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: September 7, 1945
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Volume ID: VID04931
Source Institution: University of Florida
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The P'ws' 1IflU1ue of Japan's|In the surrender place where offer It' hit,vas the most old needed Dixie Dh and'ia i- Modern Canning Plant Open At BBS General Lowry I i ,

I ',
, tonight and despondency reeling for the", count of Optimistic

I""nt t*.ntlftery IIhrl"'eI" out.-Otticers.male sergeants corporals.! AND privates were For Use Of Public; Facilities FreeLess 'I y-k./"'/''

&IncreduloUS, at the flash communique. We still are; butmother's Over Future Of B landing tAyas'\ :i

!fed and son of us hopes with his whole heart that this ,8, really, than six months ago it was just another project i : ,

[< War IL Every man la afraid something may hap- hefng discussed at a meeting: of the Chamber of Commerce. ----- - i >;",lfo'I; '<:

,'nd of World bubble Today it is a reality modern Reservation Ideal For Important i : :
!( the dream -a community canning plant 1 'i1i. ;;f.
,sf blow -.morale wm hit roCK open for the use of the public each Tuesday and Thursday Voters UrgedTo Post-War Purposes Honor I :: ', \:
does .
f it I afternoon from 2 until 6:30: o'clock.

'm' less Inipres- Located on property of the Bradford High School, near Guest Tells Rotarians : "I, 'i
vrusy: dhl the Inva- the athletic field the 30x70 concrete block building has just Visit Polls .! ; :

.e on II,, than a.but tonight been completed at an approximate cost of $3,000 and fur I Like music on t the ears of Starko business men fell the '1 riW.\,
e li's ouna'" another col<>r' nished with equipment valued at $1,500. Cost of the build- In City ElectionNext words of General Surnter L. Lowry as he spoke to Rotarians I ,'', ;

<> rebeland yanks ing was shared equally by the Board of County Commissioners here Wednesday predicting the continued usefulness of Camp :It 'f '

lie Divl-1on thlll way: I the Board of Public Instruction and the City Coun Blnndinjr even in the post-war world of scaled-down military t,:

j the ne tvs cil.: All equipment was supplied I Tuesday, Sept. 11, Is City operations. :v. 7'1i;

Earlier tonight we were see- by the Vocational Agriculture overcrowding on some days and Election Day In Starke and all Now on terminal leave from the Army General Lowry ?iL
show featuring Danny n Department also registered- voters are urged I to who commanded Florida's 56th Field d{
a rage operating keep from having to operate formerly Artillery ,.!i.f';
under the State Department the plant on days there will visit the polls in the city hall and Brigade told Rotarians: and a large .number attentive 'l:' ;
cast their ballot for the candidates
; show( of Education.For be nothing to process. to their choice. Polls will 'guests that post-war program e'1 ,

the convenience of the Mr Ferguson feels that the at 8 EWT and will Of for Blanding is already -
In open a. m. "Daddy" Blanding .
!ii? the open air theatre public an Instructor will be on new plant will fill a longfeltneed close at sundown approximately I in the making, although yt

t of a stage improvised on an !rl duty at the plant to teach the In Bradford County and Invites 7:30: p. m.1'odllY __ he is not at liberty t j ;
the to make full
darkening public use
Ug truck under a tFt proper procedure In canning and (Friday) Is the last day to disclose details at this I ,
rain. Im- r of the facilities. It is stated f
that threatened little'veseen | s to help in sealing and processing that In the past citizens of this for absentee! balotlng. City Clerk time. :

lely after this). best 'hr du.' C Mwow the produce. Mrs. Tyler Jonesof county have carried beeves and Carl Johns reminded the public. i ii ilr Credited with being the : \ -
..... .in_ a.W.P.A. :
we Brooker with When voters to the i
B many yearsof hogs as tar as Hamilton County go polls man who first "discovered"tha
lad a movie "Patrick the experience In home canningand in order to have the meat canned Tuesday they will elect a mayor BlanJIng site General Lowry

,t'" The sky cleared and the stars came out so we sat on ourcoats 4-H Club work has been employed because there were no adequate a chief of police, a city clerk, and stated that "It Is Starke's baby ,

Instead of under them.' in this capacity. facilities in this county for two members of the City Council and you should be the ones to '

During the second reel Lt. Col. Edward! Peacock (Clarksdale This> plant one of a group of : such processing.It all for two-year terms. head up the fight for Its future

and our G-2)) came running over to the show area from dlvi- 20 now constructed in Florida is estimated that until now Mayor Charles A. Darby, and / If such a fight becomes necessn -

i headquarters across the road. He pushed through the crowd to will be run on a non-profit basis, at least "me-fourth of all truck City ClerK Carl Johns are unopposed ry. :,

i booth and held a whispered conference with projec- and the only charge made to the crops produced in this county for re-election. "Camp Blandlng Is my hobby

projection of Norfolk Va. Then the screen blacked out person using the equipment will I. have been a total loss because Contesting for the two vacancies aa and I Intend to do everything po ? }ll
:jt Jimmy Davis be the actual cost of the cans. there was no market for them at '
There was a "wfuft, wfuff" over the coming up on the City Council sable to see that Its excellent'
the single )light came on. sound Each one however must prepare the time they were ready to be are: W M. Edwards I* A. facilities ate put to continued e
litre; as Sgt Davis blew Into the microphone to be sure the his own foodstuff for processing, harvested. With a modern. canning Canova H A. Bishop. and Paul 1 Mv cldlse," said the slim bronzed

0n was operating, then he said to the crowd, which by now was, although assistance will be givenIn plant now In operation here L. Bridges. Mr. Edwarderle-ash')(-'-] General who recently returned

inkling because it thought the projector broke: "Your attention the cooking and sealing. much of this heretofore wasted Ing for re-elecuontwhile the other aPj from Dutch New Guinea where + ,

,e." And In his soft southern drawl he continued: "We have just In order for the Instructor 1 to 'produce will be saved- and thus councilman: whose term expire '4 il, the 00th Field Artillery was attached MII'

jived an unconfirmed announcement over the radio that Japan has plan the work properly on can- !I! help relieve the tight food situation next monthKd Torode-Is not a a to the '31st (Dixie) Division '
rfd to surrender to the Allies under the terms of the Potsdam nlng days It will be necessary for ,:I which is expected to continue candidate( for reelection.A. H f, S the first division. to occupy

the emperor retains his soveietgnty. That's all her to knw in advance what the, I for many months. L. Alvarez, Starke's!'! veteran and train at Blanding.

rence providing have at this moment. That moment was 2100( people will! bring In on each day "It Is hoped that the people of Chief of Police has opposition i in In private life General Lowry "

l-itormatlon we time on August 10th or 0800 ((8 A. M.) Eastern of operation. Therefore those I I this area will take full advantage the person of Hen C. Holtzendorf Is vice-president of the Gulf Life .'
'. M.) Manila desiring to use the facilities of of the opportunity afforded by a member for the force for the Insurance Company and divides

lard Time, same day. the plant are asked to make an this plant and It' Is certain that past several years. Mr. Alvarez If General !Suroter I- Lowry his time between his old home In

After a moment of dead, stunned silence-the announcement appointment with V R. they can pave time and money by had expected to retire from. the (pictured. above) had not I been Tampa and his business Interests !I

u to unexpected-pandemonium broke loose. The fellow vocational agriculture FerguHon'l I doing their canning where they force this fall and a special pension an ardent pre-war hunter and In Jacksonville IK was accom-

rwmnl and whittled, hngged"F-ach other, slapped perfect strang- at BHS., for the days have plenty of room to work and bill was passed for him at fisherman Camp J Blandlngtoday panied to the meeting here by

(for ours Is a popular theatre) heartily on the back, while want to process food. I modern facilities lire at their disposal the last session of the state legislature might be In adore location Plckens Cotes, Tampa attorney' "

s the 6>tance guns began to fire as the! news travelled like very. essential! (In order to avoid I I ," Mr. Ferguson stated. hundred of miles from and A. T. Kirby, an official of ?
however, some technical delayIn Mtarke! Tamlaml Trail Tours.
thing from outfit to outfit. setting up the city's proposed out to the As one who knows from experience I r k
"I used to como
Strangely enough after about ten minutes of this demonstration Starke School Is 1 Tl billing Scene pension system has made It necessary Vund .hills' every chance I General Lowry was high ,
crowd settled down agalj/ and saw tho movie to( the end, but for 'Mr, Alvarez to run again got; he told uirnibiTfi. of that In his praise* of the physical '' r

tonight no one ccAild tell me how the show ended. I don't. rebar .- if he wants eligible. Rotary C'lu1V"rl.n.d..eooday.., ....ta."'' Iaptj\rt\ lteserytlota._..sae .' ,, ,

myself. We were that excited. v v As 1,072 Students Jam CorridorsIng lor penll on. "On one of those trli'* I "HHI| for purposes of modern warfare ; i t: ;
r on t 'h e bunks of Maud 11111 training. "It has proper elevation -

iThe next paragraphs are transcribed from the notes I madethe Blanding Chaplains Ijiko curly oar blight aiiliimn vaili'd. terrain and sufficient
the to see what gave with morning with the I HUH Ix-ani- drainage," he said. "I know of
show while beating over area By lUIIce RIMS all high school students (the To Fill Methodist in 1C nil tlv>Hi> cb l xr walern, no other site In Florida that could ,
excited( CIS.) lower grades miss out on this offer equal advantages over as C"
and thought It uu one of the
I aria Pulpit SundayCapt.
tahere In the Division Special Troops medical dispensary. Monday I saw 1,072 childien because BHS's outgrown auditorium most iM-uutlfiil sights I hud large an area as Camp Blanding
few minutes from the show and am literally having into the well-scrubbed corridors can a c c o mmodate only covers." a6i.
ago swarm Tlldon S. McGee Protestant ever ....Pll. Another line, I ;
i through the crowd. Tech Sgt. Claude King (Carriers Miss.) of B H.:1.: They came the four upper grades). The Rev.J. chaplain formerly. assigned to parknl my trailer In tlinturru Briefly sketching the early history

Ui medical cohorts have broken but the five-gallon can of by bus by automobile'! by pick-up I L. West delivered an appropriate the 506th Parachute Infantry; fur two days and trump of Illandlng, General Lowry

'moat 180 proof alcohol; the cooks have brought gallons of grape- truck they came on bicycles on message on the theme of "We Regiment of the 101st Airborne ed over a largo! portion of the stated that the original 2(5XX( ( W..

Juice over from the kitchen and two cook pots full of the fa- roller skates, on foot Pigtails Build a Bridge". The student. Division will deliver the morning nunil hill region. Right then acres of the reservation were

i live precent punch-five percent fruit juice-Is open to the pub- and gingham\ permanents and body sang "God Bless Smith's America"Then sermon at the Methodist Church I l>ecum convinced that purchased by the State Armory ,
Is patting me on the party dresses--1,072 different began major Sunday morning at 11 o'clock. th rolling hills and mind- Hoard with funds received from
> the medical table. Everyone
to Imbibe from. faces suntanned and happy after task of the day: assigning Chaplain McGee, now stationed bottom lake would make an the sale of the old Camp Foster
and telling me how happy he Is, and inviting me to some 250:: high school stu-
want to write their summer vacation; 1,072 different at, Camp Blanding was capturedby Ideal military training reservation. site to the Federal government cs,
*nteen cup cocktail. But because especially personalfties. I felt as I Ir If dente. the Germans in Holland last ." for location of the Jacksonville ( 3'f

about tonight I am trying to turn down the amicable invitations I r were In the midst of a thousand, Most thrilling of all was to September and served seven Later General Lowry purchased Naval Air Station. As a memberof

"fa goodness knows this Is the night celebrate and every-, pebbles on the beach pebbles that see the tiny tikes scrubbed and months .as hospital chaplain\ ofa a private camp site the Armory Hoard General

'here It doing\! Just that. Of course there are a few Invitations you had suddenly become animated; polished to a fare-you-well. coming German prison hospital. At on Crystal Lake and still Lowry: worked consistently for the t I

talk your way out of. greeting old friends meeting new to enter the first grade. It present he Is assigned to the chaplains liken to go there hunting and Klngsley Lake to Keystone area '

They' < nee my note book and are trying to decipher my prl- ones getting settled down in was all so new to them and they staff at the Regional Hospital. fishing In his spare time. since a thorough study of this I

ttarthaml shoulder-Impossible for them and al- home rooms delving Into trouble were even more excited than they The photograph above via huge tract had convinced him

bfipmslbla over for Tech Sgt. King Just came up. "If thin some schedules. There's nothing were at their first birthday party. At the evening service Capt. taken when the 06tli Field that It was the beat of all available 1
it! One little boy fussed continually Homlston, 66th Regiment used! locations.
the "and I don't care If quite like Robert: S. Artillery Brigade first dt
official peace, I'm happy he say, because) his mother had to take will General Lowry's judgment was
and mingling at Blanding for firIng -
out the Here they are mixing chaplain the Bl>indlng range
7 boat us all to privates In the morning" for breaking him back home, "I thought 1 I the Ha Is a member of 1940. confirmed, by other members of '
ltl"! the old students walking fill pulpit. I hark In August I !
|)tonight. Seeing the boys celebrating and happy. Is worth but around; with an air of ease and was going to school," he fumed. the Southern California Conference O..npl'llll..wry ID shown holdIng board, tho original 20,004) i I'I'the 4

'I!Iota expecting the MP to pinch the Joint any minute, familiarity and the new ones Little boys In their new suits and of the Methodist Church and the case of the first ahsfever acres were purchased, and work, '

lid| has just/ come In that they're celebrating too. standing a little apart a bit bewildered little girls in pinafores; all sizes, a graduate of the University of fired at islanding, a I began on 81a.ndlng as a National

Cook Corporal Dale Walker (Manchester 111.)..who can whip up by being !in a strange red-headed and freckled faced;; Southern California. He spent a trophy which he Htlll highly Guard camp in the spring of 1

lectablo" dish of spam and too often does. Is confiding to( the place among strange people. But pigtails and glasses. year on duty !in Alaska and another prl_. 1940. Before this comparativelysmall '

"Wt got( to make a night of It tonight because there won't they will quickly m a k e new There were mothers there too,, year: in the North Pacific. installation was completed, ,'< ;fN
forbid! the some with even smaller children The pastor the Rev. W J. the U. S. preparedness program;
Heaven Into groove.
Ether like this until the next war. friends and get General
opportunity force and
In their arms. I stood and watched Churchweil Is on vacation and GI Holiday K.O.s was launched '
Lots of new teachers, too- the busses unload their precious urges all members of the congregation I Lowry and other officials J
rID sitting' here on one of the cots for patients and our own some here because their husbandsare cargo; pouring forth so many and friends to take advantage "sold" the War Department on

P"Riley la the center of attention In this corner of a clustered in the army and others moving that you wonder at their capacIty of the opportunity to 'Mid-Week SlumpNot handing as the site for one of '

Wch: it hanging on to his every word as If It were a genuine to Starke especially to( teach. ; children from the rural areas hear these two outstanding the country's lar g e It training

lI01IIrnunlque. and they nod affirmatively to his every statement. There is Doris Rouse who halls I glad; to be back after a summerof speakers. camps now embracing some 122- t'
"Sure the from West Virginia way since the old slaphappy ,000 acres.
Is arguments. up on the farm; all dressed
very convincing and has some good helping I
her father J. the i
with members
Wl government: he's Is now living neat as a pin; boys with brand day when divisions were training In addition to
leave Hlrohlto the figurehead of the Jap West-Starke's new Presbyterian Forum On Military'raining those hearing this significant *'
L. club
** one who can persuade all these by-passed Japs to surrender minister while her husband I new haircuts and girls with fresh To Feature at Blanding have Starke talk were V. S. St. John, E. t J. !

a tight," Judge maintains. serves with the Navy In the I permanents. business men enjoyed such a J. Dahmer C. Smith Gardner. i l

All the enlisted men are celebrating one way or another. The South Pacific. There Is InterestIng Coach Carson Geiger paused Woman's Club MeetAn Wednesday afternoon as was experienced Gary; EnnU. Robert Oreen. W. T. "t I

has discreetly retired to "officer country" and Is celebrating Mrs. W. H. Rlddlf, sister of I' long" enough amid the general !! this week. With the Weeks. Dill Dlshlnger of Jacksonville \
uJbne, memBer, A. W. hurl/burl/ predict a good season unusual and highly InterestIng Green
A ( Cameron of
In Dr.
big office faculty the went ,
party is going on next door to our veteran will the season arrival of peace Army )
optimism over a open
and Is In diplomatic and express program Edward Williamson
1r" Peebles husband .
Her Cove springs
where Lt. and Majors E. B. Bates. Club back to the old traditional Wednesday .
Col. Roy Benton, Holland football team. Eleven for the Starke Woman's ( ti
are en- service in The Hague promising I of Angola. Ind.. and Major
uVandeville (all Moblllans and the latter Is my boss now) girls and she will Join him later. lettermen! are back. What more next Wednesday afternon at 4 half-holiday that had been Jay C. Miller, new director of the ;

Wig a multitude of gold and silver leaves. The civilian the new men are Alexander could he ask ? It's a tough schedule p. m. when a forum to discuss foregone during the rigorous : Clay-Br adtorii County Health

iOyi0f the stage show are there, too, and they are Just as happy Among Purcell and Erlce Byrd newcomers however much harder than compulsory military training will IRTC war-time training. i Unit.'
'Ue and the first game Is be conducted by the Rev. L. A. I
offer as the Army Is. from Branford. Last last year, Like the old days of memorable General Lowry was Introducedby c
Ie'ee i wondering how you folks back home are taking the minute additions to the faculty with Lake Butler at Bradford Shepherd. The program Mrs.will W. be R.Morse 1941, GIs meandered along Dr. M. B Herlong, a longtime .
v bet* this minute because she's so Mrs. Rebecca Simpson ((3rd Park. Sept. It. under thJ direction of afternoon acquaintance.
ttL my wife ta crying were of the club'j Call Street Wednesday
*r Pfc Ken Hogarth ((5th are again off on chairman
again and Mrs. So here we restaurants
movie theatres
our 'Is over and wc'u ** together Grade) American Citizen filling ,
Shi Committee on
glaherson (C5r nby. Mo.) earnestly told us. Grade) Principal Poster of another wonderful nchoifl year. and army stores. Maj. J. C. Miller J
ili. 11"w" of going off atnitt Smith is heaving a great sigh and girls; ship.All who had been .
will stay on until 3:00: a. m. Instead line-up Is complete Here; are our boys participants have not been Business men Named Director .11Of
that his \
It's past 11 already. Some of the men went down4sNdarea relief now eager to learn; anxious for life. named yet but It Is certain that closing half a day some all day .
last.Opening I I ;
at "recon Health !
to get the musicians! to break out their inst""nntsJt were held at They are ours and we are proud they will\ Include representatives on Wednerday. quickly ) 4
&4d already exercises of Florida verted" to the army holiday and
were University
Jt to this magic night. The Bandsmen' minutes. Mi, Smith welcom- of r them. from Post announced that henceforth they,I Dr. J. C. Millar has taken overtha J }
| In a few 9 a. m. and Col. R. H. Kelley.
K Jam 8esalon- I'm going down there of Blanding.All will close on Thursday remain job is Director of the Clay- 1 '
JUumlnallng' Commander
flow! rockets and flares and tracer shells are Wednesday. Bradford Health Unit here. Ha lI.
Mrs. J. F. ColleyWord members of the club are open I
like the Times Square. Game Warden Is a Major In the Army and came
Fourth of July over clerk in New urged to be present and to bring Althouh there will probably be I t:t
Bill Sanders Alabama banker but chief received here yesterday people at from now ,, here from Coeur d'Alena Idaho. I
hn an. of New River has was a guest 10 that as many fewer mOn!! Blanding
commented 8 old lIOn, Rex
Johns and
Ilia wife year !
ltne' Office during his Army career, has blandly :M! the State Conservation of the death of Mrs. J. F. as possible may hear these representative on. Starke will undoubtedly see with him and Dr. Miller saysthey ;
St&ttr no Pain;. And Indeed he Isn't. been appointed by Wednesday In a Tampa men discuss this proposed more of the ones who are there. are H t. '
on like It here welL His
the as C'olley very
Frank Mobil Dlxielte Is telling! : Office In Tallahassee I. plan that might have 110much With the somewhat tapered-off t.j i j'
Kroell. another thebArroe Bradford I Hospital. The body was brought '',home wag originally in Nebraska. ;r ; :
1hat all for trainees will
"my and brighter officer I influence on the privileges training program,
75 better conservation ,
points are looking here late Thursdayternooa Clinics here are held from 9 1a. i
All hunters to( the home ami responsibilities of American also( have Saturday afternoon off I'
Union Counties. until 6 m. on Tuesdays 4
pmt and acquaint I I but funeral arrangement citizenship. Rotarians and members now. During the war the trainIng m. p. I,,( I
four*! meetings yet Victor; fUhermen should and, from 9 to 11:30: a. m on 4
any prayer and are often extended on
S. thpr" had not been announced atpress of the American Legion program
the GI nature that way tonight." No doubt oi- themselves with the laws governing particularly invited to attend. through the week-end. J I Thursday. f fICont
1" time.
'rvIces i If and when the Allies accept the surrender these sports In these counties. I

(Continued on page eight)

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r 1 I FRIDAY !
l ill. WOK TWO 1-
'iy ''r . . . . feet. Repeal until the Itch is Phillips and family
: . . . . e . . I. .
TOO LATE killed Mrs. Wattle Hlghtowl week,

i THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH TO CLASSIFY . State Farm Hampton Aunt Llza McTherson passed sway moved from the State t F'arltl baa
Thursday and was burled at herldau Ralford to the Ii '

Established 1877 By IluHHell Kay lly M.... Bryan WMtfleld By Mr*. M. C. SW'Ie"ney Long Branch Friday at 4 p. m. Mrs 1d1nnle' horne
. . . . . . . She lived most of her life at Max- lips In Lawtey. ft!,
J 1:. L. Matthew ____-_____ Editor and Owner It now appears that Florida . . . . her
I shall miss seeing Hutton
vllle. Lee
+ will not be hit with post-war un- Mr. and Mrs. P. D. Fancher and Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Wads when I go for mall. She was bronn has Clark of near' !IiJ{

+' ,n, Pabll.hed Weekly .on Friday" IWd Entered M Second Class Matter employment While to several any thousand alarming war de. Mrs. Dennis Fancher spent the worth, Jr., and two children, nearly always on the porch. from the army received after his serwn11'1-?'

. ... Y at the Tout Office at Starke Florida. gree.workers have been released from past week-end In Jacksonville Jerry and Mary Katharine moved The P.T.A. met Friday with seas and was VIsIting 0\
with Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Me- relat i !IV
l shipyards and other industries, last Friday to Gainesville where Mrs. Buddy Wilkinson, president.The and friends here last
' The Rattlesnake Q JAPAN DIDN'T WARN there is almost enough employ Mrs.Crary who are the parents of they will make their future home. cafeteria, thanks to all the ARM 3-c L. W. Van week

Shakes His Rattles us at Pearl Harbor, but ment available to care for the Dennis Fancher. Wm. E Dees has recently received dear ladles, is running full Ceoll Field visited his Pv at
When Mrs. Claude Johns and wife
she is warning us now. situation provided workers are the strength and lunch Is still only a home of her >L
Bonn, Claude Jr. and Kenneth, his discharge parents
+ % Louder This Time Indirectly the warning willing to accept jobs in agricul- and now at home with Mrs. W. W. Packhama
returned to their home !In Belle Army ols dime.Church over
is coming through Tokyo and school week-end. J
ture or tourist industries. Glade hla mother Mrs. Jettle Whyte and Sunday
Saturday were accom
+ broadcasts designed for home consumption and imply- Despite the fact that thousands panied by Mrs. Effle Johns who brother, Charles Dees. every Sunday at Long Branch at Mr. and Mrs. Girton
{ forced to surrender by overwhelming of workers were released from the 1 2:30 m. Come on children, of
ing that the Japanese were will make them an extended visit. Mrs. DeMerrltt of Tarpon : p. Petersburg: spent the :
+ materiel and scientific power; that they were Tampa Shipbuilding Company, the Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Griner were Springs and Mrs. Burnside of let's go.There. with Mrs. GIrton's week-.'j

not actually defeated; that this is merely a temporary l local United States Employment the guests of Melrose friends and Dade City have ben recent guestsof were about 16 childrenon Neal and other relaUvef '"

i setback; and that the course for Japan is to bow to Service this week reports that 1- relatives Saturday afternoon. Mr. anti Mrs. L. D. Elland. the honor roll in my room and Mrs. Ray Padgett and

present:'\ circumstances and build f of"the future. The 600 Jobs in Tampa are going! beg Mr and Mrs. M. F. Clark, Jr., Miss Hazel Brown of Jackson Miss Eunice's room. They were: Billy Ray are visiting little li(

, emperor admits only that "the war situation has developed ging and employers are still unable and their tour children and Mrs. ville spent the week-end with her Joyce Wilkinson Louise Wilkinson ants Mr. and Mrs. lios her ,p

t not necessarily to Japan's advantage." Which, Work to secure will be needed available help in pack M. F. Coker, 8r., of Jacksonvillewere parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leslie George Sculley, Hazel, Jr.Osteen, Ida, :MaeKllllngsworth Joe lly In Burlington N. c.. this and II"fa

,' >l, \ in our 'humble opinion, is a masterpiece of understate- inghouses canning plants and Mr. and Sunday Mrs. J.supper M. Bradley.guests of Brown. Lorenzo of Padgett, Hester Starling, Mildred
ment. processing establishments within Mm. Madge Bozarth is spending a few Manning, Floyd Mosley, Joenell MALARIChecked
; I More amazing still is the frank admission by Jap- the next 60 or 90 days; and business her vacation with her brothers i Tampa with has her been brother spending and sister- Padgett Easter Mosley, Christie

anese leaders that treaties mean nothing to them, BO expansion now under way and their families in Nashville days in-law, Mr. and bars Gilbert Lam- Bell Carter, Wilma Mosley, Ella In 7 Days With

here again we are warned'to expect another Pearl Harbor with both large and small con \ and Memphis, Tenn. I oreaux. I Mae Osteen, and Margaret Pad POO "QttD for

"'' if and when Japan is able to deliver one. Ina recent cerns work for in all the State of will, provide Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kite were Miss Edna Dudley, one of our gett. nhh :\MALAWI> !
types employees.
; : Issue of the Infantry Journal a Japanese Major Farmers, particularly large scale guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wallace efficient teachers, was called to If you find a hair pin, make a UOO 8YMITOMS:
Fraser in Daytona Beach Sundayand wish and hang it on the first nail Take only
"The divine mission of osdlrwi
tGeneral. was quoted as saying: operators in the Okeechobee area her home in Newberry, due to Your [ will
wish come
Japan puts her above treaty breaking because what Monday.Mrs. critical illness of her slater you see.
and in Palm Beach, Broward and Martin Grlner and baby the If don't wish the Impossible -
,, + would be wrong in the rest of the world is right in Dade Counties will need thousands Capable substitutes In her class- true- you !
son Martin 3rd, and Miss: Nettle Whoopee ,
i Japan For Japan, any means justifies the end." of workers when the 1945- Fowler of Lake Butler were sup room during her absence have Love to all f

;, i rt; H What can you do with a moral degenerate like that? 46 season gets under way. per guests of Mr. and Mrs. M. E. been Mrs. Willie Mae Denton and -Lura.Theressa

Well, at least there is one thing we know we cannot do Tourist attractions, many of Grlner Sunday. Mrs. Ann R. Guy.

', "' and that is to fall asleep at the switch as we did in the which have been closed "since On their return trip to their Mrs. Fred Eiland and childrenleft . ,. a . . . /
Pearl Harbor, are planning to Thursday for a visit in St.
', ; pre-Pearl Harbor days. home in Tampa from Jackson
; ,r In the words of Erwin C. Canham, staff analyst of open and are now getting ready ville, Warrant Officer and Mrs. Petersburg with relatives. v

I'' ;r the Christian Science Monitor, "We must proceed in for Ing tourist an anticipated season. record With gasoline smash- S. W. Snow, former Farm residents bin Lettle Parker of Starkewas By Alls Ida Hagan

1, J the most kplcit! and complete manner to carry out the rationing lifted, motorists are already visited Mr:and Mrs. J. A. visiting of friends Robt. here F. Touchtonwill Monday. . . . . . . '
i' Potsdam These include of the destruction Bouvier Thursday.. Friends
terms. course
r beglning to frequent such to hear that he
be interested
j ,; 'i of Japan's war-making power in every-way. They attractions as Silver Springs, Cypress Lt. and Mrs. J. I*., Jones and is now a patient at the State Mrs. W: D;', Garrett and sister,

,}! 4 t; include punishment of war criminals. Every member Gardens, Bok Tower and little daughters, Linda and Lee, Farm Hospital and that his con Grace Dickinson, were shoppingIn I

of the present cabinet, even the Em'peror' and many other points in increasing num left Wednesday for Akron, Ohio dition Is slightly Improved. Gainesville" Saturday.
bers and these numbers be where they are visiting Lt. Jones' E. S. Sibley and daughter,
1 others in ranks high and low, should be processed as may Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Touchton
mother. Ruth
were in Starke
'"' * dependent upon to grow throughthe shopping '
criminals and punished if found guilty. 113 E. Call Street
: war Mrs. J. B. Segree of Palatka have had as guests this week Saturday.

1 Naturally, punishment and disarmament will not of In fall areas and of winter the north, where came Sunday to visit her brother- Mr!. J. F. Avenger of Jackson- Mrs. John Jordan and daughters STARVE, FLA.We .

? S i, themselves produce peace. At best we shall have onlya reconversion will require several in-law and sLater, Mr. and Mrs. ville, Mrs. L. R. Waters and Willie Mae and Norma Lee,
r ,, a kind of armistice until such time as Japan genuinely months factory workers now out J. t. Williams until Friday. daughter, Mary Ellen, and Mrs.D. of Alachua were visiting Mrs. 0 { have a full lin

+r li finds repentance and regeneration." of employment, many of whom Little Jean Dugger came home W. Waters of Alachua, Mr. Jordan's mother, Mrs. S. R. Swin of the fanciest frui
..i I '+ r' And how is this repentance and regeneration to have had no vacation for several Sunday from Macclenny where and Mrs. A. J. Touchton and Mrs. dell Friday afternoon.

14 'i be brought about? No man on earth yet knows, but years, and who have money avail she had been visiting her grand Roy Perdew of Tampa. W. S. Sibley and Mrs. J. P. and vegtables.

& ilc', .k almost every man on earth hopes that an'' all-wise able, are planning on trips to mother, Mrs. Raleigh Rye, since . . . . . . Dickinson were business visitors A good supply
l ; Providence will show the way.It's Florida. Friday. to Jacksonville Tuesday.
i' Mrs. Al Rogers spent Thursdaywith We are glad'to know they have shorteningTendet
+ Travel restrictions that will per C1ayHill .
her brother-in-law and sister Mrs. J. C. Cochrane home
:" brought
,' w Fun To Cuss THE 0 P A IS DOING mit the operation of tourist trains Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Thrift, Luna from the Alachua County HospitalIn Beef Rom
A 1 and additional busses as fast as By IJurgen
fa " EVERYTHING in. its In Monlac, Ga. Gainesville and her friends wish Stew and Ddicioi
The OP A, Hut Suppose equipment la available will Insurea . . . . . . .
4 power to enlist the aid of steady influx of tourists. M..', and Mrs. Martin Land and her a complete and speedy recovery Steaks.
i 'i; ;, + We "'Have It? housewives to prevent a All this points to the need of sons, Robert Thomas and Ed The days pass swiftly. I am .
ward, Labor visitorsof of school and proud I Mrs. C. A. Beck and brother
; repetition of the inflation additional employees in our hotels, were Day proud my COME TO YOUR
+, spiral in food prices that followed World War I. A apartment houses, restaurants, Mr. and Mrs. 1;. G. Land. am a schoolteacher, proud of the Jesaee Thomas, were visiting in >
' Guests of Mr and Mra. Lyn- children because they are learn Starke Friday.[
+ hint as to what might happen if consumers do not cooperate filling stations and other businesses -
wood Watts from until and so happy. They Mrs. J. Jones Madison YOU AUE WELCOME
Friday ing seem T. of
/ : with the OPA Is the too-well-remembered fact that cater directly to tour- .
Monday were Mr. Watts' brother, sing very nicely for me and have visited airs Alice ''Jones and D. J. ,! :;, ,
that prices rose twice fast after the armistice of the
ists.While faces
N 1 Julian Watts, and his aunt, Mrs. eager smiling upturned
last war than they did during the actual fighting. The some of our military Carlos Edwards of Tampa. like little angels. My prayers

? t price of a five-pound sack of potatoes rose three and a bases will close, many will be Visitors of Mr. and Mrs. P. S. these days are mostly, "God, we

r' ; , l , half cents during the war-but increased thirty-five basis maintained and we some will on always a permanent have a Crews Sunday and Monday were thank Thee." NEWLY{ REDECORATED

'' r cents in the year and eight months after the armistice. good number of service people !in Rev and Mrs. Hilton Shepherdand I have found a simple remedyfor
i i ,T ,, t, This is the way the chairman of one local rationing the State the year 'round in the Mr. and Mrs Charleg Gordon grbunditcli, which is prevalent
5 board explains the situation: f Army, Navy and Coast Guard of Jacksonville,' Bill _Rivers of among my children. Heat two ,"ILLIf34 S'IRILL

Victory over vur-home front enemy can be lost this time, which we did not have before the Auburndale, Mrs.., J.V.. Willardof quarts of water as hot as tho

r,, ; ,, just a* it has been lost !In many nations of the world already, war I Tampa and Mrs W. N Nor, child can stand to put his foot

't r and all we ourselves loaf It after World War I.'A The state advertising program ton and Mrs. Mae Dempsey of into., add "33", which is used as ENJOY YOUR

'A nH As an example, official government figures on what has coupled with advertising proposedby Starke. a bleach for clothes. Pour in about 114iiBi! fIM
Mrs. Roy Roberts and Mrs. a teacup full. Soak the AND
individual cities will
happened In liberated Europe and Manila as well as war- many
fir G Randolph Hardee and children, r
booming Mexico and China, neither of which has prlcp control.lI.fUady's serve to attract national attention 'l ij
announce the arrival of a daughter "
Dianne and Randy, went to Jacksonville '
fall and winter
to Florida this
shopping tour for some groceries and( maybe a should result In bringing ( Beach Sunday for a Elizabeth Ann, Friday, Au- ,,::
I ?' few clothes might end up with her bill totaling something like and / week's stay.Friends gust 17, Borea, Ohio.
' many to the State as tourists, 7JfIG
,'n L .. thin in an Imaglary trip around the globe stopping, !In the listed home-seekers and investors.We of Mr and Mrs. Robert Mr. and Mrs. R. W Brannen (J

t+ 9 naiions for some purchases. can look for the establish Kite and of Lt. (J.g.) L., J. Kite, and Miss Pauline Brannen were '"" :;YJ In The Cleanest

: , First to Chungking capital of war-torn China where a ment of many new enterprises in who formerly lived here and Is among the kinfolks attending a

.l ,, ; ,1. dozen eggs would cost $2,400; a jar of tobacco for hubby will both the agricultural and Indus now stationed on an L.S.T. with family reunion at the home of Spot in Town

+ "" add $20 to her tab; stopping for a glass of lemonade as a trial field. With the advent of New Orleans as his port will be A. D. Crosby near Starke Sun

1 tS' + t bracer after these prices she'Ulay out $2 for the drink. Leav ramie we will see the ejecting of Interested In the following an day. At noon a bountiful basket CALL STREET AT THE RAILROAD

ing a milt to be dry cleaned. she will be told the charge la processing plants followed by tex- nouncement: dinner was spread and enjoyed
Lt. (i.gand) Mrs. L. J. Kite under the' trees
, 'a ? r $600. A padlock for the basement door l Is only $1. 00. but tile mllla. The growing plastic
'' Pct N after keeping her appointment for a permanent wave she'll industry offers great promise for --
Florida and in the years just
layout $1,800 more.
ahead we should be able to counton
v Hopping off her magic carpet In Berlin and wanting a

i ar,' + u" ,E smoke, she'll find that one cigarette will be a cool two bucks. both new large manufacturing and small. Industries Just like old times . Have a Coca-Cola

'!ta ,'} ?'" On Into, Greece for a loaf of bread goes our housewife, but We haVe only begun to scratchthe
i'' ; r she'd better be well heeled, for It'll cost her $260. A shirt for surface in the development "

J r. j Junior in the same country costs her $1,800. In France she'll of our great Everglades area. The

1 pay $60 for a pair of shoes made( out of questionable leather, United States Sugar Corporation # .

F smokes here are down to $2 a pack, but that's still a .lot of through Its research laboratory is -- Itr r

'' 1 1' ',, E money. constantly developing new by-pro

? {i Over to England . It will be $IM for one dilapidated ducts. Their giant new starch ,
1 .t '' mill will shortly go into operation a ., n ''k s
peach the kind Georgia farmers fatten their hogs'with; while s
As a result of their experiments
r ;+ a small handful of wilted grapes will cost her between five and a"
In cattle feeding another
six dollars A
great new Industry in the production iri
Zooming over to Russia, It'll be $180 for two pounds of of cattle feed is certain. s
i' " sugar thank you madam and $120 for Junior's shoes. Thus we find Florida In an en I >i G Q i d iWN

h; {, Dropping down to Mexico, maybe looking for a tire to viable position compared with 4 7t 1 r J .q ,

; +' i}119 replace that worn-out right rear, she gasps when Informed it many of her sister states and all I
+ "" '
'- ..,ill cost $106; (Coat In the U.S.A., $16.25.) Indications point to a busy, and ( } j'I Iia ItlIG IIIV '

,i 4 y After trying to purchase a pound of meat in Manila and most prosperous fall and winter u r. rd
++ being told the price Is an even $100, Milady (Is ready to. return season with employment of some fit
to America. sort available for all who really
ti ,. ,
want to work. p.
t With that shopping expedition behind her. the housewife ,I ry
a r There should be -no employment .1
,I ,+,,tt?, ; ,, returns to her own country and the first thing she wants to problem in Florida and there ? ja
; Ir / r see Is that community list of ceiling prices her grocer and won't be if government} both na ; ,

'' I'' + merchants have posted In their places of business. tional and state will permit free '+a 1

''tt air, c It was after the last war when what few price controlswe enterprise to grow and developas

had were'lifted at once that a wild scramble for consumer it is prepared to do. ._ ae,.
'' goods began. The result was the ruinoui Inflation that tumbled +
down about our ears In 1930. '"' :
', +,, l Let's sum it up this way: We all have a vital stake in Corner Call ...1 Christina Sts. AI

? ,r + seeing that Inflation doesn't get that kind of a start again as Kev. {V. O. Smedley, Pastor
It has In other parts of the world airea+fy, Services as follows: I 91

r I OPA Is ready and eager to remove controls as soon as Bible School each Sunday at / _\
lrr', possible, and that will be when the supply of any commodity 10 a. m.Preaching.

tiw1 t balances the demand. and communion ser
r Again we might add. in the U. S. A. we have the OPA vices at 11 a. m. and 8:00: p. m.

r .I which! as far as w* can make out from the printed matter Is Prayer meeting each Wednesday . meeting-tip time at the neighborhood eatery 1

w;' dictatorial, stupid diabolical. Inconvenient, meretricious, longwinded at 8:00: p. m.
''i ,, Improper unfair, unprofitable Irrevelant,' legalistic Neighborhood meeting place! That's where G.I. home on fur,
Pry II your ,
yip ; lopsided, ridiculous bureaucratic,'unconstltutlona.l and bursting . just like mother

,,;' out at the seams. Ba that as it may, we can still buy, to mention used to make" lough can get back in touch with the local goings-on. That's where /
; ; a few, a dozen eggs for 65c, enjoy that cool cigarette for i

+ '. +', a penny, the refreshing glass of lemonade for a nlckle at any s the words Have a Co\e start new friendships and seal old ones. Ice-cold "

I; t corner drugstore the loaf of bread for a dime, two pounds of , .

f sugar at 12c and a juicy peach for a very few cents Coca-Cob is the center of attraction inviting all comers to be refreshed

f't b; 1' '" I and friendly.

: r Ih Can Use More Pulpwood OTTIIO UNCIt AUTHORITY Of THI COCA.COtA COMPANY IT | Yon callMl DA&lIrall by it* bttnOr} hear tbbwvUWf Coet-CoU*

I"Cokf.Both mean the quality\ I0
WHITE TIMI1EK DEPT uct of 7e Coc -Col CoopwT.O -

1+, Y Container Corp'n. of America, Fernandlna, Fla.

; s F 1943 TIM C-C Cv



L. 1
.. IMS
S TIIibFl9I \
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first assigned to a destroyer ten ia the time to make plans to get Rev. and Mrs. J. O. Raulerson I II' }I vllle attended church services
der the USS Markab. and spent the seed. The need are scarce were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. I here Sunday.

, f .Y [? I) IE then 18 months transferred in the to Aleutians.a nraaJler) air-He seed this year and the demand for I j and Mrs. Perry Dnvis! Remember services each Sunday
greater! than
.. ever before. Misses! Nadine and
'A craft carrier the USS Rudyerd There should be considerable Irene Melvin with Sunday School At 10:30: and
-v*"v w a of Hellbronn I
were dinner morning worship service nt 113; ().
Bay took
and part In the
"IL".";nN' Jlt ERNEST If. MORa MlNNO.V:: IMtOTIlKKS: : of campaign acreage of these planted in the guests of 1.111Rebf'cCIL! Brown I UTe meets at 7 o'clock with
(4 IN JAPAN Ol'chp.t:; : %frI( \ ftftKVK: Peleliu the Philippines, county this year. Sunday.Mr. .
TIlt /Mwt'Jt' I l.V NAVY I Okinawa, and Iwo Jima. evening services at 8 p. m. Come
t 1,0018 IVilkt9on, Jr., Swhose Ernest N. Morgan, \ \ alb The soil conservation payment and Mrs Sike of Jackson and bring someone with you. "J
.Bennett halve IS near Lawtey, of Mr. and Mrs. Jan vA hb"u:/ He report Monday to Macon. rates per pound of need are: Blue j jI

' .111 tha: U'1 Sty battle- gera of Llthia and t\, dq of Ga.. for reassignment, and expects Lupine 65 Cta; AW Peas. 62

"serving'11Ssotlti and Was Present Mrs. J. E. Norman of __ f115 a to be discharged on points Cta; Hairy vetch 144 Cts; and I I

I p tM Japanese\ !; envoys came serving aboard theJ ,. tttfrtIl within the next few months. other varieties 8.3 Cts per pound. 'I,0" .\,

>ell to sigb the final mirren- Carolina which Is pu/V'' / V tAe Conservation paym'nt111 also .
.erd document, powerful Pacific Fle AAen E. Z. LEE'S SHIP be made ior phosphate at 38 Cts

45.00't() t1 Missouri, 'named gaged In occupying J 1I&j\\/ !\ Sl.'Itnnr.sTT.1( per pound, and potash at 3 cents 44 r j
.e hi/we tJJ.te Jt President0niivl I I Eugene Zenar Lee, S 1-c, son of I, per pound when applied to these

the, IS olle (1' the lAost powerwarahtps JOHN M. CLEMENT: h P Mrs. Mary E. Lee, Route 1. crops or oats or pasture. I ''I'll'

man e4er built. It Is now GETS COMItAT BAD t/f'/ I,; Starke, serves aboard the USS II'I Further Information In regard h

f fagshlp] Admiral Wm. F. Pfc John M. Clemen t/ A &f \H<\ Santee in the Pacific, the only I to these crops should be securedat e W I Ir

!I.My, comAV\t'd ot the Third was among a group ot Ml[ +Iptr\ '<-1 aircraft carrier to take a loaded my office. jI I

.ltt. men of the 318th Int\//V t?/ / !j'g-! kamlkazer (Jap suicide I plane)

'tT.fIUJFO"P.. ment. 80th Division iA M I.' t. I. through her top and a torpedo FSA Prepared To
rIRITt" ( .' warded the through her side in the
\'I'f. " IN CJIANunsspatriclt Combat 1nf ly y tf\'s\ same action -
(1)1 l'Jl\Jntt, ".. Ella Badge for exemplaryn/ / without halting operations. Take Care of Vets, 1

I Od. l1t,\ Core, r.n 3889.pRDER : I action against the ,i/feA/ r ,InEui This Bradford County lad should Supervisor t .
<'A,.} tRI C,4TI'J: 'ope. have some exciting tales to tel
:No11G-; "" when he gets back home.
ASD ojflIHJ[ )A to: Ella -
,STATE Irk. whoxa residence 1101 unT PFO GEORGE E. SE!'//I:V.V increased number of applications r
S j
IN PVT. WOODROW W. HICKS for farm ownership and
to :Ni I
fill T : are r/ in theeabove IX GUAM HOSPITAL farm operating loans. in the Farm
\9 4S. George E. Seelef f f1tVit./ <. I
Court ,roll ('all.. wherein ) -- Pvt. Woodrow W. Hicks Security Administration programwas )
served In U. SMarine
and" *U. rftVoTc l" *. Bradford' Belgium wltl\\ l b )1DAth I .iJ
4rjy. relearhfh j ....all Jlubllllh! this Chemical Proces sing 1 f'ql A j Uther I Corps, is In a hospital on forecast today by Luclan O.
!U1y issues.itke (iefti and Char- 1I1\7.l'n. County FAA _
Wt w Guam for the Supervisor
, I1n' third nuccesaiv
In which '
operated! twtf
err J\Jt7\1
l "I 11' lee
my hV J thieoAtig eta Lennon (right) are sea-going I time, Is as the homecoming tide of veterans -
1"1"/111\" / ", plants last winter wbU"", I\\/! It k r ions of Mr., and Mrs E. Lennonof treatment and for psycho-neurosis.currently receiving He i and war workers continues to Make Your Old Car Last Longer 811

IIrrlct.L : > J- Thomas heavy V-bomb attacks. V\\\, part. !Staike.:; rise. Us I
sfltr.-I"lxlq' Court.'k fit has been awarded f' fought in the battle of Okinawa !! Letting Jive You Certified Lubrication
nt 1 eY1
CI.rk H. pltulI'h&,", Qal""llI.L.4q 4t101., Fla. 'I torlous Service Unit. 'v'l.{ II Luther, who spent loave here with the Sixth Marine Division I The Congress, he said, recently Washing Polishing Waxing{
: for I'lf. with his parents in July. is home after which he was moved to authorized $25,000.000 In earmarked j jI
4galn: this week on a 30-day con Guam for a rest lie hope<<'' to funds for veterans (If I
vniesceht leave, having been hos return to the State bttfore long. World War II to purchase family Standard Oil Products .

totalized at Long Beach, Calif., His wife and two children live type farms through the FSA ,
M the result of burns received at Hampton. under terms. of the Bankhead- QUICK, COURTEOUS SERVICE :

Wide on duty. He is a Water Jones! Farm Tenant Act. Under '\

fender 1-c and Is assigned to the NF.WUDltESSE1o\ this act )inane are made by FSA CARDEN'S SERVICE I
destroyer USS Mustin. At the OF SERVICE MEN to veterans for the outright purchase STATION

expiration of his leave he will report B. Earl George, CM 3-c. AT1M of farms", and for the con-

: to Macon, Ga. USN Box 330( USS Tarrant (AR struction of needed buildings on VAN H. CARI1EN, MRF. STAKKE, FLA. I

HVIUEV CRAB ChaiJes has been in the Navy 214)) Galveston, Texas the farm. The loans are for a Cor. Temple A\'e. & Call St. ) tr
three years! and Is at present- Willard E Wynn S 1-c, C.G.C maximum period of 40 years and

He spent two years Madrona. DCGO 7th, Miami. Fla. bear interest at three per cent. r

CORONADO"riU& *a An instructor at the Banana Pvt. Percy R. Green, Co. C, Veterans experienced In farmingand '' .
River Naval Base and has the 238 Engr, Combat Iln., AssemblyArea who are unable to obtain : r

rating of AM 2-c. Comm, APO 752. SF, Calif credit from" private sources or
Pfc James O. Sewell, Btry. C, who are In need of the technical

Iv.rr.. WKKKS: : mS'U\ltGEU 1 33rd F. A. Bn., APO 1, NY, NY. guidance offered by FSA are eligible (- Here it is !
AFTER' I YEAR'S SERVICEW Cpl. Jas. G. Grlffls, Hq. 380th to apply for the loans. Applications '

T Weeks, son of It. A. Bomb Gp. (H) APO 337, SF, may be filed with the
Calif. County FSA Supervisor.
Weeks of Starke ha been re-
lea8ed from active duty afterserving Comer P. Ferryman SoM 3-c, Veterans and war workers who *
49 NTS (EM) C-7-03, Camp Peary, wish to rent farm and are un- ITTIIITY r

.. .. ...--.-- -. Va. .a Vt 1. A tn... obtain rtnn.n ttnap...... .Isvanu.__
- '" m I
:::"., '"':months in the S. Sgt. Edgar M. Lewis, Sr'd from other sourcen"f" are eligible .., ... .......... ... ... '

j'- ..... :-;J ,Army. At the Stud. Btry., CAST, Ft. Monroe, for consideration for operating /
If \ time of his discharge Va.Resale loans In the rehabilitation pro-

.f ',.' ;.j I at Camp R. Thomas, SF 2-c, gram.; These )loans may be used!

."'..... .. Blanding he was Naval Tngr & Dlst. Cent., San for the ptir c h a a e of livestock, BAG

r :. :a. Staff Ser- Diego, Calif. workstock. seed, feed fertilizer,

;/ '.''\. '.' ,.fn I I.I geant.W.. Pfc. Jas. W. Ritch, Sqdn. O, : tools, and all farm and home operating -

+.I.: '" >\. ."...t.-.I"'s'. T. Served Box 883, Gulfport, Mi s. AAB. needs. They extend us-
III + :36 months in the Lt. Ralph Rhodes, Sqdn. T., ually for a period
'J, European 1 1it" !: Theatre Ftr. Sec., Barksdale Field Shreveport and bear Interest at five per cent. IS IN. LONG CHOICE OF COLORS .' I "

1tEC1PE ..... New ': r"'. I with the La.Robert. All applications. are subject to

.-Tlotl tpmiWt'y u\e.tie 761st E n gineer C. Barksdale, A-S, Brk, the approval of the County Farm
... 14 o1a and 109, Co. D-14. USCG Tra. Sta., '
.caws -- i Railway Transportation Co., Security Administration Committee -
NtbAt.d ;aaIr.t.s tlu-va' .. ... ,ta. to anti. t/ttfI!/ wars! battle participation honors Curtis Bay, Baltimore, 26, :Md. composed of well-known local For bathing I

..D.5y"'1pa.M..ea 7 1 .............n...cbePPelSt 'o for five campaigns. In additionh Pvt. G. P. Raymond, MTC CoD < farmers.Woodlawn.
..- t.D Ma 'qlat. Was awarded the Legion of 6 Trgn. Bu.. Camp Le Jeune,
I .tV' >aim. .h.. ...S*.0\ *... pace Merit and the Purple Heart. Before N. C. . . . . . . 'i, .
"' For
.&A \) rOil. 'I." .ill...,ok.. 4-'4I.oIl1UD-' p. I entering/ the Army he was A-C Arch Thomas Jr., Sqdn. shopping i.j IJf

_e."". ,-. _tax wt-400. ...\0 1..Gb tee Ide"I.... employed by the Seaboard Rail- X, Box 436, AmarIllo, Texas. i :
with .
Veal ..
1 "
.. u.s." way. AAF.
-- t or tt =t0at*e eooAe ra- Pvt. O. W. White, Jr. Int., Co. By Elma Crew '" 1
tow 6-9a'J' .... . . . . . . CEILING PRICE $2.30 "
II' d 1. TWO BRADFORD MEN C, 3rd Pit., APO 21261. SF, Calif w
au. L0' aH n I'fI"IA GREEN PROJECT Pvt John G. Sapp, 3196 Amm
c.Ot\'Ii'vtj tug p4S J. B. Bradley and Willie Grlf
\od\1 t ( I\\, c..A.J''' :%'tc Herschell Waters of Law- Co. Ord. Provo, Camp Hale, Pan- ,tie were In Starke on business .

.....,.._ ,b.t.t, wie4e ter and Pfc George I. Cruthlrds do, Colo. Monday. While Last.
"f rat mcna u'' ss's\\\'; of Starke are two Bradford Coun- Pvt. R. N. Crawford, 2nd. Pit Rev."and Mrs.. J. O. Raulerson They .
'. Co. D, 27th E. T. Bn.. ASFTC,
hl"cd Editoe .: ty service men who were speeded
} Mrs. Myrtle VanZant and Mr. and
... it \ horns of the "Green Pro- Ft. Leonard Wood, Mo.
+ c.f\oc\I1" as part Mrs. L. P. Rafuse and children. PLUS 20c
_ 'f,. c.\. ,... ject" Under which the Air Tians- Loca and JoAnn, attended churchIn $1.00:
'.I;.", 4 port Command's Caribbean Dlvl- FARM NOTES Trenton Tuesday night FED TAX '

lon flies 30,000 returnees from I
Mrs. Myrtle VanZant was in
JKuop;l: > to Miami each month. In AMMUNITION: : We are author-
Jacksonville Thursday.
jes than 24 hours they left for ized to Issue purchase certificatesto ,
Mica Lois VanZant of Jacksonville -
AND A MEllOWBOTTLE the personnel! center at Camp farmers for the purchase of Is visiting her niiiter-ln-Iaw,
a. landing ammunition which is on hand at "rriIIVI'.II Itl'.C"OIiO. allow
Mrs. Myrtle Van Zant this week. ;' ,
.WAt!rs served 10 months over- Waldo. Any farmers who need NO I, II i TWO IHS Mil IIAKM I.IOW
OF e1eu With the 88th Infantry Dlvl- shot gun shells or rifle cartridgesfor l>l<) PIHIC'HitMKM"' IKIOI'U J, I I.
iv cntnir < 1)I IIT. IUeAUII'O"U
: sion and has been awarded the the control of birds and pred- (' !'1VTV. FLlIt1Ute IN: tllAM- MUNI'' "MI'UIIKH." IIIH A 1116A5ON1 1IIKIIM 1 1
(I-oAd Conduct Ribbon. atory animals on their farms ('''::11 Y. ;
Inman K. 8t ci1.., .f'lulnllff v... I.ll-
CrUthlrda served 27 months should make application at my lle U. Steeds, Defendant. Cane No.
\VertleAS with the 505th: Para office for purchase certificate as 31164. t
/.l Chute/ Infantry and wears the Purple soon as possible.' AND NOTICE TO ATl'KAIl: IP ic
heart OATS: The two outstanding 8TATW OK KWXtlOA.tu: Ullla I I
r. Bteede' whonv renldenc In 3127 ; I P
varieties recommended for graz- KeynoldM Street Hrun wlck, ; "Ub\ Nr.n-smi HOME ing are the Quincy No. 1, and the You are reqiilrefl i I tri appear onHnptember .
11, 1945, In the aliova
VVlf UISCH.\KGKy ; F1 r eeThe a e varieties were named Court and pauiie., wherein
RuCS Newsom, son of Mr and originated at the North Florida plaintiff seeks dlvorre. Ilradford STORESAT
Beet Tel shall thin
County <'wr"ph publlxh
Mr. W H. Newsom of Starke, Experiment Station at Quincy as Order In next four weekly tunueNWltneni ,
IOe.t. home with his parents andbelVIIg' a result of several years of care- my hand and official
seal at Htarke, Florida, this Au-
his father in the opera- ful breeding and selecting. The 'fu... It, J945.O..f.IfAT. n LAN DIN GnU S STATION t'j I
tlon of the Florilee produces more grain, but { HKAL; A. J. ThomasJ.

When it to ;Itafke Dairy w I both are about equal for graZe J. H Clark Harrlfion of said,law'-'-'Olin Exchange, flldir.Jarksonvlll. I j :
comes /
v .JJJt Me enlisted :, ing. ., Fla. Ally for I'lf. I
flavor/ beloved' South V U 1the Air Although the seed o t these 8-17 ..t7 :111W U

knows what's good I (::1urptf on Dec. 7, varieties may cost a little more '-. . -- ,
east -- -
,; -- < -- =
Y94s and aerved than other varieties they are )

Devilled Crab Coronado three years and worth more as they are resistant I

s"rfw 's' % e V e n months to rust they stool well, have
te a en broader leaves faster and
i'r..dJ: II "*.eAeaA. He arVJVe4 grow I I' I
fine Ingredients In then stay green longer than other

ate.. July 1 ,, varieties. !il j ;
and seasoned to a king'sbate. err Farmer should see their seed IT'S TIME TO RECAPLET i
{ dealers and place their orders H
coj29th. i it
I' lllcbarge early as the amount of seed is

JAX Deer- -always' a great South- ,1Wy t I limited. Many plant these oats US RECAP YOUR COMPLETE SET Storage Room :

Cistern 'fjvorifc--is another delightful' ex- Mf And Mrs. in September for early grazing; M _u __ ._ '.,
Af wftow have another son, Ran- they will stand hot dry weather

. ample of f regional p rfcction. Enjoy an fciAl. who! to Itlll in service and better than other varieties. The I RECAPPING AND VULCANIZINGALL

Ice-cold glassful l of our mellow Drink of -.i i.V stAtioned in-Texas. Soil oats Is Conservation$1.50 per acre.Payment on I SIZE TIRES AND TUBES "

Frlend ''p. Notice its keen aroma, amber Iif.M s K. ROSIER If not convinced that these are

.' to'or' end| rich full-bodied flavor. They j\8. ('.' RGED AT BLANDINO 'I' the oats you should plant see me 21-HOUR SERVICE BEST MATERIALS {
}>vI:. James E. Rosier, son of for further i
.- too, .O the results of choice ingredients j, E. Rosier of Lawtey. has been BLUE: LUPINE; : October Is the WORKMANSHIP GUARANTEEDI I

and from active duty at month to plant Blue Lupine, Austrian -
perfect' blending You'll' 'like AX, be. raAel1 A\Jp Blanding after serving Winter and vetches now

cause 1\'* 1 regional beer brewed particularly than four years 1 in the
J1re iv f"IRfTIT rornr. HH- I>FOKDCO ,I
' t'tnHe WM overseas In the I'NTV. FI>OHII>A| H CIIA:' -
to fI lease the of the Southeast. p
tastes rinean Theatre for :34 ('I':"Y. ... STARKE TIRE SERVICEADJOINING tI
Harold P. Frederick, Plaintiff "
Alenr I or in the company of our famous Manttha _nd took part in six cam- Mildred Broderlck Defendant. Case I
to make hL :No. 899V.ORI' .
. He plans
regional' l pplgn8 OF PUBLICATION
- dishes, lAX Is a premium beer- >Efl

though you J0n pay a premium price to '' Brodrlek STATE ,OF who FLORIDA. to.:!.Mildred Mum- TEMPLE GARAGE Temple Ave. '4 ,

enjoy it$ ">"IL t.. BROWN JoN.IO'S'WRWna. : ford. N. y
AT HOME: You 'are required to appear on r

(Chit :L. Brown S 1-c. son or September named Court 24. 1945 and, cau In .the wherein abovs
lt R Rti \tt .n1) Mrs. A. W. Brown County plaintiff Telegraph peeks! "hull pnbll.h this
le- 9 b/tit ptlGNN kC/ibrott( i Springs. In enjoying a Order In next four weekly l luue..
/. an9 his parents and other Wltne my hand and official seatat
al \\1 eg4'e With Florida, thlc August :Zt.04FFICfAL fc
/ \\o.11) tl"'elIn this section.Sea'n4l . stmrlce ALSO OTHER TIRES & TUBES FOR SALE ,
BREWING COMPANYcksonviUe rt Brown Joined the Navy : SEAL) A. J. Thomas t
1 1L his boot A. Clerk nt said Court. -------- - --- .
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and received -- -_ - -- -- 1,1
'lit July 1912 T Frank tn Fla. \ifglning At Norfolk, Va. He was for I'lf. H ,-u :
i t. ''ll

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Woman's Club Hostesses Entertain WOTU Met With l.-v COI'TY riKcriT rot'HT. BKADFOHHFLOIIIUAI t:!' CIIA.M. I: plaintiff named Court seeks and call"
11 _
arid'CLUBS divorce
'Ir.RY. .tlon d"
SOCIETY I ( I of !Maiden! a
Resumes Meetings Methodist Circles Mrs-: W. N. Johnson Earl Effio; Sealey Sealey, ,Defendant.Plaintiff v Case*. Elmo No. Order County In TelegrIph next .hall'ma PUb r.'

Next WednesdayThe At Kingsley Lake Tnd" Laura' Scott union WCTU f023.ORDeR f>r rtTBLJCATIOV at Witness Starke., my Florida hand and"'P.kl(lItIc'1,

; Eighty Descendants Buffet SupperMrs. met Friday afternoon with Mrs. ANt> .VOTICH' TO APPEAR lIIf5.OFFICIAl.. thi. AUI
t Woman'sSociety STATE OF FLORIDA to: Elmo ( .
Woman's Club will resume Circle One SEAL
W. N. Johnson and Mrs. R. O. )
Earl Sealey, whose addremi la un. A. Clerk of A J,
: Of P. A. Crosby J. M. Brownie entertained Ita regular meetings for the fall of Christian Service of Nunnery co-hostesses. The living known. T. F'rank LAndrum'aid (,Court 1
Wed- the Methodist. Church met Mon You are required to appear on Ally for Pit. Stark
with I
and winter a meeting.
at the Weeks Cottage on and beauti-
: Enjoy Reunion dining rooms Ortohttr 8, 1945, In the above named S.21
; Kingsley Lake last Wednenday nesday, September 12 at 4 p. m.. day afternoon and was entertained fully decorated with home grown Court and cause, wherein plain- IN CIRCI"IT -' 0
:: In the Woman's Club Building by Mrs. A. Z. Adkins at her tiff seek* divorce. Bradford County ( ')( ( 01 Hr lilt ,
p: Sunday Sept. 2, a family reUnion flowers, zinnias and white crepe Telegraph Hhall publlHh thlaOrd..r : }.rs. FLOIClU\ "
night with a buffet supper Placedto CEll 1Merritt I 1\ ,
of SO descendents of the All members are urged to attend. lodge on Kingsley Lake. myrtle filled bowls and basketsin In next four we..klyI.RU.....

late P. A. and Clarissa Crosby of oring the Rev. and Mrs. M. C. The program will be presented advantage in the spacious liv- artistic arrangements. The xeal Wltnexn at hum"Florida and thla official Sep Elsie' 1\1"F. e.lcpkin l1"vkln.,. Plaint!.

Brooker was held at the home of, Stith of Washington, D. C. When by the American Citizenship Department ing room were tall vases of mag- meeting was opened with prayer temher %th, 1945. Case ORDER No. 897 1j f,

Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Crosby south : serving, MIlS Mad g e Brownlee of which Mrs. W. R. nolia leaves. by the pre a ident Mrs. O. E. A.(OFFICIAL Clerk of, SEAl aId.) Court.A..1. Thomas, AND NOTICE(IF Pl'JJLICATI> ,

of Starke. Games were enjoyed presented her grandmother, Mrs. Mrs. W. B. Sewell circle chair- Stansbury and Miss Edna Noegel T. Frank andrum, Starke. Florida, Mae STATE Hopkins op KromrAr pE l(1
., by the children and the older S. E. Brownlee with of Morse Is Chairman. man, presided over the meeting; gave a solo with Miss Nan Wal- Alt-, for Plf. 9-, .4t 9-28 unknown. whoB' r.Bld.,

, ones visited.' a tray Hostesses are Mrs. R. J. Davis, and after routine business arrangements lace as accompanist.Mrs. i.v riRrriT c-onrr, JIHADFOUI) You are re'lulr.d) to .
gifts and a birthday cake aa the made for plac- (-OITV.' KI.OIIIUAI IM CHAN- September 2f. 1945, In ap
After a basket dinner, /spread Mrs. M. C. Mayhugh. Mrs. W. B. were Stansbury led the devotional named CouP tho,
.' ? 'was tF.U V. and
day also her 85th birthday CaU,1
on a long table on the lawn, and Mundy. Mrs. C. H. Nasworthy, ing flowers In the church duringthe taken from Revelations and Robert Hall, Plaintiff, VII. Wanda County plaintiff seeks divorce, Dr"
anniversary. Mrs. Brownlee was montn of September. Mrs.T. B. Hall Defendant. Cace.. No. 4027 Telegraph shall
old fashioned sing was enjoyed by assisted In serving by her daughter Mrs. W. E. Middleton, Mr. P. L. Invited the circle to the members sang several songs. ORDER OF PUPLICATION Order Witnet In .next tour "Weekly pUbll,
T. Long
all. my hand
f ; Mra. Earl Johnson. Bridges arid Mrs. Edward Burns. her first Mondayin Miss Seleta Sparks played a piano AND NOTICE TO APPEAR WandaB. at Starke, Florida, and Off ci,
meet with the STATE OF FLORIDA to: thle
and Mrs. L. the 1945. AUlt'
Present Mr. solo. Mrs. Wilbur Scott
were October. gave Hall,. 200 Eaat 96th Street New '
' and Mrs. treasurer's report and the main York. N. Y. (OFFICIAL SEAl) A.
; H. Patch of Lawtey Mr. L Aa Clerk of 7. 'I'
Mrs. W, J. Churchwell conducted i Item of business attended to was You are required to appear on R. H. ahl COUrt,
Raiford Brannen and daughter, October 8, 1945, In the above named Duncan 611 Lnch Bu
Pauline of Ralford, B. T. Crosby the devotional service, using asher the election of officers for the Court. and cause wherein. plaintiff Jackaonville 8-U .ft 9-If, Florida, AUy f,
subject "We are colaborerswith Heekn divorce. Bradford Coun'ty
All officers were
it and son Carl -of Sebrlng Mr. and coming year. Telegraph hall I publlnh this _
service was
God" and the
Mrs. C. E. Crosby and daughter re-elected for another term. Order In next four weekly iHnuen.VltncBM
with sentence Mrs., hand and official: ; .
J closed prayers. \ my
Frelda, of .Wesconnett, Mr. and an Interesting Mrs. Quigley invited the next deal at Starke, Florida thin September -
; 'Mrs. L. B. Crosby and children of >; T. Long gave meeting to be at her home and 6. 1945.OFFICIAI .
review from an 8EATJT A. J. Thomas,
Greensboro, Sgt. John Dukes of Mrs. Johnson and Mrs.. Nunnery .
I which told of the Aa Clerk of Maid Court.R.
j 4 Lake Butler, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Surely ermn good to see Wed- all packed up Saturday and headIng Outlook assisted by Miss Noegel served H. Duncan, 617 Lynch BldgJackHonvllle .

. Mott, and son Elbert, Mrs.. George nesday afternoons come back to for Jefferson County . work of Tuskegee Institute whichis salad and saltlnes to the guests. ., Fla., Atty. for Plf.7 .

, Davis and ,children, Mr. and :Mrs. life again around Call Street aftera Everything piled on their pick-up a school for colored people.The There were 11 members and two '- 4t 9-28 ___ I

R. J. Waters Mr. 'and Mrs. Mac couple of years of having the truck from furniture to chillun hostess served to her guests visitors present. IN: rmcriT COURT nnAuronn

I ; rt1 Collins and children. Mr. and Mrs. mid-week scene resemble mid- . Bill did a good job flying delicious fruit salad and tea. -OINTY. FLOK1UAI IN C1IANCKHY. -

Lee Crosby and children, Mr. and night in the Deserted Village . but he Is going back to his first Circle TwoMJrs. Ladies Tthel Ureen Rowe, Plaintiff, ye.
AuxiliaryThe Erwin C. Howe, Defendant. Cane
Mrs. Bill Nichols and children. All comes about. of course, as a love, farming and he and Mar- Barbara Breazealle and No. DHR9.

; Mr. and Mrs. Resole Carlton and result of the Army's peacetime jorie will have the fun (and head Mrs. O. I* Haynes were co-host Presbyterian Ladies Auxi- ORDER OF PUBLICATION

'. 1'LP children, Mr. and Mrs. H. P. resumption of the old Wednesday aches) of remodelling a 150-year- esses to Circle Two, at the attractive liary will meet Tuesday after- STATE AND NOTICE OF FLORIDA TO APPEAR to: Erwin

.? /J Gainey and daughter, Eva Fay, half-holiday tradition . Call old farm house, Inherited from home of the former on noon. Sept. 11, at 4 o'clock at C. Howe, whose. residence and address -

,Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Crosby and Street merchants quickly swung his grandparents, about mid-way Kingsley Lake. In the decoratiOns the Church Service Center. This Supply I.Det.Pfo S. E.C. V.C. 1747 Rowe-20143320 Camp San :n;..

i children, all of Brooker :Miss Into line with military supply between Monticello and Tallahassee the colors of yellow and pink will be the first business meeting Louis, Oblapo California. _: ,

) Winifred Crosy and Miss Louise places drug stores etc., announc- . Lt. Comm. R. A. (Lex) were carried out, the flowers used after a recess of several weeks.GeilmannMarkey September You are 24 required., 1945, In to the appear above on
J I Crosby of Starke and Miss Mad- In' they'll Green has a new, address: care being golden rod and crepe myrtle. THE ONLYDEFENSI

eline Crosby of Daytona. and close on Thursday from now Legal Dlst. Office, Commandant
t'' Mrs. A.. F. sauis circle -
on out . AH of which means 128, FPO San Francisco . presided over a short busi- The Sign of Radiant healthhsI1IlJ1Nk'i41tllI1
another headache for PostmasterFred 'Glimpsed T.-Weeks back in town
Surprise Party ness meeting which was opened Mr.- and Mrs. T. W. Markey of
Stump . Soldiers were lugging from a hurried trip to New York ,
Mrs. W. E. Mid-
with prayer by Brooker -
regret to announce the
For Miss Yarbrough packages to the postoff ice
I City.
t leton. After routine business, It
; of
I here all' Wednesday afternoon postponement of the marriage %v/. .
the was announced that the circle their niece. Miss Martha.. Evelyn against Windstorm it
1 Saturday afternoon at Gary with obvious disappointment at '
4'' jft: 4 Knnls cottage on KIngsley Lake finding the windows closed ., . I Add Odd Items Lucille; After.a neighbor would be entertained in Octoberby Markey to Sgt. Earl P. Geilmann, ,Insurance to pay for
I. had taken and Haven Mrs. A. Wood and Mrs. A. W.
because of Gellmann's
a delightful surprise party was take red Sgt. recent
It'll a lot of Washington,
1 Crosby home last Monday nighthe Anderson at the Church School and transfer to Texas the damage it causes
t 1M i given for Miss Mary Alice Yar- tape to get 'em open again on unexpected !
told them could drive his
;::2 brough, who has returned toMontreat. Wednesday, however, sountil, the they Building. for five weeks training. The dateis See Us!
their house
car to but absent- service
devotional con-
The was
N.. C. to the faU undetermined
,, enter order comes through CIa will aa yet.
mindedly took the keys out with ducted Mrs. Wood, whose talk
term of school., Swimming was by
''k? Just have to be patient . ,
him1. They blissfully drove on V-J and
l followed by a 'weiner roast near in the was well-suited to Day
Glimpsed Wedensday prom- ShieldsWarrenJames Charley E. JohnAgency
home but had to turn right a- Labor Day. Mrs. I. P. Shepherd
.-fL the water's edge.. enade: Two khakilads obviously
round and come back to his house reviewed an Impressive editorialon
Enjoying t hi.I occasion were lonesome, seated on a bench hold- B. Shield of Camp Blan- ( !
and the
get keys before they the subject of V-J Day. I
:,,' 4P+.' : Cpl. and Mrs. Clyde Ay cock, Mrs. ing a penciled slgn-"Wanted 2 could turn the switch off! . Mra. Breazealle and Mrs. Hay- ding and Dorothla Mae Warrenof '
b John Burian Sgt. and Mrs. Joseph Girla, One Brunette One Blonde'! Starke were married by Rev. FLORIDA LIVER TONIC U desIgned to Phone IS STARKI:,
Incidentally u c 1 lie haa been invited their 16 into .
nes guests stor that vigorous i .I ling.
Thomas, Sgt; >and' Mrs/ 'A I' t .- ; When last MIen they were i Deputy Clerk in the courthouse :the room where refresh- Jack Anderson of Gainesville at :1oJu'.nl) ; r whn* your Iiv.r ad nor
and Mrs., Charlie still , dining W.arine.., h.adach caua.d by
Thorpe Sgt waiting .and wanting his home there, Sunday, September mally. *>
since March . 'Bout time I ments of fruit punch, sandwiches, biltounwM and that muvrabl run-down '
and Mrs. Griffin I
Kimmel .
"Sgt. mentioned the fact here, I 'spect and potato chips Were served buffet 2. (_ling or. usually r.Uv.d within an ... .
4 Sgt.i and (Mr.. Eyerett Potter itotl 'an' hour by the urn. el this gentl acting ... ...
"sP .
(.Jotted: Gloria Bu- Seems the Telegraph failedto style stimulator. Kp it on your madicin halt 0.
Gary Ennls and Gary Morgan En- ,ford here on vacation 0 frozn..,St.Luke's give credit where credit 'waa The WSCS Is anxious to exceed StoneAlvarezMrs. for lh. benefit of the whole loudly G.t,Mntlno THE TRAVELERS,Hi
f nil, Mrs. R. TS: Fernandez, Mrs. vour bottle now-any Drug Stoic. I
and "fairly bedazzlln' In due In last week's Issue '. the quota for11" Chinese
'k! E. E. Lansing and the honoree one of those novel :hair-dos. that "Twaa Sister Brown and not Mar- which must be sent in .' Thelma Andrews1 wishes to ,
Reuef.1 I --- ----------- ----------- --- --
Mies : Alarbrough. ;-- -----
tw Mary ,; ; make you loohJUte'you're) wearing kle who had the tonsils.removed of September. 'Our announce the marriage of her slater

.. 'i: . Dr. and Mrs. J(. C. Stith spent a hat when you ,all:t .''.. The In Tallahassee' recently ;. Sis- ]lies have suffered so long and are Edna M. 'Alvarez to Sgfc'Ray-j i ..Ear.JSafety, Comfort, and Economy. .

jt from ThUr1datl2riigh: Sunday In o ralrOtBrardl cock-t rv',ysaod>.Ha ter says that was too much of terribly under-nourished. So please I I mond L... Stone on September: 2i "

Deland with Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Bralnard Harveyj! 'and their an ordeal to go through with and hand your 'offering to. Mrs. Titus Sgt. Stone is 0 originally ,from FOR COURTEOUS
cocker spaniel Gingerbread takIng not get the proper credit, so I Olson or.Mlas Amy Coburn. Ohio, now, stationed at'' Camp IJ ::

: SL\ .f, 'off Tuesday:cforv'a"slew York hope this;'notios will' put ,us in _-??_ I Blanding. They will make their' CORRECT C- .: iJ.fJ.

holiday-", ,.i, ,A* ,nauaI.flr&inard her good graces again. ,. ... Miss Hazel Moore has returned] home af 1X3-W.: Madison St.: INFORMATION I I Ii JdlI .

and ..Gingerbread will ocaupyvjlhe from visit.- .
o a. Philadelphia( ; Pa., ,
: ,: upper berth, ,while! Mrs. ]-4., .and So ,lone' t a. 4 ,See 'you'' f In "the and Ocean City.' N. J., ,where she Mrs., Valri 4.. B. Rid, has returned -, .. .Please. Phone 147 9" "7
thelf'charminglittle"; dotter have next'. . 'I ,. was the guest o( Dr. E.. Al from several weeks In ''h "bid\
thelower Ann Wilt: attractive -d rolyn. Thompson and his : 4" ..- '
,, ft parents. home Virginia..
'c- t'- Ride Florida Motor Lines Busses
BHS-lte" .ltl11 Hushed" after I !. _
arriving t' I bv plane from a'summer -- UNION BUS STATIONTemple

visit'with' her parents In It0 a Long Stretch Both Way for'a Happy C.!. Christina 1. Ave. LACJY CONWAY, Agent Starke, F

Birmingham Mich., Just In time Mail All Your Overseas Gifts _
: J '
for the opening gong . ; She'llwinter"
ca. 'with her grandparents Between Sept.. IS-Oct. 15.

Lemuel Colsons . Glen Wood

managing to get around and a- 41 EXCELLENCEthe

4 i'j' bout ,In spite of his serious eye ,

ailment ,' Margie Carter arriving -
I ft economy of management make up
Call Street
breathlessly on
a primary quality of Service whichis
telling tall tales of celebrattn ti, our
i)4r1' 44t TheSIZZLING V-J Day in' Times Square . t dedicated to the affairs and needs of

Charles and Virginia Darby and .F4t\\ bereavement.

: t4 ii1 restaurant B family back I In town after a "Something For The Boys" Gets An Early Start I ,"

lengthy stay on Santa Fe .. . ")i

. _"-1 J.. .
; . ., unu U(4I Herlong AdaniH, George Flynn. "Christmas In DEWITT C. JONES, ,

Charles Darby, Harry Houston Summer"I AMBULANCES SERVICE
Titus Olson. E. J.: Flynn and Joe I .
Simmons were back In town Hushes _._ . Funeral Director

A Monday from a week-end fishing &_ STARKE PHONE 7 1

t l 8TRAK*' trip at Ilpraeshoe . They still I Overseas Santa -

maintain they had good luck, but Our local funeral home enables us to

:''i. Mrs. Adams says she hasn't seen CHRISTMAS! DAY, 1945, will see most of ._ ., offer conveniences and services not

.LOBSTER any of their; catch .as yet Y America's lighting forces in the far Pacific _ otherwise available.We .
Glad to see James McKelvey back and those "
packages from -
4> SHRIMP M home with a discharge after what home which mean so much to men and wo-' _!. furnish the highest type service at the lowest prices

the seems 2-JSth like! Field years and years In with the! men overseas must travel far greater dis' accept ANY life Insurance policy In force. Issued by ANT c

CHICKEN Pacifies . Sorry Artillery to learn that tances. So said the respective chiefs of the j paoy, as! payment In part or In full on a funeral. Conaulta

Army and Navy Postal Services carries no obligation.
his parents were away when he as they
tM arrived, however, having been called helped launch 1945's "Overseas Early Christ.: i

to Alabama, where one of mas Mailing Campaign" at the recent .

For B James' sisters lives . Seems "Christmas In July" luncheon in New York's _ .,
that two of her children were run Waldorf-Astoria. At this unusual affair
Connoisseurs over by an automobile and one sponsored annually by The Greeting Card r' %
was fatally Injured . Hear FLORIDA Is
Austin Smith wrote his Industry for just this purpose guests from -__ '_.
family the
newspaper and radio worlds found themselves
three weeks that he _
ago was going -
0 to Tokyo with MacArthur . in a complete "Christmas" atmosphere 1! _
Sun. Mon. 9-10
; ?_ ofGood Wonder !Sf he's had an Introduc- from Christmas weather (air-conditioning, of Sept.

I tlon to Hlrohlto yet? . course) to Christmas Turkey and "Jingle _ltjb I '

-i* Food Bells" Officials of the War, Navy and Post 4 _. Ij Pillow To Post"
I Phel--; Office
Orate pontcard* from Departments asked them to spread the .4' _

1 and I Pinelami College, Salemburg.' N., news that this year. more than ever before IDA LUPINO

0 C., that she misses Call Street the cooperation of relatives sweethearts and POSTMASTER GENERAL) ROBERT E. "AN1'IEC.4lV I SYDNEY

Drink and. her. many warm friends here friends of men and women in the armed' fpaaklngft lisa Greeting Card tndtutrft annual "ChrUt. GREENSTREETWM.

. -'Please express my appreciation forces overseas is needed to make certain m
_____ for the perfect cooperationfrom that every Christmas package and Christmas announce tna M Important Inelutlta data., Saptombtr ..asrrt_Srsrrrs-rrrrrsrrrsraSr
_ _, ovaryorm 'while I was em- card is delivered L-f I"L' Day. lSo-Oc.olHr 13or taudtng CArblmas ."/.. overseas.
on or
ployed with the ff.S.A. In Starke,'. Christmas .... Tues. Wed: Thur. -' Sept 11,- 12.

_ she writes ? |%ene R. (Smit- Has7, cond7 sad '
ty) Smyth and charming wife see.. scenes mean EARLY MAILING INFORMATION
Margaret arrive this week-end .'IhoN..' Familiar -. -. "SONG OF BERNADETTTJENNIFER }
Package for armed
Chrlttmat A t oar forces o* neas MUST
from Minnesota tmtdi'Ilko
for a visit with ij be mailed between September IS-October 15.Addr .
thfiaaramopopular .
the latter's mother, Bertha Pearce '
. Seems that Smitty (formerlya otwt.... C +t* CorrattljrWright JONES

major) has just received a discharge -i ., 4 0 ",'.f>> secsir.i" j s-ens SSSrSSSr..._S S St flrssfls-r-

and they'll probably settle t' .. ,. llmll-5 I6,. 15
Dining OutTonight in his old home town of Chi ,, 1 ; S Si** limit-IS In. long-36 In. length and Saturday September

cago . :Margaret's sister, .. .t,' .& '. girth tomblntdPrepay -DOUBLE FEATURE-

l ? Wanda who should have departedto full poe....

_ _ ,, ctAiiI C., resume Monday school couldn't in Montreal resist N. \ ..I. :,.. This 30-day. period doe not appt?. to Christmas "Trail of Kit Carson"and
a good .
I Have dinner here In a pleanaat ) card CJirUlma. card mar b. mailed al any lima
excuse to play hooky and is waitIng : !
-i. during or after the package mailing period. They
atmosphere where '
you know to . "
see them before leaving iboald be mailed
early howeveH' allow
enough. .
i ''IL the food will be delicloualy . .,. .,. , .. sufficient tin. for delivery. In even the mol di*.

: cooked attractively erred. latu theater of operation before Christmas Day.. LAUREL & hARDY, In
Glimpsed' l They mail be cent in sealed envelope and prepaid
Marjorie and Bill
al th. Bnt-claa. rats of pottage.Funber -
Fhomson (he's a civilian now; "The. Bullfighters"
Jischarged at Blandlng last week) detail al roar local Post Office.(

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I Rent Control l Still Display of Army I, I IX "IH..I"T ('<>' HT. UNAIIKOHI' Court ,and cause. wherein lain-1
oITLIOCALNEWS tM NT. KI.OKIIItl IN tllCtOHY. \\'-. .week divorce and annulment.Bradford .
In Force In Starke Equipment At USO : 1 V: j". County Telegraph shall. +, '
John Harris liniiKhtnn." l lAwinilff." ..hll..h thin. Order In next four '
Area Official v... Josephine 1I.'n'k Hoiiuhlun l>". kWI issue rs
went .to NorthAnna Mr. and Mrs. Brainard Harveyand SaysUntil Attracts Crowd i femlant. Cawv \\, 404. Witness my hand and official 1
Knight OR OKU: OF IIIUTION seal nt btarke, Florida 1 this September
saturday to Join Mrarnell -. daughter Elizabeth Ann left the "unprecedented de This week's activities ae'AVv ANIt I NOTICK: TO\ A I'.' :. + r>lh, 1045.OPKICIAI. t
at the ;
for 8TATM OK KI.OK11IA l", nONi'phln ( MAIJ A. J. ThomasAs .,
Wednesday two mand"
stay for
weeks In
week's New housing facilities
another in Starke USO started off auspiciously ( <' llenck Hmiirhtnn whose sd Clerk of said Court.

.:ftIf. for York City. Starke and vicinity approaches a with the Labor Day Open i Trenton draw ,In.New. leg Jr. :s, .my.Olden Avenue, I'Z."h' If.for Douglas Plf.. . tlMlnenvllle.. 9-7. 41U Kin.

normal basis, rent control will House which was attended You are required to
by ali al..r| | on "'
returned to his LJ. and Mrs. Richard Thede and have to be continued in this area most 1,000 A i October 8, 1945, 'til I Ih. above named t'l HI'1"1'r ;:111 IIT" lilt Il f4tllll
corbin Thursday aftertime eon Ricky spent Tuesday with It was persons. special ex Court and online. wherein plum- 1'\1 4'1111'' F'.OIlI"1 I' (111\-
ormond stated by C. M. Taylor of habit .
In his of weapons from Camp Blan- IIff evk dlvonv. tlradfnrit. . County':
e some with Mrs. Thede's mother Mrs. F. H. Jacksonville district 0 P A rent ding was on display from 2 o' Telegraph flmll publlxh thinOrder l hells Uennlnc. IMnlntlff. VB.llrnry ,
ding Scott Long while enroute from Ft. director who visited In next four weekly lames.1vitne.a l>ennln&r, Uefendant. Case. ,
the local
ie. A. clock until 10 o'clock and a group my hand unit official. No. 4(125iRtIIt( .
who has Bragg N. C., to Camp Shelby flee last week. of seven infantrymen , k neal at Stark. KlnrUlii. till Septemb ( OF PhPUCATION ;+
)far)' McAliater and Pacific duty for Lt. Thede. Mr. were on a <>r 5th, 1 )P/.( at the usa has Taylor stated that a great hand to explain and answer any OFFICIAL' 8KAI.' ) A, J. Thomas, STATE' OK FIAItIDA It>. Henri
serving for a many landlords have applied for questions A.. Clerk of ald. Court.Zarh Panning, whose residence mill mldre '
*" Miss concerning the items ofwarfal
City Jacqueline And
York r ews is H. PouKliiii. ttalneHVllle, FinAlly . ..n U t.miimion. N. C.
\ permission to Increase .
"toourse.: A replacement spending this week with her par- rents, now 'e. for IMC. 9.7 tt S-2N You are required I to appear c 1 I
jig! that war Is over but explainedthat The October 1 I. 1S45, In the above nan +
future. ents Mr. and
near Mrs. J. W An- Rev. Grover Alison the "
, in the was tHMI IT C'OI ii r.fOI II"ii'onn ed Court and online wherein plaintiff
folloW drews. She is attending business there can be no relaxation of guest speaker at the weekly Valuable additions to your college >T', FI.OHIItll IN ll\\: I seeks. divorce Hradford Cuun d
Mre Wilson G. Lee college in Atlanta. rent controls for sometime yet Wives' wardrobe such the ('KIO.FMjthe '. I ty Telegraph. Khali I ptihltxh thin I
and Program Luncheon as bright
.: with his In using : W. Mrfftll. Plaintiff, v... Order In next four weekly limuea.Vltn .
visit except those few
ypursday! far a scattered. the topic "We Hold These wool\ scarf shown above as picturedin Ralph! Mi-Cull, nlMii known an I1IIIMoCall \ B my hnnd and official
)Jr. and Mrs. J. A. Left Miss Phyllis Martin left Monday areas where stoppage of war production Truths", based on the United the August issue of Good defendant. On** M. 4011OttnKR I seal nt Mitrke Florida, this Meptemher j
Hopewell Va. evening for Bible School In has reduced or eliminated States Constttu t ion which .was housekeeping magasin can be AM NOTICE. <1 AI'I'KAIt ( ) HKAM 'A. J. Thomas, '
St. Paul, Minn., to study Mission- heavy demands for housing.In fashioned STATK OK .'I..HIII>.' tot'tt: Aa Clerk of said. Court. ,
will return signed September 17, 1787. Appropriate In ;your spare time if Jr. .. ..
G. Carter work and Miss Ralph MoCall 1"1nU1. c' ('h.. It. Rasa. 204 Realty Inds. I
\\lrt T. Merritt-- island ary Edna Noegel some instances, reports Indicate place cards In the shape you can hold two knitting needles S42 Knelneer, A 1'0 762 !;% .' Jarknonvllle.. Via. All). for IMf '
IIfr Mme on Mr. will leave on the 10th of this that a few landlords have 01_ the _. . Constitution I New Yoik, New York. r'l H-7 4t 9.28 1I
with original were
a visit You are required to appear
after month for her
.eek Fields second year at refused to rent properties to ser- used to mark the places of the Recent Births October H, IH4A: In (Ihe above imin.ed

}Ire. J. H. Hampton-DuBose' A cad emy, a vice personnel In the belief that guests.Pennnylvanlana. a Court and raune, wherein ," "In-I. 1 oar
tiff seeks fllvorce. Hradford Cnun.ty '
George Powell Christian school in Orlando. they might soon be able to demand at Camp Ulan- KICIIAKI FRANKLIN DUIUIAN Telegraph shell publish this 1 I l i

\\1' Turned after home in J. H. Churchwell and daughter higher rents, Mr. Taylor ding were feted at the Club on Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Durban of Order\ III .next my four bund weekly and tueN.Vltnen official.1 }

a top, N C., visiting Mr. Martha of Jacksonville were stated. He termed such action Wednesday evening at the Cabaret Lawtey announce the bhlh of a deal. at "!'<,..rk... ,Florida, tlilx "Heptemher TOR ACID INDIGESTION I
-e1! mother, Mrs. Laura I.re1L Sunday guests of Rev. and Mrs. the result of a mistaken concep- Dance It being declared "Key son Richard Franklin on July (OKKICIAU Ah 141.\1.1) A. J. Thomas

( W. J. Churchwell. tion. No advances In rent ceil- stone Mite". A Camp Blanding 30. \n Clerk of mild Court.
ings will be permitted, except In :V.iuh Jf. 1>"' "11..... InlneRVllle, Kin
Lake Wales I dance orchestra f urn Ished the Ally for I'lf. 11.7 4t II-U
C Ray of Mr and Mrs. actual cases where JAMES! UIM.IAM: SITMNKK: :
L. J. D. Kuykendallwho hardship on i music for the dancing from 8:30to : .
has spent some time here spent the summer In Cloud- the landlord can be shown. Mr. and ]Mrs. F. F. Sumner an- ix. ( .t'II'I' i in it"r. nit \I)KOIII, )
Mrs. Olin 10:30: o'clock and delicious refreshments Ill NTl. KIOMIHtl. ) 1% 411 %%.
j W. White Landlords nounce the birth of a son, J amos
:J }{ land Ga., have returned to their and tenants are Invited were served by the 1'K.IIV.llobeit .
m aiid Misses Olive and home in Hawthorne. Mr. Kuy- to visit the local OPA Rent William on August 6. .lainen. Plulnllff, v... 11..rIl'14 -
Junior hostess committee. All ,,. .. .
to Jacksone Swift J""" Uefendant. ( No.402S.
& Ray has gone kendall Is on the faculty at BHS. Control Office at 205 East Call Ohioans will be honored at nextweek's JfIV: I'.U'LKTIl: JOKOIN SOe Gf I
to visit her sisters. St., whenever rent problems arise. ORDER: OK rriifxiCATioNANI ,
dance., Mr. and Mrs. a.V.. Jordan of > '
Mrs. J. W. Kincaid has to NOTICK' \ 0I'P"A: It
L returned gone All applicants will be given every HTATR/!: OK KI.OKIOA to; OeorirlikHwlft I
Miner has At Starke announce the birth of I I
r E. the a
Bingo'Party on Tuesday
. Atlanta to join Mrs. C. C. .
Hoppe assistance possible by Miss Louise James, whose aililreiiK I In un
Smyrna after spending evening the lucky winner of the daughter, Judy Pauleth on August known I
New and son, Jimmy of Tampa for aweek's Slorr
of Carpenter's Drug
Snyder, secretary the local office -
[ summer with Mr. and Mrs. J. long distance telephone call home 8.THOMAS. You are required to appear on
stay. {
October H, 1945, III the above nam
[fields. was Cpl. John, Varhola of Har-
: GLEN DODSON --------- -
Mrs. Marcus: Howard and children rlaburg Pennsylvania. Miss
udge and Mrs. A. Z. Adkins Geri and Marcus, of Lake At The TabernacleThere Madge Middleton served as senior Cpl. and Mrs. R. G. Dodson of

I spending three weeks In Butler will spend this week-end hostess for the evening. Wilmington N. C., announce the Homemade Chili Hot Dogs Sandwiches i
Hendersonvllle, birth of a son Thomas
fyiMville and Glen on
with Mrs. K. G. Duncan. was a good attendanceat Hostesses
at the USO
August 10 in that
1C. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Ring of the Youth for Christ meeting last Saturday evening were Mrs.F. Dodson will be remembered city. Mrs.hereas Our Specialty. .

vl,I. W. S. (Billy) Colson of Kingsley Lake have returned froma Sunday night at the Tabernacleand H. Long Mrs. Mabel String- Miss Jenell Hutchlngs.WILLIAM k

r Ration AAP spent the week- six-week stay with relatives in the young people were complimented fellow Miss Amy Coburn Mrs. t

bhere with his parents, Dr. and New Hampshire. for the composurewith Molly Lecin and,Mitts Cecilia Thy : WILLIS THORNTON THE HOME '

Lemuel Col on.. which they rendered their fault. Mr. and Mrs. Willis\ E. Thorn OF HOME COOKING'
i ,George Alderman returned Wed-
I Individual
parts. ton of Starke announce the birth
nesday to his home in Baltimore
ong those from The coming of Dr. John Mc- of a son, William Willis on Au-
after month's visit with Mrs., G. Red Cross Production
ending the funeral of Neill of Scotland in the near future gust 15.SCAHLKTT.

A d Johns last Friday were MIss Wr Alderman. with his unique English May Halt Unless erry's P PCALL

a Faircloth of Daytona Beach, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Oren of Concertina, ia being looked for- ELAINE KELLEY
More VolunteerMrs.
mi Mrs. Arthur Dekle and Mr: and ward to and the Rev. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Cliff A. Kelley of
jaDtk'e'! allot Lake Butler Jacksonville are visiting W. L. of Wildwood announce the birth of
Stroupe Pennsylvania '
fjudge A. V. Long of Gaines- Mrs. Blanchard Law and Mrs. musicians also O. E. St.&nsbury. Chairmanof a daughter Scarlett Elaine on HTKKET
gifted are expected -
Mabel Wall. production for the Bradford Tuesday August 28, In Theresa NEXT\ ; noon TO WKHTKKN UNION

soon. County Chapter, American Red Holland Hospital In Leesburg.

Cross, announced today that a Mrs. Kelley prior to her marriagewas I
I Gifts For guest this week of Mr. and meeting will be held Thursday
Announcing The Agency of-Perfect Mills Flora Alice Edwards' of -
Mrs. Ellery Davis Is Mr. Davis'brother September 13 at 2 In the le
p. m.. Brooker.Mr. .
SILVERWARE CHINA GLASSWARE Drld..j Bruce L. Davis of Ar- America. Legion Hall to discuss ;From'where I sit ...fy Joe Marsit:

', cadia. the quota to accepted for this and Mrs. W. L. Spears of
Mitchell 302 W. Madison :
}Mrs. J. M.\ I
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Shafkln county of volunteer Red Cross Lawtey announce the birth of a I
FLOOR CANDELABRA Sc BASKETS FOR work .. son August 29.
have returned, from a 2-month

. vacatiqn In New York City. Very large requests for bed Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Rosier an- Jeb Wilkins i'
room slippers bedside bags and
.,- t tI .* Mt"%.' Evelyn Clark has returned from hospitals nounce the birth. of a son, August
utility bags are;coming 30. loses the wanderlust I
from a visit In Kansas'City Mo., both hera''and abroad Mrs. I r
NAT SEZ..: with Sgt. Clark's Yelatlves.u Stansbury aald.iAmd unless more Mr. and Mrs. -Russell Starlingof '

F a .Ii r". -' i I women in the--eounty volunteer Graham announce the birth. ofa Jeb WLlkJns'_wa always a kids and family . baking< In

Don't forget the City Election Miss Ann Astor,'sister-in-law of I their services'itoWlIl be 'necessary son September 2. 'great one;for ''uaveUn<<. .Two "'th.minahine with* gtaM of cold' +.r .

next Tuesday. Even If you don't Mrs. Louis. Shafkln'a niece Mrs. to discontinue the Red Cross. Production weeks a year he used to cover beer. :. (A
i _r Q Phyllis Astor is spending some in this Chapter.Mrs. IM. flllfl'lT'. ('rilT, URAl)90111). 'mote ground than Pullman From where I sit! Jeb'e 4...- 'i't
relatives the ticket, Shafkin. COUVn. ri.l>ltll>A .
have any on. . < limes with Mr. and Mrs. | tCHAN.
/( : Stansbury said that there CKHV.nurney: conductor. Used to come back covered what millionol other>> ,
l It's still your duty to vote Some- j M. holder, Plaintiff, V.. Ola 1
, Sun- from vacations
home tuckered
H. S. Burdette came are two small groups, one In Law- Mae Holder, Defendant Case No. out. Amerle.DI..a..Uhroul.
times the best man Is elected but day from the State Farm Hospital tey and one In Starke workingto 40211. But the war baa changed'all the",.. Whether yor &H !ce 'U' ,

more often It's the 'fellow who and his condition Is greaUy complete the .original quota ORDER J NOTICK OK : PITnUICATIONAND TO APPKAIt: that Gasoline chortogc -anil beer or bntteralUr e hone

has the most In-laws. That's one improved though he still isn't able that was accepted In 1941. They .STATE. OK KI.OItlUA,. ( to Ola :..Ting' apace on trains for servshoell or checker..... i.J *book'
Mae who
Holder HildreHU la !Route '
reason I steer! clear of politics. I to walk. expect to have these articles com- No. 'a. Uurnnvllle, North Carolina. Ice men-has got Jeb upending or a bit of friendly eonveraaUoa.: I

ain't got enough kinfolks". Mr. and Mrs. Harold McGucken pleted by there'will the end of be Septemberand definite October You. are S, 1845 ri-gulred, In .the to above appear narneil on- I hU vacation horn . and lit- .. there' 110 place like home...
since a Court Hurt log IU! where the most and
Gloria Duke of Tampa CUIIHO, wherein plaintiff we grumble
and Miss time limit on the new quotas, the Meek disown. Hradford County I
visited Mrs. Carrie RItch Thurs- Production Corps will be Telegraph shall publlnh thin 'I/ "l'lfIVllr J knew staying home get treated the betttCopyright I ,
present Order In next four weekly Issues.I could be such fun" nays Jeb. /1A
unable to accept the county quota Witness my hand ami official.
day.Dr. unless more volunteers are recruited Deal at Htarkr, Florida, Ihla Meptember :"Outdoor barbecues . sitting 80e .riWll:
G. Ritch of Emory
Thomas Kth, J9t5.HW..ICIAL around and chatting with the
University! Atlanta Ga., spent the and women's organizations 8KAIA.. J. Thomas, ;
AM Clerk of tmlil Court.
definite and
r week-end with Mrs. Carrie Ritch. accept quotas Kach H. Douglas, (HulnenvUI. Flit .
19 K United Statti Dnwwt FoumlatiosSALES
assume the responsibility of com- Ally, for. Plf. 9-7 4t U-2N: ,

Mrs. R. W. Reese came Sunday pleting them within the time

from Montgomery Ala., to stay limits. .

FOLKER with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. The Chairman also stated that 1!

Adam Green. there Is still a quantity of yarnto .

FABRICS Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Freeman be kntted'! Into refugee gar- '

Register Sr., are Mrs. Reg.. ments. These garments are sore- } 'J :

ister's nlces, Misses Dorothy and ly needed and all persons who knit _

Alice Holton of Tampa. are urged to help in this Important -

Dr. and Mrs. Charles E.. Crusoeof The work.emphasis must be placed In ON .1 JI
e-2I Tlfton, Ga., recently spent a this work on urging all volunteersto I t _
r few days with Mr. and Mrs. C. T. stay on the job until the time "
v.- Wade. comes when other people no Bed Room

GABARDINEIN longer need our help so leaper .
Fy Mrs. Eddie Hartmann and son ,
n "
YeO ; ately.
Eddie and Miss Lorraine Hart- k' !1

'c the week-end In St.
ORIGINAL mann spent ,
t Negro Sergeant HurtIn '
Augustine. Suits '

DESIGN by Lt. and Mrs. H. H. Thorne, Jr., Auto Collision

of Greenville S C.. s pen t the
Thursday of last week about

week-end with and Mrs.Mrs. Th J. L.rne's West.parents 9:15: p. m. a Ford semi-trailer $89.50 SKVEKAL: STYLES: t I
Rev. I
owned by Alday Produce of TO ii-j

Mr. and Mrs. Barney McRae Gainesville! and driven by Alec W. I

and family have returned from a ixon.[ colored of Gainesville anda $249.50 I

vacation rip I down the east coast 1939 Mercury sedan driven by In _

of Florid: They spent their time S. Sgt. James Glover colored of .

sight-seeing and visited many Camp Blanding' ran together on

places of interest. State Highway 13, about 3 miles SALE j. i

north of Waldo. i
Godwin ii expect- f
Mrs. W. F. According to Cgt. Reilly of the I
hear some
'h- ing momentarily to W. State Highway Patrol who Investigated ONLiving !
Pit. Sgt.
word from her son the ace I dent Sgt.

+v s 1 at t 5 F. (Bill) Godwin who has been a Glover was too far over on the

prisoner of the Japanese for almost : wrong side of the road and ran Room I '
He was captured
4 years. surrenderedand Into the trailer. Sgt. Glpver was -
when Wake Island seriously Injured with *
the more py
that ''l
has been a captive since his left arm torn off and quick Suits ';
member of the
time. He is a action was required by Sgt. Reillyto r

Marine Corps. prevent his death. +

,Air and Mrs. Frank Wilson ifiiitur 4'01 Mr. JlH"U"'OHU 1 149.50 '", '
In Jackson ---- jd
were business visitors corY FI.OHIU 1V (,11"- ; _
IIIIY.Eunlc. Occasional Chain
ville Tueslay.Lt. Hallejr Henderson Plaintiff,
"l' v. Fred I: llenderaon. Defendant.C"oKDERMfar TO
And Rockers
SIZES T. H Osborne left Monday I'

l' 9'13 for his new station at Camp Pine- I AND ;:--IOTH'I''] PUBLICATION TU APPEAR

dale Fresno, Calif.. after spending I STATE OK KLOR1DA to: Kred E. 199.50 10.50 I
of several weeks in Hendernon wnoae addre I.l : PfcKred op
a furlough E. Ifemlernon A.n. 419..783.
Starke with Mrs. Osborne. Co. C.. IIlh Armd. Eng f"n. APO

Rev and Mrs.. W. J. 259 You% aremrequiredet appear. on T. IT'S A FACT YOU CAN DO BETTER AT

10.95Sternberg's: The twoweeks' October 9, 194*. In the above named -
Churchwell are spending a Court and raune, wherein plaintiff

vacation with relatives In I of maiden...k, name.divorce Bradford and restoration County John H. Denmark Furniture Co. :

Miami.Dn Telegraph nhall. publish.. this OrderIn
next four weekly U.ue...
anJ :Mrs.: Lemuel Colson re- Witness my band and offl.I.1 PHONE 151 STAKKE, FLA. i ,
... 'I.rke.. Florida this Map-
.1 at
from a -
turn jd Saturday 1145 WE BUY GOOD USED FURNITURE / I I.i
vacation spent with rela- JgrFiciA& SEAl A. J. Then., .i

weeks'tives in Birmingham, Mich., and T.All Frank Clerk Ijindrum of ald Court.Htarke, Florida {.iI I '

Cleveland, Ohio. Attn for I'lf. t-7 4t .18







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'Song of Bernadette'At away That
mer goes '

jSrncl 5te 1/1 Said !" Florida Sunday I ONEVCMANS, OBP1NBON first bad Impression With of *a
it I : urAe iece :. impressions are >
Tuesday, Wednesday and Thurs- Jly IJIIIfe/ Rtmft a bacon, lettuce and tomato sandwich ones. He thinks, k

, day of next week The Florida' I She replied that I could hospitable, diSagreeable What *

I' Theatre will show "The Song of The other day a cashier, handing lettuce and tomato but that never stopping t
By Pfc n'm.1: )Duncan Ing out a shelf the size of a pup ,, Shells, clusters of them, whizzed I least to consider
Bernadette" starring Jennifer me my change smiled the cook wouldn't prepare the three times tJ!
tent and bedding down under I over and exploded down under "
!' News of the Jap surrender via Jones.In said, "Thank you. Come again bacon. I was a bit startled at girl behind the coZ of four
three or more blankets, After we i trees where We knew the Japs
radio, had a quiet reception from joined the Filipino security company were, The Filipinos moved in a grotto near her home in All of a sudden, that one little this and asked If the cook owned self, is no product, V"

(" my particular vantage point You a short distance behind the fast-and the Japs retreated 'a- Lourdes, Bernadette Soubhous, a incident, made me realize more the place and she explained, '"No, is strictly a temPorary Starke

don't get very rowdy in a hospital. advancing forward line, we had young peasant girl, sees a visionof than anything else, that the war but we have to treat him good working merely to help reel!

"Alabam", cute little gain.Two ; he's threatening to quitus meet until mike ',
our nursed : Igorot carriers who hefted our a "beautiful lady. The news is ovei. because she can
, from Pothan let with days later we reached a like wild- I I should think they would whence she return 1
t{ out an un- packs and rations. These mountain of the vision spreads The word reconversion is In came, And
controllable "Yippeee! and a few tribesmen are a tractable lot house, overlooking a canyon on fire through the town and soon every newspaper column, is on have been better off without him.I him, she represents, yel'
the left of road
that Starke
of the boys whistled. That was a gave a all France is discussing the oc of and Isuppermo..t have not been there for a meal the town is blamed '
-with us, but are like somethingout good view of the new the tip every tongue for,
Nip position her
the extent of our celebrating, but of the wilds of Africa. Despite hill at currence. The first intercession, in the minds of all of since. courtesy Of course,
i// emotions were pretty clone to the the cold, they wear only G- Ing high.a We had some just moved, rear-, I a dying Infant, Immersed in the us. But surely no phase of re- Far too many salesgirls stand native offenders too but there
surface. strings, carry spears, and orna- and it water.of the spring at the grotto, conversion will be more welcome around on one foot and watch the anyone who has the'i "
were looking The
"Thank God I'll)) never smell an- over. Is miraculously restored to health. of to head for the the community hl" \
ment their heads with pieces of officers than the return courtesy clock so they can at
went into the
other dead Jap-I hope," said the Jap bones The Nips became yard, then ernadette, ,summoned before places of business that serve the I door the moment their hours are think twice before cheal'1 i
out. I went in i
came with .
Filipino !
fellow In the next bed which I In the
I to but the authorities sticks firmly, to will eyes of a
their common enemy, Filipino soldiers and Igorot carriers public.It put In. They perch on a stranger

added a fervent e e"Amen"en lowlanders tell us that when We were standing around, when her story and the grotto- is ordered I I seems so long and far away stool if one Is available and they But }H won't be long

i' these heathen tribes warred against -WHAM; into our midst landed closed. When a drink' of the when you could walk Into a restaurant can get by the boss and they'llsit i hope, before we will DO

s Juat how I happened to find myself each other, the heads of the first mortar shell. Bullets water cures the ill eon of Louts and have a waitress greet there and watch you as if to have courtesy friendly once

another in a hospital on V-J Day la captives would be ceremoniously I began cracking a foot from our Napoleon, the ,emperor orders the you with a smile, show you to a say, "Well-make up your mindor and interested attention:' -

story. removed and presented to their ears-or so It seemed. All was grotto reopened. Bernadette accepts table and take your order_ with leave" windshields will be

Ours was an observation party gods . Q. I. 'I and Igorots confusion Everybody was hittingthe her destiny which she understands an air of Interest and helpfulness, They seem to forget that they napkins win be laId(, out Wiped p,
of five sent forward to
h who get along fine dirt, or scrambling for cover. to be the church, and I rather than with apparent boredom are supposed to count your change and our patronage will be
Japs, were retreating over app
d high mountains. Spotting them One morning. the Filipino I I have a vague picture of sand ,enters the convent of Nevers. i and Indifference. So many back to you and seldom"say the ated rather than endured

I;. through glasses, we would radio doughs moved forward, expecting spurting while I fell or dived a- Years later, a religious cere- times it seems! that they are en- usual "Come back again. They

fire directions back to the artillery trouble. W e were above the round the corner; then something mony is held at the grotto and grossed in highly personalized have simply lost the knack or Navy Enlistments

clouds. They filed along the slammed me In the leg. throngs from all over the world conversation with a male-GI or most of them never acquire it.
if'' r, supporting; Filipino Infantry. at their belief in Berna- offended If are looking around they Are ResumedThe
ridge, while our party lay back attest to civilian-and seem greatly you .
I The action was part of a mop- Well, I lay behind the buildingfor
the O. P. and watched them as dette's vision. because you dare enter the will either follow you and never
+ that full)) several minutes. The shells
assignment was in
j ' S up they descended the slope of a place for so unimportant a matteras say a word or else they will ignore lifting of a presidents
a e swing prior to Tokyo's surrender. were lobbing over and falling just
; steep draw, then Into the fog, CARl OF THANKS: eating a meal. Your silver is you completely. If you should cree Imposed in December,
I a We had gone forward from our beyond the yard, erupting in dirt today made
and so out of sight. Then, from carelessly thrown on the table in select an item you will have to it possible tor
guns to contact the doughs, who that sprayed skyward, and rained We wish to thank all our friendsfor of draft age to
store and end enlist
consider search the finally
little and can
where they would be climbing again piles you volul!
were advancing. Vie had a deserted light clods on our backs. The ma- their' loyalty and friendship In the
''tw' y town to ourself that first: the sound of rifle fire came chine gun fire was apparentlyhigh during our bereavement following yourself lucky if you get a glassof up giving the article to the man- prior to provided the
echoes the water and napkin without to wrap receiving their ,
up to IM. With the a ager actu
night It had Just been ; but it was not for us to death of husband and ductlon
crack of a single rifle sounded recent asking for it three or four timesin Some of them wait on you and call Lt Comm. Sau,
the inhabitants were guess It would stay so. The house State
IIberated'l I like volley; but even so, the father.Mrs. your best "pretty please" man others don't seem to give a hoot officer-in-chaige of i
somewhere, and the was of wood and no protection
; 4L it shooting was heavy We ,could C. C. Butler and family. ner. The idea, apparently, Is to whether you are waited on or Recruiting. and Induction
+ moved on. We put Then I'plunged about five feet - ""n" ..._ ___..__ L '
near them aown mere, Jar below make you feel like Lulu, Queen Of not. For these I reel tnat a sadday t-ncn. uic service is now acre
; a vacant building that had probably -I to a trench leading to,a dugout.
the cloud, yelling; Filipinos like placement and suddenly the the Hoboes, rather than a paying of reckoning is near. No applications of men 17-Jo
9+ belonged to a miner before I was in water there, but that
the to advance, and make plenty of enemy mortars and machine' guns customer. longer will they be able to walk I emphasis is being pac| (
The farthest from
war. village have was
G might noise when they do. That my thoughts. Recently I was in the small into a place and casually ask fora the enlistment of men for
night I crawled to stopped, and I listened to our own
w q seemed haunted to one who believed the dugout, one of '
t 't the air cleared, and we had a town of Paragould, Ark, and with Job and know that they will get Regular Navy, or those bet
a , #' in that sort of thing. It several left by the Japs. It hada rifles, bazookas, mortars, machine 17-30.
1 k ao view of gleaming tracer bullets- the exception of a few native sons one, the employers will begin to
s was silent and there rock wall which I and
deathly were hugged
guns and tommy blasting
, dead men In nearly 'house ours-as they skipped, glanced off as the firing continued, had time guns gone there was no visible sign be particular They will single Applicants between 17 a-J:
P every rocks, and rocketed higher than back from the embankment above that there was a war at all: It out the pleasant easy talking and may apply for the regular(
-and one in a frame Catholic to meditate on the situation in a
pY mission the mountain Itself, the road. After what seemed was as most all small towns will courteous ones who have taken of 4 years or may enlist I j
sprawled by the altar. scared sort of way. Still, we (I'd
I ages to me, Pfc Odis Lowman, be in peacetime, quiet"and tran- advantage of their war time ex- Naval Reserve for periods o|
; All of the dead were Japs. By the following day, the Japs 'joined the Filipino soldiers) were :
tn, } Climbing up, we'd come upon had pulled out. Our party movedto safe enough, except for the out- who was in safe cover on the quil. It was there that I discovered -I perience. or 4 years.
road, yelled for to out. there really are a few Neither the harried managersnor Recruiting stations are
i us come
the where been. It
a; many still figures of Nips they'd WILl side chance that one of the shells
e S We did From there I went to pleasant waitresses left In the the City of Starke can be tamed In Tampa, Orlando, cJ
,, ; .' that afternoon-off and on, for cloudy, and raining, and getting would fall on us. Then it occur-'' I
l the aid while the world. One especially Impressed blamed for this sorry state of af- ville and other nearby cltlef
men, shooting
about five miles. It was a narrow worse; but we were in routine red to me to look at the foot.
continued me. She was Lou Ann Shasteen, fairs. The labor shortage has Interested applicants
t4 trail? and we'd had to pass contact with all that was going It wasn't hurting exactly, but I and was shortly en-
route to the a pretty girl in her teens who been critical and they were forc-
;0 f; them all. on; we knew for example, the ex- took off the right shoe, and sure rear Incidentally, IN CIRCUIT Coiner J
; wasn't courteous because she hire that In normal UR4ae'uuV'I'Y >
ed to
Y o-. ;+, As the week wore on, we moved tent of the determined Jap casualties enough, there was the bloody Lowman- a great guy Is .the just help FLOIIIlMi. (ItKUY.
had to be but because she wantedto times would have scoffed at. I
husband of the former Claudia they
f each day, and ever higher. There where the Japs were, and sock, a gashed leg. But I knewIt ,
Brown of be. My brother was seriously :Many times they hired help that Charlotte Dashlnger PlalntlfJ
hvt fc were only pines and damp shrubs, that the boys bad found 15 dead wasn't bad and, so help me, be- Hampton They were r O Da hlnger, Defendant.No.
married while he was stationedat 111 and she was very kind, con- they knew was incompetent, in 9981.
from sickness
up here It was cold. The or starvationtheycouldn't gan envisioning the five discharge
I' siderate and helpful, she made the hope that it could be trained. ORDER: OF pt"RLI'ATI"(
: ; hard work of climbing temperedour tell which-plus abandoned points that a Purple Heart means AND NOTICE TO Al'PE
{ 1'' our feeling for the scenery, but in blankets.'I'> toward that precious 85 total. And so, today the V-J celebra- numerous trips to our room to I'm afraid that many a girl will STATE OF FLORIDA toDailnger :
see If she could be of any aid. be due for disappointment when whoRe adclr. U
ordinary circumstances it would The wind In this tion finds me in a hospital, heal- Pool, 122, HotFleet
was high position For the next 15 minutes or so Ouard Navy
Girls like few that in the
this of
are so she in search a job
goes Office, New York,, ,
have been judged terrific ing up neatly-no bones broken, Poet
Many and the
about time
temperature my was divided between this ,
they are truly and sincerely ap reconversion trays ahead-unless, You are required to app.September
> waterfalls, valleys dropping far five or ten degrees colder.It high prospect and recurrent pray- no permanent damage-and a- 21, 1945, In the |
preciated. of she takes stock of her-
f' ; down to ware that in own i course, named Court and cause wl
rivers-tiny rivers of took two for the my experienceI
days that .
j' ers this was not a Jap as-
In local cafe
: a one night, my self and mends her ways. plaintiff seeks divorce. B:4
( silver that trailed to hazy distances weather to clear., Then we performed sault-that they would not gain wag lucky. mother, and I had dropped in for Many times I have been ,at a County Telegraph hall publl.
;, and mountains leaping the kind of chore we were the house, In which case the dug- "X might get home after all," Order In next four weekly i
supper rather late. When I ask- drug store counter or elsewhere Witness my hand and offltUjat
h ,r ,: everywhere. The top altitude was there for. Our officers radioedfor out would be a trap; there was a grinned the fellow in the next ed for roast ,beef, the waitress and have actually felt acute em- Starke, Florida, thin .Auf 1

i .fir P ,; ,t ,, around 8,000'feet. the fire the Filipino C. O. roof on It, and no exit!! bed.So said, "I'm sorry." I ordered sev- baraasment.ard; discomfort at the 1945(OFFICIAL SEAL) .A..1. TAo

We would pitch camp overnight wanted,'and our batteries gave it The fire had come from an unsuspected say we all of us. So say we eral things and finally after being treatment some unoffending Clerk of said Court.
oQ' a'slopa< below a ridge, level- to him In ,a matter of seconds. all. Zach H. Douglas QalneivlllriAtty
{ Jap rear guard em- told
had I'
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. . . and family were visiting Mrs. Q. W.
r;; . I Johns' parents, Mr. and Mrs. N. market In attended the stock Jacksonville but will be here this County ,f Bradford. State of Florenles. of Illk 17 Templ.'i Addition to authority vested In me by law, do )'
Connor Friday. week for the regular services. ida. Sisrke Sec 1* TWI'| M It. Ill Ii:. hereby call an election to lie held 'dp
New River Friday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Moody Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Lewis and . such certificate or shall be redeemed according known
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Mr. and Mrs. John and children of Lake town by the qualified voter on
School Moody of Butler were daughter Mrs. W. C. Connor and to law the property described In Certificate No. Z8J Year of Issuance Tuesday. September 11. 1945. for.
')1Je . Jacksonville were visiting Mr. and visiting their parents Mr. and Mrs. Alice Crosby of Plant such be certificate or -certificate will 141.Desclptlnn. thfc purpose of electing the fol. J
B'' . Mrs. Ferule Moody Mrs. Marlon City sold in the highest bidder at of lowing? officer
. Sunday. Moody Sunday. were visiting relatives In Jack the court house door on the first Property All One Mayor

happy to report that Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Andrews i Mrs. Josephine McNeal of sonville recently.Mr. :Monday which\ I 1M In the Month let of day October of October 1945. Lice S\Vl. "11 of Twp.8W4: II 1 of 8. It.SfolJo1 81 E, of road. Two Aldermen. .I
One Clerk, Treasurer,
. e art who has been ill were visiting at the home of Mrs. Worthington Springs Is visiting and Mrs. B. M. McRae and 1945.Dated Name In which assessed llooverFutcti Assessor and Tax Collector
priest Mr.
'',*) able to sit up Andrews' sister Mrs. Lilly ConeIn and Mrs. J. II. McNeal this this 27th day of August Co. Oae Marshall.
U I children were visiting Mr. and All of said ....
monthS Brooker week 1945. property 'n. In the Inspector of salt election' : It. C.
"" continue to hope for Sunday afternoon. : Mrs. Eldi.>n Sapp in Gum Branch IOFFI'IAI.SEA J. Thomas County of Bradford. Stale of Flor Buford. R. F. Demorest.. Ft. A. I
We Buck Laramore, Lloyd :Mr. and Mrs. Fernie Moody and' section Clerk of Circuit j l\ourt'\! of Ilrsdfor.lCounty i I ida.Unless. Newsoiiie., J. R. Wainwright' and.
recovery. Bradleyand Sunday.Mr. .
plete Mrs. Florida, V-31 4t 9-21' such certificate. or "" T. S. William
Parrish oed Santa Mr. Shiver of Jacksonvillewere Moody and children were and Mrs. H. M.. McRae and ficate shall be redeiued 1'11'1 In testimony ..whereof t hereuntosubscribe .
TrUbY. visiting Mr. and visiting Mr. and Mrs. Gld Green 1" (''IIU". IT ('o1 tsT. \DFOIIII. to law the propel described In my name and cause the
appointment Mra. Joe
biB regular of Raiford family received the good news 1'01 S I',. fl.l>HIU1> ('''.\>'- stub certificate or certificates will seal of the said town to be. hereunto .-
: Baptist Church Moody Sunday. Thursday afternoon. Saturday that their Owen 1KHY.Johnnie. be sold to the highest, bidder affixed this the 8th day ofAugust I
hoer River Rev and :Mra. von the court house door first( i ,
two child- Mrs. Julia Johns Fred Green of Mtxon Wilder, Plaintiff, on the A. D 194S.
and with his was visiting Jacksonville attended McRae had landed safely In the vs. Lrfivs. M. Wilder, Defendant Case Monday In month of October 1M& OFFICIAL HEAL) I
'1 Belle and Brantley. her mother!! Mrs. Mary Whiteheadof church at United States and will be homein No. 4000.OK which I I. the 1st day o( October CHARLK3 A. DARBY Mayor.
lIAr)' and New River Sunday and were dinner nan OK PUBLICATION 1943.: Attest. :: r r '
Mr. '
of Ralford Friday. Mrs. Whitehead a few days. fated this' 17 I I
dinner guests guests of Mr. and Mrs. Russ 'I ANL NOTICE TO APPEAR! day of August, CAUL JOHN'S: City Clerk.
family. 194:
and Is ill. 8-10 Jt 9.1 '
Andrews Mr. STAT OF FLORIDA to: boys
R. eel and Mrs. H. H. Lewis and .
II Green. ttFF'ICIAL' SEAL) A. J. Thomas. -
;M. Wilder whune address In--204
yjrs H. C. Kelley andof Mr. and Mrs. Albert Moody and Mr. : Mr. and Mrs. H. :M. McRae visited A. Monitor Street. North Charleston rierk of Circuit Court of Bradford irmrt'IT roi'HT. nu\i>V(>nn
and< were visiting MrH. Joe Moody and Mrs. S.' M. Johns of the bedside of South Carolina County, Florida. (-31 4t -ll Cot MTY. Ft.OUllLl IM CHAN I I
Lawtey were business : Lake Mrs. N. D. Greenin IKHY.: \
and were visiting Mrs. You are required to appear on --
E. L. Kelley visitors to Jacksonville Saturday.Mrs. Truby Hodges and Hellbrocn Sunday afternoon. October 1. 1941! .In the above named TO WHOM' IT M"\' t'ONCKRNl: : I.elnnd ..'. "Field, Plaintiff vs. Ethel
fid Mr. and Mrs.' Roy Herbert Norman of Law- mother Mrs. This community was made sad Court au.l\ cause, wherein plaintiff TIKE I NOTICK TIIAT A 1940 M Field.\ Defendant. Case. No. 39. J I
S. N. Johns Monday. seeks. divorce Bradford County Tudor Ford, Engine No. 13-5757&B& ORDER OF PUBLICATION: .
and t mtty Sunday.d tey and Miss Eula Norman were Sunday afternoon by the death of with AND APPWARSTATK t
,..(n Telegraph shall publish this OrderIn an appraised value of less ; N'rJCIl1:: ;\
Johns made visiting Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Johns Harry and Harold Sapp of Mrs. T. J. Moore in the State next four weekly Issue l than ll.OOo, was si'Ued In Bradford to Mr*. I
and Emory Jacksonville Witness hand and official County, Florida. Ethel M. Field, whose address H. J
and Mrs. J. W. Kelley : nn July 20, 1945\ for
and .
trip to the Gainesville family Sunday afternoon. Farm Hospital. We wish to express seal at Xtarke.; Florida, this 29th being used In violation' of Chapter 810 Union Street, tI..ttl.'Va"hln' <<. i
"'!f5 Friday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Moody and of Brooker were visiting Mr. our deepest sympathy to Auwiiot I 11145.OFFICIAL. 22609, Law of Florida Act of ton. 1
market and Mrs. E. A. Sapp Monday ( SEAL:: ) A. J. Thomas, 1945. and that Its/ the. Intention You are required to appear 1 onSeptember
MM. Curtis Dukes children were visiting Mr. and afternoon her family in their bereavement.LAWTEY A* Clerk of said Court. nf J nines ,'. Vorelle, Director of 17, 1945 In the above I '
nd to Gaines.friday. Mrs. Chester Moody of Lake Butler T. Flank 1..1 rum. Starke, Florldn.Atty I the State. Beverage" I Department of named Court and cnuve wherein ,
bUSJte59! visitors Mr. an" Mrs. R. R. Andrews S e e. . e e e .for I'lf s-ai 4t W-31 Florida, to posses. for use of the plaintiff .seek divorce. Bradford ,
Sunday afternoon. Department the above described County Telegraph shall publish this
Johns Reddish Andrews and and family and Rev. Truby Par- 4IIKIIT 4 01 "'r. IlllI>K/ IIIoiNrt > property at 10.00 A. M, September Order In next four. weekly Issues..
m,l Mrs. Pledger father. rIsh and (' n.miiuti i> ('11 \,:>- M, 11145. Witness my hand and official'
children of Santa Fe attended l IHV.Irene: All person claiming any rlaht seal at Starke Florida. .. this 14th.,

Baptismal services at Brown Plaintiff VR. Russell i I or Interest I In or to said properly dnv of August ID4O".ll..AI. t
Broker Sunday afternoon. fly 1\11'5. !Mamie Crews Urown, liefonilunt. Cane No.. 400J.OltliKIl I or uiiy part, thereof are hereby required As( of. SEAL. ) A. J. Thomas.
said Court
Drivers to appear and to make such
[rornpt Service Mrs. Julian Johns and son Be- . . . . . . AND I :NOTICE.; '1'0l'l'l Alt claim within thirty 130) duys from T, Frank Landrum Starke Florida u
land Johns were visiting Mr. and STATE OK KUOKII to: Hue- the date of I the first. publicationa Atty. for Ptf. -J7 4t 9-7
Johnnie uasque is nome form cell Illown.lioe address I.I lox provided by Section 7, Chapter22Arti
TAXI SERVICEand Mrs. Jonnle Andrews and familyof 12K. Powhatun Point Ohio. ., Law of Florida' Act of NOTIVI'1 a ,
STARKE Lake Butler Monday( afternoon. the Navy. You un required to appear on 1945, to the State Beverai' Department . Notice I I. hereby given to all
:Mrs. Louie Belle Moore of Plant October IlIU". In .the above named ,Tallahassee. .. Florida or whom It may concern that on the
Cpl. C. A. Johns. Jr., of Ft. Court and cause, wherein plain all such right and Interest. In and 14th day of September. A. D. 194:.
City Is visiting her mother Mrs I will as guardian of FranrssJ.angells .
IIff seeks divorce, llradford CountyTeleitraph
N. to shall
Bragg C., came home on a property cease and .
G. W. Brown. shall publish. this OlderIn terminate. ) Taylor sell her ..undividedonehalt .
3 day pass this week-end. He and next' four weekly tsue. JAMES T. -O'ICI.I.I. : Interest In : :I..tot')'. following .
Mrs. Plummer I :
Mrs. Johns Mrs. Truby Hodges Vergle and Wltne my, hand and official seal Director' Slate Beverage Department described 1 .wit :I
TAXI .t.holt or Southwest Quarter nf
MACK'S and daughter, Barbara Ann, of Miamiare at Btaike, Florida, this IlI'hu. of Florida; 8-10 ot 97NOTICH / \. 1
Mrs. S. N. Johns were. visiting gust 1M5.! Northwest Quarter of Section 10. I
visiting friends here after a OF FICI.1I. SEA I.) A. J. Thomas Township T South, Range 22 East
Mr and ;
Mrs. M. L. Johns and ( : i
visit in Ohio. All Clerk of said Court. OF HI.KCTIOV: : said sale tn be at private sale. I
Phone 150 family Sunday. I. Charles A. Darby, Mayor of DORA J. TAYIA)lt.
Bill H. C. Crews has been In Jacks T. Frank i.Hiulrum. Statke-31, VIO..ldR'j Starke Florida, by virtue, of the 8-17 4t &-1 A. Uuardlan. "\
Williams of Lake Butler Alty for I'lf.
Night eonvule this week .on business.H .
0 Day was visiting Mr. and Mrs. S. L, t 2
C. Kelly waa In Jacksonville IN nun IT rorHT. iiit 'i>poiin ,
Crews and family Sunday after Friday. (.ot ,.t.,. FLOUIILLI ll'll.":\.
1 n'
noon.M. Mr. and Mrs.. H. C. Kelly and Jf. Lowry Plaintiff v..
L. Johns has been appointed Winifred. Hose Colonly Ixjwry, le r
children David and Wendell accompanied fendant. Case No. 4001.
Q t conservation officer for Bradfordand Mrs. Vergle Plummer. ORDER OF PUMI.1CATION: o
: Union Counties. It Is advisable ANI NOTICE 'Tl APPEAR
t? for to understandthe and daughter Barbara Ann to STATE OF FLORIDA tot: Wlnl
everyone Brooker Friday night to visit fred Itoxe Colonly Lowry, whose
state and county laws of hunt- address I I. unknown.You .
Mrs. Plummer's daughterinlawand are required to appear on '
EVERYBODY Ing fishing. granddaughter Mrs. William October I. 1945, In the above named,
Mr. and Mrs. M. S. Hazen of wherein '
Court an.I cause, Plaintiff
ENJOYS EATING Gainesville, and Mr. and Mrs. A. Plummer and daughter. seek.. divined., Bradford County
'AT Mr. and Mrs. Beasley and son. Telegraph *.hull publish' this Older
P. Moore of Miami were weekend In next four weekly Issues.
guests: of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Dempsey were called to Alabamaby Witness my hand. and official
the death of a relative. seal I at "' ,..rke. "Florida this S'JUiAiiKUNt

[he PARK CAFE Lazenby.Andrews and Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Mrs. Mabel Gasque Is visitingher 1946.tOF'Flt'IAI.. 111\. ;: T.) A. J. Thomas, / od ) i, '

mother-In I a w, Mrs. Carrie A* Clerk tit said Court.T. c
This week. Frank l.timiruin, Stai: 'ke, Florida >
I.I . . . e Gasque Ally: for Plf. 8-31 4t \0-21
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Raulerson _

Delicious Regular Meals Pine LevelBy daughter announce on the Saturday birth of, a August 9-pound 1. IV 1'111: (''IIH".a'l't.. err. 'I.U'U"\I''(11 IIT, Illl IY tliVOIIICIOHY. l'l1A\" .. WILL REOPEN SEPTEMBER 6th

\Viuiuni Cleranl. (also known a*
Healthful Vegetable Plates Mrs. U. M. McRae MOT1CM OF APTI.MT10KOH AVIIMam Cli'rarill), IMuliitirr I I vs.Cutherlne .
t Gerard, l>efendant. -
Short Orders . . . . . . TAX DKIU: CnnlMV
a House 11111 :%.. ISICtNOTICK .: fuse Nf>. 3995.OltDICIl .
Rev. N. L. of Jackson l
that P. M. I'ackhain the holder of NOTICE TO Al'I'iaAlt
ville filled the pulpit 1 at Pine the following certificate has. filed STATK OF FI..OHIDA to: Catherine .
Level said certificates fur a lax deedto Cunley Gerard, whose residence
Sunday morning even- Office Address Is!
ba Issued thereon The certificate and Post
ing In the absence of the pastor number. and years of Issuance lire. Catherine Conley Oerard 672 after the

/l l Rev. W. E. Hall. Rev and Mrs. the description of the property _86th Street New York on game.. ,
and the name In which It You are required appear
Hall have been assisting with a was assessed am as follow: September 2K, 1945, 'In the above

revival''meeting this week at the Certificate No. 62, Year of h- named Court and cause, wherein
( Nuance 1911.1)aserlptiun. 1 plaintiff Reek divorce.
Beaver St. Bap 11 I II t Church in of Property A V4 County Telegraph shall publish thin
'fir dit undivided Interest. In NKV4 of NE',. Order In next four weekly Invite
ex 1M A In NK Cor ft ex about 7 WltneH, my hand and official
A in till Cor & ex platted land seal. at Htarke, Florida thin August
in SW Cor & ex a strip 180 feet 27, 1945.OFFICIAL..
wide N & R. N of BIle 4 & 7 of Hell- ( HKAIA.. J, Thomas
bronn fll.rlnKM1"0 all! Hint portionof AH Clerk of .said Court
BUlIOfDS NWVt of NE'IS of road ex Walter C, llnrdesty. .. llox 429 Dav ,
IH A InW Cur A i>x plotted tuna Ivuch. Florida Arty. for 4'lf .
land In HE 'or & ex a strip 1X0 ft -3l 4t 9-21 u r ter
& S N of IMk 4 Hellbroim ta'II.! ATLANTIC I 1 t'
AND fie 3d Twp a 8. K. 21 H. 1\ CIIICI'l'r1111', IIIIAIIKOIII" : I
t:' )lr\', FlolllutIY CHIN.. t
AMD'KEEPTIIEM Name In which assessed, Green
/Ji No(0 EEI? '
& Mitchell; (1':119.harry' 1
r itlMi-ute No. 221: Year. of I*. .\. U.vfllielni.. Plaintiff,
suante 1941.Description. vii. Kllnabeth. Ann Wllbelm UeToil- sew M e... ewa+ ,V. rA.8
Your of Property Lot dant. ('a... No. 4<>03.
2, 3 of ilk 21 Knight's; Hub-lJIv UHIIJJ:1tfo' PUrtMCATION
CONFIDENCE IN YOUR CLEANERS Post 'War PlanningBy of I4V% of NEVi;: Heo. SI Twp s 8.It. ANIl NOTIPK TO API'EAltSTA7'rd
OF FI.OUIDA to: ISIItaInith -
22 E.
Name In which assessed. Un ; Ann Wllhelm, whose address / C. r-e..wrfe f.A//.uP/ n.rrell f+rr-.,,. LM.tOEAIDCiIQUCI .
That's What You Must Have In These Days Your
Placing known.A Is-102V. HoriciiB Lane. (]erman-
portion of Certificate No. 257 ,town. Phlltdelphla, Pennsylvania I
When The Scarcity of Good New Clothing Order Now For Year of Issuahc-e 131. You are required to appear on 01III
Description of Property. Lot 5 October 8 1945. In the above namedCourt :
These Appliances of !?lk 27, Llvlnirston Truby & anus i cause, wherein plalntlffseeks ;
The Clothes You Already Hare More Co'. Addition to Town of Clarke, divorce and award of child
Sec. 28 Twp. a it. R. 22 K.;: to defendant. IIrad for d County
Valuable Than Ever Before. You May En- BENDIX Name In which Assessed Cecil Telegraph shall publish thl Order
L. Douglas. ; In next four weekly l I..ue.
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No. 274 Year of Issuance Witness my hand and official
trust Your Best Things To Us With Perfect AUTOMATIC 1941.Description. seal at Starke. Florida this GthO"'to'ICIAL We cordially Invite the public to d '
HOME LAUNDRY of Property Fracl .. .. 1945. {
Confidence. Lot C, 11 of /Elk 35 J. M. John ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas, drop by and inspect our fine new '
Addition to Starke Sec. 28, Twp. < A* Clerk of said Court.
HOT POINT S. B. 23 E. T. Frank Land rum, Utarke Florida dairy on Iload 48 east of Starke.A .

BT. 315 REFRIGERATORS Name; in which assessed, Unknown Atty. for Plf. -- '-7 It 9-28 fine herd of dairy cows 'and the i- t

RANGES Certificate No. 258. Year of I*. IY ('IHfI'IT ('ot irr. "1I"'flFoln." most modern of sanitary equipment J I '
EN, Temple WATER IIEATERS suance 1941.Description of Property BH A (Tall. Y. insure our customers a
OWVA dura T..mpel Wolf. Plaintiff v*.
Com at NW Cor of NW14 of quality product.
aer Ave. run R on Sec line to a poet. Mones "Wolf Defendant Case No. ,11
As These Become AvailableWe thence E to within 80 ft of the 391111.

Will Fill Orders In center with Ry of to Ity.N Iln thence" of salt N Parallel NW'/t ORDER AND) NOTICE OF PUBLICATION TO APPEAR PLACE YOUR ORDER NOW FOR DAILY DELIVERY J

Order of Application of 8WVi' thence. W to be*. Hec STATE OF FfOKIDA: to Mne
33 Twp. a H. It. 22 E. Wolf whose residence and PostOffice I.
Name in which assessed. J. C. address Is: Mr. Moses Wolf, STARKE MODEL DAIRY .i.1
Jones; 97 Hue Conpan, Perle) France.
FULL LINE Certificate No. 330 Year of I*- You are required to appear on
ONWAY'S uanoe 11141.Deerlptlon. September 28. 1945 In the above W. II. NEWSOM Owner ,
'WIRING SUPPLIES nf Property, AH! W'H named Court and cause wher.ln1.lalntlff Route 2 Phone
of BE i of HWH W of Uy Sec. 30 seeks divorce. Bradford
Twp 7 S. B. J2 K. County Telegraph shall publishthin Box 299 83
Name In which assessed. T. J. Order In next four weekly Issue

Service StationPHONE Electric Motors Alderman.All of aId. .property being In the Witness* my hand and official IJG1mUcxJ'> : :fOf4iW8ftDtig,701QlftltDtl> # # i01>CWJa1DCDIIJIDIIXII] Ii

seal at titarke Florida this August

117 RING :2 FOR SERVICE Fluorescent 7(OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas
A* Clerk of ald Court. Old Sarge's Place *
FIXTURES Jfc STRIPS Walter C. Hardvsty, llox 429 Daytona i'
Beach. Fla. Atty. for Plf.
Oil Changing 8.31 4t 9-21



Waxing Exhaust FansFlashlights l NOTICE If.!....IS 11111 HKHKf'Y No. .1IIfJI: GIVEN ARMYSTORE i r .

the holder of
that T. J. Alderman
Washing ha., filed ,
the following certificates
j said certificate for a tax. deed to :
Polishing AND BATTERIES be Issued thereon. The certificate !
nurrrber .* of 'Issuance, the
Tire Repairs + description I ndol..Oth... property, and "
HotShot the names liv which 'It was ase.sed II I

|LECTRIC ARC WELDING BATTERIESDelta are Certificate. all 1941.Deserlptlon folows.. No.: 22 Year of Issuance AuthorizedBy 1

: Lanterns EXPERT of NW"/. of 8\V'i of\ Property 8eo. It, )Twp.N%ta. The 'War Department

It. 20" "1.
.4.JfOCO GAS Name in which assessed. : Unknown -
ONE HOUR Duo Therm :
OIL & GREASE EATERS Certificate 1941.Description. No. 23 Year of Issuance Operated >r '

of Property NW Ex SoldlerHEADQUARTERS
0 By an -
of NK'of aw 14 H.c. 15 Twp. s
Quaker Bed Lamps 8. R. 20 E,
State Name In which assessed Unknown

Oil DeskLamps Certificate 1941.I.serlptlon. No. 215 Year of Issuance

[ ] Containers '- of NK'.i .A NRU of HKYt. Sec. 20 FOR ALL MILITARY SUPPLIES
Twp. 6 R. 22 K.
Radio ServiceWi1KLER name sin which assessed Mr. NOVELTIES and JEWELRY
of Certificate No. 217
A portion
f!H of
CABE Description of Property
MOTOR BATTERIESTake $ of awt ex lot NK Cor.
LINES / la tlnl
W. tri road i ex A on 8 Ben Suslow'sArmy
GREYHOUND I Side W of road II ex that portion
K of road 13. .....c. 21 Twp. 8 ;
BUSSES H. R. :21 E, less Com at W side of
Road 13. HO ft. N on H line of
For Safety tf The.STAG 101/01'4 of SW14 run N 200 ft W
"II1tort e' -G 220 ft. H 200 fl. /0: t.. pt of Store
& Economy Service 21{ Twp 6 H, It. 23 K. S
Phone Electric Name in which . .d. Unknown I ,

147 Bid Starke ; Year of Issuance 209 E. Call Street Starke Fla
Care Of It 226 Temple Avenue Carter )?., I Certificate 1911.Description. No. (I ,

of Property. Lot' -

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$ I '' I RIGHT: ___ II I

I week ordered for government Church where her

d4A -- --- --- Political Cards Xmas Mailing | Civilian Workers agencies, again expanding the served as pastor for load

I Peace Comes To MindanaQ..,, . IMPORTANT NOTICK Sept 15 to Oct. 15It' i Needed At Blanding; post's 48-hour-week requirements, for adopted personnel.The In. membership After his death to the she move ye

-- -- I would like to1 call the attention . Christmas mailing time a'gainfor New On 40HoursAn January of 1942, was cut to 44 tlst Church where It BI'OOkor
I of thevoters to the followIng hours weekly a few weeks ago, til her death remained
from one) and
(Continued page the service men <
has been
statement made by the City; urgent appeal s,1 I and now !la further reduced. She Is survived

% fer. Now If I can hove my way out of this noisy' man of happy Council at a regular meeting,, women overseas.Starting Saturday Sept 13: ,. made by Brig. Gen. Robert Approximately 2,500 male and ter Lube41a Plnh01llter by ODe dau

f khaki humanity I'll meander down to the Jam ritftlon, and get Sept 4: !overseas packages can be mailed Israel Jr., camp: commander, to I I I female civilian employees of the sons. Truby and John 1 and
"A pension plan for Chief A. L. and in the continuing are affected by this new all of Brookcr! Pinhole
hap to sumo jive. i without a, request and Army < all civilians to assist I camp ; two
e Alvarez was passed by the 194! Navy postal authorities have Issued functions of Camp Blan I policy, which also brings back the W; Baxter of Brooker brothers'

In the tents I pass by on my way to f he Band I aee men sitting Legislature whereby h e could ,, the following rules:: which is the huge I 5-day week. Saturday and Sun- Baxter of Tampa; two and S.
1 before the City Elec- ding:, one of I III'
for the have retired will be considered as non- Mrs. L. R.
of candles--
flickering day
cots the light neyof
around on their by I 1. Mail gifts between September rede Brooker
tlon. However, the City Councilwas personnel center devoted to In cases of Mrs. 0.. E.
of "excepting
dreams work days Kirchner
k quarters aren't wired for electricity yet-confiding 15: and ,October 15.: This lithe center of T
unable to provide the necessary The personnel normal functions and host
ployment. a
to perform of
home, worrying: It the Allies will accept Japan' surrender I I only time you can mall a par. necessity nieces and new
an early trip to center
to funds to pay a pension Includes a separation beyond the 40-hour( tour of and many friends,
the folks at home are doing this eel to an Army person
what overseas
Invitation wondering In time to of dischargees
Chief Alvarez prevent whose dally quota week, or in cases of
.. very minute, where It's only 1:00 p, m. They are desperately wanting ; hla having to run for re-election. I i without a written request from has been raised several hundred duty emergency per ," under the new sched- under Funeral the arrangement ,

tS'r to believe the war Is over, but are just as desperately afraid Therefore if he should be defeated him or her. percent since Japan quit. ule. Jones of direction of Dew;

that it isn't. -x he would be unable to retire Don't mall a package if your addition to a concerted ef- Gainesville and ,
J } Each of the few radios is the center of a cluster of soldiers, who on a pension. But if'elected again soldier or sailor Is on the way tprt to provide Jobs for service Any work done by civilian em-' were conducted by the RW"
back to this or likely to in over 40 hours per week C. A. Crosby, O. E.
on, silent and attentive to the excited voice of this time he can later retire country veterans which has resulted ployees McCauley
breathlessly hang L Norris
t be coming back before Christmas. back for over- and L. Q. Hemin
w Armed Forces Radio Service announcer as It comesIn and receive a small pension. scores of former Gla going will be compensated as
San Franclsco's clea'r. distorted with that roar peculiarto I have tried to see all the vot- If there la any reason to believe to an army post in civilian clothes, time. Interment was In the family
now In Dedan
short wave, now
over soldier move to a new recruiting Cemetery
ers and ask for their support your may an intensive civilian
short wave receivers. ( I have location soon, wait until you can mapped. The many beautiful floral
but know there are some campaign Is being J. Pinholster of
ban quieted down anil the nt-n-. I ad- Mrs. A. Ings and the host
;' Here in the'Danul everything missed Therefore I take this mall your gift to the new apply directlyto of triendlrelatives !

.lon ha jtonn to bed] for It's after mld-'iight. nub NlcholNon.trornbon'ng opportunity to solicit the vote dress, even If this means asking Applicants Alex may A. Dlckson civilian! Buried At Dedan attending her tot,

: t Kenmore, N.: Y, leader'of the Dixie/ Dance Band and support of all qualified electors the soldier( for a letter requesting Major chief, or through localU. showed the love and high en:

x nays, "If this. |M'are, In confirmed by the Alllen, we'll really have In the City Election!: Tuesday,, :your gift. personnel. S. Employment service of Mrs. A. J. Pinholster died suddenly which was held by her in

p art n AfKHiiHi tomorrow night I'll be there; but right now back to Sept. 11.. 2. Use his latest address, completely ,flees. at her home In Brooker community.

I ho office and the old t'll\\rll4'r. Yours sincerely, and accurately. Camp Blanding has recently early Monday morning August Active pallbearers were M'!,'
,, A. L. Alvarez. 3. Pack the gift In a heavy box been aa one of' th_ 27 She was born in Liberty Harrell L. L Parker. S,

hear myself think In the and lie with strong cord. The designated Service Command centers County, Ga., Jan. 30, 1866, ,but Fowler; J. K. Douglas, I.
board I hardly Fourth
he can
Pounding key FOR CHIEF OF POLICEI packages must weigh not more vehicle th'es.I I had lived In and near Brooker Barry H. B. Crosby,
that statement I made earlier about none where Army motor
+ p' celebrLal dn.: 11 take back: than five pounds, measure not womanhood. She was --
I er i' wish to announce that I ama but repairable will I since early
.1 ; 'r.. praying. On my way back to the office after an Itinerary candidate for, the office of more than 15: Inches long or a unserviceable available to the publicIn the widow of the Rev. Jack PIn- St. Sgt. and Mrs Charles i

through the area", I' saw a light 'In the Chaplain's tent and dropped Chief of Police for the City of total of 36 Inches In length and be made few weeks. holster, who preceded her In res have returned from Mi

k si .1t In for a minute.' 'Major Thomas Hall, from Tennessee, Is the most Starke subject j to election on girth combined a Now On 40lIour'eek death by a good many years. where they were called bed

\i U 4 ?., t sincere minister I've ever'met In the Army.' He had just offered his Sept. 11. Your vote and support 4. Select only usable gifts, such Also at this time Camp Blan- For many years she was a of the death of Sgt. To

thanks and had aJ>lO' rendered thanks on behalf of all us guys who will be appreciated.B. as dried fruit canned luxury ding has adopted the 40-hour- member .of the Dedan Baptist mother.
', haven't taken time _out yet'' for that. Over In one corner of the C. Holtzendorf.TO foods, razor blades, fountain pens

{ e y' Chaplain's office, seated at a table writing a letter, was John Mande- wallets or watches.

vllle. He bad forsaken the festivities of "Mobile Manor" for that TUB CITIZENS, TAX PAYERS Don't mall perishable foods, Intoxicants

to write his letter. When he overheard me tell the Chaplain AND VOTERS OF T1IK) weapons, poisons or any

; :j quiet that spot I hadn't seen anyone praying, he beckoned me over and CITY OF STARKE: inflammable and materials fluid Including J. P.Roberts Motors

There, in his firm clear script, Through the a o 11 citation of matches lighter
lj r t pointed to a paragraph his letter of friends, I have entered A total of''82,000,000 Christmas
r he had written: "Now,, that the war Is over we all thank God. many the race my for Member of your packages were sent to military

City Council. To you who do not personnel overseas, last year. STARKE

I'f- ; 'I! f I(''I' Pointer, Pup Still Waits.In Old Rocking Chair know, I am a retired railroadman. 600 'TEMPLE AVE. FLA.

I own my home In Starke. Blanding Men
Used To Hold Him
; Where
j ,g ; ,'\ I[ expect to spend the balance In Wreck
e My life In Starke. I am InterestedIn Figure COMPLETE: LINE OF
t I n ; In a 63-year-old house on Laura _____ I the welfare of oUr. little city. .
P treet a pointer, pup named Mack 1st Lt. Edmund E. Oliver, 2nd
I have sufficient
"i ,in Being retired, Lt. Frank T. Rtggs! and Warrant'
doses disconsolately .an overstuffed -
d elected to this honorable -
lIe remembers time, and If Iff leer Alonzo Fuller, all of Camp
easy /
and Important: place as amembel'
C r ll aJ : well (that his master' used to< Council will Standing were, Injured earlyThursday
of City
yA r hold ,him on his, lap in that very give all the time that Is necessary, morning of last week j
i'i' f chair. Now Mack alts"and naps, i. when the car Int which they were
:i >roml in<{ that I will work ,for
overturned on, the highway -
oblivious'' of everything riding
interest of our ) city,
the best JltUe
him,'waiting and hoping for someone I who'compose 6 miles from the junctionf
y and the tax
; to return someone who has payers' > Rds. 68 and 48, about 12 miles

Ir and left him.Mack' .a me. north of Keystone Heights.
E'r gone away and
Will appreciate your vote AND OTHER MERCHANDISE
master was, Archibald Warrant Office Fuller Is a sonnlaw ,

Johns who died at his home here I upport. Sincerely of a Dr. Hunter who usedo
\\u 30 after I yours live In Lake'Butler. The ac-
; ; early Thursday, August -P., L. Bridges.
I w n being In falling health for the ,. Ident: was Investigated by the
I five Funeral services Highway Patrol: & PLYMOUTH
,; past years. DODGE
'.i'' p..+ r I were held last Friday afternoon at PresbyterianThe
I o'clock In the First Baptist ,1 5afe' Labor Day
o:' Starke Presbyterian Church ,
!. with the Rev. I D. ,
rrch, I *
: Interment offers the following program for There were no traffic accidents SALES AND SERVICE
ins officiating. Sunday, September 9: Sunday to the Highway Patrol
.; .. ;. t is In the family plot In Crosby 1'- r School meets at 9:45: with Mrs Office sported In'Bradford County over t ,-,
the direc-
ako Cemetery Feanette Young. Superintendent; the three-day week-end. Traffic
.., {' t tion of DeVVltt C. Jones. Active -'- morning worship Is at 11 a. m., was heavy due to the''recent
very [
II. V. Knight,,
{ poll bearers were fused to leave''the porch where with a sermon by the pastor, Rev. end of gas rationing and the
} E. B,.
; Carl W. B. Mundy,
rj ; Johnsr Mack J. L. West. His subject for the and the death
their stricken master lay. Labor Day Holiday
ern r Milligan, R. M. Griffin and W, A. sat in the old ami 11 a r. chair, morning will be "Posthumous In- toll for the nation- was very great .

' y h Besoent. while Prince moved about muchas luences! for Good or Ill" or but Bradford County escaped any SHOES! SHOES!

y? Surviving are his wife, Ruby a pointer dog will do when Held in the Grasp of Dead Men's ties. I'I'f8ltall

j Bennett Johns, one stepson,.I* )M. tracking birds. Finally he too land,"
+ r "w Oaines,. and a sister, ;Mrs.! Alva. stopped, turned around several Young People will meet at 8p. ton of Mrs. E. E, Lansing and y

I Ensey of New York ,City. I times, and lay on the floor near i. m. The music for the worship Irs., E. M. Davis will be at the

j;.. In the passing of Archibald his master's bed. Somehow, Mrs. services will be under the direc- rgan.HURRICANE I
Johns believes, they knew. '
Johns Starke lost one of ita most -- .
I ". ,
ardent fisherman and hunter-the

g man who probably came nearer Gen. Fales Leaves '

t than any otherto knowing each For New StationMaJ. WARNING ALL MEN'S
Individual fish In this lake-studded .
Gen. E. W. Fales, commanding
$ region by name; a man who could ; Since 1926 seven hurricanes of

iy, have written books on the lore of general of the nation's disaster proportions have swept .

J.,r largest! Infantry Replacement various sections of the United ANDWOMEN'S
iSf) t our wood and lakes. For several over
Training Center since Its openingat States. Most of them struck in
Mr. Johns served
'y ,'I years as game
Camp Bland Ing early In August September.The j
.5 r id warden In this county and was .,
against windstorm -
; 1 considered an expert trainer of 1043 left early this week only protection

bird dog. In the picture above for his new assignment at Port loss is INSURANCE. Don'twait

M ; taken several years ago, he Is !Lewis., Washington. ills successor until you see the warning SHOES

y shown with a pet monkey, further has not yetrbeen announced and signal-that will be too late.

m d demonstrating: his love for Gen Henry R. Perrlne who has Call Us Today Phone 146

'J" i, animal Mr. :Johns was 68 years old at been assistant commandant for PRICED AT 3.50

}" : the time of his death, having some time Is" ,serving as acting H. C. WALL AGENCYHarold .

_ been born in Bradford County on commander.

4 F'sb. 22, 1877. He was the son As commander of the Blandlng C. Wall Joe E. Wilson
l ,
',1, of the late Jerry M. and Annie IRTC Gen. Fales, known as. the and UNDER

Cone Johns. He was a member "Builder of D o u g h boys. has

is of the Baptist Church and the trained 173,000: men to carry the _ ._,.. __u _ .._ ... .. ..'
:1 I Masonic order and was a veteran war to the enemy In all parts of

the Spanish-American War. the world while 10,000 officers CLASSIFIEDMATTRESSES i

:; The night Archibald Johns have passed through his com
,... .., -- - ----- ------- ---- --------
ra,1} s awed away his two dogs Prince mand. Before opening the IRTCat ------------ --

f A;';' Mack-behaved sttangely.'c Blauding, 'he commanded a of all kind renovated HAVE} IT FIXED 'Many little No Ration StampRequired
'hey scratched persistently at the similar center at Camp Roberta! furniture upholstered and things, are breaking up around
reflnlshed. Drop us a card. o the house these days that you
door until let Inside and then re- Calif. HASTiNus MATTRESS co.. !!'Ot would replace If you could ret
110. Palttka. Flu. tf them. This la Impossible, butmaybe
I can fix: It. Ask for
Frank at Telegraph Office. tf

30 ROOMS !





r , FCI: KENT? Gas Heat la Each Room Greatest fry advertiser.,.. Has made.( *=.- tr

1'2.ooe .( Haaaea frees all_Parma ever aeWferld. ,' Thousands Of Pairs :

LARRY'S PLACE Free apes llstlasT'
Represented Locally By
., 1000 Feet From B Gate
""" 116 So. Walnut St. YOUR
1 LOST On* round told pearl-ntud- RATION STAMP
.recta From One-Room Efficiencies Up ded brooch, a keepsake. Reward
1C returned to newspaper
tl,, designed. Mrs. Bertha Pearce, SOS

Priced From $20 Up .:. f fe fy WANTED nlahed or unfurnlnhed bedroom house, no, children fur-. West Madison St. T-I8-4tp

permanent.-Ho", 32S, Stark
FOR SALE Two-wheeled
,/ First house beyond city trailer limit. EVERY DAY IS BARGAIN DAY AT THE -
radio and
FOR SALE-1 RCA on Lake Butler highway. Set. M.
4: bicycle. Both In rood con. Schmidt. 8-11 Jtp
I n.r.,
i. FOR RENT- room house with
STRAWBERRY and truck farmer garage built on, nice garden on
wanted. Will hare-crop or rent. Urook..r-New Hope road. House
20 acre land 4Vi, ntllen North of sealed and hall electricity onrhool
w. T. CLUTE; REALTOR Starke. new 8 room house, plastered .. bus and mall route STAR STORuno
light, tool. and horse fur til 60 per month. A. A. Edward..
J nished. See M. H. Judd, corner isrooker, Flo. It
1 Lafayette and Adams. Hts. Starke.
tf LOST-Billfold containing Identification -
L 119 EAST CALL STREET, STARKE cards and money, between
Foil HAl.K-14 foot cjrpress row- Calvin "'ard'. place and Starke. .
boat. new ;also S wheel trailer. I5i. reward. Return to newspaper
dr e U. H. tinder, Westmoreland St. office or 0.,.,. W., Jordan. Ht. 3. I

N'"f. lip Box 17S-A. Stark. lip I

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