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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 27, 1943
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Among Group Assigned To; PerryFather Booked SundayAt Flyer Rescued :


Election Joining NavyMiller Thomas J. :M u r phy, USO-YWCA ClubThe

r City J. Davis and Edward W. Awarded Medal builder Edwards and Catholic organizer Church of the here St., For Income TaxDeclarations USO Clubs In Stark are From Tree-Top \1 '

Davis twin sons of Mr. and '
Mrs. has been assigned to by offering a performance of the \

ptember 14 W. L. In Davis the Route 2. Starke enlisted For Heroism Bishop[ -Joseph P. Hurley.Perry In addition Modern Minstrels[ to be held at By Starkeites t
Navy Tuesday
with along to Perry, he will also have the USO-YWCA, opposite the i iTo
a large group of other mission churches in Lake City. poet office building on Sunday I :i

'ltb i the deadline for qualifying young Florida.boys from all parts of Lt.-Col.! Ben Sternberg commander Live Oak and Madison. He will John L. Fahs, Collector of Internal August 29, at 5 P. M. The pro- half a dozen Starke people

dldateS passed Tuesday, the Other of a battalion In the fam- take up his new duties September Revenue for the District gram Is sponsored by all four must go most of the credit for '
Lt be used In the City Elec- young men enlisting in USO Clubs in Starke.
to 1.His. of Florida has announced that '
the life
saving of
of UncleSum's
ous Fighting[ First Division that one
the
Tuesday Sept. 14, will con- Navy from Bradford County approximately: 200,000 Florida taxpayers The Modern Minstrels who for
n', the following list of candles this week were: Austin C. Smith has distinguished Itself both in successor at St. Edward'aChurch. will be to filea the past few months have been Navy pilots Wednesday I 9
the R4v. M..J.. .' Fogarty., required just outside the city limits. Freddie ,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Hogan Smithof Tunisia and Sicily has been at various r
: "declaration of estimated Income performing : the camps
Is now on vacation 3 n South Wimberly and Robert Turner,
For Mayor Sampson City; Owen .G. Dyal. awarded The Distinguished Servo Florida, and father Murphy Is and victory tax" before and naval stations In the vicinityof experienced airplane spotters get j .j
'. N Carnaslon[ son of Mrs Vlda B. Dyal, and September 15. in order to Jacksonville will give their
ice comply of the for
Cross the second highest supplying for Tiun] while he Is most credit telephoning ,f
A. Darby William P. Thaque, grandson of with the provisions of the Current last performance of the season a "red flash" J
apes Holllngsworth Mrs. Mary Adkins Kite Route 2. honor that can be bestowed upona away. J': Tax Payment Act of 1943. tn Starke. The entertainers are headquarters of the message Aircraft to the ,'I',

.enrY' A. Manassarf. Starke; Richard Ray, Raymond member of the armed forces Who Must File Occlurnllon students of the Immaculate Conception Warning Service in Jacksonville 'I J

rf. wainwright, ;Jr. Hall and Steve -St. John. all of by the United States Government. B&CBboks A declaration must be made by Parochial School. Jacksonville about 3 o'clock Wednesday after .
for Council (Two Tears) Starke. A of the citation and are under the direction
copy was received every citizen or resident of the noon when they saw two planes
Two To Be Elected here this week by'Col. United States If he comes within of Tony Mallem collide about a mile south of

|UiH. Garden Sternberg's parents Mr and Mrs. any of the following groups: It Is estimated that the Modern town. '
To
Edwards Materials Arrive Be1qmedInMotorists Minstrel have performed before 11'
it. states
N. Sternberg. and : ((1)) SINGLE 0 R MARRIED They gave the location, and
Rennolda some 10,000 people and their
A. "Lieutenant Colonel Ben Stern BUT NOT LIVING WITH within a reasonable tl I mean .
L. Silcox berg-For extraordinary heroismIn have until September SPOUSE at the date prescribed pei'formances have been widely ambulance from Lee Field at
Torode Jr. For FHA ; acclaimed wherever they have I
J. E. Houses action from March 23 to March for the making of the declaration Green Cove Springs was on hand : "
Marshal (Two Tears) 1 to take their current "B" and been engaged.This .
For 25, 1943 near El Guettar, Tunisia. (Whether or not head of family), to render aid. The man was
L. Alvarez (Unopposed) "C" coupon books to the RationIng Is a \unique[ contributionon
If he had for 1942 or reasonably hanging In the top of a 6 -foot ;
or City Clerk (Two Years) Within six weeks after the first .. Board for Issuance ''of the part of the boys and girls t
new
his
r4 r- ,- -, ,'': ',: .';t1 art John (unopposed) announcement that 20 FHA '
"B" and "C" coupons bearing the (a) gross income of more than effort. cord when he "balled out" of his i

houses would be built Inside! the words "Mileage ratlQ on the $2,700 from wages subject to All members of the Armed plane so the main problem was
S Of Interest, city limits of Starke at an early : 'announcement withholding; or getting him out of the treetop.Buddy .
date work was actually begun on face according to an Forces their families as well as

rom USO-YMCA. the project by Pierson and Kirk. I yesterday'by W. L. Blair (b) gross income of $500, or the civilian[ residents of Starke Bishop a volunteer firefighter j
more from all sources if more and vicinity[ are Invited to( attend and an expert climber
| Lee Wa nwrlght. section Patrick, Gainesville contractors. clerk of the locarratlonlng board. I from that and from
Louie .- than $100, of such Income is this performance at 5 P. M. at standpoint
ler at X. A. T. T. Center In Early Monday morning men were The clerk explained l that since from sources other than wages the USO-YWCA Club. the fact that he works with his ;

k.nvllle brought a group of busy cutting down obstructing the last week In father In the Starke TelephoneCo.
r t tTM. July the new subject to withholding, I I,
|sailors to Starke for"the week. trees clearing the lots stakingout F books have been "issued'as .cur. ((2)) MARRIED AND LIVING ., climbed almost to the top of "
.
These boys were guests in the lines and placing building[ rent coupons expired, but yesterday WITH SPOUSE at the date prescribed -I Senator Pepper the tree to try to get the flying

fevate homes and of the USOCA. materials on the properties. It la new regulations were received for the making of the ; Lieutenant (his name has not yet '

The sailors arrived at believed that most of the houses setting the S e p t.s... 1 deadline declaration. If he had for 1942 or, been learned) down from his \,

In time for the dance on will be completed by December After that .date, only the new reasonably expects to have for I Visitor HereMaking perch.H. .
1, and all of them
today: night, when music _was by January type coupon, designed t qt halt C. Tucker, manager for De
1 or before.A 1943a
ished by a new group of sol- counterfeiting and combat the ( ) gross Income from wane Witt C. Jones rushed his am-

111 i from the I. R. T. C. After few changes have been made "black market" will be honoredat 'subject to withholding which, a hurried tour of the bulance to the scene He and a :
the In the homes in the plans. Instead of having lieutenant to the Fire De-, '
ding night filling stations.Mr. when added to his spouse's gross state, to consult I with his constituents went
I their respective hostesses they kerosene cook stoves and water income from such partment In an truck where
.' Blair stated: "If you now wages, exceeds United States Senator army ,
e breakfast at the USO and heaters it Is now contemplatedto have the new style "mileage ra $3,500.; or Claude Pepper was visiting friends Fire Chief R. C. Buford loaned I ;

III i there they attended church. have gas, and Instead of the tion" coupons please do not come (b) gross Income from sources and renewing acquaintances in them a 40-fodt ladder and some t

ter eating a home cooked din. contract price being $3,600 it Is to the board, as your present other than wages subject to Starke Wednesday night and rope. The ladder was of some

t In Starke homes they came now $3,700 for most of them and coupons will be good In the fu withholding which when addedto Thursday morning help later, but was not nearly

kit to the USO for a musicald $3,750 for the others. In addition ture. But If you have the old his spouse's gross Income "I am i greatly pleased at the long enough for the purpose, ; '

refreshment hour. We bade to the lot. M style "One Unit" coupons they from such sources, exceeds wonderful progress Starke is necessitating Buddy Bishop's harrowing \

Jem a reluctant goodbye late in Work has begun on eight housesIn will have to be changed. Therefore $100., and also his gross income making and Its contribution ,to experience.

*afternoon and feel honored to Mrs. Bertha Pearce's re-subdl- "* bring to your board your from all sources exceed the war effort by being 'a home The suffering flyer hung In the ,

vs i had .the boys as 'otif guests vision back of her home on Madison In a determined effort to destroythe present supplemental ration book $624, for 1943 or the aggregate away from home', for the men at tree for more than,, two hours

past week-end,.Ml.K9m9..trog\; Street Of these, tour, ,wul I I prelimInarY' 'American offensive your "A" book**and your 1948 gro. *Income all sources one of our country's largest trainIng while civilians and lderl[ ma'I''I

them homes except Waln- be on South Street and four on In this sector more than 200 registration[ slip.Military of both spouses amounts to 11.-I camp.," the Senator Said neuvered to try to get him down.

right their leader who.Is,from Lafayette St. Mrs. Pearce is enemy tanks, half-tracks and Applications 200 or more for either 1942 or "As we do not Intend ever to let Finally, when It was suggested

wtey. We are grateful to him building[ three on South Street armored vehicles attacked the Mr. Blair[ stated that there 1943. this country slip back Into the that Buddy Bishop cut the ropes,

r bringing to us such a fine and two on Lafayette Mr. and Infantry Division a t dawn on has: been a slight 'delay in the ((3)) Individuals regardless of deplorable state of unprepared- thinking[ that would free him, he .

toup of young men. Mrs. J. W. Andrews two on Lafayette March 23. Lt.-Col. Sternberg, at printing and shipment of military marital status who were requiredto ness that existed before the outbreak did so, only to have to act fast

I The tSO.YMCA'wishes to ex- and Mr. 'and Mrs. H. A. grea personal risk and with complete applications for War Ration Book file an Income Tax return for of this war, It.s\ my hope to keep the flyer from falling ,

:Id a very cordial welcome toe Carlton one on South Street. disregard of danger to himself 3. "However all posts, camps and 1942 and whose wages subject to and belief that Camp Blanding headlong to the ground many feet : r t

i new I. R. T.. C.. group corn Mr. and Mrs. Guy Sale are '1mmedlately circulated stations now should have the withholding for 1943 are reason- will become a permanent military below. Buddy grabbed the rope I

f? Into Camp Blandlng. Asocial building two on the corner of throughout his battalion area exposing supply of forms which military ably expected to be less than such establishment" Senator Pepper and held the man up for about .1 I

eetlng to those who so grady Madison[ St., and Park Place, and himself to severe enemy personnel should complete and wages for 1942. continued.He 30 minutes while another scheme I '

furnished the music for our Mr. and Mrs. O. 1... Beasley; three machine gun mortar and artillery mall by August 31." the clerk Mr. Fahs states that his office Is a member of the Senate's was worked out. H e skinned[ I

face Saturday night., We will farther out on Madison between fire In the treeless terrain in stated. Is now In the process of mailing Important Post > War Planning both hands. to such an extent that "
of Edward Burns these declarations to all persons he was forced to see a physician
Minus our regular Saturday the residences order to shift critical positions, Stove Dealers Register Committee and assured friend
ijht dances: at this club and are and Ben Holtzendorf. stiffen resistance and personally On Sept. 1. 2 or 3. every dealerof who filed returns last year here that he would do everything have both hands bandaged, and
A- J. Thomas Is building four When whether or not they are requiredto in his to that may b. unable to use them for
Ming forward to welcoming direct local counter-attacks.. rationed stoves must register power see Blanding
Inter- file. Accompanying the declaration two weeks o r more It was C
p new group. on his property near the I the battalion was once more subjected I with the War Price and Rationing Is placed on a permanent basis.In [ I
and Washington I la a short form Instruction thought that the flying lieutenant
section of Walnut -; to furious enemy assault Board serving the area In' discussing[ the war Senator
three sheet which detailed Instructions I suffered a broken leg and both ,
while the other his on Pepper said "I
ells ResidenceThe Streets Lt.-Col. Sternberg stimulated his of business Is see a chance for
which place '
started are provided, together witha arms, though this[ has not : ,
report )I
have not been definitely troops by his own example to located. Included In this order it to end next year, and that
Rev. Thomas J, Murphy yet. owing to deficiency In the : such determined resistance that merged or successor businesses form for computing the taxable brings us face to face with the been confirmed.

rmerly of the St. Edwards title. the enemy was beaten off and the are dealers who have no rationed Income and a table for estimating problem of providing jobs for our After more than two hours he
the amount of tax liability. Persons was finally brought down and
urcb. sold his residence north. held Intact. The In- In stock, but who men returning from the armed
stoves
est position required to file who have not forces rushed to( the hospital at Green ,
of and also for
the Bradford High domlnltable courage and initiative handle such stoves department I dischargedwar
tool on August 19 to Cot. D. Smith Discusses I i displayed by Lt.-Col. Stern- normally, hardware or appliance' received declarations may obtain workers. We hope to accomplish Cove Springs where his condition
field ,
them at of the fourteen Is not known.
Knight. It ls a four-room berg Inspired his command to and all other stores which any this In part, by a sound
I stores offices In the state or by writingthe Freddie Wlmberly who saw the
l use of works"Racial ,
and mater program public
was sold furnished. and aided .
e I greater efforts deal In rationed Itoves.Pulpwood Collector of Internal Revenue accident said that two planes.

*. Col.consideration[ was $1,300 School OpeningIn : ially In the success of the mis Jacksonville Florida. were about to collide and both,
Knight stated Problem
I The sion. At the time of filing, declarations to avert the crash, gained altitude
one Rev Mr. Murphy built the The Distinguished Service Cross, Drive must be accompanied by at Discussed At ClubThe as rapidly as 'possible but
for himself, but when he view of the fact that Bradford medal
second most Important least one-half of the amount of their tails crashed in the ascent.
II 1me ill and had to give up High School opens for its given by the Government (the tax still due as shown In Item Rev. A. E. Lightfoot, pastor She also reported that the other
work
here and go to the }94 3-4 4 term on Monday. Sept. first being the.Congressional Under Way HereBradford 5 of the declaration entitled "Un of the First Baptist Church plane later made a forced landingat
yo Clinic
and for a while he sold 6, Principal Foster Shl Smith has Medal of Honor) was establishedby paid balance of estimated tax". was guest speaker at the Rotary Keystone Air Field with un

Y will be assigned elsewhere asked that students comply with President Wilson in January The second half must be paid by ''Club Wednesday and gave a known results.

Bishop Hurley. the following schedule: 1918 and Is awarded for "Indi County hopes to do December 15, and a final return thought-provoking discussion[ on One "sidelight" as reported by

t 1 The Opening time 9 A. M. vidual acts of extraordinary Its full share In relieving the Na for 1943 together with a declara some of the many problems that Mr. Tucker Is that a Major In the, I

Library Noon recess 12 to 12:40. heroism in connection. with military tion's shortage of 2,500,000 cords tion of estimated Income tax for might be expected to arise In the Medical Corps, after the flyer s

12 MONTHS THAT CHANG Closing time. 2:40.: operations against an armed of pulpwood which Is used for so 1944, must be filed by"next March postwar world. The speaker had dropped down within reachof

IIn THE WORLD Students< will remain all day enemy" many vital war purposes. IS. At that time too taxpayersmust laid especial[ emphasis on the the ladder ascended to the

Lesueur's eye-witness record is Larry ofdetense on the opening date It was stated.school Lt.-Col. Sternberg. 29 years old A local committee has been appointed -I pay one-half the unabated racial problem admitting that: he top of it and gave the suffering

the 1 flaming: between the "AU ,students entering : Is a graduate of West Point and which will do what It can i portion of their 1942 (or 1943 If did not know what the solution man a hypodermic. When observers -

of Moscow year for the first time must be five has been rapidlY'promoted' since to line up the pulp-growers and It la lower) tax liability. The would be. but urging his listeners warned him that he might
and the de-
fence of Stalingrad. It years and nine months of age on" his division left for duty in North pulp-cutters of'the County. This final payment or unabated taxes to start giving serious thought to fall, be said limply, "If the ladder

well be the beat may or before the day school opens. Africa. He was a Captain when Committee Is composed of: H. Is due March 15, 1945. after which the matter right now. falls I won't__be hurt any

had< 10 far about book we have Mr. Smith said.. "Parents must the First was stationed at Camp A. Carlton Chairman L. T. Dyer cpllectlons will be on a truly pay- L. R. Bristol former parole officer worse than that mart Is.;",
the of
t the Soviet Union people present satisfactory proof as to Blandlng for eve r %1 months vice-chairman. L. D. Vlnlll W. i as-you-go basis. --- at-- the- State Prison- Farm,

" Ia 1 well In the war. their children's ages such as early in 1942.' H. Edwards Jr., Lester Kite AmfoUnc Offered I and a member of the club wa. Market Manager

readable' written and very birth certificates statements from Tyler Jones, Hogan Smith J. K. Wishing to offer as much assistance present and had as his guest hla.ucce..or '

that the xt 'Is noteworthy attending physician or nurse, or AbnerIn Douglas, and Rev. O.. C. Powell as possible to taxpayers Jerome Easton. Mr. Sent To Titusville
Soviet saves 88.5: percent any other acceptable proof as Lum And This Committee will meet this Collector Yaks announced that Bristol recently resigned to accept -
of its war wounded, and to establish the Film offices will be a position as an Instructor L, M. White, 'who for'the pad
10 may be necessary Park afternoon (Friday) at 3 o'clockIn local field[ open
atter percent return to battle' age of the child. This does not Mr. Dyer's office In the courthouse each week day from now until In the P. K. Yonge Laboratory year has manar.d'the State
hospltallzaUon. who have been Abner favorites of collectors School In Gainesville a.n d the Farmers' Market at Starke has
TORPEDO apply to children Lum and to work' out .plans for the September 15 and deputy -
8 is the tory of by the 1st fans assist Starke Rotarians o lose been assigned to the State Marlret -
Swede' previously accepted millions of radio and movie Bradford County campaign. will be available to regret ;
Larsen's Bomber SquadrOn i member of the club.H. at Tttusvllle for a few months.
Grade of other schools. Park Theatre taxpayers.. Also during the per. him as a
at Wake Island will be:seen at the His work will consist of contacting -
and In the looking
"The entire faculty Is iod Sept. 1.10 deputy collectors N. Fairbanks Rotary pr.III-1
central Ira and south Pacific' by forward to another pleasant and Sunday, 'Monday and Tuesday in Recent Births will arrange to assist communities dent, read a letter from Pvt. W. I the farmers and truck

dues Wolfert. This brief book profitable school term" Mr. Smith their newest farce "Two Weeksto Mr and Mrs.. L.' Robertson, not having a local field office.In H. Hart, former secretary of the I growers 'In order to ascertain
us a fm what they will grow this fall and
into
Insight conclusion[ Collector Fats club thanking the members for
tile concluded. Live. IS, I
Green Cove Springs, August to them that their
.
daY-bY-day ..xcltement'and assure cropscan
and round-
some cigarettes a
! has as its rollicking has suggested that all taxpayersfind
Emulation The story
of the extra-ordl- girl. to him. be handled through the Tltuavllle -
will robin letter recently sent
whether they
nary Level BaptistThere of earning i Mr. Mrs. Owen Preston out now
Pine the problem and market.It .
action now going' on in theme be required to file a declaration Pvt. Hart says he often thinks of
the Solomon week'. It all begins Crude, 'Louis. August 13,boy. has not yet been announcedwho
Islands. in two
to Club
services at the $10,000 and If one In required be sure the Rotary on Wednesdayswhen
THE wlU be Mr. and Mrs. Morse Turbey- wut-.ucceed
: White at
SENATOR'S LAST Church both when Abner inherits a railroad file It on or before September 15, he Is out in the field with Mr.
aIiT Level Baptist Monteoke. August 10. girl. 1
by Pine yule, the market In Starke
o Francis Hackett. morning and evening on sunday. and" envisions Pine Ridge asa Mr. and ''Mrs. Floy RussellCrosby. as severe penalties are imposedfor "a couple of sandwiches and some ,
wrote HENRY via and the Rev. To failure to file within the time hot water" as his only source of
the pastor. railroad center. 19 boy.
and Starke August
tne Boloyn, is, a novel ofWashington Aug. 29. extended an Invitation flourishing Law- prescribed. Penalties are also nourishment. Women Deported '
and: W E Hall, has further this plan. Lum and Abner Mr. and Mrs. Carl Taylor, is
In war-time publicto provided when the estimate
which will to the general collect the money from their willing tey. August 20. girt. margins Methodist Police Chief A. L. Alvarez .took '
you beyond the permissible Laictey
d "Is both salty and ItlmuJata. -, be present.Absentee. neighbors, only to find that Mr. and Mrs. J. A. McIntyre two more "women" to the Ocala

.. the railroad Is practically. worth Starke August 20. boy. Miss Evelyn Stump, who was Sunday School 10 A. M. Morn. Detention home (or Shangrt La) '

IIUNnR'S: MOON by Helen VotingCity Mr. and Mrs. E. W. GHsson recently sworn Into the WAVES, Ing Worship 11 A. M., ..ubJeCH"Darknesll Wednesday. "If that class of ;

Topping Miller is Ilk. a jlgPuzzle announces less.The comedians then become Involved Starke. August 21, boy. Starke left today for Northampton. Mais., and Light." Youth women do not want to be takento
law Clerk Cart Johns side-splitting Sgt. and Mrs. Wlngo, in 7:30 P. M.. Evening Ocala" the Chief said yesterday
and win keep you In the In a series to attend a month's course Fellowship
tamed until you see how that absentee voting escapades in an effort to earn August 21. girl. GrlffU, the U. S. Naval Reserve Midshipman service 8:30: o'clock subject, "they bad better. make a
Monday.
I lit tlta .together City Election will begin to repay the Innocent Mr. and Mrs. Hubert School "Stars That Shine," ; detour around Starke".

1Th.*** new books .rtH be Aug. SO. and continue through money citizens of Pine Ridge.' [, August 24, Ralford. boy.

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COUNTY STARKE FLORIDA FRIDAY.
TWO BRADFORD TELEGRAPH AJ-ni.1T .
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The h Bradford "Telegraph ent gasoline rationing, the cars of our nation Florida State Farm News THERESSA Miss Ida -lagan PINE LEVEL
County could be kept rolling for a year and a half 1 By By Mrs. U. 11.lien.\ .e

KstablUned 1377NUMBER longer than if we go on "driving as usual". By. E. R. Bouvler Pvt. Frank Kelsay spent Sun- Eddie Balsiger, tat

Next to'speed, the greatest harm to tires day with his parents, Mr. and Officer, with Mrs Clay P.;
SCOUTS ENJOY HIKE Wauchula. Balsiger'
Mrs. A. H. Kelsay. daughter
FX>RIHPRESSSSOOnON/ ws found to come from stop and go driving The State Farm Scouts, accompanied Mrs. W. T. Moncrief of Green Miss Minnie Ellen Harris Is are visiting Betty Mr, aU and\ of 1r.I1eil f S

NAnQNALEWTORIALASSOCMnCWE which often cannot be avoided. It by Scoutmaster J. P. War- vllle is visiting her sons, J. M. spending this! week with Mr, and McRae.
used ren and R. J. Kite, went on a and J. H. Moncrief. I''
was found that normal city driving up Mrs. Garfield Johns near Hamp- Mr. and Mrs. L.
L. Matthews ________ Editor and Owner three-day hike last week to Lake Mrs. Lynwood Watts of Chat children of A. Crosby a ,
tires times as fast as driving on rural Rising
seven wonderfultime ton.Mrs. Were
Kerr They report a tahoochee, who has been visiting .. D. A. Drew and grand- guests of Mr. din \I
SUBSCRIPTION KATE pavements at twenty-five miles an hour. fishing and swimming and her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. daughter, Betty Ruth, spent Sun- McRae Sunday. and Mrs. H.

Yearly. $1.78; tnx Month $1.0O_ ___ Other major causes of tire wear were: enjoying Scout games. One day and Mrs. Lynwood Watts, Jr., returned day with Mr and Mrs. E. S. Sib- Mr. and Mrs. T a
quick starting quick braking, speeding on was spent at- Salt Springs. home Monday, accompanied and son. N. Nol'n! d I'd'
Gerald
.. 8eolUaUf'r and Mr,
will d
rnhUnhed Weekly oo FrMayKnlwed Those enjoying this trip were by her son who spendhis ley.Miss Eldon and 8
at the Port Office at starke. Fk+. curves, poorly inflated tires, heavy loads. Scouts Leslie Bradley. Jimmie vacation with his parents. June and Annett Cawthorn Sapp and son, RUdolpb, t
suns (:'-"" their home In of Gum Branch
--. -----' And here's a tip: your tires last twice as Brown Godwin Delbert Crews, J. Yon of Chattahoochee la left Monday for atlves here were Visiting
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"- -- few
-
> James Louis Godwin, Bradley visiting his cousins, J. M. and J" Alachua after spending a Sunday afternc .
The Extent Of The "Duration. long on wet pavements. So maybe we Geiger of Jacksonville, and as H. Moncrief. days with Mra. J. P. Dickinson' Mrs. Robt. MYrick i

should all try to stay home when the sun :mascot, Jimmie Warren. Mrs. Roy Roberta was the and Miss :Marjorie Hall. home Friday after gpendl"days e
on a r
Everyone laughed at, the thin old man Is shining and do our driving in a nice guest of her daughter, Mra. Randolph Mr. and Mrs. Lester ZeIgler In Jackson Ml*,., 1 With,
a street car in Washington recently when hard rain.Drafting. WORD FROM WAR PRISONER Hardee in Jacksonville last and daughter spent last week husband Cpl. Robt. ityric.
insisted that "the duration is go- After almost despairing of ever week. Sonny and Diane Hardee with Mr and Mrs. J. J. Zeigler. Miss Odessa McRae had rer
he loudly the But hearing from him again, word accompanied their grandmotherhome. Mrs. Mildred Burke has returned dinner guests Sunday !
ing to last a lot longer than war. FathersAll was received last week by Mrs. from Chicago, where the Betty Connor and Marjorie Cra
maybe the old man was right! At least the W. F. Godwin of Starke, from Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Goodmanand visited Mrs. J. A. Clark and Mr. ford of Jacksonville and La, 8

home life of our country is upset, the waysof married men with children have re- J. W. (BUI) Godwin, brother of eon :Marvin, and W. H. Max- and Mrs.,B. N. Burke and aon.Mra. Alvarez of Vanderbilt.

shift daily from beefsteak to near- cently been asked to fill in a Selective Serv- our J. G. Godwin, who is a Wake well and son, Bruce, of Jacksonville .' N. D. Wainwright, Jr. Mrs. H. M. McRae was vis. ItI
eating Island prisoner of the Japs, now week-end of the bedside
were guests of Starke Sunday with her of Mrs.
know is their family spent Carolyn
ice questionnaire regarding N
"aminei: and almost everything we held in Shanghai Prison In Jap- Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Wiggins. father, D. J. Phillips.Mrs. man at the home of Mrs t
mdergoing some drastic change. After all, status so that the Selective Service board occupied China. Bill said that he Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Easton I Keen In Gum Branch N ,
Olive Barnett spent several section <
the prophecy that the duration can reclassify them. This is being done to hoped to get home soon and re- have arrived to take up their in Jacksonville with urday night.
,j why not accept quested some tobacco. Needlessto residence at the Farm. Mr. Eaton days "
' will actually last longer than the war? carry out the recent order for the draftingof say a box"of good things was fvill assume the post vacatedby friends and relatives. Ington Miss Blanche Warren of Woi
Springs Is 11n
After the war the victorious governmentswill fathers. I ''mmedtateiy 'packed. and 'sent to' L. R: Bristol on the Parole Miss Collins spent the week- week with Mr. and spending
to him. .... Board and Mrs. Eaaton will acta end with Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Hall Mrs Da r
have to establish' an organization Those men who are not in essential industries ,... shin and family. Kelly and daughter, Mamie.Mr. ,

guide and police the world, feed the hun- and who are under 38 years old Mr. and Mrs. J, A. Bouvier .secretary.Mrs. J. M. Bradley Caroline 2nd''' Class Seaman Clyde Hall and Mrs Frank Box ,

and start the wheels revolving again. will be .reclassified as 1-A. But this does have received word that their and Leslie Bradley are visiting of Cocoa Beach spent the week daughter, Joan, of Jack onr In
gry, eldest grandson, Marshall A. Bou- spent part of last week
millions of men, women, boys not that they will be called immedi- relatives In Jacksonville this end with his mother and family. with
After the war mean vler, has had orders to report and Mrs. D. G. Kelly. lan

and girls will have to lay aside their uni- ately. In fact it has been specifically for duty in, Atlanta, Ga. From I week.Sgt. Geo. Lewis of Camp Stuart, and Mrs'''Mrs.: Dan E. Loper S. Loper and were children visiting Berry Kelly and daughter, i

forms and establish themselves in a way ordered that they are not to be taken until there training he was sent in the to New Naval Orleansfor Air Ga., Is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Lon- in Starke Saturday evening. vine week, here of Plant with City spent 1 9aN

to earn a living.Thousands all non-fathers in the state who are eligible Corps. Marshall attended BHS nie Durden. Herbert Cloversettle and wife relatives
Mrs. H. W. Ross and Mrs. J. A. David Kelly made buds i
of large and small manufac- have been called. Furthermore, no draftingof two sessions 'before moving to Cole and little son, Jimmie who and daughter were visiting here trip to Worthington Springs a 1 f

twelve million'union workmen and at fathers can begin prior to October 1. Miami. have been guests of Mr. and Mrs. this week. plen'
turers, of the Unit- On the questionnaire are a number of Cpl. William E. Lee of Camp M. R. Holmes for a week, will We are lorry to hear of the day.Mr.. and Mra. D. G Kelly i t I
least half the entire population Air Illness of Mrs. J. P.. Padgett of
Clovis New Mexico, Corps, return to their home In Klngstree, daughter, Mamie, and Mrs. Wren
ed Stated will be busy with the problemsof questions about family income'and means !la spending a seven-day furloughwith S. C. Wednesday. Plant City. Her many friends Kelly made a business t I

readjustment during the duration. When of support. This information is required in his parents Mr. and Mrs. Guests for the week of Mr. and and relatives here wish her a to Gainesville Friday. any

President he invented a slogan order to aid the draft board in deferring F. W. Lee. f Mrs. C. M. Roberts were Mr and speedy recovery.Mr. Those who attended the fungi Iyen
Harding was Garland Godwin reported to Mrs. J. R. Hardee and children, and Mrs. A. H. Kelsey and of Raymond Norman In Ja
"Back to normalcy !I" It was an expres- those fathers whose families would suffer Camp Blanding yesterday for his Imogene and Gerald, of Gaines Mrs. Swindell were shopping In villa.Monday were: Mr. and

sive term. After the war the whole indus- undue hardship if their contribution to the 'physical examination. ville.] Starke Saturday. David Kelly and daughter, :

trial system-most of which has been in family income was cut off. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd.Roblnson E.".....Feasle visited relatives In Mr. and Mrs. W. T.: Zeigler of and Berry Kelly and dsugh Dlu

be restored. Millions of in- At present, it seems improbable that 'of Jacksonvilley{Were week-end 'Lake City, several days last Jacksonville spent the week-end Coreln, of Plant City.
disuse-must ,guests of their parents Mr. and week.J. I with Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Zeigler. There will be services at P
comes will have to be cultivated, or established many fathers will be drafted before the end Mrs, J. .... Robinson. I.. Robinson went to :Miami Level Church next Sunday. Eve

millions of unforseen problems will of 1943. The heads of the Selective Service Mrs. B. Hershf leld has returned Monday-- on a -business" trip.Mr. Ala., is! visiting her uncle and body Is invited to attend.

faced. system, in spite of the new ruling to permit from a lengthy visit with her and Mrs. George Pearce aunt, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Wood Ie'
be children In New York City, accompanied went to Jacksonville Saturday to
'Let everybody chip in with an idea about drafting men with children, are still de- by her son-in-law and be with their daughter, Mrs. J. E. ward.Mrs.. J. W. Ritch la visiting BACKUPYOUR lied

the post-war "resurrection". Everyone was termined to postpone this action as long as :laughter Mr. and Mrs. H. Good- Drlggers who entered a hospital her parents Mr. and Mrs. J. W. BO ,
man and son, Henry. Wednesday for an operation.Mr. .
who possible. Hundley, while her brotherinlawand P
wise !
brushed aside by the big men Mrs. R. H. Tyson left Mondayto and Mrs. J. G. Caldwelland sister, Mr. and Mrs Reese I-rw i|Isfp.yrsllsrrl | e1drl
I
lost the peace after World War One. The : visit her mother, Mrs. J. B. daughters, left Wednesday to Bradley, of Jacksonville, with

more free speech, the more suggestions and Some Queer Notions Jackson at Fairmont N. C. spend a weeks' vacation at Ockla- whom she resides, are on their N yaw Istdy t tb:
Mr. and Mrs. H. K. Tyus enter- waha.
vacation.
plans the better. Out of the mess of thingsit American'soldier a who have spent several tained the J. G. Caldwell familyat Mrs. J. W. Gaylord of Palatkawas

is still reasonable to expect that we will weeks guarding German prisoners capturedin dinner Friday evening, honoring the weekendlest of her tar,

get "back to normalcy"-but it will be a North Africa and who were transferred Mrs. Caldwell on her birth- parents, Mr. and Mrs.H. C. Waln- FUNERAL DIRECTORMy rt'

long hard,battle* in which the duration may to".ships. and brought,%to. our shores+-relate. 'day. Mr anniversary.*. .Joana Wells of Rlchland wright.Mrs J. C. Wallace writes that Many Year. Experience Makes It Possible for Me to 1 0 rim

extend far, far beyond the close of the "war. some strange notions which these prisoners was a guest of Mr. and Mrs. M. Lieut. Wallace has been transferred ,EFFICIENT, PROMPT and COURTEOUS SERVICE
-:
E. Grlne'r Sunday. from Ft. Blsbee, Arizona to MODERATE PRICES-
have about the United States.
35 Miles Per Hour Mrs. J.' E.. Ewing and daughter Vancouver Barracks, WashingtonState. DeWITT C. JONES ulp
The soldiers were surprised to find that Doris, of Mobile. Ala. are guestsof .' Mrs. Wallace will remainIn Starke, Florida ulro
Studies based on two million miles of nearly all their prisoners were not only J. L.' Williams and Mrs. J. C. Blsbee where she Is employedIn

automobile driving, recently completed by Williams Mrs. Ewlng's mother. the Merchants and Miners
of them being Roman
deeply religious
leave no many Supt. and Mrs.) L. F. Chapman Bank, until living quarters can be the
the Public Roads Administration, Catholics, but that they each and all re- returned last week from a month's obtained Dear her husband.H. tens

doubt that speeding is the greatest single fused to believe that Hitler was opposed to vacation at Mrs. Chapman's old M. Rlcharde spent the weekend Prompt ServiceStarke Careful Drive rim.Thu.
factor in wearing out tires. home In Tennessee.C. at Jacksonville Beach.
.
religious freedom. In fact they felt hurt
L. McMUllan left Saturdayto Mr. and Mrs. R. V. S. Martllng: ipor'
The tests were made: ,on all types of roads when their guatds informed them of Hit- : spend his vacation visiting rel- were supper guests of Mr. and *''I

under many different conditions with this ler's mistreatment of the clergy and re- atives in Marlanna. Miss Bernice Mrs. M. E. Griner Friday. Taxi Servic *g

result: Tires wear out four' times as fast fused'to believe it. btcMUIlan?,who has been visiting Mrs. Vance Geiger is down our
there for a month will return from Jacksonville for medical at- It
at sixty-five miles per hour as they do at Other ideas which these German prisonershad with him the last of the week. tention by Dr. Hembree. Phone 150 >'eraha S1

thirty-five miles per hour. included the belief that New York had Miss Roberta Whitfield is visitIng Friends will regret to hear that

Although it is not assumed that the aver- been bombed many times, that Russia had Miss Virginia Sewell at Klngs- Mrs. P. D. Fancher still continues
.ley Lake for several days. quite ill since her return from Day Nigh ( Ir
age driver travels normally at a ,speed of been defeated and is being governed by the Miss' Sara Emma Crews is the hospital In Jacksonville. ruralp11

sixty-five miles an hour those making the German Army, that the Germans fight for Visiting Miss Emily Warren at Miss Mary White of Atmore, I

study figured out that ,if all of us would principles, while the Americans and British bird

limit our speed to "not over thirtyfive"the fight only for money and they expect to be Have Coca-Cola the
Sa-LAM-oo
a = a-LAY-koom
life of the average tire would be pro- stoned by Jewish mobs when'they reached enlydlllo>

longed for 6,000 to 8,000 miles. Thus: if this the United States. Such is the result of '
(PEACE BE UNTO YOU
speed limit is properly"enforce under pres- false propaganda. ) bull!
Dr.

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The Army ,and Civilian personnel i vHOV
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UNCLE
I pray we'll see everlastingpeace. 'datlCeo i


JOE'S And Hitler. will dwell In Hell. p fliercue rei


GUM BRANCHBy '- '
.I-A-'V >sr ''lle,
Mrs. T., N. Nonuaa -
% >ght

._I By J. L. HARRELLThe W. T. Tillis and eon. Harold left
of Plant City were In this section

., last Wednesday visiting 1 relatives. 4 !thee
: Misses :Betty Conner and""Mar f tw
to find out The Army will do the rest. c
Jape are going were 1 e
gie Crawford of Jacksonville nhsoug\
that It's a lot more dangerous to And when this War Is over. visiting Mrs. Nancy Keen this i
stick a pin in the seat of Uncle And the last Jap has been

Sam's pants, as they did at Pearl slain week.Mr.. and Mrs. Bernard Rosier 0 i \, .'. race
Harbor, than to go to sleep on a 1 .
Uncle Sam will never be caught of Lawtey were visiting Mr. and the
I ;)
powder keg with a lighted cigarrette r ,, i ,
In your mouth. However napping. Mrs. V. H. Keen Sunday. eat
they're not all to blame. We, With his head -In his- hand Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Sapp and 'II I P

the people of America, were a again.. daughter Selma spent Sundayat \ ItryVO
,lot too careless. Now, if Senators will stay Brooker visiting Mr. and Mrs. c .Jed
sober Elijah: Anderson.. r .
The Senators In the Speakeasy And Congressmen stop guzzling We are sorry to report that + I -

.. beer. Mrs. W.' N. Norman and A. D.
Tanked-up' bar-room cheer. Uncle Sam will never again be Norman are on the sick list this
The Congressman In the hodky- bothered. week.

tonk With a yellow Sap In his hair. Miss Dorothy Norman who la
Drinking Ice-cold beer. I'm all-out for a standing Army, spending her vacation with her
The Navy In far-away. Pearl Of at least four million men. parents, Mr. and Mra. T. N. Norman It's natural for popular names is

Harbor And I trust that every American spent the week-end In Starke ?+ acquire friendly abbreviation Th rt

Holding an empty lack with Miss Doris Dyal. why hear Cece-Cola died "Cow*
When 'long comes, those yellow WUlaay "So-mote-lt-be. Amen." Mrs. F. S.' Shaw of Lawteywas you

JapsAnd I'm not praying for myself visiting her alft.er'Mra. Felix '..t. bow :Americans' make
stab her In the back. alone, Sapp. Friday of last week.R. or pals in Palestine .

Then the War started In earnest, But for "my Country's sake. L. Conner of Starke was It-
With a bang, slap, bam. And if you don't like the way I u
visiting J. S. Sapp Monday and
Now wasn't that a hell-of-a- pray P.H' mmtoyom, Mrs the hospitable Moslem when he greets a i
waa accompanied home by hilt stranger.
e' It:
To way wake-up Uncle Sam You Lake.I may. ,J u m pin Klngsley sister-in-law.Mr. and Mra.Mis Harvey Margaret Edwardsand Sapp. ___>".. M ."Cd..., says the American soldier in return sod la three words he P f 'Iti'" cPAGE

Uncle Sam was caught napping.His hope you will, and If you do, children of Jacksonville were has made a new Head. It's a phrase that works as well la Haifa
head upon his' hand I trust that you will drown. as laHrribarg. W v
But when he yelled for hisnephews For what this Country doesn't visiting relatives here Sunday. Around the globe Coca-Cola: stands for th. UI1h.1
Mrs. Emma Norman of Bar-
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m.O', .uGUST; ::21 I94S BRADFORD COUNTY T1LLPGRAPH. MTAKR.fII, I'1"JnnJ" PAGE TlIIUCIIM
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III! rmrtlT' (,"01'nT, .R''I'ORD the qualified voter on Tuesday, I Allen Harrell. Box 21, Lumberton erty under the said certificate limed orllW'I(1; weekly laauea.
NEWS SECTION Col 'TW |PI' >"">AI m (.'''''N"EM September 14. 1943. for the nurpoie N C. waa In the name of Klla: hand and official
A t 1'. of electing the following officers: You arc required to appear on Moor. seal at Mtarke., Florida, this August -
1 .. One Mayor 8 1>4S, In the above Unless said certificate. shall be redeemed 3, 1943.OFFICIAL .
Joseph Rhodent', Uefendanttl'Ca.! Two AldermenOne : ::rb&u l and cause wherein according' to law ht"p' property ( SEAL) A..1. Thomas
;10.; 262$. Clerk Trea"ur..r, Tax A.I ....- plaintiff peeks divorce I BradfordCounty described therein I I aoldto A. Clerk of said 'nurt.
Hints For The .or, and Tax Collector. Telegraph hall publish thl* the hlvheat bidder at the courthouse Walter. C. Hardenty. Daytona Beach, '
ralrnmonsense ORDER OF ppnLT"ATIOo.J:. One MamhallInnperton ; Order In next four weekly issues dour on the first Monday In Florida, Atty. for Plf. 1.6t S-t7 !
AND; NOTICE TO APPEAR I officialpeel he month ;of September, 141, which I It.
Household Witness hand and I
. STATE of laid election: J. U my : ;;. "
Rhoden, UF FLORIDA to: Jo.epll 'Peek, P. 8. Denmark F. A. Scott, at Starke, Florida, tnli August I t. the 6th., day of September, 194.1 IN niiri IT cot' RttAIFORDVOI'V'fY.
whose residence la 4th of August
4SE un Dated this day .
3 1943 FLORIIAs l'HArIMruAe -
known. i R. A. Neweome, and Don I. Hoover.
FOOD COOKING VEGETABLES I In (OFFICIAL REAL) A..1. Thorns 1943. : I
OF teetlmnny whereof 1 hereunto
USE I You are required to appear. on ubdcrlbo. my name and cause. the A. Clerk of paid. Court. (OFFICIAL SKAL) A. J. Thomas, .Cannon, Plaintiff, vn Marvin
Families Who September 8. 1949. c'u.' t hi above eal of the paid. town to be. hereunto T. Frank Landrum, Starke FloridaAtty Clerk of circuit Court of Bradford Cannon: Defendant ('ass No tttt.OHDEH .
since pioneer produce their Court i a-i i ; I
the first| time named! and wherein affixed. thin the 12th day of for Pit, 4t 827NOTICM. County, Florida 8-1 4t S-27 OF Pt'BLKATIOMAND
or of this country- own food help not only themselves plaintiff leeka divorce.I Bradford :August A. I. 1943. NOT'E' TO APPEAR
the people County Telegraph shall publish. thin '. OK APPLICATION STATE: UF" ORIDA to: Marvin
It 18 to be unable: to but the nation as well. Food Order 'In next. four weekly l Io."u..... (OFFICIAL 8EAL) FOIL TAX l)&Klt: IX rllU'VIT<< CO!'RT. II"tJFOlltlCol'V'rV Cannon, whoa realdence i la on- I
what
'II kinds of foodIn grown and used at home eaves sealvaat.Stark. hnnd and official I* A. CANOVA, Mayor. (..<..te Bill No. IU3) PI.UHIIII' IN CHAN- known.
M different much ., Florl quantity. which might bean needed space In trucks H llHT 4, 1943.OFFICIAL CARl. JOHNS' That R. L. Lee holder of Tax Certificate Melchlone, Plaintiff, ".. September ft. 1B41, 'In the shove' ;
imminence of are trains and boats for taking food ( REAL) A. J. Thomas City Clerk.I I-1J 5tS No. 685, Ueued the I.1Jh.day Anna Meu-hlone, Defendant.. Cause named Court i and cause. wherein. .
A. The A. *-' ** of July A L>. 130! has .aneein No. 2 17.OltDKU. plaintiff seeks. Divorce: and reetora-
ecarelty has brought such to our armed forces, our allies W. C. :Mlniror, M clenyIFlorida'n i-v rinrrir (,"0tH?. nnAnronn my office and has made application OF PIT LlC"ATION lion nf Maiden name. Bradford
d home gardening and to those who work In crowded : Atty. for Pit. g.6 4t 8.27: fo1'VTY. FLOHIUA IN IIIAN- for a tax deed. to b. Issued AND NOTICE Tt Al'l'KAll I County Telegraph shall publish thla4
urge In CKItV.'Willie thereon. Said certificate embrace. STATR OF FLORIDA toi: Mrn. Order In next four weekly tnHuei
that :avalllble comai cities. the followingdencrlbed In Anna Melrhlone.. 1863 7tt> Witness my hand and officialseal
canning SIOTICK' OIT RLRCTION: Edward Harretl Plaintiff v.. ; : Mate tt: str..t.1
the County of Bradford of Urooklyn, New York. at Htarke, Florida, this Au-
stocks have been supple- Florida families who produce r. ft A. Canova, Mayor of Stark' Myrtle. Allen Harrell.. Defendant.Case Florida, to-wlt: You are required<< to appear TIIKt R, 1941.OFFICIAL.
j
millions of pounds of vegetables should also enjoy themto Florida. by virtue of the authority No. 8622. SKiaOf SW'4 Sec. 95 Twp. < S. September a1943, In the ( REAL: ) A. J. Tho;....
fed by vented In me by Jaw, do hereby : ORDER OF Pt'BLlCATIOV:. R. 22 E., containing 40 acre, moreor named Court and cause, abov.1 AM Clerk of .said. Court. I
.bles grown in small gard- the fullest. Proper cooking Sff.11 an election to be. held at the AND NOTICE I TO APPEAR lee*. plaintiff ....k. dlvnrr. Bradford William 1>. Morgan. Jarknnnvtllx,
et But while they are thinkingt will Insure full enjoyment and City Hall In the aforesaid town by I STATE OF FLORIDA to: Myrtle The a.....rn.nt of the said prop Count Telegraph shall publish thla I Florida Atty for fit.. *-s 4t S-37 I t r,

t producing and conserving also will keep the vitamins and -- -.- \

re, housewives also are giving minerals In vegetables.. Meat water .
ntloa to the proper use of and air destroy vitamins.

which are available. Here are some suggestions: The next time sore
Uonlng and price control are Cook vegetables In their Jack you get

steps the government hasen ets. The vitamins and minerals

to Insure that everyone escape when vegetable are peeled ,
share of what food we and cut. The
less
i fair peeling "
e-that no one gets more than and cutting the better. '

hare. Point rationing gives Use as little water as possible ) grab pencil. li lip
possible freedom, of < -
cc.greatest but point values assigned Usually covering no the more bottom than of one the Inch panis < your *

ilfferent foods within a group needed. It CAN be done with p

not necessarily indicate food out burning.Add ; ,
Point values are based (
JC. vegetables to water already
the amount of a cer-
ply! on of food available for boiling. Bring quickly back to 'I .
type boiling, then reduce heat to simmering
tributlon. point.
eating better today lC
any are Cook only until tender In tight.
n ever before, even though ly covered utensil. Don't let the :

ate y. Nutrition cannot and chops specialists obtain as ,they as empha-would many steam might burn.escape. The v e g e tables FIGURE IT OUT YOURSELF


the fact that several dlffer- Never add soda.. It might col.
foods In any one group will or the vegetables, but It also destroys -

ply the needed materials, butt the vitamins. ,I

t tbe proper variety should be Save and use the left-over vegetable e P Next time you're sore at the Nazis home right now than there.... been ocher American who has an income' ?

en In proper balance. Theythe water for soups stews or or Japs, just sit down for a minute.. for''I>a. long long time. What's will sharpen up your pencils and
easiest to get a a vegetable drink. k
Is'to way And if there's a pencil handy do a more figure out now-you can save an extra
choose foods
need diet
dollar here and another there that
y from each of the following Guavas Richest > .rx :, !' little figuring-something like Maybe you were going to get t new can RO into War Bonds-if you'll
?. this .
food groups: bus this v
ell Every
year. year you itf> figuring and raving-'you71
Source OfVitamin
Green and yellow vegetables Sure taxes are higher. You're paying a weight of metal that will!

me raw, some 'cooked: frozen "C""Nutritionists ,. more than you used to. And the Axis' spine like a tog"a !'

canned. ?' the cost of living hasn't gone down *>

Oranges, tomatoes grape- ists have known and for food a numberof chem 'IE 4*' any either. T&at't costing you it, or raw cabbage or salads 4vy (' more. But \ qra
years that guavas are an ft- :;
cellent source, In fact the richest ,
Potatoes and other vege- millions of did
w know people
known of vitamin C. No- < get 1
lee and fruits-raw, dried, body has source bothered to publicise 4y'r' y ; {' ". new ones. Or radios. Or refri \ IW
ked, frozen or canned. .1 '
,'Y'e
the lowly guava; so tbe average : gerators. Anyway. it's a cinch

MUk and milk products- person hasn't known about this", -1 ,,a.,; ',, you'd have spent torn money this it on till the murderous fools .h '
I'
id, evaporated or dried milk says Mrs. Vera Walker Nutritionist x w ;, Chances are, you're making more, year on things you 'can't buy now. have defiled our soil butchered our

cheese. with t.he'Florida State F? < ; too. And maybe somebody else in So what? sons broken up our homes.-who1' E Ef
Meat, poultry fish or eggs; Board of Health."Furthermore the family working. Maybe one have refused to let us live and work

dried beans, peas, nuts or pea- ," she says, "gua- ';' a of the girls is bringing home a pay So maybe you can put mon of your in peace-' re smashed utterly to. [

t butter. vas don't ship well, will grow E # envelope week-and family earnings into War Bonds! dust! "
Bread, flour and cereals every pretty charts r
and havea :
only in a warm climate .' '
ural whole grain or enriched characteristic flavor thai good pay at that. Chances are, Notl0or12orI5or20- out that pencil! See ;

restored.I. many very people have to learn to there's more cash coming into your but till :you cast If you and every below!, I a

I. Butter and fortified mar- like. However more people .
rliw (with vitamin A added). might make extensive use of ., I' '

guavas if they realized their high 43 '- ., 1 '

ulling Hens vitamin"The best C value.. way to use guavasIs ate, 'Here's what comes in Here's what goes out tArt

mportant Job to eat them raw. They are ,
delicious when sliced and eaten r
hwi culling hens, look them ,
and or made
with cream sugar
the eye says Dr. M.W. Enamel,
butter and
Jellies,
into shortcake.
rlment terinartan Station.with the Florida Ex- paste cannot be counted cookingIn on as ($ J Whit. corns In. 1"

a good source as long .
this step in culling plays an the presence of air destroys

portant part in controlling vitamin C. Guavas can however, ($ ) What lots eat f
I paralysis, long a scourge of be canned without long cookingand
I flocks and the costliest consequently loss of food / ,,

ultry disease. One of the tell.e value as tomatoes, berries and ,. 'V I
signs of the disease--it has other acid fruits are canned. for 0. S-'VJ I ,
'
then be used ;,. two $ WARioND!:
'eral forms-is a gray eye Canned guavas may : ,;}'. ,, I ; -
III an Irregular pupil. That is, like canned peaches. if 1 Jlt)'
"Oranges and other citrus fruits : 'f M r (...t .f'' MKS .
Iris 'I .
the 'SRS ,
colored part of a ,.
I '
are of course the most widely Blur all,.U.So Wu Hoods are tfc1afce
rmal eye Is gray, and the used and recognized food sources "r rN uttq t. tamuneot .... world hut I
pit li Irregular In outline when of vitamin C, but with the war eve* kno/wn-,rtur. yea $4 fort '
Invested the isdof0 I
Ibird a very tl at ]
.
Is affected with this form and shipping facilities so bad, ... I :. *...... UM(h. pencil to BMlp/ssiM I
the disease, instead of being :Mrs. Walker points out, "we ,r.t ,. J V-as well M Joels a... r
must make use of what we have '-I
enly oval J
or well rounded. In
Immediately available. European ,
dltlon. the eye may be "fishy" peoples are having to use any ;I

bulging thing they can find that will supply __ ,

Dr. Emmel advises that any their much-needed vitamin C 'I' .

with this eye condition be C. In England they have concocted -
concentrate of rose hips .
a
ved from the flock Lame ,
and
that show no foot injuries which they feed to babies ,j
account for the lameness should children. In Russia they use a R


net remOved, of ,fowl too.paralysis.as suspected The brew Norway made they from search pine the needles.In woods. BIT -- NOW DO YOUR BEST 1.1


''lilt Ue seed, but and birds go they out might eventually of production.lay ,for lose a They for berries follow the and birds edible and gather leaves. YOUVE DONE" YOUR : t '


left In the flock they endang- for human consumption any berries

the other birds. and leaves that the birds I

>e majority of fowl' paralysisoccur eat. .. .BOOSTJOVRBOHD: BUYING& THROUGH THE PAYROLL S/fflHGS PLAN'I

In birds from 4 to 12 "In Florida we should thank

lhs old the veterinarian says, our lucky stars for an abundanceof
bough older birds frequently citrus fruits during most of ,

tract the disease. Since thee the year," "Mrs. Walker con #

affects many birds Just cludes "and for guavas duringthe This ad I enisement contribution to"Americas all-oat! war effort by .
they begin M
to lay and repay summer months when orangesare
expense of their raising scarce and expensive." '. I 1

I tfytnan paralysis is costly to the FRANK'S'FINE FOODS W. N. (BILL) CARNASION SCHLITZ & OLD MILWAUKEE
and
should be coned InterestedIn
with 'vl&1lance. Dr. Kmme.ax Green BEER
Potato Prices STARKE COCA-COLA BOTTLING P. S. STORES _

COMPANY H. C. WALL AGENCY, Insurance ,
Congressman. Lex Green said .. SAM ROSENBERG & SON
this week that he had received a BARKSDALE'S STORE '

r letter from War Production Administrator BLANDING CENTER, Inc. JACOBS' DRY GOODS STORE j ?
Marvin Jones express-! t "We Clothe The Family"THE

( Ing which concern will confront'over price the Problems Florida H. E. TUCKER *, THE ELECTRIC SHOE SHOP STAR STORE "'

Irish potato crop next season DRUG STORE'A r08 From Park Theatre OLSON'SCOMMERCIAL I
I Shane vegetable crop soon !area KOCH f .

planted in the Everglades JEWELRY & ARMY REFRIGERATION
of the STORE.ROGER'S
and In the northern part BEN SUSLOW'S ARMY '
Optometrist State STORE STARKE BEAUTY SHOP .

Jones' statements were In replyto JORDAN'S BAR LINNIE FOGG McCULLEY Mjjr. I t'

U a plea from Congressman LEI L A' S
YOur bother (Ut returns to
SUPPLY
tytf you "reasonable EASTERN AUTO
for
e1 ..emlne that and fit Green ceilings which willgive BARNEYS DRINK STAND DRESS SHOP AND DEAUTY SALON
you or
"iti'",9lula If you need th..... jrowers( the producer at least a reasonable SUPPLIES EDWARDS SERVICE STATION r ) t :
lG .
,."perlence Holidays price for his produce" CARL JOHNS VICTORY MILITARY .! Jul

rntj Sundays by appointment. The Food n' _Administrator__pO c .... t t,i.replied



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PAGE FOUR HKADFORD OOtWTTT TELEGRAPH. 8TARKK. FLOIHg A I FRIDAY Ai GCgt fl,

sun penetrating the many open she likes burned toast (Or Reddish-Gauvert The Rev. and MrTjT, ?*

I SOCIETY and i CLUBSTwo doors and windows, added to the maybe she means she's just become PlansAnnounced who have been visth:< 8 tltStlth'l

.. peaceful, homey 'atmosphere of accustomed It!) Wedding parents, Mr and l4ra.JiL.
.
__ the lounge, and made a lovely set Brownlee. lef ,
ting for chamber-music. Hear Leila Mundy and Hilda Chapel Hill. N C. J Friday I
Hostesses Madge BrownleeCelebrates Miss Jewell Carter Mrs. Alice Clapp Brown, director Houston celebrated their birthdays Mr. and Mrs Ury Reddish, of son, Chan, who II taking e4 tb

Entertain Choir BirthdayMadge Weds L. A. Johns, Jr. .of the Center introduced Cpl. jointly at a delightful little Starke, announce the approaching ;- in the Naval Corps, bftore tau
William R. George, of the 33 get-together at the Houston hide- marriage of their: daughter,, turning to their home
Mrs. K. G. Duncan and Mrs. Brownlee, daughter of Tuesday NightMiss Chemical Company of Camp Blan- away on Santa Fe Lake Sunday Miss Margie Sue Reddish to S- ington, D. C. III'I

Jeanette! C. Young were Joint Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Brownlee, Jewell Inez Carter, daughter ding: who ably directed the Add Alerglcs: Fran Peek Sgt. Maurice E. CauverU of the Mr. and Mrs. A. A.
hostesses Thursday evening to was the honored guest Monday of Mr. MaxIe Carter, becamethe Choir's rendition of all selections.The doesn't dare to look a platter of Keystone Army Air Field, which of MIami are *"*"'WainlVrla<*
members of the Presbyterian afternoon when her parents entertained bride of Lucien A. Johns, Jr., first group was: Sanctus by sea food In the eye My my! will take"place at the conclusionof and Mrs. A' n. -Andreu. Shlr
Choir, at the home of the formeron at a Weiner Roast at of the Merchant Marine in a Schubert; See, This the Lamb of Can't imagine 'what life Morning Mass at St. Edwards Mrs" W. B. Seweli and
N. Walnut St. Hampton Beach In celebration of quiet ceremony at the Methodist God--Weeber; God So Loved the would be like without a few fried Catholic Church at 9:30 A. M., tel', Mis' VIrginia, Seweu daug

Zinnias and other flowers of : her twelfth birthday anniversary. Church at 9:30: o'clock Tuesday World-Palme. shrimp every now and then Sunday, September, with'the Rt. Mills Roberta Whitfield sF '

the Summer season were arrangedin After enjoying swimming and night, with the Rev. G. C. Powell, Mrs. Evan Lansing with her Hear the Navy received consider- Rev. M. J. Fogarty officiating. Thursday in Jacksonv 1)).. 'i"n
the living room of the hospitable other water sports, the young pastor of the Church officiating. usual skill and technique, playedtwo able reinforcements Tuesday in Miss Reddish has finished her were accompanied home by
Duncan home, where the folks roasted welners and marshmallows The only attendants were Mr. and violin number.: CanzonettacI' the persons of Steve St. John,, junior year in the Bradford High P. O. Langford aDd daugblt*(
gathered after choir prac- over a big bonfire. and Adaigo Pathetl- Richard and Raymond Hall Phyliss, of Fmnproof
guests Mr*. Gordon Wadsworth, Jr., of Ray School, and contemplates completing who IJ&
tice at the church. Cpl. William Those enjoying the afternoon Hampton brother-in-law and sister que-Godard. Cpl. William R. Uncle Sam just won't layoff her course and receiving; her been 8peDdinl' some time In .
George and Mr. E. E. Lansing with Madge were Nancy Light-II of the groom. The beautiful George's' rich, mellow baritone will he girls T Well, well diploma next commencement. She vile, N. C.

direct the choir and Mrs. ElleryM. foot, Joan Dlnklns, Bob and Jim ring ceremony of the Methodist voice was heard to advantage In Hear Dr. Haynes Is feeling has been an operator at the local Mn. G. B. Flynn and daUCb
Davis is organist. Miss Evelyn Stith and little Virginia Jean Church was used and the wedding The Publican and Bless This so young .and kittenish since he Southern Bell Telephone office Betty Ann and Mrs Harry Hou!
Stump an4 Miss Jean Davis sing Darby. march was played by Miss Abble House; both number being per- shelved all those pounds duringhis during the summer. ton spent Tuesday In JaCkaonvlII

solo part accompanied by the Harley fectly rendered. Mrs. Lansing's long sick spell that he's plan Sgt. Gauvert, son of Mr. and George Flynn. jr., will am r
choir of nineteen voices. served chicken sandwiches, cake violin again sang out with Andante ning to teach his new grand tomorrow from Emory
The bride was dressed In a two- Mrs. M. B. Gauvert, of Oakland Unlvel'll'
Mrs. Duncan and Mrs. Young and punch to 'their guest piece steel blue suit, with black I CantabileTachaikowaky- daughter to call him "papa" and Calif., 1. a graduate of the Oak- in Atlanta Ga., for a tell day
Kreisler and Prelude from Suite- vacation with his
accessories, wore a corsage! of Mrs Haynes "granny"! land High School; and, has been parents, 11
I and
Spalding. Welcome to the clear, Mrs. G. B. Flynn,
pinK rose uuu, uia carnets a stationed at the Keystone Army 8e r
fresh voice Miss Jean Davis be accompanied
FOR A PROGRESSIVE. white prayer book. She 1. a of Tip to whom it may concern: Air Field for 18 months. He is home by h
member of the Clam of 1944 of evidenced In her solo Seek Ye If you like Interesting stories, I with the 3rd Observation Squad- grandmother, Mrs. P. E Can'
AND BUSINESS-LIKE the Bradford High"School, and the Lord by Roberts, accompaniedby get Judge Adkins to tell you how who bas spent some'Columbus time

expects to graduate at the next the chorus and followed by he came in possession of that ron.They will make their home for I Ga., with her ae, ,
slnging..O Sacred Head law and
Choir
ADMINISTRATION commencement the coveted sack of meal he brought '. daughter, Capt end''11.
-Bach. Cpl George next sang the present at Keystone: Heights. R. G. ladd:
tother Personal
Mr. Johns eon of Mrs. Stella home day
Down. Here and Jven'Song.! with Mills Agnes Lewis|
Collins, of also at- nomination for the hardest-work- returnee
OF CITY AFFAIRS Hampton
violin Mrs. Lansing.The 8t.rk.lHt
oblrgato by Recently Married Friday after
and least- a
tended BHS. and has been In the ing most-conscientious weeh
final numbers of the Choir I visit with her
., cousins, : ;
Merchant Marne' for ahAii two publicized worker In town: Mrs Pfc
-tyears. were: God Hlmsetf Is With Us, George -Mann, Jr., Starke and Mrs. C. H. Layfleld of
: ;
Is home 30- Julian Peek of the BradfordCounty VaJdost
He
...., ,1 'w- on a '
Peace I Leave with You-Rob- Virginia Strickland Ocala, Aug. Ga. Pfc. Layfield
Is
"-:.,,_,. f day leave from his .hip. Red Cross staff Takea atatloJ
;'
ifI erts, and the Sevenfold Amen by 6. at Moody Pjeld.
J.t.J.J.- and Mr. Johns bow Mrs. Peek Alexander ,
Mr. spent a Stainer. Jesse Bennett and Viola Quil Mrs. Margaret Durshimer
; "' ''' ,jo.f't .. few days at Jacksonville Beach Each group was beautifully the Great wept when he bad no lame,tStarke, Aug. 9. companied by her daughter 'id>d
and Virginia !!
worlds to ,
:r more conquer
.; h '" and Mrs. Johns plans to live with done and showed much earnest, lI.cl" Margaret Dur.bimer
,
were
oj 1", Smith when she wag gwri
wept
t I -H her mother service. while Mr. Johns .Is In thoughtful preparation and super all packed up. and ready to move Ctoneer.:ferryman's; new address at the home of Mr and Mrs. j

,, the vision. back to town from Kingsley is, Seaman 2-C, Tarmac Unit L. Durahimer over Saturday at,
o.; The organist Mrs. E. M. Davis, Lake this week .. Can't say Platoon 4-A U. S.' N. A. S., Sunday. They were enroute t,
\ t Beautiful Vespers deserves much credit for her that I blame her, either .'. In- Miami Fla., He.was transform their home in Brooksvtlle aftd

splendid accompaniments of all cidentally, Butch (who didn't particularly there from Atlanta, .Ga., a,. few I having spent the past three w
Enjoyed SundayAt
numbers, except for a couple of' need It) has a sun tan days ago. visiting friends and relative I
Service CenterThe short a capella parts. Miss Gloria Buford is spending Pennsylvania.
to end all sun tans! ., Card
r. Names of Choir members are s.s..
from Lewis Shriver (Callstreeterof this week-end in Gainesville as
six o'clock Vesper service the Misses Evelyn Stump, Virginia the long )' states he's the guest of Mrs. Bynum Perkins.
.1 of sacred music presented by a Durshimer, Hazel Fields, Vivien his ago of operationsfrom While there she will attend the
urpllced choir of the First Presbyterian McRae Betty McRae Marian Mc- changing scene
Hollywood t o Pasadena graduation exercises at the University !
Church, Sunday eveningat Rae, Jean Davis,' Louise Stern, Calif.Swellegunt. of Florida. linpottanf
r the Service Center, was well Josephine Johns.. 'Merry Beth Mrs. J. B. Kills of Green Cove
: attended by soldiers, sailors, and Knight Mary Alice Yarbrough Spring Is' the guest this week of
rJVOTE other music lovers; many finding Fay Yarbrough, Mary Louise Dur- sprf'8 chair on the west veranda. shlmer, Mesdames Marjorie Thomson Ethel Sewell and Florence Brown and her mother, Mrs. E. M.
: Bright colored flowers within Alice Lansing Inez Davis, for members of the two night Thomas.
verdure without, and the setting and Cpl. George. bridge clubs at Florence's beautl-I M

i II. ful new place on Kingsley Lake -
Tuesday night Baked beans f +
and ham hot home-made rolls Sentinels t


.., FOR Carolyn Callstreet
Ethel says the secret to that ex-
Don't Them I
tra goodness in her baked beansIs Neglect ,
Nature designed the kidney to do a
W. N. (BILL) CARNASION a dash of ginger-in case you marvelous job. Their t....la to keep the
All Romance .. Who Darby last week and has been get. want to try It some time flowing blood stream. frM ol in ..._ 01to.lo Have your Fire Insurance
Impurf le. Tha act ol llvlnf-tiM /
says It', dead? Surely gives ting his party .dates mixed up Glimpsed L. H. Harper and the .<( -la constantly producing wait
a gal reassurance to know that ever since Seems he and The Mrs. in town from Moultrie, Ga. matter the kidneys' must nmor from policies checkedNOW
MAYOR the blood II food heath 1 la to endure.
FOR there's plenty of. the amorous wife missed out entirely on one (Spence Field) tother day When the kidneys fall to unction aa

tIN article stUl around and I don't affair Monday night 'cause he Seems they've been visiting relatives waste Nature that Intandad may.,..tb.r...... body-wide I. retention dla-ol
Ii< mean Just1til' .books -. r, Love thought It was to be Tuesday at Lawtey '. Hear the ,tr..One may suffer na "lng baekacha, .... ,
THE CITY ELECTION light and then inat penletant I headaehe,attacks: ol dlamineaa, I ; "
still laughs at locksmiths just ar they popped Telegraph has one good friend getting nlghta. awaUlng. pufflnesa
; up
much today as It did back In the (Gainesville) Grahams on Eolln Smith (Mrs. Hogan) ," under the .,,-feel tired, nerroua, all ...'. :...-.

SEPTEMBER 14August Shake peare'a time .' .' If you Kingsley Lake for dinner a night She pays her subscription three worn Frequent out. ,scanty or burning pasasfea "h.Charley.. ,......
don't believe its true you should too soon But the fast-talking years in advance so she won't are aometlmea further evidence ol kidney
Interview the local lassies who (Insurance tactics) Joe convinced be bothered with having to renewso The or reeogniaed bladder" disturbance.and proper treatment. E. JohnsAgency
date some daring khakllads from his hostess that she was the one often That's what I call l la a dluretie medicine to help the kldneyaKrid
of ....... poisonous body .... *.
.
I a camp situated 0 n a nearby who was wrong so he got the looking ahead ..'. Pill They have bad mar.than .

lake (and I don't necessarilymean meal after an Hear Lois (Ad- =tto''a: public ov approval..r. Insist Am ouDo. Phone 13 Starke, Its
Blanding)> .. Eleven o'- kins) Pope will give up teachingthis Well, guess that about winds .'.. Sold e' .11) drug atori.
clock curfew and Inquisitive sentries year and become a student up the notorious notes for this

r ,. mean nothing to these lads herself-business course it seems time So long See you, DOAN SPILLS Raprwcrttlnia THE TRAVELERS FIDE
They get back to camp anytime .. Oddities for the Oddltorlum: in the next 'I., INSURANCE COMPANY,Hartford!
they please (before sunrise), Hope (Haynes) Holliday Insists Carolyn. r _

a e park> their car on the far side of ,
the lake embark in their privaterow .

boat and paddle Into camp ';
behind the sentries' backs! '. '
DO YOU WANT
) TO BE
29 30 31 And now do you wonder why I ,,
;- "
say. "Romance never dies! ,


Sunday Monday Tuesday Quite a nice party Monday nightat ,1.5 ? ''' 1 ,

Myrtice brother-in-law Carpenter's, Lt.-Col.honoringler Tel- e a u tifuf "

fair Long, who paid Call Street a
1TT1i r i l flying visit and hurried 'back to ,-. ....

Texas Wednesday taking his fam- 9Lorraine Hartmann
and
Hartmann
Lnyrpp
MR MIRRIMINJ. S'I Uy with him 'Myrtice and
MEMO from Pine Ridge Ethel Biggs looked particularly have just returned from Mentone Ala-
I You've date with Nhe boys noteworthy in their black sheer.
all their bama in the
with Mountains
a spree in the big town So much so, In fact that a Smoky where they
on pals-your friends of the famous radio show certain Captain ,described Ethel attended the National Beauty Forum's c

as" "c h arm I n g charm itself!t",
which I. 'my idea of a real nice/ Post-Graduate School. They studied under

compliment Par be It fromme such internationally-known artists as John r'J
to embarrass! Jeanette Kincaid
pare by telling how many "of those Zerbo, Stanley of New York, Robert King /

COmelrei' delicious little hot and others. ,
1 They brought back with them '; .
ham sandwiches a h blscults.and-I :'f.' .
for It seems she'd new ideas and Technique in hair styling, '"*. .

'ill day with her new Red Crdfes shaping coiffure .
moulding, and "
-
'
perman-
.
;Job that she'd scarcely'bad time ." :-'ent :: '
to eat a bite-andthe sandwiches i Waving. They invite their patrons and others to come in for' free

WERE delicious! Myrtice's Consultation on creative and type st yling.
house looked lovely In its new r

S Jecor of French blue-everything While at the school they had the
e : h e same color: walls ceiling, privilege of studying the techniqueand

f fwoj. woodwork mantel-which is the theory of the sensational Cold-Ray Permanent Wave under Vin-
tew trend in decorating, I understand cent Palmeros
one of America.s greatest stylists. This
. is the wave
that the leading l fashion editors have been raving'about and which
And speaking<< of Col. Long. I in was
'+ hear he hasn't played a game of featured, magazines such as Harper's Bazaar, Vogue, Cha m Made-'
bridge (which he used to thor- 'moiselle and others. Again we ask "
our and
patrons others
oughly enjoy) since Pearl Harbor to come: in
A and let us show them this
AHD Says he can't get his mindon new scientific development.

kings and queens when di<>_ .
tators are'Inning'' wild! ,' .
And come to think of It, maybe THE MIRACLE IN' PERMANENT WAVING

matters on the home front would .
be In better shape if more of us '

would follow his example SiTrprlse '. ..: '
message this week from j COLD-RAY ,
Grace and Ed Williams, who have ... -
.
.r.
i wended their way quite a distance I ''''' :::;,"t. ... (. -.-,.

from Call St., and are now deepIn NO HEAT NO ELECTRICITY NO
the heart of 4318 Lemmon j MACHINE

Ave., Dallas, Texas SOFT LUSTROUS WAVES NATURAL
have even gone so far as to buys CURLS -TRULY, A MIRACLE
"a nice three-room brick home ,
i -and Ifi A WOW FOR LAUGHS! In a nice section of town and '

A JACK WM.VOTION ProductionCOMEDY : like living there fine. Think It I :
'work wonders on Richard's )' 'JCl:4g Jail' U SalonEast

Also asthma." i : eauty:

Heat ;Joe Wilson hssn't yet fully I
& NEWS recovered from his Grandin Lake I .Call Street J 18
Phone
vacation with Jean and Morgan
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I,, r-= BITS' of LOCAL NEWS Mrs. H. L. Speer and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. I. P. Shepherdhad Miss Dorothy Mills of Green Sgt. and--Mrs- Robert C. Jack- I

Yt Miss Betty Speer, left Saturday as a recent guest their eon Cove Springs was) the guest son and baby from Boca Raton I ,i
for their home In Pahokee after C. C. Shepherd of the U. S.I I Thursday of last week of her Field, returned home this week I
3== spending some time here as Army. He left yesterday for sister, Mrs. P. E. Sullivan, and after spending a 10-day furloughin : !
1 Cain program dl- Mrs. Katharine Sponholtz of Mrs. Emma Anderson of ArcherIs guests of Mrs. Speer's brother-in- Salt Lake City Utah, where he her gradmot her Mrs E. M. the home of his parents Mr. ,
''.AeUSO-NCCS, returned'fu Jacksonville made a business tripto visiting her daughter and three I law and sister, Congressman and I Is stationed as an Instructor in Thomas and Mrs. H. Carl Jackson In I j
U a two-week va- Starke and Raiford last Friday. sons In Starke-Mrs. E. M. Davis ,
Mrs. R. A. Green. 1
from radio.
I Mrs. Sallie Tlson, who has been Starke, and her parents, Mr. and :
Al Manassa
attended a ses- resigned his J. L.
position Anderson. A. W. Anderson
first Miss Gloria Buford
will
enter
she USO Conference In as a ship-fitter at the St.' and G. A. Anderson. Nurse's I Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Hough were staying In Tampa with her sister Mrs. P. H. Haskins. In Baldwin. I
the training at St. Luke's .
d visited reltn Johns River visitors to Jacksonville Tuesday. Mrs. N. N. Norton is Sgt. Jackson Is teaching radio ,
and then Shipbuilding Co. In Van H. Jacksonville spendinga )
Hospital
onvllle. Carden who recently September Mrs. Joseph! Thomas of Crescent .
11er Suroter and Charleston Jacksonville last Saturday to en- returned from Long Beach dal., 1. City has spent! two weeks I. few days In Starke. in the Academic Department.

I ter service with the Merchant where he was with the Seabees Betty Brown of Tallahassee Is here with her mother, Mrs. P. S. ---- - .. .. ___ 1
Ml( Mrs. Roy M. Stone Marine. He has passed all of his until he received a medical discharge the guest of her aunt, Mrs. Marcus Denmark, and her mother-in-law, i
i enjoyed a week's vaca- exams', and expects to finish has accepted a position F. Brown, at'Klngsley Lake I
ply Mrs. E. M. Thomas. Upon her AFTER A BRIEF SUMMER VACATION ,
t was spent with Cllplng the red tape In time with the Bradford Mrs. Sallle Smoak '
which Hardware Co. of AlachuaIs return home she will be accompanIed j:
11 Marlanna and relativesoa to enter active duty in about two and will start work tomorrow. the guest of Mr and Mrs.
d.ln by her daughter, Jo Ann, WE WILL REOPEN FOR BUSINESS
Is with the weeks.
) stone
1Y Mr. Miss Mary Gasklns of Lake W. L. Wall. who has been visiting her grand.
'
1dt Co.. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. V. H. Carden had
Life Insurance Wales Is. visiting her sister-in- Miss Lillian Sternberg has returned mothers. MONDAY AUGUST 30
In the Starke as their guests last week
Mr. and ,
dtr fu a clerk law, Mrs. Jean Gasklns, and Mrs. from a three weeks' visit Lt. Col. T. T. Long arrived In
office.to Mrs J. H. Carden of Dawson, Jeanette Young. In Ohio, Baltimore, and New York Starke Monday night, by planeto BETTER PREPARED THAN EVER BEFORE
of Ga.
Brock, manager They spent the week-end at .
Edna Mrs. Doris Wynn has movedto City.W. Jacksonville from Camp Hood
Telegraph office hereL the White cottages on Lake San- D. Bill) Parker Radio Man
(
'OItal Texas. Upon his return Wednesday TO MEET YOUR EVERYDAY DRY
Jacksonville to be near her i
| last Friday from a one- ta Fe, and report that the fishing 3-c:: with the U. S. Navy was here he was accompanied by Mrs ,
husband Wlllard Wynn who 1 la
spent with friend was fine. this week from his base Nor- CLEANING REQUIREMENTSESPECIALLY
vacation stationed with the at Long and their two young sons, :
Coast Guard
li ter-bUrg, Va. and relatives Dr. W. E. MIddleton, Miss Mar- there. folk, Va., to spend a four-day Tom and Dave, who will make.. }
1 enderson Ky. Jorle Sue MIddleton and Miss leave with his fat h e rf W. S.. their home In Georgetown, Texas .. .. .. ..
Mona Claire Marshburnllahassee Wanda Pearce returned home the Miss. Joyce Prevatt and Miss, Parker
M while Col. Long is stationed at
Is visiting her first of the week after spending Avada Gassett are spending I a Gerald L. Waters, for eight Camp Hood. TRAINED AND EXPERIENCED ,

)Irs.U A. Canova at Klngsjke. awhile at Dr. Mlddleton's campin week with Mr. and Mrs. Wlllard months an employe of Lacy Con- Mrs. E. M. Davis had as guest ,'
Georgia. Wynn at Jacksonville Beach. way at'the Union Bud Station several days last week her sisters, MEN AND WOMEN TO TAKE CARE 01'- THE ,
I Mrs. Edwin Prevatt and Mrs prior to his entering the Army 22 of Sanford .'
Mrs. J. A. Cunningham
Danny Traulos visitors at MOST DELICATE OR MOST EXPENSIVE j
were months ago, has had a medical and Mrs. Barbara Conwayof
WANTED: THREE CASHIERS Jacksonville Beach last week. discharge and started back to Jacksonville. GARMENTSWe :

Fast'' & Accurate In Handling Mr. and Mrs. Pate Gaasett work at the bus station Monday Pvt. Merrill O. McMillan of thf I
Must Be Change spent last Friday In Jacksonville
morning. His discharge; was due Engineers Replacement Training
ORANGE LINES Blanding Center Mr. and Mrs. I. W Longacrehave to a w o u n d received while on Center at Fort Belvolr, Va., spenta .. c J

Apply O. O. Williams had as guests for the past guard duty wheel his own gun short furlough last week'at the a }
few days their daughter Mrs. was discharged Into his left foot. home of his mother, Mrs. H. L.
Eleanor King, and her young He has been in hospitals for several Hough, in Starke. Appreciate Your Past Business And Shall :1 f'
daughter, Shirley Ann King, of months.Mr. Mrs. Perkins will spend
Dalevllle Ala. Mrs. Longacre, and Mrs. L. S. Hutto haveas Bynum Look Forward To Serving: You In The Future .
svllle
the week-end In G a I n e : :
ArS FOR ME FOR ENE1UJ.YI Mrs. King, Miss King and Mrs their guests this week all of where she will attend the Kappa .

F. C. HollIngsworth and daughter, their children: Pfc. Oliver P. Hut- Delta PI banquet at the Primrose J f
Penny, are spending a few days to of Ft. Bennlng;' Ca., Sgt and Grill. NEW METHOD CLEANERS :.1 ::

at Mrs. Longacre's home in Mrs. Tillman F. Hutto of Alexandria Edward Prince of the Starke- .
Miami.I La., and Jacksonville, and' BlandIng Tailors I Is in New York E. O. EDWARDS, Prop. : I'
Mr. and Mrs L. W. Koch returned their Frankie, Miss Carolyn 88-year-old '
son. City visiting hi.I >>Phone
315 Ave. I 135
Temple
Sunday from a ten-day Hutto of Columbia, S. C., and father who is seriously ill i r
.
trip to Arcadia.Mr. Sgt. and Mrs. M. C. Wells of Sgt. and Mrs. James Moser o' "
and Mrs. J. T. QuIgley andL. Camp Swift, Texas. They also Columbus Ga.. are spending ten .. !

y Y, A. Wynn left Monday on the have as guests J. H. Dunkley and days at Kicgsley Lake with Mrs

"Silver Meteor" for New York Mrs. Mabel Denmark and daughter Moser's father, A. S. Strickland.ELECT r
o's E t City, on a vacation trip. Mr. Lecy, of Jacksontllle. '

, Wynn expects to visit his son-in- Miss Garnlta Hutto spent! last ". :
law and daughter, Lt. and Mrs.E. week in Jacksonville with Miss If .
M. Silvernail, at Sackets Harbor Denmark. -
Lecy
N. Y., near the Canadian ; I
Mrs. E. R. Marshburn returnedto
'aeaM1... Kr, r, ', border. Mr. and Mrs. QuIgley her home in/Tallahassee/ Fri- James F. Midnight Sat. Sun. .' Mon. Aug. 29 30 I\i ':

plan to spend some time in Poco- day, and,was accompanied by her
no Haven and Mt. Pocono Pa., Bal-
brother, Carl Alderman, of ''II

1'i Pepsi-Cola Company, Long Inland City, N. Y. ence and also In Indianapolis attend a Bible, Ind.Confer, visit timore, to Md.visit, who his went brother-in-law to Tallahassee HollingaworthMAYOR BE THERE WHEN THEBIG >

Franchise Bottler Pepsi-Cola Bottling Co., of Jacksonville the Moody Bible Institute In Chicago -
and sister, Mr. and Mrs. GeorgeC.
and other places of Interest White. OF SHOW BEGINS '
Mrs. B. A. Pope, who has spent Mary Louise and Francis Leigh ,
the past several weeks with her Durshimer are visiting their ,... r (
EVERY BRANCH OFnoai'ance parents Judge and Mrs. A. Z. grandmother, Mrs. Margaret Dur- STARKEExperienced M-G-M is throwing

Adklcs, at Kingsley Lake, will Chimer, in Brooksville.T i a party-and what i Ia
leave Monday to join her husband .
...... The n j jI'
at Auburn Ala. -" ** party \

Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Davis returned no YOU KNOW ABOUTROACHES screen's greatest t tr
home Saturday after ". I''
entertainer galaxy sxvl ,,
spending the past month In Hot ? '

Springs, !Ark., and Asheville, N. of top talent-

C. When you fight roach you Booth Tarkington's'i '
I. C. WALL Miss Marjorie .Sue, Mtdilleton"returned try lout to kill net the rid few of them that you all,,can not I q Ii ':
yesterday to her homeIn hit with pray or dust or that heart-warming
; Jacksonville, after spendingthe walk Into a powder by accident show world ro '

summer here with her grandparents K-3-D '
mnnce-glorified td' '
Agency Dr. and Mrs. W. E. Mid-
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dleton. She was accompanied to ROACH KILLER .t with melody and :

onstant Service Over 50 Years Jacksonville! by Mrs. W E. MId IS DIFFERENT 3f rhythm and gals) / : k "j
dleton and Miss Madge Middle- '
rtnachea rat. It because they Sing out the newsIt's !/ ,i ,# :
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ton.Mr. like It. They dry up and dl.t.
Phone 146 and Mrs. O. L. Beasley Put K-3-D In little pile or In oshowl honey of a :1' i;
Please and are bottle raps and place It In outot..llrht ; '
went to Tampa Monday places. where, It ran he i '' II I It
,, --'" .. spending this week with Mrs left an bait. Hafe' to une. Nonpoisonous -
Beasley's parents, Mr. and Mm to man and pets ;\t: .

NAT SEZ: A.' C. Durden. 15o and 25c pkr ,
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Alderman
Am' I backing up the boys on the and two sons, George and Bruce, st* Honest ." .

front line? of Baltimore, Md., are guests of
;
'
to help win Sistrunk Feed and 1
Am I doing my part Mrs. O. W. Alderman and Mr. andNr'e. "'
Capable .
,
warT
the L. A.' Canova. ,Seed Co. ,
theMe question everyday ,
v'f. ,Ask yourself Mrs. T. J. Griffin and sister, '
not? ; \ .
If not, why
two.
or MondayIn FLORIDA
Mrs. Carrie Rltch, spent 8TAKKE, Home Town
1 er.1 Isn't thin your Country as well as Jacksonville.Mr. .

theirs and Mrs. W. A. Scott and Klfg. by Mcl'hall Product Boy .
Go out and buy yourself some Corbln Carnell were In Jacksonville Orlando Fla. HEHJOV
Government- War Bonds. That's Friday on a business trip. I r .

not caking too much In It? You'llbe Mrs. M. C. Sweeney and daughters .
durn glad you've got them Norma, Joan and Connie, of SOgGSI"WI
,.,.
Is. over and I I t..kA
thl thing
when Hampton were here Monday afternoon $ Ya.' 1'A
ain't Joking. visiting friends. WE TAKE PLEASUREIN N gaily r..rrk.Ea

Mrs. Purvis Hazen of Hampton -

NEW ARRIVALS Lake was a visitor here Monday INTRODUCING TO OUR
Mrs. T. L. Maynard of MIca- --y swotrq

nopy was the guest of Mrs. F. A. CUSTOMERS THE NEW
LADIES GABARDINE SUITS Scott Tuesday. Mrs. Maynard r
was 'a teacher in the B. .H. S., CHARM-KURL METHOD OF
several years ago and has many

$14.95 & $24.50 friends here. PERMANENT WAVING
G.. C. Bates of West Palm
r Beach spent several days here
100% WOOLCOSTUME :Mr. and Mrs. '
week visiting
O this W. White. Mr. Bates was en- t 2U & tyuMeef & fame &'r".'br wNh FAY BAINTER

SUITSTHE route home after spending awhileIn ,, RICHARD, //
Highland N. C. h:' :PERMANENT WAVE < "! ;
Corbin Scott Carnell, of Or- nr
NEWEST FASHIONS _- mond. is visiting his grandparents' ,, ,' Save time and money. Easy-beautiful BYINGTON. Marta EGGERTH '
Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Scott. :1' -.afe.Anyone can do it. Home Kit contain ; Spring
$19.95 Mrs. F. W. Varnadoe of Savannah 40 Cutlets, Shampoo, Wave Set. a'foe Connie GILCHRIST eLeonld KINSKEY
here visiting her par Complete with simple direction Charm-
__ Ga., Is ." ..J
harmful! chrmicals.JIRaI .
Smith. Karl containi no
Mrs. W P.
nts, Mr. and "
Houston, REQUIRES no HEAT.ELECrRICITYor Ovfr 1 fXM1MNmid) TOMMY DORSEY
and Mrs. Harry LANG
Mr.
NEW MAanNES.Sale for children'.,natural's
Mr and Mrs. George B. Flynn Merle Chonerurl nltaa.elovelf Was or dyed hair.Money back if not _JauZ nneret-.,_. AND HIS ORCHESTRA,
A. Darby
Mrs. C.
and Mr. and
FALL BAGS and daughter, Virginia I Jean, I' v I J BC3 CROSBY

spent Sunday at the Houston IS YOUR POULTRY SUFFERING WITH : ...." ,
r
cottage on Lake SantaFe. ORCHESTRA
summer AND HIS
'$3.50 $3.95A Joined for Sunday SOREHEAD ? lI'floW' .
were ,,
They by Mr. and ]\Mr. t: DlMCtad by NORMAN TAUIIOG, ,j
night supper '- k Pnxtucadby
VERY ASSORTMENTOF W. B. Mundy' and Mr. and Mrs. THEN USE OUR SOREHEAD SALVE ll t ,,\I JOSEPH PASTtftNAKSQM
NICE
of the Stat Farm. RESULTS
Godwin GUARANTEE
Jim Mrs. N. T. Ritch and Mr. ''I'. WE Ptof by RiCftud Canal Gladys lihiwa .,land Upon Uw/ NO'/II l by oath Tar w paTue.

J. Griffin spent Monday In Jack- 25c & 50c Jars

sonville. .. '. SI. 1 :a"HITLER'S
*. Wnl. Tbura.. Aug. Hept.
last 4
SWEATERS Mrs. Bessie Harris left
t Wednesday\ for a visit with her MADMAN"JOHN
t Mrs. O. J. McGriff In Here PATRICIA MOKRISOX
AT REASONABLE PRICES daughter School Days Almost CAKR/tUINK -
Jacksonville, after spending several .
weeks here with her son-in-
law and daughter. Congressman We Have Good Dictionaries And Other RITZ
A BIG LINE OF R. A. Green.
and Mrs, !
Mrs. L. G. Powell has returned
BABY'tIFfS 1Sternberg's to her home here after enjoyinga "AIR RAID WARDENS" 11t

a with her mother, Mrs. A. SPECIAL ADIIKD ATTRACTION it

H. Frlpp In Ocean Drive' S.Smith C. Store War Department Feature Length Subject"REPORT 1
Mr. and Mrs. Junius M. Koch Drug
and family have returned .to their FROM THE ALEUTIANS"In

I home here after enjoying a stay ( Technicolor) 1

In the S. T.Dell cottage on.Kings-

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Nora Sapp were In Alachua las Hampton Happening; School Board Old Age Payments small benefitted properties from they hIgher note "

I SIXBROOKER week, shopping. By Barbara Horn Shows Improved Will Still VaryThe may have had their own.IncOllut Ot

Rev. G. E. McGauley spen creased through
MEeTING StatusThe allOtl11enll
COUNCIL Financial
afternoon visiting ben LADIES following statement was relative In the f
Monday
By Lou listen and attended church services at Mrs. George Rahme entertain annual financial report of authorized this week by L. A. These are only a military few It
Council of the ChristChurch I Rennolda member of the District I1f tbt
FAMILY REUNION: trees. About 30 relatives enjoyed Dedan that night. i the Bradford County Board of amples.
with them. Hazen returned Wednesday, Aug;, 18, at the fiscal 5 Welfare Board. "The
the Winfred
The Lyon B. Crosby were day Mrs. Public Instruction for the Social Security
host at a family reunion at their: Ellie Heard and James A to her school after being absent 3:30: P. M. year which closed June 30 reveal. "Old-age assistance grants are amended by Congress ,In Act \.
home here Sunday. A picnic dinner Clark of Balnbrldge. Md. wen a few days last week because of An Interesting program was some interesting facts and figures. based entirely on need" Mr. Ren- read: -the state 1911:

was served out in the bad visiting Mr. and Mrs C. L. At Illness. enjoyed. "Showing God's InfluenCe Among these Is a'comparisonthe of nolds explained. "It is quite pos- Welfare Board) shall agency, i In del(IB ::1F

yard under the pecan trees. klnson and other relatives hen Mr. and Mrs. Ressle Carlton In Our Amusements" was cash balances on hand as of sible that in some cases recipients, ing need take into

Those present were: Mr. and over the weekend.Mrs. were proud parents when they; the topic and a number of clip. July I, 1942 and 1943. This year because of increased Income, may any other Income and COntldel\

Mrs. C. E. Crosby and children Nora Sapp and grand found their little daughter, Sarah I pings pertaining: to this theme the balance on band was $16- receive a cut in grant. -All recipients of an individual clalmlnr
of Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs. A. daughter, Judy Kelly are visit taking a few steppe Sunday. She were read by the members. The 314.95. while last year It wea have never at any time assistance; ns
.
D. Crosby of Starke. Mr. and Ing relatives In Jacksonville this has been ill and unable to wall sentence prayer. were led by $9.323.75--or a gain of $6,991.20 received the same amount:-the the Social Security Law

Mrs. 1.. H. Futch of Lawtey,, week. for many weeks She Is In the Mrs. Wadsworth and closed 'by over last year. grants varying from $5 to, $40 receives matching federal'tilt r.

Mr. and Mrs E. B. Crosby and Mrs. Myrtle Lewis I of St hospital in Jacksonville.Mr. Mrs. Griffin. Brief comments State sources of revenue 1 laIIt per month according to the needof amounting to millions

children, Mr. and Mrs. A. I* Petersburg Is visiting\ her bro and Mrs. Floyd WIggins were made by Mrs. Guy and year totaled $93,382.52. which !Included the individual" for the payment of old-age ann

Crosby and family, Mr. and Mrs.. ther. Charlie Kelly, and other of New River spent Sunday with Mrs. Myers. $76,712.00 in the teacherl "Explaining this further, duringthe In Florida." Mr. RennoldJ

R. J. Waters Mr. and Mrs S.. relatives here. Mrs. Rosa Plnholster. The business; period follow salary fund; $14,392.00 in the war a considerable number of further that need is beingnge Ita<<
M. Mott and son, Elbert, Mrs Mra. J. K. Douglas spent last Mrs. Mack Collins and children with roll call and minutes of I transportation fund; $437.50 1n recipients have had their Income mined at this time by the
Bill Nichols and children, Mr. week with relatives in Tifton and are visiting Mrs. Collins' parents, previous meeting read. Twelve vocational funds; and $1,841.02 In increased by accepting light em- social work staff of the dIIlr|m
and Mrs. Morgan TUghman and Valdosta Ga. Mr. and Mrs. H. P. G lney. members and two visitors were "textbooks fur n Iii h e d by the. ployment, such as they are phyal- and that the payment of

daughter Mr. and :Mrs.: 'Howard 2nd Class Seaman W. C. Crosbyof Mrs. Vasco, Mann and Winfred present. State". cally fit to do. Others, becauseof ed Increases in gram win12!

Mott and children, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Field near Green Cove,, Hazen were In Gainesville on Mrs. 1 ahme. assisted by her County and District sources of housing shortages, may have as 'coon a possible.! '

1 Resale Carlton and children, Mrs I was visiting his parents. Rev. and business last Wednesday.Mr mother, Mrs. Nita Johnson, and revenue totaled 4139029. em-
O. W. Davis and children, Mr. I Mrs. C. A. Crosby last week. and Mrs. Sanford Ritch Mrs. Andy Well served a delicIous bracing taxes:: collector ecomproller ---I.
Mrs. Zenas Williams and Pvt. Talmadge Kelly and familyof and son Gene, of Starke were The september 29330.83; tax redemptions -
and course.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Valdosta Ga. are visiting week-end guests of Mrs. Hitch's punch held.at the) $249.29; Racing Coi -
children, will be
Mr. and Mrs. L. A. meeting funds 4750.00: ; and In. .,. .
Keene and daughter, and D. Pad- relatives here this week. parents, home of Mrs.: W. H. Griffin. mission ,
of Erooker. Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Kelly Brown. debtedness reserve 706017. '
gett made a business trip to Gainesville Mrs. Daisy Fisher and Miss SUNDAY SCHOOL PARTY Non-revenue sources netted the TRAVEL MONEY j

PEANUT BOILING last week. Melba Croby of Lake Butler Mrs. Smith accompaniedgroup a Board $170 from the sale of

About 65 young people enjoyedthe Mrs Loca Waters spent last were visiting the Ralph Harens of young folks to alter property; $1,205.84 from tranfers IS SAfE
peanut boiling at the homeof Wednesday In LaCrosse with her Friday night. Sunday School social at the ; and $242.32 from other non- ,. .
Miss Louise Parrish last Fri- daughter, Mrs. Joe Rae Harris. 2nd Class Seaman Osten Kellyof a Methodist Church In Waldo Saturday revenue sources or a total of$3,-

day night. Many games were Mrs. R. M. Gainey and daughter St. Petersburg Is spending a evening'Aug. 21. 618.16. IF YOU CARRY
played around a large fire In Eloise, were shopping In few days here with relatives.Mr. Those enjoying I the occa lon As to cash balances on July 1.
of the Gate. Starke, Lake Starke last Monday. and Mrs. Eldon Hardy and Mable Smith. Margaret 1942 $1.97 was left in the, teachers -
front were:
Butler Brooker, Graham, Raiford Mlsn. Lubedla Pinholster and Charlene Hardy of Starke were Dyal, Hilda Brown Edith Chaso: : salary fund; $222.35in the In AMERICAN EXPRESS TRAVELERS CHfOl
and Worthington were all well Irs. Pitt Baxter, made a business Visiting relatives In Nashville Ga. Norma Sweeney Nell Earl and transportaotln fund; $3,842.91the acbool

represented, and two soldier and trip to Gainesville last week. ast weekend.Mr. Carlos Myers. county and general dll- I Everyone is on the go these dse-Bueiae.s Tranlen-WIl
their wives from Camp Blending I Many people from here attended and Mrs. Larson MIntz fund; and $5,256.52: in the Workers-Soldiers and Sailors-Visitors to camps-Inducteci
were present. Church services at Antioch and daughter and Mrs. Abe Mr. and Mrs Gordan Wad tract maintenance fund. -men and women alike.Travel io crowded train and jammed!
The freshly boiled peanutswere l last week, and Dedan this week. Crosby and daughter of Jackson- worth visited friends in Palatb On the other side of the ledgerthe hotels baa greatly increased the risk of lost or stolen travel'funds

served at 11 o'clock. The Baptist Church here Is extending tile were visiting their parents Thursday and Friday of leat expenditures-$7,583: .67 waa Before you start ic is a wise precaution to thing your
$86.-
an invitation to everyoneto Mr.< and Mjrs. L. R. Gainey over week. spent for general control; money into American Express Travelers Cheques. They era
FAREWELL PARTY be with them during their revival the week-end. Misses Harvene Watterson and 793.02 for Instruction; $:$5,331.1 spendable anywhere like cash.But unlike cash,if Ion or stoles,
Misses! Mary Ellen .Hayes and services, beginning the Sth Donald Crews Is doing nicely Barbara and Betty Horne left for the operation of school plant) ; your money is refunded ia fulL

Ellen Waters entertained Wednesday Sunday night with the Rev. C. after having his tonsils removed Friday for Reevesvllle, and St. 3288.94 for maintenance; aux Issued ia denominations of$10, $20 $50 and $100. COM

night Aug. 18, with a fare- A. Crosby assisting Monday. George S.C.. Th y will alao llary agencies (transportation i ) ,75#for each$100.Minimum cost 4Ot lot $10 to$50.lot ule.
$8,-
well party for Annlce. Eudene Misses Hazel and' Lottie 'Mae Spencer Hires of Moultrie, 'Ga.. a few days In Charleston 117271.90; fixed charges at Banks Express Offices and many Railroad Stations.
spend
and Billy ,Crosby. After many Heard left this week for their and Mr. and Mra. Fred Clark and before returiflng home. :592.57$ ; capital outlay $1.3:56.02: : ; -
outdoor games had been played, of Gainesville Bind debt service $4,181.87 makIng AMERICAN. EXPRESS
of cake some In Balnbrldge, Ga. after laughter, Mary Lynn, Mrs: K. B. Watterson and total $129,399.77.CoIlege >
delicious refreshments their niece, Mrs. expenditures
Belting relatives here. are visiting Miss Dorothy 'Watterson have'
and punch were served to about ) Friends of 2nd Class Seaman Emery Hazen, this week. returned from a two weeks stay TRAVELERS CHEQUES B
and Billy left .
30'guests. Eudene William Stedman Daniel of Loans
IV. C. Crosby will regret to learn Pfe. In Virginia..

Monday for will Greensboro make their home.Fla., that he Is In a hospital at Green Lake Butler Is home on furlough L.' A.' Jobnd'of' 'the' Merchant Are AvailableStarke ..
where they infected and has been visiting friends here
Cove suffering with an arrived Thursday of last
Aonlce will leave the last of this law. Ills week. He la stationed at Marine i SEAFOODS CHICKEN DINNER
friends her
Relatives students
Mr. and week. and college may
month with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lavon Kelly of Camp Shelby Miss.
,safe
welcomed his return horn participate In a new $3,000 revolving < -
Mri. ,L. B. Crosby, Friends of G. W. Parrish will I STEAKS CHOPS
St. Sunday
were
Petersburg Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Adklr' loan fund, It was announced -
Don't forget PTA, meeting on heats of Mr. and Mrs. Cliff egret to learn that he Is In a and daughter Betty Jean spec this week by the Re'Q. .

the last Wednesday before toe Kelly. acksonvllle hospital. He received Wednesday; of last week at Lake C. Powell, pastor of the Fin TEMPTING TASTY, SANDWICHES
first Monday. AU patrons are Miss C leth Hill of Knoxville, a crushed shoulder when thrown Butler with Mrs. Adkins' parent Methodist Church, following receipt DELICIOUS HOME MADE PIES
asked to attend the meetings.\ .. Tenn. Is visiting Mr. and Mrs. rom hla horse Saturday after- Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Prlester. of a letter from Dr. Luc

Mr... Vance Rues Been Atkin- Arthur Edwards and other rel- noon. Mr. and Mr! Owen Simmons M. Splvey president of Florid .I
son and Madge Bloss celebrated Ulves here. Miss Frances Tllghman has returned and Mr. and Mrs. Junior Simmons Southern College."A .
at the Miss Mary Mott has returnedo from a two week .vacation Jacksonville visited LUNCHEONETTE
their birthdays Sunday of good friend of Southern has A & A
home of Mrs. Russ. At noon a : her home here after visitingn In North Carolina and also friends here Sunday.Mrs. given us $3,000 to be loaned to

delicious dinner was served In Jacksonville for several weeks. toiled Cpl. and Mrs. Resale Col- Birt Hlnaon, Mrs. Turner, worthy and needy students," In Park Theatre Bldg. Starke, Florida,
the yard under the large oak Mrs. J. C. Keene and Mrs. on in Valdosta, Ga. a few days. Mrs. Odls Lowman, Mrs. Will Dr. Splvey's letter stated addlnj, I

Mae Denton and Mra. J. 1 F. "If we need more he will be glad

Myers were in Gainesville lut to add $2,000 to bring It up to

Friday. $5.000: mark." RID]!
s the IOR.SAFETY ,COMFORTAND.,ECONOMY
Hazel8tarr left laat "
i I Miss The local pastor says he uiierstands -
week for a visit to Heflin All from Dr. Spivey's letter -
FLORIDA MOTOR LINE BUSSESFOR
Mr. and Mrs. Audrey Turner : that qualified students may

I and daughter, Betty Joyce, of sorrow up to two-thirds of their COURTEOUS CORRECT INFORMATION
.Jacksonville, spent the week-en Financial needs and repay the
with Mrs. Ava Turner. after PLEASE PHONE 147
lore loan out of their earnings
Mrs. E. E. Harding of Jack hey: finish school.
lonvllle was the guest of Mind Full Information regarding the
Mrs. M. L. Watterson an<<1 loans may be received from the UNION BUS STATIONLACY

try family' last week.'SAMPSON. local pastor or by writing directly -
CONWAY Agent
Ile; to the college at Lakeland "
qr.r CITYBy Temple AYe Starke, Florid

Louise Varnes Change of AddressSoldiers' -=

Mr. and Mrs. Jack Goodie of dependents who ar -
Uarke were here Sunday visitng -
should not fall
>planning to move
Mr. and Mrs. Lem Brown
to report the change of addresi
who li. OFFICESU'PPLIES
l Pvt. Howard Brown
to the Office of Dependency;
tatloned at Camp Shelby, Mians ..
Benefits,. Newark New .Jersey.
home on.a .ten-day furlougl md the postmaster for the ad-
his Mr. and Mrs
tslttng parents
tress to which the checks have
x>m Brown. been> going also should be not)
Joe Williams of Jacksonville
led. This simple act means the<
vas visiting' W. J. Robersoi
difference between getting tbe< .
Sunday. heck promptly at the new ad r
Dock Warren Mrs.. Ray Goodge,

; and nephew little Ray Harper, veeks tress or of delay going, the through Public Relations long- We Stock Many Items Needed In Ordinar;

!}I ; were visiting relatives In Palatki office here pointed out.

w. iii Sunday. Business Routine Both Civilian And Mil
sLa F.. P. Jones and daughter, ,
... from Those[ Born Blind
'. xnilse' stopped en route Needs
lot Springs Ark., to their home< Eligible For AidThe tary. Let Us Supply Your

...;.';! In Fort Pierce, to visit here a fewdays
.::, with Mr. and Mrs. K. D Jaabe born blind as wells -
.
;::;t. Jone. and Mrs. S. E. Jones. all other needy blind childm Files
Account Books Box
..:Nt:, Sammy Warren of Starke was under the age of five were added
1 ':.,.:'}$, The A and visiting his father. Dock Warren to) the eligible assistance lists of Adding Machine Paper & Ribbons
Eagle'Has Cardboard
'W5.a i i' londay.: Florida by the last Legislature,, Desk Blotter Pads
\ G. W. McKinney, and a friend cording to announcement this Card Index Files
5 ':"''' Learned of' his who are I both stationed reek by L. A. Rennolds member Desk Calendars File Folders

to Fly at Deland In the Navy were vie of' the District Welfare Board. Gummed Kraft Tape

Ing the former's parents, Mr. andMrs. Mr. Rennolds atated that th Rubber Stamps Stamp Pads & Ink
Carl McKlnney, over the law relating to payment of aid '
Ink Eraser Mimeo Ink
Division
Impassable roads? Mountainous Our Refrigeration
reek-end. to 4 the blind has been amended toread Shaeffer'a Skript in Pints and Quarts
territory?An urgent need to move volunteered long ago to help J. P.' Parrish' returned home "provided however that such Legal Blanks Legal Pads 'I
after visiting a week with be to
paid
Sunday
sslstanc any
fighting men, supplies and even Uncle Sam build gliders. The bl. uncle and aunt Mr. and Mrs. blind child may who_ has either resided Loose-leaf Ledger Outfits '
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Jeeps by air? Our armed forces shops that once made equipmenthave B.: Parrish In Jacksonville.Mr. In the State of Florida for oneyear Carbon Paper Second Sheets
and Mrs. Gilbert Brown preceding the application for I Typewriter Paper'' and Ribbons
found the It is for ice and frozen foodofthethrillingnewdevelopments
answer one cream and little sons were visiting Mr.' uch aid; or was born within the Typewriter Oil and Cleaner

dealers the country over were and Mra J. E. Brown Sunday. late of Florida within one year I Onion Skin Paper Mimeograph Paper ,

receding the application, if the Post Binders Paper Punches
and old and
of the war-the use of gliders, revamped completely
PLEASANT HOPE other of such person resided In Duplicate Receipt Books

which are now being produced new workers trained for this important M.... W. A.' Tyler, Cop thla state for at least one year i I Ring Binders Salespads

in imposing numbers. enterprise. -Mr. and Mrs.. Vasco Grlf f U and of Immediately such person.preceding" the birth I Shipping- Stenographer's Notebooks Taps
Tagsferehandi e
unity spent Sunday with Mr. endMn. The wording of the statute relating I Rubber Labels
Type Outfits Postal
: .:Alfred law to aid for the blind because I I :
skilled metal workers and
Can .INCIDENTALLY trtioDivision Mrs. Minnie Bryant spent Sunday of the amendments Is the Aico-Grip Tabbing
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cabinet makers.turn quickly frommanufacturing our with her d a u g liter, Mrs. une as that for aid to dependent I Pay Envelopes Indelible Ink

ttxu rtttJ unity ye.rr.dest Joseph F; Lee., Mldren., so far as age of ellgbUity !- Steel Letter-Size "FileIts"Klasp ,
refrigeration, rttmlt './ experience g. ",l i,t Miss Evelyn Tyler spent theekend Is concerned. Envelopes Mlraeo Styli

equipment to making glider nutting million cj tout of ice to fro- with her-. sister Mr, "The District Board and the And Many Other Items

parts? Yes indeed! duct tbt worltft m.popmltr,. 6",.. Milton. Carter. and chlien tate Board are both Interested -
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Mrs. Jessie Harvey In L knowing of such children andalao
of Macclenny were recent of the possibility of the FlorIda -
Bud""eiser guests of her sister\ Mrs. Aaron Council for the Blind asslstig ALL KINDS OF COMMERCIAL

immer.Mra. them with remedial medical PRINTING

--w....-,.- Victory Cordel and cblldren care or other rehabilitative at-
of Jacksonville are visiting mtion" Mr. Rennolda concluded.
la addition to supplying the armed forces with glider pan.,gun turret puts and 1oodatu6'tIAnheuserBu.ch ber son-in-law and daughter, Mr.and Bradford County
produces material which go into the manufacture of:Rubber Aluminum well
be again.
Munitions Medicines B Complex' Vitamins Hospital Diets Baby Foods Bread and Mrs., Milton Griffla will soon
other Bakery products Vitamin-fortified cattle feed. Batteries Paper' Soap and cez. Mrs. Hester Beoane and daugh- Cain Warren and Miss Helen'aldan.
tiles-to came a few. ter. Janis spent Sunday with Mrs. daughter of Mr. and TelegraphPhone
Glady. Etbridge. I Mr.. Robert Waldon were mar-

A AB1W. N OIMS HI US I a. S U S C H S A I N T I O U I $ We are sorry to report that rled Saturday much Their many friends 29 Starke, Fla.IlRADFORD .
he wish them happiness
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___ ______ _______ ______ _______ BRADFORD COUNTY TKUEQHAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA rAGE AEVEN: '

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NOTIeI Of APPLICATION such certificate or certificates will SE'. of 8K.i Seo. 34 Twp. 5 S. R.
NOTICE FOR. TAX I>KKU be sold to the highest bidder at 23 1..., containing 40 Acres. more or: Change In MethodOf Take It Off, Girls-
IS HEUKUY GIVEN the court house door the first Is embraced
''ti That '. on less. under said Certl
: \V H. Edward. Jr. the holder Monday In month of "P Icat* No. n:. AllotmentsThe
(,t th. vertIileat 'b.:18"'It..mb.r Even If husband 1 la the
; following; ,* has 1W43. which Is the 6th., day your
The
filed said certificate. !! for a tax A. p>. 11I43. assessment of said propertyunder best soldier In the world youcan't
II'Cl
deed to b. '""""I. thereon. Thecertltitat. said certificate No. 39 was has
Dated
this 4th., of Army now a new
day
number. and year of \9.. 1943.OFi"iCIAL. AugustAe In the .name of W. P. Clyde; th. wear his shoulder patch or
: Issuance, the description of the assessment of said pr'p..rtylnd..r policy affecting: allowances madeto
( SEAL) A J. Thomas any article or garment which Is
: said certificate No. 561 anti lI1aw..r.
property, and the name. In which Clerk of Circuit i the of nIt sted
I Court of Bradford .. In the of Unknown the : dependents e
it WB.Ii assessed are a. follow: County. Florida. name ) of the same design as a distinctive -
19lex 8.& 4t 8-17 assessment of said under servicemen such allowances and.
Certificate No. 10.1 year of lesu. property article of the uniform.
Ilnee August 4th.:. 1041 Description said certificate No. 112 was I In the
I of IV riH
(TIT rorilT. ItHMlKOHUvrv allotments will begin to accrueat
.
name of T. H. Hambyi the
Property NW of SW of (' ; assess. .It shall be unlawful for
FLOIIIIdt any
I't (51t'4.t.l.ltY. ,
fec. '* Twp. C-S- u- 22 ,E., contalnt Wflte.I r j'rn"u r said the first of the month In

!! 10 Acre, more or 10... Name In Rally Matlalos. plaintiff vs. Char. the name No.of Unknown S*;4 Werein the which the application la filed It person says Army Regulation

10le which Certificate assessed No.Unknown 132 Year; of IssuKnee lee Matlatos Defendant. Case No. "*:'r llcr.:: said property under was announced by Lt. Col. JohnII. No. 600-40. who Is not an officer

August 4. 1941. Description of 2623.ORDER OP ProLICATlON7AND said name of Harsh. J.No.Oleason 126. was IThl In: the theassessment Bush Chief. Army Emergency or enlisted man In some branchof
Property Lot 63
,
I In Woodlawn
Sec. NOTICE TO APPEAR the Armed to
IS Twp. 5 $. K. 21 B., containing' STATE! OF FLORIDA to: Charles of said property under Relief. Headquarter 4th Service Forces wear any
said certificates No. >93> 611. 59O and
Lynn Chambers' Pout-Saving 10 Acre. more or Irss. Name In Mstlatos care of Karlbault Woolen Command. distinctive part of such uniform.
It In the of Unknown
were
Menus which Assessed Mr. H. a. Harvey; Mills, Farlbault Minnesota.. name ; uniform part of which
21 ; the assessment of said property or a any
Certificate No. 138 Year'of Iisu- You This is
are required tq appear on one month earlier than
ante, August 4th.. under sakl certificate No. SOS was la similar to a distinct part of
1941. Description September 6. 194.1, In t above.
In the name of J. M. Truby; the the existing tic It
of Lot Cour& .h peso e. was
31 In Wood named
Broiled Halibut fn"o Yir'.t and cause wherein assessment of said property under the duly prescribed uniform of
See. 5 S. K. S3 K.. plaintiff seeks divorce and restoration said certificates pointed out. Form e r 1 y, if a
No. BOO. 604.
Creamed Potatoes Containing B the United State Army Navy or
.
Acres I. \ I.GIld.
Ct more or of Maiden name, Hradford
Name In which assessed Mr. ill, 610, 144. 114. R27 631, I man entered the service In the
Garden-Fresh Beans E. U. County Telegraph shall publish thisOrder 633, 633 and 634 were In the name Marine Corp
Green Salad H ::Jlle.t. In next four weekly Issues.. of Unknown, ; the assessment of I middle of a month. the allowancedid
.;,,1'' No. 144 Year of Issuance Witness my hand. and official said
property under said certificate not
start until the
Whole Wheat Rolls August 4. 1941 Decrlptlon of seal at Starke }Florida this August -in. 154 was In the name of Matilda accruing
iiiI Property, Lot 64 In Woodlawn Sec. 4, 1943. first of the following month.
Nelson the> assessment of said ioewcn
: RIA
Raspberries and Cream property
1 Twp. 5 S. Ft. 22 E.. containing (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. ThomasAs
,
under said certificate Nn. 91 Under
this
10 A"ree. new policy. the full 6
less
Beverage more or Name In Clerk of said Court. In
was the name of Furs Water
which assessed Evallna Mae Ben- '2'. Frank Landrum. Starke. Florida, Co.; the assessment of said property month's amount will be enteredto r'5 IN /DAYS

jamln Certificate; No. 145 Year of b.uane. Atty. for Plf. 8-6 4t 817NOTHH under. said certificates No. S5. the family's credit and chargedto : a

Filling oi.. August 4th.. 1941 Descrip :: Of APIM.ICtTIO'V' 162 Unknown and 160; the were assessment In the name of said of the future pay of the soldier

S caps fresh cherries pitted In tion Woodlawn Property. Sec., Lot 20 Twp.19, to.5 29 a.;': 30 II. KWH TAX I>KKIINenete : property under. said certificate No. making the allotment. \rtah i OOO
.. Ills
m ( Hill > 1"1) was In the name of Mattie A.
22
i iI cape sugar E.Ncont.lnln'f' 40" Acre*, more or tO'.J.I'ti. IS HKltKHY OIVEN. Wooden: and the assessment of However If the enlisted man Symptom.
assessed K. W.
I I tablespoons flour :?il.am. Th Kdwards. Jr., holder of said property under said certificate wlahea
do
I' Tax CertIficates Numbered Mo. 282 wa In the name of Un to so, he may namea
teaspoon salt All of Ha.Id Property being In the respectively
Number 39 Issued the 6th., known. month one month later In :
County of Bradford. State of Flor-
t eggs, separated : Unless said Certificates. shall. he
Id... day of July A. D. 1925: Numbers which the deductions from his \ltiII//I/5PZW//
---
redeemed according to lawthe
5112 and 678 Issued the 7th. day ot
, .. .: > _________ Combine pitted cherries. 1 cup ficate Unless. shall such be certificate redeemed according or certi' August A. D. 1933 ; Number 123 Issued properties describes therein will be pay will be started. :

sugar flour salt and egg yolks to law the property described In the 4th day of July A. D. sold to the highest nldclnr, at theC'urt.hcuse Under '
the
19271 Numbers 682 and Issuedthe door on the first Monday same regulations,
Cook In such ; ,
double boiler until mixtureIs certificate or certificate will 684 In th Month
7th day of August A. D. 19.13 of September allotments and allowances,
be will
cold to the highest bidder at : o/
thickened. Pour into crumb 194.1. which Is the 6th., day w1'
pie Number 2J5 Issued the 2nd. of
the Court house door : day
on the first
September A. I). 1943. continue be
I .J Food cake with a Irulty loJundles shelL Beat egg whites until stiff.! !Monday In Month of September, September A. A>. 1930:\ : Number 93 Dated this 6th., day of AugustA to paid through the

I your summer dessert Gradually beat in remaining U 1943, which" Is the 6th.. day of Sep Issued the 4th., day of July A. D., D 1943.OFFICIAL. Office of Dependency Benefits,,
: cup tember A. I). 1943.Dated 1938; Number 96 Issued the 2nd..
8RAL A. Thomas Newark. N. J. for
( > J. full
Ebkm effectively but doesn't eat sugar. Spread meringue over pie. this 4th., day of August day of August. A*D. 1937: Number I Clerk Circuit I Court, DradforICounty ,1 a month
ration. Bake in A. I). 1943.Oo'FICIAL. 590 Issued the 7th.. diiy of AugustA. after a mans change of status
sugar a moderate oven ((330 degrees Florida. S4t 8-87 /
j,
JOur ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas D. 1933: Number MS Issued the bars him from
I] ) 12 to IS minutes until meringue Clerk of Circuit Court of Bradford 4th., day of July' A. t). 1938; Number receiving the al
Cooling Oflsssssiaw .Is browned. County Florida. 8-0 4t 827rmrrrr 2)5() Issued the 5th., day ot s:f ciHci'iT COI-IIT. nn\i>roHiif'OI lotment. In case of need or delayed
Vrv. FLORIDA IH fllANMerschel -
A. D. 19211 Numbers. 599.,
| August ; ('Hit 1. allotments. dependents are
sssssiaw sBWa B* Orange Ice Cream. 800, 604. 611 and Silt Issued the 7th., W. Plaintiff, I
Kngland vs
desserts for summer lend 1 pint scalded milk: 1'11I. rornr. nnntroiinCOI'NTY. day of August A. D. 1933; Number Louise M. England Defendant.Case asked! to write to the Command-

tartness to the meal FLOHIUll IN CH\\- 144 Issued the 2nd. day of September Nn. 2617.ORMKH Ing Officer of the nearest post,
I the right 2 tablespoons floor <-KHV.Wllllum. A. D. 1940; Number 214 Issued : OK PirnLICATlON
live your menus a nice seasonal 1 cop sugarteaspoou Joseph Llptok Jr. Plaintiff the 2nd.. day of July A. D. AND NOT1OK TO APPEAR camp or station or write d I Irectly I.

Ii IiI fruits and berries are vs. Josephine Llptok Defen 1934; Numbers 625 616. 627. lit STATE OF FLORIDA to: Louis to 321 Grant Building,
when H salt
I IiI Ie. dant. Case No. 2621. 632. 633 and 634 Issued the 7th.. day M. England whose residence U un
tlful. plan them to go into your eggs separated ORDER OP PUBLICATION of August A. D. 1933; Number 154 known. Atlanta. Ga.

I courses summer drinks, desinaekf. Grated rind of S AND NOTICE TO APPEAR. Tsu"d the 2nd., day of SeptemberA. You are required to appear on An enliated man promoted
orangesGrated STATE OF FLORIDA to: .Jo..e- D. 1940: Number 91 Issued the. September 6 1943 In t he abovenamed
i and rind .f K lemon" phlne Llptok, Marlln Pennsylvania.You 7th., day of August A. U. 1939:: Court and cauae wherein above the first three grades the

11II11 and berries bave a good Juice of 4 large orangesI are required to appear onS..pt.mb..r I Number 655 and 683 Issued the plaintiff seeks divorce and custodyof only ones now eligible for the
Iir 6 1943 In the abov. 7th day of August A. I>. 1933:, Number minor child. Bradford County
re.of ,vitamins. and minerals Quart light cream I named Court and cause wherein 160 Issued the 2nd. day of Telegraph shall publish this OrderIn Government assistance can con- the Ratlonlng Pro-

will help plaintiff seekS divorce. Bradford September. A. D. 1940; Number 158 next four weekly Issues. Under
I Make a custard of the !first four I. County Telegraph shall publish this Issued the 4th.. day nf July A.'D. Witness. my hand. and official tinue his allotment through the gram You are allowed 3

r jour spiritsebeli Ingredients as follows: Mix !flour, Order In next tour weekly Issue*. 1927; and Number 282 Issued them seal at Htarke, Florida this August month In which he Is promoted
Witness hand and official Per Year.
the) my day July A. D. 1934. has 5. 1943.OFFICIAL Pairs ef Shoes
sugar salt, and I eal at Stark. Florida this August ;j ..otln" mjr office and has ( SEAL) A. J Thomas It was stated
weather Ii, 1943. Let Us Make Your Old
um add milk gradually. made application for-Tax Deed to As Clerk of said Court.
I I (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas William D. Morgan JacksonvilleFlorida. ,
to .
its get you .. Cook ov.rhot As Clerk of said Court. he Issued thereon.Said Atty. for Plf. 5.6 41 817iv Ones Like New

11II. Acid fruiUas rch water for 10 4 T. Frank Landrum Starke. Florida. certificates respectively described em- This la a family war. h.70arWarBoadbalDclllrollCb.
brace the following prop-
I S..J
Atty. for Plf. 4t 8-27
lemons | J-; minutes stirringoccasionaliy.Take erties'In. the County .of Bradford. nnri'iT COITHT. KRADPOHUfOITNrV.

ipeCrult and or.nu 0 U State ot Flnrlda., I : FLOHIDAl IN fllAN- the savings THEELECTRIC
payroll plan ea a
of WVj, of 8RV. I ('KRY. t
alkalixe from fir. and MOTICR OP APPLICATION: R: KU of River Jo1':0.&lflA Twp.: 4 S. R. 23 Sarah K. Davis Tunlsnn Plaintiff family. plan. which means a,. SHOE SHOP

system and help you keep cool- pour over well- .__ _...... <-FOR.'...e TAX Hill No.KKI 183). K.. .containing Is embraced 120 under Acres. ,said more cer"s'iS'of orless. vs.fendant.William Case Carlton No. 2628 Tunlson De- ewe It out. yourself. Across Fro_ Park Theatre

while fruits and berries coming ORDER OF PUBLICATION
beaten egg yolks, NOTICE. 13 HEREBY GIVF.N No. 39.
season will give a delightful note and add grated lemon and orange that n. Y. Saxon. holder of T.x NIfof N" I.. or SV' of N% AND NOTICE TO APPEAR
Certificate STATE! OF FLORIDA to: William
Numbered respectively 5 A In SW Cor
2 less
jour menus. rind. Return to double boiler and Number 210 and 211 Issued the of Seo.Lots 36 Twp.1. 4 H. R. 22 R, containing Carlton Tunlson whose residence<

Cakes. pies and puddings come In cook until mixture coats the spoon. 7th.. day of August 1939; and Number 30 Acres more or less la embraced I* unknown.You .
allo Issued the 2nd.. day of are required to appear on
I their share of attention when Strain and cool. I then add orange September 1940 ham filed same In under 'said Certificate NO'1 September 6. 1143 In the above "CONSERVATIONIS I I

ere, are fruit and berries on hand. Juice, cream and beaten whites of my office and ha. made application 1162.Lots 44. 47. 48 In Woodlawn 8e. I: named plaintiff Court seeks and divorce cause and wherein restoration
for Tax Deed to be Ismied
ingel food cake looks' mighty eggs. Freeze. If desired serve thereon. 10 Twp. 5 8. R. 22 R, containing of Maiden name Bradford 9

IJ! served with fresh fruit or SaId I certificates respectively embrace 30 Acres more or l less. Is embraced County Telegraph shall publish this
I %
with candied peeL 673. P.
orange under said Certificate No. In .
the following; described Ordor next four weekly Issues.Witness A WAR WEAPONTHE ( *
The if removed properties Sec. 10 :
icing. Woodlawn )
eggs 311 l In
rrt Sliced Pears la Orange Juice. In the County of Bradford Lots 35. my hand and official ;
:m refrigerator several hours be- State of Florida. Twp. K S.* R. 22 K' containing 20 seal at Htitrke, Florida, this August -
(Serves 6 to 8)) < Acres' more or 1...... Is embraced
Elf/ of SEH of SW 4 Sec. SO Twp.
re usln,. will beat up more lightly 7 8. R. 22 !oJ.. containing 20 Acres, I under said Certificate No. 122. ( 'tclts'AJr..n.) A. J. Thoma CITIZEN'S HANDIOOH I I
give Increased fineness of grain t% cops fresh orange Juice more or less Is embraced under NBM of SWU, lit NWVt of SRVSec. A* Clerk of said Court.
5 8. R. 23 Fl.. containing Robert II. Duncan FOR WAR
5 12
tablespoons powdered sugar said certificate No. 210. Twp. Jacksonville
of to the cake
delicacy texture :
or less.. Is embraced Florida Atty. tor P11. 8-6 4t 887IN
W of of fly. 80 Acres, more ,, .
sliced thin
6 to S pears, ofr'7: 8f.'I; 2EF .
Angel Food Cake. Sec. 8. : containing under said Certificate No. -
I I Sweeten orange Juice with powdered 13 Acre, more or less Is nitri'iT rornr. nn"i>Fonn
I cop sifted cake floor embraced .under. said certificate. ,No. K82SRV' of SRM of NEW 80. 12 CorvTY. VLOItIDAI It: CMVN
chill well. Fifteen Tw'i-1
sugar and 'containing 1O
ZJ-'W.
IK' cops sifted granulated sugar 211. SR. (KltY. /
IK .. 13 minutes before serving, peel pears, SWU of FEV4 See. SO Twp. Jo:: Acres, more or l"ss. Is embraced Karol T. Dycsynskl Plaintiff vs. IIJ
whites
cops egg ((10 ) egg R. 12 E. containing 40 Acres, ; under said Certificate No. 684.tut Florea Leonte> Dycsynskl Defen /
whites) slice thin, and sweeten. Pour juice or less {. embraced under said certificate S\ of 8WV4 Beo. dant. Case No. 1141. ;
Vs.otR1I,4E .r'
,teaspoon salt over the pears and serve with No. 360. 12 iw':.. 5 .. containing ORDER OF PUBLICATION
cookies. The assessment of said property le Acres more or less, Is embracedunder AND NOTICE TO APPEAR ,
IK; teaspoons cream of tartar under said certificates No. 210 and said Certificate No. 225. STATUS OF FLORIDA to: Mrs .
,
teaspoon vanilla alt were In the name of C. P. Pearson 814 of SWV, of NVTV ft"". 12 Twp. Florea Leonte Dyosynskl. whose
and the assessment of said S S. R. 22 K, containing 20 Acres. residence Is Town of Bralla, County ,
l X teaspoon almond extract property under said certificate No. more or less. embraced. under of Hralla Country of Rumania.You eL', .t.

Sift flour once, measure add H 360 was In the name of Unknown. said Certificate. No. 93. are required. to appear on \ \
Unless said. Certificates shall be NIfot Lots 7. 8 In WoodlawnSec. September. 20, 1943 In the above 7 f
sugar and sift together fourtimes. redeemed according to law the 13 Twp. 5 S. R. 22 R, containing named Court and cause, wherein.

Beat egg whites and salt properties described therein will himold 10 Acres, more or less. Is. embraced plaintiff seeks. divorce. Bradford J
to the highest bidder at the Certificate No. ,
under said County Telegraph shall publish I thisOrder
with
wire
beater flat
rotary or Court-house door on the first Monday '6. In next four weekly :Issues ,

whiik. When foamy add cream of In the Month of September Lot 19 In Woodlawn Sec.. 13 Twp. Witness my hand and official War production faster when home life
1943. which Is the 6th., day of September goes
containing 10 Acres,
K.
tartar and continue beating until 5 8. R. 22 seal at 8tarke, Florida this Au.u.tU. '
1943.J.ted
A. D. more or less, I III embraced under 104.1.OFFICIAL: home and
4th. day of Au..uetA. runs smoothly so keep your your
this ,
tUl are stiff enough to hold in said Certificate No. 690. ( SEAL' ) A. J. Thomas,

puJu but not dry. Add remaining (OFFICIAL.. D. 1943. SEAL) A. J. BradfordCounty Thomas hIS Woodlawn' of I Lot Seo.S, 4 14* All Twp.Lots 6 8.B,R.S As Clerk Hardesty of said. Court.Walter DaviDnaR..a"h. possessions In aood'order and repair. Remember

wjar 2 tablespoons at a time beat- Clerk Florida. .
b| after each addition until sugar less Is embraced under said Cer- 8-20 4t '.i9 .
li tificate No. 95 its 'conveniences' are'war reaporu.If t
blended. Fold in flavoring- Then Iri Woodlawn S.". 14
44
Lots 43.
lilt In IVOTICK OP APPI.IC4TIOV: 20 NOTice a complete decorating j job Is out of the
containing
about V. of the flour and fold Twp. 6 8.' II. Sir-IB. Notice Is hereby given to whomIt

In lightly. used.Tun NOTIR1sTA..fEtfJi1; ., Aoras, more or .les*, I* ..mhrac.dund..r that on the 17th
Repeat until all is said Certificate No.' 205 may concern question now a little Lowe Brothers paint on /
holder ofthe day of September 194V: I will a*
F. M. Packham the
into an ungreased 10-Inch.an- that Lot 41 In Woodlawn S.". 14 Twp. Car'tnn.( Incompetent
following certificates has filed Guardian of Isaac surfaces that receive hard wear-around windows
Pi food cake pan.. Cut gently said certificates for a tax deed to 6 8. R. 22 R. containing 10 Acres, apply to K. K. Ferryman. j

tough batter with knife to remove numbers be Issued. and thereon.year of The Issuance certificate, the more Certificate or less Is No.embraced, 699. und..rlIald County Florida,.o"r..r'd': 'Bradford of sals County at private -: across the porch where the traffic Is

bubbles. Bake in a'slow (323-de- description of the property and the Lot 14 In Woodlawn 80.. 14 Acres Twp., sale, of the following described heavy or in the hallway-will protect your '

creel) oven. 1 hour or unlil; done. name In which Is was assessed areas S 8. R. 22 R. containing 10 under property of ward to wits
follows: more or less. Is embraced HKVi% of SE'of NWVi oi 80 16, home until complete painting job can .I (
Remove from oven and invert pan Certificate No. 9 Year of Issuance said Certificate No. 600. Twp. 6 M, R. 22 Hast.
1 bour. Cover with fruit or berry August 4, 1941 Description of Lot 42 In Woodlawn /8e.: 14 Twp. Blanch Edwards be done later. And remember, these Lowe I '

property, SEVi of 8EV4 Sec. 25 Twp. 5 8. R. 22 E.. containing 10 Acres, as Legal Guardian. .
Icing. 5 8 K. SO H.. containing; 40 Acres; more or less Is embraced under 8-10 4t '-10 Brothers products are tops in quality. J

The repertoire of cherry desserts more or less Name In which aid Certificate No. 604. _
II 4iLh assessed. M. W. Mann; Lot 4, 13 In Woodlawn Sec. 15 I* riHCt'lT COIRT RR"IJP'ORU Saves bocause '
ta extensive one for there are ; Certificate No. ll U. Year of Issuance Twp. 6 S. R. 22 E.. containing 20 (-orrr. FLOIUOAI IN' CIIAN- loweSrofAersHIGH money '

such things a* 1941. Descriptionof Acres, more or less I I. embracedunder fK.HV.Marcham. It coverssolidly '
: I Ii
fyu..to:1'
34 In Woodlawn.Sec. said Certificate No. 611. snoresquare
; cherry cobblers, Berries are coming In season and 14 Twp. 6 S R. 22 E., containIng .. 29. 40, 41, 42 In WoodlawnSect Waulce Brown C. Brown Defendant.Plaintiff.Case No.vs. STANDARD foot per
meals. Cherries Name In which 6 H. R. 22 E., containing -
I shortcake pancakes will give a Uft to your 10 Acres 15 Twp. gallon spreads
tj" Is embraced -
less.
H. Pearce or 2638.ORDER
assessed O. ; 40 Acres more
covered
I fritter, go Into this pie which Is Certificate No. 287. Year of Issuance under said Certificate No. OF PUBLICATION trd'and oven

"> roly poly and pie! with a meringue to save preciousfats. August 4. 1941. Descriptionof 111. STATE AND NOTICE OF FLORIDA TO APPEAR to: Waulc HOUSE PAINT I ly: wears lot
I of Blk 6, Lincoln I Sec. 18 Twp.
Lot Woodlawn
Property S4 In and
I, 1i'S' .. -1U. U yu make the City Sec. 82 Twp. I S R 22 6 Lot 8 R 23 K.. containing 10 Acres Brown whose.. residence I I. lIa..tt.Arkan.a. years years. p

Tli pie with this PP* JoJ. "Name In which assessed. Ella more or less Is embraced under You required to appear on

xjv3fcj i dar prepared cereal Sliced Oranges .la Orange Sherbet. Williams Certificate' ; No. 814. Year of Issuance said Certificate No Lot 144.45 In'Wood- September are 20, 1941 In the above I
44 & W'ILor ,
crust you. (Serves 8)) August 4. 1941 Description latvn Sec7 15 Twp. 6 8. R. 22 E.. named Court and cause, wherein
"u ft of NW(4( ofHEM .. less.Is plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford
or
save time of containing 15 Acr: more
requires no special 1st part W tlly.a Sec. 19 Twp. 7 8.B. said Certificate County' Telegraph shall publish -
Unique for making: S navel oranges 22 E., containing( 5 Acres moreor embraced under this Order In next four weekly is.sue" -

less, Name In which ..Ass4ssed.Foremost lt. 214. 8.". IS Lowe Brothers'PORCH
Cherry Meringue Me. ft cap sugar Lots 41. *< 'In Woodlawn Witness my hand and official
Dairies
; 39
containing
Clat: I cap water2nd Certificate No. SIS. Tear of 1.- Twp. SB. R. W E., embraced seal at Starke. Florida, this 18th
less I I.
.
| ea" even-popped rice cereal part .uance August 4. 1941 U Description' Acres under, said more certificate or No. 8211. day of August 1943. & DECK PAINT
of Property Lot 2 of W4 of NW 80. 16 Twp. OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas.As C !
Woodlawn
tablespoons sagarv 1 qwart waterS Sec. 31 Twp. 7 8. R. 11 E:. ""ntalnInli' Lot 61 In containing 10 Acrss Clerk of said Court.
R.. '"
Name In S R R. la Florida.
Acre more or less. B. K. Prryman. Btarks
sugar 10
Roll cup batter melted > cups rind. ef I orangesS which .**.*...d. Melissa Sims.! more or l less I I.14..embraced. (26. underaald Atty. for Pit. 8-20 4t 8-11 ,It'. tough I Stands eccepttottally'ltarclweal

cereal into fine,crumbs: com- Grated All of said prop.rty being In the Certificate U In Woodlawn S.". 16 ,. Equally. good on wood or ooment f
ut Juice Bradford State of Flor- Lots 17. AP"L'CATIOP TAX: : fIlED<
with caps orange County of -
butter and sugar, mixing S. R. 2* containing 20 'e4
Ida. Two H.._ Bill !... uses' a
''efl. Press mixture evenly and ,M cap lemon juice Cnlesa suVh certificate or certlflcates -. Acres more or. less Is embrac.dunder 627. NOTICE IS HEREBY lIVEN a .

truly Srd part shall be redeemed according said Certificate No. that C. M. McKinney the holder of
around sides and bottom of Sec. 17 Twp.I .
In Woodlawn
described 60 In filedsaid
Is to law the property Lot the following certificates has if i-
fl "n- Bake in a moderate oven I cup sugar such certificate or certificates will B R: 23 E., containing 10 Acre, certificates for a tax deed to

degreei for about minutes K cap water be sold tit the highest bidder at the more or Us* I.I embraced undersaid b* Issued thereon. The c.rtlfloat.numb.r. .
wol WnJtes ef S eggs court house door on the first Mon Certificate No. 631. and years of Issuance, the i
IT
before adding GlUD,. day In the month of Bepember 1941. Lots ". 61 In Woodlawn Sec. description of the property and the 1'uvBv.Meiy iMH&r1IMn
For the !first part peel oranges which Is the 6th.. day of $ept*rn- Twp. I S. R. 22 E.. oontalnlnajdrverJifKr. 20Acres. <1 name In which It wa assessed

knife remove allmernorsov. b*' A. D. 1943.: 'Ao73b2race are as follows MELLO-GLOSS
and with a sharp : 4th. day of AugustAOFICIAL PLAX
Dated this under 71. Tear of T*
.. _L____ .a"A. ft..._......... In"" Woodlawn Sec. Twp. Certificate No. %
.jw w --- Lot 43 in August. 4. 1941. Description .
wmLe suanc ... sIlssl
(
Lynn 8ayiPilot i skins. Boil sugar SEAL A. J.Bradford1County. Thomas; II 8. R. a2 E.. containing 10 Acr. of Property. Bg. at SB Cor tilE UNIVERSAL FINISH
sections between Clerk of circuit Court of more or I...... I. embraced under of NW14 of NWtt of WM fI..-. WALL PAINT
and water together let cool. then Florida. 1-S 4t 8-27 said Certificate No. 133. 4 and run N 66 degrees W 735 FOR ALL ENAMELING

Wisdom If you're part- over oranges and let stand In Lot 118 and S.'" of Lot 10 In Wood.liE,. ft to M.., line thence N 370 ft to Ita _ut1fW. long-last.

Inc with more 'red stamps a pour NoTJ4'B OP APPI.ICATIOM: ata.-'RS U Acr.wp. 'more S. R.or I...... NW Cot of NW'4 of 8WV4.. thence Easy to apply quick to tag eatlnylustre
month refrigerator.for FOR TAX DEI'JD' K' 600 ft. S 660 ft to beg ex 1 A on finish U 'A
than you should check up second part boll sugar and NOTI"E 11I! HEREBY fJIVF.N that Is .embraced uDder said. C.rtlflcat.Nto:3S N side ex 1-4 A In NE Cor. Heo.. dry. A tough beautyaloes oleaned $3.50
011 yourself. the holder of the following H. B. SI East containing that ully
Saxon 4 Twp. T finish resists
.Y.
Don't water for 9 minutes add grated orange B. certificates has flied said : In Woodlawn 80.' IT Twp. 8 Acres, more or I...... Name In with soap .....

buy meat and neglect rind. and Juices. Cool and certificates for a tax deed to be I S. R. M E-. containing 10 Acre undersaid which ........d. Mary C. Plllard. hard wear and abuse. I I ..... rnMUMBUY
other .
red stamp fooda. Space out round mold. Issued thereon. T h e certificatenumbers more or less Is smbracsd Certificate No. 73. Year "/Is
Freeze In the 1Il0. 154. .
the strain. and years of Issuance Certificate August' 4. 1941. Descriptionof
stamps Just as carefully as meringue for 3rd part by. description of the property an.i.the Lots *. 2. 3. 4' II. 6. WooMfaw'n suance Property Blk 40 In Sampson t
You l'n'
figure/ out the financial end of Make a names In which It was assessed ar. 14. a5. 45 46. 51' Cltv I A R of Blk 40 In B4 of
mlnutes '
things. boiling sugar and water for 5 a. follow.: fl.... It TwpVo 8.' R. la 1'? .contain-. NW-i of SW"4 Seo. 4 Twp. 7 H. B.
it forms a soft ball in Certificate No. US Tear of issu.ance iT InC 150 A tr... mor* I m- II E.. containing 1 Acres. more ores
Study point values and learn to until little Into August 4. 1541. DescrIption ofProperty braced under .&ld (Jrtlflc.t.' No. | ... Nam In which assessed. .
\jerrtand how the system. works, cold water. Incorporate a Lots 8. 7. 5. !r 10. II of Woodlawn Mary C. Plllard. ;. U. S. WAR BONDS AND STAMPS
of three eggs until Park NP34 of SEoI. IT 51. U. 60 In
9 HamptOn Lots In.
whites Rlk
!tead of the beaten & W3 01' M F... containing All of said property being
having the busy butch- 11 $W'4 of NWV Bee 10 Twp. i S. R.
ZSmites. 5.4' ofFIUn'lis's
for Stat
beat
er Continue to 7 K less. Is the County of Bradford i
explain It to time MWM of 8W. Sec. U-Twp. 40 Acr*. more' or mmmmmmm '
Ton buy. you every CooL Remove top from R li B. Nsme In which assessed embraced under said Certificate No. such certificate or certificate I .( :

Family likes and dislikes mold in which orange Ice is packed. Isahel Certificate Hochhelser.No. au Year ot 18- e5 Lot 6. 61 In Woodlawn **c. 10 Twp. shall b* redeemed accordingto J h\ f
are described In
out Serve in large August 4. 1t4f. DescriPtion aa: E..nt.lnlnll' 10 Acres.ITlore law the property Feed & Seed
of meringue. suaflee 5 8. R. Sistrunks
willh.
place in lur la 24of certificate or certificate :
wartime budget sliced oranges inm.rtnaue of ProPerty Lot.. U. u. 22. u. or I....... I. embraced under such at I
Serve low dish with Park NR'4 ofSBt old to the highest bidder
point glass .0 HamptOn No. 581.Jots *
Blk Certificate
mU lpetlZb*- of NW'4 AWI said M court house door on the firstMonday Store
b nestIIyou S.C. Sl & IIW% 34 In Woodl.wn the
COOked. 13. ,
U Twp." month of October U43.
of 3W34 Sec. 20Acr. In Jt
of NW14 R. la E.. containing
Buy F. Name In which Twp. 5 H. ... embraced which Is the 4th.. day of October,
meats and fats sensibly _lnIwo6l t. write 79. R. II ... more or I. ii Starke Florida
*" laG" e 150.24EV. 1243. ,
May
you need them. Buying too Mid Lynn Chambers. Western New.. "Al"of p'roS.r'tr: being In the under said ot sawNET' s..o. U Dated this 19th., day of August.OFFICIAL : j

lI1\11'h or Carelessly storing what to VniOllo 110 South DEP"Sijset. County of Bradford. Stat. of Flor. II S. R. U E.. containing 10 Uu I
Twp. A. J. Thomas
'011 have Is sabotage the home poper Cl IlL p leuai IIICIOUC1511.iddi.si.d certl Acre. more or less. I. embraced ( SEAL) Bradford ,
frIxIt. on cnso. reply.Sieleesed Id1rnlas such certificate or Certificate No. 1114.E Clerk of Circuit Court of
lllllope lor you? redeemed according under said Florida '-10 ft '.10 I
'Uni. ficates .h.U b. described In of sW'4 of SE% A S\a\! County I .
In' WeltT$iceww" to law the prop.rty )..

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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. 8TARKE. FLORIDA FRIDIY, Arorsi
""&30 RIGHT:

CIRflir Cor II I1. IlAIU'OliD
I.I.V
ANn NOTrTO APFBAKSTATK I Cot'N' r%, FLOIIIUtl.: -"HA1'II-'
C'armnlflPcatla
Sell AcreageUnder OF FJ.IUUA to: IKItl.Nathaniel.
residence ad-
whose
Serra Plaintiff
(Nat) Welnatock.
Mr. drawn In Clt Ueter Holla. Father. lde Welnntock, Defendant. ,
date of August 21, 15210 124th Street South Oiorn ve.. JiMna b No." 2653.
and Mrs. L. G. Powell sold four Park L. I.. New York: and, Post OKDEK Can OF PUBLICATION
'
Office Add r.. a a l Is ("> ( ,,srad NOTICE TO APPEAR
ANL/ ELECT
acres of land In the Hellbronn Laundry Cor. Marcy & Myrtle Ave.,. I STATE OF FLORIDA to! Edna LET'S
Brooklyn New York. Seld.'eln..tock.. ci; > Kolber, 616
Springs section to Delbert Green. You are required to appear on W. U4th St.:, Apartment 2, New
Part of the land is. already cleared September, 27th., 1943. In the above I York N. Y. t
named Court and cause, wherein I You are required to appear on
It is understood -
for farming:, and plaintiff neeki divorce Bradford September 27th.. 19f3. In tne abovebarred :,
that Mr. Green will builda County Telegraph hull publlah' \ thusOrder Court and vaunt. wherein .
,In net four weekly limues.Wltneim seeks divorce. Bradford
plaintiff
home on the property. my hand and official Telegraph ahall publish thin
JL.
County
enl at Klarke Florida, this August23rd Order In next four weekly leauea.I I :: A. RENNOLDS I
., ItIU.OFFICIAL. !I Wltnena my hand and official. veal. 1

L..... flllCflT rOt'HT. 1IIIAI>FOHOCOI'VI'Y ( SEAL) A.. J. Thomas '1' at Starke. Florida. thin August26th ,
of Bald Court.W. .
ClORY.Diirls ': FLOHIUAl I.M CIIAN- An. Clerk C. Hardesty Daytona Beach I ( 1841.OFFICIAL SEAL- ) A. J. Thomas, .... ,.' ,

Wilkins nickenbaker. Plain Fla. Atty. for Pli. 8-37 4t s-ti A* Clerk of Bald. Court. Beach., w. -- I s
W. C. Hardeety. Daytona
till vii. Josiah Klrkenbaker, I>efen
-17
8-27 4t
FU. Atty. for Pit.
dant. Case No. 2(62.OlU.liil .


Itlckenbaker STATE ANA>> :NOTICE OF,OF whose FLORIDA fL'BLICATIOW TO{ residence APPEAR to: Josiah Address I NOTIVN COUNTY August, FLORIDAI 25th, 1941.BRADFORD POLITICAL TO THE CITY COUNCIL

Rickenbaker.tto'ather'l I I NOTICE IH HEREBY GIVEN atpur..uant
I.. cia| W. S. ANNOUNCEMENTS
Cameron' Calhoun County, to Section 0 of Chapter
18296 Law of Florida. Act of
Mouth Carolina; and Who Post FOR COUNCILMAN
Office Aditresa Is, do W. S. Rlcken 1937, known a. the MURPHY ACT. I hereby announce myself as
baker (Father), R. F. D. 1, Kllo- the following; described land. In candidate for the position of Councilman
ree, Mouth Carolina. I Bradford County, Florida, will beI In the City of. Starke. subject
)' You: are required to appear on I offered for Bale at public outcry to the City Election to be held
September 27th., IIIf3, In the above for the highest and beat cash bid, Sepember 14, 943. 1 am a Stark.
named Court and cause, wherein ubject to the right of the Trustees man with the Interest of the people '.
plaintiff aeak divorce and Malden of the Internal ImprovementFund of the city of Starke at heart. If
name restored. Bradford County to reject any and all bide pieced I promise you buslneiHllke AN OPEN LETTERTO
TeTe.rn>ph shall publish this Order bid, at the Courthouse beginning1at service. Your vote and support : r .:"1 1J
II la neat four weekly Issue.. 10-00: o'clock. A. M. on the 25th respectfully solicited .- 'd
Wltn_. my hand and official day of September A. D. 1943. Ea...- J. iMAYOR.. SILCOX. '
'
.MI| at Htnrke, Florida thus Au- ment for road right of way 200 THE CITIZENS OF STARKE )\::p ,:
1 vat 20th. 1943.OFFICIAL. feet wide will be reiierved from I I :Vff..
SEAL) A. J. Thomas and parcel through which there l lan Ie FOR :
that I will "
wish to
existing State Road. I announce
A. Clerk of ald fourt. Lrf ta 1, t of. Rlork 11 Ward City be a candidate. for the office of : ; '
T. C, Hardesty, Daytona Reach > \1'?
riur. Atty. for Plf.; 8-27 4t stIIV Sea 8 Twp. 7 S, Rg 20/ H.niag Mayor of Starke In the City Election ." FROM H. A. BISHOP !:
September
to be held on Tuesday
Ix>t A W of Half Block 3
.nrl'IT <'OI appreciated.
PLOHI1| IN II1ANfK.HY. TWP 5 a Rar. 22 RTRltSTKKS support Will' be errratly\ MANAGUA. W'I ,\
HENRY A.
1' Samuel: .H. Serra, Plaintiff v. Car- FF1' "rf'rm.AtT H IMPROVEMKNT ESTATE I I I' I There are five candidates for the City Council: with two ,to ,

mela Hcalla Serra, Defendant. Casa OF FLORIDA.Ry FOR .MAYORI ,I ,
No. 2804CHtnKR. I A. J. Thomas, Ascent I. I. Fun* hereby announce my candtdmay/ :- ,If be elected. I am taking this opportunity to suggest a man'whomI
OF PUBLTCATIONCLASSIFIED: Trs,1f,,rd Conntv It I for the office of Mayor of the City
of Starke. subject to the will of ", would personally like to see elected to the Council. I would like
the people of Starke, a. expressed:
In the City election to b. held Sop- to ask my friends to vote for and support L. A. Rennolds for
. ADS ember 14. I am a native of Starke

and a to tax-payer.render th..l beat elected service Ipromise Council. He is well and favorably known in Starke, having lived

of which I am capable.
WANTED TWO .EXCELLENT building lot JAMES F. HOLLINGSWORTH. here for nearly 50 years. lie is a member of the District Welfare

l.1 tlng. on apartment., house 01 lor sale, corner Washington dWeller '
FOR MAYOR Board and is vice-Chairman of the Bradford County Defense .
home for rent, located within 2C' Sts., FHA a p proved hereby announce my. candidacy /
tulle of Starke area. Reasonable. Contact E. for the office of Mayor of Starke,
Council.
subject to the will of the voters
119 East Call Street L. Williams, 4318 Lemmon Ave.. In the City. Election of Tuesday, 5

W. T. CLUTE, Realtor Dallas, Texas. II vote Sept. and 14. support.I will appreciate your But the outstanding achievement that should qualify him in the,

CHAS. A. DARBY. 4
WANTED!: -Old phonograph rec- PERMANENT WAVE, 59c! Do eyes of all the people is what he did in behalf of an enlarged and
None with Permanent with 1 FOR MAYOR
30 Ife. own
ores, 'per your
paper. Phone 179 Pal' Muilc Charm-Hurl Kit. Complete I take candidacy this method for the of announcingmy office: :of' '", improved railroad depot in Starke. He, a man who spent 38

Co., Starke, Fla. tf equipment. Including 40 curlers wilt r of the of Starke voters,In subject the City to ffileo the years on the railroad, used his influence and circulated a petitionon
and shampoo. Easy to do, absolutely tlon of Tuesday, Sept. 14. If elected .

IF YOU WOULD BUY OR SELL, harmless. Praised by buslnesa-ltke, I promise to administration render an efficient of the, which he secured 183 signers. He got the backing of the City

milk cows, lock cows, beef cattle thousands Including Fay Mo affaire of the city. I will appreciate .
and result the Seaboard
and the Railroad Commission
.Council as a -
vote and active support. l'
your : .
In Kenxle, glamorous movie star 1 .
stock bulls or hogs, get : W. N (BILL,) CARNA ION. r nl-oM" *t '
touch with J. D. Odom Jr., Money refunded if not satisfied. Railroad will spend $30,000 for depot ,improvements in,,. ..' _

Box 247 Starke; Box 204 Lake Koch's Drug Store. This la to FOR announce MAYOR my candidacy ttu Starke within the next 30 or 60 days. This and this alone:-if he
..
City; Telephone 481 Lake City. for the Office of Mayor ot:
FOR RENT "Two furnished Starke In the election to be hole )
Auction market' every Tuesday September 14th. If elected I will had no other qualifications for the place-should overwhelmingly
and furnished
Lake City, 2:30: ; every Thurs rooms apartment. endeavor. to serve you In the) same ".,,.,
day. Palatka, 2PM. 1-6-44 Phone 94. tt courteous, efficient and broad- elect him to a seat on the City Council of Starke on September 14.
i minded manner that I did duringmy .
LOST-Brown leather pocketbook. former term of office during
FOR SALE-30 farming the period commencing October 194
'
fenced.acre With good 5-room Finder may keep money, but and terminating July 1942 at which .: (Signed) H. A. BISHOP. : fT Ti
land entered the United
please return ration books. latter date I
dwelling house, 1 tenant house, State Army. i/ .1
Florence Dees. Rt. 1, Box 200, .
barn 2 out buildings, 3 good Your aid will be greatly apprecl \.' "
Macclenny, Fla. Itp ated. '
packing shelters. Located on -N. D. WAINWRIGHT, JR. I

graded road 1 1-2 ml. east of FOR SALE B tube G.' E. table FOR MARSHALL :

Farmer. Market. Part cash, balance radio In first-class condition. Also' hereby announce for reelection i / ,I
Marshall of the City of Starke.It .i
terms. Owner L. J. Pre. aa .
electric phonograph which to -
has been my pleasure serve ,
vail, Rt. 2, Box 26, Starke. connects to this radio. Reason the City of Stark In this capacity (Paid Political Advertisement)
for a number of years, and I have
8-13 3tp able price. See Jack Halle atHalle's at all times made an effort to a'j
Tourist Camp or phone ; perform the duties of. this t office
.OOOO. FARM FOR RENT-Share In an honorable, honest and efficient
128 after 6 P. M. lip
crop. About 10 ml. west of manner. .
Your vote and support on September I
Starke near Long Bridge. 2 1-2- WANTED: o lor e d maid no 14th will be highly appreciated

acre tobacco allotment. Pos cooking, just cleaning. References by me.A.. U ALVAREZ

session .f house Jan. 1-Ida J., required.. Call at Camp Chief of Police.

Merritt. 8-13 4tp Blanding Military Supply Store, FOR COUNCIL

201 East Call St. It I hereby announce my candidacy
I WILL BUY your pear and haul for the City Council, subject to
.
them, regardless quantity. Give the City Election September 14. 1
t HELP!: WANTED, female-Splendid have been a chosen of Starke for IMPORTANTANNOUNCEMENT
full particulars-quantity, price, business opportunity for 49 and a tax-payer for 43
and location E. B. Sperry. ar.Seaboards for ears with
Line
woman of good personality, able then Air Atlantic
4316 Redwood Ave., 7 Jacksonville to meet public. Age 28 to 45. Coast Line and Florida East Coast r
I companies. I am at present
Fla. 8-20 2tp railway
Training free. Income starts a member of the District Welfare
Permanent. Box Board and vice-Chairman of
*?X>R KENT!: -Combined store and with training. the Bradford County Defense Coun-

4-room apartment with bath. 431-F Itp cil. I recently circulated a petition

See G. G.' Klrkpatrlck Mondayor LOST-pair glasses in case marked will soon with be the spent result to that Improve 130.000 the

'Tuesday at FHA housing Co." local Seaboard depot. I shall greatly
"East Texas Optical
If
,
and
appreciate your support
project, Starke, Fla. Itp Finder return 'to the Bradford elected to this office, shall render
for reward. the best service o( which t am
LOST-Small electric lamp, heir County Telegraph apable.
loom.,. Was left In the Van H. T ltp -u A. RENNOLDa.
.
Priest.dime store Saturday aft POLITICAL ANNOC1VCKMIWT' ,
furnishedhouse
WANT TO RENT; -
ix ernoon. Finder please return In Starke. I herehy announce subject my candidacyFor to the FeoM
or apartment the City Council
there for reward. Itp 14. I have PULPWOOD COMMITTEE e
City Election Sept.
Would also consider sharing been a cltlaen of Starke for eight Yo R ;
HOUSE TRAILER-Unusually attractive house. Lt.-Col. P. J. Latzer, rears. own my. own home and ...
228th Battalion, IRTC, Camp pact to be a permanent cltlsen. Ihave
18 ft., Venetian blinds. actions aa well
L. R. Bristol, 234 Roux St., Blanding. Itp sa words nt.itml. am vitally Interested -

Gainesville, Fla. Phone 246J. FOR RENT, Rooms and one entire community.In the well-being I was for of five the j' Committee fs starting a This It a chall.ng. to everyone of
8-27 a volunteer fireman and for THIS
2tp rears a (
trailer.-209 N. Christian St., 111 1 month Chief of the Fire De-

AUTOMOBILE WANTED 19J9or 1 blk. north' of Legion home. partment.office, I promise If elected to do to all thla In nigh my u, to cut morn pulpwood us in this community. w. must not lot


P. later.J. Latzer Will,pay 228th cash.Battalion Lt.-Col., Phone 113.' power helping the to people give further an them a the whole the best beet Including Interstaf Cityrovernment frees. Th. shortage is serious. e. and our boys down. 3 EXTRA days' work

IRTC Camp Blandlng. Fla It FOR RENT-2 double rooms 1 and the bent. streets
private; new home. 500 North to: bo had In keeping with our fl.nanc. pulpwood is urgently needed for are little to ask when our boys are
.... recent military
FOR Due to my
RENT Furnished Itp
cabin
Walnut Street.
ixnerlenc., I feel that I am quall-
two' rooms and bath, $26 per .. fled' to cooperate to the fullest ex.. everything from blood plasma conout there. giving their lives for their
farm with hit Armed Forces In our ,
month. See or write T. J. WANT TO BUY-small tent
appreciate your
I shall
Moore Hellbronn Springs, Fla. tractor with equipment. R: M. .nldst.."""""'. tainers to parachutes from shod country.
Itp Stone, Box 308, Starke, Fla. ltp -VAN H. GARDEN

-- - -- ---- 1 cases to airplane from
-- parts
M P-P- r gasmask
Enlist
today In this drive.,,Wear the

filters to explosives:, i

FRIENDLY I button that shows you care In this I[i


Our Government,)is asking every fight. This Is'one way this community L


: : FAIR-I PROGRESSIVE I I able-bodied woodcutter and can help win this war. I

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'
;' i farmer to pledge 3 extra workdays
Come
LET'S. ELECT to Committee headquarters i


I[ this year (at regular pay) or get in touch with any of these men. ;


b CHARLES DARBY ." i' to cut pulpwood ell. 2,5OOOOO And do it quickly. t


extra cords are needed quickly.

1u'--- "" This pulpwood I. '
4V shortage I a



OUR{ NEXT. MAYOR{ .rcsgc national war .mergency.VICTORY .



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ff' t :''STARKE'S INTERESTS ARE HIS INTERESTS. PULPWOOD YOUR LOCAL COMMITTEE +

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CAMPAIGN I H. A. Carlton Chairman
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r ,_ L D. Vining : '

". .. W. N. Edwards JrWHWMsVMMMe
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Palil Political Adv rtla n>ent Tyler Jones
Lester Kite .
Written and Paid For Djr Frlenda Hogan Smith J." K, Douglas
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Rev.,, G. C. Powell

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