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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: June 25, 1943
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Official County Publication Established In 1877 :


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deaf field Sells Marine Outfitted Aged Man Found To Of War Supply PrisonersWith News Pay As You Go Chairman Collect WantedTo Cans 38 Men Called ;



the month of June the County Agent L. T. Dyer this ; : i
uildingn After Being Lost American Red Cross begins the Tax Plan week Issued an urgent appeal for To Blanding : ;tF

publication of a "Prisoners of some patriotic citizen to accept '

War Bulletin." It will be sent the job of "tin can chairman" and "

Call Street Near KeystoneJ. free of charge to all known next Ready To StartThe assume responsibility for the collection Last Week : .;.; ,

of kin in the United States of and disposal of tin cam I'' ,

America prisoners of war and around town. ; 'Ill '

I \v W, Edenfield has sold hisJulldlng "" D. Thompson, 81-year-old civilian Internees. Its primary: modified Ruml Income tan Anyone who will) volunteer tc A large quota of 38 white men '

on Call Street-the one d' former resident of Starke, now purpose will be to share with the act, known as "pay-as-you-go;" do his (tor her) part In the war from Bradford County reported

ihlch! houses the Edenfleld Jew- living at Keystone Heights was families of our prisoners the Information will go into effect July 1. Aftei effort by accepting this job, may for Induction Into the Army at

|,y--to Carl J, Carter, of Jack- we are able to gather that date, one-fifth of every, see Mr Dyer or leave word at Camp Blanding on Tuesday June .j

bnvllle, who Is at present serving, found by a detachment of men from many sources about their) worker's pay, after certain allow the Telegraph office, phone 29 15.: Although it has not yet been ,I"

I the Armed Forces. The deed from, the Keystone Army A11 welfare, what is being done for ances, will be taken out by hU Full details concerning the dude announced how many of this

| executed on June 1 and re- Field at 11 o'clock Saturday; them, and what they need. employer and sent to the federal of the job will be given after a group were rejected, the following ;

lorded a9 June 11, and the financial morning after having been lost Copies may be obtained by writ- tax collector. This is the "with volunteer chairman has been ob Is a list of those called:

lonslderation was around $8,000, In the woods north of Keystone Ing to your"American Red Cross holding" provision I by which tained. Carl Jenkins William McKinley -

) distance conversation for more than 24'hours. Chapter or telephone 35. everyone pays his taxes In the Thomas, Glen Leon Denlton.. i

A long, Edenfleld In Jackson- When found by Sgt. C. J. Bog- year In which he earns the taxable Robert S. Davis, Jim Jack Parker

Ith Mr revealed the fad den, Mr. Thompson was in a very; Income. He pays 1943 taxes ,Huge Painting (volunteer), J. C. Anderson, Jim I

,lie yesterday did not sell his stock oltwelry I, weak, almost unconscious condition Hampton Man In 1943, that It. Moore Edwards, Andrew Jackson
fcat he The other of the Griffin Ernest Amoa Broughton 1 I
and will continue in busl- : and was rushed to the Key important part ,
stone Army Air Field Hospital for new act Is the so-called "for Herman Lee Nettles, Charles
Lt In Starke until Mr. Carter'sElans Now On Display] ,
perfected. It is not treatment and then taken to the Drowned giveness" of the tax on the 1942 Eugene Clyatt Frederick Wells

are what busl- Alachua County Ho a pit t a 1 In -last year's-Income. In the origInal Sheldon, Orville Edward Keays,
just type
flown as yet Gainesville.The Ruml bill, completely crossing Richard Vincent St. John, John
LS will in Starke. IIlas A large and beautiful oil painting -
he open off of the 1942 tax was Intended Wesley Brown, Ralford Allen GUI,
( Wm. H. Jones r-old
made known that the aged man left the home o 67-y a
also 12x25: feet-Is free '
on exhIbition -
but b both Samuel Thomas
Johnnie Stewart
Kir who Is in the Army; M.'. and Mrs. B. F. Rose at Key bachelor of Hampton, brother of as finally passed y ,
Carter
houses the "forgiveness" amounts at the Gospel Tabernacle Robert Wales Griffin,
Simpson, !
of Starke
B Alexander
the deal for a brother. stone, with whom he had been Mrs. W. '* ,
lade living, Friday morning at 9 o'- was drowned In Lake Walnwrlght to about three-fourths of last on the corner of Cherry and Madison Alva William Coleman, William '
Mr Edenfleld bought the lot year's bill for Robert Letts Bert Harmon Creek-
most people. ,
of his farms. about 1:30 Is that for
clock, to visit! one near Keystone Heights streets. It one ,
from the Masonic Lodge the lat- tta : afternoon while he Farmers do not pay the 20 percent more, Curtis Odell Jones, WU-
failed return. Sheriff Wednesday
When he to
ler part of March 1941 paying j weekly tax as such. The several reasons, should be seer liam Marshal Walpole, Julian j '
and and friend Mrs Dora .
A. O. Andreu was notified a life-long In Starke
|3,000 for It, and the building, 'to law says that if 80 per cent of: by every person Earl McRae, Ralph Laurie Brad-
of the Piers fishing.
s started a search vicinity: were
egun the latter part of April, your gross Income comes from Every Bible student should aee ley, Earl Starling Coolidge Gas-
from the to Mrs. Alexander,
40 nearby According
cost around $2,800. The using men : will file estimate It because it depicts that well- Crews Cues'i'i .
jas to swim farming, you an sett. Lacy Augusta :
Air Field, under orders of Lt. Col. Mr. Jones was an expert
idenfleld Jewelry was formally: L1'! .J Eugene Rice. Sheriff Andreu and mer, so must have had an at. of your taxable Income for known" Bible scene, "BeUhaxzar'iFeast ter McKinney, George Carter !' :' :

paned to the public May 31. directed the tack of He had lost a 1943, on December 15: and makea or the "Handwriting on Powell, Joe March Boylew, Charles ,;.J' I
Cohee
Capt. E. T. cramp. "
which stuck payment based on this estimate. the Wall, and does it well. The Phillips Edwards. James Tip- P'f s, !
.. search which ended successfully: minnow, got on a
Scouts it, Then on March 15, 1944, you will picture, painted In rich colors and pings Hunter, Cecil Jones Fred ,
iwtey when Mr Thompson was found log, and was trying, to get '
send In a corrected report of tax so well proportioned that It muket Ernest Mang, Jr., Meyer] Charles 1'
hole I' i
lying 500: feet off Road 28, wear- when he stepped into a deep
Save Woman ,'t.. ..J, neither hat, shoes nor socks and went down. able Income, and an adjusted payment one feel as If he were In the big Parlser, Robert Howard Richard. '. i i

rom DrowningThe Pvt. Joseph R Thomas, son of; His Ing chances of recovery are said He was born I n Providence,, If your estimate Is In banquet room with the Egyptians, ,,' t .f
Assyr'suns and Jews, required l '
Mr. and Mrs. Bartley D. Thomasof to be good.A which at the time was In Brad error, that Is too low by more Takes Course :\ L : :
seven months hard full-time work
unlimited value of Boy Erooker, is shown above being Md ford County, and in all lived over than one-third of your corrected t!.! i
native of Chestertown la Income figure, you must pay I 6 This outstanding work of art In Aircraft f ,(1'\
cout training was brought home outfitted with his regulation has resided In 40 years In the County. lie \
: week when \ Marine : Mr. Thompson Mrs. per cent penalty on the amountof was painted by the mother of a ''
orcibly last Billy clothing at the Corps Florida for the past 15: years. survived by his aged mother, Recognition'Mrs. ''I I
dwards: senior patrol leader, Base in Atlanta, Ga. Looks as Starke M.! L. Maynard. Of Santa Fe, and error.Agricultural. Starke citizen K. A Fletcher,,
In
nd Coleman Phillips\ assistant if Pvt. Thomas has also receivedone I During the years of the spent time at the a half-sister, Mrs. C. O. Dupuis, 'I workers, houHehold the sign painter-.when she wan, Grace Walnwrlght. Chief ?"F 't

atrol leader, of the Lawtey of those regulation Marino he lived part Hotel and at the who lives with her; a sister, 1\11'1,1 help, and people Irregularly em 80 years of age. Those who are Observer of the Aircraft Warning rf 1i;,

Iroop succeeded In saving a haircuts. I Magnolia part \V. B. Alexander, of Starke; a ployed are exceptions also. These not art critics cannot tell the Service a t Starke, attended a ,, :
home of Mis. Cora Cason Young. workers file estimates of 1943 Income difference between her J1
woman from drowning in Kings- brother, J. R. Jones, of High painting clans of civilian volunteers of the ;. t
ley Lake. He owns three farms In Bradford Springs; three nephews, ,J. B. on September 15: this yea I'. and those of the old mustersAnd' round Observer Corps In, the t", 4 ',;

66th Sponsors County and one In Clay and was: 'Alexander, of Starke; K.!: U. Jones,, In the future years the date will even art critics. themselves. Seminole Hotel, Jacksonville, this t,q.?

The Lawtey Scouts were en- II Interested In the production of school principal at Archer; and be March 15. The tnx will be have looked at her "Feaot of lid week. The class consisting of "I ,;;;;1
0lnj an outing at the Lake, bulbs. '
] gladioli sala-
Carl Dupuls of Miami; and two paid quaiteily. Most high nhuzzar" In astonishment volunteers from North Florida f' '};!'

>-ome of them passing their swim I nieces :Mi'8. Earl 1 Winston of 1 tied persons come under this pro In all, the artist Mrs. Stuart and South Georgia, are receiving : 'r '

ming. tests knew and how,others enjoying, who various alendy I Beauty Contest Red Cross Aid Denver, ,Colo., end Mis. Harry I vision, too. All within this group Fletcher, has painted more that Instructions In aircraft recognition ;; :,t f.'r ,
do not have the 20 cent week
Overlooked Uassett of Santa Fe per 230 figures in the picture. There f,, t '.
did not Often .
water They
sports. Funeral servicrj" and Intermentwill ly withheld from their earnings, are all types from Intent IlclHhaz- The Army Air Forces have de- '':'' :

know that the afternoon would j ,Staike beauties,will compete ; On Home Front be' held todrflr] at lCh3OAsM.at .. but..pay >> .thcLr. Jivcpme. the following zar ,holding the Jewish golden elded that, due to the Increasedtempo It q. !
bring such a good opportunity to with others from Jacksonville, St .
did
\ year, as everyone up goblet, to the men and women.
I I the Newnansvllle Cemeterynear of the war, It has become r" '(; ,
demonstrate what had learned Gainesville! In
and : a '
they Augustine I So much errjpliasls has been Alachua, with the pastor of 1 1I to now. There Is the arrogant type, the necessary for the observation '. f ;
but Is value of the of the I :
that the the
contest to pick Queen placed on the work overseas, by the Alachua Baptist Church of For people earning regular curious one who has jumped to posts to report aircraft all to type, I'and
I
Scout motto, "Be Prepared. new 66th (Panther)) Division in I that the waged or salaries then, the new \
I both radio and press, ficiating. Funeral arrangementsare the chair to see what It Is all the observers are receiving 4t. ,

While on this} trip, the Boys a pageant to be staged in: the I operations of the Red Cross home In charge of the Key-McCabe tax will operate this way: about, when the fingers of a expert military instruction In the : k "

also learned how to start a fire 'open-air theatre at Camp Blan- rant have been somewhat obscured Funeral Home of Jacksonville Twenty per cent of your earnIngs man's hand write the doom of( identification of aircraft

and cook a meal. ding Sunday night, Miss Frances I The practical patriotism will be withheld every week, the old King on the wall of his ;

The Rev. Herbert Hazzard, Peek and Miss Evelyn Stump of I of local men and women li not after deductions for allowances palace. There are the fearful, : )

chairman of the Lawtey Troop the Junior Woman's Club are In I' quite so spectacular aa the ser Canning At BHS These allowances are: The first the religious, the Incredulous, the Motion Yet ,: !;'I''I'No

Committee, is serving as Scoutmaster charge of securing entries from 'I vices rendered In the farawaycombat $12 of weekly paycheck, Is not astonished.The For New Trial f .; 1

until of Starke. areas, but they are none taxable If you are single. If you ,I> '
the opening painting was twice on exhibit
school. The pageant will! reach a stir the less Important Continued( on page eight) In the large First Methodist In Daugherty Case r :' 1 \
Ends
climax when Maj. Gen. H. SaturdaySaturday \
ring There isn't much glory In bangIng Church In St. Petersburg, where With the deadline rapidly approaching \t. {
of the
F. Kramer commandec
''Immortal Sergeant' ; your thumb with a hammerIn Rotarians Hear the artist lived for six years prior In which to file mo- 1.i '. ;" ;

66th the, awards most an beautiful engraved girl.trophyto Pre- an amateur effort to repair a June 26, Is the last Home EconomistMrs. to"her death recently. It will be tlon for new trial In the murder 't > I

Comes To ParkFrom the the girls will davenport, as Mrs.: Jeannette Kln- day that the home economics department on exhibition at the Gospel Tab case of Ernest Daugherty, who .' r y.!
ceding pageant, knows only too well. No ernacle this week only from 10 Nov. 21 1942. '' i' .
dance at the cald of BHS will be open for Jessie Thompson, home killed Dan Moore <
all the far-flung fields of be guests at a tea Club. body will pin any medals on your the convenience of Bradford economist with the Florida Power to 12 A. M and from 3 to 6 and up to Thursday no such motion .: '.S,, '

battle, there has come no, more Division Officers'Include the chest for that, or for using your County canners' Miss Daphne tc Light Co, In the north Florida from 8 to 9 P. M. Friday and had been filed with the Clerk of I.,. ,'jfi' {

stirring story than the heroic epic Guests will residents mayors of Coupon A gas delivering yourhandiwork Norman, head of the department, district, spoke entertainingly to Sunday evenings a special program the Circuit Court. '''i' ,", '

of Libya which has been made Into and other prominent In the to the Company day stated yesterday, Members of the Rotary Club here will be given In connectionwith A Circuit Court jury on June ,,- ,' '
girls
an exciting film,' "The/Immor- the towns entering room when you have finished! the The equipment, of the depart Wednesday on the Importance of the picture. Be sure to tee 10 rendered a verdict of second l'degree
tal contest. '
Park Sergeant, ment has been available to canners proper diet in peacetime as wellas 111! .. .. .... murder, and unless mo- j|i

Theatre, Sunday, Monday Job.But some day maybe your own each Tuesday and Saturday wartime. tlon la made for new trial, the ;

and Tuesday. I Pop Corn Machine son In Camp will be mighty grate during the month of June Vitamins definitely are not a High Praise ,, defendant will automatically be i :

Starring Henry'Fonda and MauI I Catches On FireThe ful to you when he flops his fad, Mrs. Thompson stated, tellIng sentenced by Judge John A, H, "
reen O'Hara this film tells the For Red Crops
weary frame down on those soft Of DarknessAt how an early captain in the Murphree to from 20 years to ,

Inspiring story of an Indomitableband electric popcorn machineIn cushions after a hard day's drill. Edge British navy discovered that he Comes From FrontWith life In the State Prison The i

< of fighters who conquer the the Park Theater caught fire That's just a small sample of I Florida Soon could save his men from the deadline was set by the Judge as r
Their
enemy and the elements.
leader about 4:15: : P. M. Monday, causing what's going on all I over the plague of scurvy by adding the no thought whatever that the 26th. i
but Is the sergeant of the title, quite a little stir and excitementboth Country by grace of the Red Errol Flynn and Ann Sheridan juice of one lime to their limited even a small part of his letter ,
*
it Is the inner battle of the Inside and outside the show Cross and Hospital Council which head the distinguished cast of dally ration. would be published, Lt.-Col. Ben Col.I Williamsq4' '
corporal which film Its I "
key gives the house, but ddlng little or no damage baa advanced from an experimental "Edge of Darkness, an absorbing The way that foods are prepared Sternberg, In a personal messageto ''

Portrayed by Fonda, the to anything except the project to one of the established story of a Norwegian fishing! village Is an Important factor in hla parents, Mr and Mrs Nat Is Reappointed ,. \

corporal "finds" himself amid the machine Itself. The machine was services to the Armed Its simple, peace-loving people preserving th e i r health-giving Sternberg of Starke, paid high .
Inferno of battle and emerges as and of the brutal Nazi boot Col.! Joe Hill Williams of Lake ; ; 'i
stands at done
stated work
ruined, according to the proprietor I Forces. Its census now qualities Mrs. Thompson tribute to the being
an Inspired leader when the death ; W. N. Carnasfon, at a loss i 140 Councils with more than 1600 that stamps out freedom where- and she emphasized the fact that by the American Red Cross Butler was notified last week by !t"". ,

of the sergeant forces Jilm to of perhaps $500: or $600 moat of participating chapters serving ever It goes. It will be shown at much of the vitamin content Is among the Ameflcan soldiers Governor Holland that he had )

assume leadership of' the patrol. which was covered by Insurance.The thousands of military and naval the: Florida Theatre beginningwith lost when too much water is used where he Is stationed In North been re-appointed a a Assistant
Fonda and O'Hara are supported the midnight show Saturday State's Attorney for the Eighth i r
explanation was simplethe units from coast to coast. In cooking vegetables. Africa. ,
by an outstanding cast headedby tad continuing' through Sunday, Judicial Circuit for the ensuing
got overheated and the The Northeastern Camp and Mrs. Thompson also gave the "Followed your Red Cross cam-
pan
Thomas four the term
new beginning
Mitchell. Allyn Joslynand the which meets next Monday and Tuesday. Rotarians some valuable hint on In the said Col. years "
young lady who operates Hospital Council paign paper, ,' j>
Reginald July 31, 19(3 The appointment -
Gardiner. machine poured some oil In it, Tuesday, June 29 at 10 AiM.., The story makes stolid skillful Norwegian use the canning and drying of foods, Sternberg In a belated letter just was made by Governor Holland (," t
started, Mr at of the traditionally especially vegetables that are now received which written April
and the blaze was at Red Cross Headquarters was and was confirmed by the 1
for
Cigarette Dealers Carnaslon said. The Fire Department Camp Blanding needs your sup temperament as a foil being produced in victory gar- 28, "and was mighty glad you State Senate In the last week of .

Must was called but before port. Starke has furnished one the Nazi commandant, whipping dens. She said that the members made It. Believe me, it Is money (
Get PermitsDon't Its recent session.
the engine arrived Cecil Douglas, day room, but there are many him Into a mounting he learns frenzy that he of could: pass these tips on to their well spent. The Red Cross is In announcing the appointment, '

member of the, department who that are bare and unfur- frustration as wives. the only charity organization that
forget that all who ex- more ?'cannot frighten these simple people the Union County Times stated: .
Gulf Service articlesof reaches the In the front line,
Pect to continue to deal In ciga- works next door at the nished. If you have any into subjugation. The only boy "Col. Williams, one of the most
rettes Station, had extinguished the furniture that could be used Fill In Data and they are there every minute :
must secure a state permit, he knows to do is to resortto capable and successful lawyers In
giving them" flame with a couple of Foamlte for this purpose, please call Mor thing with magazines and candy, as .
the authority to do more brutalities, which bring On Ration Book 3 the circuit, has served as Assistant
*>, This is a requirement of thenew extinguisherS Fire Chief R. C.3uford i 55. Better still, plan to goo the villagers' stubborn spirit of well as taking care of any trouble State's Attorney for the past
and Hospital Service a soldier might have back home.
cigarette tax law which statedRation the Camp several Friends throughout -
goes resistance' to the explosion point Ration Book Three Is now beIng years.
Into effect July 1 when the new Council; next Tuesday morning that destrpys! the commandant distributed and the "Attentionf "Our Red Cross representative the circuit will be gratified j.to 1.

three cent tax is added.. [ Board ClerkThe and see what this chapter and and every other Nazi In the town. the public Is called to the fact ," continued Col. Sternberg, learn that he will fill the post- f1

O. H. Browning, who is with other chapters are doing.Dr. In addition to the stars, the that the only thing appearing on "goes' Into every battle with the tlon for another term." i,

the State Beverage Department, local Rationing Board In fine cast includes Nancy Coleman the cover is the name of the owner assault battalion. So you see your I Appointment of State's Attorney ; j

under whose jurisdiction this tax the Starke Armory now has an Parks Rebuilds Walter" Huston, Judith Anderson, of the book. Each owner It 1 work wasn't In vain." T. E!:. Duncan of Gainesville fort I

"Sher-Ca additional clerk In the person Ruth Gordon, Helmut Dantlne and advised to fill In the address on I N Sternberg was chairman of four-year term beginning July

office in the Bradford County of Mrs. Earl Johnson, formerly Kingsley CottageIn Tom Fadden. his page, and other pertinent Information he: recent Red Cross War Fund 1 was confirmed by the Senate .

Courthouse at Starke Tuesday Miss, Martha Brownlee. of Starke. of the 70-year-old summer called for. Drive during which Bradford early In the recent session. Mr.\ '. j

and Wednesday, June 29 and 30 That makes the line-up of regular place residence that Dr. W. B. Churches Start Each owner should copy down County' contributed more than Duncan, who has served one term : ',"

for the purpose of issuing these paid employes now at the RationIng lost fire on his Kings- Two the number of his book so that 6000. In this position most capably, was ;
'
permit!!, Board as follows: W. L. Blair, Parks by a few weeks Vacation School le might have It for reference nominated by the people of the '' .,
Lake
Chief Clerk, with Mrs. Lydia M.. ey property modern 3- In the event the book Is lost. Diamond BallT. cIrcuit without opposition n the 'f
erecting a
Is
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: New Manager Wlmberly and Mrs.. Earl "Johnson igo oom he' bungalow at a cost 4>f Next WeekThe laving this number will make It primary last year. \\ ". i.

as assistants, together with around 3500.: The work began regular summer session of rosier to obtain a new book ifecessary L. Hamiter, diamond ball \

Babble Cox |Is the new manager numerous volunteer helpers, as about the middle of May, and he the Presbyterian-Episcopal Vacation enthusiast, has asked that all Brownlee Sells |LI f

lit fcd< > ,l's Jewelry store, hav- occasion demand expects to move Into his new Bible School will begin Monday Starke men who are Interested In .'
T"? come the MethodistSunday a diamond ball team meet him on Mr and Mrs. H. L. Brownlee ; .'1\\ '
to take the place of home about July 10. morning, June 28, In Lawtey '
J Jahn Pruitt Births Church and will the B. H. S. diamond every afternoon recently sold to George Burrlsa 'f j.t .
who recently returnIt Recent able to secure a Government Presbyterian "
He was
e ed to Mr- Edenfleld's Jacksonville build because ontlnue through July 4. School 10 A. M. Mornng at 6 o'clock for practice. 10 acres of farm and timber land ,' I
to '
Mrs Mr. and Mrs. William Henry permit Fred Yerkes and the Worship 11 A. M., subject hie Is anxious to form a crack wo miles northeast of Starke
lore. Cox 'Is also an em- of the lumber used came The Rev.
Blandlng. June most team challenge the soldier tear Road '48. The property !inluded ,.
Youth Fetowship to
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there Camp John the Baptist. 4 I
Mr-. Cox bas workedHr Ogletree. his land at the lake Rev. Chas. Allen will be In charge
, Mt from own meeting at 7:30: P. M. earns at the USO. How's about : a house, Mr. Brownlee '
E den fIeld at Winter 18, boy. PlcKett. md very little strategic material md all young people between ages
, toVsen and Bartow before coming Mr. and Mrs.' Ted Rogers was necessary. 3 and 16 are Invited to attend. Evening service 8:30.: leT said "

) Starke, June 23, girl. I

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FRID -
BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKB.!: FLORIDA afar
PACK TWO ;
I'V FLUIIIItAI 111 t'II.tY- in next four Dunn' ..
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came the deadline of June 15. Frantic (...:ttV. Witnies mr "hope '...... ""

The Bradford County Telegraph Americans tore into town with Ration Book Oa&41i691 Myrt'la I. Phillips Phillip", Defendant.Plaintiff, vn.Case Harry No. let:1943Starke F9urldsoFFIC1AL 'n tb,IrJ I,,
2412. ( LAs .
KfttabllHhed Mitt Number One, its precious coupon 17 scorching ORDER OP PUBLICATION:' Ph\I."a!( i '1\Of
ANt: NOTICE TO APPEAR laQ. JlarrlHon, Ja 1 ), "'14
r AAB.M.BEPI = rClFLORinPRESS their fingers. STATE OF FIXRir to HarryI. Ally. fur (.If ( "V'II' ,
Phillips, whose add res... I* clo I'I 4(1
mobbed. Clothes were *
; ASSOOA3TONMMIQKALEDrTORIALASSOOAnOW\ Shoe stores were Mother 102 Womflxld (Street,
trod shoe clerks ran Author of "How to Win Friends Orcvnvllle, South Carolina.You War Bonds
: 'V) torn feet were upon, are required to appear on tholll
around in a whirl and exhausted merchants and Influence People" July Court Eth.and, 1943 cause, in, wherein lhe'above nlulnllrf named t something a rood more It'"

I C.: L. Matthew ___________ Editor and OwnerSUUSCKIWION closed their stores that night with a litterof seeks divorce Bradford C o u nty men:." Firnre I/t IOIUlI, ,.11514.....

HA'IKVearly. boxes on the floor and half their stock -- '"

: $l.75j Six Month. mi.OO swept off their shelves.It .

coa isn't just shoes, either. Coupon 17 MAKE YOUR JOB INTERESTINGIn

>ubU bed Weekly on Friday and Entered Stark m* Sc-Fla. isn't the only guilty one. There are those 1924 a young widow had to get some kind of a Job to OFFICE
sal Claw Matter at the Foot Office at had died suddenly
little red and blue points. They're dangerous support her two children. Her husband

too. Let an expiration date come leaving her with two children.
They 'Will Not Forget Her name was Mrs. S'UPPLIES
around, and accumulated coupons come pouring She had been born in Schenectady, New York, of Polish
b It is often said that war is harder for forth in a torrent. Frenzied buyers immigrant parentage. Her education had been limited. .

those who remain behind than for those rush to turn their points into meat and canned She had left school when she was in the eighth grade to go _40-

Millions now experiencing the to work. Met a cook in a restaurant. Married him. He
who go. are goods regardless of whether they actually -
f;1, sleepless nights, the ceaseless worry of remaining need them.It I died, and so Sophie Baikusis found herself a widow at 20- We Stock Many Items Needed In Ordinary
} 1 with two children.
t at home while others go to war. doesn't make sense. It isn't patri. Since she lived in Schenectady, she applied for a job in Business Routine, Both Civilian And Mly

ft L No small source of concern over loved ones otic. But it happens time and time again. the factory of the General Electric company, and got a

in the service is the fear that they may Sometimes you may even find yourself doing very humble one-assembling insulators.To tary. Let Us Supply Your Needs
p This it would have been dull monotonouswork.
medical can most people
care.
, not receive proper in military it. It's easy to be swept into the cur- The same thing all day. A certain number of move-

be dispensed with. The men rent, but it's a current of emotion rather ments; no more, no less. Punch the time clock. Go home.
service are receiving the best that medical. than reason. To Sophie the work was terribly monotonous, but she Account Books Box Files

science can give them. extra knew she had to keep at the job. She got special permission Adding Machine Paper & Ribbons
fact that there
In reviewing the military medical record The very are from the manager to follow each separate part from Desk Blotter Pads Cardboard
"y; of the first year after Pearl Harbor, points in the book at the end of the periodis the time it arrived at the factory until it came into her Card Index Files

Journal : "Dur assurance that there's certainly nothingto hands. The other workers thought she was crazy. She was Desk Calendars File Folders
,..4 the American Medical says worry about. It's time people stoppedto going to a lot of trouble for nothing, they said. Gummed Kraft Tape
ing the year the only serious incident froma think and refused to be mesmerized by One of the smallest parts that went into the insulatorswas Rubber Stamps Stamp Pads & Ink
medical point of view was the jaundice a copper-plated screw. She was surprised to find how Ink Eraser ]Mimeo Ink

associated with inoculation against yellow ration coupons. expensive it was. The other workers had seen that screwa Shaeffer's Skript in Pints and Quarts

fever. The first week of February, 1943, -Christian Science Monitor. thousand times, but they hadn't given it a second thought. Legal Blanks Legal Pads
4 and meningitis Sophie asked why such an expensive one was used. When Loose-leaf Ledger Outfits
found a typical pneumonia That 20 Percent DeductionThat the job was completed the screw was covered up and Carbon Paper Second Sheets
'' most prominent of the infectious diseasesbut could not be seen. She found that another type of screw, Typewriter Paper 'and..Ribbons

even these were scattering with a few 20 percent deduction from our which cost much less, was just as effective. Then, one day, Typewriter Oil and Cleaner

cases here and there and only a score or wages which all employers will have to make an idea hit her: After she had got all her facts, she suggested Onion Skin Paper Mimeograph Paper

slightly more of cases of either in the few beginning July 1, is going to hurt while we to the superintendent that a cheaper screw be used. Post Binders Paper Punches
The superintendent liked the idea and passed it on higher -
1 camps most seriously affected Since are adjusting ourselves to it-but it's goingto up. One day a messenger said that Sophie was wantedin Binders Duplicate Receipt Books

January, 1941, and up to now, excluding be a nice feeling next March to realize the front office. She was afraid she was going to be fired. Ring Stenographer's Notebooks Salespads

battle casualties the death rate has been that we are all paid up on income tax. But there was no thought of firing Sophie. She was told Shipping Tags Merchandise Tans
'j in the history of our Army. that her suggestion had been approved, and she was hand.
t the lowest The pay-as-you-go plan is definitely a her Rubber Type Outfits Postal Labels
ed $30. She could hardly believe ears.
During World War 1, 1 patient of each 3 progressive step in the handling of taxa- It was not long until she made another suggestion. Other Aico-Grip Tabbing

with meningitis died ; now only 1 in 20 dies. tion. Any objections which most of us cash awards. She continued to make her job interesting.In Pay Envelopes Indelible Ink

Prompt diagnosis, efficient care and sulfo- will feel toward it will result from the fact, she was so helpful that the company gave her a Steel Letter-Size "FileIts"Klasp Mimeo \

nilamides have made the difference." amount rather than the method of pay- medal off, honor-the highest in the company-which isshared Envelopes And Many Other Items Styli
and scientists.
by outstanding engineers
The American public owes a debt of ment. For in the long run there is no

'gratitude to the medical men that it will doubt that it is easier and fairer to pay Cause unknown. Mrs. Leonard Loyd and son

never be able fully to repay. The countless taxes each month on the amount we earn A. B. Moncrlef of Wauchula Louis, all of Jacksonville, returned ALL KINDS OF COMMERCIAL:

thousands of men who will return after the that month and thus have our payments spent the week-end here with his home Tuesday after spending PRINTING

war, thanks to the skill of doctors servingIn adjusted immediately if our wages increaseor daughter.. :M. Dennison:Mrs.: C.spent F. Rhodes.C. the weekend several days here with Mr. and

the front lines, will not forget that debt. decrease. here with Mr. and Mrs. Avery Mrs. Milton Carter.A Bradford County

Dennison. large number from this: sec
.
who
Under the old plan many people
Mr. and Mrs.V. E. Rhoden tlon the annual
meetingat
Madness enjoyed
Coupon lost their jobs or took big cuts in income
and Mrs. C. F. Rhoden were shop New River Church Sunday. Telegraph
One thing people refuse to hoard."Chat's were suddenly obligated to pay a large tax ping In Starke Tuesday.
Aaron Summer of this section
It burns holes in on they had earned in better days :Martha Home and Norma
a ration coupon money Wednesday and made a business! trip to Jack- Phone 29 Starke, Fla.
Sweeney spent!
ockets, starts stampedes, and tricks folks the year before. Under the new plan we Thursday with Ruth Sibley at sonville during the week-end. I

nto buying all kinds of things they don't will never be under any big obligation to [Theressa.

eally need. You'd think an unspent coupon the government.So :Mr. and :Mrs VViisoii May and I
children and Marian Johns' spent! .
was a disgrace.As although we are going to have a
k-end Green Cove
the past we at
the mountaineer did who confronted sizeable chunk taken out of our wages, Springs. J

by his coupons wrote Washington: "I rather than think of it as a cut in pay the Mr. and Mrs. GOI'don.ads- tiar efieJt

' want to be patriotic, but I can't afford to more philosophical of us will instead, thinkof worth, Jr., and daughter spent! the ae
all this it step toward putting our personal past week-end I n Jacksonville = c
buy sugar. as a Jerry Wad- worth, who has beer heteJt p
Take Number 17. That was' a close finances on a sounder and more efficient staying the past few weeks with

one. Thousands almost forgot it. Then basis. his grandmother, a c ompanled Welcome in peace. .
them home _

Italy and get a solid foothold In and rangers will keep making CARD OF THANKSWe more welcome in war worAMANAGERS
Russell KayTOO the continent for Germany knows lightning raids from Norway to wish to thank our friend'
thla time that nothing but a com the Mediterranean all of which for their kindness and sympathyand
plete knock-out Is going to satisfy will cause Germany to have a also for the beautiful floral
LATE l anybody, with oblivion all complete nervous b rea k d own. offerings received during the recent 11 e and personnel directors will tell

TO CLASSIFY that the Nazis can hope for, go This, they say can all be accomplished Illness! and death of our loved _> la. rest-pauses plus the refresh
Indications are they will fight to in a matter of three or one Mrs. Cora Lee Dennison.
It. Is reported that Colonel E R. the last ditch-and they have a four months at most, and then -The Family, meat 011 ice-cold Coca-COIa Increase contentmentin

Bradley, famed Palm Beach lot of ditches left before that one seeing that we have knocked her their plants. Thus production is increased.A .
sportsman, la betting: that the war Is flnaUy reached. partners out of the fight Japan THERESSA >
will end before January 1,' 1944. As for Japan here again Is a will start Bcreamin' "So sorry so By",Minn Ida Uagan A pause for Coca-Cola is a little thing in itself

Bradley won a fortune In callingthe case where It Is going to take a sorry" and throw up the sponge.If : 1; is one of the little things that brighten i a
turn on World War 1, when lot more than wishful thinkingto you want to make it a surer Frank Kelsay of Camp Elan- .
he collected on beta that It would and and better bet you might have with his r busy day .
write the final chapter ding spent Monday parents -
end before January 1, 1919. Mount Vesuvius erupt and bury ,
while we seem to be making progress y
Mr and'Mrs. A. H Kelsay
Much as I would like to agree the Idea that we can finish two or three towns and a tidal "we You might think It strange that worker
Herbert Cloversettle of Cocoa
with the Colonel. I'm afraid that the job In Europe and then clean wave and earthquake hit the Nips drink.\
for Beach hU wife and have such a welcome for a Si soft
If I had anything to use for up on Japan al In the short space just good measure. was visiting
money I'd be Inclined to call him of six months Just don't make But folks my guess Is that we daughter this week 'tl But Coca-Cola has something all its own in
on his present offer for If there even half sense to me. are gonna have to do It the hard Miss Ida Hagan was a business goodness. its tastealways
ever wu a long shot, this looks way and if we can finish and col- > Made with, a finished. art,
Maybe the Colonel is Just try- visitor to Starke Thursday.
like It. lect an "Unconditional Surrender" thirst, ,
pleases. More than quenching
Ing to be philanthropic or some just
W. Garrett of
Mrs. D. Oakland
I I 1945: I'll feet that we've still
I don't know whether John L.. by
thing. He probably figures he it refresh*
Lewis has made a wager with might as well gamble his money done a bang up job. Park 1 la here visiting her brings a happy after-sense of complete

Bradley or not, but the way I away on account of the govern I I Of course if they were to turn mother Mrs. J. P. Dickinson and ment. The only thing like Coca-Cola is
things look at this writing. If he I ment will get it anyhow and the whole blamed war over to family. Coca-Cola
! itself.
i
'. las he appears to be all out to, while there Is no harm in that I I I Henry J. Kaiser and he acceptedthe i Mr. and Mrs. Lula Burkholt ot '! ,
)rotect his Investment.I 'I' hope no one takes him too seriously contract and agreed to win It Hampton spent Sunday with the
I can't even kid myself Into and decides that since the In six months, well that would be 1 Thomas family.
relieving: that the European end I show is about over we can let something else again but the Mrs. Reaves from Alabama,
.>f the mess will be concluded by down. way it looks now six! months just who has been' living with Mr. and
the end of this year even If we I don't believe that the Colonel don't add up on my little slate. Mrs. W. W. Packham, where she
have succeeded 1 n mopping up has talked with the boys juat could be near'her husband who Is
back from the South Pacific or HAMPTONBy stationed at the Keystone Air
Tunisia, for from their accountsthe II. B. Wiggins Field has returned to her homeIn
Japs and Germans are plenty Alabama
full of fight and while we knock Mr, and Mrs. Ira Dobson of Mrs. Dan Raley and children
1 'em down in every round, they ,'Wlldwood were visiting Mr. and : were visiting Hill Crest Wfdnes-
on coming. Mrs.: K, B. Watterson Monday.I I
keep right I'
I Personally, I hope the Colonel% Miss Madge Gay 1 a visiting day.Mrs.. Paul of Miami arrived"'here

ii U right and If I took him up and home folks this week. Wednesday to visit her sister,
lost I'd still feel that It was a :Mrs. :M. L. Watterson Is visiting Mrs. J. J. Zelgler.
good bet. But I am satisfied that her ulster, Mrs Bessie Bryant The Rev. Hogarth of Palatka The best is a )
If we do succeed In bringing this in Ft. :Meade this week. filled his regular appointment at b the better buy!
melee to a close by the end of Mrs. Claudia Belle Lowman returned the Baptist Church. Saturday and
this year we will sure! have to go 1 from Augusta a few days Sunday. u*:$ a 4
all out on the home front for we ago to remain at the home of her Remember Christian Endeavorat /
.V J rJ can't win If we continue fighting parents while her husband Is taking the Christian Church each Sun.
among ourselves here at home. special! training at Fort Sill day evening at f o'clock and
We certainly can't do It If all Okla. Prayer Meeting each Wednesday
our coal miners Insist on sitting Mr and Mn. J. E. Coleman night at the same time. Everyone
around home playln' mumblypegand spent last week-end I n Winter i Is Invited.
1 half our war plants are forced Haven. I, '_- _
1 to shut! down for lack of fuel. Mr. and :Mrs. S. O. Raulersonof PLEASANT HOPEMrs. r

Here U how the Pollyannaa. say Foley visited Mrs. Raulerson's W. A. Tyler Cor. Letter from plant manager from
Under the Rationing Program It can happen: brother-in-law and slater, Mr. and coast to '
You are allowed 3 Italy will fold up like an accordion Mrs. J. A. Halley over the week- Cpl. Cecil Kersey who Is stationed coast emphasize that.the title moment for / .1 r
I' Pairs ef Shoes Per Year. and we will step in and I end.Bole In Camp McCain, MUs., an Ice-coU Coca-Coll mean a lot to worker e
take possession without much John has been sick for has returned to Camp after spending in war plant I t'a a refreshing .
T' Let Us Make Your Old more than doublln up our fists sometime but Is Improving at this a furlough here with his family moment on A breath wldCucaCObto
Ones Like New The Allied armies In the middle writing. and friends. the sunny Ue" ot thing a war to turn In .pell._rett-pau**and lce-

east will start rollln' Into the Jay Alderman is back up thla Mrs. Everett Blume and daughter refreshment> without turning from work. Contentment comes when you connect with a Coke
Thefcclric Balkans at the same time Uussla way running on a watermelon : Janice are enjoying a visitn
Shoe Shop begins an all out drive on the Mississippi with their '
train.Aaron ,
Arrow! From Park Theatre east. Just to make it more Interesting Minton made a flying Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie relaUVell'j' STARKE COCA""o" 0" ,,CA'CO" COMPANY I'
for the Axis, commandos rip[ to Starke Tuesday morning. small daughter, Lonnie BOrr LING'COMPANY


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were guests o f Mrs. Florence i' Lubt'dtaVaters and Cpl. MackSimmons. I

I Florida State Farm News Varnadoe Saturday. !

useBLUE Cpl. Mack Simmons of Camp Mr. and Mrn.' Bill Bryant and

HANDY POINT CHART FOR PROCESSED FOODS STAMPS Diandlng was a guest of Miss daughter, Billy Lee, /and Mrs I

K L mMtnee By E. R. Com ler Claud Johns, Claud Johns, Jr., Lubedla Waters Monday. Charles Hardy Sr.. of Gainesville I
"
i' A Point Valoos of Popular Sizes Effective June 6, 1943 YOrXO FOLKS PAKTY Jimmie Brown Godwin and Leslie Friends of Shirley Ann Parker I were' visiting Mr. and :Mrs. Eldon ',
Brudley spent the week-end at are glad to see her out again, Hardy Sunday.
Entertainment fin the young Mr' Rlcharde's fishing camp on after having a .sprained ankle. Marvin Hazen of
and Mrs.
I Mr.
WEIGHT. Om14" I I .. I folks, Is these but Ft rlI I-
> =, :::: wisiiiwcluaua 0..11'-01 scarce days,
aa..a: ;,;,.. .tell *.IK. .Nell*. wan Lake Santa Fe. :lIrE.:. Rosa IMnholster Is a business i Starke were visiting relatives 1
day night an enjoyable panty
AND BOTTLED Walter Bradbury of Macon Ga., visitor In Jacksonville for a here Saturday. ,
NED CONTAINERJIZE: 4 :Alnrac, IllT, ::1 I"* MciH K. I given by Charles Thornton to his the weekend of Gar few tllIY! j
J Knicm :On. t.1' e..ear. (NalCiD young frlenda. Games were played was guest Mr. and Mrs. Tom Markeywere
:Miss Martha Evelyn Markey left
land Godwin. !
__ In the and lemonade aud in Starke on business Sat
Pickki, Spiced II' 1\nIIdIeII): raatana.a.sr artlsorw .-- yard for Jacksonville where
Monday
SUaM( Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Douvler.
--- I cake were served an refreshments.Those urday. I
) lUillUlllff. I' aaa 1 4 S she will enter business college for '
ClelJlpples Chas
(IndUdl U enjoying this party were: Miss Betty McRae and Cpl. Mr. and Mm. Luther Sowell of ,
Sour CberrIn m "''UIJK M 1 12 U 21 2.- Geneves spent Sunday at Mcln- training!!:
lSI\iCIend\ Red ; __ Wllla Jean Malone, :bar:" Emma returned to Mlcanopy were visitors here Sul
Alice Thomas
Mrs.
Fruit C.Ckt1R, frulb lor aid,a. M1ud FraN. al'llalra' .. u 1r 1, 2S 34 Crews, Pauline Brannen, Bernice I tosh with Mr and Mrs. C. A. Mc- her home here after several days day

riIS(all kinds)and Graplfnllt !>SIR' B J. 7 .w 10 15 21IITfll.ell McMillan Jlmmle Brown and Lou Godwin Ella Davis Bobo, Rae panied, Richardson them home McRae for a accom visit. visit with her son, Pvt. Leslie G. W. Hazen was in Lake Bu'a,

Mduda Mlrasdllna typo) twaMwa' 1 ena.wr ,- I" U U l' Yi Thomas of Miami and other relatives. ler on business Friday.T. .
other ( Crews, Elton Norman, and trom Mrs. R. M. Dukes of Jacksonville -
Pun ad" Cranbarrha, Sauce,alai',1tn uud,or ,blllyd., w a ... .r g w .. II 13 17 Lake Butler, Hal Urannen, Albert is visiting her parents, Mr. small C. Hnien visited relatives 1
Mrs Jake Roberts and in St. Augustine for a few days
___... J I. """ .-..." 10 '.13-.i :1G 21 2S Waters, Lei a n d and Wilfred and Mrs M. R. Holmes son Perman and Mrs. Padgettwere recently

q. ..#.r__ ...,.a 1 1 ........ .... 15 20 2:1: 1l Rere. Johns. I Mr. and Mrs Harvey Williams Graham visitors Friday. I Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Parker

w and :Mrs. David and daughter, Betty, returned Miss Bettye Jean Matthews of I In Gainesville!*
; Prunes lab( kinds) 1 ) 4_ 5 7 S Mrs. Robt Kite and children were
far Tuesday from a visit with Mr. relativeshere.
Jacksonville In visiting
., Skollnk chaperoned the following on business Friday.Mr. .
JUICES: Williams' mother, Mrs T. G. Williams .
k-trult lAd iH ottwr Cit us J,*".Fruit NecWs(IWudinl) Papaya), young Center girls to the dance Church in Service Starke at Donalitsonvllle, Ga. Miss Madeline, Crosby of Gainesville and, Mrs. Eldon Hardy (
' Juke 2 -2 l: opening visited relatives 1 n Gainesville
1
PrtaN
; JuIct- 4. Robinson visited her here
last Friday night: Miss Wtlla Miss Betty Jean returned parents Friday '
i Inlet 7 10 12 17 22 Jean Malone, Melba Stiingfellow, to her home in Jackson Sunday.
ABLES:. Roberta Whitfleld und Sara Emma ville, Sunday, after spending the Mr and Mrs R. It!. Galney and, Mrs May Thomas was In e'
school term here with her grand- children were In Gainesville! on Starke Wednesday.T. .
Wa Bunt aH oUiar Beans(except!inttt shelled)), J Crewu.: '
..n .Green or parents, Mr. and Mrs. J, L. Rob- business Friday C. Hazen was In Savannah 'yy
and on-Un-tob),and Mind Vttrtablesl R 12 14 21
((.ue: pl t '*uum parted 23SMWdBansIncluding Sire L. O. Sheffield returned
GIll
inson. Mrs' Dock Waters and Mrs. Ga., on business Monday and 4'
( Umas and BUck-ijed!! Ptas)and Vacuum .. Saturday, from Dover and Ft.
/ .. ., r Ceplius H.irrell. were In Gainesville Tuesday .
'1CkId Com 12 1C 19 21 S' Meade and Sunday accompanied
.r" $....V Mrs. L. R. Bristol to Tallahassee BROOKERIty Tuesday. l1ItAwlrey\ Polk returned to
+ S G 1
i s.tari(I.CIII! Spinach) -10. U i'vt. Merle Gano of Camp Miami Friday after several days
.... for a weeks' visit with :Mrs.! C. V.
Lou tlazrn
!i Md Carrots ; .-, -D "- t 10- _15_ 21 Royster. Mrs. Bristol will upend :Minnie Blanding visited his parents visit with relatives I

II Mid Tomaton 10 :14 IS -24._ 14 the week In the interest of her SUNDAY SCHOOL PAKTY 'Tuesday. Mrs. W. O. Rimes, Mrs. Howard
JfklJlll'.r___. w 1 4 5 7 college work. Mrs. Raud Crews entertained The following couples enjoyed a Molt and Mrs. Lee Green and i
swim and picnic at Hump-
a .. ., '. M. J. Meck- her Sunday School Class. Friday supper children were shopping In Gaines-
INto Catnip or Chill Sauca.Tomato Pulp or Punt,and Tomato UCI"" Rev. and Mrs. ton Beach Wednesday night: Mr.
ten when packed In com dinners) !r 10 13 Ie 21 2S lem and daughter, Mrs. W. N. [night at Hampton Beach with a and Mrs. James! Cason, Mr. and ville Tuesday

_Pads ...a.- w.4\.-..-..- 15 --20 2S- -1'4' Johnson of Crescent City were swimming party and picnic. After Mrs Q. n. Feagle, Mr. and I Mrs Mir and Mra., Ovid Gano of
1 spend-the-day guests of Chaplainand enjoying a delightful swim a picnic Eldon Miss Beatrice Cim- Gainesville visited Mr. Dane's pat tents
titrauni., Pumpkin or Sqaath.. and Spinach' 1 -II 14 2, served. About 15 Hardy,
lunch
Mrs. L. A. Shepherd, Thurs- was I
sells and Luther Harrell, Miss Sunday. 9
{TABLE JUICES: day of last week. I guests enjoyed this party. The e.

! and Vtfotablt Juice comtlnattoni corrtalninf 70 peRIni' H. B. Frazee of Jacksonvillewas chaperones were: Mr. and Mrs .
juice Julca 2 -2 1 1 4 the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Raud Crews and Mr. and Mrs.J. FOR SAFETY, COMFORT AND ECONOMY RIDE a

......-Jam*. ......... l a..rn.Ja ... tan __ and imOar pr Mc_ are NOT rattomd.SOUPS J. G. Caldwell Thursday! MIss: K. Douglass
Bobby Jo Smith, of Ocala house SIIOU'Kit: FLORIDA MOTOR LINE BUSSESFOR

guest of the Cahiwe'.i gris: accompanied Mrs. Tom Markey, Mrs Karle
CONTAINER I BABY CONTAINERSIZE Mr. Frazee to Jack-
Green and Miss Agnes Rimes en- COURTEOUS CORRECT INFORMATION
1Ot-I1.! Hal 4'itt. II,,,
SIZE... FOODS J -> : sonville for a visit. I tertained at a linen shower Wednesday PLEASE PHONE 117
Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Cox left afternoon of last week
I
... 'J 5 Wednesday morning for Rochester from 4:30: to 6:30: at the Community --
Soup All canned or battled types and Minn., where Mrs. Cox will Hall honoring Mrs. Hor- BUS STATIONLACY
tM Soups (uchitiinf Gras Twite, Clam Juic. 4 g varieties, sictpl Milk and 1 2 enter the :Mayo Hospital for' ace Martin, the former Miss UNION .
Cocktail --
IIii
Md ) Cereal(Including Custards). physical examination and treat- Martha Lee Rimes. Various colored CONWAY, Agent
.1IDI-1lra1id' (ready-to-nm" ) 2 :1 ment. On their way home Mr. I flowers were attractively arranged -
==
and Mrs. Cox will visit Mr. and In the hall and after the Temple Ave. Starke, Florida ,

CONTAINERSIZE! This chart only lists point values :Mrs Gerald Cox at Spartanburg, I many lovely and useful linens had
FROZEN 11.12.. Mvlln. for the most popular sizes. See Mrs. Cox and the '
?. S. C., and ; been presented, the guests were
the official chart at your grocer's children will accompany them served refreshments of punch and

for other..sizes and their point home for a visit. 1 cake. About 40 guests enjoyed SEA FOODS CHICKEN DINNERS
ITS, BERRIES AND JUICES: values Mrs. Gurney C. Crews under- the party.

notarlMoUw .... 4 ..-G went a major opetation at St. STEAKS CHOPS
Fads and Berries 4 '* .. }K L M good May 24, to and In- Luke's hospital in Jacksonville HONOKINO MRS KEENS

., ,.. cludftig July 7, G H J valid Friday. At last account she was I Mrs. Jake Keene, whose furniture
[TABLES: through June 7. doing as well as could be ex- was totally destroyed by I TEMPTING: TASTY SANDWICHES i

EM,Baked 1 pected.Mr. I fire several days ago, was givena DELICIOUS HOME: MADE PIES ;

MI,Grwn(ill style) 4 aumaalndedss and Mrs. Claud. Johns were replacement shower at the com- :
I II
4 5 CAUTION guests of Mr. and Mrs. Al RogersIn munity Center Friday, June 18. I I ,.
IJII, ( ) Jacksonville last week.. I After a quilting party, light refreshments \.

n.CuI .. _'ONLY. Items on this chart require Elbert Fillayaw of Ashburn, were served., About A & A LUNCHEONETTE

ramccb Per can 1 Point .'.' ., the surrender of Blua Ga., Is visiting 1>11'. and Mrs. M. 35 guests were present.
4'E Stamps from War Ration Book D. Yonge. ahd In Park Theatre Bldg. Starke, Florida
is I' Mr. and Mrs. Steve Hague
Two E. Chambers and son,
nlcalts A .. 6 Mrs.\ R. granddaughter of Hague Station
Robert, of MonUcello are guests
Vectla lund Vegetable Combinations 4 a-_ Spinach and ether leafy groans, tomato of 1>11'. and Mrs. Jack Chambers,
--- ---- .
and other
|ulc "eleta"'e
ulC.s. fruit juices and fruit nectar the special object of the visit wa

I lED E In a N*. 2 can may fall In the column the removal of young Robert JI t {[' .i. lg :
".".r 14 02. Including 1 Ib. 2 ox". tonsils by Dr. Hembree.
When In doubt chock the ,label Mrs. J. M. Hembree left Sun r V
e. 'u -
.
weight. WewabltcbJta to be
S j,,Bant or itirt.lt(tidudlng Sayllunslnd llaceyed; Pus).... 4 points per pound: - -. day at fQr the marriage of her sister present ,

Miss Dorothy Louise Williams, to< ,

James Legate Cooper, Jr.
MIss Sadie Prince Is the houseguest < pNDARO S i
i
of Miss Lorene Moncrlef.Mr. .

and Mrs. Clarence Skipper -
Butle,
and children of Lake ;

and Arville Fillayaw of Staik< ,. ,
4 1 were week-end guests of Mr. and
Mrs. 1L D. Yonge.
Joyce Ann and John David Allen

of Starke were guests"of Mrs. J.

G. Caldwell last week, while! their t,
,
mother, Mrs 'Allen of Starke went .'
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to the Southern Youth Conference ; ,
V. 4 4 ,
at Lake Alfred. .
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Rivers of d
Auburndale are guests. of Mr and .

Mrs. P. S. Crews. ,
.' ".,. "7 "" Mr. and Mrs. Everett Robinsonof c. .r

.T :'''k ,'>''1 !!', ..t' Jacksonville and Mrs. Robin
." -" 1"" '<" OKCX STARK MUGS l
'i# }"fif" son's mother, Mrs. S. A. Bakerof

.A.. ."..,,> ,, 1 y Seville were Sunday guests of
Get" jaifaCAUURfOR Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Robinson.

ih:le 7:jf; ; Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Hall of 7 0I '

,.fltla.r ,.,.\7..0..4 v- /OItCi All Q.EANEI Jacksonville, enroute t o Camp ; <
.' _"# ,., :/'':<'((:.:: O'Lena, were supper guests of Mr.
1.
':'7 t. and Mrs. Ennis Uradshaw, Friday
,"' .. 'f":4: <'$";::" 4/ ana GAS UN \
.; ,. ) t>x evening. '
... ,;. :.1'.... Balti- AMERICANS
." .'. ; Mrs. James Christie of are learning that war reaches deep into the lives of
.. It' 'I.:
:
;:
.. ) .
.
.' ", r. '''-'," 't.;., : more Is the guest of her long time
friend, Mr. P. D. rancher. all. There are dislocations of accustomed practices-from torn homes)

',;,;*.0":."... >5--"';H ('l'....::"'. '" t Mrs. A. M. RIcharde is spending to much less consequential: disruptions. Meat and shoes, soup and
with her
sometime In Jacksonville
4/
ROTATE TillS
"Gilt! y, ., ; ana AND daughter, Mrs. Bruce Norman.Mr. gasoline are on a share basis, neighbor with neighbor, state with state.

D. and Mrs. Odell Cauthren
6 & Vella All mSSUst. of Gainesville spent the week-end I l The sharing of gasoline, for example, has thrown a natlon-on- ,
i g"i {f.
!!. with Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Roberts. wheels "out of gear." Daily going and coming have been revolution
. (fff! ;;.:.abY'Hi' i -L/ v- / CHICK STOKING Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Griner attended '
:"'\'..:: 11 <5) the family reunion of the e fixed for millions. Vet with a minimum of confusion and complaint.

.:.t.: "j, J h ,e tf r.r S /CIlIa WHIB AUGNMENT Villie Smith Clan at Wacahoota c For our part, we pad our respects to the motorists of the South for 4 4d
}::-; 'tt Sunday. Mr. Smith's birthday
: >: : ; t
'1t.1M) 1'.t '>''l".J'" Is the o c c a slon of an annual d the epirit: and aptitude with which they have met these wholly i
'
!j. j J-; ,,;"X',; ''.'';''''''i''''.'.H.r '''!'. gathering of the family and always strange methods: and procedures.
an enjoyable one.

_1 d E Misses Doris and Jlmmle Mon- Think you Southern car- and truck-drivers. You have shared your
WGINI OIL crief accompanied by their cousins -
IONv| CHICK ,
Gwendollne and Jean Belts gasoline: without grumbling.! You have quietly adapted :yourselves ,' I

I v'ottOC TRANSMISSION of Bainbridge Ga., returned Sun- the! coupon, to the tire inspection requirements and to the sometimes ;
from a three-week. visit
r R re "F4kr.Spr1 with day relatives there. annoying: details of regulation. The oil industry is carrying: a heavy

; V'CHECK UAKAX1I Mrs. Nelle Muldron came down burden in the performance of its distribution and marketing obligations -
;
Sunday from Jacksonville, especially -
y!,w Ys fy M ",$ + Soils AU GKZASE POINtSGrode for a Father's Day visit, with to the Government and to :you. II

Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Bradley.Mr. .
k4n.6 se O'l& and Mrs. Harry Tyson of .,\. Thank: you for your help.STANDARD .

6fl + hvA44 fed 1 1i" Miami are guests of Mr. and Mrs. ;, '

of evtlhtaila R. H. Tyson.
islet c' i" Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Wiggins and ;
Oil COMPANY ;
hmots tc out of what you ve UKfiCHEVROLET Father's ,
e1tc' %O Get more daughter Marie spent
of to a tOa SkltttpyoatV! Day with Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Wiggins INCOIIPOUATKD I* KENTUCKY r

U JIIVICI ON Alt at Hampton. I ItZ
1 tot\t i 's1 DEALER MAKES Of CA SAND Miss Jacquelin Woodward left

ie4olal TRUCKS Sunday for St. Petersburg where
ynwr. local AND STAMPS for :
/ U.S. WA ONO the has accepted a position
the summer.
I Mr. and Mrs. Rees Bradley

co. and baby son of Jacksonville are CARE FOR YOUR CAR-FOR YOUR COUNTRYLv"
Chevrolet visiting Mr and Mrs.\ J. M. Bradley

and Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Hund- .. -" .. .< ..0 .. ._ .,
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BRADFORD COUNTY 1RLFORAPH STARRF! FLORIDA I FItlDAY. JUNE t 911

PAGE POCK
I here is much hotter than I ever
Circles Girl Scout PoetryThe back home and at times we JYOODLAW W
Baptist felt
SOCIETY and CLUBS can't even see the sun because of By Alice 01'0\'"

Ii J icti = Met This WeekThe Girl Scouts of attending Starke were the the big dust storms that India Is Ralph Crews spent
big 1 on the
counting remind
to
Daisy Fowler Circle of the summer camp but found noted for. Be sure end with a friend, Jarn.s lIatt..b.

Rehearsal Party I WSCS MetMonday Miss Green Weds Baptist W. M. U. held its regular out regular they could not get reservations everyone to keep because on buying the those more In Jacksonville

At Church N. T.: Ritch In meeting at the home of Mrs. M. until August. Unfortun- War Bonds the Charles Crews ,?
I, Monday NightAfter F.. Hazen Monday afternoon with ately, school starts here early I In money they Invest will that be won way and In :Miami selling pfouici. ) *)AMiss
this war
the Green-Rltch wedding Notwithstanding the heavy rain Church CeremonyOne eight members and two visitors August, so the regular Girl Scout sooner return to their Della Thompson
all the boys can was
at the church Monday afternoon a good number present. camp was out. Next they tried good Ing her parents. MI, '! V'I'*!
1 party had rehearsed of the outstanding social : homes. As for me-give me end
u' delightful of the members of the Methodist Mrs. Blanchard Law 1 e d the to make arrangements locally for !" Buddie Starling, near ym
; Monday evening, a events of the week was the marriage I and old Kingsley Lake anytime
fig 'u 6 party was given by Miss Evelyn WSCS met at the church for the of Miss Thelma Elizabeth I devotional, reading Romans 12, a camp on some nearby lake In Ralph says a few letters from his last week tarry J

i Stump and her sister, Mrs. W. H. regular June meeting. Green daughter of Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. W J. Epperson led In the difficulties encountered old friends would help make him Lenzy Crews and FloYd
moved one
Thompson, Jr., at the home of Mrs W. G. Halle, president of Floyd Green, and Nelson Turner prayer. The topic of the pro- I making arrangements forget that dust and heat mark Hare visiting ,In Df1I,

their parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. F. the Society, presided and Mra. I, Ritch, son of Mrs. Carrie Kite gram, conducted by Mrs. Epperson -I member of the trobp, Betty Anne His address is: Lt R. E. Rhodes, villa last Thursday and Jack80110

'. ( Stump. P. Shepherd transacted the duties and the late N. T. Ritch, on Tues- was "Building Men"in Thedifferent the Flynn, to compose the following 51sts Fighter Sqd., APO 629, New Mr. and Mrs Dalton Friday,

hd Shasta daisies were used for of secretary. Mrs H C. Ritch day evening, June 22, at seven Service of Our Country poem: YOU York, N. y Rtarke were visiting Ur Career If
by SHOW
i, decorating the living and dining was welcomed into the organization o'clock, at the First Baptist parts were given WE'LL Oscar Carter Sund.iyJames and 11 1\
-
Mru. M. F. Hazen Mrs. S, E. Anne Flynn
member of Circle One. By Betty
t Mrs. Stump received atM as a church. The officiating ministerwas
t the rooms.door and the hostesses, Miss A vote of thanks was given Mrs.L. the Rev. A. E. LIghtfq.pt, Sparks, Mrs. R. A. Thomas and We started a Girl Scout Troop Quit an aggregation reportingto Odell Harrell of Jacksm,,',!,
week
Mrs. A sick man and 'round here didn'tgive Elandlng last : spent last week here
A Davis for presenting the church. Epperson. But people on his 1
and Mrs. Thompson, were pastor of the farm
Stump service flag to the church Miss member of our church In the hos- a hoot. (Mutt) Jones, Judy McRae an' Ancll Thompson, who
in entertaining and serv- in the is ,
V assisted The elaborate decorations all three of eg
and sending the Red Coolidge Gassett,
$5.40 given pital were remembered And when we helped ployed in Jacksonville
and Kate Struth reported ,
ing by Mrs. E. L. Matthews church were of white gladioli, carnations Ar- BHS football fllmeChester McKinney Was horn'
cards suggested. last
i Peek. In the din- through the Baby Mite Box offer- was Cross out week-end.
Miss Frances she had sent a and tuberoses tastefully rangements weremade to apply Then the people began to shout George Powell, Dick St.
also that Miss
coveredwith Ing Bernice
table was ; Denmark ,
the aDd .
ing room In large containers ,
arranged 9.
Da"yby
lace cloth and large number of coupons to theChildren' for a new rug for the porch at When we helped the War Bond John an' Sam Simpson Ing the week with
handsome of Mr
t a placed against a background in Call Street and M,,
the pastorlum. drive day every way
q r a centered by an arrangement of Home. palms; also white cathedral The town, buzzed like a beehive gets manlesser and manlesser I Doc Wainwright neur Lawtey,
> Shasta daisies In a garden effect, Mrs. Haile conducted a devo- candles added to the beauty of The meeting closed with prayerby Sara Barefoot's
h ; "' which reflected a bride and groom. tional service using as her topic the scene. Reserved pews were Mrs. W, B. Alexander, after Hear that among Summer
r Refreshing fruit punch and a "Missions," after which Mrs. W. marked by white gladioli and car- which the hostess served home Seven of us were going to Campin treasured graduation mementoes Reading
C. B. Price,
from
Ie nice letter
chicken salad course were served. E. Middleton offered prayer natlonu, tied with tulle bows. made ice cream and cake. July I a At Library
sx Room booklets, for the The next meeting will be held And we sure felt like flying I former pastor of the ('Baptlllt'Church
u The guests Included the wedding Upper Before the wedding party entered I in Eufaula
here and ,
now
s j the quarter beginning July 1st, were at the home of Mrs H. L. Hough. high "CAPRICORNIA' by Xavu
% party and also following'other the church, a of said "The Invitation -
i program Then word came they couldn't Ala., in which he : Herbert is so full of .
distributed. Circle Three
guests: Mrs. Carrie Ritch, nuptial music was given by Mrs.Ethel arrived exciting !
;
take us till August to your graduaton cldents that It never dragslitboth
;, Mrs. C. C. Mendoza, Mr. and Mrs M. soloist and Mrs Circle Three' of the BaptistW.
Biggs, And school starts the first, on the sixth anlversary of tender and
ai + T. J. Griffin, Miss Annie Darby, Two Hostesses L. A. Canova. organist. Mrs. M. U. met at the home of Then the girls couldn't feel your baptism. Although you did tough
Congressman and Mrs. R. A. "Because" J> D.- Mrs. Jesse Newsome Monday afternoon "GIDEON PLANISH" Is Si.
m' Honor Bride-Elect Biggs sang y worse. not plan that It should be that
Miss Stear Mrs. at :3:30: o'clock, with eight clair Lewis' first novel |
/ ; q Green, Betty Hardelot and "I Love You Truly"by And now we have no place to way, it did my heart good to In tor*
ryy 'i' S. L. Peek Mr. and Mrs W B. Mrs. W. B. Mundy and sister, Carrie Jacobs Bond. Mendelssohn's members and two visitors present know that academic achieve- ,years and Is already! Calrain.!
camping, your
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Sale, The devotional was given by Mrs. go fourth place among the !
Mundy, Wedding March from "A Best &l! \
Mrs. Guy Sale were hostesses Fri- Unless some good person will ment carried the same date as
+ Mr. and Mrs C. H. Nasworthy, Midsummer Dream" was G W. Alderman and prayer was lers. The book Is written In
Night's the
/ day morning of last week, from lend us their cabin, that of your surrender to the
Mrs. J. W. Brownlee. Mr. led by Mrs. Ann Poyner, circle same satirical manner
and
Dr. 10:30( to 12:00: o'clock, at a mis- played as the wedding party entered And if they have, and will let Lord" L. A. Rennolds has as Elmer
and Mrs. O. L. Beasley, and Mrs.J and during the ceremony leader. Mrs R. A. New some Gantry, and Is the most Import.
for Miss ;
cellaneous shower Betty it
us use been down with chills
the treasurer's report and recently ant work the
Kincaid. author
W. gave
"Lleb- bas
k Green, popular bride-elect. This Mrs. Canova softly played On Girl Scout honor we will don
estraum" by LJzut, "To a Wild $7.25: was paid In at this time. our an' fever Sometimes I thinkI since then."AIRING.
party took place at the home of not abuse it!
At Rose" McDowell, and "Sere The program chairman being wouldn't mind a chill or two IN A
Hostess Bridge Mrs. Sale, on N. Cherry St. by Every one should know our good CLOSED CAR.
i Visitor Pink and red radiance roses nade" by Shubert. The recessions absent Miss Sara Barefoot gavean Scout Leader, right now, but please save the RIAGE" by Joseph Shearing li I t
Honoring interesting reading on community -
were used for decorating the home was the "Bridal March" from missions relating the For there's not another that fever till next winter! novel founded on a much debated

., 1 Mrs. James Lewis entertainedat for this pretty social affair. The Lohengrin.The many things done, for the service can beat her! English trial for murder, and parts
ushers were: Eugene L. SCOUT of the legal speeches are taken
JUSTA
afternoon at lovely collection of miscellaneousgifts
bridge Thursday men and their wives by the Augusts Change of Scenes: Woodfin
) her home on Church St., In honorof were on display In the liv- Matthews, Jack Halle. S. L. Peek Ga., Baptist Church. Haile, Jr., from West.Palm,Beach trol'ltho, e uttered by lawyer!
Mrs. Lester Price Robinson of ing room. The refreshments were and Harold Bishop Bridesmaids: and 'judges during the hearing
At the close-,of, the) meeting Birth AnnouncedMr. to Navy Recruiting Station, Miami
Miss Gloria Johns, and :Mina, the case.
Orlando. Zinnias, roses and marigolds served buffet style in ,the dining'
Mr,. Newsome served delicious Mary Lee an' (Lt.) Ed
d, were attractively arranged. room, where pastel shades ,were Thelma Corpenlng:! ; Junior brides- punch and pastry to the members : and Mrs. Melvin B. Futch Silvernail from Watertown, Tenn.to "THE SHIP" by C. S, Forester,

,. for decorating the home. ; carried out in the decorations and maids: Misses Anlce and Collette present. of Lawtey announce the arrivalof Pine Camp, N. y Cliff who wrote the Captain Hontto

! Soon after the arrival of the refreshments. The table was Green. Maid of honor: Miss The July, meeting,.will be held a son, Ralph Jefferson, In the Hazen from Santa Ana Calif., to Hornblower stories. To add zest

guests the hostess served Pepsi- covered with a lace cloth and Carolyn Green; best man Thomas in the home of Mrs. G. W. Alderman Alachua County Hospital, Gaines- Class 43-1, Bk. SS6, AAFBFS, to this one the author has combined .
centered by a bowl of roses, balanced -i G. Ritch; ringbearer. Robert "' ville, on Sunday, June 20. Minter Field. Bakersfield Calif facts with his usual skill
; Colas, open-faced sandwiches.and by white candles. Various' Alexis Green, Jr. Flower girls:
from Tulare "THE UNRELENTING STRUG.
.J Milo Sponholtz ,
When Lu Green and Clair Jean Mundy,
salted nuts. scores weretotaled
kinds of sandwiches and lemon- GLE" Is the
Calif to S q d n. 13-43H-MAAF. by Right Hon WhFstop
It was found that Mrs. E. ade were served. I Congressman R. A. Green gave Merced, Calif. Elmo (Capt.) S. Churchill. Parts of these
his niece In marriage.The .
I. Matthews had made high and There were 50 Invited guests to Struth writes proffering his ad- speeches may be familiar but

J she was given a box of dusting this delightful morning party. wedding attractive gown bride a n chose original asher Carolyn Callstreet
powder. To the honor guest Mrs. model, fashioned of Ivory-tinted on domestic Issues will\) be fresh
Penning "This place Is so
+' Robinson the hostess presented a Recent Marriages candle-light satin. The basque
,
big, and not knowing when people to American readers. All are examples
'.ik' bottle of cologne Mrs. Guy Sale bodice was distinguished by soft here it Is hard for me to of English rhetoric
superb
get ,
Albert Weasels, Camp Standing, shirrings, scalloped s w e e theart Well, folks '. Better brief nocent bystanders called up to
y.; made low and was. given an ash and Edna Hambey, Starke, June neckline and long sleeves that than never That's the way the microphone Sorry I can't look them up," he writes as well aa inspirational in what

tray., 5. tapered to points over her hands. my vacation was Out of this tell\) you what he said, but he still The address!) is: Capt. Elmo R. he has to tell.

Guests were: Mrs. Fred Guy, Otis Cecil Geiger and Era The wide skirt terminated In a world for a few days Then maintains he can't remember a Struth, Commanding Officer, Co."M" I "THE FOREST AND THE

Mrs. J. R. Walnwrlght, Mrs. Guy Evelyn Walker, both of Starke, back again on my wellknownbeat word 300th Infantry, Fort Ben- Is author of Anthony
four circular train. FORT" by the
graceful yard
ning, Ga. Hear Fred (P. 3,
Sale, Mrs. Vernon Silcox Mrs. June 12. of the, well-known street Allen
$ Y Charles Darby, Mrs. Eldridge Mallory Thomas and Leora She carried a white' prayerbookfrom Arrived Just in time to takeIn Things I never-knew till now: Stores Inc.) Mang did so well on Adverse-Hervey

Smith. Mrs. W. H. Hart, Mrs. Whltworth. both of Starke, June which fell a shower of stephanotis the Ritch-Green nuptials, which That Ervlna Rennolds his Induction tests at Blanding "ALL CATS ARE GRAY" bj
paints
James M. Blackshear, Mrs James 12. and on the back of the I[ wouldn't have missed for worlds pictures, I mean Has a ducky last week that they gave him his Charles G. Givens has been revived
i, Dennis, Mrs. Mat Celozil, Mrs. Willard Gunter and.Eva Todd, I father choice of: service and he picked. because of Its human In-
prayer book were, white orchids ., Sympathy: !{ to* proud little studio rigged up in a tiny "
i' E' L. Matthews. both of,Starke, June 13., I Her three-quarter length veil, of Floyd Green; who suffered an- log cabin adjoining her Gardenia the Navy'.11 terest. William

other heart attack at noon the tourist home Hear Ernest "THE DAMYANK" by
---- I sheerest bridal Illusion, was heldto day of the wedding and couldn'tbe (courthouse) Byrd took In the \\.. folks Guess that just MacLeod Raine; Ted Maloney

her head with a wreath of there to give the beauteous movies last Sattlday afternoon about winds up the little black "SCRAPBOOK," along \1tli

mother of pearl orange blossoms,, Betty away Her fond Uncle for the first time In 20 years book for this time 7 So long plenty of.material. for mystery

and fell in folds! in three gracefultiers. lx did an able job of plnch- Seems he was walkln' along and See you In the next fans will be found at the Public

hitting, however, and all went saw the flashy displays of I -Carolyn. Library.

well Add famous remarks;: "horse-riding" Jesse James, etc. -
The mald-of-honor's ------ ----
I gown was Jetty's reply to an Inquiry from and jus' couldn't resist Told
fashioned of star-light blue marquis -
a bridesmaid Snookie Corpenlng some friends that at last he'd FUNERAL DIRECTORMy
e 11 e The basque bodice
JUII' 'fore the wedding party found a picture he wanted to see !Many Year Experience Makes It Possible. for Ale to Render

featured a heart-shaped neckline started down the aisle: "Oi Margie Reddish is still tellin EFFICIENT PROMPT: and COURTEOUS SERI ICE
and deep tucked yoke encircledby course I'm not crying! If I catch
friends about the wunnerful time
Sun. Mon. Tues. June 27 28 29"INVASION"
a self-frill. The sleeves were MODERATE PRICESDeWITT -
this
crying at wedding
anyone she had several weeks when ;
p ago
long and full, caught to the wrist C. JONES
I'll smack 'em down after the she went up for graduation festivities -I
with a narrow band. The skirt ceremony!" And who remembers at G. M. A., as sponsorfor Starke Florida

IL was extremely full. She carrieda the day when it was Harley Strong, Jr. Says O--- .... .... ._ ______ .L. ... ... .........----
Of 'HE colonial bouquet of yellow roses. considered quite the thing for the they really do things up brownIn

rcT- ,OU1 The bridesmaids' gowns were bride to daintily swoon away? Gawgla Hear Dooley
FIGHTING fashioned alike, and were of Sum- Davis received a very thrlllln' Special Ambulance For Colored Emergency Patients

NA I mer yellow marquisette. The -. gift on her birthday In the formof DE WITT C. JONES, Telephone 7'
AFRICA snug-fitting bodices, dipping to a: Gllmp'lE'd' Alyce, Bill and Hank a long distance phone call from

F MAN point in front, featured heart- Graham week-ending at their ole the Air Corps, now In Ohio .

_'IIfotY shaped necklines and two rows of Kingsley Lake stamping ground Good to see Harry Tyson (Miami)

from ttaW self-cording that outlined the Incidentally, hear Alyce checked back in these parts on vacation

A lit .. a. bust-lines. The sleeves were short her appendix In a Jax'ville In the company of his veryA at-

who r and shirred. The waltz-wide hospital recently and was out tractive better half 1 J
r' fand.'hOI. vlioals skirts fell from a wide moulded Kingsley way to do a bit of plain

Mara M'n-' midriff. They carried colonial an' fancy recuperating Hear
Ro"''
''Y' d It'ii A Small World After All]
I maala. 0 n.... bouquets of blue hydrangeas and Not' Sternberg an' Junius Smith

vint ibI.a" tbottLR Ida. .. yellow rosebuds, from which fell took off last week to try the Dept.; Hear Mildred an' J." D. : qr r, l

I a cascade of hydrangea flower- baths at Hot Springs, Ark. Doyle bumped smack Into Jim

For- u"4 tw++. no shrryihK lets. What's the matter-Isn't it hot Ritch on a street corner In j! o o.I

hm The dainty little flower girls enough around here? Junius' Wichita Falls, Texas tother day

more stirria0. I p wore duplicates of the brides- parting words were that they'd The Doyles have been livln'

-.... maids gowns, their dresses beingof been stewed long enough, so they there for some time, an' Jim has ,

: 7 : yellow marquisette, and they hough they'd go off an' try beIng been stationed at Sheppard Field : War savings
r Your book of
carried miniature bouquets of boiled awhile Spotted for the past three months I t e
i54 Ilrr'I yellow rosebuds from which cas- Ernest Phillips in town tother Congratulations are, in order! Stamp*--even though fall-

caded blue hydrangea flowerleta. day from over Lake City way I It's Captain E. "'. Hayes, Jr., pay you no Interest, unless

tl'r.l Mrs. Ritch Is the eldest daughter where he an' Pauline are doin' .aacktothesoll now, instead of Lt. ". Receivedhis \' you turn it in for War Say'

Y > act on a farm belonging -. promotion May 28 Last ; Bonds. For it I is only the
of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Green logs
-i and the niece of Congressman and to Phillips fambly week Wilson wrote his dad that"We're bond which bear interest: !

'I Mru. Robert Alexis Green. She Seems Ernest was deferred for getting along fine. Only i,
farming and Is determined to trouble It Is too cold yet; We 0
was graduated from the Bradford -
FONDA make good or else ". Glimpsed still have the furnace going to :?
NENR1 Q County High School, and another Call- keep the house warm and the I
NA deferred-for-farmtng
.IA 8411 later attended the Florida State INTEREST
UREEN for Women t Talla- streeter, Herbert Green, in town paper says colder tonight" .
College a
+ r tother day boasting about the 12- His address is: Capt. E. W. Hayes, BEARING
hassee. By her charming manner
_ ft corn he's already produced Jr., 399th C. A. B. B. Bn., Sault
she has won friends who .
.t many Ste. Marie, Mich. Minor ac- -" No
IMMORTAL1r are glad she will remain In St
Starke. cident Wednesday morning when"Mitch"

Bet Hitler wouldn't stand a Edwards was standing
Mr. Ritch is the son of Mrs chance If Lillian Stump was placed nearby and a root beer barrel at If you have' a foil book rE y
Carrie Darby Ritch and the late Mrs. Barney Sl llOn'. stand "blew now
In charge of the United Na- every day you waif '
SERGEANT- Nelson Turner Ritch. He was lon'S strategy Has a way of out." giving him a perfect beer com you money| a

t graduated from the Bradford getting what she wants-that bath Mr. E. said he never

County High School, and later attended girl Recently commissioned enjoyed a bath so much in his

THOMAS Emory at Oxford, Georgiaand a Lt, In the Army nurses corps, life, even If it did have to be
Irf'TCHfU' Emory University In Atlanta.He LIllian and the other newcomerswere spoiled by having a "root" in the

_ N:a AUrN Is at present associated with gettln' awfully Impatient attbe beer! .

,'. RE61NAAW GARDINER JOSLYN tke Seaboard Airline Railway delay In recelying their uniorms BONDS ,
In Starke.Immediately I ,
IJ"-w.. Company ... So what does Lt. Stumpdo Very IntereHtln letter this week
l -.I taF....,,;;
aM$<....',. '-rerYr STAHl.I after the ceremony, but wire the uniform makers from Ralph Rhodes (Lt.) now SOLO

a reception was held at the homeof that she was getting married (a with the Air Corps "Somewherein So hurry to the Dearest

the bride's parents. After slight bit of fiction) on June 15 India," which Is SOMEWHEREIndeed HERE Post Office"today tad convert

spending awhile with their guest, and must have her uniform by if you ask me "Can't t War Saving
Fi Also Mr. and Mrs. Ritch left for a that date! It arrived pronto, tell you when I arrived here, but your full
i short wedding trip on the East and now Lt. Stump Is" all dressed can say that I flew over and had Scamp book to U.S.Wax

_ Coast. up and the other new Lts. are several hair-raising experiences or. Saving Bond

still waiting patiently! Hear the way," Ralph says "The

New Arrival Lloyd Green spoke over the radio natives here are very backwardand --.

t. recently, but hasn't the slightest don't care a thing about their This advertisement to
Mr. and Mrs. Carl J. Carter of idea what he said Seems hewas future. Most of them don't even is a contribution

Latest Issue Kingsley Lake announce the birthof at the Gainesville livestock sleep In- houses-just flop down America's all-out war program by

"MARCH OF TIME a son, Philip Marshal, on Sun- auction when a program broadcast whenever they get tired-some-

rS day, June 13, in St. Vincent's from there went on the air thing like our drug store cow- Andrews MotOr ,(:0.Rtt .
Hospital Jacksonville. and Lloyd was among the in- boys back home I The weather i




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-- BITS of Court and cause. ., wherein plaintiffoeeka That Louli n. Hill holder of Tax
. LOCAL NEWS divorce tlradford County Certificates. numbered respectively, I
OUR SERVICE MEN Telegraph, shall publish this Order 129. 1.HO and l&ft Issued 4th.. day
\ In next four weekly: laxuea.WltneHK of July A. D. 11)27. has. filed same
--- --- Deputed to Item of Interest ronrrrnloKHrajUfortl my hand and official In my: office and has made application
and Mrs. F. A. Scott County boy now ..nl... E nrloam. seal at Htarke, Florida. this June for Tax Deed to bo issued
L. Beasley went to Ormond on I M '. and Mrs. ,
O. Talbert Fowler of Parent nad friend are urged tnroopernte 2Jn 5 made a business Wednesday and spent two days Panama hjr t>rl..Kl.w In ne". and letter ((, .'Jo'lltVlt !REAL' ) A. J Thomas I IA I Said certificate respectively. embrace
Kncald City Mrs.
are visiting
with his son-in-law from 'he burn away from ."..... lceelce L > Clerk. of said Court. i, the f o I low I 1..1f describedproperties
L Vacksonville on Monday. and daughter, Talbert's mother :Mrs: Virginia men are also requested tf write fo tlieTelern T Frank. I.nndrum: IStarke, Florida In the County of Brad
Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Carnell. Hiatt. Mr. Talbert expects to be c | h. reporting rtenta and act It Kiel Atty. for 1'lf. 6-25 4t 7IdIv ( tortl. State of Florida, to-wltr
Let six o* Interest. Lot 26 In Woodlawn Mec. U Twp
Anderson la spending called Into the Army around July I.....TI.I. "'01 HT. Kll %I.t'OIl.> 5 H. H. 23 .Ei, containing in acres,
F Rome, Ga.. with her :Mrs. Miriam Kickliter and her 1. COot \ i1, pi.oitnitt i\ n\\-- more: or less embraced under said
in Dora Ander- daughter :Miss OAKLJSLK: AND EIMVAKDSNOW :MILLS AT :MIAMI: HKACH t RItY'VillIari. certificate No. Ul. a
(mother Mrs. Dorothy Claire AT CARLSHAU Cave P.othtlatt had n Kttrl 1 !llnnlnm. ItnverH! Plaintiff. Lot 57 In Woodlawn !''I"c. 13 Twp.
Kickliter were visitors! to Jack Miss Alice :Mae: Reed, who was \ VN Oracle Hvden Rogers Defendant 5 H. n. 22 E, containing 1O acres
sonville one day last week. Continuing their Army caref'rs.that last( week from. Mike Mills for- Case. Nn. :2.144OHIMCU more: ; or less la embraced under salts I .
for five years with the Welfare have been almost Identical to mer manager of Ben SU8low'sArmy : OF Pl'HLICATlON( ,,...rllth'nl"Jo.: ISO. r
\V T. Saxon |kind :Ml'>ti Board In Alachua County was recently .*M> NOTICH: TO Al'I'KAIl Lot 44 Town of Lnwtey K of nv...
15 visiting In \V. H. Nollman date Lt. Al Kay Carlisle, son of Store who was recently In- STATK: OK Fl.oitlDA: OracleIT In 21, 24, 2.1, Zrt Twp.' It. 1
hft Pearce are returned from transferred to the Brad- )[1'. and Mrs. J. B. Carlisle of ducted into the Army and sta- >'den' Itogern, whose| renliteiicfi IH 23 f.t.Cj'lI embraced under afdS certificate t ,
and Valdosta, Ga., this Highlands! X. C., last Friday. jlord County office in the court. 314 Adams Street Macon; OeorHlii" No. 150.The .
City Starke and Lt. Wm. A. Edward tioned Miami He said You
His at Beach. are ref to appear on assessment of sold property V ,
wife rl'h
and two daughters will house. son of Mr. and Mrs W. M. Edwards that the heaviest part of his June 2(11( 1 h. above named I under said certificate No. 129 was
likely remain throughout thesummer. Court and' catine wherein plaintiff In the mine of Clement Htudley;
of Starke recently reported training was over and that he Neekn divorce. Bradford County the. assessment of said property
(,('He several T. J. McIntyre, for many yearsan to the Army Air Field at expected to leave there soon after Teleirrnph xhull ptiblioh thin OrderIn under Bald. certificate No 130 wan. .
h'tiv days in employe of the Torode Chevrolet next four weekly: iHoiien. In the name of Alice M Taft! the
spent Carlsbad New Mexico where June 15. He said that HarmonP. witness mv nnnd and official assessment of said property under
)g;e as the guest of Lyle Aftbn. Police Chief A. L. Alvarez be- Co., prior to his automobile they will pursue a course of Instruction Morgan was there also His neal 22nd I at 1141"Starke, Florida thin June said certificate No. I&6 was l In the ,
gan his 10-day vacation this week. accident is In critical name of Candls Calhnttn..
a year ago _In "dead reckoning" address Is Pvt. .Milton Mills 405th OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas Unless said Certificate shall be
Other members of the force condition As Clerk of said. Court.T .
police at home chronic
from a redeemed according to law tho
navigation.Both Tr. Gr. Flight S3 B. T. C. No. 4,
Frank l.niulrum! Starke, Florida
I was a visitor here will take thelr's in turn when his ailment. properties described I therein will bo
A. Annis men have already received AAFTTC, Miami Beach Fla. Atty for IMf. 6-125 41 1-1"1 sold to the highest bidder. at the
iav! He has been a "shut- Is over. their! bombardier winsnLt. Cur- Courthouse door on the. first Monday -
It Jia in Gainesville foror Mrs E. M. Rooks of Gainesville iv ruici IT 01 ii'r. mi tnrollnl I In the Month of August! 1943.
home lisle the Viet STATIONED COCOA .
at orville. Calif. cm. \-r\, Ki.omiiti M\- which Is the 2nd., day of AugustA
six weeks. Floyd Green clerk In the local was here Tuesday and Wed- Army Air Field and Lt. 'Edwardsat Herbert Cloversettle who was ( KHVllerlmit I D 1941.! rl
Post office had a heart attack nesday attending the Ritch-Green U Wllllnnm. Plaintiff' vAaneM .. Dated, this SZnfl. day of Jun.
the Roswell New Mexico field. for two years assistant managerof Turner Will In nm, tIefrntlant.ICase \ A. ft 19(3.
L and Mrs. Wilson O. Leein while on duty at the stamp win wedding. While here she was No. 2G49.OH"Jo .
1. They now begin on the second the local A & P Stoit, ban IOFFClerktCIFcolt Courthllrndfnrl,
Jacksonville'Sunday vlslt- dow around noon Monday and is !guest; In the homes of Mrs. W. G. step In their intensive training to been in the Coast Guard since AND NO'\1t OF(',,;Pt'BLICXTION TO AIM'KAK: County, Florida. 6-26 4t 1-U .

jhls aunts. Ji-Us Kate and at home recuperating Halle and Mrs T. A. Hunt. become "double-threat" men October 1942. He Is stationed at STATE: OF FLORIDA to: Agnes. -

\ Jane McDonald.met highly skilled air crew officers Cocoa Beach where he thinks the TurnerVllllanin 715 Main I ,,r=.to""or renldviireIn :; "t.T.rl
Mrs. D. J. Morriss and children Capt. R. G. Kldd of Fort Ben- able to be criticised MlHNliielppl. The registration books. nf Ih.
direct cannot
Its objective mosquitoes
a plane to
Perryman l Is at home on Joan and Bobby of Columbia ning Ga., was here for the week drop the bombs and then for their laziness or Indifference July Von 2Ath.are 1941.required: In the to above appear named on Cltv registration. of "Htarke. of elector will. h.. open from for Thursday the- ,

fcklay leave from the U. S.L S. C., are guests of Mrs. Morrlas' end visiting at the home of Mrs. plot the homeward. He was In Starke last week while Court and canoe, wherein plaintiff July' 15, to Saturday' Ai. "t"t
course .... 1943 the Hall.CAHL '
.k. divorce Bradford County 14, Inclusive l at City
I Academy at Annapolis. Md. brother-in-law and sister Mr. and Emma Canova. Mrs. Kldd and Both men attended school In visiting his wife and his mother, Telegraph shall publish. this Orderin JOHNSReclstratlon '

L another year there he will Mrs. C. A. Knight. son Richard. Ill returned with Starke both studied later at the Mrti. \".'. A. Jones at Theressa on n-xi four my weekly hand mniien.WltnexK and, .official I I City I. of atarke.Officer

fcilete his 3-year course which him to Fort Bennlng'on Sunday. University of Florida both were a 48-hour "'liberty." real at Htarke., "Florida thin June23rd 6-SS 3t ,7.1IY

matlcally carries with It a Mrs. W. E. Mlddleton Mrs.E. members of the local National ( 194.1.OFFICIAL: SEAL' ) A. J. Thomas. -
L. Matthews and little daughter Miss Shirley Colley who was Guard Company before was RECEIVES PROMOTION: Am Clerk of said Court run "lIlrl'IT nil RT. RKIIITII '
the war
1 n '
Ensign < i IT OK FI.OII.
as < IH
mission\ Mary Agnes spent the week- graduated from B. H. S. last declared and they have likewise Earl 'George, son of Mrs Ida Atty.It If. for noncan Plf., Jacksonville 6-26, Florida 4t' 7-16 Ji III mriti.*. IX AMI! >> KOH" HIIAIIFOHOf 1

I end with Dr. Middleton at his month Is a substitute clerk In had parallel careers In their Air George of Starke recently received PAT. l'LAMRR.XTV.

camp near Waverly Ga. the Starke Poatofflce this summer Force training. a promotion from 2nd class to NOTICK Of APPLICATION FOR Plaintiff

and will enter Florida I 1st class seaman. His address Is: (.....TAX.. Hill IIKKII'%:.>. l till) OKMVJRWKI.RT: COMPANY,
Mrs. J. H. Ritch of Jacksonville Southern College at Lakeland this B. E. George Sea 1-c (R), U. S. NOT,..'". IH' HKHKMY: OIVKN. a corporation
COLLEY COMMISSIONED That Louis Clemona holder of Tax .
Sentinels was here Tuesday attendingthe fall. Coast Guard C. O. T. PI Bar- Certificate No. 2M. Issued the 2nd Defendant.NOTICF1 }

Ritch-Green wedding. While Drayton Colley. son of Mr. racks 66, Key West Fla. day of July A. D. 1113", h.. filed OF APPLICATION>f."T10N FOR OFCORPORATION
DI8S
of Health and Mrs. W. A. Colley Is now a earns In my office and h... made VOLUNTAHY
here Mrs. Ritch was the guestof Miss Jane Elklns of Mount Carmel application for a tax deed to. ho

her sister Mrs. F. H. Long. Ill., who was a college room- 2nd lieutenant stationed at Camden TANK MECHANIC: Issued thereon Hal Don't Neglect Them mate of Mies Gloria. Johns arrived S. C. He first. went, .to the following I described M corporation: and all! other persons -
Cpl. Parker Dampier son of In Interested, OHKF.T1NO:
the of Brad-
County
N...Ioaa dlp'lob. Tllelr" t"wk M o k.p lb,al John ,Chalker.a student ..t.The Monday night to attend the Kessler, Field Miss. for threemonths' Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Dampier of Property[ :: of Florida, to-wlt : Notice Is hereby. given that thoundersigned '
.. In
majority
being
Lot 12 of Illock
11 Ward
training ,then on to City,
,J::I t Citadel, Charleston S. C., is here marriage of Miss Johns and R. E. Starke was among a group of Section' M Township 7 H' It 20 East. Interest. of the stockholder. of tho !
constantly: producing; wooto visiting his mother Mrs. Emma Greene Jr., Miss Elkins is a Miami Beach where he receivedhis technicians from Armored Divisions The assessment. of the said property Oem Jewelry Company, a corporation -
.IF-I of i
Ifa principal place
with
commission March 3. He Is under the said certificate Issued "
bt''br'.lr1dI.i.:: : ', no.JWb. Chalker and also at the home of house guest at the home of :Mr. all over the country that was In the name of Mrs. T. P. business I In Htarke. Bradford
5asssrjsr& a "ground man' in the Air Corps, ,. Florida has filed her. petition .
Ward ,
.. 8be k dD."lien lea Mr. and Mrs. Charles Darby. and Mrs. T. J. Griffin. training cadets. enrolled last week in the Armored Unless! said certificate shall lie County in the. Circuit Court In and

".. e.,_ &szsfasiOne : Force School at Fort Knox for a redeemed according to law the for Bradford County Florida t
u may: wee": utE 1 ,. Pvt. E. L. Grlffla. Jr., who is Mrs. J. C. Hoover Is visiting special course In tank mechanics.In property described therein. will ho applying for a voluntary dissolutionof will I
and resent -
sold tho said corporation
tn highest bidder at the
nlnut he.d. to
Bibu. ._11I.,. pufflnss* HAS the modern ships of the tank courthouse dooron the. first Monday the sulrt petition

dtr use lb.P eyeo..lool dad Borrow, all Lacarne Ohio, spent a ten days Ferry and Mrs. J. C. Jones InAugu.ta. G. Alvarez;' son of Mrs. department the students study which In Is ho the month 2nd of day August of August 1941, Court at A.his Z. office Adklns.In Judge Htarke.of Bradford said

Fe. .._.&. ocanty or boralagadd .paawM' furlough here with his parents Ga. Mrs. Ferry and Frank E. Wilson la now a 2nd engines, power train suspension 1941. County, Florida: on tho 11th
ot.
; r dl.turbu: .. ol kio> Mr. and Mrs. Elisha L. Grlffls.. Mrs. Jones having recently sold class seaman and has been trans. systems and driving mechanism. 1941 Dated: this Und day of Juno, of day 10 of:00 July O clock A. D A.1941.M. on at salt the hour day

ud treatment their property in Augusta will ferred to Ellyson Field at Pensa- (OFFICIAL REAL' ) A..1. Thomas or a* soon thereafter as petitioner
tb praoor
btdiuntl recofoined*medicine I to aolp body kidawyoI Mr. and Mrs. Berry Johns and come to Starke soon to make cola. For the, time being he Is JOINS MERCHANT MARINE Clerk of Florida.circuit Court of Bradford and may. bo heard.offer and proof will of at the said. allegation lime
County 6-26 4t 7-16 place
...... wort
rid D.ol.'*. PilU.P- ,ha.o had: ojor* daughter Josephine are vacation their home with Mr. and Mrs. working at the fire house. He Richard Jackson son of Mr. *. contained. In said petition and

hen u lorty '....of pvbllo approval.. AN ing in St. Augustine. Mr. Johns hoover has plenty of "chow" good shows and Mrs. Carl Jackson of Starke !>OTI<'K' OK TAX"PP'.I: I.KKIenafe ('*>T'O. Foil ask for CIon.final order. dissolving ...Iacorpora
..... laaiot oa
.nei'.. Sold the at eountry all drat store. city utility superintendent, has to attend and everything Is to hla has joined the Merchant Marine <.. BUI .... lag PAT .IjAMnHJ Petitioner.

been III for several days and Miss Alma Murrhee who has liking. He expects to be sent to and will take an 8-month course NOTICE IS HKUKllY HVBN. 0-15 3t 7.'

DOANS PILLS thinks that 10 days rest'' will put been attending college in Nash Jacksonville b u t' adnAlts that In radio at Brooklyn, N. Y. The

i ville Tern., arrived Flll.y i '.1... "only the Lord' knows when that Jacksons now have four sons in
'
him in shipshape.
,spend several weeks with her will take place. the service of their country.say i

father, A. F. Murrhee, before --

leaving to enter her junior year eral days the first of the week "Sugar-pie" and "Hone y- 1

this fall. Enroute to Florida with !oIl'. and Mrs. L. A. Davis. bunch" when we get caught com

1 p 's Miss Murrhee visited friends In Mrs. Harde Is Mr. Davis' sister. ing home late at night and haveto Midnight Saturday Sunday Monday Tuesday

Charleston S. C., and surrounding Howard Hardee has received wives in y yws.
just get our a forgetful June 27 28 29

islands. his A. B. Degree from Tulane mood. The Englishman would ....riCw Jlaa! rraru, i i"f

University and will soon returnto say "Old Cabbage" to express the

Dr. and Mrs. H. B. McLendonof Tulane to take-, medical same idea. Also, they say

Orlando spent Sunday herewith course. He has already been "ZEDD" and we say "ZEE". And

Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Matthews given the title of Lieutenant in by-the-way: It may have been an ;

enroute to Marianna where the U. S. Army.Letter. Englishman that started calling

a4J they will visit relatives and spend "RASH'UNS" "RAY'SHUNS." or Th1b4ta

a vacation on the Gulf. They maybe it waa that Georgla-Crack-

were accompanied by their daughter BoxLawtey er-School-Marm.

Jeannette who had spent two J. L. Harrell (The Florlda- I

r.as_ weeks here with her grandparents. Cracker-Step-Son). ,

A M N r

Florida

Epsl0PepsiCola Col. H. V. Knight spent laafc June 20th 1943 Weeks Buys TractR. +d

week-end In Jacksonville with his ;
Dear Editor:
A. Weeks purchased to
wife and little daughter, Nancy
If there's space to spare for acres of timber land near' Law-
Lee. Friends will be glad to
this "Florida-Cracker-Step-Son" tey from Mr. and Mrs. W. E.
know that Nancy who has been
to Jaw-back at a School-Marm O'Neall of Duval County a few

Company Long Inland City N. Y. confined to St. Luke's Hospital the (and play safe), I'd appreciate it days ago.
with a serious Illness for past
Co. of Jacksonville very much If you will Inform
Bottling
Franchise Bottlers Pepsi-Cola two weeks' is much Improved and Mrs. Overstreet that I learned

will be able to return home within NOT.CM
when I was quite 'young to never Notice IH hereby given that the
a few days. with a School-Marm-and lindemlKnod Uuarrtlan of Mae Lee
argue
L.wle. Morris Edward Lewis and
I've reached the age James Leon Lewis, minors, will on
NAT SEZ had his by so doing, w'at
J. B. Rowe recently as the 27tb day of July 1941. ...IIat
guests his son-in-law and daughter of sixty-three with 'wholebonesand private Hale. the (follnwlnir ..- 4w
While I'm away on my vacationand I scrlbed! real eMate. tn wit; NE'' of
Mr. and Mrs. E. Leslie Biggs just a little missing skin. ;: '" sac North 185 yd* and lest ."
too busy to be bothered with Barbara 84 yes: ftld Halo baited on Application t
and their little- daughter
P However, be that as it may filed.. ray. e... +. ...,, n it itre.
v' writing ads for'the paper, think Sue and his daughter Mrs. Char School-Marms are sometimes mistaken Monte Lewis, Guardian.35 ,.' 5.

I'll devote my usual "space to tell- les Burton all of Jacksonville about things- that they 4t 716IV p'

of the American Mrs. Burton left yesterday for think they know a lot about. For 1 ,
few
about a ("H.T 40IIIT, IIIKOIIII
ing
you ..
visit r ,
making a Washington D. C., for a Instance-Goober Grabbers come ('''\TV, Kl.Oltmtl l\ <.IIAKIIV. \-
Ileroen who're who l Is stationedat (' .
with her husband
and not from Geor
for themselves'. while making from Virginia I Alta (lauilloHo. Plaintiff vn. Andrew .
name Fort Belvolr, Va. gla. Also I fear she has those T Uaufllono. Defendant Cane.
a safe place to live for you. No. 2li.17.OltDKIt.
Webster boys mlxed-up. It was I OF )'(! I.lr'ATION
few <<
what a
Just read then-et joe Noegel strained his back Old Daniel that used such jaw- AM :NOTICE; TO AITKAIl
fellows are doing, and HTATK: OK KI.OKIIIA tn: AndrewT
week while lifting heavy I
last locked thatlion's
breaking words that It EDGE2
be guide! I Oailfllnpm whose renldence Int'nknnwn
jour conscience your sheet rock and was taken .to jaws and not Noah. Noah : end whr *e present: Ail
Friday for osteopathic dress ,IN l'FC. Andrew T. C1aiftln
I Jacksonville was the one that was a ship- 3rd ItPKtilntlnir' Orotip. Harrack

treatment. He returned home yard worker; built a great big 305 Fort; Hamilton.: New York. .
HEROES but will make repeated iou are required to appear on
the same day, In it
AMERICAN ship and stored-away. July 26th. 1941, In the above num. ,.
trips there for treatment.He enough rash'uns td last him and eel I Court and cause, wherein plitln.'

BY LEFF sustained injuries to his backa his family until the cows came of tiff Maiden seeks name divorce Bradford and refitorntlon County t.

year ago and has never wholly home-or wan it a dove. Oh. well Telvitraph vhall puMlnh thin Order OF t
In next four weekly ,fNmieH.WllneHM .
cafe will be closed
recovered. His it's stilt raah'unswith
I Cow or Dove mY hand and official. Ural
: for two or three more weeks. me, and It'li short rash'uns at Htarke, .Florida thin Juno Utb,

tlv at that. .I 1943. A. J. Th"ma,
I I Paul E. Knight of the 2nd Post I I All Clerk .>f paid Court ,
si. 1 S. C. was at The School-Marm tells us that OFFICIAL. 8KAM: /
Band. Camp Croft, M'. Noah Webster said so and Knight A= Knight' Mtar FloridaAtty I i

home on furlough for a few days so, when as a mater of fact. It for Plf. a-is:! 4t 7-lrf RKDES4t9tfY.rl"cI ft
Col. and as
visit with his parents old greybeardsthat .
i. /a/ a1 last week. He' was those two IV r"U'I"T ( .>!'HT. \OKOIIM
D. E. Knight,
Mrs. added a lot of new words, roi'MTV' ri.oKiuti ix l'Il' \,. 1
left Monday for a brief business (''':HY.Po..t. .
"7 ask J National BroadcastingCo. definitions, spelling and pronunci- Walton Plaintiff, v.. FM.
the
1' trip to ations to Old Man Noah's per- ward Walton, Defendant Cane No.

r was., New a staff York member City of before which en-he fectly good Dictionary. She quoted 2539.ORnER OF* PUBLICATION WALTER H HUSTON.N NANCY COlEMAN
4 es Harris and Allen who spoke j r ANn NOTICE TO API'KAK
: I1 tering the U. S. Army more thana Just STATE OF FLORIDA to: Edward.
: to his with a Bostonian accent. Walton who.. legal, renlderire. In
year ago. He will return imagine Old Man Noah saying "In 324 Tremont Street, ColoradoHprlntrn JUDITH ANDERSON RUTH GORDON 01...... .. LEWIS MILESTONE

assignment at Camp Croft this the good old HARS AND BOOGY I I I AddrenH, Colorado In Kdward; and whose Walton Present no ...... car N ....'" a"_ .._...Ss.e"/. .wain.. w_. I

weekend.Mre. DAYS" like some of these RadioMen railroad shops. fhlravo. Hock Inland
and parlflr(. Railroad Company,
+, T. N. Kendrick left Wednesday do.Now. I I Colorado Hprln.. Colorado. Wednesday Thursday June 30 July 1
You are required to appear on
safe and safely.
; fM for month's vacation in about July, Zith. J"". In the. above named "DARK COMMAND"
a Personally, I'll have'' to disagree Court and cause, wherein plaintiff

North Carolina.<<; While away she with the School-Marm about using i aeeka Telegraph divorce.ohall BradfordCounty publish, thla WALTER PIDGEON

will visit her son-in-law and the word "safely"... That Is, If (I Order In next four weekly t>*uen. _
Wltn. mv hand and official/ eal
daughter. Mr. and Mrs W. S. words spoken or written express at Htarfco, Florida, thin Juno 18th.l > ,

S ti.t Gloson at Goldsboro N. C.; her thoughts and Ideas. When I was 1943 A. J. Tnoma".. -RITZ-
much than I now am, I
1 younger A* Clerk of said Court.
brother Vernon McLeod at Troy; OFFICIAL SEAL)
,
out late at night.
...* ... _n .f ...ri.. Tfa NIdi.... Saw... her niece Mrs. Hallie One at use to stay ''home I Knight A Knight Htarke. Florida.Attye. June :27 28 29
-
2.7kUM! wits ...,.. Pod_ 5114. ...,. his Then when I did come for Plf. 8-U 4t 1.1' Sun.luyMon. Iay Tuesday
: .mala .ul.s..mawkln I. .... man bof... Sh. Charlotte her nephew and the front door _
reached
d
.
.
usually
SrtS"I I.dlri O. u4 .. RETURN ENOAGKMENTSERGEANT; __
ss.r..d.d bo
., ... .f .. h. wife, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Bitch, seldom passed my wife'sbedroom 1* <'InT.T "-oi'HT. mtAin'onn
ba. rilo I.. Itl tt.Wi.m.aol which 7a Kendrlck's safe but ('ftl''WT'', KMMIIUtl IX .. MAX- h
rW iwd.. bout w d Gastonia; and Mr. YORK" ,
...
Oar bon ... .1. 8bo .... dL/ at door safely. SchoolMarm if >*n vEunlVe
Mlp buy wMa_a...*,bl W.. ........ ..Ip",a tboM sisters'Mrs.. LUzle Davis and understand just 'Wolff Benedlkt. Plaintiff.. GARY COOPER
not
may .. Oenrire Joseph nenedlkt, defendant
his .- v
Mlsn Lillie Kendrick and what I mean by that, but it's (.....e No **4ORDEH .
ter-in-lAWV Mrs., MaggieBrandon, that most all OF PUBLICATION \VexliMtuUy Thursday June 30 July 1
dollars to dimes
AVf NT1CR TO APPEAR!!:
In the country. married men will.SchoolMarm STATE OF FLORIDA to Oeora-e. "EDGE OF DARKNESS"*
Joseph fI..n. should take into la 103-A Logan Street. Charleston. UtItOL FL1'NN. ANN SHERIDANnNE
How
Sternherg'S--I Mrs. J. R. Hardee and son, words and phrases that we Month Carolina.You .
ard Hardee and grandson Lewis use are required to appear on
Hardee of Fernandina' spent save Americans do not understand. We July "Ib, 1943 In tho above named


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c ,tt''i FRIDAY,
tJ IIRADFORD C/IlfiTV TFLFGRAPi7.: T.' KE. FLORIDA y

RAGE sP and Sgt. Brackert. Ac is. Give details.What's Building Permits I
a reielved the same :Newsome
trolled dusting with sulfur at after all pigs the doing In the community:
by for
,
I the Orchestra
I The addition to
4 How To Wage War two-week Intervals, and Florid ration to market weight. evening, was the clarinet played news about girls (single) he D. E. Knight June 15, $200 for
generally attack added protein In the early periodof whom, erection of two small frame +
Peanut Insects flower thrIps, which ( Sanford Rltch. knows, who's marrying the
: If! On I the young tender tops of the plg'a life, the Investigatorsfound by service the exploits of the home team and residences 18x20 feet In block 7
better-fed pigsto At the close o( 'the
II Since peanuts are Florida's Nc, peanut plants, can be handled by; enabled the much administered 'other sports! events, social doings of Temple's Addition to Starke.wmwmmm.
gains on rite of baptism was
in demand of the plant produce greater the home
spraying I I on
s One war crop, being a thorough and men Pvt. Wilson B effects of the war
;
; and feed, great care i with nicotine compounds. smaller feed requirements I to two young Reminisce IL little about
for oil, food ( : Heights and town.
usually Dennis of Keystone II ,
well-started pigs
:
t must be taken to protect against | A bluish-green caterpillar, the the weight at considerably James VillInes."flils Impressive past events and places the boy
other enemies of this stalk borer, often at reached market visit Enclose clippingsfrom !
Insects and i lesser corn than those service was performed: the Rev used to '
d .1 J R. Watson, Experiment plants, min earlier ages I the home-town paper.'U'N'T .
declares tacks young peanut J. ComhbThe
crop
-
it with the supplemental Raymond ACID INDIGESTION
Station entomologist. ling the young stalks and causing; not supplied Chil >> TELL HIM: IFOR
r Florida the most destructive their death. The best control protein feed.Even Wellnesdar"alternoon i Your troubles. lie has troublesof If your bother
"In Interest eyes I
1r4..4. new ,
; feeds dren's meeting Is creating you ht
Insect is the plant bug__especlall;: I measure is to pull up the wilted, though high-protein made his own. e me examine them and ht
In and plans are being t .
commonly);: rather hard to get can't do Yo
the green stink bug mined stalk before the caterpllla are now Wednesday,, I Your complaints. He with glasses if need
this coming you
'pumpkin bug' by grow< has chance to spread to other some parts of the country, their for them about them. I ""
called a anything
studies, new 30 Holidayand
of Bible experience.
animals a consisting years ]
adding ', for giving young I deprived
ers," Mr. Watson says plants. use About things you are
'.'r ..4? + that the pumpkin bug Is apt to be< I I The cucumber beetle, which! good start Is In line with recom- songs The hour and has instructions been changed in painting.from 3 of. He can't supply them. Sundays by.ppoint! ,nt
abundant where peanuts mendations of the U. S. Depart- Doleful predictions about the TELEPHONE 5.457
abundant
especially become on young
follow such crops as Austrian) I may plants 'can be controlled by;; ment of Agriculture. So far aa to The 4 P. U.Ladies Victory Prayer future. He's fighting for that SOcCarpenter's
No Insecticide feeds,
allotlng ,
vetch. In
'' y. rl winter peas and the Ispraylng with lend arsenate, this practicable begiven to Croup will also meet ai the new" future now.Unnecessary.
against should financial -
is effective little to older preference details about
N Insect doing damage aft-
o'clock Thursday
hour four
+ adults, the most feasible methodof peanut vines. young animals and breeding ; troubles. If there are Drug Store
control extermination beingto stock. ernoon. should know about family -
7s' i' or The white-fringed( beetle is a things he t
go through the field with a serious to and the WRITE TO finances, and he is in a posI- .. _. ..
pest peanuts WHAT TO j-- ----- -
):t..: can containing a little Into keroseneand It, the nut should not be planted or At The Tabernacle SKKMCK.MEN: : tion to do something about the

:L'y ; knock the continued.bugs I heavily infested land, Mr. Watson Despite the rainy weather Sun Here are some pointers for situation, tell him. But don'tstring Prompt Service Careful Drivers
sA; ;N entomologist declared. liumefolks writing to soldiers, it out.
small evening, a goodly congregation -
day
.t bugs
7
y ) "Young pumpkin different Inn "The 'salamander', a ground was present at the regular sailors and marines, based on BaptistWilbur
bluish insects very squirrel. is also a severe pest service hour to enjoy the special suggestions gathered in a surveyimong Laictey
adult, can
) color from the green, ," Mr. of peanuts, which can beat be music, as well es a good sermon.A servicemen at home and A, Scott, son of Mr. Starke Taxi ServicePhone
nicotine sprays"
killed by Scott of Starke,
be and Mrs. F. A.
nicotine spray dealt with by means! of traps, special treat of the evening wasa iverseaa.
p Watson says. The of 40 the entomologist says. solo "The Stranger of Galilee"! FELL HIM: : will deliver the morning sermonat
can be made from one part Is doing everythIng the Lawtey Baptist Church
In 500 by Sgt. John R. Brackert of How the family 150Day'
9i I sulfate sung
percent nicotine In the war. I Sunday in the absence of the pas-
4 who a possible to help
possesses
EssentialFor Blanding
whIch a little Good Feed Camp
parts of water to tenor voice and ceached How anxious the family Is for tor, the Rev. FOrbes E. Fuller.
t'1 ;; soap has been added. I I Young PigsA the splendid hearts of his hearers with his the boy's return. All church members and the general -i NightWHAT'S
bugs, the second most along public are invited to hear
Of
} b Negro In song. Another music. How the family getting
5 r r' destructive group of insects, Mr. little extra feed of high Duality al message number was a duet; "Tak up 'Inanclally. Mi; Scott bring an inspirational .
Watson says: "Young Negro bugs fed during the early lit of Thy Cross," sung by Miss Lois- How well and busy the family Bible message. -- ---
rV an ''r. a suck the sap from the young peanuts pigs will give them such a start

..r 1; in the ground, causing pops. that: they will make better use -
;'
r Negro bugs are particularly apt I: of feed when they are older. This

... "! '' to be abundant on land which was Is a war-time tip of particular
: I I
} In heavy sod the previous year, I. value when there Is urgent need
and if this land must be used for to: make the most effective! use
peanuts It should be plowed in I I possible for the feeds available,
the late fall or 'early winter to says W. J. Sheely, animal husbandman -
starve out the bugs before the with the Florida Extension -
nlFl peanuts are planted. Peanuts Service.

hL',, j' which are being attacked by Negro This method( was tested thoroughly -

+7 L bugs should be pulled as soon : at the Beltsville Md. Research -
as they are, ready, not left In the Center when the Bureauf
+ ground unnecessarily long." Animal Industry compared
'
t, Velvet bean caterpillars, anoth- groups of young pigs that are
l er peanut, pest, can be controlled given free access to high-protein
,
l by dusting the plants with a mixture Feeds for a period of 11 weeks
; iii' of one part lead arsenate to with other groups that did not :
i nine parts hydrated or thoroughly lave ouch feed. In these testsiweeksold
i. t I air-slaked lime, Mr. Watson advises pigs were allowed to
1 adding that this must not run to a creep supplying such
r. be applied to peanuts near harvest protein supplements as skim milk,
E 9;, : time If the peanut hay Is toN ankage, soybean meal, or peanut
: be fed to livestock. neal, In addition to a standard

tv 11 F The bean Jassld can be con-' ation for sow and pigs. There- 'Q ,


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\ Today,your health Is a national asset, and its

care begins at home. Illness slows down production 1,

lowers efficiency and uses up the h -
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on your family health regularly, says the

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m i IN HOSPITALS AND HOMES;, SANITARY. SMMOINC. EASV-TO-CUAN .

t MEU.O-CIOSS WAILS ARE THI ORDER OF THE DAY

j lowe BrotiersMELLOGLOSS ,Per Gallon THIS WAR''' ABOUT DADDY ?


_. $5o-l ""'--_......*. [HM-AV,M 1 .


_ X (SEMI-GLOSS) Honey, in a place called China children To do our job we've got to knock out the money is an investment against that time

WALL PAINTS as can because Axis. And lot of Daddies
t4 can never play you a us would like when
b' ; : u .... ,_ peace returns and you will no longer

Durable, sanitary. and MELLO-GLOSS S has light men in airplanes roar overhead and shoot to do it with our own fists or our own have to answer that question:

aally washable with Map reflection and wat.r.th beautiful minimi aye at ain and guns. do other "Daddy what's "
'1 luttr. ol colorful reduce lighting cost' this war about?
i satiny In other places in Norway and France work that Uncle Sam wants us to do.;


in Poland and Greece and Russia .. ; So let's.". help knock out the Axis with. that

+j I"" ____ _. children have their mothers and daddies work. Let's take a dime out of each dollar
1 *"1l""Jkfc 41! w ,
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loweBrvmersPLAX Caay to appl,.. quick to dry. taken away from hmled: off to'''a we earn while working and buy War i ---------
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A tough beauty gloss finlah
that rosista waar and abua. prison called a concentration camp. Their Bonds and Stamps to turn our dollars into

+ .,......... children may never see their parents again. America's tough new tanks and planes.

T EUNIYElSALnNISH PINT
I 70c of these children-boys and girls So"; ; tell employer
FOR AIL ENAMELING Many your set aside WHY U. S. WAR BONDS ARE THE'SAFESTJust

rJti like you-don't get enough to eat. ,10 percent of what you earn every payday PLACE YOU CAN PUT: YOUR MONEY I

? ., Many of them have starved to death. ?*, in the War Bond Payroll Savings Plan. :: Tby w. biig.doa of rha Voiced Swes. If this
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/INII&MMe's'j QOCbllla isl
>d;w ,' H Why is all this happening? Because there Then, ea ch'me it adds up to $18.75, 2. For
''j MELLOTONE "UP '3.00 JOQ illft. 1i ill War Dollds you ad
are evil people in the world, who call YOU'll get a bond. ') back 4.00 at the ead of 10 ,ear..

MlffMUWIU. FINIS. FLAT WALL PAINT themselves the Axis, who do these things. Your Government will use that 'money to :: ill dollar -.I-.n fuser

COVERS WALLPAPER I Ita aoft.paatal color* ar. stNs' .. >" wr for them.
m .rfct bach. And it's our job to make them stop-to sec smash the Axis. Every dollar is a nail in d. You
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.ItmUawithwatar.. Drla S 2.9-S. 'round for. Gallon they never trouble the world again. Hitler' coffin. Every bond a bomb to O0" be6civ, ri.",... todiridud.ftbau/.:.of 11M 6.wI. caowsrthat

in ona hour, OHC GALLON E E=::apply clean 2'45 Ttat't what this war is all about. blow the Jap off this earth. And your .s' YOOf s..l0arlW"Bond.c *"> <<> of stolen.Ch .

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STORE THIS: ADVERTISEMENT IS A CONTRIBUTION OF Blanding Center, Inc. TO AMERICA'S: ALL-OUT WAR EFFORT

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ftRADFORD COUNTY TKLKCKAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA r"01 I'SEVEN' _
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... I ... .'. f..."".. Hrrrmmrd.TO Proctor whose residence In Un*
L AUK' CKEIHTl'KM ANI: FI3TISO.VM known.
;. IIAVINII CLAIMS OK I >KMA.NDM -
You are required to appear on
Lane I
[ ASll1O AUAI.VST: SAID USTATK July 11th.. 1943 In the above named -
\ s'u and each of yi'u are hereby Court' and cause wherein plaintiff
i&
I SUCCESSFUL notified mid required to Present I seeks dlvoice. Bradford CountyTlearaph
any claim anil demnndx which I nhall pulkllsh this OrderIn
yui. or either of you, may haveagainst next four weekly iHttuea.Wltne .
the estate uf A. A. Irlffla. > my hand: and official
I ui'ceaeed late of said County to I I enl at starve r'lurida, thin June
I Lrj PARENTHOOD the rounty Judge nf llrailford 3rd 1943.OFFICIAL.
County, 1 Florida, at his office 'In ( SRAM! A. J. Thomas ,
the courthotm of said (County at Ae Clerk of said Court. I
I Stark, l Florida within eight calendar -
William Jackennvllle,
moiithe from the time of the Florida; I : liy.M.Jrll': ; 6-4 4t 6X5iv _
PATRICIA DOW fire implication of thin notice.
-- -I Each claim or demand shall lie In .
wrltlnvr. and shall ,I .IH.T (-0' D'r. mi \IIFOHOC'
-.r. '. u- .. $y MBS. CATHOUHS COMBAD EDWAUtt of r.-iilil I .iice *nd pout :rlt.hdS : : 01" !'' FLORan"1 IV .II\M-: .

I of the .clalmnnt and nhall. be sworn fKHV.tlnllle _
Whole Chicken AaeocIcN: ZdSIaa. pw.... )1oq3ae to by the claimant hIs airent. or A.rn Croeland Plaintiff, ve.Kuth '
Lynn Chambers' 7ointSmvlngMenus Ma attorney, and any nurn claIm Crovland I Defendant. Case
or demand not no filed shall be No. 2411.
Can Be Made -I Void. STATH OF FLORIDA to: Ruth ,
GROOMING Mamie 3;.. Orlffl...
--- TO PLEASE CHILDREN Ann CrovlKnd. whose residence laIloute t
Into Two Meals Hoast Half of Chicken: AN admlnlfttratrl Y of theKntate No. j, Charleaton South
of A. A. UrlfflM, d..a..l. Carolyna. _
Bread Stuffing How to measure up to a daugh least approximate their actual 6-4 4tZS.. OHDKR OF PUBLICATION:

Fresh Asparagus ter's critical standards of groom years in looks this docs not mean AND NOTICE; TO APPHAH .
Parsleyed PotatoesLettuce.Watercress ing Is something most mothers that they will\ tolerate a middle- iv iiirrrr" (.o..r. iin \UFo..n"UI You are required to appear on
%'I'\ KI. U ll).\ l\ ( M.\N-
| July 6th., 1943 In the above named
Salad would like to know. First let me aged figure for you. Moreover. KHY.Adeline _
'; and I
Court wherein
'* :T Strawberry Shortcake 'i say that the thing we are most apt keeping one's weight under control !!('hult.. Plnlntlff' v... CarlA seeks divorce.cause,Bradford, CountyTelegraph plaintiff t '

to strive for a young appearance. has come to be so closely allied "",'hult.. Defendant. Cane No. shall puhllah this OrderIn I

Iced Drink TyiJ/ Is by no means tops on a girls list with good health during the middle 2418.OROFJR OK PI' LI"ATI0N next four weekly leauea.Vltnena P _

Recipe Given of desirables for her mother. A years that this is one ambition you ANI I> NOTICH TO AHl'KAIl \ my hnnd ami official I

/ son is more likely to be pleasedover can legitimately strive to realize !STATK OP l FI.OKIDA to: Cnrl enl at Mtarke, "Florida his June I_ _
A Hchiilt whose. address la do, The 2nd 1943.OFFICIAL.
his mother taken for the sixties.
having But
through a youngish
Hot Potato World of 'l'ud..yIIhow.. Omaha" ( SEAL) A. J. Thomaii.Aa _
Salad. his sister than a daughter will be. figure doesn't look well in too youth. Nelirimka. Clerk of Maid Court.T. _
(Serves 6)) I Frank l.andrum. iitarke. Flurl :* For she Instinctively wants someone ful clothes and hats or topped bya You are required to appear on .
for Plf. 64t 6211Tiv
6 potatoes diced f I to emulate. someone more experienced juvenile coiffure.: Hair styles are. July Slh. 1949 'In the above nnmeil I Atty.

5 slices bacon in the niceties of grooming in fact one of the worst pitfalls for Court and caUse, wherein Plaintiff I -

1 teaspoon salt / and she Is happiest when her the mature woman for girlish hairdos Children.' seek Hradford divorce and County, cuMtodv Telegraph of : "Ot cinrriT ill5 ."LOI"'I COIHT. nn El% )tl4t.FoHO

3 M teaspoon pepper 1ft l iaeal of mature charm Is realizedin really make one look older. So shall pulilUh thle Order In I ('I1II\: '. Vt

: 3 her own mother.As think twice before copying your next four weekly IxnurK.WltneNa f.ouie Ooodman. Plaintiff, v... Alice Vl'
.4 tablespoons chopped parsley for make-up daughters may daughter's long curls. On the other : my hand and official K, (Uodman. Defendant. Case N...
3 tablespoons chopped onion Kenl MI Starke. .Florida thla June 2403. _
prefer a little shine lurking near hand don't go to the opposite onnisn OF PLTILICATION
3rd.
6 tablespoons bacon fat the surface of their own skins 'Just extreme and wear. with an air of 1943. A. J. Thomaa, AND NOTICE TO! APPUAIl

3 tablcspooos vinegar to look outdoorsy but they don't resignation a still wave or a protruding A* Clerk of said Court 8TAT1S OF FLORIDA' to: Altec

Cook potatoes in Jackets until ten I want any on mother's facet I So bun of hair. However If it fOPPli-lAU SEAL' ) F Unknown.You!. OoodmaM. who. residence la '
'
: I der. Peel and dice. Cook bacon : you'll need a dull finish for your' suits your type a glossy knot of Knla-ht' for& IMf.Knlnht, StarUe 6-4, FloridaAtljra. 4t S-2& are required to appear on ,

over low flame until crisp. Remove I I make-up and this Is most easily: acquired hair is most distinctive. Wear a July 6th., 1943. In the above named
by using a powder founda soft pompadour with the back hair iv rmi-i IT roTnr. lIlt .IIFOIIU Court and cause, wherein plaintiffHeeka : '
You're the clever homemaker who from pan and break into small i tion. A foundation is put on primarily either rolled low or brought up in a <
{ chicken by nslng only half pieces and add to hot potato'cubes.. I to make powder adhere graceful swirl depending on wheth. I shall publish this OrderIn
lives on Oil Wendell ('aLfll.., fliilntlff. v.. next four weekly luu. J -
Add
chicken for roasting. You can seasoning parsley and onion. longer but X It is a slightly tinted er or not your neckline is good. Helen K. CullU, fendant.' Case Witness my hand and official

//life s the stuffing too by mounding Combine fat and vinegar. Pour ovei one it also serves to hide uneven Shorter hair cuts are gaining popu. No. 2419 I neal at tuarke, Florida this May\

I Hinder the chicken when yea'ro.sl potato mixture and serve hot. pigment in your skin so that your larity but need a strong curl to ANI oimnu NOT1CB OF prnMPATioN TO A1'i'EAiISTATE I 2th(OFFICIAL 1943. S1-AL A. J. Thomas,

to get all the wonderful There are still a number of un. face appears smooth and of a much keep them feminine. OF FUOUIDA, to: HelenK. Aa Clerk of said Court.

[It In the pan rationed foods which may all in clearer color than it may actuallybe. Be sure to give your eyes the CulllH, whose reHldvnce In Itoute T. Frank Landrum Starke Florida.
In It. 6-4
favor of the meat nice gaps in menu-making. For example Use very.Lttla& rouge: though constant care they need and deserve No. 1 flu& A314Mantvca, Califor. Atty. for Plf. 41 t *iiv

don't let your daughter persuadeyou after 30. Smartly fitted nia. -
Most! families are so reduced thai cottage cheese is an excellent to leave it oft entirely. After glasses if you; require them will You are required to appear on onrrrr ('Ut'R'l' 'PPOIIo)
find it source of both calcium and protein added July 01 h, 1043 In the above named <'01 %1'%. KI.OUII IV: CH1NKIIV. : _
[few bomemakerl necessary 3J! we need coloring to keep : save a lot of wrinkles. Indeed Court and cause, wherein plaintiff (' .

to stew or roast a and you'll enjoy using, it in tu.a I from being drab and this color alert expressive eyes are a beauty seeks divorce. Bradford County Chae. HI. Stills: Plaintiff I vi. VeetaMlllfl _

whole chicken for this salad with summer greens: I doesn't look well concentrated In asset which should improve with the) Telt-itraph Khali pulillvh thin Order Defendant. CaM No. J409.OFlUKIl .

their meals.. In> Cottage Cheese Salad. heavily rouged lips such as young years. since as you acquire a little In iiHxt four.. my weekly hand lunuea.Wltnen and .official ANI!> NOTICR OF PUBLICATION TO APPKAIt' _

( lead. it's much (Serves 4 to 51) girls manage to get away with. We wisdom and understanding and a enl 1 at Htarke. Florida, this June STATE OF FLORIDA to: VestS
it have to be more subtle. humorous and gracious acceptance) Siil 1443.OFFICIAL. Mllla whose reelder.ca la Sparta, .
smarter to use 2 caps cottage cheese Though daughters. as we have of your lot in life your eyes naturally ( HJ AT.) A. J. Thomas Tenneewee.You I
half of the AH I'lerk of Haul ('..urt.William are required to appear on
one H sour cream
cop said their have
prefer mothers to atE more to say.NOTICR 1
July 6th., 1943. In the above named
chicken for st_. chives I liy.IIrror"l: ;: ir.J' 4t'Vdi5\
H cop chopped r Florida, 6-4 Court and caune, herein plaintiffneeke _
ing, the other half K cucumber diced divorce. Ilradford C.. o u nty'i'eleurraph
A-Oll: : TO APPEARSTATR :
shall this Order
I for roasting or perhaps in making 1 tablespoon chopped watercress OK FLOItlDA to: Ann I ....U.II.r fOI'HT. \IIKOIIII In next four weekly publish liiauea.WltneKM .

I numerous and delicious dishes using 1U; teaspoons salt HOJ! Maria 220 PeCoudrrc.Hane Mil-ret whoxe Marlon reeldencela Ohio. ".01I"' "i', I"I.tiItl>.\i i\' ( nfNelllu \- my hand, and official I
.* I' .:.... sisal at Mtarke, Florida this !May
required
[cut up chicken. M teaspoon pepper Yon ate to appear on 3l.t. 1943.tUFFiCIAt..
8347 July 5th., ll>4i.: In the above nani- Mae. (Craft PlaIntiff vn.Ulchurcl .
of I hard-cooked 8RAL) A. J. Thomas,
Cblcken is a good source protein eggs, chopped td Court, und tauHf. wherein plaintiff I a Thoiima. Craft. I, Jr., Defendant. mild Court
Clerk of
and we can use it in place of Mix cottage cheese and soul 10-20 : Beeka divorce. Hrudford C'titintyTclricriiph : Cuxe No. 240U.OltliKIt J S. HarrlMon.Aa Jacksonville, Florida
I In additionit's Add nhall !>tit>ll .h his Ordur OF 1MTIIMPATION for Plf 6-4 It e-n
meat dishes regularly. cream lightly with a fork. vege. 'T'! HOMEfr2v Ally.
Tailored to a In next four weekly lunuee.WltnvHH AM' NOTICM TO Al'l'KAK
( a delicious food that combines tables and; diced eggs and seasor No. 8347-Well fitting my I"n.au,,' offlolnl! I STATH' OK KI.OUIDA to: Itlcll- '

I weU with many other types of food. with salt and pepper. Serve 1 in Pattern coal I at Hlarl,... Florida, till. June artl Thonmw Criift, Jr.' whone revl iv fiiifiir. .otnr. mi \DPOIIIICOINI'l
knows. require -
clothes. as everyone 3rd. 1943.IOI.'I'ICIH.. dvnre. In Ht. 3 Iliix 674, Cimasiostott. ..UI.'I IV tllAV-:
I and goes with most vegetables and mounds. garnished with watercress well-fitting undergarments.Look : Mouth 1'iirollnit.You < Kllf.Dorothy: .
eii SHAI,) A. J. ThomiiHAH
( fruits in the menu. or lettuce and tomato wedges. at these-four-gore bias slips (leik of said Court tire, riMiulred to appear" on llrown. Plaintiff va. Halt
... named, Defendant. Case Nu.
July 51 h., 19 lu the abovt crt llrown.
Consider for example. of II I chemise. panties and bra that you William II. MorKitn Ji..kau.viIIeFloiIila. wh-i-lii I I I 2415.
many .. Cotut mid cuiiwv, plaintiff
B-:!
fur I'lf. 6-4 4t .
I chicken salads which be Just know fit perfectly. They are Author Kllc Atty. Ki'ekM .11 I v.., ,.... llrnilfttrd' l'u"mm t f'I'els'irrnlil tItlEltIl" PtTlLICATIONANI
the can o SIU. Mary's .n .
NOTH'13 TO APPIJAIl ,
tailored to a "T" and one can ask .| Nlmll pnlolKh this Order I> !
[ made up with fruits or vegetables. $' l111(1 IT (01 It'l Illl tllKOIIIIOtVI'l In iifxt four w."Ily luu...... STATic OF J.'I..A'IIII'A> to-! Holierlnrown '
I and for sandwich fillings. Then too, t) < for nothing better. Everybody U Interested in put. ('. l-'I.OIIIIt 1% t II'N- WltnxHH my hand und ulii-ml. 1 Ben I whose. aildreHa la lox 944,
'.; I Pattern No. 8347 Is In sizes 10. ting up food for winter this year ( Kit 5 at &'llutike. 1-Muflitit, thU May alas., Victor, Colorndu.
I you can serve chicken either warmor ", 12. 14 10, 18 and 20. Size 12 takes flourish John Itlrhnrd (1 trr. 1'lnlntlff. va.Uniirii I 143.: You are required' to appear on
cold with vegetables and "i' 35-Inch material for bias and with Victory gardens (Jliiilvn II u r r, I Itefendunt.CUHK ((5 OKFICIAIj HMATO A. 4. Thoniun July 6th., 1043 'In the above named
many 3'/i yards ing at the back: door the surplus. No. 2'117.Olllll"lt' An cioik" nf mild. Court. Court mill cause. wherein plaintiffHtekx
fruits as a good start on getting slip and bra 2ft yards for bias must be taken care of. OP ITW.IfATIOV:. T. I Frank i l.nnilriiui tot ark.1 ., Florldn.Atty. : : n .... llradfoid' ; Cou: :lily

what you need of the seven basic chemise and bra and 2 yards for For years we've been warned not ANt:; :NOTK'K'; TO AI'I'HAH tur I'K. 6-4 4t 6-Z5 Televrnph. shall puhllxh I isis orderIn
UuurftOurr
F1.0IUHA to .
STATIC 0' 1 : next four weekly leiiuee.WltncBri .
I tool groups necessary to health. panties and bra. to can non-acid vegetables unlesswe whoHe. renldviiin lit L'nknnwn. iv iiiM'iir ...>! HT, 1111 \ itroiinii my his,i.I I und, I of firm ,

__________ use a pressure-cooker. Von nre "Jt.ftiilred' I to appear" on ... vn i'i.ouiii iv' < Ii 5.: I 1.1 ut "'Hturku Fluildu, lisle Juoe2nd
You probably have your own way But despite the warning thou July 6th.. 1U43 In HIH ul..".. luinu-il C 1.:11: 1. '. 11113.OI.O.I..IAr..
I of stewing and roasting chIcken. but sands of canned non-acid Court n ml; rauMH, whornln iiliilnlirfKorku : I Velnln. i iMinlavy. Plulntlff v... I larry ( 8RAL A. J. Thnnmi." ,
women divorce., Iliiidford County ', Aa. Clerk of Kiild Conrl.T. .
I Name liunliivv. |luerla.t., < mst N" a<7i '
Instead: of using one whole chicken vegetables very successfully by the Tvlctrrnuli. Hhull piibllyh thle OnliT. C'HIiKIt' OK1 I'irni.lCATION( Frank Landrum "Hturke, Florida.Ally. .

I for either of these methods\ split it, Add.eaaNom. hot-pack met ,o ... 9 It you can't In "n.'", four. wvwkly' -IMHUVM.Vltrtetoi AM: NOT1CK;, TO AL'l'ljAUHTATH ;; Ion VU. tI-* tas! _______
I use' one half t i' ? wlilj," tne other borrow a pressure cooker don't bo) \ "'1" hand und ntl..lnl OK "'FhOUIIiV I : Harry _
*.Hl. at Htarke, k'Iuvl.la, this Muy.IlKt I liiitiliivy hose rtiKldHiice I In L'n-
[ lor roasting.Cut discouraged you can put up peas 11113.OKKlClAh. Itimwn.You. iv ..IU.r "nl'U'I'. mi u..u..n
and beans and corn and carrots ( SKAD' A. .T. Thnuc.At lire required. to appear on <'01", ;l'b. "''LOUI'OJ l".N:1& -
'
the In
fowl half. lengthwise
,
,
"
of paper and beets for winter use by the Clerk cif Miild Court July 121. h., I 104:1.: In the> above naiii- i lieard. Ifubhard
I and cook one half with several bath. T. Frank I, ndrum, mark Florldn, t.d, Court 'and CIIUKV wherein plaintiff T.nssl. Plaintiff VI. .
water .
boiling Z41J.OHDKIl .
N
I and Atty. for I'lf. 0-4 4t 02usoi'itio I ..<..>!ii a divorce..I Iliarlfoicl'! cu, n t yTelegraph lleard. Defendant. Cain '
carrots celery. parsley. onion safe side '
Pattern No_ _ Sin In order to be on the shall publish thla OrderIn (>IF PtTIILJCATIONAND
icasonings in enough water to cover never taste any canned vegetableswhen : Or AI'l't.HTIrnale "\ nitxt four weekly IHHUHMVltneHH NOTICR 'Fl 1) APPEAR Hubbard, .

until tender. Make dumplings if Send 13 cent In eoln for you open the can until you FOR 'a'. aI1Ia \ I my hand and official Heard STATH whone"10' FLORIDA residence le: Faloun I
have boiled them for ten minutes.By <'. 11111 '\... aUl:l) seal I Ht Hlurku, Floilda. this June _ _
| you like. to go with the stew. each pattern deilred) to- NOT1CK JS IIRUKBY: (JIva*;. Olh North Carolina. .

'For roast chicken. cook stewing taking this simple precautionyou That 1 I"" M. I'ackham holder of Tax ( 1'aMt1i4; SKAT.) A. J. Thomas, July You 5th.are. 1943.required In the to above appea named on
'
hen split in half lengthwise until ten. .. .. Patricia Dow Patterns can serve your home-canned (Certificate: numbered reepectlvely, of July, AN Clerk of said "Stark Court.K Florida, I' Court and' cause, wherein plaintiff: .
L:: vegetables with perfect assurance. 82 and VH lemied 4th day K 1'nrymnii, seeks divorce. Ilradfiird, Cou nty
der. Mound 4 to 8 cups of well- .." = lOt W. lT h .... New Teck. N. T. All vegetables for canning must A. I>. 19:11.: No. 174 'litMurd 2nd., Atty. for Pit. __ 6-11 4t 7-2 Telegraph ehall publish this Order _
.. day of Heptember A. I>. IU40, Number -
lessened dressing in bottom of shallow Here's the to' stew chicken be very fresh and In prime condi 120 Imtued the 4th day of JulyA. IV CIIICI'IT. (.ol..r. IIII s I>POHII'fM In next four weekly hand' litaunii.Wltneee and .official

pan well greased where dressIng way tion. The canning process isn't I). 1098 Number 254 limned the %TV. FI.OIIIII1I IV tli.. rteal at Htarke my, Florida this June \
and bring out all its delicious flavor If every man, woman and going to improve the condition of 2nd. day of September A. I).tP.115, ('11:11": 1st 1943.
is placed.Arrange dressing to Numbered 211 1. 3J4. 546, 377 ; > J. H. I'roctor Plaintiff v... Frertln'
until tender la seasoned OFFICIAL
Simmer gently and other BEAD A. J. Thomas
child la the United State UriB the vegetable. Spoilage No. 2417, (
day CIIH
keep outline of chicken. Press I Iflxued the 2nd., of September proctor IiKfendant. : Ae Clerk of sail ('olmr(.
water with onion carrot.. panley lde HOO the aggregate wIn changes take place most rapidly at A. 1>. 11140. han filed cam In mY. OltlVK: IIK PPHL.ICATIONAND : Florida
cooked half of chicken cut side down :1. 8. Harrison, Jackeonvllle,
So work fast ( Tf APPIOAH
haa made applicationfor NOTI
r temperature. otthand
and salt.Cottage the room for Pit. 6-4 4t 6-25
Atty.
,
td about 111.000,000,000 or
over dressing. Brush chicken with when you bring vegetables into the Tax Deed to be lenued thereon. STATE: OF FLORIDA toi Fredla
mount the Treasury mast aid certificate embraue the fol.
melted fat Bake uncovered in a kitchen for canning no matter what
Cheese Salad Mold. raise In It* Second War Los.. lowing described properties In the _
hot oven (400 degrees) until chicken (Serves 8 to,10) process you use. County of Bradford tttnte. of Florida -
II nicely browned about '4 hour.A When you can with the boiling water to-wit:
3 capa cottage cheese'I CHURCH DIRECTORY OF bath remember that you must NU of NRW' See.II21-Twp: 7 H, It.

few leftover pieces of chicken cup crushed pineapple drained SERVICES have at least an'inch of water over tl lees K.la, ..mbra"f j : under said., more Certificate or-

either from the roast or from stewIng 5 tablespoons mayonnaise FIRST BAPTIST the tops of the jars. plus two Inchesof No. 82.

can go into a salad. You'll like 1 teaspoon salt Rrr. A. K. Llichtfool. PeaCes space for boiling. The lid of lot 20 In Wood lawn $ec. 15 Twp. _
this am N. Wal at Street the canner should fit closely in order 5 ti, R 22 B.. containing 10 Acre,
combination with fruit mustard
: 54 teaspoon Church School 8:46: A. M. more or lea*. In embraced. under
steam.
Chicken and Fruit Salad Bowl. Dash of cayenne MornIng Worship 11:00: A. M. to conserve) mi Id Certificate No. 98.
H. T. U. 7:00: P. M. With the exception of fruits and Lot 2 of /folk 3 Town of IawteyW
(Serves 4 U 6)I ) 2 tablespoons lemon Juice Evening: Womhlp 8:00: P. M. tomatoes all foods should be pre- of Ity.. Sec. 23 Twp. 5 II, It 22
unflavored gelatin ,.;., 'la embraced under aald. certificate -
cnp diced chicken 1H tablespoons Wednesday W.>r.blp 8.00: P. U.MBTftOI cooked or blanched before puttingin *.. I H.tll .

!K teaspoon salt I cop pineapple Juice .aST >ltT the jars. Peas should be precooked <:l/. of NW'4 RX 14 A In RIO

IIi cups seedless Mix cheese pineapple and mayo* Rev. ft. V. Po.*.ll. Peeler three minutes before pack Cor Men. 24 Twp. 5 $. U 22 H.. containing -
grapesS Street Add one teaspoon salt 2* acres more or l lees 'In
naise. Mix salt. mustard. cayenni 130: N. Ckurrk ing in jars.
oranges peeled and sectioned Church ,Hchool, 10'00 A. M. to each quart jar. filling jar to embraced under said CertificateNo.

!M cnp blanched almond. and lemon Juice; Sunday P'Z'oOI"blfo:P.? M.Evening A.: M within one-half inch of top. Pack Lot. 120.16 Kant t.a wlay III embraced

French dressing add to cheese and Young Worship: 8:00: P. MWedneeday loosely and take care not to crush under cold Certificate No. 264.K'4 _
mix lightly. Sof- water to of MlO'of; 8RiKx' ((4 420Ft13.t.
WorshIp 8:00 P. M. Pour in boiling
Add product.
salt to chicken. Cover salad ii \. A.. LIce 21 Twp. 6 S. H.
in
bowl with shredded lettuce. Arrange ten: gelatin : ; : completely cover peas half seal 22 H.. containing 14 Acres, morn or _
pineappleuke *T. MtltK"" KPISCOPAt.Kv. and place in rack. Lower rack full lees tit embraced under said Certificate -
grapes over half of toP. orangesover and dissolve over Fred v....... llrftor1WMI of jars into boiling water bath and No. 211.
other half. Pass french dress- : !"4. fkurrk Slrrrt count the time when the NK'/4' of HBV, Seo. 4 Twp.: oJo H. It.
In hot water. Stir J- Church Sc-hool 10:00: A. M. begin to I 22 K., containing 40 acree, or
*. carefully into the Hunday Worship 11-00: A. M. water begins to bolL It will take less, ,la embraced under acid certificate
StiU another way of stretching Sunday Bvenlnn 7:30: P. M. three hours to process peas. No. 334.NKV. .
lour cheese mixture. Turn into mole Friday Evenlnit 7:30: P. M. When time is up lift rack from of NKVi Sen. 20 Twp. 7 8,
meat or chicken if there is I and chill until firm. Holy b.,. 10:00: A. M. container onto a thick pad of news. R 23 Ii.. containing 40 Acre. moreor
absolutely enough leHM In embraced under a Krac. '
to A cool. delectable dessert thaI FIROIT patr.'ItVTFRl '" papers. Complete seal and place tlon of' Certificate: No. 84.

go around is to \ does not'consume points and take Ice.. Chae. I'. "II.... .'..... jars out of a draft but in a cool NKU' of NIU]: 101..... S Twp. M R It 'C- f

serve it with po. R<::: this 34S !torCh CNfrrr a. place with an air space between, 22 1 K:, containlnsr 40 Acre* more or it _
J Is
:
It on the sugar 5!. .
A.
toto salad. You easy Church School 10:110:" undisturbed I. ."., I I. embraced under eald Certificate -
Let stand Until
Frosen Apricot Shortcake. Sunday Wornhlp 11:00: A. !M. each jar. No. 817. *
Wy like It hot or senor: Crusades. <'00 P. M cold and then store in a dry, Ft: of SW'/, SeiB Twp.
:
you may like it "1 (Serves 6)) Intermediate. Youth 8'00 P. !M. cool place. 8 H."Ii'f2r1oi;: containing 20 Acre;

cold 1 cup dried apricot EveningWorehlp 7:00 P. !55.Si' Always adjust rubbers before more or :l less 1 In embraced under
Here's one Certificate{ No. 379.
; l\\ 254 cups water PnWitDr.TUOLIC41: ( packing jars. aid
that' hot: I'llh The aBMenmnrnt of eald; property
V\\\\.. K cup sugar Rev. 'I........ J. "..p.y. P..'..' Corn Is blanched for two minutes under eald certificate No. 82 wan
teaspoon salt Trmplr Av.ao. and processed in hot water bath In the name of Wnt Klade; t h aaesesement
H Early Max 0:00 A. M.! of nald property under
1 teaspoon unflavored gelatin Divine. rvlrre, for 3 hours. said certificate. Nu Ug was In the

Lynn Says I tablespoon cold water "Sunday' Mane. 9:00: A. !M. Beets are boiled until the skins name of Stanley IlrundaKn; the
Week Day !Mane 8:00: A. M slip easily. Large ones are diced aiHCHiiment of said property on.lcrsaid
1 teaspoon vanilla and small left whole. One teaspoon certificate No. 174 was 'In the
.
The Score Card Ceiling prices I egg beaten KI..GIII.EV. l.\KK B1PTMTHev. vinegar or lemon juice no salt. is name of of .H....Id A.property ilrlffln the under aMNf ealdcertificate .nlnnt -

Have been announced on many 1 cup heavy cream whipped ... !M. Tlllman. PaetorServices added to each quart jar. Process No. 120 wee In the name

rationed foods and It's a good Sponge cake Every Munday for three hours. of ':known. The assessment of
Sunday 8rh"ol-10 A. M. Raid property under maid certificate 'Mother how does Daddy's train
Idea to consult the lists when Cook apricots until tender about* Morning Wor.hlp-U A. M. TICAIV SCIIKUULE: : No. 2A4 was In the name of filadyeOreea ,

fou go shopping. It will help you 25 minutes. Add H! of sugar and ; the unneiiemrnt of Raid. property "
!Southbuuml
> buying and budgeting. .y.utt.. _Hat nn to__ boiling remove frorr FVDt5teTt.tCt.Iw.rchIp GOPWL: No. 107-953 A. M. wae 'In under the eald name certificate of J. L. Marrell No. 211; help to win the war?

Most of beat to a mush. Softergelatin' I'tIlEIt of nald. propertytiuI.r
the aeneminient
times we're con- heat and each Lords Day the
Hervlce. 11:15 P. M.\,
No. 191- eald certificate No. 334 was
cerned with buying foods In In water and add to apricots A. of.
season 'U ,
remafning( Vt sugar Bible: School-3 P. !M.Kvan No. 1 --11:40: P.' M. In the name of (Oeorit Wllllamm like all the other trains
but it's more important to CooL Add cup '..Iletlo Servl"-8 P. 5!. Northbound the aeeexiiment. of nald propertyunder //W/ r/t'arj"st -everyday
buy in season now when you're and vanilla to beaten egg and beal Tu..day-Blbl. Study 1 P. M. InMlnaton aald certificate No. 344 wasin '
4:48 'A. M. the name of. Inea Ivey Pollard ; htyour daddy's train keeps on
2
No. :
-
Preparing to put up foods for the until thick. Fold in whipped cream. Hall.Wodn.sday'hlidrafls. Bible Leon .. and the annenxiuent of said. properly every

fall and winter. Arrange layer of sponge cake cu' and Choral Work-4 P. M.Thursday No., 192-8:21: A. )f. under MtUI, certificates No.of Unknown. 377. bringing to our soldiers and sailors, things to eat,
In the
of 32-1 :15 PV M. ( Petersburg.Va. and 379 were name t
In Group No. :
case bave inch thick ort bottom refrigerator -Victory Prayer "
you don't about V -
your win llne with.
own garAui. you might be of tray. Spread with apricot: -a-Evan..lI.tlc 1 F*. M. Meeting-_' and beyond Unlnae laid Certificate' shall be things tojightwith: things to war
aecordlnc to law the
redeemed
P. M. (Peterbury,
mixture 44-2:30
help In with whipped M. No. : .. In will
picking vegetables and and cover P. propertiCa de crll> d there
iruits to some farmer who does Freeze. Cut in squares and servi Va. and beyond) b. sold to the highest bidder -at
CHURCH: OP t'HRI'T P. M. the c-ourthouee door on the flret SEABOARD RAILWAY
6:05
not have enough help. If you cream side up. 0.. BlockV..t of I'mlnm Baa No. 108- : Monday 'In the Month of July 11I+H, _

are canning this is a splendid MfetlonItrrnm Wanne Branch to Belt Fla. which' le the 6th, day of July A. U.l Sl'z
having difficult i planning R. Cnmlrr Kvaacellet 7:00 A. M. U ,! WORKS
way Starke
of Art No. 101 leave :
you
getting fresh produce. fomuf Stretching you, Bible Sturty 10:00: A. M. >;ated thin 2nd., day of June A. (
Those of you city dwellers who meal with Mornln Worship 11-00: A. M. No. 102 arrive Starke 1:45: P. M. n. I9U. :: FOR.J LW ON BUYING WAR M
can meats? Lynn Chamber tan give you Evening Won hip 7-80: P. !of. (OFFICIAL HEAT) A. J. Thomas ,. : AND STAMPS
neither have ;your own VictOry help I U you ">"u her ene}."* ng Bible Study Wednesday 8:00 P. M.Iem I w r.R.r .(roi-HT BH 'I>FOHOoi Clerk ClrcuM Court t-4 UradrordCounty. '4' VICTORY.O"DS
garden or ttll-adJrtuMt envelope0' .. i (-IItS- Florida. 4t .25I
help pick prodUce ttamptJ, ; ( *TV. .OH. "$ '
CO""VN'Ty-ii ..i-a''. 11I'1'0'1
should get to> the market your reply ""* 0' her South"' l1'e.t.11N.p D,. ._..'aKlaelr "I Corb'ort('e:K V. W. DeCoudroa, Plaintiff. TIIK COt H7p"f: >r>- THK COI'VTV :!} 'mE "; : .. .

early to get a. fresh produce a. r UII lII. 210/ lake M Mile W at B n... Ann Maria PeCnudrea Uenfen- Jl.U....,. H K IlKORII tot \'rv
v.
......ible. plaint Street Chicago llltnou. Eva.n.ell.,."." Service' every Suo- dant. Ca e No 1411.ORDBIt KI.' HII> t. IV PHOHtTH.la I
Releaeed by Weetero New.pai Oalon. day nl.bt 7:30.: OP PUBLICATION: ret K-teee of ,
I. A. Brooks. Bpontor

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W119 FRID.11'
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"ELF.UR.-\PfI.. ST.-\RKE FLORIIIA J1'SE zs.
1 nR.\DFOItL COUNTY I ==--::
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EIGDT I. Carletons Buy Opens New
Lot Is DeededTo Care
Mrs. Jane Knight
PAY AS YOU GO Starke Has Had 20 Different MayorsIn Brooker ChurchA Kemper HomeMr. Mr. and Mrs, j
M
TAX PI.ANUEADYTO 58 Years Of Its Recorded History Buried Saturday and Mrs. Hy Carlton, proprietors I mer restaurateur I n I.tt. ,

START ana brother ui__ ..T. *roI .. Mrs Jane M. Knight, 96, diedat deed made February 5 and of the Columbia Military Ky., recently took 'over, T-
The City of Starke is 73 years I giapner recorded In the oftiie! of the Clerk purchased the agement of the lite
i 'r' (Continued from page one) I old--as. an Incorporated town: although Hoover. Mr. Hoover held the of- her home In Lake Butter Fri- of the Circuit Court on June 18 Distributors concrete store block, residence of Blandlng Center Blanding c:

it had been in existence I fice from 1909 through 1913. In day afternoon following a long holds wide Interest Kay McCal- new L. W. Kemper a t 313 North lard E. Campbell sua'edirlt'
turpentineman
for several years as a "settle I Iment" 1914 E E Canova, Illness. Though In failing health lister and his wife, Margaret O. Street Wednesday, June location for iii-
exempt of Mrs. Emma Church
prior to the time of its In- Canova and, of husband Starke,4\ mayor for the past, few months her McCalllster, deeded to M. O. Har- 16, the consideration being be- Mickey's Cafeteria" OCcup1t4;

dependent. On whatever sum Is corporation 1870.records at the until October, when the City death came as a great shock to rell, L. L. Parker, I, S. Fowler tween $2,500 and $3,000. Mr. and Mrs Lee have
Delving Into old Plnholster as deaconsof IiIt
subtracting these exemptions her family and friends. and T. B, 1\{ '. and Mrs. Carlton and Mrs. Starke for
!
left after City Hall this week, the Telegraph changed Its election to Septemberand Church of Brooker nearly (two
: m u a I t the daughterof the Baptist Carleton's parents, Mr, and Mrs. here yelrto;
B'' .* the employer found that Starke has had its Installation to October.C. Mrs. Knight was block 11 in that town Ing from Ft, piercq
withhold 20 per cent for the 20 different'! mayors during the F. Hoover again 'came into Capt. and 'Mrs. Elijah Butch lot 4 of however the Alvin Weinstein owners of the Lee spent sometime in
,
Bureau of internal Revenue. since 1885 Data on the prominence by serving six more of Mlddieburg; where she was "Conditioned, Main Military Distributors store, duce business and later Iht
r ; :58 years the said deacons
"that
from the October born and reared. In early girlhood ded says, have been occupying the home bus driver bolus
Other groups excluded first 14 years of gtarke's city years as mayor-f rom will forever I I i for the Orange
o withholding: provisions are self- government could nqt be found.In 1914 to October 1920-making a she was married to Daniel and their successors of the of the since last July. I IVe I He Is a veteran of World

the early days, city elections I total of 13 years as mayor of B. Knight, who was prominent in take care graves "\ are going to clean the and a member of the :
employed men and women, members held.late !in December, Starke. After Mr. Hoover came political and civic circles of his members of the Grantor's family. grounds, plant shrubs and the American Lgion,local POll
_ were/ Harrell nor any flOW-I I
i of the armed forces, doctors,, with officials taking office earlyin the 2-year administration of L. A. State and County during his life- Since neither/Mr. of ers and make it look

r lawyers, ministers, and other Inde January. Beginning with the !i Davis of the firm of QuIgley and time. He represented his Countyin other member of the Board Mott Mrs. Weinstein said Monday. "We I and have a nice home.-U' ?

pendent professional workers year 1914, however, the electionwas !Davis, from October 1920 to Oc- the State Legislature for a Deacons was available, Sam on the are going to build a screened-In so plan to have a dog keno

High salaried corporation officers, held. In September with tober 1922. From October 1922to number of years. He also held an of Brooker Without was questioned having talkedto front porch, buy modern furniture ,I the back.

) those elected assuming office in October 1926 Comer L. Peek enviable record as a Civil War matter. I ......
._
similar Board he "
workers, and member of the """- -- --"
--- --
,
? government served as First any
his veteran
Yr r October. ,was again mayor, bringing having
4 1 employee, however, are subject to During the years 1885: and 1886 ,total tenure to seven years. Lieutenant during the four year gave his ideas on the M.subject Ward, farmer EVERY BRANCH OF

'! the 20 per cent withholding tax Louts Witkovskl Starke merchantand De Witt C. Jones, prominentfor period of the War between the Many years ago
and Justice of the Peace,
The "forgiveness" part of the father of Mrs. E. S. Matthewsand many years as the owner of States. tract of land, laida
bill is confusing In detail, but the B. R. Witkovskl. held the of- the Starke Coca-Cola Bottling Co., Mrs. Knight Is survived by two owning a large with
for town,
JndUranCeH.
of It out a
t y' principle Is fairly simple. The fice. Following him In 1887, T and as a Funeral Director, servedin daughters, Mrs. L. R. Mott, Lake part understanding that It was to
the
wording of the bill Bays that the A Knight, another merchant and the office of mayor from October Butler, and Mrs. Nlta Cason Jas- The Post- .

tax for either "1942 or 1943, father of Tax Collector C. A 1926 to October 1928, being per; three eons, D. E. Knight, be called Ward City Brooker after

t whichever Is lower," Is\ the year Knight, was mayor for one year, succeeded by Harold C. Wall, who Starke; S. S. Knight Miami; andJ. office was named but the railroad

that will be forgiven In large part. after which Mr. Wltkovski was also served two yeais-October D., Knight, Lake Butler; and a the Postmaster, until

As before stated, In moat cases, again elected for the years 1888 1928 to October 1930. Mr. Wall number of grandchildren, also a station was called Ward death City about 35: WALLA
Ward's
75: per cent Is wiped off. and 1889. was for some time Supervisor of host of friends to rrourn her loss. after Mr. After his death, of C.

Just how much will be cancelled Dr J. C. Wills, a pioneer drug- Registration of Bradford County, Funeral services were held in years ago. ,divided

3 depends. on the size of your gist and medical doctor, was may- I and la with the Harold C. Wall the Lake Butler':Methodist( Church course, his his heirs.Mr. estate. was F

+ ; ( tax. If it was $50: or less In 01' in 1890, and following him was Insurance Agency. At presenthe Saturday afternoon, of which she among Ward and grandson Agency $
and Mrs. a
1942. all of It Is forgiven. If it Comer L. Peek, father of Mrs. E'I Is a Major in the U. S. Army, was a faithful and devout mem- Ward buried
of Jake are
,
r t, was between $50: and '66,67. then K. Perryman, Mrs. F. H. and Chief of the Induction Division ber, the Rev. S. P. Driskell offici- son Church.All .
$30 of It is cancelled. If It was and J. L. Peek. Mr. Peek, a I of the S e I e ctlve Service ating. Pallbearers were her grand- there near the Baptist the heir Constant Service Over 50 Years

?J" more than $66,67 then 75: per cent teacher, attorney and real estate I Board for the State of Florida, eons J. L. and Tom :Matthews, of through the years the
taxes on
of the tax is forgiven. Criticism man, was mayor for three years- stationed at St. Augustine. Alachua; Joseph Ferguson of has been paying the

has arisen concerning certain alleged 1891; 1892 and 1893-and was From October 1936, Dr. W. E. Lake City; Hollis Knight of property. This deed conveys Please Phone 146

+ ',y inequalities under this scale. succeeded In 1894 by T. W. Middleton, local practicing physi- Starke; Paul Knight, of Camp lot to the Church, which makesIt

of Sweat. Mr. Sweat, another mer- cian and at present Superintendent Croft, S. C., and Burnett Knightof automatically untaxable prop- ... ,- -. -
25: cent
The remaining per know
did not
4 chant, held the office for only a of Public Instruction for the Navy Air Corps, who has erty. Mr. Mott
tax must be paid. According
your the lot would be
whether or not
Bradford County, was He in
mayor. returned from
recently a year
one-lialf of the 25:
the law
to ,
year.Following Mr. Sweat, A. L. was succeeded by T. Frank Lan- the service at Guadalcanal and converted Into a cemetery.Registration ,
shall be
cent owed paid by
per the remaining Vonkern, owner of a'shoe store In drum, local attorney who at present is now stationed in Jacksonville.
March 15: 1944, and
for the four is both City and County At- In Books
Starke, was mayor Interment was the family
half by March 15: 1945.: Con- .
1ri years, 1895-1898: and M. R. Lid- torney. Mr. Landrum held the plot in Dekle cemetery, under the
belief of
to the many people,
the trary first quarterly Installment on don merchant and livery stable office until Oct 1938, when Dr. direction of the] Key-McCabe Fun- I Books for the registration of

)+ the 1942 tax, paid last March 15: owner, held the office in 1899 und Mlddleton again became mayorfor eral Home of''Jacksonvllle.BuiJders'Warned new voters In the City of Starke 9tTLHNGI
1900. In 1901 J. E. F\Jtch, at- two years.Succeeding will be open at the City Hall
this
will be credited on year's,
i.e torney at law, was mayor, whileIn Dr. Middleton In October dally from July 15 through August -
1943, taxes In order to put every- !;
'. 1902 A. L. Vonkern held the 1940 was N. D. Wainwright, 14. It is not necessary for
one on a current or "pay-as-you-
footing. The remnant of the office for another year. Jr., Insurance man, and memberof Of Possible those who have already registeredto
4 go In 1903 A, V. Long, who Is now the local Selective Service re-register In order to vote In 'I
1942 tax, the 25: percent Is car WPB ViolationThe
U. S. District Judge living at Board. Mr. Wainwright, an ex- the city election this fall.
; ried forward, still unpaid.In .
Gainesville, was mayor. He l la a service man and an officer,In the rub- oI
Clerk has
few where City a new i'i't e )
the 1942 a Income special was cases very, high, brother-in-law of Mrs. F. H. Long, local Post of the American Legion, ber stamp which he uses to stampan i i'kJ1ud'lftu481Uf J
Inducted into the I
of Starke. Succeeding Judge was again ser-
(called "windfall Income" resulting Important notice and warningon 'kIdk I
Mal- vice In 1942 and
from war contracts generally) Long for one year was W. T. July resigned each building permit Issued by ,
phers! Baptist minister, who was his pout as mayor just before the
the taxpayer will not be able to County Judge of Bradford County expiration of his second term of the"City."Warning It!says This: construction WAR BONDS DRINK OF FRIENDSHIP
current basis until 1946,
get on a
''g, for several years. ThIs was In office
in violation of War Pro- .
,, 1949. It Is also pointed maybe
or possibly
1905: The L. A. Ca-
1904, and during the years present mayor,
+ duction Board General Order No.
fiscal Wigwag
out that
ry by experts and 1900 Judge Long was again nova, druggist, filled out the un-
L-41. You are cautioned to con-
4, i there will be no year In wjjlch} ,mayor.In expired term, and, resigning his I The Southeast has
sultvlth your -.J.9calVar Production the the Coast
Navy
taxes. Frequently ,
1, taxpayers escape paying 1907 and 1908 A Z. Adklns, position as ChaIrman of the City until it's about
Board Office before
com- Guard and the grown
Other requirements under the I Signal Corps finds it '
new bill are: You must pay your at present Senior Judge of the 8th Council was elected Mayor Sep- mencing the work authorized in expedient to relay messages without i i 'It\ to bust its buttons.Thousands .
Judicial Circuit, was mayor, followed tember 8, 1942 to hold office un- "
June 13: Installment. This pay I C. F. til October 1943. this permit. benefit of telephone, telegraph or /! of new-
ment and the one you made last I _by Hoover photo- This simply means, of course, radio. That Is when the semaphore comers-war workers

March will be added together and that while the prospective builder sY&m is employed. VI
applied to your 1943 tax bill. (Or I! Inman Reviews American citizen residing In Flor- has the permission of the City of soldiers, sailors and

as explained before, to your 1942, I ida the opportunity of securing Starke to erect the proposed their families-all

F' Income, If it was higher) Legislative Session a birth certifcate by applyng to building, that It in no wine gives want JAX.

Also It must be remembered, I I the County Judge. any Governmental permit to use

the 20 per cent weekly held out Representative George Inman, "We passed several bills In the strategic materials beyond the

r .' of your pay may not entirely employed in Jacksonville, was in, Interest' of the men In the armed regular authorized amounts /

i j'i'' ,I take care of your tax liability. Starke Wednesday and discussed service," Mr. Inm n said, "pro- So do the thousandsof WANT

y You may have other Income, or with the Telegraph some of the I tecting their property rights and Woodlawn RevivalRevival I long-time residents VJ'E
d
interests while they are serving who have preferred this d'a aX
there may be some other reason happenings of the recent session ,
why you would have to pay more their Country In the armed services will begin at fine beer for many years.
of the Florida Legislature "
'than the 20 per cent deducted. I forces. the Woodlawn Baptist Church, y And there also ')
"One of the main things accomplished Another timely bill was passed tin are
Higher' Taxen; Than Ever: 3 1-2 miles west of Lawtey on
It is also pointed out, that you ," Mr. Inman aald, regulating labor unions and their the Hellbronn Springs road, Sun- government prioritiesfor

will probably pay higher taxes : was to guarantee the $33,000 an- activities, and racketeering in day, July 11. The singing convene JAX that can't be o) c

during the next two years, at nual income derived from racingby these unions, by requiring each tions of Bradford and Duval refused. G

least than you ever before did, appropriating any such deficit union to' register with the Secre- Counties, combined, have been invited Like a tingle !flag In the "WI,. t All of this adds up to

despite the relief of the cancellation from the general revenue fund. tary of State and to be duly to meet at the church at 10 wag" system the purchase of s the fact that 0

of 75: per cent or more of If this had not been done," he licensed and bonded wherever A. M An old-fashioned basket War Savings Stamp or Bond in It. : sometimes I

your bill, for one year: ThIs Is continued, "the County schools representative of these unions Intend dinner will be spread on the sell hat infinitesimal\ effect upon your dealer may not be

because of the higher rate of tax- would have suffered, and the to carry on activities. grounds at noon, and the public la the entire war effort, but when 130 able to supply you when

atlon->-hlgher than ever before In regular functions of the County Several health bills were passed! cordially invited .to come out and million determined people set their I you ask for JAX. v

t our history. government would have been seri one of which governs venereal enjoy the Ii t services. The Rev. minds to make our War Bond drives .

You must continue to file a report ously hindered until taxes could diseases, making treatment com- Cecil Williams;of Jacksonville will successful the result U anything but I --r _

on Income, at least once a have been raised o n property pulsory. Such a law was alreadyIn conduct the meetings. Infinitesimal r/5 Tram",O.Oa.l.t.ar ,
year, as before, even though you holders." force relative to food handlers, Say When this happens, please

may not owe anything, after con- "I also Introduced and passed a but this new law makes treat J be patient. We are trying lab

alderatlng the withholding tax you bill guaranteeing a $2,000,000 Increase ment compulsory for all afflicted CLASSIFIED ADS I a Q'r stretch the supply of JAX so

have been paying. If your Income In old-age pensions, pass with the disease.Mr. everyone can' have a fair

is less than $2,700 net if single ing the bill through both the Inman Introduced and passed share. If dealer out of

and $3,500 If! married, the withholding House and the Senate. The bill the amendment to eliminatethe STRAYED-$10 reward ''will be your
tax will probably take the from the R. E. A. and locally-owned WANTED __ JAX today, he will probably
appropriated
money paid for return of police dog '
Listings on apartments, houses
care of all you owe, general revenue fund, and received utility plants from coming under puppy which strayed from his homes for rent located within 20 01 ( have it tomorrow.So .
'Pay As You Go' the and O. K. the provisions of the Railroad asking for
signature
owner last T h u r sday night. tnllen of Starke keep on
The purpose of the new tax law of the Governor. The money, Commission. Name "Prince" engraved on 119 East Call Street JAX, the Drink of Friend
has been stated by Its proponentsas matched with Federal funds, will The Laundry Board was abolished collar. N o questions asked.
and a bill the 10 W. T. CLUTE, Realtor r ship. And, remember
a method of putting everyone ultimately Increase the pension .by setting up Thomas Merrill, H o 11 ywood no

t on a current, or "pay-as-you-go" $5: or more per month per In- mill limitation, limiting the coun- Camera &: Gift Shop, Phone LOST-LIght red Jersey cow 6 can't buy better beer
baaU. Thus, as originally intended dividual. ties so that they could not exceeda 184-W. Itp 7 old dehorned or _,_, matter what you pay.
yra. ; and heifer
the new tax law would abolish "Regarding school teachers' sal- 10 mill levy for school pur- l,.
calf about 4 mo. old. Have
all Indebtedness to the government aries" Inman continued, "the poses, was killed. The expensesof FOR SALE-24-bass piano accor
e'' 1943 been gone :5 I or 6 weeks. $10 :
in most cases. As modified House voted and passed an I the Legislature were cut dion with complete set music
reward. Notify A, D.
Crosby,
this has not been entirely accomplished 40 per cent, Mr. Inman said r
lessons. Price lessons
amendment to the General Appro- complete Rt., 2, Box 216, Starke. 6111| 3tp
but It has been substantially priation Act raising school teacher and all$50. Apply Meth- TO OUR DEALERS:

achieved. ,,' salaries, and to show good odist parsonage, 120 N. Church.It LOST One light red helter r We keep your interests always in
Another Intention U to the
ease faith In the amendment we passed I
from New River. Marked crop mind. We are trying to supply your
strain of large payments now nec What 'oj & Wtttt
a beer tax of one cent bottle, -
per IUf underblt daily need
in
ataplefork underblt, spite of the problem'that
essary. It has been contended FOR SALE-Porto Rico potato
which would have guaranteed $2- ,
;, that many tax payers are not able 500,000 with which to increase WAR BONDS vines, $2 thousand. I will cut branded U. WIU pay to locate )I' confront us. We know that you

to save up enough during a yearto the salaries. The beer tax bill them. John Dlggs first housA Fla.her.-C. C. ,Wynn, Hampton, understand that the requirements of

pay their taxes in lump sums was killed\ In the Senate, and on right beyond curb market 6-114tp military establishments must be up-

1 ? during the next year, even with therefore the Governor vetoed Pig Boat north of Starke, Road 18. Itp LOST OR STOLEN-Three 7- "to I'iy plied-and that priority orders must be

et,, tk' the four installment system. By the bill, since there was no money months old pigs, Poland China / But we assure you that never for

E taking the tax out every week with which to pay the Increase." At sea on a submarine Isn't exactly WANTED One used piano In Red Durham mixed; reward for p a minute do we forget that you are our.

a a the wage earner adjusts his liv- Another Interesting and value the "life of Rlley." In the Battle good condition. Needed badly Information. Jo-Jo Rabeck, 124 :/:110'-1'long-established friends who deserve

ing cost to the lower Income, and able piece of legislation accomplished of the Atlantic, or on the great for soldier orchestra. Please South Walnut Street, Starke 1 r our constant consideration.

thereby pays his tax off gradually, by the 1943 Legislaturewas stretches of the Pacific these tailors write or contact Capt. W. B. Fla. up C.-O,,1'

with less difficulty. At present, the passage of a bill to allow know the hazards of their work. Hunter, Hq. Btry., 872 F.. A. MIMICSBUY

many people have had to borrow, the kherlffs to sell the bonded & Bn., Camp Blandlng, Fla. SEE T. H. HUNTER, corner ...

often at high Interest\ rates, to whiskey which has been confiscated Temple and Platt for Plumb-

meet their payments, say the pro from time to time in the LOST-2 yearling calves, one ing and Repairing. Phone 78644tp,
,, black, one .Jersey, with circled WAR BONDS
of the "payasyougo"act.
ponents
several counties. A total of approximately i
"F" on the right side. Disappeared
PN -
$5.000: has thus been
"
tx Because of the Immense cost of cleared for use in the general I f- 2 weeks ago. Rewardof WANTED-Old phonograph rec-

t' the war, every dollar of revenue fund of Bradford County, accord $5. Box 431-F. It ores, 3c per lb. None with

that can must be collected, ac- ing to Mr. Inman. This whiskeywill paper. Phone 179, Pal Music

cording to treasury officials. To be sold to legally licensed aOne Co r Starke, Fla. tf : :

; help avoid inflationary dangers, !, wholesalers. )JV A ,N TED HOG FOUND-Owner may have
as much as possible must
money Another bill was passed, which
r by describing
w be raised by taxation, they state many hund reds of men and TO BUY: and for this, paying advertisement his: feed + ;

{ nope To Raise 16 Billion women can testify Is an Important '
-, The treasury officials hope to one. This law gives every of the spot aboard these "Pig POTATO VINESIn Cook's Store. 6-4 4tp 6-25: 'M%:

rails about 16 'billion dollars of BoaU" that ,all crew members enJoy -
j IF YOU WOULD BUY OR SELL
? additional revenue In 1943, largely will not be raised much, If anymore it the galley, or kitchen. Space milk
cows, stock beef .
cows cattle
Any QuantitySEE
from income taxes. Opinion In limitations prevent an elaborate let 3igx !
stock bulls
t
or hogs
congress Is that this sum la too Income taxes will yield around up but cooks aboard thcte vessels touch with J. D. get in %f. 4 a 1 $
Odom
Jr
S high and that ten billions Is prob- 25 billion dollars in 1943, treasury are 'justly proud of the meals they Box 247 Starke Box 204 ,
; Lake
for their
officials anticipate, or more than prepare crewi. lour increased -
ably the largest sum possible,
purchase of War Bonds WESLEY CREWS City; Telephone 481 Lake City.
i twice the 11 billions collected In helpsmake'
unless tax rate are much Increased. Auction market F6 Sal rh',' ,
For informed 1942. Other taxes will yield about submarine life at pleasant atpottible. Fla. every Tuesday, H6.1Wkvfv.7A'
various reasons, Lawtey Lake City, 2:30: ; every Thursday +O7hRv.vv J: R' ht aC4.wn"..'rn'eJAX
opinion believes that the rates seven billions, or at about the U.S.T'l'' D.pa.ha.t ,I 1
s Palatka. 2 P M. 1-0-44 BREWING Flori"PAG
r same level as last year. COMPANY, Jacksonville,

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