Bradford County telegraph

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Bradford County telegraph
Uniform Title:
Bradford County Telegraph
Place of Publication:
Starke, FL
E.L. Matthews
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The first issue of this ongoing weekly appeared on July 26, 1879 under the title Florida Telegraph. It was published by William Wyatt Moore, a native Floridian and a staunch Democrat. Moore had previously worked for a paper in Tallahassee and had also published newspapers in Jacksonville, Lake City, Cedar Key, and Pensacola. After appearing for a short time as the Weekly Florida Telegraph and reverting back to the Florida Telegraph, the paper’s name was changed to the Starke Telegraph. In 1887, Moore sold a half-interest in the newspaper to I.C. Webb, who became sole owner within a few months and changed its name to the Bradford County Telegraph. In 1893, Eugene S. Matthews, who had previously worked for newspapers in Gainesville and Ocala, purchased the Bradford County Telegraph with Ben J. Farmer, who sold his interest to Matthews five years later. Matthews published the Bradford County Telegraph for the next forty years. He was also elected to the state legislature in 1904, 1907, 1911 and 1923. His son, Eugene L. Matthews, a graduate of Columbia University’s School of Journalism, took over the publication in 1933, matching his father’s record of forty years as publisher. The Bradford County Telegraph continues to the present.
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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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Commander of Medical Unit on Mindanao, BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH f i I

ersOIl SayS. . Recalls Starke's Baseball Days

lee. A great Official County Publication Established In 1877 ,
Jap prIsOner captured baseball lan, Colonel ;f fI'
recent asked dUrutlne Butch reminisced' of g8.l1M"splayell I i OLUMK SIXTY-SI In Mindanao Interrogatlort whereought In Starke with Judge E. ST. nKF.. FLORIDA JO'tUU..I1'LY g. 1M5" N L;M11KK KTVSEKN: t

was "In Florida," K. Perryman Harold %Vall. Bill

W questioning replied be unhestltatlngly.; disclosed that and Starke Raiford bav-ball Epprraon greats and of other that One Day To Go On Seventh War Loan p

I'lor er Officers III I the prisoner's day and age. ; :j

led the men to believe they One amusing incident Colonel
of the Jap forces |In- Blitch remembered about Starke

part, States, apparentlY fore was the time he came calling Still
e purposes.the The prisoner reed -- cousins the Hugh Brownlees, Just Bounty Far Short Of Goal :r,

,o risonicamprFloryour after the family moved from their

'nt to the house on South Church Street to --- --.----.---- . .
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guns! their present home on North -- 1

,Ue get we were In rainy, mu.l- Cherry-but the Colonel did not Total Can Be Reached Only If Everyone Who Can Buy A Bond Does So Today
1oI'Olal l Inland' (In the N.E.I. know that. He barged right in

K .rtpriH-nencouMhara- and made himself at home in the . :;,;
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they run hl wen'laretai (' 'tJ loo living to room let elsewhere the after folks a vigorous(he thought hal New Commander IHow We Stand On Sales Through July 4th Workers Needed : ; '

i acrdftdihornia they were in the house)

i ado rondi-. s; down know, waiting he had for arrived.the family He, and sat Takes{ Over QUOTA Amt. Sold Percent MUST SELL #r rI

in Mnrotal the new arrangement and difference Series E To Fill Jobs
Fired 10 of the furniture begap $264,000 $163,648.50 62 $100,351.50

""firm their arousing his suspicions, whereupon Duties At Post Over All- $307,000 $269,885,50 88 $ 37,114.50
sus'" state- he beat a hasty and embarrassed At Blanding"

Its, faUfor- retreat, hoping no one had I ;I J;;

.., get your observed his burglar-like actions. BONDS BOUGHT TODAY COUNT ON QUOTA OI'RN UP YOURIlEAUT .

This writing Is probably W. P. Camp niandlng, Fla.-There are o p i
common Smith's first Inkling (for he was s Jobs and still more John available .
i a the new occupant) that his home t. AND YOUR POCKETBOOK for men and women who want to I r

ice among was once Invaded by an unbidden I--f :Et -u_ .- work and back the war effort ''i<: r
Lse ,
officers S
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Linform; their commands Infclievlng guest. at this post and the Civilian j: ,
have' InvadedIca. Colonel B II l t chis Personnel' Branch Is anxious to I'. '
they y w I No More I II Jack fill vacancies, \y', I trill'!;
And that amply demises healthy and happy; he and Mindanao Proud Sight Sullivan many particularly : '
In the
another distinct advan- apparently agree with one Camp Laundry and In the :

iue American civilian-soldiers another. Agreement IS easier new Personnel Center, a'cordlnR'I i I f .

I over totalitarian fighters: when you're a C'olonf'l.Rumors Presumed Dead Civilian to MaJ. Peiannnel Alex A. Dlckson Branch., Chief 161'

'''gher-ups don't pull the wool and in common with
lour eyes concerning the true the rest of the Army and the The Camp Laundry has numerous J'I

1 of affairs. I think Amerl world we have plenty of "em are Pfc. Jack l R Sullivan, son of Jobs now open for general '

jare more enthusiastic fight- often hard to disprove, harder to Mrs. Mable Stilllvna of Starke, work requiting no special skill ,
such as flat piece folders feedersfor ;
Ii cause of U halt. But one terminated of its was reported missing in action on ; 1
prisoner surrendering to our own accord yesterday. Cpl. Char January 22, 1014 lie was In an flat piece machinery; sorters, I \ I.
bundle, etc. White and colored] !
i day before yesterday was ley LoCasto (Great Neck, Long Infantry regimen I which par Lid. ,
employes are desired and .
educated in New York paled In an attack anyone "
I and Island), newscaster hi our Information Interested }
mny get In touch with
The M P. guaidjg! him and Education section, on the I the Civilian Personnel Branch at j Jk JkI t

[from New York City They was hospitalized with a severe enemy across the Nt i aa Camp Headquarters.Nothing :
laughing and talking to- case of jungle rot on hands, arms, Rapldo RUei' In .
I- about you guessed It- feet legs and face when we were thij v I c Inity of I Is left undone for the 1 1 ; ;

I York City. Seems they both on Morotal and was evacuated to Brig Gen. Robert S. Israel, Jr.. luorJice aiul San comfort and entertainment of j r I.a l

I led Clinton High School. The a New Guinea general hospital.We until recently commander of an Angelo 1 Italy laundry workers. Recently a, f,( 1. 11' i';
r '
This loudspeaker system ;
attack was ), .
American backgioundIrenwed
later that he
heard a rumor
Jiers Army Air Forces Tactical Air rcpu I Iso d and player was authorized to be addedto '
vestige of ,
every was evacuated on to the States
Command In the Mediterranean driven ac\ I the laundry equipment for the
be- b across Ii,
jclsm from make-up; aa many severe Jungle rot cases t
has assumed command of Camp 44vy the river pleasure of the workers.The )
i he surrendered; for reasons areThe States business was I
Blanding as the eighth officer to and lie was last Personnel Center wishes t'fit
|udence which Is to say he strictly a rumor for when a ration .
mistreated set head Floi'Ida's largest military in $ seen in this en many new employee who can. J ji! [i
Jwngry super- laden C-47 transport plane
stallatlon. qualify for positions as clerk I i
land fighting a hopeless bat. ,down on the airstrip here yesterday gagement.No 4i, wb stenographers, clerk typists clerk\ '. i '
off stepped Charley in person General Israel succeeds! Col E. further In- i
fact almost I
general in for !
---- any K
IN, local much in the Southwest C. Rose, post commander during/ formation has ."
iid(I bore perhaps a very type of routine office work, Maj. < I
informed of his he past 12 months, who leavesto been received and War *
of IntereNf. \\e were near Pacific. When the De- DIckson stated These employes j ,1\
| 90th Fvocuiitlon: Hospital rumor Charley now Jungle rot- attend a special course p 'para- partment has recorded an official will receive a war service indefinite ;j' {
Iso long ago; and I ran Into less, said "I wish it was true." tory to assuming duties in (fie oc- finding of ,death, which date has appointment and will be eligible (I j

ltd, eagle Colonel Clifford G. He has a wife he married only cupation of Europe.A.graduatenLthe. beat, net as June 1, 104ft.Pfc for annual end sick leave as J I"I

)h, TaJlahwo"lara 'oorun ten-montha before he..came' ovei- ..- -CJ ,..<>f'1923 Sullen was inducted into 'wtlL' ',"+,-aIit'! age..henrftu :accruing I '
Jlie nu-dleal unit, a familiar seas waiting in Great Neck. at the United States M II I t tary the rtnyiurilig" May 1944 tit from civil service,positions. ",,I i.'

> and, figure around Starke But true or false, rumors al- Academy at West Point, N. Y., Camp Dlandlng and was sent to At the /same time it was pointedout ,I

tuple of decades, ago; he Is ways. were, are, and always will General Israel In a alive of Texas Camp Shelby, Miss, for Ms basic I there In an opportunity for ; I
mplicu" of :Mrs. Etta Brown- be.Is with close family connections in training After 17 weeks there civilians to do an important Job f '
this state. he was sent at once overseas. to '
I In assisting In the more rapid redeployment ;
North Africa without a furlough 't' l
General himself the
Israel son
i or discharge our

Branded As Carriers of of a Regular Army officer was r home with lie wan the In his firm when engagement he- fighting troops ((1\::1\
commissioned as] a second lieuten- el.+ ; enemy Any person now engaged in an i '
ant In field aitllleiy and enteredthe t ,, ; :* was reported missing essential type of work Is not In- > .. '

Air-Crops shortly thereafter Ar ; Born at Mulberry: Fla, October: vlted to apply for these work :j I
lio Germ Health1 Board Reports Rated a command pilot, combat I 29, 1021, Pfc Sullivan moved to opening at Camp Illundlng. 1:;L "I

observer and nlr-craft observer, Starke with his parents- when I 'p .
he is a graduate of Army Air I still a small child. At the time '! I ''j
rlda was warned this week Corps flying schools at Brooks of hit Induction into the Army Rotary Chairmen 11'1'

atone of man's worst ene- to eating the teat! food I Field and Kelly Field, Texas. ALL THE WORLD looks to The American Flag as the symbol of freedom he was assistant manager of the ; ;!!
-the common FLY when the from aggression and a guarantee that peace and righteousness shall preVBiL local A & P Store.
This experiment indicates that During the years before the defense This, ofllclul Insignia of the Mighty Seventh War Loan, shows the i
Board of Health branded It In addition to his mother, he Is
;erous as a plague Infestedand food exposed to flies at the homesof emergency, he served with raining of the flag on Iwo Jlma by U. S. Marines. It U the picture thai has survived by a brother, Pfc Hugh Named For Year : /
Army Air Corps mall operationsunit been more widely used than any la this war, proceeds of which the AP I't.The I'/t.
a carrier of Infantile polio patients may cause a donated to service relief. Sullivan of the 8lh Air Force, .* '
In California, as a group sup I
91s. which has been In: the European
of virus sufficientto
quality polio ply officer In Panama, and as a ,- ...... -;- new lineup of Rotary committee -
---I Theatre.
10 many folks seem to takey produce a carrier state, the pursuit squadron commander. He : chairmen for fiscal year, i, i
; as a necessary evil, and article pointed out. d of pursuit . ;
assumed com m a n a A beginning July 1, was announcedat
"g as they are kept out of More drastic steps that Just group early In 1941. With the } Wonder Gift Shop the regular luncheon meeting :

bowls" are allowed to'go un- "swatting" must be taken to con- outbreak of the war, he was given 1 Changes HandsRecent Wednesday by the new pre !dent, I, :
Health Officer. Bleeding places harboring any up In Los Angeles. s .. sales an announced by Judge E. K, Perryman as head Jt+ .i t f for
>IS' Is the time of year when sort of filth where warmth and In February 1943, he was assigned r I F. C. Holllngsworth Include the this civic organization. i f$

are cervous about and alert sustenance is available for eggsto I to the North African Theatre Wonder Gift Shop to* Mr. and Other officers who assumed I '. I t :

jf possibilities of polio, or in- incubate-manure piles and I ,' .. ; Mm. W. J. Lapp of Detroit, Mich their duties July 1 are: A. J. \ I
l s paralysis, and as a warn- open, privies must be eliminated. of operations, where serv- :4, by Mrs. Beanla Davis, Mr. and Thomas, vice-president; Guy Sale, (
pinst flies as carriers of thise Every window and door openingto ed as commanding officer of a "" Mr!. Lapp took over the business secretary; C. H. Nasworthy, treasurer t

e I quote from an Americanal the house should be screened Fighter WIng. His fighter wing j Tuesday : end, II C. Brown sergeant- P I I

Association report that. and cracks stopped. air protection to GeneralPatton's Mr. and, Mr. J, W. McIntosh at-arm. 'I I
finis of polio has been foundUman gave landing in Sicily, r tif j of Williston bought a house and Chairmen of the Rotary Club's I./ "
troops '
stools in sewage ands ItOBJo ItT JACKSONIN 3 four lots on W. Lafayette St. four main committees for the new I I e
:' I. PHILIPPINES protected shipping to troops on from It V. Alvarez. Mr and Mrs. year will be: A. J. Thomas, chairman t

rticularly Jld Dr. Hanson I The Telegraph has received the the Salerno and A n z I o beach- McIntosh are the parents of Mrs. Club Service; C. If. Nan- e'

mothers to protect theirs following letter from Sgt Robert heads, defended Naples harbor against Clyde I'rlelt.Baptist worthy, chairman I Community !
?ainst I 1' who is "some- and night Service; Fred Guy, chairman i "
the insect which, C. Jackson now air attack, gave '
catlonal Service; and E/. A. Da Vo'I''t ,lit
at under a microscope where In the Philippines". : protection to troops at Anzlo. ChurchThe chairman International Service.SubCommittee 1 It

"hairy legs and fat fuzzy I 22 June 145 General Israel holds the Legionof chairmen 1. :
s" an insect often taken I first in a series of July are: i
fly' Dear Gene: Merit award for operations of J. C. Hoover Attendance; W P. t I J .
around will be
t broughtby
the house, whose of ; morning messages
eve system Is with Please my I his unit for anti-sub convoy escort t the Pastor of the First Baptist Smith. Fellowship; W. T. Clute I i
popping the Telegraph to my new address Clarification; E. K. Perryman, J ft,
type and air-sea rescue activities Church of Starke this Sun-
germ that la In
" and I hope it doesn't take too longto Membership; Jos E. Wilson Ro- ;
"Shborhood. It Is known Allied day at 11 a. m. "Down Came the J >
as part of Information J. II Dupre.'I
reach me.I '
.. tary ; .
hey of '
carry I I a < Walls of Jericho", Is the first In
OlD dysectary, cholera, I recently ran Into Henry Silcox Coastal Air Force; the Bronze Magazine; Grover Alison, Music; I '
POLIO f the series of July Jaunts to Jeri-
and summer I here and he had received of the Fifth L. D. Haines, Good Neighbor; Fred i ,
"ea. a certain way over Star, for support cho. At the evening hour, 8 p. '
had been Stump, Post War W, J. Church- : +
three back copies that and Po> ;
ye, smallpox, plague and tu- Army In Apennines i m., there will be singing of fav- J I
col- well Youth Service Clifton e'
1001s. sent air mall. I read every I and the Brazilian Order orite song and choruses by the "
I campaigns
Brown, Rural-Urban Nat Stern- 1 : ,
realize ;
We umn Inch of them. I didn't Cross in the degree congregation followed I by an
see .
Jt babies asleep with tot the Southern berg, Crippled Children. .
how much the home paper 1
bUzzing around their mouths of commander for work In evangelistic message by the Pastor -
are small could mean until I got here. At of the First .- Each chairman will be askedat 1
children the
eating was an early date to outline the
s With that time one of these papers for j
flies Brazilian Fighter Squadron The Sunday School meeting at
crawling over old. duties of his committee and announce I I II
bile they take. Considering only two weeks combat operations. Albert Ilartman (stave) of Starke, who with hit son Eddie, 9:45: will study Man's Failure and' at least one objective for J "
y *a a carrier of the When It rains here It can rain will reside on post God's promises. At 6-45: the topic the i J
e polio, The general, staff the machine shop at Camp Illandlng'/ Ordnam-e Armament year
,.Mm the J o u r nal of then more Jn one night than I ever with Mrs. Israel and their 11- the machine lie invented'! for making In SO seconds' for discussion In the Training It was announced that the District -
Medical Association reIn aw It ra'n! : at home in three year-old daughter, Lola Patricia. Shop operates 60 mortar Unions. Is the Churches Unchanged Assembly, will be held at I '.
the mm.
part:" months. When I get back home In the commandof a metal carrying loop for doughboy lugging Hun I new*. the Mayflower Hotel In Jacksonville 1 '
Classes and for
summer Departments
in 'a number of I'll never again complain Blanding were MaJ. R on Monday July 9, and all ; i
rnlc regions' food was ex- the weather no matter how bad Camp Col. R. H. Kelly. machine, a rle\rr home-madA device which In half a dozen motions all ages In Sunday School and club officers and committee 1 ,

.to D1e9'in and about homes it gets.I R. Raymond Gen. John J. Persons Maj. twists l the metal strip In the desired fthap.The tank Mould Training Unions to which I the chairmen are expected to attend U

Polio had developed within guess things around Starkeare MaJ. Morris B. Payne, Brig. Gen. be a 20-mlnutn tilackimlthlng Job. without the nwhlno sizable public Is cordially Invited, aa wellas Because of the Fourth of July '
1k. The food as yet. Gen the Infantry Replacement Training Center's needs to the Worship hours at 11 and falling the ]
was exposed perking right along Kunzig. Col. Walter E. factor figuring holiday on regular
12 L.
' to 24 hours, and then fed AJB for myself and many others I Smith and Colonel Rose. for hundred of ,the loops and no other source of supply avail B!I. Mid-Week services each Wednesday meeting day, attendance was slim f i I
Impanzees, care being taken this thing can't be over too soon I able. Official V. H. Army Photo. at 8 pi m. for all. at Wednesday's meeting and It :I

revent cross contaminations to suit us. was stated that all absent mem //:11 ,

of of the animals showed eirl- Sincerely Singing ConventionThe singing will be featured at the 'Theressa RevivalA bers will be asked to make up j :;

paralysis BUT they did Sgt. Robert C. Jackson, Bradford County Singing Methodist ChurchThe I evening hour. j' their attendance either at Jacksonville j I'

VIRUS in their STOOLS. 36th Fighter Squadron, will meet with the that the I I Prayer Meeting each Wednesday" ,, series of revival meetingswill on Monday, or In Gainesville \y.
Virus caused APO 321 care P. M. Convention pastor announces Invited. Ser-'I be held a t Hope Baptist on Tuesday In order not to j I
.S Ii In the cord typical medullae polio San Francisco, Calif. Corfcth Baptist Church Sunday topic for the morning sermon at 8 p. m.'. Everyone each Thursday at 1 14 - atonkies and : July 8, for an all-day. meeting. the Methodist Church this Sun- ,I' vtcem( party ]Rev. Quln Cooper regional mission 1
d They also ex- attend and The 8 m. All service men and
invited to will be "Disclpleshlp" p. 1
Virus Mrs. Everyone is day worker of District 4, will Mrs. Charles Torres and Mrs. ;
from and j ,
h one to two Mrs.< U H. baskets for lunch on the choir will sing special anthemIn their wives or sweethearts are I
bring Clara Proctor made a business ii
efteraard in I preach. I
] I
Vlni" None had H. C. Rltch were shopping I the morning and congregational invited.
In grounds. trip to Jacksonville Tuesday.
their stools priorS Gainesville Tuesday. 4 4f if'.l' :

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:' THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH : Full Benefits of Can Use More j ,

. c@:Ocby Social Security Act 'M Pulpwoorgpgr

EKtabU.becI 1817 Are ExplainedUnder *. WHITE TIMBER
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,I' E. U Matthews ___________ Editor and Owner 0@ the Social Security Act Container Corp'n. of America, Fernandina

K, i i survivors are eligible for monthly p7a

r: Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered tut Second Clan Matter illAf benefit If the wage earner died -

*, at the I>Mt Office at Starke Florida. f insured by the Social Security

b. , ., ;. ',1 laws leaving children under 18
"" "f aged widowor
J.L.HARRELL-=--- years of age, or an
,:: They Thought They O JUDGING BY TIlE large : parents, advises R B. Donald-

Did Like number of Inquiries received -I AND TilE LAWTEY E' S--- son, :Manager of the Social Se-
n t in recent weeks by curity Bureau's Jacksonville Of- MIIIHA4'S <3B

Florida Until the Starke Chamber of Mr. and Mrs. B D. Rosier and to play B-29 Bronco Buster get lll| |

Commerce, thousands of Mr and Mrs. Walen Sapp of Fort Ralph Darley or Everett Load- fice.Many: people are still not aware ..

, service men wno have been stationed in this state are Pierce were visiting friends and holtz to teach you. Boy, oh boy that when they pay social security ENJOY YOUR ,- .
. last week, break- -It's a lulu with all the trIm-
relatives here
and establish home and are paying for
planning to return to Florida a taxes they H/lM811.
bread with In-laws, Moms and mings. The game Is Australianborn
survivor's' protection as well as AND
business after the war. If Bradford County .
J. E. Rosier bred (uff sed), .
Pops: :Mr. and Mrs. and Ever l 1'n:: '
In old-age.
make an effort to obtain its fair share of these home- protection .111'17'
Mr. and Mrs. Carl ,
of of Prof and J
Evergreen. The many friends since! the Social Security !
: seekers, it will be just another case where we've gone Milliard and Mr. and Mr/i. A C. Mrs W. L. Beacom members of the Board has = ','- r-
laws were passed Elliff/IT
" to sleep at the switch while more alert communities
Pearce of Lawtey. the Lawtey school faculty 1031-36. been doing all It can to publicize
i I reap the benefit of the invaluable free advertising :Mrs. Alonzo Beasley (nee Mica will be Interested to learn that survivors' rights, however, every "'

Florida has had during the past three or four years. Verlan McLeort of up Alabama their son, John, who enlisted In year some persons eligible for ) ln The Clea1/est

" Referring, to these thousands of people who have way) la behind the what-wlll-you- the Paratroopers, was wounded in benefits lose part .of their payments /

i! been brought into our state by virtue of its many Army have-to-drlnk counter In the bus Germany and returned to the Spot in Town

:' and Navy installations, Russell Kay, in his syndicated station while waiting for friend States with both feet off eight He suggested that the survivorsof
husband to return from over inches below the knees. He's nowa
, column, says: yonder any worker who had a social CALL STREET AT THE RAILROAD
patient in an Atlanta, Ga., hospital
folks critical of Florida when security number should communicate -
t! f "Many of thee were severely and would be glad to hear
/'i r they first came. They didn't like any part of it and were Soldier Frank Ponzlo got histraveling from, his old Lawtey friends.Dont' with his office to see If they -
: orders and Mrs. Ponzio
t entitled to benefits. He added
; frank to so. This was the first reaction among servicemen are
say him
delay. Write today.
; and the two little boys, Joey and Insured Is not
3t )located In all parts of the state. :Most of them were away from that if an person ICE
Charles, after a short sojourn in CHI RCII 'CEMENTS: survived by children under 18 COLD WATERMELONS
: : home .or the first time. They missed their friends and loved boarded the northbound
Lawtey, widowor
' years of age, or an aged
ones They were homesick( and blue. They didn't like Florida Methodist: Rev. Mr. Hickman, .
N Y.
for their home In Brooklyn, -
} parent that a lump-sum pay-
k I" because their minds were not in a receptive mood to like any Miss Helen Lott of Starke spent pastor. Sunday' School 10 a, m. ment be made. Cantaloupes
and 8:15:
Church Services 11 a. m. :
|r place but HOME I the day with Miss Evelyn Warrenone p. m. Mr. Donaldson emphasized that I

r' ,j i Then they were transferred to Louisiana, Texas, Calif ornla day last week after they'd persona who had a. social security '''e ,
' Baptist: Rev. G, K Cutshaw, (
1,,, ,I Georgia, Colorado, Illinois, and a dozen other places. The visited Evelyn's sister, Mrs Victor pastor. Sunday School 10 a. m. card and who died while In the *
;. Appleby in Jacksonville for a armed forces are often insured by
, and in their !shoes was beginning to work. On the Texas Church Services 11 a. m. and 8:00p. : r.

,,1.i plains they cursed the heat and the sand storms and longed to couple of days. m. BYPU 7:30 p. m. Mid- the Act and that their survivors Peaches
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Yarbroughand should make Inquiry at his office.NOTICIS .
i!1 be back in Florida where they could enjoy Nature's alr-con- week Prayer Service each Wednesday
son, Elmo, of Jacksonvillewere .
x ditioninjar, a cooling dip In the surf and clean fresh air. Battling!: calling on J. O. Raulerson 8:30: p. m. OK APPLICATION VOlt : .
the bitter winds of the North winter months TAX I>KKIiionnv : >
: during they remembered -
at the Lawtey Hardware last Saturday inn vo. iNtia{
Florida, envied the folks who were there and were Opening Dates NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN. Line of Fresh T'
hat T. J. Alderman the holder of Complete '
f comforted aa they told their buddies. about the wonderful climate of Jacksonville R"
H. C. Baker wasa the following certificate has flied Fruits & .
business visitor here one day Set For SchoolsThe Maid. certificate for a tax deed tobe VegetablesDICANDIO'S
issued thereon. The certificatenumbers
' There they went 0\f'1'Mf'Ihey! visited. foreign land, last week. School Board met Monday and year. of issuance, the
Raulerson ueserq>Uon of the property, and the
O. the
Mrs. J. spent
compared thorn first with their own country and then with morning for its regular meeting name In which It wan assessed are CURB
In Jacksonville last MARKETCall
day FrIday
" aa :
Florida. They began to realize that they never had hatedFlorida
Dick (V. R.) Ferguson's many with all members present. The Certificate No. SOS. Year of Issuance -
they loved it and they longed to return. July 1, 1942 at
. friends will be glad to learn that opening dates for schools which Description of Property: Lot 1 & Cherry Street
, I know this U true for during the pant few months I have he's back at home recuperatingafter I W 20 Ft. of Lot 2 of Block 29 ... .. .
had not been decided were set -
Hlantnna Add. Sec. 30 Twp. T
f received numerous letters from service people who at one time a ten-round bout with the and the complete list of opening 22 Kant.

. or another were stationed in this Stale. Some of them met and surgeon in a Jacksonville( hospital. dates folows: Name. In which. assessed: W. O.
Sea In.All
l' married Florida girls They made friends and acquaintances Mr.\ and Mrs. Jack (J.,A.) Howe July 9; Rising, Brooker, Hell- of said property being In the

" here. They expected to be out of the service soon and are are very happy Indeed to have all bronn, New< River, Vanderbilt, County. of Bradford, State of FlorIda BRADFORDENGINEERING

thinking seriously of the future. their children visit them at one Graham and Lawtey; August 6; Unless ouch certificate or rertlflcatoH -
time; i. e., :Mrs. Barney Day (Be- shall be redeemed according
They ask me about conditions and what I think their Hampton (white) and all colored to law the property described In
chances would bt of finding employment. Most of them could atrice) of up Wisconsin way, and schools; and. September 3, Bradford such certificate or certitlcdtes. will
her son, Barney, Jr.; Charles of be Hold to the highest bidder at
go back to their old< homes and find their old Job for High School.
waiting the Merchant Marines; :Miss Car- the court house door' on the first CO.
them, but they prefer to live In Florida if possible. When they The Board decided to reopen Monday In month of August, 1946.
rie Howe of Jacksonville; Mrs. R. which U the 6th., day of Augu"tUat..d
left this State many of thorn were sure they would never want E. Mathews (EllzabethV Lakeland Graham School upon the advice 1945.

to see It again. They climbed aboard troop-trains gleefully, l; and Mrs B. C. Paddy. of the Trustees and Mrs. Oscar this 27th day A.of June Thomas, 1945. J. MAURICE EDWARDS

thumbed their nOHelll at the sand and scrub palmettos and (Louise) to Key West Beatrice Crosby has accepted the positionas Clerk of Circuit Court( ;i Bradford Mgr.
County Florida.
screamed "Florida, If I never see you again It will be! too soon," expects to prolong her visit for teacher 8.9 4t 7-20 (OFFICIAL, SEAL,)

but they didn't reckon with that bit of sand in' their shoes.It two or three months, while the -- - - vr PHONE 94

was not until they hind been place and seen things" others will be with Mom and Pop .

until they had hail plenty of opportunity to make romparl- only a week or ten days. The finest Steaks
The Starkeites to
non that It began to dawn on them that Florida wuttn't such come Lawtey ,'
to shoot the bull, and the Lawteyites ShrimpSEA
a bad place after all. go to Starke to boot a. beer foodsa JVe Can Furnish You With All Sizes
So now they want to come back. A lot of them want to
and kill a mule. Happy hunting,
come back and," they want ,to stay They are)looking for opportunities boys. ( reasonable SEA FOOD Concrete Building Blocks Gravel Sand

employment or the establishment of a business of Mrs. Pearce Jones and two little FISH OR L '<, Mortar Mix and Cement

their own. They ask about living conditions and costs, about daughters Cardella and Nan- prices MEATPLATE

business opportunities and agricultural advantages. lion, of Fernandina spent last ALSO

Many of them have been saving their money and expect to Sunday with Pearce's aunt and rHI v LUNCH

have a comfortable nest egg when they leave tho service They uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Louis H. Hill. h _ & _Call_St. READY MIXED CONCRETE
want to know about specific opportunities. What towns. could Ralph J. Darley, a Staff Ser- -I---" With Two
geant with the 8th Air Force in VegetablesOwner DELIVERED TO YOUR JOB
support a new shop, machine shop, book store? How GeorgeKopelousos
Europe Is home on a 30-day tur-
about doctors and lawyers or public accountants? Could a 45c
lough. Ralph made 19 bombing!
fellow find a good piece of farm land and make a living startIng -
missions over Germany before( V-E WE CAN INSTALL ALL TYPES
with a capital of $3,000? These and a hundred other
Day and has an Air Medal with
similar questions are being asked. You don't have to sell two Oak Leaf Clusters and a Pres- UIDON"Eat RILL HARD TILE AND/ASPHALT TILE.

these folks on coming to Florida. They want to come. They idential Citation. Glad to see you Let Us Give You An Estimate -

know about the climate, the many attractions, the flowers and again, Ralph!

birds and sunshine, what they are most Interested in Is CANI J. C. Prevail. Jr., son of :Mr. At
And The
GET A and Mrs. Carl Pre .11 writes Forget Rese'v
Your Post War Home
The Florida communities that are smart enough to from Germany that he's on the v v v r-
up-and-up and will be home, he II r .
answer Intelligently such questions and who go out of their
In time for Santa Claus to
way t 0 provide nucli Information In a friendly, helpful manner hopes
to him.
come see
will reap a rich reward.
If you would like to leans how
Daytona Beach, through!: its recent survey. Is in excel- Let's talk

lent shape to do Just that. They know just how much buying NOTICE NOT.C..J W HEREBY UIVKX:: that it over. . Have a Coke

power will be released, Just what services will be in demand the undernlKned are engaged In r

and can lay the picture In the prospect'a lap In the form of of bimlnofiN LWUCKEH under\VKI.KUH the fictitious, at hams 101

a break-down he can understand. Florida needs youth and Cull Street Starke, Florida, and

energy and courage. It wants to come. and will come If given Intend u.. name to register In l the the offlre said of flotltl the-

proper encouragement fNWAY'S Clerk of the Circuit Court of Hriid-
ford County, Florida.
KI.MIK nill'L'KKK.
0-23 6t 7-20 Owner I
NO'I'U'.1 %0. IIHHIIK.KOIIi lI. I, I I"o'I
: .: '1'n..l.lIo"n COM- i ::1 h .
/ .l
l/ Service Station MIIs11OVF.....(THU Ulln.\,S'I'.t'I'FUF, ;. 1 ,,, '

NOTICE I I. hereby given that the 1liI'' l !
Railroad Commission of the Stateof e III ,
PHONE 147 IUNO 2 FOR SKKVICK: Florida will hold a formal hearing I I I/ i 1 i i
on the following matter at 10 tI''J
o'clock A. M. on Monday JULY _____ _
18th UU, nt the- COURT HOUSE + )! _ _
Oil Changing in LAKE PUTL.KH. union county ; I III
Florida at which time and place
Greasing you and all Interested parties will
he given an opportunity to be fully ) 1111F 5.,,
Waxing heard: Iy
DOCKET NO. 100-1-Application of I 4 I 411 I

: f Washing CHNTHAr of 1000 Jackson. TRUCK Street.LINUS.::Tampa; INC., I r /-S n 4'l: r! 1 ,

Florida, for an extension of
Polishing Its Certificate of Public Convenience -
and Necessity No. 66, :4 ,
Tire Repairs so an to of authorise freight, -the DeneralfommodltleH. transportation m : j .-

over State Highways -
ELECTRIC ARC WELDINGAMOCO No. 49 and 99 between b
Dalnenvllle, Florida, and Mac- _ (If sw' _ _
deftly, Florida via Lake )totter 'tfr e -
Florida serving Intermediate : _
point, and between Water- t-!
ONE HOUR town and Starke. Florida ,overState _
Highway No. !S. nerving I-
Lake I-utler and Intermediate _
GAS point -
!I WITNESS> : TUB HANI: of the -

Secretary of the Railroad< Commln-
OILGREASE lon of the State of Florida on thin .
the lint day of June 1945.II. .

W, ERVIN.SecreteF JR. . fixing things up the friendly way 1

SERVICEAUTO ; . just like mother Your friendly country garageman is used to meeting all !kinds of peopleand


FLORIDA LITE used to make"LAPPE jobs. Hat a Cot someone says, and they talk things over country S %

MOTOR LINES HATTERIESTake s style. Coca-Cola
belong in
such a friendly situation r'
& GREYHOUND just as it belongs 11

BUSSES in your icebox at home. Everywhere, Coca-Cola '
stands for
the that
For Safety : Is 11D1,1lafr. paws

Comfort & Economy 6) I nJnshes-a symbol of a friendly way of doing things. Cotac
Phone 147 OTTIID UNOII YOII naturally hi" COCI'Cots
Care Of It 7? AUTHOIITT OP THI COCA-COiA COMPANY (V 1 called by Its frUndly.bbrovtown

CO. gal
1 net of The .. CoopI *"*-

I 194 J TV. C-f r"

tin .
. . . . -
NOTES a recent guest of Mr. and :Mr.
FARM B. M. McRae. and daughter Louise of IN THH M\MK OP THH STATIC I and the Bradford. ,County Telegraph. : June.A. D. IMS, In Htarlte. Brad*
Pine Starke .. I.
county Agent LevelBy and Mrs. Alphle Parrish of OF FI.Ol14DATO 'la hereby rtexliinated a. Ih. newa- ford County, Florida.A. .
f4Tvl'e Cpl. and Mrs. Ronald Wilson Ft. I which this order shall bepublixhld J THOMAS
Myers were visit. relatives : DOVIB LOUISE: HECHT ,. ORAL)
and ny on. a week for fourconxecuttve Clerk of Circuit Court,
niece : llrailford
FARM Mrs. II. M. Eleanor Janea. here last week. It ,
COUNTY McRa I appcurlnir' by affidavit filed In week County, Florida.
COMMTTTKE has . . . . . 55 spent Sunday at Cedar Keys. thin i-cnnlr rouse of action now W1TNKS tn\, hand and the seal. Ttavter A Clayton. Attorneys for
TATION This office wm Mr. and Mrs. M. J. McRae of Misses Frances and Helen Barry l>ndinc .n the circuit court Eighth of said Couit. 'thin llth lay of flalntlff 8.111 41 '-8

discontinued. applicationsrssollnl Rev. W. E. Hall filled his reg- Starke and Bernard Ellis and son are visiting friend and relatives Judicial" circuit "if Florida rlrad- _ __ ______ _____ _ ____n______
hanlIf, anymore ular I In Wauchula.I ford Toiiniy, In chancery and na apart
appointment Billy of
trucks Pine Level Frostproof
new were .
,'WN'S visiting of the
allegations of the Mil'
Church Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. I Miss Edith Fowloi, Prompt Service Careful Drivers
30th. two can- H. M. McRae Saturday was visiting <>f iiitlninl| .( wh.r.11I11'1..1' E.
afte.> tune to do: didates for Baptism Sunday afternoon her aunt. Mrs. A. B Fowler In Hecht IH plaintiff and Dovlo Louise
ere ,It *'nHt+, farmers are at Rev and Mrs. W. E. Hall and Hawthorne last w. (-kCpl. Hecht IN I ill.- defendant, : and It beIng -
r.'t applications Khonn STARKE TAXI SERVICEand
Miss after dlllKcnt Hcarch
Margaret Miss
,1\1I,11" Sweat Lucile
of l.
and make appUca- Orlando Crosby spent part of and Mrs. Kessie Colson and Inquiry" \v aa mad that the
on board, that Board. spent Tuesday with Mrs. H. M. last week at St. Simons Island, ard daughter Diane of Valdosta. dvfeiid.intN last known address. wan
direr tl McRao. Ga.Mr. Ga., were visiting Mr. and Mrs. full." .. Mia. ovle Louise Jlecht.
\\'S'S for trucks. Get appllca-mail Mr. and i Mrs. R. v. Alvarez and Mrs. L. L. Conner were G. B. Colson over the weekend.Sgt. la. wt,,,.\lnhiimn, and the relief prny-.
fur .
Board and Hi. rein" In slid
cause of
5 I', Ration ODT Office and son, James, have moved backto dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. Ovid Lewis of camp nian- I\'ll.I p n |I. a divorco: all" It MACK'S TAXI SERVICEPhone
''leal, I tl'(' The this section from Starke. We R. Crosby Sunday. H 1|MMihin| t that the tl..f.nlant'B
Jacksonville 1, Flor- ding was visiting lu+_ mother Mrs. pin.. e ".f r. M.Unc| and nililreHH. IH
se, ,740, welcome them back again. Mr. and Mrs. B. M. McRae and R. Lewis Sunday.Mr. iip.Mmil tli, lioumlarleH or the Slateof
J. R. Hall of Jacksonville was children were dinner I-'hll'hl., .and beyond the liotiu.l- 150
guests of and Mrs ii,'h'" nf the .
Get applications Mr. Grady Baxter of Jurlnlictlon of Iii is or
,.w Trm.K8.\ and Mrs. Rodman Reddish Baldwin any Hlnillnt' court having ...11111.11'Ju'I..lh O Day, O Night
will were
dealer Visiting here Sunday .
and -
,INIJer, office get conservation payment. Sunday. t Ion In pauses of action of
which this rhnrlrter, and r
that the defendant
st ,in making TIIE SOIL, CONSERVATION Guy Wm. Hall and family of IK not In the Mate of Floi''Ida
mailed direct to The ODT PROGRAM for 1944 shows the Green Cove Springs were Master R A. Green of Jacksonville wlieri-hv tin service of a all litlliORIi ".... ---4
Ice8 Jacksonville visiting\ is Mi. In rnnncery In this cause of action
1740, their visiting and Mrs. Lee
waiver following for this county: 547 parents Rev. and Mrs. \V. ('('U hi be nerved upon who wI'lIld
: farms signed up. 427 receiving E. Hall, Sunday afternoon. Two Green this week. bind I ho defendant. and therefore COMPLETE. CAR SERVICE

'Ja.HE SOIL CONSKRVATIONa.ivM : payment of $17,500 for practices of the children Shirley and Virginia Mrs. Eddie Lewis! and :Miss Iva It Is l the 11..1'defendant. ). to secure by this erIce order upon of-

will be continued by carried out in 1944. Ann are spending Mae Lewis w e i 1' c shopping In piihlluitlini and that till Is order. of
few .
,) a luthllciui. br IOMU. ...
office tie in the past, Farm- TOBACCO mETlSGltDS days with their grandparents. Gainesville Friday I It I. iiHieforn, ordered that the
will be mailed Mrs. JTargle Underhill H. If. Henderson defiMuliiiir, IH hereby required In
L their practices for to the tobacco is visitIng of Gainesville .
t In
',II'| appear the unld canny of action
Len this office promptly growers, who have reported their her outer Mi's. Ella Neal at was here on business Friday aft- on or b".rme, the l 18lh day of July
n acreage, soon after the first of Gainesville.Mr. ernoon. I'M.! : ; oih.iwlxe the allegations of Wi's r
carried outfinl.Ihe mild hill of complaint will loft
!? thPV have July so that they may have them and 1 Mrs A. R. JIcRae were Mrs. Vance Ru's. Mrs. Lois conrcNMod. and a decree" pro con Yv
|Thoseho expect to plant 24.Those Sunday. Staike on business Friday. order h.. imUllxhed' undo each, week

{ urea should( report to this of"I who wish further Information Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Lewis were Mr. and Mrs. Et' nest Runs. and for Ilradfi.ul, four lonxccutlva Counry weeka Teleicraph.. In the a

anu get specifications and In regard to the Soil Con- I visiting their son-in-law and children Ernestln. and Kenneth newspaper| nf general I circulationand .

ir. approval before starting the servation program, should call at daughter Mr. and :Mrs.. Bishop were shopping In Gainesville Mon Florida ptihINhcil,. In ITadford County /
Lre work, if they expect to this office Thomas at Brooker recently. day. (! 1\" : and of-
I 1C C. Saoo and littu anti Rudolph flilal 1'I"| Ihla I 'frhh day of June ..'
-' H. H. Henderson IH5.
and EdwardStarl'cg
I of Gum Branch were visitors A. J. THOMAS: (!SKAI.)
in this section Tuesday. were visiting here SUn- Clerk (if II... I'lrcult court of llriid- Washing Polishing '
day. ford iv.unly. lo'l I I I Remember the services at Pine Joseph 1> film. nnlnexvllle., Attorney
Level every Sunday morning. Sun- I Mr. and Mrs. Frank Polk are fur Plaintiff... (9 l-l ih 41 7-0
day School at 11 visiting Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Russ CERTIFIED LUBRICATION
a. m. Young IV TIM inn IT r it i'it T OFFI.flllln' '
People's Meeting 6:30 this week. bI U 11'1'11 .II 1111 'I.
I I 1 Church p. m. Mr. IIKIlr.. lAM: ) .'011 llltllKOIIII Polishing & Waxing By Appointment
Services 8:30: p. m. Every and, Mrs. L. O. Hazen and I'lll'NTY.F.I.I. . :
one welcome. daughter Minnie Lou were visiting ..V K hWINYKR, Joined
George Hazen Sunday. I' by her hiixliand, WIILIAMSW1NYKH OnlyStandard

. . . . . . Jo' rinlntlffn I w

Graham Oil Products
got' YIII': I KM. ll Vlil'Nfl. KVRLYNSTKVKNSH .


. . . eg I'liMTANY,: Orlando,
I, Do ynunwK at hums JL Florida' ,
Each kit contain, Tor COt
and Mrs. Nate Dyal and ) Diftiwntitvtt Hulution, Zf Pefendantn."O'I'I'KIt

son Tommy and Pat Casey spent .r .wave hamprio art Hnfc, rurlera M ny and bark"ffiiRftauMa. ** IM hereby ordered I that you SERVICE STATION
the week-end with friends in 'i. CM a Chirm-Hurl as iMwr. are required 1'0 appear. on th\l"Ih
lny of July. A. I'. mis. before the. VAN II. CAMDEN Mjrr.! STAIIKE, FLA.
High Springs. Koch above entitled, Court and l to answer
Drug Storeiv Cor. Temple Ave & Call St.
Miss Luella Davis of State Farmis the bill of complaint filed nmilnxt .
you In the above entitled ,
nitri'iT ( cIII'r. mi \nl'nlln cause .
spending this week with Miss ('OI'vrv.' FLOIII'I iv tiif*,.
Mary Ellen Wasdin. ('Kiir.n : .
nnl.. Hoffman
Arnold Wasdln of Jacksonville > lietter. Plaintiff, .
vs Harold Shufonl letter. Defen
spent the week-end with his parents dant. CaxA. No. 3><38OIUiElt .

Mr. and Mrs. Math Wasdln. ANn !NOT OF 11'10 prriUICATION
: TO AlM'KAll
Mrs. E. T. Young and daughter STATE OF FU>11M>\ to-: Harold 1 A New "House of
Eloise in Shuford Defter Whose. address. IH. Magicll'for
this week. are visiting Georgia Carolina.% A. L. Delter Mnlden, South

P E Frank Thomas has started hauling You are requln-d to appear on
July 16th. 1A4&, In the nbova named
concrete blocks tor the construction Court and cause. .. wherein pl..ln.lift *

tfStSSlSil- of the Baptist Church. of maiden eeka. name divorce. Knidfurd and, restoration County
: Building will start as soon as Telegraph, shall rubllxh. thin' Ordern Postwar America
all the material is available i next four weekly Issues.
Witness my hnnil and official'
torn :.. p0 Mrs. Maxine Imler and Mrs seal .
Aaa, oo"b.4 :: sightly:.Jivf, ::; BS H. C. Surrency spent several days ISth, at 1918.OFFICIAL Starke. Florida this June

." aaa l litas.. ,.. b. ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas ,
10'4 .,\ last week with Marine Surrencyat AH. Clerk of said Court.T. .
ogra raeaoaa.r' .rhea tarn Into yaYlag. his base in Pensacola.Mrs. Frank i.andruu6 Htarke, Florida.
h..)dn1 I 2 .g1.. .nd. a l'I\c h for 40 --- Selma Flerstone is spending Atty. for Vlt. .1S Itt 7-5 u

whlt..(10 c".II.CO\. :,,...'". ov:o. aaat1) relatives in
g1) vacation with
.. a ("'I II f TIT crtriiT. "
1111 turoltltCIII'V'I'Y
.. .'t'f. of the of and
1 a0.aa'.. Sayre spill 1100" ".._..laa... Or1le Jacksonville and other nearby FLONIOII IV ('It ,,,_ . .one strongest guarantees progress .' rf
"ninnte.. 0. op. Tight cur r'hln,, communities.Mr. l'IIIY.Doris. 1)111 l Iteatty Plaintiff :;,
.a6JA3; aeern n' y ", lib.hrown and Mrs. B. A. Clark and va. Klmer Arthur Marsh Defendant world peace is continuous scientific preparedness :jv, t ,

.with c.c"; \ .cC.; 9gedl1loatcc.: daughter Jackie of Tampa spent Case No. 3898.OrtiElt .
\ ,
hvl. '"a .tt': Sunday afternoon with Mr. and > NOTIC13! TO APPKA11 through industrial research. \
." Mrs. T. L,. Casey. Jackie remained PTATB OF FI.oIUI'A to: Elmer
n Arthur Marsh whose aclilrena IH. %! ,
for a longer visit.Brooker. H. T. Uoblnxon. 728 6th Street
\ talon, New :Mexico.'

: . . . . . You lire required' to aiipear on
July 10th, 11145 In the above nnmrd -
and a ,I Court and rouse. wherein plain "General Electric has approved electricity, metallurgy, electronics anti
bottle tiff seeks divorce and restoration
/ of of maiden name. Itrailford, County plans for a new $8,000,000 chemistry but also through reduced cost -
Telegraph shah publish thin' Order
By Joyce AtklnBon In next four weekly Issues Research Laboratory. This expenditure and increased efficiency as in the
. . . . Witness my hand and official
has tremendous significance. modern incandescent lamp.
sparkling seal at Starke. Florid, thin June

SUIMMINO: : PARTY (1.1th.OFFh'I.Ih9E.IL:1415. ) A..I. Thomas. Scientific research has contributed much "Even more than in the past the laboratory -
AH Clerk: of mild, Court
r Mr. and Mrs. Charles II. Croft T. Frank. undrum. Staike Florida, to our progress as a nation. will emphasize research in pure
and children Charles Jr.. Anna Atty. for Pit B-1B 4t 11EXPERT \ "Many things have been discovered science-continuing and expanding the

of Katherine Graham, Jonny, Ky.,and were Sarah honored Jane during this war, and we can and must work begun by Dr. Whitney and the late

with a swimming party at Hamptcrt develop them into better things for Dr. Steinmetz forty-five years ago.

Lake Friday afternoon. Aftera peacetime. "To find new facts of the physical

good swim supper was served -b ; S "Today we have 550 research people world, to extend the limits of knowledge
the water. Those
picnic enjoying style this by occasion with the on our staff. These new facilities will is a forward step in creating More

Beer Crofts were: Mr. and Mrs. Harry not only give increased outlet, for their Goods for More People! at Leas! Cost."

Ware of St. Petersburg Mr. and abilities, but will provide opportunities

Mrs. Lewis demons Yvonne Har- '. for new research minds with new talents. "'_
rell, Mr. anti Mrs. A. A. Edwardsand
:y eon. .flldtn son Harry Mr and Mrs. M. :I "From this new laboratory we think / .

O. Harrell and daughter Katherine, f new achievements will come. In the past, tf: !!?' z.

Mrs. Beulah Harrell, Mr. and Mrs. G-E research has contributed much to
Edwards, Mrs. Bill Plum-
T. B.
better living in America-.not only PreiiJentGENKKAL
mer and Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Edwards

through new developments in x-ray, ELECTRIC COMPANY
O Favorites among the WORKMANSHIP _
Miss Louise Blosa spent a few

Southeast's great array tt t days with relatives in Hampton.

of regional delights, 0 t: to R Mr. and Mrs. Z. W. Hamilton .
and aons Thomas and James have
Southern Spoon Bread '!" spent a few weeks at Salt ALD WORK

and JAX Beer hold their Springs. s k asee)71N
place near the top of the Miss Madge Bloss spent several ...Jti
with Miss
days af Forrest Grove .
popularity list. Fitting
Evangeline Cassels. C.IX ENTRUST YOUR

companion for any meal Mrs Mallory Thomas Mrs Rosa FINEST WATCH TO OUR
is golden flavorful CAnE w

bottle of JAX, the Drink of Friendship. Corner Call and Christian Sts. i
r Rev. \\". O. Smodley, Pastor ,
Here is a truly fine brew, a great regional Services as follows:

'favorite of the Southeast- made espe- Bible School each Sunday at TheSTAG

daily to suit.the tastes of people in our 10 a. m.Preaching. and communion ser- ; a M

own region. vices at 11 a. m. and 8:00: p. m. Carter BIdg., Starke
Prayer meeting each Wednesday -

=== O Check JAX for mellow, thirst- at 8:00 p. m. I .. _

==-== quenching goodness that satisfies, to the ;

::::::::: last, lively drop! You'll find that any _r_ Our Specialty. . ,-,-

=:::-::; time of day beforewith and after meals --' Homemade Chili Hot Dogs Sandwiches

l' New ..mllllon-e'ellarO'l' .....,." ..b.r..CFYwifbe feet of floor(pace will ccommoda'.an eipandtxl poet-
-JAX-the Drink of Friendship-is a built five milm east of Schenectady, New York on war remrch taf( of about BOO. Kwwarc-h room will I
TilE HOME the Mohawk Kiver. The geographic location offer t be. ncientiat'a paradwe of equipment for ex....,1-
1 great beer of our own Southeastern re- t1 OF HOME COOKING pedal advantages<< for Ulevi ion, high<< voltage x-ray, menu in chemistry, phyiica mechanic*, electronic
and radar rueuurcb. Buildinf with 300.0()() iquare It le hoped that construction can start in ix month*.
--- .-----. . that JAX is premium in quality,

but not premium in price! Hear the G.!'; radio program: The O-E All..;,' Orchestra, Sunday 10 p. m. EWT. NBC-
J AXleY Th* World Today new << Friday 0:4S p. m. KWT: CWS-Tht U-6 !/,,-
y' Party, Monday through Friday 4 DO p. m. EWT!: ,CBS.
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i Mrs. Haynes HostessAt Ladies
I i I 3 Corbin Camel! Auxiliary

l I SOCIETY and CLUBS I Business Meeting Women'sCircle I Met Baptist TuesdayThe Circle Honored MondayA BridgeLuncheonMrs. entertainedat Auxiliary The social Of meeting the/' the_.

1 I O. L. Haynes Presb
was Church
i lovely little garden party was held
Circle Three Tile' rt
ladles of Thursday. !
The Baptist: Business Women's evening: by Mr. and a bridge-luncheon at the home
Monday of
Methodist Circles I Mrs. Pope HonoreeAt Circle met Monday night at the the Baptist Missionary with Society Mss Mrs.given J. T. Quigley, honoring the June 21, at 10:30 o'clock at her The young Mra : !It h
home of Mrs. L. H. Jennings with met Tuesday aft'-rnoon of home on South Water St of the had d1.
I anniversary
; Met Bridge, Party sixteenth birthday program .,frt, !
Monday I of East Starke. flowers
Mrs. Ted Simmons as cohostess.In I F. J Shaw Corbin Carnell of Roses and other summer teresting t av, III
their nephew, account ,
(1''. Circle One of the Woman's j I Mrs. Earl Johnson entertained the absence of the leader I An Interesting program, giving missionaries Ormond.A were placed to advantage in the the conference.
I Society of Christian Service of Friday afternoon at the home of Mrs. L. A. Canova, Mrs. Ethel I I the experiences of prominent a choice of de.- rlptlve reading entitled large living room where four Merry Beth (Km:It>,,Lake.\1 .
1 In making for the guests.
a the Methodist church met Mon- her mother, Mrs. J. M. Brownlee, Biggs presided over the business I' fields was givenas "Garden of Scripture" was givenas tables were placed Fields spoke u..,-, ..K, *"the.
the bridge
L. their prospective of
H. conclusion "
day afternoon at the home ol honoring Mrs. B. A. Pope. Jr., of meeting and with Mrs. : setting for the evening'sprogram At the tlvitles of the J5o() 6
a I" ,,
follows: tallied -
Mrs E. K. Perryman, where white Aubuin, Ala., who Is the guest of Hough took purl in the program.The I "The Great Commission" and the lines by Thomas games when the scores were who. attended fm, ', > III1Q f
+ /
L l anti pink oleanders were used for her mother, Mrs A, Z. A ilk Ins, [' subject was "Christian Citizenship" I' Devotlcral Mrs- S fi. Sparks Ii. Brown on "My Garden" were Mrs. T. F. Grady was presented Florida. ul parI!
Magnolia leaves and Spider: '' and the group Is to pie a box of dusting powderas
decoration.The meeting was opened with Lilies were used in decorating the (,'I sent this program at the Social James D. Crane To Mexicoby quoted by Edna Earl Noegel. her reward for making high Sixteen members .,IQ.Q '

Mrs. Perryman, after living and dining room where the Meet of the Circles on Tuesday, Mrs Thornton. A poem "Summer Worship", score and Mrs. O. L. Beasley visitors were present. ,
prayer by 21 at the Church. John J. Hamilton To Europe was recited by Vivian Hazen and of second high, was givena T. Jackson and Mrt J1*
which Mrs, W B. Sewell, circle guests formed two tab lee of July holder N
chairman, presided over a short bridge Mrs. Johnson presented The next meeting of the Circle I by Mrs. H. L*. Brownlce. other poems used were, "The Lord double deck of bridge cards. were welcomed as new J 1.1?
business session. Plans were made Mrs. Pope a manicure set as guest will be held at Strickland's Placeon Lindell O. Garns+ -- To HawaII Planted a Garden", read by Cor At 12:30: the hostess, assistedby meat
I and the by Mrs. Madge I'utch. bin Carnell; "Lessons from a Gar- Mi' Arthur Mrs. Fred
for Circle One to place flowers in prize and prizes were awarded to Klngsley Lake group I To her daughter s. Massev :Mr
''Mrs J. II. Wainwright for high will enjoy a picnic and swim. Roberta J. Cox M. D den" read by W. B. McKlnuey: : ; Holiday, nerved a delightful two- McLendon of Orlando II
.. .. . . .0. Mrs. Tucker each by Carolyn Col- Llra T
about 35: members Nigeria by and a poem to the following Grady and her
.. .. .. ,. score and Mrs. Guy Sale and Mrs. There were delicious course luncheon house (Ue8
If. II. Adams as, winners In a I present for this meeting After these discussions son and Leonard Noegel. The guests: Mrs. K. Q. Duncan, and I J. P. Burns of Aanta,) Ca.
I refreshments were served by was concluded with a Smithof L. F !
game of Bingo. program her house guest, Mrs. Roy Chapman. Mis" A
Mrs. Johnson was assisted In I Mrs. Winona H Moore of Staike the hostess. solo, "The Acorns" by Edna Earl] Ternllle, Ga., Mrs. O. L. Beas kina, Mrs. J. R. Wainwright! Z.

serving the following guests by Is spending her 79th birthday anniversary Noegel. ley, Miss Madge Middleton, Mrs. W. B. Sewell Mrs D 1
her mother, Mrs. Brownlee; Mrs. Friday July 6, at the T. N. Kendrick left Tuesday and:' After this, outdoor games were R. F. Demorest, Mrs R. G. Kldd, I telth and Mrs E i. Matthew! A k
Joe Scanlan, Mrs Arthur Holiday. home of Mr and Mrs. Little! for a months' visit in North enjoyed, and the guests later re-
Park St. I South Carolina with relatives. for 1IJIIJ.\ntIRft.ltIl: : :IwIt'ltrlllIit.HICJXThitB.fDDt!: : : ;.
i Mrs. Adams, Mrs Sale, Mrs Fred on turned to the living room ,

", I Guy, Mrs Wainwright and Miss music.. We Are Expecting

, f Lilian Sternberg The crowning event of the

: evening came when the guests This Week
r the church during the m \'
; July. It was announced that the I for refreshments. The lace-cov- a A NICE ASSORTMENT OP
circle would meet with Mrs. L. S. ered table was centered with a

r Slarke's Hutto the first Monday in Au- I beautiful birthday cake, adorned

h The gust. with 16 dainty candles. Cutglass I
finest The devotional service was con- ''I holders with silver candles, tall,
\Vrll, another "glorious" fourth I Consequences" program staged by Yardley
1 ducted by Mrs. Sewell, who read and
silver pond cranes
has come and gcr.e-and the Gary Ennis at the Methodist graceful,
from the 4th chapter of Ephe- I . holding rosebuds,
restaurant B I more they come the quieter they servicemen's party last week cutglats vases
slans. The fifth of The
get . Call tl'l'et locked uptight Hear Chaplain and Mrs. Forshee completed the table appointments. .
and bar Word of'Ills Grace, which la entitled I all day long and methinks were quite a source of merriment Ice cream was served with cake. and
"The Christian's In
1 place everyone must have been picnicking when blindfolded and ordered to Favors were petite, brightly
the church", was reviewed by
in view of the fact that there feed each other soda crackers! . colored parasols. ,
Mrs. Sewell. t
Mrs. Perryman, assisted by Mrs. wasn't a ,loaf of sandwich bread Seven young friends enjoyedthis {:tizateth.4I'Jell
I A Titus Olson, served the guests to be had for love nor money The Navy has hospitalized ex- occasion with the honor
\ \' SIZZLINGSTEAK with fruit punch and cup cakes. when I made a frantic last-minute Callstreeter Joe Ricks, and a few guest.
"' .' Circle Two search for some to- finish out a letters from old friends would
picnic basket about 4 o'clockWednesday help to pass away the time . COSMETICS
if Mrs. W. G. Halle and Mrs. Shelly WCTU Meets With '
afternoon . Glimpsed His address Is: J, C. Ricks. CM
Hall co-hostesses to Circle
I. were We Are Also Showing A Nice
1: LOBSTER Two, at Mrs. Halle's home, among those enjoying the/great 3-c, U. S. Naval Hospital, Ward Mrs. StansburyThe

. [ where zinnias and other summer outdoors: Wanda Pearce and Billy F-128 St. Albarw, L I.,. N. Y. Assortment of Richard Hudnut
SHRIMP M flowers added to the attractiveness Col Ron splashing !in the refreshing . Glimpsed Judy McRae, home Laura Scott WCTU met
; : of the living room, where the waters of Gold Head Branch . from an Army hospital In Atlanta Friday afternoon In the home I of Toilet Articles, In The Du Barry Line
?9' CHICKEN guests were seated . Nice to know we have a few the president, Mrs. O. E, .

Mrs. A. F. Sauls, circle chairman lien Alexander conquered the people around who use their heads The home was beautifully 6'

was absent on account of world he is alleged to have sat for something more than a hat- decorated with bowls and vases Max Factor Pancake Makeupand

; the: serious illness of her father, down and wept because there were rack . Genial Ed Jones, manager of pink crepe myrtle, petuniasand
i' therefore, the meeting was presided no more worlds to conquer . ; of the local P. S. Stores zinnias. Coty Powder Is Now In

For had over by Mrs. W. E. Mid- But when ardent fisherman Vin- branch was in Washington recently The meeting opened with prayer Stock in Your Popular] Shade
dleton. The secretary, Mrs. L. cent St. John sought new piscatorial where he obtained patentson and the new members were askedto
l', Connois F. Smith, was absent on accountof I worlds to conquer, he hit the clever Idea of fashlon-Vg! stand while the president
r Illness, and Mrs. Annie Lou : upon a more practical plan than men's ties, ornamented with the wound white ribbon through the

y Godwin acted as secretary pro I. Alexander's . Hear he spent insignia of various combat divisions arms of the members and pre BATHING TRUNKS

; t. 8ef1r8I tem. Mrs. A. W Anderson trans- his 4th of July very profitablyfrom . This Idea should go sented each with a card contain For The Kiddies
I I f' 0 acted her duties as treasurer. It ( an angler's angle) by hie over big for as men are discharged ing a verse for each letter of '
01 was announced that Circle Two ing himself to the Gainesville air- they will undoubtedly WCTU.

would meet In August with Mrs. port, chartering a plane and soar- want to buy several insignia ties The group elected Mrs. Jennie BATHING CAPS
: Good Food Middleton Ing over the countryside and spot- as mementoes of their Army 'daysI Thornquest vice-president in the f

, ,, Mrs A Wood conducted the ting about 20 promisinglookinglakes absence of Mrs. R. L. Kemp. Mrs. SUN GLASSES I
and devotional service, and Mrs. Wood that lie had never fished I R. O. Nunnery presented a little DIVING MASKS

0 and Mrs. Middleton reviewed the . Well, we learn. something' Hear Lt. Lloyd Jennings has gift of remembrance to each new WATER GOGGLES .

Drink fifth chapter of "The Word of new every day, but that's the been promoted to Captain member. Then all the members

His Grace", Mrs. W. J. Chandler first time I ever heard of any He's a flight surgeon, you know, Joined hands and sang a verse of 6
read beautiful po'em entitled' body going fishing from an airplane and when last heard from had "Blest be The Tie That Binds.: :

"Conversion". . Can't say I blame bro. gone from the Philippines to New Mrs.' Nunnery' and Mrs. W. 'N. : '.' Let 'Us Fill .Your'Prescriptions. '

The hostesses served a delicious St. John for resorting to drastic Guinea . Industrious Clarice Johnson sang as a duet "My Three And' Graduated
congealed salad course to twelve tactics, however, seeing as how Thomas is. attending summer Prayer" with Miss Nan Wallaceas Registered

members and one visitor, Mrs. H. he's been "skunked" ,for. the past school again so she can graduate accompanist.Mrs. Pharmacists On Duty

B. McLendon of Orlando. ten trys . 'i:') three years . Surely take Stansbury led the devotion -
my hat off to anyone who car
with "Prayer" as her subject
Other Fourth were spent In a concentrate on calculus this hoi
It was decided to hold the
weather . Shifts in the business l. STORE
more conventional manner: Mary KOCH
next meeting with Mrs. W. N.
A Ellen Wasdin and Luella Davis picture; Bessie (Wonder Gift Johnson and Mrs. R. O. Nunnery.
Treat For The paddled around in Hampton Lake Shop) Davis retiring from the Mrs. Stansbury was assistedin I

FamilyWhen PRICES A WED I , Betty Brisson dunked herself business world after quite a few serving delicious refreshmentsto .. Tffl
I In Kingsley . Irene Lewis years of relentless toil . 'Lows her her I
guests by daughter,
'J/ ?',I; ;,/ I sneaked out to Camp to call on as how she's going to take a long Mrs. N. Prevatt .and Mrs. Nun- Ij
the whole family i* dinIng -
J"IlSUPREME I a couple of girl friends who were long rest . Energetic Eddie
out you'll want the best In ) I working and when they got oft Davis giving up the struggle for ..ney.

f food, the moat efficient. Horvlco. COLD WAVE : they went swimming at Strick ration points and closing his pop

And that's just what you'll land's . The Noon Warrens ular White House Cate for keeps Akins-Mayo
e rash kit contain J fullouiuvs rtI.t and Monteen beat the heat at . Life's too short, he says, tc
find hero at a reasonable of Salon*trpa solution
and Mrs. of
6O Curleri. 60 end tuques.cotton W4' Lake Geneva . Judge Perryman spend It In a vain chase of ration Henry Mayo
applicator, : Richmond, Va. the
price and neutraluer. : worked on his place at Kingsley points ann ounce
, instruction* . Mrs. B. P. Gislaln used the _. marriage of their daughter, Viv-
--- r Hear ian, to Louie Raymond Akins, son
holiday to continue resting up Marjorie (Stump) Thomson -
KOCH UIirG STOnE of Mrs. J. B. Akins and the late
from her trip down from Iowa and new daughter, Margery
last week . Said it wasn't so Ellen, new from New Mexico Mr. Aklns of Milner, Ga. SUN. MON. TUES. JULY 8.9.10

hot, but terribly crowded . Tuesday to visit Capt. Thomson's The wedding was solemnizedby
WHITE HOUSE CAFE folks In Monticello . A little the Rev. L,. D Haines at his G

The Lacln family had quite a bird tells me that Robert Lappe home Thursday, June 28. The t ,' >.> ) ,1,1NGLpN\ pN{I CEP
little reunion at Silver Springson would like to hear from some of young couple were accompaniedby . >, ,, a, 1\\R1 ::
.. ,
CLOSED JULY 1 FOR GOOD the Fourth . Seems that. his Callstreet frUiids: . The the groom's mother, Mrs. Ak- >;; \,\Et 3th\\ ,NsN W ,-
Maddy has been visiting in Tampa : address it: Pvt Robert H. Lappe, Ins of Milner, and the bride's p sS1 t O'
since Thursday of last week . W. D. Personnel Center, Hqs. & brother-in-law and sister, Mr and 0 s
Mro. Lee In and Evelyn went down Hqs. Det., Camp Chaffee, Ark. Mrs. Valrle Kidd and Mrs. Glen .

Sunday, then they all came up to . Good news from the ETO: Wood. The musical
All Equipment For Sale Silver Springs Wednesday, where Capt. Richard G. (Kidd) Kldd Is Mrs. Akins wore for her wedding *

they met Mr.\ Lecln and Violet expected to arrive In the States a brown, one-piece dress with areal/

Perils . Hear Evelyn (photographer shortly . He has notified Bunnynow brown accessories! and a corsageof love!
INCLUDING specialist In the WAVEs) ( visiting In Richmond) not Talisman roses and tuberoses. reckless

reports to California for Pacific to: send anything else to him M Mrs Kldd wore white with white

Electric Refrigerators duty at the end of her present Germany . Hear Dave Levine accessories and: her corsage was
j leave . Alton Dobbs spent the (:Blanding Tailors) wears a poker of pink roses and dahlias.

(\ Electric Fans Fourth gazing fondly at the ser face that reallyfhas his friends Mr. Aklns is attached to the

geant's stripes that have Just guessing . Bluffed 'em out of Signal Film Library at Camp I
been added to his sleeve . a nice pot tother night in one of Blanding and :Mrs. Akins is an
Electric Meat Slicer I
those weekly neighborhood: poker employe of the Post Engineers.
If thin meat shortage! continuesI'm sessions on N Walnut: St. . They left for a wedding trip
Hot Grills Electric & Gas going to discover a lot of to Daytona Beach following the L

good things I've been missing all !Io long See you In the ceremony and will be at home to
Cooking Utensils these years, just through Ignor- next . their friends at 715 W. :Madison

ance . The latest "pointless" Carolyn.. St., upon their return
Cash Register delicacy lo come my way Is (guess
: what?)-pig tails! . Now don't I.

Dishes Cooked laugh till with you've rice, with tried dumplings'em ,. I.i i We Have The Things You Need

or just plain stewed, they're delicious
Electric Hot Plates Can
Coffee Urn Openers
. Can't Imagine why they
Electric Churns
Corn Shellers
haven't been more popular all
Dry Boxes & Wet Boxes these years unless it's because we Calcutta Fish Poles Wire Clothes Line

timid'' housewives don't have the Lawn Sprinklers No. 2 Steel Traps

Booths & Counters nerve to tell our haughty butchers Coco Door Mats Ches Lights With Bat's.

that we merely want a pound of Leather Cow Halters Wood & Coal C'k. Stoves I I r
pig tails! . Leather Horse Halters Laundry Stoves f

COME AND GET IT! It happened on Call Street: A Marie McOONAI B1

certain mother went into a certain And Many Other Hard-to-Get Items Bill JOHNSON Dir 1t
6i store and tried to purchase some GUS SCHILLING WILLIAM t. SEITER

f material for baby pants . The PRICES ARE RIGHT COME: IN AND SEE US tarn-usawiWOI/Wt vtoda derO YID LEWIS
Q. SEE ME Fill DA Y, SATURDAY apologetic saleslady replied: "I'm WE BUY AND SELL
sorry, but If you had said you MO twos'-ncetu lts, IM.
I| OR SUNDA1"I. wanted it to cover tomato plantsI a

could have let you have some." ALSO STOVE REPAIRING '
i . The conscientious housewive
I.6 refused to change her story but

t Eddie Davis --- Davis Hotel Isn't couldn't it just resist as Important remarking to: "Well cover Lawtey HardwareJ. -

t 125 W. Call St. my baby as it Is to cover tomato
plants7" . They're still talk- O. Raulerson, Mgr. Lawtey, Fla. Latest "MARCH OF TIME" & War News J J.jJ'
Ing about the clever "Truth and

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LOCAL NEWS Houseguests of Judge and :Mrs Robert: G. Green: -
was In :Montgomery
IB rs of A. Z Adklns at their certificate* for a tax deed to b"1""II..d auanee 1943. shall bn redeemed nrronllnicto
Kingsley Ala., Sunday and was accompanied l thereon Tit.. certificate J.rlptlol\ Property Lal 1 law the popvrty described. In
Lake home are Mrs. Adkins' sis home by his number and years nf .Imiuanc-, the 'of Hid 32. J M Johns Add tnNturkv such certificate. or rortlftrntrn. will I
ter. Mrs. John Love sister, ilviKTtpt Ion of the property and the : fee. in Twp IS H S3 N. h" Hold to the highest bidder at .
Shepherd Mr. and Mrs. C. J. nerg left and Mrs R. W. Reese and baby names In which It was. B"""".f.l areas Name In 'hlo-h HKurimril. ., Mary the court IIOUHII door on the flrntMonday
Dina I. daughter. Mrs. Frank Evans and daughter who will follow. Ii. Maloney; In Month of August, 1145.
and Wednesday to Tuesday for a months visit with two children of Miami. remain herewith CVrtlfh-itf. No. 71 Year of UKimiH'C Certificate 4\... |181 Year nf I"- which la the 0th day of Auifiint j
Tampa Mrs. Reese' .
to relatives.d9 relatives. They are going parents Mr. 11141.lifHiTlptlun\ atmnca 1943. 1945.
onetime with by Guests of Mr. and Mrs and Mrs. Adam Green of Property: Ptnir l..ot 11""t'rll.llon of property, 1 but I
that Chicago to visit H. while Sgt. :2 tinted thin July .Ird A. I D. 194VniKPICrAI.
a brother Town of
of Mr. 1.1"V .
to know of Ity. N..r. inr ft "'I) in NWi- of jrJo; :', <>r
here egret Mrs. Berg's who is stationed with the Fields are Mrs. Fields' sisters Reese is over as. 2'l: Twp. 5 R U 23 },J. SK'i: of 8K< Siv m Tw|>. 7 1'1. It. SHAD) A. J Thoninn. .
mot her. Nurno Mirk of ,'11",' '' (' 111'1 of HrntlftiTrtBounty. .
Mrs. L. E. Miner of New }, In which HMPHHIMI: fn- U Il. ''
Shephrroha Navy there, then Smyrnaand Ir. and Mrs. William Alvarez known, ". 4-8
been in a has- to Minneapolis.Minn. Nxmn" In w lil-h ..H"CKH- Mrs. .
lie weeks. ., to visit his mother. They T. G. Carter of Cocoa. recently returned from a visit In l-frtlfk-nlf No. 75. Year of liimmnoo known; AisuCertificate '
fat' he' past two will come back I Ancel Brown, who has served St. Petersburg:. Tampa West J 1943.hracrtptlon! No 202Vnr" : of I.I I IBHuun -
by Iowa to visit I l of I'r"I''l'ly"nl.: ftl ,'. 194:4.Des'rlptloa: 'MALARIA
,of! H H. Stromanise 25 months In the Palm Beach and PI2 I foiof Lot IS and fl.. I
Mrs. Berg's relatives.Mr. I Pacific with the Miami \ runV l rt | nf T'mprrtt: I flit :
T 1 that he U. S. Navy, is M. Sgt. Bill Long ft for n pi of lpg, thence run N I j of Dnvt. l...t I UlkfMlOw Siilil) ,
in Lake and Mrs. H. L. Brownlee spending a leave arrived here 1ST ftV '" fe. S H7 ft, I B SO ftto Sec S2! Twp. 1 S l It 22 K.:
e Veterans here with his parents. Mr and last weeK to spend a 30-day fur- pi of ,i bra, Town of I..iiwti-v K Nniii" In \\lil.h n..o..rd!,. .1 I !14 Checked In 7 DaysMllHl WU
had as a week-end guest, their of llv, SIM .'1, 24, J8 l .
Mro. Oliver lough with his K and 2" Tw p Sinllli" forM.UltI.

1 w A.idreu and daughter.Km grandson, Ensign Hugh B. Stithof I Miss Amy Brown.Caw'.ey U, S. Public H. Long. Before mother returning, the F. | 5 jr;Nun, H.,,, 22 in,h:hli'h a.."pK..i1. Allrrm'ow'n i] County All of of sold IIr.II..t!1"i .'|1", 1 i."%-. I b M., inu,..1 in Kim. ill. I 666 6 .\I,

sorenson were In Pan Washington D. C., now stationed Health Service nurse is ill] in the i I States he was with the 97th Div'tMon I'nilfi; .i>... \o 128. Yt.ltl..r Is I Ida.L'nlRBHucli ?.iiin I t nt' .iiurn., ,, I SYMITOMSTuUt" :
Intv n, Czechoslovakia! At only us tllnHteiON I

Andrews son-in-law Mrs. Elsie Bradley returned to Mrs. Allie the end of his furlough he will report -11fSQ- !IAI--
d Mr Ritch Is visiting rel- .1..1. _ .. :;
to Fort
Fin- her home Bragg. N. C., for - - - -
Mr. and Mrs. Wednesday after spend- atives in Morrlston. redeployment - - -

daughter Berry and Mr. and }.[rs.Sorenson. ing three weeks in the State Farm Mrs. M. C. Futch and Mrs. C. to the Pacific.

Sr Hospital.he A. Futch and son Mack spent Fri- I Mrs R. G. Kidd and children 1
day shopping and visiting In I have gone to Richmond. Va.. to 0t' e.+v4M I '
Gainesville. m spend most of the summer with SALE A alI

Mr. and Mrs. R. G. jJ o a
[ World Moves . Mr. and Mrs. David Kelly and
Mra. J. n. Akins of M liner, Gn .
daughter Mamie, and Mr .and t'yn
So Does O. O. A. Mrs. J. E. Brown spent the weekend Is in-law visiting Mr.her and son MIN and Louie daughter-Akins I

in Plant City. Mr. and Mrs. this week
If You Don't Like Your Present Location, Brown visited Mrs. Brown's ROOMSUITS
Mrs. Elfin Johns and\ her sister
Your House brother und ,
Let Us Move sister-in-law Mr. and Mrs
Mena a
McCnitclien of Jacksonville ar
Mrs. W. M. Oliver. 9

FREE ESTIMATES ANYWHERE I Misses Betty Ann Flynn Jo Mrs. Johns'spent son Wednesday and daughter-in-with {, { ; ,
Ann D'nklns: Janet
law Mr. and Mrs Freeman Johnsin o. .
See Gen F. Hall, Starkeor Idelle Landrum left Sunday nightfor Lake City 2 ANn 3 PIECES
I two weeks at the Girl Scout
Orman O. Annis General Contractor Mrs. W. G. Haili'\ Jr., and t
Camp Juliet-Lowe Look out
Box 402, Phone 1804 Gainesville, Fla. I Mountain, Tenn. on daughter Linda Sue are Qirlvii\ g 199.50 to 12450 t. a N r.l / "
Thursday to spend some time with t > .
Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Garrett
Mr. and Mrs. Haile Sr. They low. ;
and son H. L. Garrett and Mr. have been visiting her parents In .' I'

and Mrs. Steve Starling of Luw- Arcadia since Yeoman 2-c Haile ---- 1

tey were among those attendinga was transferred from Miami.

:.J1I 'Yi41IflSUN. reunion of the Garrett familyin The funeral of Luther C. .Ray K\ WE CARRY A LARGE Ij( :'.

:Macclenny Sunday.Mrs. I last Friday was attended by the \, SELECTION OF JUVENILE I"" _.
Joe Wilson. Mrs. J. M. following GutoOt-tOwn persons: Mrs.L. .
Brownlee and W. L. Wall were C. Ray, Rev. Laurie G. Ray, y. NECESSITIES VIS7''I j; 'i
visiting Mrs. Wall In a St. Augus- of Lake Wales; Rev. George F. THIS DEPARTMENT : .

tine Hospital Sunday. Scott of Lakeland; Niles Ray of t t

"BETWEEN TWO WOMEN"VAN Friends of V. E. Howard will New York City; Mr. and Mrs. :) "
?t ... r .c Sturdy Well-Constructed '
be glad to know that he is Im- .. George C. White, Miss Frances t
proving after a short stay In the White, Mrs. Marguerite Stcinmyer, Rr .

JOHNSON State Farm Hospital.Sgt. I. all of Tallahassee; Miss Lillian BABY HIGH.CHAIRSr:

LIONEL BARRYMORE and Mrs. Charles Burton I Allbritton and ;Mrs. Gordon Blitch

GLORIA DE HAVEN are returning to his station in of Jacksonville.

Alexandria Va., after a twoweek's r to $19.50 .
ix' (incur ('01'1'. IIH UlI'Olln .
leave spent with relativeshere. (01 >TY, FLUIIII| l11IA' \- BABy9
Alice: Hennlen. Plaintiff v,. CARRIAGESSteel
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Weiger and Taut Williams Henries, liervndant.
The Benefit of Those Who Missed This Miss Karen Ruth Welker returnedto Cane No. 3879.OHDKIl .

Outstanding Feature, We Will Show All 10 their home in Indianapolis, NOTICE OF PUBLICATION TO AI'PRAIt AND Constructed {With Springs

Installments of The Pictures of Bradford Ind. after spending two weeks Paul 8TATK Williams OF KLOIllliA to: Captain. (;
llcnnlen. whone rv l-
County Servicemen. I with Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lappe dence IB % Mr. Win HennleH, 43111 $32.50
: and family. I Franklin Avenue, Cincinnati. Ohio.

Mrs. ir. L. Speer of Pahokee Is August You are 6th.,required 1B4! In to the appear above on
the guest of her sister, Mrs. R. A. named Court and utuse, wherein DINETTE SUITS $28.50 UP> COFFEE, COCKTAIL AND ,

Tues. Wed.Thurs., -"July 10-12 Green this week. Mrs. G. J. Mc- County plaintiff Telegraph'ehnll seeks dlv..rt'lrad1..r,1 publish thin, .. r .. ..
Griff and son Pat of Jacksonville Order In next four weekly. taco,,. END TABLES Cheat Drawers In 'WatnuY'and Maple
my hnml and official -
spent several days last week with Heal at Sturke, Florida, thin July -
Mrs. Green. 3rd., 1145.OIo'FI'lAL\ f
"MUSIC FOR MILLIONS"MARGARET Mr. and Mrs. V. H. Carden AH( Clerk of SEAL said )Court.A. J. Thomas IT'S A FACT YOU CAN DO BETTER AT

spent last week-end with Mrs. T. Frank Inndrum Clarke, Florida
Mr and Mrs. Atty. for 1'lf. 4-8 4t 4-27 '11
Garden's parents
John H. Denmark Furniture Co. :
O'BRIEN R. A. Bellot, In Cross City. iv' cmrrrr ('Or11T. HII\I>KOIIIICOI ,
JOSE ITURBI and Mrs. E. J. Dahmer \TV. FLOltllltl/ III 55. i ,
Mr. ,
JIMMY DURANTE made a business trip to Gaines- Flonnle tKHV.Benton Hone, Plaintiff vs PHONE 151 STARKE, FLA. I t )t

JUNE ALLYSON ville Tuesday. No.Woodrow SS78. HOBO, Defendant Cane WE BUY GOOD USED FURNITURE ". ,.

K. G. Duncan.and son.Kaspar.are OIIDEH OF prmjcATioM Lt1 ANI) .....::... i. I '
: - - - -
a week la Ports NOTICE Ti AI'i'KAH - - - A ij i
spending Va. with Mr. Duncan's STATE OF FLORIDA to; Woo". ... _ _ _ _ - - - - - ; i
S mouth, row HOMe whose residence la 431, !
mother, Mrs. L. A. Duncan. Kas- Monroe, North Carolina l2M' .
returned to his home You are required to appear on ,
NAT SEZ; : par recently August 6th., 1945, In the above I
here after spending several named Court anil cause. wherein i ,
months in a Jacksonville Hospital plaintiff .seeks. divorce and Maiden. nT .YW4 r. I
name reftlcred. Ilrndford County
Here's our new schedule of received while shall ,
following Injuries Telegraph publish this OrderIn
,!' 0 store hours which will be In effect playing football. next four weekly Issues
sy Witness my hand and official' '
during July and August: Mr. and Mrs. Jos. K. Wilson seal at Htnrke, Florida, this July

Reek ))I'Y" 9:30: a. m. to 6 had as a guest recently Mr. Wil- 3rd( : 1945.OFFI'IAL. PEAL) A. J. Thomas r
son's sister, Mrs. Lee McDonaldof AH. CltM-k of aid Court
p. m.Saturdays. Jacksonville. T. Frank. J. n.lrum, Htaike.:! Florldn, 1p.c.L .
I for }'If. 4-8 4t 4-27
9:30: a. m. to 8 Mrs. May< Dickens left last weekto Atty. .

P. m.FleONO. spend the remainder of the .NOTM: or 4I'1'LICTItvan \ "

cooperate with us by summer with her sisters In San-. rtI>KKIIllnuse :. r rt
Mill ><> INII2NOTICK : 4 t I ; ,
ford : IS IIKKKIIY: fllVKN. that '
planning shopping during i iIsnPolfiunne
your Senator and Mrs. Charley E. F. M. I'lirkhtim the holder of the I
the''<' hours. week-end following .certificates him. filed sold ,. ,
Johns had as recent 4 lHI''
guests Sen. and Mrs Edwin Fraser r ,qi t i hi ilr A 'f sr 1:

and son Gary of Macclenny and I

Sen. and Mrs. Warren G. Sanchez: \ GAINESVILLE ,
Live Oak. I II If
and son, Warren I
Miss Margaret Ann Young of I J

the local USO staff left Monday f

for a three-week vacation with PLANT

friends and relatives in Sidney

Ohio. I( ,
\ J. G. Alvarez:, MM 2-c his wife .
and small daughter, Sheila Jean, NOW\ OPEN I'f

of Vero Beach, were here for a .1

recent weekend with Mr. Alvarez' .

mother Mrs. Frank Wilson and

M. Wilson. a
FrlendJ of Arch H. Green will .,

regret to learn that he Is a patient \\1:3: H

s tt In.. the State Farm Hospital. Co ;

r r c1l91J4j os ALL t /' ;

rve YOUNG WOMENAges . : .

I II il'il'I I

16 to 25:>> The Seaboard Air Line Railway family such, they share that mutually friendly I 1. ci 1 j !j'l'

;p . comprises many thousands of employees interest in the welfare of others which f .f

# I IQ'Jl To be Trained as Telephone living in various parts of the six states makes for neighborliness in every sense

OperatorsA served by the system. At work or play, in of the word. j'i,

1 their homes, at church or in shops and on As with the individual, so it Is with the 'j 1 1i i

the street, these men and women of the entire organization.: Never forgetting that :
Career With A TTORy- CONTR OL
Seaboard organization no different our primary function is to provide the

Peace Time Future METHOD from the people who live and work around public with adequate transportation, the I

Seaboard will likewise strive in the future 1
-/N'A Sane lap/ about them. .

j Pay while learning.: In J= AS LOW AS = In short, Seaboard employees are an as in the past to fulfill its role as a builder '

Jere's the biggest "nigher-than-oxford" shoe we j teresting. Essential; work. r integral part of their community life. As and a neighbor wherever we serve.I .

Jlave. Jt'g an $Officer's Field Shoe A Flyer's Boot, A Vacations with No r .. t:
**'n and Country "Chukka". . all in one. Wear it I nw 70 r I i .
anytime experience fiece s s a r y. Q
anywhere for comfort and added
greater I ... ..
ankle, protection . Fine heavyweight calfskin . I Applications taken Monday r .. AoAR4

"*sy tiling Service last. : thru Friday 9-12 6.00.16r '

and 25. 110 MadisonSt.
Starke, Florida. Mrs.E. .
.,. '
$8.75Sternberg's Buy Mer .i 1
Chief Op
Cameron, WAR BONDS
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CO. j Gainesville, upon 100 years of Statttuxxl and Progreu. t

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aTAMae. ixoitn>A_ itl
PAGE sixGood Mr. and Mrs. E T. Prevatt and Recent
. e . . e . e Mrs. H. D. May and Mrs. Miss Ray family spent Sunday with Mrs. I Marr'ages'

Butler, Macclenny, Starke, and County AppliesFor Stringer of Hampton visited Prevatt'B parents Mr. and Mrs. Oliver HoMer Stares
AttendanceAt Hill Ida Hagan Thursday. L. Thomas, Starkestd, ,
Ralford, a large gathering of New GraderThe Clay Petty Officer 3-c and Mrs. H W. W. Packham. Harlan Padget tJ/ It

District Scouterg and parents, as well as By Pvt. Luna Burgess E. Hodges and family and, H. G FISH FRY Vivian Roberts StarketJup\!

:; Scout Meeting visitors from the Girls' Scouts, Board of County Commissioners Maxwell Field Ala. I Jarrell of Jacksonville visited Mr. Friends of Theressa gave a fish Louie d

attended the meeting Taking met Monday with all members C e e . . . . and Mrs. W. W. Packham Friday. In honor of S-Sgt. and Mrs.D. VivIan Mayo, St"'kl' "khl r
meet and
I regular monthly business present for the regular Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Jarrell and Mrs. 1I11e lMr.
\\f In the business session were B. Kent and 1st Sgt.
:, meeting of the New River District, \ part Dr. M. In,.. It Is only a matter of a few family and S 1-c and Mrs. I* W. Charlie Ross and son Charles, Jr., and M'IJ I ,,
Council, Boy Scout Marvin Ware Bill Clute The Bonn. filed with the Wa will be goingto of Jacksonville\ spent
r'I! North Florida days now until I Van Epps Ousley's camp Thursday ,
Mr. ,
I jj: of America, was held at the Baptist B. Herlong, Art Rowand, Leslie' Production Hoard an application Ft. Bragg N. C., to be mustered the week-end with Mr. and Mrs. at fr.Mayo: '
Butler, last Rut\ for an A Church in Lake Shepherd, Tate Powellrey out. It Is with a wave W. W. Packham
jp!p Friday night Chairman M. B. Rev. Edward B. Jenkins, Rev. months ago and as no action ha nausea that I will sro back Into a --
f Herlong, of Starke, presided and Wm. Wilson, Alma MJzelle, Hattie been taken on that applicationthe file j ; da'"i;;'!, that I left behind ..
decided to
submitted by Field members I Nov I .
had reports
such apprehension .
I:. Executive Art Rowand and by the lo'owl"r, Inez Rlherd, Mrs. Ray application for the release of i t a with know that In this Army I have .

( standing committee heads. Walden, and the Rev. Ray "'.aMen.I Caterpillar grader. A reprenenta! \ found some of God's finest nand e -T SkI .

f;r. The meeting opened with the I Two visiting ministers! were also tlve of the Caterpillar company; women. I will miss then a .
the S
showing of the official Scout film, present, the Rev. Ed Washington, met with of a the grader Board and to present the necessary great deal, and It will be a precl- ..
"The Scout Trail to Citizenship", of Jacksonville, and the Rev. FredL. price attachments. However, If ors memory I carry with 1.
: Live Oak, Commissioner of anxious labor, the sound f .
Martin of days
the largest ,
Adams grade
which was enjoyed by the permit for the ofB29's the
the roar ,
fur Suwanrti'e River Dis- of marching feet '
:' group of boys ever to attend a should come through before 'lh< reveille and retreat then .x .
j'j A
Caterpillar, the' .
In Lake Butler. trict.The release ot of weary day.
Scout meeting meeting adjourned after at the close a
. followed by the 8 m. at Board will:! buy the Adams.A taps I have been happy in! the
The film was designating July 20. p. Yes
held on pro
lv''. monthly Court of Honor, In which I the State Farm (Ralford< 112 House, an time and place vIding a healthy life, and I am glad to \
Scout Billie Smith, of Troop I atratlon Agent for Bra d I shaH
awarded the Merit for the next monthly Court of of the have done my share. Soon IS
in Starke, was With the help
District business meetCleaned and find a new
I and goodbye
Badge In Forestry, Honor State Department and an allot say )
In addition to Scouts from Lake Ing. ment of $1200 a year by the outside Maxwell Field Even i,goIng rJfiDlIIJllJrI 0

H __...____._ Hoard, a full-time Agent can b< back to Clay Hill will have 1
provided. Its difficulties for the war Isn't ,
i to '
: lei over yet. I fear I am needed \ .
\ Iii perfection! Presbyterian Church there at this time more than else-

t Has New PastorThe where or they would not give mea

: llncharge. I know that behind Ono hundred years ago, Florida
Rev. J. L. West for the God stands launched its elate government with the openinaleulon
unkn own
past 15 yearn pastor of the Beach- the dim of the Ute legislature on June 23. )

',",. wood Church at Parkersburg, W. within the shadows, keeping watch In the century ilnc, Florida's population has
Va., arrived. here last week to accept above his own. I will try always l.ap.d from lee than 100,000 to more than2OOOOOO. ;
of the Starke .Her peopl.have fashioned an economy /
the pastorale remember that. ,
:\\. to;: nature' bountiful gilts of
firmly baaed on
Presbyterian West's Chirrch.wife 1 and their George Sculley Jr.. writes that inimitable climate\ and a variety of fruitful soils.
Mr. have a lot of sweet potatlet'out < tiled with pride -
hey back we are .
laughter, Mrs. E. L. Roush, and and have canned peas and This atth.progrwolour.tasW.peytrlbut.toth.looking I %,
granddaughter, Rosemary Roush of ..
itring beans. vision and courage o
elI make their home in the manse. of whom DUton Plant and Flagler are _
,1/ ; s 1 t1I Services will be held In the A letter from George Killing women typicaL They staked their all on their beUet la
he la J an M.P. on a to them.
1 hurch: each Sunday morning at says Florid:Florida today la a tribute k
rain In Germany. He wantse to forward, we the
11 o'clock 'And again this year looking \ /i
oi the
> home. people oi this state crow the threshold ,
Aocll Carter is still in the future determined that w. bell leave nothing i 1
Service Film ShowingA which shall continue to bring to our dot.miihonsofviutorstosnjoyh.rclimat.andrecr..
'aclfic. He has been gone two undone '' /

, feature of the program Sunday years and longs to be home again. ation faciline W.are determined, too to bring a
at the Florida folks are aU influx oi bunineu pioneers to establish
COMPLETE CLEANING SERVICE THAT'S and Monday Eva Padgett says about a great.
pl A WHAT WB OFFER TO TIIK PEOPLK OF Itieati will be the complete /ell. It has ben hot and rainIng successful factories farms,grove and happy.
showing of "We Americans." This and they all swim lots these prosperous homes.
8TAIIKE AND SURROUNDING COMMUNITIES. coU.ctiv.lyscitlr.nsof Florida,are proud to
Is the film of Bradford days. We,
METHODS KKSTOUK: COLOR with .lat.'.promotional
OCK MODERN which coordinate our efforts our
' service men and women writes me that
;; AND LIFE TO GARMENTS, SMALL. RUGS AND has been showing in weekly in- I am Hazel the Padgett best loved teacher and program to develop its economy more rapidly. r?,

"i l>RAl'EKlEg.ROBT. tallmciUs at the theatre. she goes swimming with Sadie 1llhJ
arter and to church.I .

'" 315 know not what my future, HrJ
, t olds, but "How shall my heart
:: GREEN, 9/rte/ Temple m 1m 1S 1Inn be unsealed unless It be tlrst "
1R,W broken V'Your
J' teacher and Wac, :+-Si*.V*

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The obi.."...of!toe lorlda POWK ft,light Company! prom tl_1 pr**<' '''
Industrial d.vlopmflt.f our Hot*i 10"cfWlriKttv.1 ly tn WI.e.pbymm *troi'>M i ilr .......
__ I'I'i lh II Illli'I' By Miss Ida Hagan . 01100 dllnn._.... coneml ad_'.
i .
N e e. e e e e.
r'1r ulp' ___ til
i. I Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Sibley of

Tampa are spending/ some time

. . I hl I.. N ,I I j jt I I with their son and daughterbw -
4 Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Slble M
i' and family. YU &U3ftE7'R

i'i Mrs. D. B. Conner and children
of Jacksonville are visiting their!

i f rf I II IIIp aunt. Mrs. E. S. Sibley and tamlIy. carr GPULPWw

,. I ihl II till Mrs. H. E. Moorer of Miami 1 Is
I' siting Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Sibley -
r I h II I "
I71I11'' this week.J. .
j a few days
r NI'i "i l aW
p ________ W McGee of Macon Ga., i Is
' '
; r siting his daughter and grandson -

j I I II, Ni 1 Mrs. James Swindell and son
\: 44
I I Larry.

I VIr. and Mrs. J. C. Cochrane and

Udren returned home Wednesda T1Vf5'
after visiting relatives In Georgia
Mrs. S. W Griffis and son, SIdney. -

Jr., of Lake Geneva and %
Master Tommie and Joe Frlht ot

Enterprise spent a few days with: _

, Mrs. James Swindell.

! Miss Irene Cochrane has returned -
home after spending i amonth
} In Cincinnati Ohio. He :'

," cousin, Shirley, returned with her _
for a visit.

We are sorry to hear of the JUness r -

; /I S S& tea of her Mrs.a speedy J. C. Cochrane.recovery. Wewish _

Mr. and Mrs. Leon Tomllnsoi .
and daughter of Jacksonville visited -
ON OUR, Mrs. Tomltnson's parents, Mr.and I "The war isn't over for me till the Japs are licked

Mrs. R. M. Hersey this week-
l and the boys come home.As long as they are overseas

21ST ANNIVERSARY wd.Mrs.. Ben Sasser of Starke visited '- i the supplies to them.
. ''I Mrs. S. R. Swindell and Mrs.James : ArmySolutes I'm doing my part to get

Swindell Sunday. is still so acute
\ \ One reason the pulpwood shortage
r 1924 wit not so long ago measured In jrmn. But br the old in the
, \ the problem is far more difficult
is that
[ supply
,; of growth and progress it seems a great deal longer for Florida Motor Line.

Pacific than in Europe. Supplies have to be double
Many Improvements have been made since our tumble beginning twenty. .

''l j one years ago. These have been dramatic years too, In a changing world. PULPWOOD and even triple wrapped for the long haul. Pulpwood

i' It would be natural, perhaps, for Florida Motor Lines to pause here . \ AT WAR is now one of our most serious war material shortages

rest a bit on her oars and recount some of her many worthwhile .ec m- and is on the War Production Urgency List.

pll.hmcnl. Certainly we have grown in magnitude of operations and serv A
Dependableife series
\\lontts radio helping shorten .
t lee. . and meet happily In public e.teem. However, one of the obligation By cutting pulpwood, farmers are ;..

of leadership and success I* constant striving. Preserver \ |"Weapons. forVictory" the war giving themselves another source of cash

.t On the occasion of this 21.t anni.cMary Florid. Motor Lines Is not content I income; and helping themselves raise and

to keep step-to move apace. Florida Motor Line I. going right ahead. is important in an emer- their other crops,since one of the largest uses of paper
always to make our service to A BETTER SERVICE. Thursday
trying you lency. You need depend. [Tune In
July 19th, To and paperboard is in packing agricultural products
UNION BUS STATION Lacy Conway Agent ible Automobile Insurance Your CBS Station

..u..Ua'I.'E.; I'HONK: ill before an emergency occurs. Sea ,-:.wIp.w. and .

.**. -goottVICTORY
.M Buy it now!

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: "N' E. Johns ,** 1

-, Agency

i D. Vinlng, Hal Edwards, Lester Kite, =,

Phone IS STARKE, FLA.rewriting Hogan Smith, Tyler Jones, J. K. Douglas us-

f; fZ81I1FAMOTORk : INES L. T..DYER, Chairman :I1J.t'

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"It's A Pleasure"Stars eState a
e e e e e e e e .
Deaths IN riHfl'.IT ('0' "?. ntt \ltPOIIIlJ'JM August 11. 11145, 'Inclusive, at the Jones ex road A SH of RI!:
t Sonja Henie 1'KIIL't'harlea.F\. RI.OIUUll IN tll\\! City Jlall. NW'4 Sec. 24 Twp. 7 H. R 21 3ast.
Infant Farm HamptonBy containing-" Acres more or less
t and u c a. H. l'yger; Plaintiff, vs. l Officer..NUTIfU Nume In which assessed: Norman
dolyn Alfonsof At Park Theatre Margaret Tygn-r. Defendant. Case : -19 2t UIt....
and Mrs. ny Mrs Bryan U hit f Ida :No- 38AM.
Mr*. M. C.
cpl Swocney All of said being In the
of and inwas . . . . ORDER property
June County of Bradford State of Flor1
died Crosby LakeMonday Playing at the Park Theatre . . . . . . AND NOTICE TO APl'HAR T" \ l)i.ll: <1... -
held in with Sunday Monday and Tuesday ts"It.s BIRTH ANNOUNCKD STATE OF FLORIDA to: Margaret lions 11111 %. twill, Unless such certificate or certificates -
afternoon IURTIIU.PAnTY T>'KHT whose residence l lH2.16 I" NOTICE IS IllJtsKUY; OIVI N. i shall be redeemed accordIng .
ry A Pleasure! starring Sonja Capt. and Mrs. Martin N. H">'np Avenue, Chlca..n.You that F. M. Pnikham. the holder to law the property describedIn
charge. Griner Joan
"> Sweeney was IlllnolM
C Jones Henle with Michael O'Shea top- honored on of the followlnnvrtlflcates has I such certificate or certificateswill
announce the birth of a son, Mar- her twelfth birthday anniversary arc required to appear on filed said certlfliates" fur a tux he sold to the highest bidder
featured. I August. 6th l 45. In the alx>\'. deed be Issiirtl
tin E. Grlner. 3rd. In June I thereon The nt the court home dour on the
Alachua 28. with
daughter a party given at named Court and where) .
infant cause certlflnut numlieix and of
the ;year first Monday In month of August
r Maney Maney Bringing Queen of Skaters County 11 0 a p Ital. Gainesville. her home. About 30 guests were plaintiff Seeks. divorce. Urmlfon. Issuance. the tli-m-rlptlon" of the 1045, which U the 6th.. day of
and Mrs, to the screen la color for the first Thursday June 28. Before County Telegraph, shall publish. thlOrder properly and the names In which August 1945.
Hos- her present and .
camp Banding time the film games were played In neat four weekly InstivsWitness It was assessed arc as fallows:: Dated this 27th day ot June 194S.
the interment wasCrosby weaves Its story marriage. Mrs. Griner was Miss both on the lawn and Indoors. my hand and official Certificate No ::115"eRr uf Issuance A. J. Thomas
and around the hectic of Vivian seal at Starke. Florida this June 143.Description. Clerk of
day Cemetery romance a Fowler of Lake Butler, Prizes were awarded to Geraldine 28th. 1915OFFLCIAI. Circuit Court of Bradford
Lake Property 55 A Florida
C. little ice ballet trouper and a Capt. Griner Is stationed Brown who ( SEAL) A, J. Thomas In of ilei-ded
with DeWitt at the was given a photo NH NISI* to William II-U 4t 7-30: (OFFICIAL SEAL)

afternoon of arrangements. spoiled hockey star whose reck- A.S.F. Depot Savannah, Ga., but album and Vernon !Slade.\ who T.As Frank Clerk of Landrum mild Court 8tarke, Florida __n

n charge lessness and hot temper keep him Is spending a ten day leave with won a stationery txxiklet. Atty. for I'lf '-19 4t T-S

In continual trouble. his parents, Mr. and Mrs M. E After the gifts had been .
L carried tote pre- l\ <.ltU".T ('OI IIT.COI II'UFOIIU
Rosier was Saturday Despite his errors the girl marries Griner. sented to the young hostess her >:'fl, FLOItlL)3I IV "'U '!II-

Farm Hospital him and tries to turn him Into aunt, Mrs. Marion Gnann played 1 KM Y. .
greatly tin BRIDGE CLUB !MEETING Eugene R. Rlpley Plaintiff
condition Is an exhibition skater. But when several piano numbers and con- Helen Kl|>lcy. Defendant. Case No. 0-

his big chance comes to win! a Choice specimens of roses and eluded with the song; "Happy 3S6I.
spot In a first-rate show his other summer flowers were usedIn Birthday to You", which I the AND NOTICE! TO APPKAR

weakness betrays him. The girl the living and dining rooms of guests sang as they marched Into STATE OF FLORIDA. to: Helenllipley .
wluroe n-xldenc Is ItltlV
pinch hits and gets the oppor- Mrs. M. E. Grlner'a home when the dining: room. Pink paper Illinois Str: ot, Memphis, Tenn.

tunity that should have been his. she was hostess at the weekly bows and streamers were used In You are required to appear on flM4ze
July :l3rl. lH4i, In the above mimedCourt
Realizing that he Is hurting her meeting: of the State Farm Bridge decorating and a candle lighted sod. cause. wherein plaintiff

career he bows out Results, Club Wednesday afternoon, June birthday cake centered the table. seeks divorce, Bradford County:
IKEEPiIIEMart however aren't quite what mightbe 27 Winners of high second high Candles and nuts surrounded the Telegraph In next four.hall weekly publish Itmties.V'ltneiH this. Order

anticipated.An and "bingo" received Defense cake and iced fruit ado was also \ m>' hand anti official seal
Stamp at Htarke, Florida, this June lllth.1H45. \ ..
exciting hockey game and prizes respectively were served. .
three Henie Mrs. L. F. Chapman Mrs. Tom Assisting in entertaining were OFFICIAL 8IiAL' ) A..J. Thomas.
great skating routines .
As Clvik of anld Court
\ Your I Conners and Mrs Morgan Rich- Mrs. Gnann Martha Home and
one of which blends Intoa Hon. T. Flunk Ixtndrunl Htarke
arde. Mrs. Grlner's refreshments Norma Sweeney. Fla. AllY fin I'lf. (1-23 4t 7-13 Hours 9 to 9 Daily
at {War{ Planning lavishly beautiful ice ballet consisted of Restaurant :
a salad plate with Except Tuesday
feature the production. Sonja also Mr. and Mrs. Herschell Parker IV (.ltU'1 I'r ('IMIIT. IIIIAItFOIIICOI .
Placing does a fantasy dance number minted Iced tea '%'!'% "'I.Ullt"\1 IS .HAN
and daughters, Helen Jean and CKIIV.Rimer .

Ider Now For with Don Loper her first dance Mrs. H. M. Rlcharde and children Doris left last Saturday for Cole. FiicuHHory,, Plaintiff, vs Julia
KiKHBsery, fendant. Cane No
Appliances for the cameras. Marie McDonald Jane and Henry, returned man. Ala., where they will make 3850.

mese Bill Johnson Gus Schillingand Sunday from Jacksonville where their future home. UltDKIt o to' PUBLICATION
Arthur Loft head
the sup- they had been visiting Mr. and Pvt. and Mrs. Sam Webb, who OF FLORIDA to! Julia

ENDIX porting cast Mrs. J. H. Ritch since Thursday. have had apartments with Mrs. 'u..y. w hose residence. Is e&tFried f/tlf 8IJR
Stivet Akron after the swim I
(AUTOMATIC: Mrs. Annie M. Rlcharde who accompanied Jettie Whyte for several months, You are required to appear on

VME: LAUNDRY Vet AdministrationSets I them to Jacksonville, left last Friday for Newport Court July 23rd and, 1915.cause In, wherein the above plaintiff named
remained there for a longer visit News Va. Pvt. Webb Is now seeks illvori'H. Bradford County

OT POINT Up OfficeIn I with her daughter, Mrs. Annie R. stationed at Camp Patrick Henry, Telegraph next four shall. weekly publish leeues.Witness this. OrderIn

REFRIGERATORSRANGES Gainesville Norman.Mr. Va. my hand and offlilaseal

and Mrs. P. S. Crews and Is at Staike, "Florida this June
Mrs. J. T. Guy visiting her IKIh. 1913.tOFFICIAL: .
WATER HEATERS A. J. Thomas Clerk of the their son. Spencer and Betty Wil- son the Rev. Henry Guy In Fruit- SEAL) A..J. Thomas

Court has received word from M. liams visited Mr. and Mrs. Waldo land Park. As Hon.Clerk T. of Frank.said Landrum Court. Stnrke,

,'hese Become AvailableWill Bryson, Manager of the Veteran's Prlngle and Mrs. Rivers In Au- Dr. Owens and Mrs. Owens of Fla. Atty. for Plf. 8-22 4t 7-13

Fill Orders In Administration of Bay Pines that burndale and Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Penney Farms were recent dinner -
James L;: Hales, Jr., has been appointed Norton In Tampa from Wednesdayuntil '
der of Application guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Cltl NT1, PMIHIIIll IV tll\N-
as full time contact Rep- Sunday. Spencer will be Horne t'Kill.Leslyn '.
_ ,
CoMne Patterson Plaintiff
resentative of Veteran's Claims, i with his Auburndale relatives for
Mrs. Doris Hicks and children vs. Willard Patterson* Uefen
i fULL LINE etc. for this district He will several weeks. Gladys and Langford left Tuesday dant ruse No.OF 31711.OHIMOK PUHLICATIONAND \ -* A EyAra ffR

IMG SUPPLIES have headquar t e r s at 1001-2-3 Mary Bee Cox of Roswell Ga., for a two weeks' vacation with :- NOTICH TO APPUAR
Seagle Building In Gainesville. He STATE OF FIXRIDA to: Jesse.
her sisters for their
== = has joined relatives In Cocoa and Oak Hill .
== \Vlllard I'fitlersiMi whose residence
is a veteran of World War II and vacation with their grandparents.Mr. A. G. Pope and daughter, Wes- I" Unknow A//.In// is ('I..M..CIr4NM.11,IAL.I.

lectric Motors Is well trained in Veterans Ad- and Mrs. J. M. Bradley and ale were visitors to Gainesville You are required to appear on
July 2.1iU. lMi.! In the above named
ministration work. Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Cox. Monday.Mrs. Court and cause, wherein plaintiff .

luorescent Mr. Thomas has written Mr. Kenneth Tyus went to Chatta C. L. May and Mrs. M. M. seeks. divorce Bradford and County Maiden Namorestored Tele- DCUCmlOOUOOJmcJmmcIlCWClmrommmmmmmlOOJllCOOlmmlOOlm.rommQC! @Cf@@Ot@200<<

Hales asking him if he might findIt hoochee last Friday to spend a Williams were recent visitors to graph shall. utihllMh. this. Order In
the State Farm.
week with Mr. and Mrs Harris
possible to spend a day or more my hand and offli-lal sea
called Tyus and family Cpl.! and Mrs. Reggie Hunter at "Starke1''loridu, this June lUth,
Records each week in Staike. He
ecca 1943.OFFICIAL
the week-end with friendsin
attention to the fact that we have S. Sgt. and Mrs. Mark Mackof spent ( (oI1 AI.A.. J. Thomas,
Jacksonville. As Clerk of said, Court
Naval Air Station
Exhaust FansFlashlights many discharged veterans in this Mrs. O. D. Gay spent last week Hon. R. If Duncan, JacksonvilleFla. cordially invite the public to d
dinner of
and Orlando were guests Atty. for Plf. U-23: 4t 7-13
with relatives In Atlanta Ga. drop by and inspect our fine new
county and more being dischargedand Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Caldwell at --
( askingfor Mack Is In Mrs. Marlon Gnann and son iv ('IBrrr ("O.II'r, mi \DKOIII dairy on Road 48 east of Starke.A .
through Sgt.
many passing noon Sunday. ,
('UI1" .' KI.OHII| IV tllCK.ItV. \%-
Jimmy of Jacksonville have been fine herd of dairy and the -
I AND BATTERIES information. He also pointedout the Marine Corps and is the .
Caldwell. guests of Mrs. Gnann's sister, E. K. llaxarek' Plaintiff v... ]I..I..nJI..alu..k. most modern of sanitary equip
of Mrs.
nephew . Defemlunt CHMB No 3HI4ORDER .
that the scarcity of gasolineand
(Hot ShotIBUTERIES Ralph Cox and little Mrs. C. L. May. : OF Pl'HLlCATION ment I insure! our customer a
Mrs I
rubber make It impossible for Charles Dees spent last weekIn AND NOTICE TO APPEAR
daughters Cynthia and Prlscllla, STAT I; OF FM1RIDA to: HelenDnxarek quality product.
many interested persons to make Tampa as a guest of his sister,
were with Mr. and Mrs. R. H. 4011) Fern Avenue, Lyons
the trip to Gainesville for Infor Mrs. J. T. Blanton.t IlllnolM,

[Delta LanternsDuo mation.. Jf..It is pPsalgte; jor. Mr. Cox from Thursday until Satur- ]Mrs. George D. Green and son. You are required to appear on
- - July 18th M945! In the ubovo named PLACE YOUR ORDER NOW FOR DAILY DELIVERY
Hales to be In this county at certain day. Glenn with her ''brother, Paul Court ani i cause, wherein plaintiff:
| Therm1HEATERS times that information will! After having been the guest of Barnwell have returned to their seeks: divorceRrndford County

be made available as soon as received her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. home In Campobello S. C., after in Telegraph next four shall weekly publlMh: Issues.WltnesH thin. Order STARKE MODEL DAIRY

and Mrs R. P. McLendon since spending several months here. my hind find offlcla

[Bed Lamps I I50c@ the early part of last week, Mrs. Miss Madge Gay of Jacksonville seal 19th ,ut 1916.OF'F'ICIAL Htarku.. Florida. thin June W. II. NI WS() I. Owner t

Ruby McDowell returned to her spent a week's vacation with her ( SFHI.I A. J. ThomnsAw .

Desk Lamps home in Genlasllvl etola etaolu t parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. D. Gay Clerk. II. O of Brown said. Court.Hon. Slurke. Florida. @ ) @ "! @@@ @ @ ( @ @CtGi@tCtII@CICtCt@OlID@E/

/ 1 home In Gainesville Friday Xu R. Kalch Jr., of the U. S. Ally. for Pit. 6-22 4t 7-13
and Mrs Bob Barkley and Clarence Hicks of .
Sgt. Navy iv ( .11( rrr oinr IIIIUU"UIIII
spent Friday night at Kingsley Jacksonville were visiting rela- ('", VTVt I'l.OltllHl IV (''' \1'1-'
Lake. tives here recently. Itamny. Plaintiff, vs. rioydRamey THE HIGHEST
Defendant' fuse No. R75QORDEn .
======= Mrs. John Herndon of High OF Pl'IILICATlON: '9

Springs was the guest of. her Scouts Enjoy Hike AND NOTICK: "'0 APPEAR type of modern Serving is incorporatedin
)RIDA to llnyd
h brother-in-law and sister Mr and i. Ramey whose residence Is State this up-to-date finely equipped.
h 6 Mrs. I. J. Williams from Wed- Eight members of Boy Scout Hospital at Morganton, Morganton
t economical and helpful Service.DEWITT .
VlNKLER nesday until Friday of last week. Troop 112 spons o red by the North Carolina.You are reiiulred appear on

Friday they were Joined by an- Methodist Church enjoyed an July 20th.. 194.: In tht: above named .

other sister Mrs. R. W. Riversof overnight outing at Gold Head i Court seeks and divorce cause Bradford, wherein County plaintiff Sac t

Keystone Heights. Mr. Rivera Branch State Park on Thursday ;Telegraph shall publish\ this OrderIn
lectric Service of last week. next four weekly Issues.Witness .
and their my hand and official seals
Waters and! The boys'were accompanied by itarke, Florida, this June 16th., C. JONES
26 Temple Avenue Store Pfe and Mrs Roy Scoutmaster M. W. Ware and the 194S.
Carpenter'sDrug their daughter. Ray Frances of (OFFICIAL SEAL) A J. Thomas.As AMBULANCE! SERVICE .
Rev W. J. ChurchwelL
Clerk of said Court.
Mr. and
DeLand are visiting Chas. ft. IIoss, 294 Realty" Building,. Funeral Director
M C. Roberts. Pfc Waters Is on Jacksonville, Flu. Atty. for Plf.
iv (.JlU..T ('01 IIT. 1111"1)0110 STARKfl PHONE TOur
'-1 4t 713.
la the .
furlough (COI'NTV .0111.1 IV CIIAV.Majo'r !! -

tr. Area. Other guests of ('EItl'. iv "llIrl'IT coiiir. Inl\n..o.ii '.
A a European
s t the Rogers Plaintiff, v*. Mary ('O"NT" FM>IIIII IV CIIAV- local funeral home enables us to
Mr. and Mrs. Roberts during Defendant Case
Lou Stone Rogers .
A! ( KIIV.fxirothy offer conveniences and services not
V \ week.were Mrs. Daisy Thomas of No. 8813. Andersen. Plaintiff, v..
and Mrs. Odell ORDER OF PUBLICATION Thorblorn! Andersen, Defendant. otherwise available
Jacksonville AND NOTICE TO APPEAR Case No. 3854
EVERYBODY. ; Cauthern of Gainesville. STATK OF FLORIDA to: Mary ORDER op' prnLIPATION
ENJOYS EATINGAT 4 Visitors of Mr and Mrs. W. G. IH 310 Ollbttrt Street Oeoigetown. STATE OF FIXRIDA to: Thor!>-
Stringfellow during the past week Mouth Carolina.You John Andersen, whose residence Is
are required to appear on i Unknown.You Our hospital equipment service has been expanded to meet demand

were Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Carter July 10th., 19.5, In the above named are required to appear on !*. For use in the home we have wheel chairs hospitalbeds
Wall of Starke Court and cause wherein plain- July 23rd. 1945 In the above 'named -
W. L.
and tiff seeks divorce and Custody of Court and cause, wherein plaintiff back rests,., and other comfort equipment.
he PARK CAFE. Mrs. Tom Oonners left Mondayfor Minor Child. Bradford County seeks divorce. Bradford County
Kentucky to visit Telegraph shall publish this OrderIn Telegraph shall publish this OrderIn
Covington. next four weekly Issues. next four weekly. Issues..
her brother-in-law and !sister Mr. Witness my hand and official seal Witness my hand and, official
Fred Uuackemeyer for I at Starke Florida, this June 27th. seal at Htarke, Florida, this Jun.
and Mrs 1945 '. 20th, 1916.OFFICIAL. 01d Sarge/s Place I *
several weeks. (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas
Delicious Regular Meals Mrs. An Clerk of Bald Court.T. As Clerk of said Court.
Mrs. L. F. Chapman Frank Landrum, Starke, Florida. J. H Harrison, 105 law EsehsngeI4ulldingJacksonville

Healthful Vegetable Plates :J. A Bouvler, Mrs. P. D. Fancher In Atty. for Pit. '-29 4t 7-SO for Plf. Florida..-za 4t Atty.713iv STARKE'S ORIGINAL .

Orders and Mrs. M. E. Grlner were IN CIIttTIT CO I'HT, nilADPOIIU -
Sfhort Jacksonville Monday. (OINTY FI.OItIICH" cmri'iT rni n'r. BH/I/F014I.
..... ......0 William n. Baierman. Plaintiff. va. C*I*'M VTteln'venlda
J. Franco Baierman, Defendant. Cane M. Lorenio Alhrecht,
---- No. UU.I Plaintiff v... Mtphen A Albrecht De
I ORDER OF PUBLICATION fendant. Case. No 9437.
Service Man I STATE! OF FUJIHUA to: Franrertaierman AND NOTK'K TO APPEAR
You're a whose rxuldence In SILO STATE OF FLORIDA to: WephenAlhrerht .
Klmora Square TerranrM VillageNo. whose address Is Pfo
1, Plttubur. Pennsylvania. mephen Albrecht 32HZISJ35 Sixth Authorized
for You are required to appear on Military P. I Ilc... A.P.O. 341 1 '"*
and are looking July 30th. 1945 In the above namedCourt P">..t master, Han Francisco Callfor- The War
and cause, wherein plaintiff nia. By Department
seeks divorce. Bradford County You are required to appear on
th Telegraph,, shall publlah thin Order July 16th 1045. In the above named -
the right things In next: four weekly l..eue". Court and tauxe, wherein plaintiff
Witness my hand and officialeeal seeks divorce and restorationof OperatedBy
at Htarke, Florida this June i maiden name. Bradford County
lI 27th, 1946. Telegraph shall publish thin OrderIn Ex-Soldier
right prices ([OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomae. next four weekly Issues.Witness an
An Clerk of nald. Court.T. my hand and official
Frank Landrum. Stark. Florida seal at Hfarke Florida thin JuneO'FFICIAL
Atty. for Plf. 5.29 4t 1.30
A..J. Thomas.
iv rmrrir <'01 As Clerk of said. Court, HEADQUARTERSFOR
(fOI'VYV.. .- ''' 1/nJY41Cll.v- T. Frank Londrum, Htarke. Florida.
4*1C ItHelen .. Atty. for Plf. '-15 4t 7-' ALL MILITARY SUPPLIES
e l Totln Plaintiff. Vt. John
Totln, Defendant Ca.eNo. 1M1.ORD NO-TICK OF Htl.R: NOVELTIES and JEWELRY
"CK OF PUBLICATIONAND Notice Is hereby given to all
SHAF.KIN'S"The NOTICE TO APPEAR whom It may concern that 1 will
STATE OF FLORIDA to: John on the 31th day of July A. P. 1 45.
Totln who/e r..I..n..e.. \* P. O. But sell al Private Hale for .cash the
1320 Honolulu. T H. following described lands belongingIf
You are required/ to appear on Janws ors minor.... to-wlt and : Ben Suslow'sArmy
July 30th. 1945. in the above namedCourt Lots three H>trt n
and cause wherein plaintiff fourteen ott Kverlv's: ( Addition to
eeka dlvorre. Bradford Countyrelerraph Town of Hlarlce. Florida. In Section
this OrderIn 29, Two. 101""'.
Know'HEWELRYUNIFORMSGIFTS shall publish Alvarez.
Store All Soldiers nest four weekly Issues. iv V, Guardian.
Witness my hand and official '.22 4t 7-11 Store

leal I at Htarke Florida, this JuneorFFl"l4AL NOTICVlTh -

SEAL) A. J. Thorn. registration books of the !
A.I Clark of said Court. City of Htarke will h.. open for 209 E. Call Street Starke, Fla.I .'
P. Frank Landrum. Star rk.. Florllta.Atty. registration of electors from Friday
for Plf. 1-21 4t 7 70<> July II, 144, through Saturday

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AGE KKlirr

EDGAR M. LEWIS; Asiatic-Pacific
TOO LATE TabernacleThere HAS NEW ASSIGNMENT tense app Amerip

1141 SIEI:2VBE: ;! VA IIE TO CLASSIFY . was a good attendanceat Tommy and Sis, Friends of Staff Sgt Edgar M. CfIII>
Mrs. IS. J. NOT
Lewis, sen of Mr and rt"-;
the Tabernacle Sunday evening Can't Miss
Ituxwll. They In referent,
My Kay Moore of Lewis of Brooker, will be interested ,,0 the '
HAItOIJ X JOHNSON would want sent to you. when Chaplain Virgil to learn of his new address, of InvestigatIng hlhv', ,
From authoratlve sources I am the Hospital Chapel, Camp Banding Through hit profit al a Junior ,iffiten
billfold i
"SEA FKONTIKir, DUTY In his pockets was the "
ON I K. M. Lewis 3rd lit
I in street salesman of a Kansas newspaper which Is: S. Sgt Bradford
informed, that certain! groups fine message on County
brought a '
Harold A Johnson Radioman3c and cigarette lighter I am sendingto nine-year-old Tommy Student Btry., C.A.S.T., Fort Monroe -r..jprra t:
to He was as- June 29 ,
this country are protesting Victory" to the ,
also small "Spiritual
There was a of
: son of Mrs W. N. Johnson you. Jovalls is the proud possessor Va. free
i't of Starke, "has bean attached to pocket Bible, but I thought It President Truman and General sisted in the service by his vio- a $100 and a $50 War Bond. But onel A. John was HU"t,

the "Hawaiian Sea Frontier" for beat to leave it with him. I hope Marshall against the type of war- linist and organist. The Chap- be doesn't own them alone. He After more than two years automobile that figUred iIv1pt

the 17 months. Thousands of you won't mind. fare we are waKIng aga'iwt Japan. lain also rendered a solo of his asked the man at the post office spent on the Islands of the far accident on the to J
heard They!' speak of Christianity and composition. to make them out In his name North Pacific, 14 months of which Sunday, June Blandlnr i
square miles In the Central Pacific I doubt whether you ever own 29. J to ;
1 t are under: the constant watch of of me. I was Buck's helper from say that our bombing of whole At the close of the service there with his two-year-old co-owner.: lie sister presented were oil the Aleutians Sgt, Lewis that to my knoWledge wish
Frances as
; this command, a unit of the Fleet, the time we had gotten to Fort cities Is wrong, that the Japanese was a beautiful baptism. A wel- them to her on their joint was given a furlough to recuperate Johns has never drlVEl1 i Colon,
and worked with him all people are a good and kindly lot and at home. When he reported mobile and did an a
assigned to the task of keepingthe Bragg, come awaits all strangers birthday last month. not know
sea lanes c 1#! a r of enemy the time. So, Indirectly, I feel and that our conduct of the war others atendlng the meetings at Tommy has been "In business" to Atlanta for reassignment operate one I Signed,

fleet units. as though I do know you. He will kill the effects of years of the Tabernacle. since last July. Every afternoon ; he was sent to the Camp .Johns. ylllt

worried about you and missionary work and Christian after school be piles his wares- Dutner, N. C. Redistribution Cen-
Johnson attenJoO D.U.S. and was talked always lot about his Mom.I teaching in the Orient. up and down Kansas Avenue In ter and was later sent to Fort .!o_. ______

before 1943 entering he wai the Navy employed in January at have a been with the outfit It Is extremely! difficult for Omitted i Last Week Topeka."It was. hIs own Idea, to save Monroe where he will be Supply Telephone Serv

Darby's store. ever since March 1942 and knew the normal person to grasp sucha I his money" according/ to his Sergeant at the Coast Artillery

Buck quit well and we had' been viewpoint and the only answer Mrs K. O. Duncan brought her father. "As soon .. he started School.He Wanted

;r; KKIKNI GIVES DETAILS through quite a bit together and Is found In terming It sheer reli- son Kasper home from Hope I he began bringing his money wears the following ribbons: It you are at home the bl

''''k 01' CR\\VI OICI)' KATIIS. never before had I felt so badlyas gious fanaticism, as silly and Haven Hospital In Jacksonville' home to his mother and asked Pre-Pearl Harbor, Good Conduct, gest part of tlud
It for him. lie wantedto
her to III
S. Sgt. Roger Boythem was I did when he passed away. dangerous as Is that of the people Friday. Kasper was Injured play- I pot save It Into War Bonds. He havo a phone, you might, '

I with S. Sgt. Seeber (Buck) Crawford And may I express the opinionof of Japan itself ing football several months ago wanted to do something/ for his out during this I'ml'rgl'nrYh

when the latter was killed all the fellows who were in his I doubt if any of those bird and has been confined to the hospital America." making apiK.intnw-nts for

In actnii on Dec. 25, 1944, and a '( company? "lie was the best liked brained Individuals making such until now. Asked what he Intended to use 7tf &pt/fJ olectrloHl service| ,doing!h ,
'fellow" we've I hesitate to kill a the bonds for, Tommy'Tepliet""Some
and times would
% letter from him wag received recently many complaint Mr. and Mrs. Joe E. Wilson had wiring andl-ctrlcalV
mother Mrs. talked about how we wished he mad-dog should one attack them day 1 want to go to college JailoR work
Buck's week Mr. WlIson's Should
by last ,
as a guest
and I want Frances to go j tu
Daisy Crawford of Midway, nearLake could, be here today, to see the regardless of how good and lovable sister Mrs. Lee McDonaldof I too." DOUBLE DUTY interested put jour teleniw,

Butler. Buck was manager finish of the war over here. a companion It may have Jacksonville. She returned number on> a penny,, pst" ,

; of the Dcrunark Furniture Co.. I>i closing please excuse! my been or how much they may have home Monday. DOLLARS and address it to.

branch In Starke up until he entered scribbling and I am hoping you loved It prior to Its madness. E. STANLEY'S
Mrs. Charley
Senator and
i the service and he had are In the best of health. Japan has assumed the role ofa ELECTR

friends here who will bee A Friend, mad-dog and so long as she persists Johns had as week-end guests Freed Bonds SERVICE
many eon and Mrs. Ed Fraser and son : Buys gds WITH WAR BONDS Box 131-A
i, Interested la Sgt. Boy them's letter I S-Sgt. Roger Iloythem.M. In adhering to It we have no and Sen. and StarkeFIIAKOJUO
M other course than to make every Gary Macclenny -----
Berchtesgradcn, Germany, : M. AIA'.UIEZ effort in our power to destroy her. Mrs. Warren G, Sanchez and son -. ... ... .....,. '-;. .-t. .
C 30th DIVISION had Its chance and Warren of Live Oak .
( 7, June 1945 : Christianity
1 C. WALL JOS. ..
r) Dear Mrs. Crawford: Pfc. Joe M Alvarez, son of the result was the dastardly at Miss Joan Carpenter has returned Mils

I don't quite know how to start Mrs. Sarah Alvarez of Route 2, tack 01 Pearl Harbor. Japanese home after two weeks .

r t r this letter, especially to one who Sturke was with the 30th Infantry attended, Christian missionary spent at Camp Weed, the Episco- EVERY BRANCH OF

1 i t 11 Is a stranger to me. Division at the Elbe River schools to learn English and secure pal Church camp near Green Cove

/ t1 First, I feel as though I owe you and his company met one of Its Information that was later Springs.Mrs. i I INSURANC

q/ at and family an apology/ for wait- severest tests when the 2nd bat used against us with telling ef- May Dickens left Thurs- : E

Ing until now to write you. talion, 120th Infantry, made a fect. They even accepted the day to spend the remainder of the .J \

G I knew Seeber (Buck) very spectacular night attack that I generous gifts of the AmericanRed summer with her sisters in San- o ran .1

G +J well and liked him a lot When helped break the armor loose for Cross and instead of using\ ford. Tuesday Mrs. Dickens andV. .1I I : H. C. WALL A

{ he got It, I helped to curry his.. the Ninth Army's plunge toward this material to relieve the suffer \ L. Wall visited Mrs. Wall whois

I a body out of the way of shellflre I Berlin I :rg of their own people, carriedit in a hospital in St. Augustine.Miss (

, 1 and proceeded to search! his clothIng Pfc Alvarez' wife, Casoie Mae, with them to the Philippinesas Margaret Ann Young of ..:, 1i i AGENCY

; for anything I thought ho lives at Raiford. captured supplies have since \\4':
f the local USD staff will leave i I
r .. . . . .. .' disclosed.The Sunday for Sidney, Ohio where Constant Service Over 50 Years '!
'. -' """: '-:- '. ._:: -. - .- : ." : . : : :: I Good Book tells\ us that she will spend a three-week vaca- I ,
"those who take up the sword with relatives and friends. <-
tion ::4:
shall perish by the sword." Japan "I rI O Please Phone 116CLASSIFIED
Mrs. Marie Jacobs, USO-NCCS I
look the sword, by her own
is up
Here it week-end in St.VuKuatlne .
worker, spent the
_ choice. The sword by which they p. >
must perish Is wielded by America / taking part In the Retreat "

/ I) cif and any person who seeks to stay held In that city.J. ...... .-, :...... 4' _. ,

that sword would thwart the will G. Alvarez, Machinist Mate t'.S.Shoal Corps Photo ADS

UTILITY of Divine Justice.It 2-c, his wife and daughter Sheila PIIILIPPINESCOUT Capl.

Jean, were here from Vero Beach John B. Smith Philippine scout received -
Is unfortunate that In war --- -
I I Innocent souls, helplessly to: spend the week-end with Mr. his back pay and allowances HAVE IT FIXED Many little FOR SALK-CorrugratH foot
many Alvarez' mother :Mrs Frank Wilson after three years' Internment In a things are breaking: up aroundthe shed 30x480 feet. Wrlli r
t y y carried by the tide, are made Japanese prison camp he bought house these days that you box 2066 JacliHonvin. jr r
victims of the brutality and Injustice .and Mr. Wilson War Bonds. The captain was wounded would replace could get 5-5092. M.

that follow In the wake of M. Sgt." Bill Long! arrived here on Bataan and lost 55 pounds In them.maybe I This can Iff fix Impossible It. Auk, l hut for SPENCER: SUPPORTS Indul.

BAG the "Four Horsemen", yet as longas Wednesday to spend a 30-day fur weight during his Imprisonment. At Frank at Telegraph Office tf designed. Kirn.. Bertha Pears
we insist!! on maintaining our I lough with his mother, Mrs. F. H. the present time he Is making a West Madison. St. ?t
War Bond tour, and buys War Bonds
r FOR SALE 4. R & ft -white
present system of selfish nationalism Long. Before return ng to the WTKAVKU yeuiliim, soot
J at each meeting. "The civilian. he
houses, Including plumbing and months old. One Muck wllh'
N4r with Its greed hate, Intolerance States he was with the 97th DivIsion declared, "Is taking a poke at Illrohlto electrical fixture, to he removed fare, 3 red with white fact.I
Q t and selfishness we must at Pilsen, Czechoslovakia each time he buys a War Bond." Located at Shamrock, Fla. Call ed smooth crop] one ear * 18 INCHES LONG for Mr. Sims on the grounds and
In other DnID.
look for wars and rumors of wars Robert G. Green will go to Smith hails from Houston Texas. he will how you. Write P. O fork. Reward3. ;; Notify LDyal.

and each combat takes In more Montgomery, Ala., Sunday, to accompany -- Box 2006, J a c kBonvllIe. Phone .. Wuoker.FOR ,."
6-5092. 6-15 4tp
helpless victims and broadens Its home his sister, Mrs. No'r.c.] '

For scope of destruction ''R. W. Reese and baby daughter the NOTICE iiiiclerxlgrnfd IS 1IEHEHV IN engaged tJIVE.V In business that- FOR BALi:-2, 4 & 8 room color"*! SALE or single- ,piifcTdouble 9-year-nldl\\'or)t
14j bathing here with Mrs.Reese's hoiineB, he removed. Locatedat weight 1200 pounds with 'a,
The attitude expressed by those who will remain under the flftltlouM name ot to NIMmi '[h
I TUN i HTAIl S'1'OIIE I nt 310 Call St., Shamrock. Call for Mr. Slum and harrieiiti.
who makn these silly protests today parents while Sgt ReeseIs !Starke, Florida. and, intends toififlxtrr on the ground and he will show
+ s are, largely responsible for overseas. the nnid flctlttauH name In you Write P. O. Box 2006. Jack- MATTRESSES of all kinds. r
I the office. nf the Clerk of the Clr't Ronvllle or phone 6-5092. 6-13 4tp
Mrs. W. H. Newsom spent Tues- furniture upholMterdrefinished.
r For shopping the widespread death and destruc '''' "ourt of Bradford, County vnted; .
Prop it a f
tion that has visited the world in i! day :In Jacksonville. Florida. HASTINGS MATTHESS CO,
the last few years. Had these I I :Mr. and Mrs. William Alvarez J. W. POOSER, LIST YOUR CITY AND 230, Falatka. Fla.
i people united their efforts in a have returned from a visit In St.
LUST OH HTItA VI.tJheRdo'!' < '
e CEILING PRICE 2.30 fight against the international Petersburg, Tampa, West Palm tie; one yellow ,cow with Mwhite
Beach and Miami. t' unmarked "'alt JW n
greed Intolerance ''and hate that I
.' )1 ed swallow fork upper ana obit
d4P have brought on thIs holocaustand STROUT 8E "'LOreetesl right ear, awallnw M. .
I TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN KSTATBndTrrtUer bit left: one light red hone
to bring about a better .3
Iy of country dark: red heifer "one t
*T y While They Last. understanding between men Instead property. line mad ever heifer; one b 1 la k and'
And to all friends who
.e of exerting all their effortsto my contributed n.OOO sslea or lloniea Kant..- .speckled male, all >mum> man'
% .. so generously, and cameso OF .,I.T*.**. D.".... from all over lb. cow. One old COW w9tk
convert a few isolated IndIviduals World. t
open Ilitlnx. crooked both
to mak- tmdertbpu
loyally my rescue by 2
# scattered here and there E.A. STROUT REALTY AGENCY under bit left,
ing it possible for me to have a split right One dark redone '
about the globe, a lot more good Concrete Blocks marked
t ttJ' PLUS 20c little home to go to when I was Represented'! Locally ByF. horn slipped under
might have been accomplished.The split right; crop split
*il.t $:via .00 FED. TAX outlook for the future Is dispossessed of my home on Mad- C. IIOLLINGSWORTII left. Anyone neeln th'" !r;
ison St.: I am going to like please 1S1'
'$$!' far' from bright. National selfish- my 116 So. Walnut St. Brooker. $50yreward..
l"fo.j new home very much and I have BUILDINGMATERIALS
':ess, pride and greed has raisedIts -
the assurance that there can'tanybody FOR SALE ElelIrlC.'f: J
ugly head In San Franciscoand FOR SALE-Two boy's model, 20 Chan. Schmidt, % DeWitt C.
so far nothing seems to have come and say get out or Inch bicycled. Call for Iva Cohenat Funeral Home.
OI'H IlKTOUIH "now, else. So I thank each and every; 618 W. Madison St. 6 o'clock .'
OVKH TWO Mil.I.JO been accomplished at that .con- Paints Roofing evenings Up JUST ARH1V1SD.-I. one for the act that
t'q 5011) I K It HAV 10Mtl terence that gives of kind you mares and riding hor .
) i 'M .IMIUCII..K.N IN' any hope have done for me. And may God p. Hardware *Wallboards FOUND-Ladiei black pocketboak. Dowllnw Broa. *
;i; ,I Mill' 1TOHKS.': TtlKttnMtrr ] world peace and security. So long bless you all.-Mrs. W. A. Bon Owner may have by Identifyingand old elfrlgerator. '
IIli& A HK.tSOMISTORES a.s the big powers Insist on the paying for ad. It FOR SALE-Small, con III
ham. In Rood ; "
right to do as they please and I Mre. L. II. Jennings, M*

Ignore the balance of the world lCllirl.IT COUHT, HlltllPOIII ANNISBUILDING

there can be no permanent peace.It ('OI': T. ". KI.OHI1JAI l\: LHC'KHV. .\\- 30 ROOMS red Brahma near

is evident that our leadershiphas C. H. Keller Plaintiff, vn. Paulln ALL FURNISHED ras"cJ Last'" RHPn pleee, ,. II
yet to learn that peace can I. Keller, Defendant. Case No. 3H78. I notify hrarklee .Star
only come through mutual under TO APPEAR &V.V5. Box 87. Starke
JS standing and fair play. As longas STATE FLORIDA to: Pauline BOOK A ROOM AHEAD!! offered to finder.
Isabelle Keller whose residence I 1M FOR YOUR WIFE tre\gM\ lralld:
nations !insist\ on keeping other lit Kant Avenue, Hairerntown FOR 8AL.E5 one
nations as serfs and slaves subJect Maryland.You SUPPLYDepot OR PARENTS teel bound Andreu, oak ,'"litWANTBD :"."J I, So
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l t 4 :SF to their will as long as the July Stet are 1945.required In the to above appear named o" e Gas Heat in Each Room

an anh little peoples of the world are Court and cause, wherein plaintiff & Pleasant Sis. U > ::
AT BLANDING .eek. TO CallaSurbI
BUS STATIONRENT divorce Bradford County {
denied a voice In deciding their good condition.write
Telegraph i-hull publish thin Order LARRY'S PLACE
own affairs, just so long must we In next tour weekly Issue, Phone 1325Gainesville Box 72&. _

look for strife, bloodshed and Witness my hand and official KINGSLEY LAKE llmPnta:'
seat at Stark, Florida this July FOR SALE-Concretea t
destruction as is evidenced today 2nd., 1945.OFFICIAL. Fla. 1000 Feet From B Gate ment hou e. Cheap
in the near east. ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas, come Z05 per
An. Clerk of aid Court. Phone U. ___
Some day perhaps we will solve H. O. Brown, Htarke, Florida I
4 the problem of world fellowshipand Atty. for Hlf. 4-6 4t 4-27 >*

}t, X14 learn to live together as nations IV riKrriT cot: 'w'r. nit ..,, ?'??
r as we live together as states.. ('0lT'. .'LoR.n.c.'n"( *-

We must begin educating the Dorothy(C-KHV: Brown Plaintiff. vs An. J. P.Roberts Motors

h,4 youth of the world to their Individual "nlll7r. Brown, Defendant. Cane

LANDLORDS IS YOUR RENT FAIR responsibility as citizens Nc.ORDER OF PltBtJOATION-; ,AND

1 FIRST of that world, then of NOTICE .TO APPEAR
OR IS IT TOO LOW? :: their' nation state STATE OF FLORIDA to: Anthony
and munici- V. 600
Brown, address unknown. TEMPLE AVE. STARKE FLA.
pality. You are required ,
We must establish Internationallaw August 2. 11H5, In the abov.namSd" -
Court and CHUBB, wherein plaintiff
IFIT and order that serves our .ek. divorce. Pradford County

need as effectively as does national Telegraph In 'neon four.hall weekly publish l Issue thin Order COMPLETE LINE OF

law. International law not for Wltn..... nt)' hand and oftlcl..1
?atri +5{ '. nations, but for Individuals of all .....1 at t1tark..., Florida, thl. Jul)'
3rd. 1948
W IS TOO LOW I CAN HELP YOU nations. Only then can we reach (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas
and deal with the criminals whose A. Clerk of said Court.

acts bring war to the world. Deals Atty.: 0- for Brown Pit., Starke, Florida 4.t 4{ .27 Ti, peton'TIRES.

YOU CANGet brought s: with war them and after desolation they have to r, r .

the world is like waiting to des-, GOOD SUPPLY

"V'.l s troy a mad dog until he has had i i
It Raised Under New OPA Regulations an opportunity to bite everyone 5-V ClUMP.

-1' II And Keep It Fair Under New Florida Laws. In the neighborhood. GALVANIZEDROOFING ACCESSORIES AND OTHER MERCHANDISE

si See Me If You Need Help NOTICE IS HEREBY UIVEN that
the undersigned Intend. to 6 Foot
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In the office of the clerk ofthj Foot

. circuit Florida,court the name for I-radford of John HI County tan. DODGE & PLYMOUTH
W. T.
.r, CLUTE REALTOR ttoua mark Furniture (Company a ticu- ORDER NOW
name under ... will 'M
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