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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 30, 1943
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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; Start : Rotarians Hear; Police Force I Bombardiers Go "

Work To :/ OPA OfficialLeon $415 Stolen Taking 1 Vacations- ,.* ". Season's Sales To Salt Lake City Two Announce I


.%.. Paine district associate 'Police Chief i Aa :IL. A Iv: area Lt. Wm. A. Edwards and Lt. .
On FHA Houses rationing officer with 'the 'Jacksonville From Restaurant started the vacation ball to roll- At Market Al Kay Carlisle Air Corps bombardiers For Mayor; d

OPA office, was guest ing some Weeks 'ago. spendingmost who have been at Mac-
speaker at the Rotary Club,Wednesday 'of hi. time at. home. W. E. Dill Field. Tampa for some time,

(At Early Date t tThe discussion and of gave the'an theory enlightening; practices Sunday A. M. pollce Thornton have and' already Fred Sapp had theirs night Total '$108,557; pent. Starke a week, and with left last their Saturdayfor parentsIn None For Council I'I'Two

and, necessity of the Gov and noW Ben Holtzendorf Is tak. their new assignment at Salt

20 FaA house referred ernment's rationing program.He Some time Sunday morning ing Borne time off. As a summary of the year's Lake City Utah. announcements: for the

I in the Telegraph, three weeka called upon members of the between 1:30: and 7 o'clock-Con. He likewise is spending mostof work at the State Farmers' :Market : J. M Edwards wnoite wife and office of Mayor and still no bids 0

HOT are assured for Starke and club to cooperate and to uso their don's Grill was robbed of around rrrs vacation in Starke, but he at Starke L. M. White 'little daughter, Carolyn are in for vacancies on the City Council

work will begin ,on ?th*m about Influence to get others to cooperr 1500, according to Louis Pappus and Mrs.: Holtsendorf spent a few manager, stated last week that total St. Louis, accompanied them that featured the current: week> with

!u8ust 16 John, E;,,; ler.on. of ate in the.rationing program stating the new manager. About $415 days ea. fishing trip at a campon produce sold by the market"as far on their trip through the the City Election, set for Sept. \

!S,, Gainesville contracting firmS that OPA officials were not was taken from the safe and $2,05 Hall Lake in Clay County. He agents for the farmers in country In their car. Carolyn 14, getting dangerously close.

pierson and Klrkpatrlck Who I trying to work any undue hardship from the cash register. In addition didn't say aaythlng. ', about catch- 1943" amounted to 1108, T.2/t./ had her second plastic surgical .First
fin build them. said! ,Wednesday.''I'' on anyone but simply tryIng ,, the 'cigarette machine and Ing any fista..' .. with 73: percent of this product operation Tuesday, July 20, andIs man to announce -

For awhile It looked as If, even to do the ,best job possible the ,Juke organ were also robbed/ If Matt 'Morgan, newest mem- grown In Bradford County.A getting along exceedingly well. for ,
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and financed bj ber of the force, rates a vacation. of 1942 and 1943
I !though backed : under the circumstances. Proceeds from the cigarette comparison: W. M. Edwards said Wednesday.In 'VP ,:
Mayor was
I. Government agency. there, was machine are collected the first his wilj.,follow Immediately after prices reveals the fact that pecana all probability they will return
Impossibility that the project of*the month and money from Mr. Holtzendorf's is over. averaged 10 cents per pound last home together within a few days. Jam e s F 2' 'j '\

I might! fall through. Several per-I Room Service the Juke organ is taken up the year and 19 cents this year. Ilollings :

( ions who warmed up to the' first of the week-so the robber Fresh corn five dozen ears to wort h ? 2S,
at first cooled: Off Army In Market sack brought an average of 96 I III (
ropos.tion: beat the, collector to about three I Housing Project who ap _
reason or another and weeks" from the' cents last year, whereas they resent
tar one Offered Bv NCCSMayor revenue cigarette _ _
withdrew entirely.' However, qpme machine and about five or six brought |1.25 In 1943. Peppers serving. uCounty

of them returning and others fall- days funds from the-juke otgan. For Potatoes averaged 60 cents per bushel Not For StarkeA I ,

Ing lfl. practically all,were signed! Entrance' wall'tnad8l*! from thereaT hamper in 1942 and Jumped to S upervlsor ,
up Wednesday When Mr Pierson. L. A. Canova has ap the thief' breaking a Win $2.09 per' hamper in 1943. of Regis. J
of for centralized
Ipent the entire afternoon h reIn proved room service a plan and has a designatedthe dow' and cutting a screen and : The U.S. 'Government t. send Red Bliss Irish potatoes showed statement In the Sunday tratlon and 'J (

the office 0 f Circuit Court National Catholic Community according to Mr... Papp'as it was ing' 'out.'invitations far bids on only a slight Increase in Jacksonville Times-Union relative It an em- I'

Clerk A. J. Thomas. Service to out this plan., It an "Inside Job" since the safe sweet potatoes, and want the price. averaging $2.10 per 100 to the building of 380 publicly- ploy. of I I,
All 20 of the houses will be carry the was opened by combination. He Farmers" Market to assist In lining pounds last year and $2.82 this financed temporary family units Canova'S'- '
1 Is believed that plan as outlined
of the 3.bedroom type, and will will be beneficial 'to both thinks. a former employe who ,up, farmers who will furnish year. Snap beans were practically and 72 publicly-financed dormitoryunits P harmacy. 'HoUlag worth
to' fitted out ,with all'plumbing knew the wayaround la the cuK. potatoes tots: the ,Army. '"It has the same both years. there being built at Starke to H. was
mil electric wiring, as .well as the home owner, who rents who roomsas is prit. Mr Pappas himself left.the agreed fpr.wus! ; }to bid on them being only one cent'.difference) further the war effort wa mis graduated from B. H. S. In 1936 .
well the
kitchen sink bath tub. cook stove, as newcomer cafe about ,1230. he said and a right 'out ort:', ", ground." L. M. In the price-bringing.. $1.29., in leading. The same paper one or and spent a part of two term' : ''I

heating stove Water 'heater' and seeking a room or an apartment hotel: negro cook who has been ,there White, manager ,of the market, 1942 and $1.80 In 1943. two days later stated that, these at Emory Juntor.College, Oxford j

electric refrigeratOrs 'They ,willgi3.6QO' Every home owner' or the two years! and a dishwasher who "stated j-'thUlj" Week. It has also English peas,. on :the other buildings would be erected Inside Ga. '

'. and will.be financed keeper. who r.nt. rooms by., had been there bire days, left given. ',the, Government buying hand, showed ,a remarkable advance Camp Bland ing. Second entry/whose decision was .
asked
is to
111 the PITA'6nLii) basis ofJZ3 day,' "r i.e-It'la\onlY kpc.month by the complete -;' about 1:10: o'clock.. agents' the<
:year mortgages, payable In c op of' in The ,Owner,' George Condon. of will rake n their, potatoes. only $1.38 last year. Strawberries those who noticed the short Associated (Bill) Carnaslon part owner and
monthly payment of around $25. cooperation everyone will peLand, came Sunday morning ,The stataf hatt a shredding,machine brought an average .f $4.98 this Press dispatch! dated manager of the Park Theatre, '

They ,wilL be rented to civilianwar the community that the plan sad a fingerprint specialist from Mr. White" said,. and if year, and only $3.39 last year. Washington, D C.. that this who said: "I hereby announce my :

workers for the duration at be successful.! the State Prison Farm. aided ,by farmers will ,take their potatoes Tomatoes showed almost a 300 ''arjt tUltnber of buildings to takeerw candidacy for the office QC Kayor

ipproxlmately $44,per mont! unfurnished During the, week starting August A.. L .Alvarez. police chief made to market and grade them, all the percent Increase, bringing $3 per I .t .tndts.Ptn.iable. immigrant of Starke in that.ab.r' : t> election. i

the rent If furnished. 1. every house owner rent investigation; but up to now culls and strings will$ be shredded. 50 pounds In 1943 and only, 'tl'.11 Civilian war- workers" would befctd I promU, Itim 'it Lain hon'

not to exceed' S4o'or $d5.;- At the ing/ rooms wilt fflttJL be al k ed!by th H.!!1 l>.?5! been P.!1.? arrest. _.. They can either be dried on the last year, .... :aa.. I '.t Starke so soon after I ored 1i4mwii wlttx. IM4\ .Important c' thyaffafrrf office' bjthl .
I Mayort6fUl .SHHUMMjH concrete pavement at the market W \
boil FHA
,piriton! of 60' daY.j.L .- '..- 1 l ''J"tm i." Mr. White ,said the announCePMnt that 20 business-like man-
parties agree, a bOuamay\, be stating the number of rooms or they can be shredded!r .::.....and''''....tak-.... *, 1'1\11. Arme Forces are a.kl.nl'tor' houses would .be erected here {<}( city t. in aA1ndtlai"1' will endUvOrtO' I(

soul by the 'own.l' to, the person. &at are available, the ,facilities, Native 01 Stae ..".!\i.t ..homa..: {gf ai,) t ng, _t bid on sweet potatoes $In. the same purpose. "-'- harmonious: relatlona.beiween. --

who,lives la Itr .._:, ? i -- the rental"etc. This questionnaire Rise To Tcptf: lit, VVhii Italed that if potato truck and car-load lots. "'It flOw "" /L .reply from M. M., Parrlsh, promote Sts! ; ,,andtt- authoritiesT r

Next week's issue ofthe Tele- and letter prepared by the growers realize 150 bushels to looks," he continued, "as U O.P.A.: 'Stat. .DlrS TrJMlslflBJl'lVreply ) irl CamjT; Blandl.ng.! --sMfJ '

graph will carry the nada of the Mayor ,wilt be delivered by a Boy In TransportationAnother the acre", Which h. said was entirely will set a support price onjU.St! to 'an inquiry from tha

owners of these, new, homes, to. Scout or representatives youngsteIn native of Starke who possible' abdut 60 percentor No. 1 at $1.14 per bushel$ In contatners. -. .Telegraph stated that thee!' Another* "lblllty-e1t-Kayor!
'next day N. D, Walnwrtgat Jr., fresh out
with their ucat1on. Mr. the community. Th. be U.S. No. ,houses under the .
ether DO bushels, wpuld This does not mean that l cam. Jurisdiction
has climbed the ladder of .
and success stoi "on
will return ho Is
the Scout of .the Army. -XI ..
FUrjon! has made several trips cbilect Boy the questionnaire, which, is Charl&. Walter Edwards whrecently.resigned 1 that could be jnarketed to the the price will be low bu ..IL.doesmean of..th"J'edefaL., Public Housing -' the fnc'e..' and'Is 1 not yet readyto
Starke In the Interest of this armedorceV".' at- not (less than that the price would not Authority and not under the ''I
National Cath 1 : as vlce.pre.ldent make definite announcement.For .
JI'OJed.>J and M: ',MX Parrtah TState olio'will be Community filed at the Service. E a c h In charge of operations and secretary $1.15 (and probably ./'> IRA Administrator; was here .two low.) This would tota.103.00to M *t t a..that such "
will be given severa/ of the,Motor Transit Company Starke who have never registered -
Or three times also. home owner of Jacksonville to the acre and ,the other'"60 ", houses were built ";";;:.. ,K '1
a In
'out accept
forms which' he can fill a Scout Return L ? registration )tgooks opened!
,
shredded. At
bushels could be determined that these units wouldnot '
soon as 'the rooms In his house position as assistant general manager the City Halt: July Id, ai'd'iil **- I
50 pounds to the bushel that 'From Camp\ be economically sound when.
Lightfoot\Retums of with the Week's
will transportation
,. are vacant- The home owner malrl open through August 14. I
From this form.ln the mall box: Virginia Electric & Power Company makes 3,000 pounds of potato meal pie emergency ceases, and they The Election l is to be held Septem '
Vacation deposit National Catholic ,Community with headquarters, at Rich- which would Bell at around' $30 f Members. Boy Scout Troop ar-4. constructed with the Idea econd Tuesday In r' ,
of the ber-14 th. ( :
mond. per ton ,as feed 'for hogs O', cat- No. 70 are very grateful to the that !hey will be demolished when ,
The Rev. A. E. Lightfoot. pas- Service and Immediatelyeffort ; members the jnonth. <.. 'itfTTj, *' t -: nr' "
dried of' the .JIJ
tie; and after being properly Rotary Club of the wars' over and they are nolonger I
tor and Mrs. LIghtfoot returned tenant. Newcomers seeking room portatlon career: with the old ... one candidate: for .;
of, their rotting. -ir_ also help in transportationthat He also stated that they would City Clerk
Thursday evening from an extended will be directed to this U. S. O Jacksonville Traction Co., predecessor -Carl Johns. the Incumbent I
Next week Mr. White 1 Id ftulflg made it possible for them to ln all probabiT'ty: be> built on the and
trip to Mayo Brothers Club so that placement in an to the Motor Transit Co. spend. a week "at camp Echocko- one for Chief of Police-A. L..
Winston base Bla.\d,1nlf"
to 'Salem Wilmingtonand at Camp ,
Clnlc: at Roschester. Minn., in orderly fashion will ,be made. In October 190.8'as) a street car tee, near Orange Park. --, Alvarez who has held the place
Whltevllle N. C., to Inve.dpte "
'company with Mr. and Mrs. R. H. The Mayor requests that every- conductor. Mia I'feusual ability In I tot Z3 or ,25'years.Seven .
the 'of The returned home Sunday *
Cox of the State Farm. to make this plan the transportation field look him process kiln-drying boys New Sermon Series "
one cooperate sweet potatoes In tobacco barns. and each one not only had a fine .. '
Both Mr. and Mrs. Lightfoot a success. Pvt. Morris Nelson ot': 10 years later, to th* Pensacola When he ,return..he"will be able time, but also made marked advancement At Baptist Church r '-:: '
Went who is at Camp Electric Co., as transportation Girls
through the clinic'for checkup Buffalo Minn., to advise the farmers, and will 'la Scouting% Paul
and extended examination.On Blanding said: "I think this pan superintendent.Two probably/.ptilU 1'tobaeeoo\'marke.t.l 'I Canova, Jr., and Edward Shull The Rev A. E. Lightfoot pastor t. ..

the way home they stoppedover of room service Is swell. I know Yfars later ,he was tram-- in ,tbl4.,part, pf Mhes< 'bbdn y.: went up for their' Second Class of ,the Baptist Church announces
to visit their parents at that whenever I move to a new erred to the Tampa Electric Co.. advancement. James Platt, Philip a special series", of message Sent t To Ocala

Pensacola., Nr> here Mr. 'Lightfoot, was guest rooms for my family' Is at a and while there won national their First Class badges.; Billy the mountain" and dealing with '

Preacher for ,two Sundays In July .'U. S. ,O. Club. I know what a ,recognition for the company in In "Mr. LiMlcy" Miles, Billy Smith Sidney Broughton eternal thing that abide in the I The City Police, in cooperation

at the First' Baptist ,Church. great help it has been to 'me In accident ,prevention work. Park and Gerald Boelter all went darkness. of the night. 'with the County Health Unit, aI"I I (,

Dr. and Mrs- M. H., ,Massey,. the past, In the several camp I Mr. Edwards returned to the At Sunday up for four Merit Badges each. The series', entitled "Stars In rested seven more undesirable: '

Whl) have been supplying the have been assigned to, and I am Jacksonville Traction Co., as general ,Giving Cary Grant his first solo Sidney Broughton attained the the ,Night." will include the following girls and sent them to the Detention -

Starke Baptist.Church during the certain this plan will be beneficialto superintendent I n January starring picture,; "Mr. Lucky", rank of Life Scout.Scoutma.te'r' sermons: Home near Ocala lost 'I

month of July', returned Friday the soldiers and wives who are 1930 and supervised the substitution telling an unusual and highly entertaining Chas. H.. Allen attended August l-"NevertheleRs. Gad." week. This makes about a dozen .

w their home In Jefferson, Ga. assigned to Camp. Blanding. of buses for street cars. The story of a romance between camp with the boys and August 8-"The 'V' In Calvary." In ,All who have been' sent to
I efficiency with which the Motor "O'er Ocala within tha last few month.
earnest socialite 'wel.. while there served on the staff August IS- the Wrecks
: an
Mabel Elsie BrownMrs. Florida Film Transit Co., operated its boa system fare worker and a carefree gamb- by ,being examiner in Personal of Time." "And this -i;';ot-all": P ilcitii

.created n at lonal attentionand er..wlll be seen at the Park Theatre Hygiene and Public Health Merit August 22-"Set Your Com- A. L. Alvarez stated Wednesday:

Mat, r "Elate Brown. 42, Will Introduce for several years the company Sunday Monday and 'Tues badges. past! "We are going to clean up on the 'i

dJIId at her home In Jacksonville New French Star served as a model for other. (to day. August 29-"They Have Not girls"!
on July 21 follow. of "Mr. is Died." To add to the tragedy, some of '
after a long mne8 ;The: story Lucky" Fine Corn Grown
She Morning services begin at 11 the women are from this immediate ,
was a native of Starke but The thrills of' a best ,selling the icjue Grant persuaded the
bad lived In Jacksonville practl- novel come to the screen In Hreen,Fills Dates studio to buy for him more: thana With ,One PlowingLacy o'clock and music is In charge of vicinity, and one or two 1

Catty her entire life. She la sur- "Assignment In'Brittany", dra- Florida"Con year ,ago,'.<boul'h it' was by Mrs. L. A. Conova, organist. Of them very young. But both A
Tv d by her husband. George C. matic story of Commando raids In[ South an unknown author The star's Simmons colored .brought the Police Department and. the
three ,beautiful, thoroughly' filled Board of Health ,bave thsame
Brow! two children and ,other secret agents and a hidden Naxl Judgment has been amply con. Pastor "
relative., submarine base, which will be 're"m&I1 ,Lex Green 'spent i rated'! byvth! *4ulTl\ and 'I''the .ears, of whit corn into the officeof. Supply attitude: "ThU is war. and the

shown at the Florida Theatre Sunday the lrst three days of this week rfcture.i packed "wrthf>.CoIorful= In- the .Telegraph Wednesday At Presbyterian health of thi 'arme4 jtorcaoumust'
I where of which he had be at all hazard Let '
midnight In Miami group poitlcal morning, grown on protected
and Monday at the Idents and i unexpected happenings
[At show Saturday. leaders,''who 'are interested ,'.ranks among-the> year' most W. A.,Beasent's place a mile east Services at the First Presbyter- the chips fall where ,they may".
The Library? Lu aspirations for'the Governorship entertaining offering of town. He had an acre and a Ian Church will be la charge of

This, picture, introd u c e U to ., had arranged a aeries' Of half of this particular crop, but supply pastor during the monthof Miss, Evelyn Stump
ACTION : iLaralne la the heroine' of
IN 'THB NORTHATLANTIC Au- Day
American: audiences c Pierre speaking engagements for him at six acres of corn In all,' he said August while the pastor, the
will star and the.-- film, and Charles Blckford. Sworn Into',WAVES
keep root- French Among
you mont. popular Miami and Miami Beach. ,
'a to He went into detail aa to. just Rev. Chas. H. Allen and Mrs.
and !
your chair wifilt. when the GJad71.Cooper' Henry Stephensori -
suspensend war hero who escaped them were appearances before the how he managed to make such Allen rehere on their vacation
laughter aa Guy'ailpatrtc France, and made : Commerce have.prominent roles. A third Starke girt ha* Joined
'overran of
Nazis : Junior Chambers .
fine corn with only one plowing.He The Pulpit Supply Committee
rltes vividly ,of -the men''and his way to America. He is teamed of Miami and.Miami Beach,. th*' Noted, for JUa ,versatile ability first make beds similar to is pleased to announce that the the,WAVES-Miss Evelyn Stump
officers who oneof the o.play a' wide variety of roles! daughter of Postmaster and Mrs.Fred .
the lifelinesf
man
Peters and t
with Susan Exchange Club of Miami twO strawberry beds makes his fur morning service on August 1 '
the United / of the Gran*-in hi* first starring vehicleT F. Stump. be received
Nations It'Is, $important acting finds radio .ddr...... In addition he row'and places the fertilizer In will be conducted by Chaplain
high' time stfme" who \. seen as 01 carefree, tricky I I notice last Sunday that her application -
recognition newcomer Virginia
year. Another looked over ''t1le. proposed It. He' does not cover the fertilizer Herman M. Gross of the 366 MedIcal -
corded of but likeable gambler. His had been accepted. anda
the aplendld{ Is SlgneHaaso
worfc win bear watching Key project near Miami but planta his corn beneath Bn., Camp Blandlng.
IICComplished in seeking bankroll request to report to Jacksonville
adventures ,
by 'the Merchant the Swedish beauty. afternoon.At .
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,
Tuesday : it. He does not fill his
.
Marine. .mb- within 10
with,which he can take his sometime days.
COLOR; SCHEME'"la "the lat. A dramatic highlight of 'the Tue.daY'noon he addressedthe ling ,shipto i South American "trench" until the corn is 12 or Guilds New GarageW. Later she received word to be at
tilt the Commando raid that Club at Its luncheonIn 15 inches Mgb then covers it celebration of the first
mystery film Is Exchange waters and his stormy romance the anniversary
Who RPema to'by b. Ngalro Marsh.th wipes out a hidden nest of Nazisubmarines the El Commodore Hotel. and with a ,Park Avenue society girl with the plow. ,"If it gets no t,. Silcox I a building a of the Waves. at the,

a J Christie in crowdlnl"Al'a.,- off the coast of Brittany Tuesday "afternoon delivered an lead to the suspenseful action of other plowing It still makes good I double garage for Charley Johns George Washington. Hotel Jacksonville

THE MAN FROM popularity.: PAINTED ddress before the Miami Junior the film.Back corn". He farms on shares I at his home on the corner of at 8 P. M. today. at
J
S ROCK by Jackson Chamber; of'' Commerce. the first Church and South streets. By which time! and place along with

guaranteed to make'Gregory-,all-Westtlce -. Sells ResidenceMr. 10 minute. of which was broad., Fr tmV a'Cation Price To Be Here using the tin roof and one entire others she will be sworn in.
ern" fans take cast over station WFTL. He 'also wall of material salvaged from For the past several years she
sit up and. ', no" ,and Mrs. Joe S. Starling broadcast a 13-mlnute 'speech Rev. O. C.. 'Powell] was In his Representative Emory IL Priceof the old garage which Mr. SUcox has been member of the faculty 'J
northeastern from the the 2nd Congressional District, tore down, Mr. Johns was able to H. S. and '
Among the many books have sold their home In the over the same station pulpit Sunday' after a two-weeks' at B. wat graduated
In Pictures now 'part of town to Mr and El Commodore Hotel from 7:30: to vacation spent in Georgia and will be In Starke Thursday Au- ,build a very attractive garage from the Florida State Collegefor
win be found< ,MISSION S at 2 P. M. and will make and within the $200 '
Nasworthy. The 15 Tuesday.At two gust yet stay Women. ,
TO MOSCOW: Mrs. C. H. p.m. North Carolina. He spent
E, Davies: by:: JosephASSIGNMENT IN Starlings will move Into the country noon Wednesday be was the days with his 1 brother the Rev. his headquarters at the poatofflee. limit set by the WPB. At an early date she will go '

BRITT ANY by Helen Mactti- and It i I. presumed that Mr. of the Greater Miami Airport N. Ov. L. Powell pastor of the He hopes his friends will to Smith College, Northhampton, I
guest
nes; THe HUJotAN COMEDY I Nasworthy will rent the property > Association at the Officers' East End Methodist Church at visit him at that time. Special Master Sale' Mass, for a monih'u course and

by WUllam Sa oyanJ: KEEPER r to one of his employes. a, he Hub, where he made an Informal Decatur Ga.; two days with hiskome after that will be subject to .call
OP THE I do with the other "' Tlfton Ga. a $5,000 BondsN. Attorney T. Frank Land rum. aa to go anywhere any time.
: FLkMEby I. A.. Wy" Is planning .to address, and at 8 p.m. he was the folks near ; Buys '
i lie; on Church with the W H. Nollmans Special: Master in Chancery, on The other twoS local girls to
EDUCATION three houses purchased of the Miami Beach Junior night
by FOR DEATH : guest in Highlands, N C., D. Walnwrlght. Jr., Guar July 19 sold to Frances Murrhee Join the WAVES ,w e r e Misses
Cregor Zehner 'THE ox- Street a few days ago. Chamber; of Commerce along with at t their home
SOw INCIDENT officials 'and other local' and the remainder of the time at, dian purchased ",000 worth of Crews 119 acres of land near Ruby Sllcox and Martha Math-*
Vaa by Walter Births public Junaluska, N. C.-the Series G War Bonds from the Graham-irk sections 17 and 2O ews. both former'employes in the
TUburg Recent leaden. At 8 o'clock hemet Lake-
Clark and GET civic ,
at Starke Wednes 7 south 21 east '
1'aE: : BEHIND with political leadersand Southern assembly grounds offethodUm. Florida Bank township range Dyer.'S
Il 1 PenCe. ME by Hart- :Mr. and 'Mra. R. I. demons ither prominent! per on.. j.day. -the consideration being 300. ;
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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH 8TARKB, FLORIDA -* ID\Y.-HIV.g. ,
PAGR TWO '
daughter of Jacksonville are vUlt- : and daughter, 1" "
sider it. These chaps are not with us by Ing Mr. and Mrs David Kelly. Jacksonville wer< 'Mrp rntrr

The Bradford County Telegraph choice. They are; 'stuck off in camps that } Pvt. Dewitt Crawford of Camp and. Mrs. J. H. Dudley guest SUnd,,or
Mr. Mrs.
visiting
Swift, Texas was Gurney CM-W."
(ClltabU"bed 1S7T afford little in the way of comfort. They a41w9 and Mrs. H. M. McRae one day ter. Caroline, ', I and *"

r /ABAVBETLRJORIDAPRESS work and study as they have never worked 1 last week accompanied 'by Ala tlves In Orland, with t

and studied before. They miss their homes mother, Mrs. L. L. Crawford. anA Miss Virginia Se.WeU

*NA11QNAL l1DTQRL\LAS5.UJOO.! ; ASSOCIATION( and their friends and want to'be back with' Au&or<.o1 "How to Win Friend" sister,Songs Miss and Elizabeth muslo rendered Crawford by berta U the WhitfieldW. house gue, of of 1.1111I St

them. and Influence People. the Twin Quartette of Jacksonville
t t. Mattltpw* .._ ,.__._ .._ wilier an" (>w. Consider the fact that thousands of ,,, :,,* at Pine Level Church Thurs Jacksonville. E. Dowling and falllU''
,,' ." Colan Olson have moved 10'
the I day night by aqd
scattered throughout Farm and ''
Florida boys are are
SUBSCRIPTION KA1E! Hodges and Howard and 'Harold 'ocated h,

Vearlv. '1,711: tkav Mnnrlm. HI ftofabUahed country training in other states. They / O'Steen, with Verl Ackerman. at house Walker,recently family. VaCated by'

spend their time'talking about Florida and the, piano were enjoyed ,very
Weekly on Fridays Mid Entered .* I\er.! about everything they find else '"VUTINING LIABILITIES INTO'', CASH much. Mr. and Mrs. J L. Rube
visited ,
griping Mr.
sod CIitM Matter at the Platt OUter at,Kttu-k @7e.. This,column; today is about a boy who didn't get'much We are sorry to report the Illness ROb I n90n's tIo

__ .._. _._ _00___.. .uOO._ .. .._.. -- where. formal schooling. The third grade. That was all. Yet he of Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Mrs Saturday.J. C. Robinson |In w a ,

Sooner or later these lads find them has well. He has made nearly Crosby at their home. At t e rspending -
Make Them Want To Come Back managed to get along pretty Missy Melverna '
selves blended in some unit on a foreign as much money in three months as the President"of'', the' several days in the Glen- living In Starke ornton

Here and there over Florida.some' forward shore and instead of Floridians, New Yorkers United States makes in a year. He !is Wallace Beery the dale them Hospital a speedy at recovery.Palatka.'we wish, vacation from work Is spending at the!

citizen is beginning to realize become son of a Kansas City policeman. phone
looking Iowans or Californians: they Pvt. V. L. Starling -of Fort exchange visiting her
MI that we have an unlimited reservoir of potential "Yanks" No matter where they find He left school and ran away as a boy hobo, sleeping in Jackson, S. C., son of Mr. and Uy here and with Mrs, V
box cars and hobo jungles, and riding on freight trains. Prince In Calneaville
of Mrs. J. E. Starling, is at home
the thousands
l future citizens in them selves they don't like ,it. Their had M.:
He heard through a friend that his running away on furlough. Cpl. U Crews, jr now
service men now stationed in Florida. But thoughts! and their talk is of "the ..good hurt his mother deeply, so he came back and got a job as tloned; at a Texas training c

we've still got a selling job to do. No mat old U. S. A.". engine wiper in a railroad roundhouse., FLA. STATE FARMBy Is at home'on a ten day furlo'

ter how favorably impressed they are with the He was content with this job and expected tObe, a rail- E., R. Bouvler Mr;, and Mrs W K Tyul
war
citrus fruits and other attractions But what about the day when road man the rest of his_life. 'But a letter changed every children, spent the week-ti
I climate ,
our our is won and these men return to' peaceful thing. The letter was from his brother who had left school, Major and Mrs: R. L. Smith Daytona Beach visMin

they, won't come back to Floridato occupation? For a time they will settle too, and got 'a job with the Ringling'Brothers''circus. He of Crescent City.and Lt. and Mrs Tyus sister Mrs. C N. A*
Mrs; Mabel
make their home unless' we make them wanted B. R. Yarbrough, Jr., of Tampa Crews and di
: in their home community where they said that if Wallace to give up'his engine wiping ter of Belle Glade
feel that we want them back and that down and blessings that job and come to the circus he would try to find work for him. were dinner guests' of Mr and Mrs. M., L. Crews and are vb:
will find countless joys Mrs. J. L. Robinson'recently. Mr,
I ; Florida would be a pleasant place to live value and appreciate because That night Wallace started hoboing his way to the pircus. Mrs. G. L. Cox. who had stop Mrs. W. E. Thoi'nton,
they learned fo His brother introduced him to the manager of the circus Mrs. S. B. Gaskins
amid neighbors In Jacksonville enrouteto of Ca
good !
and family- ped over
rear a
of contact with the outside world. and Wallace got the job of watering and feeding the ele her home 4h Bennettville S. C., vllle 'was the weekend gat

good schools and good'churches. But as they grow'older and opportunity phants-at $3.50 a week. was met by her husband and together Mf. and Mrs. C N Robert,

This matter was discussed* briefly at a itself, they will think again of He became an elephant-trainer, and thought himself they visited their parents Miss Merry Beth Knight,,
of the Starke Club, presents settled for life. Then he received a letter from his brother here Sunday, companied by her father, H
recent meeting Rotary vacation time ,comes"they'll
effort Florida. And when Noah which upset his world. The letter said that he (Noah), Mrs. Nelle Muldron, daughter Knight of Starke spent the *i
but so far no concerted has been into the car, or end "here for the
bundle the family week the in New York. removal 01formers' !
was making $18.50 a acting on stage of Mr. and Mrs. J.. M. Bradley,
made to sell Starke and Bradford Countyto plane and,, tour the south again. They will As Wallace Beery held that letter in his hand, he decided living in 'Jacksonville, has joinedthe Hembree.Mr. tonsils by DIJ

the service m'en as a permanent home. get a genuine tbrill on this return trip and to become an actor. He knew nothing whatever about the WAVES and has been sent \ and Mrs. J. o

Since we do not have the benefit of an will remain as permanent residents.The stage and had never taken part in amateur theatricals. But to Hunter'College' in" New: York and family visited relative Cato
many he gave up his job borrowed some money and told his City. !
similar Fairfield
of Commerce
active Chamber or will bring Sunday.
sand is in their shoes and it friends that he was going to New York to become an actor' JUTS., C. M. Houser. and children Mrs P. D. Fancher U
organization, this selling job, for the presentat of Flat Rock, Ala., wereweekend still H
them back. He got a job in the theater--as chorus man! Yet he had ill at Riverside Hospital
least will have to be conducted on an individual During the past two years we have entertained I I, never taken a dancing lesson"in his life. : guests of Mr. 'and Mrs. L. A. sonville. Ji

basis., home. The show was "Babes in Toyland" and he was chosen Wiggins. Rev. Ray Walden Mrs, Wand
in
service our J. L. Williams and
men J. L. Robin.
As evidence that the matter is receiving -' many principally,because he had a deep voice. He was so big andclumsy' ,.I left business Ray, Jr., of Raiford,
increasing? attention in all parts of. the Today many' pf these chaps are in foreign that ,the ..other chorus men called him ".Jumbo.He ."- son trIp to Miami.Tuesday on a Charles Smith of New Orl,
them frequently.Some achieved La., and Rev., C. L. Wattenbu
service and we hear from success principally because lie, cashed in
[ Mrs. J. R. Kite and Mrs." C.' M.
'state, Russell Kay, in the current release of who griped' the most about Florida -on his short-comings, playing parts where he was not sup. Priest were.guests Friday of Dr. of Bonifay who is assisting

his "Too Late To Classify" column, has the back and talk of the posed to be educated-roles where he was lumbering-and I and ,Mrs. W. E. Murphree in revival at the Baptlat Churc.Ralford .
now wish they were' were dinner
it has made him world gun
a
following to say: success. Gainesville.
Florida "sand" is finding its way into pleasures, they ,found here, the delightful He cashed in on his liabilities. It isn't difficult to cash Jimmie Bradley left Monday to Mr.Mrs.and Mrs.Woodrow Arch Dobbs Sun

climate-and it is 'my guess that most of in on your assets,' but it, take initiative persistence and spend his vacation in Bennetts- Holllngsm
hundreds of thousands of. shoes. Service and children of Palatka are v{
''
them, will drift back sooner or later 'when courage to cash in on your liabilities. dan you do.it?,, ville, S. C. Ing their parents, Mr and
have .
from state in the union '
men every Mrs. Dona.Duke- and daughter,
affords. Arch Dobbs.
visited Florida and countless others will the opportunity Gail of Lake Butler are visitingMr.
after a six weeks' visit with relatives -
thy, and Mrs. J. W. Horne were
aboutIn
they will be riding I and Mrs. C. N.
Another thing, I Roberts. ,
follow them. and friends In Virginia, shopping in Golnesvllle Monday.Mr. If every man, woaii
Randolph'Hardee
Perhaps have heard many of these their own private planes'after the war Tennessee. Alabama and Georgia. and Mrs. Ed Durhan and Mrs. and' children Z child In the United gills
you much as we learned to travel about in automobiles William Green, U.S.N., spent family of Lawtey' spent Sunday Diane and 'Sonny, are visit t side $100 the sareftli,
in uniform speak in 'uncomplimentaryterms ing Mrs. Hardee's parents. Mr .
men the weekend at home. with Mr. Mrs. Marshall b sheet 113.000,000.001 oriameant
last It will be and.
following the war. and Mrs. Roy Roberts. the t
about this state. They gripe about 1reaasryralse
:Mr. and Mrs. Andy Wall spentthe Matchett. .
_
'a matter of hours for a trip to Flor= C. B. Lane, Mrs Clara Johnson 1! In Its Second Wulj
the sand, the heat, the mosquitoes, the na only past week-end at Webster. 'just to remind you ,that Hampton '
_. ._ _._._._._.
back and bringing

tives-just about everything is wrong to ida and they'll be coming' Shirley Dennison, who has been school! will begin Monday, ---- -'- -
others with them. Florida' is destinedto spending 'sometime In Wildwood August 2. FUNERAL
hear most of them tell it. Perhaps 'you DIRECTOR
with her aunt, Mrs. Emma Lame-
have resented- this attitude perhaps .you ,be more popular than ever after' the war, reaux, returned home Wednesday PINE.. LEVEL r My Many Yearn Experience Makes It'Possible for Me to ReoiM

: can count on',that. of last, .week-, < EFFICIENT, PROMPT and COURTEOUS SERVICE
are afraid they will spread that kind cf talk you By Mrs.'H.: M.i!McRa*''
with the service ,men, Mln4 Mrs.,Vies Halek were .. MODERATE PRICESDeWITT -
wherever they go, 'to the detriment of Get, acquainted
be shopping in Gainesville Monday. The revival meeting at Pine C. JONES
going to
kindly for they are
Florida. treat them : June'Johnson has returned to Level will close next Sunday with Starke,..F1orldat -

Calm your fears. Their' reaction is our future customers prospective citizens Jacksonville after .a visit with dinner on the grounds. Baptism .! -..... .. .... -" ... .. _._ _ __
normal when to relatives, Sunday afternoon at Crosby Lake.
natural and you stop con .
,.. Lucille Green spent the past Everybody invited to the all-day
week-end in 'lJack onvllle.I service.Mr. .
H. D. May. Mrs. Dave Swindle spent. today and( Mrs. T. N, Normanand Prompt Service Careful Driver)
: :i. UNCLEJOE'S Misses\ Willie May and Norma I in Palatka. little son Gerald of Gum .
the week-end
Lee Gordon spent i Buster Green, who Is In the Branch were dinner guests of Mr.
with their grand-mother Mrs : Merchant Marines Is home at and Mrs. H. M. McRae Wednes
; S. R. Swindell, present.Mr. Starke Taxi ''Servic

Pvt. Frank Kelsay, of Camp and Sirs Orle Wiggins and day.Rev.. and Mrs. W* E, Hall and

I A W Blandlng1:spent the weekend at family spent Sunday with Mr Rev and Mrs George Hodge and
1..1 his home here. and Mrs. H. B. Wiggins. children of Jacksonville were din Phone 150

Mr!!. W. H, Hall and childrenleft Mr. and Mrs Able Cohen and ner guests of Mr. and Mrs. David

I, By.J. L. IIARREU Saturday for Plant City son. Merle of Starke were guests Kelly Thursday evening.
_: ..J where they will visit Mrs. Hall's of her parents, Mrs. Wesley An MRS| Blanche Warren of Worthington Day Nigl

parents. Mr. and Mrs. Joe drews.Mrs. Springs Is"spending! this,
The Telegraph takes credit for forced by the old chief (Bella'i Padgett. O. D. Day Mr. M. L..I week with Miss Mamie Stephens.:
.. .. ..
discovering a new "literary light" daddy) to marry her or burn.ai 'Mr. amt'Mrs. Roberts were vl8- Watterson and daughter Mrs. Eunice Box and little I -

that has been glowing all these the stake. Itlng in Keystone Friday after-
years, practically unrecognized, In "In 1901 Bella said she was noon. ,

the neighboring townof Lawtey. over 400 years old, but looked to Pvt. and Mrs. R. Dampier and Have a "Coke"= Dinkum Cobber
It seems that J. I* Harrell-or be 33 or 40, and claimed she was with
son, Billie, spent Sunday
"Uncle Joe" he Is affectionately -
as the only living person who drank Mrs. Dampler's parents, Mr. and .
known In his old haunts around from the Fountain of Youth. '
Mrs. J. J,, Ziegler. (HOWDY, PAl)
the Lawtey shipping platformhas -
"However, If I should tell that _
been pecking at his antiquated story, and' a grown-up read It,, Hamptoii
typewriter' for years but no I'd advise him to keep the saltshaker Happenings
one seems to pay much attention. handy, for when Bella By: Barbara florae

Uncle Joe did It mainly for his told her story I was' jug-full of LADIES COUNCIL MEETS
own amusement, as a means of ,
flglum. an Indian drink that'c The Ladles, of the Christian
passing away the long dull months almost as powerful as TNT. church met at the home of Mrs. ,

between strawberry seasons. "The most amusing part of bet Wilson May Wednesday, July 21.
.In recent letters to the,, Telegraph 'story was that she thought-or Ten members were present. The
: Uncle Joe exhibited such claimed to think, that I was' her topic of the month is "The Christian
a down-to-earttc "hog 11-I\' hominy"pbllo80phy' -list husband. Jack IngramO'Nol& Accepts Responsibility."
that we wrote him. reincarnated and In the After the program a social hour
asking If he would let u* have. flesh. The truth la that I was was enjoy d. Mrs. May assisted
an occasional article on any sub under thirty and married ali by Mrs. Gordan Wadswo/th served

ject. that might at the moment though my strike his fancy. This wee/,n his visiting ,her 'kin-folk, up in meeting will be at the home of
'reply: Georgia., Nuff said." Mrs. George Rhame Jr. II f1'2
"I'd be glad to accept your Invitation
'
e If'I; was certain that no With that 'f r-a starter and SURPRISE PARTY ... .
one over 12 years of age would hints of interesting stories to Mr. and Mrs.. J. P. Wadsworth

read It. '''I'm such a big' story.. come, we are looking forward to entertained with a surprise party oil f ll nl
teller (or _liar) that. no ,one ex- Uncle Joe's "occasional contribution I Monday night honoring ." Mrs. l
cept !little children will believe ," which we' hope will turn Marjorie Wadsworth on the occasion -
me' even when I. tell 'em the out to be a more or less regular of. the latter', birthday.
'
truth I feature) of the Telegraph.THERESSA.
t "When I began working at Those enjoying the evening'with 'I 1I
Camp Standing I gave Oscar An- :Mrs. Wadsworth ,were her hus- 1

dreu's name aa a, reference. I By Mia Ida Hagaa band. Gordon; Jr., Mr. and Mrs
don't know what. he ,said about Wilson May, Mrs. James L. Huff
me, but I, know that 'soon afterwards MI' Mildred Burke left Friday of Hampton and Mr. and Mrs. "Coke". Coca-Co a'it'

I was ordered' to go to the for Chicago nl., where she ,will Sam Anderson and Mrs. Martha natural for popular names roN
1 Station Hospital to take some join bel'' usband and they will Johnston of Starke. ab6reviadona.111r '*
shots. I found out afterwards visit Mrs. T. A. Clark and Mr. acquire friendly *
; and Mrs.Ted Kepley spent "C it|*,
Sgt. ( eJW
n that they'were tryingto cure me Norman. She will be joined .com Ocala and Silver why you hear Coca-Col
of telling lies. However theymust back hlm_ Sunday at CMsfll/sM .,
ing by.
? .. .; ; m ammmffmmmmmut Bm i&SJ BM &= 4F*
have backfired, for I'm I Springs. .,H ?
cOcoa
of
2-c .
Earl Geiger, Seaman Mr..and Mrs. Onard Parker left

worse could say now, that than they ever backfired before. on I cently'Beach visiting, spent,his several mother.days Mrs.re they Saturday will both for Flint be engaged, Mich.,, in where defense .. ,. or *bow*Americans make friend$*jn New Zealand j r

', Truby, too; but he's one of 'my J. P. Dickinson. work.

best tell the friends truth and on him I don't when'lIke a lie to Mrs N: D. Walnwr!gut. Jr. Mr., and Mrs. C. H,Harper have "You're a dinkom cobber", says the New Zealander when he wants to call yon oca
who la employed by the Southern j returned after a two month visit
would"If sound run much short better.of newt and Bell Telephone Co., spent several In Mississippi paL The American soldier says it another w 1. Hv a"Cofr; says he, and In

you day ths! week with her father, Mrs. C. I* May and children. words he has made friend.It's
paid-for ads and have a column three .a a phrase that.a1s.?Welcome: ,
D. J. Phillips. Dicky and Sylvia and Mr. and neighbor"from
for the little folk, that grown-ups y
of Cocoa Mrs. Sweeney and daughters. Norma Auckland to Albuquerque. 'Round the
will not read. I wouldn't mind George Packbam globe Coca-Cola stands for tin -
telling them about BelU White- Beach spent several days recently Joan and Connie, returned o _
horse's. story of the Fountain of with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.' Sunday after a week's stay at p uut that rrfrwbet-bas become the high-sign between klndIl'D1. 1ded people. '

Youth. Heilbronn Springs Per- W. W Packham. Jacksonville Beach. ,-the obal
r
duetorn KIngsley Lake and Mrs W. A. Hagan returned Nell and Earl Meyers spent tea somio UNDiivAUTHOmV or TNt COCA.COIA COMPANY IT '

Bella's first husband Jack In- to Her home In Jacksonville Satur days at Camp Bethlehem near STARKE COCA-COLA h g n
with her Bonifay attending a Methodist BOTTLING COMPANY
gram O'No, who came over from day' after a visit her
Ireland with Ponce de Leon, was sister-in-law. Miss Ida: ,Hagan, bible school.
captured by the redskins and and other relatives. ,Mr and Mrs ,e ..Mrs.:,' J.;: T. Guy has returned )1/43neCC1'1I':1. <


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tiJ301943 BRADFORD COUNTY) TRLFAnt"PH.TAR10:i Ft Ultl.,"". PAGE TIIRERIRM


\ NEWS SECTION tlghtfleas may be removed by and out, and rub their hands over: -. every two weeks from June household spray will kill ticks Mrs. Frank Bryant Saturday i

rubbing vaseline on them. them to locate ticks. Handpicking through September will prevent Ii Ii that get in the home if applied night

Ticks that Infest poultry may is about the'only way to rid damage by the Gulf Coast tick. along the base boards at base Miss I/ola Tyler spent Sunday
of door facings.. aId! other such
Hints For The be controlled with a thorough application dogs and other pets of these Control of the brown dog tick with Mr. and Mrs. Albert Brown.
places
u II ous hod.. of carboilneum to cracks pests. If a tick is hard to remove Includes burning or treating old. I Mr. and Mrs. Edward Smith of

nntonsensei and crevices about the poultry:II smearing pine tar oil on It will papers, clothing or boxes In the PLEASANT HOPE Starke' were guests of her par-
tItGR\ZISG-GA1\IE: PEACHES AND FIGS house and, particularly around' kill the pest.Application. infested area wltla chemical aim. W. A. Tyler Cor. enti, :Mr, and Mrs. Charlie Davis, II I I
the roosts and nests. i I of a lion i and the bear are aboutdown Peaches .are not aa plentiful as Owners of pets should examine of commercial pine tar oil and I or 60 percent kerosene emulsion Mr and Mrs J, M. Griffls of I I Airs. Ancil Brown spent Sun- I

together. After years they were last year, but folks the ears of their animals, inside !I cottonseed oil to ears of cattle 1 (four applications) A good Lawtey were, visiting Mr and day In Gainesville. j

'eal' of almost uninterrupted who have orchards; or a few bearIng I I. -- W;; 1
f.7 between cattlemen and trees will want to can some

Tr a pl'Ograntqt. timber.Lggwne for winter; ao, first/ we offer a l

has been .developed recipe. fop canning peaches. .

!I, finding ready acceptance Select firm, ripe fruit. Beforeprepaimg
I, both timber men and cat,
make
It a medium syrup

OufJTheir r, profitable plan. ((1 cup sugar to 2 cupa waterallowing ) !

pounded uy Florida's exten- .1 cup of syrup for each : ._ ".'-
f foreater, L. T Nieland the quart Jar It the almond flavor i ik
attracted considerablelilon is desired, a few cracked pits may !
baa bq. boiled In the Pare .
In a number of other ayrup. halve
|wn states with land ;.areas and drop in boiling syrup long i )
to those In Florida. Mr. enough to render pliable for east : ,
Ltd II' says the plan' will mLi er packing, about two minutes.
of either large 'or small Pack;, overlapping the halves In...
hot, sterile jais. Add hot syrup c
whether their principal
,
| "
rgea ese i Is either cattle or,timber a. Jar -la being filled. Seal and a s- : -5-,

I'' and cattle complementother place immediately In hot water r
\lather than clash. bath. Keep the jars covered at
least one Inch with boiling water
le simple In'out-
Is quite
plan Process quarts'22 minutes at boll- ,
lind shOuld have been prolong ing.. .When cold, store in cool
The land owner e41y.
:
ld d ago.
dark, well ventilated pantry -
L. seeds to Improved pastures
,. those swales and other Fig Spread
of land best adapted to Use broken figs and very ripe y.
e. He leaves in' treespr stock. Wash, drain, clip off

10 i trees, the land best suited stems' and run through roaise
''Imber, And by deepening food grinder. Place in heavy
tile pond here and there, org aluminum kettle and cook until
', a small pond where con- thickened. Then add 1-2 to 3-4
water measure of sugar to one measureof
it( he assuies a sup- ,
r for his animals and some fig pulp or use half cane sugar cP'i -
I/from his pond. Wild .game and half dextrose (corn ,sugar -
1 raise naturally under these ); or a' mild flavored honey, .v.NpR t.4
I'ictorjr conditions. like gall-berry or tupelo, may be,
substituted for half the
that'thIf cane sup
Nieland suggests '
gar. Cook to 221 degrees Fahrenheit
be given tire protectionthe
or until desired, thick-
Improved 'pasture
ness. Pack In hot jars, seal and
'1'i are getting started. But.
process, by 5 minutes l 4r .
boiling : ate et.C
? elves, of pasture?strips as o., : : S
:!hlll makes a most wholesome f
effective firebreaks; pro- ,, "spread" for lunches, alone or In IPC, f M 1 !
ig the timbered "Islands" ltd< ip"p) t.y Aar;
f than plowed fire lines or> combination with chopped pea-
|uher method possibly can. At nuts or pecans. It may also be !1 ,
same time the timber will used for cake fillings, ice cream nz Ca % yt r {0 vK x, g 1+ "E ; R fkt

Ide protection at times., tot and sherbet. Very ripe figs may ). tauN' 1
be precooked in open kettle, with-
e ,
out sugar; packed solid Jn jars rJ'
i Important point In the'plaii and, sterilized for use in baking, L5M
o harvest annually_\,-only as : ice'cream, or for making into a
i Umber or game as can .bed I spread. af a later time.Fig ,
annually, and .to graze::
Jam
grasslands to their optimum
Select wash and
very ripe figs
city. ;Mr. Nieland says, the
I ponds can be fertilized and dralh stem, remove peel if blem- >n. iJ ,
ished, and mash, or put through
I nearly always produce more
toad chopper. Measure, cook
I! per acre than win grazing
thick. For every quart of the,
J or even many cultivated
s. The cattleman can get fig pulp add 1 pint sugar and 1 ,
|it j for timber and hunting tuolespoon lemon or lime juice
|Hiking rights,'and the timber tsar frequently from bottom to
prevent scorching and cook to the
,
can obtain cash. for his
,e, proper consistency. Pour into hot
and Mal at once.
"aka and rib-roasts Y :
supple A few pieces of thick cinnamon
lll 'luga and ar
pulpwood. give a nice flavor to fig products.
:

ke The Most', How ,To Control f

Luscious Figs, Fleas And Ticks

usewives Told .
Effective control methods for r
gJ/ one of Florida's moat :deJj fleas and ticks are outlined for r
\ fruits, are now coming Florida farmers and others by Dr.
beating, and Isabella S. Homer Hlxson, entomologist with :
Iby, Extension food. ,'econo.. the University of Florida College .
18 l urging folks' :to :"make of ;Agriculture. i

081 tot them"' during the.,tiext Control..measures for fleas; he
weeks, explained, are based on their

or fresh use or for canning breeding habits. Fleas breed'under '- < ...... > ."..- .,, ,b, !
are hard to'beat". Miss i litter, rugs,'or rubbish In and .WI\-.1iIII'Ct\ ; .., TRY THIS FOR SIZE. ,. r."t ..' ," ,
)
-
...... .
by Mid .f..tt
"They"have, a-;de- : around sleeping quarters and ,, ; I
I flavor, they contain sugar; ; ether resting places of animals on .. 1 .. i f
UJII and Iron, and they have which they feed. Breeding places .. ,

.althy ten,."regulatory effect :'on, for living fleas room may of a range home to from the dog the enough, this 'type of collar fits 'all and silent, their arms by their sides, their heads !yourselves what to do,.and do it. Unless we realize

;>are most sat: factory when house. An infestation In the home ODDLY of people..Czechs and Poles, slightly askew as if they did nQt completely that each one of us u the country I

!*bcw ripe-little thoroughly or jio '"ImproVe-ripe, as may pray be and removed cleaning with up a household all floor Frenchmen and Norwegians,. Russians aniL.:.... comprehend what had happened. It's not .minute too soon to get the picture

In flavor after;, picking, as space immediately afterward. A Greeks. We T have escaped it..so far. So far, these straight..not a minute! ,too soon to pitch in and ) ,

QJl\e y pe.-8he fruIts that explained! are picked: "In space thorough, rugs cleaning and mats of at all weekly floor It fits women as well as men, the old as snugly" hangings have happened only to far-away peo help (urn the tide..not a minute too soon to' do JI

be.h favorable! of| the'eeaaoacand'WI-, intervals will prevent re-Infesta- as the, young, the strong as firmly as the weak. pIe. Have you ever seriously thought that everything humanly possible, now; to save our

weather,,conditions tlons when dogs are around.In for people someday niight be the mute subject for such necks.
ripen rapidly and daily plckII the garage anu other breed- It is designed especially conquered you ,

alma aecM8ryIn act' there Ing places where there is no objection ...and reserved for those among the conquered photographs? *
days when they:should to odor and ataln, one application e _
!died. twjcta the morning of creosote will clean who dare to stick their necks out. Who presume You can be... -

rght eveningto get them at Just, Up an Infestatiou. Application of they have the right to read or circulate forbidThe.,, country that we expect to fight::; this war '

.uggested stage of)using maturity.them "fresh under old'I crank buildings case'wni oil to kill soil fleas In'and or den newspapers and magazines, to listen to for. for us, the country we assume is invincible, the This. -' Ad. Sponsoredbidden

a little sugar and cream, prevent further breeding for a bidden radio programs. Who get themselves accountry we look upon millions of "other people"

and served wit* whipped considerable time. evidence..of .that lose this war. The FollowingStarke
can
little
how country
sad ("' cused..on matter
Ppetl nuts,Jn shor Dogs should be washed, with no .
"PUddlngll and and cake ,ful.. flea soap bathed In a, one-tenth spying or'interfering or getting in the way. Can lose it, unless you..and unless we who. MerchantsNow

Of Preserves Canning' them 'flu the I percent pyrethrum or rotenone in the and magazines we so "sign this advertisement..look: upon it as our f 1
jams and sweetrehould bath t or dusted with a fresh insecticide newspapers ?"
I is '!' individual responsibility. Unless we dq not wait
powder. It powder freely read, we see pictures of strange people... '

ent 'bruising be carefully: and 'mashing'picked I'used,.'should all fleas be that burned.drop from Stick-animal foreign people..hanging from such nooses.Still *<> be told what to do, but,go out and find out,.Jor

.hoWd be placed 10 'the Ice J
illtmedfately after : ....JACOBS'' GOODS STORE SCHLITZ & OLD MILWAUKEE
Are picking' it :\:0: IA FRANK'S FINE FOODS :: DRY c
not to be used '*tthe 1 iC& ", '
She : 1."; BEER
mentioned follow=
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s COuple of ways the ta whIch \-.r: IN 7o YS"T. BARKSDALE'S STORE : CARL JOHNS j K,"'., -. -
lII.y be served '! : ,.:'nc.S }
fresh:I Family'w
PI h and lightly peel four cups '"'- te666 "We Clothe The DENMARK FifRNITUR>*:;CD.. '" VETERANS'LOtrN' }

bait nil and cut them In 'half H A E KIN S .* : : ER CLUB
a cup of Juice Malarial j' CANOVA PHARMACY, '
table, orange roe Symptom. .. > KIngsfey'takV
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pooDS of lime juice' oJ ;
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ROSENBERG& SON .
POur ChIll this for mixture an hourbefore over,'the SAM' : ;, J. ,H. COURTMANCH-Jeweler; ..' ;; ; :.L: ,E:,E' L'.A 's .t.;

a JEWELRY & ARMyt.: : I AND BEAUTYSALONTORY ?
ROGER'S ;" ;
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thee h.
4 halved three cups of lightly STORE< ICG. 'r a-7W. !'_ INN

II cups ripe flgione- and 't: .:'' Agent for: Standard Oil ; '
ct fresh e1ed' and ,' ; .
ELECTRIC SHOE SHOP STORESCARPENTER'S
THE
Peaches, two tablespoons of ,I. t.:1"P. S. :
juice t f. MARKET .
ad Park Theatre GUY'S
three tablespoonsn Across From ;, ;

n I;, Chili for an hour before Dr.I Max Shane HOUSTON'S SERVICE, 'STATION BEN SUSLOW'SARM.Y. STORE DRUG'STORE

and chop four cups bf ripe Optometrist ,. ,. STARKE BEAUTY SHOP ".
and
SUPPLY "" .
' -put through strainer: EASTERN AUTO, THE BOWLDROME- (>
\ ot a puppfauin4 THE GUIDON GRILL .;i+,1
one cup at water for five 'ilf,your .y.* bother you ktno JERRY'S PLACE 'BLANDIN-C'TAILORS'
CoOl, add them and t fit you
figs and four L examine GARAGE
"Drone on. o- of 'lime juice, tour irfUi glasses If you need the..... JORDAN'S BAR 129 E. Call Street Standing: Center TEMPLE: -. .
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tWO I of pineapple' :juice j 30 y'ears.xp ri net..HoIIdsy SUPPLIES BOWLING .ALLEY CAFE j
using Unbeate1\ egg ;whlte.. W Sund.yi by appointment.TLIeNON BARNEY'S DRINK ;STAND VICTORY''MILITARY' l.. f'iI
Fast Ice eIght partake" and" ., [ 8457.! 'l' \ ., t!. t1j

cream. salt... I A> Xrr-rvwi Locomrtivf; Company aniJ'J reprinted with its permistion)
IlUpplJeow 'to..I *QI T-mp'eTheatre. Buildmt (Thlt advertisement vxu prepared and published originatt' : ,
of an.dads
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PAGE the cordlkl ll -rpute,RQ'lier St. ;.roiini; Rivet cabin 1 ve ftf.a by Bunyan: Urquhart
New' York expecting
CLUBS Farewell Tea takes place nee)" Palatka>> for 'a rest'and a tit Charlie Parker ', The sail

I LK. SOCIETY and ; For Bryan Family when'glad-hand Callstreeters thaj usually me e t away -flshlag Understand Merry!,.the. ;evening .was. ''alveIL reef Out of

.- ..-- from home Devastating sign Beth Knight spent .the weekendat I Bobby Turner. who seemed to bJ
------- be
Honoring Dr. and Mr. -A.. R. over the Ice. cream counter in the; State Farm; leaving her stag, and malting the most

Dukes-Crews Luncheon HostessesMrs. Ladies AuxiliaryMet Bryant and their daughter,', Mia Blandlng's Service Club No. It;, tonsil behind, behind her .for'a. LU same. After crowd the ball was over of thl It,

Helen Bryan who will, return "Eye .Scream J5c-WI$ goo or Sternberg departs soon adjourned to t

Curtis Duke, son of. Mr. and W. B. Mundy Jr.,, and TuesdayThe soon to their home in Salent, puce 20c-Wit nut -or fruits :month's .yacat n in point north Blue Tavern to weep Into their the

Mrs. W M. Dukes, of Brooker, Mrs Guy H. Sale entertained''at Ladies Auxiliary of the N. J., the ladles -ofthe; Episcopaland 2 bits-De wolka-25c" including New' York City .vowslied. hambufg.ra over Bunyan' 111I.
Tillman Hutto mlnent return
to his
daughter Gainesville Church met Tues ,PrcsbyterUn AnxUlarles were Hear Sgt. old ,
And Mlm Madeline Crews Grill In Presbyterian .tampllII
the Primrose stripe he of
grovirid
up' Wiliuton .
hostesses at a delightfully Inform- : give every Tbl4
the
of Mr. and Mrs. K. T. Crew In honorOf day'evening at 8 o'clock at lad',
of Starke, were quietly married last Friday at 1 o'clock home'of Mr. and Mrs, T. N. Ken:;, aJ,tea;:iMonday afternoon from five Tip;; to :'the. eail_yrdi Watch possesses ,for a glimpse of .thatrecent cheery countenance will eertalnJy
Miss Dorothy Ellen ChurchJBarwice I ,, Tlllman Jr. be missed along Call
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'nlvalj
Monday "hlstttrlnty 1 <,,)*'.nJ.ne them niece d until six o'clock at .the> the middle -Initial In the return ; Street but
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o'clock 'by Judge J. R. Townsend Steel"o('"thai'' "city; 'whose"'mssv fW Roses>''lffJlII'and.:';tltnniati' !K"Ti were: 'Uftu"j! Centot. Dr<.;and Mrs address on those letter from yoo I.' ...--, .hould: -ormuph ta brighten

In'' Lake Butter The bride rlage to H. Norman Walters, ensign In decorating for this meeting. Bryah have been? boat .at. ,the foreign correspondent .' : Might .!* 'Dropped by. the'_ Armory last aeveral the. Navy. when he goes Dauil"'
month
wore a?\ dress of. navy blue and I tj, Naval Air Corps, was the absence. of the president,, Center since luicompleunn a few be that' he's trying to' code your 'night'-and gUmpl -.'.among:others, from now ,, -
white, withwhtti. accesgqfMi.ff' fVentt. s. ? !".' Cieq ) la months ago. %" M ''it' Important message .;'-One 'at the Junior OX&uncan
of Saturda night era. K. I
an ihe"Srice1rPldent and
ferns large but
Shells t a gradate t>t sa\ot, '. *j JWilliam tbe clals of 193/f. and baa been Green tae short buelnewsessions potted palm, attractively arranged astonished to'find that each time Turner, slowly:; wearing way I .'sl.ayour.\ fPhUosophlcal).
for the ''past years anptra-' Harris: sided oVer It '. in;; the main lounge of t h'ebUIIPj"fot' she got 'a letter ''from a certain: their 18" 'shoe coupons ably 'IJ 1 10 -b' "* At'this time 'W&If.de; I Carolyn
1"c1' background -
r Alt
) SaVOaiT '' Wacr- dlf. I o'L
Initial
tor at Leila'tWt ; and Mrs. Lx;. clad : malt l some 'hPatrf' party; the middle "
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h Congressman af4Flr|. ,,. ,
; Mr. Dukes been withVhe announce the the m ire. (rs. V.. S'mohn;:;: ',. .A refree .- ferent, '. After" several weeksof ,ut.nr.e. .' C' ,.'
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Green birth afternoon .
Taxi for Qhe Wart !' ) of'jasor&.J.Vllllam I 'contmltt this she suddenly realized that 1 'It . ..
Starke Service chalrm of.J ie -
two years, and Slor to JBtafe&me Harrla Green, ttfi tee, wilt v- hU worn chrg. '..and calca, wb were-Included.; serve he was spelling out, lettef by: let 'Ill! tMj Hairt'd'' nit ".IlR -
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In AlaCliSaCounty : ", ; "
wa for six year aa $ant ma- Friday: July 23 the ted}! tif&de- teivthe name of the town wherehe -
Davis
Mr BM. I.the
members ,
- with the .Fjorjda Grape- Hospital Gainesville. to '4 was stationed military secret ; IVE'.,:ARE;: CbNSTAfYT1Y:
votlon her theme "SerVAV1t'1Itrtptur'- of thevarQ
using as
fruit Canning Co., a.Tl1r de tah.: This la their third chlld,..the other AWIII ariese ItlInlatera\ i Julian Peek (Jr.), now .
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They have rodms at the homes two being Robert Alexia II,. aged "vlcer"prayer; imr and, song were all related -, Of' as the local Starke churches usa and Unit officials In Sicily, 'writes home' folks that SEARCHING; THE i MAItKETSw
5 and Sandra Lucile-'aged three. he'll send 'em "picture when he
s Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Redgrave. i to '"Service.. -.. .
Berlin '. Don't get the
gets to < "FOR'MERCHA'NDTSEMJII'1jI'II
.Mrs. drono gave the last partof
11111L. I1JttlJIlImflhlILrIJ1flrflrT1lrflfllrttfl1rr'flflflflfl1Il 1T1r'r'n L.L. B. Club .casualties: occuron .
Idea that all .
the review of "On This Foun- ,, ; ... -- -1I''"
the fighting fronts Glimpsed ,
dation" by Rywlck. Is Organized %
S. R. Johns;;(Jr.) in town Sunday U

Following the' devotion Mrs. Thet.. ,i.. B...:Club under the proudly exhibiting an already- We. ,Received, Th $i4:
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the ? .. .
1 Jeannette ;Young ,..conducted .AJb i.mttLmrrij .
R LASFVartlme Quia. ,' : aU* C81\\<'cf) theCJW.C: :,. C..S.,. waS mended broken nose received from ia. > ,;i....... >"**

V. TO MAKETHINGS h + Bible organized .last.: Tuesday.; at 'q&(, a 'wayward 'cabl: Hn a JaxvlUe : :Also..Have Enroute// < i r ,
pr Mr. Brown f U*e' new hostess i- .p
N.ijp: ,CS.\ ., building on Tempi* .shipyard.: i .
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copal .
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at the Epl s *Presbyterian -
Avenue ,. ,.- ', ff' '
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Church Center was a guest at The following;, officer were 1110;*> ', Fishing ReelsW '-' )' .
little bird whd ceralnly ? .
this meeting That busy '" '
eleqt d at the meeting: i &
a.
1: At the conclusion oy the meet- Middletpn. get* ground these days."jus'!" ... a '
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conservation la a r jf Ing, Mr. Kendrick served her Pj-esldent-rMarJorfe..\. / Sue flew; !i overhead chirping out the .. .. ')I ,.,. ..,.terJugsraraJ. ; )( +"" .
common sense measure '\ r ; 'a guests delicious Ice box cake. .rumor that attractive brunette i/" r *"" i> '. At
13ce-P.regUent-.Henry Managua, naves3I'
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Thatmansmakingthing e Huntmg
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Vivian !McCord one of thepop; ,
last as lone as po us help you protect your Burns. '. ::"kh"
I recently became one half. .of *l& ...t ':.J .9CKet JveSJ., ...
possessions with. Low T:reaaurer-.Jeag j Burn*. i -: .,,,,,KtO' ,1 "1 .
.Brothers PI.s;-tbenlv x; .idU-: Interest uto frlends, In Starke Other-members of;the .club'; Include military merger.1'h.; lucky ;Qtt"ti : ?
.al finish for every beau tlfy! J.I the marriage of Miss: Dorothy : .,,Joan' Carpenter Marlon gent; emaQv ts loa handeome.;.StatfSgt. ( ;. ,Ji'1ibfif",1., ) "' Il
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New ;
from
4.Inaodprotectl..purpose./: Ellen: Steele and Norman Walter, Brown,, ,Bobble ''Turner. .Charles. --J O. JWllliam, : < '
4. York Clty i..a ceo riling to my ..; ) YO'dlEfh El\IS..TIfAT'
ensign, U.S. Naval- Air Corp, :Mooney, and -.Turner// 11tal
\: IouieBroMers.) Caav to apply,quick to dry.A which took place Saturday nightat : ; feathered rfirtend .- Change ,of t t wAy'I l,''''V a.l"SCraln'TYttpIMY! : r.r: .
tough beauty gloaa finiah First Luncheon Scenes Louise Cain (Mrs. E. F.} b -t y..f. f'oJ '\!
8 o'clock In the Baptist For Tubb }
that resists. wear and The bride ( from Chester;' Pa.,, to Key West, r' b
Gainesville.
PL AXHIE (Church of ;. V lindorir"at'Aas J lerka'--
aJbua See'Qur :
; O. Jones from
Fla. r Lt. Ik ..
Is a daughter. 'ot Mrs.: Thomas 'The'local USO-YMCAi staff a -I' .J. ... ...
UNIVERSAL FINISH .PCM 70c Allen ,Steel! and the late Mr. ', nenaber... we r entertained. at Fort!) Benning, ''Ca: to'93rd, Inf.; ..,. 1/1'L/ f, .1 \ .'f,.":":' j l1j.! ,t' ; 'I.J ,
: PINT Gainesville and Is a' Camp Young Calif. r.- i" MargieBeckman ,
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Steele of '
FOR '*U ENAMEUNG, !. luncheon iThursdny/-'July: ,23 (Sou. Bell) tells' me \ r..1..! : ".. ."" 9, / I )) :"
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niece of Mr. and Mr J. B. Sapp ( .J. i"
-"" In "honor of M.d, Mri Paul "f' +
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rf Starke. She ha been a frequent that: Dempsey gapp'a address 1* ::; \... .; drt -i ii
You IJave dirg
HJ3 .Tuhbvt 4)MX4 Tvbb'had:..been Radio -Service School, Barracks #); ,I1 t
visitor here. men's. director at the ,
pregranv .
112' ,Upper,- U. S. N. T.uS..Baln-
Mrs. Guy H. Sale of Starke. USO-YMCA since December. It $ ( Among Your "t\
brIdge Md. ., HearMajor T. i -
l ; LoW& / ers. rotislnQf the bride, was one of with a.gred;-4eal. of reluctance EC. McClane; Is r now battalion i t,e'1,, J r .;.. 9ji.y.1
her; attendants' and\ little fClalr thgt; the staff sees Mr. Tubb leave t $ i -AslcFor ,
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HIGH STANDARD :ommandetf of the906th and ad- :t .. > : ;;
EiltiEl ; Jean ruDdy was flower'girl. Guy i for his new position director '
Fi.o v ; ress Is: Hq. 906th )'. A. Bn., \ A" : .:
H. Sale. Was-'AnMisher, .!! -,'., : of,;Montgomery- ,: Ala., unit ? OurSorehead-Saive': : "
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4.PO '
I ".. 'BOUSE. PfINTSavemoney. 81. care .Postmaster, Los' "Y\i.' ;
.; .'1'.... eM nq-Iastinq, .'. % Mrs. W.' B. Mund r, Jr.,. .'of3larke I "'I Angeles, Calif.4 T ,, % .\ ; ,ill., ., ,
I > -: to apply to interior Cover another cousin Of the I )Jfpint WSCS. Meeting of S '" ': 1 +:
mOM 3 ; ,.1 1 1j9 z. )aii25cffj:'
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", 'OooVa *t wood I oUaiy Bride, assisted in serving at the /;: : : "

or concrete. square fee $3.25: reception given at the v Steele res- (Circles One arid 'Two of the 3 J ....1./ .; r .. .
Marie Thomas'write! that she #
., Withstands, $:V JaVle I ,per gallon., rerGaL dence immediately following; the Methodist W. S. 'C': S. will hold has \ Fully Guaranteed or Did y'tlefunded
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hard ...- 1' lJW8eda..uGal.. Can | afternoon ; accepted temporary po.ltlon .r ,
\\c n* lastly. and evenlvBUY .< reception. arjolnt meeting Mohday In Hattiesburg, Miss., and ,, "
attending o'clock at the home of Mrs.
Others from Starke att4 '
that Lt.- Vic la
now somewhere In
he wedding were Mrs. J. B. Sapp T, J. Griffin. Hostesses will be

!) <: WAR BONOS I I AND STAMPS Vtr, and Mnr. Carl Sapp and Mrs. Griffin Mr. I. P., Shepherdand India' v... Hear' EverettMCKInneyas'transferred to the Air'' Corps :Koch Drug ;Store .

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Mrs. Carrie Ritch.
k _7harleeand__I John Sapp.- Glimpsed stiver-tressed Nurse r i ; '

n nn Margaret Hoxsey (now a Madl- '-I ...
liy ontte) ''in town Wednesday. :' en- ,

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FEED & ,IF'CarolynCallstreetCertainly l l :, ; ,- '-''Ir '.., ........,. ..... ....r. ... -, a .,......J..... j..

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Starke; Fla. n
r seems tta If'thla"'week :should see that yellow mustache JUST" I.; "II':

has beets open season for rampant >*e'a aportlng. I haven't heard RECEIVEDr: : ..., ., :.AI...:.,'' ,
tumors I' Cfallstreeters< feel air',;: Iroan- -Buck'Crawford In. about _

mOlt a& !if they've been victimized I month; and I was just wondering .
by .a well-planned '"war of i if he was with the 82nd Glider '
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n r.v'ea"' ; t No one knowsJust Division' '-that. went:In to' Sicily:, It ..' 'LARGE SHIPMENT .:{. .: .. r:':; i: ,'-

where or' how It'.started, but seems that our boys are all over .. o! '.". "
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t''Y'-1t any missed. hearing the the ,world, and doing'all :.Tight by .i: : 4' : 8! t ';, c,
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r tZport"f' w'pth! Jtreet( Uji tb m..lve.i'too", Iw-jr ': "OF j;,LADIES SWEATERS ; rr: -" \0 "t
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Udflve.etoth:! pffee .; rl f. &%# ?*'- ( .. ." .. ; <

.. ijalnlng':...:wlllcase k r at_,Blending! ... Hear tnai'EnoM Hayes'had quite,, >. ,.\,.., """ ". ; i _

...... .... "- '("I h ,firs the snare'caml',iWiH' Wderoted a time getting back v to Parr 1Is- I', .,.J. .; ,. I \ +:',

(ovtnammot\! boaplta xfor'etorntj iaad'after his) recent::turjpugb vi tfieem -. ,,' .
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'Sunday N on l ay' and Tuesday : ; war ,f ront)pasuaiie.I and ..''hU- patents ,teofc: him to ,...t ,' .,. ..."..;- .., -4 J ', .

ppl"ifitrnm l .ntu eaiijp 'for- war Bland tog rwhe re ihe rfaught>k. ride. 'J ;'p '. ...r. ... .' I .'qFRESH _

.' v'*; (' 1, ,.* '*'; *.& pWidnera. ,_ !. ;', W ( :"f .. ., .It' cert nly niad*<'a' ,another+Onr J to ,theva:: c'vne/t r':! 1 ,
A 1.. 2 "._'a' :.. ? _" Ma,cned 'up !['. ; ,.' '"." .
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: :; ..... ilgned-'to.' give CaUjStreetetr.chattqcaaeof4ittera! ,' rf.: \va.'8:po.P.. Xfrt..trainauae -n space. : '.' Ii" "",, ".' ', .tl. ."' ),.. '..:.r"" .. .... "p..tft. .
andiitadtqvat, *
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/Ill't/qi' ;r: Far be It from me' to say taint the next DRf.3V:htcl 1eame,; along .. .. .;., '...".THE FACIORY -
: .4. at>, but if It's kin to 99 and W- at' 8 AttM. He arrived In 1 ,. .. .. ,
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'/ # 100 percent of other rumors about s. C.(.bQu,> A. VL.and.after an I 'I..r pL',. '11 07. : 4 .ti: T ..

.. .f, ---"' I the Camp lt'4 entirely"'off 'thebeam tbthe. long ;wait,waUj;; eugji ;a 1.'J i. .t.l',... I.TEsTyLE5
Sparkle' and that'sorto; r *) let aspawakiini .lride4etat; ,Camp on, a. k'1J' ). .. rr U .;: .. .7r
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thing with/ Cary rarfrrb'torapmone p,v; .. 7' : .-.1., :;. '. ',i' 11 .#,_
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'::... -..:-"'" oto idea :.1Uat 6.we'rev.tne-6nly_.ones : I i '
t' of the cutest packages he'eoe"jnfde /." InteitHtlngJetter this week from having traAaportatlonrdfflouKlea: ( .. #to, "" 'f :. ,. '.... a...,(, ..g. t..t. 0,1 ;- r
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", ()) 'fooe tot It's!' the 'lift + lot...Oooj-g, Manassa.now. purchasing Ala,.alack. '.mljted",.r.SetD1a! lathe as.if .... .: ,,....., .of b "
I'aot. Sieves ;:;
'- aid contracting; officer; for the : my up. ,
!iou'vi;been longfng' f orI.1 big Signal'Depot in, ''Atlanta" .*. last U u.'u > 'Twaa $, ,StJohn: .e .r.'" ...','. .,'.. ,,\ '/, J .
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a S.jWeldon.wh6. presented .' .L" .. ",
George 'low as how he's always an 1
r/ F't wanted a job where he could Mars Middle ton.with .t.ha.\-4.u'l s.. N.!, .,.. .", ... Ile "I; (' t 'her, a'j
I spend ali'the money tie;{Wanted able bow wow *. ,, ,...j3gta0rry.! ,. .; : ; l\ ,, ) ,, .
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to" and "now\I've! got it.b What pleas* .**. .>.. vCaU +cia.n.u ." ': 1'1'I." -:.:" : ': ..tr'. ,. S.f '

tunl" '; ., e..But h.; co"U1Iqe.: "' .0.1 .s'rrtes5 .n Js ..." ,,\.... yO 1.\ : t I ; ... /
be.; ., Street* Jsd*, Oanoya,,,re.plaad .;, : -'. .1 '" ,
:Don't think iil.; .beta: ;y,ry \ '. ,. t
much longer, 4,t ,.aeern..a ; if ,,A IsJglaoqpr! },',y newCB:: : 9Tjrdtatah0wintaaltWe4)h :. .. / ,.' ',. A'lL.:.. I'
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Washington hM flnany"decidedto : .t'>.. Judy ,. ,1 "
fit"officer i* aUlLjth: ei ogssppion hiu-biUy ) '
.Yt get all the physically --

Into fie field and It. loops. oncitre.a> aDd.appgaLp.natioaaUy, r....... -. :, COIJ' G 1 O"

eke they'restarting with thla ju.e'aaebe.A.etle; ",,.w .,doing:. 0 .. .. _.
depot first. *"l hear from' some of her:: atuff over t.the >JaokiMivila,| : t .6. ..

the '''old gang' occasionally.iBlll: + radio stations The only thing I .
some of her old friends (and rel- s I ;"T'1: Y
Stephens. )our old'coach: file Into I 'i. a1ilA. Ht.1.. 'J
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''Atlanta',.onela awhile ...and., we ftyfll.t.lr\ "e ptinjptvJatlyalq: \qtrtbere '
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BITS of LOCAL NEWS 'I Mlfes CucflvCrospyis employed reported- nice! time. were tr.an a a c tin. g business! In HKOWNLEE PROMOTED
as icretary in the office of the Mr. and Mrs Frank Normanand Monday '
Gainesville ofMlfton"Browntee
: son
resident engineer of the 'Jackson- Children, of Water Oak werevisiting Ponds'anil; Friend
ville firm that h1 d.gharge| .of the Mrs. Norman's parents' Mr. and' Mrs. L. P., of Mr. and I7 ftirs. J. M. Brownlee

_.L. B1EE3 ,apent several I I and.rr. 'and Mrs. S. R. Johns Jr., +'Dr. and Mrs. Bryant S. Carroll FWA construction work in Starke. Mr. and..Mrs.: W. L. Crosby Sunday children of WtlUo, spent part ot1 of' St arke, will be interested to
eon. of of
week In &<, Augustine Randy Jacksonville Jacksonville were guests Suntiay She Is filling the place vacatedby afternoon. I last week 'with Mrs. Pond's '
know that he hat'been
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promotedfrom
mother, Mrs. p. J. Crlf- spent Sunday visiting! relatives of Mrs. Carroll's mother, Mrs Mia Jacqueline Andrews be : Mr, and Mrs N.
er here. F." H. Long They Miss Doris Crosby spent the ents, J Kelly lat Lieutenant ,to the rankof ,
were accompanied cause of 111 health. '
R. A. Green and Mrs. L. H. Jennings seen{ Wed- home by their young After spending ten days in week-end in Gainesville with her I' sqll Mr. and :Mrs. C; C. Crosby. Captain. He I la now with the I '
sister, Mrs. E. T Kirby.
cressman Carolyn .oreen spent ,nesday In Gainesville visiting Mrs. daughter Connie, and Mrs. Richard Starke with his' parents Mr and Mrr. betty KirbY of Gainesville 2nd Bn., 18th Inf.. of. the famous
Mm sanford, where,'Con, R. H. Green and baby son'In the Thede who had spent the Mrs. W. .1.'Goodgq.'' Cpl. Gene Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Prescott la spending a few days here wither Fighting First Division, now playing ,

'I Green delivered: .Ad- .Alachua .County Hospital.Mrs. week-end .with Mrs. Long. Goodge returned QksG i Friday to .were guests, of Mrs Arle BrownSunday parents, Mr. and Mrs. O.: B.: an Important part In the invasion t

JT Townsend meeting. i ikMenry T. Frank Landl'um'and Mrs. H. JU SpeeD and daughter, ;Eider Field La, whor.ihe Is with of Sicily,
W. R. Halslop'and son, Fred, Crosby
chHdien are spending this week :Miss I -
lef Mon. Petty Speer, Mlsa" Carolyn the Army Air" Force.. I
Manassa -
\In '
to be 'W1tbV her Inverness with relatives. Green?; Buzzy and Lou Green spent )Mrs.) Paul -Kemp- bf Arcadia,
at Lakeland Lewrs.4h@' is'' ai, ? Mrs. Arthur Mana sa and : Tuesday, In Gainesville visiting was the weekend i'guest. of her .

er, )4rl. PauhBtem3 ,r.'S'H. ''daughter. Ann, left Monday for' a Mrs. R. A. Green in the Alachua Uncle: and aiintMri.' and Mrs '. 1 -u
.lstIivMra) i 'visit with' friends In Leesburg.; County Hospital. 1.oulslW. Koch. Mrs. Kemp also

Ritch andlMteVHes Mrs. Manassa returned Wednesday Volley :Manning has returned to visited 'relatives, In t Jacksonville

IJUldeD and chlMren' o J-J'cck" but Ann remained for aweek" his work In Jacksonville after> last. week ,

1M'were guests- Tuesday J of visit. pending several days at his home Miss Merry Winkler,> !Jacksonville Ii6uiEi1 l
Mrs
h.A.IRurQa3C.an.\ .SO.-Griff In, of.Gr tnaandhiit here_. because of illness.. Journal t and Bradford CountyTelegraph ;:
ylea9ten.of eon Joe Griffin of Jacksonville, R-; J. Gomes returned Sundayfromla paper '**# ," returned'

|Rev and Mrs.-.Chaa.lL ware guests,Thursday of.Kc..Gd- week's vacation spent with ..Saturday fromv'aU'wvll-dMierved'

spending a two weeks" fin's brother and sister-in-law, Mti: his Inother, Mrs R. V. Carroll, ,'two-weeks" v6atMn' wrthr her
are with their m.oUt&Pr 'JIIw,4lIen and later Mr,. .J. WhltWn' ? in aunt, Mrs. 'Kittle rHopperwtftdt. In
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1011 Sr., In !M s4 'l".mn" j :.,. D. P Fitzgerald, Ga., St. Petersburg. ,"' .

and Mrs. ; Carpenter spent Monday In Jack Mrs. F. C. Holllngsworth and' Miss' Dorothy'' Norrrtan+,,assistant .
61 .1/I'f4olVll\ sonville. < Mrs. ;James F. Hollingsworth were In the office: of: IheiClerk:

Ignl.' I in Jacksonville Tuesday and Wednesday the Circuit Court, returned to
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a.. where the former Is undergoing work this week after an absenceof 1 ,
I treatment at Riverside a' month. J.lost. of the time

Hospital. was pent at home nursing an infected rti' r

A H. O. Forsyth of 'Ft, Pierce,, arm, though she took timeout lOUR
: for the last eight years deputy to make a trip to Fort Myers.

sheriff of St. Lucia County, was She and Miss 'Ports'! Dyal .visited' STORE WILL BE CLOSED ALL DAY\, ,
MONtL'AItr' a Starke visitor Wednesday.. He the latter'a 'mother, 'Mrs.: Nona ,
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U 11D came to bring a prisoner to the Brown,'ford week; 'Miss Dial li :;.I li l SUNDAY'rDtRiNGVTil.l1'ONTH b j ;
State Farm. Mr. Forsyth, son a Southern Bell operator.. Miss i EACH \ 1 $. 11 ,
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of Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Forsyth,, Clailce Thomas daughter of the .. h y'w' r I I' ;c\/I: :. ';, I
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was born a mile south of Starke clerk, filled Miss Norman's place : \ /,,\; '
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Bunyan Urquhart, who has In her absence. AUGUST.
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feJA.Sr.X7C : been in Starke for the past ten ,,Mrs. Effle Johns ''will have'' asher .. .

,", ,a- "' ,4."':<'.w" ttt"r" .f' J'tI ? i months, working first with the guest this week her sister, "
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I Mrs. Carrie Smithof Webster. Ji
I Starke Coca-Cola Bottling Co.,, '
Here's" thereason.t .the,; and' recently at Camp Blanding, Cpl. William Long returned to WE WILL APPRECIATEOUR CUSTOMERS' : ,.",';

apois; Worrbidl. tt Iffeib' I left};) ,this week for hishome -IcWIlJlBton. Camp Swift, Texas Saturday h !4 n,7> '", tt* ,... 't; .1I-t"t 1 '
y5 I .. He plans to bp' latb after spending1 a 10dayfurlough 1r''
f 's'1k '
,the nvasioti shake. .''' .., NaVy Within'two or three months, with his mother; Mrs. F:H.' Long. ARRANGING THEIR.SHOPPING. : ACC'O''D',h\h ..- f'V., .
: <,>< A' H. had .' : *. 'J e I" Hf I'niY "u \ ".
'I the I t1mtXn't' ',:- Mrs.' S: A. Barefoot leTt today Col., and Mrs Vk Knight 1"4 ..- ,", : iJ.INGLY i
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for;her home ,Jn Lake City/aftei as their guesta' Fr i day Mrs A.>;:' > t '-o ": % i ,

ling. storyof, ': y a two weeks' visit withher 'son Knight's sisters, Mrs.' E. if. Dobarganea ': 1. 'If1't"

t.,. ,-; > t S ,- and( d a u I'hter-In-law, Mr.o: and of Jacksonville and Mrs ,:, ': '} '\ /1. .', 5: :
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Prlscllla Barton1d of t( .
Mrs. P.' M. Barefoot. daughter; V *
Mica\ ,Sara Barefoot has ac Atlanta, Ga. t J t

\ cepted a place as\ baggage.clerk Roger Mathewfi ''and Charles 'fl":, J a r':11\ ,. Jt 1t:" 'S"ti

ii at the Seaboard depot,\andbegan Knight left Wednesday for Black N' fJ.. 'I',;' I,,'
i Mountain, N.'C.vtA'' a vacation ;.0 "
work JI. .. ,
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; A. Weeks was carried bach with the former's' aunt. : h, Ii
Cot 'Tind Mrs.'ilX' > .c." "} .. '. .
to the AJachua County Hospital,, I -Knlght ... .: /,. I ,
N.f. Gainesville Wednesday foi<, ai spent last*week-f"'r1' in.Jacksonville .' .'.. ',.-.,.' '.'\o"J'o.' \ ,"

X-ray examination Into his: pres.entt on business.! .>While there "

condition, following his seri- they were gwsta, at 'thl'1 Windsor l
automobile wreck of a fen (Hotel J: ''H .a'
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weeks ago., ,Mr. and Mrs.. O.. L Beasley CANOVA PHARMACYWALGREEN

sN stlsr P tt ti1e \ Pvt. 'and :Mis. Ted SUlley ol: and Mrs. J. W. Klncald ate spend'
Atlantic/ Beach were week-enl ing two weeks at Mrs. Klncald'i

Aj s guesta of Pvt. StlUey's mother, cottage on Klng&tey, Lake..
\'Eti.\\S MrftLetle Stllley and his Mrs. Tom H: Slade and children,

\i.i brother-ln-law and slater, Mr.'and Tommy' Joan and(Flora of Box- AGENCY

:&'::1''.. ,R.. C. Buford. Icy, Ga, arrived Thursday for aweek' ;,. :-SfJ .
y. -;:; Major H. C. Wall of St. Au visit with. Mrs.. Slade'i :
.vith ,..don. p G Mk9i guetlne was a business visitor sisters 'Mra.; D.' P.. Carpenter and Starke,. Florida F

here Monday and Tuesday While Mr !.' T T. Long l ;HpAO W SIGK6 ', In, town he was the guest of hl. Mr. and ,Mra. U A. Davis left ,,, > I .
ad 't! ERtt: ..... .' fA' parent Mr. and Mia. W. L. Wall. Saturday for1' a month' vacation
t" .\"," ;'. In Hot, Ark., and Ash- ,
... .. Miss.LIUlan Sternberg left yesterday Springs
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.f- ,,, .. 1- eY Mr. and Mrs., E. J. Dowlinfj \ \ I :
"- r in Ohio, ant / Suit God alone i
.t4. "..,...,.".\he. c.". Pa., points \ I I, r w" rtnpunnHf :/
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\..w .,.."..... NewYorkdty. --- -- .pent.rii. day.in Jacksonville wt 14.11 u ,{ 7 ; mktn thtf tnjoynt '
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their;daughter, Will Marian Dow' \ '' f I.lrbseQvlgorTbryenadi
,... Mrs. V, S. St. John. Miss: All ling, who I Is confined to Riverside 's:',, al ''YJ' ? S:.r. many incrtfial U'bicb thn
St. ,John Mrs. :Eleanor' Cluff and *
geld
Hospital becaun of Illness. :Mr 1 1 &2 b pill kttp'bim m
-- < Infant daughter S i a ron/'Mis'Marjorie ? 4 yr i pJ I1M.or.
and Mrs. Dowling'planned tc
Sue Middleton: and Edwin !?pyulri 1
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Y bring their daughter home yesterday Yj itl' Y sx :
.Y ,# and Stephen St. John"spelt 1i W aF >
io recuperate foIl ten days. '
Beach. Edwin '
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Sunday In Daytona Mrs. Roy Smithpwhb h l'pfnt; e Pc1i': '\ I

: Tues. Wed. Thurs. Aug. 3-4-5 St. John remained at Daytona several weeks here' ,with her _+Irrn:. ] a.: I ">:,
where he la employed li 1 IApollo
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brother-in-law and slater, Mr.. and t .
,"PILOT NO. 5" I defense work. .. Mrs.. K..G. DuncaDpt Jeft Tue day .. ,

Cpl.< S. G. Denmark arrived itStarke for Stockton Ala..,where she will .' ,, t: !t
FlUNCHOT TONE MARSHA HUNT GENE KELLY Wednesday on a'72-boiu '
visit Mrs. Chester Norris before t
visit' with hii
.er for short
a
pas home In Tennllle
returning to her: ,,
Mra P. S. Den .,
parents; Mr. and -
Ga. She will be accompanied bjCapL
; His address la Btry. G.
mark.
: ;and Mrs.Jo W.JtaMcMillar,
Ptftfl T Z Weet 31st C.Barracks A., C-o 1459 Key S. West C. U. Key Kta. bf Penney Fanus>joat), .

air > He 1s now personnel battery clerk Miss Virginia- Cataa returned 'l'jt.l
Sun. v Aug..1..2- to het home >I ta-Wet Palm
; work fine.
; ngrar and"< Hk 'hIB
'>.speaduig
achl.Mond.aY..n't'
fi"l&V; :. Mrs. J.from H. Waycroas Fields returned Ga., when Wednesday .vebk of herbs) wttlU h*... Bcle: .: and]

"Mr''aai'MrsltO.': W/i White.
t ,,' HARDY she was the guest of Mr. and .wnf,
va J Mrs. P. C-'LaAgfeerd.' l daughter "
..ft: 't\.r.f. : 111.BtU Halght. I
Boatswain Bell Grahamf' its pfayllia. Vt rroatforoof were \ '
week-end t Hr;*anc.Mnr.;
guesta
Brunswick. Ga. aniMret
tloned ,
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''F' Graham pent. the weejc-end: >V. B. Sewell enrouta to-Ashvllle,,

NAT SEZ: In Starke and at Klngsley take N. C. ,
.. Mrs. F. H. Long'8pet1C Friday
Stokes, Western UnIon (i i
Well, well. Poor ol4;B nltol Mljsyane.operator" pent the wend In "'Jack. lvme' with her 'son-in'

I'm certainly gonna miss him. In Barasota in the home of her law and daughter- Dr;:' and Mrs.
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The best lawgba,," I got In the father, t. J. Stokes. Bryant' B. Carroll; got tE pK
1 movies weretewp;: reel balcony Mr. and Mrs. Junius Smith are Dr."; L. H; Jennings.who Is 'nowa r

scenes with,'.)) mace huffla' and occupying the S. T. Dell cottageat "full-fledged" night surgeon It

puffin oft ;'atithfjmouth! like across Klngsley Lake. ;seeing. actIv.duty overseas the'Vita iii id\the
Mrs. Oraht Evanispent woa
betwtenvaTporpoUe and a W. T. Clute entertained MnBarbara 'SgtJ and .

5. 'A poll parrots 'Now. Uw.".b e.'a gone Braczaele, of Jacksonville f Sunday !in St.'Frafk'W1lsocand Augustine. ... .* Kt

,. guess riMY':to3ra owid the zoo I and Mr. and Mrs. H. A, Mr.and" Mrs. "! ** kt"
Mrs. '. E. Cox spentTda Most ''
': e ':'-IIt> J: ." all at the Prim io '
for my J.. .p bait' Iwe Carlton at dinner / Jacksonville.. Fortunately, we do not have depeneT upon ,

have to \ \+ ..rth7ee. ......iS rose Grill hi Gainesville Saturday Mrs. Walter CoopeTr of Sanford 'the whims of an Apollo for sa/eguarda for our'f
) 4 h oI' night. and spent several day hare this week Science haa demonatraUfd pvr and, iv,1t, ,: '
Canova
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and! Mrs. L. '
Lr.: ', Mr. month'i ati the' guest of"'*. *n pegtq: .i-fc1'tev ly
enjoying a
:ti' #;j ,. 1" children are .Ritch '''Mrs. CoTspefilsicorreeponding : toward'JB'X9bu t fV' ?' > '
stay at Kingsley Lake with Mrs secretary' u"FloridaFeder.tl g,,,nutrition are the first steps) | A .Jj ; + "t
E.. E. CasRvL''' ? body and an alert mind. i /W'-JU' .* *
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CATS FOR Mrs. 'Calvin-JOB**t sat nieces,
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and GeorgiaGll- > The entire nation looks eagerly > {lean 4 .
I Misses Margaret h j
"Jf Tuesday -'J; t 9:30 p.m. pin; spent Monday In Jaekson- bout Science's continuous studiesr.vit.a >fmina. : '

I vine;' One fact that bas been determined k: r
CLOTH AND FUR COATS VEHUOY j tune TtJSU&bn WMBR .' ,;; ;1 that the B Complex vitamin are the1 least .t ,j

I 1, ... SUNNY ,BRQpfCFARMBy plentiful in the foods that come to your table. '. .. t

.: ."'Ai ., lt, ",'" !\" Mrs. :ArsuJa.. (JrrawfordMr. Physicians Bay that your body; la quick td.' J-- ,, + I".

IN ALL THE i4EW STYLES t. '11' : -feel a B Vitamin deficiency, unbarm**! yif "?>1 ;,
'III! !": ""t \ : and Mrs. W.: R. 'Halslop. but >
u"lr", :t> ) get more enough. g ,Rj .,
will ,.,. OJ"" Mrs. Ine Kelly, and Mrs. Alton you $han

.. Dobbs weN Vfefl3Jn.4? business e jiSi <
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YOU ,CAN USE OUR hdn rttt rNs dnewt Jn Waldo"Thurs *.y'.1affl weel*. V i t t ? i ip'oprrLtioabbtrilq odor '"

'' Fr'd..Hallop; went Thursday The boice of Budwetlet js one df the world'a' /plexx yttamin )waits} o deli,}'
P.
r, t andVrtday fiajjrgla,.. attending, dietwhenrwtIees.ryr, otthia ;
? JUj, bigeestaourc aofBC Y\Wa t to business. Wi M" -' contained $jntbrtwer'a yeast, which we 'J' iritamin-ricb jreaat W one UfJJabo-t h
'Plan Those who attended he reunion are manufatP and s'esearalfworkaha' half helped to
ratory ,
o supply to leading pharmaceutical
at th p 1 ;:;1-
'brt $ ? world' moat, :
Mrs. C..1.C- .'.' H- V. tWra, Froni them our*rmedoroasi and W' produce the Zj !

: .Sunday,*1i1"o T Tfj i" ''t.0- .td'5' o1' ?; N "v 1 'R r
A Deposit Now Will Save The CoatYeti : I J. tens sit f[ *& f "wt < e4

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'Want For LaterSterntierg's !BY. / J4tr1. r t1y 1''Mry. ... aY Ms

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*< atorWL which Into the nuuiuftwtun of Hobbs r Alumliaear 4 } ,4AI.

j fA Florida Power'& C.ArtulP:.tSixproby c iraw: frtjBllL'dau jifalsnijly, Mrs..te1', do; Monitkm AahmMT-Biuch M dicfeMO pnxluo cattle bed Hospital BatUrlw Diets so Papor Baby Fooda Soap and Brsad Uatlles and-otb to.f name B lury a few.pt di0aVHamiafctUlwl .otMX ,yj ,, V"f

''r. Shirley Ana| rC; Light Co. 4- 'and Mrv.fttf": r> r William tistwest. I IA
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BRADFORD
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I n which this Notice L. COchrln,
I daughter, Sarah, who is very U' newspaper week UD9. Defendant "a..
a
overcrowd. For a short time- hall be published one
least Less Restriction 'fo.
get along with a little space. ,
Overcrowded Hens In St. Luke's Hospital, and Mrs.Sapp for four publication prior to the
that foursquare providing more feed hopper and of August, A. ANDENOTICEPTo
While more space andfamJly aid 23rd day V'I IrATloy
Now On Chemical visited her son Harry,
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fountains and deeper STATE]
Will Not Reach feet Isn't likely to increase watering OF FLO1tlr1AF'rEAIt
WITNESS my hand and the tealof L. CoC'hrln ,
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Mehrhof litter. But 'in the long-time management .. Bradfordounly Whose r".ld, "
production, Mr. FertilizersRecent said Court at stark known ";r Ientat
Top Production stresses that less space almost of farm flocks, Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Hardy ( ., Florida thin 22nd day of.July You 'are :
required .
certainly will mean fewer eggs Mehrhof says It's best not to revisions in Food PrO- were week-end guests of Mrs. A. D..1943A. J. THOMAS, ; August 23rd., lHa, Ln t. 'PPear h. aa
Overcrowding Is the reason for Sr. In' Gaines- named Court ,.
Charles Hardy, Circuit Court of .Ih.
some hen-house "absenteeism"- than the 'flock would otherwise overcrowd at all. duction Order 5 have greatly lessened vllle. An Bradford Clerk County of the., Florida. plaintiff seeks a1iVf.rV"; hO\'a'
restrictions on the use of County Telegraph ..hal' R \
meaning that some of the eggs lay.To chemical fertilizers farm crops Pvt. Merle Gano of Camp Blan Faxter(MEAL)and on .
you expected to gather are absent get maximum war-time egg lOP A Check-Up Harold ding was a week-end guest ot Plaintiff. Witness my hand q i i"u.} .,
and victory gardens, says 4t 813IN seal I'Itarke
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i-ublUhed 7-23 )
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-reports N. R. Mehrhof extension production, Mr. Mehrhof urges Reveals ViolationsOf : associate director of his parents. 22nd. 1943. bl .ulr"
poultry specialist, Over- to use their laying I. Mowry Chief Yeoman Forest Crosby,, 'CIHC-IIT1 OinT.. III'' 1)0'''' (OFFICIAL SEAL .\ ,
poultrymen the University of.:Foilda Agricul- IN tllAF.KV. :\- ,A. Clerk
f'UI'\ IV
Rent RegulationsA FLOIIIUtl or "
crowding also results In increased houses t6 capacity, but not to tural Experiment Station. of New York,. is home for a few (. ,I T. Flank t.andruln, 81n. .till' eln'
sickness and death in the flock.A overcrown. For a short time- days. This Is Yeoman Crosby'sfirst Nellie Cochrln 1."llntltt: 'V.. Enoch I Atty. for l'lt. Pluol.l'
periodic ,checkuphas been The 83 grades of fertilizers per-
safe rule In housing laying aay until some of the birds can visit home !in two years. ----T
be culled 'out-a little overcrowding made of rental conditions In this' mitted to b<* manufactured\ and Mr. and Mrs Alph Hazen of
hens Is to allow four square feet
sold in this state previously were
of floor space per bird for such I may not cause' decrease in area, it was announced today by Orlando visited relatives. here fora
retained, and an 'additional made
breeds as Plymouth Rock Rhode egg production or injury to the Galnesville-Starke Defense Of few clays and also attended the
I especially for victory gardenerswas OFFI.CESUP'P.LIES
In Alachua
health. Hazen-Doyles wedding
Island Red Wyandotto.. small-I fice. included. It carries an .

er bird, such as Leghbrrm I The bad effect of temporary Written reports submitted by a analysis of 0-10-5. The order Sunday The following, attended the

-- substantial cross section of tenants also provides,for the sale of limited Hazen-Boyles wedding in Alachua

I showed An astonishing num- ',quantities of straight nitrogen -
Sunday: Aubrey H a zen :Mrs
SEA FOODS CHICKEN DINNERS ber of violations, the OPA spokesman to- victory; gardeners for supplementing 'Mann Hazen sand MEL V. V.
S' said. He gave the following mixes fertilizers. '

STEAKS CHOPS list of practices most frequently Restrictions ,have been lifted to Hazen.Friend of WInfred Hazen will: ," ,, ..
found,, which ,are contrary to the permit the use of chemical fertilizers -
'. be inter?rted to know of.hla mar-
rent regulations: on melons and cucumbersand to Miss Ruth Boyle oi Stock Items Needed
TEMPTING TASTY SANDWICHES riage We Many In Ordinary
B Commercial
1. Failure to give notice of on crops. achua Sunday, We are very
d DELICIOUS HOME MADE PIES of flowers, bulbs,
change of tenants (Form DD- growers cut
glad to welcome them to out
4' arrrrrrsssssrsrr 123.) shrubs and other ornamentals are community Business Routine, Both Civilian And Mili-

2. Failure to register rental permitted to purchase and use Scott Swindell 0 f .Theiesaa
to 75 'of the amountof Let Us Supply Your Needs
A & A LUNCHEONETTEIn accommodations with the Area up percent visited his niece Mrs. Vance tary.
fertilizers they used In either
Rent Office Russ, Sunday.

Park Theatre Bldg. Starke, Florida 3. Charging accommodationsby 1941.42 Previous or 194243.orders centered Mrs.! L. O. Hazen: and daughter ,__ - ___ ____ __ _______u __ __ _

enlargement or reduction, decreasing were\ Minnie Lou, Mrs. Ralph Hazen, I Books
largely around the use of nitro- Account Box Files
Frances
amt daughter, Mary ,
or Increasing services gen materials, tout :Mr. Mowry, Adding Machine Paper '&..Ribbons
and adjusting the rent before authorIzation visited Mrs A. E. McKluney In I'
says that there maybe shortages Desk Blotter Pads Cardboard

FOR SAFETY, COMFORT, AND ECONOMY RIDE the Rent Office.to' do so 13 I given by of supplies of potash'' J processed Starke Mis.' Mattie Tuesday.Sibley of Theressaand I' Card Index Files

phosphates. Mrs. Elmer Powell of Miami I Desk Calendars File Folders
of I
4. in
Charging rent excess .
FLORIDA MOTOR LINE BUSSES rent visited their cousin, Mrs. Vance Gummed Kraft Tape
. t" the legal
BROOKER Runs and family Sunday. I Pads.
Rubber Stamps Stamp & Ink
FOR COURTEOUS CORRECT INFORMATION "The Rent Office is required to
By Minnie Lou Haicn. Mrc. V. V. Hazen was In
PLEASE PHONE 147 report every violation to the En- Gainesville Ink Eraser Mimeo Ink
Saturday.
forcement Division of the Office Shaeffer's Skript in Pints and Quarts
PARTY FOR VISITORS .
fl Misses Louise,and, Madge Bloss
of Price Administration," he con- MIss'Willie Mae, demons and returned home Monday after a Legal Blanks Legal Pads

UNION BUS STATIONLACY tinued. Miss Joyce Atkinson entertained few days visit at Newberry. Loose-leaf Ledger Outfits

"It is 'the desire of the personnel Monday night with a party at Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Rahn and Carbon l'aper. Second Sheets

CONWAY, Agent I of the Area Rent Office that the home of Miss demons, honor- daughter, Merna Lou, Mrs. Bamle i Typewriter: Paper' and Ribbons

Temple ATe Starke Florida all landlords comply with the reg- ing their cousin, 'At Clemons of i Mont and .daughter Bonnie, Typewriter pil and Cleaner

ulations as they have been designated Jacksonville, and Misses Hazel and and son, John. were visitors here I, Onion Skin ,Paper Mimeograph.Paper
a part of the War Pro- Lottie Mae Heard of Bainbridge, Sunday. Binders Punches
Post Paper
,,
gram. Each Is urged to checkon Ga. Outdoor games were played Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Runs were Books
(* -- the amount of rent received, and later in the evening refresh- in Gainesville on business Mon Duplicate Receipt

I whether changes have been madeIn ments of punch and cake were day. Ring. Binders Salespads

# M : A' the accommodations, whether served. About 35 '.guests enjoyedthe Stenographer's Notebooks

CA'r'ON thIs office has been told of.thechanges' party, .. I*FIOIIMIt TIIR HllTt, K.H.HTH'I'T f>O V Jll H>T ICI\l.OF ,Shipping Tags .Merchandise ,Tags

In tenancy, and whetherthe tllKlir. IX AM> FOil. 1III4OKOIIO Rubber Type Outfits Postal Labels
TO premises rented have been JUNIOR, SINO.NO. CLASS t 'ol''r,,. iv t it\\t Kit r. Tabbing
.
; Aico-Grip
WAR-TIME' The a nd.' pastor,:Of the CJIAKLKS WILLIAM BEHKT,. j
registered. In. 'the. Area Rent Of-' Baptist{teacher Churcb'egiartalned*. the VS Plaintiff,. )) .Pay Envelopes, Indelible Ink
fice.
r i TRAVELERS Junior Singing Claaa..Wednesday ROSEI-LA ?r. BERRY, ) i Steel Letter-Size "File-Its"

4 "Under a new policy of enforce- night with a party After sing- ORDER Defendant OK PUBLICATION) : Klasp Envelopes ;Mimeo Styli

t ment announced last week in ing' several! 'C h o r'u' sea at the TO'AR > EI LAC'1. TRERRYEAl1205 And Many Other Items
Jacksonville, the Enforcement DI- (' ( : :
church they went to the community ELEVENTH .
STRDBT: :lIOLI E. ,
vision will. -- ----- '- ---- - -- -
cause.investigations to center and were served ILLINOIS: --- ;
be made and take such action as YOU A HE HEREBY NOTIFIED
sandwiches and piuich. Thirty-. that a milt has been flied against f '
is deemed advisable, three were present you In the Clrrult Court for Hrixl- .,' ALL KINDS OF COMMERCIAL:\
ford County, Florida. Omneery, w' *
"The members of the Galnes-
Cash is a dangerous traveling companion. It tempts thieves; or it vllle-Staike staff are reluctant to SI \\'ING CLUB by.being CharleVllllam a cult for divorce Berry,, the and Mama you r' L 'PRINTING

may be lost. It is wise to turn this cash into safe and spendable report violations, ,but they haveno The Sewing Club will meet are L'lerk hereby of bald required Court to your file with written the '

choice. They ask the landlordsto Wednesday August 4, at the appearance (personally or bv attorney BradfordTelegraph County
American Travelers If lost stolen their valueis ,
Express Cheques.. or 'help in help you. home ,o f :Mrs. T.V.; Mai"key. ) In said null on or before .
the 23rd day of ,
A.
August D IOU
promptly refunded to Jou.You spend them as you do cash and "Out of approximately 10,000 Please everybody try and come. and thereafter to file with' aeld
Clerk written defenses. if
your '
they remain good until spent. registrations. If there are only 5 KED CROSS! lUKIjriNO to the hill of complaint In *al>l flatJ'r..I
percent that full to comply, it can :: time prencrlhed by law .
A Red Cross Meeting was!' held fall not
or judirmunt will
t They are inexpensive: ;'cost 7't for each $ 100.Minimum( cost tot- readily be seen that the number at the home of Mrs: T 'W. Mar, be entered against you' hv default, Phone 29 Starke, Fla.

lor\$1.0 to SJO.'Issued In denominations of S 10. $2O, $50 and $10O. will be enormous even though the k Wedrjosday.. Plans for a a The newHpaper Rradford of general County circulationptibllKh Telegraph!; .

For sale at Banks, Express Offices and Railroad Stations.IIIL.AMJIUCA" .. percentage is low chicken supper wet.e discussed.Th Ida d J In Bradford. County VI'ir-
many .
'Let, each one check .on. his money will goto: help equip l" hereby ,designated an the .. . . ,-., .. -".

'ill ;: EXPRESS I"" rental properties so fiat*we can 'a day room at Camp Blending
all work together for better com- for the soldiers. !
.... .. .... .. ra' '' ',
In this "
pliance ll-lmportant: paitof "" : :
!
CHEQUES SUITER 'H" I; '' :. : .
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CHICKEN !
,* I"" War Procrrlim." >' < w .... '$'f, '''''> r".
.31 Red I
Saturday night, July ', '
Cross will sponsor a chicken sup 1 : ;

per' near Colson's' Stote. Plates JA\\0 t I

will be 35 and 25 cents. Pie & .' ; :,.

and 10 cents. Money made 'on i t, "a <,

this supper will go to help equip "\ r,'

( THE CHEVROLET I MECHANIC a day room at Camp Blanding: :; : < <.1'Y'> \'W : I-' .

Please _everybody try to 'help .j...<. .<

Any donations will be appreciated.We "t.;ti Ji...,.;"
P want Brooker ''
really to come
r ;' '' '
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up with her part. .4 'i ., '
"SCKVICt SOLDIER".iV .2-
.. Jilt--<< '
NEW AItIUV'ALl 't. :'P$'t'':<:;'1- I
'J'dtt .
!
Mr. and Mrs. Pledger Gaineyannounce or

the birth/'of a son on ( ''"'> : ? ,
Friday July 23 at ,the Alachua ",' ?:Wi: f.' .l'
,oast' safeguarding f qltii! ,.
County Hospital :Mrs.
-. Gaineywill ... ,; / .. .E.
be remembered as Miss Luclle '< -

MelvIn. Mother and.boxreported: ;:
{ an America's vital doing nicely! I ".!iIw IK

"<" "
Master Kenneth Roy Harrisof ,; i.
LaCrosse visited his grand. ( I
-WSf motorized transportation M : ;
mother :Mrs. L. W. Waters last a f
-fZJTftv
/ Y L week.. (
;
' 47F, /' Pvt. Everett McKinney. Jr.. of
'nf1 f
., /
system Louisiana and wife of Gainesville

and Mrs. A. E. McKinney

Staike, were visiting relatives
Saturday. Friends of Everett will

be Interested to know that he Is

being t r a nsf en'ed to the Air -


Corps.Mrs. L.' W. Waters la visiting- Do you know a fellow like Joe?

her mother. Mrs. Dyal In, Lake

.. ,.' "1"<" ""!I'f'.o \ Butler for several.days.
; 4Id td..J'

.? ;5 P "'t ,;.1 w t =;R His tklll helps to maintain the car which carry and Mr.children' and ,Mr of Jacksonville. .Artfprd Brown were JOE'S, _MY KID BROTHER. We'vecheck 'every; week' for War' Bonds,, ,

k. .j., ;' : WORKEItS1( millions of war workers to and from their .fobs, day week-ejid guests, of.relatives. always. stuck together and I've !fort of they're going to come-in, mighty handy

}", ,!'h' ti; .yI,, ca ,<\.,.". ." .%< .{:< : '. *'1', after day Mr. and Mrs. GWY. PlnholsUr' watched out for him these last few. years. when the ,War's over, we figure. But I


{}j" :: Ji6IL.t. ">"',''<$''<'': ;{ l<:. His experience hips to preserve) the trucks of guests Jacksonville of Mrs. were Ro..'1.( Finholater.Sunday ,WeD Joe's in Africa now., His wife, -, gets got to thinking'about': Joe, 'What's, he
; ,
:
; who bas going: to have after War?
Little Vivian Pinholster the
.L:! IJi.fl.fi'; VAI,'fi4WJ.'fj.! which carry vital materials toand from war plants her allotment' from him, and I guess when .
\ her grandmother,
been visiting
f!?.....).' 'u' : .ACiMt TUltll building'! arms for* our fighting,m.n. returned home with them that's. taken out of his check ,he doesn't So we, talked::1 it over\.my wife: and I.

,, .} 'h., :,....\" 'n.., .,,<' {;' .,.,.<} Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Markey have much left.. Privates don't get paid We think,.Joe should get ,a: cut of the

His service helos to conserve the cars and trucks Miss Frances Tllghman and Mrs., much you know. bigger money, too. So now I'm buying
.
':: :;.J, ;v'" w .I.... ww ''ellJ'k1J and Its Allies. on' business. Mrs. Thomas a r. I figure this I sn.Ua bond every month-. in Joe'sname.
'r' ,. .':':<"" ""'i" h,., *, visit .: way. Here am,,making: "
; remained for several days
:/-f: ''{\ 'dl DU.1It'-1S: :' S.. your Chevrolet. dealer-America's most popular with her daughter, Mrs. E. Math- more money than I ever did before. You
"... :. 'ir ,, ., bet I work for But Maybe you've in the
"''''''' :' 'H''v' ''' service organization-for a skilled, check-up ,eny.. 1,1, ,, -Joe's working: hard ; got somebody :

.... at regular Intervals.' Get.dependable service and Mr. and Mrs. Mike Tllghman 'too ". and not just from. 7 to 5,* either.' War,, too.. If you have couldn't' you
"" r "*'.'t t. :
: "){ :o./! if ,
.
K" "
1 in
daughter Bobble were ,
;- : \ and squeeze out
.H ; an extra bond and then,
Go .O 1W nqw
411. "G.t Mar. Out of What You've *
.. ,, business. \\WeJve been taking 10
of
5' ", "" '):"" ",-" -< ,,,- Alachua Thursday on percent out my for your "Joe"? '

,WKATIMf AMSMCA-5} Chasm' deaIbre hays-lJoated 'hea...."'.. eo Chia *. *: Miss Betty Sue Cason la visit-
:
,t '" "<<''-_; i 'v.-.,TVt<"..').N'.t.W.i; : '* ?" "SAVI Ing relatives in High Springs.. I I
THE WHEELS THAT
SERVI AMERICA" Miss Lubedla Pinholster, Mrs.
Florence Varaedoe and Miss Mary I

BUY U. S. WAR BONDS AND STAMPS Mott were In Alachua. Thursday. YOUVE |(

on Mrs.\business.\W. T. Holm returned to .DONE YOUR BIT ;--NOW"DO YOUR, BEST!

SEE YOUR SERVICE ON ALL MAKES Ft. Myers Tuesday"After several I- '
CHEVROLET DEALER days visit with her brother, Jake 801111 YOVA MHO IVTlID ( -
'c LOCAL OF CARS 'NAOU8N THE
AND TRUCKS Keene, and family.Mrs '- f MVLL SMIXSS fw *
a .' L. I. Thigpen and daughter -

Torode Chevrolet ,Co. i .latlves Merle of her East last Palatka week.visited This space Is contribution to America's all-out war effort by '.. .

Mr. and Mrs Ressle Carlton .
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:
and )Miss. Nora ,Sapp were in THE JOHN H. .,;;, I

STARKE FLORIDA Jacksonville Thursday. Mr. and DENMARK FURNITURE CoPA .'', ,

'\ r.. Carter visited, ,their:,..little I -

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COUNTY TELEn'
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._--- .- this Ordor In next four weekly N rutrtir (."..It'r. sin \UFOIIU .
laaue l. ('sat i'v. KL HII>.1| lCMAM' : .
T & I \\ltne my hand and offlilullMeal C .:lU'.
nngwI at Stark, Florida t It Is O"or (. Punk,.. Plaintiff v. Sophia
July lutll. 11)43 olornn 1'unko. ljnfenjant. Can
SUCCESSFUL I X J. THOMAS.: No. JMS ('
I BWLLYWOODBy Aa. Clerk of said Court. ORDER OF PUBLICATION I
(OFFICIAl. SEAL) AI'oIIof1'j< '[oJ '1'" APPUAR
'''* f:?!! j f':r1t! :[ ?t? ::1;?;:< ':''7:'''' ".. !. % ; I KnlKht : \I Ik .t .
By Leo O. Lyon Atty fur l"r. 7-23 4t S-13 Ptinko. whose rttnldence INIII I
\ : <: : .ft ... '" .' & PARENTHOOD __ West 161th. Street: Bronx New J
\ a"fP..r. lI" : : : ; iv inrtir tniiir. mi %I>KI>HIT >
: HlI. "/. During coming weeks steel worken < York.You !
.. } ( 01 \ FLUKIItll 1% ( IttNHouell are required to appear onAugust
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,. thltt. 16th In the above
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: ':' JH :i;. :.:.t"l; : ::::: ': 7: mills will be anrprieed to spot BrianDoislevy Kl:: .e Howell, Defendant.: Case No. : plaintiff seeks illvorre.. Tlradford I

Em: : .: :: : ,. ; ., -- In their midst working a. 1933.OItIER County Telegraph shall. publlah this I

\k If ):..,.,., : r"y. !, .:.. '. :;' !j J"n. m'. Il$):] ._1, b KM. CAn :ILDIZ coinmo CDWABM. a laborer. Donlevy la working in the NOTICE OF ITBLICATIOVAM TO APP13AU I Order Witness In "next my four* dw :'lYo'tr'' ',-:::'i j 1

,.._..:t:'-::::-::;:>:-::.i'':,":;,,jfui',':..m.momernakers ;.; .........n..m.T:' :::;:: ::; .. .:t.:<
May ,Learn J Associate. Idttae !-.w Ms..... of See* Dangoe b. portray un Klee k no Unwell an.You whose resilience I..* I 14th.( 1943.OFFICIAL. SEAL) A.I. Thomas

Lynn Chambers Point-Saving In King Vklor's U-G-&t film -Asner. are required to appear on A* Clerk of said Court.
Wisdom Menus lea- August Sard., jut In the above T. Frank I.nndrum Stark, Florida. :
Ration HANDLING THE EXPLORATORY named. Court and cauae, wherein Atty. for Plf. 7-11 4t 8.TIN
STAGE
Through Study. The pretty red head who 'won the plaintiff seek divorce. Bradford :

Deviled. Egg, Macaroni and mathematics honors at DPaul University County this. Order T.lelJr.h In next. shall tour publish weekly riH("I IT rot'HT. RH \I>FOnUTOl I
-.---- .Pea Salad Mothers are frequently told when be made to feel that he belongs last year haa made good in : Issues.Witness. 'MTV. FLOHII, IX I.HANUHY. I
they ask for advice on their problems there if be Is hand and official ( .
too to witha my
grow up
Hot
Biscuits with '
Jam
Hollywood. She Is Pelvnan Felo-e n d r a "r Joanph.
: Dorothy O'Kelly *
that their child seat. ftt Stark! Florida. thl *
is
Just 'going V .
of .
Marmalade Bavarian satisfying sense sharing a from Plaintiff v* Walter H Joaeph | I'
Milk Chicago Jul 17th 1943.tubFlc'IAL I
through a phase" and not to worry. home not of being an intruder Attending a premier.while \: SEAL A.I. Thomas. fendant. Case No. 8SHOOltDBR '
Recipe Given That is O.K. so far as it goes but from whom you guard your posses visiting- the film capital she As Clerk of said Court. OF PUML1CATIONAND
'e* parents being human. sometimes sions. was spotted by an M-G-M talent K. K P,. Htarkc Florida NOTICE TO A..JJAH8TATm .
.pw.man. OF FLORIDA to: WalterB.
) 1 cup cooked peas they'd like to be told how to lIv. This Is accomplished by introducing scout and then signed to a contract. Atty. for, 7-iS 4t ailiv : Joseph Whose reeldence I.. 87 'j

t teaspoona salt through a certain phase 1 For instance the child to everything which Lovtly trtni ZTwniM la ntumiff rinritr .toi III.I \itiituiil Cleveland Carolina. Street Charleston. South
there is the >Tt. ) l> tll\.
M teaspoon pepper exploratory catches his Interest. When his eye to tkosAioit flrroow w a. work'tny You are required to appear on
/ Soak stage as psychologists; call It, lights up at the sight of books. hep: t KIIY.Jessie: Auwuat 8th, 1943 In the above naiti.eut
crumbs and mix well with in "A Guy Namtd Jo., MissDies's. Mnye Moody Plaintiff vs.
which begins when the child : I Court and cau*", wherein plaintiff
outgrows him take a few from the shelves \\Vallnc, K Moody Defendant. Cns ;
.
M. ftfm meat and other Ingredients. Pack his wore only two ooatec_ than No. 25\111.\> seeks divorce.. Uradford County
play and the
pen toyshanded show him how to hold them. how
into loaf pan. Bake in "a 300 de. i to him and starts Investi. to turn the pages. "These are pit a uniform and a dress for one OKDEH: OP PtTMUCATIOV: Telegraph In next four* a I.'kullIi..ul': : .. Order !
Ttl
gree oven for 1 44 hours. This may gating the house. with the very mother's," :you say. "see how cene only. In htr next: fit \"Wh.itt ANI' UK NOTIOK FI.oniDA APPKAUHTATH to: Wallace. Witness my hand! and official 1

also be baked in a ring mold and laudable purpose of learning his carefully we hold them." There Cliff o/ Dover," ikt will appear i'llIrC. F.:. Moody, whose. residence Is Un anal at Starke. Florida, this July '

served with parsleyed potatoes. environment. But how can you en- should be books for baby but these ...,. doMnling irene creation known.You are required to on mF'\ 4i"-'l. BEAD A. J. Thomas.
l'
Fish will come into more popu courage him to get the most out of i too. he Is taught to handle care- Servicemen tDiU.tJr06a6111 01 matt August 83rd.. 1MI.>> : In appear ttuo above A. Clerk of said Court. .
T. Frank
this learning and still and from the named. Court and wliorrln Lnndrum Hturko. Florida.,
experience fuUy. The pots pans appreciative of tht ehartgt.Irene cause
larlty to help extend our main dishes Atty. for Plf."T H 7-39
live in comparative peace with a'' kitchen cupboard will survive his plaintiff seeks d Ivor,'.. Brnilfnrd ___
In when ration points will not cover child who Is into everything attentions without much supervision Metro's executive desl..r.ntl .'''''nlv':Order' Telegraph shall. puhllMh IV ('UIf'I'IT.FOltl) ",
Ms In next four weekly
that major Item: There are two approaches to the but always let him help put ,.. received a letter from her (suss.Witness. Ctt'NTY." FI.MUIIIII IN IHVMKHY. I

Fish Loaf. problem. If you are a very busy them back so that he learns things husband. Captain Cedrie Gibbons, my hand and. nfflrlnlsen I Ann(. I>..vi. Hays. Plaintiff, v.. ..I ,
.3c (Serves 6) mother you'll probably have 4o don't belong In the middle of the who has joat returned to London July I tilth at Btnrk;1943.OFFICIAL Florida. I h I. Carl Jeffnraon May. Uvfentlant.Caie '1 .2\\

I cups cooked flaked fish (leftover take the "Safety First" approach, floor. from an extended military tour. (: SEAL) A. J. ThomasAs No. 8480.onnuii OF. PUBLICATIONANI '

may be used) which Is to put everything; break About light cords tire screen "Reaching London." he wrote, "the CUrk of snld. Court. >
T. Prank T.nndrunt Slarke FloridutAtty. I I II'ol''ry. I J.IL'I.(1'tlLtll'IHcarl: '
ihli e .Uy prepared gelatin de. t tablespoons chopped green pepp r able out of reach as well as everything small tables you say "No. No" in naoet welcome sight was a group of for Plf. T-J3 st S-13 STATE :J.
unratloned food. WiFeItl on which the child might hurt a tone that he understands. Small. Jefferaon M.y.. whose. roaldonc I I.
Iiert all 1 woman dressed In formal gownsdespite
wes tablespoon minced onion 1604 Seaboard Avenue, Mouth Norfolk '
but easy to make aDd will Z himself. such as light cords. Your breakab'e' objects. unless they are the fact theme gown wereobviotaaly FI.OIIIU\I IV ('ls,\ 4I. "'Irlrlnla.I t
meaL tablespoon butter or margarine house won't look as nice as you too precious, ha should be allowed KHVIrene I You are required I to appear. on
heavy Batterfleld Plaintiff
light or from style dating back Noble ; "I
|fit iff either a 11 cup fine soft bread crumbs like It to. but this stag of your to handle under :your direction. In ** ; vs. James l I'!, "Patterfleld., Defendant Aucu wth 1943 In the above named ..

times when changes M teaspoon salt child's development will be a more other words. during these first lout :rearx. Case No I58TOKI Court peeks. and divorce cause,and wherein restoration plaintiff JI!

These fashion-and are that particuItrly H teaspoon pepperS comfortable one for you both. And weeks of exploratory activity someone Director Gregory Ratoff will be !>)KR NOTICR OF' PITRI.irATIONANI TO APPKAU I of Maiden Name.. Bradford County i {

in the err separated after the baby has been put to bed should be on duty to explain sn by proxy with Robert Taylor STATIC OP FLORIDA tn: James Telegraph shall. publish this OrderIn 'I

applies to,. K cup milkS it, doesn't take long to dress the and'admonish and to protect the and Susan Peters in M-G-M's Russia. F. Hatterfleld whose residence 1.1 .Witness next four my weekly hand Issues.ami official

'changes In foodsudcooklngmeth teaspoons lemon Juice living room up a bit for a sociable child from his Ignorance of the, bun. To add a homey touch to a Unknown.You are. required to appear I sea( at Htark.. Florida this July I'' '/
evening with husband or dred and one new things he is curious In the aiov.namei 3rd. 1 43.OFFICIAL. I }
your Soviet farmhouse seen RIO had Aiia-ust. 16th, 19t2,
Shred the Hah. Saute SEAL) A. S. Thomas ,
green pep. Your reward for this and wherein I (
Court
Ameri'n friends. about. cause
odj. Mrs. the art director hangseveral photo A Clerk of said Court. !
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can no longer per and onion in butter. add to fish The other approach Is the v guld- patient effort will be a child well la the living room. The picture the plaintiff. Telegraph seek divorce'shall Bradford itu.'. > Paul Vetter. Jacksonville. Florida.Atty. \\1 .
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tiih to the grocer1 -. with bread crumbs and seasonings. I ance" one. and if you have the timeto adjusted to living with things not art director elected are of Ratoff this County Order; In- next four weekly for Pit. 7-, 4t 7-30 "

and get Beat ,egg yolks add milk and then I follow through on it we. believeIt all of which he can touch at will. himself taken in Moscow when he Issues. and official IN riRf'I'IT f<;;II'T. ..Hl)rOHIr )
add is the better procedure. First And he will have escaped a constant Witness my hand CHAN
to fish IN
mixture. Stir In emon hi. )irir.: KLOHIIJAI : i
canned or was a boy.A sal at Stark. Florida ( July ,
tough I it Is chorus of "No Nos. which ERr, ,
Juice. Fold in stiffly beaten egg you accept the fact that necessary llirh 1441UFFICIAU. I \
:
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William H. Endsley. Plaintiff v*
processed foods; for child to satisfy his soon cease to' have meaning for .' Ingenuity SRAI. A.I. Thomas. ,
a Bollywood prop ( .
whites. Poured into loaf Nora Kndsley. pefendant. .Case No.-
to put together a'quick meal. Nor a greased curiosity about the things he lives him. It i Is when "No" is used sparingly won another victory. over As. (.It..k of said Court. .
the get together a meal" even pan. set In a pan of hot water. with. to his world has been that It is most effective. T. Prank Landrum Stark. Florida 1I47JORDEIl OF PITBLICATION
MO Up now Mother 1'f.1.,.. A enow flurry len Atty. fur Plf 7-16 4t i-T .
would take time. with thoserationed Bake for 1 hour In a 350degreeoven. ( much bed. carriage But'with either method of han AVI NOTICE TO APPKAR -
that pretty pen '
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en I f4 deep blocked a mmm mew on STATE! OF FLORIDA tot: NoraRndaley
foods. i, .. Serve with white sauce to high chair and his owntoy... Butnow dUng this phase of development, a location at San Valley Idaho. for iv nnri'iT sot'nr. nil \I)POIIIC > whoa lust known aduire.ewas
which hard-cooked eggs have been ; that he is interested in living child should have some space of .tl'NTY.. Y FI.OKIUAl IV IIAM-: Chandler OklahomaYou .' ;\
far more shot for MMulam C sitElmui
Points must be budgeted added. dining kitchen he must his very own.CJUUKCU. background t(. Wal len. plaintiff vs.Liewelyn are required to appear on .
eucfully than dollars and cents in room. room. Curl." r***... wu* .......11tIe. The n Walden< U e f ..n"ant.onDER August Sth, 1943. In the abiiv named I

As the days become -_ _ the .......... N: SSSt Court and cause wherelnplain- j
!the past! That Is the realization every PIKt.'OK1( UK SMOrt day crew pro. Case i tiff; socks divorce. Bradford County
warmer we for the ob.tel OP PUBLICATIONAND shall this OrderIn
homemaker' has been feeling SERVICESFIRST pud They brooghtovcrul NOTK'W' TO APPEAR Telegraph publish .
Unc Ration Book n went Into effect. will gradually begin tank of water which theypourod STATE; OF FIwDKIDA to: Mows- Witness next four weekly hind Issues.and official ,

of that has arisen on. adding salads B4PTMTRv. acer she Snow *.d then lyn B. Walden oo W. I). Walden.Uelmont seal at Starke.; .my Florida, this July
.. Out for .... U. I.lKhtfsof. Past.rsee New York
main 8'h 1843.OFFICIAl
'
marlin: never to buy: a canned or our N. VtBlMt M r-.( waited nntil the water fro**. Th You are required to appear on ( BRAD A. J. Thomas
Is dishes to help Church School 9:4&: A. M. esww traveled on their Improvised August 18th 1943, In the abovenamed Aa Clerk of said. Court. i
processed food if a fresh ,one Morning Worship 11:00 A. M.B. Courl t and causa, whereinplaintiff ..
save on polntage. = reed. for more than a mile. seeks dlvnrre. Flrndfnrd Jne Hill Williams, Lake Butler, FI. .,
available. T. U. 7:00: P. M. Atty. for Pit. 7.9 4t 7-31
Here is a splendid Evnln. Womhlp II:00 P. H.W.dn..d&y County Televraph. shall "I'.h' this
Contusion indecIsion. and slow- suggestion Wor.hlp 8:00: P. M. Jack Dawn Metro Goldwyn. Order In next four, weekly Issues.:
Mayer make-up Is still Witness my hand and officialsoul l
expert,
Dell In buying were the adjectives aU unratloned foods: i I pux- Florida, this JulyoWlCIAt.
using FIRST ....'MIOD''ITft. the cablegram he recehedlrom at Htark \\.IJIII// tllng over '
tracers used when buying; with War Deviled Egg, Macaroniand .... f>. C. .......11. Factor -
Ration Book II began. But this is Pea Salad. PATRICIA DOW 120 N. Cknrrk Sir*** Lawrence Olivier In England. ( r. I PJAT Clerk.) of.A.t.said: ThomasAs r'ourt. C\ H I"" ,2
Church School 10:DD A. M. Olivier, apparently at work In a pic-
fndually; wearing away as Mrs. (Serve 8)) A. U. T. Frank Ijindrutn Htarke. FlorlulueAtty. :
11:00
Worship
Sunday' tar cabled. .Pl.. 41 .-7
: there .. ship me for Plf 1.111
method I
America learns new shopping 10 to 12 deviled eggsI Young People 700: P. M. ,
100 in bulk.
noses
EveningWomhlp 8.00: P. M.
package ((13: to 16-ounce) macaroni Wednesday Worship It:00 P. M.HT. \ -

Since point values change monthly tU cups cooked fresh pea Inasmuch a. Dawn's plastic noses I
M4HK' FPISCOPAL are especially made for each actor Sentinels k
l it's a good idea to keep a lilt ofpoint French dressing "*... Krcd Tvrkr. llvrtoraiMI t

I values on hand when making! Radish roses 153?* i41 W:26V Church: School N. Church 10:00: Slrrrt A. ft(. and can't tailored see how to"bulk his face nose., Dawn" can just be of Health H\

Ibi menu. Plan menus for a week Salad ereenpUonal : : Kunday Wonhlp 11 :00 A. M. used. f

iti time-marketing lists and budg.It Deviled eggs Sunday Bvenlnc; 7:30: P. l\(. Don't Neglect Them I IN

lists all on hand when ;you're do- 10 to 12 harcf-cooked eggs Holy Friday Days Evening 10:00 7:A.80 M.PHUT P.. M. Signe Haifa, M-G-r glamorout .tur. dMtgntH" ) the kldn.y to do a ;oJ(
,
Ing this important bit of work. Don't i 2 tablespoons salad dressing ; screen importation from Sweden, ", ..velou. job. Their task U to kwp the
I HnK!HIVTFHI\'V I who maktt her American: debut in'Asiignmsnt /flowing blood *>tr .m free of .n ..ee.. of :
I go to the store and wander aim. 2 tablespoons lemon juice or'. vinegarteaspoons II ev. CI.,,.. II. AU... .'.....r in oslo lmpurtti lbs art ol living- (/* ,
leuly, selecting whatever appeals 114 mustard It sots INorHi Ckrrrr St. BrittAnlClam. *.*ri/ -i. on.t.ntly producing w.*t* -
Church School 10:00 A. M from Europe to the United States mMttnr the kidney must ramuv from I :
Worcestershire sauce
, to the eye. Even If you have four 14! teaspoons Hunday Wornhlp 11:00: A At via Soviet Russia and Japan. before the blood If .no, himth'U to *ndur.. 1 1I 1I
I or five ration books from which to M teaspoon salt Senior CruHod H 0'00 P. MInterrriedlnte When th* kldnnyi lull to function ss ri1 !
Youth 8-00: I' M\ Pearl Harbor.In Tokyo the met N.tur. In ton Jed. th.r. (I. rvt.ntlon ul
spend, It's certain ;you ,won't get K teaspoon celery saltY Casts that my CHUM body-wid dtttrM .
H.ST. the Lffli\\
.I Evening Worship 7:00: P. grand Mob mogul of Japanese I
( sulfer niiKtifag bickioh ,
ins *
hit or may
nough out of them by the teaspoon pepper .
who language uf .tn. ,
0 radio a Nip spoke many p rilit0nt hes4s.'iue,ait nek* dti M I
rounded F.UWAHO'TIIOUC
miss method. Cut a half-inch slice from n.... 'II..1.. J. Marpkr. .'....>r fluently including several gwtting up nlitkiij wwUlngt. putHnMiundur aU $1.,1
_liwl tired rvou 1
values end of egg; Cut a saw tooth edge the ytj n
Keep on the lookout for point Temple Atenae with which fiasco was familiar
which around white. It desired. Remove Early SIa. 11:00 A. M. The to with worn Frqij.nt out. acanty or burning pawnga* Under the Rationing Program I
may; change-they; vary Jap refuted convene
from month to month and sometimes yolk carefully. Press yolks and biti : 1)1111.Man.. 9.0O SerIre.Sunday : A. .M. Haeto in any of the tongues they a,.. sometimes or fal dd r further dl.turbanoi..vld.uo. ul kid You are allowed 3 !

change during the month as the pub. of leftover whites through sieve 4,2r 4// Week Day Mass 8:00 A. M. undertood. He intittedon having n Tb y recognised: : ::: and proper treatmaotU fairs or Shoes Per Year. ,

IIc'. buying habits are watched. add remaining ingredients and beat KI%GIII'EV -'-..;KB: n\PTl.TItev. her remark translated into get a diur.tio rid of xo mvdlelna.fjfj. pnltunou to bjp( body the kidneys west*. Let Us Make Your Old :2 "

Haphazard meal-plan. until light and fluffy. Refill shels.using II. 4.iL. .' :i.Yr II. M. Tlllnan. .'...... .... One of hi* henchmen explained U*. t>oan': PtJls. fhy have had more .t,'
shopping pastry tube for decorating toP. /L.IL.II.i.y: Services Every: HundayHunday '. to Sign later that the high than forty yuara of' pubUo' approval. Are Ones Like .New
"Ing and carelessness about the : : : : : 14J 8< hool-10 A. ).t. QdonHrd tn* ountry ovr. Insist oa
health of the family If desired. Morning Wor.blp-. 11 A. H.rrr mogul was *o proud of being a Japhe />**...'*. Sold .t all drug atoraa.DOANS .
I':" j:".,-' ol Boll macaroni In'salted water according 1' :::: :i'f Yf would not condescend to speak i.; THE
:
N are o.ut ,METAi. GOSPEL
I"f' '
to directions on package. a foreign language.
; \ .\ I date The homemaker T\I" II''Ii AC',.: PILLS ELECTRIC SHOE SHOP .

>''A '3.U must be Drain rinse then drain thoroughly.Marinate .. Worship It.Tlbl. Hervlce, each Lords Day, Captain dark Cable Is off to thewars : Arrosn ..'..... Park. Theatre
dressing f 11 A.
little trench .
A alert and vigilant with a 'S"hnol-8 P. MKvanirellKtlc abroad, bat his turtle necis t '

before then chilL S..rvlc.-8 P. MTuenday awealer Is richl here In America,
now as never Bible Study 8 P. M. In !
stock -
and save
drain
I to make ol ,Cook peas. !Million; lieU.Wedn..eIity'hIIiren'. lit. latest *t'le for the Amcrlcnngirl.

her family the for soup. Marinate peas in trench < Rlbln Le.. Irene M- -M's executive d...

'C strongest and dressing. son and Choral-Victory. Work-4 prayer P. M.Thumrlay Uroup. signer, Is ...... Cable' famed high

1- I -... healthiest possible To make salad heap macaroni in -:3 P.Y//, necked knitted sweater a* a pattern

. center of dish.. Alternate deviled I Frlo1ay-Evanll'ell.Uc 1'oI.ellnlJ-8 for a new college __ fa.hlon., June
\unlt-for Is
long America.a healthy' America a eggs and radish roses around edge '& ,/r-7-i 5sy'; p. 101.,, Allycon who snake her .cro B debut -'ne.---

pressing them into macaroni.Fill runic ..op "lIn''T in MBct Fool forward" wear It
Lamb is fairly easily obtainable One fleck. "'.., of laloa tlm* blue -
with a border o peas between eggs Ntetlna under a Jumper drees of light

meat and second to pork. richest and macaroni. fly... H. ('<.nl.r RviinicellKt. flannel. -i ;
SOUrCe of thlamln-our morale'vita.. Bible 10:00 'F :
Iu\tynr: 1'totl.A.; M. .
mln. Very Uttle. If any. lamb is : IN ( ...rl..r roi .. apron
M I
EveningVornhlp T-SO: P. -. ,
being sent to the armed forces and Bible Hi tidy WednenJay00: P. MNlnetyU ;; ;\\r.: FLOHIUAl IN CtA. I --

Allies, and that means.It is for cl- ll,,w svlne: Plaintiff, VK. Ttof"e .*. .
Ulan use. cents eat of Levin, l.'fnditnt. Cane No. 2597. ?(; 3'i-.i'
OHOEK OF1 PUBLICATIONANI 1&
Baked Lamb Loaf. 'j. every dollar goes for War > NOTICE TO AfFBAH I *
STATE OK FLORIDA tot KOI C 4-o- '
j
(Serve .8 to 10)) 8-16 yrs. expenditures. Levine, whoa realdeno I I. Unknown
Iii .ssed The other four .
pounds ground lamb -
|
cents goes forOerernment You are required tt appear' on
}Iii> cups bread crumb Pattern No. 8402-Just a* sweetas ', Aua-UKt 23rd., 1(41. In the above 4 -
I cup i milk can be for the 8 to 16-year-old. named Court and cause, wherein I
and .- "as I plaintiff seeks divorce Bradford
I Clinging basque toP.-full skirt expenses
IabIepo005' minced green pepper County Telegraph ahall publlHhthla u
and yards of ric-rac. rer FrMdora'i. Sake tunai." I
i IbIep0005 yards Order In next four weekly
chopped parsley .* Pattern No. 8402 is In sizes 8. 10. l I..u.

tablespoons grated salem 12. 14 and 18 years. Size 10 takes iv cinriir rorRT. BUADPOHIJCOl Witness my hand and official'
39-inch material. 'IWTV' FI.UIilU IN CHAN. meal. at flmrke, Florl... t h I. -
2V4 yards cicssvF'lpr.nce : July 2lt. 1)43.OFF1ClAEEAf.. i
Palmer P t" I nttff, .... ( .) AI. Thomaa.
( Defendant, ca.. >a Clerk of laid Court. Enough to Go Around 3
'
dlI9talmar. fltark Tlorlda
Lynn SaysJVegetables No. T E. K. Ferryman" -
.. C OP PUBLICATION Atty. for Pit. 7-Jj 4C .-ia oldie furore
OKUER
doa ,
Ifa.- AND NOTirR TO APPEAR Now for th* irit dm In yeses, to the problem v

Fre'h! : To those of -I] STATE OF FLORIDA to: Oral IN IRr"IT rni'iiT. p"ADroRU furmars sod maaufatturtri too. W* feel that the people who
you ... d.ne. I. Un-I IMf ('Ia1.: both
accustomed to using canned AddrmiNam Palmer, whose ( OI'NTV. "LUK'U'I Job to do can
h the producing
poiiibl *"e
the
known. i.Rtr.Velmn: work for biggest i imltkae.
getables and learning how A main dish salad that' a meal you are required< to appear on I IAo..u.t Keen.. Plaintiff .... A Ih.rtK..n can about th* contribute a lot to the solution of
many they serve these hints are macaroni, deviled Ur"un,. In the above Dnfundant.. Case No 257H.OROEK yield without thinking "
liven In Itself Includes named Court and eau... wherein. OF PUBLICATION This yea they can fell all, those problems. ( .
on how many fresh vegetables and a rug .ef freshly coeked of paper plaintiff peeks divorce and r...tora- AND NOTICES TO APPEAR
. will serve: eggs a good quantityof tlon of Maiden name Bradford KTATR OF FLORIDA to: Albert they Can produce. And we hope that TOVtOObtU, r
peas. This supplies Pattern No__ 8'- County Tel.nraph ehall publish thl* I Keen, whose residence In 108\Vj 8. look this condition ,
Asparagus:. One pound yieldstwo protein to build and repair body Order In' next four weekly I l.st uen.Wltnean Jackson HI., Albany Oeorirla.I As things now, ss you are with growing more

cups cut, serve three to four. food with that my hand anJ official You are required. to appear on U due to keep up for torn food than this country's ever pro
tissues and gives Send IS cent (a mote (far seal at Srarke, Florida this July AuruMt 23rd.. 1941 In the above Its
Beans green or yellow: :yields stlck-to-the-rlbs quality.sMarmalade each pattern desired to- 17th. 1)43.OFFICIAL. I named Court and wherein' lint, but w* cane count oo duced will be turning theseproblem
!three to three and one-half cups. ( SEAL) A. J. Thr>maA I plaintiff: dink divorce, Cuatody of lasting lore"er. ..0rrMmektdf la mind. For if I 1.
serves Bavarian. Clerk of said; Court.tS. : Child and Support. UrnrtforilCounty *over your -
four or five. Patricia Dow Patterns I .hall. "ml1l./II.'s w.rl So .
K. P..rryman, Iark. Florida., Telegraph puhllwh vault a ," Americas farmers sod lD.awac.c.ra.ctad
Beets: One Serve 6) 7-ia 41 8-U Order In next four weekly
pound yields three ( Atty. for Pit. ; this that everybody coo-
to four gelatin SO* W. rise SL., Mew r.... IV. r. 1..0.. h's high dm working together. can'tgave
servings. Use young beet 1 package rangeflavored lye riRrriT roi'iiT.. Bn,npnRH WitnesS my official\ that is "erWrcur.n.
aOIOI'tt: the richest
reens as vegetable tool'Broccoli 1% cop hot water rot' TV.. Fi-oniut ix I.'H"%.'' seat A, gtarke,. I hi thought to keeping find a wsy to keep

: One pound serves K teaspoon salt SCHEDULESouthbound r !Rr. Butler Plaintiff I v.. July 1 19th. 1943OFFICiAL HKAI.) .A.I. ThomasAu some { country oo esrth producing '
th
four TRAIN '" Marion Eu *ne ( running iftcr war. I
to five. 54 heavy cream"i Ilarien Butler. Defendant. Case Clerk of said l Court things enough for everybody and let the -
Cabbage shredded cop marmalade 2595. T Frank drum,' You'r busy* know. So sri .
elds : One pound ; > cup orange Add NO. lot-9.B5 A. M.Na. No. ORDER PCTBLICATIOV: Atty. for Plf. 8tar7-i'so'J\ thing right producers make a U"ln.10 th*
three and one-half in hot water. w*). Th Important
cups Dissolve gelatin AND NOTICE TO APPEAR -if they ctn'l. why then,
,
one pound cooked three. until cold and syrupy. : 191-11:15: P. M. STATE OF FLORIDA to: Marian I* rinrriT ('fliRT. IIR'D"ItRI aow is **log that the*'( enough process
serves salt. Chill until No.1 -11:40: P. M. Butler whose residence la Un. ('OIT' TY. FLORIUtl IM: 11.11- arouod. But'who; can? Gttrl Elettrfe .c.+
Parsnips whipped only to go "
: Four medium sized Fold In cream. known. CKH1T.flam of everything ,
foots make a pound,.serves four and shiny.but not stiff. FoldIn NorthboundNo. You are required to appear on Benjamin Kohn Plaintiff v*. we've been devoting a tittle sitea S4ssuta.sd.a: N. Y.
to flve. thick 2-4:46: A. M. Au u.t X3r4.. 1949 In the above H.rtle Kuhn. Defendant.. Case No. TsIbar.ICI.u'rwe"Sn. ;
marmalade.Lynn named. Court and caua*, wherein G..I IIHIf' ,..Iepragresw
Peal: One welcome: you tolubmit No.: 192- :21'A. M. plaintiff eeeka divorce. Bradford 2593RPER!: OF PU"LI"TI01'1 user 14. 5V15U4J5'
pound gives two Chanbtn W.rIJ ase,
rvlngs.. your houuhold queries to her No. 32-1:13: P. M. (Petersburg County In Teletrraoh next tour shall weekly publlKh. ImuieaWltnea this. STATE AND NOT1CK OF FLORIDA TO APPEAR to-' nettle ", If ,... BJrT- NB<:-"TI.Brr CBS Tsdf,-

Spinach: One pound serves problem cl: tic:. Send your letters to '.Va. and beyond) Order mr hand aol official Knhn whoa* renldnc la.. 47 Pitt 6J4J,."

three to lour.h her et W."."* PI tun paper Union. 119 No. 44-2:30 P. M. (Peterburgr Heal at 141",,,.k., Florida I h I. Htro You' '. New are required York City to, ,New appear orokAUllfu..t MIT WAJI' IONOI'GENERAL.E ,'

Turnips: One"pound 'yields South Deipltunet S"...,. Chieego IIHaoi Va.. and beyond) JulY OFFICIAL"th. MEAL) ) A.I. Thomas. 23rd.. .(43. In the abov
la dflCIOw1l.id"a'i '' a ifvnp4. A. Clark of .al<1 Court. named Court and cause, wherein
ree Don't forget P. M.Wannre ECTU1Ceeaa'C&l
to four servings. entflane for your reply.Itelen No. 103-6.05: ,.. Frank andruro.. St.rk"1 FloridaAttY plaintiff poek dlvorre. Bradford

/ M Mr w. *.rw Mewsoaoer u.uoll.Jf Breach to Bell, Fla for Pit. 7-13; 4t 5.21 County Telegraph shall Bubllah I II ,IflRADVORD

I No. 101 leave Starke 7:00: A.. 1C. .
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PAO5 EIGHT BRADFORD COUNTY VELKORAPH. STARKE, FLORIDA 4 FRIDAY.. Jrr .
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ton, D. C. ford County, Florida, In chancery, -
Pine Level Revival Week-End RevivalAt Baptist W. M. S. I Vou are required to appear onAugust by Peter Shandrownky. the name
26th 1843. In the above named being a suit for divorce, and you
Nears Close Kingsley Lake The regular monthly business Court seeks and divorce.cause Bradford, wherein County plaintiff are the C : tbf required.said,I ut'y-file written with

and Service Telegraph shall publish this OrderIn appearance (personally or by
The Rev. W. E. Hall, pastor, 'rhe Rev. Jeff Moore Is con- meeting Royal program next four weekly l I. uee. attorney) In said suit qn or beforethe
states that "The Revival at Pine ducting a weekend series of revival of the Baptist W. M. S. Witness tiy,.,hand and official 3rd. day of August, A. D.'1B43 said l
and thereafter to file with
this
seal at Xtarke Florida July
Level Church In progressing: very meetings at the Klngsiey will be held In the Church Monday 28th. 1943. Cleric your written' rrt.'Ir an W A.NTEDMAN
nicely with good attendance and Lake Baptist Church, starting last afternoon at 3 o'clock. Circle (OFFICIAL '8tAU! .rk of*.aid J. ThomaAeX'l Court.. ,' suit to the at the bill time of prellcrl..d,, :.: by law.said

Souls being saved at almost every night 'and closing Sunday night. Three will present the program. W. C. HardenV. Daytona Beach Herein. fall not or Judgment will
service," The services start at 9 o'clock. r .Fla. Atty., for., Plf.. 7.80 4t 8dI4 be entered against you by default
There will be an all-day meeting -- '' Tlte Bradford- County Telegraph,
The Rev O. E. Hodge of :
circulation
TRIO riRrriT roi'it'r ovFMmiltt. a newspaper of general
NOTICFI
Beaver Street B apt let Church with dinner on the grounds Sun- A meetingwill 1 KKiMTH JII1IC1*!. published In Bradford County, Flor.
will each an Monday.; August 16,1uh.l1 riH<'( J'r ''\1 AMI> von J""U- Ida l I. hereby. designated a* thenewspaper
Jacksonville preach css.i t('iIlY. In which this notice 35 TO 50
day.The 10:00: o'clock a. m. In the office of FORD t'ot'i'lT''V YEARS
evening at 8:00: o'clock. He will : visiting ministers will also the Superintendent off Public Instruction 'T: : I. hall l>,, published. once a week for OLD
series of at for the purpose of ex- THiFtPIrInNbRU 3:SKY .' ".. four rruVilcatlonii prior to the said. 5!
morning usln'g. conduct a meetings
preach Sunday "a plalnlny the Increase' In proponedexpenditure \ : } r 23rd day of.August A. D,, 143.WlTfCKSSf .
his Subject, '. "Is :This The LastWar the Evergreen Baptist Church : for the 1943-44 fiscal A.mJ'1.SttJ'NDROWS1U' i I': .. .. myliand anti the eal' '. "'
And Will It.Result In The starting Thursday,. August S and a* Defendant if' of said Court at Ktarke, Bradford
son r'I e tY"3.edoYa 1"te.tnr":; 1 Invited ,_____.______ ---.--------- I County Florida, title 22nd day of For Responsible Office
', Sacred .Coming Of.'Our Lord. closing the following Sunday. to attend I ORDER'OF'pURLICATiOY- July, 1&43. Position
Following?,..Mgrnlngr S e r vice W E MIDDtETON1, .if't' AND NOTICE TO APPEAR A. J. Thomas.Aa. ,
dinner/with Superintendent of Public In- 'PO..AJN'A..s" { ( Y,:,<,Ro.- 11'. Clerk X>f the Circuit Court _t r.
there will be a basket ,Tubb Leaves Starke truo. 7-30 3t S-1S D. Ro.41.t8! ')5IWI'DlJi.W.; : JEHF + IirBF.sdfnydCounty, -florid", ,"nir'Baxtei'A :' -Musi" M.rishiBei-: ;
baptism at 3:00: P. ,M. at Crosby I. ,1,1 I JIIY. .1..' ,I' ;'J" '", ( .. '\-1'' References As 1'L:
Lake, and ,preaching at 5:00 P. For Alabama USO \\ I x 'cmrt'iT-ootfRT. BRADFORD i > YOU ARB' "H1HtE! Y' NOTITIED'fHat ClaytSn *i' 4. -. '"I
'. {'o"'%Tr, FLOHIUAI' CHANKHY. : a cult nan been filed agalnatyou Attorney for PlalhtlftPubll.h.d ,
t M.. by' Dr. Lodi .JEnUrolnger'; ofJaCksonvltit. < I In the circuit court for Brad 7-Z3 4t 8-18
Paul H. Tubb who ha been< ::
Chance Ernest Lederer, Plaintiff, Is A Bonded Positions
men's program director at the "... Melvena Elizabeth 4erer. De .
Service men are especially InvIted Starke USO-YMCA since Decem- (""dant. Cane No. 2607. f. j':1::1:' ", pi; r3 L4;)J.'
ORDER PUBLICATION } ., r :) .I. !*.. V ,
: fro
to these services .
: /; ; ber, left Monday to take up his AN NOTICE TO APPEAR :
11. new' duties 'as director" 'of the dilliabeth' STATK OF Lvderer.FLORIDA whose to:residence Melvena I i w- :wW JJ iM'a. j 1 "-.J" 'I' ,i" ,5' 4lit!

Montgomery; Ala, unit, of this IB Riff'* Road, Route 1, Hyatts- I, '

organization, Y; lIe You, Maryland.are required to appear on A .YnJ Good Position For The Right
1 He has been succeeded in Starke dust 30th., 1943. In the above namexi ur.acq Man
Court and cause whereinyluln- >
FOR ACID INDIGESTION by Lumbert Johnson, who was tiff. ceeki divorce shall. puhllnhthis Bradford CountyTelegraph Order A *,. : ,.

here a.fewweeks( ago for a periodof in next four -weekly I limutn.VVItnexii > .
training with the local unit Mr, G ny hand and official r tlytr Ntl), r.e
'
seal at Htartte,' Florida, this July I
Johnson comes directly from the :20th., 1943 .. )
USO-YMCA school In New York A. J. THOMAS H. C. WALLA I
X* Clerk of said Cnnrt. .. '. ... '. See'a
r' .
City OFFICIAL BEAT) '. I" !f..; ;
(
.a... .
Knl..ht 8 Knight, Ntarke, Florida : '_''''' ;tr .A ..t'. 'I; .- ," ; ;r/li/ 1ft:
ttys. for Pit. 7-30 4t 8.20 ) 1
New Arrival 0. 6. WILLIAMS Orange Lines
gency.Constant Inc.BlandingCenter
,,
iv "TR..t.T roriiT. DR.\urOHD
50c' -- ,
Mr. and Mrs. William C. Powell CIH'\','y. fl.OHIU IN {'''''N-

announce the arrival of a 'ton, tfmbwito"Daniel t 4alY. *, Plaintiff VS.Bgn.s .. ,, Service Over 5o-"Years. '. : For Appointment
Alachua, Florelll panlele. Defendant.. .' : ,,_ V. ; -. .9 .
the
Carpenter's Drug Store I'Thursday morning in Case No. 2608.ORDER ; " County Hospital Gainesville. OF PITRLIOATTON' ., .', *,\ i' .4 i
AND NOTirB TO APPEAR Please Phone 146
STATE OF' FLORIDA to: Agnes ?.'
Florolll, Dnnleleii, whose residenceIs
IOU 7th Street, N. W., Washing ,
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WANTED, male-man for WANTED "
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j operator at the Light plant, pre- Listings on apartment, hoiiaes or _.or ; I> __ fM .

ferably one with some mechanl- home for rent, located within 20 ': "
cal experience. Berry Johns, miles of Starke "
tUtility Superintendent. T-23-2t 119 East Call Street ,,

W. T. CLUTE Realtor BI
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FOUR COTTAGES for sale on lot ,

183 x 780 Road 28 to Keystone, WANTED-OU phonograph rec- .0"" I.

3 miles from Starke.-..-Inquire orej 3c per lb. None withpaper. .

Owen 'Ang e 1 0 s Place, across Phone 179, Pal .Music

from Coca Cola Co 7-23 2tp. Co., Starke, Fla. tf

FOR RENT-Large 3-roora furnished ..
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apartment to responsible milk: \ cows), stock cows, beef cat 4'. ... ..
party, resident, who -.. a' w 4 Y""'"
permanent
.tUi ;lock- bulls or hogs, get In r' <-\,: ""r' ", A JIr "!' tl
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will manage; renting of rooms. t
touch' '-with J. D. Odom, Jr., : :;
Available Aug: 8. Reasonably
k' C priced. Write p O. Box 329, Box 247 Starke; Box :204 Lake '... .
: Starke, Fla! 7-23 2t City; Telephone 481 Lake City.
.Auction market every Tuesday rr S. 1:1 ,
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,, FOR RENT-Rooms with or Lake.Clty, 2:30: ; every Thursday r J

wlthout' private baths, on Lake Palatka, 2PM. 1-6-44 "" "...

Sante-J-.. -eante.Fe-. Inn,. Mel
SALES GIRLS WANTED". full
rose, FlL')( ')!-. ', l-23-2t: time and part time. Apply P.S. -

WANTED!: TO RENT-Permanent Stores,' Blanding"' Center. it

business couphideAjrea furnished

house or apartment P. 0.., Box FOR.: SALB-rl double. \ven coalor ....
; 683, Starke Fla. tit .tt wood; burning.,,hotel. range,' ": r -.. ',. -
I like new ; icebox, capacity '
PINETTE SET for lisle. Fractl, 200;Ibs. good conaitKUti; .1 O-lb.
cally new. Inquire Lt. TJ, walnut fce box for bar. Santa

Szott, 872 F, A. Bn., 66th Dlv, Fe Inn Melrose, Fla. 7-23-2tp

Camp Blandlng D-12 Kings ,, jr r
ley Lake Villa e, itp BASSINET1 FOR" S.\LE-Mrs. Hi; :
r' I L.. Thuesen, Berryman Court "

1 GIRL WANTED for light house 'Apts. n ... ,
work and lo< raind; 6-year-old .
child WIll4' 'drnllllh"room. and FOR RENT-one 3-room furnished ... .
I bo rd.-'-A"pipTy )drs:; Frledler; ,house,- $18 mo. Several furnished .

; Rogers Jewelry-Store. It apts. $3.50 to $4.SO per I .-
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week.-L., B., Jordan 2 12 mi. \ :" s',111 ..' ,Nt n.. -r: f'Yg1sr' .

FOR'SALE Both highway' front from Starke, 800 yds. to rightof .J.t.ISlrlf.ilil'ti.. .
; age and lake frontage, including -
highway leading to B Gate, .
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some good building lots. Or Camp Blanding. Rt. 2, Box 304. '
will ,exchange: for building lots 730'3tpFOR *#''j 4

In Starke, W.' S. Sibley :The- :; He Is Sound /
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ressa_ Fla ,, itp SALE-3 Jersey milk cows, a acid Sue>m ) ::
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milking now.-See Fred Hai- .. ,
ROOMING HOUSE FOR SALE- lop. Rt. 2. Box 177, Starke. Itp : ,
SIX rentabiVroorns,, new furniture '
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Building'on ;yean- old. .FOR RUNT: : > ; "
Income "approximately 3600. Four. -bedroom, com p letely furnished eluI'aJlSiuess '
Hot watery.(em.. 0..'heat.r. house two miles from :
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In each:roottii Sacrifice:n. OO Starke. __________ $83 ,, ... 'It" "'I" '1k .,

for Insmedfate"-' See Alan Four-room unfurnished house "t' ..: ,, ..
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Roth 'HI Hat Tavern,. 205 B. 1 1-' miles from Starke ._ $40Tworoom :.. ". :" .i. .:'

Call St. Itp cabin partly furnished >;, .. .; ... .,'"., '" Man ''' ..
3 1-2 miles '. '
from Starke. _.- $29 .
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ST4\Lt.t\ .,*etvl pen Two-bedroom apartment, close la. r" ': 'F '. j,. t
.: .!; James Pace, _______ $60. 0 1"111' '
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'Your, p'atudlo" Itp W. T. CLCTE, REALTOR .. -. : '; '' "J'", .. .,.,.. '.._ ', ..l-.1.1"-4 fUh.., .

t FOR SALE -Ioe box, '70 Ibs. ca- FOR SALE A good 1-horse : :: i.

pacity; double ,bed with, mattress wagon a bargain. W. 8. Sibley, ;: ; ;: Who. Will Bring His '; ,

; baby bed with mattreiss; Theressa. Fie ltp : : : Years oE- r : ;

porch swing with 2 steel chairs; ., roe -... .
RCA radio, table. model; small FIVE-ROOM HOUSE for rent, 4 "'7/' ." '. u( t..]. tJ.ot:
'g-lrlV bicycler 'Call at 326 N. electric lights. Road 48,2 1-2 : r/ .Lo.: .t..

Walnut. Itp miles from St.rke.-A. F. : .
Murrhee, Box 300. Sip : Experience to the ,< j' ',

FOR SALE..-'ConverUble baby BEAUTICIAN senior o r junior .'. Adminjsfral 1fQlQ

carriage, practically: new. Call operator, needed at once. No .. l. I .
before', Saturday. Berryman 'license required. ,Apply Camp ; ; > : :: ; L'tion".oE .'- !

four 1, Apt.. 1. Itp Blanding Exchange, Camp Blin: ,: : Starke's AffairsEEl: :"

ding. Fla. 7-30-2t. .. .
LOST -One r jl) and black spotted I : ;
low pig about two months old. POSITION WANTED, f. m a l.d: '.. --" .. ...:..,. '. ', ', t JSl, .". ,:.,. r .I. ., ...",, '
If anybody sees It, please notify High School graduate -desires "i .t. :,,$!:<. itf-: 'J.. '. ,7 i.t' I \."t... .;,..t'"' ';'"' 'J A':"' _.
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,.y Eddie Norman at Stevens' position! an typist. or general .
pecan grove, route 2. box 158, office worker. Write or seeMra. : I

Starke, Fla., and receive re- Nate Dyal, Graham Fla. .,> : 19 .. '-I -M/r' ..-
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1 LOST -Small brown package, FOR RENTFurnlshed cottages For By Friends of Bill' Carnasion Who Are i'II' 1
and apartments, complete with Interested In A''
wrapped addressed and Having
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BuaineaimAf iead of
showers, running water, Iceboxes t
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for.mauing.Watch Inside. Ee- '. .. ,f f >
Cooking and t
heatingfacilities. : t
ward. Mrs.. Don Ctummer, S12 ; -r, : Starke's Government .. K r'rR.1r "" "
-D. A. Judd, Twin -
M1 W, Madison .St'. Jtp PIne' Camp. 11. mi. 'north of ., .

Starke on Road 48. Itp? . .,. _
I.OST"r-e white a'n d" black'Plded| ;j''fit !,-. ; n "

crippled hound. Please returnto WANTED-LAWN MOWER. E.

P. S. Denmark and receive J. DAHMER, 110 East Call St.
|5 reward. Itp HP

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