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 9, 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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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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_Recreation Center and <' BRADFORD COUNTY Home of the I I

fffor Camp Blanding TELEGRAPH Sweetest This Side Strawberries of Heaven V

Official County Publication Established In 1877


Opening War Bond Sales Another Blackout --'Washout: Twenty New FHA Homes I'

Be Settled Fall ShortDuring '
Once again Starke has demonstrated its abysmal Announced For Starke

Tuesday ignorance $in matters of home defense- I

ext June Wednesday night under the critical eye of a Camp -

: Blanding colonel, we gave a perfect exariple( of one of
in the Uncle George Neal Must Be RentedTo
The! question uppermost Bradford County's June War our famous blackout-WASHOUTS! Changes MadeIn
Of most, patrons of the
tads Died Last Week"Uncle"
adtord: High isr Shall the I Bond sale shows* a serloul'short. At 9:35: p, M. Fire Chief n," C. Buford's telephonerangg

hwl: open SchOOl 2.i the time ai'etor th ,f.lrat ,time einca,Pearl and "he received the abrupt message: "Jackson War Workers i-
Board 'several Harbor! It : LineUpOf
J by the County lacked 14774.50 of ville-BLUE!I" ,

jonths ago, or September 7., the reaching its quota. of $49,200 icash"
Chief Buford immediately sounded the blue air
Its[ requested by many patrons value. Officials
Twell as the local school trusty Now, however raid signal-one steady two-minute blast on the fire TeachersThe SayAfter
sides have arguments as reported by
? siren.
the" Starke! .
Postofflce for Starke,
J their opinions,
However bolster the chief argument in Lawtey Brooke and Hampton, Theoretically every light in every home and every County Board of Public officials two of years the Federal of tussling with
and Housing
Ivor of the earlier date has al- Starke,by the the Florida Florida Theatre Bank and at business house in town should have been turned out. Instruction at its Mondays meet Administration, try I n g to con-

laiiy; been overcome. At a !special the Bradford County Telegraph, The city street lights should have been cut off. And Ing accepted the resignation of f t vince them of the serious short

>etlng called and\ held by the at local the schoolusteee court- $34,423.50 represents the cash the entire civilian defense set-up, from air raid war- one teacher In the Bradford age of living quarters In Starke, i

buss last Friday night, it was : value of bonds sold In June Ona dens to first aid workers should have swung into High School, granted a year's due ulation to the Incident sudden to Influx the establish-of pop-
quota of $49,200.
{ought out that the extra ex- deficit of S14.744.30. that leaves a leave of absence to two others, ment of Camp Standing in this
Even if the
Insa Involved In ,opening Brad- $5,006.13 in War Savings Stamps action.So what happened? re-elected one teacher and selected vicinity.'Starke has finally gottena
jrd High School at a different be Included ( three new ones for the term .a.tr' break. It has been assured,
and they are not
|In8 from the opening of the supposed to be counted the Practically nothing. 194344. both by Robert K. Crelghton of

her schools in the CountyId qypta), that would still on The reaction was about like this: One-third of the Atlanta Oa., Regional Represen
leave a Miss Daphne Norman
be aproxlmately $600. The shortage of $9,768.33.Farmers : populace ran out into the street askingl"Where's' the resignedas tative of the National Housing ?I
ustees and other Interested peens home economics teacher, and Agency, and M. K. Parrish of
\> have already raised the. full fire?" Others said, 'What's the matter with those Mrs. Eunice Searing and Mrs. ; .+" Jacksonville, State Director of

{mount to overcome this obstacle.A crazy galoots blowing the siren like that?" The remaining Dell Dowling were granted leavesof t, the Federal Housing Administration ;
delegation of Starke. patrons Complain that 20 houses will be constructed ; '
group was convinced that the siren had be- absence. Mrs Mabel Wall was
las present at the Board meeting r here In the Immediate
londay, but the board chairman come "stuck" in some manner like an automobile horn.It appointed music teacher, whileB. future. ti

JS. Norman, was absent because Of f Help Shortage apparently occurred to no one that it might be just W. Spear and Miss Josephine These are a part of the OS unit

!f illness. However he seat two what it was-A surprise Army.,blackout! Tucker were elected high schoolteachers housing program for Camp Blan
Alters to the Board touching on *, and Mrs. Willie Mae : ding, 33 of which have been allocated -
Credit must be to Fire Chjef ,Buford and
.is matter. In the first, he was Several farmers from the given Denton was chosen as an elemen- ire { to Kingsley Lake Village

1 the opinion that the first date Brooker Lawtey and Graham sections the members of his department, who were practically, tary teacher Mrs. May Touch- Inc., and the other 20 prioritieshave

let t should be strictly adhered< to, have recently conferred with the only ones to show any,action at"all/ Chief Buford ton wan elected principal. of the fh been allocated to Messrs
bring reasons. In the second Hampton school.Ed' R -t tp Kirkpatrick & Pierson of OalnetvllIlI -
County Agent L. T.' the sounded them and 're-
Dyer about received signals correctly
dy :
fetter he said
however, : "Upon Prevatt was employed as : !, according to advices from
rther consideration of the mat- the present difficulty securing layed the message to Blanding.: His volunteer firemen mechanic for the County school State Director M. M. Parrlsh. '

r of opening Starke 'school, I farm'labor to harvest their crops swung into action as wardens and attempted to have busses, and the Board Instructedthe "All of these houses will be built
like to be The price usually paid for under Title VI of the National
auld an opportunity picking Superintendent'to .have a
Call Street business establishments-douse their lights. ,. ..,d
resent at a Board meeting to be field peas and lima beans, for instance contract drawn up for one year o Housing Act, and the mortgage
ttended by patrons and request has been from 40 centsto A few complied, promptly and without question. Others, with the privilege of renewing It George Neal, aged but Insured by FHA", Mr. ParriaU

that the matter be deferred to a 50 cents per hamper, Mr.;' Dyer unwilling to halt, even for a' few minutes, the'flow of If conditions warrant. The Board lively farmer of the Theressa said.
Special meeting when I am ableo said, while now it U next to impossible also voted to install a gasoline It Is understood that arrangements
dollars into their already crowded cash registers, passedthe section, died Thursday night July
attend"The to get them picked for pump at the bus barn for the use have been made to erect
Board agreed to have this $1 per hamper. buck by saying "We'll turn 'em otit when the of the county-owned school buses 1, at the home of his nephew, several of these houses In the

eclal called:* meeting to be at- These Cleveland Sullivan. northern of town !'
farmers have even triedto street lights are cut off. j part near the

ended by patrons ,of the Starke get help In harvesting dry peas Unfortunately THE C I T Y STR ET LIGHTS' Born and reared In Bradford Intersection of Walnut and Washington
Ichool. at which meeting .the and dry beans on halves, which Ten ArrestedIn County, Mr. Neal was a familiar streets, others In soutbSturke f
ppenlng date of ,the school Will would enable the workmen to WERE NEVER ONCE TURNED OFF DURING THE figure on the streets of Starke up and the balance of them

pa definitely settled. Superintendent make very large wages, but even ENTIRE BLACKOUT! i until the time of his last Illness, on West'' Madison Street.

w, E.. Middleton'called the so little help can b e secured /::4:The colonel from Camp .Blanding, who. arrived in Liquor Raids I and was a' member of the Hope These houses may not be boughtor
tetlng for Tuesday,", 'l3'at "There- are plenty of laborers In I Baptist ,, Church at ,Thuresan. He sold, but must' be- rented to
Starke eVidently to
60 o'clock A., M. the County", Mr. Dyer stated, "If 1 shortly before the first signal, Is survived by one son and three civilian defense workers at Camp

they would only work. Many of observe the conduct of this community in time of In a huge raid Saturday, for nephews Blanding for the 'duration, after

them have members of their. family emergency,summed it up in a few crisp words: "Luckyit which preparation was In the Uncle George was 73-years-old, which they may be disposed of In

ew Trial making good wages at Camp wasn't a real air raid. You'd have been blasted off making for a week or ten days, but even at his advanced age he any way that may seem wise to
Blanding, and they would rathersit ten persons were arrested on had a pair of feet that Just the owners. They are all to be ,
around and do nothing thanto the face of.the earth !1" liquor charges and two on bolltu. couldn't stay still when he heard 3-bedroom houses, and will rent

)enied YouthAt work. They don't have to It was a sorry exhibition and once again illustratesthe Police Chief A. L. Alvarez, though murflc. Many a Bradford County unfurnished at not to exceed $.u J

work, and are not going to do. tragic of the 'fact that Starke has technically on a 10-day vacation, celebration was enlivened when per month. If the owner decides
it." consequences was mostly responsible for stag- he broke Into his lively clog to furnish them, the rental price
never yet had a successful practice blackout. It stands dance at the first strains of will then be set the Rent
a special hearing :held be- "There are a few hundred acres Ing the raid and making around by Control '
ore Circuit Judge John A., H.. going to waste In the County", be to reason that you can't have an effective surprise $800 for the City, by his silent music. The above picture shows office In Gainesville.

Uurphree! at 10 o'clock yesterday continued. These farmers stated blackout until you've first had a successful practiceone. maneuvering last week. him dancing at a Fourth of July Each house will be furnished
nornlng, Ernest that the time would celebration held several years ago with, a kerosene kitchen and
Daugherty, 21- likely come this deficiencyat When the ground-work had been range
should be taken to remedy
Steps at the State Farmers'
rear-old convicted slayer of.,DanMoore when these same men would go completed Chief Alvarez, with water heater, a coal I heating
on Nov. 21. 1042 was de- hungry-not because they didn't 'once. the aid of three men from the Funeral services for ,Uncle stove and an electric refrigerator i

led a new trial' In his appeal have money with Mjhlch to buy A kind providence has thus far brought no air State Beverage Department and George were held at 4 o'clock last Mr. Pierson said ,

from the jury's verdict of second food but because there would be but certainly have no the other members of the police Friday afternoon at Hope Bap-
raid the United States we
degree murder rendered ,here no food to buy. force, swooped down and arrested tist Church with the Rev L. O. .
written that will continue to live undisturbed Inter Tax Roll
June 10. guarantee we eight colored persons on chargesof Hemingway officiating County

Ha! attorneys. Knight &: Knightof 'This Land Is Mine' in our present state of comfort and. safety. selling whiskey, and two on ment was In Hope Cemetery.

[ Starke, and Zach Douglas of Indeed, only last week, 'Washington',- D_ C., came; bolita charges. Bonds aggregating
(Gainesville, will appeal the case At Park SundayWith $930: were posted in the cases "Crash Dive" Shows IncreaseThe
to the Supreme Court. In the hints that enemy air raids might be expected pending trial next week.
meantime. the advance reputation of the is out. Booked At Florida I
Judge Murphree has before year Meanwhile Sheriff A. O. Andreu

'set Daugherty' ball at $2,500 being romantic one dramas of the hardest-hitting ever filmed, Once again the Telegraph urges its readers to and County Road Patrolman Melvin Seldom does the average civilian I tax roll for 1943 shows an

pending Supreme the decision of the. State This Land Is Mine," starring familiarize ,themselves with the following signals so McKinney were not idle but have an opportunity to inspectan Increase of $263,132 over that of
In the However
case they also, with the aid of three '
actual submarine. This Is
the Judge will "come to Charles Laughton and Maureen that they might give a better account of themselves State Beverage men, arrested two according to Tax AssessorE.
Starke O'Hara'will be shown at the Park especially true during war time \V. Hayes, whose tax roll has
next week and pass sentence when the next practice or ACTUAL air raid comes: white men, Lester Prevatt Friday when the utmost secrecy surrounds -
on Daugherty, he stated, at Theatre Sunday, Monday One long steady two-minute blast! on the siren 'and George Bradley Saturday, on the Navy's famed under just been approved by State
the same time sentence Is passedon Tuesday v charges .of selling moons sea fighting craft. Comptroller .1, M. Lee. TheMe
Arthur LJpaey,' who was con- It tells the thrilling story' of (blue signal)' means, "enemy planes are approaching; whiskey. They also captured a This Is offered gains may be accounted for by

victed 0 f manslaughter' several how patriotism turns a timid get ready." Street lights, house lights and business still from Bradley, though it was the public opportunity In "Crash now Dive", an new buildings, new Improvements,
weeks ago.Homecoming. school teacher Into a fearless hero Automobile traffic not In operation when captured. and new homes, Mr. Hayes said
lights} should be extinguished. authentic picture of actual conditions
who signs his own death warrantIn' Prevatt was taken (io Jacksonville The 1043 roll carries three Items
order to set an example for may continue to move with dimmers on. on a Federal charge. Both men aboard a submarine, filmed not Included In the 1942 roll,
through the cooperation of the
his fellow-townsmen. Laughton Shorter blasts continuing over a two-minute period were released on bond. Warrants namely land reverted to t h eState
Navy Department. Not only does
The Heilbronn Baptist Church enacts the part of the teacher in is Traffic were Issued for one or two under Chapter 18296, In the
"the raid on. stops
the take the audience
will (red signal) means picture
have "Home-coming Day"nd a little village a o m ewhere in others, who will be arrested later, amount of $8,330; County Tax
roll call of Its members next Europe. Like many of his friends at once, all lights are off; pedestrains take shelter. aboard a sub, but !it realisticallyshows Certificate lands (non exempt).

Sunday, July 11. according to le Is afraid,of. the Nazi Invaders When the blue signal is sounded again, traffic India DiscussedAt bat conditions how it operates under com- $13,360; and County Tax Certificate

announcement made by its pastor, who take over the area, even lands (homestead), $600.
the Rev. L. o. Hemingway. Every though their commander endeav- may be resumed as before. Rotary ClubAt "Crash Dive," starring Tyrone In '1942 the' non exempt lands

member la urged to _be present, ors to maintain peaceful relations The "all-clear" signal will come over the radio and'will Power, will open at the Florida (current) amounted to $1,707,380,

and visitors are cordially invited. with the villagers and persuades also be announced by the turning on of street'' the regular Rotary Club Theatre at the midnight show while the 1943 roll showed this '

A basket dinner will be served some of them to "collaborate"\ then be turned on again.: luncheon Wednesday the memberswere Saturday and will continue I to be 1747910. Home stead
n the Church grounds. with Germany. iights., All lights may entertained by an informative through Sunday' and Monday. (current) totaled $1,233.350: this

The portrayal Is said to be the discussion of India by Dr. Next Tuesday, Wednesday and year, whereas they were only $1116,470 ,-
finest thing Laughton has ever New Rooms Rented A Blackburn Buys A. R. Bryan, director of the Thursday the Florida will presentthe In 1942. Personal property .
Church Service Center of the t
popular new film "China"starring amounted to $836.830 in 1942
New Books done and :Miss O'Hara as another
and equally\ patriotic teacher, also The old WPA Commodity ,Farm PlaceL. Presbyterian and E p Is o o pal Alan Ladd and Loretta and advanced to $886,340 in 1943.
Churches in Starke, and who has
Here Young. Railroads and
This Week gives[ aDO t a ble performance. Warehouse on the corner of F. Blackburn, employe of In were
13 missionary
as a
Merlvale, years "Casablanca", one of the big. $814,653: this year and only $808-
Sanders, Philip
George Church Street and Road 48, which Tucker in the Sinclair Refining -
H. E. India.
MOONSET by Margaret Kent Smith and other,outstanding' gest hits of the year, Is playinga 711 last year. The totals for last
GrUen; A STRANGER AND players are in the cast. Carl Johns recently had R. H. Company recently p u r- Dr Bryan devoted most of his return engagement at the Rita year were $4,469,391, advancingto

AFRAID by Michael Hardt; Mathe remodel and convert Into chased a 100-acre tract of land talk to a discussion of Ghandl and Theatre this Sunday and Mon. $4,734,543 this year.

HAVING A WONDERFUL eight convenient, modern rooms, about six miles northwest of the Influence that his campaign of day. Humphrey Bogart and In-

CRIME by Craig Rice; U. S. Vitsky Announces Is already occupied. All eight of Starke, and about a mile west of "passive resistance" has had on grid Bergman head the outstanding
FOREIGN POLICY by Walter Friday MeetingPhil State Road 48. HI s tract Is conditions In India. The speaker cast School PatronsTo
WPP m a the rooms have been rented to stated that Britain has done a
n n j ATTACK CAN known a* the old Barnum Johns
WLV IN43' by Max Werner; Vitsky, secretary of the soldiers and their'' wives. "They farm, and Mr.\ Blackburn has been good job In India, In his opinion, Accidental Shot Attend Meet
A SENSE Lake Business Men's before they were but that the time has come when
OF HUMUS .by Kingsley were rented living there for nearly two years.
Bertha Damon: THE GAMBLER Association states that a very finished" Mr, Johns said. About a year ago he purchasedthe he would like to see the huge Charles Knight, son of Col. and .\ special meeting of the
TAKES A WIFE by Important meeting will be heldat property from the Federal country "put on Its own" and attempt Mrs. H. V Knight, wax painfully County Board of Public Instruction -

Myron B r 1 n I g :' COMBINED the Veteran's Locker Club.I Farm Mortgage Corporation self-government. Injured by the accidental discharge will be beta at the
OPERATIONS (official story Kingsley Lake Highway 48, GateA Negroes Buy Land through the Federal Land Bank The new president of the club, of a gun about 1:30: o'- Courthouse Tuesday, July IS,

of the Commandos) with a at 2:30: o'clock Friday afternoon P. F. Stump recently listed of Columbia, S. C. The consideration H. N. Fairbanks, took office at clock Saturday afternoon. He at 10 A. M. Patron of the
foreword by the Chief of Op was $1,100. He received his this meeting and announced his and two sons of Roy R. Mathewshad Bradford High School who are
erations. Lord Louis| Mount- "A serious situation has arisen with W. T. Clute, realtor, his I deed on April 19 and it was recorded committee appointments for the decided to go frog hunting Interested In the opening date h(
] batton; GRANDMOTHER and U Is up to every businessman large acreage northwest of town, July 1- year.J. and !In some manner the gun that for the school ore Invited to I I

DRIVES SOUTH In a station of Bradford County, who Is just off the Raiford road.sold Last I About 35: acres of the land Is C. Hoover local photographerand Charles was carrying discharged be present and express their
wagon from California .to Cape doing' business with soldiers and week the first parcel was Dell. to It cleared for farming purposes, member of the club, took a accidentally and he received a vtew The question' will be J JTrading
Horn by Constance Jordan their families, to be present. Important Ernest and and sold for while the balance is in timberland flashlight photograph of t .its scalp wound and powder burns definitely settled at. that time
consisted of 20 acres a* to whether the school will
Henley; THEY ALSO RAN Is subjects will be discussed While Mr.. Blackburn is members at the. luncheon table. about the face. He was rushedto
a story of ranking officials of $25 per acre. It is on the eastern ; two members the doctor who said that "withno open August t. September! 7
the men, who were by> high I of the busy with his, oil business, his He was assisted by
Stump property other date.
defeated for Blanding." Mr. Vitsky said. boundary his staff Mrs. Christine Johnson complications he should be out or name
II the Presidency. by Camp the farm of L. 19-year-old: son, Bill, does most. of ,
..Irving Stone. Business men- of Starke are invited Goodwin., adjoining of the work about the place. and Miss Elaine Edwards. again In a few days."


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Lot 12 of Block 11 Ward City day In the Month ,

gress from this district over strong opposition SoThenasseroslnentlof7the said properly Kast. A Whlt'h. D, 1943.the. Ynd dark..1 dy
The Bradford County Telegraph until under the said certificate issued I ",
which office he held continuously Oa&4H6 was In the name of Mm. T. P. A. Ib 1943th1e 2hd dap 011.

Established 1871C. 1942 when he was elected from the state- YnieHS said certificate shall be (OFFICIAL Clerk 'lreul 111'\1.; ) "I.

I:. Matthews ______ :Z:>lltor and OwDerS'UBMCRIl"'l'lO.N at-large. For the past 14 years he has been redeemed erty described according therein to law will the besold County, rioC.tJ'S "' urt 63: (:gn':i

Assistant Whip of the House of Represen- w : to the highest: bidder at thecourthouse 1-
KATE door on the first Mon ; regielturl. ., C R
tatives and had been Chairman of the important Author of "How to Win Friends f day In he month of August 1843. Starke will httuur. II
Sl.OO ,
Yearly: 1.75t: Fez Month which Is the 2nd day of Autru.t.t9U. registration of I
Committee on Territories for 12 People." d"YL ir., t \ curt too to)_
and Influence Dated this 22nd day of June 14. 1943. Inehtsly 6aturdur
published Weekly on Friday and Entered M IWIO- Itl the hAIt
years. He holds membership on eight reg- t 1943.OFFICIAL J. Thomas l'AHL JOHl:8:: ,
OfHoa at Starke. Fla. ( Jourt) k..glHI
sod Clan Matter at Foot of BradfordCounty
ular standing committees-more than any Clerk of Circuit City orn
Florida. 1I-a6 4t 7-I 8-15 at T., If arks 011

other man during the 19 years he has beenin OF APPLICATION FOR -
Lex Green For Governor TAX frKU 'yiJM( ii' 1'01 ,. ,
( ,
Congress. -
'lltC'lI'r tiprOt'NTY.
FAILURESI (Mess.. Bill Nn. 103) A'U
Although his 1 formal announcementwill This is no time for change or ex- LEARN FROM YOUR NOTICH 19 HEREBY OIVRN. (' sun Hu5g
holder of Tax
who failed. I am That Louis H. Hill PAT LAM BE,
be made at a later date, simultaneouslyin perimentation. With the State and Nation am writing today about three men I Certificates numbered respectively Plaintiff,
about them because most people think they know 158 Issued 4th., day _v.-
all state newspapers, it is generally conceded soon to go through a period of transitionand writing of 9ruW: Ang.. 1927, has filed same OEM JEWELRY
only victories. In my office and has made applica- a corporation. : COMPA.\T,
' I by political writers, thinkers and even reconstruction, Florida needs as Gov- The first man on our list is Abraham Lincoln: thereon.tion for Tax Deed to be Issued .NOTIC "opnilnntTO .

"the man in the street" that Bradford ernor a man of experience, ability and in- 1832-Defeated for the legislature. Bald certificate respectively described embrace VOLUNTARY APPJ.ICATION DhHOII'TJ rr

County's Lex Green will be a candidate for tegrity. It needs someone who knows the 1833-Failed in business; lost everything he had and was properties the In following t ror1d.ntd\ ad- OEM<'JEwFATIig r',
ford State of a iii COllp I
Governor of Florida next year. The Congressman Nation and the State and has demonstratedhis $1,100 in debt.1838Defeated. of the houseof Lot 28 In Woodlawn Sec. 13 Twp. corporation OkEFTI\p: \ ,,!
as a candidate for speaker 5 S. R. containing 10 acres Notice I. '
h. himself, has confided his am- ability, ,trustworthiness and depend- representatives. .., more: or e2..Ei.No.' embraced 129.:: under saidcertificate Interest undersigned of h".hy being" given a meJ.tie""

t bition to intimates and has also announced ability. Lex Green has been tried in all 1840-Defeated as a candidate for elector. Lot 87 In Woodlawn I S!!,,". 'IS Twp. O.m Jewelry the CORl.tc'khold.ra,,,,,.)', 01

, his intentions at various political meetingsand these particulars and has not been found 1843-Defeated as the candidate for commissioner ot 8 more M.: R or, 23 less K Is, embraced containing under 10 acres said tlon... ...S411in1" "Ki-sy-i' i M nR

a held in the state in recent He is and and the general land office; and ,the additional candidacy for certificate No 130 County .rMc"-nu1' Bf1j1
conventions wanting. genial courteous Lot 44 Town of Lawtey E of Hy.t tlon 1 In Cuurthhi
congressional election. .( In' Hecsi 2S, 24. 25, 38 Twp 5 S.' K. for. Bradford County *? !1
weeks. his primary concern is the interest"of')1is 1848-Defeated for re-election to congress. 22 K, Is embraced; under said certificate of applying said for a voluntary";dl.p"f\",.\

Last year when Lex renounced hisperpetual" constituents. He has never let the peopleof 1855-Defeated for the office of vice president. The assessment No. 158. of mild property sent the corporHtlnii said petition and tht"III Ii,
Florida down important issue 1858 Defeated in the race for the United States sena- under said certificate No. 129 wait orable A. Z. A job as representative from the on any In the name of Clement Stud ley Court at his offlct in IIIarko, N"

:lecond District ,to try his wings in a state- that was to their interests, as he-saw those torship. under the assessment said certificate of said No.. property 130 was. day ford of County July: A.Klorhln D. 111, ?at? Sf.,Vr,
In fact, his life was given up to defeats and disappoint- In the name of Alice\ M. Taft: the of 10:00 0 clock A. M ii1,
r vide race for Congressman-at-large, many interests. He is as well, perhaps better, ments. assessment of said property under or as soon thereafter. a IIn. ,

: of the politically-wise predicted that he was 'qualified for the high position of Governoras Our second man is P. T. Barnum: He once tried to sell said name certificate of Candle No.Calhoun.158 was I In the and may place be heard offer and proof will l|i)>|at 11 Iholl pxllb alts!,

4 starting then to lay the groundwork for any man now in the public eye in Florida.A illustrated Bibles. The official title of the volume was redeemed Unless said according Certificate to law shall th be* "k tlons for contained final| order In laid dl'.olvlnl petit).
"Sears' Pictorial Illustrations of the Holy Bible." In this properties described therein will be corporation.PAT
his long-time goal-t h e Governorship of Mold o. to the highest bidder at the I I LUIBE, Pellllr
undertaking, he was cheated by his agents and sub-agents, Courthouse door on the first Mon- 6-25 3t '-9II
Florida. The reception that the people in Badly Neglected Spot who, if they. had read it, obviously hadn't taken its teach- ,
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all sections of the state accorded him in ''A movement is at last under way in ings to heart. So that venture failed. -;

do other than encourage Next he started with and lots
could not
that race Starke that should have been started long a newspaper no money
him. He was elected over his field of opponents of enthusiasm. He called it "The Herald of Freedom." In sr
ago-a drive to provide funds for the per- launched he in
60 days from the time his paper was was r ,
first demonstratingonce
in the primary, petual upkeep of Crosby Lake Cemetery.Led jail on some technicality. He edited the paper from his

and for all that his appeal to votersis by a member of Starke's police cell for a time; then it failed completely.He .

not confined, as some had believed, to force, Ben C. Holtzendorf, a small group of started a non-traveling show in a saloon, with the
his home district. high-sounding name of Vauxhall Garden. The show lasted
volunteers has shouldered the job of soliciting two months, then disappeared from public view. .

Although it might seem a little bit 'a monthly pledge from enough interested He started a boarding house. He failed at that, too. t

early to begin talking politics it is never persons in order to make the cemetery He invested all the money he could raise in a ventureto

too early for Lex's staunch supporters to maintenance a continuing process and not manufacture bear's grease. It was supposed to grow

start expressing themselves. For instance, hair on'bald heads. It didn't. I tt
just a spasmodic effort once every two or He the to manufacture fire-
bought rights a patented
into our office the other morning came IL B. three "
years. extinguisher. ,It extinguished his money.
Belisario, of Grandin, an old friend and ardent City Clerk Carl Johns has consentedto He wrote_a lecture entitled "How to Make Money" =fir

supporter of Congressman Green.: He That paid.dividends. It the first real he had
serve as treasurer of the fund, will set up was. money ,- -g

was already wearing a Democratic button, files and keep the books. It is planned to made. __
He went into the circus business when he 60 with -
was __
the'names of Roosevelt and Green. !"_
bearing \ _
full-time caretaker and those who _
employ a success so great as to astonish the world. ...
Mr. Belisario said he was spending his. wish to contribute to this cause. and have The third man on our list of failures is Napoleon Bona Having Trouble Getting Help?

spare time working gratis in the benefit of* not yet been solicited, may leave their do- parte. He did not believe in the observation balloon corps

Lex and that he had found "only one man nations and pledges .at the City Hall which the French army maintained, and finally disbandedit. 'So are we. Like you, we're faced with the blggnt
to date who said he was not going to A single observation balloon at Waterloo would have '' And like
in we'
our' history.
job ,
up Anyone who has buried a loved one in production you, "
saved him! He did not believe in a navy, nor in the effectiveness -
for him for Governor lost of the men who used to help us.
vote Crosby Cemetery cannot fail to have been of naval warfare, and stubbornly held out against many

And friends like this will have plenty. distressed over the deplorable condition of anything that had to do with the navy England believedin Yet that's only part'of the story. Every day, on

f'which to boastIn the navy, bottled him and finished him off at Water- farm and factory, there's something new to test
of political background the property in recent years. There is much up
the skill of those running the business. Not only getting
loo. His retreat from Moscow was the most disastrous of
support of Starke's candidate for Gov- natural beauty in, the location, but nature all. The tale of that retreat, of the starvation, freezing and help, but-to mention a few other.-rising costs,

ernor. Starting out from scratch, Lex cannot perform the task alone. She must butchering, is one of the most horrible in all the annals of making a.fair profit, and setting aside reserves fora

served four years as County Judge of Brad- have a little help from those who should slaughter.So rain day. Essentially, those problems are the same

ford County, two years as a member of the be interested most in seeing that the Cemetery if you have had a few failures chalked up againstyou.don't in size. and factory, though they. may at times differ

Florida Legislature and speakerpro tern of U maintained in the well-kept condition worry about them. Regard them merely as les- '
; sons youneeded to learn. Remember that all men have But it Isthat thin*'called "management that
the House: In 1924 he was elected to Con- thatit deserves. failed at some time or other. The one thing for you to do peculiarly American ability to think through problem

4 I, is to keep trying. no matter how tough, that is helping to see us through)

No Rent ChangesCan lie were better Informed of these will order them through their sup- IV: t'IIU'I'I'I': ri.ouiu\i('4)I'ItT. lilt>\IIPOHIIcoivrv inC .%:>' 21rd.( 1041OFFICIAL. SEAL) A. J. Thomas It is this skill in management that farmers antI
facts. pliers. v ''"<1%Y. As Clerk of mild Court. businessmen have most in common, a skill \tlmh
Herbert I
Be Made 'T hope and believe It would Ceiling price -to the consumeron Agnes Turner* NVIlllnmn., Williams; Plaintiff., 'Defendant.vs. Atty.R H. for Duncan Plf., Jacksonville 8-25, Florida 4t 1-ld insures the realization of our determination to

Without Petition help all concerned to get through the emergency tires is one'dollar Case No. 2649.ORDEn OF prBLH-ATIOV -- produce all that's needed for our country today and

this critical period If you would each Mr. Fairbanks said with ANn NOTICE TO APPJ3AU 10'1',1OF APPI.KTIOFOH tomorrow, to make a fair living through greater servo
Landlords of the Gainesville- Impress upon your boards and in dealers permitted to make addi- Turner STATE Williams.OF FLORIDA whose to residence: Agnes ( T\\;Hill; IIKKUHrnMlF 1\0. 111.1: ice to our fellow Americans. General Electric Company,

Starke Defense Rental Area were turn have them advise the peoplein tional charges when they repair Is .715 Main Ktreet, Greenwood, ; NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Schenectady., New York. __"
cautioned this week by Director their community that all conservation tires before selling them. 1\(1. 1.8Ippl. That Louis demons holder ot Tax -- ,, -
You are required to appear on Certificate No. 29. I Issued the 2nd
William L. Duke that collecting measures should be "The release of these poor qual- July 26th. 1 43., In the above named day of July A. D. 1838 has filed
rents In excess of the registered strictly adhered ,to. We do not ity tires emphasizes the fact that Court neck ana divorce.cause Bradford wherein County plaintiff .am&In application my for office a tax and deed has to made lie GENERA.L.ELECTI!!
maximum legal rent subjects themto want to be forced to Impose any the nation has to squeeze every Telegraph hall publish thin Order Issued thvreon. Said certificate embraces tllYee
severe penalties. new and more drastic regulations possible mile from Its rubber In Wit next neon four weekly hand iBsues.and. official the f a 1 owing described. ee ke4se k 1-te....14...el 0.10'.M, IWT..............Hie.tod"
"Most Landlords" said Mr other than limiting eligibility for supply" the chairman continued. seal at Starke my, Florida thin June ford property: state In oft Florida* County, to-wit of :Biad- .S "TM Weld Tee.y'M 645 P.M..'NY.Maedsy.-."5esd.,.eo CY5 I

Duke, "realize that they should Grade III tires but this may haveto "W. M. Jeffers, the rubber czar .
petition the Area Rent Office before be done if present regulations last week telegraphed Price Ad-

making any changes In their and advice does not bring the ministrator Prentiss M. Brown 'T ,' )Have "Coke"
legal rents. However we con necessary results to tide us all calling attention again to the sit- : a =Welcome Friends
tine to receive change of tenancy I over this period while we are uation. He said we are in a ,
report which reveal that some scraping the bottom of the, .barrel "critical" period and called upon !
landlords are adding services and for. tires t okeep essential Mr. Brown t o direct rationing
additional equipment to their rental cars In,, service. '.' boards to, do everything In their bj5JK
i. ,
units and making an extra "The people should not requestnew power to get the cooperation of ..
I charge without first petitioning tires 'that'are not absolutely the community In the conserva-

.our office. This practice is a needed and all used tires should tion of rubber." eA
violation of the Maximum Rent be kept In service until recappingIs '-

Regulations, and we urge that It necessary and then recapped Studio EnlargedSam
immediately cease. before asking to have them replaced -

"When a landlord either with new tires. I am Gottlieb is having contractor 4T4
through his own Initiative or at confident that In possession of J. D. Mathews enlarge his Lib

the request of his tenant, adds the facts the American public erty Studios on Temple Ave. Sam 1n J ek
equipment or services to a rental will cooperate to achieve our goal stays it Is a necessitybecausethe a 1 MI /
unit he Is requested either to of keeping cars rolling. I hope adjoining space was not rent 'T o t
\ write this office, giving details, that by some time! in 1944 our ed and he had to use It In self o t 6 _

or to pay us a personal visit, so supply of rubber and tires may defense. He la simply removing a
that a petition to adjust his rents be adequate to enable us to remove -'part of the partition that dividedhis

.! according to the services or equip- most if not,all of the existing studios from Louie's Army -
< ment added may be prepared.Such regulations." S tor e. Louis Shafkln closed
petitions will receive prompt Louie's Army Store two months -

attention. Emergency Tires ago and removed the stock leav- --
"No rental matter is too trival ing the space vacant. b'y-
to discuss with us; we are never Soon AvailableAt -

too busy to serve landlord and $1 Each"The Sells Old FarmN. e'
tenant alike," Mr, Duke stated. 1.

seriousness of the tire Wainwright recently solda : _

f'' Jeffers Describes situation haa been brought home 130-acre farm near llbronn 's

Rubber Situation to us," H. N. Fairbanks chair- Springs to his youngest son, -
man of the tire rationing panelof (
James Richard Walnwrlght. the
L. Blair clerk of the local the Bradford County War Price 4
W. ,
and Rationing Board said yesterday consideration being $5,000: he
I Coca-Cola
;." Rationing Board has received the "Coke=
I with the announcement that stated Wednesday. That farm has !
following telegram and copy wishes of an to Important place It I I sufficient recappable used tires been a great Joy to him Mr. It' natural for popular names to
available to meet the Wainwright said and has been In That
are not *
before the public. The telegramwas r > acquire friendly abbreviations.
needs of those who must have the family since 1878. His grandfather
Director I "CokI
Rubber W. '
sent by called
why hear Cou CoW
Price Administrator them and that the government Josiah A. Lewis first own- you -
M. Jeffers to '
i, has been forced to meet the situation ed It, then his father E. J, Waln
Prentles Brown: by releasing more than a wright and then himself. Out .or how to get along in Alaska
"I know and organization -
you your i million low-quality used tires to side of the financial consideration

k, here fully realize the neces- : be sold to motorists holding Grade ,. the only consolation he gets i
sity for strict adherence to the :III rationing certificates out of the transaction Is that it The American' soldier in Alaska meets with
r up a hundred
" announced tire conservation regu- i Is still In the family.OTIcc little things that /
"The tires the
:: t, lations particularly during the I part win-sup- remind-him of home. One of them is Coca-Cola. Nave oca
last fall and a Ed'
next few months. We will be ply purchased \ TO ritRltlTOItlAll \ says he, and ,,
rubber but there 'ter under the Idle tire purchase \ persons having claims or <1*. It clicks In the Yukon it does in
' making synthetic I mantis against the estate of William as Youngstown or Yuma. From
'" will Inevitably be some delay In plan. They are called emergency Eiftlln. Into of the County and pole to ri."Hun-J!
. tlrea and are branded with an O Hint of New Tork. are hereby notified pole Coca-Cola stands for the pass. bat reJres/m-has
I into
fabricating pa senger car and required to file their become: the high-sign
tires because'of shortage of facilities into the sidewall to Identify rial mil In the office of the County
and manpower": them" Mr. Fairbanks explained.The Judure of Bradford County Florida, between kindly-minded strangers.
equipment Ktarke
In the Courthouse at Florida
Reports from, alt over the Country emergency casings are not within eight calendar month

Indicate that it will help your fit for recapping but can be made from of the thin date notice of ,the or the flat name publication will OTTIIO UNDII AUTHORITY O" THI COCA COIA -the global
local board perform their duty serviceable for limited use eitheras becom void according to law This COMPANY tV

la holding down mileage and spares or on low-mileage can. June 29. 1913. ELK A BALIV. STARKE. COCA-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY slgaO1N43
thereby "reducing the number ofrequeeta Motorists may purchase the tires and 11Testam nt tot of LastSatin. high.
for new tires if the pub- through their regular dealers who deceased. \( ram
The! GC

a ". .1r: .


River Church PLEASANT HOPE tertalned with a lovely ice cream Varied Services GUM BRANCH day with the 475th Quartermasterat utility menJudge E. K. Perry-

11.V.. A. Tyler, Cop. supper at their home Friday By Mrs. T. N. Norman Camji Blanding. Three or man, Mr. Medford. Jack Frledler
Gift Lots evening honoring their houseguest Offered By YWCATo four games are scheduled for next and Pee Wee Williams.
Mr. and Mrs. Warren Cadle Mrs. Lydia Andrews anil Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Tlllls and week Including one with the 3rd
W.? Hayes rehalfacre- and family of Jacksonville were children, Lola and James, oi Army WivesThe children of Plant City were visiting Observation Squadron from the I I

donated about a visiting their son-in-law and Tampa and Miss Blanche. Warrenof USO-YWCA has announcedthe relatives In this section Sat Crystal Lake Air Base "It won't I

''i,I to the Long Irldge: Chrlsi daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Milton Worthington Springs. Enjoy following services now being urdl\)'. be long now until the teem will I '

i hurch. He originally ownedreS Griffin of this section Sunday.Mr. Ing this delightful affair with the offered for the, benefit of army; J. A. Harnage of Miami was have brand new uniforms, sponsored I
near the Church prop- and Mrs. J. c. Dixon of hostess and honor guests were: wives: visiting friends in this section by a well-known Starke I !
sold most of It, keeping Lawtey were visiting Mr. and Misses Lucile and Haven Crosby last week. merchant! So says T. L. Ham
d ut trIangle which lies be- Mrs. W. A. Tyler Sunday after Miss Odessa McRae Neal and I, Facilities for"sewing and Iron- Mr. and Mrs. F. S. Shaw and lter, manager of the team.
Church property and Vernon Crosby, James .Alvarez, Ing. Those desiring use of sewIng children of Lawtey were visitingMr.
,the! noon.Mr. machine and electric iron Members of the team are aa
\\28. and Mrs. Ed Henley of Mr. and Mrs. Raiford Alvarez, R office. 'may and Mrs. L. L. Conner Sunday follows: Catcher Tom Harding;
that It would be an Starke spent Sunday In this nee R. Crosby;. Mr. and Mrs. Tom up pitchers Hamper and Henry Man-
ling the Church and would be tlon at the home of Mr. and Mrs Graves of Sampson City, Mr. and Writing materials and cooking; Miss Agnes Sapp of Jackson ama; let ball.;), Buddy Bishop;

Lall to be of much benefit'body Joe E. Crlffla. Mrs. H. M: McRae Mrs. W. R facilities. ville spent Sunday here with her 2nd base, Monk Dlnklns; shortstop
else he made a deed We are announcing a revival Wood and son, Cecil of Jackson Shower privileges Monday; parents, Mr. and Mrs. .J.: S. Sapp. James Hobbs; 3rd base, Burton -;
?, E A. Sapp, and Stafford at Pleasant Hope Church conducted vtlle, and Mr. and Mrs. R. M through Friday, 6:30: A. M. to 1 Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Normanand Prince; short field. Garland'
lews to Trustees of the Church, by Rev. Walter Sapp. The Crosby.The P. M. Towel and soap may be family spent Sunday with Godwin; left. field, George Ken-
[circuit Court Clerk A. J. Revival will be held the remain- young people one Level obtained at office for 5c. Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Johnson of nls; center field. Comer Ferryman -

las recorded the deed free der of this week. The annual church enjoyed an Ice cream supper Mrs. A. W. Anderson a member Graham.Mr. ; right field Herbert Green; !
meeting of this church will beheld at the home of Neal Crosby of the staff, will assist with cook and Mrs. Harvey Edward
arge. Sunday with dinner on the Wednesday night of last week. Ing and sewing problems at any;; and children of Jacksonville spent

RISINGBy ground. Everyone Is welcome to Mrs. L. F. Alford has returnee time. the holidays here with relatives. FOR SAFETY, COMFORT AND ECONOMY RIDE

attend. home after spending several week The regular of activities Henry Carter left last Thursday
MrMM: ** Norman Friends of Joseph Lee of this with relatives in Jacksonville.Mr. for the week program Is outlined aa for Jacksonville and from FLORIDA MOTOR LINE BUSSESFOR

Irnle Norman and daughter, section will be glad to know that and Mrs. H. M. McRac follows: there will go( to. Georgia for a
Jaret and Dorothy, and Mr.Mrs. he Is rapidly Improving from a were dinner guests of Mr. and short visit. COURTEOUS CORRECT INFORMATION
Sunday, 3:00: P. M. Feature
T. D. Proctor all ofIsvllle. serious Illness. Mrs. L. L. Connor in Gum Brand PLEASE PHONE 147
were visiting their Mr. and Mrs. Albert Miller of section Sunday. movie. Soft Ball Team L

1-r, Mrs J. E. Norman, Sun- Camp Blanding were visiting Mr. Miss Mamie Kelly Is spendln) Monday,, 1:30: P. M.-Crafts. Season
and Mrs. Garnett Ethridge of this this week at Worthington Spring Tuesday, 1:30: 'P. M.-Crafts. Opens

and Mrs. Thurman Jones section Saturday afternoon. with Miss Blanche Warren. Wednesday-Closed after 1OC: With Two GamesThe UNION BUS STATION I !
Most of the people In this section .
the week-end In Brooker Starke "All-Stars" have LACY CONWAY, Agent
PINE LEVELBy enjoyed a fish fry at Sampson -
|Victor Jones Lake Thursday 1:00: P. :M.-Armj gotten off to a good start with Ave. Starke, Florida
Monday afternoon.
and Mrs. Eddie Normann Mrs II. M. McRae Mrs.! R. R. Crosby and children wives luncheon Sign up by 6:0: ( their softball team by playing two

Herbert and :Mrs J. E.ian Rev. W. E. Hall filled his reg- are visiting relatives in Miami. P. M. Tuesday. games at 5:30: P. M. June 30,,
- and granddaughter Joan ular appointment at Pine Level Fisher Gaskins of Woodlawi Friday, 1:30: >. M.-Crafts. winning one and losing one. The

fin Jacksonville on business'ay Church last week-end and witMrs. was a business visitor here Fri Saturday, 8:30: P. M.-Marrlec first was played against the Crystal -

last week. Hall and grandchildren, Miss couples dance.. Army band. Lake Air Field "Blue and NOTICE TO FARMERS ONLYJULY
Uds of Mr. ana Mrs. Earnie Yeada Hall and Edward Hall day.Mrs.. Nancy Keen of Gun Varied games such as ping, Gold," the score being 2 to 1'ln

ban will regret to learn that Murrhee, left immediately after Branch was visiting Mrs. H. M. pong badminton; checkers jigsaw Crystal Lake's favor, with T L.

| home and everything in it church Sunday for Palatka where McRae Friday. puzzles, etc. are available at Hamper being the losing pitcherand FIRST BEING TilE LAST DATE WE
I destroyed by fire again Rev. Hall was honored with a Mrs. W. R. Wood and son, all times. Mr. HoUle the winning pitcher.
afternoon of last week. beautiful birthday dinner at the The second game was againstthe HARDWARE ITEMS '
May Cecil, have returned to their horn The present star: of the USO COULD ORDER
jt're' was caused by a faulty home of Dr. 'Zeigler. In Jacksonville after visiting her YWCA Is composed as follows: 66th Division "Blues" from
[flue. Mr. and :Mrs. D. W. Kelly en- uncle and aunt Mr. and Mri Miss Sara Reed, director; Mrs Camp Blanding, and the score LISTED UNDER GOVERNMENT ORDER
was,? to 3 in Starke's favor, with
H. M. McRae.Let' Florence Mills, secretary; Mrs. A. Hamiter the winning pitcher. A PR 19,. WE TOOK STEPS TO OBTAIN ALL
all to meet at Pin
W.' Anderson, 'snack bar hostess;
Level next Sunday morning at l 10 Mrs. Lucille Longtin, craft instructor. game was scheduled for Thurs- TilE ITEMS POSSIBLE BY PLACING OUR '

O'clock for Sunday School.GRAHAM .

You'd NEVER Mrs. EVA StricklandCpl. Kopelousos, BuysE. Watch YourKidneys BERS FOR SUCH? ITEMS AS, OUR STORE ? .

By / i ,
L. Williams House HAS SOLD IN TilE PAST, BASED, ON
Louis C. Smith of the Avon
Them Cleanse the Bloodof
Park Air Field arrived Wednesda George Kop lou|os, partner of Help Harmful Body Waste A 30-DAY:SUPPLY ONLY, AS SUGGESTED ,
be disappointedif wit Nick Stavrlanos in the Par
to spend a 15-day furlough
Your kldaaya Bra otutantly muringwaata
his mother, Mrs L. C. Smith. Cafe on South Walnut) Street, purchased mattw from tba blood atraam.But BY W. P. B. WE WILL DO OUR BEST,TO
kldaaya aomttinMa laf la thalr vork- the'residence of Edwl
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Reynold sot act M Natur I Ind.d-tall to r- WHEN
spent the Fourth with relative 1 L.: Williams on the corner of ...0.... ImpartttM that. It ratalnad. ..,. SUPPLY YOU

WE could help it! in Tampa. Church and Washington streets, body polo_. ..tba....lalor..y.t.m.ab: : VPM the whole AVAILABLE. YOU CAN BUY UP. TO $24
Cpl. Russell Starling arrive June 25. The transaction' wa Symptom' may: bo eaiflnl' baekacha,
.... .
para 'baadaeba,Bttaeka of 41..10
last week'from Camp Lee Va., t to made through Frank C. Holling*- letting up airbus ...lIln., pufflneee WORTH OF OUR MERCHANDISE WITHOUT -
with relative I worth, real estate dealer, and the under the .11''_ feeling of. ..no...
few days
feel spend a Bztetjr" and loee of pep and _...,tb. ORDER FROM THE FARM RATIONING
We know how you when you here. consideration was $3,000 cash. Other algae of kidney: or bladder die-.
Stricklani Mr. Kopelousos came to Stark order are aometlnua burning,.....,J'' or'
Pvt. and Mrs. Clyde
ask for JAX Beer, the Drink of too frequent urination.There COMMITTEE.
and daughter Barbara Ann, of three years ago when he and his ehottld. b.BO doubt that prompttreatment
and dealer tells 12 partner purchased the cafe from la ....r then ..,1..,'. lie* .
Friendship, your youhe's Camp Dorn are spending a Z>oa'a fill. Do...'. have. been winning
day furlough with relatives here Titus Olson. Mr. and Mrs. Kopel, new frlende for more than forty. :y..ra.Tb.y .
temporarily out of JAX. to take of have. a Batlon-wtde reputation.Are 1
of Avon ousos expect possession
Pvt Levis Starling recommended by grateful people' the BRADFORD HARDWARE CO.
Park spent two days here with their new home within a few country OYor. Atlt irour n eD his mother, Mrs. Kate Starling, weeks. In the meantime it I Is
last week. rented to Mr: and Mrs E. C PILLS
J. B. CARLISLE, Owner i
who have to an arm
Pfc. and Mrs.Ernie Thomas of Perry gone 9
This would never happen if we Drew Field Tampa, are spending camp near Macon, Ga., where Mr

could help it. But the tremendous de- a few days here with W. W. Perry is station 'agent for the I II
Southern Railroad tit has bee
mand among our increased populationplus Thomas.Mr.. and Mrs. Tom Wasdln of, sub-rented to Sgt. and,Mrs. J. D

government priorities and limited Waldo spent Sunday with Mr. and Alt, of Brooklyn, N. Y., and Cam] i\I 7
Mrs. H. M. Wasdln. Blanding who are using MIPerry's /
supplies of raw materials have createda I Sgt. and Mrs. John C. WIllli furniture. As soon as /
the these matters can be Ironed ou I f
situation beyond our control. and son of Fort Myers spent /
Fourth with relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. Kopelousos wil; t
Mr. and Mrs. Drew Walker an< move into their home. I I / ;

UJ.J son of Macclenny spent Sunday I / '- 1 ,
with Mrs. Walker's mother, Mrs New DirectorAt / ,, .

We are trying to see that everyonehas Hilliard Roberts Broughton.Roy of the. State Farm USONCCSFrank .....__ I ,,/ ",. 1 r, Ii>,i ,

fair share of mellow visited his parents Mr. and Mra/ ....... L
golden .
a B. Smith, former director ..... ,, .
B. Robert., Monday.SAIJIPSON '
JAX but there may be occasions C. of the Starke USO-NCCS ha ,. \ ', \
been transferred to one of the "'- .
when your dealer can't supply you. CITYBy Miami units and E. Charles Mar ."" ,, ,

Louise "'amesBlRTIID..Y otta of Brooklyn, N. Y., assumec ,
.. ,11 :
jav DINNERJ. his duties here July' 1. Mr /L : *,,:/.t''I i*.. ; ** .
his 60t Marotta Is a graduate of New _- ( .' "i"r"",",, I "
C. Wynn celebrated York University and of the 'C IJ- : I
again birthday anniversary Sunday when Brooklyn'Law4 School. He taugh tIn ....... ,' 'j,
When this
happens .. ,
.. ;
Mrs. invited all the people /- ... -- '
Wynn the Publics Speaking Department ..... '
next day and you'll probably find, attending church out to enjoj; of New York University for ," .. ........... 4 1'1'I
him. Out-of-towr ...
dinner .
and also writes a column
that can again get JAX. a year
you guests present were: Mr. and Mrs .
for the "Tablet", a weekly '
David Kelly and daughter, Mamie, newspaper published in Brook /Todatjs Travi1'o ; .
UJ.J and' Mrs. Kelly's sister and niece I ...... '
of Pine Level Miss Blanch Warren lyn.Mr.. Marotta was for five year) / ....... .

of Dukes Station, C. C. Wynn probation officer In the Chlldren'i ....... "
However, don't assume that your of Hampton and his son Alvin, Court In Brooklyn; for four years "'"
dealer is out of JAX. Always remem- who is serving In of the Starke Coast and director of a Boy's Club; and for ......-
Guard H. C. Wynn
Investigator and Supervisor
ber that you can't buy better beer at the Rev. and Mrs. C. C. Butler four years in the Welfare Department To

any'price-and ask for JAX I of New River. The all.day was of the City of New York. He is KNOW the highway of the nation has long beten.tbe
enjoyed by
thoroughly an attorney and a member of business of our Travel Bureau. To chart the roads on legible .,," ,
the New York bar. .
T. C. Thomas of Palatka spent
the week-end here with W. J. His new secretary, Mrs. Mary maps, to classify them as to surface and character, to spot the ,f:;+1 a
Mrs. Thomas and little Rommel of Rock Island N. Y.,, -
Robinson.daughter Ann, and Mrs. Josie is the wife of S-Sgt. K. F. Rom- sections where construction or other obstacles block traffic:
mel. She has been in Starke since
Hall, who have been spending a and to tell all who Inquire-these are the full-time
TO OUR,DEALERSWe week here, returned home with April 1, and In USO work since

are working harder than him Sunday. f Juno 1. Her husband-'.Is stationed specialty Kyio Motor Travel Bureau. 0
at, Camp Blanding ,
MR. Fred Ellis and small son .
realize to be cure that your the ,;
you of Green Cove Springs spent it has been
Designed to function in time wholly
When Robin- THERESSA ,
needs are supplied. government week-end here with W. J.

priorities and other conditions Ion. By Mir Ida Haca converted to a war time basis. Pleasure trips are "out" for .
and son,
Mrs. James Tompson
prevent us from supplying Charles of Baltimore, Md., spent R. M. Hersey Is visiting his the duration but many highways are very busy, nevertheless.
tN t you for a day or two,please be the week-end here with Mr. and daughter Mrs. Leon Tomltason

%r, patient. We know your problemsand irs Louis Parrish and Mr. and and- Mr.family and In Mrs.Jacksonville.. Horace Jarrell L Officers and men are hastening camps, or moving from j jt i

we're trying' to give you as Mrs.Mrs.Millard E. D.Varnes.Jones and. Mr. and and children of Jacksonville are camp to camp, or"heading for home" on leaves and furloughs.It .,'j

i much JAX as possible. Millard Varnes were in Lake visiting Mrs. Jan-ell's parents,
cti a at to Butler Mrs. on business last Friday. Idr. and Mrs. W. W. Packham. is important for them to save time.-miles gasoline.. h.
suits \ Newman Master Pete Roberts is visiting
and Mr.family and of Mrs.Ocala Albert arrived Sunday his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. rubber. They ask our Travel Bureau to help them to conserve ,

spend 'a few days with W. H. Roberts, in Lake City. : detours.The consideration
to avoid costly / same
I e-cut corners ,
BUY WAR BONDS Mrs. Newman's parents,'Mr. and' Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Garrett left
/In. Lester Kite. Tuesday) ,for their home In Oakland applies' tri commercial: vehicles, bound on missions of war s

and Mrs. Louis Parrish and Park, after spending several
Baby Mr. son and Mrs. James Tomp- days with Mrs. Garretfs mother, .' necessity....This service is free. .' '.
Dickinson. ** .
Charles were vlsltng Mrs. J. P. / '
and son,
lon relatives In Jacksonville SAturday D. J. Phillips, Sr., spent Thursday .:I 'w.c, 'il't ,,-'".
night and Sunday. of last week In Gainesville. -'. ,, .J' .
Mr. The Thomas family had a reunion -
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Wynn. 1
md Mrs. Lester Kite and Mr. here Sunday and those
and Mrs. Tom Graves attended present were: Mr. and Mrs. Lee u
church services at Graham one iurkholt of Hampton Mr. and
irs Lacy Thomas of Lake
last week.E. .
Ight. D. Jones, who Is employed Geneva; Lee Britt of the State
1 I 3 I Is with the railroad at Wildwood Farm, Elbert Britt of Lake STANDARD OIL COMPANY
Sunday night and Mondayere Geneva, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Sharp
; y pent Dola Lee, of Mld-
mother. and daughter
with his wife and 1 N C 0 N P. R A T s s 'N a a N 'I've.V'
Mrs. Gilbert Brown and son leburg. .
S. Slbley bas as her '
Mrs. E.
were \
of Lawtey
"" m qR s 6 41'u y S'25 ;.e .rrYAx rrs.Jarvln.. J. C: Sapp and family on.day nests her two sisters from ..

BREWING COMPANY, Jacksonville, Florida recently. laml. I

e4'o s


FOCTl for crispness at any. you hope; John ---...:::
Services H. A. Carlton was; appointed the prize .I my lad(
Sgt. And Mrs. Reese to the chairmanship! of ; body's county fair Hear Mrs I miss you and the others tt

I SOCIETY and CLUBSVisitor Are Honor GuestsThe publicity, which was vacated ,by I Pearl Simpson is toying with the much as you miss ug, JUIt" *

..,--- -- I Mrs. Smith's new appointment.The idea of moving t 0 Jacksonville
Mrs. Nelson McMillan, m
home of Mr. and followIng committee chair the v

HonoredAt Night Bridge ClubIs Supper Party T. Green, near Starke, was men reported at this meeting: writes Radio School to at, nalnbridge7r; ;[I
of delightful gather- executive Remember the little fellow we put In II plug fork4
For Recent BrideMrs. the scene a Mr*. Bessie M. Burns, USOs "in
LuncheonMrs. EntertainedMiss ing of the "Green family" Mon- aecretary; F. F. Stump, treasurer; used to know as "Pinkey" Davis yet". every town I've be
"They haw
Tennlle :: Luc (lie Mitchell was N. T. RItch who prior to< day night at* an old-fashioned Mrs L. A. Davis volunteer special Well, he's been missing from me swell and alwayS] ''retlN I
Smith In uieo
Roy Miss chicken pUeau.supper, given Lemuel Colson the local scene for several years
night when she her recent marriage, was services; Mrs. feel at home '
Ga., house guest of her brother-. hostess Monday members of the Mon- Betty Green, was the Inspiration honor of Sgt., and Mrs. R. W. production; Mrs. Titus Olson, nutrition and Imagine the surprise of Call- have been -and *UJ-
in-law and sister, Mr, and Mrs.K. : club at her homeon for a delightful supper party, Reese of Montgomery Ala., who ; Mrs. Christine I Drake, streeters when he popped into pretty darned '.uc
night bridge ful., Buck
G. Duncan, was the day given Wednesday evening at 7:31 are guests of Mrs. Reese's par- home service Mrs. K. G. Duncan, town Tuesday as Captain Louis S. allow* ?
Madison St.A been !In *
guest at a 1 1u'n cheon Saturday, whIte o'clock by Mrs. O. I.. Beasley and enta, Mr. and Mrs. Adam Gieen. camp and hospital; C. H. Nas- Davis-no less PlnKey really Washington aDd hey to
E. L. Matthews at color scheme of red, sleep in the USO
given by Mrs :Mrs J. VV. Kincaid Inthe out- Guests were seated out of doors worthy disaster; ; Mrs. Grace appeared to be !In the pink and lOunge .la th
St. GladIoli carried out every station In
N. Church a
and blue was chair
her home on Mitchell door living room at the home of: and Informal conversation was Wainwright. first aid; :Mrs. E. M. makes a snappy-looking officer' and t iIoD,
the s
and dahlias were arranged detail In decorating mean soft one,
roses throughout lower floorof home for this lovely affair. Ar- the former on Walnut Street. [ enjoyed during the evenIng. Davis home nursing; Mrs Vir- Seems he entered the Army what a crowded either CoQ.
colored charm strings, Red Cross nurse; Miss commission as a result of place that
Gaily Bell, with a
the home in decorating for this rangements of blue hydrangea Those enjoyIng' this delightful ginia Girl. ? 7 ? Whew U''
and white zinnias and other vivid flowers, with the hosts and honored Idalou Davis, Junior Red Cross; his several summers of CMTC and *
red myrtle supper never seen
affair.A crepe so /
was der were artistically olean-I were arranged against the natural guests were: Mr. and :Mrs. L. D. N. Sternberg, war fund ; Mrs. has had a promotion every six moat too much many for it soy a

: tbree-courae'loncheon and screens shrubbery formed a perfect set Green Miss Elise Green Mr. and Junius Smith, publicity. months since He's stationed used this boy Wbe
table' laid with a the living was to seeing
served from a' so
ting for the lovely affair. and family genuine with the 20th Armored Divisionat many mos
'' and lace' luncheon set and porch where the guests were en- Mrs. Adam 'Green Judge Perryman expressed men than girls, which Is
centered by a 'low' arrangementof tertained. Further carrying out Supper was served buffet style Mrs. W. M. WimberlY, Miss Fred- appreciation for the coopera Camp Campbell., Ky., and Has in Starke" Buck's the CIIt

dahlias, daisies and fern. the patriotic motif a large American from a long table, covered with Ii dy WImberly, Mr. and Mrs. L. J. tion ahown by chairmen of the been spending a 10-day leave atjax'ville Lester McMillan- addrellli'

dwarf wereheld by minia- Flag was displayed on the gay Fiesta cloth and ;centered Green and children, :Mr. and Mrs. various activities. Beach ,. i It's A Small 1-43. Barracks 's 2-c, o_
Place cards, with an unusual arrangement ,of Green Mr. and Mrs. Edwin chairman' World Dept.: Peg Erskine (who 129 U) s'V, -rT,*
ture baskets of flowers., \ porch.At A. H. ,Mii.! Smith of the Bainbrldge, Md. >
the concluston'of the bridge fruit, vegetables and a Mexican Green and children P., M. Bare- nominating committee, submitted spent a year on the USO-YMCA:
dessert the -
, Following the course charm string. Adding further staff here writes friends from
E.1 Middle- )
foot DI' and Mrs. W.
was who were
Miss Evelyn Stump the following names Another CallKtreetvr
with a
honoree was presented game color to the table was) the flesttchina ahort.w.,.
she met a
MIddleton and India that recently
with a box of dusting ton, Miss Madge officers for the fiscal back home
of linen guest towels. Mrs. presented ,voted as Jng thIs week '
I ,
I pair reward for makingthe'highest and gla lWar Mian Marjorie! Sue' Middleton.VRed ,, .iK tr son. 'tIft .Chaplain HtignFryer ltho"setd f\\,.
J. P/.iBurns lit .Atlanta, >Q "ii powder her seated I ;, II'>= yean- yq hid-'aHn-' schbol ter, !qPlirjl_;& attending! ,
at anther he to
: etta '! "s ore. TJhB guests were halH tJbb. used Radio d;
other 'IflKW-Oi' town",fWAifgt Lowprizeywas 'I F. K')Perry r.ilLii, ari, but In Auburn:
in Storeon Ak
long.tablet ,places: being hours working Stump's
p'' lineh namlk i c1 tet': "'" a"fca, \: '" of "dudtifig''pbJvder. designated by place cards, whIch''':, Cross hapterHas E: Wilson, 1st vice chairman; E. Call St. We old-time Call f "Carolyn, there fuel lal'l,

Those Invited to be with :Mrs. Tempting refreshments of gIn- L. Matthews 2nd vice chairman; anything happening around
were decorated In varl-colored Annual Meet Streeters, of course, r e m e mber thk
ale and sherbet, cake and Edwards 3rd vice chairman; place, ,but work. I
Smith and the hostess were: :Mrs.K. ger fruit and vegetables The cen- Hal Hugh whose father was rector of could fJIj!
t, Adkins stuffed dates were served at a Mrs G, P. Wadaworth, Sr., ,4th more to do in just
O. Duncan, Mrtf., 'A.Z. '. tral arrangement on this table Interesting reports from varIous St. Mark's Episcopal Church here one block t
Mrs. W. B. Sewell, Mrs. Thomas late hour. Miniature flags were heard at the vice chairman"; Mrs. Eugene Long: Call Street, and wherever I |
was similar to those of the supper chairmen were* during World War I. -. Peg'is n I
,Mrs placed on each plate as favors: 5th vice chairman; Mrs. A. Z. will always come back
F. Grady and herguest, table. annual meeting' of: the Bradford now with the Red Cross at ,the there to

Burns, Mrs. D. B. White, Mr*. Those present to enjoythjs dellghtful Mrs. Beasley and' :Mrs. KIncaid County Chapter American Red Adkins secretary; F." F, ,Stump, 20th General Hospital somewherein make my home" From th
Mrs T.' T. Longand ..with Mia... Mnc&>! treasurer. tone of his letter, I
D. P. Carpenter, party (presented Mrs. Ritch with a service Cross, held Monday morning at India gather !that,
her guest, Mrs W. T. Jack were: Mrs. W. ,H,';Thomson Jr.; of individual Fiesta 10 o'clock in the office of JudgeE. I Walter wouldn't mind! a few 1m!,

'{ son of Baconton,, Ga.t-Mrs. L. D. Miss..EvelynStump: Mrs. J. ,RWatnwrlghC pear-shap: K. Perryman, chairman WAVE from, his friends, both at boat
ed casseroles memento the Starke
Abbie as a In The Mailbag The, following IIf and abroad, and in
VIning Mrs C.. At kblgllt, Miss ? Miss Harley occasion. :Mrs. Lemuel Colson. chairmanof t cane any It

Middletoa'4nd'.Mrl.: M, F. Mrs. Joe Scanlan! ,' Mrs. ,Arthur production, stated that the Visits Parents from Call Street's own them feel so.inclined his addrm
Madge .. : :Those Invited to be with the John Godwin I'm is Walter
-' i. Holiday, Mrs. J. W. Brownlee, local chapter has been urged to (Cpl.) ;, : KIng-S 2-c, Ntvii

Brown. ; : : 4 / ,Mrs. Fred Guy, Miss. Irene Math ."honoree and the two hostesses accept a new quota for 144, more! ;Miss :Martha :Matbews.-a WaveIn way up here In Tonawanda, N. Y., Radio School, Cottage 14-B, An.

e'' *. ews Miss Frances Peek and Mrs. .were Mr. Carrie Rltcb. Mrs. kit bags, which are given to eer-; the U. S. Navy, left Saturday where 'In my estimation only burn Ala. Surely makes ,u

Announcement*!..1 ., H. M.. RIcharde.of the State' Farm.. Floyd Green Mrs. T.:. -J. Griffin,, vice men leaving for foreign duty. for the Naval Hospital at, New- Eskimos should be, for here it _Is few Callstreeters who are still Mt!!
'v' ) Miss T h e 1 ma Corpenlng Mist almost July and it's,just begin- : On the; home front feel
Of Marriag ..f' Judge Perryman Immediately donated port, R. I., after spending a 7- good to
.;)It! .. Jr. Woman's Club Frances Peek Miss Evelyn Stump; $5 for this'purpose and the day leave with her parents, Mr. ning ,to warm up a ,bit. People know that wherever our boy 10
Mrs. W. H. Thomson, Jr., Mlaa
Mathews She up her.e can't do enough for the they still have a warm I
Announcement J1"; been made Chapter agreed to fulfill the new and Mrs. Roy was spat> a
of the marriage"'<\f"-Mrs. Grace The Junior;Woman's Club will Gayle .;7Sewell Miss, Carolyn quota.: Cltlzen :.of Starlte are transferred from Portsmouth, 'N.H. service men and we are. treated their hearts for Starke sun

,Wood Wainwrlght'' ,Starke to bold its regular meetingWednes Green) and ',Mrs R. Green.; urged contribute to this, fund, ; .*' where she bad spent four like kings. Everything Is .free' think: Bradford County girls !u,

Lt. Theodore,, Ha/bld \Qsborne: on day night, July 14, ,In- ,the club .Mrs. L. Ao'.D4VI. resigned .as, .,! eks. : Boy; oh boy! 'There's a slew ,of prettiest, ''Bradford berrlet I the

Friday, July, 4.: In,-..Jack oDVllJe. house at*.8 o'clock. Hoate....-will Christening: ServiceWilliam chairman of,Voljinteer( Services, She desires to be a nurse, and girls up here-about.two to'every sweetest ,and Call Street the

Lt. Osborne connected: with the be' .Mls" Irene' Matthews; "Miss stating that 'numerous'' other was to report Monday for the! male. They are plenty vice, but friendliest white way In UK

Ground observer" 'Corps,-of the Miriam ,Guy 'and :Mrs., w. C. Frederick Thomson: civic duties 'make, It Impossible Naval Hospital to take up some Between you and me,. they can't world .;. .It' certainly glvei ,a

Aircraft Warningp tyrce, with Powell.r Miss ,Frances; J'eek'wllJ three and one half months old Infant for her. to continue this1 branch of this work. "I've never come up to the Southern belles something, 'to live up to, and
Jacksonville// "" have the son 'Lieutenant and -)In.W. respon- J.y.a 'long shot. My .feet are we'll ''try to'keep It that
offices in : charge off, ; program.STARKE sibility. Mrs. Junlijg ::M. Smith seen her-more Interested in anything" way
,', H. Thomson, Jr., was christened fellows
-I. Itching! to pound the pavement'on till you come back homer
was selected to serve in"her place, her father, Roy R. Mathews -
Sunday, June 27, at :12:30 o'. with, Mrs., Glen*puke a s vice said. "She was anxious to dear' old Call Street; which I hope So, long ." See you In UK
clock at the home of his maternal back." to: do again In the not,too distant next k ...
chairman of Special get
.grandparents Mr. and Mrs.' F. F. ..? \future" Well, here's belpln'. -Carolyn
Stump.. Lt. Thomson who Is In .r
the service of his country In New I

Guinea, was unable\ to be presentat .

FLA In the the ceremony.presence of the Immediate Carolyn Callstreet ;

family and a few intimate "TAKE

friends,, the Rev. Charles H. ,Allen a'I I t ti

Sun-Mon'- Tues July 11-12-13 mony performed with a the pink impressive rose, picked cere- And now we 'know- what they Glad you told me, Miss Cora OF THE THINGS
from the Stump's flower garden. i mean by a safe and sane Fourth Don't believe I care to go that

Standing with Mrs. Thomson' It's what we've just exper- way, myself .

and Infant, son were Mrs. H. V. ienced .' Not a firecracker YOU HAVE"SAYS i .1

Knight, cod mother, and F. F. fired or an automobile smash-up Quite a thrilling vacation that

THIS GIRL IS A FOOL! Stump, father of Mrs. Thomson. over Practically the whole the only week-end form of.celebration -. Ann this(Ann&Harry's summer .' ). .Kaufmannhad In addition 4 .

July 4th Event here wasi'the watermelon to the nice trip to ,New York,
(D ,
cutting at the USO, and that was r :
Phllly and other cities, her fond
She wouldn't "collaborate"with At, USO-YMCA definitely on the safe side-except I husband presented her with a G '
for those who taxed their I'
sliver fox two thousand dol-
A large crowd of civilians and little too much I cape
capacity a lar THE O.C. D.os
War Bonds and had her diamond -
the conquerors sj5 t? sr service men enjoyed the program But somehow I don't go for these ring re-set in ."CITIZEN'S HANDBOOK -
{ given by representatives of the safe an' sane Fourths Just
'while they were away <. My: FOR WAR"
475th Quartermaster group of the doesn't seem quite right without
my Some girls get, all the"reakal'
WAAC detachment of Camp firecrackers exploding under your
Ingram common sense to
) 3ri Blending at the USO-YMCA Sun feet,' pleasure drivers careening *
day afteinoon. madly around corners and motorboats has been picked for special traIn- make things last as e ,
ing (In engineering) and leaves
The upsetting all over Kingsley long as possible, and
program was arranged by Camp Swift for Texas A & M In
i Lt. Earl Hack, special service Lake .' .* Just another reason I'm the wartime conservation
What happens to very near future j Only
officer for the 475th, and con- wishing for an early end of hostilities fly In the ointment Is 'that hlamuchantldpated dictates that you keep

zat e ,; sifcted of the following numbers: -BO that we may enjoy the home and" home in
your keep
+ar people like under furlough which your 'your
r er you of the old-faahloned dan-
solo return
Piano Kitchen "
Sgt. ;
was to have JJ6 the
started July bas possessions In'ood good order for
solo Pvt. Martin trio Privates gerous and defln I tel y insane

a the Rule of Total ;,, Douglas, Smith ;and Reynolds; fourth 'of July ? necessarily Seems there's been a little cancelled deal'I now,, order and repair. duration. So says Defense theBrushuponthemany

feats of Pvt.. Ashton vocal Office of Civilian -
magic ; In
between -
es Terrprf The unforgettable solo Pfc. Johnson; Saxophone and Although the .Fourth was prac- and progress the WAVES Evelyn. More detailsas Stump skills which will help _

of trumpet duet, Pvt. Larson and tically a dead loaa.aa, far as newsIs soon as it's definite Owen

i story Pfc. Weltie; vocal solo, Pvt. Dal- concerned, a,;Jot of Interesting Griffin (Major) wants friends to LET PLAX AND. OTHER LOWE BROTHERS FINISHES
lara. things: have happened since you
desperate adventure last perused' this column write and tell him what's happened HELP PROTECT YOUR HOME AND ITS POSSESSIONS
Ati I Following the program dell- to Dick Tracy and.Little Or-
I claus ice cold watermelon was Frlnstance. details concerning the phan Annie The
,x r ajt't address Is: Lowe Brotners
< e marriage
flaming courage of Grace'WaInwright to
served by the USO staff, assisted Major Owen W. Grlffln-O. 324942,
by members, of the WSO and Ted (Lt. Osborne, have just been 6th Army Hdqs., APO 442, carl PER PINT
( fierce hate Seems the event
GSO. Those divulged Postmaster
taking part on the San Francisco, Calif. PLAX
; 2l program were also guests at a took place last Friday between .
defiant love cruel sessions of the 2nd A f r' raft
where cold
supper party a plate fUC
I I followed by Watermelon, was Recognition class in Jacksonville THE UNIVERSAL'AN ISH
betrayal served It was complete in the military but .'tis rumored tell anyone that I Starke told you has, FOR ALL ENAMELING
with the.
: manner newlyweds
.. become the For perfect enameling hard wear and
d exiting under an arch of crossed testing ground of a rethat resists
Afternoon Party rifles after the ceremonyallthIs very effective new secret weapon suits on any surface. Easy abuse. Economical, too.
Hear to apply quick to dry. A ordinarily only on coat J is
Grandma Gel
In spite of their efforts to g e r
For Nrs. Robinson
have the event definitely on the (mother of :Mrs. A. A. Durden) tough bauty gloss finish ,needed; for. rcfintshingr.I.OWC .

3"'iNst4AVGHTON Mrs. Lester Price Robinson of quiet and simple side Seems, discovered its effectiveness during

Orlando was the honoree at a however, that Ted's] associates and an emergency that arose at her

delightful afternoon bridge party' the many friends Grace made home the other day and has already -

Tuesday[ given by Mrs William; while attending the 1st Recognition become very efficient In Its
the week before use .. Sorry I can't give Tough and 10Ilg-laat1nQ'. ar
Walton at the home of Mr. and class : just any Brother
Mrs. Fred Guy on Walnut St. wouldn't let ,them, have it that further details but maybe Mrs. O to spplto: Inferior Door ofF

., will talk If you ask her! I A 4m wood concrete..Withstand
Artistic arrangements of roses way ?.Ceremony,was performed -
fffe were placed to advantage in the by a pastor from Hilllard who Can only' say that a careless Ly || H .hd wear-clean*...ny.,,

4 livIng and dining rooms. and. the. attended the classes the same khakilad was the victim and departed '
from PER
sun porch. week Grace did and Insisted on Durden premises ENAMEL $1
coming back to Jacksonville to somewhat chagrined-to say the QUART:
Upon arrival the guests were least! .
Hear Bill an' Bernice 'f ,
THEYEAR'S GREA1 ORAMAOFTODAYS served a tempting salad course officiate at the happy event -
and iced lemonade Incidentally.Lt. and Ml.. Osborne I McMillan like Moultrle. Ga., a
little better
1 SECRET HEROES! leave Saturday to, spend two now than when they *
When scores were totaled at I first
moved there several
weeks visiting various points in month.
the conclusion of the bridge game Long Island New Fork and New ago Seems Bill was quite upset lowe Brothers { iIrotAen
Ie..was found that Mrs. Fred Guy for
ins the
first few weeks '
will meet by
Jersey, where Grace "MELLO-GLOSS
b: Had made high and she was pre- "the.family" : the' shortage of Coca-Cola and 32 HIGH STANDARD
anted with a box of Yardley's In that ultra dry Gawgla town SEMI-CUSS

'% t dk4 toilet soap. In. game of bingo S- Thelma-Jennings back In .' Even missed l Call Street's .. WALL PAINT 'HOUSE! '. .PAINTISavesi .

'i GEORGE SANDERS Ulrs James. Lewis won a box of town a trifle disgusted with the blaring jook organs ,they say Its beautiful. lno. lsst.ng ,.tneney" .' ,Cover*
1m bath salts.,
;, ".
Army because of its habit of moving satiny '* solidly ,more. .
WALTER SLEZAK b -Mrs. Walton 'presented Mrs. personnel, around on such Wonder If you've ever seen a ,1w>tNfin1.hta, .jaq>>.... fest $3. )5

R is Robinson with a box of dusting short if any.,notice.'.., Scarcelyhad huge sugar boiler filled to. the i > wily fclMncd and'$U p.r 9aU."i.l. f'e Gal.

\ I KENT SMITH powder. Mrs. 'J., and chlllun, moved brim with luscious chicken plleaur |_wat.soap.. 'Per Gal. ,spr.,-d.eudY. Bb 'Gal'Cear
i Those to the afternoon and settled .. Well, only in and'.ntly'
t present enjoy out ,of their house here your fondest

,, UNA O'CONNOR with the hostess and honored down In ,Avon\ ark to benear dreams,- perhaps. .But that J is

:? guest were: Mrs. James the Lieut-,,'than,, along came what actually greeted guests a.
V A JEAN RENOIR-DUDLEY UCNOLSPRODUCTION Lewis, Mrs. Fred Guy Miss Abble orders transferring him to St. the Monday night feast prepared BUY1.

Harley :Miss Delia Rose nbcrgr, Louis Mo. ..,< Sot she and the at the country home of Boots and S:;WAR BONDS AND.STAMPS' ,

DlltCTEO IT JIAN"IINOII VIrs. W. T. Kuhner. Mrs. James children are back ,at the old Nelson Green in honor 'of Sgt.
a Williams Mrs. D. S. Riddell stand -. .. Add iHosyncraiies: : Reese and wife Dot (Green) .'

-Also- and Mrs. E. L. Matthews. Mrs Cora (Cason) Young absolutely Hear eight juicy hens and 2J

refuses to walk by the E. oversize cup of rice went !into

Ladies Auxiliary' W. Hayes residence after dark be- the pot and when .the 20 or 3f SISTRUNK

LATEST WAR NEWS cause once, In the dear, dead daysof guests had eaten all they could
'The Ladies Auxiliary of the early Starke G. C. Livingston hold you could hardly tell the FEED & SEED '

Presbyterian Church will hold Its i owned the Hayes home: was In difference The plleau was

business meeting In the church I the undertaking business and kept fittingly topped 8ff with some 01 STORE

& .SELECTED SHORTS annex Tuesday afternoon. July 13, the hearse in an old garage Katie Bell Wlmberly's marvelour

at. 4 o'clock. known then a's "the hearse house" cucumber pickles that would co; Starke.. 'Ft&. ?


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.--- BITS ot LUCAL NEWS 1 Albert Barker, a resident of Coan of Washington Ind., fatherof which Is the equivalent of a Cap-

Starke for the past two years, Mrs. Julius L. Thorn of Starke.He tain In the Army. He was first Battle Refought

N left Saturday to accept a place as and Mrs. Coan visited theirdaughter in Princeton N. J., then In New

carpenter with the St. Johns and son-in-law and York then in Bainbridge
on Mrs. Carrie Rltch' \ : City, ,
left Tuesday and Mr. and
Sw Miss
Koch Mrs. N. T. Ritch Marian: Dowling, student River Shipbuilding Co., in Jack- grandchildren In Starke last January Md., and now bas been transfer

L! trip to Arcadia. visitors In Jacksonville were Wednes business nurse at Riverside Hospital! in sonville. He will live with his and February, at which time red back to Bainbridge.

L spent day. Jacksonville, was the guest Monday sister, Mrs U..C, Roberts at 2023 they celebrated their Golden Wed. -, y
Mra Lv.ilDavis of her :Mr.:
parents and Mrs.
Ernest Street.
ding Anniversary ;
i Jack FOUR :MONTHS ."OuaII'S:
in E. J. Dowling.
Mrs. W.
W. E. Thornton Jack Halle and son Miss Jewell Powell, JVughter of XV.: and Mrs. Harry Kaufman, Pfc. Edwin L. Flowers former

officer 10-day vuatlon.: are spending this week In Mrs Louis Sage, of New York Rev. and Mrs. G, C. Powell, has owners of Ann & Harry's restaurant munager of the Southern 5 cent

ng a Atlanta and Rutledge, Ga., visit- City, arrived in Starke yesterday enrolled for the 1943 fall term here, recently returned from to $1 store, was Inducted Into the i

i ,ia, b been moreL ing l'elaUves.Mrs. for a two months' visit with her at Florida Southern, College at an enjoyable two-weeks' vacation Army March 2, and In these four

for those d..lrlng a Vivian :McConl: left Wed- husband, Louis Sage manager of Lakeland. Registration for this spent In New York. Philadelphia, months has already been In four

L buy land to build. I nesday evening tot a week's vacation Suslow's Army Store. session will begin September 13, Atlantic City and Allentown, Pa. Army Camps. He was Inductedat

[ fe10lS for sale reanonL with relatives and friends in :Mr.: according to an announcement by On their return trip home they Camp Blending, was soon sent
and Mrs. W. M. Wainwright
L I on termD.- E. Knight Bainbridge, Ga. and Dr. Ludd M. Spivey, President stopped off in Washington D. C., to Atlantic City, N. J., then to
flit. 1ttp: ; family have returnedto to visit a niece Chief Petty Officer Joneaboro, Ark., and has Just arrived cIr1\;

Mrs. J. T. Moore and son, their home Tallahasaee after Never ban the time been more Gladys Goldmann.Dr. I at Fort Bragg N. C., wherehe

[H, c Rltch spent several George, of Plant City were week- spending some time at their cot- opportune for those desiring a expects to remain until about

hig week In Gainesville end guests of Mrs Marcus F. tage on Kingsley Lake. home to buy land to build. I and !Mrs. H. B. McLendonand July 25.: After that, he thinks he

relatives Brown and children.. Kaspar Duncan have a 'f"W .Iota for sale reasonably daughter, ;Jeannette of Or- will go to some point in Missouri

accompaniedby and on t rtn .-D. E. Knight, lando, who have spent the past
his grandmother where he will remain for several
-Mrs. Rosa "
[ Annie Mae Kemper spent Sgt. and Mrs. R. W. Reese ofMaxwell StMTke Fla. 7-S 4tp two weeks on the Gulf Coast near

IT here with her .mother,. Field, Ala., are guestsof Duncan of LakeButler left Wednesday Marlanna\ arrived yesterday, for months.
Jertha Pearce. for Miami for a visit with Mrs Bertha Pearce has as her "Ed" 8-weeks'
Mrs. Reese's parents, Mr and a visit withMrs., McLendon's parents 'completed a i
Mrs. Adam Green. Lt. and Mrs. Ross Adams. guest this week her son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs E Arkansas State College I I
D. E. Knight were S. ,Matthews course at the King George .f Great Britain
,d Mrs. L. J. Lane, who has been with
in Jacksonville Mrs. j. W. Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Saxon left ; McLendon returnedto at Jonesboro on June 23, and watches American troop re-enact
visitors the Marine
Kincaid Merchant since last
8 will leave Tuesday for their home in Fort Orlando today, while Mrs. Mc- street fighting Africa.. An AraerIcan -
week.Barefoot Is Administrative Technical
last an
of tomorrow for is stationed
Tampa where she February. He at '
y Lauderdale after Lendon and Jeannette remained brigadier general st left, explain

Sara ls! "enjoying will ,,visit !her pauents: !,,,Mr.' ,ands! Weeks In the home visiting of Mrs. three Sax.on."l Ney; Ore.an| !La., ,and)Is" on"a:: fora, longer,.visit.' I ...,. ,: Clerk:! He Ikes hjs'worJi{! the actton t. the British men-

TallahaZSee'ivitp.:Mr.rs. {"r, tJ ... fd, ,.''ot!" ,J ',},,: I! stel' Mrlijertba..Pearce.. week's leave. His wife has been ; : :. :fIne** 'ilfs\: ,AloweyeWhq Is now arch. LleoC Gen. Hark Clark. V.
> in ? { with !Mrs. Pearce Ince his>.en _.MrjKu'Dl' P.'Carpentr'and Mrs: S. A.. Is on the right..
S. D. Phillips. Judge and Mrs. A. Z. Adkins manager of the store, said.
Mrs. listment.J. Ethel :M. Biggs several
have K. G. Duncan and sister, spent days
R. F. Demorest left last moved to their summer Mrs. Roy Smith of Tennllle Ga., I this week in Atlanta Ga., where -
I for Americus Ga., to visit home on Kingsley Lake for a spent Thursday of last week at : E. Whitehead local! 'managerof Mrs. Carpenter attended various
stay, of several weeks. the Western Union, returned showings of items Ancient Tool Aids Bombers "
jier, O. C. Johnson.. Penney Farms as guests of Capt. Wednesday from a two-weeks gift for the
and Mrs. John gift department at Carpenter's: .
Wanted: Clean cotton No Murphy McMillan.:
Mary Ollle Thomas ,left rags. fishing trip among the Keystone Drug Store. They were accompanied
extended visit trouHern. No buttons.-Bradford Mr. Heights lakes A. P. Schmaus ot
eek for an and Mrs. H. A. Lawson far
as Ga.
County Telegraph. tf Orlando took charge of the officein as-Albany, by
elatlves In .Macclenny.I had as recent guests Mrs. C. H.
?" Mrs T. T. Long and sons, Tom
his absence. Mr. 'Schmaus
Register Jr., and children Charles
'Mrs. Warren E. Perkins and -
I D. Cash and little eon son Edwin, are enjoying a weeks' and Hugh of Tallahassee, and managed the local office for a and Dave, and Mrs. W. T. Jack;

turned from a visit withes I visit with relatives In Lakeland Mrs. L. R. Moore of West Palm month In November. son, 'Who haI spent some time
New Orleans! .La:
i .. Plant City and Tampa.. Beach.J. .. Many friends here 'will. regretto here as guest of her daughters,

John O. Carter has rej Mrs. P. M. Barefoot spent the B. Rowe had as his guestson learn of the death of W. P. M'rs. Carpenter an'd Mrs Long

j from a two weeks' 'visit week-end In Tallahassee visiting the Fourth of July his daugh- r.t .

[elatlves In,Wilson-,", N.. .C/ her'son-in-law and daughter, Mr. ter-in-law, Mrs. VernonRowe, her #

and Mrs. S. D. Phillips. little daughter Gayle, and OUR SERVICE ,MENTtevvtcd .
Richard Tlrede of' Jack- Miss Jewell Reddish, all of Jacksonville |. Secs ., l...r*.t ......r.i..
weekendhere Nradlsrd' to..Pp.. mow _rvl' .. tBrl)
ie spent the Municipal Judge Selden Waldo : ..._ P.r...... ..* frl..... un ......* t. N
er mother, Mrs. F'' H. -r--LoAg. of Gainesville ''was attending .. _....... br br ...... >. .**... sad l.....r.
Lt. Lillian Stump, Lt. Vivian Iron the boro .<.*.? twmmt ...*. Svrvlro
legal matters before Circuit Judge ... .... mlmo ....._..* <. writ (. ...
Bernice Opperman and 'A. Z. 'Adkins Wednesday. Croft, and Lt. Elizabeth.Harris of rlYt ree.rtl.g eve. ... .>.. .rtivltlroPROMOTED'IN .
: ::::: !
Frances Opperman spent Camp Blanding were dinner guests ..

|ay shopping In Jacksonville t Jimmy Hoppe of Tampa arrived -, Thursday night of Lt. Stump's 1 .

Wednesday a few days parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. F. AFRICA bird flying through the air. The i-z -

Nona Brown left this visit with his uncle and aunt, Mr, Stump. Private James "VV.. Loadholtc, bird was about the size of a : -t

|(for Fort Myers where she and Mrs. .O.- L. Beasley. son.jot Mrs Lomle LoadholtzMoaetey robin and he shot it with a ;

pend the next few months. Never ha the time been more of LawteyJ't ;:"Jiajf been promoted rifle. This' morning I heard a v
.Mr., and Mra. L. J. Green and opportune for thane desiring a ,
to tbe rank Of corporal in terrible lot''of noise-sounded likea
,Chas. A. Darby and,daughprglnla children and Mr. and Mrs A. H. home"to' buy lands to build. I armored unit of the Fifth' bunch of kids screaming at the f

Jean, are visiting rel- Green were visitors to, 'Gainesville -" have a few lots for sale reasonably American the Army with r which he is I top of their lungs, but I knewIt "This Chinese bey carries 1aaD.-e........ stone for airplane ...78

In Jacksonville this' week I Monday afternoon., i iI and on term*.-D. B. Knight in North Africa In' his could not be children because In the ancient ,.... basket mpended over Us .bevMstf/'Nearbr) Is mm

I Stake,. FTa.:. 7.3, .4tp serving Load our camp Is very isolated. I got American B-Sft bomber. The two tools ar.. separated by UtooMBda .*
Mrs. K. G. Duncan and Mrs.I present capacity Corporal .et the mca who ass them !save' a common goal-,defeat of
and went outside and
/ yJudge aid Mrs. E. K. Perryman holtz will be a tank driver. up gue.swhat the Aar.. '
1'"ti/// Roy Smith were guests-.We Ui_ I saw! There must have
and Mi.'and Mrs L. A. Davis -
day of.State's Attorney and Mrs;; ; ARE.'ISITOnS been more than a hundred mon-
T. E. Duncan at Beach. we r e dinner guests Wednesday KIRKLANDS
Hampton evening of Dr. and Mrs. C. Mr. and Mrs. 'J.T. Kirkland, keys up in the trees about a FUNERAL DIRECTOR' jo\: '"!
hundred from the barracks.
..Mrs. W. H. Thomson, ..11'.,, rit d Batronelle Gainesville 'at their home in Jr., and children in the were home here of Mrs.Kirkland's recently -. They surely yards were cute, and I'm My Many Y\rs Experience Makes It Possible Yor'Me to 'Reader

i Miss Evelyn Stump spent Tuesr1 ; visiting and EFFICIENT PROMPT and COURTEOUS SERVICE
I -- going to try to catch one
-1. llr. and Mrs.
parents, ,
In Gainesville I IDeWITT
day as guests of *
: Mr. and Mrs. E. O. Edwards, L. R. Starling. Mr.Klrkland was make a pet out of him. -. MODERATE PRICES -
Mr. and Mrs. Robert O. Strip- '
Ing.. Owners of the New Method Cleaners on a 3-day pass ':from Moody "Still haven't received a single C. JONES '

on 'Temple Avenue, expect to Field, Valdosta, Ga.,'where he baa letter since leaving the States, Starkey Florida

leave Monday for a months' .visit months.He but am still hoping.
Mrs. J. P, Burns and daughters. been stationed for eight
among relatives in Tulsa and of cold storage Love to all,
Misses Joan and .Jean Burns of has charge .the -

Atlanta, Ga., are guests of Mrs.' CUshing, Oklahoma. plant, taking care of fresh Ralph.Lt. .
Ralph E. Rhodes, Special Ambulance For Colored Emergency Patients, +
Burna"- mother Mrs. I. ManS meats and vegetables and is attending -
Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Ray have
i 25th Fighter Sqd.
the advanced training DE C. JONES, ,Telephone 7
a ,- turned<' to their home in Lakeland WITT
.e KM, ..-. I school there. **' APO 629, New N. Y. e I
after a visit here with their

Mrs. R. A. Green had as her relatives, Mrs. J. W. White, Mr. AT FORT HKAOO
I wee k -end guest Mrs. Norman VISITS PARENTS IIKKE
J and Mru. O. W. White and Misses Charles P. Edwards, Route 2,
who is Rabeck I is on a 12-day
Blakely of Miami, president Robert
Olive and Amelia Ray. Field THEATRESTARKE
Starke. has arrived at the
I of the Florida: Board. of furlough from Camp Hood. Texas,

Nurses. Mrs. C. C. Mendoza and son, visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs.J. Artillery Replacement Training
Center, Fort Bragg, N., C., for
er the Stationing Prom Cliff, returned last Thursday to F. Rabeck. He attended a
He has
You are allowed 3 Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Gentry spent their home In San Antonio, Texas special radio school In Washington basic military training. ,
been to E 10th MONDAY JULY II 12
assigned Battery SATURDAY SUNDAY -
Irs ef Shoes Per Year. '; last week in Richomnd. Va., as after spending some time here as D. C., and has teen at Camp ,,
1 Bn., 4th F. A. Training Regiment,
guests of Senator and Mrs. Chas guests of Mrs. Mendoza's parents, Hood for about two months, and II ':
after his Initial will
Us Make'Your.OldOnes and training
ret Ros and Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Mr. and Mrs. T, J_Orlffln. In the army for over six months.
Like' New Snyder be transferred to'a field organization. -
I Miss Marcia Sparkman of Dade RETURNS TO CAM .

A few well-located lot fur sale City was visiting friends here Sgt. Eston Jordan, who recently .b I '
to colored people In Starke. .Buy Tuesday and Wednesday.' She was received his promotionfrom I I WINS MARKSMAN MEDAL '
SHOE SHOP and lots '- her home from Talla- Pvt. Seeber Goodman, now stationed t",
Is on
now while money easy way the rank of corporal, has
-. Prom Park Th.atre 7-9 hassee where she had been taking at Camp Santa Anita, | ,'t. i'
are cheap.-1). E. Knight. 4tp returned to h le I station at \ .
special teaching courses. brief Ft'l Calif.,, was recently awarded the 'Sf- >:'_ !"',
Lewis, Wash., ff.r.! a, ; medal of marksman because of :P"

NAT SEZ:' Mr. and Mrs.' Joab Creekmoreand lough spent with his parent near his accuracy on the range at the I '/.,' '',
Is serving / IJ Ji '
; Sgt. Jordan < ?
daughter, Dolores, spent Starke West Coast Ordnance Training ':.''' '
Well, folks, I'm through steaming Thursday of last week visiting with the' 6..th' 'Tank'' 'r''' Destroyer Center. Soldiers In this| branchof I .2;

at Hot Springs ,and am now relatives in Live Oak. Upon their Bn. the service are classified as

S' 'steaming in little olelNew' York. return Miss Dolores Wrede ac- noncombatants, but the nature of I POWERL
here thanIt ooTioanled them to Starke for a LETTER FROM: modern warfare demands that I
SI! Believe) It's hotter up Mrs. D. A. Monteith recently "T
visit. man know how to defend '
I* back home. Only received a very Interesting letter himself against attack. Even I :, ;

that up here the wife make Mr. and Mrs. 1\(. W. Morrow, from her! son, Lt. Ralph Rhodes, though Pvt. Goodman has as his
me wear a coat and tie, and back business pursuit pilot now stationed vt4. Leading his Submarinecrew..blastlng
formerly of Hampton, were a main job the servicing of theline" j
home, where everybody know me, "somewhere In India", and has p
visitors here this week. They with weapons, ammunition, his
around<< Just like I please let the Telegraph way
I to
can go consented
are now living in Lake Butler, kindly and the vehicles of war, he will
I'll la In his
faa IIH the law allow excerpts. Under w, glory
where Mr. Morrow has,accepted reproduce now be able to fight the enemy In '
be back ,with you soon, but In 16 1943. Lt. Rhodes role for the duration I
of June ,
the p r 1 n c 1 palshlp of the 'high date case of necessity. Before his Induction -
I'll let read
.the meantime you school. wrote: Into the Army, Pvt. Good-
about another American Hero: getting along
man lived at Hampton and was i
Mrs. Thomas F. Grady owner swell here and am finally STATIONED a popular employe of Gay's Service I

of the Florida and Ritz Theaters, some place! Thought I'd Station In Starke. His wife

MERICAN HEROESBY will leave this"week-end for St. never get, to stay In one place Mrs. Eloise Goodman, still makes'

Louis, Mo., for a two or three- more than a week, but guess I'll her home at Hampton. II

.LEFF we ks' visit with her husband, be here for quite a while. r

who Is connected with the M-G-M "Am in a very small outfit. VISITS HOME FOLKS

Studios. Everybody knows everybody else! Packham Seaman
George J. "
I Most of the fellows h Have Deen first-class, who has been In the I

Wanted" Clean cotton rags. No over' her "fQt', 18 'months, and I Navy for the past nine months, Lf

r troiiNer. No butfons.-Bradford. surely hope this 'war is over be- spent the week-end with his parents ,

County<<", Telegraph. tf fore another', 18 months rolls by. Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Pack-

/7 Don't think you'll have to worry ham,, at Theressa. He Is a for-
Mr. 'Mrs. Fate Gassett recently -
; and about getting hurt because
my' mer employe of the Tip Top Super
.' had' as their guests their only one pilot has been killed Market, and Is stationed at Miami. in stirring %j
two sons who are In the Army. here In the past 18 months and '
Davis Gassett of Shreveport, ....
ftp. he wasn't shot down. He wrecked SOT. LEWIS HOMES. :

La., spent last week at home, and his plane landing It and this Sgt. Ovid O. Ixswls: stationed ANNE DANA

Pvt. Coolidge Oassett spent theweekend happened about nine! months ago. at the Ordnance Unit Training

a ; here. "We are' supposed to have the Center, Jackson, Miss., Is spending I BAXTER ANDREWS

rr. Mrs. N. Sternberg left last best fighter squadron in this a 15-day furlough with his ,JMAUS GLEASON DIME MAY WHTTTf
I I theatre. In one raid, quite a mother Mrs., R. P. Lewis,\at
'week for New York City, where while ago 33 Jap bombers andput'lUlt Broker He Is Chief Clerk for Di.e1.d, AtCMIt MAYO.lvc" tf MILTON
is he was met by Mr; Sternberg. 'over on a ,RULING ScraM Play lr*. Sw *M0 Orfefcal
been vacationing in Hot planes came the Quartermaster, and has been .,.,,a, w. .........,.
..:-."' i who had bombing mission and 29 of the in the army seven months. -
Springs, Ark., While In New '
33 were shot down! The boyssaid
York they will buy.fall merchandise .- that they could have got the Tuesday 'Vedneaday.Thursday, Jaly; '!*". h( 15
s here. GUY I'UOMOTKI:
1- r, _4 I for'their store rest of them but were ',ar 'uJ.ng John A.- Guy brother-of Fred

Mrs. B. P. Smith and daughter among themselves as to whose Guy of the Starke Coca-Cola Dotting "CHINA"/ I "
r.Tb. turn It was and sothe'remainingfour Co. who' has been 'in the '
Porter ,
Mrs. :
is. '' Strausberg, iorN'd'
)of Fellg '
Dinraarhlr.dc has beer sworded Sufi Sgt 0.71. Morgan and Mrs. Meachum, slipped away in a nearby Navy about at year, was recently ALAN _LAID. LOKKTTA u ..,.:.t 'I
>terrles Crea cloud.
Simmer, of Huntington Terns foe meaning a sob-merhisb No end all of Daytona Beach were guests promoted from Lieutenant, Junior
lh. J.p Nuekell Mrs. H. ,L. This' la quite wild country Grade, to fuil-grade Lleutenantetatt ;
ming th* fir. .7 low.dyieg enemy planes during Tuesday of Mr. and About month ,
lickipi FUl Brownlee. Mrs. J. E, Futcb. and around our camp -RITZ- "

Lehr & truek rt. get, tore, Ilad'kept fr matt mjriTf"He Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Davis. ago, several! of the boys went deer '
loarxlf showed bravery bcyoad : hu tlu&. All of a sudden a large IIAIH

Ire now much you can invst ta WaraS.rlrnptJo"d *"> 7" Mrs. G. L. Patten and son, Bengal tiger walked across the .. Sunday, Monday July 11 12 fr

Joins new.Steinberg's. George, of Tallahassee are guests path 'about 50 yards ahead of DAYS

- of'Mr. Patten's mother, Mrs. E. them. The boy with the best C'A S A B LAN C A '
homeon rifle shot five times and mimed ..... .
E. Canova at her summer tahebb6Liquid
J Je I Kingsley Lake. Mr. Patten him at least ten feet. Everyone ilUMPHKEYl BOGART INGK1I BERGMAN:
II laughed at him but coming back
pent. the week-end with them re- 'a for Malarial Symptoms. L 1.
the same boy shot
I turning to Tallahassee Tuesday. to camp, j 'w. -



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r Schneiter, Defendant Issues'
PAGE SIX Margaret
Mrs. A. E. McKInney in :StarK C<""oHNDEK"oF seal Itne.vr. hand
fellow to the Monday. NOTICE TO APPEAR July 1st FlonW5 I ../?!,

. Florida State'Farm News Sunday afternoon. fly Minnie Lou flaxen Mrs. S. L. Odom and son ol STATE OF FLORIDA residenceIN to:; MarJar..t (OFFICIAL.SEAL, A ...
whoa J
Schneider .
and children: and / C. DAs r' .
Mr. LouisTatum of Gainesville Tampa were visiting 304 Carrie Avenue, New Philadelphia William W iaanof Vid c.i.Os
Jo Ann, Julia Marie and Glut Mlas Lucile Thomas I here last week. Ohio. Fla. Atty for Pit larhAA,
relatives nl I
By K. It. Bowler Mrs. J. W. RItch and Mr. and Louis, of Lubbock, Texas are visited relatives here Frlda and; Mrs. Raymond Crewsof You are required 1943 In to the appear above on lv: 'Inrt''r -- Lr 111.

Mrs. Reese Bradley and son, Clinton guests of Mr. and Mrs. O. 1 1.. :Mr. and Mrs. Lee Plnholster Green and :Mr.Jacksonville and were visiting Mrs.Crews' namerltCourt and cause, Bradford wherein"lalnUtt Cl sly Y' FhURIUi/1'IIIT\,It IttOpRt
CABLE of their parents, for an extended visit. children Mrs* Rosa Telegraptho.hail
were guests Partney Mr and Mrs. O. .' publish Alta (Uaudloso i',
After having been gone two Mr. and Mr. J. W. Hundley, over Richard Holmes of Miami I Is :Mre. T. W. Mai'key attende parents (thin ounty Order In next four weekly drew T, oauaiWTfX'U: ,
been able ) church in NRiver Sunday.Mr. W. Barry Monday. issues.Witness. No. 2537.
month without having the Fourth. upending a week with his parent: andchildren my hand and official ORDER ,
to communicate with his family, Mrs. J. Q. Caldwell and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. M. R. Holmes. and :Mrs. G B. Colson. Mi Mr. and Mrs. B. F Ivey L. seal I at Starke, Florida, this AND FllrS'>lJO
Supt. and Mrs. I.. F. Chapman children visited and Mrs. J. K. Douglass and Mia of Miami and Mrs D. 30th. day of June 1943.OFFICIAL STATE OF
H. K. Tyus and Mrs. Gurney Crews returne called J Thomna T Gaudl081). AA'has,
received a cable Saturday from Mrs. Lillian Gibson In Gainesville home Friday from a two week Evelyn Crews V,i 8 Ited 'Corpora Jones of Dallas, Ga., were ( A.Clerk of Maid Court. Unknown and WhUM* r..Ii"n.I\.:! '''
at Valdosta to the bedside of their J. B. Harrison, Jacksonville Florida dress la t'FU. Andrew Er I ?
S. Chapman say-
Capt. Robert I In and Mrs Resale Colon T
Wednesday. stay In St. Luke's Hoepltal who Is critically ill. Atty. for Pit 7-2 4t 7-Z3 8rd Regulating limit (I Qdl"
ing "All well and safe." Capt.Chapman's Sunday. E. E. Ivey a/5(/ Fort Itamllt"n ae'
Dobbs and Jacksonville. Xow yi
and Mrs. Clyde foil
Mr. were
and Mrs. Eldon Hardy Are
des tlnatlon Is un. children Wanelle,, and Bobby Jo, Little Miss Botavla Richardson Sgt. Bob Long of Ft. Bennlnj, in Mr.Gainesville Saturday.Mrs. iv: riHcrrr FLOHIIl.tl coi'irr. DRADFOt1I IN IHAM-> July Sol rrrluh'ed'tit caun the abt pas; ,

known. were guests of their parents Mr. Is visiting her aunt and uncle< Ga., Is here on a 13-day: furlough V. V.' Hazenaand children .f'OITV.....;11". ed tiff Court seeka divorces, n'hereln, vii III
J. T. Williams of New Orleans, and Mrs. Arch Dobbs for the past Chaplain and Mrs. L. A. Shej. visiting his parents.Mr. were in Gainesville on business Harry l obel Wallace Wallace, Jr.Defendant, Plaintiff Cane v of Telegraph Malden shall name.pubijpuihlfOpl'and r. t

La., Is visiting his mother, Mrs.J. week. and :Mrs. Tom Markey wer Tuesday. No. 2B62 In next, four weekly ,' v,.
'C. Williams, and Mr and :Mrs.J. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Woodwardleft herd.Mr.. and Mrs. Reginald Johnson, In Tampa on business Friday.Mr. Seaman W. C. Crosby of Green ORDER NOTICE OF PUBLICATIONANI TO APPEAR et Wltnes.Starke,my hand and i Issu OUlclal..

L. Williams. Monday for a few days vacation and children of Reddick wet and Mrs. James Cason and Cove Springs was visiting his parents STATE OF FLORIDA to laobel 1843. Florida this Jun. If\
la 170
y Mrs. Jaa. Christie, guest of :Mrs. at Lake Kerr. guests of Mr. and :Mrs. J. O. Ran. children were in Starke on busl".... here recently.Pvt. FHKt Wallace Pont whose Road,White residence Plain., New A. ClerkA. '.",
p P. Fancher, la visiting Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Ralford Brannen, dall Monday.. ness Thursday of, last week. Merl Gano of Camp Blending York. ( pfd
Jacksonville for a Miss Pauline Brannen and Miss You are required to appear on Knight a.: Knight' OFFICI4L aiv l
Roy' Long in celebrated the The Fourth ,at the Farm was :Mr. and Mrs. Sanford Rltcl visited .his parents Wednes August 2nd. 1941 In the above Attys for Plf, Shark. .;
few days. Lila Rae Caldwell Indeed-no gas-so almost week-end guests of Mn. named Court and cause, wherein t,26 (11.
Mrs. J. E. Driggers of Jacksonville Fourth by spending the day at very quiet were Mrs. I. I day.Mr. Marvin Ogdenand plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford, -
everyone spent the day at Rltch's parents Mr. and and Mrs. County Telegraph shall publish CIRCUIT 'IIIRT
was the week-end guest of Lake Santa Fe. home, quietly resting. A. Brown. Gene Ritch, who haa; children of Pompano were this .Order In next four weekly COJ-.TV.- FLOUIIHI IInDP I't fliAI
Mrs. J. W. Bradley 1581155.Witness
her parents,' Mr. and Mrs. Geo.' Mr. and In Mrs. E. L. Hewitt arrived Mon been visiting his grandparents, returned visiting relatives here recently. my hand and official Dorl" Walton Plalntltt
Pierce. visited relatives and shopped Starke. Florida, this, ward "Walton, \11.
. neal at. Defendant;
hi. with 'them. C
visit ,
Lakeland to I
from %539. ?
a'u Supt., L. F.,Chapman returned Jacksonville Friday. day Williams and together Mr.: and Mrs. H. B. ConErly of, July OFFICIAL: 1st. 1943.I) ..,. ORDER: OF PC'RWPATI'C
,; from Ft. Meade Friday,'where he Mrs.' Bryan Whltfield chaperon slater, Mrs. I. J. Miss :Mary; Revival SoonGood ( Aa Clerk dot saidTCourt. AND NOTir-K To '
had to address the Lions ed Misses Roberta Whltfield. Sara they spent Wednesday In Tampa are visiting' William I D Morgan, Jacksonville, EWhose I ) APPEAR: .
gone Lake visiting friends. singing and an old-fash Fla. Atty. for Plf. 7-2 4t723 'Walton elgalAreeldrnq'
Club. Emma Crews and :Melba String- City Mott.Mr. 824 Tremont .
T. E. Andrews of Talla and :Mrs. Fred Waldon of ioned basket dinner will mark the Springs Coloradu'and Co loral I;
Mrs. ;
ot. Wlldwood and Miss Leitha Kttll;; opening of a series of revival ix nncriT' COI-HT. BRADFORD ent .. Is E.Uurd\ fef1'
hassee and Mrs. Senle Pindaa ('Ol'VTY. KLOIIIIIAl ID IIIA.N railroad .. tS'
Bradenton, sisters of Mrs. J, C. of Clewis ton are visiting rela meetings at the Woodlawn Baptist CKRV. land and Pacific/ nailr"! j Com
her for the lives. I Church on Sunday, July 11. The Mary Wilson Estl..r. Plaintiff vu.Charles ,Colorado Springs cilS ,. Do.
Williams, are guests tier. Defendant You are
Ernest required
*! Pvt. Lavon Kelly of Michigan Rev Cecil Williams will conductthe Case No. 2581.ORDER July 28th, 1943. In thi ahoy ap\ltar\. I
week.Mr. Is visiting relatives here. meetings'at the church, located OF PUBLICATIONAND ed Court and cause, whoroln
Mrs. Ed Andrews of TO APPEAR tiff seeks
and Jacksonville Is NOTICE divorce Brad flau
L. L. Suttomof west of on
N 3 1-2 miles Layrtey
Charles ,
were guests of Mr, STATE OF FLORIDA to: County Telegraph shall || ,
Tallahassee visiting relatives, here. the Hellbronn Springs Road. Ernest Eatler whose residence lit'' Order In next four weekly 'Vi1Wltnesa ,
and Mrs. J. L. Williams Tuesday W. B. Conerly of Tallahassee Falrvlew Avenue,. Boonton New Florida, this .
Mr. and Mrs. W. :M. Rhode) here. IV: .H.T ..0.'liT. BRADFORD Jersey at Starke, Juni."KA.
relatives to 1943
Is visiting You are required appear on
't of Taylor are visiting their daughter Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Boyle CO l\TY: FLORIDA IN CI1A.MtKHV. August 2nd. 1941"' In the above'nam..d ', A reld...,
Mrs. J. C. Davis.LAWTEY. ... Plaintiff v*. Ellen Court and cause, wherein Clerk of ,
and daughter, Nancy' Jo, of Madison A. "Hhlrley' Defendant. plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford I OFFICIAL REAL"
O'Neal Shirley Knight
spent the Fourth with. rely ORDER OP PUBLICATIONAND County Telegraph shall publish I KnIght a.; IIlarko: Fiori
NOTICE TO APPEAR this Order in next four weekly Attys.for Pit. ,.20 It I I.,
here. .
By F. R. Carr dina Miss Bernice Moody of Jacksonville O'Neal Shirley, who. address and I'
I. P. o. Box 403(/ Myrtle
her cousin, residence
CITY COUNCIL PLANS was visiting Beach, South Carolina. SEA FOODS CHICKEN DINNERS |
ws.wae last week.
Ilene Atkinson I You are required to appear on
w CUBAN-HP CAMPAIGNThe August 2nd. 1943 In the above
Mr. and M... G. P. Parrish of:
I wherein
City'Council met ,Monday; Starke, William Moody of Jack. named plaintiff Court seek divorce and cause and no other STEAKS CHOPS

1 evening. Disposing ,of routin sonvllle and Mrs. Cecil Thomas 1 relief. Bradford County Telegraph ,.
thin Order in next
bean shall publish
business.quickly the body and "children of Orlando w ere four weekly Uauea. TEMPTING TASTY. SANDWICHES
and favorably on a reque Witness my hand and official
passed L. Atkin
.. visiting Mr. and :Mrs. C.
of funds toward Seal at Starke. Florida t hi. DELICIOUS HOME MADE PIES
donation city
: .. .. for a son Sunday. 29th of June 1943.
i"j; ; .".. "ei-Col. Company, long Inland'City, N. Y. furnishing a'This day room wil sCamp Mr. and Mrs. Harry Sapp and (OFFICIAL,Aa SEAL Clerk) of A. said J. Thomas Court. .

ltoMee'Bottleri Pepsi-Cola Bottling Co., of Jacksonville Blanding. room son Larry of Jacksonville wen John J. Henderson Eso.. Atty. for
be a permanent fixture and will) the Plf. 7.2 4t 7-23
t here <
: over
visiting relatives A &'A LUNCHEONETTEIn
... h' ..... be a credit to the town of Law. -
) week-end. ? ? :;; IN CIRCUIT COVRT. BRADFORD
It was further agreed to< CO!''HW. FLORIDA IV "' -
tey. Miss Madeline Grogby of Gaines
Park Theatre Bldg Starke Florida
t'KHY. ,
clinic building and<
"'.- u. renovate the vllle, apent _tM :week-end with Walter Alien Johnson Plaintiff vs.
4,, '1 to clean up the town. The street her parents here, Anna Laura Johnson, Defendant.Case .

GUARD and ditches are sadly in need of Mr. and Mrs A. E. McKinney ORDER No. 2558 OF PUBLICATION - -
-- -
: -
this work and efforts will be of Starke visited relatives here AND NOTICE TO APPEAR
\ made to start at once. Thursday of last'week. Laura Johnson, whose residence la
YOUR F coming before the coup. Mr..and Mrs. Marvin Hazen at Unknown.You Prompt Service Careful Driven
th are required to appear on
ell and being disposed Starke visited relatives here Sat. August 2nd. 1943, In the above
t named Court and cause, wherein
I body adjourned. '

: FUNDS.... J, \ Billy Prevatt, son of Mr. and< urday.Gauley The Rev.and and children 1 Mrs.of G. Palatka E. Mc. Plaintiff'his Order Telegraph Keeks In divorce next shall four Bradford publish weekly; Starke Taxi Service

Mrs. Buddie Prevatt, returned this /< '8U"".
were visiting relatives and friends I Witness my hand and official .. .
WHEN TRAVELING. camp Monday after spending) Deal at Btarke. Florida, t h I.
a ten-day furlough bere with ref- Thursday. June 30th.. 1943. Phone 150
Mrs. Q. B. Feagle and Mrs. Bill (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. .f. ThomasAs

'On s.hoit br* long business trip-when visiting atives.The proudest man in Lawtey Is Harris Thursday.Dr. ,, were. Gainesville visitors r.A.ty.Frank fo7 Plf.Landrum Clerk, Starke of 7-9 Bald Florida 4t Court.1iiIV

,camps or bases-or on furlough-change your easily John Shuford. He is, apparently, O. B. Hazen of West Palm CTRCVrr COURT BRADFORD Day. Night

lost or stolen cash into safe American Express the possessor of a grandson. His Beach Is visiting relatives here ('Ot'YTY. FLOHIUAl IM IMANCKR -
soldier son, 'Bucky' Sidney, sla Y.
Travelers Cheques before you leave. Spendableeverywhere. tloned In Puerto Rico sent pictures for Mr.several and Mrs.days.LJoyd Barry were Sam J. Schneiter, Plaintiff v*.

Prompt refund if lost or stolen. of the mother and baby In Gainesville Thursday on busi-

Issued in denominations of $10. $20, $50 and Those Interested in 'Bucky's' fanv '
at the ness.Miss
.' Ily will find the pictures
Sue Cason
Bettye spent a
$100. Cost 75! for $100. Minimum cost 40f' for drug store where Grandpa John few- days in Gainesville last week

I $10 to $'0. For sale at Banks. Express Offices and Is proudly displaying them. with relatives.Mr. sun" p

many Railroad Stations.AMERICAN. We are advised that 'Ironhead : and Mrs. Ralph Seville and -<5r
Keeffee Harrell, son of Mr and children of Gainesville visited relatives -

EXPRESS Mrs. J. L. Harrell will leave for here Sunday I've been looking at a car '
Lawtey next week-end. Keeffee at Sgt. Ovid Lewis of Mississippiis } t

I TRAVELERS CHEQUES present is at Philadelphia. This visiting his mother for several _
'Ie----- Intended visit by the sailor will e

no doubt produce another furlough days.Mrs.: Abe Crosby and son and wasn't there '

for 'The little Corporal' or 'Fatso'' Mrs. Larson MIntz and daughter,

better known as William Jennings Bobbie, of Jacksonville, were here _

OFFICE.SUPPLIES Harrell, the Furlough King. _'The for a few days visiting their
Little Corporal' Is stationed at mother and grandmother, :Mrs. 1

Fort Benning, Ga. Lee Galney, who is,very ill. i..

Mr. and Mrs. T. S. Gilchrist Master Billy Seville' of Gainesville

and son, Neal, of Brunswick! is visiting hjla' aunt, Mrs. I
spent a short while here Saturday James Cason. *' "" I "

with Mrs. Gllchrlst's sister,, Miss Robeata Whit field of the iA k 4":.4 f'ww r

.. Mrs. Mae 'Bo Wells. :Mr. Gil State Farm was a guest of Miss '>,

po. Christ has been connected with Phyllis Hazen for several days

Southern Bell Telephone for the recently.Mrs. 4jL/ we

We Stock Many Items Needed In Ordinary past 35 years. .'. Horace Martin and Miss y! c

Those attending the stock sale Agnes Rimes left Friday for

Business Routine Both Civilian And Mili it Gainesville Monday were: 'Chit. Camden Ala., to visit relatives.
lerllng' Jules Eunice: G. W... Mrs. Martin will be met there
WENT window
'Let Us Supply Your Needs (Scrawny) Roberts Wes Crews,, by her husband, Pvt. Horace Martin shopping ,
tary. r<
Dan Starling and Walter WJlkin- of Tennessee. again yesterday. F
:Mrs. :Mike TUghznan war. in
1 stared into '
ion.It i a big, empty tr "
-- 'Red'' '
Starke ;
Is rumored that James Tuesday. automobile showroom '

I ,Account Books Box Files Anders, :Marine son of Mr. and Mrs. L. O. Hazen and Mlas, Minnie :
downtown and
Mrs. O. J. Anders Is back In the Lou Hazen were guests" of pretty 1900 s'
Adding Machine Paper & Ribbons car.q
States and contemplates a visit I saw a

Desk Blotter Pads 'Cardboard to his old home here. 'Red hat She was kind of different

Card Index Files been In the thick of Guadalcanal LET 7HE the
from bus I'm
Desk Calendars File Folders for some months and no doubt U drivingnow.

Gummed Kraft Tape really entitled to a reit. A POPular ,, SPEEPYe SURE She was long, sleek and powerful my plant. Every single payday, I'm tuck

Rubber Stamps Stamp Pads & Ink boy who will be welcomed *1 RELIEF FOR ACID looking. The windshield went clear lag away all I can in War Bonds.

Ink Eraser Mime. Ink Dome by his many friends. around her. There were no gears to That back to

Shaeffer's Skript In Pints and Quarts Mrs. Etha Wilkins and son, 1NWGES7ION shift. The cooling system was sealed- in money's going to come
me money
Legal Pad. Peter left last week for a two never touched it. ten yea.ra-aod bring man
Legal Blanks yon
weeks stay with her husband. Pvt. with it. Four dollars for every three.
Loose-leaf Ledger Outfits i She had synthetic rubber tires
C. I. WUklne at Augusta. Mrs that wear '
Second Sheets 1 gee a real kick out of thinking
Carbon Paper Wilkins Is connected with the bus / tCarpentor's like iron. And fast? Man! With that
Typewriter Paper and Ribbons station here. new high-octane her that money's piling up for me. Money

Typewriter Oil and Cleaner The war must be nearly over. beautiful gas motor certainly that's going to let me have some of the
packed a pnacn!
Onion Skin Paper Mimeograph Paper Marine 'Pest' Reddish Is workingit things I've always wanted to have-do

Post Binders Paper Punches the shipyard at Jacksonville So-I made op my mind to buy her. some of the things I've always wanted

Duplicate Receipt Books and we know that with produc- Drug Store then and there. And I will too. One of to do.

Ring Binders .. .. Salespads ion: slowed down to that extent these days, after the waft been over form

Stenographer's Notebooks, ve. must not need many more while I'll walk in and drive her home. *

Shipping Tags Merchandise Tags ships to win the war. And I'lldown slap the money for her right
Mrs. Mae B. Wells and Miss
Rubber Type Outfits Postal Labels Bnza!: Blancbard, spent Sunday at on the counter. Chances are, you're already fa the Pay
Alco-Grip Tabbing J'oU.SaYioS. Plan-buying War Bond*-
Keystone Heights Beach where You, see
Pay Envelopes "File-Its" I hey picnicked with relatives of Plan. Been I'minthePsyrppASavngs in it ever since it started} doing your r bit. But don't ston there.YOU'VE .

Steel Letter-Size I l rs. Wells. A good time and the in Raise sigh I! ,Do your bsstl

Klasp Envelopes Mimeo Styli itomach ache was had by alL

And Many Other Items' Scrawney Roberts Junior died Dr. Max Shane

a L violent death under the wheelsf
--- -
-- --- on S. A. I*, train on the tenth Optometristr

of June. 'Scrawney' had been a DONE
ALL KINDS, OF COMMERCIAL althful soul with many years of I r YOUR BITNOW DO YOUR BEST !

PRINTING neritortous service behind himo your eyes bother, yov let

Indelibly Imprint his memory me examine them end 1 fit you BOOST no two -

Bradford County on those he leaves. Such qneslonabl with glasses. if you need them. m8 mm3ff THE I'A'fRIJU SArJl/8 /'!AN'This -
attributes as
outrunningJeep 30'veers experience.Holidays
a were among the highlightsf advertisement i i. contribution -.
I end Sunday by Appointment.TKLCFHONK co Ar: :- .,: "lIontor war effort b,
his long and varied career. Hewas
TelegraphPhone burled with almost military

onors, his owner firing a salutef 401 T mple Theatre Bu ld< nrj FLORIDA BANK AT STARKE .

Starke Fla. a single 22 short over his Coin Main Mv .-' .','
29 !? and ; ? > Member Federal Deposit
rave. You see, 'Scrawney' was Insurance Corp.
a good bird dog. JACKSONVILLE I FLORIDA I .. Member Florida National Group, Inc.





M 9. 1943
... I '


( athleen Norris Says He*. "FIRST. 101. LtKkifovt.BAPTIST Peeler
: SUCCESSFUL aM N. ".I..e Street
Church School IIU: A. M.
1 atornisg' Worship 11o0 A' M'
N. T. U. 7:00: P. 1Io1
The Hardest Job! PARENTHOOD Evening Worohlp 8:00: P. 1\(.
( Wednesday Worehlp 8:00: P. M.

Bell 8)'DCUC.te.-WNU' Features.Thouianrii + yYi, FIRe MKTMOI>I..Tnev.
(.. C. Pu....... l>.. ...
IM N. ("Io..... Street
r Church School 10-00: A. M
r Sunday Worehlp ll:0o: A. M.
Ir MM. CATBOONS COHKAO KDWABMJUiedrte Younir People': 7:00: P. M.:
Evening Worehlp *:00 P. M.
VoratW Ma ..faM Wednesday Worehlp ':00 P. M.ST. .

I! L1.- I Zdltat. MlnK'ft EPISCOPAL!! j Lynn Chambers' Point-Saving r' 1

n.". Fred T...._ Heeler Mena j

*; : Children Sometimes Test Parent's MettleMost Church iwo School N. rimrrh 10:00 Street A. H. Royal; Lamb:;; ; Salad .:

!Sunday Worehlp 11:00: A. M. (I'
Sunday Evening 7:10 P. M. Sliced Tomatoes Carrot Sticks
; children have days when the boredom which he Is trying to Friday,: Evening T:80 P. ,M. Whole Wheat Bread Butter I
a they teem to be asking for punishment work off on :you. Holy bay 10.00:: A. M. i Ginger Cooler" i: j,
that la. literally, what
But maybe this Is one of those FIRST!. PHKSHYTRHIA! : : Cookies
they are doing. For among the days; when you can't catch his Interest n... (...... M. All.. Paste
many fascinating things they want in anything. He really S4fi Nortk CHerry. ,to 'Recipe given ,
to discover about their world is how) Church School! 10:00: A. M \ '
means this time, to find out what .
tar in their Sunday Worehlp U-00: A. M.
they can go annoying your temper is made of. All right Senior Cruaadva ':.00 p. M. garnishing each with sprig of mint
parents. Just how much in other show him. You'll both feel better Intermediate Youth t-00: P. M. +
and half slice of unpeeled orange
words they can get away with. after the EveningWorehlp 7:00 P. M.5T. a
explosion. Adult nerves Salads that are full of protein and '
Of course: when a child is busy
Can be stretched only so far and KnwAttn-a CATHOLICRev
and Interested in something constructive children need to know that. They 'I.,.... J. Mvrpkr.. Peetor that ksep the cook cool are these
i" } such as -"punch and feel when TeM|>le ......... that fill the main dish order of summer f I
Ir ,; I fold" cardboard Commando set, 'a safer too they find out Early. M..... "::00 A. M. meals: ;;
there is a brae on their own IHvlne BervlceeSunday
book a game or Just lying In the lawless impulses even if it comes Manx. 8:00: A. M. Royal Lamb Salad. : i

grass watching the clouds he isn'tapt from outside In the form of parental W..k Day Maee 8:00: A. M. (Serve 6)) I I II
to be attacked by this to "
; urge I !
anger. cups diced cooked t lamb
try you out. But you can't keep a KIMOHMCV I, KH R."rllllTIt. Tall cool glasses of Ginger Cooler t
? child busy every minute and there Don't, however let your teraper ". II. M. TlllmeK. ........ will help get dally quota of I cup diced celery I'
be all sputter. If showing that Services I fling cherrIes
are bound to be times-say, Just be- you Every Sunday cup
.fore meals when he is hungry and I I are really angry doesn't make the Sunday Sehooi-10 A. M. milk 1Dto your summer diets besides 4 hard-cooked egg ,.
child back down.U he Is still drivento Morning' Worship-U A. M. foiling 01' Sol on his busiest days nut
tired enough not to want to start, J. cup chopped ,
another activity-when the temptation find out what will happen If he rr IJ'M"'IIT'L GOSPELTtiiKHN 1 teaspoon alt

to explore the limits of your defies you, you'll have to show him : LHWToriihlp : Cool Salads, Drinks, I cup mayonnaise I
Service each Lord's Day
that too. Choose your punishment .
forbearance is too much to resist.It '
11 A. ALnulls Sandwiches Help Keep Salad green '
e is only fair to admit that he often wisely-but carry out whatever you "hool-8' P. M. Combine all ingredients except
1 gets the idea because you snap at threaten. Evangelistic S..vl.R p 1\(. Family Comfortable ',
and chill thoroughly
Tueadav-Ulbl. mayonnaise
Study g P. M. In
him for some Innocent prank. Because parents have rightly MlHHlon flail.
The best way to cut short this been advised to resort to punish. W.dn..dlty--C'hltd..n. Bible Le..on .- Just before serving toss In mayonnaise
parent baiting is Just not to bite, ment as little as possible some have and Choral Work-4 P. M. YOU.WIU bless the sandwich salad lightly and serve on a bed f
The child will soon tire of the whole the erroneous idea that punishmentIs T".I.-Vlctory. Prayer Group and cool drink ideas on those warm I of greens. It desired garnish with 1

1 thing If he doesn't get a rise out unfair to the child. Quite the -a Friday p M.'-Evangelistic Meeting days when it is additional slices of hard-cooked: eggs :

I of you. In the meantime think up contrary, it Is serious negligence on P. M. ___ too hot to roast and cherries ;
t rs something he can do to help you the part of parents not to make it riifitcii the meat and Veal and Bacon Salad. I i
that won't seem like work to him. clear to a child when he Is out of OF !
Illorlc Went of I .!,>. lla* cook all your < (Serve 6)), I
Ve For instance If you are getting bounds. Of course most of such tetlnltByron vegetables. Set 154 cups cold cooked veal diced
\ lunch send him to the cupboard to instruction is done verballyyouteach n. Punic IOvangellatBlble $ I
choose a glass of jelly and don'tbalk him what is right and what I lnsuW'or : 11oON.A.; the table in your H cap crisp bacon finely cut' +
: with :
coolest colors H diced celery ,
at his choice even if it isn'tthe isn't whenever a new situation presents cup
Womhlp 7:30: P.
\ of mother never think of helping Bob and Betty with their kind ;you planned to open next. itself. But at those times Bible Study Wednesday 8:00 P. U.. coolest foods and K tlUP radish slices ;

\\i; all they know it that Betty and Bob get bad marks. Or let him grate cocoanut for cake when he tries to test you to see if don your coolest H cup mayonnaise f t

Icing or mix sugar and cocoa for you will turn your words into action t COMMUNITY t P..t.u GOSPEL MI'SIONKlnareley : frock and you will be giving ;your 0 small tomatoes J '.

)y KATHLEEN NORRIST ; HELP TilE TEACHER the hot chocolate. Humdrum Jobs -don't be afraid to give him what Lake Vk Mile W of n riateKvanicellHtlo family; the best-on the home front. Mix the veal and the bacon with '

| IS always a mystery to such as mashing the potatoes or he is asking for! He really wantsto /Services: every Hun- It's doubly Important that you the celery, radishes and mayonnaise ; :.;

how woman can School teachers, despite the stirring the gravy will only add to, know, your: .mettje.PATRICIA! day' night 7:80.J.. .A. Brooke,. Sponeor. keep ;yourself and ;your family fit and chill. Place 'j.r t. j
me work the do take
fine j cannot during these times as there are so each peeled tomato ,
choose to be a 'school the"place ofa: mother who many activities demanding buoyant in a lettuce \

cher. Children are my fa- fails to inculcate the rudiment BACK UP health and energy Even though the cup. Cut down / : '

hte people, for company, of decency in her 'children. HPaQcSE'2rayeDa4y food you serve is on the cool side, several sectionsto

} amusement, for holidays, Getting tots off in the morning YOUR BOY rrmke every bit of It count as far as I open. Place a 'I

clean rested and well fedit Its nourishment Is concerned. mound of the salad -
lies, birthdays, summer 'crease |few I Cram the salads full of vitamins : mixture Into '

ations. But when It comes the duty and responsibility ,.,r.//,.wl."> and minerals, and plan your menus each tomato and

marshaling them into of every mother. She also must lHI 'Q'M EJy fe yew family limit _ to give ;your family; a well-balanced top with mayonnaise !

keeping their cooperate when her child diet Foods served during the summer Occasionally a fruit salad Is all

ssrooms, their shows bad manners to his fellow 1Y should be even more appetizingthan that is desired for a simple lunch ;

tIessness quiet and schoolmates and displays DOW IN ('''U''IT roi'HT. nit 'I>KOIIIc'J > foods served during other seasons eon. In that case make it as attractive

:boredom amused, bring- rudeness or ignorance in the : t 1'Y* FI.OHIUAl I* (' \- for appetites tend t9 lag. and nourishing as possible: !

on the dull ones and hold- classroom. Mother can make Mildred Martin 'lUmanter.Lofland Plaintiff Def.n-Vs. If the family; does not want to eata Summer Fruit Salad.

in check the smarties who the teacher's work pleasant or Author o Slitet Umtf'm Kite .0_ dant. Cass No. 2nHO.oRnisit KonMHitvr. great deal during the meal proper, (Serves 6)) ;

op1 PUBLICATION make the snacks count. For Instance, 1 medium cantaloupe, peeled and
it t the whole class into trou- hateful. It all depends AND NOTICE TO APPKAU!
upon During the growing season KTATK OF FLORIDA: to: MM- milk drinks will help to get in the cot In cube ,
my spirit fails.et how she raises her children.I plants must be well fed and while dred LnfUtul Rctnentor whose real.denc. l- pint dally for adults, and the quart S cap raspberries or dewberries L
so fine in flowers are of secondary consideration la F..d.ral.burir, Maryland
there are women simple
this if have Yon are. required to appear on for children. You'll enjoy; S cup diced fresh pineapple I
it that they can be patient with year. you roses August 2nd. 1943, In the nhnitniHil >v. and delicious beverage: Chill and mix lightly together. I
couldn't Mama for the and peonies established In s
(Us and after start in Court and ..a".e. wh..r.lnl'lalnllrr lettuce '
year year pencils. garden they shouldn't be neglected Hk dlvorrx. Hrurd Ginger Coolt'r.(1lakes Serve portions on crisp or'
a fresh crop, and begin all Certain fertilizers are availablefor ( Tulwarraph .hall publish I ( 1 tall glass) '\

r again oh fractions,"penman- Teachers Must Endure Laxity.; flowers and shrubs if you must I.thin...,......Order In next\ four. weekly 1 cup milk chilled

p. American history and "Our "The truth is," this letter goes on. rely on commercially prepared v official )d teaspoon salt

tends of the Seaside and Way-: "the school teacher has no redress ones. Liquid manure is excellent July.."M I let nt asStark., 1941.OFFICIAL *., Floriand, thl M" cup ginger ale

e." It wouldn't be so bad If the against the rudeness and ignoranceof for all flowers so if you have ( HKAT) A. J. Thomas. I to 3 tablespoons vanilla Ice cream
carried their end of edu- either one or the other you can A" firth of ...n ld Court. Add
on children. If they have had no *, Pour Into loll, chilled glass.

iiion, >If children came to school home training and the family standard keep. your Winter roses killing sturdy of rose and plants vigorous. I I William Flu. Atty. for. Morgan fjr! :.._. Ja'kHonvllI..1 7-il u 1.2NO"'It' ;' salt and stir in ginger ale. Top with .

th lessons prepared with pencilsd of character Is low. it is the often can be traced to lack of ade I ''] Of 1'rl.IC"'I'IO\ FOil ice cream and serve Immediately. f
books in order, and had been teacher who pays. Often a woman quate feeding during the growing TAX IH-IU: There's something about good old- \

ght ordinary care of their pOSe who is socially acceptable who Is season. iiI Sul (''.anl. 111110.... 111:" fashioned lemonade that still hits the

iona; rubbers raincoats lunch apparently a gentlewoman fn all other Peonies need extra feeding and 1 That NOTICM F. M.1H Packham HKHfcJUr, holder UtVlS.V.of:. spot during days that the thermometer I :;

"xes nickels and dimes. It wouldn't relationships will be exactingand with roses require plenty of water. ( / Tax. Certificated. Numbered. reepectlvely speeds to the top rung of the
bad Instead of fertilizer for peonies usea .OfN iHnuod the 7th,
10 If manners gentleness ill-tempered when anything goes day b't.7' : ; 1035 i Number 108, temperature laddertGrandmother's:
handful of wood ashes combined
ihteness,.unselfishness had been in- at school, and to her anyone 109 and 126 limited. the and, day Lemonade.
wrong with half much bone meal to
as of
Heplember, 1940 and Number
cared at home. except her precious child is to scatter around each clump. Be sure I 151 Issued the 2nd., day of Auvuxt". (Serves 10 to 12))
Mothers Should Help Children. blame. to: cut off the faded blossoms.There's / lea?, has filed name In my office, 2 cups sugar er ZH cups honey
But thousands of mothers never tl and has mad. application for Tux. water
a saying that "One seed 2J4 cups
"For example. A girl of nine had tube issued thereon.
ink of helping Bob and Betty with pod equals 12 blossoms" so you Said certificate renpnctlvely embrace Juice of 6 lemons
elr lessons; all they know is that not been taught to put her coat, hat tee how necessary It Is to cut the l the following described prop- Juice of t oranges
and rubbers into her own locker and ertleg In the County of Bradford.
''tty and Bob get bad marks,, and jloomi. State of Florida, Grated rind of 1 orange
it I that fussy teacher is always be responsible for them at school. This cutting off of blossoms has W; of Lot D In Woodlawn 80 I mint leaves +r
about the play- 10 Twp B H. ]{. 23 id., cup
She scatters them nothing to do with pruning. plants o
phoning to ask if they may not : embrace Cook and water 10 minutes.
t Acre more or lees In sugar
halls and later the busy pruned to shape it and guide
v* extra coaching. Sometimes yard or the under said Certificate No. 78.EV4 (u using honey, bring water to a
teacher has to go all over the place growth. It is cut back to conserve {, of Lot .11. All Loin IV, It &
e hour of help every week will for plant strength and gain more 1)) W$ or Lot U In Woodlawn Hue, li'> boll then add
1 the youngsters on the right way up and downstairs, hunting bloom this season or next. Unless Twp. I H. R. 22 K., containing honey and cook S ,
them. Or a smaller girl brings to Acres, more or leu*. I Im embraced .
itudylng or a simple word of seed Is wanted for sowing let no under Meld Certificate Nn. ing. ;: minutes.) Cool. '
planation will clear up a problemat school the ring, or the five dollar bill, blossom wither on its stem. As 1':',{4 of Lot 12 In Woodlawn Coo Add fruit Juices A cool dessert for a cool meal-

has been holding a child backr that she got for her birthday and soon as the petals begin to curl on Acren 10 Twp., more I S! H. It.or 22 I lees E., containing IN. enibraced 5 and rind. Pour Orange Sherbet. It can be simplymade

> weeks. But the child doesn't getat presently it is missing. The moth their edges the process of seed under mild. Certificate No. 109.HV over mint leaves. In the cool morning hoar. '
hour telephones in great agitation; will forming starts to take vitality from of HW',. of BWVr He. 12 Twp. in! CI'.4_'_ Cover and let until readyto
or that word and so : stored the refrigerator
B I! H. n. 22 K., containing 10 Acreii,
Instant. the ;
lunders on uncomprehending and Miss Wilson please find out plant. such calendulas and \ more or lees, !I. emhraued under _Z4_ _54__ fLynn. \I stand one hour. serve.
eacher has ly,who took it? Annuals as Maid. Certificate No. 125. 0L4 & <-* Strain into jar
to fill hi the gaps out centaurea. that are allowed to form of 8K'/t' of HWV-4 Ry
her own spare time. "Today," continues this harassed seed pods will soon stop blooming. ION Acreii. flee. 26 Twp. l'8.0fR. 21M. and keep In refrigerator. Use H : watercress and top with mayonnaise \

"One child In my class a boy of Arkansas teacher "a woman telephoned Many perennials like delphinium ICMII., ,containing IK embraced 10 under Acre.., Bald more'Cer or cup syrup for each glass; All with flavored with honey.

8ht" writes a teacher from north- I me In my lunch hour keep and pyrethrum; will bloom again in /7 tificate' No. 151. crushed ice and water. Finger sandwiches go well with

New York "used to get so ing me exactly 12 minutes while the fall if the flowers are cut. 8393 The amvuHiTutnt' of laid propertyunder Sherbet's a popular dessert, and the salads to round out the meal and
said certificate' No. 18 waxIn
ughty and unmanageable at about she told me not to let Betty-Lou The Ideal time to pick before them the Is .J 8yen. ; the name of Carl llecker; the plenty cool I The citrus fruit in this are both cool and delicious:

every morning that I finally Instigated take off her hair-ribbons. ( BettyLouis heat early of In the the day morning has taken the moisture Sailor Girl aeMemiment HRld certificate of Bald No, IUH property wan ,In under the makes it even cooler: Ground and boiled mayonnaise.ham with ground

home conditions. He nine. 'I want her to learn to preserve from the stems and leaves. name of Mm. Teresa. Il i-keri the Orange Sherbet.Makes pickles I
ver ate the mother said. small Pattern No. 8303-Well, now Isn'tthis nment of said property under ( 1 quart) Cottage cheese, chopped stuffedolives '
any breakfast that was her things, It's a good Idea to a a sailor dressas :=j.i"certificate Nn. lo'j wan In I the
'answer. His mother had break-' Every day some mother telephonesthat pail of water to the garden with a darling WAVK's uniform. It name of Mary Mllvla; the n....... U4 cups sugar nuts.

'" In bed; his father was alwaysme her small boy; is learning to you and plunge the stems into it trim under as a the collar and has :;: ltf"I.J: property under Bald 1 cup water Peanut butter raspberry Jam.
buttons 125 was In the name
cut from the Chopped dates, orange Juice,
for the day when he came swear; a situation with which no as soon as they are smart darts at waist of Unknown; and the aee.ment t egg whites, stiffly beaten
"wnstairs able to deal; plant 'Always; make a clean slant- 3 4.1I,6'l of said l property under eald certificate 2 juiceS chopped nuU.Mash.d .
; little Tom was usually school has ever been knife for Pattern.If*.ag 93.: I- in sizes cups orange
cut. using a sharp No. 161 wai In the name of cooked shrimp and cream
:'e. and ,In which that can be ng IT Size 4 takes tablespoons lemon Juice
and years.
not being particularly hun7 the,only place hard stalks such as roses and a ; ; Federal Land Bank.
he of material % yard Unless laid Certificate ehall heredvemvd Boll and water together for cheese.
dawdled about for a few handled is home. Yesterday one of shears for slender soft 1% yardi'IIPinc sugar
''mutes and went off to'school un- the teachers from upstairs came pair items. for contrast. ptIor'. collar.,. dencrlhflif accordlnv. therein to Sew will theproperties heolii 9 minutes Beat slowly into egg Flaked salmon chopped cucumber

1" down to report that a mother had Milky stemmed plants need sealing ,. 1 ., to the highest bidder at the whites. Add fruit ulc... Pour into and mayonnaise.
li be. ('ourt ho"O"r on the first Monday Cookies like these will go well
ends should and set cold controlat
Another that for some the cut tray
teacher' this one from telephoned to say so In the !Month of August. 1943, freezing fruits
'Kansas, has this to report: weeks she would have to leave her seared in a flame as soon as they which In the 2nd., day of August, fast freezing.) Freeze stiff, then with your fresh :
cut. Oriental poppies treated MaAddreu. A. It. 1843.Hated Return to Molasses Raisin Bars,
One six o'clock are beat stir thoroughly.
bad-mannered child in a girls at the school until will last for days !in this Int., day of July A. D. or shortening
>m of mind keeping this way freezing compartment, and finish yt cup
rather young children chil- would Miss Raymond OFFICIAL
ten water. ( HEAL: ) A. J, Thoma Serve in sherbet glasses H cup sugar
from 8 to 10, can demoralize an eye on them? Grandma was Hard stemmed flowers should be I Clerk Circuit Court Bradford freezing '

,whole group. Last ;year I had quite ill anti Mama had to be with crushed by pounding the stem ends County Florida.. 7-2 4t 7-21 1 U egg baking molasses

boy who made a fine art of an-. her every day.; Just why two girls, .io that they drink up water more Name of paper. <' H 2 cup sifted flour
Ylnl, me, Interrupting work andc"'ng of 14 and 13 couldn't be with Mama readily. Chrysanthemums, stock Notice is her.y It'lv..n that theundernlirned S.". cops
well as blossoming Guardian of Mae l.f li teaspoon
asters as
could and annual 51.5I -
all the other children Into Grandma Miss Raymond Pattern Noi --
and .
respond I..wl.I"rrl.! Edward Lewis and stretch soda
shrubs and roses Point Savers: Don't Yi teaspoon "
i .
uproar. For example:: he went not sees This is about the worst amen Leon Lewis minors, will on powder
to a to this treatment. < Send 11 cents la eoln (fori the 27th day of July 1941 nell those points out of joint when 154 teaspoons baking
''r drugstore and bought snuff; ;yet.' she said.blather Fleshy leaved types such as i *.j" deatred to.- at: private sals, the tuhowlntf de- you're making sandwich ftllln S. 54 cup sweet milk
three days he sneezed and calendulas and snapdragons need each pattern Hcrlbed real emate., to wit; NK'i' of outs
Ordered Shampoo. and WentiSyda Try these suggestions: 1 cup chopped
exo North 16 ydn
eezed NWi/
cool waterIn
before x I 12 hours in deep Dow Patterns
investigated. have
least Patricia
"But the worst yet was when two at before arranging. ; said sale based on Applica- Diced chicken green pepper, 1 cup raisins

Children, each in my room and cannot children eight and nine got into a dark place / see-W. "'* 5L. Jlew 1'.... W. T.I.e. len filed. OuanMan. pickle mayonnaise. Cream shortening add sugar and ,
one much Individual at- Monte Lewis,
; Add beat well
with egg
to school really Sliced chicken orange beat lightly.
tlon. the habit of coming 1-25 4t 1.18
"f After the snuff episode: this with unwashed bands and uncombed TRAIN SCIIEDULESouthbound marmalade or sliced chicken and then add molasses. Silt flour with
broke pencils; raised his hand dirty irmrrrr ('O' HT.rni Rn"UFO'tn and add alternatelywith
ad said' hair. 'Mama Isn't UP.when f'IRfTIT .OI'HT. IIHAIIK HII MTV, FI.Oftllltl IM (Il.treHr ''. dill pickle sliced. dry ingredients
sweetly: 'I've broken my cheese and crisp, milk to .first mixture. Add
nell.. was their explanation. The No. 107-B.55 A. M.Na. ror.Tv. Ft IIIU,9'u. Cottage
'Other small boys began. to we : !'ERY Kunlre. Wolff Benedlkt Plaintiff bacon.Hardcooked chopped nuts and raisins. Spread
nan pencil: tormentor teacher took them into the washroom 191 11:15: P. M. WUUam' Hanlnni Ro \rm, Plalntl/f v.. George Joseph Henedlkt. De- chopped ;
My little and cleaned them for several v 'Uraele Hpn 'l...er.. De/en- endant, "'a.. No. 2445. egg chopped with thinly In greased shallow pan and a'

df V.quite imart enough to know thatklhe meanwhile determining that No.1 -11:40 P. ],(: danOB: J EEtt s' ,pt78WCATTONANT' ORDER AND NOTim OP. I PUBLICATION TO APPEAR minced pimentos diced green take in a moderate (350-degree)
was days,
, refu.ed pencil he could and see Mama. But NorthboundNo. :< NOTH'E TO APPEAR STATE! OK FLORIDA toi O.or reoerph pepper and mayonnaise and chill oven for 15 to 20 minutes. Cut in
the lesson and report at home she would go HTATK OB1 FLORIDA to: Jracle ., tlenedikt. whose ....''d.ne. to moisten. ban before cooling. rAre
&( sauce
List having before her crowded schedule left 2-4:46 A. Hyden fingers,. whone. renldence/ Itr. ,.t 103-A Logan Street Charleston
rot bad no pencil he naturally that she had a note from No. 192-5:21: A. M. 114 Adams 8 ..t. Macon, Ueora-la. outh Carolina.You Chopped hard cooked egg, planning" J '
; chopped '
would have to charge his mother Mama written Incidentally on prettily No. 32-1:15: : P. M. (Petersburg, .1u.0 26th, 1 rl.IIII'.edth; above nan. July 26th. 1943 In the above named mtali.fi.itn polnttt Stretching your ,
5)s. cent. for monogrammed paper: 'If you Va. and beyond) ,it Court and cause, wherein plain- Court and cause, wherein plaintiff mtalif Lynn Chambers tan give you '
every pencil: his moth. Iff eeeka divorceBradford CountyTeleirraph ...teke divorce. Bradford County Chopped hard-cooked eggs and
er promptly have time at noon recess. wrote No. 44-2:30: P. M. (Peterburjr, ehall publish this OrderIn reft'araph hall puhllah thle Order tip if you itrfJeher, encloiing m
; got !In touch with our haira l. ... catsup to moisten. lumped telf-etldreiied envelope for 9
prlnclpa 'will you give Emily's; Va. and beyond) next tour weekly | euee In next four weekly mi
!, who told me that we were Mama ; thanksIn Wltne mr; hand. and official Witness my hand and official Peanut butter, raspberry jam. reply, in tart of Let mt '9'etternVewtxiper
not a oWed to sell anything; to the good shampooing.. Many No. 10&--6:05: : P. M. leaf at Htarke, Florida this June ..cal at "Ptarke' .Florida thle June Shredded cabbage grated pineapple lour Union. 210 South 0...

Th.ren; he must be kept .upplied. advance.' WaniW Branch to Bell Flaw Un"OFFICIAL(! ? It43. BEAM' A. J. Thomas OFFICIAL 2nd, 1S43. BEAD A. J. Thomae, mayonnaise. Joint S"...,. Chtcato. Illinois

t day; Jack asked me several Well, this may give the mothers of No. 101 leave Starke 7:00: A. M. A. Clerk of wild. Court. ("'-rk of said Court. Heleeetd by Western Newipapet Union.
tune u ideas. arrive Starke 1:45: P. M. T Frank I.nndrum. Jritark. Florida 'P. Frank Landrura, Stark. Florida, t
Mr. a No. .
stone had told me that certain young children Atty. for Plf. '.21 U T-li Att,. for Pit. .21 4t 7-l..



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day for all county patients ad- Goldman Buys Notables To Attend WOO DL AWN IlY cot: ( In1,,'.',,I'r t'LoIUII'('0111" _.ktI

Leading Business Men Tell Interesting mitted to the Institution. A request By Alice Groves WIIl"'hH.5ER' 11'1
Chicken SupperFor : ,! ,
C To Starke was received from the Sal- Kemper HouseMr. Norm ,l1Ih.I en.I,1',. PIoJ'u,
Reasons Why They arne Richard Carter spent Saturdaywith :::673. alit
vation Army for an appropriationtoward Legionnaires .. t.o.
than half) of Iowa but came to Florida when its work in the State for and Mrs. Samuel Goldman his grandfather, Dalton, Carter AN> NO'I" .i'rrfl4rtk
Perhwps more "kid and came to purchased a 5-room frame bunga- The Legionnaires are Invited to of Starke STA'rE 'J.' 'i.1I1aD"I'i't.
SUrke'a present population cameto he was a tM ensuing year, request ,Endnloy wh| I,
: I Starke from Lake City where ordered fUed. The Board Annie Mae Kemper chicken plleau supper at was Cnamii., "0
our fair city as a direct result was low from Mrs. enjoy a Mr. and Mrs. Osle Bell Weglons You "kl lhIi''a..,

of Camp Blandlng;-either as a the family had made their home. decided to accept applications fora and Mrs. Bertha Pearce the first I I Stanley's chicken ranch, two or of Jacksonville were,visiting their August are nth, i n'",,':It.d I Ih'' ''Pt..

member of the army personnel or PUMlnlWot..r Frvd F. Stump was county road supervisor, and fora location Is at of Starke on the Bennett ed tltt Court.... and II.. ,,,,,,,
of the week. The three miles east; parents, Mr. and Mrs. .kM 1111) "h.,...,
W. Va.
Charles Town, go- .
born In machine the
of operator
of one road applications Telegraph
employe and Is 'Ii.ii'
owner or North Street !
as 331 CUurcti next Tuesday putHI.IoF: \
new businesses established ing to New York City when 14 to be received at theClerk's block Palatka road Wllklson, recently. In next tour W".kly i.

the many here to take care of the years of' age to make his own office and to be considered Just residence south of ofk Mrs.the Kemper concrete sold to night, July 13 at 8 o'clock sharp. Lenzy Crews, who Is employedin sPat Wltna at "Hal m3 k", ha"d.Iurld'nd'''"'

needs of a growing community. way In the world. After several by the Board at Its next meetIng Mr. and Mrs. Hy Carleton a fewc'ays Legionnaire G. B. Stanley and his Jacksonville, was' visiting his 6th.(OFFICIAL 1 / I lOb

Others. live here for the simple years In that cold climate he" decided August 2n&: ago.The wife are preparing big: things for parents Mr. and Mrs. Graham Wnn.L'"k SEAL' ,A. ,, i'
born here to come down "south. A The County Tax Collector: presented Crewsrecently. Joe Hill 'f uiv II''
reason that they were mod- American Legion on that occasion Atty for I'i" '
wholesaler of his acquaintance house is thoroughly the U
around" because it dry goods his report'of errors Insolvencies I 1.,:
and "stuck J. C. Prevatt of the U. S. Army,
in New York told; him and double assessments ern and fitted out with up-to-date and only Migrates or those -
was a good Is place another to be.class, how- of a bankrupt stock of dry goods lor the 1942 tax rolls which was furniture, Mr. Goldman said. He providentially hindered from attending was visiting his' sister, Mrs. : coue'L1 niinirH (, (0. h'r
There last week.
hose who came here of be could purchase in Starke and duly approved. The report showed expects to build a back porch and will fall to be present., Evelyn Norman, i VERy., FLOhIO'II1IIsabell. \
ever- free will In the years he came here at 23 years of age : screen the front porch, and havea Congressman Lex Green will Mrs. Delia Thompson Is spend John 8. Oordoh II hum 1\'lIlIn PI 'tI!'

before their own Camp Blanding was evsr' and opened up his present businessFeb. County tax $23889 beautiful lawn. Two Lieuten- be there with a speech and Ful- ing a few days in Jacksonville' dant ORDIH Case !So. 2:71.n>> ,
6 1911: tax ants and their wives from Camp Jacksonville has with.friends and relatives. AND OF 1'lI: Llr4T
dreamed of, and It is always Interesting Special road mt. 81.58 ler Warren of NOTlt'E To !(
to delve Into the reasons A. J. Thomas, Clerk of the Circuit Special school dial tax 86.59 Blandlng are living in the house been invited to be master of cere Floyd Denmark who Is em- STATE Gordon oi.%'. FLORIDA; 'to,

and circumstances of their choiceof Court, came ,to Starke from.' Sub school Int. & sink.' at present, but the Ooldmana planto monies. It is not known how ployed in Jacksonville; spent the dane. hi {'amp Illism fI ::', ;.h..

Starke as a permanent home. the country district of Clay County tax 6155: occupy the home themselves many Invited guests wUl actuallybe 4th of July with his parents Mr.' Forre.t You ,are Tenn..,.., '"

Take Joe "'liMOn, prominent Insurance in 1902. He was one of six Discounts 1,429.16 just as soon as the OPA will per- present, but General L A. and Mrs. Roy Denmark. August 11th. h'lulr.d 1941>> In Ih.t 10 ':'

man, for 'Instance. He ,children, whom his, ,parents The Clerk was Instructed to mit' them to move in. Consideration Kunzlg, Commanding Officer of Miss Sadie'Mae Grlffla of Union .d tiff Court..eks and au.., "h., .,

bad been travelling out of Jack brought here to take_ advantageof -request- the S. A. L. Ry. 'officialsto for the house fully furnishedwas Camp Blandlng has been invited; County was visiting Alice Graves minor Children dIvorce, Brldroc'and c"'
the school system. "It was -the channel for $3,900 cash. Harris ; Jr.,' Post Tel.sraph shall Publl'h
sonvllle selling: gold dust soap open up passage also Capt. Gray Sunday. In next four t j h'
and cottolene for the N. K. Fairbanks good then, and has been steadily of water under the trestle The Goldman* came to Starke Exchange Officer. It Is also expected Miss Bernice Denmark and Mra. Witness my Weekly blind j 1'11:

Co., with headquarters l'a improving ever since," he said. south of Starke. The Commissioners two and a half years ago, when that Jeff Davis, of Gainesville Mary Lou Norman were visiting .at 7th.. 1943.OFFICIAL at "'.Stark. .VIurId 1n4. ,

I) JJ Atlanta, when he, and four others, J. II. Carlisle, who was with the then took a recess for the Mr. Goldman opened the Camp Department Commander of Miss Irene Rosier of Jacksonville ( SEALI, A. J

lost their Jobs because of the Baird Hardware Co., at Dunellon purpose of organizing as a Boardof Cleaners near' :. Camp Blanding. the Legion, as well as Howard last week-end. T. Frank I.nndruRI A., CI.rk of .. TI'

Roosevelt (Teddle) panic of 1607. was transferred to Starke to open Equalizers. The Board was; They opened the Victory Military Rowton, of Palatka, Department Alt)'. for Pit, IIta'k..,i,

He was ready to take a Job of up and run the Bradford Hard- duly organized by electing M. O. Supply store on Call Street a Adjutant, will 'be presents ... IN'CIfl'lir: 1\\
,"" any kind so came to Starke and ware store On April 22, 1932; but Harrell as chairman and T. C. year ago, last''month. All who attend this free chicken Recent BirthsMr. ('O'NrY, nORlin I 01 h'r,BRIO)

iI'>; worked 14 ,month with Joe C. later on when chain organizations Chastain as vice-Chairman. ChaIr- I '. that night will have (:ERy. lt
I' I on
supper Del..nan ,
were not quite so popular man Harrell announced that all and Mrs: Sydney Woodrow Fell n d r I lor
Alvarez who ran a laundry. I Coca-Cola Ads all their past shortcomings for* Plaintiff. ye. Walter H
Mr. Wilson then went to Tampa but were more expensive, Baird I who had complaints to offer or given and forgotten. H. A. Carlton GrUfls, Lake Geneva, July B, boy; fendant C .e .o, 25e,JO"11NREo.gf..EP

and worked with R. O. Dunn &,I desired him to take over the store had testimony to submit .aa to Feature "Coke"Bottlers Post Adjutant, stated yester- Mr. and Mrs., Charles Blalock, ; To LirA'MO
when he returned and operate It for himself, which values of any property, real or STATE 0. APPEk
until 1911 FLORIDA
Co., day. Any who lack transportation Lawtey, July 8, ooy. B. I,
I Coca-Cola using Joseph, who.,
he did in 1935.: While it seemed personal fixed the of are reold.ni.
married the daughter as by County
to Starke, will please, call Post CommanderW. Cleveland Street,
that there was a: lot of "paying"to a total of 1,612 newspapers in I Charle.I.1,
of W. T. Weeks Clerk of,the Circuit Assessor of taxes on his 1943 tax vice- Carolina.
119 lit
B. Sewell at or
before the store could 1379 cities for new advertising At The TabernacleThe ,You are required
and in 1912 purchasedthe do actually roll would now be heard. No one a to 10
Court, 112 August 11th. 1943>> .
J. Thomas at
Commander In the
he has launched this week according abo",
his ,
Co. fromT. become own appearing for such campaign .d Court
Abstract ,
Bradford purpose, upon
and provision will be made. Rev. Harris B. Bragan,
business. to V. W. Howard, man- tiff ceeka dlvorti.6iSSf.3V. ,
J. Alderman. In 1914 he enjoyed a prosperous due consideration and inspectionand Tel..raph publEh
bought out H., C.' Richard's Insurance The only trouble la that "It is comparison of values, the ager of the Starke. -' Coca-Cola Bottling Don't forget the time and place: missionary to, the British West In next four hall we.kly I.ou.thl..

Agency later on becoming' hard to get help to find, people 1943 tax roll was approved and ,Co 8 P. M. Tuesday July 13, at the Indea, will bring a message Illustrated seal Witnees at my hand Ind Of
Starke .
liquidator for the bank here and who know anything about the values as' fixed by the Assessorwere Mr. Howard emphasized the residence of Mr. and Mrs. G. B. by slides, to ,the 'Taber- 7th. 1943.OFFICIAL. 'Iurlda, W.

sit Lak' Butter, and finally entering hardware business. When a fel accepted aa the Just and, universal ,coverage that .is pro- Stanley, two or three miles east nacle Friday night ,(. A.SEAL Clerk) A. J. ,.,

his present business-the lowhas, been In the hardware business proper values. Whereupon the vided by newspapers and stated of Starke on Road 28., T. Frank Landrum, Stark ot 11\1,\r:,

H. C. Wall Insurance Agency.J. 10 years and thinks he knows Board of Equalizers adjourned and I, that more than 900 Coca-Cola bottling Atty.' for Plr. -9T SIN

T. Quigley 'was working with something; about It, he finds at the Board of County Commissioners ,plants throughout the coun- Band Buys BondtMack CIRCHT fOIST. lit,

a Jacksonville contracting concern the end of 20 years that he didn't was again called to order, t tIt try are represented In this na 'CF.ISY OIT'\ITY. FLORID Ii C

and in 1907 came to Starketo know anything at ,aU about It," was decided to meet on Monday tlon-wldeuse. of, this, medium of Futch. president of the Ann Davis Mayn piaigun
build the Paul Canova rest- Mr. Carlisle said. August 2, at 10 A. M. at advertising B. H. S. Band announces that the Case Carl No Jeffemnn 2426.ORDER May, Del

doneeon North Walnut Street. .W. B. 8! well, who was associated the Clerk's ,Office In the Courthouse "The,pars played by CocaColaIn organization has purchased $123 OP PUBLICATKl

While with this firm he built the with, 'the Florida group, of for the purpose of bearing' the dally life of American sol-! worth of War Bonds with proceeds 'STATE AND NOTICE OF FLORIDA TO APP,to\

Seaboard depots at Zellwood and banks, at Bartow (The Florida complaints from owners or agentsof diera! andU.< .sailors around the from the one-act play given Jefferson: Mays, whom mUnl

Highland, and erected the water National Bank) was transferredto any real estate or personal world and the fact that 'Coke' Is shortly before the close of school.At 1504 folk Seaboard Virginia. Avenue, gouitl

tank at the Seaboard shops at I Starke In February 1937 to property, the value of which has the recognized abbreviation only some future date the bonds You are required to apt

Jacksonville-the first construction open the bank which he did on been fixed by the County Assessorof for Coca-Cola, form the theme of will be cashed In to help buy uniforms ed August Court 9th.and 1943.cause In,the whereli abonj f

work done there for the March 1. 1937. He began as taxes on' his 1943 roll and accepted this new program." said Mr. How- for the band. tiff seeks divorce and renwL

Seaboard ,he said. He returned Vici-Prestdent.and Cashier, later by the Board. The Clerk ard. "Our armed forces have Telegraph nf Maiden Name shall publlih Bradford thliT Cj'

to Starke in 1908, married, and being promoted to President. Although was instructed to prepare suitable found Coca-Cola being bottled at Methodist Pastor In next four weekly liiuei.
and supply some were, dubious as to notice of the Witne my hand and 'tf
his. building meeting and have .
opened up many polntajthroughout the Allied Real at Stark, Florida, tUil
house, which la now known as the advisability of establishing the same advertised In the Bradford Nations. They look upon'Coke' On VacationThe 8rd. 1943,
the first (OFFICIAL SEAL A. J, ItlA.
Davis.' bank deposits day were County Telegraph.
Quigley and as one of those little Clerk of! Mil l'I
I*. A. Davis, who was living at $20,000, and the present prosperous Application of Alma Corbett of things that remind them of Rev. G. C. Powell, pastor Paul Vetter Jacksonville, fjl
Crandall, Fla., had a little girl condition of the bank has Lawtey for admission to the State home." of the Methodist Church, left Atty. for Fit 7-1 It|

and he wanted her to have the Justified the decision to establish Tuberculosis Sanitorium at Or- Tuesday afternoon on a two- '0 I L _._ _,_
In out that the
school. He the bank here a thousand lando was pointing new weeks' vacation. He will spend
advantages of a good duly approved upon receipt features "Coke the
also "thought" he wanted to : times over. of advices from the Red friendly advertising abb revlatlon of Coca- a few days with his homefolks EVERY BRANCH OFYn

farm, and In '1913 bought 100 While in the midst of celebrat- Cross that the Board would be Cola Mr, Howard recalled the near Tifton, Ga., after which he

acres "near a town and near aschool" ing the 12th anniversary of establishing reimbursed for any amount expended famous decision written by the will go t 0 Lake Junaluska a
: *-the site of his present In her behalf. Methodist assembly ground in the
his business the Tip 'Top great Justice:Oliver Wendell Hol-
hills of
StarkeHe owned a Western North Carolina,
home In back at CrandaU In Nassau Grocery in !=Starke, June, 26, 1931, mes, of the United' States Supreme for the remainder of his vacation. uF'cncc
sawmill Lawtey Minister Court to.tb.. effect that-"Coke" ,
County He' engaged J. T. C. If., Naaworthy expressed his During his absence his pulpit

Quigley to remodel his former appreciation of and gratitude to Goes To CubaThe means CpcaCola.Following 'the introduction of will be filled Sunday, July 11, by

home ,here, and In 1924 they be- I I his wife's mother, 'Mrs. G. H. the in the natiDn'spreas the Rev. L. A. Shepherd Chap-
came partners In the. lumber Meadle, for making It financially Rev. Forbes E. Fuller, for campaign lain of the State Prison, at both
the theme will be featuredIn H. C. WALL
business.J. possible for him,to enter business, tha past two years pastor of the radio morning and evening services. __

C. Hoover, veteran photo- "matching my experience," he Lawtey Baptist Church,*will leave ers magazines and other1, media'scripts In ,extensive post- Sunday ,July 18. Chaplain B. ).X.

grapher, came to Starke in 1900. said. "After eight years train- his pastorate July 18 for Chicago, an Montgomery a former pastor, will .

He and his" brother,, the late, C. ing In the grocery field In a 111.., where he will complete his advertising schedule. preach at 11 A. M. At the even- : Agency

-. F. Hoover, had a portable photographic Jacksonville firm, my family andI preparation to go to Cuba as a ing hour- 8 o'clock Chaplain ;. I
outfit and also a port- ,decided that we should go In missionary in the fall He, will Mrs. Jno.' Mullady' / Richardson, who Is associatedwith Constant Years _
able house, and 'travelled all over business for ourselves." So after engage in deputation meetings In Died June 26 Chaplain Montgomery at the Over 50 _

the State of Florida in the business. having travelled 1,400 miles over the Great Lakes region throughout Station, Hospital will preach. A i

Starke was a "very pro- the State In two weeks and returning the summer and early fall, Mrs. John" Mallady, widow o'f cordial Invitation is extended to 1'

gressive little town," he said "and to, talk to ode of my old leaving for Jaruco, Havana Pro- the late Rev,.! ,John Mullady former all these services.Cemetery (\ Please- Phone 146

a good business town. Cotton bosses who started me off in the vince, Cuba-35 miles east of pastor of' Christian Churches

and strawberries produced, wonderful I grocery business In .1923, C. F, Havana-about November 1. in Bradford County died Satur- FuricT P"A 1"111' C ,

crops in those days. And Calling, be said) he had a store' Mr. Fuller will be engaged principally day, ,June 24; at her home, in ...,
-- It was'' a pretty place-much prettier In Starke that I could buy if I In teaching In the JarucO: Silver Springs. 'Md., .a suburb of Grows RapidlyPolice J

than it 1s today," Mr. Hoover I liked It., I came over and looked Bible School, with week-e n d Washington, 'p.. C.. CLASSIFIED ADS

said. They built 'the present it, over and told, him I 'liked It evangelistic meetings In the various 1 SunIvinS.e; '(wb daughtel'8.Miss' officer Ben .C,, HoltzendorjT -
and wanted It. And thanksto In 'area. reports that he has already '
Hoover Studio building in 1908 ,.to buy preaching points that :
Beryl Mullady and Mrs. WANTED: -Old
business in the, good Lord and the good He will work 'under the Cuba collected and banked $155 towarda phonograph, jecOTOT3 WANTED
been doing
and have I Leona Sellers; and one grandson, ; So, per ,It)., None' with 1
permanent maintenance fund \ Listings on apartment
ever, since. Mr. people ,of !Starke It has been a Evangelization Association of Jar-
the same spot
Frederick Jofa Sellers: all of 304 Phone* '
for the Crosby Lake paper 179"Pal': Music home for rent, located
success ever since. uco. He,came to Lawtey from a Cemetery,
Hoover was born 1* Cedar Rapids, 'Ave. ,
Hlghvlew ; Co.
Silver Starke SrarIia'
Springs Fla.
pastorate In South Dakota. and that ,he Is not going to letUp tf miles of
Md., and one jfcranddaughter.. Con- until there Is enough 119 East Call Sir**

Blueberry rm II Hamptoh-Theressa stance Dawn.,Mullady of to take care of adequately.money. IF YOU WOULD BUY OR SELL W., T. CLUTE, ReaR
Cows And .Horses hanna Pa. ,, susque-I He would like for Interested milk cows stock cows, beef cattle

; Interesting. Sight. Road Discussed Should Be ListedBy The Mullady family citizens to know that, regardlessof stock bulla or hogs, 'get ,In NOTICE-I will not be re>l

hereIn 'At Board MeetingCongressman Maryland last fall from Blngham- how many times this project touch with J. D. Odom Jr., for any debts other tW|
Believe' ot not-right
use stepladders I L. T. Dyer, County Agent ton, N. V., when Miss Mullady may have been started before and Box 247 Starke;; Box 204 Lake own. LIndsey Crlifl 1-Z
Bradford County they I Lex Green met and Mrs. Sellers received appointments allowed to play out, this time It Clty; Telephone 481 Lake City.
to pick blue' berries I [i with the Board of County Commissioners Last week. Dr. J. E, 'Scatter- with the U. S. GovernmentIn will succeed Don't wait to be Auction market every Tuesday, NEW! HAMPSHIRE baby I

Proof of this ,statement can e Monday and made several day spent one day In the county Washington D.C. .. solicited! See him or Carl Johns Lake City, 2:30: ; every Thurs- for sale.-E. E WasdUl

be found 4' the amazing blue timely suggestions toward testing cows for Bangs disease. He Burial was In Susquehanna Pa., In the City Hall and make, your day, Palatka, 2PM. 1-6-44, north 'of Waldo on 1\014\1-2 l
berry farm, belonging to R. F. getting' the Hampton-Theressa tested some 40 cows for about 25persons. contribution !
: by the, side of her late husband today
Demoreat, and located a short road hard-surfaced. H e stated These are only milk and her son,, Clyde G. Mullady FOR SALU!) Five fine gilts TIl1

,distance, northwest of Starke. that he was heartily In favor of cows and no beef cattle were also her son-in-law, James A. Sel, Starke (sows) about one year old, bred NEVER HAS THE ill'
Nine acres are devoted to a this project, and offered his services tested at this time. He says that lers. Laundry to purebred Duroc male. Should more opportune
fine variety of cultivated blue in securing approval of the every milk cow should be tested. ,.,, Enlarging QuartersBusiness farrow about Sept. 1. Sell one siring a home to buy lOll

-", berry, and some of the 2,400 undertaking since it has virtu- Dr. Scatterday will spend two While residents'of' Bradford or all, at farm near Hellbronn build. I have a few am''

bushes must almost be classified ally become a vital part of the days In the county In the near County, the Mulladys made their .is so good at the Springs. N. D. Wainwrlgbt. for sale reasonably

aa trees, having: reached a height defense, road system. future to'make further tests of home In Hampton. Starke Dry Cleaners and Laundry Itp terms.-D. E. Knlgtt, 1.2
milk cows, and'ahould be able that they need Fla.
of 10feet. more In''
: Van H. Ferguson of the right-- FOR RENT
:' these to cover moat of the remainderof Park Theatre which to work. Hence, Junlus Furnished room. COlI
berries fro m
Picking: of-way division of the State Road Price Rea aonable. FOR SALE-One JerseY
the county provided the people Smith, proprietor, has 2 1-2 ml.
bushes Is not a "backbreaking"Jot employed 2year.o1dR.
presented a
Department proposition Being Redecorated south of Starke calf and one
who want them tested will let me R. H. Mathe, who on Road 13.-.-
I and does not ,Involve any to the Board relative to securing erected the Della Goodge. .' H. Orlder, Westir
stooping. ,A tall man stands upright the necessary right-of-way, know In advance so that no, time E. A. Fletcher, sign paint A.- and building to construct an addition Itp St., Starke.
at the
or mileage will be wasted. rear. SALES ,
and even uses a step-ladder and also to building and maintaining Interior decorater, Is redecoratingthe GIRLS WANTED
berries ir. the tallest Dr. C. A. Palmer and Dr. W. M. I 'front The addition-18x30 feet-will P. S. Stores SHOATS for u'
lo reach the bridges over an extension of part, of the Park Theater Blanding Center. FEEDER
t'pn. the drainage ditch leading from Morgan\ of Gainesville, have been 'I -'from the: marque to the be Smith used as. a check room, Mr. ltp I D. Crosby, 3 ml south of!"I

About 2,100 of the bushes are Road 261 In a northwesterly direction vaccinating against sleep- lobby and foyer.! Several weeks stated which will give on Gainesville road.
18 or 19 years old, while the'' and Intersecting Alligator ing sickness, and will continue to ago W. N. Carnaston, proprietor more room and more light: and YOUNG MAN AND BOY wanted <<
be account
; Mr. Demorest Canal about a mile east of Starke. : come as long as there are enough secured the services I of Mr. a cooler place to work. All -Stock room and sales work. FOR RENT-on I
ethers are young. located
animals listed to be vaccinated.All clothes will be checked Apply P. S. beautifully
bought the original 2.100 plants After full I consideration, the i Fletcher, who decorated the mar- Into and Stores, Blanding ness.
who have animals to be' out of the Center. all modern.
vac- plant
r through front home,
from CI'eatvlew'and had them setout Board adopted appropriate reso- qu'ee In the patriotic colors of this lip elee
cinated should list them with room. It Is of furnished all
r me concrete
block. pletely
lutions the matter. red, white and blue.
"t 12 feet apart. The berries regarding so that definite schedules can be WHITE GIRL, desires work. Experienced ally equipped. On psved
have only one season a year, The salary of Ernest Byrd, jani- made to save time and mileage. He Is now* re-decorating the Lawley In clerking and 15 miles from camP B
:- from about the middle of May tor of the\Courthouse, was raisedto lobby and foyer In old rose, high- Methodist 'Ing. Will take care 'of whK 'ding.way J. J. Lowry.fJI

". until the middle of July. I $73 per month. Applicationsof Wives lighted and stenciled., The poster Sunday School 10 A. M. Morn- children. Write LaVerne Kort- lakeInterlachen, florid!.

-, Last year Mr. Demorest harvested Pasquale Libretti and of Morris Army display which- Is,,Illuminated In Ing Worship 11 o'clock, subject man. General Delivery. Starke. .

-:' about 500 crates, each consisting Randolph for wholesale beer Take Poison different colors,. will be decoratedin "Bridge Builders Along Life's P1a. Itp FOR SALE .6 head nlc'
of 36 quarts and they license were duly approved. A communication the rainbow design. The pop Pathway." Evening bull CJIIf'
service at 'flILEFOR T-s Black Angus
averaged: $3 per crate This year, was received. from the During the past week, the wives corn room wllI4be decorated In a 8:30: will be. devoted to a special. )t. *,ncf_.*ia cash. H. few Brabllll
Board of Commissioners.. of State of three of the Russian blue design. Overstreet, Box 61 old. Also a
because of a late freeze and dry men Armed Forcesat Boy Scout program. An Interest Route 1, bulls OM
Lawtey Whlta Face
weather the berries) .''111 piod'ice Institutions relative to the use of Camp Blandlng. having domestic Ing motion picture in color Fla. ltp and pi
will cow
only at 20 percent crop. and because State prisoners on ,county roadsas troubles which seemed (to July 15 Deadline"All I be shown and short talks will be COTTON RAGS WANTED. Jersey much mare mule...
of the shortage of labor provided by the 1943 laws. them) at the time to be insuperable I made by officials of the be clean Must five-year-old OdO1 Jr.
New no
) The Board was advised that, taken to the Station 1 restaurants buttons or trous and ,ride. J. D-
he will'harvest only about 8 per- were that have not River District. All Scouts their ers. Bradford ,
cent of last year's crop, he aatd.t owing to the shortage of prison Hospital at Camp Blanding for : yet filed for their points for July parents and friends of Scouting graph. County .]:,'ele- FOR SALE-Young f J1IU1,

Last year's he paid 4. cents per labor It would be Impossible to treatment after taking poison according and August processed foods are are urged to attend. tf second calf. goodW.

quart for picking: and this year operate under this law until after to an employe of De Witt urged to do so at" once", W.' L. The annual Church and Sunday CPLORED COO K WANTED cow, Bt 2, BOS
to C. Conner
6 cents. Crates coat him 35 cents the war. C. Jones, who took them' in the Blair. Chief Clerk In the RationIng School picnic will be held Wednes work In private family. Good

1aayearr while this year theyare L L.' Lanier, Assistant Administrator ambulance. One of them took Board stated yesterday. The day afternoon.',July 14, at King wages.ApPly Larry's Place Starke.
55: cents. However, the price of the State Tuberculosis lysol, and the other two tried to time has been.! extended from ley Lake starting at 2:30 o'clock. Boomtow F6R SALE-.T5. rr-f '

this> year has Increased to around Sitnltorlum: at Orlando,. advised end it all with Iodine. It seems July 3 to July 15 ,"but this will It Is especially desired that all FOR Up fence, running water

$0 per crate as compared with that from now on the County that none of them took a large be absolutely the last day that young people of the Sunday vines.SALE Porto' Rica potato buildings, on road i."

"93 lust year. would be required to pay $1 per quantity and expert medical attention they can file.".- K r. Blair said. School will be able to attend. 2 Box Mrs. Id* Sweat Route 133 or write P. ,51

saved them from death M, Starke. Pta, 7-9 2tp Starke, Fla. '" '


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