Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: July 2, 1943
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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 )
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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:02809
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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Official County Publication Established In 1877


d Started Patrons UrgedTo Sailor Held Points On ,Points Center ObtainedFor Stores To Close Tax DelinquentsAre

Attend MeetK. Stamp "P";; IS point value effective All Day Monday
June 27 through July 31; '

Upkeep O. Duncan, S. A. Weldon For Trial Here Stamp "Q", 16 point value, effective ;' BenefitOf Mo"t-If not nil-Starke merchants Warned '

and One Wiggles, trustee* of July 4 through July 31; I' Mill let their places of

the Starke school district have Stamp "R;', 16 points, July 11 hti..ln...M remain closed Monday

called a mass, meeting to beheld On through July 31: I VillagersAt July 5, In slew of the fact that Of New StatuteAll
, Cemetery In the. courthouse tonight Rape ChargeAn Stamp "S", 18 points, July 13 the 4th falls on Sunday thineur.

(Friday) ut 9 o'clock. through July 31. I > ._ lien Holtxemlorf fn tii-

officer Ben C. Holtzen- All patron of the school 18-year-old youth, dressed Blue stamps "N", "P" and "Q"are a meeting last Monday night her of the local police! force, lands delinquent for 1940
valid from 1
to be July
(ice of Starke who are Interested in deciding! In a sailor uniform, who gave his usual. the people of Klngsley Lake Vii report that opinion U pnwtlrally taxes and covered by 1941 tax
and a group whether the school "should, through August T.The overlapping ununlinoiM In favor of remaining
open name> as George Stuart Howard, lage organized for the welfare of certificates will be prepared ImmedIately
soliciting donations to August 2 or September 6 are period Is provided (July 1 the rloNrd Monday. '
n, are his present address as Miami and "K" community. for absolute sale of the
malnten.1und asked to attend the -July 7)) during which time There will be flnworkt P''
meetingand no
permanent his home court proceed
a state Massachusetts property through
as Through Camp officials, the
"L", "M" "N". "P" and "Q"
maybe ;
the Crosby Lake make their. de"lws> known. and no celebration herejeur. thin
for was arrested here on a chargeof used building at the junction of the Ings The sale, provided for under
Those who are vitally by the consumer. In slew of th, gasoilna the 1943 laws will be final and
ery raping a 13-year-old St Augun- Coffee No. 21 will be old Starke road and the new road
In keeping that sacred tine about to known shortage! It' U expwled! that will give the purchaser an ab
sted girl midnight last Friday valid from July\ through July Blanding, as the old
tree from weeds and high, 66th Shows night. He Is being held In 21 for of; Wall estate has been made avail moot. Starkrlten will obverse solute title from the circuit court
one pound
are requested to be ready the Alachua County Jail and will coffee.1nlClusive Coffee stamp No. 22 will able for use as a community building the holiday by taking In the Itself the same as If from a mortgage

a donation when approached be tried in the full term of Circuit be valid from July 22 through and is to be used! for religious motiflimning/ In nearbyKlngnley forclosure. There will be
of the solicitors. Court In services Lake! or by napping no period of redemption after this
e Bradford County Although Inclusive for on Sundays.
How It's Done August 11, one In the hummock.
oil have a family plot there, it Is not known what action pound of !Qoffee.Seriously: The first Sunday Service will liuckyurd sale.Clerk

tfoltzendorf has requested if any, Naval authoritieshave be held at 9:45: : A M. Sunday of the Circuit Court A. J. ,i,

|you do not wait to be called Thanks to genial General H. F. taken in the matter It U July 4th. At which time a Sun Thomas, who attended a state-

but leave your donations Kramer, commander of the 66th understood that In such cases the Hurt day School will be organized. Scout Growth wide meeting of clerks In Jacksonville .

Clerk Carl Johns at the City; Division and his efficient hardworking culprit Is discharged from the Equipment for the building will last week, said< that the

mho will act as treasurer of staff business! Navy and left In the hands of be added( as the program proceeds officials had no choice but to
jnd, set up files and keep and civic leaders from the principal the peoples' court. In Auto CrashR. One of the great needs: Good In DistrictRemarkable comply with the statutory man-

ooks It Is the Intention of towns surrounding Bland ing From first reports It appeared: just now l Is a piano. It someone date. 1 /

| in charge to keep a man on: now have a graphic picture of the that one of the most heinous has a piano that Is for sale reasonably Legal questions will be probed

ob at the cemetery -all .theto training program that takes :a crimes in the history of the .. A. Weeks Is 'in the Alachua cheap or that they wouldbe growth of Scouting while the lists are being made up {

[ keep It clean. raw recruit and rapidly welds him county had been committed, as County Hospital.: ,Gainesville, as a willing to loan for the "dura In the New River District was: for submission to the county commissioners
the involved tion" will please notify O. C. for court action. The-
girl you
Into the world's best fightingman. was brutally result of serious Injuries sustain revealed at the regular monthly
beaten and then attacked. How Powell pastor of the Starke Meth lists must be delivered to the commissioners
eral WednesdayT. ed to his neck and collar bone, as of the held
meeting organization
ever, when the full story was odist Church who Is working with within 90 days from J
Arriving at Blanding at 5 o' well as a broken rib when the
J. Mcintyre learned a somewhat different light the people of the community In In the Methodist Recreation building the date the 1941 certificates become
clock Monday afternoon the visit Ford which he was driving collided
was thrown on the act although the Interest of this project. Wednesday afternoon at 1:13: ; two years old which
leodore( John McIntyre, 55, :ant ors from Starke, Jacksonville, with another Ford driven
the charge of still stands. means the Job must be done immediately -
rape at o'ch>ck.
Earl Smith of "Lake Butler
of Starke since 1932 Gainesville and St. Augustine first by
at his home here Sunday; saw men Inducted only eight Authorities here state that the the Intersection of Bay and West Chief Observer Chairman L. R. Bristol presiding and expeditiously.

\ ng after an extended: illness: weeks ago, pass" the reviewing girl told first one story and then Madison Sts..'about. 3 o'clock last Asks CooperationOf announced that the number While the lists are being compiled
another, but the general trend by the clerks and while the
Jd never been well since he: stand In a parade that was r a : Friday afternoon. of active Scouts In the district

,erlously Injured In an auto- model of military precision. Following of her testimony, together with Mrs. Dorothy .' Smith, wife 01Mr. Rotary ClubAn has Increased from a total foreclosures are pending any person
that given by another sailor involved of 38 In to 07 at the may purchase the certificates
: accident a year ago. this inspiring sight the Smith is also In a Lake City January
e revealed that she urgent appeal for membersof but all city taxes must be paid up
visitors were guests of General hospital, suffering from an Injured present time. Credit for this excellent
a was born in Green Covegs the Rotary Club to assume' and there are other penalties If !
Kramer and other officers at away from home and came to head and a broken shoulder. Increase was given. largely
but lived In Jacksonville responsibility for the night shifts action Is taken the taxpayer .
dinner In the "Panther, Den" visit a boy friend stationed at Police Officer Ben C. Holtzendoif, to the efforts of Chaplain L. A. not by
::o years prior to coming to the 66th Division Officers Club on Camp Blandlng. She engaged a who investigated the case, stated at the local observation post was Shepherd, chairman of the expansion prior to, the expiration of

,:t. Moot of his time in Jack the shores of Klngsley Lake. In room with a local family and late yesterday.Mr. voiced Wednesday at the regular program. Chairman Bristol the two-year period, which in

:ile was spent as an automo- the evening commissioned and Friday night walked to the bus: luncheon meeting of the club by also commended the colored Scout some counties ii July 7 and In
salesman and collector Weeks' daughter, Mrs Mrs. Grace Wainwright chief others Is August 4.
I Issloned officers In station with her tilend when he Troop which, under the leader,
non-comm Junlus Smith who visited him in
Igh:; he operated a storage gar. charge of the division's classification : returned to Blanding the hospital Wednesday! morning, observer. George H. Little, now has a totalof When the property is sold under

awhile. For eight years center presented a clever; On the way back to her room reported that he was! doing well,, Having Just returned from especial 29 members. This troop has the new law It will carry a mere
r to his automobile wreck a course In aircraft recognition shown remarkable since chantable title without flaws of
demonstration showing the process testimony revealed, two men in hopeful ogress
the are
\ ago, Mr McIntyre had been followed In getting the right: sailor uniforms began following and tor his early recovery, although held at the Seminole HotelIn Us organization In January any kind and the owner who pro-

i the Torode Chevrplet Co. In man In the right job. Jier. It was said that she, promised the X-ray pictures which were : Jacksonville last week, Mrs.. C. H. Nasworthy chairman of crastinates will really lose out.
he married Mrs. Frances
favors to both men and the Wainwright told Rotarians that the Training Committee Title Insurance companies have
civilian visitors spent the taken had not yet been" heard Leadership
: Boyles. He was a member The "hutments" three proceeded along \V. Call St she was more than ever Impress. announced plans for conductIng I approved the procedure the legislature .
p 8 Catholic Church. night In regulation Army were to a spot beyond the Legion hall. torn.According ed with the necessity of placingthe a fundamentals course at Law was told, and from now on

Is survived by his! widow,; and all day Tuesday After gratifying the first sailor to MI' Hultzendorf, Sturke post on a 24-ht>ur.a. tey some time In the near future when the county "takes over"

I* daughtersbar CaMe treated to field demonstrations' : who left the scene and proceeded ,Mr._'Yeek1f. was,"i, lng South,, 011 day, basis. Due totha..,difficulty probably'Sunday night July'11,. title and sells the land or anyone ,

| Gerald( J:/hlW.t.YA.. and Uged: bY' engineer; attmtery? out on Road 23, trying to make Bay Street, and hnrl, Smith and In obtaining volunteer observers, at the Lawtey Methodist Church else buys It after the court decree ,
Lester J. Golden all of motor, medical and other his way to Lake City, the girl Ills brother Albert Smith, and the the post here has been operating W. T. Clute reported on the the purchaser can secure

Havllle: : a sister Mrs, T. W.Ipa.nck the division. apparently changed her mind und wife of one of themMrs.. Dor only until midnight ,' North Florida Conference-meeting title Insurance Insuring a sound<

of Jacksonville; and Invited to the event from refused to deal with Howard. othyfmlth-wt'l'e travelling east ,' "We all know that if an enemy held In Palatka last Friday and ; title for the first time In the history -

[ atep-sons- -Joe Boyles and Al- Starke were Mayor L. A. Canova The sailor, who told fellow on Madison! when the accident attack ever comes it will very which wire attended by Mr, of Florida' (tax Hales. Thin.

Boyles, of Starke. and E. L. Matthews, publisher of prisoners here that he had a occurred. Mr. Smith admitted likely come In the night" the tot, Mr. Clute and Ed Prince UI'IS-j makes It necessary for delinquent f

Funeral) services were held the Bradford County Telegraph. criminal record:: had "killed plentyof that Mr. Weeks stopped before"lIe chief observer stated "I have the New River District property owners to get busy Immediately _
entering Madison Street. with their ,
been able to on the day- and check
'a-day at 2 P. M. from the people" and wouldn't mind killing the street carry Tentative plans were announced.
was practically across schedule local officials.
light and early evening :
[,''enceon West Madison Street, a few more assaulted the when he hit," Mr. Holteendorf for holding the next district meeting .
Motion Filed was with the aid of B. H. S. students -
i the Rev Father Fogarty of gill, beating her brutally about said, "and the other car was and women volunteers, but at Macclenny on Tuesday
I Edward: Church officiating the face so that she later had to at a reckless rate of July 27. A Court of Honor will War Realism
I feel that we must now ask
Bearers were Ed Torode, Earl undergo medical treatment, and No arrests have been be conducted at this time. Brought To Screen
speed( more cooperation from the men
|lman. Carl Knight R. H. GrlA. For New TrialOn then attacked her. Nearby residents 1
made," he continued, "but the folks In filling the shifts from The meeting here Wednesday
O. Andreu and C. F, heard her screams and ran Investigation Is continuing." midnight to dawn." wan attended by W. W. Norris, In[ "Next Of Kin"With

11. Interment was In Crosby for the When Officer
police. field executive from the Jacksonville
Mrs. Wainwright asked that a
e cemetery under the dlrec- June 26-the deadline date Fred Sapp and several civilians office. battle scenes reportedly
of the Key-McCabe Funeral according to the decision of Circuit arrived at the scene, the girl was Farmers Now Have committee be appointed from the more realistic than any ever before

M of Jacksonville.ft Judge John A. H. Murphree In a semi-conscious: condition and Higher PriorityAs club to assume responsibility In filmed "Next of Kin"" the
seeing that the night shifts are which for months the
his war picture
-Ernest Daugherty, through the sailor had one hand over her WAACSToAppearOn ,
& Knight and her of, the WPB filled. As this was the last meet- English public was forbidden to
attorneys Knight mouth anJ the other at the result new
Shop Moves Ing to be presided over by the to the Park Theatre
Zach Douglas filed motion for a throat.M. Order No. 19 farmers now havea I see, comes ,
> New Locatione trial in the case of the Jury's rating than out-going president L. A. Davis, Sunday for a three-day run. Long
new the higher priority
P.'s later on picked up I he shifted the responsibility of (USD ProgramA considered too terrifying for
verdict of his second degree murder Road 28 heretofore, enabling them to purchase
first man In a car on appointing this committee to Incoming -
Wonder Gift ; W. T. Nov. 21 civilian consumption, "Next ofCin"
Shop of Dan Moore on Lake He was many Items of merchandise -
headed for City. N. Fairbanks
H. -
JJ proprietor moved last Frl- known whena no't obtainup president was first shown exclusively
is not that could
1942It yet they
from Its former location In motion will be brought back to Starke and placed who will assume office program unique In the his to: British. military a u d hence .1
new Landrum-Brownlee build. hearing on In jail, but was later freed to now. next week. Mr. Fairbanks stated tory of the Starke USO-YMCA When official permission was

on South Thompson Street to held before decision Judge Murphree will be nor in when the girl told the truth about J. B. Carlisle of the Bradford that; his appointments will be announced unit will be given Sunday afternoon finally granted for public screenings
his handles
what the matter. Hardware Co., which that time. Corner
at at the USO building, the picture rapidly became
space occupied for the past for a new trial.:
years by the Waves. Radio answer to the plea Howard told fellowprisonersthat many of the supplies necessary toa During the last part of the Temple & Washington. For the the most popular In all English e

+'ice[ at 234 East! Call St. He, Daugherty was convtcted of : he formerly belonged to an farmer, explained the new regulation meeting hour, Rotarian Vernon first' time members of the WAAC cinema; history.It .
Mrs. Rudd second degree murder In Circuit auto-theft gang In Nassau County as follows: Howard showed a short feature, detachment now stationed at shows the harm
< are living In the appalling
of the store. Court here June 10, which con and had stolen 18 cars before he When a farmer buys certain "Figure It Out Yourself" pre- Camp Blanding will appear on that can be done In wartime by

If viction carries with It a sentenceof was arrested. He was describedby supplies, he signs a certification, pared by the Coca-Cola organization the: program.The careless; talk. The conservative
Landrum stated yesterday from 20 years to life in the like a he to purchase more and effectively appealing for
: he officers here as looking and if wants event U sponsored by the London press, broke Its traditional
received several In- State Prison-unless a new trial kill worth of item his I the Investment of 10 percent or
"lea about man who "had Just as soon than $23 any 473th Quartermaster, assisted by reserve in reviewing "Next of

,e, but had renting the vacated with la: granted. you as not." certificate must be approved by more of Income In War Bonds. the WAACs. An 1 n cresting Kin" and one critic wrote that It
not closed
yet The girl's father, and a constable the County Farm Rationing Com variety of talent has been secured wan "the moot engrossing drama

Frank Morgan from St. Augustine cameto mittee. A farmer may buy $23 Dr. Herlong AdamsTo for the affair and this program nude anywhere since films be
carriedher worth of wire at a time and as of of the "
Starke Saturday and gives promise being one gan.
Plays New TypeIn often he desire provided Be Associated
home. as may most Interesting ever staged In
acation The male cast I Is composed
Reading he does not purchase more than
Florida Film With Dr. Herlong Starke.
calendar mostly of officers and men, formerly

t Library Edwards ReturnsJ. 4,000 pounds In any one All servicemen and civilians In of the stage and screen and
stepping out of quarter."hen he has purchased Adams arrived
Arm Frank Morgan Dr. Herlong Starke are Invited to attend. The now In the armed forces, plus
yourself with a book for the present will 4,000 pounds of wire or this week to be associated
r d comedy roles !..t. Edwards who has been here I program will start promptly at the entire Worchestershlre Regi
enjoy Independence Day at a Supreme Court Justice wire products or pipe during a in practice with his uncle, Dr I
|nw.HUNGRY. be seen as under contract to do some special I five o'clock. ment. The feminine lead Is taken
: In "A Stranger In Town, concrete work outside of the calendar quarter and needs more, 1\,(. B. Herlong.Dr. I by Nova Pllbeam. remembered asa

HILL by Daphne which will be shown at the Flor United States for the past 90 be must have a certification slgn- Adams Is a graduate of' brilliant child star. She plays
,J Maurler shows her ability Monday. and .id the Farm Rationing Com classof Rites SundayFor t
>' ida Theatre Sunday, days, returned to Starke June < by the University of Tennessee, a Dutch refugee who Innocently
[he sustain a tense narrative Tuesday, and at the midnight t3. He plans to remain here at mlttee. :' 1938, and received his M. D. Frank AndrewsFrank reveals vital military Informationto

lr, again proves her knack show Saturday night. least for awhile fulfilling certain Orders signed by farmers for along degree at the University of Arkansas Nazi agents leading to a ter. {

catching atmosphere and This beloved actor is seen as local contracts. list of items carry a AA-5 School of Medicine In 1942. Nathan Andrews. 81. of able disaster.! '

er capacity to create vigorous Associate Justice Grant who rating. If a farmer presents a ; He has been an Interne In the Jacksonville, died early Saturday I
w dramatic characters are Incognito on a duckhunting His wife and daughter Carolyn, certificate for merchandise and no Duval County Hospital, Jacksonville morning at the home of his daughter Moviegoers are warned that

PPsrent' as they were In Re- travels vacation. He meets a young are In St. Louis, Mo., where Item on It sells for more than $2S: for the past year and Is Mrs. J. A. Douglas, following I'i his* I U an exceptionally grim

'"cca. running for mayor againsta Carolyn has undergone a plastic this order must be filled If the the son of Mrs. G. E. Adams of a protracted Illness. A nativeof picture and the public copy Is {
SAILI lawye-r and surgical operation for severe JacksonvilleIn the same as that shown to troops i
If to
Ed-inchoettle small-town political ring merchandise: is available. any Mld'lleburg. Starke he went
and( other experts the aid of his pretty secre burns! about the face and body item sells for more than 923, the Dr. Heilong left this week for 1918 from Lake Butler, and with only one o r two minor
sailing matters Includes dls- be resolves to help the barrister sustained five years ago.The certification must be signed by a 1 vacation of several days andDr. was a member of the Baptist changes. It !is the graphic storyof
.I tary, there that the of combined
from the
plannlngs a
sloll3 o f American Yacht showing him how to revive report comes the County Farm Rationing Com Adams will carry on during Church. :
;acIng International operation which was performedthe who his widow, Mrs. operation raid against enemy-
Racing few forgotten laws. mittee. A farmer Is a person his absence. Surviving are '
8noeing under sail, ocean rac- a CarUoa plays the young 23rd was a success, that she engages In farming as a business Jessie R. Andrews; two sons, Ernest occupied territory which results

11f In small yachts, model boat Richard while Jean Rogers has l I.s getting along well, and that by raising crops, live stock, bees MethodistSunday M. Andrews and Fred O. ', In heavy British casualties became -

alldlng' Ice boating, etc. The lawyer, of Morgan's secretary.In she was to have the plaster cast or poultry. It does not include a Lawtey Andrews all of Jacksonville; two of lack of secrecy.

Ook i ta for the well the part Morgan removed the 30th. No doubt they has a victory brother Will Andrews, New
beginner as the dramatic climax person who Just School 10 A. M. MornIng I
o' the old salt and contalns bests the racketeers and crooked will return home shortly. garden or raises food. or other Worship 11 A. M.. subject River, and Robert A Andrews of Red Cross MeetingA
JO photographs. He also delivers an Inspiring agricultural products for his own "My Country 'TIs of Taee"; Jacksonville, and three grandchildren. -

THREE OF A KIND is cote- mayor. speech on American freedom Tax Roll ApprovedState use. special mention of our service men meeting of the Bradford

red of short novels by James the town <* Its and women. Youth Fellowship I Funeral services were held In County Chapter of the AmericanRed
Cain: that rids Comptroller J. M. Lee has : the New River Baptist Church at Cross will be held, In the office
.i. Career In C Major, To Speak 7:30: p M. Evening Worship 8:30P. :
., Embezzler, Double Indem- vultures. approved the tax: roll of Assessor! Chaplain M., subject "Blessed Is the Nation 3:30 1". M. Sunday with Rev, Albert of the Chairman, Judge E. K.

,ty. This author deals with, B. W. Hayes and next Monday Chaplain Thomas C. Hollandof whose God Is the Lord.- L. Carnatt, pastor of the erryman. Monday morning at I

Bf $ and Board of County Commissioners Interment was In the family by Mrs.\ Edward Burns, executive.
the ating.
: they each service
are presented on the
tax at
state speaker
Ith new 3c of At this time officers
Board Equalizers.
River Cemetery.
as a lot In New
amazing skill and suease. will not go evening this week.
package of cigarettes Delayin On Aw jet!! 2 the Board will hear hour Friday Recent Births Hardage and Williams, Jacksonville will' be elected for the new year .

QSL"RGEON Is the third into effect until July 6. x complaints, adopt the budget for There will also be special music wel- Mr. and Mrs. Manley\ Alfred funeral directors, bad charge and, Mrs. Burns haa requested afull

:t<*V! by Dr. Frank G. Slaughr receiving was theme eCetherycat the fiscal year, and asset .the for come.the occasion. Everyone Terrlll, Lawtey June 28. boy. of arrangement attendance. '.
Jacksonville. mlllage. !
of the delay.
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4 Of Pulpwood Not u i U hereby K'\'"!> that the
Importance I undi-rslirnnd Ouindlii, ,if blue LrftI.ewlH
rj j The Bradford County Telegraph i Morris Edwin Lewis and I
Few people realize how important tim- I James Leon Lewis, minors., will on

K.stabllsbtHl 1877 ber is to the winning of the war. It is so I at the private nib day sale,of the July followlni 1941. eel described l.
I E.: Matthews_ _____ .*!ltor and Owner real. estate to wit: :II 11.uf;'
essential that no nation could continue fight- NW>-4, exo North 165 yd* and WeslaSyus
y r, exhausted. : ; said tale based on Application *
+ tiUBFG1tJPTJON KAtE ing if the supply of wood was I filed.

9 iM ill ? + Yearly $1.73: Fix Month. Sl.OO Pulpwood alone could stop the war in 60 I 6-25 4t 7-16 Monle Lewis. Guardian

++' s f'ubltlth.'N'kly. on Friday and Entered as Sec. days if all the pulp and paper mills stopped I -
There is less than 60 I IIIl>KOHi;)
FU tomorrow. COI'NT
tad CUM Matter at the Font Office at Htark operating IN ( IHCI IT v
(.ol'a'rY. FL.OIUOII IN I'ILI ,
days supply of pulp throughout the world, (Kn vKunlre I

A Memorable Fourth and if the supply were not. constantly renewed v*. .Osorge Wolff Joseph Benedlkt.. ... )
h..dn use i'v' 2S4 PI..lntlff'l
the Fourth of July there would be no gun powder, blue- ORDER OF
It used to be that .
-.ti MOT Ji'10" ',n* .
drawings or maps, no paper for issuing STATE OF FLORIDA to: UeoriK+
4 was celebrated with 12 hours of ear-splitting prints, .100-.,.,. i>.......I..t. WHOM r."d..ne. WOMENWANTED
1+ + explosions. This year, we'll be lucky if we Army and Navy orders, for sanitaryand South I I. 102-A Carolina.LnlJn" Street Charleston ,

off. health purposes; no newspapers, maga- You are requited to appear or
even hear a cap pistol July 26th. 1943, In the above numeruurt ,
That is probably just as well. For the zines or correspondence, no cartons or pack-1 '..; and divorce cause,Bradford wherein plalntirseeks Count j ,

Fourth of July this year should be celebrated ages for food and for shipment of vital war Telegraph In next four shall weekly publish itisiies.Wltncnii this. Ordoi I

t i : with greater reverence than at any time materials. I seal at [
of cou'nlry-and' somehow The pulpmills will use 13 million cordsof 1943.OFFICIAL. ,
e in the history our ( SEAL) A. J

Ala reverence and fire-crackers don't go pulpwood in 1943 for Army Navy, Allies, T.. Frank Clerk of I.andrum.Stark.said Court/ ... Thona"'I'A.

. .1 together.We and essential civilian needs. Over two and Atty. for I'll 8-25
have become so accustomed to in- one-quarter million tons, or 1,400,000 truck- lfiitfiir <:;;;r. II" 'UFO"O I

dependence that our day for celebrating it loads of pulpwood will be used this year to roi v..rv, FioiiiKti IN t IIINCKHV : -

was primarily a day for relaxation and fesivity. !'- package food supplies, and munitions for William Haslatn Rogers, Plaintiff.
; 4 vii Oracle HyJen Rogers" 1)rfendaft.
6nt+ 1 +" :, i : But this year millions of men will overseas shipment alone. Timber is so vitalto Case PUBLICATION Nr>. 204ORDKIt

," )e working in factories on the Fourth of the war effort that Donald :M. Nelson STATE ANH\ NOTICK OF FLOHIDA TO API'I to::Ait iliarltHyden .

I July-and other millions will be fighting allover says, "Forest products are critical materialsin 314 Adams Rogerewhose Str et. Macor. residence lie >imla.,li

q !'" 4 ; ? the world-grimly determined to preserve our whole war program. The men in the JIIJ..o 20th.are 1943.1n rerjwlreil'; the to above appear named on

that independence. Instead of watching woods and mills are front line fighters in Court and cause Bradford wherein plaintiff
al seeks divorce. CountyTelearaph
''t ; pretty fireworks in community parks, this war." Any stoppage of this vital material shall publish thin. Order
In next four weekly Issues.Witness
of serious that Selective hand and official I
r this we want to see fireworks an- would be so my
,. r year seal. I at Starke, Florida this June
t, other kind-fireworks of steel blasting at Service Boards have been requested to defer 22nd(OFFICIAL H43 SEAL) A J. Thomas TO TRAIN AS

those enemies of ours who dared to try to men essential to the industry, whetherin As Clerk of ald Court.T. .
Frank I.andrum, Starke
rob us of the independence which we have the mill or in the woods. There is sufficient Atty. for Pit. 6-23 4t ".16

,r been celebrating for 167 years. timber to supply these demands, but
iv riHrriT {'O..R.r. nntnFoitnCOI
Coupon Trading the labor shortage has so handicapped the MTV. FLOtllUtl IN: IIIVMCKHY. -

Coupon trading seems to have become a cutting of timber that the U. S. Departmentof Agnes Herbert .ut.nIW 1'irn.I'j; } d a v*.. Bus Operators

favorite nationa) pastime. Although OPA Agriculture is urging farmers to cut pulpwood Cane No. 2549.OltfER .
rules oppose it, there isn't much that can from their woodlots during spare time ANn NOTICE TO APPEAR

be done to prevent a woman from giving a and after crops are laid by, or to sell] their Turner STATE William OF FLORIDA, whose toi residence: Agnes
IK 715 Main Greenwood
neighbor a shoe coupon in exchange for a stumpage to a regular pulpwood producer. MlflfvlMBlppl.' Street
r You ore renujred. to .appear on
coffee coupon or a sugar coupon. :More than 50 per cent of the pulpwoodfrom July 26th. 194 In the above nam- .

Nor is there any practical way to prevent the Southern states comes_from the ed Court seeks and divorce cause' : Bradford, wherein County plaintiff ..1.it. : ,:.. .. .. .. ..

's a man who has more gasoline coupons farmer's woodlot, and if he wants to help 'Telegraph next four ahall wj publish*kly: Issues.Witness this. OrderIn '.,. .
hand and official
than he needs from giving his extras to his beat the Axis he should _cut his timbernow seal, at Starke my,.Florida, this June ,-, .

"' friends. or increase his production if he is 23rd( 1943.OFFICIAL. SEAL) A. J. Thomas : '
of said] Court.
The OPA has made feeble efforts to already cutting. R H Duncan, Jacksonville Florida"
for Plf. 6-2S 4t 7-l4 A PATRIOTIC JOB
stop this practice but it is the kind of thing The Container Corporation of America, Atty. _- ,::, ,/

that cannot be stopped by a policeman.The of Fernandina, calls attention to the fact NOTICE OF APPI.'" \TIO'\l' FOR
only way it can be curbed is to make TAX:: KKIJ
that pulpwood cut now is not only valuableto <.senate Bill No. 1O1:
people feel ashamed of themselves for participating NOTIl'i I: IS HEREBY GIVEN. WITH GOOD PAY
'S the prosecution of the war, but that it That Louis CMwmonn holder of TaxCertificate
in such petty unpatriotic No. 2X, issued the 2nd
day of July A. D. 1818, has tiled
This has been done effectively with hoarding gives the timberland owner the advantageof name In my office and has made
form tax deed to ba
and most people who have a stack of a high price for his products. It is application'issued thereon Hold certificate embrace

r'1, 3 unreported canned goods in their cellars pointed out that there is an abundance of property* the In following the County of described Bradford

"'' would probably be a lot happier and sleep timber which should be cut and that in so Lot Stn 12,e of nf Block Florida II, to-wlt Ward: City, *' .*
Section 8 Township 7 S' II 20 East:: .
1 more comfortably if they could quietly doing the growing conditions of the trees The assessment. of the said. property
under the said. l certificate IN.ued ..
sneak their hoard back onto the grocer's which are left will be so improved that was in .the name of Mrs T. P.

shelves. additional cuttings can be made in a few Ward Unlen said".certificate shall be I\:, -

h The OPA made it clear that hoarding years. Timber owners are advised that property redeemed described itcunrdlncr therein to law will the he We need at once women appli-
old to the hl.b""t, llrtrl-r at the
! of food was definitely against the interestsof they can be of greatest assistance to their cnurthoune door on the first Mon-

: our country. But it 'has not been so country by cutting selectively, that is, cut day which In Is he the month 2nd of day August of (19U'1. cants for training as drivers on

a definite about coupon trading. Frankly we mature worked-out turpentine and poor I I 1941.Dated! thin 22nd day of June I
1 ft 41 I Ii
are not sure what acts of coupon trading quality trees, and leave vigorous round trees'I i J..rrt; : ; of A circuit' : .*ourt'of ; d1'oI I Orange Lines buses.

are right and what ones are wrong. If our to grow, thus assuring the needed supply County Florida 6-26 4t 7-16

I consciences must be the enforcement agent, today as well] as future crops which will be

the OPA. should give us a clearer set of needed by the industries and in reconstruction NOTICE. OF.r\\,\::PPI I>.KKI 1CTION FOR This is an essential service to a

rules. after the war. ( .e.a.e Bill No. 103)
That LoulH H. Hill holder of TaxCertificates military establishment
numbered respectively, and
BROOKE Barber In Gainesville Wednesday. his wife, Mrs. Elsie Bell Garrett, 129 130 and 1SH Issued 4th. day you
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Mott who la visiting her mother, Mrs of July A. D. 1927. nun filed name
Minnie Lou Ilazen In my office and h"e made application will
Ily were In High Springs on business J. P. Dickinson and family. thereon.for Tax Deed to be Issued find great personal satisfaction -

Corporal and 1'.lrs. Resale Col. Saturday. Everyone Is urged to remember Said. certificated- respectively' embrace
son of Valdosta Ga., were visitIng Mrs. G. W. Rivers and familyof Christian Endeavor each Sunday the f 0 I lowing! described in
In I the'County of doing share for the
Graham were visiting relatives properties tBrad- your
: relatives here last week. evening at the Christian Church, ford State of Florida, :
here Friday.Mr. Lot 26 In Woodlawn Hac U Twp
and Prayer meeting on -
Mr. and :Mrs. Mike TUghmar t a R 22 E, containing 10 acres,
and Mrs. Roy Ihomas of School la : effort. .
f evening. Sunday said war
' and daughter, Barbara Ann, were more or lean Is embraced under
i Jacksonville a r a visiting Mr. held each Sunday morning at 10 certificate No. 129.
In Gainesville Thursday. Lot 57 In Woodlawn Sec 13 Twp.
+ ; Thomas' mother for a few days. o'clock in the Baptist Church. 58 R 22 E, containing
W. Thomas
Mr. and Mrs. J. Mr. and children : less Is embraced 3.cld
Lloyd Barry more or
and son Wayne and Mrs. C. W. Wilbur and Mrs. O. Among those transacting business certificate No. 110 You
Jackie and Town of La..t..y H of be
and Hazel were In Starke during the past Lot 44 Ry paid while learn-
Crosby daughter. W. Barry were visiting relativesin In 23. 24. 23. 8* R.
In Gainesville shopping Wednes- few days are: W. W. Packham, 12 t.c"i" embraced under ; certificate
New River Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Trlest Mrs. $; No. 156
let Class Petty Officer, Ivan The assessment. of Bald property ing. Your salary will increase
day.Mr.. and Mrs. Earl Green and Hazen and wife of Tampa were Lydia Hall Mrs. W. D. Garrett under Bald certificate No. 129 wan
Misses Grace Dickinson and Ruth In the name of Clement Studley
children Shirley Ann and Gayle Hazen the assessment of said property '
visiting G. W. Sunday.Mr.
and Mrs. Earnest Edwards spent and Mrs. O. B. Feagle and Sibley D. J. Phillips Mr. and Merle Mrs.Packham C. Sullivan and under the Bald name certificate of Alice l\No.[. Taft 130: wanIn theiMMeaHtnenr when you become a regular op

a few days visiting relatives In daughter, Juanita, were in Gaines- of Bald property under
Mrs. D. W. Moore. laid certificate, No 156 was In the
: Jasper last week. ville Sunday. name of Candln. Calhoun. erator.
Perry Galney left Saturday to Mrs. Daisy Fisher of Worthington GRAHAM Unless. said according Certificates to .law shall the horedeemed

.enter West Point. Springs was here on business By Mm.' Eva StricklandMrs. properties described I therein will he *>
H. S. Hazen of Center HUI Ft'id ay. nrld to the. highest bidder at theCourthouse
door on the first Monliy -
visited his father. G. W. Hazen Mr.. and Mrs. L. A. Brown A. Padgett and daughterof In the Month of August 1941.which : Applicants should
last week. visited their son. Artford and Hague Mrs Mack McKlnzle D. 1943.,Is the 2nd- day of AugustI. reside in or

Pvt. Talmadge Kelly who has family In Jacksonville Sunday.Mrs. ,of Jacksonville and Mrs. Jimmie Dated this 23nd day of June

5' 5 5. been visiting: his wife and baby May Ann Atkinson will Ember and son of Gainesville (\. D ,1941OFFICIAL. SEAL) A. J. ThomasClerk near Starke and Camp Blanding.
daughter for 15 days returned to leave Friday for Georgia and spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. CII''oti' -Court. Rrndford
Moody Field at Valdosta, Ga., Carolina for a n extended visit J.. H. Surrency.Mr. County Florida. 6-26 4t 7-16

Tuesday.Mrs. with relatives. and Mrs. Roy Bowman and
MInton and children of Little Judy Kelly is 111 this son and Mr. and Mrs. Drew The registration!NOTICIII, books of the Apply between 9 A. M. and
Jasper are visiting Mr. and Mrs. week at her home. Walker and son of Macclenny City of Stark. will be open for theregistration
Green and family. 'Mrs. V. V. HueD and children. mother of electors from Thurs.
Earle with their .
i spent Sunday lay July 15 to Saturday.. Aur '.st noon
Master Gene Ritch of Starke Is Mis.\. E. M. Hazen and Mrs. Ralph Mrs. Broughton. 14, 19.3. Inclusive, At the City H 411. any week day to:
visiting: his grandparents Mr. and Hazen and daughter, Mary Fran- recently CARL JOHNS.Registration '.
Mrs. Hllllard Broughton Officer.*
l Mrs. I* A. Brown for a few days. ces, were in Gainesville\ on business visited her daughter Mrs. City o( Starke

Miss Phyllis Hazen has been Tuesday. Ruby Strickland who is 111 in the 1-25 3t T-9
visiting Miss Roberta Whitfield Mrs. Lee Green and children -
State Farm
Hospital. .i* TIIR rUtC".T rO'.RT. KIDHTHJii
Farm for a few and Mrs. Rosa Plnholster were
at the State of Starke >irt \i. nnfiiT OF KI.onll -
In Starke and Gainesville Mon- McKInney ". IV ANU: FOIl BH.\DFORUrot'VTV.
days. visited his grandmother, Mrs. A. DIVISION
ROB Plnholster was day on
He left
E. Ward Monday.
Alachua on business Sat u rday Mr. and Mis.. Zedilck Hamiltonand Plaintiff.
children of Palmetto are Join the Navy Tuesday.Mrs. 1EMVJEWELRYCOMPANY.
afternoon. .
i Mr. and MrS. Durwood Johnson visiting Mrs. Hamilton's parents Arlie Broughton and chil- .i corporation .
and daughter Carolyn of Quincy : Mr. and Mrs. Tom Edwards, fora dren of Starke are spending a NOTICE Defendant OF APPLICATION FOR
were dinner guests of Mr. and few days.Friends few days with Mrs Carl Brough VOLUNTARY DlSHOf.rTTION OF

Mrs. Lyon Crosby Thursday.R. j j of Pvt. Mozelle Galney ton.Mr. 0 TO OEM'::CORPOTION JEWF.Lft-T! COMPANY LINES-
I F. Gano-.and family spent who was seriously Injured In the and Mrs. J. C.. Watkins and ; : corporation: and nil! other per,
the week-end In Hawthorne with Far East several months ago will\ children of Ocala spent Sunday ions Notice interested.Is. hereby GREETING given that: the

t Mrs. Gano's mother. Mrs. Martin. \be glad to know that relatives with Mrs.,Alfred Varnes. indernlgrned. h Jn' r"a matorltv In
nterest.01 the srnchholders of the
Mrs. Martin. accompanied them have recently been notified that Mr. and Mrs. N. Dyal and son O"m Jewelry Company a corpora-
he Is released from the hospital. its principal nlace of
extended visit. Ion with
an few
back home for of Jacksonville spent a days In Starke Bradford
Miss Frances Tilghman spent Friends of R. J. McDuvld will with relatives here recently. 'ounty. Flnrldi, has filed her peti. BUS
S with' Miss Madeline I be glad to know that h week-end
the his Pvt. H. C. Surrency arrived t..r Bradford County, Florida.anpl.ln" ,
after having appendixremoved
\ dissolutionf
Crosby In Gainesville.Mrs. from California to for a voluntary
and son. In the Alachua County Wednesday said corporation, and will I ''re-
J. P. spend a month with his parents ::ent the said petition. to the Itonrahle -
Perman and Mrs G. B. Feagle Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Surrency.Mr. A. Z. A Brad-
'oiirt his office In Stark
J u a n It a were at
the 12th
Florida on
ord County
) and Mrs. W. H. Gordonof
visitors In Gainesville Friday. THERESSA d..y of July A. D 1141. at the hourf FLORIDAPAGI.1
and Blakley, Ga., arrived last weekto 10:00 O'clock A M on said day.or .
Mr. and Mrs. James By MU: Ida lagan as soon thereafter as petitioner. ,
while with Mrs. Cor-
children and Mtas Lubedla Waters Orville Brookins was called to spend a inv be heard and will at said time
were shopping In Gainesville\ Saturday the bedside of his father In Headland dtm's brother. Rev. W. C. Burton. rl'.p: : contained offer, proof In said of petition the allega-andk
Thomas had her
Ala., last Sunday. Miss Myrtle for final order dissolving _Id.oorporationpAT .
Mr.. L. O. Hazen and daughter, W. D. Garrett arrived here Sat- I tonsils removed Thursday of last LAMBm, Petltlon
Minnie Lou, visited Mrs. Q. A. urday from Oakland Park to Join week and Is/recovering nicely. 6-1S 3t 7-1

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SUNNY sons,, Bule and Botby MrCfamtete Arsula were transacting business: in Lake -
Crawford and baby Shirley Ann. Butler Thursday.Mr. FUNERAL DIRECTOR I

Mn.. Arsul Crawford and Mis a Doris r,osby. were and Mrs. C. C. Crosby and I My Many Year Evpeilence I Mftkrn It rottxlhle for Me to Render

visiting Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Crawford N. PROMPT: and COURTEOUS; SERVICEMOIERATE
Mr. and Mra. J. EFFICIENT,
I \v R. children
." ; Halslop and son, Fred,
.J! :
:.. and Mr. and Mrs. Cyril Mc-
... ... ,t_ and Mr. and Mrs Alton Dobbs Leod l of Lake Butler Sunday.Mr. Kelly and Mrs Arsula Crawford I PRICKSDeWITT 1
were transacting business in ana baby, were visiting Mr. and C. JONES
4t ry, ; Gainesville f last and Mrs Alton Dobbs and I Florida
Wednesday o and Starke,
and family
I Mrs. Mills Kelly
UlfJS 1je.P week.Mr. I baby. EloIse, were uuetts of Mr. Mrs. Georgia Touchton of Lake I _,_,___ ----------.- -- ..

I I'f I : and Mrs. Pate Drown of .,Dobbs' parents, Mr and Mrs. Arch Butler, recently. !, f fI

Starke were visiting Mr. Brown's Dobbs of the State Farm SunJay \ Mrs Loi Newman and daughters Ambulance For Colored Emergency Patients 1
If : !I mother. Mrs Aria Brown, Sunday I children. were visiting friends and rel- Special
) : l:4:: Mrs J. R. Kelly l 7 1
JONES Telephone
: ; s I afternoon.Mr. Mrs. Louise Crosby and Mrs atives In Auburndale over the I 1)E WITT C. .I

, ..' ..,, ......._::......."."" """" .->>:v......."..:' '...,. :... ....M.... .___"'..........:........."" .1 :: and Mrs c C Crosby and Marcus Conner and baby. Janice, week-end ..

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for Canning Tomatoes Fruits
Use a Water-Bath .

Try Canning! Your Canning Shelf \ y. x.

homemakers who have neve -
will be hard i at 'TomatoesBeets
:: 10 before Peas i .5
work doing lome .

1 IJ.- old fa.hloned Spinach Green Beans Corn zc: T' .
Z "putting up" thIs .
I summer. Not on Recipe given
will It be economIcal -

to put up
are necessary for canning non-acid
own Yictosgarden's
your vegetables, are available at the caning a
center Then, if all produce:
,' but also It will 1a be
must be canned in a single day, it :
17-\l:")< vital step In .v.y: i't.
will be necessary to recruit as uch t
hln! (those precious points Dext
help as possible from others in your {

ning's simpler today and much community when needed.and give them your time I .; i. ,Si 4 Sy1 r
that occurred for-
i spoilage Canning day should be canning ri. ,
can be prevented If the horn day only, not laundry day, ,eneral
r checks the causes of spot: cleaning and baking day, too. It's ,
There's a reason for every 5 r.
better too, not to be overly, ambitious wfARia
of spoilage and what's more do three bushels of
and try to .
tant, every one of them can be tomatoes, all in one sweep, for you .. .
rated if she's carefuL a- Y,I f : 4"l
will do better with a small quantity K n
51, it's not smart to use lei and feel less tired even though it (

produce that you wouldn't eat may ta" several days in which to
table. Select only prime fruit Bnish
egetables in perfect condltioi Processing Foods. I

quality goes Into commercIal Fruits and vegetables need proc- I II I

g: and so it should for borne seeing which means the application

ig. Get out into the garde of heat to the product for a certain Vo '
In the morning to get vegeti- definite period of time. You just ) i' "'0 y'Z I

nd fruits and can immediate: an'l put fruit into Jars seal and eags'e;

you market, tie a bandana clair store and expect them to stay In ,

and go out early in the perfect condition. C .,, $ h ,
whi] I .f' h" d __ o
ng to get your produce Water-Bath Method.In ,
:U fresh.
some cases, when pressure
nlinesi Is another Important lookers are not obtainable, a water-I
. Remember that food .poils bath may be used .
her reasons than that the jar I is ''or vegetables and

tight More spoilage than yo meats. However, ?
dreamed of can result from notIng &the water-bath is EVER FACE A FIRING SQUAD :
the food properly and ding -
more' preferable L
bruised or Imperfect vegeti- for tomatoes
and fruits. Be sure to peel the acid 1
which( are
it it is to be peeled, so that -
rt In and technically a else can find to do we will also; do
and the bacteria that lurk four ever we ,
suit) and fruits. Two three maybe years '
rubbed In the product as it Ja To make a water bath, use a Ianvesb FTIAKE A good long look. This is what a con- this? years, years For unless all of us put the winning of this "
d. deep vessel fitted ...if the Japs and Nazis win.
boiler or
rk as quickly as possible wit with a rack made of laths parlors -( demned man..or woman...sees at twenty And don't think that can talk yourself war before everything else, a lot of eyes that
ood once it's started on its way;; wit back to describe that you
has come
.id material or feet. No one ever look this face that same scene
think that now on page may
e can. Flat fitting cover. of it if the time comes. Don't you
lave a tight blacked.out
which before the scene is suddenly .. ,
ocn Place prepared jars on the rack last moment for bended in reality. .
vegeta- least ;JII burst of lead. can turn coat; that begging mercy on
which must hold them out with a rattle of fire and a Not somebody else's Yours..
, can often neb above bottom of the cane woman knees will spare you; that promising to be eyes.
pop In vege.I" The water bath should be filled with But even a brave man or a courageous in
, for exam. lolling water which comes at least must hope feverishly that good, to cooperate, will help. Some patriot
It the jars ln of facing such a scene of their offi
an inch or two above the tops neighborhood will kill one
* the should bad dream from which your
pre.W th. jars. Jars on the rack this is all just a will be
and the next day
food is not touch each other. Start countinfocessing vision from a rememcers in the night, you
rd itand too long before procg. as water will be an awakening..a
time as rounded with nine or nineteen or ninetyninecome
> Too much delay in ban I round Jars begins to bubble, and bered movie in which someone will come, will up This Ad Sponsored
I food from one step to the other I it boiling during entire process- others..to be shot.
k.ep ,
cause a great loss of vitamins. i add bolig in time. But no one comes.
period. If necessary, for all of us to think of...
ig This is something
minerals. water,' If it boils away, for the Thousands..hundreds of thousands..of hu By The Following
ias much preparation ahead of at of while still awaken to the
rater must always be boiling have had just such to dream we can
Sl PoiBlble like equip of than beings like yourself
checking least an inch above the 'tops man ,
of freedom. Merchants '
I and getting together Jar of life during the past few years. clean air Starke
h are examined for imperfeeand Here are some recipes for coir. last glimpse dream. ButUwasnV It is something to make all of us resolve that

IQ loapy nicks.suds Wash not in all cool Jars dish and mon fruits and Tomatoes.vegetables: And they, too, have hoped it was a all our waking effort will be bent to the one job

r after the breakfast dishes J) Scald tomatoes in boiling water 1minute. : f from of winning this war sooner..that whatever we /

scald or sterilix them. Soak in cold water 1 minute How far remeved do you think you are will do and that whatJACOBS' .
Select and packInto know we con do, we .
Day for Cumin. t peel core quarter the star part in such a performance as
there'a a huge quantity of foe* clean, sterile Jars. Add no water playing

c canned, it would be a good Add a teaspoon of salt to eacl DRY GOODS STORE SCHLITZ & OLD MILWAUKEE
to round up as many friends quart of tomatoes. Put on band and FRANK'S FINE FOODSBARKSDALE'S BEERBLANDING
neighbors to help and to do the screw band firmly tight. Process
.ng on a community basis U bot water bath for 39 minutes. STORE CARL JOHNS
r towns pressure cookers whicl: Peas.. CENTER Inc.

- Shell grade peas, using onl; "We Clothe The Family"DENMARK FURNITURE CO. }
rime quality. pre-cook 3 to 7 rain VETERANS LOCKER CLUB

Lynn Says utes depending on size. Pack loose A F KIN S
17, adding hot water to within 1 incbof S H CANOVA PHARMACY Kingsley Lake

ICce..ful Coo,, It i. eau t top. Adjust cap and process 10 iircssure ROSENBERG & SON LEILA'S '
o|the right thing with foods tout cooker, 60 minutes at SAM J. H. COURTMANCH-Jeweler f
in hot water: AND BEAUTY SALON
> minds, or ISO minutes ARMY DRESS SHOP
directions.flow ROGER'S
the bath. .Beeta.Us.amaf'uniform. K. G. DUNCAN, VICTORY INN
sloan "two hours STORE
III r beets. Wash Standard OilGUY'S -
garden for
to.kef4e.rvUi.. only: \ Agent
It, 8 r1n. rip rather than over- jrefully. Leave the roots Plunge and sum JDtocold : ELECTRIC SHOE'SHOP P. S. STORESCARPENTER'S

produc. Wash aU foods Ion,. Boil 15 minutes. and THE MARKET

run.: before attempting) any water, remove the Add skins 3 tea. Across From Park Theatre DRUG STORE
paratiOft- pack into clean Jars. STORE
reek Jars,rubbers if used and spoons of salt and sugar desired.mixture Fill toeacb to HOUSTON'S SERVICE STATION BEN SUSLOW'S STARKE BEAUTY SHOPJERRY'S
I r' lung with equipment be- quart Jar if
e )Iou Inch of top, with boilingwater THE BOWLDROME '
; tlart canning. Work at within % screwing band EASTERN AUTO SUPPLY THE GUIDON GRILLJORDAN'S
on cap
ranE< as much as possible Put '
lave i .1Ime bttween steps. Havejars rmly tight Process in bot-water PLACE BLANDING TAILORS
r Je or in pressure GARAGE \
on one side of range, bath ISO Center i
ham minutes at 10 pounds Call Street & Branding
from kettle on stove ''II, Colander near stove' a u.- twinf difficult plonnint BARBARNEY'S BOWLING ALLEY CAFE 1
fruit which u Art you you MILITARY SUPPLIES ,
not Pre-cooked), foinut Strutting VICTORY
place ", tot DRINK STAND
immediately in water Lynn Chambers" co* give you t"i
aror' pr5s t. Cooker or oven. ""'pip ease il you writE kn.envelop.or enrlodus a Locomotive Company and is reprinted with its permission.) ;,
should be washed in a ..II-uJdr..J originally by African
paned ."""perl. laer at II .ternwrps1wr prepared and published
lOop curia in care .J advertisement was
and scalded, in- our rrply SoutA CJe.pl (This
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PAGE rorR the Navy Tuesday J. L. tell
for everything

I : t j LI SOCIETY and__CLUBS J EngagementOf Wide InterestMr. N the Betty's, T.'s very remember pater marriage fine gathered Ingredients to .ask. .him together, Hear so for I had from(Major arrived Julian) Peek(safely Jr.reading) staring overseas a that-letter but he have as it a were birthday' m coming By one(he f.g agar hI."'

must and those !?
Martha new
-- of'' didn't Just where $35
and Mrs. H. E Norman the recipe as soon as he gets say *
more, Md. Rlchland. Ga., announce the en from the hospital Another (Brownlee) Johnson all smiles, handbags at Leila. jJLobl, Ct ,
Gloria Johns back
Miss taken
Lawn Party Immediately after the ceremony my eye \v..
gagement and approaching mar memorable bit from this having Just heard that Milton colllt
like to :
I Sunday Afternoon Becomes Bride ,at an the Informal home of reception the brUle'a was riage of their daughter, Daphne reception was the clever wedding (Africa) Is now a Captain. but still get theie's bouquet Dr COI1
yi I i + Of R. E. Greene, Jr. Mr. and Mrs T. J. Virginia, t o Woodrow Wilson cake ornament-a gift from Ar- swanky handbag 110thlng, lilt
of grandparents marriage to(
The Mann
Charles Parlser manager Riser of Sanford. D. C.) make
The line (Washington Well, this, could on forever, forget her 'I
N St. go t
iI t t4 .j:; the Blanding Center branch of Beauty and simplicity markedthe Griffin, on Cherry decoratedwith l Is to be In the First :Methodist. that tinkled forth the wedding folks, but guess I'll stop now and say Well troubles, I II"
P. S. Stores, Inc., and his wife,, marriage of Miss Gloria home was church of RichUnd, Ga., on Sunday march when the bride an' groom iO long
Items for
gave a lawn party at their homeon Elizabeth Johns of Jacksonville,, pink gladioli, Shasta daisies afternoon, July 4, at six o' entered the room! hold back a few choice you in the next
M. and white carnations; and In the I next week Wouldn't do to
10th Street,Sunday at 6 P. daughter of Mrs. C. C. Mendozaand clock. -Ch#
; In honor of Mr. and :Mrs. Ed the late Senator E. M. Johns, living room the wedding gifts Corp. Roy Echela, who Is sta. started buzzln' at a I
who have had charge of Greene, Jr., were on display. Receiving wereMrs. be Telephone
Jones Edward
and Robert an,1the Honed at Camp Blanding, rate late Tuesday afternoon
Mendoza rapid
h the Call Street branch of the P. S. son of Dr. and Mrs R. E. Greeneof bride and bridegroom Mr. the best man and Mlas Gayle when a few eagle-eyed readers of :

rt Storea. Washington, D. C., on Thursday and Mrs. Greene. The bride'sbook Sewell of Starke will be maid of the Jax'ville Journal spied way
The latter store has closed and June 24 at four o'clock in over by Miss honor down In a long list of marriage
was presided
y", ) Mr and Mrs. Jones left Tuesday the First Methodist church o f Frances Peek. Miss Norman, a very attractive licenses Issued the names of I
w cr night for Columbus, Ga., where Starke. The ring ceremony was Miss Jane Elk Ins of Mount Car- blonde Is a graduate of Georgia Grace Wood WaInwrIght an' T. H. '-""" "'-
y, Mr. Jones will look after one of performed by the Rev. G. C. Women, and for Your favorite gal
mel, 111., a college room-mate of State College for Osborne! An Ideal Substitute For The I
during the vaca- of the church. Extinct
the chain stores Powell, pastor has been In dashing'around
the bride's, and Miss Gayle Sew- the past school term reporter lost no time
tion period of the manager durIng The church was beautifully ell served punch !In the dining teaching In the Home Economic for an Interview with i Bathing Cap :1 j

;t i the month of July, and return decorated with tall baskets of room. The bride cut the three- Department of the Bradford High Grace herself, but alas-no com-

4.,, l to Starke to take care of the white gladioli and Shasta daisies, tiered cake, which was iced In School. She Is a niece of Mr. and ment! She really doesn't needto

car A 1 Ir.al store, while Mr. and Mrs.Pariser placed against a background of white and pink and topped witha Mrs. W. B. Sewell, and has made say very much, however, for Waterproof Shower CapsThat
vacation through palms. Cathedral candles In grad wedding bell, and Miss Thelma her home with them since com- that luffly sparkling diamond
are on uated standards shed their soft Corpening served cake to the ing here. speaks for itself Only thingI
the month of August. light over, the Impressive scene. the event Will Really Keep Your Hair Dry
D guests. Mrs. J. H. Rltch of Jack- Mr. Riser is a son of 1>11'. and can tell you is that
Before the entrance of the sonville, Mrs. 0 I* Beasley, :Mrs. Mrs. J. F. Riser of Sanford. He hasn't taken place YET The
i Mrs. Duncan Hostess bride, Mrs. W. L. Edwards of Carrie Ritch and Mrs. J. W. Kin. is a graduate of the Universityof gentleman In question Is Lt. Ted 49c

At Luncheon Jacksonville! sang "Because" (D1Hardelot cald assisted the hostess In entertaining Florida in Gainesville, and for Osborne, connected with the
); Mrs. F. H. Long was end serving. the past school term has been Ground Observer Office at the

.,f Mrs. K. G Duncan entertainedat the organist, and the traditional After a short wedding trip to Coach In Bradford County High Jacksonville\ Information Center
: a lovely one o'clock luncheon wedding marches were used. Ponte Verda, Mr. and Mrs. Greene 'I School. More details to the next-I

;j"V; honoring her Ulster, Mrs. Roy The bride and bridegroom were left Saturday for Baltimore, wherehe After a short wedding trip they hope! Bathing Trunks for Men
unattended. The bride, who Is a Is employed.Out In Jack )
r ,a ti Smith of Tennllle, Ga., on Thursday will make their home
k rl r of last week, at her home on beautiful brunette, was attiredin of town guests attendingthe sonvllle. Glad to report that the local
N. Walnut St. a suit of dusty rose crepe with marriage were: Mr. and Mrs. entries in the 66th Division Queen Priced From $1.25 Up

h with dark blue accessories, and her W L. Edwards and daughter contest Sunday night comparedvery
decorated Ladies
The houae was
corsage was of white gardenias.Mrs. Miss Fredrlka Edwards, Mrs. J. very favorably with beauties Splendid Values
roses, zinnias and gladioli, and Greene was graduated H. Ritch, Mrs. J. B. Vinson Mr,. Last WeekMrs. from other surrounding cities .

four luncheon tables were placed from the Robert E. Lee High Thomas B. Grady, Mrs. Frank I Blonde Margaret Strlpgfellow was

In the living room and on the School in Jacksonville, and later Fuss, Mrs. George Bennett, Miss' J. L. Simmons was hostessto tall an' stately tn white Jersey Four-Piece Set
of the
screened porch. Each table from National Junior College at Irene Oathoff, Miss Martha Lee the Ladles Auxiliary with turquoise blue midriff, while
.G!4t Forest Glen, Md. Mr. Greene Is Ryan, all of Jacksonville; Mia Presbyterian church, at her homeon brunette Lorene Moncrief was
:,r was centered with a silver vase a graduate of Maryland Unlver- Thelma Corpening of Tallahassee; West Madison St. on Tuesday petite In black net Glimpsedt

holding roee-buds and fern city, College Park, Md., and is Miss Jane Elkln of Mount Carmel evening of last week. t indefatigable Callstreeters.\ MixingBowls

j' After a delicious three-course now employed In defense work as Ill., Mrs A. J. Williams of Vases of hydrangeas in pastel Marie Register an' Jeanette Kin-
?;' luncheon, the guests enjoyed octal Aeronautical Engineer for the Alachua, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Ollven- shades were used for decorationIn caId sharln' seats of honor on the In Pastel Shades
t 'k conver aUon. Glen L. Martin Company of Baltl- baum of Gainesville.CocaCola the living room where the front row on either side of Gen- ,

( ladles were seated. The president eral Kramer, himself An'

Party Mrs. K. G. Duncan pre- speaking of Jeanette Spotted $1 15 set
short business ses- per
sided over a her at the 66th Division dance .
'sion, after which Mrs. Jeanette
NOTICETO Friday Morning
: Tuesday night wearln' that gorgeous -
led devotional
Young a program.
watch, fashioned like a
'$! Miss Madge Mlddleton gave an ) Scripture reading\ prayer, meditation flower nestled In a spray! of diamonds GET AN APPETITE II,
Coca-Cola Friday and constituted a
enjoyable party songs
OUR CUSTOMERS I that has caused so much I
morning at the home of her parents profitable service. 'Mrs. Young
y '
speculation along Call St. in recent And Build Up Your Nerves With The
D?. and Mrs. W. E. Mld also conducted a quiz, taken from I
weeks .
W. Madison St. the magazine, "Women and MIs-
Effective July 5 Circumstances Force Us dleton on
Shasta daisies and roses com- sions", and the quiz was on the
To Change Our Cab Rates posed the attractive decorationsIn Philippines and West Indes. The Spotted an' Jotted: Lu RobIn-
son sporting a lovely orchid cor-
the living room and on the next social meeting will be with

Single Passenger 25c Anywhere In Starke screened porch. Ref r eshments Mrs. T. N. Kendrick, with Mrs. sage room' Lester Monday-a(still telegraphic in England)gift on Vita thene
served buffet style in the M. Davis at leader.
were Ellery
x Two Or More Passengers 15c Each their wedding anniversary .
dining room where the long table Per Bottle
Maurice Edwards back from Nas- $1.00
Anywhere In Starke wa gay with a central bowl of Birth AnnouncedMr.
sau (the Island not Nassau I
roses and daisies, balanced by
candles in crystal holders. The and Mrs. E. P. Mathewsof County) wearing one of those
handsome Panama hats that the
hostess, assisted by her mother, Valdoata, Ga., announce the I
Starke Taxi Service natives down that ,
Mr. W. E. Middleton, and Mrs. birth of a son, Leaton Aaron, on weave way '
Dick John to Blan-
St. reporting Koch Store
E. I* Matthews, served refreshing June 16, 1943. Before her mar- I Drug
Wednesday in spite of a
Phone 150STARKE ding
Coca-Colas, open-faced sandwichesand riage Mrs. Mathews was Miss
t1r beautiful case of mumps .
cookies. :,Emmalyne Morgan, daughter of
Chester cbeckln' out
This morning party. was enjoyed Mr. and :Mrs. Leaton U. Morgan McKinney

,,by fifteen guests. I of Starke.,
: a. I -

W Carolyn Callstreet

'},r FLA

yell, folk If you don't believe showed, signs of being Just a wee
money talks,Just stroll down bit nervous while waiting i'n the

Sun. Mon. Tues. --- July 4-5-6 Call Street some pay-day night vestibule to march down the

What a whale of a differ aisle -. Afterwards she breathed .You can spot it ,
ence a little currency makes! a sigh of relief an' confessed,
Tuesday night (day 'fore pay- "It wasn't half as bad an .
SOMEONE TALKED day) you could almost have hearda thought It would be!" time

pin drop Khakilads had every
long since squandered their last Seems the marriage was the
greenback and storekeepers were culmination of ai romance that be- -..

"' beginning to stand in doorways gan several years ago( when. EVERY woman in the new Marine Corps Women's
lr. "- with that forlorn end-of-the- Gloria attended finishing schoolin releases a trained Marine for com
,o( month look4 But Wednesday Washington and the young
,, 1t.', i" night everything was changed man Involved was a student at bat duty. But before they do that they must

Money was talkin' loud an' the U. ,of.Maryland i. Shouldbe themselves, undergo training so rigorous that
fast and everybody else was try- 'very happy those two, and
l fi'f In' to out-talk it Every kind they're starting out In possession regular rest periods are allowed them. That's

't of language heard-from the lan- of nome very Interesting looking when the call goes up,for ice-cold Coca-Cola
% tJ guage of love to some that would (from the standpoint of size)
for the pause that refreshes.
Hardly bear repeating in this department checks, which I glimpsed among

Yes Money the other gifts "on display ,
talks In fact, It often even Musn't forget to mention that Ice-cold Coca-Cola does more than just

double-talks around Starke these Gloria's mater, Thelma Mendoza, quench thirst. It brings a pleasant after
w.,;;. strange days '. shared pulchritudInous honors
sense of refreshment. You feel it and welcome
,..\;.- with her daughter and never look-
!_>** And now that .','e done my phil- ed more striking than In her gownof it. Made with a finished art,

osophizing for the week, let's navy blue lace, with which she Coca-Cola- has a taste all its own. DelicU '
get down to the serious businessIn wore accessories of heavely blue
10,000 strong thay Mt out under sealed hand Must tell you about and a corsage of delicate pink ous! Satisfying! There's an extra some

orders-destination unknown-yet the fabulous wedding cake that carnations and tube ,roses thing of goodness about it. You know

very man faced) the danger of death I drew the so many reception oooohs following an' ahhhhsat the ntliripM-d the'.,.Wcul.vwrd Rltches from experience that the only thing

+ -Imperiled In the greatest mystery'of Johns-Greene nuptials las' week -N. T. an' Betty back In town like Coca-Cola Is Coca-Cola itself

this war. No man was disloyal 1 t ""Twas fashioned by Hender< after a, brief honeymoon spent

no man'knew enough-but the word son's of Jax'ville and instead of down Tampa way Hear they
the customary ,bride .an' groom, gave Clarence an' Clara Mae
of a gossip, the boast of a braggart, i 'twas topped by a heavenly wed Hoppe a buzz while there and

a romantic tryst, marked these men for ding bell made of real lace, they all got together for a very
starched stiff and sugared over ,enjoyable foursome All of
almost certain destruction.How?Why
.: with confection Truly an which reminds ,me-I still have it
amazing display of culinary art! wunnerful memories of that
i 'Your throats will grow dry with tin-' .. From your seat inside the divine punch (methinks 'twas the

pens os single facts ,casual clues, church at the wedding, you would best I ever tasted) served at the

and become never have dreamed that Gloria reception following Betty and
r7 i .; grow and take shape a

r deadly weapon In the hands of a

venomous enemy I { d

1EXToSKINi } : (;' rya g 5

r A couple of
Th.f. the
way to make a friendly
i moment refreshment time. I I

+ ..
....., ,
_ ; ; nun M!mm n J. EDGAR HOOVER ratio c i tla It's natural for popular name to acquire friendly F s ,

*UWVHI4I WIMM bbrevUrton.. That'
,MasaAneMS why you hear Coca.Cola

x; -Also- called Coke.Both mean the came thing.."COIl1o

InK from a ilngle source,ant well known ti

Tommy Tucker and Orchestra community.' to the

__ I The best is always the better I b1a0rrllD


'Fnuichlne Bottler Pepsi-Cola Bottling Co.. of Jacksonville -COLA BOTTLING COMPANY



r- ThITS of LOCAL NEWS L. C. Ray of Lakeland Is here1'ling She has just completed a I Junius M Smith, who was (Mitch) Edwards arrived In ,
visiting his sisters. :Mrs ..1.V.. six-month nurses' training courseat upending a vacation In Hot Starke Wednesday for a visit ;
--- White Misses Olive and Amelia I the University of Indiana Springs Ark., was called home at their respective homes before
L. Rosier, Mr. amt Mrs Ray. Mrs. Ray Is vlsitng rela- Medical Center, and returned this week because 'of the serious reporting to MacDIll Field, Tampaon
and lofrs. Robert who have 'worth have F. C. Rollings- Mrs Effle Johns spent last Fri- the in Jacksonville but will be Tuesday night to Riverside Hos- Injury of R. A. Weeks, Mrs July 9. Both officers are bombardiers I''
residents as their guests their in f
starke and at day Gainesville shopping. here in a few days. pital, Jacksonville, where she will Smith's father, In an automobile in the Air Corps and have
daughter, Mrs.
Hampton James L. Hair of
Ivlng at several months, Miami. A. J. Thomas spent last Friday Mr. Lois Johns and nieces become a graduate nurse on Sept. accident Friday. just completed advanced training I
for the Starke past recently and Wanted: Clean cotton ruga. Notrou.ers In Jacksonville attending t h eState Misses! Marguerite and Georgia 10. Lt. AI Kay Carlisle and Lt. Wm. I at Carlsbad Field, New Mexico. i '
to Conference of Circuit Court Gilpin, returned last week after
the farmr No '
like home on buttons.Bradfordcounty I
shell James Clerks held at 1 h Mayflower: spending sometime in Senath, Mo.,
Roger's father Telegraph it Hotel. :
visiting relatives.
Ralford. Mr. Rosier is Mrs. Pauline Torode and :Mrs. "
at I local Postofflce clerk. J. W. Andrews, Jr., left Tuesday :Mrs. Effle: Johns had as her Mrs. K. Q. Duncan and her /
er the time been more for Dothan, Ala., where they will guest last Sunday her mother, guest, Mrs. Roy Smith of Tennille,
1'1'' I lia*for thOMe .It'Nlrlng a make a brief visit I i with Mrs. Mrs Minnie McCutcheon and her Ga., spent yesterday visiting Capt.and P1rittaro please. .

ane,,liy land. to build. I Torode's daughter, :Mrs. R.V.. sister, Mrs. Jerry Gross. Mrs. !of. M. :McMillan: at

I.to few'l lots for sale reasoned Sturges, and bring her and her Mrs A. E. McKinney had as Penney Farms.Thomas "
l Ion |e n-n.. E. Knight. little daughter, Mary Sue to ,:her guest Monday her slster-ln- G. RItch, son of Mr. *we've a war to win"C
"'III. 7-Z 4tp Starke for a visit. law, Mrs. L. O. Hazen of Brooker.' Carrie Hitch went to Atlanta, got
Mrs. George Manassa and her Ga., Wednesday to resume his
lovely baby daughter Cells, are medical studies at Emory Uni
her versity. Tommy has finished his );
visiting parents, Mr. and Mrs. S
W. G. Stringfellow, at the Florida second quarter in medicine and is /ll 'L 4 __z 1 _
A State Farm, and other relatives now numbered among Uncle j14' cc-S 7
in Starke. She will return Sam's men in the U. S. Navy.
R JJB BHBBWBMB" s ii MaMaBB HBsBMMMBRMMMBdnight I soon to her home in Atlanta, Ga., Miss Jane Elklns, who came _

Saturday Sun. Mon. Tucs.-July 4 t 5 6MS where her husband, Lt. George here to attend the marriage of her __
I Manama Is In the Signal/ Corps. schoolmate Miss Gloria Johns to
m niiiiinrtii mi ii irrrrrnTrrFrTTTi rTn orTirTnTrirTiTTiiT ni ii iiia ii nun mrran mi
>h." :Major Harold C. Wall stoppedfor R. 1Greene, Jr., returned to
xlr ti \ a brief visit with home folkson her home In Mount Carmel, 111., :J
ON THE SIDE OF LAW, his way to Tallahassee Monday the first of the week. While here _
Miss Elkins the
was guest of Mrs
ORDER. AND LOVE!IA1. / Never Iran the time lxen more T. J. Griffin and Mrs. Carrie
opportune for (hose desiring. a RItch. IM I Ii'
\ ..,Judge Joe': Grant and open M&I home to buy lands to build. I :Mrs. Dameron Black, who has
your /heart 'o a (grand guys! H. brings ; have a few Iota for sale reasonably spent several weeks here with her '; y i
laugh' and thrills Iran f Saw and on term*.-U. E. Knight mother, Mrs. W. n. Parks and
you battles/ crooks and l t St..rk*% .1... 7-3 41 p Dr. Parks, left Saturday for a return
o* ,
allows/; Mrs. May Dtckins, of Sanford, is trip to Montgomery, Ala.,
untangle, roma e' ...in a Kr.,nlut of
visiting in the home of Mr. and where Lt. Black Is stationed.Mrs. .
..n"inm.n', Frank Morgan 4 f o Mrs. W. L. Wall on Cherry St. B. A. Pope Jr., who has a1''dLtktIl Mah1,i Y + ,

of hit ball Miss Sharon Hall has returned been visiting her parents, Judge
home, after a three-weeks' visit and Mrs. A. Z. Adklna, returned tt'a
In Jacksonville with her aunts, Saturday to Auburn, Ala., where
h tiy
I Mrs. Tlllman Hutto, Miss Lecy Mr. Pope Is attending Alabama e .t
Denmark and Mrs. M. C. Wells. Polytechnic Institute. AMERICANS
The State Department of Educa- Mrs. T. T. Long and sons, Tom ARE
tion in Tallahassee announces thata and Dave, and Mrs F. H. Long
teaching certificate has been spent Friday in Jacksonville
I awarded to Mrs. Elsie Mae Ball Mrs. C. C. Mendoza and son,
iH on the basis of four years of college Clif, left yesterday for San An- 4J&L .AND THERE'S A REASON

work. tonia, Texas, where Lt. Mendoza
o : Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Hutto left Is stationed. While here Mrs. -

Thursday morning to spend a Mendoza and son were guests of
vacation with friends and rela- her parents, Mr, and Mrs. T, J. Our food may be stretched out these days min-fortified feeds, you're getting nutrition jJ

S* tives in Hamlet and Albermarle, Griffin. "r..l'
"\\ N. C., and Columbia and Orange- Mr. and Mrs L. E. Jordan and to share with the peoples of the United olus. *

G"\\ burg, S. C. Mr. Hulto has been son, Harold, of Oyeldo. were here
I with the Seaboard for the past last week attending the Rltch- Nations,but thanks to new scientific developments i
Iii I is America's biggest
Co.\\ I 33 years and feels that he deserves Greene marriage* While here Anheuser-Busch
.." ,.. t''' \\.. ctSfJ. the vacation.Mr. they were guest of Mrs. Jordan's in animal feeding, our feathered of vitamins for cattle and
-=- ;- ; and Mrs. Lambeth John- sisters, Mrs. T J. Griffin, Mrs. supplier yeast

s R t.a e No, ]T son of North Carolina left for Cturle RItch and Miss Annie and four-legged armies are being greatly poultry feeds. Our large-scale produo
; ,
rt tL New York this week. Mr. John- Darby.
i, asst son is planning to enter USO work Never has the time been more improved in quality and& propagation. don of natural vitamins is another l
&&> and has been stationed at the opportune for those desiring a
} ,.. gyp"l l I' USO-YMCA Unit In Starke fora home to buy lands to build. I achievement that resulted from years of

; two-weks' training period. He have a few lots for sale reasonably To tiny yeast cells goes much of the credit, work in
I JBTW will now attend a USO Training and on termit.-1>. E. Knight, research and laboratory producing

rna'.W School in New York and then be Starke, FI*. 7-2 4tp because brewer's yeast is the source of the theworld's
.-. placed with a USO Unit. Duringthe Mr. A. Z. Adkins, Mrs. Fred ;
short time the Johnsons were Guy and Pvt. A. Z. Adkins, Jr., feed ,
used mixtures.
-- vitamins
---- ..:..-- to fortify most .
-- in Starke they made many friends returned home the first of the' )
among the staff of the USO and week after spending! ten days at
l. Thurn.. DOUBLE FEATURE July 7-8 the Service men and civilians Jacksonville Beach. Now, when you eat meat raised on vitapopular x

"MY FRIEND FLICKA" visiting the building. Mrs. T. Frank Landrum was r!
Wanted: Clean cotton rug*. No called to Jacksonville last Friday
And"DESERT trousers No buttons.-Bradford because of the sudden death of -56 _

VICTORY" County Telegraph. tlMra. t her brother, John O. Rogers. She :D ueaser
Floyd Green, Mr. and Mrs. Is spending this week there with : "
Filmed by the British FJghth Army In North Africa snowing N. T. RItch went to Lake City her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J, F. .-- M..Mw..-..s... d' \.;: ,
the retreat of Rommel Wednesday morning to visit Mr. Rogers.

Green who is a patient in the Miss Virginia Sewell returned In addition to supplying the armed forces: with glider puts pun turret part and foodstuffs.Anheuier-
Veterans Hospital.Mrs. Wednesday after spending a Busch produce: materials which: go into the manufacture of: H Complex Viumin.Rubber Aluminum /
Tillman Hutto and baby month with friends and relativesIn Munitions Medicines Hospital Dice Baby Food Bread sad other Bakery Products: .
-RITZ- I son, Franky, and Miss Lecy Den Frostproof and Leesburg.Miss .
Batteries Paper Soap and Textile*-to name a few. I I"UW II
mark of Jacksonville are spending Marian Dowling was here I
July 4 5 a few weeks at the home of Mr. Tuesday for a brief visit with her Q19qA
Sunday Monday and Mrs. L. S. Hutto and family. parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Dow N ii I U 5 1 1 s U S C M S A I N T L 0 U I S
"THE GHOST BREAKERS" Miss Margie Middleton of Jack-
BOB HOPE PAULETTE GOD1>ARITu > sonville Is visiting her grandpar
cute Dr. and Mrs. W. E. Middleton. -
"day Wednesday July 7 8 .

"WHISTLING IN DIXIE" Mrs. T. J. Thomas of Valdosta.Ga. .
RED; SKELTON ANN RUTHERFORD ., is spending this week with TIP TOP SUPER k
her sister, Mrs. Bertha Pearce.
Miss Waver Davis returned
Sunday from a week's visit with

HAT SEZ: her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. C. 113 EAST CALL STREET, STARKE, FLORIDA
Davis in Moultrie, Ga.
After reading Carolyn Call- Miss Juanita Kalch, former em-
street butt week a friend of mine ploye in the office of County
wrote me that he knew Starke Agent L. T. Dyer, but now with FANCY BANANAS CELEBRATING JEWELL SHORTENINGt
wax crowded! but he didn't know the Union Terminal Warehouse t

3 condition were so bud I had to Co., In Jacksonville,.was a Starke POUND lOc OUR 12THANNIVERSARY 4 Ibs. 83cCRISCO f
In orderto
go to Hot Spring. Ark., visitor Saturday.
get a bath! Well, I do feel a Miss Daphne Norman went to

lot better folks, and Junlu. Smith. Richland, Ga., last Sunday to RED BLISS
la already two shades lighter now spend a week with her parents, I
that Borne of that Seaboard smoke Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Norman.Ira .
has been steamed away.- I still Shepherd returned to Griffin POTATOESPOUND STARKE
haven't got time to, be bothered Ga., Wednesday after a visit 3 Ibs. 74c
with ads, BO I'll tell you about, here with his parents Mr. and
another American Hero thin. week: Mrs. I. P. Shepherd. 6c We are deeply grateful for

the public: confidence and

' good will that has been GEM OLEO

AMERICAN* HEROES FANCY LEMONS shown to us during our 12 .

BY LEFF J years in Starke. We have PER POUND 20c
DOZEN 30c ever strived to merit this

trust realizing that without -, ._ .
the faith of the public.

TOMATOES our success here would not Velveeta I Cheese of' *.

.. have been possible. '

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1 TALL CAN lie Small Pkg. lie f 3 CANS 25c

4 )

Under the Rationing Program I PILLSBURY BEST FLOUR .
You are allowed 3 KELLOGG CORN FLAKES

Pairs ef Shoes Per Year.

Let Us Make Your Old 6 OZ. PKG..'6c 5 LBS: 37cBROOKFIELD

Ones Like New

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arm." E..t'1. .maw thai attar w..ndli.. ..a. .h. '..l" .....1.*.a.n.nanda. .. SHOE. SHOPArromm ...... POUND5LARGE
were withholding" their .... ..In* th. lnj.r.. ...1011.. for bait -n il """' From Park T" BAR 8c
18'I l aid.{ lib .'....1' ..... int. 1'....*. Y.t ..ai. and again. n. ...pt ed
"'?.' *'.<.. mco* .....n.1d nmrad.' mil .. 'I.'* the J.P'iJTa.h.m.Ep'Ie M/mia
"Tk"l kid .. ..,. alin. d.rermlad .
war h. .t. hi. .mmand.r ; :
Ar..a karU War Bond .. dcMrailMdlrTSternberg's' tw"'teK. kI GOOD HOUSE BROOM SAUSAGE, AAA GRADE /

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EACH 79c

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:. I 1SRADPORIOOhVTY. Colorado
RAGE SEX i:* rlnrt'IT. FLOH1I COIIBT.>"I IV (.'..AN-, requVed." ulorada
Ji ij Mrs. W E. Malone. rlne Kelly of Plant City were Building Permits I C, *||' VDor' July Seth 184J. In 'e '!! .,
David Kelly Plaintiff ".. Edward ed I Court and eau.Vthbl. "
Butler visit visiting Mr. and Mrs. Walton I ""
I It Florida State Farm News Ira Young of Lake Mr. and Mrs. M and Miss Mamie Kelly last week City Clerk Carl Johns on June- Walton Defendant. Case No. County tiff seek Telegraph divorce., II ..tPe e..
his I
: I ed parents to L. F. Dinkins a permit shall }
f Issued Order In
Jf t ,' Monday. Mrs. W. R. Wood and eon Cecil 26 10x14 feet 2039.OTtnETt OP PUBLICATION Wltn"next four 0ullhl"
& D. Young bathroom mv hand pj"kit,
visiting Mr to add a ANT NOTICE TO APPEAR "" ,
from Jacksonville after After having been detained al of Jacksonville are at Cherry and STATE OK FLORIDA to: Edward at Starke Florida. t rh1. ,'un.'II'p '"
his property
iII Bou\'ler to 1943.
Icy E. It. of and Mrs. H. M. McRae. Walton whose legal! residence In I It!
? visiting here for a week. home for four months because Miss Luclle Crosby spent last tI Jefferson streets. 324 Tremont Street, Colorado
INFORMAL: PARTY Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Turney and serious Illness, Mrs W. E. FeogkIn as Springs Colorado: and. whose Present All "'r1< 'al 1to.,
Green Cove Springs Walton olo
week ire, !
; Mrs. C. M. Turney entertainedat little daughter, Joanna, were able to resume work at Slam (I guest of Rev. and Mrs. W. E, TRAIN SCHKDULE: railroad Ad< shops s Is Chlranro. Hock Island Knight. &: Knlghl(', yFertdl' ( I.QAtty" \
bridge Friday honoring her week-end guests of Mr and Mrs. ding SouthboundNo. and Pacific Railroad Company tor Pit k.! :

sister, Mrs. J. P. Hendrick of Ft. C. M. Turney. Thornton Randall of Hartford Hall.Mrs. little : 107-055 A. M. kt
7 1 Lauderdale. Mrs. Hendrick won J. G. Culdwell and daughters Conn., was a week-end guest ol Eunice Box' and :No 131-11:15: P. 1>1.
( b(, high, Defense Stamps, while Mrs. June and Frances: visited Mr. Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Randall. daughter Joan of Jacksonville with her No. 111:40: P. 1\\[. SEA FOODS CHICKEN DINNERs
: received a whisk- Caldwell's parents at Ocklawahaover spent last week ,here
""y'14 + T. M. Connors Mrs. I* O. Sheffield and Mrs. NorthboundNo.
broom as consolation. After the .the weekend.Mr. L. It. Bristol returned Saturday father, David Kelly.A. 2-4:46: A. M. STEAKS CHOPS
games an iced course was served. and Mrs. U A. Wigginswere from Tallahasaue. Mrs. Sheffield J. Harnage and daughter, No. 192-3:21: A. M.
ilti. 7 I called to Jacksonville Monday Thursday to the home GeraldIne. of Miami' spent the 1:15 P. M. (Petersburg,
will return No. 32-
d9d; t, s 4, Dr. Marion Hay of of Dr Washington and Mrs. because of the serious Illnessof of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. week-end with Mr.. x and: Mrs. B. M. Va. and beyond) TEMPTING, TASTY. SANDR'1CIiESDELICIOUS
D. C., Is the guest HOME: MADE
Ida B. Maxwell Mrs.Wiggins' McRae.Mr. PIES
I C. Poynter In Elrod, Ky. jjo. 44-2:30: P. M. (Peterburgr
R. P Stubblns.Bristol Is spending theweek mother. Mrs. Bryan Lieut. and Mrs. Jaa. L. Cooper,, I and Mrs. T. N. Norman Va. and beyond) .-
in Tallahassee In the interest Whitfield and Helen Whltfleld Jr., guests of Dr.-and Mrs. Hem- and little son, Gerald of Gum :No. 108-6.05: P. 1\\[.
6 "tK I them for a shopping Branch were visiting Mr. and
accompanied to Montgomery .
brec, gone
Parole Board. I
tii of the expedition. Mrs. H. M. McRae Sunday after A & A LUNCHEONETTEIn
k"1 Rlcharde has re- .
Mrs. H. M. '
B. Hershffeld and Mrs Ala.Mrs.. J. C. Smith and Mrs. W. iv ('IItl'11'r col it r. sue UWOICIJ
I noon.Mrs. rt i\n, pi.oiiiuti i>
Bldg. Starke I
left Wednes- Park Theatre
David Skolnick left Monday for N. Fish and children are visiting Vesta Myrick CKIIV.Alia Florida
YOU CAN GET i\ New York City-the former to Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Randall. day for a visit with her husband OaudloKo. Plaintiff, vs. Andrew -
'< visit her children!\ indefinitely and :Mrs. Madge Bozarth has returned Pvt. Robert Myrlck, at Jackson, .So. 2547 T UuudlOHO, Defendant Case ..
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: REAL RELIEF Mrs. Skolnick to meet her husband from her vacation spentIn Miss.Miss ortnnn OF T'tIRLI\TION +----- -----t
; Nelletha Lavender of Bell NOTICE! TO APPEAR
Pvt. Skolnlck, who has a Tennessee and Ohio.
,IG fa ACIDINDIGESTION i fifteen day furlough. They will Gardens. Calif., is visiting relatives T STA'1 Oaudlono'E OP, FI.OUIDA whose residence to: Andrew. lit Prompt Service Careful Driven I
and friends here. end hone preHnnt Address -
then proceed to Ft. Sill, Okla., LEVEL
PINE "I\l: PFC. Andrew T lauilloHo,
where he Is now stationed, Mrx. II. M. :McRae :.Irrl Regulating t Uroup tiarincks'
J. L. Robinson left Tuesday on Ily Alderman Sells Zee, lo'OI't Hamilton, New York.

a business trip to Miami.Dr. The people In this section have July You 2mh.are 1M requited:,, In the to above appear mimed on- Starke Taxi ServicePhone
tI J. M. Hembree spent Mon- very grand crops and gardens Mr* and Mrs. T.: J. Alderman Court and taue, wherein plHln
day in Ocala. and the ladles are all very busy recently sold f&ur'acres of timber of tiff Maiden Keek name divorce Ttradford and restoration County
Miss Lorene Rhoden of Waldo canning vegetables. land to Columbus Chambers colored Telegraph] hull publish thin Order 150
spent last week with Mrs. A. C. Pvt. Robert Myrlck of Jackson, who expects: to clear the In next four my, hand weekly und IKHIIPHWltnenii official. seal I
Davis. Miss., spent several days herewith land for farming 'purposes and I at .Starke Florida, this June Wh
Carpenter's Drug Store Gwendoline and Jean Betts have relatives last week. He also build a home there. The propeityIs 1943. A. J. Thoman. Day Night
returned to their home In Bain- visited his mother Mrs. Susie located about two and a half A* Clerk of paid Court
bridge Ga. Locke at Lake Geneva. miles east of Starke on the old I Knlirht &: KnlghtFStrarksLFkrI.IaAttys )
Mrs. W. D. Newton and Mrs.J. \ Barry Kelly and daughter, Cor- Starke-Theressa road. for Plf. 11-25 4t 7-li
P. Hendrick of Ft. Lauderdale ,
I mother and sister of Mrs. C. M. .
the : Turney are visiting her. They

:will I av3 Wednesday for Knox- .. ,. .,
ivllle, Tenn. .....>.,-.-i...-. -- :r : (<';-d'' ,5.v

Mr Harvey Starling and ..

/ ; Dr. Max Shane I'Graham daughter, ,are Miss visiting Myrtle Mrs.Thomas A. C.of
I TO Payroll

1 Optometrist I o Davis.H. L. Williams left Tuesday to : Every on a f'

...y--L.rr1.. visit his son. L. S. John Williams

,me If with your examine glasses eyes.them you bother need and you fit them.you lee In Roberta Miss St.the Petersburg Phyllis week-end Whitfield Hazen for guest who the of returned of Brookerwas week.Miss FROM: The Secretary of the Treasury

30,yean experience. with her to visit for the week. "
t and Sundays by appointment.TELEPHONE Mrs. J. M. Hembree has returned :
S-4S7* from a visit with her
Mrs. E. L. Williams at
mother. ,
401 Tempi* Theatre Building I Wewahltchka.Miss SUBJECT : The New Pay-As-You-Go Methodof
Corner Main and Monroe Streets Bobby Malone of Lee and

ii JACKSONVILLE 1 FLORIDA I 1 I Mary Dell and Raymond Webb of Collecting Your Income Tax
I Lake Wales are visiting Mr. andII1i.

'. Starting July 1st, both your Income and Victory Tax will be collected dependents), waich: Is deducted from the $3,000 you earn before

y,. ,% "WARTIMEHEALTft I by an entirely new and more convenient method. your tax is computed. You are thus paying tax on $1,128 of which
employer will withhold 20%, or $225.60 for the year. There
Under the old system, you were obliged every March 15th to pay your
CARE either the full tax for the previous year, or a quarter of that amoun*. fore in your pay envelope, after July 1, you will! receive about

I71r! :Under the new system, you will keep paid up from month to month. $4.40 less each week.

After July 1st, your employer is obliged by the new law to with- In March, 1944, when you ordinarily would lie faced with'paying
{ BECINSAT hold every month a part of your wages and turn the money into the taxes on your 1943 income,you will file a return showing how

1 ... United States. Treasury as payment on.yevr Income and Victory you have already paid, and how much your total tax actually
amounted to. If,by that time,you have already paid more than your

fJ.i'. I HOME"SAYS I .Tax.Of course, die amount that your employer withholds will depend actual tax due, you will be given credit for the difference. If you

p upon your pay and your exemptions. But this is the important point: owe more than you have paid you will pay the difference.

For most of us, the amount withheld over a year's period will add Since this plan starts July 1, many wonder what happens to the

up to the same that we're paying now-plus or minus a few dollars. tax payments they will already have made by that time-on March

At the end of the year,we may owe the Government a few dollars 15 and June 15.

or the Government may owe us. (See the tables below.) For a great majority of people, here is what happens" Your

You may have heard 20%/ mentioned as the proportion of your 1942 income tax is "forgiven" (either all, or most of it). The March

THE OFFICE OF CIVILIAN DEFENSE wages that will be withheld. Actually, this is incorrect. To figure the and June installments which you originally paid on that 1942 income

amount that will be withheld take your total wages and subtract tax are credited, instead, as payments on your 1943 tax. With the

r,. Today your health Is a national asset and Its your allowance for exemptions and allowance for dependents; result that on July 1st with the year half gone, :you have already

i care begins at home. Illness slows down production 20%/ of this leaser amount is the total that will be withheld. paid> tax on that half-year's income. In short, you are "paying as

1 lowers efficiency and uses up the Now please remember this: You must claim those exemptions to you go."

time and skill of doctors and nurses who are take advantage of them. Before July lit, you must file with your There Is one thing more. Since this pay-as-you-go method leaves

urgently needed for war service. So check up employer an Exemption Certificate. If you do not do this, your emyou just aa.much of your net income as_you had before you will

1 on your family health regularly says theY ployer will have no choice but to deduct 20% of your full pay check. probably find it possible to at least maintain. your. present rate of

o.C.D"s "Citizen's Handbook for War." Here is how the new tax collection method will works Let's say'' buying War Bonds. Do this by all means!

AND HOMES UNITARY.RAI CLiNC. USY-TO-CUAN you are a working! man earning $3,000 a year" ; that you are married, Taxes alone will not bring! to the Treasury. ty enough money
Hosrnnu "
a *
MOIO-CIOSS WALlS AM TIll ORDER Of THE DAY and have two children. to finance the great invasion war that lies ahead. The war needs

First of all, as a married man you are allowed a personal withholding every cent of your money that does not go for the necessities of life.

Lowe Brothers Per Gallon exemption of $1248, plus an exemption of $312 for each

dependent other than your wife). This makes a total exemptionof

MELLO-GLOSS $O.50 l $1,872 ,($1,2 $ for yourself and :wife, plus $624 for your two 'hi Q.t..}.



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\ And Bradford County:

Wouldn't you like the thrill of working reporting. by flash phone calls the
/ "l I wish I to evpress my appreciation I I to
1t directly with the Army of guidingour flight of every plane.
the business firms of Starke for their sup
4 c/ fighter pilots to annihilate anyone* literally these men and :women port in making this pane possible!' an effort
\ my planes that may come? Observers are the nerve system of to secure volunteers for the Increasingly f
/ That's the job of civilian "spotters" our military offense and civil defense important Ground Observation Corps
/4 That's a Job you can perform -vital. Join in this important work now. of the Aircraft Warning Service.
essential in aiding our Air Forces in. .
The time has
come when it Is necessary
j I 1 the defense of our shores. to make the Starke Observation Post f
On Observation Posts everywhere a full-time station, 21 hours a day. Your
the Army Air Forces Ground Observer help is needed in this' effort and I appeal to
Corps is on guard day and night you to offer your services immediately.

Sincerely, -
Grace Wood Wainwright,
THE ARMY AIR- FORCES Chief Observer. t ,'



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Priority On Many Of The Hard-To-Get We Will Appreciate A Visit And An .. SUPPLIES>> YOU OWE IT TO YOUR COUNTRY =
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and''l cause, whereinDlulutlff dance I I. FederaUburff, Maryland. } nenl at Slarke, Florida this June I 10 12'i Twp.' of 6 Lot tl. BY9 12 In K.Woodluwn, containing See.5 said name certiorate of \,. f "
named Court '
thla I "
j Florida, ,
fh Stork II
Meal at
less, In embraced .
tIFOnnIII': June 3l1th.< 1943.OFFICIAL seeks divorce. Bradfordt'ounty | You are required to appear on (oW'IAL SEAL A. J. Thomas, Acres under' .*.more.101 l Certificate or No. 109. .sjsfflA.-JTfsS.. th. ....
shall publish
I I ( XFJAK) A. J. Thom .a Telegraph August 2nd. 1943 In the abovenamed As 'lurk of mild Court. 1'1ot of SWiJ'Sec.: 12 Twp. "
Order In next four weekly I \ H\VJ-4 .. rtfi'oWV'TCr'J
1 Clerk of mild. Court. thlii wherein Slarke, Florida ; tbob
An I Court and cause K. K. Perymun : 22 E., containing 10 Acres, '
A. P. "Bhlrley plaintiff vs. Ellen Stark. Florida IHe I' 41 7-2 11'1.\ !t > ....
T. Frank r.andrum, vjtn"ell: plaintiff seek divorce. Bradfordi Atty. for Plf. 6-11 IH embraced underHuld 5 .
or lean
and'l official
O'Neal Hhlrley, efendant. 7-Z 4t 7-23 \ 1 my hand ''
ORDER\ OP" Pt'BLICATlOVANI Aty. for I'lf.. Meal at Starke Florida, this i I this'rrunTelegraph Order In next hnll four weekly APFI.irTIOFOH I Certificate No. 125. j Federal Unless. .. i''tank';'" a'nua"
OK ,.
,4 NOTICE TO APPEARHTATK tflllfl IT f.O..r. IlllDVOIII> Julv Int., 1913.OFFICIAL I iMHUe ISOTUH NIL of SEIof: SWU GI1R.ofR y., "' ,''
i ( REAL) A. J. Thomas TAX DEED 10 Sec. 20 Twp.I 23 redeemed "-"' latP' ,
1A 1'111- Acres
t OF\ FLORIDA to: Jo II..nO'N..al 1'411'VTI'. Ir..IIU Maid Unurt. I Witness. hand and official senate 11111 1r.. 1":1)! properties. k''
An Clerk of I my ( ., containing 10 Acres, more or des> 'mT, I I"old
Y Uhlrley, whose address andresldoncn Ham'J.( '" "Y.. Plaintiff. vsMarKaret William P. Morgan, Jarknonvlll. I Heal at Market Florida, this 1 NOTICE 1:1 HUKEBY (1IVFNThat ,I6.less IK embraced under said Certificate to the hln-h.. ,f. h'""I "
I Is 1'. o. Hox 403 Myrtle Schnelti-r.C Krhnelter, DefrnditntCase Flu.. Atty. for Plf. 7-2 4t 7.23 Julv 1st, 1943. I K M. Packham holder of No. 101. Courthouse dorn, > ': "i'J'
{ f .,; Bench. Houlh Carolina. I (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. ThomasI Tax Certificates Numbered respectively day In the clout I.i' II
4 You are required to appear onAugust : No. 2SS4. I I Cleric of said Court.William Number 78 Issued the 7th., I The assessment of said property which III the 2".... J: \
2nd. 1943 In the above I ORDER OF PfBLICATIOMANI ix. rmrriT rni IIT. u.-olln D. Morgan, Jacksonville." I" day of August 193: Number IOU, tinder said certificate Xo. 78 wa A. D. 1943.I dll) ulAi II
; I' ', rained Court and cause wherein > NOTICE TO AI'PEAItMar (')! vn. FLORIDA tll.VtC'KMV. .- Fla. Atty. for PlfT 7-2: 4t 72Jiv lOJ and 125 Issued the 2nd, day In the name of Carl Becker; the I Dated thlll 1st. It
,+ plaintiff; sake divorce anl no otherrelief. STATE OF FIX>RII : ------' I of September, 1 A40; and Number asseestnent of Maid property under 19 des) .t lair
: w Bradford County Teliwraphxhall Karet L. Hchnelter whose residenceIs Mary I Ernest:* r Plaintiff. VK. rinrrrr f01/ltTr nil*"FOHIOIM'MTV. > 151 Issued the 2pd. Ainfiint, Maid certificate. No. 108 was In the (OFFICIAL REM.I 1
: publish this Order In next 304 Carrie Avenue, New i'hll- Charles Extler, defendant.CHH FLOHII1AI f.M CHA.NfKIIY. 1 37. has filed mafn my office name. of JII,... TervHMu Becker thaMHiHMment I C'lerk Circuit A J'
Ohio. .. No. 2561.OHDElt -1 for Tax. C""rl
four weekly |HHU .H.Witness I ladelphla and ban made application of sold property under County Florldn M
hand''l and official. I You are required to appear on OF1 PtTBLlr-ATIOX Velma Dunlavy. Plaintiff, vs. Harry Used to be Issued. thereon. +'= ;:
Rent! at SUarke.my Florida t hi.I IS9th 'August 2nd. IW43' In the above ANn NOTICE TO APPEAR Dunlavv. Defendant: .! Vo x47,. I I Said certificates. respectively. embrace :! .
If, I I t named Court and cause wherein STATE OF FLORIDA to: ChanceErnest ORDER OF PUBLICATIO the following e. ,
+, itt of June 1943. lllira.r{ d
Bradfordi fJHtI..r. whose rewldence' In +
plaintiff seeks illvorce. AND NOTICE: TO APPEAR erties I In the County I reeNW/c. .- .COO.OOO y
OFFICIAL BAL) A. J. ThomasAs shall Ilublllhthlll Falrvlew Avenue, Boonton New 4e.pa.a
( i County Telegraph STATE OF "FLORIDA: Harry State of Florida I, .
Clerk of said''l Court. Order In next tour weeklyIsHiien. Jersey Dunlavy whose reeldence. la Un I I WYi of Lot 9 In Woodlawn Sec. 3I
t Eso. Atty.for You are required to appear oniKimt 10 Twp. 1R.\ It. 22 E:., containing
John J. Henderson and' ,", 2nd. 11M3. In the above known. embraced pnu.
han.T 1U1S
7.2 4t 7-23 Witness my offlcl..l1 5 Acres more or less I I. rritan ,
You are required to appealon '
rif. seal. at Hturke" Florida. this named Court and cause, wherein No. 78. ''
.. July 12th.. 1943. In the above named under said Certificate I I '; .:
-- 30th, day of June 1043.IOMFICIAI.Achelerk Plaintiff nook djvorce., Bradford KV of Lot 9, All Lots 10. 11 lit .
'fir ; ,, t1 IN C-IIICIIT PLUIIIII.1(orHT. HBDKOHIfOI 1% .......!::11. : of J. Thoma Telegraph nhnll publlxhthlH Court seeks and divorce cause Bradford wherein County plaintiff Wtj o* Lot 13 In Wood lawn Sec. 10 I I .. : ?
\1'Y. said Court. Order In next four
t.,' t t.:UY. I IS. H. Harrison, Jacksonville I Florida UMUOM.Wltne. weekly Telegraph shall publish thin. OrderIn Acr Twp... 6 more S. R.or 22 I.K.....,.. containing I H embraced 80 / ;';: h"::'i:
ta'' / Walter Allen Johnson plaintiff VP.U Atty. for Plf. 7-2 It 7.23 ... my hand''l and''l official next four weekly Issues.Wltneee official under said Certificate No. 10S.ad. I .. ,.
? __ hand and
___ my
'' Anna Laura Johnson Uefenilunt.Case seal nt Piarke. Florida this I .
t No. 2538.ORDER IN (.....T.T < <>! IIT, nii4i>Fom> JulY 1st., 1943.OJo'FICIAT. .. ...... ......,_ ,- ... .. './ -
""- TT "'-
:* ( SEAL) A. J. ThomasAn q
OF PUBLICATION (,411 %T%. FLOIIII/II I'M tllHarr'y 00 .
APPEAR ( Eli"'. Clerk of said Court.
y', i yl STATE ANIOTIC'I';OF FLORIDA: to: Anna Wallace Jr., Plaintiff vs. William n. !Morgan Jnoknon vlll", EVERY BRANCH OF
+ { r Laura Johnson whuee residence let Isohel. Wallace. Defendant. Case Fla. Atty for Plf. 7.2 4t 7.23
y+ S till Unknown.You are. required to appear on No. OHI.tR 2502.;: OF PfBLICATIONANI NOTIfR TO eJIEDITORC YOU CAN'T LOSE YOUR CASH IN
t I I
Aii rist( 2nd. 1114.1.\ In the above NOTICE TO All persona having claim or .. -
3 homed Court and cause, whrrrlovd'r STATE: OF FLORIDA to: IsohelWallace mandx against the estate of William !)
'( t plaintiff seeks divorce Bradford whose residence Is 170 rialln late of the County and
County Telegraph. shall publish I Kant Post Road, White Plains Neware State of New York. are hereby notified nJul'ance'H. SAFEST OF. ALL FORMSYou I
*hls Order In next four weeklyWltnes York. '1 and required to file theleHalm
..,, I I You required to appear. onAugust .* In the office of the County
my hand. and official 2nd. 1941, In the Illu"j.Ji .11I<''I..e of Bradford County Florida,
don't lose if i lose
your money even you
/ In the Courthouse at Slarke Florida your American
I' within eight calendar month Express Travelers Cheques. Here's why:

./j.Ji t6-M.. 'i" r..1N'tl' {: CLASSIFIED ADS I from of the thin date notice of the or the first same publication wIlth..om. C. WALL 1 You sign each cheque when you buy them. You

; i June .29,void 1943.' ''I Recording: to law Thl countersign them when you spend them.

KLKA 1'1' A UN'. 2 If lost or stolen your money is refunded promptly.

++ {1 LOST--Industrial Trust Co., passbook I LOST-bill fold containing about and Anclllnrv''l Testament Executrix of William of Last Balln Will d 3 Spendable like cash anywhere..

No. 15,252.: Return to $15 and Important papers and deceased.t AgencyConstant Issued in denominations of $10. $20. $50 and $loo. Cost
) Ernestine B. McRae Starke name Juanita Kalch.: Return to niirriT rornT. nntnmnnrofWTV. 75t per $'00. Minimum cost 4Ot for S1O to $So. For irleu
of G' Fla. Reward. Itp Union Terminal Warehouse Co., FI.OHIIJAl l\. CIIAIVCKRV. Service Over 50 Years Banks, Express Offices and many Railroad Stations.

'.4 .l N. Jacksonville, or to the Tele Mnrtln Rementer Plaintiff v.*. '
I FOR SALE One thoroughbred graph. Reward. Itp dant.:Mildred Case Lofland No. 25AO Ronujntor, Defen AMERICAN EXPRESS

Duroc boar, about 5 months old. ORDER OF PI'RLIC'4'1"n1'1 j' Please Phone 116
Fine breeding __ CHEQUES
houses or 8TATR!] OF FLORIDA to: Mildred *- -
N. D. Lifting on apartments,
near Hellbronn Springs- Lofland Hementer whose re..l..
Walnwrlght.. Itp home for rent, located within 20
mile of Starke

i FOR RENT-Vacant store and 119 East Call Street

M4: living(: quarters, good location. W. T. CLUTE, Realtor e
Two months free rent If taken
Immediately.-Apply 201 Temple NOTICE-I will not be responsiblefor
Ave. Itp any debts other than my
( own. Lindsey Grlffls. 7-2 3tp

+ LOST One light red heifer
I LOST-Wallet with permanent
'' from New River. Marked crop '
) to Camp Blanding. Finder
I ;' t underblt ataplefork underbit pass please return to Gertrude Vogel !
,, I branded U. Will pay to locate jfgg1JIMl
General Delivery Starke Fla. ii4fj
her.Fla.-C. C. ,Wynn Hampton 6-114tp Itp

N CHUFA SEED for sale $7.50: bu.

WANTED-Old phonograph rec- -L. J. Wynn, Hampton Fla.
Ofirj.: 3c per lb. None with Itp
+ paper. Phone 179 Pal Music
Co.. Staike Fla. tf NUW!; HAMPSHIRE baby chicks ,
for sale.-E. E. Wasdin 3 mI. %

(north of Waldo on Road 13.

1, milk cows mock cows beef cattle 7-2 4tp : e tw'ee

stock bulls or hogs get In NEVER HAS THE TIME been

;'?, ,: touch with J D. Odom Jr., more opportune for those desiring / / ..
Box 247 Starke; Box 204 Lake a home to buy lands to T

City; Telephone 481 Lake City. build. I have a few lots left

t;:' ,l Auction market every Tuesday, for sale reasonably and on

.: ; tel'ms.-D. E. Knight Starke ,
day Palatka. 2 P M. 1-6-44 Fla. 7-2 4tp




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CONWAY, Agent There are two-ways to expand your red There are plenty of nutritious foods 'ides-complete
high-quality proteins
Temple Ave Starke, Florida stamp's worth of meat into delicious, ,
that are not rationed. All of them go B vitamins and minerals.
flavorful meals. You can extend the.

meat with other foods-you can;extend with meat-combme in tasty, tempting If
your quantity of meat is small,
the meat flavor to other fOOdS.> blends of flavor. Add to them meat and

SCHOOL MEETINGWill *K V use it as a flavor food, to add to other

Either.way, y/iu're'doiiigyqur! :,*family,,,a: you have their nutritive values plus dishes and make them. more interesting

good turn. / the important essential which
... meat proand. 'Varied.
All The Patrons Of Starke School .

Who Are Interested As To Whether ......

This School Should Open August 2nd FOR BETTER

Or September 6th, Please Meet With FOR BETTERNUTRITION

Us At The Courthouse Tonight (Friday FLAVOR

) At Nine O'clock P. M.


Extend your meat v :3e non-rationed/ foods A little' meat goes a long way when used.in such dishes;

S. A. WELDON. Meat Slews with vegetable Meat Curries I with rice as these

ORIE WIGGINS, noodles dumplings {Mash with potatoes and onion Meat sauce for spaghetti, macaroni. Julienned meat (thin strips) in green

Trustees. noodles rice salads

Meat Pies with vegetables Meat Soups with vegetable Diced bacon in vegetable chowder Bacon squares or salt pock in cream

biscuit crust barley Salt pork in baked beans gravy with baked potato

pastry topping .. lh, race Ham bone in navy bean soupDried Ham bone in split pea soup

mashed potato topping b beef in a curry on rice Ham or bacon omelet
NOTICE TO FARMERS ONLYJULY Have tried these dishes
you meat Cubed beef liver in spaghetti Bologna in a noodle casserole
Meat Loaves with bread crumbs
Brains and scrambled eggs Diced ham in corn bread Dried beef in potato soup
cracker crumbs Pork liver loaf Diced
eland meat as stuffing for ham or bacon in peas or green
FIRST BEING TilE LAST DATE WE oatmeal Stuffed spareribs' potatoes. .beans

COULD ORDER HARDWARE ITEMS other cereals Braised ox joints with vegetable* tomatoes peppers, onions, eggplant Spanish rice

milk and eggs Ham and potato scallop Bacon bits in muffins or waffles&ett
;"'w LISTED UNDER GOVERNMENT ORDER Meat-filled biscuit ring with creamed
Meat Fettles with crumbs vegetables

r ,! PR 19, WE TOOK STEPS TO OBTAIN ALL mashed potatoes Ham shank and navy bean 6ecat m'_

THE ITEMS POSSIBLE BY PLACING OUR gravy ricassecdl.ambhearuwithvegetsbles.''
tomato sauce Braised short ribs with vegetables 6ec 4&f&grii&i; :

ORDER WITH SEVERAL LARGE JOB Pork liver and lima beans T :ee rac2'es
Most Casseroles with. vegetables: ,
Pork knuckles) and sauerkraut
HAS SOLD IN THE PAST, BASED ON Pork feet and green Onions;:: Green beans Biscuits

Meat Balls with spaghetti Kidney and scrambled eggs Sweet Lima beans
'A Potatoes
macaroni i Baked bacon squares and lima beans Tomatoes Shortcakes
L 'Rice
P BY W. P. B. WE WILL DO OUR BEST TO noodles Lamb riblets and green ""All'E aqe Potatoes Muffins
Stuffed lamb breast
Squash Onions Plain cakes
SUPPLY YOU WHAT YOU NEED WHEN Creamed Meats with toast ,,> Beef tongue and spinach *-AAS Dried peas Cookies
biscuits .H Chop sueyTamate To brown the Pie Crust
AVAILABLE. YOU CAN BUY UP TO $21 t com bread pie toast or stew meat for pot As the fat in tram sauces Griddle cake

I for meat or vegetablesVaBles
WORTH OF( OUR MERCHANDISE WITHOUT pastry shells Chili con came And when you've squeezed the last

10 turn in the waste fat for Uncle. bit! of good Out of the drippings be sure





Phone 77

t J. B. CARLISLE, Owner FloridaPAG5