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 24, 1945
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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: VID04929
Source Institution: University of Florida
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of Mindanao Ducks Rudely Invaded ,


GItrmored Patrol", Sgt. Anderson Says . BRADFORD

kreig Led by Sporting Florida General

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Mindanao. P. I. man (Mobile), who loafs about Official County Publication Established In 1877
Army port* the Inspector General's
nao 15 Office most of the \'OLU\IIiI'SIXTY'lStVE.
bunting (I'OuncJ- day-until Division < BTA1tKE t"LOIUDA. t'IUU.U', AtOl1ST! :24, 19.\: NlT\USEIt: 4
hapPY for .shooting Jap" wide Inspections begin FOUTY-'OtJU ,
lI"t pot this latter shortly-says of the ducks: "God,
although/ limit) out. there are a million of 'em. So Farm TotalIn : tt
((With no more bag palatablePJ. closely packed! that you Just aim Ticket PreparedFor Locker Plant

",q the at the 'mass and start shootingand 3L Qua/ity Of 71erct

General Joseph C. you were bound ,to hit a Bradford s . e
i ",I. our assistant Dixie few.. C. P., with his carbine, Election loBe Built F
1 dispatched two ducks but was "
able to recover but one from the ,
flooded paddy. Crjy about half Shows DeclineThe A jury of his peers had more mercy on Charlie
September I llth I H.
the slaughtered ducks-which, by Allen than he showed for Charles II. Montgomerytheman By A. Lawson

1 the way, are called pnlo De" he killed.
corn-1 Monte number of farms In .
non-migratory ducks Brad
recovered from the rice marsh--were by ford County shows a steady decline By his own confession, Charlie Allen: murdered Charles The City Council met Tuesday. Proponed construction of a $30,. 4'
; over the H. \ night and prepared the "ticket"for 000 freezer locker and cold storage I J
the hunters. Canine retrieverswere past several years, Montgomery at dusk on April 27. According to his own the regular election
city which
left at home although figures Indicate that the unofficial statement to officers here plant was announced yester- j
and when we police he decided to do will be held Tuesday Sept 11, day by H. A, Lawson, experiencedmeat : I
say home we don't average number of acres in each it while eating in'the Guidon
commanded the mean our Individual farm supper Grill. Also according Mayor Charles A, Dniby and man who has been engaged ;
Dxle'! Division's Malaybalay camp area. This has Increased. to his statement after the trial, he is well satisfied with City Clerk Carl Johns are unop- In the wholesale: and retail meat

62nd Infantry Proving himself! the party's 86T farms county, according now has to a the total of the verdict, and he isn't sorry he did it. Not at all. posed for re-election. business hero for the past 11yean
Brigade at Blan- ace shot gun hunter, General preliminary Contesting for the two vacancies *. ;
Hutchison abided count of returns of the "I only cheated him out of a few years of life," he told coming
ding in '40 and by all the. 1945 Agricultural up on the City Council Mr. Lawson stated that freezer
.portllm 's rules and killed and census, as com- officers who carried him to the State Prison at Ilaiford 30( areV.: 10[. Edwards U A. }looker
'41.commander He became In recovered eight of the midget In pared 1935 with This 901 In 1940, and 942 minutes after Circuit Judge A. Z. Adkins had sentence Canova, U, A, IMnhop, and Paul available plant without machinery priority Is now and: .

?, Divlnlon Bowie, Texas, when: duck. (for they weigh only a- by Harry was C Edwards announced, today him to life imprisonment. tone would have lived but a few L. Bridges Mr, Edwards: la ask- that he Is ready to go ahead

f',t Camp of the division ell.4 bout two pounds) by carefully visor for the 1945 farm census super-In more years, anyway." Later he casually remarked that at ing for. re-election, while the' other with the construction of the
.Wtlon\ picking hIs shots the Third Florida Census DistrIct least his victim "died with a full stomach. lie ate $1.25 councilman whose term expires building as soon as ho can obtaina
;ally the General (he's al- Sgt. Laurie Hosford (Lake with headquarters at Gainesville worth of shrimp for supper that night". candidate next month for-rod ro-electlon.Torode-ls not a sufficient number of concrete .

lookout for a hunt- City), the tommy gun toter, blazed The total land !la farms in blocks. !
the A I
i L on expedition) located away with some 100 rounds as Bradford County, according to Such is the man, the 20-year-old ex-sailor, the self. Alvarez Starke's veteran The plant will bo constructed I
fishing Chief of Police, has In
Boned rice paddy seven Sfhe( were beating off a Jap the preliminary 1945 census confessed murderer with an unfavorable Navy discharge, the person of Ben C. HolUendoif, on the property between his present '
wt of Malaybalay that banzai attack single handed, but count, was 92,452 acres, as compared printed on telltale yellow paper, who received last Thurs a member of the force for the market and the Depot Cafeon
1St t overflowing with ducks when the smoke cleared away on- with 56,068> acres In 1940, day a full share of the mercy that he had denied to Char past several years. Mr. Alvarez Washington St.. Mr. Lawson
and breeding upon the ly four ducks lay dead upon the and 57,175 acres In 1935. Averagesize les II. Montgomery. had expected to retire from the stated. These lots were recently I
thereupon he organized aid Held, two of which he retrieved of farms shown In the force purchased! from D K. Knight and
this fall
pre and
a special
Brutal almost beyond belief is the story that unfoldedIn pen
1945 H. V, Knight Housed In the {
Waif hunting party of Pfc. Conatantlnos A tha Diam- census count for sion bill was passed for him at
officers and-half enlistedThe aotldes, (short title "(Charley") Bradford County was 107 acres, a sweaty courtroom here last week. The story of a the last session of the state legis structure will be a room 20x30.
party's' ordnance-- is .the General's Greek-born, Or- as compared with 62 acres In wealthy Miami-bound lumberman who made the fatal mis- lature. containing 300 freezer lockers; a,
\ three 12-guage automatic lando orderly, and Is an Intimate 1940( and 61 acres In 1935. take of stopping near Atlanta, Ga., to pick up a young hitch However, cold storage room 20x30: ; a meat

guns! a Thompson sub- friend of Bill Carnaslon, owner : In announcing the 1945 census hiker, thumbing a ride south. The story of an elderly man In setting up some the technical city's proposed delay curing room 20x30; a market

ne gun, two .45 calibre of Starke's Park picture palace. totals of farms and land In farmsIn who gave a guy a lift, bought his meals along the way and pension system has made it necessary 20x30; and restaurant quarters
Uc pistols, 12 carbines, He slew one and lost one-the Bradford County, Supervisor then was murdered and dumped in a ditch for his trouble. for Mr. Alvarez to run the 30x30. Mr. will Lawson also stated that ,

rte peeps. I ask you, what same one-With his carbine Bet- Edwards pointed out that the fig- The story of a heartless guy who sat across a restaurant again If he wants to be eligiblefor small layout smokehouse include a
could the poor liT ducksagainst ter luck next time, Charley. ures are preliminary and sUbject table, eating the food another fellow was paying for and pension

t this blltzkreiging. Others to the party knockedover to correction. Final tabulations deciding to kill him for his Cadillac''' automobile, his diamond be Tim freezing machinery will '

armored patrol 7 a few, recovered fewer, but of Bradford County farm census ring, his hand-tooled Mexican belt, and the plentiful supplyof Junior Hostess Titus installed Olson, local and electrician maintained, and by '
to the hunting returns will be
route made
the number of dead ducks on by the
cash that his wallet contained.
1111 shortly after dawn, them hand at the conclusion of the engagement Bureau of the Census and announced Training Course insulation will consist of 0 and
\ detained by nash- amounted to thirty from. Washington when These things Charlie Allen was wearing at the time of Conducted 8-lncli cork walls.
ut t pnrp bridge, BO General When the posse bounced back to completed, Mr. Edwards\ said. his arrest-but there was also a watch A fine watch, with Mr Lawson plane a complete

Mwn descended from hIs the bivouac, a session of feastingand Montgomery's name peculiarly inscribed across the face, Day at tha Starke USO meat processing service, Including
I uJ pitched Into the repair rejoicing centered about the Health Unit Here No one knows where the watch is now. Club was eel 1 ebrated by "Open slaughtering and butchering when ,
Bona with the others; he thirty fried ducks, rice, and delicious House", the military, their wives the customer desires
je the flr-t peep alone s- duck gravy. Due to their Without Director The widow of Charles II. Montgomery would like very and local citizens taking advant-

I the nim..y structure thirty rice diet, the flesh which Is 100 Since August 1st much to have. it. At the end of trial, after the sentencewas age of the hospitality there of- Vet Assistance

IIPI' bier to tent It. It held. percent "dark" meat, was sweet pronounced, she stepped over to clasp the hand of fered. Informal games were the Available Here NowM.
hunting patrol arrived, ex- and the "fishy" taste that duck The Starke branch of the Clay- Allen's mother-as almost any woman would have done pleasure of the happy hours
for & battering from the meat usually has was consplclous Bradford Health Unit Is enter Grasping at a last straw. Mrs. Montgomery spoke quietlyto ) Last Wednesday the monthly Bryson, manager of the I j. i
i,at the rice paddy withoutr by, Its absence. ing Its fourth week without the Allen: "Won't you tell me where the watch is now?" birthday party was held with the Veterans Administration Facilityat

k'cident: G-2d the feath- Yes, they had a duck dinner services of' a regularly assigned "I told you before I don't know where the watch is, birthdays of wives whoso birth. Bay Pines, announces that J + )
Oand\ mapped out their,
Since the fall In the
physician. resignationof days month of Augustbeing '
1 -the General brought the he scowled. Later he heartlessly contact representative will be on, ,,
lipi I
operations. and I'm telling again,
Dr. Irving R. Abrams, effec- you honored. Pretty gifts were (duty from 9 a. m. to.4 p. m each,
Iter Sergeant: Charles PoU ducks., remarked that "The old . . thinks more of the
tive August 1; the operation in presented the honorees and lovely day at the courthouse for the

Clay and Bradford. Bounties has watch than._shdoes.of ,Montgomery.! birthday place cards grpc' /il the I purpose of, fut'nishy.g Information ,I w I rand
McCall To- Receive' Silver Star been without>> a' director It Is So the jury recommended mercy' for Charlie Alen"am! places ofthone''' present: "A* K lnMltuic, 'te lMtxgwYVk4'? men ;:- g ," m
understood that, Dr. Abrams resigned sentence fitting close to the' luncheon and th.fp dt1* end*l\ts\ .nll 'aiding! e.,
he sentenced to life imprisonment
V thumously Awarded To Husbandwas to re-enter private'prac- was is asked. Around town this week the party, Mrs. Elizabeth Hornlck, them In preparation of the neceti- t
tice In Chicago, his former home. possible when mercy new director of the USO.; gave a nary vldAnce to establluh their
Selma F McCall, daughter During the emergency, Dr. W conversational betting was rife as to how long Allen would short talk on what thin place rights This service will be avail-
and Mrs W E. Thornton Rt, 4LiM B. Parks has been assisting with serve before being turned loose on a gullible society again. Mould mean to all wives and abla.each Thursday and It U hoped y, "
rke, wlU receive the Silver 0 .lt4 i the clinic that is held In the unit "I bet he'll be out in five years and. I bet it won't be six families of servicemen.The that citizens of this area will r

Medal.( posthumously award- building here each Tuesday morn- months then before he'll be in for killing someone else," was second lecture in this series call on the contact representativefor
her husband, Pvt. Z. W. Mc- Ing from 10 a. m. to 12 noon. No typical remark. Others however said that life sentencesfor of Junior Hostess training dIscussions i any assistance required In l '

The presentation will be W. x v.t7 advice has been received locally; murder are not commuted for good behavior, and that was given at the club by connection with benefits by the
by Brig. Gen Robert S.Jr. v from the State Board of Health a required number of years (perhaps ten) must be served Lt.. Max Krles. Special Service Veteran. Administration.

.. a t a troop review R. as to when a new director Will before murderer can apply for parole. Officer, Camp Illandlng, Florida, James L. Hales, Jr., who Is In
coy to be held 01 Stewart be named for the Clay-Bradford a on Tuesday, August 14, who spoke charge of the contact office In :
Camp Blanding, Saturday, operation, but it Is understoodthat on the subject: "Wh.t'About These Gainesville! wll handle the assign I I
't25 at 11a.m.McCall there are 12 other similar Returning Men", The third feature ment here. Mr. Hale Is 1
i la pictured above vacancies to be filled in Floridaat Apparently the public is becoming skeptical and a bit was given on Tuesday even- of World War II. a veteran
i iU.
the late time. over-worked plea of insanity in cases of 21 Edward
Pvt. McCall, who the present weary with the Ing August by Major
ed in action on Oct. 31, In addition to state and federal this kind. In all the discussion that has gone on here this Sloan, IKTC Special Service Officer K. EMPLOYMENT SERVICE: f
A France. She was notl- 'funds, the unit is partially sup- week, not one person was found who believed that Allen Camp Blandlng. Florida, and representative of the U. S. 11 11A
the War Department on ported here by $2.500:\ annually was even remotely insane. "Abnormal perhaps.. But he's his subject was "What Every Employment! Service Is In Starkeat
18 concerning the posthum- s from the county and $150 monthly got plenty of sense," was the general trend of thought. At Hostess Should Know About theArmy" the courthouse every Thursdayat I

d of the medal. The clitatcd from the city of Starke. Since least he had sense enough to look before and behind to see Those hostesses present 9:30: a. m to assist employers, "
: the establishment of Camp Blan- if cars were coming before he asked the unsuspecting at these lectures were Frances unemployed workers and return- I
rr rallW1try It has playeda any Colley Virginia Pickren, Carolyn lug. war veterans. Particular attention -
ding five years ago Montgomery to stop the car so he could get out and relieve I
1944 France.oWhen N Glover
in Shirley Colley, Ovada Gas-
very Important part In the con- In. being given at this ,
That's ,what he told an examining psychiatrist.And
sett '
B'ttalloa himself. Audrey Prevatt, Virginia
was surrounded trol of venereal disease In this time to the Veterans' program
Ole troops> tneInfantry remainder area. he undoubtedly reasoned that having the car stopped Sewell, Wanda Pearce, Helen and alt veterans are Invited to .
e lUst Regimentttubbornlydefended before shooting the driver would prevent any possible accident Prather, Sharon Hall!!, Garnlta visit the' office and to take advantage I

e4 Welder that would endanger his own person Hutto, Odessa Thomas, Queue of the facilities offered.
.' Woman Thomas and Oletha Thomas Next
>"8 In an attempt to Charles Allen who has already received {.
is the man
the Such
Tuesday evening's lecture will
ental beleaguered wilt., The mortally wounded by a near- Native Of Starke more mercy than he can ever repay in the span ofa close the series. Constitution Exam. I
command Post was shell Pvt McCall's
l by explosion.
led .to born normal lifetime. At the regular Saturday night
heavy Onie Thornton who was .'
artillery hel- dauntless courage and outstanding An examination on the Constitution !
Ich Auburn- Tag Dance last week the following
moved to !
Starke and
shattered at ,
the com- devotlco to duty Inspired his of the United States will
Uon wires to the attacking. comrades to redouble their efforts dale 12 years ago, has been employed Baptist Church"Peace" Ex-District Governor local ladles served !graciously bo held at 2 p. m. on Saturday,' J
n. welder at as hostesses: Mrs. B. K. Perry-
Aware of the communications as a first class 8, under the direction of the
neces- and maintain the vital Sept.
Guest At RotaryHarry man, Mrs. J. M. Allison, Jr. Mrs.
InaintaJntng FOld Machinery Corporation of ? \
contact, Pvt- His gallant action reflects will be the theme County Superintendent In Jacksonville
I Thomas Grady, Mrs Coburn, I'
Wire inLakeland since June 1944. Her Amy !
jeep driver himself sermon Sunday morn Gar and Gainesville. Individuals
readily great credit upon the pastor's M. Smith of Winter .
Iwo featured In Mrs. J. M. Mitchell and Mrs. Dave
Other soldiers to re- and the Armed Forces of the picture was ing at the First Baptist Church. was desiring to take the exam "I I
C district governor, Levine. Excellent dance mu.elclor
the den, a put
lCe.: publica '
Without a United State" the corporation's The Rev Lewis Haines has Just should report to the office of the .
ht for of the Starke Rotary Clubat the affair was furnished by I
Personal vacation In central guest In of ,
safety he The medal was forwarded to returned from a county superintendent one
tion.She 273rd Ground Forces
COVered Position and mov the Commanding General, Fourth I Is the wlfo of A. F. Thorn ; Florida and at thetmomlng. 1U luncheon Wednesday and the BAnd: from Army Camp Blanding, and these titles at 1:30: p. m, on Sept. :. + ,; I

'tVleaaly through thg Service Command, Atlanta, Ga., ton, also formerly of Starke, and jour will speak on a startling gave a brief explanation of the the climax of the evening wasthe, 8. t
nc artillery a break barrage. In-I I who selected the officer to make they have an year-old daughter Mrs.-I title. "There Shall Be No Peace. I Rotary district fund. Grand March led by Miss Dor- ;.I r I

In the wire, the presentation. : Mrs. Thornton's formerly mother Of Starke, The Happy Hour each Sunday Following his talk, an amusing othy Lappe, junior hostess, which Political Cards :
Emma Rivers, evening continues with the pas- "oratorical' contest" was held with ended. at the refreshment table
rterianlelaure FIIIL LUTHER BROWN now lives with them In Auburn- tor'J message being, "After Death each member being called on to where punch and cookies; were FOR CIIIEF OF POLICE !

I ON ESCORT CARRIER dale.CLAYTON. Then What?" Sunday School at recite a "tongue twister" three served. I wish to announce that Jam ,!

Cure of'a Man' Life, Phil Luther Brown, S 1-c, whose O. STARLINGHAS 9:45: studying "Jacob Adjusts Personal times In rapid succession. Nat a candidate for the office of I
Luke If the THING". tak- home Is on Route 2, Starke, served FURLOUGH AT HOME Relationships", At 6:45p. : Sternberg won a close decisionover At The Tabernacle Chief of Police for the city of
bpic 2"15': Will be the aboard the escort carrier USS G. Starling of the m. the Training Union discusses Juniufl Smith and Clifton Starke, subject to election on i

Peat USed by the Rev Rudyerd Bay as she topped off Fifth Pfc.Air Clayton Force has returned to "A Modern Prophet Who Brown and was pronounced the Sisvlay, the day of praise and Sept. 11. Your vote and support

Sunday at the Presbyterian three major Pacific operations Thomasvllle Ga., after a 30-day Glorified God". winne.. prayer proclaimed by President will be appreciated.
no morning There with her campaign at Okinawa. furlough spent here with his wife, I The Wednesday midweek In the absence of the regular Truman, was fittingly observed at -n. C Holtzendorf. ,
g eVenIng service, but I "Rugged Rudy", as she Is nick- Mrs. Vivian Starling. .He recently prayer service is In charge of the I pIanist Mrs E K. Perryman, all Tabernacle services. ',', '/ l
people will hold also playeda Brotherhood with Tom Harding Another "Youth for Christ" NOTICE:
their the
named by crew, the Pacific
from of the '
returned Young,
Ittsp Ann
: prominent part In the invasion he participated In four president.The Miss" Margaret program Is being arranged and To the Voters of the City of "
School, under the dial of Iwo Jima and the Philippines. atre where battles. He wears the Philippines public Is Invited to all services USO staff' played for group will be given Sunday night, Sept. Starke: '
Mrs, Jeanette major Ribbon, the and there are classes and I singing. 2, Parent and friends are invited I am herewith making an ap- 1',
t tat 10 a. m Music, Young, HOWARD A. COLEMAN Asiatic-Pacific Ribbon and the department for all ages. A brief meeting of the Boardof to hear them In this all-youth peal to you for your vote and J
tI n- for IN FAMOUS UNIT Ribbon.He Directors was held after the irogram. New "Youth for support on Sept 11 for Chief of :
of [rs. Alice under the dl- We. Howard A. Coleman, whose Good Conduct KOIIEKT BAKKSDAIJB luncheon hour.Bi.hop hrbt": sing books will be used Police. My election at this time J' J
!r f1. E, :'1. Davis atalthe address Is Route 2, Starke, Is a will report back to Finney TRAINS AT CURTIS nAY here for the first tlmo at this means a whole lot to me. i
before being reassigned -
member of the 609th Tank Destroyer General Hospital Robert C. Barksdale, son of ]Of".- Announces service, The City Council has not been J
Bn., which has Just passed to duty, and Mrs C. G. Barksdale of able to perfect my pension. They f. i
: qO\1I: : SOON through a redeployment camp LECIN" Starke, has arrived at Curtis H. A. Bishop announced this V.F.W. Post NoticeA have not, neither can they do this "
h l1ne. S'twrt' Rosier, whose near Chalons. France, prepara EVELYN SHIRLEY Bay, Baltimore, Md.\. for his CoastGuard week that he U a candidate for at this time. Therefore, I am 4 :.
near LaWley, fa 'tory for heading home. NOW IN IUWAUEvelyn Lecln, SpecIalIst boct training. He grad- election t'J the City Council In the meeting will be held at the compelled to ask tor the Job again t ,
as lIome from Italy thisct Known as the "claws of the Shirley daughter of Mr. uated from BHS In the class of city election of Sept. 11. Mr. Legion Hall, Thursday night, and will greatly appreciate 1 ,
3-c, USNR, '15 and was a valued/ member of served 6, at. 8 for the can do for me. .. /
I Dtvialaber of .the 85th lOUt Armored Division Tigers", Lecin of Starke, Bishop who has previously Sept. p. m. purpose anything you ;
WIthin 48 the 609th first gained fame In and Mrs Isldor for duty In the the Tornado football squad. several term on the Council, of organizing a Veterans of Trusting you will favor me agahx t.
.er he arrives In the the assault on Metz although recently reported Islands. She was stationed His address Is: Robert C. Barks- stated that he hopes there will foreign Wars Punt. All eligiblemen this time with your vote, I } . 4

"'ill be Bent to the their performance around Bas- Hawaiian the Philadelphia Navy dale, A. a. ((627-409) Barracks be a big vote so that the elec- are urged to be presidents am, 'I l t.,;il C
er Cater at Camp ,Blan- togne during the historical Ger- before at reporting for overseas 109. Co. D-14. U.S.CXJ. Tra. Sta., tion will be a true expression of I Signed) Isham Davis A. J.homaa. Yours sincerely i 1Plgome .
Marge, unless dec1ar- man breakthrough really big I h- Yard Curtis Bay, Baltimore 26 Md.. the peopla's will on Sept. 11. A. L. Alvarez "i 1\\

and lrreplacable. lights their combat achievements. duty 1f, I
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sa . . . . . wards and Mr. and Mrs. J, N. la confined to the hospital at Rai- above the din. We roof rejoice and that nice Notice I I.!II hereby s
ford and we are glad U, report we have a good ,
may '
'' r THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH Hampton Norman.S 2-c H. D. Starling has come she Is Improving. cool weather. Monday the cafe- F"wllf" J anf. 'wmbN'!, t"* t.
week- teria opened. It is good to havea
to spend a 30-day furlough with Sewell Thomas spent the Jeannette Taylur.lej' >1 rn'deecrlbel I
Established 1877 By Mrs M. C. Sweeney hla wife and four daughters.We end with Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Brittof warm meal. The roads are one-halt lowlnll' \Intere.t hi andlundh I ,
this time
washed some, but at Ihr
E. L. Matthews .?______? Editor and Owner . . . . . . Eddbis are home glad again to see after Mrs.her Louise ill- Lake\ Martha Hone was the the grader U over here. However, Northwest. of QUarter SoUth 'e.t jf Ii SoURrr:! ,la ,
REKVICE Ruth Sib- the roads are almost Impassable. 7 Houth I'11'
PRAISE week-end of Miss Ran
ness at the Camp Blanding hospital guest said sale to boo ttA
Jt Published Weekly on Friday and Entered k* Second CUM Matter A Special Praise Service wa Mrs. Strickland Is about the DOHA at rl't I
P ley.Mrs. I"" t TAT"J
A at the Post Office at Starke. Florida. held at the baptist Church on We are expecting our report Ray W. Padgett and son, same Two daughters are home Guan 1i

Tuesday night August 1+th, after cards this week and we do hope Billy Ray, and Mrs. L. W. Van caring for her. Mrs. T. A. Brln-
the Peace: Proclamation. all A's and B's Eppa were shopping In Jackson-
the grades will be :son Is slowly Improving.Earl :
There was an excellent attend-
ville last week.
Your Man Overseas. . ance, called: to this House of . . . . . . Mosefy was supposed to
Worship by the comblnel ringingof . . . . . . leave for a reception center to'

1'' Once In a /great while Russell. Kay, well-known }'orldacolumnist. bells from the three churches. WoodlawnBy be Inducted into the Army on 9

runs. arrow" something no good that lie turns, his The Rev. W. A. Scott, Baptist' BrookerBy August 14, but a later date ROW
devotionals and Is to be setA
pastor, led the Elma Crews
"Too Late to CIIf '" column over to a guest columntnt. Hurl
) time was spent in the meditations . . . . . . ;Joyce Atkinson new family, the Hendrys,
In the article presented here thin. week. In order' to give It and prayers. of thankful, free- . . . . . . have moved to the Robert Taylor

the /greatest possible prominence, the Telegraph In u"lnIUr./ dom-lovlng people Rev. Scott L. W. Page, Sr., was visitingMr. place. They have five nice child-

Kay'ft. guest column an our guest editorial thin week. This also was guest speaker at the and Mrs. C. R. Crews of SCHOOL PICNIC ren in dchool and we extend a

+ li message Intended primarily for the wives, mothers and sweethearts school on Wednesday morning Lawtey Monday afternoon. R. E. Turner took the Ninth welcome to the dear boys and

!, :, of men serving oversea, wa written by Charlotte Armstrong when chapel exercises were held W. E. Griffis and J. B. Brad- Grade to Hampton Lake Wednes-
voiced their ley were In Gainesville on business day afternoon after school. After girls.Mrs. /
IJSO entertainer, just back from 18 month In the and school children A. K. Wilkinson and
of Monday. swimming for a while they were
in the singing
st European Theatre. Joy children attended a party In Jacksonville -
\ Ameri- attended served Ice cream, cake and cook-
songs. All were rejoicing Yarbrough of Lawtey -
glveu for her brother
chair slide tootsies out of cans, thanking God for their continued church here Sunday night. ies. Everyone had a nice time. 113 E. Call Street
; Settle back in that easy -- your : Sidney, who la home on leave. He
those pumps. and get all comfy because this red headed woman right to life, liberty and We are sorry to report that Mrs. ,Jck Chaffin and children is in the Air Corps. STARKE, n.\,

IK going to give you the lowdown on a subject nearest your the pursuit of happiness, after a Mrs. Hannah Manning and fam- of Detroit, Mich., spent Monday Until next week-goodbye. -
heartr,-Your man overseas nightmare of war. ily (have moved from here. We night as guests of Mr. and Mrs. !We have a full ft
We are indeed proud of our hope they like their new home at
;t I spent 18 months In the European Theatre of Operations! E. J. Lewis of the fanciest
itself in this trust
town expensing way Lawte).
p + t with the USO-Camp Shows, that your generous contributions/ at this time.SINGING Rev. Sweet filled< the pulpit Mr. and Mrs T. E. Dyal and I Buy[ War\ BondsI ) and vegtables.
r t g t to the Na'tonal War Fund helped to maintain, and I fell madly, Mrs. H. B. Stokes were in Gainesville -
here Sunday morning even-
a'' desperately in love. Not wit L any one man but with the en- CONVENTIONThe Friday. A good supply
-- A 14'FIRST
.... to meet Singing Convention will Ing.Rev. Mr. and Mrs. and
... tire American Army.didn't have an opportunity J. G. Sparkman of Sumtervllld Clyde Kelly shorteningTendet
f.r 1 k" meet at the First Baptist Churchon
in Jacksonville
family were on
} the Navy or Marines.
will preach here Sunday, CHURCH
After a good deal of experience in various countries 1 I Sunday, August 26, from 2:00: August 26. Everyone Is Invited. business Saturday. Corner Call sad Christian Sts. Beef Roa
to 4:00 P. M. Everybody is cordially : -
: :
decided that our own G. I. Joe Is the most fascinatingly beautiful Invited to attend. I We had a large crowd Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Max Lewis and Rev. W. O. Smedley, Pastor Stew and Del icio

((5 5 I hunk of man in the world. Even those faded peagreenS night daughter, Dorothy, of Jackson- Services as follows:
i S, fatigues two sizes too large cannot deglamorlze him-Perhaps BAPTIST WMU Don't forget Sunday School ville spent Sunday as guests of Bible School each Sunday at

}t it was the egotistical way he squared his shoulders and said, The Women's Missionary! ,Unionof each Sunday at 10:30: a. m.; Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Lewis. 10 a. m.Preaching. C-0:11E
s I "Howya Babe?" or it may have been the Sir Walter Raleigh ,the Baptist Church 'was entertained !morning services 11:30: a. m.; Mr. and Mrs. Wilson! Russ and and communion ser- : YOUR

t 1i4 attitude he had while helping] me stumble Into a Jeep. Bet at the home of Mrs. Ray- Bra at 7:13: ; evening .services daughter, Edna Mae, were shop- vices at 11 a. m. and 8:00: p. m. TIP TOP STORE
about him. maul. Wise on Thursday after. 8:30: p. m.; mid-week prayer: ping In Gainesville Saturday. Prayer meeting each Wednesday YOU ARE WELCOME
l what It may, I get all starry eyed just thinking "
with several thousand noon. Mrs. Doris H 1 c k shad meeting, Wednesday night; choir' Mrs. J. W. 'Kelly and Mrs. at 8:00: ,p. m. I
V I became pretty well acquainted
charge of the devotional reading practice Saturday night. 'I Howard Mott were in .Starke on
w gin males from our 48 .states, and I feel I know their womenfolk
with each member taking an active We are sorry to report that I business Friday.
t d ,too. I have seen so many pictures of you and heard so much part in the program. The Mrs. G. W. Page, Sr., is on the Mr. and Mrs: Leander Parrish

tt 'M About you. I felt a bit like a yardstick as boys would come up topic was' "Facing the Needs in sick list and we wish her A and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Polk] of I NEWLY REDECORATED

; to me and say, "My wife is about. your alze", or "I have a Our Own Community." At the speedy recovery Trenton were week-cud guests of

i'h s r sister with hair the color of yours" or "My girl wears the same meeting's close, Mrs. Wise served Mr. and Mra. Edd Polk.

,et! r size shoe you do", ad Infinitum. delicious ice box cookies with . . . . . . ,. Mrs. G. S. Crotty I and daughter MILLIGAN9S GRILL

I was In Parts a couple of weeks and almost everywhereI iced orange juice. Frances, of Jacksonville are

went in to shop someone would come over with a bottle of Theressa visiting Mrs Annie Pinholater
Mrs. J. T. Guy and Emory Guy this week. ,-...
vC d perfume to ask If I thought their special girl friend would like ENJOY YOUR
; were week-end guests of the Rev. Hy Miss Ida Hagan Sgt. Shirley L. Testoue of Tyn-
,t it. I wish you could have seen them shopping for you. It was and Mrs. Henry Guy at Fruitland . ., . . . . . dall Field was visiting friends and HMBIfi{ !
t0 't quite a treat to hear our rough burly combat men sitting in Park. relatives here last week.
d field] discussing Chanel S, Guerlaln's Mrs L. W. Van Epps and little
the center of some muddy Mrs D. W. Moore, of Starke, -Mr { A
Shallmar and Schlaparelli Shocking. Uut an even greater treat was visiting friends here on Mon Billy Ray Padgett were visiting . . . . . .. ,
n'1 i 1 was ,to .see some shy sweet kid from Wisconsin buying filmy ARM 3-c L. W. Van Epps at

\'t)' *'' i lingerie or a rough Brooklyn Sergeant holding up a lacy black day.Miss Martha Home has returned Cecil.Field and Mrs.last Tuesday.Mr. L. V. Williamsonand Clay HillBy ,.CJ IJPG 4':

and to decide If it would fit his wife. I hope ?
t nightie trying from a visit with her friend, Mrs R. M. Hersey were Lura ) In The Cleanest
'c you liked those gifts because a great deal ,of time was spent, Miss Ruth Sibley, of Theressa. hopping in Starke Friday. IIurgewHHurray ,
d . . . . . C.'y Spot in Town
1 Y in choosing them. They must love you an awful lot because I. Mrs J.. P. Jones and children, Mrs Martha Will Castleberryof

1 going on a shopping tour and trying to cope with that French I Richard, Clarice ,and Andrea, have Miami was called to the bedside The war is over! I

lingo la really something. I been guests for the past two of her mother, Mrs. J. C. thought at one time I'd be march- CALL STREET AT TilE RAILROAD

Major Bud Keller from Pittsburg bought a glamorous red weeks of her sister, Mrs. Russell Cochran. We wish her a speedy Ing in a victory parade when the

w +4 turban fop his wife. It was the typical Parisian, headpiece and Dyal. Mrs!! Jciies returned to her recovery. historic day came. Instead, I

1 r towered skyward almost as high as the Eiffel Tower. But 'home In Huntington this week. Mrs Stella Manire and> sons, taught school which was perhaps

Paris wasn't'where we spent most of our 'time We lived in a The Rev, and Mrs. Fred Doddof Kent and Fred, visited ,the former's .more worthwhile. It has been

llttla German farmhouse lens than four miles from Aachen Midlakes were Sunday guestsof mother, Mrs Hettie Clover- raining every day. The rain ICE COLD WATERMELONS

h } befbie that city fell. Our kltchelf was the hangout for boys Mr. and Mrs. G. P.. Wads- settle, this week. comes .down in torrents and the
worth, Sr. Mr.. and Mrs. L. R. Dennison wind blows in a terrific gale. It
stationed and used to sit around and tell us about
nearby they
;t i* and daughters Edith and Charlie beats en our tin roof at the
their mothers baked We would Sgt. and Mrs. J. C. Wynn who Cantaloupes
""j the pies and wakes compare have been living in Oklahoma for Dennison of Jalnesville<< were schoolhouse until the children'svoices
kt h fit N snapshots Of our families and our ogJ.! It, made you seem visiting Mra. Denr.lson's parent, reciting',cannot be heard
time of Mr. and
some are guests
very close) "lo us' 'and we forgot that shells were landing till I Mrt!. Carl C. Wynn. Mr and Mrs. \V. W.. Packham.

around us and that we might never see you again. Miss Ida Hagan, Mr. and Mrs. "
tfQi' ''! Mi', and Mrs J. T. Blanton and . just like mother ti r>
Brown celebrate his anniversary. We and Mrs
i ;, I helped Capt. Peter Charley Owsley sons, J.
Donna of
little daughter, Tampa
sat a picture of his beautiful New York wife and their baby spent several day a with Mrs. E. Owsley and granddaughter, used to make"LAPPE Peaches

t son, whom he had never'seen, on a table and a group of us I Blanton's mother, Mrs. Jettle Dotty, were shopping In Gainesville ..,

y r"n? toasted ,them while Peter told us all about the Brown romance Whyte. Thursday.Mrs. ,a;

from start to finish.-Bob Epstein was in a hospital when I C. A. Beck, Kenny
Mrs. Lynn Hall and( children
os Thomas, Mr. and Mrs Lee Burk-
t. met him, he was quite upset. When his Infantry outfit was
+ Margaret and Lucile, of Dasher, hart of Hamptcti were shoppingIn Complete Line of Fresh
going through a small demolished village he found a beautiful Ga., have been recent guests of Gainesville Friday. Fruits & VegetablesDICANDIO'S ssw""
J tV Grai dfather's clock.: His mother bad always wanted one so relatives here. Mills Elizabeth Phillips spent

i ,r , he strapped tt on his back and marched on up the road. About Coast Guardsman R, L. Brown, the week-end with her father, D.

i 1 five miles from there they were met by some Jerry soldiers Jr., and Mrs. Brown have been J. Phillips, Sr., and family. CURB MARKETCall
1 "+ and Bob had to ditch the clock, which was lost In the melee visiting his father, Robert Brown, Mrs. Alice Jones and Mlsa 7?

F t hr, f that sent him to the hospital. while his mother was ill In the Hazel Phillips visited Mrs. High- 1 I at ,Cherry Street
3 You have a "problem" to face when your man comes home State Farm Hospital. Her friendsare tower Thursday. Mrs. Hightower .

because\ he has put you on a pedestal. You are his life and wishing her a speedy recovery -

while he was tramptrg through mud, flying flack-laden .
Mrs. Michael Hankins and sister i
parachuting into territory or snoppb-g; in Paris he skles'l
Mrs. Helen Kalch, of Jack-
doing it for you\ I only wish my husband could come sonville, were week-end guests of Things are warming Have a Coca-Cola
s i'4' t t r me, but he, like many thousands of others, was killed so that their father, L. R. Kalch, and sis- up. . ,

ya' + i you and I could: go on living as free Americans. ter-in-law, Mrs. W. W. Hicks.L. .

'- So I urge you to hold your heads a little higher and know T. Johns, of the Merchant

[!a that to some, one man you are brighter than the sun. If you I Marine Service, Is upending a s

r n G M ; 1' ever fall off that pedestal, I personally will beat you full of leave with his family here.
bumps. Leo Wiggins, U. S. N., Mrs.

11 I Wiggins and daughter, Marie of
Jacksonville, are enjoying a visit
with Mr and Mrs. H. n. Wigginsand
IIh Can Use More? Pulpwood Mrs Ida Maxwell.Heilbronn.

F gUp- \\' TIMBER DEPT 1 . . . . . . .

Container Corp'n. of America, Fernandina, Fla. M

t ,
yt 4 t I,tr '11 nt Py The School t
+ . . . . .

Mr. and Mrs. Leamon Normal

1 f x l are the proud parents of a baby r
boy born August 19.
: : t. Mr. and Mra.: Floyd] Cowart : e
have returned to their home after

visiting her parents In Houston,

Texas. .
Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Hall o7Theresaa rA y
spent t the week-end -

with Mr and Mra. A. W. Brown. r,4 +t i ,+ 1 Itr'k .

9A Mrs. Jack Mathews and daughter -

of Lake City, Tenn., have been
visiting Mr, and Mrs. J, N. Nor-
Mr. and Mrs. Homer Stearns

of Tavares were visiting Mr. and
Mrs. J. N. Norman.

Is klru Lamar visiting James Carter and of Arthur Jacksonville Gas-. . or throw another log on the fire

S 2-c 0 J. Underbill la spending -
Make Your Old Car Last Longer By a 28-day furlough with his There's no surer way to make it a perfect picnic than to serve Coca-Cola.

,' Letting Us Give You Certified Lubrication parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. .L. Un-
j '
ierhUl. Have a, Coke just naturally means What a swell way to spend an evening! e
a Washing! Polishing Waxing Miss Jewel Edwards spent the '
i week-end with Miss Darlene Al-
Standard Oil Products vare:.:. It says Let's do this again! Indoors or out the pause that refreshes with , ,

Miss Mary Jane McCarthy and

'' QUICK, COURTEOUS SERVICEGARDEN'S Miss Betty Bradley went bicycle ice-cold Coca-Cola is the symbol of friendly feelings.
riding Sunday.

Goraldlne Norman and Richard You n.tor.lly bur Coe:Cols
SERVICE STATION Carter were visiting Mary Jane OTT1IO UNDIt AUTHORITY Of COCA-COIA COMPANY IY L tall.dbrl4hl.adlr.bbrwi.!

M and Elizabeth Sunday. "Cob".BotIIlIe quality ptwJ-
;,' ; VAN II. CARDEN, Mgr. STARKE, FLA. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Edwards. STARKE COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO. lid of TIle CocCeta Coof a*

Cor. Temple Ave. & Call St. and children of Jacksonville 'were I .
rlslting Mr. and Mra. H. L.. Ed- .

.01 43 ... e-c: c*.

'' ngp !
'Iruepl"e mn -'r


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. . . from overseas were visiting -

e e . : friends and 'relatives In this community I nrelar, whoa residence abut.. ad. I along the "East= t line of Adam August A. T>. im. 'In Stark. tf'J'
last C NE WCMAN CIPHNBCN P dress. la, h(, C Orel. 108V.. Street one hundred fifty. Bradford County, Florida
New River week. ollna.June.. Street Italetsrtt, North Car six and right tenths US* II)' feet. A, J. THOMAS,
Cpl. C. A. Johns Jr. of thence! Kanti.ily on hundred Clerk Circuit: Court, Bradford
You are required. to appear 01 eighty (180)I ) feel to the point of .
1 BY TI1; Schaole . Bragg. N. C., and Pvt. Marklee I By Bllleo' Ron \ great that even the men who September S, 1945. in the ahoy beginningWltnean .. County Florid(OFFICIAL SEAL)

. . Johns of Camp Wheeler, Ca., are For two weeks now I've tried to I dropped them were shocked named plaintiff. Court Meekdivorce and cause. whereli mhnnil, and the seal i,, Baxter. Clayton i the and re of said Court thin Tth.. of for Plf,, -10
the New home on furlough. Marklee will' grasp significance of the atom. speechless at what they saw. But oration of :Maiden name Brad day 4t 8-J1

ring the past week have soon leave for overseas. ic bomb. I've read everything all I have to do to Justify their liMn ford thla County Telegraph ahall pub
Cemetery Order In next four weekly
Li an") CreW's Mr. and Mrs. 1 could find; I've listened to used in my mind is to look at !sell,". .
\ f large numpJeSnded Green of \Vltnean 1-Prompt Service Careful Drivers 1
Lake Butler everything I could hear on the the haunting eyes and l cadaverous my hand and offlcla.
the work- were visiting Mr. seal! at Starke, Florida, thus July
and Mrs. :J. S. Snowden subject; but still its beyond: me; bodies of the men who have been all, 1945.101o'o'I'IAt..
and Mrs.
etptle McKinney Ethel absolutely past my powers to released from Japanese prison ( !SEAL; ) A. J. Thomas
grand sue- Johnson Thursday of last Aa Clerk STARKE TAXI SERVICE
daY and reported week. :I conceive I only know that I camps.I T, Frank of Landrum said Court."Starke, Florida. .
thank God It was we who first Atty. for 1'lf. g-3
heard of 4t 8-24:
son of Mr. Leslie Sapp spent the a delegation of men.
Tetstone week- discovered this
\ Zenas T. Tetstone, of end in Starke with Mr. and Mrs. Suppose the Germans had beat power. ministers I bell t love, who sent IN' ('lItI"| |'r CO! HIAdelu .. nit u1/F0111) .I
furloughkcamp us President Truman a petition of 11u1: .l1 Fl.oltll)4u I n l'llt1'FR \_
Robert Ward.
T'M home on : to it, or the Japanese as they \,
> Crowder. Mo., last Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Patterson ridiculously Imply? Think of the some sort asking him not to 1vey. Pt .lnllfr. v.. Charles TAXI SERVICE ,
I e Saturday for grant further use of the atomic James Ivey, Defendant Case No. ,
-end. He left of Lake City were visiting Mr. fate of our own vast country and bomb because it was too atroci- 3937, ,
he will be 8ta- and Mrs M. L. the absolute OHDER'' OF .
role where Johns and fam- oblivion that would I PUBLICATION: Phone 150
ous. disagree with them If, by AM NOTICE TO AITKAU
ned for a wlll1e.pre ily Sunday afternoon. have engulfed the comparatively so doing we have brought peaceto STAT OF" FLOI11DA to: Charles I
Dva' Norman Wiggins'IUchmond. tiny British Isle. James. Ivey. whoa address 1 O Day O Night
IJ1d spent Monday Mr. and Mrs C. C Wynn ardSgt. I the world again. Let those known, un _

Va., Mrs. M. F. J. C. Wynn were visiting We are a world at -peace" now who object to the atomic bomb mber required, to the.." on .
| with Mr. Mr and Mrs. Melton Kerce even though Sept S. 1(45 In abov .
jt Wiggins has beenKred and men are still fighting ponder the rape of Nanking. J I named I Court and cause,' wherein i
Mr Mar- family Sunday.Mr. and dying In some parts of wonder if they have seen the news- Plaintiff seeks divorce and renter. I

to a camp will near movek and Mrs. Jonnle Andrews the pacific. For three years, reels showing- the bodies of Uttle shun County of Telegraph maiden' name ahall Bradford publish / I t
,-a' Mrs in Jackson- and children of Lake Butler spent eight months and six days we girls mutilated and thrown into a thla' .order In next four weekly U. J '
home F1P
; to their Thursday with Mr and Mrs. H. were at war. That Icng we have heap; the young woman who lay hand and offlcla.

IL: and children' L. Johns. lived In a world of uncertainty.Now on the ground writing In agony, ., 1"lor'da.'l thla AutOFFICIAL ,
J. Johns gust 2. 1913.) I
ITsaturday and Sunday with Mrs. Rosle Plnholster of Brooker we are at peace--a peace her mind gone, her clothes torn, SEAL) A. J. Thomas
I Mrs. Flora spent the week-end with Mr. and for which ths toll of human lives and her body ravished while the Aa Clerk of said ('.lIrl. I

*, Johns' mother. Mrs. M. F. Wiggins. has been heavy; a peace well de men responsible for this crime J.Jacksonville S. llarrlnim., Florida.Law Exchange Bldg
of Midway. Atty. for
c; Connor and son: Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Bryant and served. There is a quietness over stood by and leered at her. Should I'lf- 8-S 4t 8-24
Thomas _
gro. Della were family of Starke were visiting the land; even here where there they be spared or should thewomen .
? Thomas of Jacksonville has been no gunfire except for and children of Americabe TO AMI Oil' IT MAY COMKHNl' I
( ,
and Mrs. R. R. An- Mr. and Mrs. Melton Kerce and You are hereby. notified that you ,
ting Mr. family over the week-end. practice. There Is a relaxation of forced to endure such thli'g are tn rile any and all claims

M and family.. George Friday.Tetstone Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Andrews the nerves, ; no longer are we at their hands ? Perhaps there are against hardy (tureen the Igatate In tae.of. Office Archibald of. '"

familyMrs.and Shirley L. were dinner guests of Mrs. Susie tense our nerves taut; we no those who still think this Impos- County Judge of Bradford County, I
Sgt longer are afraid of the Florida, within eight month fruit, ,
Andrews In morning sible, but I have had others tell ,
Starke .
Thursday.M. ,
fur- the first ..
iVone. who ia !Home on publlcntliin f this noticeor
: City, were L. Johns visited M. L. Jr., headlines nor the voice of the me we'll never know Just how the flalm' will t be barred. by
''Jgh from Panama news commentator. No longer near we came to being Invadedby law. Thin Aiifrunt 10th. 11MV!
Sunday of Mr. and in the Hope Haven Hospital, I-, .1. IIIUCKN: Adtnlnlmratoriv CONFIDENCE IN YOUR CLEANEKSThat's
mut: guests Jacksonville Sunday. need tears come to our eyes nor the Japanese on our weal Belo 4t 8.31 ,

a A. C Tetstone. fear to our hearts, as they did coast. What You Must Have In These '
Monroe Barr and Those who are carrying vege Days t ;
far[ and Mrs. last December when divisions cuiciir ('Ol'n'r, nntitroiir ""
of Jacksonville tables to Jacksonvile now are And to those who think we 4'4II: Ml. -KI.OKIItAt tllA\-:/ i I ,
foreland were surrounded and cut When The of Good New r'
III week-end with their Emory Johns Ethan Sapp and entirely should have fought the battle the ('kit) Scarcity Clothing i"I 1
,1, the off from the outside; world; or Victor Wolkoff. Plaintiff, va, Helen I j
parents. Mr. and Mrs. G. Herbert Parrlsh. when American men shot hard way I want to pass on a H. Wolkoff, Defendant. Case No Slakes The Clothes You Already Have More < '.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Nettles and were little clipping that was giveu., me 8 J48.onr

I Ipvt Andrews.and Mrs. Harold ShIvere son, Elbert were visiting Mr.-and man down captors in cold blood without by time their Ger- by a soldier, Pfc. Mahoney of )ER NOTICE OF. pi'nucATioNANI TO APPKAR Valuable Than Ever Before. You May En- r
Crowder, Mrs. D. J. Nettles of Midwaythis Camp Blanding. The title is "AStrange STATE OF FLORIDA to: Helen
i home fromHarold has been week-end. to utter a prayer and were found Sort of Prayer" and it Wolkoff known whose residence. la un trust Your Best Things To Us With Perfect ;
weeks later burled in the snow,
Inferred California. He left goes like this: You are required. to appear on '
to Confidence.
( CKJIETEKY WORKING Just as they had fallen.I September' 7th, 1945, In the above
Lday. There will be a Cemetery Work. have read that there are "Well, God here we are. named Court and cause wherein
far. and Mrs. C. E. Andrewsd those who to of "You up there. Me down here plaintiff Meek dlvorcV Bradford, '
object use the
Ing at the Sapp Cemetery Thurs- County Telegraph ahull I publish ROUT. 315 ,
family were visiting Mr. andi. day, September 6th. EveryoneIs atomic bomb because of Its de- with a burning sun a mess of this Order 'In next tour weekly laauea. t/
of Brooker insects, too much ocean, and other .
i. j. K. Douglas cordially invited to attend. structiveness. They even call It GREEN Temple ; -
Witness ,
hand and /
my officialseal
nd'ay.Mr. buddies just as lonely as me. [
atrocious. It could, I suppose at Starke, Florida, this Au-
and Mrs. Mamie Raulerson destroy the world as George Bernard "Oh God, how nice it must be goat nth,, 1945.OFFIL'IAr. Owner A.

I Jacksonville and son Virgil $#WITH WAR BONDS Shaw said: "The scientistshad back home, with Germany licked Aa( SEAL. ) A..1. Thomas
Clerk of said Court.
and the folks and
iiilenon, who has just returned better beware. They might humming Chan. It. Hess, 210. Realty I Bldg.I I
blow up our entire world." We some of the boys all finished with Jackmmvllle, Fla. Atty for Plf.
8-10 4t 8.31
are afraid of the prophecy that the fighting. I

the world will be "But I guess that wasn't meant I
destroyed by IV .
rillCfIT ( (>llir. IIIIADFOIII-
Homemade Chili Hot Dogs SandwichesOur fire, but each and every time a for me, was it, God ?, And tomorrow ('(11 Ml' I"I.OIUII.\I" IV lllNCKIIV. -
: .
and tomorrow I'll still
Iew bomb or other war weaponIs ANNOUNCEMENTWith
Lee Pearce Fore, Plaintiff, vaFloyr
Specialty. . Invented and proven. It is always be dodging bullets still feelinglost Anderaon E ore, Defendant.
said: "This will be the end in the middle of the night. (Cnx'' No. 81)47.ORMKR) ..

of time. It will destroy us." This "But no hard feelings. 1'go\ NOTICH OF PUBLICATIONAN1 TO APPEAIl

THE HOME has been the fear since ancient wherever You say, and do what- STAT OF FLORIDA tot. .FloyceA. the announcement of peace, we fee! ,
Fore, whose residence and addremt -
OF HOME COOKINGerry's ever You want me to. For You
times when some brave man la %; Mra. Avis Anderson. that an emergency has passed.
crawled upon a horse and found know what's best for me FulkHton. Georgia.

q he could fight better and travel "But ay, if You can only get September You: are 7th required;, 1040, to In appear the above on Therefore, we will change our store hours,

faster thai the man foot. the people back home to remember named Court and cause wherein \
la enable employees to work 6 days
me, maybe they'll\ still bear plaintiff seeks divorce Bradford our
Think how far have advanced
County Telegraph ahall publish I
since then; and our civilizationhas down. Maybe they'll still send this Order; ,In next: four weekly Iesues I a week. Instead of 7. f .

us their blood still the '
stay on
withstood the pace. Wltnea my hand and official 2nd store will I I
Commencing September << our
We released only two atomic Job still keep making the stuff seal at Htark, Florida this August -

CALL STREET bombs, and they brought us we need.' ( 4th. ItJAr.:: .) A. J. Thomas remain closed all day Sundays and will remain 1

NEXT DOOR TO WESTERN UNION peace. Cruel weapon" Of course "You see, God. I'd like to get Aa Clerk of said Court.Chun. open all day Wednesdays. 1 I
home, too." . R Hess, 2(14( Realty Bldg.lacknonvllle .
The resulting destruction was so 810.4t. 1-31, Flu. Atty. for Plf. We ask the public to please try and arrange I a''f; .Jto

I Klnda puts a tear in your eye have your prescriptions refilled 'during the I I '
and an ache In your heart doesn'tit IV! TIIM CIH4'I1T COVET 0. !
KKJirrif "I"U'I.\I. week not to be Inconvenienced. ; 1
Fi.oniiti. BO as
? thanks to he .
Well be God. CIIK-III', I'll'lill' Poll" IIHADFOHI b..
heard that GI's prayer. > ('01 \TV.KLLA We feel that entitled to ; '
l K. HWINY 11t. lydnedby our employees are a

iv TII 10 ciitcriT ('OI'IIT of SW1NYKR.Plaintiff her husband. WILLIAMF. day of rest and an opportunity to'worship, !
FI.OKIIIt, I': I U "'1'" J Illicit I,
IIIKIir. IN AMI:/ FOIL III AI>- I *, therefore we wijl put the above store hours ,
riGOOD' ELLA K. SWINYER, Joined YOUNU and hi. ,wife, l IOLLA P. D.M in effect on September 2nd.:

by. SWINYKK her Plaintiff hiiHlmtid. WILLIAMF. ):'i.iIYr/::: :and" '{ AMERICAN HTBVKNK l; If an emergency arises and 'you need the help t 'e ,

OLIVK'nUMPKL, JAMKS P. Orlando, Florida. of a registered pharmacist we will gladly

YOl'NU,and KVKLVN hiM wife"BTUVJiNH I.I.A II.VOITNO DefendnnlaOltlllOH 'IO FLORIDA AI'PKtll take care of your prescriptions': if you will : I

NOHH'KS and AMHUKANKIIIC TO THE: OHVI3 HTATK' RUMPKL OF Address unknown contact S. E. Simmons, M. C. Mayhugh or i iI.
PANT, Orlnniln. Florida It IM hereby ordered that you are .. W. Koch.KOCH. ;
OcfHmlantff required to appear on the III I I h : TO A I'I'M*II
) before the
day of "September, 11)45 j
THE HTATK: OP FLORIDA: above entitled court to the hill of
To: KVKLY.V 8TKVKNH KKNDltlCKH. complaint filed against you In the
HIIX 774 Fort Bragg, I
.above entitled cause, and The l"rad "
North Carolina.It ford County Telegraph. la hereby
1M I hereby ordered that you are designated an the newspaper In
rmiulred to appear the llth ahall be publlnhed
which this order
40Gnh .
day of September, r.. the
four consecutive
once a .
above entitled court, to the bill of week DRUG STORE f '
complaint filed agrulnxt you In the The relief sought In and by said
above entitled can..,- and The Hrad- Hull IH the forfeiture and termination -
ford County Telegraph In hereby.
I of a contract concerning the
denlffnated an the newspaper In following deHcrlbed property: Pharmacists On /)
Registered ulyftONWAY'S'
rdor be '
which thin shall publlxhedonce lleglnnlng at the Southwest corner '
a week for four connocutlve I', of Lafayette, Street and South JI'
weeka Walnut Street, In the City of
.uTthTM Rouarht In and by said Htarke' and running Southerly along -
the forfeiture and termination the West line of Mouth
of a .contract concerning the Walnut Straet Two hundredeventydlx ;I'I
following dH<'ribed propertytBeglnninK .. . (2181 feet for point
y at the Southwest' core of thence Southerly
nr of Lafnyett Street and South along the West line of South, hil
Walnut Street In the City of Walnut Street one hundred on.
Htarke, and runlnv Southerly along flOII feat: thence Went on. hundred -
the Wet line of Mouth' eighty-eight. and one-half
Walnut 'Htr" t Two hundredseventV.Ix feet to the Kant line oftreet / Service Station
(21s feet for point Adams ; thence Northerly '.;
.. of beginningthence. ; Mouth..rlyalonll" 1
the West line of South
NEtS Walnut Street one hundred one PHONE 117 RING 2 YOU SKKVICK 'I .;
(101) feet; thence Went on. hun
dred elu-htr-elcht( and one-half \
(1886) feet to the Kant line of.
Adam Street; thence Northerly Oil Changing t,
along the East. line of Adam
Street one hundred II rty- .,o' Greasing
nix and eight tenth U8,8) feet: ,
thence Easterly one hundred Waxing :
eighty (150)( feet to the point ofbeginning. II
:. Washing I :l'
Wltne my hand ann the sealof ; r
'FACILITIES which have been devoted Maid Court, thin 7th., day of It f )j r
August A. D. 1.45. In Btark. PolishingTire

exclusively to the production of high-octane avia- Bradford Clerk County Circuit A, Florida.Court J.' THO\IAS.' Bradford: .. Repairs '

tion gasoline for our armed forces will soon be available I County, Florida OFFICIAL REAL) ELECTRIC ARC WELDING ;

Baxter. A r Clayton Ur E. A. Clayton

for the refining of civilian gasoline. ..The new Atty. for Plf. -10 4t 1111I EXPERTWORKMANSHIP



Frank P. Martin. Plaintiff v. Vlrrlnla. OIL & GREASE
been 8. Martin Defendant. Case
superior to any motor fuel we ever No. 5515. .

able to offer. .You will have these products shortly, STATE AND NOTICE Of FLORIDA TO APPEAR toi Vlr- 'VORKGUARANTEED Quaker State '

rlnla' H. Martin ", h"".* I*: ALL
Just manufactured and trans- 1212 Cth Ave. Brooklyn, N.dY.r Oil rrrt U
: as soon a> they can be : You are required to appear on
September '3. 14, 'In the above J d
and truck to named Court and cause, wherein' Sealed Containers
ported: by boat 1:, rail, pipeline your plaintiff .eeks dlvorc Bradford '4

Standard Oil dealer's high reward for (['ounty* Order Telegraph In neat four hall weekly publishthl .I- YOU CAN' ENTRUST YOUR RIDE L 4
'U'witne my hand and official. FINEST WATCH TO OUR FLORIDA AUTO LITE

a little :'ail:.. Remember- CROWN and CROWN neat I at Htark, Florida, this AufoFVlCIAt,58BAW CARE MOTOR LINES BATTERIESTake S

A. J. Thomas.
EXTRA Alt Clerk of acid Court.T. & GREYHOUND I I'I/'I'
gasolines.STANDARD. Frank l.andrum. Stark. Florida.
Atty. for Pt!. 8., 4t -24 BUSSES '

IY fiMrtiT (_'OPRT m tnroimol TheSTAG For Safety I s lnt/IIC
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NOTICE TO APPEAR Phone 117 1 r
IN KENTUCKY Adele Handy Orelr. Plaintiff v. Carter Uldg., Starke Care Of ItAT. '. ;
,A.. C. Orel. Defendant. Case No.

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II i.iJ'I1' SOCIETY and CLUBS Baptist WMU Met 'Informal PartiesAt Recent Births Local ItemsMr. City, the LoUlbeUe guest MOore Of 1

CenterThe H. C. .
,, Tuesday At ChurchThe Service KAREN KAY PfUUNS Friends Brown at King el and La,

regular monthly business Church S e r vice Center S. Sgt. and Mrs. Homer Pul- a former here o, 'r J D, Pt :
birth of a and Mrs. A. F. Sauls and resident
Woman's lins the
Birthday Party Council of Mrs announce
and program meeting of the Bap- under the guidance Lake Butler, Sl&rkt
Karen Kay in the Mr. and Mrs. W M. Wimberly will be ,
held In the Fletcher Burnett with the able daughter, that glad
tist WMU was he 1s
For Brenda Lewis Met Last WeekThe I
several of last weekon gradually
church Tuesday afternoon with 12 assistance of Mrs Mary Plank Camp Blanding Hospital on Aug- spent days the Alachua rmprol
ust 9. Sgt. and Mrs. Pullins have a camping trip to Alto Lake. County
Little Brenda Jane Lewis was Woman's Council of the members and' one visitor present. entertained a large group of where he has fiG<
been residents of Starke for several Mrs. VV. S. Freeman of Tallahassee been
honored on her third birthday anniversary First Christian Church held its "Community Missions" was the Army men and their wives both Major and Mrs sertoUl
", last Friday afternoon monthly social meeting at the topic for discussion,, and Circle Saturday and Sunday Mrs. years. They have an apart- was the week-end guest son of St. H. C \Val:
Mrs. M. of Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Augu8tine!
of T.
ment at the home Bishop.
i when her mother Mrs. JamesA. home of Mrs. Van Johns Thurs- One was In charge of the pro- Averill played the piano for a a vacation at \V1 sPf'" ,
LewU, entertained at a delightful day, August 16. gram. Those taking part were group sing, which everyone hear. Hutchings and Mrs. Pullins was Bob Stith and Jim Slith of on Kingsley Lake.the
children's party at their The devotional was led. by Mrs. Mrs L. G. Powell Mrs. II. L. tily enjoyed. formerly employed at the Gulf Washington, D. C., arrived last Mr.

i 1 :i home on North Church St. from Ara Moltt and sentence prayers Hough, Mrs. W. O. Proctor, Mrs. The Center would like to thank 011 Station. ? Friday for ''a visit with t their and Mrs. E. L 1rJ.t'l
,1 4:30: until 6 o'clock offered I Clyde Priest, and Mrs. R. A.Thoma I all those local ladies who have so will have as guests
were by as a at
, groups time JANiCE JOANNE WALTON grandparents Mr. and Mrs H. L, Lake this, ktl:
The living and dining rooms thanksgiving! tot peace. Miss Jeanette Priest generously contributed their weekend, 1ofr.
+ and
where the young people were en The rooms where the members told of the wonderful time she during the past months to keep Friends here of Sgt. and Mrs. Brownlee. Arriving this week Nat Norfleet and chlldtep

tertained were decorated with were entertained. were beautifully experienced on her trip to the the activities there running Donald G. Walton of Gainesvillewill end to be guests of the Brown Madison. !
artistic a r r angements of varicolored decorated with cut flower, and Girls Auxiliary Camp held at smoothly. Among those ladies be interested to learn that lee's also are Dr. and Mrs. M. C. Miss Amy Cawley of
zinnias. delicious refreshments were serv Camp O'Leno.. particular thanks are given to they are announcing the arrivalof Stlth and daughter Sandra Beth Unit staff is Spending u+
over the Mrf. V. S. St. John Mrs. W. J. of Washington and Ens. Hugh c.1 in ""
t Informal: games were enjoyed ed' by Mlsaea Dot Johns and Mrs. Hough presided a daughter Janice Joanne on Valley Falls, Ran.
( -- Evelyn Colson. business session and reports from Chandler Mrs. W. A. Bonham August 17. Sgt. Walton who Is Stlth of Savannah Ga Mrs. Janie Avery
the chairmen were given. Mrs. MM. J. F. Hoover, Mrs. E. M. stationed at Camp Blanding'and Col. and Mrs. D. E. Knight of guests her h
sister. ErC
The next business will
meeting Priest asked that all Intermedl Davis, Miss Beryl Holland and Starke and Mr. and Mrs :
almost two
Mrs H. V. of
Mrs. Walton
spent ey Atlanta
FEET HURT be held at the church Sept. 6, Ga.. .
J ate leaders meet at the church Mrs. Boelter. Knight and children and
at 8:30 years in Starke and while here of Gainesville daughter Mrs. Louise
I TRY THIS 2-WAY 11 : p. m. Friday evening at 8 p. m., to i The Friday night Young People'a they lived in the home of Mr. have returned to their re- Fernandina.: They Wtrnl
make for IntermediateWeek Club met for their weekly be
throughout the afternoon and 'at plans and Mrs. E. I* Matthews. spective homes after a vacationat ated with Mrs. !
Money-Rack 5:30: o'clock Brenda and her little to be observed soon. Mrs., dance at the Center on August I Daytona Beach. eratlon of Avery Avery inn. |In tIi

{; .1IACKEL'S FOOT BALM guests were invMed into the din- Proctor;, stated that the Week of 1'I /. The subdued rattle of silverware ; I

r ease. aching burning, tired ing room to cut the birthday Prayer programs for State Missions I _...- from the newly-opened Avery Inn ,
tender' tfet-I'f"IIf burning would begin Sept. 17. Mrs. Edwin Green of Jacksonville . Carl Johns leaning over the

rallounew . Only SO1.A cake.The two-tiered cake Iced In R. A. Thomas announced that an spent the week-end( with Mr. and cash register at Condon's Grill,
d HACKEI/S MKDICATRD aU-day study course would be Mra. W. M. Wlmberly.
deep In conversation with
white and decorated In pink, was
,' held prior to their program. Mrs. *) CfSMITICS
1' + SOthH.FOOT refresher.helps POWDER' cools>' placed on the dining table which Hough appointed the following to Miss Nina Bishop Left Friday Condon . .
was covered with a handsome for Atlanta, Ga, where she will
r serve on the nominating committee -
I prevent or relieve athlete's lace cloth. Pink candles Pee, Wee and the Railway
7, foot. Retards birthday : Mrs. E. Lawson Mrs. H. L. Join a group of friends for a trip Cooper,
I topped the cake, wlifle' dainty to New York City Express, team cooling off
al foot Brownlee Mrs. R. A. Thomas
and l nor m pink rosebuds and pink birds on a bench in front of Dahmer's: MAX FACTOR DUBARRY
Mrs. R. A. Mrs. L. G.
Only BOo Miss Annie Mae Pearce of
were artUtlcally arranged around . Kap Duncan crossing Call
BOTH for $ I'ald Powell and Mrs. C. H. Harper.
Jacksonville la this week
.,1 the edge of each tier. After the spending Street on way to Council meeting
'r ORDER NOW VSK THIS children The meeting was closed with with I her mother, Mrs. Bertha
r sang "Happy Birthday", . Charles Wade passing the
kPl 1 COUPON prayer by Mrs. W. B. Alexander. YARDLEY LENTHERIC
Brenda blew out the candles and Pearce. time of day with fruitman Leon

Knrlimrd find I for cut the first slice of her cake. Dicandio I . .One! slightly tipsy

I tin ..... af .....k.I'. Foot Balm ..d Mrs. Lewis was assisted !In caiJstreeter highly 0 amused at the

Marker ba mailed Medlrntrd...'. BantaK Foot Powder.Te paid. serving refreshments' of ice cream .,,1'>,01 1 antics of'another slightly tipsy HARRIET HUBBARD AVER

N.... _________-.a.-._________ and cake by Mrs. Ralph Cox Mrs. a Callstreeter across the street . ,
Vernon Sllcox and Mrs. R. G. W. L. Wall it in
taking easy a
y Add... (IIKU) ...... .. w
- -
: Kldd. Tops and bubble pipes were front porch swing . Mrs. J. E.
; F. O. .....-...... State ...... used as favors for ,the afternoon. Futch in a spirited game of some- and ELIZABETH ARDEN

IIKKKI.Mall rnoMtrr toi CO.t About 25 little boys and girls thing or other with those n 'handsome _ __-

4!t.. Mt. Jam. Bldv.. were present to enjoy the afternoon visiting Stith boys . .
JaekmiB-vllle a. ...1.. Quito i let-down In excitementthis . On the spacious lawn of
.4" 1 ; I I with Brenda. week compared with whatwe the R. S. Fernandez home a few Morgan Darby winding up his
afternoon off by painting a boat
were living through just 168 energetic GIs and their wives
Mrs. G. L. Patten and son, . : The V S St. John family
hours ago . The coming of were engaged in a cut-throat
George, of Jacksonville have been leisurely dining in t h..e Guidon
V-J Day and an absorbing mur- game of croquet . Dr. 0. L. Burner Electric Stoves
AUTHORITYon here for several days with Mrs. Gilll . Lucy Carden supervising -
der all
trial going on at the same Haynes was taking a ten minute
Patten's mother, Mrs. E. E. a gasoline sale . Joe Ricks
The courthouse "gang" break on the front porch after
DEAFNESS I Canova. Is enjoying the lull, and can't sayI a hard day: at the old grind home ort Navy leave driving
down the main ..
.1,' mind it either . Did manageto (ooops! a pun) . Tow-headed drag $7.00Three

9 a Sf ) CHIROPRACTIC gather a few odds and ends Charles Schmitt puttered around
w Will Demonstrate New of information however and will the back yard at DeWitt Jones', So there you have it, folks .

xa WarDevelopedHearing HEALTH SERVICE be glad to let you in on what 3 I aided and abetted by his attractive And there you have it, Callstreeters -

.1 Lens have ". . Hear tell J. P. an' tow-headed dotter . in service, who might have
DR. H.. T. UTiiLAUTCHIROPRACTOR Louise Warren (State Farm) are been wondering what the ole town Registered, Graduated 'PharmacistsOn

moving to Jax'vllle where J. P. seems like now that peace is here
will turn his talents toward sell> Also glimpsed: Mrs. W. A. Bon- again '. Doesn't sound very To

414 West. Main Street North, ing Insurance . Buddy Bishop' ham partaking of a solitary even exciting does it? . But maybeit Duty Serve You At All Times

Gainesville Fla. will soon be treading the well- ing meal in the attractive little all adds up to something . ,
y .4i worn bricks of Call Street being home Callstreeters recently' fixed Maybe it adds up to Americaat -

HOURS- : scheduled to arrive at Blanding up for her . :Gary Ennis, proving least a little part of It!
himself a handy man around KOCH DRUG STOR
this week from ETO Harry -
B to IS, 1:30: to 5:30: the house still
Tyson (ex-State Farm) and wife things up So long . See you In the
Phone 2261Starke's . The J. T.II! Quigleys
opening next . ,
are announcing ,the arrival of
ac the doors of the
their second dotter; in Miami . . Tabernacle to Carolyn. .
Dot Powell :1s helping hold down a faithful group' answering! the
the School Board office while call of the tolling bell. A GI

WMm I Fran Peek sees the sights of watermelon. cutting in progresson
t'w' r r South the stoop of the little cottage
I Florida across the street . The rattle

4jfr*: Np' Hear the youngest R. G. Kidd -of bottles hushed at sundown the Coca-Cola pause plantno there Announcing The Opening Of

heir who waa still an Infant when
. L. A. Rennolda gazing ruefully
4.I his dad went (overseas couldn't at the sad condition of the BRANNEN
quite get used to having the Capt. muddy street in front of his home OPTICIANS
I around the house . All ,
during .. Mrs. T. W: Oliver engagedIn I
i Kldocl's furlough his youngest son some sort of
parlor with
referred to him as "that man"! game
a GI couple on. her front porch I .
0" Seems odd to pass by the Millard Judd working over-
Gem Jewelry and not Pat -
see -
Mr.. Loula A. 8U>gmann, with Lambe behind time at a concrete block struc- ----- -----
p {;y' prelallied training on hard of counter butIt' ture near his home .
5 a changing world we live inisn't
G y+ 'tl ip hearing problem. will conduct . it 7 ; Hear Junlua 'J'
a free clinic at the residence finest TheSIZZLING and Virginia' Smith are having John I/glow taking his eveningease ; Glasses Fitted
of Mra.. John Uglow. 115 In his favorite front porch '
5'' quite a time getting in and out
Lafayette\ St., on Monday Aus- of their Santa Fe Lake place rocker . The E. F. Phillips '

++s, i r .r G h Wit 27th., from 1 1". M. to A restaurantand B, since the heavy rains . Seems family enjoying the cool of the Prescriptions Filled

r 1 P. M. they started down to Daytona evening on their front steps . . ."*
bar Ditto for Mrs. W. T. Dowty . \ '
Beach at 1 "
m. and
lie will denM Broken
ntrate Lenses
> new '
f i Ditto for W. M. Edwards ,,, _, Duplicated .
Jat : AcoiiNtlcon HearingS S y a t em remained in the mud until 3 p. m. except ., .
he v
favors a rocker . Ditto
. for
At one time three '
embracing the 8 battle elements cars were '
iKtQ stuck in the same jailor[ Ben Rowe . The tinkleof ', -
recommended by the U. S. puddle at the Sun Glasses & Goggles
} 1. Government A same time! ; At least they a piano spilling: over from the ,
s' j had company In their misery . popular Gl-packed Bamboo . .

p Being hurt of hearing hlmaelf, STEAK A couple of soldiers leaning over Repairs of all Kinds in One to Three Days
.1 the counter
Mr. Stegmann take an under- if Somehow I've always had a talking to a ball-

11'' Htandlng Intercut In helping the LOBSTER hankering (or maybe It.., Just game girl attendant In the other-
hard of hearing and Is qualified morbid wise deserted Temple Ave. carnival -
curiosity to know
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to make scientific correct certain number of whata . The E. M. Davises deep Flattering Frames and Mountings to Select From
people were
( fitting,* of bone and air conduction SHRIMP M doing at a certain time . So 'In a bridge game on their cool
Instrumentx.. screened porch . Lights already
o Tuesday afternoon' (or was it WHY GO OUT OF TOWN'
CHICKEN Wednesday) in that i out In the quiet home of FOR COMPLETE

only Any etnburrasiiing Mage of deafness but BcrlouM Is not hour between dusk and witching dark I the Misses town's Amelia earliest and retlrers Olive Ray-, . OPTICAL SERVICE 'WHEN WE BRING IT TO YOU?

to the welfare of good health started out to explore . This Is

U r l ,r 5, and most generally\ 'Ix progressive. what I found: Callstreeters are -- -- -- .
--- ---
'B definitely relaxed at this time MALARIAChecked --

For . A large majority are en

? ti l When one becomes aware of gaged In nothing more serious In 7 Days With Service From One
i their deafness they hould Immediately Connoisseurs than trying to beat the heat and LIQUID for To Seven Days

,WS.. consult a physician rest a bit after their day's labor ..
'1 and If the condition Is of a by sitting In a lot of different 666 6 MALARIALSYMPTOMS .

progremilve type they should 0 ways In a lot of different places only M direct
wear a reputable hearing aid
i' l t N that has been scientifically fitted Ii Discounts To All Members Of The Armed

k ? their particular hearing Food Forces And Their Families -

,O.},. 20 Percent Discount to All l
{ ONE BRIGHT Service Men
4 Wearing an aid exercise the and SPOT ,
L tt sensory nerve, retard deaf- 0
d'' Deem and prevent\ or correct I Drink BAUCII & LOMB AMERICAN OPTICAL FIRST QUALITY
tx1t X41 defective I
speech which cornea!
Ills old horse died and his mule went lame
From non-registration of woI.mpulses I PRODUCTS USED
1t on tho brain. And he lost his cow in a poker game,

r A cyclone came one summer day
One of the feature of the And blew his house
and barn Free
away; Transportation to Jacksonville
AoouNtlcoa or Gainesville: for
Hearing System Is Then .
an earthquake
followed to make it good '
;rK "
< Scientific
Speech Eye
And swallowed the Examination
ground where his house had stood;

nervousness And then the mortgage men came around

indigestion' leepleHnea *- r And heartlessly claimed the hole in the ground.

', nea and Inferiority complex This shock: was so great that he up and died J.:; S. BRANNEN Jr.Rx

Y are the results of Impaired And his widow and children wept and cried.

i'a bearing which can readily be Rut something was left for the kids and wife .

overcome with the proper Dining OutTonight For he had insurance !in the OPTICIAN
hearing/ aid.

,. You should take advantage of ? 116. SOUTH: WALNUT STREET 9:00: A. M. 0- 10:00 P. M. DAILY

u this free hearing clinic and If

'y K your examination show the Have dinner here In a pleasant Charley E. Johns Agency _u_ ____ ______
Lr y ; need for medical referral you atmosphere where you know

will be advised and then fitted the food Hill be deliciously 119 East Call Street -
)k, : according: to the physici cooked and attractUely served. JACKSONVILLE OFFICE

; an's recommendation. Phone 13 Starke,

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NEWS and Mr. and ),{rs. Joseph Malpas I Clyde G. Priest and son, Dan Miss Betty Carter of Cocoa Is Mrs. W. J Johnston and Miss Mrs. Sam Anderson and daughter -
Sally of have '
were Jasper returned from Ponte Vedre visiting Mrs. Laura I. Powell and Mary Davis of Rome, Ga.,, were Janet and Mrs. A. W. Anderson -
M. guests Sunday of M\g, J. Beach where they "spent' a week Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Fields. week-end guests",. of Mrs. John were shopping In Jack- r
Carter la i spending\ Mrs. C. A. Knight left Wednesday I Mitchell. and Miss Lucille visiting Priest. Mr. and Mrs. Van H Mrs. Joe Martinez Is spendinga ston's brother-in-law and sister, sonville Thursday. I

.*rs.Jto? York City for a vacation In Henderson- Dr. and Mrs. H. Mason Smith Mrs. Ethel M. month with relatives in Petersburg Mr. and Mrs Sum Anderson i Mr and Mrs. A. H. Durshlmer
New Biggs
t Adolph ville, N C.Friends I and son, Mason: Jr? of Tampa Dottie Sue, and and Mrs.daughter. O. J-. Va. Mrs. Drew Clarke of Tampa anu. eon of Alhary. On., were ,
Mrs. aadaugh- of I Pvt and Mrs spent the first of the week here overnight guests! at the hume of
)!r and arrival of Mrs. L. F. Smith were guests last Thursday of Mr. Griffin spent Tuesday in Jacksonville Randolph Boree
ounced the Farm Hospital will be Interested to learn that and Mrs. O. I* Beasley and Mrs. and daughter Iris Lynn of Jacksonville !I with her brnthet-ln-law and sister Mr, and Mrs F. L. Durshimer
In t.JI'! state August 8. she Is at home following a five j. W. Klncald. Miss Ann New sum of Jackson- were week-end guests of Mr. nml' Mrs. Lorenzo D Moi.tlay. They were en route J
\\'ednesday.\ Frances weeks' serious illness In River- Mrs Y. A. Harris was calledto ville was the week-end of Mrs. Boroe's parents, Mr. and Green. to their home In Albany/ after
ud! S. lJ peek, Miss and( Miss side Hospital Jacksonville Her Sebastian Tuesday because of Mrs. Barbara Clute at her guest homeon Mrs G. H. Bennett. Pvt. Boree Mi'*. Carrie Ward has retuiced visiting at the home of Mrs. Dur-
k. WS. J. St DarbY spending this condition shows a slight Improvement the serious Illness of her mother, Kingsley Lake recently returned from overseas to her home here after spendingthe shlmer's parents In Bunnell. i
, !l&Roscnberg are and her mother, Mrs. O. W. Mrs. Esther Braswell. Mr. and Mrs. George C. White C. L. Stockwell of Eustls. a past three weeks with friends Mr. and Mrs T. W. Oliver have I +
k at Miami Beach. Ortf- Little of.Indiana is with her. Col and Mrs. Ralph Crawford, and daughter, Frances, of Tallahassee. former resident of Starke, was I I and relatives In Atlanta, Marietta returned from a vacation spent at
ils I + Mary Ann Watson of Miss! Mary Demaree of Gaines- of Jacksonville were guests last Mrs. S. P, Vandlvlere and visiting friends here one day last and CartersvUle. Git. St. Simon's Island Ga. I II 1
Ga returned to her weeks'home ville will be the week-end guestof I Friday of Capt. and Mrs. R. G. son, Pitner, of Bay Pines awl week. Mrs Grace Pearce and son, I Mrs. O. E. Stansbury an J i r
f"ty knowing a two and her brother-in-law and sister I Kldd. Mrs. Crawford returned Mr. and Mrs. Carl Alderman and l Dr and Mrs. B. S. Carroll and Vernon of Plant City spent the daughter, Mrs! N. N. Prevat :
11 t here with her uncle Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Ritch. Tuesday and spent the day with son of Baltimore, Md., were guests children of Jacksonville are enjoying week-end here with Mr. and Mrs.J. have returned to their respective !
nt t ;\fr. and Mrs. L. D. < Mrs. H L. Speer returned Mrs. Kidd. during the week of Mrs. G. W. a vacation at their summer H. Fields. Mrs. Pearce is a homes' here after a visit with relatives -
and Mrs. Walter Sate Tuesday to ,her home In Pahokee. Air Cadet Earl Johnson of Alderman.Mr. home on Klngsley Lake sister of Mr. Fields. I lit Leonardto, Md. 1
Gainesville; were guests following a visit here with her Maxwell Field Ala., spent Thursday and Mrs. Junius M. Smith -.- 'r
night of Mr. and Mrs. H. C. sister, Mrs R. A. Green, and her here with his wife and Mrs. spent the week-end at Daytona A
v mother, Mrs. Y. A. Harris. J. M. Brownlee. Beach as guests of Mr. and Mrs. ., .'
: Knight of Gainese Capt. R. G. Kidd left Saturdayfor Zack Brown spent Tuesday and N. Sternberg.
\I1S1 Nancy grand- Ft. Bennlng. Ga., after spend- Wednesday in Starke. He has Lt. John Arthur Torode will ,-,-- I :
e II. srt/.K D. E.ght. ing a month's furlough here with : been In Asheville, N. C., for several report Saturday to the Army Air WALL PICTURES ?t
ents, his family.ATTENTION. months, and will now returnto Field at Greensboro, N. C., after
-. I his home in Chicago, Ill spending a furlough here with his "fj ,
Mrs. E. J. Howling and son, mother, Mrs. Pauline Torode. 'it" I'
Ernie, spent Friday in Jackson- Mrs. J, C. Poppell of Plant SQUARES & OVALS 't.o. '" ;., ",
ville.Mrs. City was a guest this week of her
R. A. Green Mrs. Y. A. sister-in-law, Mrs. Warren Per-
Harris and their guest Mrs. H. kiru.1 FAIRS TO MATCH
Li. Speer of Pahokee. were visitors Mrs. J. J. Fitzgerald returnedto
to Gainesville Friday. her home In Tampa on Tues- a
Although The Gas and Fuel Jimmy Hoppe of Tampa has returned day, after, spending four weeks
to his home after a visit here with her daughter, Mrs. $1.75 to $6.50
Oil Rationing Has Ended Deliveries here with his uncle and aunt, Mr. Marcus F. Brown. '
and Mrs. O. L. Beasley, and an- Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Sewell had ,
I -.....;. =: ,.., : ..' -7' I
other aunt, Mrs. J. W. Kincaid. as a guest Wednesday afternoon : ;; ;;:::: r-J
Will Be Uncertain Be- While here, Jimmy accompaniedby i their nephew, Bobby Cottrell of
Mrs. Beasley and Mrs. Kin- Leesburg, who has Just returned '
cause of Help Shortage and caid, visited in St. Augustine and from Germany. James Edward .1
Jacksonville. Cottrell who attended B.H.S. >
Inadequate Equipment.We Friends of Capt. Milton Brown- here Is in the Navy and recently
lee, son of Mrs. J. M. Brownleeof I has been sent to Shoemaker, (
Starke, will be Interested to Calif. Both of these young men
learn that since his honorable are sons of Mr. and Mrs. J. D.
Will Appreciate Our Cus- discharge from the army he has Cottrell of Leesburg.Mr. Solid Light ElmS
bought a feed and fertilizer business and Mrs. O. W. White are S ..
tomers Placing Their Orders In Gainesville, which: he Is spending today In Jacksonvillewith
5 and 6 I'ie'
: now operating.Mrs. their son-in-law and daughter -
Early For Fuel Oil. T. W. Caruthers of Miami Mr. and Mrs C. W. Savage. ;
will return to her home Monday Sgt. R. W. Reese of Haward, 160.75
after spending three weeks here Nebr., was visiting his family here ::
as the guest of her mother, Mrs. last week at the home of Mrs.
W. J. Churchwell: and the Rev. Reese's parents, Mr. and Mrs. ., f41 179.75Single t
L G. DUNCAN Agt. Mr.| Churchwell.Mrs. Adam T. Green. Mrs. Reese and :
Elizabeth Hornick, Miss daughter, Dorothy, accompaniedSgt.
Margaret Ann Young Miss Madge Reese back as far as Montgomery : ; _

Middleton and Mrs. Barbara Ala., for a visit with and Double Door Utility Cabinets $18.50 to $22.75 :5
STANDARD OIL CO. Clute were USO business visitorsin his mother, Mrs. E. G. Reese.
Gainesville last week. Mrs. P. M.- Barefoot and Miss
Mr. and Mrs. N. Sternberg returned Sara Barefoot spent Sunday aft- Occasional Rockers With Springs , _. $12.50
Phones 85 or 55 Starke, Fla Sunday from a vacationat ernoon In Baldwin visiting Mr.

Daytona Beach. and Mrs. S. D. Phillips. IT'S A FACT YOU CAN DO BETTER AT
Pvt. and Mrs. Robert Shook of Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Hutto are
Streator, 111., enroute to Miami spending this week with relativesIn
Beach were guests of Mr. and Orangeburg, S. C. John H. Denmark Furniture Co.
Mrs. E. L.. Matthews at Kingsley : Mrs. Shellle Hall is adding two
Lake last weekend.Mrs. rooms to her residence near the PHONE 151 STARKE, FLA.
,NAT SEZ: : .0. J. Griffin of St. Au- I depot. '
gustine the guest daughter Mr. and Mra. Raleigh Conner
Had the pleasure of attending Mrs. Ethel M. Biggs. spent Wednesday In Palatka.Mr. .
Mrs J. H. Gill of Savannah, .. . .
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.. Wts- HotJirj-l I b-ln Daytona and MM.; Stewart Jensen "
r Ga., arrived here Monday becauseof .
Beach the other flay. When they and daughter 'of Miami Beach " a
( the serious illness of her ,' 'j ,' \, I I
asked me to Introduce myself and father, J. M. Alvarez. :Mrs. W. wre.: visiting friends' here Satur I ,
state my business classificationI 'P. Randall and children of Norfolk day.Mr ',. "\0:", 'ii Ii
Va., arrived Tuesday, whileW. and Mr./George Powell of ,' 'f
said: "Nat Sternberir, Starke, .', t. I ,
H. Graham, stationed in New Newton, N. C., are spending a t "
Fla., nylon hose." If you HOC a Jersey, Is expected to arrive the vacation at the home of MI'II. ,, i"L" '''. ,;
sudden rush of folks up here latter part of the week. Mr Laura I. Powell "
from Daytona, you can give me Alvarez is now receiving medical Pfc. Clarence Andreu' has returned '
the credit. attention in the State Farm Hos to his ,station In South i
pital. Carolina after spending a 10-day r rM ,
Ben A. Dowling of Jacksonville ; furlough here with his wife and
Is seriously! 111 at the home of his : his father, Ira W. Andreu. While) > : ;,
brother-in-law and sister, Dr. and here, they visited relatives in i }
Mrs. W. E. Middleton. I I Panania City. I,


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Both Military and Civilian ; '

Who May Be Leaving Us Soon . '

In a few months or weeks some' of you will tt tt'r
I be leaving for other parts. I hope that you '

f. LEFT who can do so will stay with us, but you who I 1 j dJI

r f cannott, I wish to thank for your contribution H

toward the prosperity we have enjoyed. With i I ,

e few exceptions our relationship in businesshas i'S] : ,;

been a pleasant one. .\

We will miss the part you have played in E
.t helping Bradford County go over the top in 50 5/'e Returning Serviceman A 'I''

all the obligations our Government has assigned .
S S' ti
,. at to us, and also those obligations of a local
and civic nature incident to the war effort. .

$$3.95 I, having been very closely associated with ;I

both, can speak with authority when I say FOR A JOB WELL DONEAND t

you have been more than generous. 'S.


-W LINE OF BLOUSES $3.95 Wherever you may go from here, rememberus SINCERELY WISH YOU GOOD .5 I

word for Starke.
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---- I : ii FARM NOTESBy more rust-resistant and will stay{feed crops, don't spare the fertilizer pasture has been seeded and sod mowing seedheads and scattering before the mature seeds 1848.Dated this 4th day of August, ton.818 Union Street, Seattle--,---.
green longer In the spring. Thereis for "One bag of fertilizer ded to improved grasses during grass (OFFICIAL SEAt) A. J. 'Thomaa. You qe
L. T. Dyer County Agent have all shattered out. Bomb Clerk of Circuit Court of Bradford are requlr1,
an ample supply of seed of is worth one bag of bought feed the past nine years It is esti- farmers harvest with seedpan attachments County, Florida. 8-10 4t 8-31 named 17 IB4 tll IPp.S..ptemb..r .f
this variety In West Florida, but and coats much less." mated that at least another 100- plaintiff Court end l ""au.In .the
By I* T. Dyer County Agent farmers should get their seed The o.l conservation payment 000 acres has been established for ordinary mowing I iv 'lIu'.r r-oi'nT. ni.4i>ponnCO County Telegraph seeks b early. of AAA assistance Larger machines. !'NTY' KLOIIIUtl IV CIIA.MtKHV. Order In next Ih!;
i OATS-It was estimated that for growing a good coverage without !! Witness tour Weepy"
there were 1.500 acres of oats (For grazing, two bushels per Ojft is $1.50 per acre. Also pay- plant'ngs! would have been made, SINGING CONVENTIONThe Leland P. Field Plaintiff, vn. Ethel seal at Starke my Florldo hand anal G
: should be mSU Is made on the fertilizer however, if seed had been avail- Bradford County Singing II!. Field Defendant Cane No. 3969. day ot August, I"U., ''hie
planted In this county last fall. acre planted. OctoberIs
able. The AAA Is continuing to OFFICIAL SgAI!! ..
to the with the
applied crop. Convention will
meet A. t
acreage should be more than the best month for planting. oC '1IId r J T
+ for harvesting seed and for STATE OF FLORIDA to Mm. 'C. Frank "Utl
doubled Farmers should observe these pay Hamptcn Baptist Church Sunday. !
this fall because of the Ilnfdrum
This new variety can be planted lands in an Ethel M. Field, whose address Is Atty. for 3t'M"
seeding pasture ap-
feed shortage. five things: ((1) Plant a larger August 26, at 2 p. m. Every '.1+; ,
IfrIl The farmers of the earlier because It does not rust. acreage of oats this fall; ((2)) Use proved manner. body invited. I .. ---
county --
At least 500 to 600 pounds of an ample amount: of seed per Mr. McMullet) gays that Florida ---
I'' J planted about 1,000 bushels of good complete fertilizer should be acre; ((3)) Fertilize heavily; ((4)) farmers harvested 73.600 pounds 1\O'l'Il' OP TAX APPLICATION m'KKllouav : FOR The finest 0
Qulncy No. 1, one of the new applied per acre. Top dressing Plant early; (5)) and plant Quincy of grass seed last year, and he: Mill No. IMH3NOTICK
varieties released by North Florida with 200 pounds per acre of NI- them to exceed that a- : IS HKKKBV OIVEN. Steaks
No. 1 Oats. I expects that W. H. IlarwUk the holder of foods
9 Experiment Station. This va- trate of Soda after oats are up mount this year. The farmers the following, certificate has filed
riety has proved to be far better and growing' Is recommended. harvested 53,100 pounds of car- Bald certificate far a tax deed to Shrimp
than the old varieties, as It Is In fertilizIng oats and other Grass Seed Harvest pet grass seed 18,500 pounds of be Issued numbers thereon.and year The of certificate Imu-- at reasonable

f Still ImportantHarvesting Bahla and 2,000 pounds of Dalits ance, the description of the prop Lobsters
erty, and the name In which It
IH'i r 1 grass seed. was assessed are a* follow: prices
locally produced
l A Portion of Certificate No. 170
grass seed throughout Florida is Grass seed harvesting is a relatively Year of Issuance June 1, A. t>. .. and
5 Good Tricks Important again this season, de- new Industry for Florida, 1943.; "Court & Call St.
Country Description of Property: N I A Combinatio
j clares K. S. McMullen, loll conservationist the soil conservationist points of that portion of Ntt of NWV4\ of ,. ,. ..
/ with the Florida Agricultural out, and doubtless Is here to HWH\ W of Road 13. "Section' 20.Township Sea
r I Extension Service. stay. containing 7 3 South acres, more Range or 22 lean.East George Kopelousos Food
for Saving More Used FatsI Farmers are already In their pas County agents soil conservation Saxon.Name In which assessed J. II. Owner Platter
district supervisors and technicians -
tures and fields with combinesand All of aM property being In the
other harvesting/ devices as vocational agriculture teachers County of Bradford, State of Flor-.
Right now. the country is facing the wont fat shortage grass seeds mature. AAA representatives and others ida.Unless .
< since the war began. To help make up the deficit, the Grass seed are still needed, in are urging farmers throughout shall such be certificate redeemed or according certificates "- UIDONURIU"Eat
< government is depending on the women of America-and larger quantities than can be obtained the state to harvest as many to law the property describedIn
particularly our women on farms and in smaller cities. such certificate or c.rUfl..ateewill
f for improving grazing grass seed as possible, and to be Bold to the highest bidderat
Every drop of fat is needed to help make battlefield andy lands and thus helping farmersto cure them properly. If they are the court house door on the At The Best And Forget The
t ,homefront essential So roll up your sleeves and do an Increase production of milk, to be marketed they should be first tember' Monday, 1845. which In the Is month the 3rd of Sep day Rest'
ful-out job won't you? Clip this a reminder. meat and other animal products.The tested by the State Seed Labora of September 1945. 10- d

4 let+. improved grasses not only
1 L J' ;:' bring higher production, but at tory In Tallahassee :- ------ -

., ..' .. the same time they lower pro- Mr. McMullen says farmers can -
$4 "" I. duction costs, he increase their plantings of carpet,
:" says.
: \
, f' '". The Agricultural Adjustment Bahia and Dallla grasses by harvesting WHEN YOUR TIRES ARE SLICK
i : A v ere>aser t41y I I'Si't Agency has reported that nearlya the seed with combinend
I / half million acres of Florida sowing them later, or by>
j \ : leeesrr <, IT'S TIME TO

f, '. -- :'j_. ""J I Ad.etwwntFrom RECAP

"\ p IJj; where I sit..bY Joe Marsh LET US RECAP YOUR COMPLETE SET Storage Room

e .. nun SALT POIIC-with milk gravy.Salt pork:yieldssat" Songs for a
.o much greaie you won't need it all for gravy. ". ALL SIZE TIRES AND TUBES
r- Pout the rest into the salvage can. I,
fir Better WorldWe ;. '.

i ,, s t 2. DID H(1 nVINO-use the fat over and over but
r 'Q ) when its too dark and smelly to use any more. all WORKMANSHIP GUARANTEED
t d 'l don't forget Uncle Sam wants itl I were sitting around the Southern melody-they I .
t 41) mbers of Ed Crumplt's bara common language of the heart u _ _ __ ____
r V, 'I !' 9. BOASTS AND CHOPS-save all trimmings (lICI'aps ecue last Saturday night fin.blnd folks us -
G !! from the too.) them in small bowl
.. plate Keep a ;?
fishing our beer and hot dogs forget our
!__ once a week melt them down. wiiile.Ed strummed the guitar .From where I sit, music can

't'' !2 .1 4. f AUSAOIS-they're better If you parboil them first . picking out old, friendly help to make the whole world STARKE TIRE SERVIC1
Skim the fat off the cooking water- crape)the fat songs. kin. Maybe\ we ought to have a

i' from the frying pan. Soon everyone! was singing. lot more of It...Informal sing

i" \ 5. CMIOHM COUP-chin: It before you uae It.Scoop oft/ The harmony; wasn't too good around the fire,and In the borne.
.. 4q t, R ..", the hardened grease(soup trnttff better tool) ...but the spins was-a spirit ot And it's sure true that a mellow ADJOINING TEMPLE GARAGE Temple Ave.
r rln .I friendship and good humor. glass of beer fits Into the pie
r WA.nibsalra t can la futt. 'de it to four butch with
And It ture. It naturally
made think how Just goes
.- promptly H. wilt Dire you 2: red point and tip to
F 4't a 4o tot.r.ry pound of WMcf fit you turn in. overcomes music-music barriers of the of prejudiceand people- that kind of music.Copyright. (1f.I AI'' COME IN AND SEE OUR AEROPLANE TIRES

rl Intolerance. A Yankee folk- 80e -/

2I' IDO )O.OOO More Pounds of Used Fats Are Needed This Year song or an English carol or a ALSO OTHER TIRES & TUBES FOR SALE

t 4 'y .t/J. .W. WAy Pd sad o+PA. pttd/.r ii7 Lrdashq.y .
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mortar fire fell I
directly on the
courage and
area setting fire to two Jeeps and credit on the Armed initiative Forces.reflect came Friday to vlsli! Mr and Mrs K'.UNI_ 8th, 19(5. County Telegraph. shall publish auhHcrlbe

i t Farm some ammunition which began to Pfc Thomas Is the R.and P. McLeudon. Mrs. Wiggins Aa tOKKlCIAL Clerk of SKAL Bald: )Court A. J. Thomaa this. .Order In next tour weekly laaueN. of the my said name town and tn cause be here theel 1 ?

fate son of Mr. sons returned to their home T. Frank amtrum, unto affixed this the 8th day of
Whitfield explode. Unmindful of personal and Mrs. t. R. Thomas and the Monday while Mrs. Atty. for Plf Starke Florida WItness m> hand and official. August A. I). 1948.OFFICIAL .
McLendon '.10 4t 811 '
)11110. aria: . . risk and disregarding: the explod- nephew of E. J. Harris. He attended for a longer visit with remained iv 'H"'I"IT seal I at 4th.,Htarke 1945. Florida. this August ( CHAKUEd HEAL A. )DARBY Mayo I
'O"IIT. RH.11FOltl
ing ammunl 11 Ion. > .
Pfc. Thomas Clay High School In Green her son and his family (;'UI"'I", KI.UIII1IA IV (1145Slvrtle (OFFICIAL SEAM A. J. Thomas Attest:
STAB assisted others In moving the Cove Springs 4 kV BRONZE undamaged J.
RlJED and was graduate A. Bouvl r. Jr. and childrenof J. S. Ilarrleon. .Law Exchange Bliiv 8-10 Bt (-7
Thomas was vehicles to therefrom EIm Lewln, Plaintiff ..
safety. He In 19H. Miami "' Jacksonville, Fla.
Atty. for
are Pit.
\\ guests of Mr. and loll"* Lewis ,
Defendant. Case No.
Medal then -
Bronze helped unhook tt Sal
Star the trailers of Mrs. J. A. Bouvler. 3Sr dfj> iv ('III"II'r roi HT. hll \I.ORD
'ed the the COMMUNITY: CLUB Sr., having rot 'T". .
service In combat, burning jeeps and dragged MEETING ORDER OF FLOIIIIItt IV CIIA.VHV.
arrived : '.
For the Saturday. Other visitors AND TO WHOM IT M %* C'O\CKHVl: ( : .
them to safety. Returning to the August meeting of the of Mr. and Mrs. Bouvier 8TATK NOT1CR OF TO APPKAIl TAKE. NOTICK THAT A 1D40 1':. D. Mc-Sweenv.' Plaintiff va. Ada. ,

Rt'ssrssa.tti l area under fire he then devoted Community Club the club room were Mr. and Mrs. Sunday Lewis, whose residence FLORIDA and to:address Willie Tudor Ford, Engine No. 18-6787585. M. McMweeny, Defendant. Can No.

..Tat a battalion supply his energy to moving undamaged was made colorful with bowls of: and children of McIntosh.Cecil McRa U You Marlon are South Carolina. than with 31, appralRed wan aeliied value lit Bradford of lees 8942.ORDER: OF riTRUPATIONAND

when a heavy con- ammunition regardless of the con zinnias In shades of pink and three weeks' Aftera Oeptember" 10.required 111.5, In to the appear above on County Florida, July 20 1945 for NOTICK TO APPEAR
town yellow. Mra visit with her named being nod In violation of ('hap. STATE OF FUW1DA to Ada M.
and tinued rain of Lynwood 'ourt and
artillery enemy fire. His Watts cause wherein ter ,, McSweeny, whoa address
enemy laws f
!Jon of First grandparents Miss Cecile McRae plaintiff 'Hveka divorce. Bradford IU8811J Florida Acts of un. i
Vlce-Presldent. known
presided. In went home with her family Sun County; Telegraph a hall nulillnh 1945 Jamea: T.that Vorelle It :la ,the Intentionof : : You
the Interim between the meeting this Order In next four weekly laWltnroR Director of are required to appear on i
day. Andre McRae is now visit .u... the /State Beveraite Department of September-" 1945 In the above ,
ana .
the social hour Miss Cecil Florida to possess for of the named Court and
Ing use cause, whereinPlaintiff :
a A s, ., McRae of McIntosh Mr. and Mrs. Bouvier as 1 Is my hand and official Department the above deiicrlbed eeeka divorce. Bradford I
played piano also Miss Betty McRae who i Is seal at stl solos. The 81 h., .
hostesses for the aft en route to her H, 1945. this Order In next four. weekly laMien. > ,
home following SKAI.) A. J. Thomas .
ernoon were Mrs. R. H. Tyson a As Clerk of said. Court All persons clulmlnr.. any rlahtor J liWllnesa
4 and Mrs. Bryan Whltfleld stay In Carolina points as camp r. Frank I-iindrum, Starke, Florida interest In or to said properly my hand and official
EVERYBODY .+ refreshments and counselor and as the guest of Atty. for !'If 8.10) 4t 8-31 or any part thereof are hereby required seal at /Starke, Florida this AuguatOFFICIAL J
consisted of ice relatives. to appear and t<> make auchrlalm t. 1946 vl(
ENJOYS EATINGAT cream and cake. within thirty nO) days from ( : .BEAD. A, J. Thomas ,I
iv '
CIHet11' roi I T. miI>KI>HI the date. of the first. publicationaa Aa Clerk of said Court
Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. ('I)1 \'l'1. FI.OHIIttl l> ('11 t5' provided by Section T, Chapter .,
TYSON BABY Arch Dobbs were Mr. and :Mrs (.al l". 286X9, laws of Florida.. Acts of W .C.. Slinger, Attorney at Law .
Nadine Shelley Plaintiff! vi 1945. tn the State Beverave Department Mncclenny Florida Ally, for Pit.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Tyson or Clyde Dobbs and children of Joseph! 111. sfh"1yi.; Dutendant' C'as Tallahaxxee. Florldii. or- "-3 4t 821.iv !
PARK CAFE Miami announce the birth of their Gainesville. ;10.; a'49. all such rights and Interest. In and )I
he second daughter OltllsR OF FPRLirATION:- to until property shall cease and ruin IT citi'itT. nH\i>rnunf '
on August 13. Following approximately a AND ;NOTICH; TO API-WAR terminate 01 VTV. Fl.llltllltl IV. CIIAV- I
Mr. Tyson is the son of Mr. and year's service In the Europeanarea BTATi (OF FLORIDA: Joseph JAMES' VOCKI.LR, KHV.. r
:M. ,
Mm. R. H. Tyson of the Farm. Lt. J. R. Jones arrived Union' Sheeli-v Street, whose renldencn la 1402 Director State IloveraK, Deport. James (OeraM' McCnlih Plaintiff vn. ly
Itrunawlrk Uenra-ta. ment of Florid, 8-10 it 9-7 Margaret. 11..rllyI'Cobb.! D*-
Tuesday of last week to be with You are required to appear. on ffiulant. Caae No. 1940.
Delicious Regular Meals After having visited Mr. Uobbs /Septemher. 10. 1S46 In the nbov
his wife and children at the homeof named Court and cause wherein >OT ION <>F MI.KCIIOV on PElt OF riTRLIPATIONAND ( :- I ,
par eiits.: Mr. and Mrs, Arch Mrs. Jones' plaintiff seeks dlvor...., Bradford T, Charles A. Darby Mayor of NOTICK TO APPEAR y )
Healthful Vegetable Plates Dobbs, since Wednesday. Mr. and parents, Mr. and County Telegraph a hat II publish /Starke Florida by virtue of theauthority STATE OF "-1.(1111)10, : Mra.
Mrs. Mrs. Shelley Rosier. this Order In next tour weekly laUC vented III me by law iln Mara-aret. D..I..rIJYI'ohh.. whoa
Short OrdersREGIONAL Joe Dobbs and children returned .. !.. hereby rail an election tn he held 1 address la-1222 Ht Murka Ave.,
to their home in Ft. CN Mary Jo Caldwell of New Witness my hand and official l lit the. City Mall In the aforenald. Brooklyn N. Y. i
Pierce Orleans La., Is with her parents seal at ytnrke Florida, this Au town by the qualified, voter nil You are required I to appear on
Sunday. gust 4th,. 1915.tUFFICIAI. Tuemlay September II, 1945 for August. 31, 1145 In the above named
The Rev. L. A. Shepherd was Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Caldwell fora ( SKAL: ) A..t. Thomas .the purpose of electing the ful- Court and cause, wherein plaintiff '
the month's vacation. Aa Clerk of said Court. lowing officers: seeks divorce. Bradford County '
guest speaker at the morn J. M. HarrlMon. Law Io "<,han,r" nltllr, One Mayor Telegraph shall Publish I this Order ,
Ing and evening services at the Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Tyson or JackHonxllle. Fla. .A It)'. (lee Plf. Two Aldermen, In next four weekly laaiiaa.Wltneiia g
WO FAVORITES Jacksonville 8-10 4t 8-31 One Clerk Treasurer Tnt my hand and officialaval .
Church In Lake Butler spent Sunday with Assessor and Tax Collector,

Sunday.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Tyson. IV C'll ri IT COI'HT.;" Illl. \IIKOHI Use Marahall.Innpectora gust at 2, 1945.OFFICIAL stnrke. Florida, this Au- I I 7

Mr. ('01'\'TFl.Ollllltl" l\ ClltVAntoinette of aald election! II. f'. ( SEAL) AI. Thomas I I ', ,
and Mrs. J. M. Bradleyand and Mrs. W. G. Stringfel- ('.::1"'. Buforil, It. F. Iiomoreat. It. A. Aa Clerk of aald Court.
daughter low and Mrs. Melba Stringfellow Allamore, Plaintiff' v'*. Newaome, J. It. Wainwright, and Walter C. llardnnty Daytona ,
To Tempt The Appetite Carolyn spent last went to Edward Altamora, Defeniant. Cane T. H. William Bench, Fla.. Atty. for Plf
week-end with Jacksonville rela- Atlanta Ga., last Tuesday No. 8943. In testimony .whereof I hereunto 8-2 4t 8-24.

'lives. At that time Mrs. Brad to visit Capt and Mrs ORDER OF PUBLICATION
ley's mother, Mrs. J. B. Tread. George Manassa and children. 8TATR tK FL.OUIDA tnIOlwar: -

well went to Jacksonville for a Mr. and Mrs. J, P. Warren and Altamore 4. Box whose address lit -Itnule
2211 lluntlnvton, Long Island -
short stay with her grandchildrenand son, Jlmmle, have moved to Jacksonville New York.

1UFfE Rff"PEPPER5 their families before return- where Mr. Warren has You are required to appear on i q ', '
1 September S. I84S, In the above
G Ing to her home In Statham, Ga. accepted a position with the Lincoln named Court and cause. ., wherein ,

Bradley Geiger came home with Insurance Company.Mr. nf plaintiff minor seeks rhlldren.divorce Bradford and custody County -

his grandparents Sun d ay and and Mrs. J. G. Caldwell and Telegraph, shall pulllh this
stayed until Order In next four weekly ,IKHUCHWltnenn .
Tuesday when he daughters Misses June Peggy .
my hand anti ofrii'la
Joined his great-grandmother and Frances spent the past seal at Starke' Florida. thin August EE'
Mrs. Treadwell in Jacksonville week-end 2. 1945.OFFICIAL .
with Mr. Caldwell's
par- ( ,
SEAL) A J. Thomas.
and went to Georgia to visit her ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Cald- Aa Clerk of laid, Court.

and other relatives. well in Ocala. William. D. Morgan, Sin Floor Clark
1111 11,11 nil". JiiLknunvllle, Florida
Before Lt. James L. Cooper Guests of Mr. ,and Mrs. J. H. Atty. fur 1-lf. 5.94t. 1-21

had to report for overseas duty Hundley during the past weekttd -

Wednesday he and Mrs. Cooperand were Mrs. Jim Ritch of Camp IV 1111'1'1' C'OI'HT, n.'UFlntn.
fOI\Tt" FI.OKIIIil* Cllt.V.KHV.
their baby daughter Linda Blandlng and Mrs. Reese Bradleyand (' .

Louise, made a trip to see Florida sons of Jacksonville.Mr. Hay C. Smith, Plaintiff, v... Jo.n*
.. I'hlnuoI"lth/ Defendant Cu.u Nu.
sw relatives including Dr and Mrs and Mrs. Robert Dukes of: 3Q29. WILL REOPEN SEPTEMBER 6th
they visited Jacksonville and
spent Monday AND NOT"'..: TO AIM'KAU
from Monday until Wednesday of Tuesday of last week with Mr. STATE OF FLiOltlDA to: Josephine ._

I last week. Mrs. Hembree went and Mrs. M. R. Holmes. Smith whose reMjilunce and
address IH: :Airs.. JoHpphliie JSmllli41UH .
with them to visit her mother Lt. and Mrs. J. Wallace of; U. Kauton: Street. Tulmi, Oklniom -
Mrs. J. F. Williams In Wewa- ".
Jacksonville .
with Farm
were You are required to appear on
hltchka and her grandmother Mrs friends for several days this Beptemlier 3, 11)45, In the above IN THE SOUTHEAST?

RECIPErtc. Levi Yates in Bonifay, returning week. lamed.." Court seeks and divorce.cause, IIralIord"unlY whereintlAlntlff More people drink Atlantic Ale and Beer than any other

of 6 home Monday.Mrs. .
Neda ( Telegraph, shall publish
Ki\ from
top. ..4 "",0". abet. drain ea atthelers.Yarbotlb L. B. McLcndon and Mrs. B. Louisville Ky.. thin tenors| | order, In next four weekly
to Tampa J. ;, Watts was the
Cut away n p+ .P :.:::ntry aausaghrl : ;onps = M. H. Wiggins and sons David overnight guest" Sunday of his! Witness my hand and official 11i
A real at Htarke Florida, this July
fat. _
colpd water. Bt vrnoar off 5X0..1 pourchopped and Mike, all of JackPonvVUo\ brother .
with Q.alr.d} === and sister-in-law, Mr. and 27th. IIIU.101"FIIAL)
onto pon11S lU
souse till with Mrs. Lynwood Watts.) ( 8KAI) A. J. ThomiiaAa .
tbpp .nd II t.p. ...r oU = Clerk of anld Court.
tics l& a on ,.lt11o cheese.OAkea Mrs. Faith .Turner and Miss T. Frank Htark. Florldii.
rs. P toy ._ '::::= 1.11ndruin.
,Patty era psyp sn ..: .. 8prln'ltle sad bale. t nam Ollle\ Turner of Orlando visited Atty. for Plf. 8-3 41 8-24: I
end .a usa9c oun4 p" **arUc wow* on oss = BUY !f9l3g>ggfe# ,
cup water and crusi9 Mr. and Mrs. El. J; Harris for iv ciiiriir' rot it T. nit ti>r' )iui .
rout n 37 o until 1If.n cottage a"la4. __ about two weeks! and returned '10 ('UI >'1'11. I'IOIIIIHI l> ('llt>"- I 3r
alumoven' vrith i *:nv.Stanley .
(Isotv" .). 8. golden JAX S'u.rronch their home during the past week S. Hrluirliler.. Plaintiff VHMarxHret .

bread and cta'tpeao J. L Robinson and his mother- 0..Wit 101 hachter: Dafriiilnnt. -
Cane No. .1.15.OIID12II !) .
,& .t bt1Lk. in-law Mrs. W. II. Parker spent OF IM'IIMCAriOM

& ....\ Saturday night and Sunday with ANI NOTICR TO APP13AU I
STATE 01"| FI.OIIIOA lot Margaret
( P '
.0' II
,a"ot\\ a+' "In4 dd dt& Mr. Robinson's sons and their O..wald tlrliachter.' Alt *0 r ,
000' ec'"a\'l\c, Start Your families in Jacksonville.Mrs. A Tiin"Bln Drive Mherty JloinenKxtenalon.
SCldI'401)) S\d\\Ofo yeYr North, ChurlonKin, .... C.
tad\\l&f.\9& 1\f.\0' Post 'War PlanningBy Effie Johns went to San You are required,! to appoiir. on
"* d & derson Tuesday to visit Mr. and September 3rd, 1945! In (ii. above
\I\'I\Oc" named Court and cause, wherein Mtsl.9..e.sees..M Ae.a.,ete su.Ctrl. Ne. N.ef. O..eQrttC1t7A1Ct / /.
Placing Your Mr O. I{, Walker. plaintiff seeks dlvorrn. rnilford

tend talcPh Pfc Odell Cauthern arrived bounty Telegraph shall Publish I
Order Now For this Order In four issues.
1 next weekly -
to be with Mrs. Cuuthern
Friday C( 9HIIt9ftIt591mIDt13@1ClDR7v1CTCIitID mma

These Appliances and his brother-in-law and sister Witness my hand and official.
.- seal at Mtarke: Florida, this August NOW SERVING TIlE STAKKE AREA
Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Roberts. Pfc let.. 1945.O."JrICIAL .

: AND TANGY e> BENDIX Cauthern has recently returned ( 14 :.\I.) A. J. Thomas, I
. from the European Area and hasa An Clerk of .1.1 Court.
AUTOMATIC: T. Frank T.andrum, Htarke, Florida.
30-day leave which he and Mrs. Atty. for Pit 8-1 4t 8-24 d
BOTTLE OF HOME LAUNDRY Zauthern will spend with Mr. and We cordially Invite the public to 1 y
cmrriT ("H'HT. UFonu
Mrs. Roberts and other relatives. (015'1W. FI.IIHIIItl 'II.'N. drop by and inspect our fine new

0 HOT POINT ('..:IIY.Carrie dairy on Road 48 east of Starke. I "

REFRIGERATORS I.A Pippin C. Pippin.Drfendant.Plalhtlff Ca.vii.' Olrd No. A fine herd of dairy cows and the , j

RANGES iv('OI'STY riiit-fiT, ."IO"IU'I(ruT. RII'UFHln IIII.IV_ 3931.onOEn OF prrBUCATION most modern of sanitary equip : f 1

WATER IIEATERS ('.;IIV. ANI NOT II''': TI) AI'I' JAIt ment insure our customers a ( \
John George Sihwelner' Plaintiff, STATE: OF FIX1IUDA to: H-H (t.Olrd .
va. Kline Frieda. Mrhwelwer, Defen 1.. Pippin, D3BH9SS, If'i. '''o., quality product. ;
As These Become AvailableWe dant. Cans. No. ..1941.ORDKIt 2th Iln., 2'Jth Inf. !It....,.. APO 3(0 t!
!: OF PUBLICATION % Postmaster New York New

Order of Application STATE OK FLORIDA to: Airs You are required to appear. nn
: Kline Frieda HrhwelBer whose ads of August' U45, In the I:
dress Is-84 Ceilur Avenue Farm named Court and cause,
ffeer ngdale L. 1., New York. Suffolk! wherein plaintiff neeka divorce. STARKE MODEL DAIRY t ,
FULL LINE Conntyl.You ).
\ a Bradford County Telegraph shall
are required to appear on publish thin Order In next four J'I. {
MsA 'WIRING SUPPLIES August 31, 1945, In the above named weekly laauoa.Wltnemi W. II. NEWSOM.: Owner
Court and cause, wherein plain my hand and official Route 2 Phone I
tiff seeks. dlvorcn- Bradford County enl at Starke, Florida, this July
A Here in the Southeast Telegraph. shall publish this 30th 1945.OFFICIAL.. Box 299 83 '
Order. In next four weekly l"*uea.Wltnem ( 8R.UA.. Thorn.
""""'" 0 Electric Motors my hand and official I. Aa Clerk of said Court. DI rJJCDmmIDmmcJJlcnmmmaJCIJOmmmcmnmcnm > 10lWNalQfCl9IDT4)Gt01 m0)D1IDC8
41 we're noted for our distinctively meal at Starke, Florida this' August I /nek II. Douglas' CJulnenvllU. Fla. I I
2. 1945 Ally for Pit. 8-3 It 8-24 {

regional tastesin === Fluorescent An(OFFICIAL Clerk of atilt. ('nu A.. J. Thomas .
FIXTURES & STRIPS Walter C. Hardenty, Daytona .VOTICR' OF .iPPMTATlOVKOI Old Sarge's Place *

ilEE fine food and choice == eaeh.. Fl.. Atty. for Pit.8.3..t llnu.&. T'/r HIM V UI'U o. IH I3 pSTARKE'S

Decca Records 8-24 NOTION: JJ4 IIEKEIIY: OIVEN. i
e ,)11
bn r. that Ruby A. Mayas, the holder of )
__ S:v ciRri'iT rot'HT. nnroiuiCOirVTY the following" certificate. / ha. filed ORIGINAL a
: = FansFlashlights '. Fl.WKIUAl 1:* tIl.1: aid certlflfatea. for a tax deed. tobe
$ 0 Exhaust (''';HY. l Issued thereon. The certificate
: Perhaps that's why Calvin F. Schwartz Plaintiff. v.. numbers and yearn of issuance, the ARMY ,
orla 1':. Schwarz Defendant Caae description of the property, and ,
No. : the names In which It was assessed
often find dis- Ol'iVuR .
you so our = OF PtTWLICATlONAN1 are aa follows:

| tinctive: regional! beer, JAX, the Drink of ==== AND BATTEIIIES STATE> NOTK'K OF FLORIDA. TO APPEAR to; Mr. Certificate. 1943.Deacrlptlon. No. tit. Tear of 1.ausnc. .- STORE

-- Doris E. Brhwartm whoae -
F ndsriipas Hot Shot and .edjrrsls! l : Mr*. Mori K.chwarti Lot of fl Propertyl.ach, I 35 I I IJ
all Indian Sec
the pleasant companion of ::::::= BATTERIESDelta DO Adam Street Tona- I 34, Twp. 8 H. It. 22 JoJ.I y

wanda New York. I Name In which assessed: O. J.
Our Authorized i
great regional foods. Brewed especially --- You are required to appear on Dryant.
Lanterns September. 3. IUS, In the above o'f In the t
sail being
| to please Southeastern JAX =--- anted Court and came, wh.r.inplaintiff County All of Urad property turd. State: of Flof- Ky The War Department
| palates, is a seeks divorce. Hradtordcounty Ida.
Telegraph shall publish this Unless such certificate or cerllIcatea ,
long.time favorite! Its mellow, full-bodied ;:::::: Duo Therm Order. In next my four hand weekly and official l"eueH.Wltnemi shall be redeemed denrrlfced according., In
HEATERS to law the property Operated
favor has =- semi at /Starke. Florida this July such certificate or certificates. will
an amazing ability to bring out 21th. 1945 be sold to the highest' bidder at By an Ex-Sotdler
the Bed Lamps ( the court house. door on the Tlrnlonday
best in our regional dishes. A. Clerk of mlil Court. : In month of Heptember, tl
T. Frank I L'If.drum.Star. 9.3 Florida.Atty. 945.. which la the 3rd. day or Hepem : -
for tt 824v 1945.
Desk Lamps
S Dated this Zltn.. day of July, 1''
Always ask for thirst-quenching satisfy- tIIWt .'r ( OIRT.FLOHIUAl. RII"UFOII" HEADQUARTERSFOR
; =s=sss=s= ("Ol..t'. I HT CIIA.V. 194OFFICIAL.. SEAL) A. J. Thorn '
S Ing MX. By itself other (1:11W. Clerk of Circuit Court of Bndfu ALL MILITARY SUPPLIES I'
or accompanying T-JT 41 8-
Radio Service Edna alley Sandal Plaintiff v.' County. Florida.
regional urllelmo sandal Defendant Cue NOVELTIES and JEWELRY
delights it's a premium brew No. 9037. IY ("IIII"I'IT ''1'01 ,,'r. HRAi>poniCOI
though == ANn NOTICE TO AI'PEAR .. c'i*:n wfel .
you don't pay a premium price to STATE OF FLORIDA to: Pfc. I"n t-arhara May Plaintiff. "'...
uirllelmoBantlnl.. whoe Vllllam Everett May, Defendant..
enjoy it! l.r l .nd addreai !I., Po. Ou..ll lmo Ban- Case Nt). 1"0ORneR Ben Suslow'sArmy : I't t
.. J tint I A.S..N. aU.OIII' Co. "K" 'lOl.tif. OF' P1'BLIfATir>
c4ft"cef OF FLORIDA to: VVILam
.011 lef' \ N. ol whose reeldenceM
y 'c "YOU are required to appear Everett May.
(I'' Office, P. 0.Hot ,
ale P September 10 1943. In the abo % ia. Engineers
.LN. f named Court and cause where 2240, Honolulu T. II. (Pearl Store .
t d Electric Service plaintiff seeks divorce Bradfon Harbor)
t 1 / I County Telegraph eh all publln You are required] to appear on
) this Order In next tour weekly I..U" September' 10. 1913. In the above
226 Temple Avenue ., named Cnurt and cause wherein 209 E. Call Street Starke Fla.A'GIST .
Witness my hand and official plaintiff te.ks divorce and custody -
I seal at Siarke, Florida, this Au- of minor child.: Bradford

l i


-II... .".

s 1 r . ay . . . . can Composlt Wing of the 14th ness Monday Order In next four .andy Issues.Witness C. Rowe. whose
my hand official dress rer
a Air Force; the Presidential Citation Mrs. Mabel Gasque and child seal at Starke' Florida this August supply III Ptc 2, C Id"tat I'

Pine Level I SIEIRVICIE IDAIIAVI:? or Distinguished Unit ren, Randall and Carol, of Lake I (OFFICIAL 11, 1945., SEAL) A. J. Thomas Louis, Obispo O..t S., I r Calltor'nl, I' tkn II.: 'ic!

--_.- Badge; the Air Medal with two Butler are visiting her mother- Aa Clerk of said Court.J. You. are required.
Ily 1\ln. U. M. MoUo MA.I. B. C. WAINWIUGIIT trucks srd ammunition (when we clusters; the Distinguished Fly-"- Mrs. Carrie Gasque. S. Harrison .Law Exchange Bldg. named September COUrt 24. 1841' I I'';I' he at
i Jacksonville, Fla. Atty for Plf. ,
. . . . . . HANDLES IIOWITZKRS: I could Ret ammunition), -responsible Ing Cross; and three campaign We have some new neighborswho 8-17 4t 11-7 plaintiff seeks. did" AtrCountoTelegra

L. S. arrived at Major B. C. (Bill) Wainwright. for getting i the materiel ribbons; the American Defense have moved In Melvin n Nall\'
Sgt. Galloway nitcriT: rot HT, miI>KOHI>
t, Camp Blanding July 3rd, from aon of Mr and Mrs. Truby L. I I where It was needed and when it the European-African with three I Futch's house. They are Mrs. c-of\'rl'" FLOHI ,%I iv! ('II A 1\.I Ordpr Witness In next tuiAwiklll',, ,

} ETO. He and Mrs. Galloway Wainwright of Lawtey is at was needed in more than 1200 battle stars and the Asiatic Hannah Manning and family of C'lOHV.Harold .P. EVoderlck, Plaintiff at Starke, 111)Florida hand". d Ilr, I
have Just returned from visiting present In Battenburg Germany miles of warfare I have thor Pacific with two battle stars. 'W'oodlawn. !Mildred Broderick, Defendant. Case vn. UU, it. lug

f, his parent and friends In tillnola. still serving as executive officerof oughly enjoyed my work-Insofar Capt. Moore's assignment has Phil Shuford Is home on furlough No. 8990. A.OFFICIAL SEAL v J I t

Sgt. Galloway will reportto the 55l8t: Field Artillery Bn. as work can be enjoyed In war. been largely the strafing of visiting: his parents, Mr. AND ORDER NUTir-E OF PUBLICATION TO APPEAR> Atty T. uLanruV" 'Stalk.'
This outfit Is equipped with 240 mud snow and ice-but am more Jolin furPlf._ ]
Camp Blanding August 24th. and supply trains and Mrs. Shuford. STATE OF FLORIDA to: Mildred 'Ji ,
: ground troops
mm. howitzers (popularly knownas than ready to return to Florida Broderlck whose residence la Mum- -
t He will then Join the 3th Division and the Presidential Citation was Willard Rigdon was in Jack- ford, N. Y.
Black Dragons-the largest and a peaceful Ufa.
at Camp Campbell Ky., to .
onvllfe last week-end. You
are required to appear on
awarded for the work that he and
await further orders. They are field artillery weapon In the U. The characteristics of the 240 September 24, 1945 In the above / I 1 1TOR
visiting Mrs. Galloway parents S. Army. This giant weapon. mm. howitzer make It a "must"in his group did at the Anzio beachhead Mrs\ Perry DavIs was visitingher named Court and cause wherein
Corsica son and daughter-in-law, Mr plaintiff seeks divorce Bradford
based 0 ft
Jy I Jlr. and Mrs. R. M. Crosby at weighs more than 32 tons In fir- every major offensive or engagement County Telegraph shall publlah this
this time. Ing position, and more than 45: of the First Army, with When transferred from the European and Mrs. R. L. Bradley, Satur- Order In next four weekly lasuee. ACID INDICES
It theatre he was assigned to day. Witness my hand and official seal !,
tons In
{ We had a good attendance at traveling position : the exception of the Initial Invasion at Starke, Florida, this August 22,
I Sunday School and Church last fires a projectile weighing almost of Nornuu.dy and the final the first B-29 base in China wherehe R U Smith of the U. S, Army 1946.

400 pounds for a distance of some drive across the Elbe River to was on patrol duty, escorting was visiting his sister, Mrs. R. L. (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas
Sunday, there being 1 03 In Sunday -
He Aa Clerk of said Court.T. .
bombers on raids over Japan. here .
15 miles Bradley Monday.Mr.
with the Russians. Bill's bat- .
School classes. Also had an Join Frank Landrum Htarke Florida<<
hour of Prayer and Thanksgiving. Bill writes: "My Job as execu- talion supported every corps and later helped train Chinese pilots. and Mrs. R. R. Thede who Atty for Plf. 8.21 4t 9.14 1 1
member ot I
1! Mrs Dorothy Eggers of Jacksonville tive officer baa consisted mostly every division that fought with Capt. was a famed"Extermlnators"who sold their store in Lawtey several iv cuicriT COI'RT, imtnroiinCOl' 6

spent Sunday with her of playing nursemaid to our the First Army since D-Day In the 3rd Fighter Group-the months ago are now living in ''>TV. FLOIIIIJAl IV CIIA.V-:
writ- 'Eft Y.Merritt
ak grandparents Mr and Mrs. H.I ,howitzer!, tanks and tractors ,Normany. "Many units were relieved ten In Collier's magazine.Ills were Jacksonville. F. Hopkins Plaintiff va.Elsie SOc
1 M. McRae. at various times for rest up Don't forget we 'have two Mae Hopkins Defendant.
Taylor were visiting Mrs. Susie wife the former Miss Martha Case No. 3972
and recuperation, but we were churches the
Baptist and
Cpl. Boyce Black of Camp Myrick at Lake Geneva Sunday Roscnbuah of Green Cove ORDER OF PUBLICATION>
Blanding I I.* spending a three-day never BO fortunate, he says. the Methodist Church. Everyone AND: NOTICR TO APPEAR '
Ii c leave with II. M. McRae and tame afternoon. Bill Is hoping for an early discharge Springs accompanied him to invited to attend. STATR OF FLORIDA tot Ktitttt Carpenter's Drug i iAl S
ily. We are glad to report that after his return to the North Carolina this week.LAWTEY, Mae unknown.You Hopkins. whose residence Is

| Mrs. Hall Is much improved and has iv rmriiT ('OIItT, H H.\I>point -
States since he more than are required to
; I r Mrs. Robert Jlyrlck, Miss Is at home to. her many friends the required number of points. e . . e e e e COL "'.1"-. FMMUMAl 1% CHAN.t'FItt' September 24, 1946, In the appear above on !
Odessa McRae and I named Court and cause whereinplaintiff MAKE'
Robert E.
again after
several weeks Illness.
tit Allen ..
Five of his total derived from the Patrick Plaintiff, v Ella1'atrlck seeks divorce. Bradford .
* r "1M". Bronze Star he wears, which was Defendant.. Cane No. 39(J2. County Telegraph shall publish this ..
l ORDER OF PUBLICATION Order In next four
weekly Issues.
1 i'' awarded for meritorious achieve AN1/ NOTICE; TO APPEAR Witness my hand and official seal 'ICE CREAl!
a % Ily Mrs. M. E. C. STATE OF FLORIDA to: Ella at Starke, Florida, this August 17.

ment.His present address is: Maj. . . e . e e known.Patrick whose residence. la un- 1945.(OFFICIAL ,SEAL' home_Any 0s torDJidsu.lnNo
) A. J. Thomas
Ice loli-No .
) l Bill C Wainwright, 851: F. A. You are required to appear on Aa Clerk of said Court. whippingNo.: \ cry tcorchtd
I Well this little town Is so :
September 21, 1945, In the abovenninied R. II. !
r Bn., APO 758 care PM, NEW. small I Is ashamed Court and cause wherein Jacksonville Duncan, 511 Lynch Building PI.o.lnenpeniivi-20. r.clp.i In each(,,Uc
fonv guess everyone Florida Atty for Pit. tend this ad lor frit lull-in,.,
IN tl Fop* Troublq I York, N. Y. to write the news for It. At County plaintiff Telegraph seeks divorce.shall publlah Bradford this 8-24 4t 9-14 fit of ir.or buy from your teas.Lon1Jon11ERR.

t least It seems that the Telegraph Order In next four weekly I..eue.Vlln..1I1I ... iv fiitrriT roriiT, mtADKonn
Get AQ CAIT. MOORE FLEW PLANKS: \ my hand and official .seal COI'\'I'Y. KLOItlllAl I.V CliANCKHV.
has a hard time keeping a correspondent at Starke,' :Florida this August 22, -
IN THREE TIIKATKK.H here So I am goingto 1845. Tthel Uroen Rowe, Plaintiff, vs. rand,....
Capt. James T. Moore will -report try my hand and see what (OFFICIAL SEAL) A..1. Thomas Erwin C. Rowe, Defendant. Case
; An Clerk of
P Court. No. 3989. STABILIZER I
to the Greensboro N. C., ;will happen. Zach H. Douglas. Gainesville, Fla. ORDER OF PUBLICATION>
AAF Saturday for his new assignment Miss Hazel Kelly niece of Mr Ally. for Plf. K-24 4t 8-14 I AND NOTICE TO APPEAR tlNDINgtMIT-IIllllWMD,IIHfUIIOlU l
after enjoying a furlough STATE OF FLORIDA to: Erwin
1 and Mrs. H. C. Kelly left for her iv rincriT rot'HT, iut.\nFOHi .
$1' U A L I T Y I with his mother, Mrs Loulebelle home after a long visit with her (IKIIV.Charlotte'01''N TV. FLOUIIJAl: CIIA>- =
Brown Moore In Plant City and
uncle and aunt. Daahlngrer Plaintiff va.
with other relatives in Starke and C. U. Daahlntrer, Defendant. Case EFFICIENT I '
Lawtey. He Is the grandson of L>. C. King Is home from the No. 39S1.

I BRAKEHere' Mrs G. W. Brown and the late Coast Guard.R. ORDER NOTICE OF PUBLICATIONAND TO APPEAR> 6 This Funeral home is dedicated to reliable -

Dr. Brown of Lawtey. L. Smith Is home on fur- STATE OF FLORIDA to: C. Q.
Paslngor whose addrettti la Armed service. There are no boundary
Jimmy recently returned to the j lough from the Army, spending Ouard Pool Navy 122 Box 19, %
States after flyV.g: fighter planesin his time with his mother, Mrs. Fleet. Post Office New York N. Y. lines to the territory we are always
1I'1I't' three theatres of Jessie Smith.W You are required to appear on
September 21, 1SM5, In the above ready to serve.
Italy and China. He wears the E. Griffia and J. B. Brad- named Court and cause wherein

Gold Wings of the Chinese-Ameri- ley were |JI1 Gainesville on busif plaintiff Telegraph seeks divorce.shall publlah Bradford'ounty this ;".h...

Order In next four weekly Issues.
witness my hand and official seat
at Starke, Florida. this. August 22, DEWITT C. JONES
HURRICANE WARNINGSince Aa Clerk of said Court.
f Znch II. Douglas, Gainesville, Fla.
Funeral Director
Atty for Plf. 8-24 4t 11.14 '

1926 seven hurricanes of IV rilttTIT ('01 It.... IIHAI KOHI> STARKE PHONE T
disaster proportions have C'OI ">'r%', .'LOltllJ.1:11: ('IIA>-
swept s ; (''':UY. Our local funeral home enables us to
over various sections of the United Inman 1". Steerte, Plaintiff v... Lil "offer conveniences and services not

States. Most of them struck in 13116.lle C.. Steede, Defendant. Case No. otherwise available.We .


only protection against wind- STATE.AND. .NOTICE OF FLORIDA TO APPEAR to: Llllle furnish the highest type service at the lowest prices a

storm loss is INSURANCE. Don't t (Reynolds*, Steeds, Street whose Brunswick residence, la Ga.3127 accept ANY life insurance policy in force Issued by ANY Cn 1

wait until you see the warning You. are required to appear on pany, as payment In part or In full on a funeral.. Consulti:
_ Y i signal-that. will be too late. J September named Court 17. and 1945 cause In the, wherein above carries no obligation.

Call Us Today Phone 146 County Plaintiff Telegraph seeks !divorce.Khali. publish Bradford this

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.b y r ) fI, r rs 6r M 'H. C. WALL AGENCY T '--'- 6 SHOES-- SHOES- !!

, Harold<
tJ $15.95 _, ,_h. ___ ..c_ ',_'''''' --,, ' ... .. .. _ ,
. -...-, ., .- .. .. ", ,.. -. ., .- --... -" ',I

; t ,. What We Do .'-- ---- .,- OPA RELEASE No. 107

_ 1. Inspect clean and repack front wheel bearings "

t ; 2. Inspect hydraulic system. ,

L''s Turn drum If scored or out of round.. (Extra MATTRESSES of all kind renovated HAVE thing.IT are FIXED breaking- Many up around little
kh y 3 ; furniture. upholatered and the house tll....., day. that you
charge.) reflnl"h.d. Drop us a card. would replace tf you could get
HASTINGS MATTRESS CO., Ktwt them. This 1* Impossible, but
t" 4. Eeline shoes with factory specification (30. Palatka Fla. tf maybe lean fix It. Ask for
t lining
Frank at Telegraph Office.: tf
FOIt SAIU-a lluckn, 4 Does and
5 several young rabbits J. A. All Men's and Women'sShoes
js' AdJuat brake shoes to secure full pedaL Tucker Cor. Lafayette and Bay

it c, ( 6e Give you 30-day free brake adjustment service. BUSINESS PROPERTY . $3.50 Value and ,RATION FREE!
1 Under * .


; TG w. Sre NSSd.s.,.,.,.. Greatest advvrtlaer E.TATB: .* ........ ,'
yyl MIO. ." BOOK A ROOM AHEAD try properly". Mm made _" .
_ ; ..... fr.k. .UlIoN. rlgNrk n.OOO sirs or Ifo...._Ifarmm .1 r '' '' ''' I
=. FOR YOUR WIFE A.......*. Bvyera from all ever tk
OR PARENTSGas World. Pvoo o... 11..,...


,. 116 So. Walnut St.


t 600 TEMPLE AVENUE STARKE FLA. FOIL SALE-noY'II bicycle, 28 In.. West designed.Madlaon Mra. 8U Bertha Pearce Tlfi4tpFOR SOS ''I'{ Light Weights -\ .- -

ffond condition. 120 cant Tommy SALE Hens and fryers,
_ Edwards Box S66n Starke. Jtp Rains Poultry Farm located on
old Thomas place. ..1 4tp
1"01tlAI.IUU Pontiac
i L ki 0 Studio tibia, ,good Blandlnff condit Center-lon.-<,Oardni Stark. FOR range SALE and 2-pleca-One 5-burner living room Florence...It. Heavy Coats 18.50 to 19.50

i'f' tr ?' 11'" V FOR SALEVery FOR..Ko.llent HAL.U-location Small, lunch- dntnit room good Itp In 'LOST-Bert-Pluck Rosier billfold, Lafayette Monday St. afternoon ltD-

1 bualncaa. Owner leaving town In Mtarke containing

2, r' trout will aarrlflca Realty at Agency J1SOO. Inc.F. 110 A. Finder gas book please driving return license to Buy Yours, While Our

!Ho. Walnut Stre.t. itp newspaper of tic.. Itp Stock Is Complete

1 11i4 FOR SALE Uaod 4-burner gas FOR SALE-Balloon tired U Inch
rang* with right hand oven bicycle In good condition. see
Ch."... F. C. Ilolllncaworth, 116 Hay Ray at S23 E. Madison ft.
l. So. Walnut Street. ltp ltp

AT My FARM-A yellow brindle FOR RENT> 8-r Attractive striped star, marked. umteralop* house with gas hot water
Home In right I ear, I In left ear heater and.bath"..ateI' In living I

kt LOMT-C. B. Hayes, .l.Ie: Miller 8-24 Fla.lip: opposite See Joe Ulandlnc Noear.l> ,Center 100 Water lip Summer. Clearance Mens Pants, Each $4.50

-Black bull marked swallow FOR RENT> .
.f i-rf-ri-rrr -
-8-room modern r j r
fork house j jjj j j jj j j jr r r r j jr jI '
upper bit each ear; approxl.mately In Hampton See W. 1* Andrewa. j-jjjjj-jjij-jj rrj
art Excellent Location IbM.; half J yra.Brahman old; wt., half about Black 400 _612 W. Madlaon St., Stark. lip Ladies

w Angus Brooker.found vleaaa breeding.notify. No Fred brand.(U24 Haien.itp It FOR charger JJar..ln.-l\Ir.SALE. charges-One France electric 6 at a Wllkln-battery time New Fall Dresses - $5.95 to $7.95

: son, 1131II'. ....
4( Price $6,000 Half Cash 4-SUIT Pip terms': 'ic with WALNUT chalm. Keaaonabl BEDROOM, :* .Foil SALJOH IIr.TRADE I.on.:-t .room Up r" #

Furniture house, 1 2-room house, corner
Store nalniavlll>. Fla.. 11th and EVERY
Orand Hta. Lights and DAY IS BARGAIN
or James J. Saula, Box E, Oold water. Furnlnhed or unfurnlah DAY AT THE
Branch State Turk, .
< Keystone ed. See J. W. Orlffla at Oen-
th'W. Heights Fla. ItpUHTon. mark'a Furniture Store S-24 2tp

pair cmaaculatora at Fun
8AL.K-1934 ,
Oldsmobile 4 new
Interaectlon of Madison
and Court tires
and .
apare. caah.
Hta., Thursday
Aug. in. Reward ('ontactv.. H.
for.. return.-d. K. : Strickland. ell N.I

T. CLUTE, REALTOR WANTED: --Mtarke high Walnwrlirht.Itp school girls FUR Walnut SALE St..-Star Australian It... pines Itp. STAR STORICALL

to work evenings and week-ends. (froatproof) In cans, 18 to 3 fI ln.
"' In tall 36o each or S20 per 100.-
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