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

r Camp Blanding This Side of Heaven

County Established In 1877 _

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ee More Hats From Anders Gauda Back, :anal; I I NHA Announces Camp Blanding To Be Used i

Wounded In ActionJames .

lo Ring (Red)) Anders, who was Choice ,of Sites As Infantry Replacement Center

among the first Marines to land
on Gaudalcanal and who was 1
f' City For Housing UnitsTwo
wounded In some of the mow I I

desperate fighting of the war 1 Ir Cadres ArriveTo
the Pacific arrived In Jacksonville Lex :Green Announces For Governor
'M more add candidates 1 tlon to the for Saturday for a visit with his- I 20-acre tracts of land have Definitely

list of been selected sites for the 20C
U announce- parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. J.
j, of Starke City one Council and Anders andtreatment white family units and the '18C Congressman R. A. (Lex) my Intention to be a candidate Organize ;

., for the office of City Marsha] a I tf, '. '' negro family units to be constructed Green of Stark- this week definitely for Governor of Florida In the r
[for the the Naval Air announced, that he would Democratic primary next May. I
\ developments of the, week In and near Starke bj;
become the Base hospital. seek nomination in the Democratic his feel that If elected a* Governor, New SetUpCamp
fair to the National Housing In x
bids Agency
Ut elector The :Anders! Primary next' May for Governor I may be of greater service to .
contested city the near future. The 20 acres
i potty- family 'have!( of the State.of Florida. our state during the reconstruction 1
In Starke In' recent chosen for the white family unit "
i held long been! The announcement comes as no period following the war. I Blending Is now In the
consists of 10 acres Inside the
reside n t. of, Hr surprise in hi*,borne town where am returning to the people> of .. process of conversion Into an
native olxt city limits and 10 acres or
irles A. Darby a Lawtey but. t Just friends have for some tim4f been Florida the high office of Congressman I. R. T. C. (Infantry Replacement .
| and partner In A. M, moved t oL the outside In the southwesternpart aware that Lox "had his eye" on without stain and with Training Center), according to

1/1 store announced his can Jacksonville :' of the city. Approximately; the Governor's \'Mansion In out tarnish. It advanced by themto unofficial spokesmen arrivinghere

L for the office of mayorlu ay two acres were purchased from Tallahassee.Born the Governorship of our state this week with cadres from
lerved the past two years year,or so ago! y, Edward Burns, seven acres from
In the New River sectionof I shall do all within my powerto Army camp in Georgia and
Uie City Council, but refused for the con- Jos. E. Wilson and one acre from Bradford County 51 years ago Justly and properly d1achug. South Carolina assigned to the

m for that office again this venience. Mr. Anders, who Is.i a Mis. Virginia Torreulla south ol (before this county was dividedto the duties 0 f Chief Executive. Job ,of setting up the necessary
He did not seek the mayor- railroad employe. However, they Madison St., and between 'West make Union, County) Congress t Among. the goals towards whichwe organization.
j but was "draft- still consider Lawtey "home" and moreland St., on the east 'and shall
nomination man Green was graduated from work are: According to the general understanding -
I by his,, many friends, to be- expect to return to their place the corporate limits on the west i the Lake Butler high school the i "1. Win the war and peace following a replacement center I.a Is
candidate. there some day. It can't be too Ten acres were purchased from It. Restoration of the
a University of Florida and studied 1 been of outstanding Importanceto camp where men receive several -
II week's newcomer In the soon to'suit Red. Miss Amy Coburo adjoining these I law at Yale,, being admitted to the State of Florida and the rights power, duties and functions months of basic training before

j of candidates for City Coun- Young Anders then a Junior properties on the west' but Just the Florida and/ United States Nation as a whole. Legislation I of the state, and restoration being sent to different outfits '

|u w. E. (Ed) Torode Jr.. at B. H. S., Joined the Marineson outside the city limits. Supreme CourWBars., He taught Introduced by him led to the and maintenance of local where additional manpower la

was born and reared In July 17. 1941., He was sent The 20-acre site for the 180 In the Florida public schools for establishment of the Naval Air elf government. needed.In .

a He Is I a graduate 'ot Into the Pacific and did his part negro units Is barely outside the several years before starting on Station and its auxiliaries In the "2. Equitable and Just taxation. an effort to Interpret the effect

S,, and worked with his:: to' mow down plenty of Jape city limits, Just north of Renoon his political career as a member vicinity of Jacksonville; the gum Wise economy In state govern that this change in tb. Blan ;

r In the Torode Chevrolet when,,they kept swarming out like the west side of the old Law of the State, JLeklslature from turpentine and forestry experiment ment. A progressive and businesslike ding set-up (previously used for

[ until the, latter' death in bees. Red's arm was Injured by toy road. Ten acres were pur Bradford County..!, station at Olustee; the U. S. a d Intstratlon. Advice training of Divisions) will have

when Ed assumed full concussion when the impact of chased,from Mrs. Mattie Gahagan Since he, wu1'-years, ,of age I Veteran's Facility at Bay Pines counsel and suggestion on' the Starke community an unofficial -
of the buslnes an exploding bomb threw him-and and 10 acres from J. A. Coburn. he has beenI' ptemberof the and many Federal buildings In the will be desired and sought from spokesman stated that

lice Chief A. L. (Loazl)) the other men with him out of Under the direction of- C. B: Baptist Church"and ha* been active Second Congressional District. Asa Industrial business, labor educational the town will likely have to care

ft. who has held ,this 1m- I their gun emplacement. Also hla Carrtgan. regional land advisor la civic atfttlbuslnes* Affairs high member of the House agricultural war veterans for a large number of "settled"

jit post for the,, past, 20-29 ankle was crushed when a gun from the Atlanta office of, the of this commu y. HI wife Is Rivers and Harbor Committeefor patriotic and spiritual Army Instructors and their fami-

i, announced for reelectionweek they were moving up an Incline National Housing Ag ncy.W. T. the former Mas Bessie. Luclle the past many years he has leader We will have, In fact lies, as well as for the constant

| and will have' an op- slipped and fell on him. However Clute realtor assisted by another Harris of Gainesville, and they been instrumental In the development an administration of state affairs flow of a large number of new

ot In the person of Ben C.ndort. he Is now able to walk local man., were the appraisers of have two sons and'one daughter of Florida's rivers and harbors by th.'people of Florida. recruits through the Camp. '

who baa been a without crutches or a ..cane.I the white properties which aver While 'serving In the Legislature and inland waterways sys "3. Maintain and expand gains It Is generally believed that the

r of the police force for After a leave of 30 days to be aged $265 per, acre. Jos. E. Wilson Green was speaker' pro tern- tem. He has championed the already made by Florida's citrus flow of new men will have a I

I put *lx year. Mr. Holtzen I pent' with his family Red will local real estate and Insurance pore, and was also elected County cause of security for the aged; h o r 11 cultural, vegetable, stimulating effect on business, aa t 1

f wu born In West Florida enter the Naval hospital In Jacksonville man assisted Mr. Clute In Judge of Bradford County priorto aid to war veterans and their dependents sugar. aDd general farming In. newcomer usually visit town more

I has been in Starke for 'the I for treatment.Daugherty appraising the negro acreage his election to Congress. For ; farm relief; develop dustries." frequently than men who have n

80 years. which brought $100 per acre the past 19 year' he has served ment of business; Internal Improvement 4. Cheaper automobile license been stationed In camp for five

Ill week' entries leave only Croaadell & Young, Jacksonville continuously in the Congress, 18 and was ever a fervent tags. or six months
: unopposed candidate in the Begins engineers are surveying the acre years from the 2nd District and advocate of adequate national "5. Justice and equity for Industry No official Information i
term Congressman and labor-peace, cooperation on any
during his present as defense and He
Carla security.
H election-City Clerk
phase of the change now In -
age.At and understanding.. process I
at Large.He
date the Telegraph has consistently and vigorously
an early ,
be the
c has it that "the old war 30 Year TennErnes. will give In detail the exact plan s dean of""the Florida dele, supported prior to Pearl Harbor "6. Aid ,and encouragement for relation can office given at Standing aa stated public 'I

i"W.,, M. (Mitch. Edwards! ,, .. .. of buildings: to be .erected, to gallon: In Congre*** and, Is Assistant and sine then all legislation affecting war veterans In the establishment Wednesday that It had nothing,
He holds ,
/Whip. of homes
---q. Democratic
for the
ertny candidacy-,for"; the gether with the Government appropriation preparation release at the present time. ,.
., where he ,,once served a* Daugherty 21, who has toward the project. eight Important committee assignments and Its prosecution. His long "7. Harmony and cooperationof
mart been confined In the county Jail including! high ranking service In Congress and particularly the Governor and his Cabinet -

lag Is a list of candidates here since Nov. 25, 1942 for the Police Officers membership on the House Rivers In his capacity a* Congressman Powers, duties and functions Stray Dogs :
have announced to ,date: murder of Dan W Moore and Harbors Committee and chair. at Large has given him of the Cabinet officers f

r Mayor: James F.'"HollingsI. / Theressa farmer and merchant Consign ''Women man of the Committee on Terri an understanding of and appreciation and their department shall not

tA I. D. Wainwright :W., N. on Nov, 21, was taken to the To La tories. of the conditions problemsand be coveted and hampered. They
Nslon: Henry A.. Manassa and State Prison Farm Thursday,'August Shangri During his long tenure la Congress needs, of every part of the hall be cooperated with and Must Be Shot ;.1

Irlei A. Darby. 5, Jo begin his 30 year sentence Ganeral Doollttla and his American he has advocated and participated state. sustained In matters of public r

V City Council: Van H., Car- : aecond-degree murder. bomber crews, who bombed : successfully in the en- At'his home here this week welfare.

l J. L. Silcox L. A.'Rennold H. was sentenced July 20 by Tokyo some months ago had actmeht of legislation which has Congressman Green said: "It Is (Continued on page eight) Sheriff Says f: ;

I W. E. Torode. Jr, Circuit Judge John A. H. Mur- nothing on the Starke Police Department I' '

for City Marshal A. I*. ,Al- phree as a result of the Circuit In the use of "Shangri I CommissionersMet City Officials
verdict of second- J JJ Sheriff A. O. Andreu has put
I and B. C. Holtsendorf, Court Jury's '*a\\" The only difference Is that New Fire Truck
10. The into the hand of the Telegraphan
pnJldatea have until Tuesday degree rendered June General Doollttle and his men Last WeekThe Say HousingNot

., 24, to qualify. delay of the Judge In pronouncingsentenc. used Shangri La as a base from Too Important notice regarding the .(
and In having Daugh which to attack the enemy'whllePolice Board of, County Commissioners CostlyIn quarantining of all dogs in Bradford

,'arty"sent to the State Farm was Chief A. L. Alvarez and Finally .O.K.'d at Its August 2 meeting: answer to the argument of and Clay Counties, and has ,'
wtey Methodist his discontinued Its appropriation of asked that It be given the widest .
because of his appeal through ils men used it as a place to'dump" a few Starke citizens that It will
for a new, trial and, $25 (maximum) per month to the several thousand possible publicity. The placard Is
: attorneys the enemy! cost the City
unday School 10 A. M. Morn. "Federal Works Agency has ap
Defense Council. signed by himself as Sheriff of
been rejected by the County ( the
that having dollars to connect City
Worship 11 o'clock subject four white women and Starke's application for '
his to the State proved The clerk was Instructed to water and Bradford County; John Hall, Sher-
v Shelter". Youth Fellowship Judge, appeal .. five! women In'the City Jail additional fire department equip utility linea-light.,
Court. negro divide equally\ with the Board of sewer-with the 380 family- iff of Clay County; and Dr. Henry .
1 P. M. Evening service 8:30: Supreme a' upersedeasbond for sabotaging the manhood of ment for OO- aUon per -h o u r Public Instruction all fund received new to be Hanson State Health Officer, and
He was granted unit housing project soon
ock" subject "The Way of the Army stationed In this area. pumper", a telegram from Conrreisman the into August
." of $2,500 by the Judge; but from the state during built In Starke Mayor L. A. will go effect Sunday -
Sat. '
-H. H. take themto Lex Green stated
had to '
pastor planned
remainder of the calendar 13.:
being unable to arrange It, he yearto Canova and Clerk Carl Johns .
to the penitentiary to the Women's Detention Camp urday. "Washington offices are supplement race track funds. stated Wednesday that this I I. an "Notice to Dog: Owners," It be-' '
was sent on at Ocala. Arriving In Ocala, however certifying its approval to Atlanta In'' and Bradford
In "All
his 30-year( term. Since no one appeared to pro- error-that the will be : [ dogs Clay
M t The Library begin serving they found that other cities which In turn will advise City test values on the 1942 tax roll negligible."All expense Counties are hereby placedIn

mi: towns were having the same Commission," the telegram con as fixed by the Tax Assessor and do quarantine." It gives as the
we have to Is to run
GIVE US A LITTLE SMILE. Comedy At Florida trouble with women that the tinues. "It was a pleasure to be accepted by the Board these the and reason for this drastic action that
the lines to project ( they
|*BT by an ace newspaper Revolves Around Jtarfce: / area U, and that the Camp of all assistance that I could In I values were declared to be Just are nearly there already), and "'Rabies (Hydrophobia) la becomIng -

fotographer! _Harry J. ColeF was already filled to the brim. obtaining this equlpment'whlch Is I and correct. connect them with the 'master epidemic In Clay and Bradford

>, It's funny. It'. wonder- Autograph Hunters Hence the officers Just got their so essential to the security" of The Board received report of meters'. The bills up will be sent to Counties. It I. necessary

Ms flashlights of famous the teen-age film fan Leads together and took them to Starke and Camp Blan lnl' I the general county audlt dated one person very likely a Government that: troops stationed a t Camp

We are marvelous and lt'. Glorifying Profession", a Shangri La! And that's that! The City Officials of Starke are March 31, which was ordered fil employe", they said, "who landing use the area for 20
Youngest !
'rated with photographs The of the adventures of high, AU women like all men like to be congratulated upon this ed. will In turn see that the Individual miles around the Camp for overnight
drawings famous story masters and decide achievement since they would note hikes maneuvers etc Dog
by car- school autograph seekers opens at to be their own Several outfall ditch easement bills are paid."
made shall and when denied this much-needed pieceof are attracted to marching men.
pHutii. especially for Sunday and ; where they go > received from the
Theatre deeds were
Mbook.WHAT'S. the Florida they shall return. Well a hint equipment but renewed their Large num b e r s of soldiers at

( YOUR NAME by will also be seen. at the midnight to the wise Is sufficient! The application for It time and againafter State Road Department on project No.coveringrightsofway C321,. Kills Big Moccasin Camp Blanding are now takingthe

P"I Adamlc. The author dlsi show Saturday.The cast Includes, ,Vlrglnla women In this defense area must It had been refused the necessary which were ordered recorded at Jim'Forest, Guidon Grill owner Pasteur prophylactic treatment -

* a question which vitally top-notch Edward Arnold either watch their step or, with priority.: After having already county's was proudly d r agglng a' 4-foot for rabies", the bulletin con-

I testa the happiness of the Weldler John. Carroll. the Sheriff, the City Police and been refused',two or tbreetlm.s. the expense. water moccasin around from the tinues. "Our troops while on

Toro of Ame r 1 can. who Marta Lindenlmong and who appear he .State Board of Health deermlned they asked for a 760-gallon A letter was received from Dr. back of his automobile Tuesday. hikes and maneuvers must be protected -
Or the screen stars "with accessories". At J. V. Knapp of the Livestock : from mad dogs".
forelrn-eoUDoilng names: In the film to stamp out the evil pumper He and his negro cook Alex
ether to change or'' not ,to as themselves William Powell they will sure as fate land In the suggestion of the FWA they Sanitary Board to the effect that Morgan found the reptile In his Here follows the quarantine

ge the reasons for andatnat are Lana Turner and 'Shangri!' La"1Yazi renewed their request .this time as soon as a suitable supply of back yard on the corner of Madison order: "All dogs must be
Greer Garcon Robert Taylor bog cholera serum and virus Is for rabies and
l5OO- aUon ((1) Immunized
who should and who asking for a pumper St. and Park Place Tuesday
d not. Walter Pigeon "without accessories", and their available arrangements will be killed\ it with a wear a dated Immunization tag,
morning, and 1
is-seen as theroung Intrigueshown T of the vaccina-
Virginia Weidler made to take care
BIt'lCHLEY BESIDE HTM-. to request was finally granted.Just brick. Jim said there were several or
by Robert Benchley with film fan who sets 'out In Drama when the qulpment will arrive tion work In this county. black 1 snakes around the ((2) Effectively confined withina
the autographs of a quartet Clerk The Board decided to meet fenced enclosure chained.
swings capture is not known. City : or
by he wanted to kill.
Gluyas Williams stars and at the At Park TheatreA 11, at 2 P. M. place
Wednesday August in and
ere, among others, are those of screen father Carl Johns stated Tuesday thatIf E. C. Dukes of Brooker stopped I "Penalty: all dogs Clay
her of considering an
time extricate without for the purpose Bradford Counties not wearing
P rating same it could be secured to state that he killed a
scientific of 1.1
of intrigueind
dint pieces from what she thinks Is an affair dramatic story for bids again It should estimated budget for the fiscal Immunization tags will be shot on t lY
: calling
C Polyp with a Past and The romance with a backgroundf foot rattler last Sunday
secretary. 194344. '
with his pretty not take long. Of course.. If bids year home from light If found running free after
as was going
. Psychology, hla mov- the present war "Squadron
results are highly ludicrous. be called for and time ,. August 13, 1943. Cooperate for
tribute to A Good Old. of X" will be seen at the have to church. It had 9 rattles and a"button"
tfbloned Christmas I The Miss Weldler formerly one Leader Monday taken for advertising etc., it will Soldier Found Dead he[ protection of !our armed forces,
actresses Park Theatre Sunday "
child of the ourselves and our livestock.
the most popular take longer The cost
he rcbTSupper,' Reports turfA Is seen now In "grown up" wardrobe and Tuesday. truck will be between $' .000 and At Putman HallPfc. Sheriff Andreu expressed hia

VARIETY and hair-do, and proves to This film li essentially the portrait $5,000.: Mr. Johns said The ofWaxahatchle. Speaker At RotaryFred reluctance to shoot the dogs, but
Marlon L. Handley
OF WEAPONS and convincing of a Nazi airman. groomedy tales that under the cirouzn-
RutuRt be a charming original request called for a truckto Texas, stationed at Morris Florida Industrial
King takes us to an "ace" ,
the propagandists as an lances there Ii no alternative rf
Jlrondacks Castle where an actress. the of this cost between 'SOOO'and 9000. the Keystone Heights Air Base Safety Inspe c tor. wa gue.tIIpeaker
who beneath veneer these rules are violated.
teeioua new method mur- streak was found dead In front of the at the Rotary Club Wed-
r i.' involved pf Aug. 14 DeadlineFor irrogance has Itself a cowardly when lie has Bicycle StolenA Putnam Hall postofflce on the nesday and gave a brief <|!HCUSslon -
asserts '
new'books which and Palatka road about 20 miles of the state child labor laws.: Jeweler Returns"Bobble" -

kOther are: SLADE ID War-the ,Registration he greatest need of courage vivid red and white Rollfast blcy- : southeast of Starke at 2 o'clock He stated that his department I

: ?e"Plng. by newcomer inIarke pint. The story paints a de without fender, license 1 .098. last Friday morning. It i Is thought rles: to educate employer, in- Cox who was Jeweler
If you are a In the Stateat psychological picture of a has been stolen. Police Chief A. that he must have been killed bya 'ormlng them of the law and getting it Edenfleld's for two months) ,
been tlnd.fhimself
by :Margaret but have 'I airman who unwittingly Alvarez will appreciate any Information >nor to its closing has accepted
''r.I In Starke at' L. ,"hit and run" driver Capt. E. their voluntary cooperation
' DOcrORS Britain
t el'E Y BE- least a year still have t I transported to leading to Its recovery. T. Cohee, of 'the Air Base, stated rather than to reek wholesale convictions a place with The Stag In the same f
t ;FLOWER} Walbridge McCulryr east six months, you with the Identity of a British of- for violations 1 The ocatlon and began/ work Monlay. .
ryr register Wednesday.
Eden Phl11p or THE GODS today and tomorrow the to City election I cer. Recent Births Military authorities, the Sheriff speaker was Introduced by JuliusL. Mr. Cox had been wit' h
f tts. FEMALE can vote In In this Sdenfleld's In Winter Haven for
BO you 14. Returning to the screen Edward and the State Road Patrol are all Thorn chairman of the program
spECIES edited to be held September absence of several Mr. and Mrs. Chas. absenceof leveral months prior to coming
Queen OIL warn"that ilm! after an Investigations Into the committee. In the
y Ha FIGHTING City Clerk Carl Johns I Is Ann Dvorak who is I II Ward Waldo. August 8. boy. making Cohee H. N. Fairbanks president of to Starke. He and Mrs. Cox haven

3 4 R tld L. Icke. and THE tomorrow, Saturday, A huto I I pears favorably remembered b Y film Mr. and Mrs., J. B. Agee, The- said cause of.After his preparing death Capt.his body the club, the meeting was preaided apartment at the home of H.A .

o T MAILMAN by 14, Is the last daYegister on audiences for her fine role inlicarface" esxa. August 8, boy. to his over by Vernon Howard.vlceprealdenL Lawson on Road 13 north of
ore City burial, it was shipped
In the Robert for
Pratt when Is a He wUl be and other hit proJ.ucUoaa. Mr. and Mrs. Anthony own.
da narrative. Hall until 5 P. M. In order to giveeverybody I I Johnson Starke, August 10 boy. home at Waxahatchle. r

a chance ,to register. ,r


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There ford and family In Jacksonville visiting his brother, E. C Long Beulah Harrell
and useful gifts. visited
lovely I
ployment: we have to bring it about by Intentional were 43 guests present, several Mrs. Brown remained for a longer and family. In St. Luke's Hospital Clyllt

The Bradford County Telegraph and deliberate effort. As we con coming from Starke, Alachua and visit. Miss Marian Dowling of Jacksonville vllle, Friday. lit(

ICstefcUsbed: 1811MUMBSR. sciously plan for war production we should La Croaae. Mr. and Mrs. T.V.. Markeywere visited Mrs. E. C. Long Miss Frances nighm
business Fri and family Friday,
In Starke on IWl
expect consciously to plan for peace produc PICNIC ENJOYEDThe Malcolm Harrell and little day for North Carolina i,;

F A1nD4 PmsASSOClA110N"VUNvv..EDn'ORrAL tion." Governor Edison is the'worthy son following enjoyed a picnicat day.Mrs.. Ralph Hazen and daughter, daughter Catherine, and Mrs relatives for two week,

of Thomas A. Edison who gave us the electric Hampton Lake Wednesday Mary Frances, were In Gainesville
SOQ UICki' night: Mr. and Mrs. Tom Stewart
light. He with President Roosevelt on business Saturday.Mr.
agrees Mr. and Mrs. Grady Baxter Mr FUNERAL
C.: L. Matthew* __-____ ZUtGr and Owoet that provision must be made at an and Mrs. Paul Stewart, Mrs. Car- and Mrs. Lloyd Barry and DIRECTOR
In -
Tears Makes
children were shopping My Many Experience It Possible for
SUBSCRIPTION KATE: early date for the future welfare of the Lewis.rie Ingram, and Mrs. Robt. Lewis. Friday. EFFICIENT PROMPT and COURTEOUS SERWrS*

Yearly. $1.78: Six Months. .1.00 veterans of the present world war. Men Sgt. Claude Smith 0 f Camp Cliff Hazen of Alabama Is home MODERATE! PRICES _

like Roosevelt and Edison find it easy to Blandlng was a week-end guest of for a few days. Kelly DeWITT C. JONES
Pvt. Mrs. Talmadge
robUahed Weekly on Friday sod Entered!: .as Beoo Miss Agnes Rimes, and Starke. Florida
agree upon great principles. and little daughter Cella Kay of
ter CU s Matter at tile Port Office at Stmrke Fla, Mr. and, Mrs. Hugh Rahn and week-end
h .. '_ _. .. -u Those who lived in Washington in the daughter Myrna Lou, were week- guests Valdosta of, Ga.relatives.Mr. were.

Club 'Em With Pulpwood early 1920's will never forget the tragediesof end visitors here. and ,Mrs., H. S. Hazen and
those marches by World War veterans Mlas Myrtle, Thomas and Mlas daughters, Helen Jane and Frances -

Farmers of this community can make upon Washington. when they cried out for Ona Mae Starling of Graham visit- Marian were Sunday guestsof Prompt ServiceStarke Careful Dri?
contribution' to Victoryand ed Mrs. Able Thomas Sunday. O. W. Hazen.
another important the bonuses that were due them. They were and children

at the same time realize a tidy sum in but a small minority of the millions of soldiers Mr and Mrs. J. E. Crews and Shirley Mrs. Earle and Gayle Green, Mrs. W. H. Taxi Servi
daughters Bettye and Carolyn of
cash themselves during the slack season of the first World War who had failed Miami\ were Saturday night guestsof Hinton and Mra. W. O. Rimes <

by harvesting pulpwood on their I farms. to pick up jobs and find a way to make a Mrs. Nora Sapp. were week.In Gainesville Thursday of
There is a growing shortage of this material living for themselves and their'',wives and Mrs. George Odom and grandson Mrs. E. M. Hazen Mrs. V. V. Phone 150

which is vital to the war effort, and the children and dependents. Those tragediesof of Punta Gorda visited relatives Hazen, Mrs. J. W. Kelly -and
situation is becoming so serious that the the first World War must not be repeated last week. daughter, Judy Mrs.' Oliver Hayes DayCHEVROLE
of farmer who has a wood lot Misses Ern'eatIne and Marguerite and children were in" Gainesville Nis
help every and those critics who have charged the here for Wednesday of last week.

is urgently needed if this shortage is not President with making a bid for a fourth an extended Smith ofvMlamt visit with are Mrs, Lloyd O. O.. Long of Ft. Pierce .la

to become critical. term should stop to consider that he has Barry and family.

Modern chemistry performs such wonders discharged a duty of his high office. lIe Mrs. S. S. Dekle and Miss Vida

that the pine tree, useful as a weapon has given his countrymen fair warning that Dekle, of Lake Butler, visited Mrs.
Ellis Clemons and family Sunday.
club in its natural state becomesan the demobilized from the armed
only as a persons )Ir. and :Mrs. Richard Ward of

important part of a bomb a torpedo or services must be cared for until they can Orlando visited relatives! for a,

an explosive shell after it has gone through care for themselves.The few days. |

manufacturing processes. In addition I i United States Bureau of Labor Mr. and Mrs Douglas Hardy
and children of Hampton were
pulpwood is employed in making containersfor Statistics says that it may be assumed that visitors here,Sunday.

blood plasma I in parachutes, rayon, service men will return to the States from Miss Marjorie Sue Barry returned -

boxes, and many other war materials. which they were inducted and it gives Tuesday to her after home an In Jacksonville extended Regardless of where you

Practically every farm has some' of this warning to the States that "this assumes visit with her grandparents, Mr.

much needed war material and cutting it that demobilized industrial workers will, in and Mrs. Ov. W. Barry. live. regardless of what make

now will help to relieve the shortage. It is the first instance, constitute a problem for MRS. W.'l;.,BROWN

pointed out too that thinning heavy stands, the States." Funeral services for Mra. W, L. of car or truck you drive regardless

or cutting out odd and misshapen trees will When President Roosevelt declared in Brown. who died at the home of : 5
her sister, Mrs.\ : Ben Gainey Sun drive
improve the trees that are left and give 'his speech that the home front and the day morning at 6:00: o'clock were of where you t.tl

them 'room- 'to produce" turpentine timberor fighting front are "inexorably tied together" held Monday' : afternoon at the p

sawlogs. After the crops are laid by, he stated a stubborn fact. Here is grave with the Rev. Herman 0 t.
Moody officiating. Burial was at
farmers in this county will have a little one time when everyone should agree that Elzy Chapel. Mrs. Brown Is survived
time to harvest this crop in addition to success in battle must be met without "fail by her husband, an infant .\

other trees they wish to sell for pulpwood. ing miserably on the home front" as critics son, her mother, Mrs. Stokes, and p tit CS
several sisters and one brother.
Those who have never sold pulpwoodand claim. That's Democracy-it's not politics.FDR'S Miss Evelyn Crews left Tuesdayfor E \.L \c.\

are not familiar with current prices, Jacksonville to make her home
beet cutting practices, etc., are advised to BewildermentIn Nell.with her slater Mrs.' R. H. Mc .C"tl"CE O

their write the State
county agent or
see pNOF
his last radio talk, the Presidentsaid Mr.: and Mrs. Rufus Allen of
Forester for information. This little pre La Croase were Sunday guests of

caution may be worth many dollars on evena : Mr and Mrs. Albert Surrencyi t'ARSTorode
"I confess that I myself am. sometimes
small plot of woodland.The VISITORS HONORED:
bewildered by conflicting state
Louise Blow entertained
shortage of labor has some bearingon ments that I see in the press. One day Wednesday night, Aug. 4, with a

the amount of pulpwoqd that can be cut, 1 read 'authoritative' statement that party honoring Misses Hazel and

of course. Yet this shortage can be over we shall win the war this year, 1943- Laths MaeuHeard of Bainbridge
'done for Ga.. Outdopf games ,wee played
come In the way'it 'was years by -
the' next day come's'"snottier} statement
the dealer
and later In the evening And there's a Chevrolet
swapping labor, or by community workings.This equally 'authoritative' that the guests were served cake and Ice i

is a matter for each community to cream. Thirty-five guests enjoyedthis
will still be him
war going on in 1949. nearby to serve See
party and a lovely time was you *
solve in its own way, and any successful The President could have given plenty, reported by all.

plan worked out by community in gettingout of additional examples of this confusion.But regularly and keep your car or
Miss Dorothy Jean Matthewsof
will be
pulpwood probably publicized it should be remembered that the
Gainesville was a guest of Minnie
throughout the 27 pulpwood' states for. use newspaper, reporters do not make up these Lou Hazen Tuesday. truck serving for Victory.t .
there also. Mrs. Joe Bruden of La Crosse
conflicting statements. They merely do an
visited Mr Mrs. Colson last
How often the average man has wish honest reporting job of telling what thosein week.

ed for the opportunity to take a club and power in Washington have to say. It is Cpl. and Mrs. Resale Colson of Ch vr lft W > thi, r fc. 'SAVE THE WHEELS THAT SIRVi AMIRK

help the boys over there clean out the discouraging to the press to have to, reportone Valdosta, Ga., and Moody Field,

Nazis ,and Jap's! Here is that opportunity. day that gasoline rationing will be re- are with home their for parents.a fifteen day- visit

Club 'em with pulpwood! laxed and the next day that it will be Miss Lubedla Plnholater and Chevrolet C
Mrs. Pitt Baxter were In Gainesville -
tightened. But it is the duty of the pressto

When Our Men,Return From War publish both reports if both come from Mr,Saturday.and Mrs. L. A. Brown were

'Governor Edison of New Jersey observes men who are supposed to be in authority. .week-end guests of their son. Art- STARKE, FLORIDA

It is obvious therefore, that confusionin oJ"
that "the world at the end of the,
headlines will end the
newspaper on same

war will' probably not be new or brave. day that Washington officials end their disagreements Nave a ,Coca-Cola =Wacko Digger !

it will be weary, battered, bleeding and exhausted and reach an accord on' problems ,

we cannot muddle into full em- which are of interest to the public. (OKAY, CHUM)

-I While here she a t tended the nr .-

UNCLE : cemetery working.Mr. -' l k

and Mrs\ Earnle Normanand Il :
I I children and Mrs. Tom Proctor ,
JOE'SJ all of Gainesville, and Mrs. ; :2-:
J L. Jackson! of Jacksonville were % ,

a -' A-W dinner guests of their mother i ._: ,
Mrs. J. E, Norman Sunday.Mr. r
f f
and Mrs. Eddie Normanand 1 \ r r I r
i '4 By ;J. L Mr and Mrs.Thurman Jones v"u
t '
HARRELL'I ,1(1( ie
--- were visiting relatives In Lake ,
I _
I've read quite a bit-and heard tion and deepwater baptism Wales last weekend.Mrs. ,
more-'- about those race riots up Everything went along dandy until Eddie Norman spending.
North and the soot suit squabbles Preacher Jones said that the a while In Lake Wales with her
out West. If either were to deep-water Baptists would be the son-in-law and daughter. 1/ i dll
take place in the South, the Fed- only Baptists to:'get within the Herbert Norman has returned ,
eral Government'would assess a Pearly Gates, and Deacon Light- home after spending three weeksin
fine of $10,000 against the county foot called his hand. Lake Wales.

that happened to be out of luck. For a number of years Preacher I Rufus Green of Brooker Is :u tf D, t a '
Just why the old gent-wlth-the. pending a few days with Eddie .aw 1 '
Jones ,and Deacon Llghtfoot had
whiskers thinks It's worse to I Norman of this section. I :t
been at logger-heads over the different Mrs. Lewis has been
lynch one hell-cat in the South Emery Vorjiotv a7 \
\. than to butcher 25 In the North Ia modes of baptism, the parson very 111. but Is Improving rapidly. "ii ,
claiming that It took a riverof
I understand
something cannot \ \
water to save the soul, while \
However, what I really started BROOKER _
the deacon maintained that a
out to talk about Is how to stop
would turn the By' Minnie Lou Hazen Ih I-
mere spoonful
trouble after Its .started.I I .* .7 -
trick. Now when Rev. Jonea i imade'
do not know who originatedthe KATIE LEE HICKS
that broad (or perhaps II
old saying about "oil on Mr. and Mrs. ,Sanford Hicks
should narrow) statement
troubled waters", nor just what Deacon Llghtfoot say reared up on announce the arrival of a baby It's natural for popular name '*
effect a few barrels of crude oil girl Katie Lee, Wednesday August ,Thati
his hind legs and called Mm a acquire friendly! abbreviation
would have on a stormy sea. butI 4, at home. Mother and baby "okEH
do know what stopped a negro liar. reported doing nicely.MISCELLANEOUS t' why you_hear Coca-Cola called
Right then things would have s s fc
riot at, the Oak Grove Baptist
Church way back In 1891, and started popping and pop p Ing SHOWER .- to make a hit in Australia
if President Roosevelt fust If old Aunt Venla with a : MM. L. O. Hazen. Mrs. J. H. .
ma e.
would take pattern after old Aunt fine.sense of timing, hadn't stuck Sowell.and Mrs. V. V. Hazen en- V ( it

Venla, he could stop those riot her head In the back door and tertained Friday afternoon at the When friendliness takes over,you find the spirit of cooperation,of"Let's
of bloodshed.It yelled, "Chltfllns for dinner home of Mrs. L. O. Hazen with a work /
without was one camp drop meeting time at come and get 'em 1" miscellaneous s h o wer honoringMrs. together for the common good".That's the way it works between Australians

the Oak Grove Camp Ground I And that, my little readers, la Wlnfred Hazen the former "Cakt"
Nave the Yank
and Americans. a and the Aussie
Miss Ruth Boylea 0 f Alachua. says knows he has '
and the Deep-water Baptists were what Uncle Joe means by pouring a
In charge of the day's program. oil on troubled waters.RISING. Summer cut flowers were artistically comrade. From Adelaide to Altoona Coca-Cola stands for tbi
The men-folk were In the church arranged In the living and pans :bat
house and the women were out dining room and upon arrival. r rwA**-has become the gesture of the friendly.
each guest was asked. to registerIn
under the trees preparing the big By Mrs. Eddie Norman
Book. Contest
dinner. Old Aunt Venla was In the Bride's
charge of the meat pots, but Mrs.\ J. J Jackson of Jacksonville I and games were played and laterIn sornio UNOII AUTHORITY or THI COCA.COIA COM'ANY.I'I -the global
I her mother, the afternoon the guests were ..
could still listen attentively to was visiting
what her favorite preacher was Mrs. J. E. Norman of this section served fruit punch and cake. The STARKE COCA-COLA BOTTLING COMPANYPAGE high-sign
saying about hell fire damna- a few days of 1 a e t week. hon ree was the recipient of many
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Gasoline Coupons date likewise must be so In left Tuesday for ]M I a ml after Loper 'and Mrs. Florence Loper Morrow Sells Home
Must Be scribed. I spending a week with her sister, were shopping In Starke Satur-
Endorsed The OPA order 1 Is regarded' as Mrs. E. S. Slbley. I On the eve of moving from

Step. to assure maximum protection a mire-fire check on misuse of I Othma Sullivan from the Naval i day.William Packham of Jacksonville Hampton to Lake Butler recently
coupons by persons other than Air Station at Lake City was M:. and Mrs M. W. Morrow sold
against misuse of gasoline those to whom issued, particularly I visiting his mother and father, was visiting hieparents, Mr. and i their home-a house and three
of "How to Win Friend. rationing coupons have been in the case of lost books. The Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Sullivan: recently Mrs. W. \V. Packham, Saturday{lots-to Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Hoi-
AfII !1s" taken by OPA In ordering that regulation does not pertain to Interchangeable evening.Mr. Icy of Hampton., Mr. Morrow recently '
and Influence Pec&e. all motorists and other gasoline books Issued for official I Mrs. W. D. Garrett Miss Grace ,and lire Garfield Johns resigned the prlnclpaJship
users are required to endorse in or fleet vehicles. Failureto Dickerson and Mrs. E. S. Slbley and son, Grady. and Mr,. Arneda of the Hampton Junior High
Ink on the face of their ration write in the proper notation on were. visiting In Keystone Heights School and accepted the place as
stamps the license number (tat all outstanding stamps will result Thursday, Johns and children of Hamptonwere I principal of the High School at
the time of receipt of the renewal in the loss of further gasoline Miss Agnes King left Sunday visiting their mother Mrs. Lake Butler. 1
rations). The new method of rations. Hall, Sunday.
for her home in Alabama after
>If ..... wan and
D YOUR SKILlS-THEN DEVELOP THEMfew handling 22 gasoline rations began visiting friends !.II'. and Mrs. S. Everybody Is Invited' to attend! i child .ta the Vailed States layspalde
a Kansas girl in high school did not July after which time not T/1ERESSA B. Mersey. Sunday school at eleven 'o'clock I 110 lb. sgiregate wU
years ago only the stamp In new ration Sam Swindell was visiting In each Sunday and also Christian t .. ...
able to do the spectacular things that the other books have By MU Ida Hagan about tll.000.000.MS UM
be I
be to endorsed, but
to Green Union
Cove Springs Sunday.Mrs. every Sunday night at the amount the Treasury mart
class could. She
and boys in her was not a good all coupons possessed on that Miss. Nellie .Powell and daughter Dan Ralley Mrs. W. C. Christian Church ..1..*.. In It. Second War Loam ,
her she did not do well in the class plays. she was rswwni rs s s I S
good dancer. -
a discouraged because the others outshone her. -, --- ---.--- J_____
e grew + ---V ---- -- -
was one thing in which she could excel-fudge- -
>.. +
e iji girl's name was Esther Latzke. -. <

ne day a teacher said.to her, "Esther, why don't you
elop your ability to make fudge? It will make you a
lular. People will like you because you can do some-
that will make them happier."
g he girl thought it over and decided to see what shed
do with her fudge ability. She got all the recipes
she could and tried them out. She became not only
1 t
I best fudge-maker in her class but the best in town. r
rough this she became interested in cake-baking,
she studied this with the same intensity that she had -
'ed fudge making. ,A* she progressed, she becameand : 11
more interested in the whole art of cookery.
i saw how profoundly cooking touched human lives. '
[more she knew, the more she wanted to know. I'
Her interest in cooking created a desire to know more I'L
ut; the entire field ,of home economics. She went toas
i State college and specialized in foods, finally re-
g;a degree of B. S. in home economics. By this time :
had< gained so much knowledge about foods that she .SMA '
able to get an appointment to teach in the college P
Ere she had received her degree. But she wanted to
jm even more about this fascinating subject, so she gotb
as manager in a high school cafeteria. .
betook the degree'of.M. S. in nutrition and chemistry.
he did not know what she was going to do with all
knowledge; she only knew that she had a fascinating

feet. ;
One day an offer came to head the home economicsarch
department at North Dakota State college, Fargo,
th Dakota. She accepted, and for five' years taughte.
By this time she had become interested in "meat."
began special research on it with especial attention x. !

nutrition research.
Her reputation spread. She was asked to lecture. A > eJ e
esman for a meat packing company heard her. Heed
questions, and they talked. A few days later a tele-
arrived from the company offering to pay her ex-
ses' if she would come to see them in Chicago.
DId she go? Well, she is now a famous director of food I
Inomlcs. She travels over the United States and lectures f'Tho flowers are for yesterday and the monuments foe tomorrow."
lore women's clubs. She stands at the head of her. proIdem i
in the United States.
[AH because she did something of great importance.

ge-maker t took sever a dreamedwhen natural in town skill, that, and she she developed started would become'out and to perfected be the national best it. Td] like to tell you what the Japs did to some friends of mine"fT '

Kit on foods. If you have a skill,. or a special. interest, 'I
f Jf you xan't develop -.*. **-A ;- '- A .

I Cabinet Officers eater of the- cabinet.. Soon after s.-, were so short of bandages and gauze that we "That was the kind of men we had at Bataan:

I Seek ReElectionPolls ganized election labor 'In tangled an attempt with or-to nurses had to wash out the old ones and use them And they would want you to remember not only
abolish the closed shop. again. what they did, but what they did without.
( Next Year He and English appeared. to be remember it. but f
of "But they were never short of courage. They "They would want you to not '
rlda's six cabinet officer near the State fisticuffs cabinet at one about meeting opera- never spoke of surrender. They just went on with flowers and memorials. The flowers are I ,
I run for re-election next year, for yesterday and the monuments for tomorrow., f ff
I tion of the Department of Educa fighting, and hoping, and dying. And no sacrifice :
so far,
*ed. no opponent has an- tion. He filed a series of suits was ever too great. "Remember them now -this month and every
boards and officers for ( r'h .
k Speasard L. Holland won'tbecause against month-by buying War Bonds :
One terrible day
hiring special attorneys. "Let me give you an example.
| a Governor the Constitution pro- English a scrapper In his own' on Bataan we had 285 patients on our operating "Buy guns and planes and sheila and ships and ,

s terms serving consec- right, got into a tussle during with Sen.the tables in 8 hours--a new patient every two tank*-for those other countrymen of yours who

It cabinet officers, 'alphabetlt. Raymond 1943 Legislature Sheldon and the Senate, minutes of the day. are, fighting so far from home. 'See to it that
.are: without hearing English's side of AM LnUTENANT (j. I.) ANN B. BERNATXTUS, never again, any place in the world, will American
pin C English, superintendent of the picture barred the school U.S N.-a nurse,back from: Bataan. I have a "A sailor was brought in with his abdomen fighting men be caught short as they were on. ,).
iMtructlon. from Its floor and blown to bits. He was a goner and I think he t
superintendent Bataanl That again will wounded
bert A. message for you never American
Gray Secretary of gallery during the session '-' .knew It.;Doctor: ,' he asked, 'is there any hope at for the.help dollars might have sent
Edwin Lee and Mayo run the biggest f "Those American boys-who fought for you all 7* perish your
[ Larson State trea- departments in the State. with their backs to the wall waiting for help that, "Certainly taxes are higher. Certainly the cost
I M. Lee, 'State Mayo directs the vast inspection reached them-came from the land of plenty. "The doctor: wished to reassure blnfand replied of living has gone up. But the men on Bataan
comp- that covers *
service organization sailor tried to
Well do everything we can
product from the frozen desserts But when their lives were at stake, all they had were never ten-percenteret
ttall Mayo, roll over. 'Doc,' he begged, 'get me off this table '
commlsaloner of .
dture. to citrus fruits, with fertilizer was plenty of nothing/ fey gave "everything they had. And now
and farm and one of those other fellows who still bar a
poultry War Bonds
Tom Watson and It's up to you to buy not only you.
attorney ..genii1' outnumbered, outgunned
seeds included.Lee f "They were outfilhwi chance., 1'
but mil canl Please believe me, folk-
collector.He that.
of ammunition
1* the State money They were so short
T;''. II'He the cabinet veteran In established a record for going applied.antiaircraft gunners often had to hold their fire that' the way the boy on Bataan would like toe
became commission taxes by suing people to enforce ,t Oar? be remembered
after -
of thcm. They \ ,, ;,
agriculture in 1823' and'has payment, by hiring lawyers unta the enemy planet were on top .; ,
ued tines then. He baa had to, prosecute the .case. .He has : u
lion 1" Rome election, but dissenter In the cm ..
been a frequent if;
he .
has won overwhelm- cabinet when various expendi -

[apPOinted Jf I.' 'next In In 1930 seniority.and soon He tares Gray were ha, calm been.proposed., a deliberate peacemaker, sometimes between BESTllI' I
rdl YOUR
for Since a trounced short term three of oppon-two their'' other disagreement cabinet members He keeps in DONE YOUR DIT--NOW.. .

then-!In 1932 1936 .
the State's records supervises '
1ko-cray t has been elected. election, collects the corporation :" "
bod.opposition.: capital dock tax and in private )

COInptroUer third position.In 19a3 He, alter be- life, find of the time Methodist to be a high Church.official BUY-WAR' BONDSYDUYE AND STAMPS

011 d In 1932, and soundly, Larson does little talking. As 1 t ,. ';'
opposition in. 1936 and treasurer he handles the millions I

1Iah, w*, elected, ..uper1Dat ..at and dollar Federal in State fund, county that, school panthrough ... THi Jetrtbtmtnt it. tjtoturibition to Jmtrics't', dt+ttf or tjfert l'. .!

education In 1936 and State- ledger.

!OJ IoQ."on*d re-etaetlmv La...eoaw.r.b*electedi'l.4Or| He Is-Lee a member and the-Governor with Comptroller of- FRANK'S FINE FOODS W. N. (BILL) CARNASION SCHLITZ & OLD BEER MILWAUKEE'SSTARKE '

IteD4 i the State Board of Administration BOTTLING P. S. STORES .
red-haired lawyer, whielr supervises payment of COCA-COLA
Tampa, has been the>fireS coiaty. sad district road and COMPANY SAM.ROSENBERG &SON THE STAR STORE
to !
with gasoline--
|brldg '
"" Tn addition to their particularg.yntmerrtL. "
'" "We Clothe The Family"OLSON'S

ae""e"on'elMeu"ot. the cabinet, boards officers and H. E. TUCKER \ TH ELECTRIC SHOE SHOP 11 11BEN

commissions! for which they receive Across From Park Theatre
member ., .
I For1 example, all are ofstate ROGER'S JEWELRY & ARMY
of the Board of Commissioners STARKE BEAUTY SHOP
S Institutions, which uper- SUSLOW'S ARMY STORE STORE
of the prison. the LINNIE FOGG !McCULLEV, Mgr.
vises operation f. .,
) r

eras bother yo, let I I Then there are such boards [
esagts.{ thse Commission, the DRINK ; EDWARDS SERVICE STATION '
attd Conservation SUPPLIES
h tfytar the VICTORY MILITARY liau.s Education
eels Cpedene I1 you need.Holidays dNw, Budget State Board the Commission Economic of Advancement the Planning CARL JOHNS CITY TRANSFER CO. COLUMBIA MILITARY J* i

Board '
t LIPH NE 5.417s bI' Council the Securities Commission UNION BUS DEPOT W. T. JACKSON & W. S. KUTER DISTRIBUTORS

and othel'll.n
successful can be contradiction said without that fear beIng of- THREE FRIENDS BARBER SHOP- H. C. WALL AGENCY. Insurance THE STAG

a cabinet member la a full

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fishing finery In town and have hand Mrs. Junlu M. Smith .Mr. "M.t Witt. H. Struth

I and CLUBS Birthday Party hied themselves off to mingle D. A. Monteith. Mr. Fred Guy,. .we.k.Jr.: .'lJ.guests Mr, litd..

SOCIETY For Nencie Bevan with the ,lily pad ,and _cypress Mra. B. A. Pope, Mrs. RalphSeusse ; FraakvOC Bauknlght /JAttorney
--, ---- knee Mrs. Y.L. Thorn Joe I .
v1Jl .
z Nencle ,Sevan, six year old Cottrell; joining the players for J

Miss Edna Pearce Variety ProgramAt Chosen To Attend daughter of Dr. and Mrs J, W. Ben Sternberg, Call Street' Lt. luncheon were Mrs. W. B. Mundy a

Aquatic SchoolMiss Brownlee, was given a birthday Col. with the Fighting First Division Mrs. Richard Thede and J\fre. T Frank Landl'Ulll dtas
Becomes Bride party by her mother on Friday (the boy who get thar fust- J. E. Wilson. M.nDavla secretary, 31n J.

Of Lt. Chas. L. HillMrs. A' variety program will be Gayle Sewell h a been afternoon of last week. est with the mootest) write home of Rome, Ga. She I 1s r

presented at the USO-YMCASun- chosen by the American Red The children'' presented to. the folk from Sicily that the moun- Murrhee-Ritch wife of Sgt. Davie

Bertha Pearce ha announced afternoon, beginning at 3:30 Cross to represent Br a d for d popular young hones many tains there make the hills of Camp Blanding ItatloDtd'
the m a rlage of her o'clock and the public, both Civilian County at the National Aquatic charming guts, rafter which they Tennessee look like mole projects Miss :Marie Rltch of Starke and Ing at 400 They are ft .f

daughter,Edna: to,.Lt. Charle* L. and Army, is cordially Invited School. at Camp Carolina, Brevard, played merry! 'games on the lawn. f "Oh how I love the Dewey Murrhee of Graham were South i Thom

Hill, at Fort Bennlng. Ga., on to attend. N. C. The school will open August There was a large birthday cake flat lands of Florida! he opine married by County Judge. J. R, Street.

Saturday; August 7. e The bride George, of the 33rd 21 and will close August 31. decorated In pink, green and yellow Ben say, the people there are Townsend In Lake Butler on Monday ,.

la a graduate of BHS la a' graduate Corporal Bland tng, This honor has been conferred on topped with six pink candles extra friendly and there's no August 2* .JOt' (,IRC'I'IT rotnr
nurse, and has just completed Chemical Co., Camp an outstanding Miss Sewell because of her former Mrs. Brownlee: served popsicklesand trouble getting a dish of spaghetti I rouvTY. FLORIU'.1111'0.It ....
C6HY. (
course: In Public Health' bas arranged and will act a* aquatic achievements, she having cookies to the group of happy or a haircut (what with WSCSToMeetWoman's i Kally Matlato. Ii

Nursing a(; the ,Vanderbilt University -I musical of program ceremonle Refreshment I passed the Red Cross requirements children.*'. all the Italian barbers, I presume) I.. Matlato. ", Defendant Plaintiff' > rail t

Hospital Nashville Tenn. master hour will follow the pro- I Id the life-saving course at Invited to this birthday party .-1 "The natives don't want to Society 'of Christian mi., CUt
Lt. Hill is from'Pomona. Calif.:. ,, the Florida State College for were: Mary Sue Epperson, Madge fights But then, who. doe? Service''' of' the Methodist church AND NOTICE OF l'VBLI'ATIOM

where be attended the Pomona gram. Women. Brownlee. Joan Dlnktns. Mary Especially In such hot weather will meet "Monday afternoon at STATE OF FLORIDA APPEAR

Junior College. ,He,Is an Instructor Ladies of the Sunday Methodist afternoon Churchare ,!.'<-.."."/-HI'Bridge Agnes Matthews Dotty Sue Biggs. Well from what I read,' the four o'clock at the church for 'a MIlI Matlatos_, Farlbault., c.re of F\rlboUII 10: !tta'ha
serving as
Luncheon Tom Long Clar Jean Mundy.Norma' First Division boy (once at BlandinI' program? and business meetingsMiss You iuInnaota
School at ar" required r
In the Parachute hostesses this month. 10
and Emma Jane Canova ) might not WANT to fight, Septemb.r e. un, In t aponr h

Ft. Bennlng.. They will make Given FridayBy Butch and Bob,Smith. Joan Carpenter but they certainly know, how to Alma Murrhee left Wednesday named plaintiff Court..,.k. and divorce cau..,b."b a,

l their home at Fort" Benning for Mrs. J. W. .Brownlee Two HostessesA Linda Kay Sale, Buzzy take care of themselves Stark the for Nampa Idaho where aUon of Malden name.and q r..' it

the present. Hostess At Bridge and Lou Green Levy Jr., Georgeand occasion arises Is he will enter Nurses' training In County Order in Telegraph, next four hall publi.b hli,

lovely bridge luncheon wall David Canova, Mary Harriet proud to have been the home for the Samaritan Hospital. For the I Wltll. tny hand we'kly and I le

Mr. J. W. Brownlee entertained given by Mrs. C. A. Knight and Powell, Margaret Rose Duncan a short while, of- this Division, past two years she has been livIng seal gust at t. 1843.OFFICIAL Ntarke. Florida, Ihll sin

at bridge Thursday afternoonof Mrs. H. C. Ritch Friday morning Virginia Jean Darby and Jule which has already become the In Nashville, Tenn', where she I I ( REAL) A.

last week at her home on from ten to one o'clock, at the Bevan. most far-famed outfit ,of World completed two years' college. workat Lendulm J. TtaT.
Have You Visited Frank ,
Washington Avenue from threeto home of the former on West Call War II Nazarene College. 'tt7.' for Pit 1

six o'clock. St. Three GSO Pins 84 .1 I
Carpenter's Party Klngnley Lake 1* gayer than
The guests were seated on the In the living and' dining rooms
Awarded By' USO usual this week what with a
screened porch where a tasteful dahlias were used for decoration, t
Corner?- of vari-colored zinnias and on the screened porch where coterie of very attractive Tallahassee
At a recent dance three GSO sub-debs enjoying a house-
were used for decoration. At tables were arranged for play the
pins were awarded to girl who party there with Patsy Ruth % R
the clogs of the bridge game It flowers used were brlght-hued their time p/
have graciously given Wainwright The vivacious
was found that Mrs. T, T. Long zinnias. At the close of several Misses,
to the work of the USO: visitors are Jane Cochran Connie
had made high and she was present.d progressions of bridge It was THE AT R K e
'alou Davis Lora Crews ,and Dell
I i McCall, Joan Massie. Frances
a crystal ash tray; Mrs. Found that Mrs Evelyn Cooper ,
Helen Bryan. Hartt and Francis Proctor ." STARKE FLA.
Junlu M. Smith made second had made high and she was givena
I Mrs. lyllffe R. Jacobs assist Hear the girl think the white ,
high and was rewarded. with apottery set of seasoning spice; second '
ant program director at the USO- sand of Kingsley Is a nice change '
vase. high was made by Mr. R F.
A delicious salad course with Demorest, who wa, given a, box YMCA said: "We are mailing from the red clay of Tallahassee 'I' Sun Mon Tues
Iced tea was served by the host- of baith powder.Gue.ts Helen's pin to her at Salem. N. J. Seems I was slightly off the I Aug. 15-16-1 17?

were: Mrs A. Z. Adkins, We are sorry to have her leaveus beam in reporting St. Sgt. W. C.
ess. but what a fine'addition she Rhoden's address a couple of columns r
Mrs. R. F. Demorest, Mrs. J. W.
The guests Included: Mrs. J. Brownlee Mr. Ethel M. Big,., : will make to the group whenever ago The correct one i*:

W. Kincaid, Mrs. O. L. Beasley Mrs.. of I she goes. We are lust' aboutto Hq. Co., 1st Bn., 322 Inf., APO
Evelyn Sanford
Mr. Fred Guy, Mrs. A. Z. Ad- 81 of Postmaster Los Angeles *
lose another i'Important member care -
Mr. O. L. Beasley, Mrs. K. G.
klns, Mr. Ethel M. Biggs, Mrs.H. GSo-MI.s Calif. Let TREACHER
Duncan, Mr. T. T. Long Miss of our, Evelyn us pause now rs
C. Ritch.,Mlas Madge Mid-
W of the to announce that the USO-YMCA
Madge Middleton, Mrs. O. L. Stump, president group.
dleton, Mrs. D. P. Carpenter, Mrs. I wants that old discarded razor ,
Haynes, Mru. W. B. Sewell. Mrs. We shall mis .I\ put feel proud
T. T. Long Mrs. Junius M, Smith, \jer A' now lying idle on your bath room
NdT Mrs. J. E. Wilson, Mrs. ,O. 1..1 E. L. Matthews; and joining the of the ,fact, thaf),.,
IF DO SO Haynes, Mrs. T. F. Grady;' Mrs. I players for luncheon at one; 0'- WAVES. What a WAVE she spruce up when staying In town
clock were Mrs. J. W. Kincald
: ,
Guy Sale MraW. B. Sewell, Mrs.J. will make! She leaves us sometime over the week-end and the USO
AT 'ONCE! W. Andrews, Mrs. Edward Mrs.Carpenter I. D.and Vining Mrs., Mrs.Marcus D. P.F. this month'" alms to help 'em In this worthy'I The Amazing Drama of a ( g gr

Burns. Mrs. L. D. Vinlng Mrs.C.
cause All of which moves me
J A. Knight Mrs K. G. Duncan Brown. The GSO Is having only the to remark, poetically that I I i r 7 Nazi Ace in the RAFT! -/ / .
of Auburn Ala. this a
Mrs. B. A. Pope open Saturday night dance
Party, NapkinsSNAPK1NS A. Mr. James Blackshear will Few girls like to lay they're f
Mrs. C.
Mrs. J. P. Burns week, and .a bulletin will be sent
Darby. Mrs., E. L. Matthews, Invited leav Sunday for Montgomery "Jn"To Thibl'oodstreak.dadv.nl.l 1
Ala. to spend a week with her I Ihuaband's to members concerning plans for a khakllad with a stubby
In for tea were:'Mrs. J. M; tares of a.Luftwaffe sky-
with verse, on each: one Brownlee Mrs. Paul E. Canova mother. next week. chin "0' '
Mr. Earl H. Johnson and Mrs. I''' So If you've an extra razor. ,or spy.a.whose hateful arrogance I1
flr--t-flfl SS S W. B. Mundy.Kathleen., '. so, hid a coward's heart
Contribute the USO!
Coasterswith one to and who used the love
So long See you in the '

toast on each Ann ConnerSgt. Carolyn! Callstreet next ., of a helpless girl to cloak

and Mrs. E. J. Connor ; Carolyn. his murderous mission!

announce the arrival of a daughter -
All Kinds Kathleen Ann, at the Station The la Mrs. Carpenter
Spices'of Well folkw secret the Gem Jewelry Is almost as |

Hospital at Camp Blanding, Au- out! Blanding is to be an attractive, now as its popular in- And Mrs..,Long r
and Mrs. Connor
for your favorite gust 2. Sgt. I. R. T. C. (Infantry Replacement habitants, Dot"Gray and Pat t
cocktail sauces been residing at the home of Mrs. Training Center) This Information Lambe Luncheon HostessesMrs.
H. Struth for the four
W. past
.. .. v .. months. is still strictly unof- D. P. Carpenter and sister
ficial, but I'll stake my professional Spotted an' lotted i'' Maxlne I Mrs. T. T. Long, gave a series of r
Him Book reputation (If any) on it Nogel leaving vacation '
,on and bridge luncheon this week, from : N
To those who are wonderinghow !
vowing that she's going to have 10 A. M. to one o'clock at the >
for girls to keep WatcBYourKidneys all this will effect business herself a tip-top time After home of the former on Washington -

record and rate conditions In'Starke, I can only all, they only come once a year, Ave. / ',
datesNovelty' / offer the opinion (still unofficial) don't, they Maxine? Sara ;_. ii
Tuesday morning table were ,
of one khakllad. who said "Con- *
; tN
Reed back from the old
Help Them Cleanse the Bloodof homestead placed In the,living room for the
r J dition will be better. New men i
: .
Mississippi Jewel
Harmful Body Waste always want to come to. town once players, and rose and zinnias 4 4R
Carter newest addition to '
Your kldn.y* ar. eonittntly flltcrfacw Car added to the charm of
Stationery the surrounding -
.mBttw from th.blood itrMin.BuikldB or twice just out of curiosity, if penter's fountain along with Mar- .
.yi.omttloiM U|In tb.ir work-do nothing else; :whereas men who scores were
Lobby Letterhead sot set u Nit r. lnt.nd.d-(.11 to remove Jorie Davis and Olin White totaled It was found that Mrs J.
1 ImpuritlM ab.a. II .."',....., may; have been In camp several months Nina Bishop and Bobby Cameron Lt
Knothead Noteheads pol.oa tI.. .y.t.n cod .PM* flu .koto don't come to town much as soon P Burns had made high and the
.....,. body .bl.tr.; arguingover the good and bad prize given her was a candy dish
c M :
,. dseheb. as the novelty wear off" I
'v.. ." .v ; point. of Wesleyan and the University Mrs
kudae\.shies. Sternberg made second
pwvlt I nt of dl ln.M. Of course there Is a' constantflow'
GiftaF: All *.Uln' | up QlhU. w.lUof, pufllamuad of Georgia, the respective high and was rewarded with a
) r r Ih. .,,_ tollng ol ..r"oual of new men' through a replacement institutions they're sold on .
', .ty; and loss of pp and itrwftk.Othir flower vase. The guest prize aso \
Occasions Arriving DailyCARPENTER'S .Ir"ol kldo.y or bladder dl.. center "People, ,In Oh, well : v You get learnin' at -
a vase was presented to Mrs.D. .
order are......U_ burning....a7 Or Starke need have no fears about both of themb'Hon't ?
you girl ,
too froqu.nt urlo.tton.' ..' C. Forehand of Albany; Ga.
their business Interest '
said this
AI'lf that's '
Tk. .should b*BO doubt that prompt ivhat'you're in- At o'clock -
... _ut I Is .Iaor th.. B.fltet. UM most un o f tic I I a I of unofficial tenested Inl!) Ethel one a delicious two
'. .... "f BiggsjUmpln' course luncheon served
Doo. JMI fries' h toon winningn.w the was
sources Well
frUwdo for more than forty; yMra. replace- In the lake to cool off Guests Included :
: Mr O. L,
ba" B.tloa-wld. nput.tloa. ment Idea sounds all to this
Tkr a right
; after I
a canning session in :
A.comm.add by grat.fulp.op1l *!*. pear Beaaley Mr. O. L. Haynes, Mrs,
department' Ifthey'U
ouBtry OT.T. Aik tvttr B. aU replace that cute HttW Z.) Adklns .
Margie Reddishall
The jt DIV8 Stan Biggs, Mrs. A. Z. Adkrl! Mrs. J
Panther who' been
'parlor these past few of Sept. 5 when she becomesthe1 '
Mr. J.
P. Burns, Mrs. L. F,
months d
bride of Staff Sergeant Maurice
I .' Chapman Mrs N. Sternberg. MI911Peg&y
E. Gauvert<< ',
? Forehand of
Albany, Ga.,
Seems as If we girls have been Mr. E. L. Matthews; joining' the

-ft' Ii going all-out for luncheon, these Thin/llll I Envy: Marian Brown' players for luncheon were: Mrs.:

past few day" '. Three on. the Klngsley Lake sun tan The Edward Burns. Mrs. J. W. Kin-

social calendar Jhts week no less most delightful shade of milk cald, Mrs. W. B. Sewell and Mrs. i4 'r

Glimpsed Mlria' ,Grady 'tit chocolate I And speaking of M. F. Brown. '

Vlyrtlce-and-Myrwin'a Tuesday Klngsley remind me The W. Wednesday morning. Mrs. Car I

I :rv. ; J YZJYi looking perfectly stunning In a B. Sewell. famI!?,lY'has: trekked to penter and Mrs. Long were again

black poplin suit set off by Its wave-kissed shores for a three hostesses!!! at luncheon; and at

matching golden ornament and ear weeks' stay ". '. ill Hear there's a this time when the bridge game "

bob. ., Her raven tresses new class of airplane spottersnow waa finished, it was found\ that '

fashioned Into, almost Interesting being r ably t Instructed 'by :Mr. Fred Guy had made high r

Spanishy-looking coiffure Grace W. Osborne '. '.= .- Evelyn and as a prize she was given a di : iC maKe

Methinks a damsel deserves H.lI. Betty Jean''.Wade {and Col- candy dish, Second high was

special credit for being so well- lette Green among the lassies absorbing made,by Miss Evelyn Stump who jg/ k RA I

groomed In .such wilting weather I higher Jmowl.deJ was presented a bon.bon dish; .

No :Matter Where You Go Quite a surprise Edna Pearce guest napkins ,were given .to Mrs. By

There's Another Callstreeter Just handed us, entering; into'a marital D.; C. Forehand and Miss Peggy -"ONE OF OUR AIRCRAFT IS MISSING"

Ground The, Corner Item L When merger with Lt. Chas. L. Hill I orehand.

tfyrwln Long and sons, Tom"an' without' 'giving'' this "column,.advance Guests were: Mrs. J. W. Brownlee -

Save, go west next week to join notice -, .- '. Lucky gal- Miss Madge Middleton. Mrs. Latest "This Is America"Latest

t.-Col. Telfalr at Camp Hood, Jean Darby Get*.three monthsoff H. C. Rltch. Mrs.' C. A. Knight ,

Texas, they'll live just three doors from her Blanding duties (doctors Mrs. R. F,, Demorest Mrs. L. D.

from Bob and Helen (Dowllng) order), and most<< of the Vlning, Mlsa Evelyn Stump, Mrs
Pepal-CoU Company, Long Island City, N. T.Franahlse Lee! .. Passing thought: the : time with pay! .. She and Morgan William Thompson, Jr., Mrs. 'D. War News

F tlpttltTi Pepsi-ColaBottling.Co., pf Jacksonville swanklly redecorated Interior ,of.; have bought up all the spare C. Forehand Miss Peggy Fore-

tyf; r,. ..e, 1. .


.1W: A'Od For -Progressive and Sound Business-Like City Government .. ::-.f'

Elect W.- N. "Bill")) CARNASION Mayor;

Paid For By Friends of Bill Carnasion '

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of LOCAL Frank's FIne Food Is closed ROAD AM RRIIMii)] M11V1'I0Y.!: '" Such certificate or certificate will ance, August 4th., 1941 Description
; NEWS I A\CK Kl'.NU: b* nold to the hlgheet bidder at the of Properly, EMi of Lot 31 In Wood-
for a few weeks for alterations Timber for BrUlgen' fl,000.00 court house door on the float Monday .lawn Nee )8 Twp. 18.. It. 22 J>1.,
Qaolln and Fuel Oil for' In the month'of Sepember. 1943 containing? 5 Acres, more or leas,
Jordan toad Machinery ';10.00Salailyd which I III the 6th., day of Meptem-: Name In which assessed Mr. K U,
of Oveldo, Is for Road Maintenance ber A. D. 1941. Harvey'
LOis Elmore Is visiting ber Susannah Urle. who has Mrs. Shellle Hall and daughter pending a week with his uncle Crew f9,000.00 Dated this 4th.. day ot August Certificate No. 144 Year of Issuance -
C. been visiting Miss A. I>. 1943. August 4, 1941, Description of
s, Virginia Sewell. Sharon Miss Garnita vt New Equipment
: IJ1 Lauren Hutto Ed- and aunt. Mr. and Mrs. T. J. 1000.00 OFFICIAL. Thomas Property Lot 44 In Woodlawn Seo.
returned Wednesday "to her homein win Williams Mies Gladys Odom Griffin. K'nalra and Upkeep of Clerk ;of t lrLJourt'oi- .. d 19 Twp. 1M.. R. 22 K.. containing

Knight was a buslvbttor l- Frostproof. and Newell Odom of Tallahassee Road Maintenance Equipment County Florida. II.' 4t 8-27 10 Acre, more or I..... Name In
I, D. E 1,000.00 which assessed Evallna Ma Benjamin :
In Palatka Tu. xUy. spent Sunday afternoon at Jack- Miss Marian Cowling has returned Road Tax Due and Payable IN THH riRCCIT rOil H T OFPl.OHIItt. ;. ,. ,
Roger Mathews and Charles sonville Beach. to Incorporated Munlclpalltlea KIUMTH JIHI.'I 'I. Certificate No.1" Year of Isuance .
to Riverside Hospital, within the Uounty 2,00000 CIHCIUT. IN ANIt FOR HHMIFUHII ., August 4th., 1941 Description
B. Sapp and Mrs. W, B. Knight have returned from a where she la a student nurse, --- COI'NT. IN .'I" NCKHV.CMARLEH of Property, Lot 19. 20, 20, 80
T' J. Tuesday >In Jack.le. two-week's vacation In Black Pfc. TOTAL, MS,760.00 : WILLIAM BURRY.: ) In Woodlawn ....0. to Twp. 6 S. R.
C. C.
d spent Shepherd is expectedto after spending ten days here with It was therefor Resolved that I'lalntllf.ROto1hLI.A S 22: IiI.L.conlalnln.( 40 Acres, more or

Mountain, N. C. arrive here next week for a her parents !4'n1.and Mrs. E. J. the Clerk of the Circuit Court bedirected V8 S lees Nam* .In which I assessed' F, W ,
M. BERRY. S Hail. ..
to have
the forKrlnaeatlmatea
abort, furlough to be spent with Dowling. :I' *' aa mail by the Board Defendant ) All of said! Property being In the 1
Hazel Moore. pent..-last I Mpg. F. F. Flume and Cpl. and his parents, Mr. and Mrs. L P. of County Commlmilonera piibllnhe-l ORDER OK PUBLICATION County. of Bradford State of Flor
j. Ft. Ben- Mrs. Res s Ie Colson of In a newspaper In th. County by AND NOTICE TO APPEARTO ida. -' -
with friend at. I Moody Shepherd. He comes from Salt Mrs R .W;, Sturgis and little on. Insertion; and a ropy thereof ROSKLLA. M. BERRY, 130SKLEVKNTH Unless *
Ga. ;r : Field near Valdosta, Ga., spent Lake City Utah, where he Is daughter Sue,.will leave Sundayfor properly ('.certified forwarded to the : : lit THKKT r MOL1NE, ** shay be redeemed according '
Tuesday In Jacksonville Comptroller of the State of Florida. ILLINOIS: : to law the property -described. In
.. with the Air Corps their home'Meridian, Miss., There belnic no further buMii*"a YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat such cerUfUalq or .oertlflcatea will
Li Gladys Odom'of: .Talla'; after a six-weeks* visit with Mr*. the Board wa adjourned. a ault has been filed against b* sold to the .highest bidder' at
week--of V. E. M. O, 'HARRKLUA. you I In the Circuit Court for Bradford the Court hone door On the firstMonday
STta the guest this Howard. former pharmacist Miss Sara Reed director of the Sturgls' mother, Mrs.. W, E. Cha m. n. County, Florida In Chancery In Month ot September,

Hutto. :' In Carpenter's drug"store, USO-YWCA, resumed her duties Torode Sr. T. THOMAS by Charles William Berry: the ...mobelniir 141. which I.* the 6th.. day et Sep.l.mb.r .
Garnlta U ClerkIN a null foi divorce, and youare A. I>. 1944., '' t
: now an employe of the.. FainDrug Monday morning after a month's hereby required to fll* with the Dated thl. 4th., day of August. \

Lappe of the .LappeIs Co., in Tallahassee.Mrs. vacation with her homefolks In Miss Yvonne Gay former em "'IH".I.IT TOIHT' HRAIPloselr'Ol'TY. Clerk of said Court your writtenappearane A. D. 1943.1ope'ICIAr.. -A '
y tperaonally or by attorney SEAL) Thomas
on a vacation,,. visiting Laurel Miss. While away she also ploye in Stump's Store is visiting
.p Mo.. Mae Dickens has'returned the 23rd day of August, A. D. 1941. Florida. 8-6 4t -27
in St. Louis made a business trip of a few her father; Pvt. Albert A. Melohlone. Plaintiff, va.Anna and thereafter to file, with alil county
Uvel liefendanl.
to her home in Chester, S. C., days to Tullahoma, Tenn. Gay of Camp Blandlng- Miss Gay Melchlone Caa Clerk your written defenses .
No. 2617. .15 .
: :ri.tH'r IN .R"I'.T COOIT, HR.tIron.Co4'Y'1'Y.
L- I to spending after enjoying a visit here with to the bill of complaint I In ,
Della Hagan Is assistant steward at the Of- ORDER: OF PUBLICATIONAND time prescribed l by law. 1"1.0Rln IN "'HA NI -

in Jacksonville as the Mr. and Mrs. W. U Wall.Mrs. Mrs. Bertha Pearce had as her ficers' Exchange, at Camp Polk NOTICE TO APPEAR I fall not or judgement will KHV. .
week /STATE OF FLOK1UA to: :Mrs. Nellie Cochrln. rinlntlff. vs. Enoch
[ Of Mrs. Ann McGee. I guests last Friday her sisters Leesville La., and lion a 13-day Anna Melchlone. 18H3 ..71hilt..t./ be entered Bradford against County you by Telegraph.a default.The L. Cpch\I.L\oot..uI.\o; ,,; .No.

t t. G. Powell accompaniedby Mrs. T. J. Thomas of Valdosta vacation. She was formerly from Brooklyn You New York. newspaper. of general: circulationpublished J11199nOER Ab1't'1'Ri.t4'ATiOr;.
are required to appear on ,.
Li Virginia Holland of Bar- ,her mother Mrs. A. H. Frlpp Ga., and Mrs. G. V Phillips of Louisiana, but had been living in September 6. 194.1, In the above I* hereby In Bradford designated. County a*Florida thenewspaper 'I II I AND NOTICE TO APPEAR

lh I"the guest this week of Sgt. of Columbia. S. C.. Is spending Lake City. Saturday they all at- Florida for the past ten years. named court.....k.t. and divorce.cause, Bradford whereinplaintiff I.I I n which this Noticeshall STATE l'nehrln.lwho.e OF FLORIDA residence tot I la EnochL Un. I, "
I gra Jackson B. Smith. this week in Lake Shore S.. C. tended the 'funeral of their aunt, 'ounty T.I..r.th ahall t.ubll..h (ht. for four lie publication published one,.rlt"r a to the known. .
I Mrs. E. W. in N. E. mother, Mrs. Order ." I *. maid' 13rd day of August A. 1) You are required to appear on
Redd Alachua. Walton\ and, Wltne my hand and official: August Sled ItMJ,., Inlh above '
lgertha"PeICrBd pe+i t""U1e '"*
Yard with her sister Mrs. day night in Gainesville as th.f Mrs. D. E. Williams a r rived Mary arid Johrrote-;, Jones, left yes jitBt OFS'1ZIAL 8 1943./SEAL) .A. J. Thom.. of mtld. Court at "Htarke 22nd, Bradford of" County plaintiff. Telegraph seek divorce shall publish Bradford this j
County, Florida, this day
[ Phillips -In Lake Oty-; guest of her brother-in-law and Thursday, August 6, from .Col terday for Charlottesvllle Va.. All Clerk of mild Court. July A. I). 1843. Order In .next four weekly Issue. .. :

V 'j I sister Mr and Mrs. S. T. Dell umbia, S. C., and her husband! Lt. where Mr. Walton will be em- Walter.C.Atty.Hardeny for Pit, Daytona, 8.9 It beachFlorida. sa1IY All Clerk A nf, J the. THOMAS Circuit, Court of seal Witness at Stark my, hand Florida<< and, thl official July

Bertha Pearce had as her Sr. Williams came Friday, to spendthe ployed and they'will make their : Bradford County Florida. 22nd IMS. '. 1j
Y. f-; ;; ( SB A I.'A.. J. Thomas.
aunt Mrs. week-end with Mrs. Williams' home. Mrs. Jones has lived in riHCrrr '. ni UtFOnn her said
.Aa Clerk of. Court.T.
.1, Tuesday Cot NTV. FLOR'U' IN ..'..,,!''Ii- l""xt-r, .and Clayton Attorney for
Kennard. of Altoona Miss Gayle Sewell went Monday mother Mrs. B. Jacobs, at Starke Starke for the past eight years, .....:lCy. Plaintiff.Published. Frank lot PltT o drum, /Starke, Florida.

Ie s to Winter Park to Join a house* and his parents at Hawthorne.The operating an apartment house in Maude Cannon. Plaintiff vn. Marvin' '-23 4t 8.IS Atty. for 7-23 41 1-13 I
Cannon Defendant Cane No. 2628.OHUEit .
IT. Alice Kite ha returned to party given by Miss ,Jackie Lott; the home of Mrs. Maria K. Hull OF PUBLICATION : NOTK'F) OK PPI.ICTIOXKOIl /r= "

after spending'two Miss Sewell will return here Mon Gem Jewelry Miss Pat on Walnut St. Mr. Walton has AND: NOTICE TO APPEAR I TAX I.KKI. A
I home here STATE OF FLORIDA to: Marvin (%...... Illll No. l<13)
u'at JacksonvUle Beach. day. Lambe manager has Just been been here with his mother since (Cannon who* r..*ld"nc* I III un NOTICE IS IIKHKMV GIVEN: that .-ELECT.=: ; ", r

redecorated and remodelled InSide he received a discharge from'the known. B. Y. Saxon the holder of the following "f v "
You are required' to appear on certificates >
has filed paid
rlS.'R.' Johns'Is In: Jackson. Sat.;: and Mrs. i Jack Sloto wh6 Including the moving of a Army in 1941. I September 81 1V4.1, In the above certificates for a tax deed to be nrlallnas'F '

her lion 'a.tld datighn have been living at the home of partition to give more storage named Court and cause, wherein issued thereon. Th certificatenumbers .
visiting! plaintiff peek divorce and restoration "
and of Issuance the
? .law Mr. and Mm., S. R. Mr. and :Mrs. J. M. Brownlee left( room. A 5x7 foot mirror will be Mrs. L. H. Jennings and her of Maiden name Bradford description I of year the property, amt 1 the I

r ".' this week for- an Army Camp In installed as soon as it arrives. two children left Wednesday for ,, County Telegraph shall publish. thla 1 name In which It was assessed. are J ,:
Jr. Order In next four Iccuec.. HollingswofthMAYOR
weekly '
six weeks' visit in Illinois and .
Arkansas. I a I Wltn*** my hand and official" I. Certificate No. S3S Year of Jusu- .
lmd '.MISSrgaret Mrs. Larralne DuBose of New Iowa. They will visit her husband's eal at Htarke" "Florida thin Au- nce August t, 1941 Description. of
jlonmle. Gaye g-unt 6. 1943.COt'FoCIAL. I Property Lrf>l* IJ. 7. 9. 44. 10. II nf
Beam are'' visitingdl : Mrs. R. J. Davis and daughters, York has arrived to make her people In Fulton III., and j SEAL' ) ,A..1. Thomaa Hlk 0 Hampton Park' NEW of SE'iHec. OF

: Tampa Idalou and Marjorie Mrs. J. Q home with her parents, Mr. and her In Des Moines Iowa. Her I An Clerk of Raid Court.William 31 & 8Wl,4 of NW;. W40 of
and n. Morgan Jacksonville. NWI/ of BWC. .See, H2 Twp. 7 H.H. .
week Scott and Mr* Milton St.. Peter Mrs. Cyrus E. Beam of Starke. husband Lt. Jennings, is a flight Florida.I .Atty. for fit. H4t 87 21 R. Nam In which ........d

spent Thursday afternoon In Mrs. DuBose has been employed surgeon'"somewhere In the Paci f'rinriiT.: Isabel llochholser. STARKEExperienced
11 rmrrrr .
Certificate No. U4 Year of Issnanc
I -
J. M.. Mitchell and-daugh- Galnes-v:1IIe.: at the Army Quartermaster Mar- fic"; she assumes1' since' his mail t'OI'NT". FI.OIIIUt IN CHAN.rtiy. !' AiiKust. 4, 1V41 UcNcrlptlon I Ir

Mitchell a r ending .< I' ket Center In New York for the goes to San Francisco. All she < : of Property 1..t.. 13, 14. 22 21. 24 A
W ia Lucile William Joseph Llptok Jr. Plaintiff of Ulk 40 Hampton Park NR'4 of
awhile in their hpme on Miss Margaret Strlngfellow of past seven months. knows is that he "flew over v*. JoHephlne. Llptok Defen 591% Hec. e> $Wt'. of NW>J' A
the State Farm is spending. '' this mountain four hours". He left dant. Pace. Nu. 2621. Wlv of w3.4 of HWlJ Hee. 32 Twp
Ijsley Lake. i I ORItEll OF PUBLICATIONAND 7 S. H. 22 12. Name In which
; week in Delray as the guest of George Young of St. Augustine Missouri July 3, and she receiveda NOTICE TO APPEAR assenaed May Hayes

Lin Ga. her uncle and aunt Mr. and Mrs. and a student at Sewannee University letter from him July 15 that he "STATE OF FLORIDA to! Jo...- All of call property belnir In the
Sale ,
Lota phlne Llptok, Marlin, Penneylvanla. County of Uradford, State of Flora
this week''of her Bill Parks. arrived this week to assist had arrived, which make her You are required to appear' on ida.

the guest Mr. and the Rev. Fred Yerkes of St. think that he is not so very faraway September 6, 1U4.I, In t .h above Unless. such certificate. or certificates ,
liber and sister-in-law named Court and cause whereinplalntiff shall b* redeemed accordingto
Mrs. Leon', Van Mack of New Mark's Episcopal Church for the "...k. divorce. Bradford law the property described. In
i, Guy Sale. 'remainder of the summer Mr. County Telegraph hall nubllNh this such certificate or certificate will
York U the secretaryof
City new
Order In next four. weekly Innueit.Wltneim he sold to the highest I bidder at
to W. T. Clute. She is the wife Young expects to be called into Board Adopts my hand and official: the court hou.e door on the first
flu Frances White returned. neal. at "Sturke Florida this
i the, Auicuxt Monday In month of September,
Army soon.
of Van very
Monda'y morning; Corporal Vlack. Temporary BudgetThe 3, 1943. 184.1.: which I is the nth., day of t tI
bases Camp Blandlng. (OFFICIAL, HEAL' ) A. J. Thomaa September A. I>. 1943.

ler spending a week at' Kings. Mrs. D. C. Forehand and Miss All Clerk of Maid Court.T. Dated' this 4th., day of Aiigunt
Board or County Commissioners Frank T.nndrum, Storke Florida" A. n. 1943OFFICIAL. I
1 Lake with her uncle' and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. :Joseph Thomas Peggy Forehand of Albany Ga., of Bradford County Flor- Atty for I'lf. 8-d 4t 827IN ( rfourt..ol' : ?:::'i
of are guests this week of Mrs. D. Clerk I of Circuit
Land Mrs. L. A. Can09a.TK.Ii and little d a u ghter. Joan ida met August 11, 1943 In adjourned << flRfl'IT ('to! HT. lllltDKOMII County Florida. 8tt 821NuT..III
Crescent City were week-en session at 2:00: o'clockP. (..:ICY. "rr'I"'TIO
SCHEDULE. guests of :Mr. Thomas' mother Clara H.nd..r..on. Plaintiff I I v*. I
M. With the following mcm- FOR TAX HEED
Southbound Mrs. E. M .Thomas. Miss :Merry Beth Knight left Robert F. tlendemon. Defendant. <....... Illll No. I<13NOTICI3 )
Tuesday for Miami where she ters present;. M. O. Harrell Cane No. 2099.OttlKlt 18 IIKltK.UY GIVEN:
'So.107-9.55 Al Mr", r 1 Chairman P. D. Reddish, L. L. ">F PUBLICATION H. Ed d' holder I '
will visit Miss Mary Catherine r.\h'\ : ::
Mr..EIima'Can AND NOTICE TO APPEAR certificates
+ .. : va..nd"daughter following has
pMj.eu.s Il w' .
191 : : L. and T. C.
: -!i Simmon for a week. Conner, J. Wynn, STATE OF FLORIDA to: RobertF. filed said certificate for a tax
|Xo.: 111::40 P. M.Northbound Mrs. George B. Flynn droveto Chastaln. Hendemon. whooe. rexldence I III deed to be ls...ued thereon The
Fort Benning, Ga., on Tuesday. bon Weet Third Street Annleton, certificate number and year of
}fro and Mrs. Charles Beasley Lester Kite requested assistance Alabama. 1 Issuance. the description. of t h Honest
While there they will visit Capt.. You are required to appear onSeptember In whichIt .
o. 2-4:46: A. M. and Sue and Jean of of the Board for J. B. property and the name
daughters. ,
M.ro. 6, 1943, In th above wa aesed are a* follow:
|.Yo. 192-5:21: A. .. and Mrs. R. G. .Kldd. Lake Alfred, and Lt. Jack Spearsof Bridges, a colored man who U named Court. and cause, wherein Certificate No. HIS year of Issuance '

|! 32-1:15: P. M. (Petersburg:: Cattletaburg, Ky., and at pres- sick and destitute, and he was I,, plaintiff!,," r" MMrkfdenlvnameen' ..ton" rd,- Property AUKUst NW-. 4th.,of 1041 SW'of Description. HWVi8ee. of Capable '. .

Va. and beyond) Mrs. P. A., :Moore had as her ent stationed at the Dunellon referred to the District Welfare County Telegraph weed this 11 Twp. 5 H.' R. 22 U., containing :.,
|'0. 44-2:30: P. M. ((peterburg, t'u.r In next tour and Iniue.. 10 Acre, more or lee. z-.m. In
guests last week at her Kings- Flying Field will b e week-end Board. I I Witness my hand oflclaleal which assessed Unknown; '

Va. and beyond) Lake home her sister :Miss guests of Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Beas Salary of Freeman Rhoden, at Ptark, Florida thl Au. Certlflcat No. 132 Year nf Issue Home Town I'
|No. 108-6:05: P.. M.Wuin ley i I f8p-F! 3 clltaI'IEA1. I knc August 4. 1841., Ueecrlptlon of I
Fouraker and her niece Miss ley and Mrs. J: W Klncald. employee of the. County on the ) ,A..1. Thomas Property, Lot ((12 In Wood'lawn Sec Boy
Ann .
| >> Branch to Fla.No. An Clerk. of said Court.William .
e Belt Road Maintenance Crew was raised 1(3( Twp, 5 H. H, 22 R., containing'
101 leave Starke Shirley Struth. I r>. Morgan, Jackeonvllle 10 Acres, moreor les*. Name In J ,
7:00.A..M. Miss Junle Parrisb. Koch em- to 14.50 per day. Florida, Atty. for Plf.6 4t sa1NOTICM which Assessed. Mrs. O. Hurvevi.

ploye will leave tomorrow for a The Board tnen took up the OF APPLICATION I Certificate No. 131. .K.. ot ".u-

brief visit with her mother !.ok..
matter of making an estimate of Flail TAX IIKKII
Elizabeth Parrlsh. in Melbourne. 4< NAT SEZ the necessary expenses! of the NOT1CKJ IS HEREBY OIVEN: ,
Before returning she will go to County for the fiscal year from that H. Y. .Huxon, holder of Tax
How time have changed New River N. C., to visit Francis Certificate. : Numbered r..p..tlv.ly I .
October 1, 1943 to and Number 210 and 211 lNued the FLORIDA !i
I ,
Here'M a sample: Sign ia a place Blackmon. former employe of September' 30, 1944 Includln&'I I 7th. day ol.U.lth.u : and Number
a 3AO 2nd., day of
w nice Torode Chevrolet Co., who Js in I
J of buslnewd. read "rleawe be considered ,the .receipts September, 1940, bas filed same In
Marine barracks there. Clerk and having given office and has made appllcaItl"n -
to our. clerk, Itie'can get plenty I by the ,I,. for Ta% L>.ed to b. luedthereon.
the requirements for the fiscal Sat. Sun. Mon. Tues.
of customer. 1 can remember Lt. Richard R. Thede. who has : have determined and do 'I Hald certificate* ,....respectively embrace Midnight ",, -. ,
bad to be .nice to the Just received his commission from' the followingdeicrlhed nropertle'ln '
.when,,, you r hereby declare the following to the County of Bradford: 15. 16 17''' I
Oft eol.... the Officer Candidate School at August -
cutonrwr or ; i be the estimated ) penae* and all Stir of Florida, 4
la Ely of SE! <4 of BWW /Sec. 80 Twp
I BUOM I'm old-fanhloned, I ( Camp Barkeley, Texas spending special and extraordinary expenses 7 H R. 22 E., contalnlnk, 20 Acred.,

till try t". be nice to the poor a 10-day furlough with his wife contemplated for the year from more or lees. I I. embraced under .

feUow who In trying: to spend his and his mother-in-law Mrs. F. H. i' advalorem taxation and estimated aid,Wl certlflcflta of toIb\4 No.of 8WW 210. E of It,..,

money with me. Long of Starke and his parents receipts from other sources which 1'I.ao' Twp. 7 ii. R. 22 E.. "ont.lnlnar STORY f TirE'StAR5<<
Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Thede at Law- 13 Acre, more or I... I I. 'THE INSIDE '
be available: ,
will k. embraced under said certificate No. !
tey. fHo1tR' FI'"0 YOUTHEjR'i
--.' Salaries County Cornmt- I 211.AW'<4\ of SEH\ ....*-. 30 Twp. 7 S.' -AND
fl.floO 00 R. 22 E. ....containing: 40 Acre more
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Edwards returned Salary Inner Clerk Circuit Court 1,200.00 or I...-.., {i.. mhraced under said certificate being the.e, Auto-

NEWlRRIVALSIN I from St. Louis Mo., last Hherlff Attendance on County I No. 360. Bhfi favorites When they' ..'
You 0111 .
.. ... ,
Commliflloner. B2.00 The a ei ment of nald' propertyunder .. on the .
Friday night, with their little Attorney for County Com- I said certificate. No. 210 and. -hunters. surrl...
whom they mlHloner. SB.00Communion 211 were In the name of C. P. Pearson rn.et the ye.
daughter, Carolyn,
I of paid yOU Full 0' es-
and Fe County and the a..m.nt of ..ar.1
had taken there for plastic surgical under said certificate No, .gfchHlM
A, >e..nr of Taxen 2,000.00 property .
| F MERCHANDISE' operations. Mr. Edwards r.-'r.' .'"-* .....1 Fees Count I 360 was. In the n.m.o' Unknown.Union It.m.ntl full of funs fr t
Tux Collector 7 2,800.00 ,i said Certificate shall b*
reports that she had three very Maintenance County Court-. redeemed according I to law the
successful operations, and will re- hoarse 552-J2 properties described. therein will h*
ol.f bidder the
960.011Lllrhl. to the highest at
A SHOWING OF ALLTHE'NEW' turn for additional treatments Janitor*. Fuel, andy.ter 1.1100011 ('ourt.h.."... door on the brat Monday
COMPLETE within a few months. Insurance .. !252.S2 in the Month of September' 4.1,
1,20000 1941 which I f. the 6th., day-of "september 6 '
"iupervmor-oMK-nnfl-atron 380.00 A. D. 1943. ;' .. ..'

NQVELTIES; "jNSWEfATERS The 1943 Summer. Commencement 1.r Expense-el Advertl.lnar.nt of Election 1,400.00 I I A. Latest n.. U43.this 4th., day of AuutOFFICIAL ; ; ;

of Florida Southern College Kxpennea 200.00 ( SEAL' ) ,A..1. Thomas:
I IExp..n..ee l Bradford ,
v.-i'l: b e g I n Sunday. August 15,. Administrative\ Supplier and f Clerk Circuit Court, % lea
i. 2,000() OA County J'lorlda.- 4t 8-37 1
when the Rev. Laurie O. Ray college Indexing SOO.OO

chaplain and pastor of College CniirfhouiM Furniture ana I I NOTICM OF APPLICATIONFOH A
1,200.00 T4 X U"U
Heights Methodist' Church F.Flxturre.. and Coat Clerk Cir <.<.-.c.. HIM *" ."Klt *'vT
will deliver the commencement cult Court *00.00 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN' S tE3o RppitS 3M
Packham the holder of
Maintenance County Jail that F. M. ,
sermon, at the morning worship (Repair) I590? the followingcertificate. hoe filed p. 1K 1P" I 'j r''
Short and Long Sleeves hour' The services will be broadcast Inquenta (Cor) 300.00 aid certificate/ for a tax deed lab f
.. p
Furniture and Fixture' l ued thereon. The certificate
over WLAK.V. Jail 0Innanlty year of issuance, tha
County :.r'I'"tio'.n::: ; : '
In' iilrle* ZOO.OO' of the property, and the
flnral Welfare| 130.00Op..tlnn name In which I I. wa ..**.*..d are .
$2.49'to B. Harrell, who received 66- of a County J, a* follow:
; $4.95NEW 000 volta of electricity Into his Health unitrnntingencles 2.000.09 ,, Certificate No. II Year of Iuailc -
and Emergencies I,, August 4.-1941 Description of i.
body a year or so ago. and who bon 00 nro0..rty "":',. of SEH Seo.' 2S Twp. # "
has had considerable, trouble recently County Publicity I I 5 A. R.- .koF.. cqntalnlna- 40 Acre.. t .xy5 t r.'y e
.1 More or !I..**, Name In which ,
with erysipelas and other TOT A T/**** a*......11 'M. W. Mann; :yq I

ailments has been in the Jackson FI"R ,A\l'' FORFRITI'RR Kl'XI* .I Certlflcat No. 118. Year of I*-
uanc('* August 4, 1941, Description ar
Salaries' and Fee Pro.- .I
DRESSESThrough Memorial Hospital, Miami for the cutlna- Attorney I 750.00 ,I nf property Lot 84 In Wood!lawn.Svc ,
14 Twp. 6 H R. 22 E., containing -
past six weeks where he under- F... and Coat County
Judge <* 2.40001) 1O Acre., Name In which wlrAVIRGINIA
went an operation-on his leg. He .01t'1 aie ;
:: 1f.'i.HN.e.2"rt;, Year.of Ic.usnre tj
M... Harrell RalUflrs"n: WEICIM
much improved, <
Office : August 4. 1941, ecrlpTlon
Our New York. Buying. said I last.week.. b"'rltt'n. On'f.,1r1r"; : wi 0 e I09.ae" of Property Lot 3 of Blk 6, Lincoln JOHN CARRRCLL
: ft. 82 6 S R 22
.1! r-. Jail Tin r.UWltnena City c. Twp.
rrt at county
1.00000, E Name In which ....*..ed, Ella I
We The New- Mr. and .Mrs. .Juror Pay Roll 3f10.II" Williams; DANA .,
Are You .
Able To ,Bring returned Sunday night from afourweeks' Fcrdln' and Car'*H>f Certificate No 4. 314 1941 Year DeMcrlntlonof of' Is- I JEAN''PORTER' .
Prlaoner ** 2000.00 suanre August GREER
vacation trip visitingrelatives NVvt
Enforcement Property 14 300 ft of of W
and friends In Tulsa and Other,A......Law..1.. 1,000.00 !SE'i W of Ry.. Sec. 19 Twp, 7 S.R. WAITER P1DGEON >< i iROfiERT
Prices ,
est At The Lowest Contln .ncle. 23 K.: containing B Acred, more SrnenHoybyG.erp.OPprn ,
Styles Okla. and Spring. T.MV.< f.>r '
City. which Aese.aed
Oklahoma Traffic. Jatrol :it.U'OOO or lei*, Name In t .2'
., 'r Florida washot" ForemrttPaine*; hares, Ch.ria l.d.nr rod, '
"I thought
field Mo. .
NEW ATSternberg's Mr. Edward said,. "but we T AGRICI'I.TIICI.)T AT IIJ.UOOO Certlflcat. Auru.t!11ft.4.. .111.It4l Year D..rlpt'.n"f of 'is.assn. \ / POWEUr Leonard Sslgel feu t J "d ,,

ALWAYS SOMETHING don't knoW anything-about,:\ hot r-ntinty vent's Salary I V\f IM;: ').22 property Lot 2 of WU of N W'4' i Upon the Seek by lit' 71 |

,-' -.t( ;.' ; : weather down here..: It was from Incidental ISO.00 Sec 10 31 Acre Twp., 7 more 5. R.or 21 led E., Nam containing inwhich < ria 1v Directed by (d.ard r 1Prednced "

105: to 114 degrees In' the shade-- TOTAL U UO.OO I assessed: Mallaca Hlmn.AH uw by /. Zeih.nT! e
of the WIDOW PR**!.)* Ki;.DPennlon ..f aM property beingIn theCounty :
and no shade-in some allowance Int Dependent of Bradford, $tat. of Flo, :
Mr Edwards In Ida. res t
places we visited. Children -
rertlricate !
t2.100.00 L'nlese such certificate or -
will open his "N e w Method School hall b* redeemed according

I Cleaners" on September 1- TOTAL, If $1,400001 to ,law the property described In

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PAGE! 11I11 .I nter
I James U. S. N., from Radio and Frelda.
-, ,Mrs.
Mrs, Reilly Happenings Dan
ter-in-law. Mr. and Hampton
Advance Flying Doubtrl
U. S. Army
Radar School at the Naval AirBase and Mrs.. Ruth
School at Marlanna, Fla.. and has Sweat and family. By Barbara Hornew In J a c ksonvUle Saturday, Bedenbaugh Iter
OUR SERVICE MEN almost reached the final stage of Mrs. Curtis Varnes returned 7. shopping In Jacksonville
f Devoted to Item ., latereet ......1'.... his training. He expects to receive home Friday after spending two M. U. MEETING August of last week.
Bradford County ....,.. now .*rvl.. I''e' Mrs G.V.. Hlnson entertainedthe Mrs. Btrt Hinson, Mrs. Turner,
.._ F.r..'. ... h..... are used to his commission and wings weeks with _her husband in Jack- Baptist W. M. U. Thursday Mrs., Nellie Cumbie
cooperate by "*!..!.. I. .w. and 'rU.*" in about seven more weeks and sonvllle. Mrs. Willa Mae Denton, Mrs. Doris and ??,
.. 11.1'.l.-.. b. at her home eons of Plant
afternoon Aug
the "oP. away fro* .e. Mr. Claudia Bell Low- City
from Hardy and
m.. ..* aim r.......t..l .. write to tkTIIKDE will then be a full-fledged pilot. Little Sammy Warren of Starke with eleven present.The are claim
ierc.rapb, ...p....... ...... and ..ettvltle7of Buckshot, as he.Is, familiarly spent Sunday here with bill father, near Hampton Royal Service Programwas man were In Gainesville Thursdayof Mr. and Mrs. G. P \V8d.on
I./ere.t. last week. and biro
1 called by his old friends In Starke, Dock Warren. used and Mrs. Woodrow and Mrs 1.1. M. Matcbel
COMMISSIONEDRichard In Starke last week to spend a attended school at BHS until 1936 Mr. and Mrs. 'L-, B. Harper of Hicks had charge. The topic of I Mrs. H. D. Burton and daugh this week.

with his sister, Miss Floy and then transferred to California, Boomtown spent ;saturday, ant the Month: The Christian Witnessto
R. Thede, son of Mr. furlough He where his uncle the late Rear Sunday with their, son, little Ray the Jew an Obligation. The
and Mr. R. R. Thede of Lawtey, Thomas, and other relatives. Admiral Yancey S. William, was Harper and Mr.'; and Mrs. Ray Bible Study was given by Mrs.J. .
received hla commlflslon as 2nd has been in the Navy for two in charge of tbe Mare Island Cal- Goodge. T. Guy and different parts in OFFijISVPPLIf'
Lieutenant In the Medical Administrative years has made a trip to North ifornia, Navy Yard. After finish- the program material were read
Corp at the Camp Africa, and upon leaving Starke ing school there, he flew to the GRAHAM by members. Mrs. M. L. Wat-
r Barkeley, Texas, Officer Candi- will return to the Navy's ReceivIng Panama Canal Zone and went to By Mrs. Eva StricklandMrs. terson closed with a prayer.
date School graduation on August Station at Boston, Mass., fora Junior College. Returning to the After the business asocial hour
4. Chosen from the ranks of enlisted new assignment. states, he entered George Wash- R. S. Wasdln returned had been enjoyed Mrs. Hinson,
men, the Medical Administrative Ington University and later wentto home Wednesday from St. Vin- assisted by her daughters, Mrs.
MECHANIC Newport News, Va., where he cent's Hospital, Jacksonville, and
Corps has been termed AIRCRAFT Willa Mae Denton and Mrs. Doris
the "line officers of the Medi- Cpl. Ortho K. Matheny, son of worked up to ships fitter foreman is doing nicely. Hardy, served a tempting salad -- ir rrnffr< rj f j j-usr sru-j sr jjrm m.-
cal Department". These men are Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Matheny of After Pearl Harbor, Buck traded Mrs. F. T. Abernathy and I course. tl
of the but formerly of Brooker, : his tools for more dangerous wea Wasdir We Stock Items
now taking over many Tampa, daughter, Mrs. Mathew The September meeting will be Many Needed In Ordinary
duties of training, supply, personnel Is attached to the 446th Bombard- pons.His and daughter returned home Wed- held at the church.B. .
sanitation, evacuation and ad ,' ment Group stationed at Lowry present address Is: A-C nesday after spending two weeks Business Routine Both Civilian And
ministration. Field, Colo. He is a graduate of F* M. Williams, U. S. Army Air with relatives in Alabama. Y. Saxon, Vertle Wall and Mill.
BHS, class of 1933, and attended Force Advance Flying School. Mrs. Alvin Wasdln and children Miss Ernestine Morris were Sun- Let Us
WANTS LETTERS FROM: HOME: aircraft mechanics school at Amarillo Class 43-1, Marianna, Fla. are here from Georgia to spend day guests of Mrs. Vivian Saxonat tary. Supply Your Needs
Corporal Edward D. Dyal son Texas. He completed the a. few days with relatives. Daytona Beach. P
__ _,_ _
of Mrs. E. D. Dyal. of Starke baa advanced course at Chanute Field, WILL KEEP BOMBERS IN Bills Starling of Jacksonville Misses Marian Johns and Bar- - h
been In the Army more than 2 1-2 Ill., to be come an Instrument SHAPE: Is spending a few days here with bara and Betty Home visited Account Books Box
years. He la now in the Field specialist. His address Is Cpl. Harmon P. Morgan and Gene relatives friends in Jacksonville Thursdayof I Files
Artillery and stationed In Los Ortho K. Matheny-34407079, 446 Long, two Bradford County men I Tommie Wasdln Waldo spent last week. Adding Machine Paper & Ribbons
Angeles Calif. He wrote home Bomb. Gp., 707 Sqdn., Lowry now in training at Keesler Field, Sunday afternoon ,with relatives 'Emory Brown returned home I I Desk Blotter Pads Cardboard
that he liked the place and the Field Denver, Colo. Biloxi, Miss., won their first Army Friday after a week's stay at I Card Index Files

people, and asked that everybodyhere chevrons last week-those of privates here.Mrs.. Willard Smith of Winder- Miami. Desk Calendars File Folders
write him. ,\ADVANCED: FLYING 1st class-by qualifying for with I Gordon Weest was here for the Gummed Kraft Tape
mere Is spending some I
SCHOOL enrollment in the B-24 Liberator her mother Mrs. Jim Graves. I week-end visiting his parents, Mr. Rubber Stamps Stamp Pads & Ink
SPENDS FURLOUGH HERB Francis Marion (Buckshot) Wil- bomber mechanics school. I and Mrs. T. F. Brown. Ink Eraser Mimeo Ink
Woodrow Thomas, 3rd class liams, son of Mr. and Mrs. T. S. Morgan, son of Mrs. J. K. Mor- Mr. and Mrs. William Gordan George Blrt, U. S. Army, is Shaeffer's in Pints
at the have returned to their home in' Skript and Quarts 1
arrived Williams of. Starke, is now
cook with the U. S. Navy, gan of Hampton, and Long, son enjoying a visit at home. f
Ga. after spending some Legal Blanks Legal Pads
Blakley ,
of Mr, and Mrs. E. C. Long of: Mrs. C. M. Dees and sons, Char- r
time here with Mrs. Gordon'sbrother Loose-leaf Ledger Outfits
I Brooker, will undergo the rigid les and Billy,' of Plant City returned -
SEA FOODS CHICKEN DINNERS 17-week course of the Army Air Rev. W. C. Burton. Monday after a short visit Carbon Paper x Second Sheets L
Forces Technical Training Com- Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Varnea I here with relatives Typewriter Paper and Ribbons

STEAKS CHOPS mand. They will then be qualified spent the week-end with their son Mrs. George Rahme, Sr., Mrs Typewriter Oil and Cleaner
for active line duty with some B- and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Grafton Adkins and children, Mike Onion Skin Paper Mimeograph Paper
24 unit of the Army Air Forces.' Mrs J. C. Watkins. and. Polly Ann, and Mrs. Hazel Post Binders Paper Punches i
TEMPTING TASTY SANDWICHES The course Includes instructionIn Mr. and Mrs. V. Reynolds of Starr were week-end guests, of Duplicate Receipt Books
-.. DELICIOUS HOME MADE PIES B-24 fundamentals, structures, Tampa spent Sunday with Mr. Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Chesser at Ring Binders Salespads i
fuel and electrical systems, propellers and Mrs. Roy Reynolds. Raiford. Stenographer's Notebooks
II Instruments, hydraulic Mrs. Alvin Streeter and Mrs.
systems, engine operation and In- 'PINE LEVELBy Ted Kepley were shopping in Shipping Tags Merchandise Tags
A & A LUNCHEONETTE spection. On' the line, the dutyof Mrs. II. M. Mcltae Gainesville Monday.Mrs. Rubber Type Outfits Postal Labels

'" Morgan and Long will be to -- Elzle Day, Mrs. Suzle Mor Aico-Grip Tabbing
In Park Theatre Bldg. Starke, Florida maintain the huge Liberators In IIIRTIID.IY PARTY row and grandson, Jimmy Sloan, I Pay Envelopes Indelible Ink '
the peak of mechanical conditionfor The ice cream supper Monday of Plant City, and Earl Matchettof Steel Letter-Size .File-Its":
operations against the Axis night given at the home of Mr. Washington, D. C., were guestsof Klasp Envelopes Mimeo Styli
and Mrs. David ,Kelly in honorof Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Matchett, And Many Other Items
FOR SAFETY, COMFORT, AND ECONOMY RIDE SAMPSON CITY Miss Mamie Stephens and Miss and Mr. and Mrs. G. P. Wads-
Louise Varne Odessa McRae on their birthday, worth the past week. -- --
FLORIDA MOTOR LINE BUSSES Ky was well attended and enjoyed by Mrs. J. J. Pickren and daughter -
Mrs. Graves of Graham cele- all. The dining table was dec- Virginia Lou, and son, Cyril ALL KINDS OF COMMERCIAL
FOR COURTEOUS CORRECT INFORMATION brated her 67th birthday anni- orated with the beautiful birthday visited friends and attended the PRINTING
PLEASE PHONE 147 versary with a dinner given for cakes and many nice presents for graduation exercise of her son
her here by her son and daugh- the honored guests.Remember .
ter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Tom services a t Pine Bradford County

UNION BUS STATIONLACY Graves A large number o:f Level Church this week-end. 1O CHECK .. IAr.

friends and relatives enjoyed the Mr. and Mrs. Warren Kelly and l.I, 7CAVST
with her.Mrs.Ruby IN
CONWAY Agent day TelegraphPhone
family have moved back from .
Parrish and children
the Rising Section to their old
Temple Are. Starke, Florida in 666
spent Saturday and Sunday
home here. We welcome them 29 Starke, Fla.
back again.
Liquid for Malarial Symptoms
Miss Corlne Kelly -of Tampa is
visiting her cousin, Miss Mamie n

sinI. Stephens.We ,:
are sorry to report the Illness -
of Mr. W. C. Conner who
underwent a major operation
Monday in the Glendale Hospital,
Palatka.Mr. .

y and Mrs. J. R. Hall of
Jacksonville spent Saturday night
and Sunday here with home folks.
Mr. and Mrs. H. M. McRae and
daughters, Mrs. Robert Myrickand
Odessa McRae, were visiting
relatives in Jacksonville Sunday.

By Mrs. T. N. Norman

Mrs. S. L. Towery," and little
i. daughter, 'Mary Fay. of Port St.
Joe are visiting '.Mrs. Towery's
mother Mrs. Nancy Keen, this

week.Mr. and Mrs. :W. H. Stearns of

: Green Cove are visiting the lat-
ter's* parents :Mr.: and Mrs. J. N.
Norman, this week. Mr. Stearns
? spent part of last week in the

Lake ousness.City Hospital, due to nerv-

Mrs. W. E. Norman and Mrs.
Nancy Keen were visiting Mr. and Be sure .
Mrs. Ike Norman of the Water .
: words oak section Friday of last !week.F. '
'Three worth N. Norman and E. S. Sapp All the essential 'Vitamins

made a business trip to Jackson-

50% of his salary/ vill and accompanied Friday little son of,home last Rudolph week by,Mrs.who and were Sapp were give You a full day's workIf

visiting relatives there .
Mr. and Mrs. V. H. Keen and

EUOKNK COLLSAKY is short on words But Colleary's answer to any question children Mrs. C. were L. Hilliard visiting of Mr.Lawteyover and would be,active, productive and of log their daily diet with

BIO but,he's lo-o-ng on action t about War Bonds is a three-word statement the week-end and attended good morale a new shift of wonder the B complex vitamins

coven the matter as completely asa church at Evergreen.We ., workers each for in
A machinist at Brewster Aeronautical Corwhich are glad to report Mrs. J. S. must report day duty in concentrated form

poration his vital job might be considered book: Sapp very much Improved after your diet.These wonder workers are the, ". .The Home i
'auit*a contribution to America's war effort. <-J'm an American" be says. And that' spending part of last week in the mighty B vitamins and then are more oBudweiser
But not by CoUearyt 1 I He wanted to do that I hospital as the result of a spider is one of the
something 6/4. bite.Mr. than a dozen bails the well-known Bjj world's biggest. source* of. natural B
and Mrs. L. QJ Norman and
Whether obtained from
So*uJ.,..CoJt mry a/tf ncf ore* ono-hmlf FIDDLE IT OUT FOR YOMSUF: little daughter, Lynda, made a you food or Complex Vitamins. They arc,producedfrom

ohi aa/a"7 to th. purchase o/ War Art ,. ......ILLt J< business trip to Jacksonville Tuesday from other sources, they spend the day brewer's yeast.W. supply food and

tbe Payroll Savings of last week.. improving and pharmaceutical' with a
I Bond through your efficiency keeping mllD sC lJ'ed''
Mr. and Mrs. 3. C. Sapp and
Wanyou /, Weren't there a few dollars your last pay children, of Sampson City were yore wits sharp. Then they vanish mysteriously huge volume of this vitamin yeast each

-,, might expect a man 'who's I putting envelope could' 'have....gone into ,War visiting Mr. and Mrs .F. S. Sapp .-,s i and....* be f1PJ cad Y,* '. They in turn supply,out;; armed
1 the to crow i t ,!: ;out r.p Sunday. ,-.; -
,10%. of his'salary into war t incd foccef and millions
'r tivilian with
about"it-to ten (at some length) exactly 'rich'ftQW, "rif, "t .Mrs. Nancy Keen made a business Nature is non t.o Mrwaw4th these ,/. population

what, how, and why be figured his 50% percentage you're putting aside for-Unck Mr.trip and to Mrs.Jacksonville Raymond Monday.Waters essential vitamins in the food that comes of vitamin units. This contribution

would help to win the war. Saar-andyourself IYOU'VE and children Leon Water. and to your table. Besides, the beet of cooks to your weUare resulted from years of research
daughter and Mrm. Fred Waters i laboratory and clinical work incan
and granddaughter of Palatka and easily destroy them That is why quest of better methods and facilities for
Mr. and Mrs. RaIford Carroll and more and more people are supplement-
children and Mr. and Mr. Clinton brewing the world's most popular bee"t.Bud'W'eiser .
Carrol of Miami were dinner
guests of Mrs. Nancy Keen after
BITl-NOW DO'YOUR BEST attending the funeral of little
DONE YOUR Elizabeth Carrol of Miami Friday.
I Elizabeth was the daughter of

Ur. and Mrs. Raiford Carrol who _as Mtaee.
s -ID: 7PDOR 1 Sara fyruo&m. nueatu.me nmm suwnsrvm_ lived In our community for several In addition to supplying the armed forces
years and our sympathy goes out AnheuMr-Busch produces materials which with glider pacts. sun turret parts and foodstuff
to them In their'' bereavement. Munitions Medicines Hospital Diets /o into the mane fact re ors Rubber Alumina
ED PRINCE STARKE-BLANDING TAILORSOpposite Little Elizabeth died August 4th Vitamin-fortified,cauls feed Batteries pJir/2d!!! Bread and oth.r Bakerv products
after a few days Illness in a and Tc.ail.s-co name a few.

Park Theatre Starke, Florida ttlamla hospital. ,,....,'411 1d
A M H E U S I l I V S C H 9
S A I N T t OU

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13. 1943,

FLA. STATE FARM NE'i of 8WW A NWVt of SE" hall b* published one *i week for 'hi. Order In next four weekly seal at Starke. Florida, t b i s
Se.,. 12 Twp. E H. K. 22 K. contain. four publication prior to the said ..ue.. July tub 1943.IO2'FICIAL .
By E. R. Bouvler Ine 80 Acre., more or l..n., U em- 23rd Augruxt D, 1943. Witness my hand and official SEAL) A.S; Thomas
braved under said Certificate No. ITrF.1i$ my .: 'nt.and. the seal seal at Stark, Florida thla Aa Clerk of acid Court.
VACATION of acid Court at Stark.. Bradford July 19th 1941. E. K. Starke. Florida
SUCCESSFUL REUNION 582.8EH of SEV. of NE'4 See 12 this 22nd day of (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thoma Atty. p..rrlm.n.____ 7-1J 4t 8.1,.
The C. H. tr.4r.lorlda. A. Clerk of ald Court.
Wainwright family Twp. 5 8. R. III E.. containing- July,
Acre, !..... A. J.; Thomas Frank Landrum. Starke Florida,
enjoyed a week's vacation at more or In .mbra.edunde. I'tt 7-23 i.v rmrriT CatSUP lift%FORn
for Plf. 4t Slal
said Certificate No. 6I>4. A. Clerk of th* Circuit Court of ('01 STY FI.OHIUAl IV .MAV'
PARENTHOOD Smith Lake last week. The married Sij\6, of S'4 of 8W" of 8W,. Pep Bradford County. Florida. CKHV.Velma .
tl Twp. ft $. R. 22 E., containing (SEAL) rincrirOM T. nntitvoHn
; Keen Plaintiff Albert
daughters and ,
their husbands vs.
Ii 10 Haxter & I
Acrea, I..a. Clay
more or I. embraced nnAttorn..y. Defendant' Case No.: 1378.
Mr. and lire. U A. Johnson andMr. under said Certificate No. 225. for PlaintiffPublished fF.KY.Herachel Ken ORDER OF PUBLICATION
W. England, Plaintiff v*
and Mrs. W. T. Gaylord of 8V& of SW4 of NW% Sec. IS Twp. 7-23 41 8-11 Louis M. Rnsland. D e f e ndant.: AND NOTICE TO APPEAR
B H. R. t2 11:., containing 20 Acri-a,, Lace No. 1637.ORDF.R STATE OF FLORIDA to: Albert
Palatka joined the rest of the more 'or I..., I. embraced under IM riHrriT COIHT. HI\Dram I) OF PUBLICATION Keen who** residence. la. IOHV4\! M.
family for this pleasant vacation said Certificate No. >J. ( ()('N'l'l. FLOItll>A|. 1\1: 11"\1.: AND NOTICE TO APPEAR Jackaon $t.. Albany Ueorgla.
*r .... CJLiBona COICBAO EDWAXMIEACHING reunion. NV1 of Lots 7.' S In Woodlawn ('.:"YFlor.nc. STATE OF FLORIDA to) Louise You are required to appear on
Sec.. 13 Twp. 6 S. R. 22 B., containInir Palmer Pl I ntlff v*. M. England, who. residence. I I. un August 23rd., 1943 In the above
A.nlf..; ...... II 10 Acre more or Ivna, la embraced ( dlIl9t.lm.r. Defendant Case I known. named Court and cau* wherein
L IHKTHUAY CELEBRATIONA under aald Certificate No. No. You are required to appear on plaintiff seeks divorce. Cutody of
III. ORDER OF PUBLICATION September 6 1941, In t b e above Child and Support. Bradford
chronicled the
year ago we hot 19 I nWoodlawn Sec. 11 Twp. AND NOTICE TO APPEAR named CourL l and cause. wherein County Telegraph shall publish
YOUNGSTERS TO FINISH birthday of J. B. Caldwell of B M. R. 22 E.. containing Acrea, STATE OK FLORIDA to: Urady plaintiff seek divorce and custody thla Order In neat four weekly
THE JOB Ocklawaha father of our J. G. more or I...., I. embraced under Palmer Whose residence I. Un of minor child.I Bradford CountyT.I..r.ph ,Issues.
said Certificate No.; 590. known. shall publlah thl* OrderIn Witness my hanoi and official
.chUB.tIIUJIaJIII' Caldwell. We are glad Mr. Caldwell S"-j of Lola All 5. ( You are required to appear on next four wkly I..ue. seal at dtark. .Florida!! t hi a
Ever1Dn' know that a required. and so If the child gives las lived to In Woodlawn I : c.4It pollt's. R. August 23rd.. 1943 In the above Wltn** my hand and official July 19th. 1943. !' .
are otten ahort-Uved. up at the first sign of discourage enjoy another 22 E., containIng 10 Acrea, more or named Court and ..aua*, wherein seal at Stark, Florida, Chic August (0t1'FICIAL( SEAL) A.S.; Thomas ', .
mother wbo wrote the fob mime he may never discover whether anniversary hIs 74th. ThIs time I...., la embraced under said Certificate plaintiff *eek* .divorce anti retoratton 6- 1943. i A. Clark of said Court \

tII.letter 1* eoncarnad over the or not he has a gift for It. Besides over a hundred peop.e. attendedthe Lots 43.No.44 95.In Woodlawn, 8eo. 14 'nunty of Telegraph Maiden name.shall publlah Bradford thl.Ord..r OFFICIAL A.SEAL Clerk) of A. said J. Thomas Court Itt Frank. for Landrum.Plf. Stark 1-11. Florida 4t 1-U ;

tIIat her ehlWwn never finish there Is joy and satisfaction reunion many bringing; birth Twp. 5 8. it. 22 E.. containing In next four weekly t.ue William I D. Morgan, Jacksonville -
et "Almost in Acrea lens Wltnea my hand and officialseal Florida. Atty. for Plf. 8-6 4t salI i>Ff>nr
She write: ev- viewing finished things-a roW'of day gifts. At noon time a sumptuous more or. la embraced I at Starke. Florida, thla July IV: rinrriT roiiHT. rm '
under Certificate
said No. *05. rot'VTY.' FLUHIIIAl IV CHAKIRobart : -
week sows) naw project Is jars of canned fruit will give meal was served. J. G. Caldwell Lot 41 In 'Woodlawn fee. 14 Twp. 17th., 1943.OFFICIAL.. riHrriT. roi'HT' mi.tnrotturnl CJllRY': ,
at our bouM. Dad. U nat- most women a genuine glow of sat and family the B S. R. 22 E. containing Acres ( SEAL) A. J. Thorn. VTV, FLOHIItAl: ( fl4r4- Levine, Plaintiff, v.. ROJ
be were among : .. i'. acid Aa Clerk of said Court. CKHY.Sarah Case No. J5U7.
faction. Unt.
little over-pnerold. so A doll dress with the more or embraced under Levine, Defn
a guests who enjoyed this pleasant 'Certificate No. 590. E.i.lY'"fo Perry man. Stark Florida, K. Davis Tunlon Plaintiff ORDER OF PUBLICATION
quastlons when hem and both : 7-13
'1 ask many sleeves neatly fin- occasion. Lot 14 In Woodlawn See 14 Twp. Pit. 4t 8-13 v*. William Carlton Tunlaon. Defendant. AND NOTICE TO APPEAR
i wanti a quarter for wire or Isbed Is something for a little girl B H. R. 22 E., containing Arrea. -_. -- (Caa No. 1628. STATE] OF FLORIDA to: n".a
in airplane and Marian to be proud of. One completed more or lean. la embraced under iv nnri'iT roi'HT. lilt 'UFo..n ORDER OF PUBLICATION Levin, whoa residence I I. Unknown. I'
tor for knltttoa; needle. model plane of simple COMMUNITY: CLUBAt said Certificate No. 600. ( <>! >T%. FI.OHIltAl: ('II"'>. AND NOTICE TO APPKAIt .
anti money design is the meeting Lot 42:: In Woodlawn 8..c. 14 Twp. CKUV. STATE OF FLORIDA to: \\nilam You are required to appear on
lthough Just last week the extra better than a half dozen elaborateones regulac. monthly ; 6 S. R. 22 E.. contaIning Acres, Marion Eugene Carlton TtmUon whose residence. August llrd.. 1943 In the above
was for beads with which left unfinished when the work\ of the Community Club a com more or leaa, la embraced under Marian I Butler,B'r'n\ ;: ItlIt\:: :** la unknown.You named Court and cause wherein
centl headband. Urutor- becomes said Certificate No. 604. No. 2695.OHDIiR. are required to appear. on plaintiff ...t ks dlvorc Bradford
too intricate.So mittee to nominate officers for I
embroider a September' 51. 1043. In the above Telegraph shall\ publlti '
4, IS In Woodlawn *tep. 15 OF PUBLICATION County
>. these ambitious plans encourage your children to fin. the coming year was appointed. T.J.I"II 8. R. 22 E., containing ANI NOTICE TO APPEAR named Court and cause, wherein this Order In next four weekly

frlly get beyond; the spending and lab their scrip books and rabbit Mrs. L. F. Chapman chairman, Acrea, more or lean. In embraced STATE (Ii.' FLORIDA to: Marian plaintiff seeks. divorce and rectoration I..u"
of Maiden Bradford Wltne. hand and official
.How can I teach undi-r said Certificate No. 611. Butler whose residence I. Un name. my
:lIIIlng itage. pens and pirate eaves, to tend their Mrs. L. A. Shepherd and :Mrs. R.. Lots Ol0, 40, 41, Woodluwnfl known. County Telegraph ahall puhllh this eat at Stark. ..Florida thla
I children to finish what they beLike Victory gardens until frost. But L. Cox to serve with her. Four. 15 Twp. B );. rt.3n K., contain.ing You are required to appear. onAugust ,Order In next four weekly |leslie.. July' 2l t. 1943.OFFICIAL .
'" don't go to the extreme of insisting 40 acres, more or* I lees* I IN embraced 23rd., 194.1. In the above ,I Wltne* my hint and official ( HEAL: ) A.S.; ThomanAa
f n' virtues which w. used teen members were present Mrs under said Certificate No. named Court and cause, wherein seal I at Stark, Florida this Au. Clark of said Court.i.tY'"fo .

Yvalue many without; analyzing them. that summer the on bug the collection farm become started a maJor one O. I* Partney, hostess served 6111.Lot 34 In Woodlawn" See 15 Twp. Plaintiff Telegraph seek dlvorcw.shall. nulvllHh Bradford. (hi. f ;tJl'rclt3'MEAI.: ) A.S; Thomas B. : .[.u.man. Starke: 7-21 Florida 4t t-13 ,$

i matter of sticking to each proli hobby; after ;your boy has returned sandwiches cookies and grape B 8 R. 22 11:.. containing 10 Al'r..a.more Order In next four weekly. lntie. I A* Clerk of said Court
to ...., la Wltnea. hand anl official 'Robert tt Duncan Jacki'nyIileFlorida ,
it Is finished Is open or J. embraced under my !
i until to school in the city.; What juice. said Crrtirirnte No. 144. Seal' at Htarke, Florida this I Ally for Plf. 8-8 4t 8-27
nation. Some things we start are boys' pockets for if not for Lot 44 A., W.i of Lot 45 In Wood- Julv/ 19th' 1943.

Enrft worth finishing. Perhaps we string and nails and marbles Miss Annabel Gresham of Birmingham lawn H.-c. IB Tw|>. 5 S. It.. 22 M., (OFFICIAL SBAL) A.S.; Thomas iv (1111'1'' .t-oiur, \IIKOIIH (

we have no knack for .themStall. knives and even sealing wax. Ala., guest o f MissRoberta containing-, Acres. more or less, A* Clerk of Maid Court. r'I M NT!'. .. ..OIUIl". IV < HVfKIIY. : ritik
T. Frank Lnndrum 8tarke. Florida,
the study of this I In embraced under laid CertificateNo. ,
So begin though perhaps "cabbages and Whitfield for several 214. Atty. for Plf. 7.2k 4t :3 Sam Benjamin Kohn. Plaintiff vs.Hettl ,

problem. If you; have encountered it kings" would be a bit unweUdyl days last week left Friday for Loin 47, 48 In Woodlawn Sec. 15 Kuhn, Defendant Ccci No.
lin children by; admitting thatIninr Anyway; they; were certainly meant Twp. S H. R. 22 E.. containing- iv rmrrrr corny mt \IIPOIIIII'OI 11598.onnER
Daytona Beach. I...... I IN embraced. OF PUBLICATION
are worth trying* Just AcrpH more or \'I'Y. Fl.OIIIIIAl IN tll\-
thing for a "number of thlngs"iFinally under a>tld Certificate No. 825 ('KHV.Klnm AND NOTICE APPEAR
llor tile varied experience they ot- the most effective teach. Misses Mary Jo Caldwell of Lot 51 In Woodlawn, Sec. 16 Twp. tl. Walden Plaintiff. V*. I STATE OF : OD\ to: Belli
Ifer but that they; may not all beIworth Starke and Miss Ray Finch of B S. R. 22 R, containing AcreM, Llewelyn B Walden 1> e f ...ndanl.OHItEtt Kohn whose renltlent. ** I IM 47 Pitt
finishing if. with the belt will lug is to let the family a good example :- more or less I IN embraced under 1'une No 2684. Street. New York City New. York.
child's by; finishing ;your own tasks Tavares were guests of Mrs. J. aald' Certificate No. 820. OF PUBLICATION I( You are required to appear on )
I in the world the perform. one at a time. We all know women G. Caldwell Saturday and Sun Lots 27, 38 In Woodlawn 8..". 18 AND NOTICE TO APPEAR August :23rd.. 1943. In the above I
lance of them Is bound to be ex- Twp. E 8. R. 22 K., containing STATE OF FLORIDA to: LieWe. I named. Court and cau*, wherein
tremely poor.However. who tear up the whole house in a day. Acres. more or !less. La embraced lyn B. Walden, co W. I). Wulden 1 pb muff *eek divorce. Bradford
perfect frenzy when they should under said Certificate No. Iii?. Belmont, New York.You i County Telegraph hall publlhI
not minimizing are
I I am &Zr. and Mrs. P. S. Crews I
T.ot BO In Wood See' 17 Twp. are required. to appear on I Order In n.xIuur weekly 4.5.as,'
from that
ithi Importance of seeing a lob know experience they'UftnJsb entertaining Mr. and Mrs. W. S. B 8. R. 22 B, containing Acre, August 18th. 194.1. In the above laauea.
I through! to the end. To begin with. only half the jobs they've be of Jacksonville more or lena I. embraced under. named Court and deuce, wherein Witness my hand and official ,
I in which skill Is Rivers and baby said. 1 Certificate ..No. 631. plaintiff *".k. divorce. Bradford seal .at Starke, Florida. this
It may be one Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Crews of Lots 53. 62 Woodlawn 8e' "... IT County Telegraph shall publish this July 19th.. Up.A .
B 21 JO. Older In next four. weekly lue J. TIUJMAS.
of Twp. 8. R. containing- 20
Miami and Pvt. John B. Rivers Acres. more or I less I. embraced Wltne my hand and official: l A. Clerk of ald Court.
Moultrie. Ga. under said Certificate" No. 6.12 seal at Htarke Florida, thla July (OFFICIAL foI AldKnl..ht
FASHION Lot 43 In Woodluwn Sec. 17 Two 14th 1943. & Knight Starke. Florida
H9jLSE Mrs. M. A. Bouvier and little S H. R. 22 E. "on lain In" 10 Acrea. (OFFICIAL SEAL) A.S.; Thoma Altya for Plf. _, 7-23 4t 8iaiv
son William of Miami enroute more or less, '3. embraced under Aa Clerk of ald (Court :
aid T. Frank Landrum, Starke. Florida rinrriT .(t'tI'iii' RII"UFORU
to CartersvUle Ga.. were guests .Ctt& e\fni.o:3:9;:\ \ : In Wood. Atty. for Plf. 7.16 4t 8-7 roi'vrv. .. ..unlu." C iv (IIAV

of Mr. and Mrs. J.-.A. Bouvler lawn Sec. 17 Twp. 5 93. R. 22 I-t. fKIIY.Loule Under the Rationing: Program
Howell Plaintiff I Robert
lees, IV CIIUTIT fflt IIT. n"UFO'UI v
containing- Acrea, more or
HO'ME Friday and Saturday. Miss Mary la embraced under said CertificateNo. ('Dl'41',; %'. FI.OHIItAl IV ('II.""- File: Howell, Defendant.: Case No. You are allowed 3

Joyce Bouvler who baa spent several 834. ('.:UY. 11123.ORnF.R I'aira of Shoes Per Year.
Lot 55 In Woodlawn Sea 17 Twp. Jessie Mnye Moody Plaintiff vs.Wailace OF PUBLICATION
weeks with her grandparents B 8. R. 22 E.: containing Acres E. Moody Defendant. Cae. ANn NOTICE TO APPEAR Let Ua Make Your Old
Robert .
accompanied her 1 mother to more or less la embraced under aald No. 2506.
D Certificate No. IB 4. ORDER OF PUBLICATION Ele Howell who* rlilnc I. Ones Like New

; PATRICIA DOW Georgia.Mr. Lots I 2. 1. 4 B II B II 18 ANI NOTICE TO API'EASLSTATB Unknown.You .
and Mrs. J. O. Randall left 34. 15 4k 46. 61. 'II'I in'W'oodlawnSec. ; OF FLORIDA to: WallaceE. are required to appear onAugut
In the
19 Twp. B S. R. 22 E.! containing Moody whose residence la Un 23rd., 1943
where wherein
Mace'. Eltth. Wednesday for Jacksonville Acres. less la known. named Court and cau*, THEELECTRIC ,
1Aite* o* Sliest 150 more or embraced peeks dlvorc Bradford
former will enter St. Luke'shospital under said Certificate No. You are required to appear onAu..u..t plaintiff
shall publish SHOP :
23rd., 1943. In the above County Telegraph SHOE
In the canning for a major operation.Mr. 81. named Court and cau*, wherein this Order In next four weekly
August ushers big Lots 17. B3, 116, 80 In Woodlawn Arrou rroas Park Tkalr

ive because we'll be harvesting and Mrs. W. W. Fish of Sec. 20 Twp. B 8. R. 22 H., con.talnlnll' plaintiff<_,.,.e._ T neek..le.rttoh dIvorce shall_ Bradfordf .nubllnh Issue Witness my ,"." ....< ..'fi..1.i '
40 Acre, more or lean la
lour main crops from our gardens. Jacksonville were week-end guestsof embraced under said Certificate. No, --

scanning in the home kitchen pre. their parents Mr. and Mrs 855.
|oU a few hazards for the novice Lot 83 In Woodlawn Sec, 20 Twp.
|host t the experienced canner con.trail J. O. Randall. B S. R. 22 E.. containing Arrea -
force Mrs. W. N. North has gone to more or tana IN I embraced under Ifr
from of habit over a aid Certificate NO. 662.
period of :years. -- Raleigh. N. C., to visit her son Lot 32. 84 In Woodlawn Sec.' :SO

I No matter how hot the day. bow Buddy Davis who Is an Army Twp. B 8. K. 23 II. containing- _

I hot the how hot the utenI State College.Mr. Acre, more or lex*. la embraced
stove or student at N. C. under laid Certificate No. 1AO.NE THE
nil tile home canner must keep and Mrs. J. L. Robinsonand "1 of NK" of NKM; Hep. 24Twp. SOLDIERS ON

lend She must keep a cool headland : 6 H. R. 22 E, containing 10Acroa
Parker were guests
Mrs. H. L.
few more or lesS, I I. embraced
remember and practice a
of relatives. In Jacksonville Sun under iiild Certificate No. 151.
I very ilmple safety tips. ; 4 HWV, of SK'i: & 8"j of
I Such a simple thing as a pothold- sJl offs Sec. 84 Twp B H. R.ti &

ler. Its size and thickness may be .. day.Gerry Bouvier and Miss Betty J1:. contaIning 40 Acres, more or TRANSPORTATIONFRONT
less la embraced. under akl Certl- r
I responsible for a burn. In canning Bouvier of Miami are visiting flt'nte. No. 282.

I large potholders are a must. They their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.J. The aeaiment of aald property
I must be made of finely woven non- under aald certificate No. 39 wa.
I materiaL They A. Bouvier, In the name of W. p. Clvde: the
beat-conducting It Is with regret that we hear asNenam..nt of said property under
I must be flexible enough to permit said. certificate. No. 562 and 573 t
I the canner to have a firm grasp that Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Bristol were In the name of Unknown ;' thaaeaament

I and large enough for the worker to will move to Gainesville In the of said property under
said certificate No. 122 was I In thename I
I handle hot cans and other equip- near future. Mr. Bristol has resigned of T. R. Hamby; the aeieaa-

I ment without being burned. his position on the Parole said r said
ftlg'le: rflr.d": :
I When completing the seal on Jars' K. No. 584 were
the P..
will teach at
the I In the name of Unknown) thea.sis.ment "L -
containing hot foods and liquids
Yonge School this coming term.' of said property under 1'911
I hind should be protected with sevI said certificate- 225 was I In the uMi< / ,
I eral thicknesses of toweling Mrs. P. D. Fancher returned name of Sarah ;J. Oleaaon Uhl; tha :* m i ? IC

Ba lure the wire baskets usedIn Saturday from Jacksonville where aiaeaament of aid property under i-WS
said l certificate No. 93, 96, B90 and
inserting and removing Jars from she has been a patient at River. 96 were In th*' Came of unknown' ; I i j y BiitstfUV ;

boilers and pressure cookers are I side hospital for some weeks. the aaaement of said property C .
strong enough to bear their load Shaw of Auburndale Is the tilder aald certificate. No. 205 wa. \ ,
Joe :
and In the name of ;J. M. Truby; the _
protect the worker. IlirniibaskeLi .
guest of Spencer Crews assessment of acid property under "
which might collapse when 699. 600
said certificate No. 604 ,
weighted down with filled cans areS Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Dudley were ilL, 616 144. 214. 625 624. 827. flat, /
of friends in Lake City 612, 83.1: and, 634 were In the name IN
1 very definite accident risk. guests 1
of Unknown; the mement of Eg
Coven of an canning containers Saturday. said property under said certificate .Jaa J J"A
Ked with hot materials should be No. 154 waa In the name of MatildaNeleon .
tinted( so that the edge AWAY from Nlnetr-clx cents eat 01 : the aement of said property

the face rises first.w This lets the every dollar goes for Warexpenditures. was In under the Raid name certificate of Pura No.Water 91

Steam escape without coining In (Co; the assessment of sail property .
contact with the worker. The other four under said certificate No. 656.
662 and 160 were In the name of
Take care not to crowd the range cents goes for Unknown; the aeHament of said
When canning. Kettles containing Oov.rnmeutexpenses property under said certificate No.
hot foods or liquids should be kept ".. 158 was In the name of Manic A.
i i Woodent and the aement. of
wen back from the edge of the .8414)
For Freedom's Sake PII.I. said property under said certificateNo. K1
tova. U left too near the edge they .11.19 282 was In the name of Un

tan be easily knocked or even 1'0'r.r.1 OF APFMC4TIOM known.
Jarred oft resulting in waste iMPossibly Gay Two-Piece .'01& TAX 'UU: Unless .uld Certificate. shall ba
a burn. (!'...... Bill 1 N... I""3> redeemed. according to law the I
Ml-If you've a HEHEBY ( ? properties described therein will be
palters ?4o. NOTICK 13 !
Pressure cookers special l.lrI'E of hldd" at the
require colors pick a That W. H. Edwards, Jr.. h sold to the hlahet; r
bright .
uandlln hankering for Court-houe door on the flrt Monday
The canner must. sure this figure- Tax Certificate Numbered respectively p-* V
the bold plaid to make 89 l .ued the 11th., Month of September
has few Number Inwhll :
gauge stood at zero a
lucky.lucky the 6th., day of
For 1943. I"
minutes before the petcock is flattering two-piece. day of July A. D. m5; Number ofAugust September A. D. 1943. ft / \
and 6T3 Issued the 7th., day .
opened Then the petcock always JUnfor. sizeS 11 13. 562 A. D. 1933; Number 123 h. Dated this 5th., day of AuguitOFFICIAL
In .
must be Pattern 8411 Is of July A. D. A.D.t43., -
opened to release any Uve uVd the 4th day PEAL'
13 takes 3% ;) A. J. Thoma
and 0. Size 1182 and 1184 Issuedthe (
team 17 Numbers '
before the cooker lid Is 15. for 1987; Clerk Circuit Court, BradfordCounty
yard :
35-inch: material; 7th day of August l'd.d:3: 27Jl
removed. yards ofSeptember Florida. I4t '
cues.am. Number 2j leaned _
The jars themselves must be banned contrasting collar and A. D. 1&36: Number 93 -' I A BIG family like; Florida Motor 7
: 0 ? 1C K
to the of July A. I> I
prevent misfortune. Never Issued h..dar. A meetingwill be held '
l the 2nd public
UI8 Jars for canning that were Intended 1925; Number on Monday Auruat 16, 1943 at ', .
D. 193T Number all /
of August A. : In the office of L'nev; ha* jobs to do .
for the packing of cold foods dBl of 10:00 o'clock a. m. many

-the glass isn't strong enough to 1 1ddr.l D.'r:V'N.u.t.j.dl: ;: .: ; tc. u AusjirtA atruotlon the Superintendent for the purpose of Public. of *In-x. I .

withstand the necessary high tem- 4th., 205 day of Issued July the A. D 6th 1535, day: Number nfAugust plaining- the Increase In propn..." I ;important to the whole. The care of

perature. Number. SM. expenditure for the 1943-44 fiscal
A. D. 1929;
Keep jars In hot: water until 6007604, 611 and 618 Issued the 7th., eon year'I Interested aa provided: or by. 1Ct.tnr.Invited sanitation of our stations-the comfort and assistance .
Number the cleanliness
ready to fill them. Then wrap them day of August A. D. 1533>> : to attend
tnd. day of BeptVmber -
bottom and sides. In cloth wrung 144 iMued the ... W. J 1. MIDDLETON

out of water as hot as you can bear If..... 01 pPV-L---t ued the A. tnd D ,1140 day: Number of JolxA.214 n. atruc.Superintendent. of 7.30 Public 3t 1-11 In- of our patrons falls to our Maids our Porters, and our Red. j,

Tour hands wet 825. 526, 827. *3l., '
In It. This SIz.- 1934: Number 'ytJa,2f ;
cloth I ."e'" If" and 634 lanued. the 7th.:
striking 633
the Jar keeps the air from. August A. D. 1933: Number 154 h. IX: TMR: riHCl'IT r 0 iT R T OF I Smiling industrious-you've seen them often enough to know--

The while you are putting I end IS cents In eoln .',.'!. wed. the 2nd day of Hsptemb.r' A FlORID KKIIITH: Jl'lll' ('| S I. caps.
hot food in it and prevents u>- D.I: 1940; Number 91 Issued the 7th., (1154.1 I'S'. IHAMI Poll ui. I I-
breakage I .jchp.USmd15dI day of Auwii.t A. D. 1 39; NumbrnS5 FOUl COl".TV. IV rtlt:\11&; Y. how really important they are to Florida Motor Lines and how useful
i ,* and 562 IMBU <| the 7th., day PETER HHANOKOWSKV, I _
I Patricia Dow Fati-u. ,.1 Aua-unt A. D. 1932; Number 11I0 I'lalatill
Office r..u..d th. 2nd., day of HeptemherA VA.ANNA. I and in the
supplies of an kind for have shown diligence
Ioe W. lisa .... ".. *.'*. Sle1 I'. IUO: Number 1SH I..u..d the 8HANDROW8KVUefeiulant I e to our passengers. They courtesy
TItI.e a* The .Bradford County 4th. day of July A. D. 19271 and t
h.u.d the 2n.l, day _
-"graph. of Number July I A. D. .19J4, has filed name ---ORDER--;'-F."PtJRLICATTT'J- face of a job that seems never finished. Florida Motor Lines appreciates -

In my office and hair made appllcaj ANt NOTICJB. TO APPEAR
"tfRt.l.,' I DR UFonn t!Ion for Tax feed. to be UeuedthSa1dnc TO ANNA BHAVnROWHKy. R. F.
( TY. 'Ot'RT. nnroaenFL0UWi : C.T.T ('o'nT. l 4jIl.t. I>. No. 1,. BTOCKTON NEW JEREybtr and thanks them. commends their efforts to the vast bus
( I IV (:IUN.C'be" 'DC 1". FLUIIIP' .rtlflcat. renpertlvely em8I -

r l.nY.tYmbert ., V 0.Anee the following deacr5l'l' proy. ARE ftfenEBT NOTITIED
plaintiff race
to. : ,,*Erne''t t arer. Plaintiff. Danl.I.. Iet"nll."t.Ca.e ertlea In the County; of Bradford: that a stilt hoa been filed ac"ln.t whom in -and well.'I'
Bdall "A Elisabeth Lederer, pOBre.jrnM *- Flor..11I Daniels. 0' F'"rlda.' you In the circuit court for Bradford i traveling public they serve many ways

N<>- Z80T.AvrEJ No. 1608.ORDEH ptRLI'ATIOS' !;:& of 8E-i "I9AJ.lw'l' of SB- County Florida In chancery,
? ? op PUBLICATION 01"
: APPEAR Poj of River fi-C. H. R. 21 by Peter fhandrowxky, the came STATION o'
8:0 : iN8TICK To APPEAR ANn NOTICE TO to: Airn.. E., containing 120 Acrea, more or being a ult fur divorce, and your 4 UNION BUS
Elilai't'h') FLORIDA to Melv.na STATE OF FLORIDA under laid ".1"- required to file with
embraced hereby I I'i
Lad.rer who.e rulel..nc.I. \.55. !I. U\CV CONWAY, Agent:
who. r. ld.nc. tJ.niele.
ald Court written
Itl Fior.Ili Clerk of your
vII! fI''IN Road. houte' ;r 1. 'Hyatta- IOU 7th t4tret. N.V... \"a.hlnll. WXSllNN'of NELL or 8% of NSr.f appearance (peraonally or by Temple. Avenue rhone 147 'f Iile
ynaryland ton. D. C. Cnte 1. :2 !lese 5 A In JlW Cor attorney) In ald milt on or before 5iIeS
t'SNt' Ua 5are..requl..ed to appea.'on Au. You are required. to app.- onAuguSt "Sec.' 3. Twp. 4 S. R. 22 K.: contain- the 23rd. dar of August, A. D. 1943and qf I '
m Court un. ln the above nam- 2dth. 1943. In the above nam'Cd Ina80 Acre. more or !I.u. !I. .m- thereafter to file with *alilClerk
'Iff ,..t avid caua wherein plain. Court afld CaUSe whereInPlafl: rnced! under' paid Certificate No.IIdtnr. ( your written defence. If any
Ti l d''IVo"c*. Bradford County seeks, divorce. !radford COunty to the bill complaint In acidult riORlPAMoTORTlNES: $ i
ii n nliW "hal1' publlith thla .OrderWiLlour tart T.I..raph. shall publish this Order 44 4". 4* Woodlawn Sec. at the time prescribed by law. i :
,? weekly> Issues. four w.eklT lasUca- B. 22 E., contalnlna; Herein fall not or judgment will
next officialpeat 10 Twp
r my hind and official mT hand and Aerie., :r.r leee, IB embraced be entered aalnt you fir default.
: ark.. Florida,, thU ,July wltn.sa this July 8 10
21th.atr3 .t Setarke' Florida under .aid I'ertlflrate No. 1173. The Bradford County Telegraph:
"43.OFFICIAL 35, 18 .Ui Woodlawn Sec.. 10rwp. a newspaper of g-eneral circulationpubllxhed
AI Clerk A- THOMAS! 26th. SEAL) A.S.; 'rhomasAs Lots II E. contalnlnsAcrea. 20 In Bradford County Florida .
of said Court. ( of .Id Court. II M. R. deala-nated. thenewspaper ,': .
Clerk more or I..... la embraced I. hereby a ... '
B..hI "
(OFFICIAL 8E4L) which this notice <
Daytona In
ICntllht Hard eat,. 5.26 said Certificate No. UJ.
W. C. 7.80 4t unde
Alt Knls-bt. Stark. Florida
,.. for Pit.
for PH. 7.J4 4t .JNJ I Fla. Atty


sIx! reconstruction. One man cannot AND NOTIC'
Mrs. Todd. she is survived by .
grandchildren. She was born and do It all-it will take allot Alien STA1'1J.Harrell! 010' Jo'JA'Rll1fPPtAI liu" 298 II;!

Threatens War Effort spent her entire life in Bradford us. N, C. Lump

Pulpwood Shortage ; County She belonged to the PIne "We shall later make such cam Bip xmbre e. ismtdIi;1 '' tar
Hilt Congregational Me tho d 1st t paign as our limited finances may named COUrt and' I ".:, 01
,Church. permit and as war conditions plaintiff( reeks dl' Jr..t. p h'

Farmers To Remedy Situation Funeral and burial services were may Justify. The success, my Order l.ounly In telegraph next 'huU nablhp'
Appeal To conducted at the Evergreen Ceme. friends, ,of our campaign and our seal Witness at Starke my. Flul'ldu'hand; ?
tery near Raiford at 4:30 P. M. administration rests with you. I 8. 1943. B.aJ

armed forces and our allies. seas and for home front war uses I I pamphlets emphasizing the immediate Tuesday the Rev. Ernest GrlffU,. must depend upon you to embrace (OFFICIAL SEAL) 1

The Telegraph has joined other our Fall the weekly and daily la addressed! to farmers woodland need of pulpwood for war pastor of the Pine Hill Church of andj/carry/ on our cause. The '1". Frank iarfgftiThat ; \
of Last "
weekly and dally newspapers responding to the call of owners, forest laborers and purposed. They [urged farmers ficiating. enemy never sleeps! Be on guard. Alty for _, I'
the nation in a campaign to press M. Nelson' Chairman of other available workers in the and woodland}owners to harvest Every victory won and every I -
the Government to help solve the Donald producingareas their pulpwood "right now" when worthwhile accomplishment has NOTlr.f 01" APPtIrIT10<<
three major pulpwood Returns
the War Production Board organized Dr. Adams Foil T' 1IIn1
serious pulpwood shortage ultua- and conducted the memorable of the South Northeast! and the country needs it most. been made only through the efforts ("....t. Okkn.; :
tlon. It la the second time since Newspaper Scrap Metal Lake States where manpower The War Manpower Commission Dr. H. Herlong Adams nephewof of you. sty loyal friends. NOTll"W R. L. Lee IS holder',

Pearl Harbor that the natlon'rnewspapers Drive. Mr. Nelson described this shortages have developed because classified pit I pwood-cu ttlng Dr. M.\ B. Herlong who was Through you and by.you, we will tlfic.te No 6U. issued thTult(

have been called upon effort as one "without precedentin of the withdrawal of woodsmenfor and transport to 'the mills the with him In his office here for give to the people of Florida their In of July my office A. D.and 19,10, haM h..1 meUb'flltth

to overcome a'.serious war material this country" and declared service in the armed forces or manufacture' of pulp paper and awhile has, returned from a vacation own government. Our sole ambi- cation tor a lax dp"d lu bl b r
; thereon
p P shortage. the News.paper' "that the results surpassed my other war work. paper-board products) for packing la Memphis Tenn., and tion is to serve our state and the tollowlnlf Said deserlhd certlflcalem!

Last Fall It was Metal Cam- fondest hopes." The growing/ seriousness of pulpwood vital supplies .as essential activi Little Rock Ark., and will now fellowman efficiently and our the County ot pro, Nlue:
United Scrap Florida. towitSr :
ties. Notice of this ruling was located here aa Maker We have kept
permanently :; ot
prompted 4
shortages 8W'4
At that time 'scores of Of the current pulpwood campaign Sec 38
paign.steel mills faced 'shutdowns for Mr. Nelson said "Once Nelson chairman of the War sent to Selective Service Service Boards Dr. Herlong's.assistant. faith with the people of Florida or:;= lesi" contalllh'lf to acread" '

materials. What the In situation Production Board to Issue the and U. S. Employment and my faith In you abides*' I I
lack of vital I again an emergency Offices to establish the eligibility DEFINITELY' .rtjr under henrsld. IrrtNigp,
newspaper accomplished In that involving/ production for the war following/ appeal to farmers: of these essential workers for GREEN Congressman Green will be at rued wall In the name .<
The situation. American newspapers have "If one of the more than ANNOUNCESFOR Moore. II j
drive in history [effort. very draft deferment.The his home In Starke until the expiration I
was saved with more than 6,000- : offered their assistance to the 2800.000 farmer lit the 27 certiflcateeht116..
I critical nature of pulpwood GOVERNOR of the present House deemed nviMirumf"? Hi law. .
000 tons of precious metal collected War Production Boa rd. This pulpwood producing states were re.1 I rty described tp| Pr
I I voluntary and unsolicited action to devote three extra days in shortages was Indicated during (Continued from page one) cess September 14, ana to house the door hlKheRt bidder a""hM M\IUieol\
May in War Production Board reports desire to see and confer with ?
represents the highest expression 1943 to cutting pulpwood we i a he month of
camsign 'I!of practical patriotism-the kind 'could overcome the threatened which showed receipts at I "8. Match Federal grants for his friends. I U the 8th., day of vptVmh'r.I iJ

hundreds of thousands of : of patriotism which if emulatedby 2,300.000-cord sho r tag e with all mills for the first five monthsof the aged blind, and dependent 1943.:Ottted thl. Uh day TSt'JOFFICIAl.
tecause and woodsmen in the year were 22 per cent be- children thus allowing $40 per 1:01: rincriT COURT BRADPORI ( !SEAL' .
of the nation's pulpwood, farmers wood to spare. 4'OI' T'Y..,FLORIDA dl.rk ? c'ourf'nf TV
lords '' InNCHAN'e's of lrult BS
pulpwood producing areas of the In anticipation of the present low receipts for,the>Corresponding: month for the aged. ..Cut. nY.Loraine. County Florida.
for war I I a..
q, ire required purposes. the period In 1942. This report was tape In obtaining old age pensions Rhode, Plaintiff, vs. IIi
The Victory Pulpwood Campaign United States, will solve problem critical sho rtage In pulpwood Joseph 'Rhodfn, Defendant: Cane -
initiated by the War I of current and threatening supplies, the War Production followed by statement that Gov. and aid to the blind'anddependent No.' 2623. NOTU'.1 OK I'UTIO:

sp f' Production was Board with the cooperation pulpwood shortages and by Its Board called upon the U. S. Department ernment requirements for militaryand children. Match and AND ORDER NOTICK OF PUBLICATION1 TO APPEAR Flridatby, virtue Mnynr of: th.if *'?.

of other Federal Departments I broader example help to hasten of Agriculture for assist civilian use; in .1943 wouldbe obtain Federal grants for Internal 1 STATE OF FLORIDA tor -Joseph vested In me by law, do IUlh.he
I 13.000.000( cords. Less than improvements and construction Ilhoden whose residence Is un rail In be to-lit'
Personally lln the II
', war agencies and in- the winning of the war. ance. The Forest Service Region known. City Hall ator".ald t t"..
It is designed to relieve'' and as Chairman of the War ,al 'Extension Directors, Extension 5,000,000 cords had been producedat program; friendly.and You 'are required to appear on the qualified voters on Tn. !
dustry. in Production Board I am happy to Foresters and County-Agents were the end of .May. Therefore aggressive cooperation with September 6, 1943 In the above September 14, 1843. for the wJ
Increasingly serious shortages named Court and cause -whereinplaintiff of electing the following offltfr
the raw material which I welcome the assistance of the requested to assist in stimulating more than 8,000,000 cords must Florida's Congressional Delegation seeks divorce' BradfordCounty One .r.m..n
pulpwood, this be produced iiv the remainingseven and the Federal officialsin Telegraph shall. publish this Two
In important production pulpwood cutting by advising
makes smokeless powder rayon newspapers Ord-r In next Issues One Clerk Treasurer. Tax ,
for parachutes plastics for airplane campaign." farmers on sound cutting practices months of 1943. realizing Florida's every Federal Witness my f'h'.dw.Jy: offlcfaiseal sor, and. Tax Collettor
benefit-grants, appropriations at Starke, Florida this August One MarnliallInnpectori
the The Government-Industry-Press
to Increase and
parts shell and bomb casings The campaign mill prices specifications. of said .
4, 1343.OFFICIAL elertlon' I
and shipping containers for production of pulpwood for the campaign to Increase pulpwood and rights. At same time (; : SEAL) 'A..L Peek. P.. tI, Denmark F A'81,
Florida's Integrity., I As Clerk of ll :: R. A. Newiiome, and Don U
ammunition foods, supplies blood manufacture of products vitally This effort was supplemented by production in This) locality officially protect prerogatives w.- C. Miner Macclenny \ "o'1 In testimony whereof I hrr How.nt
plasma and other necessities for necessary for military needs over- the publication of posters and opens today. and rIghts as a state. Atty. for Plf. S4t 8-27 J JIX subscribe my name and case? i ideal
We "will have harmony between I. I of the said town to b. hri
: ClRCriT COURT BRADFORD unto affixed. this the 12th dw
of the things we are Winkle and the Chief Executive and. the ,-01''''''''. FLOHIUAl IN ( Au..t A. 1. 1943.OFFICIAL .
some of
up dentin 'candidacy Green To Be
Congressman Price I Cpl. Florida Congressional Delega' CRRV. 'H"I-I ( SEAL)
fighting/ for. temporarily to win Roosevelt. Mr. Price stated that 'Wllll Edward; Harrell.; L. A. CAN-OVA. My

Visits StarkeIn the war. People generally are the Republicans liked WUlkle even Sent Back To U. S. "tion.9. Raise salaries of school Case Myrtle No.Allen 8923.ORDER Harreli.. Defendant.., I tltMa CARL;JOHNS

very much pleased with the progress less than the Democrats did, and Foster education and OP PUBLICATION City Clerk. I-U si i
Mr. and Mrs. Adam Green of teachers.
his Itinerary through Clay making and are .
we are hoped he would not run for the leader-
and Bradford counties Thursday, thankful for It, Loss of life Is *o Presidency In 1944. .He. thoughtMr. Starke have received word from follow ship of and the maintain State Superintendent the .. . -

August 5. Congressman Emory H. i much lens" than our leader had Roosevelt would be sure to the Adjutant General's Office .and the,educators of Flor- ;; EVERY BRANCH ,OFJnour'ahce
predicted be nominated and elected If the< ire '{hat eon '
Price stated that he was visiting Washington, his constituents "to see Mr Price stated that peopleare war Is still going on-and then Robert who waa l Injured in.'notion Florida towards) the world's

how among they were getting along; and beginning to make all kind Is every Indication that It will In the Pacific area la being/ greatest institution; of 'i.higher,; .

naturally. If they have any complaints of predictions as to when, we will be. returned to the. United States. learning.

I want"to hear them," he conquer Germany. "That all depends Robert has .wrltten the folks "10. Maintain and advance Flor

aid. "I don't find the people' on how much unrest thereIs Starke USOYMCAIs at home that he was Injured whena ida's commercial aviation leadership

complaining a whole lot", he continued in Germany," he said. "There SelectedFor piece of shrapnel entered his ; encourage and expand

"I feel! that they realize la more than we hear about. We left leg above ,,the ankle. The Florida's tourist trade; encourage -

that we are at war:,, and although will never know the trouble Hitler SurveyThe fragment was removed in a hospital and develop Florida's natural H. 'C. WALL

perhaps they don't like a few Is 1 having until after the war and Robert states that he Is resources, forestry. lumi, ,.
things that the OPA. and othersare I I. over. We must avoid becoming Starke USO-YMCA feels getting along fine. He was recently her turpentine and roam fish

doing yet they get along/ the too optimistic about it and relaxing complimented to be one of the awarde&the: Purple Heart. eries sponge' minerals and.

best they can. our effort and slowing units chosen by the Research : *t- others; develop Florida'.-''road AgencyConstant

They are. resigned to hard down our war production p r o- Branch of the Special Service Mrs. Rebecca BryanMrs. system to the greatest in the

ships", he said "and realize that gram", he warned. Division oft the War Departmentand United States; encourage and Service Over.50 Years
they are going to have to give I I Asked about the possible Presl- the U. S. O. for a survey to Rebecca Bryan 63, died promote industrial expansion ip .

ascertain the attitude of service Monday .after being confined to Florida; invoke the best Judgment -

men to the quality and range of) her bed In the. home of her daughter and aid of Florida's lead- Please Phone UB

. CLASSIFIED ADSWANTED service offered by U. S. O. Mrs. Jim Tfpfd near Stark era In meeting and solving/ the 1

The survey" will 'be conductedon for nearly a yea)}:;. ,In addition to problems during the after war _
FOR SALE-30 acres good farm. Saturday Sunday and Monday, I *: *
Listing apartments;; hoa e lt 01 ing" land, fenced. With .room: August 14. 13, 16 by a disinterested 'It _

borne for rent, located within ZC dwelling/ house, 1 tenant house, and highly experienced research 4

.mile of Starke barn 2 out building. 3 good organization The National

119 East Call' Street packing shelters. Located on Opinion Research Center.

W: T. CLUTE Realtor graded road 1 1-2 ml. east 'oi This survey Is made 'with the .

Farmers Market. Part cash. bal. Idea of finding out the attitudeof COMMUNITY HAS A
FOR SALE- 2-wheel luggage ance terms. -Owner L. J. Prevail the service man toward the THIS

trailer. Good condition. See Rt..'2, Box 26. ,Starke.! USO and also to help the USO in

Capt. H. Richards, C-13 Kings-/ 8-13 3tp determining .future policies.Volunteer' ..
ley Lake 'Village ''or write workers
be used
FOR SALE Good farm 53 will
of General Delivery acres
care to. help the research worker although
6-room house, 100 bearing pecan
Starke Fla. 8-6-2tp trees. -M. D. Carter 4 ml. west the 8ervlce'men interviewed

Irish seed and of Ralford-Lawtey I will be asked to fill out
FOR SAL <*- potato Lawtey on -
Porto Rico yam sweet potato road. 8-13 2tp questionnaires without aid from : SPECIAt I

vines. Leon Dlcandlo Rt. 2, I anyone not- even one of his bud .
Box 384. Starke. ,Fla 8-6-3tp MALE hog blue and white list dies.
staple-fork one ear. has taken ,; ... ..' }..L.... .

WANTED-Small; modern apart. up at my place. Owner please CARD OF THANKS.We -- -s. IctrMo'} r 1,
ment near school on or before come and get 'at once.-Joe S. wlah to thank our many
August 13. Write J. O. T., Starling at W. C. Ward's farm. friends for their Kind assistance

'care of Bradford County Telegraph Itp during/ the recent illness and '

/ Starke,' Fla. 8-6-3tp death of our beloved mother and I ..,.. .J. .
BOY'S BICYCLE Will sell or '
grandmother, Mrs. R e bee c a
SECRETARY''WANTED\ One trade for girl's bicycle.-Lappe Bryan. Also for the many beautiful .
who Is experienced in shorthand Bakery, Starke. ltp flowers. .-

person'and typewriting.preferred but Permanent will con- PERMANENT RESIDENTSwould Mrs Jim Todd and children. COMMUNITY is on 'the spot! How the problem can be solved .

aider efficient transient. W. T. like to rent six-room unfurnished THIS

'treet.Clute Realtor 119 East Call It Write P. O.house Box 8, in Starke.Starke. ANNOUNCEMENTS POLITICAL are in a pulpwood growing Mr. Donald M. Nelson, Chairman of the War

rec- 8.13 2tp FOR COUNCILMAN section and there is now a, pulpwood Production Board, gave the k.y to the solutionIn
WANTED-Old phonograph I hereby announce myself a*
orcrj 30 per lb. None with GOOD FARM FOR RENTSharecrop. candldat. or-the position of Councilman the following statement
About 10 mi. west of In the tltark. >ub> shortage. country needs
Pal Muslo Cltr.of
paper. Phone 179, ject to the City to be held "If every one of the more than 3,800,000
2 1-2-
Co. Starke Fla. tf Starke near Long Bridge. fiepember 14, 143. 1 am a Stark
acre tobacco allotment. Possession ',, man the with city the of Interest Starke of at the heart.peopleof If.I.ced .. vast, quantities of pulpwood forexplosives farmers in the 27 pulpwood producing states

IF YOU WOULD BUY OR SELL of house Jan. 1-Ida J. I promise! you buslneea- were
.beef cat. Merrltt. 8-13 4tpk'1NKAPPLE like service. Your vote and sup- I' todevot.3vxiAdays in1943tocuttingpulpwood
milk cow, stock cow*, port respectfully solicited. rayon parachutes, gasmask
tie stock bulls or hogs get In PEARS for !. I* SILCOx.. we could overcome the threatened
J. D. Odom Jr., I --- filters "
touch 247 with Starke Box 204 Lake ) No.1. hand-picked., $1. lale-j I FOR MAYOR ". . shipping containers 2soo,00ocord, shortage with wood to spa...
Leave orders at West 1 Wish to announce that I will

City; Telephone 481 Lake Tuesday City., ling S tat ion.-F. M. Merrltt. be Mayor a candidate of Htarke for In the the City office Election of and'a thousand other uses yet

Auction market every Road 28, near Long Bridge to be held on Tuesday, September .

Lake<< Palatka City 2:30 2 ;P'every M. Thursday 1-6-44- Church. 8-13 2tp !support will 14.HENHY be Your srrvatly vote A. and pMANAtlSA.active some of the mills that make these *

SALES GIRLS WANTED full FOR RENT-Rooms and'E. furnished J. Dow- i FOR MAYORI things are actually shutting down
time. Apply P. apartmentl.-Mre. "hereby .announce my candidacy I Will'you enlist for 3 IXTRA days?
time part ling, N. Christian St.:, 1 blk. for the office of Mayor of the Cityof
S. Stores Blandlng Center tf Starke subject to the will of for lack of wood. c-
north of Legion home. Itp I
the people ot Htarke; ; as expressed If you are now cutting pulpwood part time; if you

FOR RUNT-One 3-room furnish WANTED TO BUY small farm umber In the City U. I election am a native to be of held Starke Sep This is a desperate situation have cut it in the past; or if you have never cut itt
I ed house $16 mo. Several furnished with R. M. snd a If elected Ipromise '
tractor equipment. : render: but know how
to will
I4.SO the best serviceof use an axe and saw you
apts.33.50ttd per Stone.Box 308, Starke Fla. Itp which I am capable.
week.-L. B.: Jordan. 2 12 ml. JAMES F. HOLLINOSWORTH. a ;war emergency. Something pledge 3 tXTtA days Cat regular pay) to meet Mr.

from Starke, COO yd*. to rightof LOST-white and brown plded FOR MAYOR Nelson's challenge?. t
be done
highway leading to' B Gate, heifer yearling marked crop I hereby announce my candidacy must QUICKLY

Camp Blanding. Rt. 2, Box 304. and upper half crop In one ear; tor subject the office to .the ot will Mayor of the of Stark.voter. Fill in the coupon. Mail it to this newspaper and

crop split under bit in other. In the City Election of Tuesday And only we who live !in the you will receive the pledge which Identifies
FOB RENT' Brand "J.: S." J. S. Sapp. Law Sept. 14. I will appreciate your badge

Four-bedroom completely miles from furnished tey. 8-13 2tp vote and support.CHA3.. A. DARBY. pulpwood cutting areas can do you as a Victory Pulpwood Cutter. "

house two ,
___ ,. $85 WANTED TO BUY-good baby FOR MAYORI is a war emergency.. ,
Starke. __ ------- I take this method of announcing ; anything about i it. 1
Four-room unfurnished house stroller. See H. K. Starling or I my candidacy for the office of
Starke __ $40U. Itp ,Mayor of Starke subject" to the :'
132-WV .
1 1-4 miles phone .: will of the voters In the City Elecllen >This is OUR responsibility.
Two-room cabin partly furnished. of Tuesday 9pt. 14. If elected SEND FOR THIS V
FOR SALE-Baby carriage. See render .
Starke. $23 I promt to an efficient
3 1.2 miles from -- I lness-llke l administration of the ,
Drew at City Darber Shop. Itp BADGE
Two-bedroom apartment, close In. tffalrs- of the I will apprecl-aN TODAYCHAIRMAN VICTORY
I'atI ...
______ _______ $60. your vote support.W. Ts-rrea---rrr-.r- -
____ *u LOST-red and white cow. marked N. (BILL) CARNAS10N.
1 W. T. ('LVTE. RI.LTOR swallow fork upper and .. I NEWSPAPER PUIPWOOO CAMPAIGNBradford j i PULPWOOD !
roil .nR: H'Li* I Vi
under bit in one ear. crop and tor reeloctlonn
8 gUt hogs. W. I hereby announce County Telegraph Starke Fla. 1
FOR SALK:- good under in other branded Marshall of the City of Starke.It CAMPAIGNrAG
J. Jones, quarter of a mile off crop [ ha. been my pleasure to serve I 1 I pledge myself to work at Jeast 3 EXTRA +
John It days
Reward. Carl
.F..F.r' during
westIof the City of Starke In thin capacityFor ,,, ,
Jacksonville highway
of a number of years and I have .. I.'t the balance of 1943 cutting pulpwood. Please send me the
Farmers' Market. Itp WANT TO BUY com blnation at all times made an effort to **
campaign badge which this pledge entitles f
perform the duties of this office me to wear.
.' TO BUY property on near- phonograph a e t with record t n an honorable honest and efflcl I.
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either table or> con- ent .ann.
changer -
lake; preferably, unimproved Your vote and support on September I _
near Keystone Heights. sole model. After 0 P. M. see Nth will be highly ap-
Jack Halle.at Halle's Tourist reclateu by I AddrI.rewrrwewrrruewsesr..- I
Grlffls, P. O. Box 184, me.A.. U ALVAREZ.
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