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: August 10, 1945
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Volume ID: VID04927
Source Institution: University of Florida
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. at Tiley+ Think mi* m* of JJIIBtJ| t ed Few Back lIomeJ BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH i

-( Yap Aout "Rough tt'otmtllt of Japan

r.UA, Mlndiniio, p. i. Official County Publication Established In 1877 '

2Z n'V'' At1111.. 4 ,
I read an. -tnterestinlV <** paper> article by that \OLU\U: ; SIX'l'-SI''EN; STARKE, FLOitlUA. .'IUIU"G"ST 10. 1045 NI'.MHKK'/ ': KOKTY-TUO i ,, I ,

esl terday columnist Russell Katy I ft l y a nltfU He exposes certain

;'at within Florida our country that are foAiMHns Ot warfare to President Tru- Jim WzYson's 'Ex-Sailor Held for Murder i : srvai

A General: Marshall against tbffa we are now Fighting Spirit ,
all Japan. From their s HJA, ,t*> foftaile perch in God's :1 1t.

g against own country these ma/:Sjf Advocates parrot of ChrlttA. To Face Grand Jury Monday

tianlty and of the BU>yrty\w add inhumanity of our ,
bombing Japan's cltl \; ir//>A civilians, apparently not Despite Handicaps I Venires were drawn this week I .i:

realizing that this so\ko jftifabirig shortens the war, Funeral Friday 1 petit,7
for jurors both grand and
lives fatftll! ", \ leasen somewhat the i
laves Out of all the thousands! of ml'n- For Russell Reddish who will report at the court- A' dy
of tlghtli1"/ titanic battle. ; I ;
terrific cost \ who have been wounded In the house Monday morning1 at 10 4k l

I'm frank to adtf\j\\ \f9think/ uc!, protest' present war, only two are so-cal. Wife Being Held o'clock to serve during the trial :I '.'"i'

lire the balony and <>\"t; (tau>h icople( arc "touched led "basket cases"men who of Charles Allen 22-year-old ex- !,

even worse than- are tllruplldtluua objectors. have lost all or parts of all four w: Qnr Funeral services were hold at sailor and confessed murderer. i '

t limbs. } XL the graveside (Friday afternooi Held for the slaying of C. II. !',
i K In Dyal Cemetery for HutiselRedOlHh ii
1 talked to some ty kh0 fellows last night to One of these men lost his limbs Montgomery wealthy Grove City.
I of Raifonl, who
r.I ( wn
]In combat on Okinawa. The Pa., lumberman Allen will go on J''
tee what they think B\fi\\\ tfrese uninspiring human- other-Pfc.t James Wilson, 21- killed shortly after 9 p. m., Wednesday !. trtiil here next week at a speclnl

tarlano( who 'would \ Q11yUtge. .( ) American lives for year-old son of :Mrs. Fred C, i August, 1. 11. H. Rawles, term of circuit court presided t ,'f

f those of Jap civilians. /\t A tj the Gl feellnes were nosympathetic Lanier Route 2, Box 95 Starke- I High SpringWilliam; Wilson over by Judge A. Z, Adklnn. ; r
shall see. I I II Ralford; Jf L. Moody, LaCrosse; '
as you lost his hands, wrists and portions According to Allen's statement '
;'y George Buckhout-the' j lA I sl llent-was up to seem of his forearms and hot I I II William Moody Palatka:; amPercy to officers he killed Montgomery\ '

sergeant the DlvlKlon's Ordnance ComkJ! >,"VH0 is a Dobbs Ferry, legs below the knees as the resul I I Moody Pnlatka.! were In. while the two men were driving } ,
charge of the services Interment
and is anxious to get back UyV *vlh) the least practlcabl of a plane crash in Vermont las was under the direction of through Bradford County earlyIn

"son of these total war oV fclta/ he sya, "They ought October. DeWitt C. J<'Iles. May. The body of Montgomery '

Speaking over here one time Jus'bfa{. tints. War Is ]ichumajat ; "But he Isn't a bit downhearted Mr. Reddish was born at Hell was found later under a ryib
,',' said his stepfather, Fred bridge near St. Augustine Allen ,
matter how you kill of AV"U.-/ kill so long as it 1 Is' > bronn Spring June 9, 1900 ,line
arrested InVe Palm
does Lanier, when visited Telegraph was 8 t
by a
\ JS I think{ had been living at Halforil for
cUr !
nemy. and the entire Japanese n\|/yh:: enemy. reporter Tuesday afternooiat Bench having In his possession '
nov* tjt. We dominate the Jap five years, Ho was employed aia .
hould start using poison gas his farm home between Hell articles belonging to Montgomery,

seas and skies, for gas would reo\jV\ fc\* (ten the war and save bronn Springs and Lawtey. "He< civil engineer lit Camp Blanding It Is notexpected that the actual .
and was a member of the Baptist -
lives perhaps even our owiyNSfrKcant can write letters with his artlfl l trial will\ start until the '
John Tokarz", a Pole fr\/V/ \..V-.t Warren, MUM., In clal hands, and they're cheerfu Surviving are his parent, Mr\ middle of the week aa the mat '

BunilV personnel! clerk. lie marrlfltd A .loJ\l'town girt on a letters too," Mr. Lanier added, ttf"t i And Mrs. Drew Reddish. Hell. ter will be presented to the grand t

iilay i>axH three months before v J JVWP( ,)\' '(" ". "Why," The boy's mother Mary: Lanier, bronn:, one son Lien" arr, 6 years Jury for Investigation on Monday

apil, referring to total war obje
If they sympathize wlttt kMe tf"p" HO much?" visiting relatives In Georgia.The Kulford, and Bill P. D.. and consumed In selecting a jury ,
in Japan .
Ed Rohloff (Roll-off), whose A\\\'l/y. Wlnn. farm Is growing case of Ffc Wilson received Hwrge Reddish Hellbronn; two
widespread( publicity this wee) sisters Mrs. Enoch Kelly and Rotary ProjectsFor
weeds during his sojourn to: Jbrs'1 is everything
and when metropolitan 1 dallies
steward over ]In Headquaf \-J tAjnj>anj'. "Those p@oplebe the carried Mrs Mary Norman Hellbronn New Year
latrine throughout country
o ., His wife Mrs Dolly Dowling
crazy," he exploded when he f.t Aea.fd about total wan an Associated Press story relating I //gyp Reddish, Is being held without Outlined Wednesday b

tor[ !. "They ought to be put In tl\/\ \*rAYlnll/ sent over hen how the courageous young mat r sail on a first degree murder

hi the Japs, and I'll bet they'd \/
living among fighting Gla for a \\/l\ifc.:. \ It would be like the Hospital, Atlantic City. N. J., before Lake Butler.!! 21 Rotary projects> during

that occurred when we were \foj\t\ 4t VVadke-Sarmi, New Christmas and is eagerly awaiting I According to officials, Mrs. the ID-15.46 year was presented i "

nt ')utflt was attacking ROC(VA f'oliit where Japs were the day when he takes ,--..,M t Reddish nhot her husband follow- at the regular luncheon, meeting
a. taking a heavy toll Ci tf:< ( (/nfa-htrymen. One sol- over a Job that has been offered |<-COUKAGKOl; SOLDIER:-Pfc. James Wilson 20 of Starke Fla., ng a family argument In the rear Wednesday by.;. L. Matthews,

up in caves his flame th\/V wind made cinders out him by an artificial limb comm sole survivor of a bomber crash into a Vermont mountain last October of their home. Death Is believed mmldent. of the club. The plan.
wiggled forward with / \ pany in Minnesota (nine others were killed) has lost parts of all his limbs but plans to .o have been Instantaneous. An i adopted by the Alma anti Objects

hole full of Japan A newspaper of\ -AII"\\>ndent came crawling Still In his work clothes, havng go to Minnesota soon to work In helping other servicemen who have nqueat wan held Friday In Lake Committee la represented' graph-

forwards and was horrified. 'Yo'. ,.,, \nkldr.'t kill them 'that Just arrived home from his lost their limbs in World War II. Mina Betty Koslovskl, 20, North I \huller and after examining wit- cally by a large Rotary wheel .

he objected t> the flame thrower'; Qpeator.j'! The weary sol steam crane job at the St. Johns WUbraham, Mass., who met the flier last September over a sundae laid leases, Stale Attorney T. K.; Irawn. without cogs. For each .

indignant told, him: "You're a dB.011 */>!. If you ever cross Shipyard In J a c ksonvllle, Mr. she was "amazed" at hU courage., Duncan filed an Information project completed during the year < r .

ath again I'll give you ia, dose 0 \ jAlAue medicine: The Lanier late Tuesday afternoon recalled I charging Mrs. Reddish with first a cog will be added until at the

writer beat a hasty retreat. J1J.y\ \\lt} I tnat newspaperman I that night last October turned to her home here she I thickly wooded mountain side. By : Ifgrea murder without rucom- end of the year It !Is hoped the
that time Wilson's arms and legswere !!
at home \\fet dM\'t know what' the : when the message arrived that did not know that amputation of nendatlon of bull. wheel may be shown complete. jf
misled mercy groups frozovThen
of all limbs would be
James was missing ha a plane parts J. C. Hoover, chairman of the
Is." long overdue at its destination. began the long fight by Miss Spanner Leaves Attendance Committee gave artwti'ste r
Master Sergeant( Clifton Belk, l( V'u'iRe' t. Ala. boy, Ih 1041 had just moved from Jack- sary.Pictured above with Ifc WllsoA Army doctors to save the young; and stat-
They of requirements
(>un to get home Just like the 1eAf "", anal believes the sonville to their Bradford County Is his girl! friend Miss Betty soldier's life. From Westover he For New Post ; xl that his committee will en- 4
He'rf \.I"\ Clerk) In G-3 (plans Koalovskl of Mass., was removed to the Atlantic City 1
the the sooner home. Mrs.l'athel'lne' Springfield
rter war
farm home purchased from Succcsso' A''"rives <:!""''rl.IoJJif"n.;:; ...1: +lldV\le.a: .bnvoi
.training) pectksn'of0Dlxio ,lfeadd\'/' "r*. lie summed up Epo n h 11 1 K; ".ftcl 'a Who first disclosed the story of hospital where'surgeons' amputated i W> percent ,average!, tor the ;I' i ;'

opinion of ''tnta wllr' obJectors( by'-V V/Vift./ ; "Tlie'Vnru' better Starke taxi driver had driven all the courage with which he Is facing his fingers and parts of both The latest change In personnel rear 1 {jl r

'k up on those bird and nee just if.y,' pullliig for." night, trying to locate them. the future. She met him last feet.found A that few further weeks later amputations It was! at the Slarka USO came thiscock I-J. I K. Perryman, chairman of J m..
that special the surprise September- than a month Miss Celia Israel ar-
has "You can imagine when
fc John Glaze is a Yank 'from Babkbtt, Arid would be and! surgeons he Membership Committee saidhat
: that only the BostonIans have. \ke!,\/ l i our MP Company. and shock that it was to his Before crashed he was into Injured\ the In side the of H24that a ,'emovedVlson'I necessary\ hands, wrist Ived to take the place of Miss !. It U not the duty of hid cornnittee :
said. "Shetdn't Jewish Welfaretoard
.'' fy: trlotlc, for evidently nother Mr. Lanier 5r4i l tan Spanner to propose new members
!inks total war objectors )/ Vermont mountain. and portions of his forearms Club. I F'
that he the
know was worker at
dot want the war to end as soOy: fa. jVUmanjy J possible, for even The last time he was Wilson, a turret gunner, was! both legs below the knees. alt Is the general belief but of to ,

I the enemy quickly you must strike fy pip htfart. I would look lying.home on furlough he pinned his the: only member of the crew left In spite of all this, Jim Is still nantic. nvextlgate .the new qualifications members after .
the proposed
selfish motive within this group" wings Inside his pocket so she alive. When thirst became over. hjs cheerful self. Betty, lerlence In teaching, both df chil- have been submitted w?

rgeant Gerard "Jerry" Hasenauer'\ iritArAet9 are all In Roch- vouldn't know. He didn't want powering, he managed to crawl visited him recently, told AP reporters Iren and of adults. A hearty heir names member of the club may

t/k/ ,' frenchman, spent I out of the plane. In spite of Ills that she was "amazed at out to her and Any hlassification
N. T., he says. He speaks Frenc\ \ her to worry. welcome Is going I impose a name If the man'n I

g; time: In France before the war, ..jM b Oa him it looks saying that the drink. Cnce outside, however he aunlty are invited to come In to
hman with his bald head and larVI \f*&- I telegram came unable to crawl back in the years ago Wilson was employedas I ymao stated.In .
Divisionant found and was her.
had been
commando of the /vjffcVfiW In the vrecked plane the St. meet "First name quiz" to see
though. He's a t/ and lay in the snow for a messenger boy at a
q\J\I\ V ()ia/ you'll agree that James was the sole survivor plane Miss Spanner who has been member could give the
General's office.' He believes, { a I 44 hours before a group of Boy Johns shipyard which
Lanier a
on thine enemys" out of a crew of ten. Mrs. hopes! that the seated here for almost a year lost first names or nicknames of
[the hot, fanatical! attitude of the "h\,\ ftrcy the hospital Scouts, suspecting a crash from Ills stepfather to the '
soldiers and eft Immediately will be able to : and a half, Is reporting members four -tied for
would be considerably cooled oft ''V" rlcan Air Field Masaahusetta hearing the plane obviously in young veteran In New York City ther I
''VI" Concentration camps at Westover the town, discovered come home for a visit before go- ; national office Irst place: K. K. Ferryman. N.
trouble over
tins ,
liberated from Japanese prlscc "' where James, was first pass for reassignment. She wishes at and W. 1
< to work !In Minnesota. iternberg, Joe Wilson
terrifying a Ing
1 a Philippines would tour the country N-d Ml their onflned. At the time she re- the wreckage high on his time to say farewell to the T. Clute. When straws were then '

fences at the hands of the unChristlt&J inhuman Nipponese many friends In Starke and say" I drawn to see who would win the I

ers." Finds Three-Day Wait that she will gee them again I In the
Officially Sgt. DuBose I free lunch", Mr. Clute was 4
chair It's an en- Family the future since she hopes to 1
It's one thing to criticize from th\ bit's ; Has Little Effect lucky man. 1I
'ly different thing to criticize from Pd IM. pot.! Anybody Notified Of Death Gum Useful In make her home In Florida. I

"t to trade places? I know a lot; ot. tft l/i/ >Aover here who'ill Of Pfc Edwin Lott Tilt With GermansGI On Marriages HereThe Despite staff the at changes the Starke In profoseional usa Parks Home Sold ; '

boat love to be the outfclde loAlJ>i a while JI'
on /VV'o..I'- Lott of ingenuity and a bit of chew recently passed law which recently, very Interesting program To Be Rooming tt
Mrs. W R. .
y - Mr. and wait for )! activities have been taking '
3-day app
C. Du- requires a
Entitled received official notifica- Ing gum won Sgt. Elmer The monthly Army Wives House And Tea Room ,
unty Officials Vete k a Starke Department Bose of the 05th (Victory) Infantry 'cants before the Issuance of i i a place. !social gesture to
tion from the War has had, ]lttlieffect Tea, a special II. of Atlanta nGa.
To Jabs Medal marriage license Mrs. Junle
I Participateension O,4 Pfc the Bronze Star Blanding wives wa JJ
their son, new
that of
Wednesday purchased the home t
issued here has
the number Fo
Blanding Inaction He Is the son of Lacy DuBose I I on held last Friday afternoon.
SetUpthe At. C\'Mr' John Edwin Lott was! killed Mrs Since Camp Blending, most ot' the Miss Mildred liar UiW." U. Parks at 312 North
and the late program
of High Springs and will operate arooming
Foml 'VII1t JD j>art!nent em t onuary .Tan- I I licenses Issued here are for rlngton presented several vocal Walnut St. '
the former Mill 'the and tea room at. ;
regular meeting of they DuBose who was house
ployes \V( 'It! service will be assured -as." 1945. from other states when solos) while Miss Margaret An r
Du persons location.
Commissioners Monday tlltut'n of their former They had previously May Shaw of Brooker. Sgt. Young presided at the piano during this
: C1 tjte and reared In they have always had waIting; clever Mrs. Avery is a well-known \
ng A
taxpayers' objections to posldtiON. '01' cone of equal been noti- Bose was born the afternoon. t.
"- Policy: I periods so the applicants already written by Mrs W A. McAIUte rcstauranteur, having at various
assessed Army County.
their to Bradford
on propwere status bRagfding\ fied that their
the dining room
life at t.heUSO times' managed .
Chicago it.Beginning and which
In expected
i heard and settled. A recently gsyibJbined Personnel son was missingIn Now enjoying a 30-day by Mrs. Art.hurflhllW Ira the Chlpola Hotel, Marlanna;

f'Prospective Jurors for the Camp >p.lydfn Civilian action. No lough with his wife and twO October 1, a physical wait given Arnold Wolven Mrs the famous, Coffee Shop in the
announced Mrs. .J\
t<< special term of court was officer Plot', ,Alex. Dlckson. further d e t alls daughters in St. Petersburg Sgt. examination: will be required of Rocco, Renaldy Mrs. Al Dumler Avalon Hotel Orlando; and the

red. tJ1'Week./ were given, butIt cited for, "heroic applicants. No plans for taking Willis Whltlock, Mrs. Douglas .dining room at the Bay Hotel, "
"All t MAr employes of Cam stated DuBose was care of this requirement In thIs Mrs.
was City.
LJddon Panama
n+ decided to left to enter service achievement in connection with have yet been formed McMillon, Mrs. James
make deduc- BlandlniL W4po county as
that a Paul I'arks home will Ii i ihenceforth
hundreds the Mrs. Charles Cohen The former ,
trm counted In operations against ;
the salaries a ttkvtrd follow military
and would Ell
wages Gerhardt be known as Avery
or aifa I. 1945 in the Johnson and Mrs.
I the same Jan. ,
county officials and em- 11'11 I ,heave return" Major r Pfc Lott joined enemy on of Saarla.uternRoden.Germany. ,. Unemployment HereIs weln. Inn and the tea room will be open
I for the equal job their I the Army In vicinity Vesper Service Saturday. A quiet
retirement fund NonExistentUnemployment At Sunday's for guests
Dickson "1f'J.>' 1941 and
will em-
June Harmon >
Chaplain atmosphere
Provides for the retire- closed since the I rifle grenade blanks and Sunset Sing homelike
ot county officials Tf a Pk hoe left, U I. received his "Lacking squad's building was! In at or near Moore of Camp Blending phaslzed J, with no beer served and i
upon Employe when
\ aA
reaching the ace of 60. former /ty\j ot the civlliarpersonney training I at 'beset with Nazi panzer fire. Sgt the vanishing point In Bradford gave an Interesting talk concernIng v> Jook organs in operating ,
:, will be 4, P dll'Y Tennessee and released service In the South Pacific Mrs. to i
new act and when the A. tteer ot the nearest camps in Alabama DuBose cleverly Improvised several County according to figures his Accompanying Avery

11011I are fully explained by ( A job( tot the veteranIf Arizona. He was selected to attend by removing the projectilesfrom by Chairman Carl B. Smithof aa a paratrooper. Sgt. How Starke Is her mother Mrs. Hattie
to tJ
State post Industrial Commission. was the songleadei who will assist her in
Comptroller any emmeet '\ ASTP school In Californiaand rifle ammuiitlon and packing the Florida ard Berger itathcock,
may withdraw If he wishes he preference them with chewing gum for the Sunset Sing. the operation of the Inn. Both .
being given six months
Board Will Veter91, bFe. formerly Illinois and spent using his handmade ,. No claims for unemployment On Tuesday the staff of the Mrs. Avery and her mother are

t t11, at 2 P. m. for Saturday thepur- 1\ H\jftetg
of adopting a bUdget for the employe, ,> ,Winp average of five Army discontinued the program.He grenade fire that three Germans ,. of Bradford County during eon In honor of Miss Spannerand cooperation they have received t 01!I
Year DIckson Aft; An 23 to 28 Chair- her with a hand. have met in {
Which' position wf'e. the week of July presented from' the people they
begins October WK. not former em then sent to Camp Gru- manning a panzer .1 '
5 veterans! |\ was This would Indicate of remembrance.
and occupying Smith said. some gift Starke.
ands hired at and six more man
September 30 iestroyed
ployes \lAoW!, being OkJa., and left for overseas covered
number her : nearby emplacement were forced that all eligible It Is understood that the purchase a
Camp 20MI/\ and the November 1944. a county In searchof Teachers ApprovedThe
' duty In to surrender. workers in this price of the property was
la increAjVj to Camp had found them and were
tM commun Sgt. DuBoee reported Jobs $9.000.00
Omitted XVn 'of this -
Some to rejoin moat Important Item of
WorkingThere working.
Bland- several days ago
Cemetery Blanding
d at
ity whoAfr\ #W ploy division for deploymento ; In order to apply for unemploy nislnesa before the School Hoard 4
of his Chief Of Police .
It 'Na8 sickness, on the Lag and Uty fchlt to enter though will be a cemetery work- the Pacific. ment compensation the claimant at its regular meeting Monday For

l necessary to omit do not \\jQ\ e*stAa4 that for and accept any the approval of several '
llema less a at the New River Baptist must apply was To the voters of the City of
or Ing *
"ek These the Blanding \f& more suitable job that Is open. :teacher recommendations which (
appear pert will stIlI i be Thursday August 16. CouncilLevy Starke: .
out WIll temporal jI1;A they Church For City lad been made to the board. Mrs. '
t+aue. the War grounds.-R. H. to announce that I ama q
the wish
\ from on I
emitted VA job Dinner Doris West Rouse was approved
A. Canova announced ye* For City ClerkCity for the office of
their return. Jr. with candidate }
t Departing ftpbn Green 'or Bradford High School '
tiBpgER: AVAILABLE .erday that he wit be a candidateor Chief of Police for the city of 1
'4 For City CouncilPaul to Clerk Carl Johns! announcd )Vtrs. Eloise Cowan aa primary :
City Council subject election on
the City' subject to
r or Starke has a eased i that he would be a teacher at New River. Mrs. Essiero Starke. nji j II
Frank\f4\ held next
and be yesterday
to and
vote support
,iIJt x111 be glad to mow L. Bridges announced yesterday he election for re-election to this : "by as Graham teacher and Sept. 3. Your
In served candidate
has I
the city at a minimum / food popular he I 18 a candidate for nonth. Mr. Canova Iris as Hellbronn will be appreciated. i
0( $2 FrankV frv that several'ears ,office which he has held for the Urs. Crosby lIolueDdort.Tell .
Council previously -B C.
the the
the Citotlfall U an hour.Clt local rest! Wtl 18 closed for the the City Council. subject to on ?ant several years. eacher, also being approved. :

Y Cluncll; .-Signs by month o\A/u U. It will reopen September city election. ago.
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-- I 10f Hellbronn Springs were visit- children of Ft. Myers are visiting and Helen

Ai THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH ing Mr, and Mrs. G. W. Andrews Mr. and Mrs R. .t. Turner and Havoc, Gall Patrick Walker,,ki\ ,

.1j Sunday. family and many
I t ) O .1 I others,
rW I Dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Renf roe I cerns Monty grew 1!'he W l,
Established 1877
. O. F. Tomlinaui. Sunday were and BOO Samuel of Vanderbilt medIately after hoop
EL L. Matthew ___.___ Editor and Owner :"I ?7\'r:;'} 1 1l Mrs, H. L. Turner of Jacksonvilleand were visiting Mr, and :Mrs. M. L. i charge from the his ,

{ [ Mr. and Mrs. Tom Edwards Johns and family Monday. he has Inherited army,
!' Jl Mr, and Mrs. B. F, Renfroe are from a Valt
of Brooker. an
Published Werkly on Friday and Entered a* Second Clam Blatter i eccentric
at the Pont Office at Starke, Florida. !! fi.1' Mr. and Mrs. C. E, Andrews, I spending their summer vacation America, But 1'Iere'unclt f
;,a "., ;, .w < Mr. and Mrs. Q. W. Andrews andE. with friends and relatives in attached to lua, '
',. ""i: 'q J.LHARRELU" fJI M. Johns attended the funeral South Florida. uncle left a clause good luc
k Simple ,Precautions Can Curb by; : I of Russell Reddish at Dyal Cemetery Monty mUst spend In hll

I Friday afternoon Humphry BogartIn dollars na, In CJ'.e
AND TilE LAWTEY NEWSOur *.*-. e_*. .'11."..._.. IP_. _A. Sann. were.. ..fnr. .h4, ___ ,two. month
Infantile Aa.t stul > 0'.r -- ------ "IOn
Paralysis Spread Inllertt
old friend Neill Rhodes, a bit we see that nature has in Jacksonville Saturday. Florida Film ng seven million the

assistant commisloner of agriculture equipped much of tlte animal Chief Petty Officer and Mrs. that this would Hia b!
Playing Sunday and Monday at
:' to Hubert Rouse and family of wiser about lllake
writes some good stuff klrgdom with Implements !
Although the term "infantile paralysis" ''strikes terror for the marketing bulletin and I scratch. The yard rake, the field Tampa have been visiting Mr. the Florida Theatre will be"Conflict" I One amusing Iituation the

his recent article the harrow-bet some fellow ,thought and Mrs H. I Johns, Mr. and starring Humphrey I
>into the hearts of parents, each summer, the chances of chil- enjoyed on Bogart and Alexis 'Smith with another with sUch
subject of "iieratchlng" so much of the first of such common farm Mrs. L. L. Johns and family, and atoau
dren becoming infected with this .ndread disease are exceed- Rose Hobart Sydney Greenstreet, ntss that It
that I want to pass it on to the Implements after a genuine good Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Johns and leaves the a
ingly remote. readers of Uncle Joe's Jaw. I scratching of himself family, and also other relatives. Charles Drake and others. It is fairly weak from laugh

While more than 60,000 persons in the United States die know if you've ever been a kid "Starting from scratch" is an CPO Rouse has been 'in service a spine-tingling story and of murderin <

each of tuberculosis and than of In the country or ever hung expression often employed to tell 18 years, most of this time being an entirely new unusual II . just
year more 150,000, cancer I way. A husband, played by Bogart likenit
arouiid a turpentine camp like I about somebody having the nerve spent out of the States He has
.' ,, the total number of infantile cases reported in any one year have you will know just what to begin a business venture on taken part in five Invasions He I murders his wife, played by used to

'? is Jess than 10,000 according to an article in the August Neill is talking about when he less financial foundation even is remembered here as the nephewof Rose Hobart, because! of his love

,,1 issue of Good Housekeeping magazine. opines as follows: than a shoestring. H. L. and L,. L. Johns and the for her young sister* Alexis
Smith. But Is the
so carefully
late Mrs. Ida Rouse.
of the
i And this total could be substantially reduced if parents Suppose you had never seen There is one place Oil.the back This son is the first time he has been murder accomplished and so artfully .

would take cognizance of a few fundamental facts set forth printed or heard spoken the word that I cannot reach with either home in 17 years. is a trap laid for him by an LAPPCan
hand left, under
right or over or
} : in the article which states in part "scratch", starting off with three Mrs.. : Eva demons and daughter eminent psychiatrist, portrayed in
: the shoulder, standing or sitting,
...... .- consonants and ending with three of Brooker were dinner guests the film by Greenstreet, that the
,,Hen lymiJiumn put the<, and whenever I am tortured with ,
appear tied together with just one vowelto Roy Tomllnson I I Criminal I begins to doubt the fact
of Mr. and Mrs.
r1 j patient to bed and isolate him At "Teach children the importanceof only the mildest kind of itching, his wife's death.Playilg' .
make the word wouldn't it
I lonce. Call a. doctor clean that very spot is host for the Sunday. 10f
a water, clean food clean
.N look a little foreign If set off all Miss Cozette Sapp spent Wednesday Tuesday, Wednesday
,t "Doctors recommend that occasion. Of course, out in the
wit parents milk and above all, clean hands to Itself? But as we freely use night with her parents, and Thursday will be "Brewster'sMillions"
i avoid removal of tonsils and woods we can do wonders by
when and the word It 1 Is American enough, with Dennis O'Keefe
eating drinking. Keep Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Sapp.
f adenoids when infantile paralysis backing against a tree, and rub- ,
{ y I Is I prevalent in the community. food away from flies. They have especially when it couples up bing to our heart's content in a Avery Johns of Tampa is visiting -

! "The virus of Infantile paraly- been shown to carry the virus. I memories of blackberry pickingsand sort of peach-orchard pig style, Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Jobs

M, ale is widespread in sewage and "The infantile paralysis virus is the redbug attacks that were but In the city the problem is this week, tore
common to them. And the fellow Use
L. Andrews Satur- pi
.Mary spent
polluted water. Practice cleanliness. widespread, but only a minimum who has survived ground itch more difficult and private. In >> pwos.
with Betfe Par-
I Avoid crowded swimming pools number of those exposed are Infected the five-and-ten though one dayI
and bathing beaches or "creeping eruption" without Chinese back scratcher rlsh. of Santa Fe. WHITE TIMBER
t : during outbreaks Less than half of those Infected "There t ain't spotted a mrv DEPT
scratching just; no
Those attending the housewarming -
of Infantile able to reach
paralysis. with which I was
1 are paralysed.v* Container .
such animal. Corp'n. of America Flai
that otherwise inaccessible spot. of Mrs. Susie Andrews Fernandina

._. .. .. Back In rural school davs In ...__.,_...... ____,. .,t _. *...!_AMA.I.... nt Stark. Saturday afternoon
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VVUUUCaaul I'OUl'o: .u.w" v..II''' '
cold wintry weather the-r; was Scratchovitch might sound( like were Mrs M.: F. Wiggins and

Y The World Moves . the red-flannel and woolen underwear the 'name of a foreign orchestra Mrs. W. R. Andrews. A large ,

scratch in a class by itself, leader ,or diplomat but splittingup number of people from other NEWLY{ REDECORATEDMIIJLIGAN'S
Ir So Does O. O. A. when sometimes a youngster un-i the word Into scratch and places were present and Mrs. .
consciously struggling to 'relieve Andrews received useful
itch, they are common enough
If You Don't Like Your Present Location the scratch urge, would be as and are good old American words gifts. ,
,v Let Us !Move Your House agile and almost as fast with Reddish Andrews was visiting 1 ril

either or both hands as a monkey Drew Reddish of Hellbronn Friday

FREE ESTIMATES ANYWHERE scratching fleas a - morning.Mrs. ,......
Before the scratch, of course, i- on.New S. G. Stephenson and ENJOY YOUR

See Den F. Hall, Starke comes the itching, and so many RiverBy daughter, Ethel, of Tampa are AND HAMBI/11R
conditions can produce that irri- visitb-g Mr. and Mrs. M L. Johns .
i or Orman O. Annie General Contractor tatlni., For Instance, too much The and family this week .11II
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Box 402, Phone 1801 4 -
;, tttap'' ,i Gainesville Fla. fresh beef sometimes will causea Mrs. Rosa Pinholster of Brook
kind of rash to pop Cut. and er spent the weekend with Mr.
The revival at the Baptist DtMS'jyS

-too. much of that I .Invariably- ate. -'hiiff----fH_A' 4_1/\a0rf__..__ _Si lIn".v___._. wire...... n-. and_.. Mrs, M. F. Wiggins.We . .
The family was due to( leave new are very sony that Mr. I - -',.'."
basket dinner. One member, ? In
early the next day to visit and Mrs. Reddish Andrews are The Cleanest
Homemade Chili Hot Frank L. Tomlinson, was received
f Dogs Sandwiches. friends, and I had been told Into the church. Everyone enJoyed on the sick list this week. ** Spot in Town
t "they have a little girl, prettyas Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Johns and 1
'l t Our the week's meeting and
Specialty. . a speckled pup". For supper children and Mrs. C. P. Cowen
there was a good attendance each '
the night before, my mother accompanied by Mrs. S.' G. CALL STREET AT THE RAILROAD
night. Baptism was held Sunday
3 TilE HOME: cooked the largest, juiciest piece afternoci-j at 4 o'clock. Out-of- Stephenson and daughter, Ethel
of beef ever, and its aroma oozing of Tampa were visiting M. L.
OF HOME COOKINGerry's town visitors were Mr and Mrs,
r \ out under the pot lid had so Jorrs, Jr. in Hope Haven Hos-
Carl Ward, Mr. and Mrs. Guy
tantalized me all afternoon I pital in Jacksonville
CAM Sunday -
Plnholster and daughter Vivian,
J couldn't resist over-Indulgence. and Mr. and Mrs. McCormick of M. L., Jr. is doing fine ICE COLD WATERMELONS
Everything was O.K. till next Jacksonville. and we hope he will be home
morni'g.! I had carefully soon '
Mrs Della Thomas and son
on the new suit for the occasion, Gus, of Jacksonville were visitingMr. Lavon Andrews, USN, and Miss Cantaloupes

a tie rather noisy In color, patent and Mrs. Reddish Andrewsand Madge Phinley of Williston were
CALL STREET leather shoes and all that, whena family over the weekend. visiting Mr. and Mrs. M F. Wiggins

NEXT noon TO WIISTKKN: UNION slight ticklish Itchy feeling We and Mrs. Roy Brownlrg! Saturday afternoon. fwl'

-- ...- .. started on my'' upper lip, freshly and children, Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Mr. and Mrs. Buddie Pattersonof } .e.
1 f + f't ---= - -- de-fuzzed for the trip, So the lip Boy a kin, and Mrs, Nathan : Lake City and Mrs. Monkusand '}

,t, Adnrliunrnlyti I scratched, and then it really Tillla of Trilby, were visiting daughter Imogene of Atlanta Peaches
t tt Itched as the harder. I scratched. friends and relatives last week. Ca, were visiting Mr. and Mrs.
ti M From where I Other parts of face M L. Johns and family Friday.
sit.. Gy Joe MarshHerb's my began Mr. and Mrs. Martha LInde- Mr. and Mrs. Riley Wilkes and
acting up the same way, and soon myer of Parrish is visiting Mr.

4 j whelps and bumps came out.. and Mrs. 0, 'F. Tomlinson. Complete Line of Fresh
They kept itching and I kept on. ,v
Gus Thomas and Ervin An- MALARIAChecked
Fruits &
scratching till I had Ubangi lips, drews Vegetables.DICANDIO'S
i joyed a fishing trip at
a a mumpish looking jaw and very Sampson Lake Saturday.Mrs. In 7 Days With .

{' 1 tSTiflil" Great Little Wife swells limited that vision had out all but between closed my the I was visiting. T, Chesser Mr. and of Mrs.LaCrosse J. H. LIQUID MALARIALSYMPTOMS for CURB MARKS

i iran W' eyes Even bumble bees wouldn't McNeal last week. 666 G
4R&M*.''RiiAJT V k i""i ,"" ..__.L.-"u'_ ,.u-. .. .. 0 have had the heart to do it. "A Drew Call at Cherry Street
&: Reddish and grandsons Take .
'VC'l".1I/UUY auung hIs only direct
I auntsi.Q uiut/y osiies, majrue-sum first class case of nettle rash .
.y, ; what a grand job Herb Helm Is makes allowances
hi keeps smiling they told me.. Thus I landed at
t doing at the war plant. Not just brings him a restful glass.. the girl's home, far from being

""r one shift,but two a day-to help of beer, and makes enough conversation equal to any romantic endeavor.

___ (i .1 build the war materials our men for them both. Next Come
a farm chap experiencing on Have
ki[ need. over Coca-Cola
I morning, Herb goes to work refreshed his first misery with redbug . a
Vt Good for Herb!Bat Td lit '
; to and cheerful coverage ask his dad, "What to
; ray a word for Mary, lIerbFrom where X fit, women like do for 'em, pop?" and the reply,

wife. She runs the house, cooks) Mary Helm are doing a great "Scratch 'em, boy, that's what .

the mew, takes care of the cbUwar Job themselves<..being tolerant yore fingernails Is fer!" r
: A dren, and works on salvage and kind to husbands who Scratching goes on. Ever see a ;! rg

tr: e'1 j drives and bundles for the Red are working under. heavy war wild turkey work on a dead pine

a Cross. Believe me, that's tiring time strain. Bully for them cone? Without a scratch what work for any woman! would the hen do? The birds

$t Yet when Herb comes home- c90e1.1 that scratch for much of their ,

1 too tired to talk or watch where living, Fldo who scratches out a 1 Y R 'r r
cool hole in the ground in whichto rI

lie In summer-time, and the .
_ C"PjrlgM,194$, United State Breunrt Foundation old tomcat that scratches Fldo's ". 1 u r -
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LongEr By play together. The families know each other. That's

,; Letting Us Give You Certified Lubrication and vegtables. your

/ ": Washing Polishing Waxing A good supply of American neighborhood.At the words Have a Coke, they like to get '

shortening together for a friendly chat and
refreshment. That's
one reason '
Standard Oil Products why
Tendei Beef Roast,

a, QUICK COURTEOUS SERVICECARDEN'S Stew and Delicious you find Coca-Cola in so many family refrigerators, everywhere.

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fi- fVINIf Ala and, to be with him a few days Mt. We nearly nil cry but I am- eyes! when they tousle a young.liter's -. "-- I
vN'S due to duties
my at home
I proud to
nay that no one ever hair, knowing that he will
felt every day that I should re- SAW me cry. One GI wife told never know his father.. Prompt Service Careful

nun side of the news, the side that turn, but he begged me to stay me, "I couldn't stand It. We have We must remember that there

IS1 BID' comes close to the human heart.I until the day came when he no been! married for eight years are others who know the sam! Crven I

on the streets fB have read of all the horror of longer said. "Stay till tomorrow." We've! been! together! so much I grief as we.Ve are not alone STARKE TAXI

fief day continuous par- the concentration: : camps. I have It was with a sick heart that couldn't stand it if ho were! takE'n and we must reach- out and 1 try

:hl'Te a kinds of read of the men's personal stories Monday that I watched the troop from me." I told her! in return, to comfort one another. Wemus' a>JMACK'S

ArmY ..wIves AUU. and what they have seen, becauseto trains pull into Rucker from near "Everyone thinks his grief Is the do all we can to hurry their!
walks of life me they the my temporary residence greatest. You think it j
from carry main messages to hear would hurt homecoming must all face
make this home, IfwWle No, I am not sadistic be- the distant playing of the band you because you've boon togetherso the probability that they may return TAXI SERVICE

,11! short t cause I read of cruel happenings.. and know that with every beat much, when I feel that If I changed or wounded or that

a are those who I like to know what Is going on. of the drum there was a man had had just a little more timeIt they may not return at all. Phone 150 j!

ps there much about I like to build up my hatred for boarding the train many that wouldn't, have been so bad." If mine does not come back I
write too ale the and would not back You see, husband 0 Day 0 NightHere 1
war wives but warmongers their followers. come When the my and I had and( I am rot a pessimist) 1
nd theryone ls connected train backed up before pulling out only thirteen days together.I shall know that he died fighting -

today In some way and So many women--war wives- : for good, there was no laughter have known the anguish of for what was right that he died . .. ... .. ... .. . . 'd-- ... . ,. . .-It. !! i
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pervlce of Starke's popula- weep and wan "My husband is' no gaiety, Just a deadening waiting, of looking in the post aa brave and befitting- a death asa -'' '

jOrity now come from going overseas. I don't thVk: quietness 'and sadness office box for mail when tears soldier can die He will have

d wome] and they should send my husband." I watched them that Monday. came to my eyes to discover there died as he wanted to, fighting
man ItknowllUt
Veit is what It Is hard for. any of us bo give I It was said it was the 263rd' Regiment was none. I've known the heartache *I' for his country. I am not afraId it-is I

know, It Is my life. I them up. No woman would enjoy I knew the 264th came of waiting six weeks with for him. I have trust and faIthIn
teeth I on GI battens and the fact that she might be seeing I next That: meant my husband. I no mail while battles raged men- him and Cried Though I knowhe }

respect the article of a loved one for the last time, but did not want to see him go. I were cut off In the freezing cold, cannot spare them all. He will

.to time 1 learned to think of the man--the GI Joe. remember well that last goodbye. without ammunition or supplies. give them strength and guidance, *

f the partial to the Army He is having to give up home, It was four In the morning. He I had no way of knowing; mine end stand over them If they UTILITY I

i I am respect and I admire loved ones, even his own native sat beside my bed and talked very was not among them. I felt like should fall along the road to ,

3 V\'Iry! man for the part shores in order to fight. He la quietly. When I started to cry, someone had kicked me In the Victory.

in this world con- giving far more than the women he said, "Don't cry hon. I want stomach when I learned that !
playing who stay behind. I am not to remember you just as you Freddie's troopship had been dunk I !" "IIU'I IP f 01 ..... UllI>KOHIKit > _
say- _
rot vet, 1.1.0111"1 ('IIt'
who are. I did not cry; not then. I on Christmas Eve- that 218 were .
to people Ing that a wife should make I ( : v.Frank
1'e talked didn't say anything. His last killed and 538 missing I realize P. :\11I1'lin. Plaintiff, ,... Virginia BAG
seem to understand my merry just because her husband words "I'll not these things even more than most S. Martin, Defendant.. (.....
I have even had someI )JIll going across, but I do think were. say goodbye, No $O3d. r
e. : because I'm wives because some of them don't
husband coming back. I'll OliniSU OP Pl'IfLICATIOM 6 '
I did not love my a lot of them go to extremes I ANn NOTICK' TO APPHAltHTATK I
just say so long, honey." even thVJc( their husbands should
not want him in the with Their grid They want (OK FU! >Klt>A to: Vir.Inl. -
Mld shocked thatt to I can't say I didn't at all train when It is raining. I know ,.. .. S. Martin: whose address. . In631 18
were everyone know It. I cry ; INCHES LONG
They what they've nth AVI- llroolclyn, N. 1' :
that gone through as
t mind his being overseas. I never quite realized how the I laughed and was gay. I You are r iiilreil| to appear on
had one gill ask me if I didn't much as anyone cnn who has September 3, li)46) In the above
I a lot,as most of my timet wives feel until I was one of feel a tinge of resentment never had the actual experience! named Court and cause" wherein
t at home. In .having to them. I felt that it couldn't be those toward because- I've always heard them plaintiff( seeks divorce, Ttradfoid
my time alone I find aIn so hard for me because after all, mine was boys left behind To now that talk and I listen to all those livid County Telegraph' shall puhllshthis For bathing i

In my reading end writing all the women in my family have foolish gone. me It was a tales. I've heard many different- Order In next four weekly la- , : ,.
very question and the
with the numerous watched their husbands and sons and stories of soldiers suss I
I" have to perform. I seeK go off to war. I thought I could thought I cannot never occurred to me. but two stand out In my memory, Witness I at SlaiUr my, hAnd Florida.and, thin offlclnUfa August For ;
that .other because I though shopping ,
mall parts too simply was proudof 1 1945.IOKKKIAL '
e very clearly. One where the soldier
read theM him. He wanted to and I try I might, why some think It SI-AI A. J. Thomas,
mlM. So many go is not their said he, went for ninety days A a Clerk of ntd Court.
and think they have was proud of the fact that he place to fight. My with the same clothes- on. until T. Frank l.nntlrum, mark:: Florida. ,
husband says, "I've got everything Atty. for 1'lf. 8-3 4t S-2 ",
Ue news. Those stories was holding up our family tradi- rotted and fell off of 'him. i
In they '
the world to CEILING
fight In PRICE 2.30
!,, not make headlines are I tion.I He went thirsty and had to iv' (iiioiir'' orli'r. ins t11FuuU' .
one letter he spoke of the des- "- the other lad to
reveal ] Rucker
wi that gone truction of France and said, "I crawl until he found a water hole : ,
John (Ivorce RrhwclBvi, Plaintiff,
and lay his head In it because he
would be to die .. .
glad to save our v Kline;:\ KrliMla I-h'hw"ls"r. 1)"n-
country from the destruction and was too weak to hold It up and tlant. <'see No. 3 41.OHIiKH . While They Last.
FULLY EQUIPPED starvation drink The other was a young ;\ 01" PI''ATION . .
you see over here. ANI NOTICF1 TO AIM'KAH
My father says, "It Is good to boy with very old eyes. He had 8TATR OF KI.OK1DA to: Mr.
Q y The most modern and efficient equip see the children play. Though been Just below where they tried Elise;:\ Frieda la. -54. Cedar!Nchwelkrer Avenue, whose, KamiInirdale addreKg ..

ment available to the profession is used ragged starved, and barefooted, I seven times to cross the Volturno I.. 1., New York (Suffolk
River before they succeeded. He County'). PLUS 20c .
by this funeral home in maintaining'ts they play In the warm sunshine You are required to appear onAugust $1.OO
as if they had discovered a new said there was so much blood 31, 1D46, In the above camsit . ).'};(). TAX '
well known standard of Service world" shed that the river flowed red, Court and raise, wherein plaintiff '. f
seeks divorce llrndford ConnIV
I read and listen to all these. Telegraph, shall publish this
").1. I speak only my opinion and I I read again about Lidice Just Order In next four weekly issues. .
speak frankly, but I ask who hasa witness' my hand. and offleliixenl
today,"where the women and children at Slarko, Florida, this August
better right to speak than I? OI-H nr.rnun HIIOWKll
carried off In trucks 2 11145.
DEWITT C. JONES My freedom has been bought!: and were (OKFHMAn HEAL) A. J. ThomaAn .. 1 ''\' : TWO MILLION 1
while the SS troops killed every 505.1)1'1115ItH
Clerk of sold Couit.
AMBULANCE SERVICE paid for with my own family'sblood other living thing, even dogs. Walter c, llanleKty.! Paytonnleaih M'I.M I'MM'll.tKKN IV
since the days of the Civil .Klii Atty. for Plf, 01'" MTUIIKM.: 'IIIKIIIi)
Where they stripped thirty men MUST' lib) A- 1I11.IIO'll1STORES! ,
R-3 4t 8-24 ;
Funeral Director I .
War One girl said to me the
naked and made them din agrave
STARKE PHONE 7 other day, "You can stand It thirty feet long and bury r

better than I. Your family's always -I the dead, with nothing left now 71fnJ'MtljJHId-ldIiH IP
Our local funeral home enables us to been In the Army and none to show there! was ever life in $ Ii I

offer conveniences and services not' of mine ever has." I told her this village; but a ten-foot cross i

otherwise available.furnish then that It was high time some with a crown of thorns upon It. BSSBiE DUTY
of them shouldered a gun and
It builds up in me such a dire
the highest type service at the lowest prices andpt fought for the freedom they had' hatred for all those Inhuman DOLLlll1SEXPERT

ANY life insurance policy In force, issued by ANY com- been enjoying. things that have been Inflicted
Yes, it is hard for any of us to
as payment in part or In full on a funeral. Consultation upon us. It makes me feel a "- "
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but find
let them go we can for those-who are afraidto i
revulsion ,
lei no obligation comfort in mn.,y ways. The AT II LANDING 1 1i i4
fight afraid to do their partto BUS STATION
first three months are the hard- save their wives and children 9J

from 'such inhumanity and cruel-

neaa. I do not think they can i

call themselves Americans with a : I I 1 'h

; clear conscience. That's why I'm
q proud of Freddie, because he is i '

. ; ; Old mar Glory enough might to fight continue and die to wave that THE FACT IS I By GENERAL ELECTRIC I e. f,

over our free land.I V Vr Vyv
do not speak of those physic

RAILROAD ally unfit to fight, but of those

who are afraid and the wives who

feel they should, be pitied and

r spared. I don't want pity at all I
because I know Freddie's Job will WORKMANSHIPo

I be done well and that somedayI
will hear the step on the porch o
: \ ff1 r raet that will bring him back insteadof

take him away from me. WORKGUARANTEED I,
I am fortunate because know
f rIliw
? one girl whose husband was reported ,
ppppG p missing s'r.ce: the Battle ) r .

of the Bulge. I seldom see her
t because she always leaves whenI r

r = near.or any Perhaps other Army she feel wives*. come"She FINEST WATCH TO OUR olio tplt ;r"'x'n1zr! a. t; lgn '+a i '.
: will have hers home someday' andI 114. '
never will." To, these womenI ;
_______ give a salute!, they stand so WEIRD AUTO WITH 22"EYES"WAS USED TO !N'
: bravely before us, that we should

: find their courage ability to and face strength the world in TheSTAG TEST SEALED-BEAM HEADLIGHTS DEVELOPED 1 l

alone, even though at night you BY GENERAL ELECTRIC BEFORE THE WAR: I
can seem to hear their bumble
Carter Wdg.,
prayers and sobs muffled by a NOW OUR WAR PLANES HAVE SIMILAR G-E t
their ... ,
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I i" J JI SOCIETY and CLUBS Woman's CouncilThe Met Methodist MondayCircle Circles :' >>, : :

Woman's Missionary Council .

) of First Christian Church met : 1
I One of the '
at the church Thursday evening, : : , ')
Miss Lois NewsomeTo I
Rogers-Lewis Society of Christian Service met : ,
Aug. 2. for their regular business
Starke Be Cadet Nurse meeting Mrs.!! Alice Kite, president Monday afternoon at the home of 1 ,
i4* Mrs. Llllla Cannon of !l
the meeting to order. L,. S. Hutto where potted
called Mrs. /
of her ,
announces the engagement I ,
Eunice and d
Mrs. L. Newsome
daughter/ Willie Lee Lewis, to Mrs. Harry Lappe led the de- I plants and summer flowers were'
daughter, Miss Lola Newsome I )
W. G.
,J Pvt George Ropers of Boston, have Just returned from Atlanta, votirnal and Mis Smedleyled of used for decoration Mrs W J. e " .
The minutes
*' :Haas.- now stationed at Camp took In prayer. the meeting l/oic < I I
Ga. where Miss Newaome an read and Churchwell opened ,
Blandln the last meeting were i French I "
i entrance exam for admittance to ,
Roll call of memberswas with prayer. I.
Miss schools in
Lewis attended
Alachus and Pvt. Ropers In Boa- the Georgia Baptist Hospital' and responded to by each member The circle] chairman Mrs. W. ( ( "f
of Nur
School lng.
} 1.11 ton Mass and Columbia] University. saying a Bible verse and payIng B. Sewell, presided and Miss ' '

; ti He has been In service six Miss Newsome was accepted I: dues. The treasurer reported I Olive) Ray acted as secretary pro :

years. and will be a member of the I $609.31 In the building fund. The tern; and the treasurer. Mrs. .
/ J ,
L&4L The date of the wedding has Cadet Nurses Corps. She plans resignation of Mrs. Maude An- Titus Olson, read the financial I;

illt not been announced. .to continue her work aa dental drews as secretary was acceptedand report. ( )!

assistant at Camp Blandlng until Mrs. Harry Lappe was appointed Mrs. Sewell! reported that herguests /: (

t : Miss Markey To Wed Sept. 8 and begin her fltudltMi on to that position. from Frostproof, Mrs. P. :

the 15th. After that date her ad- Mrs. Louise Newman and Mrs. J. Langford and daughter gave ;

Sgt. Geilmann] dress will be: Nurses Home, 4SO Van Johns are going to place $50 for the church building! fund.

East Ave., N. E., Atlanta Ga. flowers in the church during the Mrs. Ohurchwell reported that ; :
Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Markey of
Miss Newsome says what she month of August. some much-needed plumbing] was

Brooker announce the engage- will miss most In Starke is her I The next meeting, which will being done at the parsonage; she -.- --' ( ) ;" '
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ment and approaching marriage
: church and Its many activities, be the social meet, will be held also] reported that she bad visited Take thin slices of .
41IA of theLr niece, Martha Evelyn] ,
especially her Sunday School at the home of Mrs. Van Johns Mm. Leonard F. Smith In RIver- or ready-to-serve meats. ( ) ; "
to Earl
Markey, Sergeant Phillip
M'L ] class] of Junior girls, the Training I with Mrs. Ira Moitt in charge of side Hospital and that Mrs. Smithis sandwiches. For 6 !' .
p1 Gellmaun. Union, and her many friends. the devotional.well. ]. slowly] improving. much to the 2 eggs, and add H cup \ .. ) 1 ,

.; t )? Miss Markey is the daughter Joy of her many friends.: ,
k : ; i .. ; of 1. M. Markey, Sr. and the late .
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Because of the of
,; Myrtle Raker Markey or Way- ; \
t ,,,.j4..wirt cross, Ga. She la a graduate of paper, the publishers are asking

: .; Bradford High School in the class all members of the WSCS to re- '

I of 1943. After completing] a business subscribe for the World Outlook ,,? ,

__ . course at the Massey Business this month; this publication is I , r !

; : i College in Jacksonville, Miss $1.25 per year. I, t),
Markey was employed in that Mrs. Churchwell led the devo- , '

A city for a year and a half. Nothing like a big church wedding In Cadet Nurses Training tional service, her subject being I : ; '

Sgt. Geilmann Is the son of Mr. I always say, to pep thingsup Corps, Charity Hospital, New Or. "Christianity begins at home". :. / '

c. ", Y and Mrs. H. F. Geilmann of during the dull summer leans, was "capped" In an Impressive Mrs. G. S. Newcomb reviewed the ; >>

?. Ogden. Utah. Since entering. the I months . The lovely affair at I ceremony T h u r sday program and her subject was L4 I'

servIce, he has served 22 months which Margie Patel] became a night of ]last week . This "Religious Training In the Home" .

,.. t : { .: : ;i overseas and Is now stationed at blushing bride Saturday night I means real accomplishment in her from the seventh chapter of Place Dip on sandwiches hot broiler in pan '

:. Camp Blanding. lived up to all traditions, and the work . Grace Osborne post "The Word of His Grace". The until brown, about 5 : r
_ _ f -4: : The 'wedding will be an event ladies of the Baptist Church deserve cards from Tallahassee where she circle welcomed as a new mem- with wide spatula and :

ft of Sunday, Sept. 0. at 3::30 P. M. a lot of credit for doing la taking a special training ber Mrs. Gary Ervnia, and the side. ;

_ 1 in the Brooker Baptist Church. things up in such a lovely shadeof course, preparatory for her new : circle had as a visitor Mr. Ennis'

_ _ j I brown . mother of Miami. ) .,
Following the ceremony, a reception Thelma Jennings! position as supervisor of Bradford '
.w' 'i will be held at the home of : Margie's "foster" mother, braved County schools . Evelyn During the social period the '. \ "

.. , 1,. I the bride. the sweltering August heat to Lecln (Sp. Phm. 3-c) Is In Hawaii hostess, assisted by her daughter, .

:( :. No Invitations are being sent make 200 artificial orange blossoms ] now . Sister Madeline] will en- Mrs. Shellle Hall, served Ice ,

: ,, ; 4 out, but all friends of the for the archway leading ter New York University In September cream, pound cake and cookies.At . : :

:J couple are invited. Into the church annex Truly] and heads for the big city the request of Miss* Olive : )

. I i 'twas a thing of beauty . week after next . Ray, Mrs. Hutto showed her ?

: ? Mrs. Kstelle Cardwell of Jacksonville One of those little "mishaps" that guests some of the medals be- ,

I qT Is the guest of Mrs. Barbara are always happening at wed- "hen> Thelma Jennings took stowed on her son Pfc O. P..Hut ; I

a Clute at Klngsley] Lake. dings occurred, of course, Justto son, Walter to the hospital In to, by the War Department as I

: make things complete Jax'vllla Tueadav "he was ner- tokfns of gratitude for his brave. .

r-- Seems that Mary Lawson and fectly resigned; to staying and painful, and faithful work as a'' ': :

CHIROPRACTICHEALTH May Powell left the fan on in was taking the whole thing like a soldier in Europe. At the present immediately Serve the broiled, arranged meat on .

SERVICE the church and the windows and man until they made the fatal time Ftc Hutto Is vislttlng 'his with cooked vegetables In /

doors wide open Saturday afternoon mistake of trying to put him in a parents in Starke. I This tempting meal ,
IL small amount of cooked
im. n. T.emilOl'KACTOK.. UTJlLAUT so the flowers would stay baby crib . Then things start- very quick to prepare."
fiesh for the big event that night ed popping! . He blew Mrs. W, E3. Mlddleton f
t really entertained -
. Some _______ __ __
1' well-meaning person up, as It were . He's almostsix Circle Two at her home I nn : ::
i1 came valong] later and closed now, and they've been telling on N. Walnut St., where zinnias I

: 411r t Main Street, North, everything up tight as a drum so him he was the man of the family arid marigolds] were tastefully arranged : ", .

; ... fl Gainesville, Fla when they wait down later the so long that he Just'couldii't in bowls and baskets.

1 candles were beginning to droop picture himself In a baby crib! Mrs. A. F Sauls, circle] chairman l .
and tho flowers wilt . For-
nouns: . Add new things to I
44 $ ;h 0 to 12 1:30 to ::3OL'i tunately, they came back soon about: Who's going to wonder replaceDr. ] and ,Mrs.presided W. G.over Halle the conductedthe meeting, P.'j. : I

Phone 2201Starke'a enough to prevent much damage, Irving Abrams at the health devotional service. The

and everything was! beautiful that I, clinic ? . Seems he was sud- pro- I :!
night . gram was reviewed! by Mrs. I. P. ,
. .. denly Saturday and Shepherd, who used a selection] : '
.. -. ........- _' ---: I the other staff members theredidn't from "The Word of Grace". !

V Hear' Onjlc Sewwl/ was nerving even know anVthlnff' aboutit During the business j session It
until Monday! . .7 Good to see
) :
at the Blanding Red Cross canteen was arranged that Circle Two t.L
Lucille : : J
Crosby back In the clerk's
Saturday night and the first would put flowers In the church !' :
boy to come in the place was one being off for several during the month of August ) ';
months. taking a rest . l
that ha had to school withIn
gone Mrs. Hathcock, who has recently
rtiii Leesburgl . Edna (Pearce) moved here, was welcomed as a !'
7 Hill also met a Lieutenant that Ret Ruth i; n.l jack S'anla.n new member I ,

f she had known before, so It seem- (Oak Ridge, Tenn.) were surprised :Mrs. Mlddleton] Serviceable for school \ ; i
by her .
ed kind of like old home: week to learn that the project Jack scribes the washable

. Incidentally, I understand has been working on for the past : daughter, Miss MAdge .Mlddletcn, I ,Iin gala plaid with .
served fruit
those Florida] boys turned their two years was turning out those sandwiches refreshing punch, 'blouse, shown above as ] .
and cookies
noses up at the California oranges amazing atomic bombs! . Spect 12 guests to the the August issue of ",
they tried to give them out there I Ruth will be wantln to catch the present. keeping magazine .

p1 . What bol Florida Chambers next train from Oak Ridge now

;, of Commerce-are you going to that she knows! . Hear Darby IOOF To Institute I\t'OI'FLOltlU.riHCIlT'. cOI..r..', Illl 1\
Tile stand Idly by and see California Peek an' Edgar Wilkinson have ('.:It\'.

b finest oranges served to service men been wlth'o! hailing distance of Encampment HereAn Myrtle\.lIl1e Lewis Ulma:: Defendant Lewis. ,

from a Florida canteen? .' . the Japanese coast . The big 39U
: restaurant Band Treason, I calls It! . And battleship they Inhabit got with- encampment will be Instituted ORDER OP
in Starke at the Odd Fellows ]- AND NOTICH TO
speaking of Canteen experiences, in 12 miles of Jap homeland] soil STATK OB" FiXmiDA :

bar Nina Bishop and Freddie (Wlm- the other day . A little too' hall on Sunday, August 12, Lewis. whose. residence
beginning at 1:30: m., Is Marlon, /South: Carolina.
berly) Turner almost got "wolf-- close for comfort, I'd say . p. accordingto You are required to I
ri' caught" when they Idly wandered Dink Hart (Sgt. W. H.) wants an announcement by W. P. September 10(), 1946 In I

away from the doughnut dispensary all the boys to have his address Bennett of Hampton. named plaintiff Court seeks and divorce.cause

one afternoon recently . so they can look him 'up If they All third degree Odd Fellowsare County Telegraph n h a II
SIZZLJNQSTKAK A Seems they walked farther than happen that way . 'Tis: Sgt. urged to Join this encampment lIue.this...Order In next four ::

they Intended to; it started get- W. H Hart, Co. D. 12 Ba, 3 and have their names placedon Witness my hand and :;: ::

)t ting dark, and they were suddenly Regt., Camp Adair, Oregon k the charter roll as charter rut at 61h"Stal'ke, 1916, lo'lo.'lda,
.J 4 surrounded by woo-wooing (,,OFFICIAl.. .....__.. __SEAL u) A.. J.
; LOBSTER GIs . ] / -ivrK or Bam
Fortunately, Nina spotted There will be visiting brothers iourt.
ThaI T.
'i'I candlelight service! held by Frank Lnndrum, Stark
: '
I '. a Lieutenant she knew and the girls at Immokalee must from Jacksonville, Gainesville, Atty. for Plf. 8-10
SHRIMP M they both grabbed him with both been have Sarasota, and other cities. The
impressive .
; very The
;. hands and he escorted them backto fact that the degree team will be composed IN CIIHTIT (linT, 011
i safety . "Never again" following service largely of Cot"rv, FI.OIHUAI 1\1:
members of the Jack- .
CHICKEN none of them spoke a word until (; ;11 Y.
quoth the girls . the sonville encampment. All mem- Victor Wolkoff. Plaintiff
next morning enough would without be Impressive the- bers of lOOP and visiting patriarchs H.3948.\\'olkoff, Uefendant. (

Interesting little story from up beauty of are invited. OltnER OF
the scene . Incidentally !- ANt) NOTICE TO
Walnut] St. way, but never "could]
I came from the Urmey Hotel to 1548Brlckwell :
learn the name of the parties Involved home with a. Wolkoff, whose
For a shirt Indicating that
Ave. .
] Virgie (Gas- known.
Anyhow, seems an she
. was Honor Camper for her kina) Coldlng and husband. Cur- You are required to
Army-lte wan awakened In the hut . Hear J. September 7th, 1945 In
C. Parker and
Connoisseurs tis H.
(recently discharged) are named Court and
j middle( of the night recently bya cause
? : Bill Sextcii recent plaintiff .
possum Irv the chicken yard. Army entrants housekeeping at 503 Walker St., seek divorce.
so County
are taking their training Telegraph e h a II
Plant . .
: he took his gun and went out to thin order In next four
together at Camp Wheeler Ga. .U"..'

:r : : 01Good 0 this shoot"Dead-eye the marauder Dick". was, They standing say- .become. Incidentally, "J" hopes to My, my . .-Surely am complimented .eal Witness at tarke my., hand Jo'lol'lda anil,

a paratrooper . Robert to know I have a'fan gust 81h., 1945.
only four five feet
or Barksdale (OFFlCIAL; SEAL) A. J.
successfully passed the following i
-even In darkest Asia! ..
_ Food the animal and shot the gun Coast Clerk of ald Court.
Guard requirements and . Dick Chan. K. .
times St. John writes from He. 204 Realty
eight , When all his .
pt J... k..onvlll.'
seems they ,
losing no time Atty.
? & ______ and cartridges were gone he grabbed Northern Burma that; "The boysIn s-lu 4t 831ClHCtIT
calling him
to the colors . .
a rake and exterminated the pos- my your column the ,
0 sum forthwith Seems It wasa Looks as If there's quite a reunion same as I do, and when they l\l: CCIII?.

Drink mama and had seven little ones of Bradford County Air read what you said about Dad (CotNTY'EliI'. FLORID."I l\l:

'ip' in her pocket .. When the sol Cadets at Amarillo, Texas . being skunked ten times at fishIng Lee Pearce Fore '
Billy Patray and ] Kloyce Anderson Fore
dier's wife kidded him about fir- Flynn It really put me on the Cane No JJ47. ,
are both in
ing so many times without a hit, Squadron W, while spot as I am always telling ORDER OP
Arch Thomas, Jr., hangs his ANt)) NOTICE
he asked what she was kicking up them about all the fish we haveIn TO
,In Squadron X . to:
Florida, and also what ,
about-he fired eight times and a good A Fore, whose residence
fisherman my Dad Is! Thank dreM", III *;* lp"- Avle
got eight possums! . Hope the Folknton, neorgrla.
Capt. Jimmy Moore' goodness, the next day a letter You
Japa don't hear about this Incident back are required to
In these parts from a stint arrived from Alice saying that September 7th, 1945. In
. They might do a swell
propaganda .Job concerning the of fighter piloting In China and Dad had returned from a trip Plaintiff Court.....k. and divorce cause |

marksmanship of some of our wearing more medals than Goer- with a nice catch. Now I can County Telegraph ah all I
. thin ; ;
Ing Hear George Silcox may hold head Order In next four
khakilads! . my up again. Not
4 get home from Europe by the that I'm really sore at you. Carolyn sues.Witness my hand and
Dining OutTonight first of the year . Buddy ] for It is little discussionslike seal at Starke, Florida
Notes front gust 4th., 1945.tOFFICIAL .
a slightly; frayed Bishop is bathing In the Mediter-
cuff this that enable us to forget SEAt) A. J.
''S4 ? : Haven Crosby missed two ranean while awaiting redeploy- for a while that' A. Clerk of .ald COUl't.
we are so
: busses In Jax'vllle Chaa. It.
Monday and ment but he writes It can't compare far HeIiM. 204 Realty
away the people and JarkMonvllle' Fla. .
stood in line Atty.
two hours
to catch
lave dinner!' here In a pleasant with Kingsley . Hear Lois things we love and miss 8-10 the third one! . Bill Wainwright's more
(Mrs. B. A.) Pope and
; atmosphere where, you know husband than. you know."
: 4 a Major now; transferred have moved to Norfolk] Va.. and 'i'si f1: tlHCflT COI
the food Mill be deliciously to FlORID%. KK4IITII J
occupation with
duty are at home
at 3600
Princess ,
Well, that winds I'll 5I) FOR
X guess the
: cooked and attractively served. the 7th Army (Battenbcrg. Ger- Anne Road . H. N. Fairbanks little black book up I'"OIlU 'ot "TY.
for this time ELLA K. ..
many) and he's 8WINVER.
says 'hopefullyWaiting" (
ex-Fla. Power & Light manager, . So long .,,. See you In the by her hu..hand. ,
for Uncle
Sam send
4 ____________ to now on recuperation leave in aext . F. SWINYER.
c him home . :Mary Jo Cald? Miami% ) has changed his residence Plaintiffs,


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4I'GLST ... 1943

LOCAL NEWS Sgt and Mrs. Wilson G.
Mrs of Lee Miss
returned Saturday from Jacksonville Margie Patel Scholarship Exams Baptist Church / llmn 1'Jv..r.U M"y, whose rBnldnno.
l I. ''. V. H. Kn..lNrii. Office, ( (I.
where they visited Mr. Weds Cpl. Galloway Set For 15 Ho* J240, Honolulu T. H. (I'earl ," t
and Mrs. J. B. Godbold. Aug. During the absence of tho Rev. Harbor)
Ella and Lucille Sgt. John Godwin and Henry In Church EventOne You are required| to upppttr on*
J.!taro spending this week in Godwin spent last week In Miami. Mrs. !If. L. Maynard has returned Examination for four $400 Lewis D. Haines of the First I Sc name|>t out"! tip Court r 10, and 11145! cause In tint wherein Nbovn. 1 +

$p John has Just returned fromoveraeas. to her home in Alachua of the lovllest events of Lewis scholarships for preparation Baptist Church the pulpit will be plaintiff K.*ekii (tlvorrit and t'littoit.v *- r

0 after an extended visit with her the summer season was the marriage of teachers, which have been supplied by the Rev. David F. i (Minly nf Tvlrirrnpli minor rhIM"hall Hrndfortl iiuhllnh. l

e paws turned trip last to week New W. T. Clute and Mr. and Mrs. daughter Mrs. W. B. Alexander.Pvt. Margie Saturday Lee Patel evenrg: of Miss awarded to Bradford County will Chastain Jr. of \\'a h"gton.: D. thin.'.Order In n.xt four weekly issue !,

a bUsiness Thomas U daughter of be given C. Rev. Chastain Is pastor of \VltnoHM. my hand unit "fflHal"fill t
Sapp Wednesday. August 13
were Sunday Donald McRae, who Is Van D. Patel and the late Mrs. Mt harks, Klurlrin,, thin -
City visitors of Mr. and Mrs. W. P. stationed at Camp Gordon near Patel formerly of Chipley to at 9 a. m. at Bradford High I tho Christ Baptist Church.where .. 4th, .1945.toKKKMAI !
business KKAt. A. J.
) Thom
t. Weeks< made a of Bennett.T. Atlanta Ga., spent Sunday with Cpl. Merton B. Galloway, son of School. Mr. lames held' I a revival last AM. Clerk of HBlil Court

,,l Jacksonville Thursday N. Kendrick has returned his wife and little daughter here. Mr. and Mrs. LaVerne a. Gallo- Three of these are for white March. During his stay here h.> .J H. Harrison' FU.lAw Atty.Knohang.iHrkxonvlIln for -Df.*" 11101". I

eek. home after Call way of Dewittville. N. Y. The teachers will bo at the 8-10 41 N31l
upending several II. C. Wall Agency and one for a negro pastorlum) accompanied -

Mildred Brown In left Jersey last weeks with his daughter In North FOB WINDSTORM INSURANCE Rev.ceremony Lewis was D. Haines performed in the by first the teacher. All high school grad- by hla mother from Atlanta \ "Ute'II'r 1'ul imp, lilt IDPOItl 1

to spend a month Carolina. Mrs. L. H. Jennings '' Baptist Church. uates who would like to go on Ga.. and will visit throughout iut.(:'ol:l: %T1. KI.OHIIHl l\ lll\ I

N' JWd lefty Mrs. W. J. Chandler left Tues- son Walter to St. Luke's carried Hospital her- 'I' The church was transformed to college should apply at the Florida. Nattln JU."I'r: .flhi-olcv'*Sh*>), Ilefendnnl I'liilntlf, OH vi* I
Mrs. L. A. Davis day morning to spend some time in Jack sonville Tuesday Into a veritable flower garden Superlntendtnt's office for fur- This Sunday morning the ser :>in. :Hl4t.OUDKIl! .

morning for a vacation with Mrs H. B. Montgomery In where he will remain until FrI- with white asters and orange ther Information concerning these. mon will be brought by :Mr. AMI :NOTU'K OK Prttl.lPATlON TO AI'FE.\J: J k

.acta, Ga. Griffin, Ga. day. blossoms and white candles casta Two senatorial scholarships are Chastaln and the evening evangelistic 8TATR OK. .K 1,0 It IO A to: Jo 4>ph
soft glow over the entire set- also available\ one for a white Happy Hour will be led M. Hliri-lcy, whoMt) reflilonr I.! 142 : ,
and Mrs. L. F. Dlnklna left Miss Shirley West of ApopkaIs Mr. and Mrs. Joe Martinez ting. T.Vy: orange blossom clusters boy and one for a white girl. I. by him also. Union Ion Htri-et.sire required Brunswick' to' ,appear Uvoncla.on I

,Peek to sppnd a month):/ In spending a few weeks with have as guests this week' Mr. covered the archway entrance These scholarships are not limited Bible School meets at 9:45: to Si-plrmhrr named, to, 1D4S, In the nnov.. 1 rt

Rock, Ark her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Martinez' sisters. Mla Joe Mar- into the church annex. I to (those who will enter teach- study "Iaaac'sTestimony total". Court.s'-k. anll dlvore.l rauno. Urmlfonl whvrvlnplaintiff "

of Galnes- W. P. Bennett. tinez and Miss Rose Martinez of Mrs. Ethel )M. ing and persons with varying The Training Union meet at I'mintv: Trlrwrnph "hall l l nnhlliili" I ,
E. M. Rooks Tampa. Biggs organist! amounts of thin Onlvr lit n<*xt four weekly. INmieM. -
college training aa 6:45: to discuss .
of a Church
..w'a guest Thursday Charles Knight of Gainesville and Miss June Patel. soloist, well
presented as high school graduatesmay Should be Governed". There \VltMxnn 'hiy hand and official'
iV. G. Haile. spent last weekend In Starke with Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Dupre and an arrangement of ap- compete. These examinations are soot nt Htarko, Florida, this Au- t

departments and classes for all gustth... 1D4S.OFFICIAL >> .
DeWItt C. Jones his grandparents, Col. and Mrs.D. daughter, Nancy, are spending a propriate nuptial music Miss will also be given at Brad- I ( MI-MI.) A..1. Thomas
and Mrs. E. Knight. vacation In Gadnesville, Ga., with Patel sang "Because" and "Always" ford High School on 15. ages.Midweek .\.. Clerk of mild Court.
gone to Black Mountain, Mr. Dupre's sister, Mrs. L. M. and Mrs. Biggs August service will be In ''J. H. llarrliion, |j..w Hxchnntr: 111.111.
played"I jHoUnonvlllu. Klil... Atty. for "IMf.
for a vacation. Mr. and Mrs. Burges. Love You charge of the'om..n's Missionary -
J. T. Quigley returned Truly", "At Dawn- 8-IU 4t 8-31
Saturday from a month's Ing", and "Ahl! Sweet Mysteryof Alvarez To Run Union of the Church and will -
n Betty Anne Flynn and vacation spent In Mrs. J. M. Mitchell and daughter Life". The traditional meet Wednesday at 8 p. m, l\ 4 IIU'I IT cot '.'1'. Nil %IIK4 IIII
were shopping In Heodersonville Lucile have wedding lit reply to rumors that havebeen 40INI-1.. Kl.tMIIIIU IX "U tr., )
pearce moved
to .
North Carolina. marches were used and music I < HIM.IMnit
;,nvllle Monday. their' home in town after spend- I circulated around town that At 1 Oalley Hantlnl, I'lnlntlff' vsIluali"Imo ." '
I was softly played during the cere I Carpenter'sAmbrose .. ..
ing a while at their he is going to retire with a $801hi1. l>vf ndant. CuNo.
Hugh Stith ,
Kldd went to Rich- Savannah cottage on mony. : JCIH7.oitniiH.
i. Valrte Ga. KIngsley Lake Chief of Police A. L. Alvarez OK ri'ni.irATioN .
spent weekend P.
with Dale
I of \\"lImlngton. -
Va. Friday to spend a The bride, who was given in announced this week that he Is ANI NOTI,'!.: TO AI'I'KAU
his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Mr.: marriage her N. C. has Joined the staff of HT.XTKJ' OK KUHlll to: t'fn.Uilirllolmo .
parents.and and father
her Mrs. by chose not
\rilh\ H. I Brownlee. Errol Alvarez a going to retire and will be a Carpenter's 1 Hiinllnl I whoMa rtmldfiti.anil .-*
Drug Store. He was
spent from Thursday until Sun gown of white brocaded organdie candidate for reelection to that MtldrpHN: In: ft?. OiiKllnlmo.: H..n-
Mrs. J. I.. Simmons with assistant manager and buyer for lint A.H.N. 911 5 8119IG ... "K" t.let l rInf.
day with their high neckline, made with
Misses Ona Demorest, Dottle son-in-law and same office in the coming city ,
a mouth: at theire Saunders Drug Company for sev- "t, Postmaster, New Turk
pending Sue Biggs and Minnie Lou Hazen daughter, Mr. and Mrs. R. W. long sleeves which came to a election. N. Y. f
on Swann Lake MCGuIre point over her hands E" years and will be a permllnt"ntmembf.'r You ar. rmUlrd to appear oHrptember
in Jacksonville and the full
returned )
Saturday from a stayat Mr. Alvarez stated he .
that '
ap- of the staff here.IN in, 1II4A! In this Mtiovnamoil
Connie Sutton of Axson, Camp Immokalee. skirt terminated in a train. preciated the support which had Court mid eause whercl S
Miss Mary Browolee: will return With this she wore a fingertip --- plaintiff m-ekn "Iv!>r.... Hi-mi, for 1 "
itnt the weekend with Mr. FOR WINDSTORM INSURANCE tonight to St Louis, Mo. after veil held been given him In, previous elections CIIICI IT Cltl HT. nil U'KOHI County Telwirrnpn n h R I I nuhll.
:r m J. B. Alexander. by orange blossoms and and would appreciate any ('01 NTV.; FI.o1111)t1 I'll CIINKilt' ,- this. order In next four weekly IfVltn ' r
spending two weeks with her carried a white (' Mitre,
II. book.
Call C. Wall prayer
Calvin Johns spent the Agency parents.. Mr. and Mrs. H. L. She wore a corsage of white further support from his friends.! Helen I-Hrliara M,.v, Plaintiff, "' .. \ .... my hand and official
Florida this Auru.t
William Kvrrrtt Heal I al Hlarko, -
May. l.r.nd.nt.L'U"
Mr. and Mrs. I. Lecln and Miss Brownlee and other relatives.
nd with her niece, Mrs. orchids. No. ill!50. / I.IAL5SICAL!
1F FI, ) A. J. ThonianAn .

:don In Atlanta, Ga. Madeline Lecln spent Wednesdayin Mills June Patel, maid of honor, BONDS oilmen f.>K'ATioN Clerk of Maid/ Court.
St. Augustine. They went Mrs. V. E. Howard has returned wore* a pink chiffon aIITH WAR AND NOTION: TO AU'KAH T. Frank 'l-anilrum, SUirke.: ,Florid,* '
and Mrs. W. H. Edwards over Tuesday eveo ng.FlrQ home after spending a while carried a bouquet of blue gown and STATE: OB vuminA lot wn- Ally, for'rif. H-IO H 8-31
aughter Fredrlka of Jacke with her mother In Union S. C., --_._-------- _._ t
spent the weekend with Chief R. C. Buford has recuperating! from a recent Illness. While singing, she wore a cor- =-- --- -----==- ----- -:- ---=:;:: :-::-- ::::: -_:----: ------ -.

S. H. Struth and Miss Kate returned to his home after being She spent a few days In the State sage blue of light pink asters witha

in Jacksonville several days fora Farm Hospital.Mrs. center.
physical checkup. Miss Margaret Beam Miss Dor- WHEN YOUR TIRES ARE SLICK I
i Haven Crosby and Vernon C. F. Ward Is returningthis othy Alvarez, and Miss Naomi

. were In Orlando Sunday Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Nunneryand week from a visit with rel- Sue Galloway, cousin of the

Stlie marriage of Miss Mrs. W. N. Johnson spent atives In Georgia. She was accompanied bridegroom, were bridesmaids. IT'S TIME TO RECAP
to Lavon Alvarez Saturday morning in Gainesvilleand by her brother-ln-lnw They wore light aqua gowns and

|kWood Baptist Church. Sunday afternoon in PalaUca. and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Mc- carried bouquets of asters with

Dowell of Jacksonville. blue ribbon. r v.... F1CO ,.V,.., 4 no 1\1'1"' nl\.rnF 1'',''''' ''' nrom n. _._ _ .._ ___
IJa7I UO ILGli J'll' UUIf tJU"rIJnl n &J I OlUrauC IfUU"' ,
I Cpl. Galloway had as his best
Ancel Brown has returned this o I man Cpl. William' Corrigan Cpl.

station at Ft. Pierce after Julian Wood of Bagdad, Ky., Pvt.

NAT SEZ: spending a 30-day leave with his James Waters of Orlando and KECAIM'ING AND VULCANIZING ,;
parents Mr. and Mrs. P. L.
Sgt. Daniel Mahalko of Scranton,
Brown. He also visited friends f In Pa. served as ushers I ALL. SIZE TIRIiJS AND TUBES I
.. II It's hard for a guy like me Arkansas while on leave.
Mrs. L. G. Galloway, motherof I 21-IIOUK SERVICE BEST MATERIALS i
ii to understand how such little I
Dr. and Mrs. WlImot Brown the bridegroom, wore a gray
thing as atoms can cause ,melt with, orchid I WORKMANSHIP GUARANTEED: l '
and Billy and Betty Brown returned gown print and a
a big hole in the ground when Sunday to their home in corsage of pink asters. The .

they decide to explode. I'm sure Tallahassee after spending a vacation bride's aunt wore a baby blue

glad OUR scientists discovered with Mr. and Mrs. H. C. chiffon gown and her corsage
Brown at was also of pink*asters.
this. little trick first. I tell you Klngsley. Lake :
e j., + it's r - .. The reception 'was held Immediately l- STARKE TIRE SERVICE I n
mighty nice to live' In the Mrs. W. G. Underwood returned '
following Ute In _
ceremony : i
"smartest", country In the world. Monday to her home In the church annex. Mrs. L. H. '
Brooksvillo after spending' a week
Jennings served, as hostess and
here with Miss Carol White. Mrs. I
Underwood and Miss White were the guests were received by Miss ADJOINING TEMPLE GARAGE Temple Ave. '
Grace Phelps. Mrs. L. I). HaInes
classmates at Southern College.
kept the bride's book and Mrs.

ried William St. Luke's. Norris Hospital was car-in Torres Alma Hough presided and at I the Mrs.table.Charles The COME IN AND SEE OUR AEROPLANE TIRES ,

iW+ + Jacksonville last week for treat table was centered'with a miniature
/ ment. She moved bride and bridegroom In a
: was Saturdayto
the home of her daughter, small flower garden and the arrangement ALSO OTHER TIRES & TUBES FOR SALE

Mrs. R. H. Bartley there for fur- was balanced by the

ther rest and care. three-tiered wedding cake in <*:.e ;::::...- ,_ ; -- :- -__--'- _:_--:::"0'7.: _..._.. . -_::u 74
corner and Individual nut cups In
_._.. __ __ ..... &
Mrs.\ Sue Batcman, who has the other. The other two cornersof --.4. ( "'- ----

q '4 been serving as director of the the table held candles In re

USO club here, is spending a flectors which added to the

month at her home in Duluth beauty of the scene.

Minn. After that she will serve Liviugfloom
Punch was served from a separate -
us assistant director of the Main table by Mrs. Ada Lawson 1

St., USO Club in Oklahoma City. Mrs. May Lawson, and Misses !

Seleta Sparks, Betty Hlatt, and
Mr and Mrs. C. J. Berg re- Suits
Caudle Hazen.
turned Tuesday of last week j
After the reception, Cpl. and
from a month's visit in Chicago, I _
Mrs. left for a wedding
Minneapolis, and Iowa. They Galloway v
trip to Brooklyn, N. Y. and then Two Pieces ill
visited Mrs. Berg's father and
went on to Nlagra Fall!!. Mrs. .
brother, A. J. Gislain and son
Leo C. Gislain In Wellman, Iowa. Galloway travelled in a two-piece 1 ?A''; ,
F4 !! h1.___uk_ _milt__! with nn brown__ accessories_on 'n _
I t., 7. .1L."I'.t.lV LU
Lt. Gaither Perry of Miami, and wore a white orchid from I _... d.fOP'"_..- :'

;. who has just returned to the her corsage. r
states after being a prisoner of Mrs. Galloway is a graduate of l: : :, 199.50BEAUTIFUL II'jl jli

Germany for 23 months spent Bradford High School in the .
1. i
tC Sunday with Capt. Merrill Futch. class of 1943 and has been employed L

? e I Lt. Perry and Capt. Futch were for some time in the Reg
I before entering ser- istrar's Office of the ASF Re-
college ,
vice. gional Hospital at Camp Bland- SELECTION OF PLATFORM ROCKERS ,,,,1,1n (
c J Ing. Cpl. Galloway is a graduateof I Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Caruthersof Mayville Central School I AND LOUNGE CHAIRS {WITH SPRINGS -- REDUCED ti

1 Miami arrived last week fora Mayville, N. Y. and before enter '"
visit with the Rev. and Mrs. ing service was an employe of

W. J. Churchwell. Mr. Caruthers Bell Aircraft in Buffalo, N. Y. :
returned to his home the first Out of town guests Included Beautiful Mahogany Poster Bed $24.50Beautiful

of the week while Mrs. Caruthers the bridegroom's mother and

who is Mrs. Churchwell's brother Mrs. L. G. Galloway and

daughter, remained for a longer son Richard and a cousin Miss:

-oS' Ii visit. Sue Galloway all of Dewittville,
"u _ Mrs. B. F. Walker of Marianna. Bed Room
p Judge and Mrs. A. Z. Adklns Mr. and Mrs. Edward J. Ammons s rr >i i
had as weekend guests Mrs. Ad- and Mrs. Monteen Waller of '
Barbizon & Other Well Known Brands kins' sister Mrs. J. L. Briggs Jacksonville, Lt. James Grant: of

and daughter Mrs. Grant Nlsbet Los Angeles Calif., and Capt. and
of Jacksonville, Mrs. Briggs' son Mrs. A. R. Landers of Gainesville. SuitsLarge
$1.69 to $3.50 and daughter-In-law. Lt. and Mrs.

J. L. Briggs, Jr. of Melbourne f

_r and another sister and brother- Presbyterian"The Variety "
Adkins', Mr. and
in-law of Mrs. "
Wastefulness of Love or t tt
Mrs. L. L. Roane and sons, Roy Extravaganza" will be To Select From -
the Divine
Jr. and Billy, of Jacksonville Lt. the subject of the 11 o'clock ser-

--- Q 6 ,----0) Briggs Is leaving this week for mon at the Presbyterian Church. 89.50 )
o w n Pacific duty with the Air Corps. to .
Sunday School will be held at N ,

Col. and Mrs. D. E. Knight 10 a. m. under the direction of 5

Large Variety have moved to their home on N. Mrs. Jeanette C. Young.! Youth 249.50I New Slock I '

Walnut St., recently vacated by Services will be at 8 p. m.
their son Hollis V. Knight and Mrs. E. E. Lansing will direct

$4.50Sternberg's family. Mr. and Mrs. H. V. the choir at the morning worship IT'S A FACT YOU CAN DO BETTER AT

Knight and children are now living service.

have In purchased Gainesville the where late Judge they Pfc. Louis J. Smitzcs with Mack spent. John H. Denmark Furniture Co. :.

lucre home on N. Roper Ave. Mr. Wednesday night
Knight was recently appointed Futch. Pfc Smltzes Just returned PHONE 151 STA.KE' FLA.'F !

| assistant United State Attorney from Germany after S his month WE BUY GOOD USED FURNITURE I
and is also still l connected with service there and was on way

the law firm of Knight & KnightIn to Tarpon Springs to visit his .-
Starke. parents for 30 days.

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Roll they may dosire. dress lit! lit
Assessment a. ; C
weekly Issues. 9:30: o'clock P. M., August Jones Street
. e . . . . Jacksonville spent the weekend iv cinrriT rot'HT. BHAIIFOIIDFIOIIIUAI this.Order In Dent four for the purpose of hearing complaint Given by the order of the City ollna RaleIKh"llr Yogp
IAcUhvey CIIAsCFRY. / testimony asto
"'OI' TY: receiving G
thl. You
with relatives here. I Witness my hand and official Council of the City of Starke. are required
value of any P"J J
4 Hampton Plaintiff, va Charles anal at tark... Florida, this August or the personal, an' fixed } Stet day of July dAtL: 6'JtHg.j. named bCourt 1946 i Ibitet"
Ming Mable Smith Saturday ,
spent Can No. I9U.OFFll'IAL an,1
I James Ivey Defendant. 2. Assessor of Taxes on hli> an Clerk.iv plaintiff . au, rkeh'
seeks .
J Thomas 2t 8-10 ,,
and Sunday In, Daytona 1917. ( SEAL) A ment roll for the year 1945. and J-3 storatlon ""I '
of ,
i t By Mrs.! M. C. Swwney I her OROER OF PI' LI'ATJOS An Clerk of Bald C'.urt. for the purpose. of perfecting., recelvlnir CO.-UT.- Bn111FOR1)eol' ford County Maul. 'nxmlltd' V'HSU
Beach with grandmother BhlirJackHonvllle. nnriiT
: . . . . . ,Mrs M. K. Smith. STATE ANI NOTK'B OF FLORIDA TO APPEAR to: Charles J.pjf.H. HarrlHon.. Klorldit l-w Ex.'hanita. 8-3 Atty 4t t 8-24 fur'' mn" and equalising such assess.sub- t'hltY.T1'. FLOIIlUtl IV CHAV- I Issues this Ordel Telegraph, ,'r, 'hp! ,r ;O1"

$ SCHOOL OPENING :MIss Martha Home spent several James Iv"y, whose address l I. un All persons. .. ......owning(In property the ORDER OF PUBLICATION Witness m} '." ,'
days with her friend Miss known. O T I (' B Ject to a are notified toyapt AND NOTICE TO APPEAR seal at Stark ,, 10'I, l, ft ,
Hampton School opened Monday Notice In hereby given that the Starke, Florida such Adele Candy UrelK. Plaintiff vs. 80 1946 It
to make
( NIA' Ruth SIbley at Theresaa.Theressa. You are required appear abovenamed Assessor i of Taxes for. the pear at Much meeting/ to M. C. Ore III', Defendant Case No. (OFFICIAL SEAL..
fair In the : testimony
6. Enrollment was 3. 1U4S. wits such t
Aug. wherein Jty"t Florida. will meet complaint or give I A. Clerk of "hI., rhos,
and cause property
and quite a few mothers were S e . e e . e plaintiff Court seeks divorce and restoration the City Council of the said (Ity III i aa real. to or tho personal value! of as any fixed by the 48TATE OF FLORIDA to: M. C. T. Frank Land, ,
exercises office 'of the City Clerk' tf Opels' whose residence and ad- Atty. for I'lf
Hradforrt the his
I present for the chapel County of Telegraph maiden nome..hall publish the City of Stark.Florida, ,, at City Assessor ot Taxes upon
in the auditorium. MPH. May -

I F Touchton, principal, gave a short .

's, address. /liscusHing future planet Ky Miss. Ida Haan/ .. i
k, a for tenchers and students. The . . . . . : ,. .. :
equipment was
i : ? new playground
displayed and enthusiastically re Mr. and Mrs. Lacy Thomas, S.:' .
celved by the children. The cafe- Sgt. and Mrs. W. R. Thomas and ., j jJI
terta was opened during the noon eon W. R, Jr. of Lake Geneva
'lour and will be available to the and Mr. and Mrs. Lee Burkhnrt
children each school day under of Hampton visited$ the Thomas
,' the supervision of Mrs. Haze family Sunday.

Thomas. Another year of progreu Mrs. Alice Jones D. J, Phillips,
and promise has commenced Sr. anll Misses Hazel and Elizabeth .
for the children of Theressa and Phillips visited Mrs. High-
1 Hampton. tower at the State Farm Hospital -

v Sunday. 'ty'a ",:..,
SMITH-EAST: Rev. Hogarth filled his regular ";

1I'' Friends( of Mrs. Pearl East and appointment at the Hope Baptist ,

C. J. Smith will be Interested to Church Sunday. ) ice ,' .g's 1
f learn of their manlage on Saturday Jacquelin Jarrell of Jacksonville ) '< i

h', July 28 at the home of Is spending this week with 83 e :', j

;' Judge E. K.: Perryman In Starke. her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs, .., :<}, i'
4 4 ; :Mra. Smith Is from California W. W. Packham.
I $7' and at present is reading with Mrs B. M. Blankenship of tw

1 + i her.: : slater-ln-law Mrs. W. H. t\merlcus. Ga. Is spending this i

ll Smith at Hampton Junction. At- week with her mother, Mrs E. S. '
tending the ceremony were Mrs Loper. .
I 1 Smith and children and Billy Roland Miss Martha Home of Hampton -

yt l son of the bride. is visiting Miss Ruth Sfbley. ,,

yf )I fN ( Mrs. Van Douberly and chile Mrs. H. F. Cloversettle and I I'A
I } h dren have recently returned to daughter Delores of Jacksonville ; :

P P"t their home after -visiting In Lake spent the week-end with her parents A i '
1 i Mr. and Mrs. W. C. eR
J Wales. Loper. r r 'a #hp. ctn.;
1 Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Bishop, Mr Pfc Jimmie Swindell of Texas
and Mrs. Ray Williams and son la. Ing his 1 wife and mother ,l

I '. ;t Donald of Jacksonville have been for 21 days. I. ., =. + I ,
k 'S an'4yp
Mrs. Alice Jones has returned
guests of Mr. and Mrs. M. L. ?
1 al ;} Watterson. home after spending some tlmo
with relatives In Miami.
I Pvt. and Mrs. Clark McFarland
'Mrs. A. H. and Mra.
'el ,' { of Clr lev1lJe. Ohio and Pvt. and Kelsey ., 3
J. C. Cochrane were business uC.ry3 ;
I i Mrs. Herman Sparks of Paints- 7 ,, .- __
'd ;' vine, Ky. left Tuesday for their visitors to Starke Tuesday 1 f C Lt : ___J_ YfjV
Cason of Avon Park r-i-
Sgt. Grady _
itI respective homes after spending 1
Is visiting his sister, Mrs D. L. ,
I 44L3 several months here.
r Ralley. _
Mr. and Mrs. Audrey Turner
,; 3 and daughter Betty Jo of Jacksonville -
: + ''i spent several days recently wcod'lawnBy;
'. with Mrs. Turner's slater ) YI

Mrs. Bert Hinson. V
M aS Elms Crews
k+ Miss Carolyn Glover of Atlanta, . . . . . . .
Ga. is spending several weeks
with her uncle and aunt Mr. and Mrs Myrtle Vanzant has returned -

i 4 Mrs. J. J. Plckren. to her tome from the
Mrs. Llnnle Seely has returned hospital and is doing nicely.
'*&rS y tl to Hampton after several months Rev. and Mrs. E. M. Teter and

tn Brooksvllle. children of Jacksonville were recent -
Leo Wiggins! USN with Mrs guests of Mr.and Mrs. L. P.
( Wiggins and their daughter oftct lafime and Rev. Teter conducted
t ,4
both services at the church Sun.

d 4'E} Rev. and Mrs. O. J. Raulerson

have gone away for a week's :
rest. orn

.. L. W. Page and son and Idalee I

and Umatllla Trudell Sunday.Starling] went-'to % : H.

Mrs. Senle Prevatt of Lawtey
attended church here Sunday.

Mrs. C. R. Crews was shoppingIn
: A Dependable Starke Saturday.
; Mr. and Mrs. Callie Grlffls

Life Preserver attended church services Sunday.: loaded with dynamite I
We are having choir practice . ;
each Friday night and midweek

t prayer> each Wednesday night.Overyone ?
,is important in an enterSency. .11
at : is invited to attend
1i You need dependable both services. Give your serviceman a royal welcome . but, the enemy to kill our fighting! men. Ships canstill LOOSE TALK

a'' d Automobile Insurance for his sake and for the sake of the rest of our be sunk, advance information on new weap'p' REACH TOKYO
1N ('IJtlrr Co1R9', 1111\011"
('DI "I"' "pi.oiuiiti\ (:II.i:\_ fighting men, remember this: ons discovered, valuable facts about our battle '
before an emergency occurs. I KHY.Calvin be revealed and above all the
V. Sthwarti. Plaintiff vs.inrlH WHAT HE KNOWS can ; ,
s f, Schwartz Defendant. Cans enemy seeks to learn where, when, and how we Don't Talk
I No. 3910.OUDKIl:
Buy it
Write about
a 4i' OP PUHMCATIOVAN1 will strike him next. Every scrap of information or :
NOTICE Tl) APPEAR) He has been carefully coached not to talk .
discuss help him find the answers. lIMa'''''''' ar Mffmenla f.UTtol. my
STATE OP FLORIDA tofn about which I I the but you may YI,, ...... wlUilo,U,cr_
Charley E. Johns'Agency >orls E. Srhwarts whose resl- things can help enemy ,...I'1KI..AoIo.......
t dance and address In: Mm. Doris. K.Mihwarts he is human. If ask
only questions
I too information
00 Adams l street Tona- you many Remember . if you reveal military 2 N..e._
wanda New York. . if you repeat what he may be tempted to you may be endangering the lives not only
ks You are required to
appear on 3 l It
"' "September' 3, 1945, In the above tell you, you may give valuable help to the Japs. of your own relatives and friends, but of thou aed4.w Millurr 1oror1IotI prod"

P + Phone IS ST.IRKE, FLA. lulntlfr limed' Court seeks. and divorce.c"u8e. Bradford wherein Such information is picked up and used by sands of other fighting men as well.
4.y ounty Telegraph shall publleh thin
Kt } ( Order In next four weekly Issues.
Witness. my hand and official ,
:1 V enl at Htarke" }Florida thin July
Y +'+ ........... 7th. 1945.tOFlrlClAL'
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1 4 r6, R T. Frank I.nmlrunl, Utarke, Florida. about. .movements
Atty. fur PIG 8-3 4t 8.:14ONWAY.'S : by keeping quiet .

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I AtGrsT 10. 1945 BRADFORD

_ _' _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ rAGE_ _SKVKIf

N------: ; ;: I 0 S S St. Vincent's Hospital. July 27 home with her

Before her marriage Mrs. parents. ANt NOTICE TO APPEAR Co.. 8 T. C. A. P. O. S53 %, Pout- named Court and cause wherein| atlon of maiden. name. Bradford ,.,
Brad :Mla: Betty Walker of Alachua OF FDMUDA toJ.dward: master :'(laml. Florida. plaintiff seek* divorce Bradford shall
: County Telegraph publish 11thIs
..... I I
Allamore. .
ley was Miss Rivers wh .aJlrp. isKoute lou ar..qulr..... to County Telegraph. shall in
Farm Huudley. spent the past weekend with Miaa 4. Box appear on publish Order next four weekly "
State The Farm boys and IIS. Huntlncion.$ Long laland. August %7lh.. 1945 In the ahoy.flsiited this Order in next four weekly Issue I
girls who Mildred Williams and Chaplainand Nw York Court and Cause wherein Issue
Witness hand. and
WWtfleWof attend Raiford and Lake Butler Mrs. L. A. You are rsnulinl to plaintiff seeks. divorce:' and rextor- Witness my hA"oand\ official my official i
Shepherd.J. ahovj seal at Btarke, Florida, this
S Sf 8eptamb.r l. 1.4: II, July
BY . . S schools resumed their the atlon of maiden name.. Bradford peal l at Btarke, Florida this July 25. l 11546.4oFF'ICIAL. f
. work Mon L. Robinson and Mrs. W. n.1"l..Coul'.t Vld '.au..... whtTfln County Telegrapli hall pub lt.h 24. 1945. SEAL A. J.
Lt. and Mrs. J. day of last week. H. Parker visited Jacksonville of plaintiff minor seeks children dl\.rce. Bradford. and custody this ieeue.. Order. In next four weekly OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas, As Clerk of said Court. Thomas. I
1st Cuun- ANJ Clerk of said Court
lendS Lt. and Mrs. T. N. Uffelman, relatives last weekend.Mr. ty Telegraph ...h..IIuhll..h\ tin WltneuR ; I Walter C. Ilardesty Daytona. "
f '" my hand and official T, Frank Lundium, Starke. Florida, FlB. for Plf. 7-27 s-ti
wallace er Farm Jr. announce the birth! of their and Mrs. J. O. Randall had Order In nt four weekly Untie. : peal I at Starke, .Florida this July Atty. for Plf. 7-27 4t 8-17 Atty. 4t ,
Vd that Lt In Witness my hiind. ami offk-lal 24. 194 n. I
L are to Know daughter Vanderbilt Hospital as guests Sunday Mr. and Mrs. east at $ """. 'l"Hda, this AU- OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas iv ('IRIIT'r.. Slit \lI"ORD
tL returned to the Nashville Tenn., on August 4. J. O. Randall Jr. and au..t Zi lU5.OIo'FI"IAL A.. Clerk. of said Court. IV ( ..I'II'r loilIr<< IllS IIPOIII ('nl'll'' ''', FI.OHIOtl IV CHIV.
two children '
nace has Mrs. Uffelman ( SEAM A. J. Thon'.... T. Frank Lamlrum Stark e. Florldn.. cot NT1, 1.01111)I'll 4.IIAV-! ('K.I4V.E. .
was Louise Dun. 4-KMY. J
ollOwlng many months'ice and W. W. Fish and Mr. AH Clerk of caRd i'uurt. Atty. for Plf. 7-X7 41 8-17 D. McSweeny' Plaintiff, va. Alt :
{ bar before her Irvin Kruk, Plaintiff vs. IxxilneKruk. : Defendant.. ,
tel Theatre. marriage and Miss Farmer of Jacksonville Mrs. William D' I\loratlll.> 5th Floor Clark Defendant\ Case No. S918. McSweeny, Case No.
In< the European Rose Lee Dunbar went to Nashville Clifford Randall : Hiill.llngJsxksoin. Lie.. Florida IV ("IH('( IT (01 "T. IIH\I>KOHII ORDER: OF PUBLICATION 3942. SOTtO
that he wrote about to and daughters Ally. fur .>If. 8.3 4t ..s"V (-01 T\' FLOIUIJ.\I I% ('Itt'ssIit' AND NOTICE TO>> APPEAR lift OF PUBLICATIONAND '
lettel greet her little niece. NOTICE TO APPEAR "
r n a Jr. toldpareflU. Nancy and Betty of Panama '
Davis. STATE: OF "'I.Oltllto: Mrs '
O. .
23, LLH Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Caldwelland Canal Zone Mary. Ellen BIIIInK Oreene. Plain Lnulae Kruk whose reHldence, ,IM % STATE OF FLORIDA to: Ads tor.
y W. N. and Mrs. Wlshard of whose. address j
and Mrs. J'.lllrl IT (4)1 MT. flit tIFOUi) tiff McSweeny, Is un I
va. Raymond nreene, 1).f..l1dant. 1230 W. tit 1'.1.You ,

having completed his daughters, June Peggy, and St. Augustine. After beg! with C'OIVM. FLCIII\IJ\I\ I% 4.'U\\. Cane No. a9240 t: known. 1 I
f You to
KH V. are required appear on I
rIb of He III' stationed on Frances were among the many her parents for some weeks of Kay C. S"'lth1" riilntlff vs. Jo e9 ORDER: OK P17PLICATION are required to appear on September' 3, 1945 In the .above : I

rd mission. relatives attending the family reunion recuperation Mrs. Fish with &ne /8muh, 1.'ef'nd"nt. Ca.. Xo. AND NOTICK TO APPF.AR August 17th., 194ft In the above named Court and cause, wherein :
STATE OK FLORIDA to: Ray named" Court and calls wherein plaintiff' seeks divorce. Bradford I
paD. Bradley of.gonVtIIS at the home of Mr. Cald- their children, returned to Jacksonville ORDER OP PUBLICATION mond Ureene. Whose residence In plaint I ft seeks .1 Iv....'". Bradford County Telegraph. shall publish

and Mrs. Reese well's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. with Mr. Fish. AND NOTICK FR> APPUAIt! Mr. KnyinoiuTGreene, % Mr.. itt,- County Telegraph shall p u li llnli this Order In next four weekly Is-
of Teddy J
the birth STATE OF bin Jones. Wart burg Tennessee.. this Order In next four weekly
announce FlAJUIDA
Wayne in Caldwell, in Ocklawaha Sunday. and Toni Randall also of Jacksonville phlna Smith whoet rvsliloitc to: Jo.and.- You are required to appear on iHSlieH.Witness. aues.WltneMM. my hand and official

If second 5O1. Jack This family gathering was In are now visiting their .address 1"! Mr" J".*l>hln. Smith. August. UTth.. 194, In the aboveflamed my hand. and official Meal Mt Starke, Florida. this August ,
honor of the 76th birthday an- 41IH4 K.: Kastoil. Nit.'.., "Tulsa (Okla Court and ouuio, wherein seal. at Starke Florida. this July J. 1945. t
grandparents.Mrs. plaintiff eeeka '
homa. divorce cuitody of 24, 1945. (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas
niversary of Mr. Caldwell Sr. minor child\ and restoration of As Clerk of Maid Court.W .
C. H. ,
Cope entertained her You are required to appear on maiden (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J, Thomnc."
name. Bradford .
County .C' Slinger Attorney at Law.Macclenny .
The lovely dinner was enjoyed School September' 3, 11143. In the aboven.un..d T"I"lCraphhall As. Clerk of said Court.T. .
Sunday class the Junior publuh this Order Florida, Att)'. for Plf
under oaks Court and oaune, wherein. In m>xt four weekly lHueltneim ,. Frank I.nn.irum Starke Florida, f
on a long table cen- Girls of the Raiford Baptist plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford \\' my hand and official Atty. for Plf. 7-27 41 817IV H-S 4t 8-24.

tered with a beautifully decorated Church with a chicken County Telegraph\ shill, publish S-"l ., Florida, thin July ti t' Ys
7OIS.: birthday cake. supper this:: Order In neSt'' four weekly SMI n. 11,4f.1ark. CIUCIIT ('C>t HT. Illl VDKOIIIICO >> i\ 4 niri IT ('<>! HT. mi \DFonnf4 '
and swim party at Hampton IssueS. 'OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas. NTV, FI.OHIIItl IV ftltVKIIY. ,- l "'r,, FMMIIIItl IV (.It ''11. ,
When Mrs. W. N. North returned Beach Monday of last week. Witness my liuud and. official AM Clerk nf Maid Court. (' 4'KIIY.Jamen: .
Neal ".t tark1, '.''"'.''da, thin. July Robert H. Duncan:' 517 Lynch )ie'leri l "'. Iltintlngton. Plaintiff VM tterald McCobh Plaintiff I vs. '
p last Thursday from Nashville :Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Strickland Z7 1 H. 1945.LI'FIC1A1. P.tilldlnir Jacksonville I Florida Robert I lluntlngton I:. I: :, : . Margaret Del",trgy McCohb, Defendant. ?

Tenn., where she was the guestof and son Johnnie of Graham were ,. S," A I.) A. J. Thomas. I Any. fr I'lf.| 7.:? 4b 8.iT No. 3911.Oltll1tt Case No. !3440ORDER 1. :
Aa Clerk of wild Court. OF PttRLICATIOM\ p
relatives for two weeks she guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. C. '1'. Frank andrum. Slurke. Florida OF. PUBLICATION' ANn NOTICR 'l'() APPEAR\': I
> AND i NOTICE TO>> A! '
Your :\0'1'14'1'1 I'I.ICTIOKOli AllSTATE .
Start was accompanied by her sister, Davis last weekend.A. Ally for Pit. 8-i; u Ii." 'r \, IIKKII OF. FLORIDA to: Mr Margaret STATE DeLargy OF FLORIDA McCobh to:whose Mrs 't'itllress

War Planning Mrs. Harry Gilmore who is now ;rniitY.yri. e Hill "t.. 1NII-J Robert, Hunllngton whose Residence IN-1222 lIt Marks Av.,
Post 1.. Tucker and J. M. Carrln icmriiT IiPttiWOhi>> ) S-OT1CJS' 18 HEREBY ()lViN. AddrettM IM % Oeorge. lluntlngton I I
Brooklyn, N. Y.
Your visiting her and Mr. North. of East Point visited Mr. and Mrs. r'OR.eIt V.: VI.OII1111 I 1'\1 4.'It.UI'II..n"y that Ruby A. hayes, the holder. of ( Brother), .1112 Hamilton. You are required to appear on

By Placing During the past week Mr. and J. L. Williams from Friday until 8: Schac-hiur. rinlntlff. vs..1.1lII..rgar..t the Maid following certificates certificate for has filed Avenue Robert ,I lluntlngton Brooklyn New whoMii York.I'uxt; of-Mr. August: 81, 1945, In the above nan'-

Order Now For Mrs. J. M. Bradley have had with Sunday.Mrs. 1 Oswald Mchachter I:).. be IxMued thereon. The a tax certificate deed to rl,'" Address Is. ... Minnie huntington >> ed Court seeks and divorce.cause,Bradford wherein County plaintiff ,
fendant. Cane ,Ni..
them SC 3-c 8935. numbei'M and of Mother), 839ft Parson Hlvil, I
James M. Bradley of years issuance the Telegraph shall puhllMh this Order
Appliances C. H. Cope went to Jacksonville OIlDEIl OF I'l'HLICATIOM description of the property, and' Jamaica. U 1. New York; and Mr I In next. four weekly Issues.Witness .
These Washington D C., Mrs. J. B. Tuesday to spend several ANT> NOTICK TO APl'EAH I.I.STATE the name" In wMch It wan assessed. Robert: lluntlngton whose ItunlnessAdilresa I my hand and official '
OF PUOIUOA to: Mar. .. ) Is % 5. H.V.. 8. FarlMh,
Treadwell of Statham Ga. Mr. are a followM: seal at Mtnrke, Florida, this August I
weeks with her mother Mrs. Ada Karat Oswald He hut liter. Apt. DO CerUflcnte No. 216. Year of lanuance Standard, \ Oil ('0. of N. J., % Postmaster 8, 1945.41)i"l"i'IAL. .
BENDIXAUTOMATIC and Mrs. Gerald Cox and daughter Hubert. A Kxtension Tunesls. North Drive Utterly Ilom..s 1' 1941.Deacrlptlon. New York N. Y. ( SEAL A..1. Thomas)

: Lois Irene of Roswell, Ga. You Charleston. H. C. 1 1S"Pt""b..r of Properly: You are enquired to appear on As Clerk of suld Court, j
Mid-day dinner guests of Mr. are required to appear on : Lot as Indian Beach Sec. 35 A August 24th., 1945 In the above Walter C. Ilardesty, Dayton. j ,
HOME LAUNDRY acd Reese Bradley and Mr. land and Mrs. M. C. Roberta Srd 194,! : In the abovenamed 36. TIII'f". 8 s. R. UoJ.?. named. Court and cause wherein Beach.. 11'11A Ity. for Plf.
Mrs. Vance Geiger and son, Bradley Mondaywere Court anil cause. wherein Name In which .assessed. : O. J, plaintiff seeks divorce antI, restor 8-3 41 8-24.
Mrs. Dana Duke of Lake divorce. Bradford l3rva,,t.
HOT POINT of Jacksonville.With I County Telegraph Khali publish' All of Maid property .being In the .

REFRIGERATORS her mother and sister Gainesville.Butler and Mrs. G. W. Hunter of I sues.Witness this Order In next four weekly Is County Ida. of Bradford. State of Flor U '

Mrs. Rhame and Mrs. Starr respectively my hand and official LJiiless Much certificate or certlflcateH .
RANGES During the past week Charles Real at marks,. Florida, thin August shall be redeemed according
Earl I
of Mrs.
Hampton .
Int., 1945.OFFICIAL
HEATERS to law the property described In
of Tallahassee has been
WATER Chesser and three children of ( SEAT.) A. J Thomas, such certificate or rertlflcatee will
visiting his uncle and aunt-in-law An Clerk of unlit. Court. I be no hi to the highest bidder at
These Become AvailableWe Hellbronn Springs spent Friday Dr. and Mrs. R. P. Stubbins. T. Frank. l.andrum "Stacks, Florida the. court house door on the first O74(77Dine
9 Orders In with Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Chesser Atty for I'lf. 8-3 4t g-24 Monday In month of Soptembor

Will Fill Guests of Mr. and Mrs. P. S. I" -: iT. 1 1945 uhlrh\ la the 3rd. day of Sep.
and family. CUIt''IT CO! | 1UIAI>KOIIIc tember, 1945.
Order of Application Crews last weekend were Mrs. J. ;'UI Sly. FLoinuti IN: (:IU'II:' Dated. 1 this 24th., day of July
Farm ladies who went to Camp
C I'll: I V
W. Willard of Tampa Mr. and 1945
Blanding Tuesday evening to assist Carrie C. Pippin Plaintiff "'Olrd OFFICIAL- SEAL) A. J. Thomj
fULL LINE the Red Cross lu serving refreshments Mrs.! George Rivers of Graham L. Pippin. Defendant., Case No. Clerk of Circuit Court of Bradfo 2
Bill Rivers and Mr. and Mrs. County Florida. 7-27 4t 8-
to soldiers who have oiiDEn OF prnLicATioNrANI
{WIRING SUPPLIES returned from Mrs. Waldo Pringle and children Har- I s NOTICE TO( AI'PKAK iv vu iti't ir ('0' It'I', mi \POII" i>
overseas were ry and Mary Elizabeth of Au- STATE OF FU>HIDA to! $-& ICI. ('Sb, >'M. FMUIIDtl s IV ('11.\\-
Martin Grlner Mrs. J. A. Bouvier. Olrd L. Pippin, 83669M5, Hq. Co, ( 1011: 5'0.
J. J. R. burndale. Returning to their 12th Hn., 29th In?. I\.gl.: .A PO 360 Laura" Sleeks Wllllamn" Plaintiff /&odC)
Mrs. M. Mrs.
I Electric Motors Hembree homes with these relatives were % Postmaster New York, New VM. ')'rov11111'/ '''', Defendant., Case.
Kite, Mrs. Bob Barkley and Mrs. York. NO. siioa.!
Mrs. Emma Rivers and Patricia You are required, to appear on (Ill I.(Ut OF PUBLICATION ,.
If Fluorescent W. O. Stringfellow. Willard of Tampa who have been Slut day of AuiriiKt. 194B, In the AND NOTICE To APPEAR
Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. above. named Court and "10110'", 8TATH OF 1 FLORIDA to: Troy
FIXTURES & STRIPS E. G. Land were Mr. and Mrs. visiting weeks.Mr. and Mrs. Crews forseveral wherein plaintiff County u Telegraph.e e k. divorce.llrndford shall. 'William. whose residence. la Unknown. WILL REOPEN SEPTEMBER 6th

Roscoe Land Mrs. Sullivan Mrs.' publish thin Cider. In next four You are. required to appear on

[I Decca RecordsI Mary Hodges and three sons and Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Andrews weekly issues '" AugiiMt 20th 1945 In the above '
In Crescent City Saturdayas \VltneHB my luinil and official named' I Court and cause, wherein,
were ,
Miss Jackie Cason, all. of Ocala. 1 veal at ,; ark., Florida this. JulyCO.'ICIAL plaintiff seeks. divorce I IlrndfortlCounty
Exhaust Fans Miss Land who has been guests of Mrs. Roy McMllluu. 80th t!H ( Telegraph Him 11 publlnli this -- -- -
Myra Mr. and Mrs., Roy Roberts, Jr. . SRAL) A. J. Thomas O'd"r In next four weeklv .
working In the central part of the An Clerk of aald Court 'Viti.Iias. hnnd and official IN THE SOUTHEASTMore
also of Tampa spent the weekend with Kock II. Douglas. (lulneiivlllA, Fin. Meitl at Htarke, Florld.i. thIs July
[I Flashlights state for more a year Ally for Plf. 8-S and Deer than other I
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Roberts Sr. 4t 8-24 16th t945 people drink Atlantic Ale any
BATTERIES came Sunday and will. now be at (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thonrnn.Ait .
AND Mrs.: R. E. Morris and three
"lelk ..f Maid, .Court.
/, IN' rlll'IT ('(51 KT. lilt 41)YOIRil>> T. Frank, . Htarke, Florida
children of Live Oak are visiting 1..lndruan.
[I Hot ShotB.'ITERIES FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Johnson. ((111'(SI: "1''.1"%, FLOIIIIJtl i l\' fll\.N.: Atty. for Plf. T-20 4t 8-10 Jjeai1H1.4t.te

Anna Corner Call and Christian Sts. John Julian Defendant. Cane Ni, IV ('IIU" I'r ('01 HT. III'0111)>>
Kev. \V. O. Smedley Pastor C S C S a S . S SPine 391S. ('(Si "'l't KI.OIIIII>> IV Iii t's*
onnnti OF ptntLiCATtoNAM
It Delta Lanterns Services as follows: :: NOTICK TO ApPUAHSTATE John Volovar Plaintiff. V...

Bible School each Sunday at Level (OF" "FLOKIDA toJohn Minnie Pauline. Volovar Defendant,
Cuite -***- :I4ItI "
Julian whose rest| itctiee! Mnknown. -
It Duo Therm 10'a. in.Preaching. ORI'KR: OF PUBLICATIONAND
and communion services Hy !Mrs. II. M. McRae_ You arc required to appear r>nAuvuMt :NOTICK; TO APPEAR lGuJ'1f'JmmIImCIIDDWammrnmmHDlIJmmmJmcnt
HEATERS a a a S C S S . S S S S 21th., 194i In tins above. STATE: OF FIXHilDA to: Minnie
at 11 a. m. and 8:00: p. m. Pauline Volovnr whiiMn mldrem IN
nil 'ml Court and wherein
each Wednesday : :; .u'"n.1: 125 King. !Stn-ct. (Charleiitoii South I
Bed Prayer meeting Rev. W. E. Hall was called to pla/ntlff aceke dlvon re toratlon 1
[t Lamps Carol I n luYou
of maiden llradfnrdCounty
at 8:00: p. m. Dublin, Ga. Friday by the serious TeleKraph: name,,hull: p u l> Huh I are required, to appear on
In aiS'elie
Iltn, the
August :29th.
illness of his sister, who died Sun- thin Order In next four weekly
I DeskLamps lniflieH.VltnenK. ,nei Court and cause, wherein
Funeral services' were plaintiff HeekK d4.vorrn. Bradford
day night. \ my hand and official
Mhall publish
held Tuesday afternoon. J. E. Real 21. l)4i.OFFICIAL!at! .Utarke, !Florida thin July Order County In Telegraph next four weekly IxMuen.WltneMM .

Murrhee of Milliard conducted' ( SEAL: ) A. J. Thoman.An ,my hand and offlr' al

Radio ServiceIVINKLER Sunday services' at Pine Level In Clerk of BOld Court. Meal at Htarke, Florida. thin July

TOR ACID INDIGESTION the pastor's absence. Walter C. Ilardi-ety. Dnytona Ileacli.Fin. INth.OFFICIAL lMr!1 SEAL) A. J" Thomas, ,.-$. Is Asbe CLeie.. NeStS. tt f ,
Plf. 7-27 4t 8-1T
Atty. for --- -' -
AM. Clerk. of Maid Court. T1NOW
Mr. and Mrs. H. M. McRae and -- -
Htarfce, Florida'
T. Frank I.iindrum
family were visiting Mr. and Mrs. 'CU "'F'. "'1.01111'I'IIl1tJJFOlI1J('11.\- Atty. for Plf 7-20 4t 8-10' ( umnummG) JUKDG1com.cnmmm ll

E. J. McRae at Waldo Friday.Mr. ('i'ltV.lions: iv ('IIU'II'r Slit-lIT hit tIF0Ilt) THE STARKE AREA
I'rlhb Owens, Plaintiff vs. SERVING
and Mrs. A. F. Hall and Von Owens, Defendant.. Case No. I ('01'111'' .'1.011111.I'll' ('II t'! *

BISMA-REX children of Jacksonville are 'foItY. .
3915.nnrslclt OH1. PUBLICATION Eloise' Barfleld Harvey Plaintiff
spending a few days here with AND NOTICE! TO Al'1'1Alt I VH.' Charles Clifton Harvey Defendant. . c
Cane No. 3403.
4D relatives.M. Owens, whose address Is. % Mrs. ORDER: OF PUBLICATION( We cordially Invite the public to v 1
as guestsfor TO
Electric Service M. Phillips AND '
Kva Tanner, No. Ilemlnif-
the week-end. Mrs. Arthur way tooth Carolina. STATE OF FLORIDA residence to Charles. ,In drop by and inspect our fine new j
Clifton $
and Miss Dorothy Ber- You are required' to appear on Harvey dairy on Hood 48 east of Starke.
226 Unknown.
Temple Avenue Store Ramsey August 27th.. 1945 In the above
Carpenter's Drug genthaue of Tampa and Mr. and named Court and cause wherein You are required to appear on A fine herd of dairy cows and the I '
seeks divorce and restoration August 20th 1945, In the above
Mrs. L,. G. Conesly of Wauchula.Miss plaintiff of maiden name. Hradfnrit named Court and cause, wherein. most modern of sanitary equip- I

Lucile Barnes of Risingwas County Telegraph. shall publish plaintiff seeks .Ivor.... Bradford ment insure our customers a ( I,
dinner guest of his Order In next four weeklyWitness County Telegraph shell publish thin
a Sunday Issues. Order In next four weekly Issues. quality product. '
e qIIODY Miss Gwendolyn McRae.H. my hand and official witness my hand and official,'
seal at Starke, Florida this. July seal at Starke Florida this July I
g 4.1fl'c'1 M. McRae and daughter. 24. 1945.! 181 h. .J945.CIo'FICIA'. PLACE YOUR OICDEK NOW FOU DAILY DELIVERY 11;
Mrs. Robert Myrick and Allen (OFFICIAL ,mAL) A. J. Thomas. SEAL) A..1. Thomas,
the bedside of E. J. As Clerk of ...Id Court.T. *" Clerk of said Court.T. f
: Hall visited Frank Lnmlrum. IJlark..Florhll1, Frank l.andrum, Btarke, Florida. '

EVER: McRae at the hospital In Gainesville AU). for ('If. T-27 4t H-17 Atty. for Plf. 7-20 4t 8.10 STARKE MODEL DAIRY !
J EATING Sunday afternoon.Mrs. iv rmriir roi HT. hIlt \"Fonn iv riHrrir roriiT. IIHI>FOil II P
I ENJOYSA' B. ),,1. McRae was visiting Oil "'F' .',..OIUIII'll' (:11.\\-: (MfVTl. ', FI.OHIIJtl' 'C'lltNLeatrlce 1 W. II. NEWSOM. Owner I

'T Mrs. Jack Prather at Crosby C;HH V.Oeorife .Tu.ka. Plaintiff vs. OlnaValewlr Cl:,,V. Swann. Plaintiff I vs. Route 2 l'hone'.1' i t

Lake Sunday afternoon.Mr. \ Tusks. Defendant. Case. Joseph C. fciwann. Defendant. Case Box 299 83 ;

The PAFDelicious \\K CAFE and Mrs. Paul Bridges Mr. and of N" OIU 820.>BR: f>F PPHLJCATION No. 3509.CIItlEFt| OF PUBLICATION BCOTPt! )CJ<3< mtlCIOIUOOrIlDmlC'lOKumIOOlClI! ! IcJcm: )mmmcnmcnml r I ,,.

Starke were visiting AND NOTiCE 'l'() APPEAIl: AND NOTICE. TO APPEAR ,
af 10Ir"! STATE OF FIXDRIDA lor JosephC. ;
H. M. McRae Saturday STATK' (W Frxillir :
Mrs. 415 East Swann whose residence la Un- '
0111" Walewlr Tuska.
ternoon. 9th Street' Mrs. Tessle. Walewlc known. Place *
(Mother). New York. N. Y. You are required to appear on Old Sarge's :
U..OIID. In the abovenanixd
iv nnn IT (0"liT. 1111 You are required to appear on August 2i'"h. 1945 .
Meals .
R egular (:It'OJ' Court and cause. wherein
( ('4)1 "T'., f'I.IIIII"I'll I August 21lh. 1K45; In the abovenamed divorce and custody

Healthful VeShort :getabl Plates .\nto';:'Uo .. AltamopPlaintiff Defendant. ,Case vs. Court....,ks.and dlvorre.cause HriulforH wh..r..lnplaintiff of plaintiff Child shall seeks Bradford publish. ] this County. Order Telegraph In STARKE'S ORIGINAL .j,

Kdward Altamure. County Telegraph nhall publish "
Orders No a943. this. Ordur. In next four weekly next four weekly hand Issues.Witness l anti. official '
PUBMCATIcr* my 1
OP .
Wltne my hand and official seal. at Starke" Florida, this JulyO'FFICIA'L ARMYSTORE

- -----.------..--------'- .. seal at Starka, Florida this July. ( : }? PEAL! A.: J. Thomas, ,
--------- 25. 1945.OFFICIAl..
SHAD A. J. Thomas, A. Clerk of Maid Court.
( '
1 ; J. H. Harrison Jacksonville FilL.Atty.
TT An Clerk of suld Court.
Man Walter C. Hardesty. Daytona B..Mh.Fla. . for Plf. 7-20 4t 8-10 :

You re a Service ., Atty. fur Plf. T-27: 4tlT iv ruin IT roi HT. nil' \UFOII1I1' rr srssrr srsesrserrrSS .

iv 'IIU"Tr (01111' VIII tirOiil>> ) fOI'VTl.' "' 1oIUnI'll 4.11.\11-
fl.Ultlllil' 1.15.1'- ('f:..Y. Authorized '

I and are looking lorthe Kvsl'yn I('fU'II'I"IItt': "nrandt, Irftvln Plaintiff. James Mary' Wood R. Woodworth.worth. Plaintiff.Defendant.vs. Ily The War Department 4 ,

hF vs. Abraham Levlne, Defendant.C" "'OR7DER9VV: PITnLI.ATYON'ANr' _

at ORFHIt. E)51'
right things STATE (IF' FIXJRIDA to:
worth whose residence '
STATE OF FUItIDA to: Abraham R. Wood Operated : .
and I
whos residence
LevIne address Is Mr. Abraham You: are required to appear on By Ex-Soldier '
post office above an
right pTicesSHAFK August 27th.. 194S In the
Province o* CamaKiiey -
I ir .Levlne, Cascorro. ntmed, Court and cause wherein ,.
.bar"1ulr..l plaintiff ..eks divorce. Bradford - '
; You, r to appear Telegraph shall pub hell 4
In the abnv.nam.d County
August 24th., J945 weekly"witness .
next four
Court and cause wherein this Order In 1
seeks dlvorre. Bradford J
plaintiff hnnd and official
my .
County this Order Telegraph In next shall four publish weekly seal at Htarke, Florida this July ALL MILITARY SUPPLIES

'issues. '(1.OFFVciAL> SEAL) A. J. Thomas JEWELRY
hand and official NOVELTIES
Witness my Aa Clerk of said ('nun.Ii. .
seal at Htarke. Florida this July If. Dunrun Jacksonville. Fin.
N'SI 25. 1945. for Plf. 7-:T 4t 8-17
1FFICIAISEAL) A. J. Thomas.As Atty.

Clerk of said Court.
Hardesty.. Daytona Beach. iv fiiicrir ('ni HT nn iiivoiiii
C. ,
Walter } ' FI.4>HII) % IV' (:11 I''OJ- Ben Suslow'sArray : J
Fla., Atty. for 2-:! '-27 tt 8-1T ( (>l VTV' I
<(<: : .
iv ciRfiiT roi'I.T. \Of'O'UI e. "$, .bOlyl", Plaintiff ..... Nan"yyjnw..r. hi
.. Defendant. Case
I (0' "r'_ FLOUIII" IVKathJyn .11"1-: Xchuyler

"The Store All Soldiers Know"I Walbach Plaintiff No. 0Vr? !.ER OF PL'IfLICATlOV I Store

vi T Joseph tf. .u.u.rj r., D.fen.d"nt AND NOTICE' TO APPEAR :
I {'a". Nn. 59i9.onflElt

i JEWELRY\ UNIFORMS GIFTS STATS!' 'NOTICE OF nil'FLORIDA PIJf"LI"ATIOA'tO TO APPEAR to: lit.( Lt. Carnllna.105 First Hchuyler! Street Florence whose addressIs Mouth 209 E. Call Street Starke, F1a.t :, 'I

on "
to appear
Joseph ff. haIler Jr.. whom renl- You are required ,- ..
-- p dence and address Is 01321923. 14th August/ 27th. 1 4S In the above
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__ ,
.tof ...

f with currently abort ipplles. more than 100,000,000 pounds during
a 12-moath period without
I Deploring widespread rumorsthat requiring: the use of additional t t-

soap! would be rationed. Williams fats and oils.! U J V'
cited Secretary of Agriculture The added use of "builders",

Clinton P. Anderson's state he said, will not decrease the
Vy CENTER I ment that no much action will cleaning quality of anhydrous I I'ii'RvEY

,, be authorized. He appealed to soaps; nor will the governmentorder ,
housewives to rtiscont'rue' the change In any way the
of raiding the shelves of formulas used in bar I Mt CH %'!E. OVERSeAi Skis iRECTlO MIC
kl t practice present INTHB NAN/X;WAS:tUCICV INOUOEO WilHAroiy pRE6
stores as soon as new shipments soaps or fine fabric granulatedor TpM0IEAI.JIF 1fIATCHOSE4tlt OGH-N0TONQMQIET kPRELEN
of soap arrives flake lloopB.Thieves Al. WIS.LYASsole 01 t-ryERRECEIVEFR4 '

I I I I Effective August/ 7. soap manufacturers -

1d will be required to use Get $100 iHARVPY6
additional quantities
AIR LIFT RECEPTION SEPARATION INDUCTION BOitenlnff "builder" materials In From lOc Store

DISPOSITION STATION CENTER their products, which will resultIn
CENTER STATION ( an increase of about 10 per ImmffJlately after 12 noon Sat HAVE Ba Aaeke6Cwoule M4a1'Ea
cent in the output of heavy-duty urday someone entered the OR Qrooi 'p fits

soap. This Williams said should Southern 5 and 10 cent store on CARiFVANNIN6: .

FLOWN FROM CLASSIFIED PROCESSED CIVILIANS provide more soap! for civilians. I Gall St. from the alley to the HO THH ABT1CI. S _
DlHCUSHlng the "soap raids" reported rear and took approximately $100 SECURELY A MIA 1 y.C
.EUROPE FOR FOR GOING I In various sections recently from the safe in the back room. a sWTTt1RA0GRAS.. WAS

REROUTED DISCHARGE OR DISCHARGE INTO Secretary Anderson said: The theft was discovered as soonas I I

RECEPTION FURLOUGH AND SERVICE "They (the housewives have been the manager, Mrs. Nita Dobbs SO.WHE N SEN OINe
fear returned from lunch and the P4CKAGES OVEi ,,
STATIONS NEW DUTY doing this because they soap po- l 4 \
I lice called immediately.A Do S6iN0ARTicLE3
rationing. They have misinterpreted were
Leham's statement
6 1 14ilt fingerprint expert from Ral- PICTURES,
concerning the needs of Eu- ford took prints from the safe c orooos.SJ1AU CAicES CANDIE,

I, , rope as a tip that there might be Sunday and every effort Is being / 8001cs, cooltles S,
THE ARMY'S REDEPLOYMENT- SET-UP soap rationing In America. made to apprelurd: the person or I 5ERVICEWA'1 HE TAXCYTaQ
J Drum tin* th rodfp'oynivnt, of .o'dln' i linn brought nntn* of II...* new ArmyorKfinlMatlonft uniform .If nuedud. and partial payment' to cover bom salwnaa. "If we were to have soap rationing persons guilty.Council \\Ii GAME SETS, FRUIT
a'F' ,l boron th..oldlrn.l and Ih. Hftnornl public/ Camp. Men who hav. .been:: huapltallwd.\ or war prlaoner abroad to toIlodmtrtbutlon It would be necessaryfor PLAYING CARDS, CIGARETTES
lilnndlna' Villa: Hiilutifm VIC/ h.. prftpurvri the ahoy chart Btatlona after their vlult home, while th.r* into SHE HAD RESISTED THE ,
with iloHct' 'Ipti" v. '/nfnrmaUoo to how how the et-up work. poet. a* SMlvnMl: at the Reception Htatlon.. : The Camp I me, as Secretary of Agriculture Issues TEMPTATIONITf4 I PIPES. KN111EDSr
": k ,Zldpluym: lntaMiKtlonw an croiipfd 'In Wr eiin.rtntnt Illandlnir Iternpllon Htatlon handle all Floridians. and other, , to authorize it, and I do not THE PRESENTS' BATCH OP ETC- 6TC .
t I toriMmnfll C'vntar, which may or may not Itulud All. U.; unit ... lucntod to serve all 01. a. rope to their home.. as "n..Ibl. I _
s.4 llnt Kl nlH>v.-the four ..!....,. bulnir C*.nii tllanilltiK, roup. At ./ .. Itucoiulon Station do NOT handle Uchurf. Ih. plan to Issue such authorization. Tea Room LicenseAt HOfOB f IAOg
( the .lefti. tlm Air Lift l>lM'>o.ltion Center* offlrlally known a* Hnparatlon Centers also, dlntrlbuted' to handle loldlor fairly
..i gar i the *Uroon I'roJort". It hnndl' all mart who arrive fromIQurnp near thnlr homo, dlwharice men In a proc >* normalltaking I Operation of a soap rationing on Walnut St. Mrs. Avery told
I ,* by Air Trannport Commend. rd>ln. .t Miami' .hutlll"" up to 4H hnur. unlnM' they nerd soma .laxt..nlnut medical i, program Is Just too great a problem the regular meeting of the urday for the purpose ;
l'T. to CHiitp Htnnilln' by train' and pnmm\t\g\ \ through Ihl* pout to a treatment (Ilk. filling denial Cavltlr, ). Th* Separation I Center Council Tuesday night, the the Council members that she
{ ](.c."ptlnn HlKtinn, ,In 3(1( hour. or In*.. a. iiul>'fcly .. train* van sly a variety' ,of cininnllng ervlc on Job, 01 benefit. and to undertake now. It would City would not Bell beer terlng voters for the
b. "*...n'bl.d. Hmllar unit eleewlrere' hanilllnir own, flown by "0"0" el"l"o. Ot VIM of Illnht 'ln.ur nr.. final pay. a new be a little easier on all of if members approved the license of or hays any election
A TO plunu through Other' American airport' ., are called" "Whit uniform If needed and dl.poe of old 01 uniform for further I i us jook organs.It on Tuesday, 0'
ProJm t.". *to. NOT han'll ... .. that at Camp Blandlnir would Mrs. Avery for a tea room at
At lion
t. : <1iMhfirir' th* Army u." Htatlon such people buy sensibly, buying
N. Army'' 21 ',.:.. IoTheydo::" *, which handle all, men returned which serves Florida' where men are examined to determine ifthey her home recently purchasedfrom was decided to keep the Saturday Aug 11, n! !,
f!, fruiii 1':11"01': by .hlp or the men In *lx to 24 hour *r. should enter **rvlc*. are familiar to ninut ev.ryone. s* are I Ithe only what is needed, Instead of
}, rj liuiclflwU fur discharge or ,,,| Thou- .inception Centers which pracen men after kiduclluo lnt.1j starting runs on scarce stocks. Dr. and: :Mrs. W. B. Parks City; hall open until 5 p. m. Sat day for registration

u. Supplies will continue to flow to . . . .. . .
retail outlets let's ... -'
so buy whatwe mfasatfasmtamamma tfmmmmmam *
i'k Housewives Asked want as we need it."

k t I Not To Make "Run"On Seeking to set at rest the rumor -
of J. P.Roberts Motors
soap shortage, Williams
1 y yVie. Soap SupplyWith pointed out that the quota'of fat ,

assigned to soap manufacturers
an Increase promised fci for civilians this year is well a-

the amount of "heavy duty" laun. bove the quantity consumed In 600 TEMPLE AVE. STARKE, FLA.

dry-type soap for household uses the manufacture of soap for civilians
in this before the
J. M. Williams, state director of .
,the Commodity Credit Corpora outbreak of war In Europe. COMPLETE LINE OF
Increased use of watersoftening
'tion's Office of Supply, appealedthis "builders "
I Williams! said.
zlf week for public cooperationIn should increase the quantity of

Jai, t tJii t "sharing and playing square" heavy-duty soaps for civilians by

f? f rr+' w wI .--- VirestoneTIRES j

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i f Y l ''sas'd AGENCYConstant DODGE & PLYMOUTHSALES

'Certain popularity 81 off-campus week-end attire Is destined for the Service
Over 50 Years '
h YI, !"lI classic wool blazer toil, with white piping, rayon lined, shown above .. .. ... ." .... .
aft as pictured In the August issue of Good Housekeeping magazine. . -... .. .. . ...- IIMB. ******HVliia* rlHllB lIHHi( ***iwlRHIHHI
l O Please Phone
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.-c I We Are Very Pleased With The Cordial Reception -


M "t, HAVE the things house IT are FIXED these breaking. -days Many up that,around little you HELP once bookkeeper WANTED In floor with nalexniannhlp.-. slight Capable experi lady We Have Received From The PeopleOf

you could
.. .' them. Thin li Impossible, net but O. tog 86 or call, 161. It
maybe I cnn fix It. Ask for
Frank at Telegraph Office tf FOR SAL.R-1 young Jersey milk
cow and calf. alaI one tingle
MATTRESSES of all kind..* reno wagon and harness, At my farm Starke And Vicinity Since We Assumed
vated; furniture upholstered and near Farmers', Market Starke.
refmlahed Drop tin a card. II. A. Newaom. _itpFOR
I Z30, Palatka. Fla. I SALE
+ If -Milk! cow. with 3-
------------ --. --- -- -. month-old' heifer calf.
I? { q T CONFIDENCE UN YUUU \..LGHlGItJThat's -- at Joeurlll., Highway 13.Innulre three Operation Of The Star Store Several Weeks
30 mile north of starke. ,Joe Noe.
What You Must Have In These Days ftp

m YY ? When The Scarcity of Good New ALL FURNISHED

i+ i4 lrl, A ti Makes. The Clothes You Already Have More BOOK. A ROOM- AHEAD LIST BUSINESS YOUR PROPERTY FARM. CITY, AND, Ago. We Sincerely Trust That This Fine

Valuable Than Ever Before. You May En- FOR YOUR WIFE t ie r '
trust Your Best Things To Us With Perfect Gas. Heat In EAch RoomLARRY'S 5'1'80U'I'' 5ELr.'A Es'ldOreafeet L

t G ( .advertiser of eo...- Patronage Will Continue In The Weeks To
.. .
; 1 Confidence. (2.110O try ..,. 11.. made ever
sales of Homes Farmx_
PLACE Acreage Beiyers: from all over the
;a v World. Free) open llatlna-

ti J GREEN no lIT., $1 w 7/nn ... Temple 315 1000. KINGSLEY Feet From LAKE B Gate E. A.STROUT Reprexentn REALTY Locally AGENCY By Come, And we Assure You That We Will Do

Owner WANTED-Man or lady *
; Ave. the plnno for church to play 118 So. Walnut St.

-- FOK. .Write..v..rySunday..I.\I.-.ou.. Uo/ ,. l No.. t, Small Starke.I services 8-3 salary. alp. POSITION WANTED Graduate Our Part To Keep Our Customers Satisfied.

cot- rea-liftered nurse, available. for
tn-lUll on n 2 H acre plot of .
land duty between 8
all a. m. and 4 p. m.
% Y cleared and fenced with run "Excellent: reference, 203
nlnll'r water piped over gronndM. Washington Ave W'I .
Ideal for truck farming
{ t h '4', cottage ha 2 rooms, IIcr.eneci l
j porch and toilet with clnk and SPENCER SUPPORTS Individually
I FOR SALE I'un.'nllW"I..r' In. kitchenette all '' designed. Mr. Bertha. Pearce, lOll *
at ciittna-en. rented at |JO per month West Uadlson St. 7-a3-4tp
eai'ii. Located on highway
211. 'I'
thrsp n\lIe" east 13500. Joe Noegel.WANTED ftp In. good condition with good tlr.....
t Marvin Harper. St. Clair and 8th
w TO IUJY-Uneil electric St... etarke. Fla. 8-3 stp
fan In running condition.
9.1, Mn. B. p. AVard ftp FOR dALE Hem and fryers. .
U..lna Poultry Farm, located on REMEMBEREvery
FOR SALE One 31-month.oM old Thomas place. 8.3 4tp
Pony, gentle broke to ride one I .
new pony cart and one boy'Texas *'OK t'lAL,, 48 Inch at-
Very Attractive Home ",. saddle, one set buxa-y har tic fan, never ua..d. "Tlllman".
ness and one set work hitmen., Ute. 2. Box 1118. Kln..sley Lake.
all new 113.1. See Cecil 4 Douglas S-I alp
'" at Tip Top Orocery.

rrr COWS cream STRAYED rnlored Jersey OR STOLEN cow with WANTED Day Is Bargain Da]

Excellent Location brand 2t! on -lht hip; SR! reel
dehorned WHITE
now ; 3 calves, r hel. WOMAN:
fera and 1
male Anybody h"r. ,
ingany Information (concerning HOUSE
the whereahouls. .
of the** cow
pleaae notify Mr.. Elsie nvadley. LIVE ON PRE.'OSESFA.lILY
t! Price $6,000' Half Cash Rte. a, Box 383. Starke. itp OF THREENO

FOR SALE-1 desk 4 ladder-back CHILDREN .
S5J1"' and 1 extension leg tabl. .. .
Temple Ave. '
irM. ip
Answer Box 66
FOR aAUE-L. C. Smith typewriter
with wW. carriage. Good condu Lake Geneva, FJa.FOR .
a4'' tlon. A. F. Murrhee., Road 4H Ito

R' { FOR HE\/T-; <'ompletely furnh.had SALE-Mi..lonary' '
W. T. CLUTE ilfflcera" on only.Lak.. Kahr rnrl'. plant by the bed T.strawberry C. Craw'
REALTOR Inn FI... ford. nte. 2. Box* TO Stark.
S.J Stp
the Iowthr pears ItKIVB
Power Saw plenty per buah.l. Rd. 26.
L 119 EAST CALL STREET, ,STARKE of practical power for well lns-nir." l balanced| l" pulpwood l. more fr. 1\1. Merritt. Long 8-3 R.ldll'lip

1' and farm ,,
use than .
A Ay the market. If any." on VAUIKTIKd.. :: of cal llIum" In
auk cans. 115 cents each
.. ; whIt. rab
i ion bits, fl
pLakeland. 0aaason14tn7d0 each. Mr. Cone Kte.
i 2. EX)* J4S 11. Stark.. II.' alp

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