Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: September 10, 1943
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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; 1 Recreation Trading Blandinsr Center and < FORD COUNTY TELEG Sweetest Home Strawberries of the

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Official County Publication. Established In 1877


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ra ec foriiCounty Fully Mobilized For Biggest Bond.Drive ,I


Sgt. Robert Dodd To Fly Bomber -Civic Organizations And_ Schools Will Coop- f

Vote Likely Reported MissingFriends Freezer Plant M Housing Units crate In Raising Big Quota;

Committees Named

i City Election of Starke of will Mrs regret William to Norris learn Possible Here, -' t wi fr For Whites Starke and Bradford County ,are completely mobilized.

that she has been notified by the for the biggest financing: job ever undertaken here-a

Adjutant General that her son, x drive to invest: 197422.00 in United States War Bonds

ext Tuesday been Staff Sgt. Robert T. Dodd, has Dyer Says Are Cancelled between now and September SO. ,

reported missing In action. .
It is a task that everyone ,acknowledge will require

I With a large/ field of candidates The Inform telegram you that stated the:commandIng "I regretto Do the people 0 f Bradford ; : The assignment of 200' family almost superhuman effort but no one yet has been heardto

choose from, voters are ex. general, European area, re County( want a "freezer locker Y'j. dwelling units, which the Federal sit back and say "It can't be done."

,4 to crowd,.the polls. In the ports your son,, Staff Sergeant plant"* located In Starke and will Public Housing'Authority recently Wheels: were set in motion last Friday afternoon when

1'1, Election 'next ,Tuesday Sept.Cand Roert'T"DOdd, missing In action they patronize it If established t announced would be built i In Karl Lehmann executive manager 'of the Florida'War Finance ,

I; cast one of the heaviest since Aug. 8. If further details here?, Starke for white civilian war Committee met an enthusiastic group of citizens

e ever recorded; In; 'the his- or other information of his statusare I That Is the question that County 0V workers In this area, has been here and organized the Bradford County War Finance

"rt of Starke. received you will be promptly Agent L. T Dyer wants answered cancelled, according to a letterto Committee.

Reflecting the growth. of this! notified." Immediately the Telegraph received yesterday W. M. Edwards was elected executive chairman, E. L.

"camp town""ln. the past from Charles L. of I ,
riving Levy, -
Sgt. Dodd volunteered for ser The War Production Board has -' Mlatthews vice chairman, andthe
a total of 1,077 elec- Atlanta Assistant Director I :
Regional -
ref years vice three years ago and at the released material for the construction I following division heads
i to vote In nextday's ,
J'I are qualified for Development, "and' all I
time reported missing was radio of over 700 freezer chosen
HighlightsOf :
election,. as compared work on the development of these
man 1st clans 0 n a Liberator plants, moat of which will be builtIn
III 706, who.. were qualified\ In bomber In an, ant -submarine the Southeast as the other units ,has ,been stopped". No Bond Drive 'Banking and Investment

BMO. : reason was given. Division: W B. Sewell, director -
squadron. Mrs. Norris ,believes parts of the country are fairly
T of the large field,.of COMMITTEE TO MEET ,
in spite that he was stationed\ somewhereIn well supplied with such plants al- "Plans and speciflcalons for
jndldates There ate no outltandg England. ready. the remaining 180 units for nrailfonl. County's War Finance Payroll Savings Division:

l Igaues and the little cam.mlng The allocation of this material 'Another Bradford County boy Negro occupancy, are being prepared Commute' will hold an II.: N. Fairbanks, director. '

that has been' done has has' made" ''the grade In the ; by Fetner and Drake, Associate Important meeting In the ourt./
) Division
Is for the of conservation Community : Jos.
oJ i far centered around person- Parade purpose All Architects. Jacksonville house this afternoon (Friday) '
and now the
Pulpwood weaN E.
of food. It will also savetime'ruhber'and Wilson director.Women' .
rather than platforms.Most at S o'clock.G7salrmase.
Itles silver wings of. a Flying Officer, the letter continues, "Messrs. Fet
gas If the plant. Division
Interest has been shown I ner and Drake are 'also the architects : Mrs. Myr-
Lt. Milo Sponholtz;, son of Mrs. W. M. Edwards
built In localities convenientto
o i the mayoralty race where five Is PlannedThere 'I are Catherine, SponHnta) of Jackson for' the 72 dormitory units urges all Division" directors, and tlce J. Carpenter, director
the In
dldates of vying, for the seat this people. Several people such ville, formerly, of Lawtey, received to be, erected at Camp Blandlng. oilier, Mho are willing to work Promotion Division;: N. Stern.berg .
county are patronizing:
oounced by incumbent I. ,A. : Plans .and director (
In Gainesville and his. commission; two-weeks ago specifications for bid during the Third War Loon "
plant arehl&h
ova, who is not a candidate I Army' will be available at the Drive be Each of the above will appoint
is nothing about the in the Ot It. One at the' < Forces Advanced purposes to pnt'.t this ,
re-election. In the :order Inhleh sub-directors for the '
or 2-Bnglne Pilot School at office of Messrs. Fetner and meeting. various departments
word "pulpwood" to start this. man said that he stored a beef
they will appear. on the Fort Sumner: Net" Mexico. He Drake on or about' September 7." All organisations planning toOOJH.'rate under ,his division ;;
romantic heart of a man to throb- : m his locker last October and .,
lot, they are; will pilot a bomber. Lt. Spon- Sites In southwest Starke had In the drive. are asked An .active.effort I Is,, being made ;
And when !
bing. yet, your Government that he is still eating on It
W. N. Carnaslon, owner and 'I ? ; already been selected by C,' B. to enlist the support of all local
State time holts was visiting:of r I e n d s in to send a representative to
he has to to get a piece
-r-your -your County-your go
of the Park Theatre organizations, 'and the Woman'
eager : local should Starke on. clay last week while Carrlgan, regional, land advisor this meeting.
dealers and He said that
pulpwood of It we
Chas A. Darby,' partner In your spending a'j ef furlough with from the Atlanta office of the Club, at its first meeting of the
U. S. Victory Pulpwood Campaign have one here where It would be
toy's store and 'retiring mem- committee-need in convenient and he believed his' mother In :Jacksonville. Before FHA and appraisal of their value SALKS: ENCOUKAGINO fall season, Wednesday made (i

of the City Council. your of help more would find It \ Joining the Air Corps he had been made by W; T. Clute, Heavy buying featured the plans to take a leading' part lathe
meeting a shortage 2,500,000 the people very
Jag F. Holllngsworthv Bradford realtor, and others. The sites drive..
cords of pulpwood, which Is sorely valuable. was employed at the Florida opening of the Third War Loan

County's supervisor of regIs needed for the of the Bank at Starkel: were to consist of 20 acres taken Drive here yesterday, morning.At The Bradford County' High
winning of this
ration and employe of. Canova's TWthe people county' from Edward Burns, Jos. K. Wilson 11 o'clock the Florida Bank School wa launched wholeheart ,

armacy: war; want this freezer locker plant 7 and Mr. Virginia Torreulla, at Starke announced that sales edly Into' the campaign at an

EL A. Manama, proprietor of Frank and open discussion in Well, the whole matter ,Is In the and the I !
Bond i wantedFor average price set up on for the first three hours had assembly meeting held yesterday,

|he Blandlng ,Center bowling al- two meetings of the local Committee hands of the County USDA War the property was 9283 per acre. totaled more than $8,000 c* li. and Wedy'd d

era. as to ways and means of Board and plans are being hand! ; The 20-acre site where the 180 -

N, D. Wainwright' Jr. Insur- helping relieve the shortage of ed through the county agent, I.. '
Mil. Peele negro units will be built is barely BUYS FIRST BOND chases totaling 115,000 in addition '
salesman and former this strategic war material has T.. Dyer., outside the limits to''
mayor.. city just northof Among the many loyal., ltlBfiiM active duty as volunteer
Council Line-up brought ,out the fact that the He Is asking the people of the ..., : Reno'on the west side of the of'the U. 8. residing In bond salesmen. Member. of the

Voters will choose from a' field main! thing needed Tight now Is county 'Do4 you want this plant Mrs Peele old Lawtey road.: Starke Is Isadora Lrcln, Junior Woman' :Club have been
Joe. ,t:) Lawtey proprietor
nlve; candidates for!,: the two labor. More timber could; be ua- located In Starke, and will:you ... of the Bradford asked to staff bootbsla.th..lob.
iij J" photo .
Store-keeper w$4 .hot..wlChklU.aAneD 'j <
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Ctrs l td'bV fntoed"bp'tbittcll. fcntf'more 1ruelfa for Hauling It?"' i MHJS ,
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patronize blew C Cpeak
of local theatres the
Ancll Thompson wounded Rich CommissionersMet Shop, Who stood at the door during
Those seeking election It; but the need of the hour, is Those who 'are interested In of the '
ard Bennett, Jr., and Ossle Bell of the bank yesterday morningthe : These and
,. workmen, laborers, should this MondayCol
: manpower this' plant ( answer
Wiggins, and "grazed" Ed Star first day of the Third War other efforts will contJnue'until
V. H, Garden recently receiving wood-cutters! question by seeing or writing Mr.: ,
ling with a bullet from her .32 Loun Drive, waiting to buy the every local organization Is sharing
medical discharge from the Sea- The Committee A. Carlton, Dyer within the next 'few days, calibre pistol In front of her store D. E. Knight met with first bond.: As soon an It in the gigantic task.

Ibets and now aa employe of the chairman; I..,T. Dyer, vicechairman as the ,proposition must be decided Saturday night, 'August 14, was the Board of County Commissioners opened, he purchased a 11I300 Last April when the quota was

{Bradford Hardware: Co. ; U D. Vinlng/ ; Rev. G. C. soon.'Congressman'. released from the ,County Jail Monday, requesting a short bond and said near the end only 9169,000.00, Camp

W. M. Edwards, ,former chair- Powell; J. K. Douglas and Lester Tuesday: $7,800 baiL graded road leading In an easterly of the campaign' he planned to was' full of sold 1 e r s' BlandinI'I I ,
direction from Road
13 abouta
Iman of the City Council and the Kite-at their meeting Tuesday PriceIs buy a 91,000 bond. Starke post office got credit for ,
As a result of the special hearing of mile north of the
[Board of County Commissioners afternoon In Mr Dyer's office, -' all of their purchases. This time t ;
conducted in the office of city limits This
Guest SpeakerAt was
request -
L'A. Rennolda., retired railroad decided that the thing of prime approved CITY HELPS OAINThe' our quota Is $197,42200. and at t
Circuit A. Z. Adkins and nice..ary
Judge on the road
employe and long-time 'resident importance at this time was Club present the military
Rotary City Starke In addition personnel at
Monday, August 18, under the work
of, was promised as soon as
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plenty of publicity.. Consequently, to paying off debt and Blandlng' is at a low.mark; Consequently -
direction of E.
State T. Is
Attorney the grading machine available. I
J. L. Silcox.; former manager on September 21 a motorcade will Congressman Emory H. Priceof paving streets Is finding another It 'Is up to the civilian
Duncan and Assistant State At-
lot Mrs Miriam Stubbs, of, the
the e.Coca-Cola4Bottling Lake City to attend the WarDepartment's Jacksonville, representative of population Bradford
goto I safe place for Its surplus I County to
Joe Hill Williams, Judge District Welfare Board with
torney met
I Co., and now employed at Camp "Salute to Wood"a the Second Congressional District,I .cah" '-War Bonds t During raise practically the entire
Adklns, upon ;further Investigation the Board and discussed:the budget .
I Blandlng. military caravan which is was guest speaker at the Rotary the second! war loan drive) amount
released Mrs. Peele from the
W. E. Torode, 'Jr., manager iof travelling' 4,200 miles and making Club Wednesday and gave an Interesting 'released for ensuing year. The the City purchased '%0,000 In :To do so will require t b e
custody.: was Board decided to meet Thursday,
|the Torode Chevrolet Co. 38 stops In 10 southern statesin discussion' of some of series F bomb at s cost ''of wholehearted effort,of every man t
writ of habeas corpus petitionedfor Sept. 30, at 2 P. M., to wind up
Two Unopposed an endeavor to show ,the peopleof the many problems with whichCongress 14,800.. woman and child la Bradford
by herattorneys,' Zach: Douglas fiscal .
A., L. Alvarez, chief of the j.the southern pulpwoodproducIng I Is faced ,during this per. the year's. budget.Motion County, and: we're just pUmlstfa.nou&b
At Its
'oOof( OalnssyUUr. and Hal, Y.Malnea meeting Tuesday night
police. department, and : necessityof of ,, 'and'of the even was made and carried .
Carl states the absolute: iod war 'of Lake Butler,, .the City Council voted to buy to believe that, they will
|Johns, city clerk;, are unopposedAboeqtee producing pulpwood In great greater problems that It will face that Sanford Hicks be employedas rise to the occasion ,

Voting Ends abundance In order to win the In the readjustment period that la his orders-signed; Sept. 6, operator of the road graderat 13,000 more In series F bonds,
Today (Friday) Is the.last day will come when the peace Is fin- Judge Adklns said:"The Court, $130 per month for six months, which will cost 8,880, CityClerk ,

I for absentee voting. war.Then signed. having heard the testimony In and If he makes good he will be Carl Johns said yeater.day. Alexander Sells'
at an early date, with ally .
I The polls next will said cause and argument of Coun- considered for' a raise
Tuesday that
open cooperation of Mr. Price stated frankly
the permission and
8 cil for' the State and petitioner, ,
Ml A. M. and close at 6 P. M. what the solu-
Principal Foster Shi Smith of he did not know

Bradford High School the Com tion to many of these problems Is and of being the advised opinion in that the the premises proofIs Lumber Scarcity : Funeral Wednesday Stock Of Goods
I Up
Library FundThe mittee plans to stage,, a "Pulp- would be and Invited suggestionsfrom not evident,. and the presumption Delays ProgressOn For Carlyle PeekNeal
wood Parade" In Starke, which his constituents concerningpost I
City Council which has great that the ,petitioner,
In high plans. He stated that FHA Houses Lh B. Alexander of Waldo
by war who>>
been will be participated ,
is of murder
appropriating $10 per month Edna Peele. guilty Carlyle Peek, 62, died aftera "
I to the Library the past, raised school teachers and students. he was "thoroughly sold" on the i In the first degree; therefore she While the 20 FHA houses which brief illness Tuesday morning' ,. has run a successful clothing1business
farmers and Idea of United States' participation here since
the amount to $25 at Its Tuesday pulpwood producers, : is entitled to ball. It Is therefore are being erected In the city In' Chicago, ni., where he had September'
other citizens of Bradford County. In some sort of plan to keep I 1939: this week announced thesale
Inljat meeting ordered, adjudl'ed'and decreed limits of Starke by Plerson & lived for the past 33 years. Mr
This parade will be for the onepurpose Germany, Italy and Japan' fromrearmln& of.ibis stock-'Alexander &
by the Court that upon Gainesville Peek was born In Starke and wasa I '
of acquainting the people after the war and plunging Co.-to 1.. Robinson of New York I
Edna Peele, petitioner, I'lvinS'bond seem to the casual observerto son of the late Cot. and Mrs.
At The ot the County with; the necessityof the world Into another great "" City. JMI' 4
the I
Library, as. required by laW' in be C. Peek
progressing nicely,
pulpwood to win the war conflict 20 years from nowrThe progressis Alexander, who was born
more of $T. OO,-to be approved by
the not wholly satisfactory to O. O. He was graduated from the
touched on In Georgia and
MOSCOW speaker to
Axle.At. Hampton
the )j'
DATELINE-19411943 against the Clerk of this Court conditionfor
Klrkpatrlck. He ,was complaining Bradford County High School in
that will In 1901 also''has '
economical problems a store in
by Henry C.., Cassidy ,the Instance of the,Cove",- her at the nextspecial '
: appearance Tuesday of the difficulty of the year. 1897 and later att.ndedWUhln&'ton
Industries begin
the arise when war Waldo where he makes his home.
maa for whom Stalin stated ment, the Pulpwood .CommitteeIs or regular term of this material and Lee
obtaining building especially University.
back to peacetime pro- At one time he owned the
his to turn' largesttract
vl.ws. on the second trying to get as many farmers, Court: to abide the 'ord.r'&I1d decree lumber. When he went to Chicago he en-
and millions of men are of land In Bradford
front. Cassidy, head .of the woodcutters and others as possible duction of this Court,.,that she then tered the Armour Institute of County,
released from the armed services Citing specific examples, he under private ownership, and also.
Associated Press Bureau In three extra daysat released from the
to give be custody by
Arts, from which institution he
Moscow and return borne to find named one sawmill owner who bad built the Shell bulk station plant
possessed the confi the regular 'pay) for cutting I Sheriff of the County".
( received the of R. A. Mr.
dence of the Kremlin,. as shown and thus relieve the their Jobs held women, who I formerly operated 13 mills and here In 1929 'at a cost of 13.000.:

by the fact that .Stalin had pulpwood shortage.Those ,who are might be to return to ls now running only four, and of Peek made Chicago his home with Mr, Robinson Is j moving' t. h egoods

elected to labor time to housekeeping ,after experiencing .Aug. Bond Quota another who had operated four the exception of three years spentIn to one ,of his stores In
him of their
speak through ,
to give
to the American willing asked to the good salaries paid by war In Short and now runs only one. However, Atlanta where he taught lathe RIchmond Vs. Mr. Ale xanderwill .
peopleand the war are. Falls
the whole world. The' story; help in touch with J. J{". Douglasat dustries. He stated he bad in- .I be hoped to'complete all the Georgia School of Technol be In Starke for! the next ,

!began! In the, spring of 1941, get Brooker: M. M., Matchett at troduced a bill in Congress to Bradford County; which, has houses) on schedule time. ogyMr., two weeks, for the purpose of.co1II.ctln& -

With Russia on Lester Kite at Starke. help these returning' service men enjoyed an enviable reputation The three houses on West Madison Peek's first marriage was accounts.
unknowingly Hampton; until could belonging to Frank Ferrara to Miss Ruth Matthew., who at
the brink of It reached I Agent L. T. In a financial way they with regard to meeting' Its bond
war. I or write County and Vincent Ferrara of Frank's one time taught in the Starkehigh
a find > employment.'HTJlIlIY
climax again 100 or with Red Cross
with the, turning' of at Starke. quota percent more Visitors
Dyer Fine Food which school. She died In 1921 In
we have helped ua more than we> can since were delayeda
tide at only one or two exceptions,
Stalingrad. Those desiring to cut their own It,Is only fair that few day, are now under' way. Atlanta Ga. In 1926 be married
covers It all. well as hauled by ever repay, so the beginning, has again' slipped! Miss Mary K. Hunt, assistant
hilS own Intimate, as pulpwood may, get It I we should help them' to.get back One quota for'August of $39,000 There was a flaw la the title, and Miss Ilva Wilson of Tsylorvllle, Field Director Station Hospital

la up-to-the- writing or phoning L D. Vlnln& feet when, they return," the Ferraris were away on vacation. 111,, and Is survived by hie widow
on their ) it sold Camp Blending and
t.mlnute view, 0 f, Russia's of the Container I. .issue (or cash value, only Mrs. Lena Y,
government, her' d representative Don't forget Congressman Price stated. > $26,112.80 worth of War bonds, I When they returned, everything i and one .on, Wilson Carlyle Grimes, hospital field supervisor
a n
her war. people Corporation, at Starke.Friday the The speaker was Introduced to or a shortage .of $72387.90. I was fixed up, and work was Peek, of Chicago.The for Northeastern Florida, visited:

Other new books. at the-Llbra. the "Big Parade"days to cutting his audience by E. L.: Matthews, Stamps In the amount of $3,204 I begun os) their house I funeral was held Wednef- the Bradford C o u sty Chapter

ry are, LIGHTS AROUND 24th! Give sometime three during 1943! who had charge of the program. were told; but'UIeY-'40 not. count day evening at eight o'clock :In Tuesday and enjoyed a profitable

THE: SHORE by Jerome WeldI pulpwood for the day. until.they have. been transferred : Legion To Meet a funeral home In Chicago, and discussion of work between the.

?**' AM THINKING OF :MY Into bonds. .Does that mean that on Thursday the,body, was takento chapters and the assistant, field

DARLING by ,Vincent Mc- At The TabernacleThe Cemetery Working: local citizens are "saving up" for The Jones-Langford-Waite Post Taylorvtlle 111., for Interment. director's office.

Ifugb JOURNEY' FOR MARO'RET Tabernacle meeting Friday[ the -"big'push". to raise .$197,420 of the American Legion will hold Surviving sisters and brother

by w. U White MUR-- 8 P. M, will be The semi-annual working' 'at la the Third War Loan Drive this Its regular meeting Tuesday, Sept. living' in Florida are; Mrs. F. II.LoDI' New RotariansTwo
; 10
DltR WITH ORANGE BLO3- night, Sept.of R. J. Qome.. The Ely Chapel Cemetery will be month? Let us hope so! 14, at 8 o'clock P. U.Tes !. Mrs. E. K. Perryman. J.

S01S by Ruth. EVI In charge/ servIce, 11 A IL, held Friday.. Sept. 17. AU persons It's City Election day, L. Peek, all of Starke; Mrs. J. new members were welcomed
Darby; morning
Sunday Interested In keeping the and the votes will be counted and H: Ritch'of Jacksonville, and into the .
DENCE OF THINGS SEEN by charge of Pvt. Pope Lawtey BaptistRev. Rotary Club at
Elizabeth DalyDRAIN GUT Sooth be Keystone Air Field. grounds clean are cordially in- the, returns announced that Mrs.. C. F. Sayles of Miami. : the meeting Wednesday They tt
by Benjamui evening. service, vited to be present with tools O. E. Cutshaw, former I l'I1t". commented the "Post Adjutant f were F, F. Stump, postmaster;
TIP'S TRAP by Manx; Brand: and r*. M the, will Sunday be conducted by Sgt. for clearing' grounds' and are ask- pastor, will conduct services at H A. Carlton, "but the Recent Birth and Dr.' H. H. Adams who recently

I'LTING TIGERS Russell 8 of the KeystoneSkid. ed to bring baskets well filled, the Lawtey Baptist Church Sunday meeting will be adjourned before came here to be associated '

Wbelan 1 ; GOD IS by HY ..Co- Feide. also Tuesday Pvt. Booth with retre.hmenta-o" P. Hale, at 11 o'clock A. M. All are the tabulation is completed and Mr., and Mrs. Ralph Gainey, with his uncle, .Dr, M.;B. Ilea

PILOT Next Lake Butler. cordially Invited to attend. we would like a full attendance. Starke September 7, girl. long.
by Robt,:,1: Scott, Jr.' will again have charge.

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and la his new assignment Anderson of Rising
ency by cutting only their undesirable treesto OUR SERVICEtMEN Is sergeant major on the C Clemona were In visiting 111'1

The Bradford County Telegraph improve their growing stand. l>evu Hrndroril and the clerks of
Established 1877MBMBBR "If timberland owners would weed their ..._ ..ar.... sad .rl..... are mrmni t* company Miss
r.o.rr.*. fcy fcrlnsrlB ls ..*.... sad letter the various units in this organization Pent Dorothy Nornlaaa4o!
forests of worked-out turpe n tin e trees, .M lee bey. 'war from. home. BerTlrVqiiMt work under his supervision. home with Ihree \\'etk
also re write to thelelrsrrvph. ,
PREssAS5OClAnON'YUl'IV.EDfl'QRIAL.ASsoc1JJJOH' crooked poor-quality, and slow-g r o w i n g 'area au reportlasT *.e.t* and activities' :Mrs. T. N Nnrmarn4! !Kr,

trees just as the farmer weeds his field of ,1.1*f7 later***. For some time the 31st (Dixie) Starke Saturday, to neune
has been on'.maneuvers. Job there.
... Division
plants the present pulpwood :-
C. lm Matthew.r------:- 2>Utor and] Owner injurious COMPLETES 1'KEFIJGHTTRAINING 1943 and was sent to Pensacola near Shreveport, La.' However, Miss Joyce Conner
i -- shortage could "be over.come'declares. .Mr for boot training. Before' enter- It has just completed. trainingthere Starke was the dinner It

SUBSCRIPTION KATK: Stier, "and the increased growth in the.im- Aviation Cadet Joseph Gaylord Ing the Navy he was employedwith and Is now at Camp Plckett, ,Mrs. T. N. Norman au

Yearly 1.78j' Fix Month HI.OO proved stand would assure a bountiful Hoffman son of Mr. and Mrs. the Poat Engineer at CampBlandinI' a small one-division camp In Vir Mr. Nancy Keen Sundsf.
Louis Hoffman of Starke, is now ginia. from Macclenny retu
Fec- of timber for future needa".. Wednelda
pabtMned Weekly on Friaajr. and Kntenxl supply engaged In the last phase of his Cecil spent a furlough at home In a recent letter Sgt, Ander- spending several days then,

od: Cla*. Matter at the Fort OftW at Stark "1fa Mr. Stier suggests that the timber own- training before actually getting about two months ago and ,enJoyed ,eon wrote that he' was glad to relatives.

______n -....---- .. .. .. ----- er may achieve a four-fold purpose by cut behind the "'controls of an army visiting ,with the many get out 'of the Woods' at last so Mr, and Mrl Raleigh
plane. He is stationed at the pre- friends he has made during his be could "quit wearing a steel : of Starlte spent SUnday
Pulpwood has Gone To War ting his own timber today first, help to flight 'school"for pilots,. San An- 19 years of residence In Bradford hat, digging fox: holes and' slit and Mr's. R. D. Reddish II'1tII

of changing overcome the present shortage of vital pulp- tonlo (Texas) Aviation Cadet Center County. trenches, wearing ,.sidearms andhavlnl" hctl n. III
War has a peculiar way the nation's largest pool for to to bed at dark because Mr. and Mrs.
our ideasof wood; .second, improve his stand''so as to go i J, S. Sapp
our way of thinking, as well as air crew trainees WILL, MAINTAIN PLANES of the blackout, worryingwith daughter, Selma, attended
values. Only a few years ago the owner increase future growth and yield; third, -' :--- Pfc. William H. Andrew hus- ticks, etc." During pne quarterly meeting of thl P.

which has been worked for turpentine take advantage of present 'high prices for STUDIES KNGINKEIUNG band of Myrtle Andrews, Route 2. week however, his outfit was tlve Baptist Church at New

of a tree it awayto his timber; and fourth supply himself! and Starke, has completed trainingand camped near a creek and he could Saturday and Sunday,
would gladly have given been from the enjoy. the luxury df "a bath In Mr. and Mrs. HP
has graduated Eds'
get rid of it. Today that tree has a his helpers' with good wages for the' work' ,. Army'Air Forces Technical Training plenty of water every ,day". and children of Jack8on',,

value. And, IT'' CAN HELP they do. 'The Container Corporation is goIng W Command school at Chanute His new address! is: T. Sgt. A.I the week-end here with relal

real money That single tree will to do its utmost in this emergency a t Field, :111., where he received In. W. Anderson, Jr.-20419S01. Hq. Mr.. and Mrs. p S, Sapp
a business
WIN TilE containers for drive, he declares, and they need the help structlon In the special 'purpose Sp. Trs., 31st Inf. Div., APO 31; Wednesday trip ? Gains.
make over 350 weather-proof 1', motor vehicle course, and In'vari Camp.Plckett, Va. I[, of last week
in saving of every timber owper who can cut his own r Rev. H. I.. Chapin of
blood plasma for' use ous technical operations vital to Be
shipping lives of our wounded' soldiers ; or 113 pulpwood., But he cautions landowners the malnt n a"n c e of fighting GUM BRANCH was'visiting this section T. N, Norma

the solid fiber containers for the famous K- against clear-cutting and depletion of the planetf. ,By Mrs. T. N. ,Normans Sunday afternoo,

Field ration for our men on the battlefield.Or timber stand. It is good business tOo'' prac- FINISHES RADIO SCHOOL; Miss Agnes Sapp of Jacksonville This .s a family l nr

that tree can supply enough tice conservation even in an emergency. lie James Julius Pickren of Hamp- spent Sunday here with her nrjrourWsrBondboylnmJ \
again, 7500 rounds for invites landowners to write the Timber De- ton recently graduated from the brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and 't payroll gavlngi pu j
powder to make family plan,which nej
smokeless Aviation Radio School at the Mrs. F. S. Sapp.
HAS GONETO partment of the Container Corporation for are It Gut
an Army rifle. PULPWOOD. Naval Air Station, Jacksonville. Mrs. Leon Conner and daughter ourielf.
WAR I information regarding what, to cut and not He enlisted in the Navy -on J 1 -

were to cut specifications, prices and other de- 21, 1943 and was .sent to n.1
of pulpwood
If this world's supply tails. ryP bildge, Md. for indoctrlnal

exhausted today the war would have to ing. He la now a qualified ,.

Because of the manpower anon. radioman and will probably h
60 days.
cease of pulpwood in the The Man 'VIo's.Known As "Dad"He see service with a Naval Aviation
shortage, the production unit.R.ININO.
United States has fallen more than 25 per- may wear last year's straw hat, his

cent below our vital needs for Army, Navy, fingernails may need manicuring, his vest 'IN INDIA

essential civilian needs. hang loose and his pants bag a1 Cpl. Merrill M. (Shorty) Johns,
and may
Lend-Lease, may Cadet Hugh B. Ingram, son of son of Mrs. Lettie Parker of
This represents a serious shortage at a the knees; his face may, show signs of a Mrs. Carrie Ingram of Starke, Starke, writes home that the M'F Y

critical time. That is why the War Pro- second day's growth, and his dinner bucket was recently j selected by Uncle weather Is plenty hot in India! and /
"PULPWOOD Sam for', engineering technician that it,has rained every day,since
duction Board has launched a may be full of dents and doughnuts ; but
training: and: ,la now taking the he has been there. He wants to
VICTORY CAMPAIGN" to show how vital don't ,call him the "old man.' He's your basic course at the Illinois Institute hear from some of'hla friends,

pulpwood is to the 'successful prosecutionof of Technology in Chicago. and his address lat:, Cpl. Merrill
and timber father.For This is'part:,of the,new A. S. T. M. Johns-34201031, 20th' General
and to has been rustling
urge he
years years P. (Army: Specialized Training I Hospital, APO 689, care of Postmaster -
owners to cut their timber' now, when" it Is around to get things together. Never Program) and, although no definite New York, N.. y

needed as never' before. once has: he failed to do the right thing:by announcement has yet been -
made, the cadets expect to receive ASSIGNED TO MINE SWEEPER
A. H. Stier, Manager of Timber Opera- you. He thinks that you are the greatest degree and commissions when William E. (Bill) Plummer,

tions for the Container Corporation of boy on earth bar none, even though you they graduate., Storekeeper 2nd Class, has fin

America at Fernandina declares that his plaster you hair back, wear smart clothes Hugh writes home that he has ally gone to sea after being a

Company will support this increased produc- smoke cigarettes and fail to bring home, a been issued no many' technical "dry land" sailor at stations In Ever think about Running a Factory?
books-:-physics, chemistry, trig Illinois and Iowa since be Joinedthe
,tion effort 100 percent. In spite of the cent. He is the man who'won the love onometry, .etc.-that he fears he Navy more than a year ago.

man-power shortage, Mr. Stier believes that, and life partnership of the greatest womanon won't be able to keep track of He was sent from Ottumwa. Iowato IP,you've ever run a farm or'dairy or store, there are I lot

In the territory where the Container Cor- earth-your mdther. He is "some" man them.. The course of study Is Intensive Winslow, Wash.,'where he was of thing about running a factory that you'd find prettyfamiliar. '
since the cadets cover assigned to a new mine. sweeper.He Things,like working any and all hours, training
poration operates, farmers with small wood- and not the "old man. If, you win as gooda about twice as much as regular writes that he was 'fortunate green help, planning; for months ahead without letting the

wife as he did, you will have to go 'some, college stud e n t. In. the same enough. to run into his brother' planning interfere with the job of the) moment.
In-valuable boy.-"Deser Dust," Charlotte, N.. C. amount, of.,.,tune..- Ray, when he first arrived in I Theie are the responsibilities of management, And the
The cadets'have' the same statusas Washington state. Ray la'a Chief peculiarAmerican ability t..Meet. .and ,lick these problem
i officer candidates and the unit Petty Officer and is already with means a lot today, both on' the food-producing and weapon-
in Lake City Saturday. Hugh &oei to school with operateson the Fleet. Bill says that his producing fronti.
4: :UNCLE Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Kelsay the cadet system much the brother was ."looking like,a new Ability ,to manage tin't picked up overnight For good
were business visitors in Falatka same as the regular O. C. S. penny and rarln to go at are management is a skill just .. much as good workmalllhip--

Tuesday. His address Ia: Cadet Hugh B. most of the men';. Bill's ,new learned the hard way.
JOE'S Pvt. Frank Kelsay was visitinghis Ingram 3668th S. U. A. S.. T. P., address is: William E. Plummer-, It won't be forgotten overnight:either. For it li these mmwho
parents Saturday Illinois Institute of Technology, SK2-C. USS Sage, care of Fleet on farm and in factory, have actually produced tin
J-A-W ''Mr. and Mrs. R. 1.. Payne and 3401 So. Wentworth Ave., Chicago Postmaster, San,FraacUco, Calif. things from which our high living standard it derived,who
family were visiting friends here HI., A5. can and will, by working together give every American I
Sunday. I GETS ANOTHER STRIPES. more abundant life In the peacetime years to come. Central l

Sj By J. L HAIUIKIXI L. V."Williams and Ollie Williams DOBBS 1ST CLASS SEAMAN Sgt. A. W. Anderson, Jr., tltctric Company Schtntttady, N. Y.
Cecil H. Dobbs, son of Mr. and son of Mr and Mrs. A. W Anderson
were visiting in Starke Sat Hur tit Gn,r.t ,. _"Suq
Elttirie /; frtnvmt.' 'TJ, Nap a} G
Mrs. Arlie Dobbs of has of Starke, has received
Hitler's a howling, yellow-belly, president! I urday. Lawtey another 10>.-. SW?. NBC-'TfH.WtrU r..",, area, r.ay'Hu"
jobo-wolf. The THIRD WAR LOAN Don't forget Sunday School just been advanced to the rank'of stripe and is now a Technical 1:4J/... SW7'. CBS
fat Class Seaman, and la stationed Sergeant with }Headquarters
Mussolini's a boot-licking mule- DRIVE started yesterday-Sep Sunday morning at the Baptist
kissing has-been. tember 9. Church and.also Christian ,Unionat with the Flight Brigade, Special Troops, Slat Infantry BUTVAR BONDS
War 'Bond 9th Bn., at'Witting Field, Milton: Division. His promotion came
weevil-eaten I'm doubling
: Tojo's sawed-off, my the Christian Church.RISING ''
1. long-toothed skunk. payroll savings, starting now, as Fla. _v following a reorganization,of the GENERAL ||ELECTRIC
Like the screw-worms they are, I simply cannot bear the thought He,enlistee}. In the Navy May: S, Division's Headquarters Company

they need exterminating and the of being one of Hitler's slaves or By Mrs, Eddie .Norman, I ,
old gent with the whiskers is the one of Hoover's soup-liners.

;, man to do it, If he has the where- Now, Just one more thing: Eddie Norman and son,Herbert, Have Coca-Cola = Hail Hail the All
a Herej
Jf wlth-all to do it with. If we win this war we'll con- Mr,,and Mrs. Thurman Jones and Ganges
a, BUT MORE WAR BONDSI! tinue to have a'free country andI Mrs.' J. IS. Norman and granddaughter !.
k' If we win this War there's no can cuss Hitler Mussolini, Too Jo Ann, were visiting.II i
!-. better investment than War. Savings and the REPUBLICAN PARTY relatives In Jacksonville Sunday. S
Bonds. Just as much and often as I please. Woodrow Tomllnson and Reed :C:

". If we lose It, GOD ,HELP US, Let's keep It that way. and Mead Lewis were, ''In Gainesville -
f. for well be In almost aa bad a BUY AN EXTRA WAR ,BOND on business Monday.Mrs. .
fix as when Herbert Hoover was THIS MONTH I Eddie Norman returned r

i n: Sunday 'to Lake Wales,'where she ;. :se

J.j SAMPSON CITY: were visiting Mr. and Mrs. R. J. has been visiting her son-in-law '1 : ,. ,, !b\v\\ .
Goodge and little Ray Harper one and daughter, after spending Saturday .
Louise Verne.r
'i. By -I
night last week. here with her husband. Ed- li

Mr and Mr.. 'W. H. Smith Mr Louise Varnes and little die Norman. Mr, and Mrs. Laugh- "i

|' spent Sunday In I Jacksonville daughter, Frances, spent a few ton ,Crawford took her back to '., .
: where they were called because day last week with her uncle Lake 'Wales and returned to c 3:: /4 ,Ijfi '

t; of the serious Illness of their lit. and aunt. Ma and Mrs. A., I* Starke Monday, S" -
t tie grandson, Billy. We are glad Goodge 'of Starke. I. Services; will be, held at,Corinth: r l.r .
': to know that, the baby Is somewhat Mrs. Loasle' Daugherty 'and Church Sunday morning, 11o'clock

.:' improved. children of Lakeland arrived Sunday with the Rev. Chapin in ((((1

't Mr. v d Mrs. Lem Brown were \. to spend a week with her charge. Everybody' is cordially,
n Sunday visitors of Mrs. Brown's parents Mr.' and Mrs. J..L. Wynn; invited It
\ brother-in-law and sister, Mr, and Mrs. Velle Harper and baby APPLICATION FOR TAX OEGU : ,

J: :Mrs. Willis Dyat of Starke. eon of Providence arrived Satur- NOTICE!<....IS Bill HEREBY No. !M'a CJIVEN t ..

l' Hogan Smith, Jr., reported to day to spend a week with Mr. that C. ,M. McKlnn.y the rToldr of -
: Camp Blandlng Monday for Induction and Mrs. B. Wynn. th. following certificate bas tiled
aid certificate for tax deed to
I< '" a
Into the Army.
bo issued thereon. The certificate
f" ''Mrs. Pearl Thomas of Johns- TFIERESSA number and year of Inpuance the
description of the property, the '
: town and daughter Mra. Pansy By MUe Ida Ilagan name In which It wa. ae..ed
: Sapp, of Jacksonville, were here are aa followa: _
Certificate No. 7T. Tear of Iuance. *-
1 Sunday via Itlng Mr. *. Thomas' Mr. and'Mrs.. B. C. Oualey. August 4. 1(41. Deeerlp -
parents ,,Mr, and :Mrs.., Charlie* visited relatives here this. week. dory of Property, Bear at 8E Cor
of of WH Bee.
f' of NWVi" NWVi Ii
McKlnney. "Mrs. E. S. Sibley was called to 4 and run N Srn decree w '738 _
NW Cor of 'N % of 8W14. thence w
children of Ocala were visiting this week. R' 8110 ft, S 180 ft to bK ex t.A on i ftti natural for popular names

:1 Mrs. Newman' parents Mr. Sea. 1-c Earl Geiger from Cocoa N 4 Twp Plde ..*7:. 8 ex. R.K-4 81 A East In NEJ uontalnlna Cor. Seo. acquire friendly! abbreviation*.Th ,
and Mrs. L. J. Kite, one day last Beach wa. visiting his mother. e Acre*. more or' lea.. Nam In J\\ ailed "Coke
7 week. Mrs. J, P. Dickerson and family which anaeeavil.No.Mary 73 'i.Plllard.Certificate of .Is..uanee. .. .. ,' #.- -' -irrssjsfjf'mrntfBjjff why youjwa*Coca-Cola
Mlas Ethel Parrish spent ''thi: recently": Augural 4, 1941 Description ? \ ..

?, .week-end with relatives In Starke. Miss Mabel Green of Hamptonwas" of City Property* 1 Ac/ Blk of Bite 40 ,40 In.-Sampon In Eli of I or haw to welcome a WAVE on h
Mrs. Charlie ,McKinney went :' visiting Mimes Lillie Mae NWH of SWW M.... 4 Twp 7 8. B, furloughW

Sunday evening to spend a few and"Eva Mae Trlest last Wednesday St tea*E.. containing Name In t which Acres a.more......or". -
with her Mrs Mary C. Pillard. pal home furlough
days daughter your comes on what do you for
Eunice Wilson, of Starke. Cpl. 'James' Tried of Tampa All of said property bins In say welcome? Why oca\\
and relatives the County of Bradford. Slate of let Coca-Cola speak for ? There's /
friends not
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Wynn. Mr. was visiting Florida.. you DO chummier way io say tbegan ',
and Mrs. Tom Graves and Rev. here last week-end. 'Unless such certificate or .."tltIcat. -
C. C. Butler attended the dinner Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Triest and .law. '..han the be property redeemed described aeoordingto In all bin than to drink a friendly "CoLe" together At home, ia camp and

';,, Liven Sunday at the home of Mr. family visited in Starke last Sat-. such certificate. or certificates will overseas Coca-Cola 'funds for tin pout that. ,.AM-.bringj
and Mrs David Kelly of Pine urday night. be sold. to the hl.het bidder at refreshment
.Level. Sea. 2-o Herbert Clover ettle Monday the court In house month door of October on the, 141.first: to Americans helps them make new friends.

Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Harper and and wife and daughter were visit. which la the 4th' day of October ,*
daughter, Billy Ann, of Boomtownand Ing her mother Mrs. Loper last 1943: =the obal
Dated thi* 19th.. day of August ,OtTICO UNOie AUTHOIITT OP THI COCA-COIA g
Mrs. Harper's slater Mrs.: W. week-end.; i94t.owFICIAi.. COAPAMT IT
Waosley and little daughter and Mr. and Mrs. Pete Roberts and ( 8BAL) A. ;Z. Thomas :STARKE COCArCOLA BOTTLING high-sigtt
Clerk of Circuit Court of Bradford COMPANY
Miss Wilma Beard of Georgia. family were visiting his parents : County Florida.10 4t 1.10 .
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the date-Tburaday, September on such courage,' self-sacrifice, devotion. But' 'I-, '!' ,
WELL them to.the'limit I u : ,
can show'" you're<< .
For on that day, you' must,answer you "% t
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your country' call. You can say.it with Bonds EXTRA",. ...--r't II t
On that day;t'th' J 3rd War Loan Drive open*;' month. \ ''
To youand to every other true American World's Safest Investments ":: ('
clarion call goes forth to rally to the support of Ior this 3rd War Loan,'you will be offered your ;i' "

s 'V 'w our flag. choice of various government securities. Choose ,. Ii''''
You will be asked! to back our fighting forces<< the one that fits your requirements. '
to the very limit of your resources. You will be.United States War Savings Bonds Series"n"J,, '
1 asked to go ALL-OUT FOR INVASION by investing in gives you"back $4 for every $3 when the bond '. ". J, Wti.
EXTRA War Bonds-more War Bond thanyouperhaps matures. Interest 2.9% a year, compounded ':\ ,,:,.. $
.r think'you can possibly afford. semiannually, if held to maturity. Denominations t
To meet the national quota, every individual ; $25$50,$100,$500,$1,000. Redemption '
in the country who earns'a wage or draw an Anytime.60 daya after issue'date. Prices 75% ,
income or has accumulated funds must invest,if of maturity value.
he possibly can, in at least one EXTRA$100 War
Bond of 1964-19691, readily
invest more-thou- 2H% Treasury
Bond. Those who can,must .
bank collateral. I
marketable, acceptable as
Bach and
of dollars' worth more. every
interest for thepurpose
and accrued
at par
one must do his full part. of satisfying Federal estate taxes. Dated "
dh ;
-. < WaR < Scrap up'the money'from every source you September 15, 1943 due December 15, 1969. I 1 t
.. all the loose cash carry with
can turn in Denominations $500, $1,000, '$5,000, $10,000,
..dig out what you had tucked away"just I
you. and accrued '
$100,000 and$1,000,000. Prices t par
'. in case.KGoiTttl0ut E ". necessities this September. And give our fight interest. ,
SLOAN ing men the thhgs, .they need to fight with-and Other securities:: Series "C" Savings Notes
\ win. %%Certificates of Indebtedness 2% Treasury
.. These men are throwing everything they havo Bonds of 19511953; United State Saving. ,
::a 'h into? this fierce }invasion push. They,are giving! Bond series! NP"| United States Savings Bond

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at this time: break the safe in his cleaning '
I SOCIETY and CLUBS Rev. G. C. Powell was present! establishment, so the Telegraphwrote' ONLY CHARtf OFFERS GUARANTIED

and talked on the- subject of buying that he wasn't leaving the'
war bonds to help oh Brad- money In the safe any more, but
It home at night zc; CORSET SATISFACTION
ford County's quota of $197,422.The was taking N
W S C S Circles
Woman's Club Supper Party circle was attended by 13 So what happens the other night,

Met Wednesday On BirthdayIdell Met Monday persons' and during the social but someone enters the house, OR YOUR MONEY
; period Mrs. Pearce, assisted by goes right Into the room where BACK!
Plan Bond DriveThe Landrum, twelve year old >lrs. L. W Koch and daughter, her daughter Wanda, and ,11 las the Smiths are sleeping., takes the

daughter of )lr. and Mrs.) T. Mrs. Paul Hudgrlns, were hostesses Kate Struth served refreshments money out of Junlus' panta"hau&- This unconditional) cnarantf'fl'
Woman's Club of Starke Frank Landrum, was given a to Circle One of the of tea sandwiches, and cookies. Ing on a chair, and exits the proven SUCCCM of Chug fttullt it L."'"
held the first meeting of the birthday supper party by her parents Woman' Society of Christian Ser- This time I Junlus isn't tellin' n Ug -- Conet..,. <*,

i Fall season on Wednesday after- Sunday afternoon at their vice of the Methodist Church Wives where he keeps his money! I Thausode of st.diea of a..taallifllnt) .
noon, In the club building.The cottage on.. Crystal Lake. Wednesday afternoon, a t their Army ; Signs of the Times Kate Into doeigning e.cb Charieoundat o.!,.4.
te'b' water bome'on' N. Walnut St. A tasteful LuncheonMrs. nice of fish, a r ScfentifiFigsudy< Chart assure
members were for tuna > Swimming and other Enjoy Struth with a mesa ci.e accurate model selection.
'1 having as guest speaker Chap- sports were' enjoyed and the arrangement of zinnias addedto searching up and down Call St. lain George McCahan of AAFSAT, young hostess received many love- the charm of the large livingroom Milton Snider, Mrs. Miles for some, grits to go with 'em vet ieatly to your Dome. Trained:

who Is stationed at the Alachuaand ly gifts' from her friends, after where the guests were Stump, and Mn.'Ellzabeth Futch Mrs. F.. H. (Cornelia) Long ? serve,.G WToan front that time 0" eol.py
leated. formed the volunteer' committee how she's In a terrible Only CSarii can make rti.hidfejpwailm. .
figuring as kI\aJotd'
Air' Field Chaplain was
Keystone which tempting supper
a -
...... ,
and served the For
devotional which prepared full
The service was baaed fix 'cause she broke her cIerail,
served. .
Introduced .. '
McCahan was by .. ht mUnu telow.;
Ann on the book of Ruth and the Army Wives' luncheon at the old canopener and can't find a .." -.
J. L. Thorn, chairman of pro- The guests Included: Betty Joan Carpenter Introduction was given by Mrs. USO across from the post officeon new one in town! Creaturesof '
gram. In bis address he spoke Flynn,,,Janet Joan. Dlnklns Vivian and A. Wood. A Meditation on Ruth Thursday, September 2. The Habit Item: Mrs. F. F, (Eva) rr CH4RJfMISS

Marian McRae, Martha; France was. given by Mrs F. H.' Long; luncheons are a feature of eachThursday's Stump, frequently answers the
and.J nle Landrum. "The Bread of Life for Service program at the USO- phone at home with a cheery

Men" waa reviewed by Mrs. L. P. YWCA. 'Stump's' Itorel"! -. '
Smith; and last on the program, After the luncheon, those pres. 'i PATSY
flesh and blood News of the organization of AAFSATand EDMONDSON
Mrs. Wood talked on "Methodist ent participated In a discussion
Adam Greens are thrilled
The .
what It meant, he also explained -
Missions In the Belgian Congo.'" led by Miss Sara Reed, director of
'from the flWROW/ that civilians should not I over a long distance conversation BOX 222, STARKE FLORIDA
be disturbed when planes flew Mrs. T. A. Hunt, circle chairman special problems n adjustment tother day with their son, Robert,
wives In
low over their homes, as the filer conducted the business session which confront,army a who was wounded in the Pacific
Is practicing low flying to help and after routine business congested war activity c and Is now In O'Reilly General
such as Starke. The speakers exprelSed' .
II. bad'beentransacted a social- half Hospital, Ward B-i. Springfield
when In bombing raids ,, themselves V
hour ,was. enoyedy<< ,, The hostess: as dlaapprov Mo. -. Seems he will have to
The :, Mr. H?C. Ritch, "any undue of affec fr
REPORT I TO I president served Iced tea; sandwiches and lug display do a little more recuperating be- .
presided over the business session, candy to 13 guests. tlon'or intimacy!: by Army couplesn fore returning home Wel-
despite the fact
and after routine business had Circle Number Two public places come addition to the congenial
that, because shortage of ade-
been transacted, the club votedto Mrs.Bertha Pearce was hostessto young married couples in town: '
THE NATIONTone quate living apace,, an Army Dr. and :Mrs. Herlong Adams, who GUjrtBtmaa! Ij
buy a $200 war bond to helpIn Circle No. Two at her homeon couple Is obliged! to regard the upjitttg
one of'the Herlong ,
are occupying
W. Madison St. The meeting .
the county's quota of $197,422.: USO lounges as their "home away .... Hear .
N. Walnut ,
cottages on
'wlth :Mrs.E.
was opened prayer by "
from home. It was'agreed that
The audience was favored by
K. Perryman, circle chairman; only a beginning;'.had oeen 'made Easley Shuford, talented Lawtey FOR OVERSE3\S.GIFTS
three lovely instrumental numbers Mad- ; :
pianist, leaves soon to enter
In Tuei. NightAt followed by a prayer! for our ser at this session, and;'it ,was suggested -
Mrs. L. A. Canova. leon College, Harrisonburg, Va.
played by vice men, which was offered by '
that the"discussion be con- '
9:3O P. M. Refreshing Iced tea and sandwiches Mrs. W. O. Halle and the devo- tinued at following; )luncheon with. Shell major music in home the side ec,, SHOULD BE' DANE NOW!
tional conducted Mrs. I. P. a little on
were served by the following waa by meetings. ,
; itself item! i :
History repeats
Station WMBR hostesses: Mrs. M. F. Shepherd., Mlas Ethel',Me Curry,, directorof : '
A Col Peek is now occupying .
The taken from Jacksonville USO'club .-. ,'*i"' .
was the Beach
Brown, :Mrs W. B. Sewell, Mrs.C program the .Carroll home o n Kingsley
The World'Outlook and the first was a guest, A 11 Army NO WRITTEN REQUESTS:F OM. 'SERVICE .
Mrs O. L. Lake, part of the property origin-
H Nasworthy, ,
number, "I Do Believe In MIealons" wives are cordially Invited to''': attend '*
tfaesnra *' esIrMR1 Haynes, Mrs. J. T. Guy, Mrs. O. -was reviewed by Mrs. J, the next luncheon on Thursday ally settled ,by Starke's Margaret late Carroll'sgrandfather Col. MEN.ARE, NEEDED GIFTS ARE,MAILED
U ,Beasley and Miss Arline W. White; a story entitled ,, Sept.. 16," Pleas alga up
Peek ., Hear Dot Epperson is 'BETWEEN SEPT.' S'AND pCT. 15
Mann. ,.. .. .., "Wheat Seed Given to the RusIlans" : with- Mrs. Anderson at the. USO ,. "
told Miss Olive : the new clerk! at the! Health Unity ,.... ..-' '. .t ', .' 'r. ,4'
: was.. club;; across from .the post office '. '
Ray; and '"Generalissimo Chiang' befote 6 P,\Jl-Oxr: Tuesday. ;" .' .'
asks'for.More Missionaries" was '
DRY CLEANING &'TAILORINGQuick reviewed by Mrs. W. B. Middle- Sandra Gloria Hazen Well, !no long for now ,' i / WE ARE'NOW SHOWING
ton.' Gotta see.a man about buying a

Service High Quality 'Work I Mrs.. Ferryman presided over Staff Sergeant and Mrs. Wm. Bond NEW::CHRISTMAS CARDS

i the .business. session, at which Dan Hazen announce the birth of -Carolyn.DO

: time collections were taken for a daughter Sandra Gloria, on cSr.., r.r.rs-.rrr rrJ.rrrrrs St AND SUGGEST. 'THAT'YOU, BUY. AND HAVE
parsonage work state dues and Sept. l'at the Tlf'County Hos- :
supplies for war sufferers.The pital Tifton, Ga.",. Mrs. Haze'nwill ,. \ L
t circle was Invited to hold the October be remembered here as the ,
) lUre and Mrs. E. O. Edwards, Proprietors meeting at the home of former Miss Geraldine Sllcox., ? '

PHONE 135 315 TEMPLE AVE. Mrs. E. L. 1:Matthews. .''i' *' i' When you fight roachen you We suggest a nice ,box of toilet map a

,,I F As Mrs: Titus Olson and Mrs.Walter Ladies Auxiliary try to kill get the rid few at them that you.U, can notlust splendid ,gift, for the boys overseas. This

STARKE, FLORIDA Lott, two valued membersof I hit with pray or dust or that item is very scarce and hard to obtain in
Circle Two,' are HI In distant The Ladles' Auxiliary of the walk Into a powder by accident, the camps overseas. It is easily mailed and
3 hospitals it was decided to send Presbyterian Church will have its
K3DROACH passes all requirements of the postal auth
each of them a "round robin" regular monthly business meeting V
{ Cheer card, containing the signatures Tuesday, Sept. 14,'at .4 P. M., in KILLER orities.'

I 1- rn.1 of all circle me m bers the Church Anne! ; DIFFERENT ALSO RECOMMENDED:

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t Roaches eat It became "tHejr Money Belts Bill Folds; Razor Blades, Shaw
like It. They dry up and dl.
Put K-3-D In little piles or' In ing Material, Yardley Shaving Bowl and
bottle cap and plnoe-lt Ih out- Several Other Good Brands.
"r- htht place where It can be

Carolyn, Callstreet loft a. :bait.to man Bare and to u"pet". Nonpoisonous .. .. ..

I5c and Z5o pkltM.

SUNDAY MONDAY TUESDAY The Third War Loan is underGo Some place, I think called Ton- atSistrunk A SHIPMENT OFHOLLINGSWORTH

way, awanda. Feed arid
buy a bond and make itpay Then Clifford Hazen, .and Wall, FINE CANDIES
SEPT. 12.13 -14 -** A. E.- -Seed'Co., .
Perhaps to buy the very shell Two guys I'd surely like to see; ..

-- That'll b 1 low Her .r Hitler And Ralph E. Rhodes In a STARKE, FLORIDA Koch Store
.. Drug
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fighter plane
straight to "":'"
Mfg. by Mcl'hall Products
JH.AXISS/( Yes, buy a bond and when 'you And Robert Green, who felt the Orlando Fin.

do It pain

'. Viand HELD IT FOR, LOVE! Resolve to make old Toja rue Of a shrapnel wound", -then for I .

It.Go his part ]' W .... .. '
buy a bond for Valter.King. Was awarded the gallant Purpl .: -, ..., :: : '' ,-, :r' ;; :-'-;;
I think that lt'. the very thing Heart. ,

To do.!In thoughtful,mem'ry' of \, And Sappb N;"Ungi-nm, straining
Those exrCallstfeeters. that we his eyes
A 'love t % To capture an engineeringprize. I Wish To Announce

e"t, There's, G. Denmark, Demp- .
sey ,Snpp Yea buy a ,bond for. Joe C. f
,(They'll help make Hitler (take; Ricks, y My Retirement
the rap)' He'll show thoRe/Huntt a few \ .. t;. '" .: .
And Johnny Godwin, way up new tricks [ '' "
yonder, And IA O. Jones and Ancil ,From My Business "Alexander & Co. ;1

Futch t % : _, J'j'V' '
ff < .
hWhich ,

4i"\ YOU CAN GET Who'll his clutch help t make Hitler lose I Have Operated In StarlcffSince f :( :,

And James -McKelvey, E nO' ... '. .
1,1 REAL RELIEF Hayes, :(> Sept. I 1935 / ",.; Ht j j'.;<"

1 jh&H ACIDINDIGESTION Leonard Mayes. Smith and Jimmy ".. ,"''1...'.P.',"....,..' ..>, ;., '" ',.."......;I'.;!"."" ... .
Albert Kruse and Elmo Struth, .." '\'.,i'S' .'''..1", '" .'c...-
Comer Long-to tell the truth- ': : "

r It we bought bonds for everyone For, The Convenience Of Customers
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x ,' : BEANNA..bt.reD.RiItnol! ', '11......'' ems' BISMA-REX We'd run.soon have Hitler on the .. :'\'Who, .Have Accounts. With'Me u ". i \\f!!;<\?

JOE COTTEN.iuor.R.ckl.ra .. started : ,
So let's get and not ;
,.\,I* kli lint ,om.atic toUt \i:: 'top ;" ;

i, TOSETRER..mor..eettlaohy.' t", Carpenter's Drug StoreLET Till Bradford. County's. over 'the '(1 I ,. I Will Be At The; Store ,:''i:, ;..\,..
tope ; .:.... '
...r.j..w.rwll.: foajetl' 'ti"... r -. .1t.; t: .For The :
,\\ Three Weeks w':
DEANNA ;j Wonder if any of.my fair readers 'f]':, f ,
THE have been victimized by the .. j' t iI 't' ,.. .

local chapter of the) Disappoint );f}: l> ,; For, The CollectionAccounts ) ,' :'
4; 'DURB1NCOTIEN Electric Shoe Shop ment Club' It's 10 to \ you Vi, ,.:jii-t; ,
have,. even if you dOIl..t'know It .V
.,4V'. Of course.I have'no absolute '. ; ; ( Of Now Due :,.>

Keep Your evidence that a D. C. laIn 'our ,f-'J,1' ', "1...: .I .,.
,Hers' toBold) midst, but plenty of circumstances "? j .. ,
point that ,.HOW ..'.. ''.t' y .
101'y1_ < many I r p tr)
.. 1 SOHESlooking : times have been told '< : '" y ,
.. p.y ", you by a ::;) Wish To Take This ;:: '
WIBRUisER' colored maid "Ye.vm:i; 111 be there; Opportunity .

CHARLES EVEITH AKIERSIIH IUS SCIULli&,. new BRIGHT be disappointed.AN; EARLYl"\:yfhen' :she' only, falls to X.:. 'VV.iVTo; ;; Express My Appreciation i t :" *JL: :':

'to In appearance: either : .The
.. JUST'A : T
of LITTLE REPAIR bright and early o stven-gsXallT People at Star1ce''Bra County
DEANNA $ing .'. II' WILL KEEP- YOUR. N. .. Well some voUonl:,'j-.-, j LJ' '""" ,; ffjrd "

L "&SiA! the B suIlI';'.."Say a1Prty'r SHOES IN GOOD SHAPE turning'' from Alabama. report For The Fine Business" '-. t'1:
that the colored girls there-<< are > 'v' '
r for the 8ot Over) ;. .. ; That 'I ? >if-"
actually well-organized In a DIe- Have r
b Th.i ", "KtshmUl Soog"i"SejuidilU" Quick Service And appointment ClubAwhose avowed Enjoyed Since The
Good Work
purpose is to tell the white fone.Hley'll Establishment Of My Store
be there when they 'Won't.and Here '
THEELECTRIC have no intention of being! 4f

Also Think It over>and sea If :you -

aren't firmly convinced t hat

LATEST THIS IS AMERICAAnd SHOE you've been "taken ,!In" by the L. B.

Disappointment Club .J | ALEXANDER1"

SHOP Juntos Smu--,... -it certainly ,

LATEST WAR NEWS .AfI'OM From Park Theatre, pays to advertise .;, J, Several
t weeks ago someone attempted to .


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IiI6N BITS of LOCAL NEWS Mrs. A. E. Wall' Sr,. and Set. Mr. D. D. CoIIey. and daughter, ArresU'Made only $12 per week and then allowed :,
A E. Wall Jr.. of Ft. Bennlng, Laurette and Prlacilla. Lt. Col- them to supplement their
---- Gar are spending a good deal of ley ,la stationed at Camden S. C. For GamblingOn salaries by commlMlona received

Dodd Price' of: ),{r. and Mrs. E. S. Matthews James Richard I time in Jacksonville, where they Jack Frledler of the Rogers Punchboards from gambling on the punch- 1
\Valnwrlght and be
Mary can near A. E. Wall Sr., who
weekhemother received letter from
returned Jewelry a
this Sunday from a two L.
II i spending Mrs. Wll.: week visit In Orlando with their J. Green spent Wednesday inKiaaimmee I recently underwent. major opera- his brother, Pro. Irving: Frledler, Henry Goldman, who baa several boards. / "
I Norrl.t'Mr. son-in-law and attending a rodeo. tion in St. Luke's Hovpital. "somewhere In the Pacific", In conceHslon at Blanding Center This was the first arrest that
Mr. daughter. Dr.'and
,ads..and Mr. and Mr. W. F. Barefootof Lt. and Mrs. Guy; Andrew and $2i cash bond Tuesday
her to Starke, Mrs. H. B. McLendon. I which he I n c loved a postcard posted a has been made for the unlawful {
companied Tw day. Mis. Broward Harvey little Sanderson were here Wednes- young son, Stephen, Drake, are : he hag taken off the body of a night when he was arrested j
r to Quincy Samuel Goldman daughter, Elizabeth Ann.and are en- day afternoon visiting Mr, and spending afew, day .with Lt, An : "dead Jap". The letter was writ- for permitting gambling; on punch- operation of punchboarda ,Into I '
nil IIfr1' their Ion" and oylnj A month': visit :with friends Mrs. H M. Barefoot drews' parents, Mr. and{ Mra. G. ten August 11, and was received board. Sheriff A. O. Andreu slated Louis Pappa waa arrested at the
guests Pvt. Ralph Carter ha W Andrews of New River. Lt.
returnedto week.
Mr. and Mrs, Nat liOlalne.: e last Wednesday According to the Condon Grill three or four months
r-II1-Jaw Wilson, N. C., after a 10-day Andrews 'is now stationed at the
Carolyn Joseph Mr Herts and childrenwill
daughter, JLucaa and children Irving
' the Sheriff
'r 1eq n and have' returned to their l Borne furlough! spent here with his parent Banana River Naval'At.. Station arrive Monday from Jamaica Sheriff he paid his girl employee ago ,
k, Ala. In *, Sgt. and MI'.. J. G. and before receiving commission ... \' .
Carter. -
\f. L. SHcox and onr W. Grand Rapid Mich:.. after 'a N. T., to join Mr. Hart, who ha -- -- -
vis"1* Mrs.SllcOx'edaughterdalaw mont /s visit here with 1 Mr. Mike Dew, Fireman 1st class taut March was connected been In Starke for some time, FUNERAL DIRECTOR
AOQIws vo ; Sgt. ando Lucas' "mother,' Mrs.'Frances in .the U. S. Navy, spent a briefturloUi'b with the Food Distribution Administration connected with the Victory Military -
Me to Render'EFFICIENT
Feasible for
In Washington D. C. Sly Many Year Experience Make It
,HazeAt, :TUt0n' Parker, and sister, Mra Bernice at his home here andleft
<"< ,Pan Mr Supply *store operated by PROMPT and COURTEOUS SERVICE
.. Opperman. last Friday for a visit In A. L. LJndsey recently had
,. New York City before returning a 10-day vacation from her position his father-in-law Samuel Gold- r- MODERATE PRICFS -

** A. to..his new base In Seattle, Wash. as ticket agent In the Union man. Mr. and :Mr. Herts. and I DeWITT C. JONES ,
HavingWatches Clocks He Is 'now assigned. to a de Bus Station most of which time family will make their home Starke Florida \
\nyone or stroyer. she spent at her old home in with Mr. and :Mr*. Goldman on :
: Left Over 60 Days -MI'" H. Carl Jackson left Mon- High Springs. Her husband and Church St. I j
day on a 2-week vacation In daughter spent the week-end Special Ambulance For. Colored Emergency Patients
Please Call Mla Marguerite Deyorlo of
Illinois and Iowa. She will visit there. I
Tampa was a weekendlest of DE WITT C. JONES TELEPHONE 7
Mr. Jackson's parents in Qulncy, Mrs W. E. MUdleton and Mrs. I
/.. //. ,COURTMANCH: III.. and other relatives and friendsIn E. L. Matthews and\ daughter Min Frances Opperman.
JewelerH. Fairfield, Iowa. Her daughter, Mary Agnes, left yesterday for a .
Mrs. E. F. Cain will be with her week's visit with Dr. Mlddletoa I
at Quincy and accompany her to at his camp near Waverly. Ca.
Fairfield. Later she will return Mr. and Mrs. W. 4..CoIIey had 1
with'her for a visit In Starke be. a* their week-end, guests their MANASSA MAYOR

O. BROWN: fore returning to her home at son and daughter-in-law. Lt. and FOR ,
Key West, where, her husband Is

LAKE BUTLER, FLORIDA employed In the shipyard., 4 1 ,
Edwin S. Sheppard, Air RadioMan
enounces The Opening of His Office In The Hoi- 2-c<<, U. S. Navy, left Mon- -w"l A FRIENDLY SUGGESTION i
ngsworth Real Estate .Building, South' Walnut day for his ship In the Atlantic : ; ,

L Starke, Fla., ,To 'Assist In Filing Declarations after spending a 30-day leave ''' '.,'
f Estimated Income'"Tax Returns for Year 1943 with. his parents, Mr. and Mrs.T. Before You Go To The Polls, And On "
A: 0. H. Sheppard. He Is engagedIn .,..
important overseas service and .
Your To The Polls Your
""4' has been in the Navy two-years, :. Way Analyze
MR. BROWN WILL BE IN HIS OFFICE and was formerly with the Brad. ; "
Candidates. Think Clearly And Think
SEPT. 9,10 &.11 FR1 M. 9 .A..M. TO 5 P. M. ford Abstract Co \. "
Mrs. B. Jacobs spent the week- t
end with her aon-i n-1 a w and For Yourself. Analyze The Past Record
t. daughter, Mr. and Mrs Clarence .1 .

Nussbaum. In Jacksonville. Of Candidate's Achievements, His 'I,t, ,, \ of
Mrs. V. B. Harrell, ticket agent '
etI for the Orange Lines at Blanding "e4'r' Character. His Associations And 'His y
Center, returned to work Monday \
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BETTER TASTS cation.morning after a two-weeks' va a'ZUl lr'Qt' 'o u c 1 Pattern Of 'Living Should Be Of Prime '

Titus Olson' left Tuesday for And Vital Importance In Selecting Your :
Aitnstead, 111., to be with his
wife, who has undergone a seri- No amount''of precaution '
ous operation, while visiting rel- will prevent a windstorm.The ."Next. Mayor. Think For Yourself! .. .
O atives there.
:Mrs. I. P. Shepherd was In only defense Is Wind .
3ioveland on Wednesday of last
storm Insurance.We H. A. MANASSA CANDIDATE FOR
week attending the funeral of Mr. MAYOR'L.
Shepherd's niece, MlB Helen I sell.itlCharley '
Shepherd, daughter of Rev. and City Election, September 14 .
E' Johns .
Mrs. J. B. Shepherd of Groveland.Mrs. >
.. P. M.. Barefoot returned AgencyPhone 1 j
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BIGGER SIZE home Sunday from Riverside Hospital I
in Jacksonville and Is mak- IS Staikr, Fla.R.prM.ntlna Sun. Mon. nIT Z
ing a good recovery after an operation v Sept. 12 & 13| THEATRE TUeA.'Wed.
Pepd-Cola Company, Long Inland City N. Y. .
Franchise Bottler Pepsi-Cola Bottling Co., of Jacksonville. Mr. and Mia Frank Carlton INSURANCE COMPANY Hartford' MIDNIGHT STARKE Thurs. ,
and son,' diaries, have returned SATURDAY ,I Sept.,14,15,16
to their home in Detroit after ...LI
I spending the past week with the I
former's father, Charles Carlton,
"B y'More' and uncle? Fred Carlton. | ELECT *
Miss Louise Snyder will arrive
by plane in Jacksonville Mondaytor
a visit .of, several weeks in James F.
Starke with her mother, Mrs.A .
r War Bonds F. Saula. She will be met ,In 1
Jacksonville by Mrs Sauls. HollingsworthMAYOR r- W Pt : r .
MI' .'\V. L. Edwards and daughter '

Frank, Fiedrlcka G. Bauknight, and Mr., all and of Jack-Mrs. OF -JAr' Fl *ssvsrfw .H.i fr r!

sonville and Mr. and Mrs. W. W. '' BAY
Page and children. Dilly and Martin -I STARKEExperienced k t ltAl and
9 30 tIRGUL
Sept. of Lake City were week-end $ 1DGAR
I guests of Mrs W. II. Struthf and .I 9 Ot KLiE MtCAR1NYixY
AXIcs: ,Kato Struth.Mrs. .
J. M. Mitchell and Minn'' I1CLC
I Lucile Mitchell have ictuinod :,
from a''stay at their cottage on ..
,I a rfat6arfne C3 tEil: I ,.
; Kingiley Lake. ? ?
pLr and MI" Jew, 'IS. Wlteoit
arc .speeding a while I at the
Week's cottage Kinsley Lake
1QxF0I. | Sirs L. C Smith: of Graham '"
ban returned from a visit of sev c >k f j tl
erlilNteke with her water Mis.I
'C, A Waddell and Mr. J. G.KJnnard mmmf flTWW .
i !In, Tampa. <
Tax: Collector and Mrs. Carl
I., I Ii Knight returned Saturday fl'CM.
a two-week, vacation spent In':
Waynesvllle; N. C. t t
Mr. and Mr. Joab) Creekmore
: 10-'! *$&**
and daughter recently spent a ,
I day vacation: at Live Oak visiting :

A J, relatives and friends ;.:r. Cl'"ekI(
i more Is a ticket agent at the .' Honest '.
\ ii II Union Bus station, and :Mr. Creek- SWRYQF1O.VIMF r WPFvc F
1' more 1* ,an.' employe a t Camp ;, .r 1N irflRT/I IFi }+ ;t r quaf 801E lFE 4 4rf
Blanding;. 'I' Capable .. ; >E l0 h
Csout5isf Mr. and Mrs Raymond Hancock -
.. had as their guest over the Home Town H-
week-end Mrs. Hancock's brother- '
yNl MgdU
in-law and sister. Mr. and Mrs. '' Boy J AYttinfiyd' 1 >F ; N

Fred D, Sellers and son, David .

... of Delray Beach. I 'J
KEY TO -- ,,;
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uaeww,..."wu"* > cOO. 003You

MILES OF STYLE AND COMFORT f h" .;:J$ ,' '1,4 : \: J

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Extra walking today calls lot extra comfort. You'11find ""' .., -:'.'", ;wt

comfort you've never known In Fortune's new] .. ; Mrr
f.i<'%; r" <: ,,, mOhgSlflltg'Itlf'
"Moxfords." They're styled and built for miles of "J4'1': '' ...,. /: "','';;;; '- /., y '* NED WARI$ .

walking pleasurel Step Into a Fortune for a : :

wealth of satisfaction. '"



You don't lose your money *'... if you low your Americas.
Express. Travelers CJIeq{iM.. Here', ,wby( COY LOMBAilOO
1 You sign ash ch.au. wb n you buy dwm. You i
; count.r< in them .h.n you spend them. ,.
c 2 II low or untie. jour money i* ttfutuied promptly

3 SfxndabU UlM: Mh. .r>jrwb*ti..
As E s o uSternberg's I ,
Issued in dcnomiaMioa of <1O. 920f i9O wed llOOj Cost7U
per 1100. Minimum COM 4(t (offlQ to 1170. For Ml. at
I Basks, Expect Offict end many Railroad Suuoa Third War Loan Campaign Sept. 9 to Oct. 2 -,


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sons. Billy and Spencer, spent the [ and Mrs.
j. W
after several days at the cause of Illness, but sorry to Hampton Happenings Horne
Sunday SIll14a
week-end at' Green Cove Springs. Danny
know that Mrs. V. A. BrowningIs Barbara Home I Day of Plant !
bedside 'of her little grandson I
W. A. Saxon of Spartanburg, I turned Monday City i
I critically confined to her bed again after
has been
Brown, who a ..
Billy relatives here.
Hospital Mrs. Lou Davis of Sanderson ii BIRTHDAY PARTY S. C., Is visiting ( with Thomas Wadaorty Yt
Minnie Lou Hawn ill In St. Vincent's entertainedwith Miss Dimple Parker, spent theweekend
Hy Jacksonville. Friends will be visiting Mr and Mrs. H. M. Mc Mrs. J. A. Holly Mrs. Roy s a r
a party for her lon Bob, on at Lake City with Mrs. George Rahme rand
glad to know that Billy Is much Rae.Rev.. and Mrs. W. E. Hall spent his 8th birthday Sept. 3. from Gilbert Lamereaux. Mr. Lamer- from s two week's St nave "tur.

Mrs. Ben Holland of Wauchula Mel Vickery of Gainesville visited I Improved.Sgt. Saturday night with Mr. and Mrs,, four to six o'clock. Various I eaux is at the Veterans Hospital bama and Tennessee stay fa
of Blanding
Smith Camp
sister Mrs. Floyd Earle Green and family Sunday. C. lawn '
visited her enjoyed on the there.
and Mrs. E. J, Lewis were I was a week-end guest of Miss R. M. Crosby. games were Mr. and Mrs Bin
t Barry, last week.' Mr. Susie Locke of Keystone and a contest of "Hidden Mar- Mrs. Henry Guy of Atlanta Is aID.
Mrs. nounce the I
Miss Mary Mott la visiting relatives In Starke on business Monday.Mrs. Agues 'Rimes. Mrs. H. M blea" being one of the favorites visiting Mrs. J, T. Guy. birth of a haby,
of JacksonvUle Heights was visiting born Sat.,
Gordan of Mobile Mrs. May Green Sept. 4th,
,; in Okeechobee for several R. A. with Gene Watson and junior Mrs. Woodrow Hicks is spending! at tits A
brother T. W. Is visiting relatives and McRae last week. chua County Hospital.
Ala. visited her ,
fe In Orlando with her.
days. Horne winning prizes. a days '
this section
'., Cliff Hazen returned Markey, last week. friends here. The people .in Mr. and Mrs.
Air Cadet l there
husband. who- & employed Gordon
and gathering' corn from the Later the children were Invited 9.
\ to California after a few days Mrs. Talmadge Kelly and small Mr. and Mrs. V. V. Hazen, busy Claude F. O'Nell ,and daughters worth visited friends In
relatives. daughter, Celia Kay, have returned children, Marcia Kay and Jim fields* and most everyone has Into the dining room where the .Saturday Paltt!
q visit with Virginia and Jean, and ;son
Several Gainesville Saturday made a good crop. gifts were ''opened and admi-ed .
a Mrs. Cephus Harrell and Mr to Valdosta. after mle, were In with "Bobble" of Webster were ,weekend -
,- T. W, Waters were In Gainesville day'' 'visit with relatives.Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Green and Remember Sunday School every The dining table was lovely guests of Mr, and Mrs. Andy Lawtey Mcthodut
r Wednesday of laat week. L. O. Hazen and daughter, children, A n n e tt, Stanley, and Sunday morning at 11 o'clock.\ its birthday cake and ,Ice cream ,

l Friends of Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Minnie Lou, were shopping In John were In Gainesville Saturday. W. R. Alford'returned to his cookies and cake were served. to Wall.Mrs.. J. T. Guy, Miss Miriam Sunday.School 10'A. M
Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Edwards home In 'Jacksonville Friday after the guests
j will be Gainesville Morning
Nichols and family worry Guy and Mrs. Henry Guy, spent Worship 1:
i' to hear that they have gone to Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Crews and children of Starke, were Sun- spending a few days here with Those 'present' to enjoy this Sunday at Lake City. subject "Why Worry \

Jacksonville to make their home. and daughter Marjorie Sue, were day guests of H. H. Howard and his familyFLA. happy occasion with Bob 'w re: W. A. Saxon, Jr.:, and Garth Fellowship 7:30: P M,
'f" A. B. Surrency baa been visit- Sunday guests of Mr.. and Mrs. family. Frankie Jean and Joanne Rahme, Durham of the Merchant Marineare Worship 8 o'clock, subject Lee'

,Ing relatives in Georgia. Otis Barry. Vernon Edwards Is visiting relatives STATE FARM Joan Sweeney,. Sylvia May, enjoying a'leave at home. Only." on Wedne811ay ""J,(I

Mr. and Mra. R. E. Hazen and Seaman Felton Gainey of Key In the South. By E.' R. Ooirvler Gladys.Johns Evelyn and Jimmy Mrs. Olen Bedenbaugh 'qf Jack- Sept. 15, at 8 o'clock, r*,,.
r daughter, Mary Francis were inv I West was visiting relative! and Elder W. M. Moody of Palatka Norwood, Gladys Hicks; Jane sonville the week-end with Carter Harding, diairlct

Gainesville on business Friday. friends Saturday.. visited friends here Saturday. Miss Sarah Crews returned Douberly, Mabel Smith.Junior and her parents spent, Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Intendent will preach and k i .
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Markeywere Troy Thomas of Lacrosse was Miss Bonnie Mott has been. home Sunday after' a two weeks'Visit Billy Home,' Buddie Hicks. 'Gene o Eiland. the conference meeting,_

In Tampa on business Fri a visitor here Friday. visiting Miss Juanlta McKenzie with Miss Emily Warren In and Hilery Watson Ronald Andrews Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Wheeler Hazzard, pastor. .
day. Seaman 2nd Claim J. C. Sowellof of Fort Pierce for several day Wauchula.Mrs. Billy'' Campbell, Earl' Mc- In Cross City

Mr. and Mrs. Cleveland Mott of Georgetown, S. C., visited relatives Mrs. Lee Green :Miss Betty R. L. Long and .daughter, : Gruder, Harry and ''David Smith, over and family the week-end were attending ,to Office supplies of all klnda

Railord were guests of Mrs. Ellis and friends Sunday Hazel Green, Mrs. Jake Keene, Shirley, of Ponte Verda Beach are :' Jimmy Douberly, Cyril Pickren, business and visiting friends. sale, at The Bradford .(
Clemons and family Sunday Mr and Mrs H. S. Hazen and and Mrs. J. W. Kelly were in: visiting R. L. Long for several C. W. Slade and Wayne Machett. Mr. and Mrs. P.. B. Adkins and ,Telegraph.
Belling and chil- daughters, Helen and Jane and Gainesville Tuesday.Miss weeks. I
Mrs. Virginia
Beatrice Cassells la visitIng iMr. SIRS. JOHNS HONOREDMrs. son, Wayne, of Valdosta, Ga.,
dren of Worthington Springs were Frances Marian, of. Center Hill Carlton: .. Charlus' Pulley and son, Wilson May, and 'Barbara I spent. Sunday with Mr, and Mrs.J. .
Hazen Sunday. her sister, Mrs. Doris tt) CHECKLiquid I IIN
K. G. W.
of Mrs. J. visited
week-end guests Is Butler. Charles, -Jr. of Tallahassee., Horne honored Mrs. I* A. Johns, G. Myers.. k
Douglas and family. Willie demons 'of Miami In Lake turned horn Friday after'a brief Jr. with a miscellaneous 'shower Mrs.. Willie J. Adkins, motherof
of,Palatka. ,
for few Elder W M. Moody iDA
relatives here a
of Reddick
Mrs. Harvey visiting brother '
Mary visit with Mrs. Pulley's
and Elder Dan Harrell of Plant at the Christian Church Monday Mrs. Meyers, Is visiting here
wag a week-end guest of T. W. days. and slster-lnrlaw, Dr.; and Mrs.:
num- also.
Markey and family. Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Hardy City were Saturday dinner guestsof P. Stubbtna Jr. afternoon, Sept. 8. Quite a Kefem ate 66
and ber were Invited to enjoy the occasion Mr. and Mrs. J. S. and =
Hazen family.
and Fred
Mrs Rosa Plnholster and Mrs. and children of Hampton ''Mrs. J. :A. .Bouvier left Satur- : A "Musical Wedding"was daughters Jean and Joanne, of
Lee); Green and family attended Mrs Charles Hardy, Sr., of Our Revival meeting closed day for a v I e 11 of Indefinite with Marian Johns Jacksonville; were guests of Mr. '. for Malarial Sympi
and Mrs. Monday night with 16 new mem- played
church at New River Sunday. Gainesville visited Mr length with her>son and daugh-
Mrs. Merle
Mr. and Mrs., W. H. Hinton Eldon Hardy Sunday. bers. Don't forget' Sunday School ter-in-law, Mrv, and Mrs Jr A. giving the reading
and son. Bobble, and :Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. L. A. Brown returned home each Sunday at 11'o'clock. Church Bouvier Jr., In Miami. She was Rahme the music.* Mrs. Sweeney p
Services at 12 o'clock and night named the mont correct songs in
.. ... ,. _._ .. L ,_ u.. .. .." 1T cervices. at 8:30.: accompanied by'her granddaughter the play and Mrs. George Rahme i 'From ''where]! sit.
Bouvier who has ,
Miss Eva Fay Gainey has returned Miss Betty answered the greatest number In .
Prompt Service Careful Drivers to her home here after a been visiting' her' the past' month. the "Flower" contest.. Each was
Miss Grace 'Crews returned
with a novelty flower
visit of several weeks In Tampa. presented
She will leave soon for' Talla. home Saturday 'after_ a three-day I bowl. The gifts were, then open- : Marsl
visit with Miss Dell In ,6y.Joe
'and admired Mrs. Johns receiving -
hasnee to enter the freshman classat ed
Starke Taxi Service Starke. some very lovely and use-
\ FSWC. Mr. and Mrs. J. R.- Kite returned ful articles. ..
.Wednesday from a brief '
and Mrs.\ Gordon
Mrs. May
Phone 150' ,"j3Day PINE LEVELBy visit with Mr Kite's mother :Mrs. Wadsworth, assisted by Barbara Sam Abernethy'a the Chief ,&rtuaJ..omclal facts from ttjgovernment's

,, ..; Sirs. H. M. SfcRae B. L. Kite, Elizabeth, Tenn. Home and ,;Marian Johns served Rumor-Splker In our town. own Office oft

Rev. W, E. Hall filled his regular :Miss Melverna Thornton returned decorated block cake, CocaColasand If a stranger .gets off something Information showed I titer
-...:;'; ...._. \\ ,* NightFOR appointment at Pine Level home Sunday after a weeks'vlllit gumdrops.Mrs. like-"I hear they've sunk wasn't a shred of truth In''e
; with 'her Mrs. J. ,C.
: : :: Church Sunday and he with Mrs. sister the S.S.Bumblebee,"Sam starts The boys enjoy a glass oft
) Kitchen In Orlando. H. B, Wiggles, Mrs. George
Hall were among those who en- Miss Esther. Crews of Starkewas Williams and ion, ,Howell, and pinning him; down. Did he really occasionally-same as a lot <
Joyed the Birthday Dinner givenIn the Sunday night 'guest of Joe Wiggins visited at Macclenny see "it? Where's the evidence? us do{

honor' of D. G. Kelly. her parents,. Mr., and Mrs.. M. L. Sunday. Because Sam'knows, like the 'And from where! I sit,the,
SAFETY COMFORT AND ECONOMY RIDE ,, Mrs. H M.: McRae and Mrs. Crews. Mr. and Mrs. Ennis Skinner of rest of us,that nine-tenths of the proving themselves the 1 heal

Robert Myrick were visiting Mrs. Mrs. C. A. McRae and children, Cocoa and Corp., and Mrs. Clar- "Inside news"passed around by lest, best-disclpllned 1 bunch <
Burnsed at Sanderson Sunday
FLORIDA MOTOR LINE BUSSES Eleanor and Patricia, left ,Saturday ence Mead of Oak Hill visited 'careless folk Isn't rumor-It's Ues fighting men In history,like th

'H. M. McRae was visiting his for their home In McIntosh their sister, Mrs. Woodrow Hicks, planted by the Axis to'destroy ,OWl report stated. That's t
FOR, COURTEOUS CORRECT INFORMATION at Waldo ifter a weeks' visit with Mrs. Mc- and mother, Mrs. Mamie Mead, American morale enough for me.
brother E. J., ,
PLEASE PHONE 147 e Rae's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. A, : recently. '
the latter part of the week. Take those: rumors) about
were accompanied Mr. and' Mrs. T. C. Chaataln
Bouvier. They
Mack L. Townsend Seaman 1-c, drinking In our Army Camps. -IZad1(
town by Mrs.. McRae's father, J. and Mrs. Carlton Chastain were Q
UNION BUS STATION at and Branford also attended was visiting church friends here A. Bouvier;. who was their guest shopping In Jacksonville Wednes-

through; Sunday< day of last week. .

i LACY CONWAY, Agent Sunday. to of Pvt and Mrs,.H. M. Thompson i Mr. and Mrs.. Wilson May-and No.. 67 of a.Series Copyright 1943, Brewing Industry Fw,
We .were glad see ,some
'A .0 Starke Florida I .church', of Starke wera,the Sunday supper -
Temple Te. ., our. members Sunday
guestof'Mr., and Mrs. J. G. T
evening who have been away be- '
Caldwell I* I&. J. ,. tf umtttn,)-,
.,. ../..rd bevd.=Ms" ------ .
Friends of Mrs. C. O. Partney
I i. ..*,larb.Jvdnrebk.nrow
}I i.m will regret to learn that she Is -mHl <

111. We wish her a speedy re- M ift t
;...:. ,.
r covery. / Oat* funistm (Ong
I .. ':...(- Miss Betty McRae of McIntosh, U.S.
.,.,.. who has been employed at Camp JM4.) r 6f : I 7L 4" 3-
.: Blanding all summer resigned her
.'. ,.'"
position> and returned to her homeIn
j, 1 :McIntosh for a weeks' vacation -
\':" 'j I Ik Ir I : before proceeding to Tallahassee -
', .
where she will attend the
:)": Woman's College. While workingat
Camp Blanding, she lived with

her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.J. : .
:1) A. Bouvier.

Roy Duncan:.of Mlcanopy and
Memphis, Tenn:, was the dinner
'f' guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. G.
2aldwelT Monday// -

Mrs. j; A: Rlbhardaon'and'children w .r1 r ,r y ditt

Buddy, and Batlvla, of ,.t y'' :
Starke, were ''the Sunday afternoon

aro guests of 'Mrs.' L. .A., Shep-

; herd.Mr.. and Mrs.. J. H. Moncrief
4' !r' and children, Doris and JImmIe, .CA

were the week-end guests of Mr. _
TO THOSE DURABLE PATRIOTS Moncrlef's parents In Daleville.

Mss, Lora Crews resigned her ?:
position at Camp Blanding last 'Y n'1r 'oWr fi! y
; week, In order to rest for a few '

days before beginning school on

ii'm d aL. Monday.
Mi-, and Mrs W. N. Malone

had as their guests' over the
week-end their sons, Staff Sergeant -
; Edwin Malone and Cpl. '

If Curtis Malone their daughterInlaw The Ammunition: is
de and grandson, Mrs. Curtis being passedThere's
Malone' and Curtis, Jr. Sgt. Malone -
is stationed at Lakeland

with the Army AJr'' Corp, while no monkey-buaineaa about the way Du ch-Sulzer Bros. Diesel Engine Company
f Cpl. Malone who Is In the Ma- '
tines Is stationed at the Naval the ammunition is being passed in this' that the organization has been

Air Station In.Jacksonville. Mrs. either.,For
war. example the
Navy' 6-
Malone Is.from Sopchoppy. awarded a second star in its Navy E pen-

I Mrs. I* A. Wiggins resumed inch 38 caliber throws shells
gun at planes
Busch-Sulzer which engines
her Job, at Camp Blinding Monday nant. made

after an Illness of about a month. or surface craft at a terrific rate. Ita
powder : founded -

1T f fW for submarinesiinthe '
lo rs. J. R. Brannen of Lake last.'t'&:. was

Butler Mr and was Mrs.the David Sunday; Thornton.guest of and sheila must come to the gun in a by Adolph.'BWICb.' the, founder of
'. steady stream. How:is it done?
+ E of the Florida Motor tins f.."ay'hoId a. firm adnwation'fa. our passengers.For .: .I With ,an Anhe eerBtrech. He.was the first to build

}+, when It coatis to bearing; up;'when war travel: emergencies .nd problems '.,.,"' t Ingenious hoist whose:tolerances ,are so DieaeLlnAmericaandthetleatAmenCaneloaefthat -

: bearing; down they 100 proof 100 par centl .In fact as. a. group they are the the mechanism is comparable of

most cooperative, most: cheerfully Indulgent folks It'.'been our: good fortune to know. to the movement of a fine watch. made 'Diesel 'went,Into,,, the- Home

Fewer conveniences have made no rift In our long 'and pleasant travel relationship., Budweiser.' Now as. than, the quest for

,:They accept 'wartime conditions as they are relinquish their 'good American; Dr. Max Shane Ammunition hoist for the Navy are being better methods- and'faclli' 7 -!' A to produce

prerogative to travel 1 how. when and where they please, al In the'ceuse of Victory. 1 t- '

florid. Motor Unas passengers are flying their true'colors every day that rolls around OptometristIf produced fast and efficiently by the the world's most popular! beer never ceases.addHIo .

a and they can depend upon Florida Motor lines to.do. Its'level bed by them.

:to prove worthy. of their continued good will and loyalty. your eye*:bother' you lalma

UNION BUS STATION .*amlna them and fit you BudW'eiser

LACY COmVAV..Agent with glasses I If' you need th...

,30, experience.Holtdsyt
Temple ,Avenue 1'bone 147riORIPAfdOTORllNES yarn "MM....*PAT'B..r, _
and Sundays by appointment.TKLKPMONB '
is .to .
d supplying the
atl arm fuse.q
,,,W.r i-4lTi. UOICb' provklx materiala which 'with .lIder parta, gun turrat'part and foodstuffs, Anleu er'
foMwlJcfaM IDto the 1WIDulactwe of .. Munitions
: Rubber ,AlamJotun
i 401 I T > uiple Tti.-. .! I I B u 1 I rl ''f .. Vk.mis B Compln Vitamins lIo.-p1&al Alta Baby Foods :Brand and other Bakery
product -fuetla.d cattle '
Main? .: ./ fMda BatterJ.e Paper a few.
Soap.and t.Wes-to paw
.0- .

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10 1948

Now New Drivers On SaleYou Licenses I YOUR BABY'S FIRST MONTH I ,I:''I


had better have a clean ti i

slate when you go( before JudgeE. 1. Feed him only mother's milk. This to the first of a aerie of articles on Infant care which will

K. Perryman to purchase your Of course you should give your appear In the Telegraph one a month I

driver's license! The State High- baby boiled warm water between

J13,. way Patrol has furnished him feedings when be Is awake. I
' awe i
ttnA with the names of about 2,500 Mother's milk gives the baby a

persons who have had their licenses batter chance to live and be

A revoked or suspended dur strong than the bottle fed baby.If .

ing the past year. The new licenses you do not have enough milk

went on aale Wednesday, in your breasts call your private '

It! Sept. 1.The doctor or get in touch with the (1

record jshowa the charge Health Department. We will show '

against the you how to make more milk come
person involved the
court In which he was convicted, from the breasts.:

the date his license was revokedor 2. If your baby weighs less

: suspended and his license than six pounds put him to( the

4 number. The list was also furnished breast every three hours during

1 t r to law enforcement officers the day and every four hours

l I Aj. fir y during the eight. Your feedings > I
and J. J. GiUlan: Directorof
4s# the t then will be 6:00 A. M., 9:00: A.
A Depa r m en t of Public
t Safety, explained: M., 12:00 noon 3:00: P. M., 6 P. C

N1 4 '? M., 10:00: P. M., and 2:00: A. M.
Y .7C 1 "We compiled this list so that
I F 4 Y tf If your baby weighs more than
persona applying for drivers' li
'r ) 3n seven pounds put him to the
ay censes who are unable show
breast every four hours. Your
: licenses for the
previous year feedings then will be 8:00 A. M., c
may be checked for revocation
or 10:00: A. M.. 2:00: P. M.. 6:00: P. ,
sN y suspension. In addition enforce.
M., and 10:00: P. M.
ment officers!! may check this list t
3. Do not feed your baby at
from time to time when
I making
the breast more than twenty ,... ..
arrests -
to see If
person arrested -
minutes. Keep him awake and
la an habitual offender; 8. Remember to belch him once one teaspoonful week to ,
of ; I nursing strong while. he Is at every up
or if he does not' have a driver's the breast. Be sure that you or twice during each feeding so two( ounces.. For cod liver oil,

license when arrested, he may keep his nose away from the that the air bubbles can come out give your baby tour drops the first

have been driving while his license breast while he is feeding. This of his stomach. To do this hold week about eight drops the second .

is revoked or suspended. If him"Iii an upright position and week keep increasing drop
Frosty Drinks Will Cool You! will help him to nurse without
(See Recipes Below) that is ,the case, add 111 onal getting tired. gently pat his, back. by drop until the baby la two l'I

e offender.charges may" be made against the 4. Wash the' breasts once a 6. Orange juice and cod liver months Old when he is gettingtwo

Frost Yourself! I day with soap and water Before oil should be fed at about three teaapoonfulla every day. Instead !

Lynn Chambers' Point- According to 'Judge Ferryman I and after each feeding weeks of age. Strain the orange of cod liver oil you can use .

Saving Menu 4,206 licenses of all kinds were sponge the nipple with boiled juice. The first few days give four drops of oleum percomor-

en the thermometer I irises,, to issued here during 1943. These Include : cool water him one teaspoonful. Increase phum for the first two weeks : '

hundred mark' homemakers Tomato Juice 3.357 regular operators, 646
---- ---- --- --- ----------
(for cool Ideal and thlrst-chaw "Ham Supper Salad chauffeurs 189 junior operators /
Hall and tot tie Kelly rio| lulloavvliic IV CIRCUIT COUNT BltlUFOMI
Green September 27th., 1843 In the above
Cooling Lima
first on the list Beans Carrot Strips and 16
are temporary instructional named Court and cause, wherein Co., P. O. Box 22, Montgomery "Ot VTY. FMmillAl IN CHANCKHV.
literally give you .a frost Corn Sticks Alabama. : .
? permits. Present driver's licenses plaintiff seek divorce. Bradford :
YOU: and each of you, are required Doris Wilkins Rlrkenhnker, Plain.
from the Telegraph shall I I this
warm Orange Cream County
Insulate ''you Cookies will expire Oct. 1 and publish Josiah
new Order In next four weekly Isxues. to appear on the Rule Day tiff v. Rlrkenbaker, Defendant.
ri of Old Man Sun.today' .-. Recipe Given licenses should be obtained before Witness my hand and official I., Outnnvr A, It. 194.1, tow It. uu- Case No. 253.ORDKR I
I'm attempting seal at Starke. Florida this August tober 4th A. D. 1943 In the above !: OF PUBLICATIONAND
column that date., .
? 23rd. 1943.OFFICIAL. n..d.ou..t and cause. wherein NOTICE TO APPEAIt!
parade of cool drinks plaintiff seeks an order vacatingand STATE OF Josiah
give you a f SEAL FLORIDA tot
( ) A.
simply deli J. Thomas
are .
aside Decree
setting. Uon- Rlckeitbukervho.
to fit pro e residence Ad.
every pock. A* Clerk of said Court. 1 ,
cious when made POLITICAL, W. C. f**.o and Final Decree of Divorce dress le, oho W. s. Rlcken baker 1 I
et book, every oc- Hardesty B.ach.r and other reltetin the of
.. PlL case (father), Cameron County
cation. They use into cooling, Fla., Atty, for 5-2T 4t. '.11 W. H. Hall v*. Martha U. Hall Smith Carollnat and Whose Post
frosty drinks. Use ANNOUNCEMENTSFOR -- case number v':98o: of the record Office Address I I., co| W, S! Klcken.
fruit Juices, prepared -' the directions IN THE CIHCUIT COURT OF THE of the a b o BradfordCounty baker, Father) H, F. D. 1, Ullo->
,beverages, on 'E'C H"H "11111('."'. CIRCUIT' OFFI.OHIOA.1V ;. ::raro'ah': publish this ree, oJt Carolina.. ;i
1 prepared' drink the package for rTiV": AMI FOR' HHAI Order weekly Issues. You are required to appear onSeptember ,
mixing, garnish ."! -f-! COUNCILMAN FoRte' powders, milk. .24_ I hereby Edward Ziegler, seal at Starke. Florida this Snd named Court and cause, wherein \ .,
with announce myeelf
a cherry and li.
of September
day 1043.
citrus fruit and of ,. c.L is; candidate for tire position. of Councilman. Plaintiff. A. plaintiff seeks divorce and Maidenname ;
( BEAD A.J. Thomas
sprig of mint and In -v- : restored. Bradford County
the :
of City of stark, subject
plenty Frank A. Clerk of said Court. ,
course Anna Ziegler, Telegraph shall publish this OrderIn
you have a drink without the troubleof to the .ctlon to be held !
CltltE Fred a. Att Pit.
Risk for
After you've prepared them, Sepember I.m a Stark Defendant. ) next" four weekly Issues.
extracting fruit Juice. Use the man with the Interest pf the peopleof THE STATE OF FLORIDA 0-S U a-f4 Witness my hand and official'rat
1 the coolest spot on the porch fruit powders also for making light the city of Starke, at neart. It TO ANNA FRANK ZIEULER I at Htarke, Florida, this Auu ;; i
kloto the most comfortable chair, eleced I promise you buslness- It appearing from the plaintiff's iv: CIRCUIT COURT BRADFORD .t 10th 1843.DFFIClA :
sherbets that solve the dessert prob- like service. Your vote and support worn Bill of Complaint' on file COUNTY FLOHIUAl IN: CIIAItEKY. \- KAL) ot. J Thomas
1 start sipping lem nicely respectfully In the above entitlecause, which : A* Clerk said Court. :
I Chining fruit. Juices milk or bev- .uj.Ct'dSILCOX.. I I. a suit for an absolute divorce Nathaniel (Nat Welnetock, Plaintiff I'. C. Hardest/, Daytona: n..ehFla.
Sherbet. that It I I. the belief of the Plaintiff v*. Edna Helde Welnetock De .. Atty. for Pit 5-37 41 s-1t
fifei is of first Importance in pre (Makes over 1 quart) that the defendant Anna Frank fendant. Case No. 013. r
1 cool drink but then 1 FOR MAYOR Ziegler, U a, resident of a stateor ORDER OF PUBLICATIONAND IV: CIRCUIT "COURT '. .\ "
your flavored fruit
powder I. wish to announce that I will country other than the State of NOTICE TO APPEAIt COUNTY FI.QRIDAIN CIIAMt
',. probably already done this. 1 cop heavy cream well chilled be a" candidate for the office of Florida, that the residence, domicile STATIC OF FLORIDA tot Edna 'IcRYKarol !:
survey were made during these 1 Mayor of Btarke In the City Election and address of the said defendant Belde Wetnstock ado Kolber, alt '1. Dyoijrnslcl, Plaintiff, v*
it would cap sugar to be held on Tuesday Sep a* particularly a* the W. 184th at., Apartment 1, New Florea Lennte Dyrsynskl, Defendant. .
er months I'm sure t cops milkDissolve timber 14. Your vote and active same I I. known to the plaintiff I Ie York. N. Y. Case No. SB41.
I that a larger percentage oftefrigerator support will be greatly appreciated.HENRY a* above shown and stated that You are required to appear on ORDER: OF PUBLICATIONAND
&is used for cool fruit powder and sugar A. MANAHSA. there I I. no person In the Stateof September 27th.. 143. In the above NOTICE TO APPEAR
i In milk. Turn into freezing tray Florida the service of a *ub* named Court and cause, wherein STATn. OF FLORIDA to I Mra !
t preparations than any other and freeze % to ) hour.or until FOR MAYOR poena upon whom would bind the plaintiff leek, divorce. D..dto..4County Florea Leonte Dyoynskl>> who*
I hereby announce my candidacy aid defendant that It I* the Telegraph shall publish this residence, |Is. Town of Bralla, Countyof )
slushy. Whip cream until stiff. Add fof the office of Mayor of the City belief of the plaintiff that the I Order In"next four weekly tnuee. ", ..lIa, Country of Rumania. )
|On. of the best bases for a good. to first mixture and beat through of Starke, subject .to the will of defendant I* ever the age of Witness my hand and official seal You are required to appear. ,I
i drink Is citrus fruit Doesn't the people of Htarlce, ae expressed twenty-one y.a".1JT at Starke, Florida, this August September 20, 1V43. In the ..bov.lIam"d
a until blended keeping as cold as In the City election to be h. : 80th. 1143.OFFICIAL. Court and oaue, .
ftopeitly! cool you already to think possible. Return -qulckly' to freezing ember 14. I am a native of Stare the IS THEREFORE defendant!: Anna ORDEREDthat Frank ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas, plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradfordounty
( lemon cool and and a .' If elected I Aa Clerk of said Court.W. Telegraph shall publish
orange or Juice tray and freeze at coldest point. render Ziegler file an appearance hereinon
promise to the beet serviceof C. Hardesty. Daytona' Reach, Order In next four. weekly Issues.
17' In a glass with Uvkling ice When frozen, set cold control backto ..which I am capable. to the the 4Jril/ day of Complaint of October of, 1(43 thesaid : Fla. Ally for Plf. S-I7 4t17 Witness my hand and I
eed, it does. There's a scientific normal F. } WORTH. ; Francis Edward Ziegler filed

ct: behind this for scientists tell The hotter the weather the more FOR MAVOR : against her In the Circuit Court ,;."

i that In hot weather the tissues wilted you become.! Nothing quite I. hereby announce my candidacy In ,and on forBradford the 2ndday County of September. Florida ",

(be body require more vitamin picks you up as a nice salad, and for the office of Mayor of Starke, 1043, and that this Order be f
subject to the will '
of the
f than!: when temperatures are mod- even the thought of cool crisp greens In the City Election of Tuesday voter published Telegraph,In a the Bradford publishedIn County How :to "declare I war ,; I i
14: I E
rate. That's one reason Why or brings back the starch to your spir Sent. and support.will appreciate yourVote I said: Bradford .l County; Florida' ..

e.i and lemons are ideal for sum- its. Here are some suggestions CHAS A., D.fLRDY. once a week for,,four consecutive '' '
week before the return day stated
If r drinks. which are perfect for summer: In this Order and Notice.
FOR MAYOR WITNESS hand and the seal ,the. Axis
| If you want something. to serve Ham -Supper Salad I take this method of announcing of ald Court my this the Ind day on .

npany on a summer evening (Serves 4)) my candidacy for. the office of of September U41, In the State .
Mayor of Starke, subject to the ; "
en's a drink that will fill! any. or- 2 cops diced cooked ham. will of the voter. In the City Election and(OFFICIAL'nunty HEAL aforeeald.) A. J. ,Thomas L '
of Tuesday Sept. 14. If
elected -
1 cop diced celery Clerk Circuit Court Bradford
I promise to render
an efficient
Hollywood Pan4.I" t harll Frank R. Solicitor
Oreene. 1
affaire of the 1 will
(Serves 15)) g. K cup mayonnaise1St your vote and active eupport appreciate Plaintiff. 9-a 5t 10.1 1

1 pint Juice teaspoons sweet, : pickle relish W, NV (BILL) CARNASION., -
1 plot orange sherbet .1H teaspoons FOR:, MAYOR COUNTY FLORIDA, IN CHAN )
'. Salad greens This Is to announce candidacy CERY. -
1 my .
pint vanilla Ice
cream Ross C. Chandler, Plaintiff v*. mind
Combine first three Ingredients.Then for the Office of Mayor of '
1 pint chilled ginger ale Starke In the election to be held Betty Chandler, Defendant. Case lelngjpj"sound "
three Ingredients
In next
stir No 2889.'ORDER _____
Beat September 14th. If elected I will __
oranie juice: sherbet andre which have been combined together. endeavor to serve you In the name OF PUBLICATION AND I bi

i eream with a whirl type beater _Mix thoroughly and chill until courteous, efficient and broadminded I NOTICE TO APPEARSTATE than llget.out.do: herefy .
OF FLORIDA tot Betty madder ; <<
until well manner that I did duringmy and
mixed. ale.SUr .
ginger ready to serve. Serve .on any desired former t.rm of office duringthe I Chandler whose residence I I. La ,
| and serve at once. salad greens. period commencing October 1B4O I Vegas, Nevada. ON THE
Another and terminating- July 1942 at which You are required to appear on I DECLARE: WAR ,
kind of orange drink Summer Dream Salad. latter date I entered the .Unlt.d ::ri"r 4th. 1843.. In the above" personally : r
which is nice to fix Individually for Watermelon balls Steep Army.' t and cause, wherein
iTounelf Your aid will be greatly appreol- plaintiff seeks divorce Bradford I
in doing
the afternoon when slick.
Grapefruit sections at.d. ounty Telegraph. hall publish this KnS..andtomake it ,
|Tou're feeling a lag is this: Fresh whole''raspberries -N. D. WAIN WRIGHT. ...JR Order In next four weekly) I Issues.Witness .

Orante Cream. Pineapple segments FOR COrNfll at Htarke my hand Florida and this officialseal and' the four thingsmightsquids ,

Orange sections I hereby announce my candidacy day of "& 1843.OFFICIAL shall do oneof following :
(Serves 1)) v sUce.Blaeberrle. for the City Council .ubj.ct to ( SSEALS: J.. Thomas l' or
1 the City Election September 14. I A* Clerk of said Court.T. .
egg yolk have been a cltlsen of Starke! for Frank Landrum Starke. Florida.
*i cop orange juice Mint 48 and tax-payer for 41 Atty. for Plf. ..1 4t '-24 I ;
r. .r"i atn ___
K cop thin cream or with .
Salad dressing therSeaboardaAirr, Atlantic IN, THE CllittITCOi'RT. Bit.\o- '
evaporated mUk bed'of salad Coast Line and Florida Bust Coast FORT 'C UNTY.: FLORIDA IN I
fruit on a
Sugar, It desired Arrange railway companies. I am at present CMANCKRY. -'
\ .
according to a pattern. Serve District Welfare Martha o. BailPlaintiff I _
greens a. member of the been initalUedUmypUnt.
egg yolk until light, add or- with salad dressing and garnish with Board and -Chalrraan of : much of mr pay I If the Plan hasn't
luge juice and blend thoroughly. the Bradford County Defense Count a Set (aide as 1 w ill talk V
mint sprig ell. I W H.'Ha'll and. Lottie' Kelly. ri War bond through j ,"
I ; '
Jour into glass and'stIrtbi\ cream. Salad Dressing. lion I Ic.r : result lat'htaug'o: q U et e n da:n f sOr' u I can Plan. 'It 'wperior". and tee lfom't Ie
sweeten to the ORDER PUBLICATION AND SaYings to my ,
| taste Serve,, at once. will 'soon be spent to Improve the Payroll '
S tablespoons currant Jelly local Seaboard depot. I hall greatly NOTICE .TO- APPEAR already VU be adopted right away.
There ,
are several l delightful Harare Ji cap lemon juice appreciate your support, and. Ifelected STATE OF FLORIDA to: W. H. \ I .am signed up ,
I obtainable in fruit powders that to this office" shall render
Ji cop salad oil the beet service of which I am : of \ raise my tights.I _
salt capable. -
1 teaspoon

1 teaspoon paprika _-.L.= A. P..EN OLDS.' ... J ,
Z tablespoons granulated sugar POLITICAL A .:AtNOT'Vt-KMB'MT: k"-- the
Lynn Says in
1 hereby announce my candidacyfor I 2. If I am unable to get on
or honey the City Council subject to theCity for I Insdant will
working I
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The t chill sauce Election 14. I hf.tr If I am Payroll a ,
Score Card! Good news Is teaspoons I S.pt. .. in u11cd but bank
In been a citizen of Htarke for eight the plan U where they
and where
sight fork local
with the word that coffee Crush Jelly with year, own my own home and ex- "a. .. I J to my > ',
wpplies In the country are com* smooth. Add remaining Ingredientsand have to be a permanent cltlien. I Fir freel..'. Sake'' ... i/- I 1 haven't signed up fet will help me start. my own per
tag back to and with hand beater until shown by a* well it j .
normal present beat a* word. that IFam:; vitally Interested will do. today.. and plan.
Woipects point to an end of coffee blended.' Serve over fruit salad or in the well-belna of the 'I I ,

rationing by the middle of mixed greens.Sandwich. entire community. I was. for fireisamonthsChiefr'ofrthan. "for Watch YourKidneys I I ..
ire I
Auguat Even the current period Hints De

for rationing provides more coffee In making sandwiches soften but- partment. If elected to 'hishlarh /
office I promise to do all In my I
Per stamp than has been air ter or masgarlne; before using. Avoid power to further the heel Internet

lowed since rationing' came into melting butter:or margarine as It of the people aa a whole, includinghelping Help Them desuiM the Bloodof l ,

Wect seeps into bread and makes a greasy government rive and them the the best beet streets City Harmful.Hod y Waste ur ....... ..... heN)

Those of you ..1io',are canning t11l1n,. lo be had In keeping with onr finance ,.;Tea Udaeve. Kre-eoBetsntl* altering \ ... SICK. LDS
militaryexperience 'enutte raster Inane) |M blood__.But "
One to recent
can JSI addltlonalauppUel of sugar A good way Is to mix >4 cup pea. I feel that I am quail-, ki4ay-aome.hne>U la tkelt wot*-do I v I Ie
your nut butter apple butter or JeUywith fled extent -, mot act as Natur I** n4ed-fall t 0 ..- + nI. ,
stamps to make
put- to extend the tlr"I'.I': our _.. ImpvritUe the. *. BT retafaWmay I.
up fruit at home % cup of butter sad she. whole
easier midst. I ehall appreciate y 0 u r.uPpo..t eeleoei the syMeio) .. Spes*
'- makes: enough .
This body maealaery.
'rults and butter supply. ... ....
vegetables ,
are of enriched CAHPENciRcriT Symptom a>arIiBnta. <
18 slices VAT H. "
scarce thisyetr because of lack of spread persistent*headache attacks diastases, ;
help getting .p athte..welling. pufflaeeem4er
to pick them, and therefore bread. fruit-nut bread i. .("nr"T """0"0"0 the ejee--' a feeling ol semen :
Deices Varieties of FLORII,*, I* CHAW musty a4 los of sad etreaeYb
run high, ir C Vf TT. pep
tan, you possibly bread or chease bread make CERY. Other. .>._ of kidsVr or bladder dies YOUVE DOMEYOUROITNOWDO YOUR BESTI'!
get ta touch with anyone orange thai really II a victory Samuel S. Serra. Plaintiff; ". rarm.l. .- are eo*>otl*>ee beraiaav se sly or )1':
who baa cropi and a" to help a combination Scalla Serra, Defendant. CaseN toe frequent .._-.
with speciaL Wise u.e of enriche J 2s.4. There should. be ao doubt. thst promptreatntent 1Q11I'.1Nofua
Picking and packing of ration points. ORDER OF PUBLICATION' ( U wise thaa .- Us ''UC$2TGOI tan )
needed me nmwu uw/ttt KAM
fruJtrn-al1d also to get your own flow save AND NOTICE TO APPEAR p.*.'. PilU. '. bave boa urlealaf'rleode *, ,J Jrhii
STATE OF FLORIDA to! CarmelarValla sew for store taau forty years. \ ,
vegetables for homo II kavm cooping protl.mmiM Serra. whose residence) a ldree They have a aaclnenwide reputatloa.Moastradeil .
cog in much better condition you CIw", .,.."e.U", N_.. ,1 elo Ceter & ..II'IraU..r). Ale by grateful people tieer.ntry i.
tha 10 jU. ,"" Darpldtneul.d'ddrd .* Street, South One ever. Ash sour sif6erDOANS r : advertisement 1 a contribution"i 4Q America' all-out war effort by; 1 1
WOUld be If sU oolo... :111 SQ..m 15210: IJ4th
.a te.t possible you ",.per ."do.. Park t. I.. New York and post .
for someone 'els* to doe llo, Ill. a Of f IP* X d r .. s t I" rlo< ram-ad. 1'
tb Picking.. f / Md D"nwpe 704W Cases"ply.Rsleaa.d i Laandry. Cor. Marcy Myrtle" Av.uBr..kl'n. PILLS THE 'JOHN H. DENMARK FURNITURE CO.I :" '
I bar we.t.r.Newap.p.r I ,: New York.
You i are required to -appear- on
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October 11th. 1943. In the above
Slaughter Quotas "Hers To Hold" servers, waitresses, hat-checkers Careless Wreck master, are New hereby York that named Court and cause. wherein seal at Mtarke my hand
Plarn {'tlln plaintiff seeks an Order Flo"
acd dishwashers are: Katharine has filed her the t.mb.r 8th. { ", ,
Now SuspendedQuotas At Park Stars Cornell, Helen Hayes, Katharine Sometime during the night you nature a*of defendant a bill or In review the against abovenamed aside> came Final a Deere nullity and, declaringthe Bradford:- (QFF1C1ALANitALI! \. U

Deanna DurbinDeanna Hepburn, Ta 11 u 1 a h Bankhead Thursday, September 2, three Court and canoe,' wherein Order County In Telegraph next four shall weekly publish Issues. this L E. :t" l\IUlcllh I >, Ijakkiu &
for local slaushtere'tand Oracle Fields, Lynn Fontanne and Plaintiff seeks to vacate a decreeof da. Atty ter Plr Rviq'
soldiers and twO' women drove a divorce heretofore entered by
for butcher have been suspended i.I
Alfred Lunt George Jessel, Elaa I -
Durbin appears with a said Court In your bohalf; and -
for September and October new co-star, Joseph Gotten In Maxwell Ethel Merman. Ethel station! wt. on headlong Into a you are required to appear In said SEA FOODS CHICKEN

County Agent L. T. Dyer announced Universal' "Hers*to Hold"" which Waters. Ed Wynn, Benny Goodman creek Ihr etailles. south of Starkeon Court 1943, otherwise and cause the on allegationsoi October J1J1 DIN

'ell te rday. This means will occupy the acreen' at the Guy Lombardo, Kay Key- Road if; There was n6 collision said bill 'will' be taken a* confpsded -. STEAKS CHOPS
that anyone h 01 din g a local Basle and others by you. Bradford CountyTelegraph
ser, Count
Park Theatre Sunday, Mondayand many with 'another car SheriffA. .hall publish this orderIn
slaughter or butcher permit may Tuesday. O. Andreu, stated,..but, driving It* next four weekly Isnues DELICIOUS IRISH
butcher as many animal for mar !;! WITNEHS my hand and official'sal STEW
these Deanna, now fully'grown froma Tucker Leaves ,; along"on- iif straightroad,? they ", at Starve.; Florida; this( Bep- .
I ket an he wishes during child singing star Intoa beautiful ; ,Knocked tact/banister railing off tember Jt, 1043. '< .

q made two months.and ration Reports points turned must be In young woman, portrays .an H. C. Tucker, formerly with and 'drove 'Into the 'creek.: I. A* Clerk A.of J....aidurt.THOMAS. .. a TEMPTING, TASTY"SANDWICHES

as usual. aircraft worker, and graphic action -, th,Win. C. Cooper Funeral Home Their names are not known, nor (OFFICIAL, HEAL) MADE PIES
scenes were photographed. In Knla-ht & Knight Starke Florida.
4f Those holding farm slaughter the giant Vega aircraft plant at in-Jacksonville, but who has been the extent of theIr InjUries; but Attorney\ for Plaintiffl>(4t *-.JIN -ir-i permit must stay within theIr for the past seven months man- It''' understood. that al} five of '
Burbank. Cull/. CinrrtT<< ("I"HT. IIRANWOHD A & A LUNCHEONETTE
quotas for the quarter as usual. ager for De Witt C. Jones In them. wen taken tothe1 Alachua COUNTY<< ,. FLORIDA IN CHANCKHY. ,
"Hers to Hold" Is by far'' the '
County Hospital, Gainesville. The
Here. Is the latest on butchering
most serious picture in which Miss Starke., has resigned his positionand Mary A. Mandalou Plaintiff. .'vs. In Park Theatre Bldg. Starke '
raises car was badly damaged.
for home use: Anyone who returned to Jacksonville for I Nick Mandalou, Defendant.. Case. ,
animals butcher all he needs Durbin has appeared. Thoughthe No, 3875. '
may plot has its lighter moments, the present. He is consideringan "I ORDER: 'PITBLJCATION AND .'
for his family and for farm tenants To Renew 'T' BooksThe NOTICE TO APPEAR
offer from the Erlckson Funeral -
musical Interludes and other diverting -
sharecroppers and farm "- STATE OF FLORIDA to: Nick
highlights, the bright romantic Home in Sanford. Mandnlou whose residence l III 1488Channlna EVERY
third BRANCH
hands -quarter for commer- ,- OF
Street, N. JS., Washing
No one IB permitted to sell or thread Is never obscured. Chas W. Smith, 'who spent a cial motor vehicle Operators ends ton D. C. .
Deanna portrays the debutantewho few months with Mr. Jones six You are required to appear on
dispose of any meat without a on Sept. 30, and their ration ex-
October In above
permit. Anyone may get a permit adores an Army aviator. He months ago, returned Sunday to pires, W. L. Blair, chief clerk In named Court llth.1943 and caue the whereinplaintiff
to dispose of as much as 4 00 returns her love, but secretly rea- resume his work with the Fun- the local Rationing Board, stated ......kll divorce and custodyof .9nJupa7nce
lizes the of the attach eral Home. He lived in Gainesville children Bradford County Telesrraph -
futility .. .
pounds of meat in a year. : yesterday. 1 am asking for all shall publish this Order In
course, such person would be requIred ment. Joseph Cotton has the latter for several year prior to holders of T' books to come to next four weekly Issues.Witness _

to make monthly reports role and surpasses his previous coming to Starke, and has the office of the Rationing Board seal at stark my. hand Florida and, this official Sep.. '
i to' local rationing board and col- performances as the story cently been working in the Pa.I, beginning Sept. 15 for renewalfor tember 8th 1948, ,
reaches latka ,(OFFICIAL, SEAL> A. J. Thomas..
but shipyards.Herlong
lect and turn In ration points for. happy profound I the fourth, quarter", he said. ;i A. -Clerk of 'B..." Court.- ,, WALL
conclusion. Frank Flotlda5Attys .
i all meat transferred. T. Lanrtrum-Btarke .
Deanna's Include such VacationsDr. IV CIRCUIT (DIRT BHAttPOIIIIoi I for Plf. 9-8 4t. 8-J4
songs <' ''vry, ,FLONIIJ.'N (,'HA-- "
NOTICE favorites as "Begin the Begulne" ('.:11 V. IN rinri'iT roi'iiT. iiRinponnCOIMTV.
I am not in collusion with any and the "Kashmiri Song." M. B. Herlong will leave ORI>Elt' OF PUBLICATION AND FLOIIIUAl IN: CIIAN- AgencyConstant
faction, ring or individual in connection Saturday for a three-weeks' visitIn NOTICE TO APPEAR CFcnr..
Mary U. T>avldf>on, Warthen J. Sullivan. ; Plaintiff .vs.
with my .candidacy for Door Hot Springs, Ark. He is go- Plaintiff. Margaret Ruth Sullivan. Case
the City Council subject to the 'Stage Canteen'.At Ing to take his cousin, A. S. Her- Theodore Vs. R. Davidson Can, No. 2670 2008. Service Over 50 Years
election to be held next Tuesday.My Florida Soon; long citrus fruit grower from Defendant. NOTICE TO APPEAR
sole motive in making this Lee burg, but will likely "boll a 'MTATE OF FLORIDA to! Private STATE OF FLORIDA tot -Warthen O'l
Is Star Studded Theodore R. Davidson No. 35,379- J. Sullivan whose residence. I Phone
race is a desire to serve our City."I little" also, while there, he said 01)3, Headquarter & Headquarter 100 W. Washington. Streets, .Qreenavlll Please P, ,146
take this opportunity of yesterday Company, 28fh Signal Construction -, 8. Car. .
Since March 1942, when. the Battalion,. APO 1218, 0101| Post You are required to appear '
the f Starke
assuring people
famous Stage Door Canteen in
that if elected to on the
a place
New York opened its doors to
Council, 1 shall use best
City my ''
soldiers, sailors and marines of
efforts to secure an Improvementin
the United! Nations' millions of
sanitary conditions together I
civilians have fired one questionat
with a badly,needed streetcleaning : -
servicemen who have visited

of the program weeds,, as to well get Starke as Improving out- the popular entertainment rendezvous -
: '.'What's the -Stage Door
and beautifying the parka Canteen like?" FOR THE PROGRESS AND FUTURE
within our bound*".-L. A. Ren-
That la'now
question aqswered
noldu. (Paid Pol. Adv.) -. -
or'curious civilians In the spectacular -

VOTR FOR ALVAREZ celebrity-filled production. )
Although I have no opponentIn I "Stage Door Canteen" which will

my candidacy for reelectionto be shown at the Florida Theatre OF
the office of City Marshal in parting'( with the midnight show STARKE VOTE FOR AND ELECT

the election to be held next 'Tuea- Saturday and continuing through ,
day, I shall "greatly appreciateyour SundaY..and Monday '.

vote anyhow I am sorry The theme of the picture is
It was not possible for me to get the simple: and poignant love

around to see alt my supporters, story of an American soldier

Again. I greatly appreciate your about.to leave for overseas duty
1 patronage in the past, and shall and a beautiful young Broadway

thank each and every one of you actress who serves as hostess at
Individually if you will mark the the'canteen.

ballot in my favor just the same Among the famous stars of

as if I. had an apponent. stage, screen and radio who are
A. L. Alvarez. (Adv.) seen serving as entertainers food W. N."BILL" CARNASIOi

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N-O-T-I-C-E,, '

Anyone wishing transportation or ,Job at Jacksonville

Shipyards, see J. W. Jordan at Jordan's Hotel' Court. ,
Station' Wagon Leaves Park Theatre At ,5:15 A.: M. :; .

Arrives Back In Starke At 5:15 :$ l.
P. M. Daily Except : .
,,'" fI' .
SundayCLASSIFIED ,:\to(; .
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7 PERMANENT WAVE 59d Do WANTED, ,' 1' 'd ,f ""

your own Permanent with Listings on apartments houoen or '. \ *' 'I
,I I Charm-Kurl Kit. C o m p lete home for rest,. located within SO "i. : I. .- ... ffsM 'foil,...yr!
equipment, including 40 curlers mile* of Starke) '. f ..j \ "I' "! i.:

and shampoo. Easy to do, absolutely 119 East Call Street .. "" }' .. < (, > "'.. '''' 'l
I"" -' ,'''' .'' r I II!"
) harmless. Praised by W. T. CLUTE Realtor : c , .
thousands, including Fay Mo- f. I
Kenile, glamorous movie star. WANTED-Old to1 rs'r *
phonograph reo- .' ;. .... "J",. \ *
Money refunded If not. satisfied. orcr, 8 : ..
r I- ,," f. .
.. Koch's Drug Store. paper. Phone 179, Pal Music .' .,. .",\\ P ,. t \
t C '
Co Starke Fla \ ,
: U 4s,' ; i '
: FOR RENT--one 30-acre farm \ >, .",t.' 'U_.: three mlles west of Lawtey: ..
WOULD BUY OR SELL .V I. 1i.t < ..
': ." ,
House' and. 'out. buildings. All milk cows / .
; stock cows, beef cattle -
i ,land. farmed this year See Doc .
stock '
bulls or hogs, In :
WainwrIght.Sunday only ; E'' ; '"
touch 'with, rs
J. D. Odom; Jr., ,. '
9-10 3tp
Box 247 Starke; Box 204 Lake <
\s WANTED-nenographer and general City; Telephone 431 Lake City. I' y'c'a ,AI,' .....:. ...,..
clerk. Permanent position Auction market every Tuesday,' 1 dies "': '"!

with good opportunity for advancement. Lake City, 2:30: ; every Thurs "f. .. '..;'.:"'.'0,,
Write P. O. Box day. Palatka 2PM. 1-6-44 ,. .

121. 9-10 2tp WANTED .uN ,, .
middle-aged' white '

WANT TO BUT-350 barrels of lady to act as companion and .",I' .,

corn. Write stating price expected take care of home for elderly ..... d...
,, or see me at ,,,Green's couple. Must live on premises. ( j'
;, Btore.__L.-.J. Green. It Apply Smith's Garage 9-10 2tp ,< N / ;:

FOR RENT --Two comfortable FOR SALE-Norths Id! e service 1. ,,', ;'c V ''t.
&l .
station'' 'mlle t ',::1'; j.
bed rooms convenient to bath. north of townon ,' ',' I
1 ;. )f<
Road 13. Property Includes .
Two blocks from business district. ( ; .
.-Mrs. 'E*, .S.. Matthews, building stock and fixtures. See I I ..., > *- ,i '

Walnut St.- John, Hege, ;owner. at station. r -w. at4 .., ;
Itp //to.
WANTED TO BUY-Late .. I.'fo .
model b '" a '
RJc /' "'
electric refrigerator. Must be la SPENCER SUPPORTS, brassieres :" '" "I"' ", '.;7."...... ,'"
.: : 'i.
good condition.-Mrs. I* S. Individually designed for maternity .

Green, Green's Store It ,poet operative floating ,
I kidney, I'eneral'tI gue, back-
FOR SAUB!-70-acre farm. Good I

buildings Crop. Livestock. 305 ache.Madison Card addressed St, will Mrs.bring Pearce.service A BUSINESS EXECUTIVE WHO WILL

New fence. ,Telephone 133 or r to you. lip ADMINISTER THE AFFAIRS OF

;, writ. P. O. Box, 484, Starke.

Pis 9-10-itp FOR RENT-100 percent modern

FOR RENT-Store building Call cottages. Mao regular hotel-

Street, Starke., Ready October style sleeping rooms.--Jordan's STARKE A'SOUND CONSTRUCTIVE AND
1. Apply Telephone 133 or P. O. Hotel- Court. 3 .ml.,' old highway : BUSINESSLIKE MANNER.
Ncv 48. lip
Box 484. ltp .. -

FOR SALE-Six sows and feeder FOR SALE-Man's bicycle, A-l

pigs. Good stock, cross Poland- condition .,2, practically new YOUR VOTE AND) SUPPORT WILL '
China and Hampshire. If interested tires. Apply Firestone Trailer 'BE APPRECIATED NEXT, TuEsDAY -

Court. call by Jordan's Hotel ltp Park. Keystone Heights. ltp .

LOST-One medium slsed red and .
HOUSEKEEPER WAN T.B2 O white pled cow with bull calf.

Sleep In or. out. Medical certificate Cow marked crop upper bit. SEPTEMBER 14. '.

required. Four room, straight split one ear under ..

i cooking man >and 7-year i girl square ,other, ear. branded HC. ;;S,"."),,/,.' ."."' ..M.";,..
Call 179. Mr. Marotta. ltp Calf' not marked., orbranded.. v
Reward.-A. D. Crosby. Rt. 2,
LOST-Brown leather wallet containing .t.;
c Box: : 210. Starke. 9-10 Stp
Army papers, no money. (This ,Ad Paid For By Friends of'W. N. "Bill- Carnasion '" '* .' '
Initialled H I, O. $5 reward for I FOR RENT -Cottage, also garage )
return to Bradford County Tele- apartment', on Klugsley Lake.C. -- .- -

graph.-Harold: L Gayoor, ltp A. Futch. Itp yh


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