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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Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
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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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Mindanao, 1-. I.Lx ,. airstrip unusable, thus cutting off Official County Publication Established In 1877'OLUfl _
3L1ubaLIy! all gasoline supplies for our ve I SIXTY-SEVEN
Dlxl" }Jam) hides until things - STARKE, Jo"LOKIDA. "'IUII.I'UtIST. S.. ItI.t\ -
G1' In dried out a n -- - - -- -- 1NHMHKU FOIITYONKExtensive
lllIbhll'd and con.tltute.lBit bit. The Jap system of catter- I

pocta1 TrooPS and lug small hidden gas dumps of Trial
flrL('11111-"It h the al'of' six: a few barrels each In the vicinityof Date Set j
Ie New
Il\'k.. the Japll e'IIy their airstrips Is well known, Paving Ranks High

diln't, conMlder worthw and when the Japs retreat they For .

awa" !. usually cannot find all their! Slayer Of
r arrived here In Ma- dumps again to destroy them
len,aV, Tech Sgt, Bob Nichol- which doesn't speak highly of On City's Post War Slate
Kenmore, N. Y.) Ie Division a der- Jap bookkeeping.Our Wealthy Tourist Planning .

CI: ?t ot the Dixie heroes found several I -
Cal Aughei.TfClearfield .- small t
Band. Sgt dumps. Mont of them

,_ 'the Japs had dt-stroyfM simply Charles Allen. 22-year-old ex- i Chairman of Council Discusses Program

I ilappei ot by knocking of a hole In the bottom sailor and confessed murderer 'Injuries Fatal Raiford Woman : At Rotary Club Will Cost J
Sgt each drum with
an abut \
baSs) will trial
go on here
a few gas caches! were Intact .. Monday. August : Approximately $150,000 '
rr Lehrsl N and netted our gathungryvehicles 13, for the slaying of C. H. I To Two Men i Held On ChargeOf .

fnho make about fifty barrels! of Pa.Montgomery, lumberman., wealthy Grove City, i i i Extensive city paving will occupy the spotlight in :

not precious fuel-and oil without I btarke post war planning sot-up, according to a program '

a Cpi ('ouponllf! to Throwing Bradford the scene of the trial I In Cab SmashJames Shooting Mate outlined by W. M. Ed wards, chairman of the City Council,
pe All County by his state appearing before
DimtkbaflS things considered, though, ment that he killed I members of the notary Club at their regular _ _
k I I think those mules and mare Montgomery luncheon meeting Wednesday.
N while the two
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would be better a s potroaststhan were driving W. Sumner, 19 Mrs Approximately 72 blocks about three miles '
iso a i rum- through Bradford County early in \ son of Dolly Reddish Is being ( ) of additional ,
Ftc Henry .,' as chargers. Which shows ''I May, Allen is now being! held In Mr. and Mrs. Fred F. Sumnerwas i I held In the Union County Jail paving is included in the city's post war program
!do (PhU- you how scarce fresh meat is some undisclosed Jail for safe- killed Instantly early Satur- Lake Butler following the fatal which I is now in the hands of draftsmen for preliminary
theme L with us these days. shooting: of her husband, Russell planning. Also included will] be the
----- I keeping. When Sheriff A. O. day morning when the cab in I necessary storm sewers
| man. Andreu took Allen into custody which he was riding crash. into ; Reddish, in a "family argument" and drain pipe to accompany the proposed paving. Thecitys .
frfc Tommy Lawlor (Brook- And did I tell you about (this on July 5 from the Jail in St. a tree on the Camp BlaMing' at their home in Raiford Wednesday post war program will probably cost around $150,000
f Is the Band's Crosby- Is a retorical question for I knowI Johns road, about mile night about 9:15.ReddlAA's : and is is
wM County, he carried him on a beyond Bland. I I not known just what portion of this will be avail]
.& combination, observed a haven't) our three privates in through Starke because he was log Center. .. Curnel Jackson I body was brought to : able from the government. ". .

Lrses grazing near the airfoil Headquarters Company who tired "afraid the jail here wouldn't Coley, who was driving the cab, Starke Thursday motnlng and Is As outlined by Mr. Edwards the II
following streets have
of our nomad existence under hold him." It died in the Alachua Hospital being held by the DeWitt C. Jones ,
was County been
reported that tentatively
scheduled for
nit, : liad an amateurish tents and tarps and so constructed Allen had attempted to Gainesville. Monday afternoon funeral home pending the completion thin paving In the post war planning pro- : _ _
escape gram ( list might be changed In the final of '
of project course) :
(wring of civilian eques- for themselves) a cozy little from custody in St. Johns County. ; never having regained consciousness arrangements. He was : _ _
about 35 old Lafayette Street from Walnut to Westmorland ((6 block).
Plpt'rlenre'antf'C1 more, canvas-roofed bamboo hut set a Although Allen stated that he years and was employed
the owner- little apart from others (for privacy at Camp Blanding.An Westmoreland from Lafayette to Call (3 blocks), _ _
\\m Investigated shot Monteomerv on Rnnri. '>,1 The men had carried three soldiers !- ,. h_ .
I of the !stray sways. The ) in the rear of the companyarea between Starke'" and Keystone I to Camp and were return- inquest will be held at 2 tau: Westmoreland to Orange ((2 blocks). I

no owners obliged and a- and set up housekeeping? Heights, the lumberman's body Ing, when Coley lo t control p. m. today (Friday) in the Union Orange from Madison to Lafayette ((3 blocks).

I I to li'nil( the horses-Peso This was all very well until was found under a bridge near while traveling at a high rate County courthouse.Mrs. Park Place from Madison to Orange ((2 blocks).

.i-tth the unfailing, Sauve they moved three Filipino babes St. Augustine. The ex-sailor was of speed and the cab struck a Reddish is said to have Broad from Madison to Pratt ((4 blocks), ,

1110, courtesy of theirs, If- -all over 18-In with them. taken; into custody on May 4 at tree. Sumner was thrown from told officers that she shot her :Bay from Lnfayctte to Center ((4 blocks). _ _

Jhrre was the attached And this wa all \ery well Palm Beach and at the time of the cab into another tree and husband with a pistol during a Monroe from Madison to Lafayette (2 blocks). _ _
If he miiHlclant! would Private P. told me, until the his Coley was also th clear. family argument.Wainwright. I
-( arrest he was w e a ring a row n South from Walnut to Water ((5 blocks),
the steeds.! The Dixie officers one morning found out rtascclc Sumner's body was placed with '
ring and a Mexican belt, Thompson from Madison to South (1 block).
too glade about the little nettt and came DeWitt C. Bill
rot'n'I''e only both identified Jones funeral home
as belonging to Cherry from Madison to South ((1 block),
stampeding down to halt pro- the slain man. Also found In his and Coley was carried to a';' For Vet _ _
Homesteads Water (formerly Weller) fiom Call to Tenth ((7 blocks).
| look at those damyankee ceedings. I Gainesville hospital.
e possession .
Iocs disbanded but were traveller's checks I I Jefferson from Church to ThompHon ((2 blocks).
above will show you the The house was totaling $280 and identificationcards - Receives Notice
Itiefied havoc the selective because there was nothing in the belonging to Funeral service for James W, |I Jackson from Water to Thompson ((3 blocks). _ _
le snatchee system has play- books to cover this exact situation . In conversation Montgomery.with officers Sumner were held Sunday after -- ----- Jackson from Walnut to Temple ((2 blocks), \

ong our southern serena- the three culprits (or maybe here, during which he discussed noon in the Church of God with I, Pratt from Walnut to Templa ((2 blocks). t ,
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victims) were restricted to the the crime freely, Allen stated that the Rev. C. H. Harper conductingand : Clark from Jackson to Jefferson ((1 block).

t first "combat" mission perd company area for seven days for Montgomery had picked him up DeWitt C. Jones In chargeof 7th from Water (Weller) to Cherry ((2 blocks),
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| by our musical cavalry "misuse of government property" near Atlanta and was giving him arrangements.. Interment was 8th from Water (Weller) to Lake ((7 blocks). _ _

i complete reconnaissance oflaistdeep -"property" meaning, of course, a free ride to South Florida. The' in Crosby Lake cemetery I Clark from 8th to 10th ((3 blocks).

grass In the vicln- three cots, six blankets, and three elderly man even paid for Allen Air. Sumner ws born In Col Washington from Water to Church ((1 block). _____

if the airstrip, searching mosquito bars! meals and lodging, the ex- fir for C C C been In Starke since 1941 Surviving _ _
Japs-but Jap
gaso- stated. He referred to his benefactor McMahon from Washington to 10th (2 blOCks), _ _
A recent cloudburst had (Why do they call a private once in conversation as "a are his parents, Mr. and
Lake from Washington to 10th ((2 blocks).
roads Impassable, made the a private?) I Mrs. Fred F. Sunnier; threeoroiners
sporty old sob. officers said. L .. Grand from W/mhlnf'trio.. tn inth. II. hl. Judge A. Z. Adkins will preside uewey, ,A \:. ana Earl I --00.0.- -- --- - ----"
at the trial' and Zack'H. Sumner, all of-Stnrke; three sisters \ I :; ; ;; In the program, an outlined by Mr Edwards!; is/ one- i :

tal Volunteersf New USO Director I Douglas .of Gainesville will de Mrs. R. E. Simmons, Camp fourth nil!. of storm sewer on Clark and Temple; surface treatmenton ______

f Red Cross', Has Wide ExperienceIn fend Allen.Double. Blanding and Mrs. Lois Wainwright Walnut,' Call, ,and Cherry; widening and deepening canal from. 'I'i.I
and MiaS Patricia Ann I Tempi\!! ttf Androwd Bay; widenIng 'Jilt dtepeiifajr, (fitc1\'tttonf'IIUt"! : .

teen At Camp Youth WorkFrom Sumner, Starko and his grand-J J to railroad on old course; concrete bridges over canal, north Orange _
_ _
Parkers parents. St.; concrete bridges over canal, north Myrtle St. ;, ; i J JMr.
[th a tempting array ot'good Pittsburg, Pa., comes '
Pallbearers were follow em-
I :! Edwards also stated that an Incinerator for the disposal
to eat slabs of cake Mrs. Elizabeth Hornick, new director of Orange Bus Lines.
of garbage la definitely on 'the city's: "must" list, and it la also considered I
|os, ice cream, ice cold milk, of the Starke USO to succeed -- .
nj coffee, and fresh fruits Mrs. Sue Uateman who was Warned By CityThe Services for Curnel Jackson -- possible that two streets may be paved In Reno; one north.

I new Red Cross canteen forIn recently transferred to the USO Coley were under the direction of N. I). W.I\\UK1HT, JR. and' south, one east and went with the necessary/ drainage

troops at Camp Blan- in Oklahoma City. A n active DeWitt C. Jones and rites were A veteran's 40-acre homestead The Rotary program WitS In charge of C. II. Nasworthy, chairman _ _
Personnel Center opciie leader In educational fields, Mrs. eternal war against double held Wednesday afternoon In of the club's Community Service Committee. Mr. Nasworthy
lay, Hornick, a graduate of the University parking will be wagad with renewed Pleasant Grove Cemetery, Abbe act, authored and guided throughthe gave a brief outline of the duties of his committee and announced

flag the canteen for their ; of Pittsburgh has been activities vigor starting NOW, according ville, Ga. legislature by Bradford as one of Its objectives for the year a more effective sponsorship

[time on Tuesday volunteer director and girl's advisorof to an announcement yes- Coley was bom in White County's representative N" D. of Boy Scout Troop No. 70. _ _

rs from the Bradford Coun- I the Arsenal Junior High School terday by Mayor Chas. A. Darby. County, Ga., in 1908, the son of WalnwrlRht, Jr.. Is attracting .
N Cross took over all three ,in Plttsburg for the past seven Local police have been instructed the late Mr. and Mrs. Wiley Co- considerable attention over the

and will repeat! this service years, ard has been a memberof to break up double parking, ley. Surviving are his wife, Ethel; state and Is the subject of a recent Capt. Futch Back Candidate

ptuiday. the Educational Staff of the first with a warning, and late one daughter. Bertha Ree; three article In the Miami Dally From Long Tour Of Darby _

lie who served YWCA. In civic circles she has with arrests for persistent offen. sons, William, Tony Lee, and News.
Tuesdayfrom volunteer hours with all of Mr. Wainwright has just returned In Pacific
served many ders.This Robin Douglas Coley, Duty
12 noon to 6 p. m., the Office of Civilian Defense as action Is being taken fol. Starke; one brother, S-Sgt Jeasle to his home In Starke from For Re-Election

| C. A. Knight Mrs. Frank well as other community Inter- lowing a recent meeting of the Coley of Daytona Beach and one the lengthy! IcgUlatlve session In Capt. Merrill C. Futch was .

Mrs. S. E. Sparks, Mrs. ests. City Council at which the double sister, Mrs. ROMa McKenaey! of Tallahassee and explains his bill back at home this week greeting !

I Olson and Mrs. O. L. Beaa- Mother of three grown children, parking menace was discussedand Georgia. as follows: "Any honorably discharged -I family and friends, and most Important Mayor Charles A. Darby announced .
Mrs. Hornick is much interestedIn It was decided that the practice veterans of the armed' yesterday that. he will be '
rom 7 p. m. to 12 midnight, must be abolished in the services of the U. S. during World of all-renewing acquaintance f
w, G. Strlngfellow, Mrs. all the problems concerning families. business section. I Coca-Cola Picnic War II shall be entitled to home with a husky, three and a a candidate to succeed himself in

e Kile, I the servicemen and their Officials stated that delivery stead and receive a deed to not halt year old son, who was still the City Election to be held Tuesday I
Mra. L. A. Shep- One son, Edward, is a doctor in Employes of the local Coca- 11.
when ,
air Infant of four months Sept.
I trucks would be permitted to more than 40 acres of public land i
J. C. Godwin, Mrs.both residency in five hospitals In double park briefly to unload I Ino if Cola plant and their families en of this State, other than sovereignty Capt. Futch sailed for Hawaii I The mayor will be elected! In '
i Holmes and Miss Melba Honolulu practicing psychosomatic at the curb is available joyed an all-day picnic at Gold lands and school lands. 39 months ago. September for a two-year term 'J '

ellow; from 12 midnight medicine, while another son, but space Issued a special warningto Head Branch State Park Sunday. Such public lands. shall Include Arriving at the Camp Hlandtng In accordance with a local bill I _ _
James, is serving with the Navy. they Arrangements were made by Personnel Center last Monday, passed at the last session of the \,
I and overflow lands Inter
n, themto swamp
J Mrs. Junius such trucks, forbidding ,
INi'; Smith, Her daughter. Betty Lou is completing manager, Fred Guy and Mrs.!! nal Improvement lands, and tax Capt. Futch was given a period State Legislature. Up until now '
Stemberg double park opposite one another -
P. Mrs. Mrs. Oarl work toward a degree at been not Renate, Corrigan. A Softball forfeited lands title to which Is of "temporary duty" at home, the mayor has been elected for I' _ _
Levine Tom Orady, Mm. Penn State College and,.. has for as has frequently This so-called game 'was enjoyed before lunch now or hereafter vested In the prior to reporting back to Ttlan- only a one-year term.
and Call St. ,
Mrs. Clara the past two years helped in the ed co and swimming and boating after- August 31 for hit now Also to be elected In Septem- '
n.W5 ...ft_ ._. ..... ._.....1._.... aaa""lat..d. "double double parking" almost ----_.,- I State or ariy of its departments ding. on L__ ___,, ...._ ___L__ _S .t. ....... _ _ _
flat "'natl I. U3 ---- ---- wal'u" or such assignment. uer mo iwu mumuont ui tale i ny
\ closes the street to agencies; provided only '
announced that the af- with the United Aircraft Co., as completely lands as are wild and vacant and Capt. Futcb was called to the Council; City Clerk; and Chief ,' _ _
n &na and would be a great
shortened evening schedule has a. Junior designer. In the event a fire truckor Myrtice V. WilsonMrs. are not presently devoted to any Army on Feb. 18, 1942 and train of Police. _ _
and will start at Mrs. Hornlck's desire "to learn public use shall be subject to the ed at Fort McClellan, Ala. He May Register Now ,
had to
IP' m. and close at 4 p. m. about boys, to serve them, and an ambulance come Myrtice Vivian Wilson, 27, homestead privileges; provided went oversea* May 1, 1942, firstto City Clerk Carl Johns reminded ; 1 1X I

BVenlI18 L to schedule will be from so 'to know more deeply about through.In: of "double doubleparkins" of Tampa. daughter of Mr. and farther, nothing herein shall dls- Hawaii and later to the Solomon the public this week 'that the City .

Ihirt"midnight. The "grave- the war .that Is going on" has Instances truck parkedwill Mrs. A. C. Hall of Hampton, died turb; any pretroleum, oil or ga Inlands. He was In three Registration Books will be open
stands as originally been; her prime objective In en- the officials!! stated Thursday, July 26 in a Tampa Interests of the State leased or major campaigns Quad alcanal, until Saturday August 11. AU I _ _

tering USO training and field have priority be made pretty Hospital after an illness of several reserved..Jn such lands, and any Central Solomon and the Philip Demons who are not already _ _
n will
'JJftMnoon work. and things qualified and who wish to qualify
schedule will beequipment driver who months. lands homesteaded hereunder pines.On
rarUy :Mrs. W. A. MeAllster. new staff tough for the truck 4 he award. in order to vote In September.houlL
sUspended for a week that Is already !- Services were held Saturday shall be made subject to petroleum Feb. 1944 was fl
ro Until further aide at the USO club hails from parks opposite a morning from the 10th Ave. Baptist oil and mineral reservation I I ed the Bronze Star "for meritorious . ,register before August 11.

Obtained and at that time Columbus, Ohio, and is here temporarily double parked.Memorial Church of which she was a provisions. Any county, by resolution achievement In connection In order to be qualified to vote .

Oleo will be coming In than until she 1s assigned per member and Interment was In of Its board of county with military operation against a person must have been a resident .

w the case, manently. Mra. MeAllater was a Service Myrtle Hill Cemetery. Services commissioners, may open up any the Japanese forces In the South of the State of Florida for _ _
rood and beverages teacher In the Columbus public StruthA were conducted by Rev. W. H. wild and vacant lands owned by and Southwest Pacific areas from 12 months and of the City of

the canteen are Provided dlspens- Schools before Joining USO and I For Capt. Edwards, assisted by Rev. Fraok the county for homestead pur. Dec. 7, 1942 to June 1. 1943. He Starke for the past six months. _ _

!e mtutary and are served I Is especially Interested In the field Remembrance Service will be Bishop. poses In the manner provided by also wears the Combat Infantryman -

soldiers without charge. of Dramatics and Crafts. held at the 11 o'clock service In Surviving are her husband, this act." badge. Baptist ChurchThis
fted Cr chapters in the Methodist Church Sunday Grady Wilson, Tampa; parents Although this act Is being Capt. Futch received his degree -

eounUes adjacent to Blan-BeV- Winkler AddingTo morning for Capt. Elmo R. Mr. and Mr*. A. C. Hall, Hampton studied closely In some parts of from the University of FlorIda Sunday morning at the
ProVide statf personnel Struth of Starke who was killed I ; four sisters Mrs. E. L. the state, officials here disclosed where he specialized In animal First Baptist Church the ordn-
through! Saturday Mon- Business Block I action on Mindanao. June 1. 'oungblood: Waldo. Mrs. Paul that there are no such lands in husbandry. He held a oom- ance of the Lord's Supper will I
or vOlunteer and a In family of Capt. Struth ha Clckllter and Miss Clemmle Hall, Bradford County at the present m1. lon In the ROTC and at the be observed. The choir will bring

n the post workera be livWW E. A. Winkler is building a received The word from his command- Tampa and Mrs. Marjorie Was- time. Bradford County's tax roll time of being called to active several special number In keepIng tit

Uftaay. provided 32x40 ft. concrete block additionto officer that Elmo was killed din, Jacksonville; four brothers, has been collected 100 percent for duty he was employed as manager with the service. ,
1. S1711th. his electrical service business lug land mine was cldent.I Oscar Hall. Waldo Wllbert Hall. the past several years and thereIs of the dairy at the Florida The evening Happy Hour will '! J

IeI'ViCtl' Is chairman of volun- on Temple Ave. when a He has been posthumously Hampton. Clyde Hall, Jackson- no tax delinquent land now State Woman's. College In Talla begin at 8:00: p. m. with the sing-
for volunteers now working out This will be divided when finIshed I ally awarded the Purple yule and R. V. hail Tampa. available. I t la possible that hassee. Ing of favorite hymns and chor f _ _
to meet the Into two restaurant locations -I future He is the son of Mr. and Mm. followed by an evangelistic J'J'Utleot
>I In Starke I and the Combat Infantry. Pallbearers were L. B. Chapman there might be at some _ _
:'nice. It i in order to be and one will be occupiedby Heart D. W, Boyette, Maurice date. i C. A. Futch of Starke and his message by the pastor.

r here POssible, to the men Noegel's Cafe which Is at badge. Struth is the son of Mrs. Hayman. L. K. Lopez, Wagner In order to obtain title to such wife and son, Charles, also make: Sunday School meets at 9:45: '

to Blanding.for bWIISes to take present located 'In the, building Capt.Struth of Starke and the Rawls and L. S. Peeples. lands, the homesteader must "con- their home In Starke. a. m. to study "Isaac's Inherlt'j: J ,
with Winkler's. The space occupied W. H. of MrsLou Tatum C tinuously reside upon. improveand ance," and the Training Unions i

by Noegel's will be used husband is survived by a son, D. A. Monteith was called to make the tract his place of Ifn. Warren Perkins and son meet at 6:15: to discuss "Who \ t"" ,
Lilt Parker as a display room by Mr. Wink Struth. and He daughter Kathy. Pboenlxvllle, Pa., Thursday of last abode for a period of three Edwin. with Mrs. Perkins' sister Has the Right To Church Membership ":' .' I, t

't ler.I toddy a- week by the death of his mother, yearu." Mrs. Annie Colaon spent last I. ." There are department :; _ _ _
infant In JacksonvUle with classes for all The "I' _ _
/laughter Thursday and ages. !
lCt f Mr. G. Hemingway i* In frs Wlllam Monteith. His son '
"rell Parker No.4. In Mrs. L. Jar.1et'Anderson Mrs. Colton'. daughters, Mrs. S. Wednesday midweek service at : P .
It died In the I LOST-Ration book visiting her Bon, Joe. who has been spending the Miss returned I
Hospital, Scharf. Finder North Carolina weeks in D. Carver and Mrs. Jessie Mae 8:00: m. will be In charge of : .
1 nd Camp handing, name of Leslie who Is stationed at a summer in Pennsylvania will\ return Sunday from two spent p. I (
bUrial ?o'8 in CraBby please return to Starke post of Johnnie with him this. week. Rome, Ga Clifford. i t,he Y."V.A. t ,
tmetery. hospital there. _ _
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_tye . . . . . . mother, Mrs. Minnie Gibson.M. ernoon.. --.....;;
: I*. Johns made a business. Mrll. Christine J>
h Graham trip to Jacksonville Tuesday. were Irnogl'ne of Like
Bobby and Jonnle Frances visiting !Air
EitabUshed 1877 By Mrs. Edward Norman Crews and Deloran Hodges enjoyed Johns and:! 11/1'

E. L Matthew ,__________ Editor and Owner . . . . . . a swim at Sampson Lake Sun- Thursday afternoon P

Week-end guests of Mr. and day afternoon.

T. L, were Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Andrewswere
Mr Casey
I Published Weekly on Friday and Entered JM Second Claim Matter >
Mrs. B. A. Clark and daughter visiting Mr. and Mrs. Ver- COLD
tit at the Post Office at Starke. Florida. WArl
Jackie of Jacksonville. Mrs. non Edwards of Brooker Sunday. VFR/CFSS

% L.HARRELL' '- Casey and daughter, Judy, returned Mr. and Mrs. Ethan Sapp's
When Bradford County'sMore by J. : -
Owes Citizens
Florida with them and remained son-in-law] and daughter, Mr. and q IHd
new county jail is con- ,
when Mr and Mrs. Robert Ward and children
until Wednesday
Adequate Care AND TilE LJ AWTEY NEWS ;1M
structed (and it will be,
Mrs. Nate Dyal went after them. have moved to Starke.Mr 7It"fjr rrr1.
"' Of Insane Persons as soon as materials are Any mama will tell her mar- sir I didn't catch that big fish, Carlton Davis, Bkr. 3-c returned and Mrs. Carlyle Ritch and I
available) you can bet riageable daughters that all the neither did I get caught, for I to hill whip In New York City son, Jimmie, of Gainesville were SUP'lfIIl
the plans will include suitable accommodations for the big fish in the sea haven't beencaught out-swam that whale of a water Tuesday afternoon after 10 days recent visitors of Mr. and Mrs. COLD WAVn

detention of persons who have become insane. yet! and any fishermanwill moccasin a fair race from the with his family and parents, Mr. Rudolph Andrews and son, Ruddy.Mr. Paelt leif cant,\'
Sheriff A. O. Andreu and other county officials. tell anyone a lie about the middle of the run to the hill and t and Mrs. Jeff Davis. and Mrs. A C. Bryan of 6.0IlDC.Curler. of Salon"yPO. 60 10'1"nl' full".

will welcome this new feature, for many an unpleasant whales that got away and the there was plenty of dry land be- Mr. and Mrs. Arnold] Wasdln, Starke were visiting Mr and sod cotton app('ealW,end ntuuiu1,
and even dangerous situation has arisen because of this big fish that he caught. But the tween us when I dived into the Jackie Drew and Miss Jeanette Mrs. Melton and family Sunday complete IDttru.ItOD,
shortcoming in jail facilities here. mamas are talking] about dry Reynolds of Jacksonvlle spent the night.
i For instance, Deputy J. B. Howe was sitting in land suckers and the fishermenare bushes week-end with Mr. and Mrs. Math Mark, Earl and Marcile Moodyof KOCH Ditto
fishing for high-land] suckers. Little LIMi, Britt and Shelly! Union County have returned to _STCRt
the Sheriff's office Wednesday afternoon a week or ;
their home after week F-S
Mamas use their daughters for weren't anything like grown spending a
Mr. and Mrs Curtis Young and
+ when two in and announced like
so men came calmly I
sucker bait and fishermen use men then no they wouldn't with their grandparents, Mr.\ and mot
relatives In
,; that they had brought an insane man here from shiners for the same purpose. have any cause to toll a lie a- family are this visiting week. Mrs. 0. B. Moody. used
out in the country and he was being held forcibly by Then when the poor fish swallows ] bout It now. So ask either one Georgia Mrs Berry Dyal and Mrs.* Mr. and Mrs. C E. Andrewswere to ma
+. some other men in their car parked a block away. ] the bait, hook, line and sinker and I'm Bur_If he remembersthe Clarence Melton and sons of visiting friends In Brooker
He had been violent for several days and had been and runs under a log with .plllodlu"1I tell you that Starke made a business trip to Sunday afternoon.
I, threatening the life of his wife and others in the the cork each one will laugh up It's no fish II... Gainesville Monday. Kirby Crews Is recuperatingfrom
house. What should they do with him? That was his or her sleeve and grin behind S 2-0.ot a week's Illness. He was LAPPIUse
Beryl Casey, Daytona
. . . . . .
the ears, while whispering quietly,, accidentally injured when a horse
the ? >4 question, and one that no one could answer Beach spent Wednesday with
i I y $ sutis :ctorily. "Suckers will bite!" friends and relatives here. Nate threw him. Mrs. Perkins of

; ,, It was Wednesday afternoon, the customary half- Now I'm not a mamma nor a TheressaRy Dyal went down Tuesday night to 'Lawtey day afternoon." was visiting them Sun-

'. & holiday, and most court house offices were closed. fisherman for therefore sucker I'm to bite not Miss. Ida Ilagan help him bring his car back. M. L>. Johns and daughter, Mrs.

Deputy Rowe patiently explained that in order to com When angling! I tell a a New Kl\er . . . . . . Sgt. and Mrs. John Willis and Eloise Cowen made a'business
hoc mit the man to the State Hospital it would be necessary fish about you the 110 lb. Mix- son are spending a few days with trip to Lake City Wednesday aft-
t to go through the legal procedure of obtaining the footer that got away. Wen Cp and Mrs. Wyman D. Gar- relatives here. Sgt. Willis Is being .
I rett arrived Saturday night for a assigned to a northern state
required form from the County Judge and having it
'fl maybe I did stretch the lengtha .
brief visit with Mrs. Garrett'smother. for further training.N.
signed by a certain number of the man's non-relative few Inches for It'U' exactly -
neighbors. The judge's office was closed for the after five foot eight and onehalf Garrett. left Mrs. Dickinson.:morning Cpl for J. Davis carried tobacco to Can More Pulpiw
the Lake market for sale
; noon, but even if it had been open, Mr. Rowe implied inches. by the tape measure Daytona Beach where he will be pity.
it would be impossible to hold the man here be- and IIS Ih.*. by the Males. You stationed In the' Hospital] for a- Wednesday. + WRITE TIMBER DEIT.

n cause the only cell available in a case of this kind is think jou'ie caught me In a while. . ... a . ... . . Container
lr i .'' within fifth lie already] don't your Corp'n. of America, Fernandina FU.
+ reaching distance of a glass window and "The Mr. and Mrs. Ben Loper and ,
first thing a crazy person does when we put him there Well and ,Shollle listen lUmlerr Do you know Well,Britt how son, Harry, Henry Loper and New RiverBy

t is to break out the window and try to cut his own or Ilk ? Mrs. Clyde Bradley and son,
about Llsh Jr.
U e t "o n,
t someone else's throat with a piece of glass," Mr. Okay, then you should know Dale were shopping In Palatka . . The. School. . . NEYflLYREDECORAT1EDMIII {
'? Rowe said. o
t where the late :Mr. Bone Router Friday.
' But these are only the preliminary obstacles that lived, Just this tilde of New Mrs. S. R. Swindell and Mrs The revival meeting at the
's beset those who are burdened with the responsibilityof River, and If you do, perhapsyou I E. S. Sibley and daughter, Ruth, Baptist Church Is progressing
dealing with insane persons. The really big obstacle know that there's a good were shopping in Starke Thursday nicely. It will continue through / IGAN'S<< f3I2IL

: ry, is getting the patient finally into the State Hospital bit of fishing'' ; Irotmd--or water \ Sunday with i a basket dinner.
t 14 t ,y where he may be cared for without endangering -Juttt behind the Hosier farm. Mrs. J. C. Cochrane and daughter Visiting ministers are bringing
v the lives of himself and others. Overcrowded condi- I I don't remember exactly what Irene, and Mrs. Martha Cas- some wonderful messages and ENJOY YOUR '
i tions at the State Insane Asylum make it almost impossible year it was, but the two years tleberry visited in Hampton Wednesday I everyone is cordially invited to AND HliBIIBl'!
been what farmers
before had attend. .
to enter a patient there with degree of \
i, any call "wet years" and the fish in Mr. and Mrs, Leslie Green and }
'a : promptness. Mr. and W. W Packham and 't .
New River had multiplied] in children of Brooker and Mrs. Bill -, "
; ARM 3-c and Mrs. Leonard Van ,
l In the under -
{ all
I case discussion Deputy Rowe -
_ numbers width and length until Eppg visited their grandson, Earl Phillips and daughter Patricia
could advise the perplexed men was to take the insane during the followingthe IJr
dry year Dennison In Gainesville recently.Earl were recent visitors of Mr. and
c'' p T i man back home and that the sheriff would go two wet years that little fish- has just finished Navy boot Mrs G. W. Andrews. .o :? ;
{,\ f ,", out later and see if he could get him into a padded cell Ing hole behind the Rosier farm training. Mrs. Stafford Crews and Mrs ; ) In The Cleanest

&. + 5 ,1' at the State Prison Farm. Fortunately, in this case, was a fisherman's paradise. Mr L. R. Britt and son Elbertof DeWitt Raulerson were shoppingin Spot in Town
the man's violence subsided and he did no bodily harm Ono day little Llsh, Britt, Lake Geneva visited the Gainesville Tuesday.
n + fi w to any member of his family. But it could have been Shelly and I met at the riverto Thomas family Monday. Mrs. Florence Connor, Mrs.

p, a very different story, and the utter helplessness of do a little noon-hour flailing. Mrs. S. E. Trlest and children Vergle Crawford and children, CALL STREET AT THE RAILROAD
; They knew 11 lot more about Edward and Irene, yt ;Midway .
to' everyone concerned in this case is what struck us as Eva Mae, Llllie Mae, Leon and
: lA c deplorable.The New Klter than I did therefore Irvin were shopping in Starke and Martha Jane Connor of Lake
a State Hospital for the Insane was contacted they were catching the big Friday City were visiting Mr. and Mra.
t one while I pulled In the little A. P. Johns and family Saturday.Mrs. .
: and authorities here were told that they would be no- ones, and mighty few and I Willis Swindell of Jacksonville Johnnie Andrews and ICE COLD WATERMELONS
; tified as soon as the patient could be accpmmodatfcd. A mighty little at that. One of visited his mother, Mrs. S. R. children of Lake Butler are visit

ny, week later they still had not been notified. So"far as those loots 'fejt", sorry for me Swindell over 'the week-end. ing Mrs.i, Andrews' mother, Mrs. . .
l '" we know they are'still waiting for word from Chat- and handed me a spring frog Miss Elizabeth Phillips of H. L. Johns this week. Cantaloupes

tahoochee. for bait, saying maybe I'd Starke spent the week-end with Mrs. Della Thomas and son, .
This isa''' sad stat of affairs and one that is catch a big> one with It, her father, D. J. Phillips and sis Gus Thomas and Mrs Mary ,..'i".'-:" ..
fraught'with real danger for those who are unfortunatecaough Down the river and just a little ter, Hazel. Dekle of Jacksonville were guestsof I ... : : .
s cwt+ : to have an incident of this kind occur in their way from where we were fishingwas D. J. Phillips, Sr., visited his Mr. and Mrs. Reddish Andrewsand { '. ?;:t "
e 1 1 ousehold. The State of Florida which offers so much a big log that reached from sister, Mrs' Mattie Hightower family Sunday. Peaches
to its citizens in almost every phase of human existence bank to bank_ It was slick as Friday. She is a patient in the Pvt Junior Gibson has returnedto '
glass with the accumulation of: State Farm Hospital.] Ft. :McClellan, Ala., after
should somehow
.w 1 manage to do better by the few
of mud and slime.
many years spending a furlough with his
who have burdens bear
to similar to the one described Then, on the upstream side of :McKINNEY CEMETERY:
above. Surely money can be found somehow to expand the ]log, quite a bit of dead leaves I Complete Line of Fresh
r' the overcrowded facilities at Chattahoochee and taker and trash had lodged. I thoughtI There will be an all-day ceme- MALARIAChecked
tl's' s- ,care of our insane in a manner that would do credit saw a big fish making the water tery working at McKinney Ceme- Fruits & VegetablesDICANDIO'S

to the many other advantages of the State.' boll !n the trash, BO eased out on tery, between Starke and Lake In 7 Days With
i Butler, Friday, August 17. All
; 4 the log to cast my spring frogfish
;: So The Sailor 0 OF COURSE there is always bait where I thought it woulddo their interested persons please take LIQUID MALARIAL for CURB MARKET
the most good. tools and luich.: -Charlie 666
danger in poppingoff
Killed The "Lady"With Now I had never seen a whale McKinney SYMPTOMS Call at Cherry Street"Where's :
on a subject without Take only aa direct
let alone therefore I
caught one
A Beer Bottle knowing all the facts on -
did not know how a whale look-
both sides of the
ques- ed, But I had seen quite a few ,
t tion but evidently there were other newspaper readers alligators and while I'd never

}, who, like us, were somewhat shocked with the breezy, caught or been caught by one. I .
:free-and-easy manner in which a Miami judge dismissed did know how an alligator looks. all the Coke ? "

the charges against a sailor who admitted hitting Anyway, no sooner than my gone, anyway
a woman with a beer bottle and later dumping her spring frog fish bait struck the

body into a narrow alley. After all, no matter what trash and sank beneath, something -
3 \ the woman's reputation (and apparently there was snagged It and the water ,: It's a question a lot of people are asking
e : nothing good to be said for that began to churn. I thought I
w ) a murder had been the
these all the U. S. A. And
had hooked the granddaddy of all over
committed and to have the matter so airly dismissed

'4 it, : l"1 is in little a country short of that breathtaking.still prides itself on being civilized, the fish play in It New for River a sucker, and beganto while t answer Is:there's a world-wide sugar short

I shortening line so that I could ". and
my caused the world-wide disorder
age, by
Indicating that others
share this
opinion is a letter hook my fingers In Its gills. ButI .
i appearing in a recent issue of the Jacksonville yanked too hard with my fish- confusion that goes along with war.

1 7 Journal signed by Francis P. L'Engle. It states: Ing rod and the hook broke 80 : .

"In England a soldier refuses to obey his superior I didn't catch that big one. However -, Sugar shortage means Coke shortage because -
oficer and he is sentenced to death, which was what was more to the point
' Y, subsequently commuted to 1 life i imprisonment, It didn't catch me, although I Coca-Cola never compromises with
'3y t ; ;; while in Miami a sailor takes a woman to his i slipped off the log and went up ,
k.+lwf i:', ? room, asks her the price. which he thinks too to my chin In deep water. No quality. Today yesterday, tomorrow-

.p," 4, a hIgh, so he takes a bottle and kills her-and then . . . . . . lY'1 i ? Coca-Cola means Coca-Cola, the same
t + throws her If ( t\r\ .
s i body out in an alley, and a very kind (
and benevolent judicial process turns ''him free." HamptonBy \ quality as always,

.; The sailor's tatement that they were drinking /
beer and that his mind went blank either just before Mrs. M. C. SweeneyMrs. So you see, nobody is to blame-least of

f ''q..1 or just after he threw the bottle (we forget which and . . . . . . all dealer. H. doesn't like the Coke
it is immaterial) in our opinion is just another instance Jackie Blanton] and daughter. your

4t x ; of that convenient blank that usually enters the picture Donna and Mrs Peggy Garrett shortage any better than you dol! So will
? r, just before the pistol is fired and departs in plenty of Tampa have been guests ti i't
., of time for the murderer to hide the body before the this week of Mrs. Jet tie Whyte. -- r ? you remember, please-if you don't get
,, ; police arrive. Atlas Madge Gay of Jackson- b.
w Coca-Cola ask for it age
ville spent the week-end with her your today to
No drunk earth
on can make in believe that there \
s is a point at which he has no knowledge of his actions parents Miss ,Martha Mr. and Horne Mrs.\ hail O. Gay.her tomorrow?

until he actually "passes out." lie might not CARE guest this week Miss Ruth Sibleyof *

what he is doing, but he KNOWS what he is doing Theressa. ; ,j. 4 Pi? l 5/
t.t, 'k If you don't believe it, just observe how a blatantly Mrs. Douglas Hardy and child- ;, I -
dA. drunken youngster will straighten up perceptibly when ren spent Monday vlslt'ng rela- '_
r : you casually remark that the police are arriving on the tives In Gainesville. .
. '", scene. It's amazing. No matter how drunk the sailor John L. Hall, U. S. Navy, spent \ ._t i C
tr, was, we believe he knew when he threw that beer bot several days this week with
.. 4'' tle, but it is quite possible that he had reached the friends and relatives here. John rrdP12i

} stage where he didn't care what he was doing. L.Miss U now Hazel stationed Brown In of Oklahoma.Jackson 'I I ,Msa nnta'i.goi' Mat. 1 lit, i ,_
Perhaps the woman involved in the
case was of ville
the ..
spent week-end with her .,
such low character that society is better off to have pa r e n t s, Mr.\ and Mrs. Leslie -
( her removed, but that again is beside the point. These i Brown. -- r-

might be extenuating circumstances but in no way, it L. A. Wym was in Gainesvilleon :
seems to us, absolves the sailor from blame. business Monday
''. As we said before, we do not know all the facts Hampton Elementary School 'Coke.COC5-Cola
. in the case. We wish we did. They might enable to will open the 1949-46: term Mon\ UNDER You aatonlly bro. CotrCU10TTISS
r answer an embarassing question some day if' day. All children attending are aY plkdbylLklwdlYa6bmn
,r; foreigner should come along and some requested to bring report cards. STARKE .. e -
want to know if this pencils and COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO. net of T6s Coins Coopw'OE
r was a fair sample American judicial paper as studies will
4 processes. be assigned that day. ,


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'' . . . . . . Bertha r
Mrs. ,
ONE Wf)"' s rs+ OIPBNION Pine fuse and Miss. Stucki-v.Louise Starling Loca Ra- > Hampton SchoolMrs.
Fay Miles was a Sunday dinner May Touchton, principalof

By Billev K mn proud to fayI have mad! guest of Miss Viola Manning. school, announced
many Ity :MiII.. :M. Mcltae Hampton
true, kind, and sine re friends. . . . . . Jerry Starling of H"lIbl.nn"pent f
The battle between today that the term' will\ ) begin
1 the "unI
I t It Saturday night with JuniorPage
a very nice filing to I I
I welcome go I J. E. Mtirrhee there Monday, August: 6: An all-
I guests" and the editor Into a store the! PH! office, the' of Milliard filled
I rages on, and I think we all find j bank, to the movi '. Or meet the pulpit in Pine Level ChurchIn RE'ml'mberlnI"y\ services at day session"", will be held and pup
It someone on the st t anti always the absence of the pastor Rev.' Woodlawn Church with Sumiiiy Its are asked to take pencil andpaper.
t very amusing. At least thoseI
SPAGHETTI be miled at and ipoken to. I I I W. K. Hall Mr. Murrhee was a School at 10:30:: and morning: worship -, The school cafeteria will I
/C have ItI
C talked with find !It so. It's good! to have -omeone to I dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. H. service nt 11:30.: Young be open under the supervision of
is always Interesting to observe M. :McRap and I' Mrs. Hazel Thomas. Parents
family People's meeting Is
laugh with you and "uase you. Itmakes ,I ; at 7:15: with
FLORID/ how the Misses' LUlle and Haven' Crosby service 8:13. shouLI furnish full information
quickly hit dog barks. you feel accepted.! There I evening at everyone -
The self-styled "unwelcomeguest" are few real Floridi.ins that you had as dinner guests Sunday Miss la Invited to attend. The concerning beginners. :t

meet In Starke. Thy ore precious Partln of Orlando and Miss Irene church Is located 3 miles west of *

who took her pen Indig- though, every one of them. Lewis. Lawtey. Rev. O. J. K.iulerson' $6ttWITH BONDS I
i) nantly In hand last week spoke There is a family laving next to Robert E. Taylor of Adel Ga.. I pastor. WAR :

of unlivable shacks and dirty methe Lacy Conw.xvsand believe was a week-end visitor I of II. M. I

4)) rooms. Last year I went to me they are as fine and :McRae!\ and family.

Camp Rucker Ala., and spent a true neighbors as anyone could Miss Mary Lou Alvarez of Vanderbilt -
.. :9 few with was the dinner guest of I
days my husband beforehe have or ever hopd to have. Once
fc'w went: overseas. I expected to you make a Southerner's friend- Miss Gwendolyn: McRae Sunday. 1. EXCELLENCE

arrive there as many Army wivesdo ship then you are accepted/ by all. Mr. and Mrs E. C Snpp of 4 Iej.
% here Gum Branch were visiting Mr. ,the economy of management matte'
and have to search for a They are Indeed fine" people but up s
I room, but he had been fortunate they have been intruded on BO and Mr. n, M. McRae Friday I t a primary quality/ of our Service ichich ,

( enough/ to rent one In advance. much that they arc a bit wary night.We is dedicated to the affairs and need of
This particular room was nice, of outsiders. arc ulnd to report that tI
but Mrs. W. K Hall Is Improving at bereaiwvnt.
Rome of the
places around
\ : Yes, "guest", w c people in
were terrible. As I watched these tho home of her daughter! In till- "I
Starke were all children at Bard 'c I .
women grasping at what happiness one and will soon be home. i I t
they could have durt'g: those time. We've Just not this way Mr. and Mis. A. F. (Hall and

last few days and being thankful the past few year We even chlldrcii of Jacksonville< npit-.t the DEWITT C JONES
t.., they could have them, I weekendith her parents Mr.,
was have clilllreii ourselves. I have a AMflULANCK SERVICE
ashamed of and, Mrs, II. M. McRae.Mr. .
selfishness. I
my whole mob of them t
knew the conditions, of army they'refar and :Mrs." Jule Phillips m-J Funeral/ Director
from perfect but I try to children of Jacksonville were
towns and having children. I had STARKE: PHONE 7
decided not to pull up stakes and keep them from marking o>>' visiting Mr and Mrs. M. M. Phillips -

M.fei leave my comfortable home In walls, pecking on the windows, Sunday.Mr. Our focal funeral home enables us to :

E 1 ttl at d Starke. My husband had too plundering into things, tearing and Mrs. Henry Hall anddaughter offer convenience; and services not a

C, 1gwY'a..a,, '1bp1 b p much the hardships pride to( that ask me I would to endure have pages out of books and vomiting and Miss )Jetty of Chattanooga Clements of, Tenn.Jacksonville , otherwise available./ d

Yap 1a of Y a" 61 tbn +q. had to when they cry. I don't feed them were vUnitlng Mr. and '
CnR bear In order to be there We furnish! the 11 Ight'st type service at the lowest prices andaccept k
a' a+rta t +tw 1 .pp ti t ta ++ap tlp+ L Pri'no + but I soon learned that I would out of a spoon after their first Mrs.' H, M.afternoon.Woodlawn McRae .and family ANY life Insurance policy\ In force, l issued by ANY company -
11 a 1 almost have sold my soul to be attempt to feed themselves, or Wednesday
sa caatlle an payment In part or In full on a funeral. Consultation
t aU
t pj baiY lyay iat0 aeq with him a little longer, in any drag thenfc out to camp every . . . . . . carries no obligation.
p 'L i 8poti O'r a an1tav'* kind of
xy Ina. t i tlitotl a room, anywhere. But I night. I don't take them into a
mPU pliYpdpaCx.a:ins as raYaYit'it+ discovered it too late. He was I
store and Just..turn them loose
atad.ri gone and I came back to my comfortable -
toot IoW:: tYj4 t p Yltia 0 p 0 aT BeRnas home. I still feel very a>id I don't push them' In a carriage Ily Klnui Crew

cwav y o''i t oes i t o 1 d copes. Wd. selfish to think that I wouldn't until they're so big It looksas . . . . . . V'Yt

aim tore t p c pp iota 1.3t ti an' put1 jackU give up these things for him if they should be pushing me. Prompt Service Careful Drivers
s while I could, when last winter We are glad to report that
Y op f r mar sdd' Last but not least, they don't wet L. P. Rafuse has returned home
ftyt a Y't YoaSS li gl p he had to sleep in a dug out,
the bed, and tht'Y'I'e not half STARKE TAXI SERVICEand
9t 9a 5edlY Pay ya'ctp underground, dip water out of grown. Children are not looked from is the recuperating' State Farm nicely.Hospitaland
d his foxhole, lay at night with a
ct. down upon in Starke They are C. R Crews of Lawtey was a
rifle in his hand, waiting and
$ I merely kept in a child's place and .
praying for dawn; while he swam supper guest Wednesday of Mr.
=- not dragged about or put upon a and Mrs. L. W. Page, Sr
In the English Channel on Christ-
SAZw mas Eve, as he stood the freez- pedestal to be praised by all. We Mrs. :Myrtle VanZant Is in St MACK'S TAXI SERVICEPhone
try to teach our children to Luke's Hospital in Jacksonville.We .
ing cold and fought right on so
respect their elders.: My sister, hope he will soon be home.
that I could enjoy this comfort. 150
Jlmmle recently saw a little girl Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Bradley and
Indeed, I felt selfish that I was
about eight years old eating Mrs. C. R Crews and son Hobby 0 Day 0 Night
not willing to live in a tent or
lunch. She had a Hales tag on of Lawtey were In Jacksonville
scrub floors in a pig pen. I It
her dress and Jimmie reached
would now, If I could have him Saturday. " III ... ,' ..
over and whispered to her quietlyto Elma Crews of Lawtey spent
back. If our "guest" has not felt
save her mother' embarass- Friday night with Junior Page. Steaks
L.'ieae she will.
tli.ngs perhaps ment. The child looked at Jim- Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Bradleyand : The finestfoods

= y Incidentally, thos'e among us mie and said, "Will\ you please Mrs. Alice Davis were visiting Shrimp '

Veer who complain of high rents seem mind your own business." in Jacksonville Sunday. 9 Mi

to forget that we have a government The only thing I don't like Attending the convention at
-r down here, too, and that SEA FOOD
about last week's front pagearticle Tuscanooga were Rev. and Mrs. at reasonable
they have formed a most wonderful was that the editor was a I O. J. Ruulerson, Mr. and Mrs. FISH OK

organization called the OPA. bit too apologetic. It l isn't de L. W. rage, Sr., C. R. and Elma lmAT'prices
Here Maybe our "guest" never heard,! of served. As Sgt. Bill Mauldin remarks Crews, Mrs. Maggie Manning, PLATE :
are two delightful It, but we do have one. If your in his current bestsellingbook II ... LUNCH
of the of rent Is too high it is a very -
examples art adapt "Up Front" "I never h Court & Call St.
simple matter to report it. Our With Two
I tation! Years the recipe worry about hurting the feelingsof
ago controlled and set for
prices are Vcgptatili'ii45C ,
good officers when I draw of- t"
for Chicken Spaghetti Florida us. They even have secret agentsto ficer cartoons. I build a shoe, George Kopdousos J
w++ investigate. Really she should and If wants to it Owner 1k
B was brought to the Southeast. somebody put I I
t, E E R s' get acquainted instead of rushingto on and loudly announce that It

"" Years, ago too,, the cherished judge our ama] community. fits, that's his own affair."
And I might add that timea UIDON RILL"Eat
formula for choice JAX Beer any As for biting the hands. that
soldier is cheated he !la entitledto ;,
feeds us, Starke somehow survived
the Drink of Friendship turn the article In to the pro- before the Influx and our let '

joined the ranksoF our Southeastern vost marshall. It worka, too. As ter writer shouldn't fret over our At The Best And Forget The
an army wife, our self-styled Resl"I
In a post-war paradise of I !
living ;
delights. Now both are firmly entrenched welcome guest" certainly !isn't in wealth robbed! from our soldier ,,1 '" V .....

in the tastes of this region. the know. visitors because, if she will Just
It might amaze our letter wri- take the trouble to walk up and EXPERT

0 When Chicken Spaghetti ter to know that I stay in Starke down Call Street, she will see
you enjoy strictly by choice. My 'J.husband! that moat of the wealth accumulated -
Florida, heighten your pleasure with mel Is In France and expects to go here In the past few years WORKMANSHIP Here it is !

low lAX, our distinctive regional brew. directly to CBI and I am not will go right back up north as
o i
bound to iptarke by old family soon as the war Is over. ,
Golden color, tempting aroma and fine, ties, even though my mother and Strangely enough my husband f

full-bodied richness prove JAX a premium sister are here. They too feel and I still wage the War betweenthe ALL 'WORKGUARANTEED UTILITY
the same as I. We are army peo- States, but teasingly He says :
brew, ready _to provide satisfying, thir t. ple. The States are my home. he found something in the South

quenching enjoyment at a moment's notice. I've lived In the majority of them, that the North never had. He ,
from Missouri to Wyoming, from calls me his southern lass and his
California to New York, from Irish rebel. It IS surprising the YOU CAN ENTRUST: YOUR
0 Alone, or in company with other re- Florida to Maine and from Min number of men that marry south FINEST. WATCH TO OUR

gional' favorites, JAX is a mellow corn_ nesota to Georgia. I still say, ern girls! CAKE BAG

give me Starke. and any time I sister and I were walking ft
panion. brewed My
. to please yowl
; realize
Sail JAfy., decide differently I fully across) the street with another _
carf.ecr that there are trains leaving in night and some boy
girl one
Y .ctlcr P ri" t both. directions every day. whistled at us and said, "Ilmmm, TheSTAG 18 INCHES LONG t J

.1 .ny I've been a permanent resident New York never had anything

BREWING COMPANY here for only a year. When I like this!" 'f. t!

came, true enough the natives Oh ao, I'm not conceited at all.
t were tot busy to throw their that's all Carter Bldg., StarkeBRADFORD For bathing.
Jacksonville Fla. Just 'southern pride, ; I t
t Into
and me
I arms open gather Just southern pride. ''I
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Mac says . He was' just In vided Plenty of
Churches Lhrf:1e: .
Christian .
Power Company Methodist town a coupla hours, having come all-star team with
SOCIETY and CLUBSMrs. P1lthel1':
Enjoy Convention to Blanding with a group of recruits Preyermuth
will be observed and
Aids China Program Holy Communion Bill!'
. Incidentally, Mac now was for!
c at both morning and evening Convention of all something flashy
The County
wife and small son '
a ended in '
J. H. Dupre, manager of the services at the Methodist of Bradford. possesses a 22.22 '
E. M. Talbot Farewell Party the I Christian Churches . Plans to settle In Orlando know there deadlock a
this Sunday. At w<1 lS
Blai ding district of the Florida Church held with the Sampson plenty
Cowty: was of
I after the war . His younger ment . t
Honored On BirthdayBy For Mrs. BatemanMembers I Power & Light Company this I morning hour the pastor will use City Church, Sunday, July brother, kleremember? Is 3rd baseman.J P. 81111\'on.:
as his subject "Bread Enoughand attendance with a was( the! anj
Mr. and Mrs. Hyde week cited an interesting ex- 29. A splendid now Capt. Lewis S Davis with ualty, breaking )
of the hId
Operating Spare.
of the churches repre- fanRer;
ample of how his company is cooperating majority the 20th Armored Division and Is catch . .
mittee of the Starke USO club Church School at 10 a. m. inspiring pro- \m"11": the
Mr. and Mrs. Eric. B. Hyde,en- with the U. S. For- sented enjoyed an on his way to the States after town picnickers I,
entertainer! with a fish-fry Mon- Youth Fellowship at 7 p. m. ,the subject of "Peace", Wel IQ Hoot
their homo Tuesday eign Economic Administrationand gram on of action in Europe /
tertaired at day night at the home of Mr. and followed by the speak seeing plenty tmar (district, met t I
which was
the China National Resource
Mr. Hyde'smother . .
night honoring Mrs Junlus M. Smith on Lake :Mrs Carl Jackson Is spending A basket dinner was enjoyed from Galn"wlllnnol'd";
help'm'et the 1
E. M. Talbot of New Commission to
Mrs. Santa Fe In honor of Mrs. Sue the month of August with Mrs. house also of c'v;ne.
Orleans, La., on her 74lh birth- club urgent need for experiencedpower ill at noon. Seems\ the annual Coca-Cola lie Butlers from and
Hateman, director of the S. H. Swearlngcn m Quincy, will be Jax .
men to speed The next convention '
plant up
day anniversary. who has been transferred. Hus- plct'Jc at Gold Head Branch Sun- -
The room used(! for the party bands and wives of the member Chi-a's war production. Mr. and Mrs Fred Haislopspent held with the First Christian day was quite an exciting event Well, guest wind

was beautifully decorated with were Invited and about 21 per- Kwang-IIwa Lee recently'ar- the week-end In Tampa. 1\f.r'- Church of Starke, oa Sunday, . Bill Corrigan turned over ina lIttle blac kbook f0.. t

summer flowers and the table sons enjoyed the occasion. rived in Miami from China for I and Mrs. W R. Haislop who have September 30. canoe, almost ruined his watch . So long . See Bit
was centered! with the birthday Miss Middleton this training, which is part of a been vlstlng there for two weeks and lost his shoes . The soft- next . you
Madge presented
cake. It was iced in white and 1 Mrs. Bateman with a cook- program under which 55 Chineseengineers I returned with them. PresbyterianThere ball game before lunch also pro- ---Cs
will receive
74 red white and blue can- on-the-job
book of Southern Recipes as a electric and Riviera, near West Palm ,
dles. Mrs. Talbot received many the experience at power Is Always Life Where -
of remembrance from
gifts from friends she has made gift plants In the U. S. Beach. the River Flows" will be the sermon -
committee members. Lee will have the Selection of Florida Power &
during her four-month visit with subject used Sunday mOrn-
her 11011 and daughterinlaw.Among Mrs. Bateman left Tuesday/ fora work In two very modern Light as one of the companies ing at 11 o'clock by the Rev J.
month vacation at her home' steam electric plants completedby to which Chinese technicians
were Mr ; L. West, pastor of the Presbyterian
thowo present
In Duluth. Minn., and then will F. P. & L. Just before the war !i would be sent was made by the Church. Special music will Elllergency ServiceOccasionally
Williams and daughter -
and Mrs C. in the Oklahoma. USO Commission andI
serve City at Ft. Lauderdale and Miami I j Federal Power rendered the choir under
Mr. and Mrs. Irving Blum be by
Beach He will also observe the I officials of the company are
I of Mrs. E. E. Lan-
and Mrn. Blum's sister, Cele, club.The the direction
committee members also construction of two large steam |: proud to be Included In the pro-
Charles Prootor, Mr. and :Mrs, sing.
welcomed the new director, Mrs. plants now going up ,at Sarasota gram. an emergency
Jack Frledler and Leon Drucker. Elizabeth Hornlck and John Lee, I i I II I Sabbath School will be held at arises that necessitates
Mr. and Mrs Paul Miller assisted who Is serving as temporary I 10 a. m. and ,there will be youth

the hosts In serving their guests NCCS worker here. I services at 8 p. m. A unique quicker dry-cleaning service

program has been arranged.Ing

WSCS To Meet Mrs. Thornquest r than has been the policy for

1They in a wek or so and I'll drop the past few years. Realiz-
Circles of the Woman's Societyof Hostess To WCTUThe C by and scrape up a little more

Christian Service of the Meth- ... \- ___ ____ news for you." ing the need of this emerg-

odist church will meet Monday Laura Scott W.C.T.U. met ency service I have in-
afternoon, Aug. 6, at four o'clock. Friday afternoon at the Gospel come and they go the chickens; we work like mules; Surely seemed good to see Mer-
Tabernacle. The building was smell like eat like stalled the necessary equip-
we we
entertained by goats;
Circle One will be decorated with vases And so this week, as It must to I rill Futch back in town after 39

Mrs. L. S. Hutto, at her home of beautifully pink roses and gladioli. Mrs. all USO directors, came time for pigs they; treat we sleep us like in foxholes dogs." and. months overseas . If youhaven't ment to take care of the need.

near the depot. Circle Two will Jennie V I c e-Prelll- the departure from Starke of Sue
Thornquest Tn spite of that fact, Paul looks got a glimpse of him yet
entertained by Mrs. W. E of Bateman . Quite a few sor-
be dent in the absence
presided like a million dolars after a few because he arrived I to
It's. probably am now prepared give 24
Middleton, at her home on North the president, Mrs. O.O Stans- rowful salvos* were fired In her I months of this "farm" treatment
honor, as she's been with us so home entirely minus dress uniforms -
Walnut St. I hour service in dry
bury. 1 _10- .. ,,,__ 10___ . .. cleaning:
ong auo aeems jua linv Jiuiacblks and haen been able to
The meeting opened with hymn and not only gave of her emergency cases. Please do
SmithWestCharles and Mrs. Noble locate . Haven't been
singing prayer by any yet
beet to the USO but also pitched Interesting note in the mail ask for this service
White. The devotion was led by
able to find out what sort
Pearl In with a right good will to help Just
James Smith and Mrs. Wilbur Scott and Miss Arlene from Walter King saying : 'Al-
Viola West, both of Hampton, Powell led In prayer. Tht out with other community activities though two weeks ago you could of accident separated Merrill unless it is absolutely a
married by Judge E. such as blending her nice from his uniforms, but bet
were quietly minutes and the treasurer's re real .
call me a foreigner, I am thank- emergency.The
voice with the Methodist
in his office on Sat- 'twould make
K. an interesting story
Ferryman approved by the
ports were group ful today to say New York looks
urday, July 28. and each member read an article choir every Sunday morning, and like a million dollars on a silver Incidentally, he certainlydoes
other things too numerous to
not add his voice to. the service
Mra. W. N. John laundry remains
on temperance.
mention . Indicative of Sue'spopularity platter. Yes, Carolyn, 18 months
Griffls was carriedto GI
Luther rail-
Mrs and Mrs. R. O. general grousing about
son Nunnery
sang the fabulous fish ago we sailed from this very port formerly family finish
was as
Farm Hospital Mon- ,
the State "With Thy Spirit, Fill Me" as a road accommodations . Seemshe \
and now-well, it's just some-
In her honor the
fry given by
day. duet, accompanied at the pianoby :had a Pullman from Frisco bundles one week ; list price
Operating Committee at the Jun-I thing out of this world to gaze ,
right through to and
Miss Powell. I ua Smith place on Santa Fe upon. I've been: aboard an LST meals served to him in style- bundles, three to four; days;
CHIROPRACTIC The group decided to visit the Monday night . Hear that and we participated In the Inva-
right In his seat ,
and bed and table linen
SERVICE absent and shut-In members and after-supper quartette, composedof sion of Normandy and later on ,

HEALTH Mrs. Moltt closed the meeting Junius, Nat Sternberg, Lea operated in Belgium, Germanyand three days
with prayer Mrs. Scott Invited Shepherd and Grover<< Alison was Norway. Several months ago Imagine my surprise 'to glanceup .
im. II. T UTIILAUTCHIROPIt.1CPOR the Union to meet with her next really In the groove . Fortifiedby while talking with some troops tother day and see Mac Davis

: month and all members are urgedto much fish, they amused the aboard, I heard the name Alvarez (!now a Capt.) staring me in the

attend. guests until everyone had to jonIn mentioned. After further con- face . Mac's an exCallstreeterwho's
414 West Main Street, North, the chorus for self-protection versation. I found out he was been in the Army lo these STARKE DRY CLEANERS
Gainesville, Flu AlvarezSweatMr. from Starke and related to Chief many years and Is now stationedat

Alvarez. I'm 'not sure, but I Fort Bragg, N C., where he's

HOURS: and Mrs. J. L. Sweat of Note from the back of an old think he.was his son Sorry I commander 0 f Co. E, Special PI ONE and LAUNDRY STARKFIji'

9 to 13: :1:30 to* 5:30 Orlando announce thengage: envelope: Bill Thomson (Marjo- didn't know hint personally, but Training Unit, and helps teach
I'hone 2261 ment and approaching marriageof n e's Capt.) has gone to Illinois it was still grea"to' talk with an illiterate selectees to read and f .

their daughter, Margaret, to for several weeks of advanced ex-Starkeite. Seems we'll have write in six or eight weeks . I

Laven Alvarez, son of Mr. and schooling . Walace Joplin ing in a week or so and I'll drop Sounds impossible, but they dolt, I
'-f"I" !. O. R. Alvarez of Starke: (Mdrlam's Lt. Col.) is heading

The wedding will be an event of "aciflcward . Ditto for I -,

Sunday, August 5 at 1 p. m. at Starke'a own Lt. Com R. A. I
r Lockwood Baptist Church, Or- (Lex) Green . He left Thursday -
lando. Relatives and friends of I for Frisco . Cpl. )Elbert

the couple are cordially Invitedto Edwards has transferred from Ft. A

e attend. i Lewis Wash., to Salem Oregon When Your Tires
t( where he's in charge of a first

Recent Births i aid station. . Sgt. Willard Pass ,,; miff
has an army discharge and he ) .

4 GLEN CAROL LEACH and Elise (Green) will make their
Mr, and Mrs. Jimmy Leach announce home in Atlanta Lou Struth 1 Look Like This
the birth of a son In the has just accepted a job at the TORECAP d t
State Farm Naval Air Station : <
Hospital. The baby in Jax'vllle . a
has been named Glen Carol. Mrs. Coach James Hobbs has accepteda

Starke'8 Leach will be remembered as Miss position at UmaUlla High and

The Gaye Drlscoll. won't be around with the Tor- J c That slick, smooth look means that our export: recapping
finest nadoes this season . Glimpsedthe !! :!
GLOIU.HAl': HELL Grover Alison back from job is just what your tires need. Drive In

restaurant Band Mr. and Mrs Raymond Bell three weeks at Daytona Beach all before
for a the check-up today-then let us recap
announce the birth of a daughteron fitted out with enviable suntans
July 20( In the State Farm
bar your tires are too worn to be safely
Hospital The baby has been

named Gloria Rae. Mrs. Bell Hear Judge Perrjman had! to ,
was Miss Louise Edwards. Mr. climb In a window of the school

Bell is nerving with the Navy in board office one day recently

. Seems he had an admiring
Mr. and Mrs E. D. Polk
: ( ?) audience In his office and atCampbell's
Brooker, announce the birth of
across the street .
LOBSTER: eon on July 28. As he boosted himself up, the

Mr. and Mrs Ed Durban of watchers were heard to make Starke Tire Service

SHRIMP: M Lawtey announce the birth of a such wishes as 'My kingdom for
son on July 30. a peashooter!" . Paul (Marine
Corps) Raymond postcards thusly
CHICKEN To Mr. and Mrs. J. A. J. McKinney to friends .here: "I believe they

of Graham, ,.a son bom must run the Marine Corps somewhat '

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ffiis' LOCAL NEWS -Mrs J. M. Brownlee and Mrs Mr and Mrs L. D. Haines were I Mm. A F. Sauls and daughter. Mr. arid Mra. Burdette have sn I fore entering the service hp" was ,g
I Earl Johnson were in Gainesville' In Gad'.esville! Tuesday.Mrs. Miss Louise Snyder, returned yes apartment at the home of T. J. employed by the State Road Department I I r'l

Wednesday to attend the weddingof terday from Los Angeles, Calif., Griffin. 4"
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Major Lee Graham, Jr., and Bill Shelton and children, where they visited Mrs, Sauls' Mr. and Mrs. H. A Bishop had of the week ofMr '
A. Tucker Mrs Warren Perkins and son. Miss Betty Thomas. formerly of Tacoma. Wash., now son-in-law and daughter. Mr.\ and aa week-end' gut.*ta, Mra. BUhop's Guests the first Mr. !, .k
And \ Tdays.' Mrs. Tuck I Edwin, left this week for a 10 of Lakeland and Miss Fern Mrs. J. W. Prather. nieces, Mrs. A P. Williamson, of and Mrs. Fred Guy were I
had,! for l iw< ;. ?. Fletcher day visit in Savannah, Pembrokeand Mrs Laura Smith was whopping Houseman! Dall.!s. Texas and Bradenton and :Mrs. Nina II. Lip- Guy's sister and broUier-ln-law
S.sgt.H. I i Jacksonville her mother Horace Lt., Co!. and, Mrs. W. M. Joplln. 1 1.Jr
,on. Hospital, Statesboro, Ga. Tuesday of last were guests Saturdayof S. liurcletle. Who for ford of Green Cove Sprlnga.S .
'elrh Convalescent I week. Mrs. W. N. Johnson and Mrs.R. past several years has been employed of Lake City; his brother and
.nna peach.s. FOR WINDSTORM: INSURANCE O. Nunnery. Mrs Shelton and in the Camp Publication W. II. Andrews who has aister-tn-law, Rev and Mrs i
was cartled to. Call II. C. Wall Agency/; Mr. and Mrs T. n, Hardingand Mrs. Nunnery were' counselors Section at Blanding, resigned lastweek been serving with the Air Corpsin !Henry Guy of FVuttljnd, Park and
Lt'\'! Camp son Tommy and ::'11'. and Mrs several years ago fur the child to accept employment' with Europe, Is spending/ a to-duy: his mother, Mrs. J. T. Guy of
. latJon H"spital., :Mrs.: William Patton returned Ralph Alvarez and daughter, ren's Bible Mission camp at Tallahassee the Bradford, County Telegraph furlough here with his family Be Hampton. 'r M ,
to her home Sunday after under- Sylvia I
are spending two weeks at ..... ... .. II I
going a .jnajor operation in the ------ ---- -
as guests, Daytona Bench. - 1 1.SV
.- :1l)1"' Cox had Mr. State Farm H o s p ital recently.She Nick Alexander spent last week
mothertnd/ step-father. is recuperating nicely. E. A. WVikler: and Miss Merry InVest Palm Bench.
of PlantS
G H Blount Wlnkler are spending two weeks
her niece Mrs. Corrine Miss Loreta Kelly of the State in Detroit, Mich. :Mike: Cocorls spent several days SPECiAL I
Baltimore Md. Farm spent the week-end with this week in Jacksonville Ii
of little Eloise Dobbs. Mr. and Mrs. Van H. Carden
Mrs F. H. Box of Friends of W. L. Anderson, i
'. and arc spending week-end at
JOnvUle were called Thurs- Mr. and Mrs. Hogan Smith and Daytona Beach with friends. who has been confined In the GENUINE LULLABY NEVA WET
; week tl) the bedside children spent Sunday In Jacksonville State Farm* Hospital for several
idrelalox; father, David G. Mr. and Mrs Hal Snow ot : weeks, will be interested to know 1
Dawson, Ga., are spending this that his condition is slightly Im BABY CRIB MATTRESSES
Mrs. Jimmy Roane of Jacksonville is week with Mr. Snow's brother I proved.Mr. \
"I W S Stroman spending some time with his aunt and sister-in-law, Mr. and :Mrs.:
the week- and Mrs. W. F. Cooleyand ,1
!pawl rgpent and and uncle, Judge and Mrs. A. Z. Van II. Carden. Mr. Snow has 1 existent To Uric Acid, Bacteria, ,
with Mr. son, former rcsld o n t s of r ,
Jacksonville Just returned from 15 months
.n at their I l
KIngsley Luke
uow living in Daytona ,
'j, Godbold. service In the South Pacific. i '
R Home. Kaspar Duncan Is spend- I Beach, spent several days this 744 tit! q ()(lrs.Just, Cermst And 1{ alert ,
and Mrs. O. E. Stansbury ing several days with him. I Mr. and Mrs. E. C Collins and week at their cottage on Kings- ;
.,: last week from two : daughters, Marilla and Ernestine ley Lake. .\TIO "LLH'lmTISED
Mr.Mn Lt. Col. and Mrs Wallace Joplln -
/near Salt Springs.
of Fort Pierce were week-end
Prevatt spentof and daughter, Judy, of Lake Mrs. A. R. Carpenter and child-
Nathan guests of Mr. and Mrs. Gary En-
the time with them. City spent the week-end with nla. ren, Wilma\ and Wendell, of West $12.50
Mrs. Joplin's brother and sister- Palm Beach were guests this past
r and Mrs. J. H. Gill and son in-law, Mr and Mrs Fred Guy. Mrs. J. M. Davis and son, week of Mr. and Mra. Edwin
,' .f Savannah Ga., are James, and daughter, Mrs F. A. Marshall Mrs A. H. Hill of
'Jlns two weeks at the Lake Mrs. Raymond A. Hancock has Ross. left Tuesday for a two- Anthony and daughter, Dolores of LARGE ASSORTMENTChenille ; :
J. M. as house guests her sister, Mrs.
fit Mr. GUI' father weeks visit with relatives In Para- West Palm Beach are also: spending -
W J. Hoffman and daughter,
,:M and visiting with her sis- gould Ark. They were accom- some time as guests of the '
Nella Wilson of Cheraw, S. C.
Yrs D. A. Monteith. panied by Mrs. Davis' .brother, Marshall's. Mr. and Mrs. Mar- & Burkshire Rugs r
Jim Crow, who returned to his shall and their guests spent Sun-
home In Arkansas after a visit day at St, Augustine: Beach. fttta ga4xfi ',I ,

World Moves. . To 9x12
ie here.M. Miss Marie Jacobs, USO-NCCS

Does O. O. A.If Raybtn left Thursday of worker Is spending a vacation at
So last week for 10 days in .West her home !In Buffalo, N. Y. She GREATLY REDUCED
Present Location Palm' Beach and Miami. Is being replaced temporarily\ by
Don't Like Your ,
You Mr. John Lee, who came here .
Let Us Move Your House Miss Ethel Spence of Thomas-
from Miami, a.e NCCS worker. Mahofjhany '.
vllle, Ga., returned home Monday Walnut, $22.75 + rT
FREE ESTIMATES ANYWHERE after a visit here with her cousin, 1llslDolores Hill of West Palm STUDENT DESK And Wheat' Finish '
Mrs. W. B. Sewell. Beach, who is a guest of Mr. and .h
Mrs. Edwin Marshall, helped with .
F. Hall Starkeor
See ,
the entertainment of the soldiers
Orman O. Annis, General ContractorBox II. C. Wall Agency from the Blanding Hospital at GOSSIP TABLE & CHAIR (TEJ.E"IIONI< SET) $21.75
402 Phone 1804, Gainesville, Fla. the weekly dinner for them at the
Mrs. Donald McRae and little
Church Service Center. S
daughter, Carol, returned home I

.. where Sunday they night visited from relatives.Jacksonville, UTILITY CABINET $22.50 {l

'' 'NAT SEZ: Mrs. J. P. Langford and daughter -
Phyllis, who have been
guests of Mrs. Marcus F. Brown IT'S A FACT YOU CAN DO BETTER AT
+ tli They say the Japa consider It and Mrs. W. B. Sewell, returned 4t "
yiJ a great privilege to die for the Saturday to their home in Frost-
l," emperor. If that's a fact, then proof. John H. Denmark Furniture Co.

they're certainly going to be a Mrs. Frank Wilson has Just received STARKE, FLA. +.
highly privileged claws of people. word that her son, J. G. PHONE 151

The way our boys, are handingout Alvarez, has received his third WE BUY GOOD USED FURNITURE

"privileges 'over there is promotion since e n t erlng the .

downright amazing. They certainly Navy service two years ago. He AJT.ffrrJ". . -- :: .

aim to oblige.AS is now Aviation""Machinist's' :Mate . ..
1st class. He passed his last examination .. ';'
113 E. Call Street "
I in March with highest STARKE, FLA.We .
grades in his class. Ladies & ChildrensNONRATIONED
Mr. and Mrs. Gary Ennis and 0 { have a full line
FEATURED IN MADEMOISELLE AND GLAMOUR son, Gary Morgan returned of the fanciest fruits SHOES !
Thursday of last week from a
business and pleasure trip to and vegtables.

Tampa accompanied and Miami.home by They Mrs. were En- A good supply of Greatly Reduced --- SOc<<: Up --- No Exchange3

nis' mother, Mrs. W. B. Ennis of I shortening

Miami, who will visit here for Tcndet Beef Roast,
several weeks.

Mrs. W. G. Halle. Jr., and Stew and Delicious Ladies Rubber-Sole Canvas-Top Sandals '

daughter, Linda Sue, who have Steaks. .F
been guests for several weeks of --
Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Haile have COME TO YOUU Special $1.00 Reg. Value $1.95Men's I
gone to Arcadia where they will TII TOP STORE ;
mother, Mrs. S. B. ARE WELCOME;
visit YOU
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Farm Mrs. O. L. Partney and daugfc i- ,
ter Kay, left by plane Mondato :
i, By Mm. Bryan Whit field visit Mrs. Partney's mothei:
. . . . . . Mrs. Meredith in Lubback Texa

for several weeks. .
Chaplain Leslie Shepherd supplied
'} Our community wan anddened the pulpit of the First Baptist
FrIday by the death of James E. Church In Lake City Sunday

Ormonil, who has been In the In (he absence of the regula w ,,
employ of the State for many pastor, Dr. Holsteacl. w ,.- \ <
years. Mr. Ormond was born In Miss Madge Brownlee of Stark,
Hawthorne In 1890 and was burl spent a few days last week will!]
ed there Sunday In the family Miss June Caldwell.
cemetery after a service at his Betty Jean and Lad'l.e; Robin ,
.' Nwr a ywBP"ry .G. R w R 'yty ir?
k. )
residence here.Survivors %
son of Jacksonville were guests o wn, A
y h a
are his wife. Mary their grandfather, J. L. Kob'usoi'! n ,
and two sons; Elton, now nerving last week. Today they accom i ,' '*
with the Navy stationed In Pearl panted him to Saville\ where the; y
Harbor, and Lynn ten years old; will visit their grandmother Mrs !! %
l: four sisters Mrs. Mollie Stafford Ladd. : AI!

?, }+ Durham, N. C., Mrs. Daisy Grace Crews of Lawtey vlsltet $ ;
s Bell Wall. Palatka and Mrs. Miss Geraldine Cox at her grand ,
t Lula Smith and Mrs. Grace Hall parents home here last week.
'!, IH of Hawthorne; and!! one brother.Robel.t Mr. and Mrs. I. J. Williams hat I

Orraond of Grant.Lt. as guests last week, Mr. and Mrs
Walter Ball le and daughter Lan: %. 4k
and Mrs Richard Gowen :1 ?tfta .3 ya ; rrrit'
cUe of Lake City.
and baby eon of Perry are guestsof fEr1
Mrs. J. 1 K. Chambers Is visiting"
n, Mr. and Mrs. P. D. Fancher. : , 8n z. "4ry
relatives In Montlcello. ,
Lt. Gowen hM, Just recently been.
Patricia and Richard McRae, '
released from a German prison. :
Mrs. Bryan Whit field I I and who have been visiting their / y
a Mr. and Mrs. J. A., !
1 t1 grandparents ay'q
," + daughter, Helen left Tuesday for X r P st a -
/y a two weeks visit with Mr. and Bouvler for some weeks returned] ,
s lu home Saturday. They were ac i y'Ha nf
I 1 I. Mrs. Graham Putman In Birmingham -
A Miss Cecile McRae,
t, Ala. companIed by
A for her summer vacation.Mr. .
i14* J. B. Segree of Palatha was a
and Mrs. E. W. Hunter o
week-end guest of Mr. and Mrs
_ Gainesville spent Monday wit
a f J. L. Williams while enroute toP .
'," their daughter and son-in-law X.T
P d ; ',i East Point to visit his mother
Mr. and Mrs. C, M. Roberts.
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Uf :Mrs. A. M. Richards spent several :Mr. and :Mrs J. L. North and
', 4 i1 days this week'' with hen: Miss Ernestine North of Long-
t Mrs. Annie Norman l 11
; daughter wood were week-end guests of
Jacksonville. Sunday Mrs. Rich Mr. and Mrs. W. N. North.
A arde joined Mr. and Mrs. H. N. Mrs. Nelle Stabl who has been
Rlcharde at Jacksonville Beach. visiting her nephew, C. M. Tur-
Mrs. J. L. Robinson aecom- ney for the past two months left

iS ? a. panted by her daughter-in-law, Tuesday for her home la Indiana.
Mrs Merrill Robinson of Jacksonville Mrs. J. G. Caldwell and daughters -
\ left lost Wednesday fora spent several days last week!

vacation of several weeks in at Salt Springs.
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the mountains of North Carolina .

q, 4 , Lt. Martin! E. Grlner Jr., now County Awarded t
j.. stationed In Savannah. Ga., and ,
q Mrs. GrIner and baby son, Miss Four ScholarshipsAccording
Hattie Fowler and Miss Nettle
i v Mae Fowler of Lake Butler were to announcementmade
spend the day guests of Mr. and by Arthur R. McRae, Coun.
I 13 ' Mrs. M. E..Grlner, Sunday. ty Superintendent Bra II ford 7 T
a has been' b THE ,CASEs
'i County tentatively apportioned '
ti1' 'a Mr. and Mrs J. R. Kite and N ;
four $400 Lewis Scholarships -
Dr. and Mrs. R. P. Stubblna and e4 ti.41ii4
for of teachers.
preparation ,
r daughter Mjary Rivers spent the x
yr h 4 ,'l week-end in Tallahassee\ as the Three of these are for white :
teachers and one for a Negro : of the
$ $ j guests of relatives. teacher. Persons with varying I 7i 01
i Mrs. G. W. Ferrel and. Mrs.
amounts of college training as
1'' 1 Butler of Palatka
k t well as graduates just out of high 3 x'
i I school will be eligible to apply for ; INTELLI'GENTTORPEDOES +

these scholarships, and shall signa
1t pledge to teach In the public yt
schools of Florida for the numberof '

years for which the, scholar p .
ship Is approved. -< x
Mr. McRae announced further?

that Bradford County ,hail been
awarded $960 for Summer School

: H m I Scholarships Scholarships for having t e.a a c hers value the of Two shiploads of especially valuable and urgently

\ : $75 each. $709 of this Is for needed munitions were on their way. For greatest ..
white teachers and $251 Is allot-
I ed for negro teachers. This possible protection, they were carefully centered in a

I scholarship Is eligible only to large convoy. .'. possibly a plant worker where the munitions were
hose who are to teach this
h+ examination will toe given Submarines struck. Mysteriously, the attack was made thoughtlessly tipped off the enemy with careless

Bradford High School on August concentrated on these two ships. . as conversation.
UC/cf 15 and application blanks and addItional

?+ ''R A 1 information may be obtaIned iimi if the enemy knew. Other ships would For a quicker victory :'. for a less costly one .
' When your horseshoe is Superintendent from Office of County have been easier targets. we must guard what we know about where men are

;a j; c backed by an Accident Two Senatorial Scholarships are i3 i The enemy did know. Both ships going, when they sail-particularly men. passing i

Policy in The Travelers! also available-one for a white sunk. Just where this from the Pacific.
boy and one for a white girl. were one more case through country Europe to

\ These Scholarships are not limIted 4 someone . a stevedore . a sailor Don't talk about anything that might help the Japs.
' t Charley E. Johns to those who will enter teaching LOOSE TALK
? and persons with varying DOES REACH TOKYO

; I4 Fbone IS: Agency,- STARKE FLA. amounts her high parent of school Each college or applicant graduates training guardian and as must may well hisof Don't Talk fFP flIE'#I AI'7N 'fA K

sIgn a statement attested by a or Write about: .
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notary that said applicant could I IAntlau _...i of urn .
.3 not financially attend college ....__Ie , '
Mr* vlikla/ to w IM
.......... without such aid. Examination .......,......a,4ae.n.. Hartford will be given at Bradford High. 2 Now__ wk!,.c ", '" "

School on August 15.I +Ij'- :' .._
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just an Idea In the minds of the, S S I S S C
1 i12" C C S .. 8 T i A. P. O. 853 <:7.; Pout- named Court ind
cause wherein atlon
VA of maiden
1: A.I) : American people who had heard You.. Miami, , Florida., plaintiff neektdlMirn.. Bradford, County Telegraph name.hall B Bradford u l b Unit
BrookerBy ate required to appear on County Telegraph shall I b ..h
p u ll this Order III next tour
President Roosevelt tell the world ,,,'.... .'7ih., ll>45 In the above this Order In nat. four weekly I l...ue*. weekly
Cnuit amt leeueM.Vltnemt.
cause wherein
JORDAN an exposed position. His great that Doolittle's planes had raided Joyce Atkinson Hpokn divorce and rentor- \ my haul and officialseal Witness. my hand and official

t' TOS STAR courage and leadership resultedIn Tokyo from "Shangri-La". C . . a S a .." of maiden name. Bradford' at .$tarki.,. Florida. this. July 1211.seal .Utarke, Florida this July I
SILVER Telegraph shall pub Huh 24. 1945.OFFICIAL '
's son the reduction of the strong Through Order in next four SEAL 'I REAL) A. J Thoma,
Jordan, a nationwide weekly ( ) A. J. Thoma. I
Eston campaignthat l ..... AN Clerk nf sail Court.Walter .
set hold and the WEDDING SHOtt Kit: Aa Clerk of salt! Court.
taff of 200
Jordan, ?. .
Mrs, W. T. idea became reality aa Wltnemii my hand and official T. Frank I.n n !r. and of Starke on Road German officers and enlisted men. pIe peo- Mrs. Mary Ellen iHayes) at "'Iarke. Florida. t this July AUy. for Plf. 7-87 4t (-I? Fla.. Atty. for..!:!!... T-2T 4t J-17
I uve east awarded the silver Sgt. Jordan has been In ser- bonds to build the car- rell was the guest of honor 1945."' (' SEAL) A. J. Tho 111.. I ('IITIT ('01 N'''. fill\!>! )im

baa 1 been action on vice since the moth before Pearl rier. As soon as news of her miscellaneous shower g I v e Cleik ..r said Court. iv ('IIIf'II'r ( UI HT. IIII 9 UFOIIU 401''''''''. F..Ollllt'| M IH4M-
gallantry! Harbor and Frank 1.nIllrun., Stark... Florida. ('01 NT%, FI.OHIIItl IN 4IIINtTKH I'KIIY.Miriam I
has Misses
for timeI beet'overseas construction Madeline Green '
GermflY At a was released, the and )'. for I'lf. 7-J7 4t 8-17 V. Mae Orlffln. Plaintiff, V*.
1 7 In para- since January 1944. He landedIn Navy Atkinson at the home of IrvIn )\:ruk. Plaintiff, v*.. louise I tllchartl Ii:. Griffin Defendant. Case
battalion of department was flooded Kruk, Defendant Cane No 3:118.: No. ass 1,
I desperately holding Northern Ireland In June and with ter Wednesday afternoon. ciitciir cornT. nil \FOllit> ORDKU* OF. PUBLICATION:.: OHHER or PIT LICATTON
were well- went Into combat In France In requests from men asking The djriing: ) NTt.. Fl.OUIIttl IN ('lltNKIIV. AND NOTICR TO APPtfiAll AND :NOTICn TO APPEAR 1
to and living HTATK: OF FLORIDA toMm.. HTATK "'))I' KI/1IUDA to: Klchanl
serve : -
SV Jordan July. He served through Belgium] on Nelson Moore were decorated with .Kllen, nilllnici Greet' .. Ptnln- Louise Kruk. whose renldence I I..* % .;. Orlffln whose address, I I..:
and France Into was one of the v* |HD'mon.1 Greene 1>"' ..n- 12.10 W H-Hirt.: / RIchard 10:. Urlffln, A.SN.
{ Bn.. Germany with fortunate ones summer flowers. Cane. No.; J<>24. ,': I.lrmll . Taylor Street 14013771, H.P.O. 15 lloap I ). APO. I
a small the 8th Division. He has now to be chosen. ORI>KH' OF) PUBLICATION 45H. .
enemy After playing] You are % Pontniaiter, San' FrancUco.
'under intense games ANI NOTICR TO APl'KAK required to appear on
e fire, made anaiSsaDce been transferred to another dIvi- guests were served STATE' OF FLORIDA to: Kay- August 27lh, 1945 In the abovenamed California. I
and mortar sion and Is still In Germany.Two CPL. SAM punch tires".., Whose recUlence U Court and cat.. whereIn You are required to appear on
of the enemy SIMPSON cake the August U. 1946, In ?
by hostesses The Raymond Oreene % Mm. Ru plaintiff peeks divorce. Bradforil' the above named ; s
successfully led his of his brothers are also In IN RHEIMS FRANCECpl. received many useful gifts. Jones, Wartburtc, TentieiiMee. County Telegraph .)siLl V" b Hull Court.and cause wherein plaIntIff -
lion' then service. Milton Jordan served You are required to appear. on thIs Order in next four weekly ceelcM divorce. hradtor, County I
their fire fromBUVJ Samuel T. Simpson, son of 27th., / In IxKuex.Wltne. TeleRrapn shall! PUblIsh this Order
aDd I directed 18 months In the South Pacific Mrs. Pearl Simpson Mr. and Mrs Ed Polk ,%.,, Court and ItUS cause the, herein above ** my hand and official In next. four weekly I"u..
and is now stationed formerly of the birth of Hreka divorce neal at Stark. Florida WllneoM my hand anti officialReal
in the a son on July] 2 custody of this July I
Starke writes that at Htarke: Florida, thl
he July
has been .
child and 24.'li'lCtAI.
restoration of I
states. O. L,.
Jordan is 9. 1945
Mra. O. B.
in Scotland Crosby of name. Bradford County ., SRAL
England, France ) A. J. Thomas.
Rhode Island. Both are In the Belgium ville spent a few days last .' "hull publleh thla order vClerk of twilil Court. (OFFICIAL BRAM A. J. Thomas. .
Holland and Germany next four' weekly UntieVltne A* Clerk of ...h'! Court.
Seabee 'I' Frank I.a ml i r urn. tttarke: Flu"lolnJ l I
bS since going overseas with the with her parents, Mr. and \ >.. my hand and official \lty- for Pit. 7-27 4t 8lfIV T. Frank. I.r>ml rum, Mtark, FlnrM.
1053 Engineers. I Lee GaIney. I nt /Slurke, "'lurid", thin July Atty. for I'lf. T-13 4t *-J
1945.! :
ri'L. S. O. DENMARKIN : Mr. "'''' (' /\I. SKAL ('IIIf'I.'r ('UIII.'. till VIIKOIIIICOIN iv .IIITIT ('OI'IIT im
and ) tumult
Mrs. F E. Russ A. J. ThoimiK '
DK .\ GERMAN TOWN "Most of my time has been Clerk i ot said Court. *, KI.OHIOM IN ('H4 9SBIt ('OI >'!"%'. .'I.UIIIU'I l\ l'll\N-:
wi"EM spent in Germany," Sam writes."I son Edwin, Mrs. Vance Russ iert II. Duncan. 517 Lvnch \\ ( KIIV.T : .
p [ Now that the fighting Is over, granddaughter, Jacquelin, I lldlnir. Jacknonvllle, Flurlila.. Helen T. huntIngton Plaintiff. VN >eli>re.. Hlmmnn. Plaintiff I v...
worked on the first railroad Robert HuntliiMton I Defendant.Ktf .
Cpl. S. G. Denmark, son of Mr. bridge to the the week-end with friends fur I'lf. 7-JT 4t 8-17 C,), No. at)21) (No.Miarle Rlitrt.OHUKTl Mlmmon. Defendant. Case
cross Rhine Riverat
Your end Mra. P. S. Denmark of Wesel relatives in Balnbridge, Ga. o'I'J'n OF .tl'\TIONlOli nlu: 'EU OF PITBLll'ATION OF PITTlLirATIOSANI
Start Germany, and have been TO AI'l'KAll
Starke, has a little time for T "\ I>KKI: : ) .'
recreation STATH '
Ii) FLORIDA to: IIII'Iloh.t '
on several other Mr. and Mrs.! James STATB <)!" FIjOHIHA to: Chiirle, *
jobs that
Post War Planning and his outfit, the 763rd not say anything about. I can- of BainbrIdge, <:3a! tire* ,.. :SOT I lllMIHP,''': 13 11111 HKHKHV'Nl>. lacy: (11VF..V, Address I HunllnKton i In %" (whone leorwe' Htint-lionldencv Flinnionn known.: whose residence. I Ie un

Field Artillery, has arranged Itnliy A. llnven, the hoMer, of InK Ion (Hi-other), 8K3 Hamilton
Your this week with Mr You are
"At the to
Placing time required on
By tours for the men, giving them a present I am In followlnir certificates hah. filed Avenue, Bronklvn, New York; Mr.Robert AtiR-tixt: 13, 1D4S, In \the aliova appear named
Rheims, France waiting to go on mother. Mrs. Mary Atkr.son.Mr. i-i'i-llfk'Hten for a tax. di ed to I HuntlnHton wtutHit Pont. (>r- Court and
cau''e. wherein' plaintiff
Now greater ,appreciation of the area iMHUed thereon. The certificate flee. Addrenii IH Mlnnlo
1% Huntlnit-
to seeks divorce
the Pacific, which doesn't suit I and Mrs. Jack Sapp >","" and' years. of Issuance {"radford County .
the ton (Mother). 8395 Parnon Blvd.
they occupy. The outfit has its Trlc raih| shall puhllh thin Order .
These Appliances my feelings at all. I enjoy the children o f Hellbrcnn S ,' of the property' and .lamalca L I New York; und Mr.Robert lu next four weekly IMKIIAVltnen .*.
headquarters In Trier the 2000- nameK In which It r
wan aHMeitHed .
IluntliiHton whose
: \ hnnd' and official[
Telegraph much my
very as it bringsme were visiting Mrs. Nora
year-old town Sapp UM follows: Addrenn. In % Kt.! \v.I.:. "Farlnh
on the Moselle seal at tit ark., Florida, this July
back to the old ," .. No. Z18. Year of I standard Oil Co of J.
BENDIXAUTOMATIC River. good days urday. ,..... *> N. %! I'o..tma..t..r 12. I14HOFKlCIAt.
when I was In Starke." 194.1. New York, N. Y. ( RKAT) A. J. Thoma
: Post-war assignments of the JImmie Malphurs o f DoHcrtptlim of Property: You are required' to appear on A* Clerk of Raid Court.
Sam's present address Is: Cpl. hassee was visiting Mr. and ." Ill Indian II..a'h.:1..0.: 35 & August 24th. 11145 In the .above J. H HarrleiMi. l.itw 1 ..chan..
HOME LAUNDRY 763rd have included military Samuel T. Tup. 8I.:. R. 22 K. named, Court, nlid cause whereinplaintiff liulldlnir., .lacksonvlUe, Fla.
police duty, German border security -: Simpson, Hq. Co., C. Tyler Saturday.Mr. Name In which assessed. : o. J. seeks dIvorce and ...tor. Ally for Plf ,.U 4t S-l
1056th Eng., P.C. R., APO 350,
POINT patrol and and Mrs. Ernest RUSH : n'f said
operation of
HOT I care P. M., New York N. Y. property being In the I'I
REFRIGERATORSRANGES the big camps in which the Al- I children were visiting friends of Bradford, Htate: of Flor

lies are housing former Nazi LT. TRACY BAKER relatives in Donanaville, Ga, I..... auch certificate or certi

prisoners of war until such time the week-end. .* shall I ba. redeemed according
HEATERS STATIONED IN INDIA law the property demirlhed In
WATER aa the ex-prisoners can be returned SKt. and Mrs. G. E. certificate or certlfIcatea, will
Lt. Tracy M. Baker Jr., son sold to the highest bidder at ;
to their wartorn home- of Beaufort S. C. ' cT7
These Become Available of Mr. and Mrs. T. :M. Baker of were \ ( court house door on the firm
lands. friends and relatives here In month of Heptember: ,
live Will Fill Orders In Keystone Heights, has been get 'week. ) which I. the 3rd. day of "Sep

Order of Application ting a birdseye view of an unfamiliar I 1945.
NELSON MOORE SERVES Misses Joyce and Itean J Dated thla 24th., day. of July,
of the war-In
phase .
ABOARD "SHANGRILA"Nelson India. He writes: :, son were in Starke] on ".... .\ SEAt) A. J, Thorn' !
FULL LINE Moore, Aviation Ord- Thursday.Miss of Circuit Court of Brndfo rY1iie JYodcRestaurant
"The that I
war saw was on )". Florida. T-Z7 4t 8-
nanceman 2-c, son of Mr. and Annie Lee
\\YIRING SUPPLIES Akyab and Ramree Islands] and Rogers
Mrs. T. J. Moore of Hellbronn CIMIIir CO HT. IIII 'IFOIII
some time with
spending her
in Rangoon. Most of work '
my INT1 Kl.Olllnil IN '
( Ii tS-
Springs, serves aboard the great was flying in supplies to the and uncle in Beaufort, S. C. 'Kit: ,'.
aircraft carrier, ShangriLawhich ,', Meek WIlllamM. Plaintiff : )
Electric Motors front lines and brin gin I gout MIss Marie Green spent a Troy: Wllllame, Defendant. Case
today is a very real source wounded. I also flew GeneralsSir days In Gainesville laal 8< 02.OltDKIl.
of danger to the Japs and not : OF PJJHt.IC'ATIONASJ
ChrUttanaon and Leese a- with friends. > NOTICR
FluorescentFIXTURES just the mythical base popularized round quite a bit. For two daysI Mr. and Mrs. C. L. HTATK: OF "'I.OHlnto API'KAIt: Troy 9 to Daily

& STRIPS three years ago when the ,".. hone reNldence. IH Un Hours: t9 _
flew a BrItish film actress Pat- and daughters. Joyce and Except Tuesday

Doolittle raiders hit Tokyo. ricia Buike, around to put on were week-end of You are required to appenr on

Decca Records Planes from the Shangri-La shows."I guests .t 2oth, 1945 In the abovo ._ _ _ _ _a
field and relatives] in Georgia. ', Court and CIIUHO, wherein
helped defeat the Japs in the recent at Mrs. lot If? seeks dlvnr..". Bradford .
: am now Kharagpar, Dewey 8. Deloach of .
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Exhaust FansFlashlights Okinawa campaign, raining Telegraph' shall publlnh this ML
India which you probably won'tfind chua was visiting Mr. and \\1'' In next four' weekly 'ImmeHVltneK ., _
bombs rockets and bullets on
the but Ralph Harrell few \ toy hand and official
on map, Guy a days IN TilE SOUTHEASTMore
enemy pillboxes caves and air- nt .Htnrke, Florida, thin. July
Rhodes should be able to tell you week. 1945. drink other.
people any
'''' (' SEAL) A. J. Th..m..
AND BATTERIES where It is. .It is 85 miles south- '
Not this carrier was Clerk of MiilH Court.
long ago west of Calcutta. Have had some l\ ('IH('I'IT (.oln..'. 1IH4I. >"' Frank l nndrum, Htnrke. Florida It must be...

I Hot ShotBATTERIES FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH very good times hunting tiger, t:Kit! VI'V V. KM>IIII> 'I % (' : '. for 1'ir. 7-20:! 4t 8-10 Ad'14ti7

panther and peacock with Gen. Anna (julnn Julian Plaintiff.
Corner Call and Christian Sts. CIHCI IT ('01 lIT Illl tlI,'0111) 4
.I..Iin Julian, L>ert>iidunt. Cane
Chrisflansoa and others here.
Pastor Sir :olTt. fl.OMIIt| IN I. II 95-
Rev. \/. O. Smedley 3915. \ : _
LanternsJL. Haven't killed tigers or pan. OliniSK Orvt '(' (9
Delta Services ast follows: , any 14th"r' .. John Volovar, Plaintiff, vn.
.4 bub should' have .
Bible] Sciio l each Sunday at thers yet you OF KIOUIT to: : ... Paulino Volovar, Dufendant,
seen the big ones that got away! .Jill In n %IUIHB rexl deuce la No. 3UUH.
Duo Therm 10 a. m.Preaching. OIUI I1t I OF PI'BLICATIO.VAND .
"I have enough po'nts for a known. :MITICH TO Arrio/\ii I IQIDI
and communion servIces ,
11 .ATERSBed Von arc required to "" ' '
OF FLORIDA to: :Minnie
and to be home
discharge hope August 24th. 1945 In (lie
at 11 a. m. and 8:00: p. m. Volrmir, hone addreHH In
Court. and "e W
nn6".1 ('au'
soon. "log Htieet Clmrlentun, !Mouth
each Wednes- :
Prayer 1 plaintiff ekB divorce mid "'
Lamps Tracy's address is: 1st Lt. atlun I of .....ith'n name I Hi. IIl1a.
day at 8:00: p. m. .,,, are ifiilred, to appear on
Tracy M. Ba k e r, Jr., 0813292, I'nuntv Telrirruph' shall I'll I li 20th I 194". In the above
Desk this Orilur In next fmir ,,ei (otirt and wherein I II
Lamps 127th Squadron, 2nd Air Commando lssueH.Vltnee. i CIIIIHU
I I n t I ff ..eekN dlv"I ,','.. I tii.1 f.rd jJAsN.
Group, APO 493B-2, careP. my blind and I II t y 'r..h'KTIt"h' | .i-lmll I I iiiiMlxli thin :

M., New York, N. Y. X weal$. 1915.S at gturke: Florida, thin .. In .next. four hnnd, weekly an,1 official InNiieii.VVIIneon .

Radio ServiceMINKLER 1f1l"I"II.'II"J' ,) /\. J. at IStarke my, Florida, thin. July
of mild Court.
TOR ACID INDIGESTION Process SpeededFor An Walter Clerk l.', I llaidewtv Uuytona. ( .',." 1''>I\I.4.1. HI J\I.) A. J. Thomas, S.,All..'. (l..tMu.Ci.u.....,.. Nd.) O.1555

. Fla., Ally for }'It. 7-27 4t Clerk of frild Court. _

LoansThe .. Frank I.iin.lrum, Utaikft, Florida
Farm IN ('tut('( IT ( 01'HT. lilt \ '.. _
for I'lf. 1-2"< 4t 8-10
C'OIT% n.OMIIl \| IN ("1.f.:11 ) : ) DmmmmmmwmlDlmnrolllDlmmmmcmmmmcllllmm.m JcnmlJlOOl1IiWIJDUI1IIa) ) ;

new legislation] recently Done V.I'rlhb Owens. Plitlntlff. 01('I utei 51'" ,rr KIOIIII('III n'r.\|In IV\1'011(''HAN n NOW"SERVING TilE STARKE AREA _

passed by Congress makes it Van Owen, Defendant. Cane '':11,-.

39111. ....
Bnrfleld Harvey, Plaintiff
possible for National Farm Loan ORDEK OF Charles Clifton Harvey De F. :
Cast* No. 8903.
Associations to handle loans more HTATK OF l FIXJHIDA. to:
50cC Owens, whone address In % We cordially invite the public to
Electric Service expeditiously] and will enable AND NOTICK TO AI'I''' Att _
for Kva. Tanner, IIFD) No. 3. OF FLORIDA to: Charles drop by and inspect our fine new I ,
them to tell the applicants way*. "Houth" Carcwna. Harvey whose residene. l Ie.
226 Temple Avenue long-term loans much quicker You are required to dairy on toad 48 east of Starke. I -
Store AUHTUMt 27th., 1946 In the
Carpenter's Drug what action has been taken on named Court and cause .. are required to appear qn A fine herd of dairy cows and the \ F
and 20th, 1945, In the above
plnlntlff neck dlvorc. most modern of sanitary equipment -
their applications.Under ation of maiden name. Brad ... Court and cause, wherein I

the new law, the land County Telegraph shall p u b. Telegraph seeks. divorce.chili. publish Bradford. this insure our customers a V \

bank may lend up to 65 per cent thin Order In next four .. In writ four weekly Innueii.WltneoH .. quality product

of the normal agricultural valueof I."u.Vitn...... my hand and my hand and official _
at Starke. Florida, this July
Florida, thin
seal I at Starkf.
the farm where the limit has 24. 1945. ',' 1945. SKAL A. I. Thomaa PLACE YOUR ORDER NOW FOR DAILY DELIVERY S jt __ __
been about :50 per cent. (OFFICIAL, SKAt) A. J. Clerk of said Court. S
mild. Court.T. .
AH Clerk or
The office of the Gainesville Frank I-iindrum Htarke }' Frank )Landrum Htarke. Florida

EVERYBODY Association which handles land Atty. for I'lf. 7-87 4t for I'lf. 7-20 4t S-10 STARKE MODEL DAIRY j

I ENJOYSEATING bank and Commissioner loans in iv nnn IT ('0 l'nT, 1" 4 ) CIHCI i'r COCIIT. np"'IJFOHIJ NEWSOM. Owner (
W. II.
Bradford and several surrounding ('niXTl. FI.OUIIJAl 1 F5 t'' (VTl. FI.OHIUAI IN CHAN- _ _

AT counties is located at 420 East tion V.Oeorire '':11 V... Swann. Plaintiff I t v*. Route 2 Phone U$ _
Plaintiff vs.
Main Stret, South la. Gainesville. Walewlrs Tuoka.Tunka Defendant. .. C. Hwann, Defendant. Can. Ilox 299KUfflowffiffiuHraBnaHraQa 83


AND NOTICR TO A(? '''; OF FLOHIPA to: Joseph. - \
OF rrxmiDA to:
Hwann whose residence 1. Un- _

Olga 9th Htreet Walewlri, % Mm.Tuoka.Tennle N. Y.411 are required to appear on Old Sarge's Place : t _-

(Mother). New fork .. .. 20th 1945 In the above
Meals You required to
Delicious Regular .." Court and cause. wherein
1843 In the
August 24th. seekS divorce and cuMorty
BUY MORE THAN BEFOREYou9re named Court and cause Tele I
Healthful Vegetable Plates plaintiff "Keek. dlrorce. Child.ahall Bradford publleh this County Order In STARKE'S ORIGINAL ,
TeleKraph hall. pub
four weekly Imiue
Short, Orders this Order In next tour Witness my hand and official

- 4 Iwueit.WltneH. my hand and at Starke, Florida, this July ARMYSTORE

seal. at Starke, Florida, thin ( U45. SEAL) A. J. Thomas, _
25. 1945.! Clerk: of Raid Court.
(OFFICIAL H. IlarrlHon Jacksonville. Fla.
An Clerk or ald Court. for Plf. 7-20 4t -10
Man Walter lIard..tDaytona _
I a Fla., Atty. for-Pit. 7-J7 4t .II..TIT. . f 01 HT. "UFOIIU srsrrrr 4 4 rrrs-ss-srserr Sera I ,
.. KI.OHIIttl IV ('JI.'N-
INrmrtir coi RT, '"I ,
('01 STY-, .'LOItIl'. IN- I.: : I '':IIV.VVooJ worth. Plaintiff v.. Authorized .
and are looking ('IIV.F.v.lyn I It. Wood worth. Defendant.
Brandt Levlne. Noi 3912ORDKK By The JVar Department
v*.. Abraham Levlne, 1)1 t "P' PUBLICATION S
the right things at uP' PI'nLIC.' () OF FLORIDA to: James
I i AND. NOTICE TO Wood worth whose residence I I. Operated '
!'!TAT,: OF FIX>KID toi nown. ,
ham Levlne whoiie residence required to appear on
T are
right prices pout office arl.irenn. I I. Mr. .. 27th., 1945 In. the above By an ExSoldierHEADQUARTERS
Levine, Cancorro, Province of .. Court and came wherein.
agu..y, Cuba. 5.eks divorce. Bradford
You are required to Telegraph shall p u l b lleh

AuiruHt Hth, 1945, In .the .. Order In next. four weekly
named Court and cau.
plaintiff ...ka. divorce. $ 'h."" my hand and official J
Telegraph shall p u l b Florida, thin. July
thin Order In next four t..
ImiueM.Wltne. :; I iAL BEAD A. J. Thoma
... my hand and Clerk of said Court. NOVELTIES and JEWELRY S :
SHAFK seal. at Htarke Florida. thin. H. Duncan, Jacksonville. Fla r'
N'S 25. 194$. for Plf *-27 4t 8-17
Aa. Clerk of laid Court. IIHtllPOIIU

.. Fla.Walter, Atty.C. Hardeety for Plf., Daytona 7-37 4t I (itt>MTV V. "" ..,IIIU' I iv tiitNi Ben Suslow'sArmy 1r

Iin ,," i C. Hchu'l..r. Plaintiff. v*. Nancy
i% "HTIT "0lItT. Cane f
('ol' 'r". .'LOIUIJ,"$ It 4.11JCat'h'ryn : :

"The Store All Soldiers Know"JEWELRYUNIFORMSGIFTS : Walbach Heller ( HER OF PUULICATIO ( Store
v.. Joeeph H. Heller, FLORIDA tot Nancy !
dant. Can. No.OFAND 3519.ptT1rLUATTO'! .... : Bchuyler' whose ..1...*..*.

i BTATK ORDKFt!NOTICE OF FLORIDA T() to: 151. I .First. required Street Florence to appear, Bouth on 209 I E. Call Street Starke, Fla.19i5 11;

Holler. Jr.. wince are -
Jo.eph H. -
dence and address 1* 01321923. :27th. 1>45 In the above : ''h ,


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TO APPEAR I September. 3. lU5. In the above I
j IN nun IT 'OI'II'r. 11I1.UFOIIiICOUNT" thin Order In next four weekly Issues AND NOTICE f
FLORIDA to Charles named Court and "cause wherein |
KLOIIlUAl IX" C'tI.'I-!' . !HTATH: OF ;: k
!I plaintiff .seek divorce. Bradford
r CKKV.Carrl Witness my hand and official James Ivey whose address 'Is unknown I
Heal at Stark, Florida, thin August I County Telegraph shall publish
I" C. Pippin Platt:off. vs Gird .
2, 1445. this Order liuoext four weekly issues. I
1. Pippin Defendant, Case No88t ( (OFFICIAL areA,) A. J. Thomas You are required to appear on ., && t ,
In the above
/ September 3, 1845
: A.. Clerk of .said' Court
named ,Court and cause, wherein Witness nVyatmml' and official' I
onnnn OF PITHLICATIOV W .c. Stinger Attorney lit Law
ANn NOT TO AI'I'ISAU Macolemiy. Florida, Ally. for Plf. plaintiff seeks divorce and restoration I .neal at !Htark-,'* Florida, thU August ,
t -
STATE OF" FI.OBIHA to: $' -'IKt.!' "-3 41 8-M! / of maiden 111&rn e.. Bradford 1. 1945.OFFICIAL ThomasAn P t >r (
Courtly Telegraph shall publlnhthlH ( SEAL) A. J h
Gird U Pippin, 83/11111115. Ilq 1. Co, )le
Order In next four weekly 1sIIUtfK. Clerk of said ,Court .
12th Hn, Z9th Inf )l"gl.l APO 350 alA
Now iv' riiKiir ('OI'IT. lIltSIMIIII18 T. Frank Landrum. Staike: Florida N y
% New
Pontmaster York
York (.(.01..1., FIOIIIOAI IN ('U \%- Witness my hand and official All). for Plf. 8.3 41, '-U 4
You ( 1':11 V. neal ul Ktaike' Florida, this August -
are required. to appear on John Oeorire Bchwelnter Phi.. intiff, 2, 1945 i I'" rintiir ('OIIIT.i nil U'.U.tllI
Slxi day of August, 1545n thnabove
i named court :and VI. KllMH Frieda HfhwelHer, Defendant (OFFICIALSKA" ': I.) A..J. ThomasAH I ('(Pt'l'1. Fi.ol/litl 1\ t'Il.t\.
fane No 3'HIOKPKU '. Clerk of .aid. Court I.HV.Stanley: .
ek dlvfiiccBradford
plaintiff He H ...hallI'ublt..h i : OJ PUHLirATlOV J. H HarrlKon, Law Exchange Bid*. H. Schathti-r, 'Plaintiff, vn
a County" Telegraph/ ANI) NOTICO TO APPMAHSTATK !hachter Uefeiidant
Florida. for Oswald
kHonvllle, Atty Margaret :
thin Order In naxt fours
< .. MrnPllBe .
I weekly lssube.t OF J FLOKIDA : I'lf S-3 4t S-24 CaHe No. J'MS
i Frieda Hrhwel whose ad- PUBLICATION
&er. ORDER OF.
Witness bund and offlrlalal i :
my dross I 54 Cedar Avenue, FarmInRdale APPKAIt
; SOth* ,at 1913.UFI"ICIAI.'SEAL Ktarke. ., Florida, thin July t. I., Now York. (Buffolk Notice In hereby /given that the STATE! OF FLORIDA to: liar
it y ( ) A. J. Th..l11u.At County). City AMHesiior of Taxes for the City" garet O..w..ld. Schuchter Apt e0 i
l Clerk nf .said Court. You are. required to appear on of Starke, Florida will meet with A Tuneeie Drive I Uberty Homen I
August, 31, tilt, In the above named i H. C
} Kick H. lmuglas, Gainesville. Fin the City Council of the said City In Extension, North Charleston
Court and cause, wherein plaintiff the of You to on I
8-3 the office of City Clerk are required appear
for Plf 8-24
Atty .seeks divorce.. Bradford (,'ollnLv above l
I the City of Starke, Florida at September 3rd, 11I45. In the
Telegraph .shall publish thin. H:311: o'clock P. M., August. 14, 1945 named Court and cause. wherein'I
inn IT f 01 iir. nititponi) Order In next four weekly InmiesWitness fur I the purpose of hearing complaints plaintiff seeks divorce J'radtord
101 \'1'.1.0.1111'1 lIM \ ('ll\'. my hand and filial and receiving testimony as I County Telegraph shall publish
I I'"1r. Neal I Rt Sliirka, Florida thin. August to the value of any property realor 'thin. Order In next four weekly Issues -
Anlolnpttt.II amnr.., J'lalntlff, VHKdwaid 2. ItMl personal, an fixed by the City .
Altamoro. lipfendiint CUM (OFFICIAL }01Ar.) A. J. Thomas Assessor of Taxes on his ansessment Witness my hand and official
;l Nil. :J1043MKPKII. An Clerk of said Court roll for the year 1945. and seal at :Starke, Florida, thin August -
OF ri'HMCATiov Walter r*. Mardetity. Daytona for the purpose of perfection, receiving 1st, 1945OFFICIAL .
ANf NOTICH TO APPKAIi I'"rh. Fl.. At Iy. for Plf ;, and equalizing' such asHessmentn ( SEAL;: ) A J. Thomas "
,l STATIC Ol" FKOKIHA to:CdwnrdAltnrnore 8-.1 4t 8-24 .1 An Clerk of said Courti. G :'I?< f.t f if l"t4t' 4' \ i& lSA
)I whoso addrews In. -Koute, All pemonv own' nR _property._. _, Frank ...._.nu_ ' ctiwi !..*_. FI._*,.'U"'An', : .
4. Box 22fi Ihinllntfton. Iconic I.t l I.- l> f lilt'1'1'1' <' >lltr. III \ )"' ) Joc-t to assessment. In the for ['If. 8-3 4t 8-24
land, Nnw York. V111'\I'V. Fl.Olllltll IX /'lit\'. "Starke, Florida are notified to"U"-j 1'- _
), You nr"' required, to appear on 1'/'Ht' Y. pear at such meeting' to make \ rutc'i'IT ('(11'11'1'. lilt 'UFOIIU
Bupiemlier: 8, 11145, In I the nlinv .lames ('ierald' 1II1' "hb. Plaintiff' VH.Maiicnret complaints or "Rive such ('(/I \'rl r FLl)1111).11 iN t11.\-: :
nnmod Court niul cause, wherein eLinicy. McColtli Hofendant on to the value of any property I I I tKlll.Calvin '. VIi VIE! VB yr
plaintiff .seeks divorce end custody Cane No 3<>4'l01'KHH rent or personal an fixed by the F Schwartz Plaintiff VH.Dorl !
1 i j of minor <'hlld';'en, Hradford ('0'11I-1| OF PlfHMCATlOV' City Assessor of Taxes. upon his i .* K. Schwartz Defendant Cano
Iv Teli'iciHph" shall pulilUh. lhl. AND NOTlCn' TO APPEAR ASHMutnivnt Hull as they may deHire No 310OIIMEU.
prrler In nit four weekly I IWllneKN I....".... STATIC OF FLOltlltA to: MrnMarvuret . OF PtmLICATION
my hnnd And otftrinlseal DpI AI'I&'Y MrC'ohh. whononddreHM Ulvrn by the order of the Tlty AND NOT1CR TO APPEAR
nt Hlarke, }o'iorldllI.III Aur.f la-1223 St. Marks Avo. Council of this City of Starke. this HTATH OF FLOIUDA to: Mrs'
la' :n:. I'll 6OKFICfAI. Brooklyn N. Y. I 3ht day of Julv: 1945. A. I>. Doris Jo}. Schwartz whose rexl-
a,' ,( HMATA"' .7. "hnm"8. You ore required. to appear on I CARL, JOHN, dance and address ID, !Mm' Doris K
a n AN I Mel "It of Maid I Court. August' 31, 1441 In the above named 8.3 2t 8.10 Clerk Schwartz 90 Adams !Street, Tona- I I
Wllllnm U. :Morgan. Bth Floor Clark I wanda. New York. v
and wherein plaintiff
t' ti Court ( nun I *
I ' Hulldlno 1 1 I ;. .iMckBonvlllit. Florid' seeks divorce' Bradford County iv" nun'IT ('01'IIT. iu Il4 r>ioiiiiOIMTI You are required. to appear on ul
i Ally, for Plf 8-3 4t S-24 Telegraph .shall publish thin OrderIn (' ', KI.OIIIII IN: CIll'V-:' September S, 1945, In the above
next four weekly IBNUOB 11II: V.oiiunn. named Court and cause, wherein
"t IN" riiKiir COIu'r, \111"011" Witness! my hand and official l op PirnLir-ATiov plaintiff seeks divorce Bradford
"0' '\'h' JI".OIl.II' 1* Lll: \. ,wtl I at Stnrke Florida this Au- AM NOT1CI3 TO APPEAR County Telegraph shall publish thin
at k' ('HIM.: "ITUHt 2. 1145 Adele l Inndy Jrelw. Plaintiff vs Order In next four weeklv: InfiueHWltnenn . .
F.. t. Mt-Sweenv Plaintiff VH AdaM fWI"II'IAtlEAl.! .) A..J. Thomas M C tire I 1&', Pefendant. Casa No. my hand and official
f < f { MtSweeny, Defendant, Case. No A.. Clerk "t Bld Court 81128TATK! : neal I at Slarke, Florida, thin July ,
3943 Walter C. Ifardenty. Daytona !? OF : !:! to: M. C. 27th!! 1945.
.. FLORIDA : 'r .
ro.. ._ harm ... ...
J onnisii( op PUBLICATION Bnn, <'h, Fla Atty for f't1 -e and n. IOF FICIAL SEAL) Themaa.
I t; uv4 ANI NOTICE T<) APPKAHSTATK 8-3 4t 8-34. dress. Is! M (', fI lrel'11'. 108 W. AH. Clerk of said Court
+ E OK FLORIDA to: Ada M. ' Jones. Street, Raleigh North Car T. Frank Landrum !Utarke, Florida
MtHweeny whose address In un IV"i ('iu/ iir < 01 it-r, IIII FOHIOlMI'l > vi hta. Atty. for Plf. 8-3 4t 8-24
J 1 y known. (' FI.OMIIIAI IX II\M-' You are required. to appear on
I you t,5 You are required. to appear on l'i.:IIY. September 3, 1945 In the above ix nnri'iT' 'ol'IIT nii>poiii>
September a, 1941V In this above Adela Ivey, Plaintiff, v... Charles named Court and cause, wherein. coixri' ', ri.uiiinti IN tii.%>-
491" named Court and cause. wherein. James Ivey, Defendant. Ca, "e No. plaintiff seeks divorce. and restoration ('Kit)'.
u 44 t plaintiff .seeks divorce. Bradford 3937. of Maiden name. Bradford ; Ray C. Smith Plaintiff, "". Jo ephlne .
t County Telegraph shall publish OIlDEn OF PUBLICATION County Telegraph shall pub- Smith, Defendant. Case No.
llnh/ this Order In next four weekly 3929.!* j' 'Ire.etc
t1 t' ---- /IsMtienWltnesn. Tueaoae Tbe.r
:1f' t my hand and official AND NOTICE TO APPEAR/ Ire /One
: ; .neal at Starke, .Florida this July STATE OF FLORIDA to: Jone-
!. fifI'\' 90. 1945 phlne Smith whose. residence and 0f'
(OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas address In: Mrn Josephine. Smith
M d / A. Clerk of said Court. 416H E. Easton Street, Tulsa Okla
I j ft. T Frank Landrum, "'tarkFlorida homa.( ,
: ; t Atty. for Pit. 8-3 4t 8-24 You are' required to appear on
t 'II't It September 3, 1945 In the above .
J ,.I '" irinriir roiiir. nit\nronn named Court and cause, wherein'
"'fll' T"', 'I.OIIIIJ.1 tCHAM.. lilulntlff' seeks divorce. Bradford
;r. f l VHV.: '. County Telegraph shall publish Fire tons rA 'r
Frank P. Martin, Plaintiff vii. Vlr. thin order In next four weekly :
I HTlnla R Martin Defendant. Cane l HuenWltnenn. 1is
; I .i :: No. 3116. my hand and official
\ '4'f ijl'' : ORDER OF PirBLICATlOV anal at Stance., Florida, thin July .Ii
i 4.! ".\ ::9P AND NOTICE TO APPEAR 27th. 1945.OFFICIAL. K t 1
r, % ., STATE OF VUmiDA to: Vlr.irlnla ( SEAL) A..J. Thomas, I I A
f .1' : S. Mnrtln whose address In.D2I2 : A.. Clerk of said Court.T. 'r''i
;" : I"'. e nth Ave. Brooklyn N. Y. Frank LnndruStarke, Florida Fo,

'yr,, i i ''It),1.> -r..y.:. "' I. ;i. You are required to appear on Atty. for PIt 8.3 4t 8-24

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