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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 17, 1943
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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arby Mayor; BLACKOUT BETTERTuesday : County.Fair' Bradford County Lagging "



Edwards : night's surprise practice blackout was an encouraging Will Be Held '

orode, \ from improvement perfect. over previous failures here, but was. still far t, ). In 3rd War Loan Drive : 11


tuncilmen The test lasted almost an hour, with the first "blue signal" November 1-6

being sounded at 9:31: P.. M. and the "all clear" being flashed .

over the radio at 10:23.: Quotas Assigned "

arles A. Darby young Stark The most obvious flaw in evidence Tuesday night was the Leo, M. BeStaney and his "Be- Starke Theatres Back The Attack

inessman. was elected mayo fact that many Starkeltes seem to think that the first (blue) taney Greater Shows" will perform -

Cty'election! when signal la all there Is to a blackout and that anything coming after at the' Bradford County; To Lawtey

1 TueSday's voters visited the polls. AI the that truth.simply'' means "all clear. Nothing, could' be further from of Fair Nov.in Starke 1-6: according during' the to weal an With Free Shows For Bond BuyersW. '

the vote was "big" ,for i iIt a ,
ugh nouncement wade thin week
bj
election, It "till represented A steady two-minute blast on the siren Is the "blue" signal S. A. Weldon, President of the Hampton BrookerWith

slightly more than 80 per- This means that enemy planes are apparently approaching this Bradford County Fair Aasocla N. Carnaslon, manager, an The Florida Theatre, Mrs Thou ,

1 of the total 1,077 elector vicinity. All lights in business houses and residences' should be tlon. 'This makes 1U nounced yesterday that the Park F. Grady, owner Is cooperating
t: Carnival:
Drive one-third of the Third
Loan
In the Third War by
D were qualified. extinguished at once. Automobile traffic may continue, but cars headquarters/*,i In Daytona Beach, Theatre would actively support exhibiting a War Bond Premiere War Loan Drive already past

Derby received 225. .votes will must have dimmers on. Pedestrians can proceed., and has recently shown there and the Third w. Loan Drive bypresenting showing of "Hit Parade of 1943", Bradford Countlans have Invested

second high man, forme A, series pf wavering blasts lasing five minutes, is the "red" In Gainesville, The four week! a War Bond Premier Tuesday night Sept. 21, under only $91,618.75 In War Bonds-

/Or N. D. ,Walnwrlgh The three? Jr.othe, remg signal (NOT the "all clear" as, many seemed to think Tuesday prior to coming to Starke' will be showing of "We've Never Been sponsorship of the Junior Worn.'ft' 1 less than one-third of our $197- 1

191. night). This means that enemy planes are almost overhead and spent la Jacksonville: Club. 422 'quotaThis .
In the race were JameijHolIlngsworth Licked" on Thursday, Sept. 30,,
ldates bombs may start dropping moment. Automobiles in mo- ,,No detailed announcement has
any U definitely not
with 113, W. N. at 9:30: P. M. Two free tickets to the show a good
36 and Henry Man tion must pull in to the curl and turn off dimmers.. All pedes, yet ,been made as, to the various will be given to every person showing a I nee several Florida
tlfarlon Tickets for this War Bond
trians must seek prizes and 'awards to be offered,
shelter. wiio has purchased at least a counties have already surpassed
i 23. Usually following the "red"; signal will come, another "blue" but they will, be made on the Premier will be placed at the $100 bond since Sept. 9, MrsGrady their quotas and past experiencehere
| Torode, Jr., and W. M. exhibits1 Florida Bank at Starke and the
W r. E. usual it was stated
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signal, meaning that enemy planes have passed ,on'over'the town; stated. The Junior Club, has shown that the first .
elected to fill theo ,'
wards were Agricultural exhlblts are souI'Mfrom local post office and will be given
Automobile traffic be resumed with dimmers, and pedestriansmay working cooperation with the< 100.000 is the "easy" money
on the City Coun may free to who War
vacancies buys
i all sections of the County- anyone a
Third War Loan Committee and It's the second hundred thousandthat
continue on their all Ughts remain off. i
was high man among way but Bond of denomination."The .
lorode Brooker, 'Lawtey, K a m p ton, any under Mrs. takes the sweat. ,
Contrary to general belief, there Is no signal on the sirento Immediately MyrtlceCsrpetter
melt candidates with a total Starke Graham, Hellbronn t I Park Theatre 1 s very chairman of theWoman's enthusiastic work"by
while Edwards was Indicate the "all clear" This Is broadcast over the radio In spite of
] 519 votes, Springs and other communities happy to cooperate In this great
Division, will h a v e school children and civic or-. .
and with 279. Three other and' (If you are not near a radio, the only way you will know It and exhibits are ,expected from drive." Mr. Carnaslon stated yes charge of the sale of bonds In ganlzatlons. It 1. going to take ,

litotes In the Council race relived is "all clear" is when the street lights come on again the various schools of the County terday, "and I woul4 like to sue connection with the free tickets something more-a great deal

the following 'vote: L.' A Although blue, red, blue and all clear U the usual sequenceof "Start nowst> saving up your a packed house at the premier Persons who have already more-If Bradford County hopesto

Holds 189 I J. L.' SllcOX- 132: signals, its I. possible that more than one red signal will be best corn, hay,' pumpkins, potatoes showing of 'We've Never Been bought bonds may obtain tickets reach It* quota. It means .that i

H. Carden 71- sounded during a blackout for the ilmple' reason that another ,' seeds, plants and everything Licked1." Although a free ticket by_bringing them to the Florida every dependable adult In the. '

[TWO candidates who were un- wave of enemy planes might attack the town after the first reused on the farm.R* F.. Dem- will be given for he purchase Theatre and asking' for ;Mrs. county must accept: It ,as his Individual ,

x>sed received the following) had gone on' by and the second blue signal had been sounded. ocest. member 6f the Exhibit of a Bond of any false I hope Grady. responsibility and Invest ''I i
Police A. L. Al Committee, satd yesterday. Canned each will a* I
of that buy
I': Chief This is what was done Tuesday night when the sequence of ,signals person what he can-to the last penny ; (
rel 494. and City ''Clerk Car! goods, fruit, vegetables and largo f(; one as possible" !!
in War Bonds without to
waiting
all clear. ,
blue
was blue, red, red berries, are especially desired he Large Companies '
416.
I Another weak point In all blackouts here 'to'date has been said. No'iive-stock be asked,, t
or poultry
officials1 office Aid County'sWar
I take
District Governor
The new the apparent failure of store'proprietors to'assume the responsibility will b* on exhibit,this year; II' After all why-In the name of '

} the next meeting of" the, City of coming out to turn off the lights in their store being only six Weeks off farmers, To Visit RotaryAt Bond Quota'' common sense-should one Amerl- .
Oct. B.
neU on windows and neon signs. Each store owner should have a definite schoolsand all who expect tc can Citizen In, perfectly good : f

arrangement with someone who can turn his lights off In have exhibits,' are urged to plan Night MeetingThe The Interest In Starke of two health sit down and wait for J 1 t,
police Announce large corporations serving try! another American citizen who la :
is to be out of town or lives for them aow. t
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the
case of, a blackout, proprietor Rotary Club of Starke will
people of this community was Just as busy (or perhaps busier) f ;
uetest Week-End too, far away to hear the signals. The fair ,this year' will be held have an "unusual"' regular meetIng shown this week In the alloca to come around and BEG him to <

\ City officials stated yesterday that business men find It dif- In a hlaher/dryer place than for next Wednesday! when Mr. tiers of flS.OOO In outside funds buy War Bond, getting back $4 I
The process of changing from have switch Installed for merly. The' sits will be on the and Mrs L. A. Davis will be hostsat '
ficult to take care of their lights can a for the purchase of War Bonds for every $3 Invested and at, the I
w group or organisation to an- very little expense in some accessible spot outside the store so Johns estate Just south 'of the a lawn party and supper In Bradford County. same time helping to shorten the
at Camp Blandlng.has given Peggy rallrqad and west of Road honor of Harry M. Smith District
that *n. authorized person can cut it ,off. It is not practical to Vernon Howard,' manager 01 war save American, lives and
Irq merchants and others atying this would cut off 13 In the south'' end of town. It Governor of Rotary International the Starke Coca-Cola Co.,. received Inflation T It Isn't 1
throw the master switch at the light plant as prevent ;Just ;>"
: spell. The lull In bust- was formerly held back of the who will visit the club .
for from '
func- a check 110,000 and
service and other necessary logical. Each man. woman
units telephone'
refrigeration ,, I \
has been accompanied by a school house,, which was) often on that day. '
his this week which (
the blackout.. company child should do'If hat he can ;
lull In other ions during
ipondlng ways wet and Inaccessible.
The regular" noon luncheonmeetlnl' Immediately Inv eat e d ,inSeries' .. asked. ,
and if was, without. waiting -to be !.
makes ,
[jUcordlng: to J. B., Rowe, jailor; It'"has b.en'wisely said that ract1ce perfect" No fair, wasv-ftwid! last year ,be 'will not beheld and the C.War Bonds at the Florida Lawtey, Hampton ,Brooker !I /
'irst 'continues to' a's much lit did Tuesday night'over ,
the Improve '
Saturday nlghf Starke cause of the>'Sho\'taB'e of gasolineand evening meeting will begin) at T Bank at Starke. Assigned Quota "

In his memory that there was the time before, we may soon have a blackout, that the town rubber," and out of respect to o'clock. Mr and Mrs. Davis have Further Impetus to the local ;
firsttime In Bond
lome sort of arrest. reported can be proud of. the requests of President Roosevelt also extended their hospitality. to Third War Loan Drive was given For the a
drive here the surrounding townsof
Bradford ,County had Governor Holland. But Rotary Anne and each member 1 I. when H. N. Fairbanks, manager and Brooker''

Police Chief A. L., Alvarez veriMr Motorcade; See since many county fairs were held asked to bring his wife or "sweetheart" here for the ',Florida Power .ALight have Lawtey been, Hampton definite
ed Rowe'a report'of theuwetnees" last year regardless of these conditions handed check assigned quotas
BHS Enrollment to the supper meeting. Co., was a which they will be responsible forraising. '
and the Bradford
of Starke. Saturday Pulpwood CaravanAt requests for 15.000 from this company to They are: :[
fjht by saying that no arrests County Fair Association decidedto be Invested la this district, Mr. f t
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Lake Blanding BirthdayTo
CityIt -$20,000.
are made by the City Police OffOpening stags a "bigger and better"fair Fairbanks apportioned It as follows Lawtey jBrooker j
Slightly this year, and have plenty'of Be CelebratedAt -$19,000.: q< f i
partment. Waldo and
each to
is hoped that Brad ford all. : $1,000 Hampton-$10,000. f t '
.. wholesome! entertainment for to
Farms and $3,000
County will have a good representation USO SaturdayThe Penney These quotas are cash purchase

aile Buys day enrollment at of farmers, wood-cuttdrs,, Staike. price and not face value of bond i
illiam B. H.' S. )last week totaled 949 Interest USO, corner Temple and Mr. Fairbanks Is director of the
Lots'' contractors, merchantsand High ''
pulpwood Division of the
students a slight decline from Washington Sts., will be the Payroll Savings No More Releases (f
business men present at.Lake of colorful formal dance War Loan Drive In thin. county -
scene a
I On Sept. 8 Mr", and'.Mxs.'!: Wood- opening day 1942 when 983 boys
B a. Halle purchased .two lots and girls registered. Several factors City next Tuesday to ,learn Just PlantProgress Saturday night In honor of the and has contacted all outside concerns From Farm Work (

om Prof. E. Ln Williams Just might contribute here to the thla decline how' vital pulpwood Is to winning In Freezer the Ird anniversary first troops of to the be arrival stationedat of an effort that serve to,have this them communityIn apportion -I County Agent Says ', \:
enrollment "Saluteto
t of his former residence near In the war. TheArmy's

e Intersection of Church and year: the number of 12th grade PI'pwood"'Caravan"; will be I la being made'',toward Camp Blandlng( on,' Sept. 14, a to.part Bradford of their I County Bond, purchases' By L. T. Dyer, County Agent '.",' ,I
All Service who in
'aahlngton streets. The two lots boys who have Joined the armed 'a of cold and freezer 1940. men are The farm labor problem was ;
there on that day as part retting a storage Invited to beguests The Coca-Cola Co.. made a f
the are
vicinity \
mblned were 100'x ,100 feet, forces; the reluctance of students put Into ,the hands,, of' the Agricultural -
fts tour through 10 states to Im locker plant a t atarke,. County of the USO that time- further contribution to the driveat
at
d the consideration was in the 3o give up well-paying "summer"jobs Agent L. T. Dyer said. yesterday.Since enthusiastic meeting held Extension S e r vice by ,' J1
.borhood of $40O.,' It Is the and return to school; and the press the publio with the importance the WPB Issued an order Many special features have been an and attended by Congress. It will be a big problem ., .

iles' Intention to 'build a Borne fact' that the Army' personnel ,at of pulpwood. about two weeks ago releasing, planned for'this occasion and a Tuesday night The ImpressiveWar [ to handle and plans are ,be.Ing v

'ee, If and when material may Camp Blandtng right. now Is at H. A. Carlton chairman of sufficient material for the con birthday cake bearing three, can 43 employes.Bond film. "Figure It Out worked out now to take cam

shad. A low ebb.Difficulties., Bradford County's Victory Pulpwood struction of these plants, Mr. Dyer dies will be' awarded to the man Yourself" was shown and Mr. of serious shortages of 1 a b o r t
Campaign committee states who has spent the longest lengthof fIn
out with such
wherever shortage appears.
of starting
Professor Williams, former has been busy Investigating the Fairbanks to 'the gathering
spoke
that a motorcade will go over time at Blandin,. Other prizes and
'
faculty this summer
this
entirely I new county
Hi! an need the demand for
principal now living In Dal- almost and one on the 'Importance of each one
Ironed out andB. I'rom Starke and several persons will be given away during theevening. fall farmers, after finishing
*, Texas!, recently sold his home have been needed to fill their cars with here doing his part in this drive, no many
George Kopelousoa of the Park .- H. S. is now set for another are take themto Since his article In the Telegraph matter how small. thelB farm work have come '

ate, successful year. Only four "old" interested people and details last week, he has been An elaborate floor show has At the conclusion of the meetIng to my office for a temporary' release t :

teachers remain !In high school Lake City. For further swamped with requests for freezer been arranged for further fnter- Bond purchases totaling $974.- from farm work to work
conditions, contact Mr. Carlton or talnment of the guests and some elsewhere. These releases have
to wartime lockers and cold'
dds and due storage space. 83: cash) were pledged average
(
New Roof; faculty' members resigned almostas County Agent a L. T. Dyer.Soldiers !is says that numbers of people of the artists 'to appear are old ing $13.36 per employe. been Issued in nearly every case.
favorites who are always enthusiastically 'These workers are to return to t
appointed
were
W. N. fast as they who live in the county and patronize -
ark Theatre Carnaslon owner of the before the opening of school. One To Play plants In other towns are received at the USO. the farms about the first of the I
Is having George holds the Pvt. Guy Massano, outstanding Prince Closes to make another crop. (
"n: teacher, who perhaps HereA very anxious that one be buUt year (
put a new roof on his, reside record for brevity of service, resigned Softball here to save transportation and accordionist and Cpu Anthony Tailor ShopMr. Now,' Information has Just ,been .

l venue on the corner ;r'of Temple six days after being softball game will be played time. Gledraltls, well-known singer are received from the State Office In Ie'
and Hens '
> to Jefferson St. elected. Saturday afternoon between, two Mr. Dyer 'has had two or three among those who will play"return 'and Mrs. Ed Prince and 3ainesvule'that no more releases
have his house painted engagements at the club. New of the Starke-Blandlng will be Issued for off ,the farm ,
* but has the many new faces of. soldiers/ One team will offers from Individuals) who would family,
t, not yet let ,the course Among behind the faculty desks are: represent team the 344th Medical Reg!" build the plant, but he Is now Investigating entertainers. I n c luding a trombone Tailors in the Rabeck building' work, but that these farm worJc.oen

seen loIn; Blanchard Law. formerlyof ment from Camp, Blanding. The the possibility of the soloist, magician, and tap on South Walnut St.. packed up who are looking for employment I

Winter Haven but ,who has other team will be from Keystone Stat. remodeling'the present cold dancer will also appear. their belongings 'and left town will be referred to'that 'of'q'

At made her home for the past few Air Base. The game will be played storage rooms at the Farmers' 'Cpl. Francis Hamabe will add rather suddenly late Thursday rice for assignment to work In

The Library in Starke where her husband on the high school, field, and Market which would require very to the fun by drawing caricaturesof afternoon Sept. 9. They simplyleft oltrus grove and vegetable farms o

COLONEL years is employed at Camp Blan- anyone Interested Is Invited to Uttle material :compared to the the soldiers In the lounge dur. a sign on the door stating In South Florida If no ,Job can be ,

EFFINGHAM'SD teaches mathematics attend. ,At the conclusion a construction of a new plant. ing the evening. Cpl. Hamabe Is that people may get their clothes found In this county.
U a Georgia story Written ding. She work to "Old Barge's Place". Those farm workers who do not
sandwich will be served at Among those being contacted a famous cartoonist whose by going J
i supper
Berry by a native' of the ,state, and physics.The in VocationalAgriculture the USO for members .of the In regard to this plant are rep- has appeared In leading; newspapers They had been In Starke overa wish to leave the county should

l Its Fleming It 'Is sathVatl new course Staf- resentatives of the State Extension and magazines over the year, Mr. Prince taking an active try to find Jobs in the county. If
by teams.
instructed
gentlest. and beat ,agreeably is far- f Service, the WPB and two country. He has) contributed fre- : part In the work of the Aircraft no ,such Jobs are available they

written" and" always, entertainlng. ford L. Crews, well-known and or. three companies which build quently to The New Yorker. : Warning Service and Mrs. may find work in the Victory

DAWN. mer of the New Board River member.section :Mr. Ella Mae O'Neal there plants,, As soon 'as' more Dancing partners will be furnished Prince being very much InterestedIn Pulpwood drive by'cutllnc pulp-
OVER THE'AMAis former School definite Information be obtained various phases of Red' Cross wood. With the crying need for
20N at the Ella Mae: O'Neal, 33. died may by the Girts' Service Or. (,
agriculture
a tremendously colorful Crews studied Mrs. that and with the scarcity
miles northwestof a committee wUl be named ganization. work. It Is understood they pulpwood
and dramatic novel. It 1* University of Florida. at her home six of and? a meeting called of all interested went to New York though some of pulpwood cutters one can always -
M. Sunday will served
carleton formerlyof Starke at 1 P. Punch and cake be
Beats' biggest 'and Mrs. Julius L. "Thorn people to discus tile say they ,went to Connecticut. find a Job near home He
beat She was'born in members of the Woman's Service
attack. by
book to date It !. ImPoealbie Indiana, but now making her a heart can cut pulpwood on his own
proposition
but moved to who will also
to summarize'Its complex Starke where Mr. Thorn Baker Counly. Organization his neighbor's) farm or r
meantime farm on
home in la the Dyer
Mr.
four ago.She act hostesses for the evening. Cemetery WorkingA
and USO-YMCA. Bradford County years as ,
richly various narra- is director of the her husband would be glad to discuss the mat- on land leased by regular wood ,
LIve. survived by
Is
The 8th Grade '
action is climaxed 7th and
She teaches ter with those (interested. cemetery working will behold cutters.
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by the .plc defense of 'the fortOn English W. H. O'Neal:and three Lilly daughters O'Neal; Hog Vaccinating at Beulah Church eon Saturday I Temporary farm releases for '

the Amazon where the Warren of'Mala.- Doris, Myrtle i other work will be granted onlyIn
forces :Mrs. Clarine Edward O'Neal; five Girls DeportedPolice Now Under WayDr. Sept. 23.: All Interested persons
h@at of the United'' Americas I hoff. Texas; 4th Grade.' one son, Stewart John are asked to come and bring. exceptional cases. >'

off the military' Invaders. Mae Herlong. Mlcandpyi7th ; brothers-Floyd Jack London, assistant J 1 :
A I Miss Stewart.and. Carl Stewart aU .of Chief A, L. Alvarez reported tools and lunch.Building '
thrilling novel* and 8th Grade Science. Joe Stewart of Jaclwonvllle that three more "girls" State Veterinarian s p e nt three Building PermitsCity ,
Richmond
the Among other new books at"brary I Mrs. Nancy Parkerson IIg' Starke and Arthur Stewart of were taken to the detention home days In ,the county'' last week Permits, .

a HSN':. may be found I .. Va.; Bookkeeping I and Lakeland, one sister, Cortne Net. near Ocala Wednesday. In error, vaccinating hogs, and expect toe Clerk Carl Johns this week

AGAIN HEARTS ARE LIGHT and English'10. and her father and the Telegraph baa been reportingthat > here three days, Thursday City Clerk Carl Johns, on Sept. Issued the following/building 'permits
Lawtey ;
LOT by Emille Loring; PI- ). Tucker Cross Ues. Mr.; and Mrs. Arthur they were taken In each Friday and Saturday next week ,,11. Issued a building permit to ; '(a i fWIm.

BAILS OUT by, Don City. English. American History. mother. case by Chief Alvarez when In Sept. 23, 2., and 23. according to Mr*. Muriel Norman for $19S: To W, B. Mundy.: $150 }o, repair

Blanding; you CANT. ESCAPE and Problems In American Democracy Stewart. services were held reality .no matter where: the arrests L. T. Dyer. County Agent. 'for the purpose of repairing ceilings the foundation" bla ,home;
Funeral
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by Faith Baldwin; CATS afternoon at the South are made or who made them Those who wlsrt to have thelfiog windows, etc.., I o present To J. W. Andrews. Jr., $100 for < y
PROWL ,
AT NIGHT A. A. Johnson. eo 8DOl, Monday should list them with of Mrs. Amanda Sllcoxin addition of I
by }[rS. SI* Cemetery with the Rev. the girls are taken or sent by treated residence a room to ,a residence ,
r '
t** River.; MALTA STORY by w. N, '(C.Continued* 3rd.' grade on page eight) Willie Prong,Crews,officiating. Sheriff A. O Andreu. Mr Dyer as soon as, possible. Lafayette St. it the rear of the Ford garage.





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TRLEORAPIL BTARIDE FLOIUDA FRIDAY, SEI'TI\unt::
TWO BRADFORD (COUNT : It,
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Lucile Hall, Wayne MatchetlDoris routes, the same' to take ette Columbus Brooks, Elpy Barton, I Bond Salesman Ol>y and gone back 7

Home. the second month of school. Eugene Wilson, Willie Lee Paul, Blanding. he will comin'operate
and Billy
Parker
The Bradford County Telegraph of
Morris Gaynor, Danbury,
The Board granted the request James Daniels Irutler, Frank In the sale t
few in Starke of
Erlabllabed 1877 HONORS SERVICE BOYS of the Red Cross Chapter that Chandler James Reason, Ulysses Conn., spent a days especially In the .
Miss Dorothy Watterson entertained Mrs. Ruth Morse, Red Croi Clark, Theodore Duncan. Earl recently as guest of hits son, drive which ThIrd, War
i' MUMBBR.. with Saturda; be allowed Corporal Hal Gaynor. Hal has began this
a party volunteer school worker, Cook Willie Donley Napoleon lives In ***
F7ARfl PmSASSOCA110N evening, Sept. 11, honoring all to ride the bus In every Leartic Strickland, Washington been stationed at Camp Blanding back of theLiquid the garage
who are enjoying a unanimously Eddie almost since the beginning, but Eastern Auto
service boys Thursday Theyalso Byrd
\ Chambers, Robert 8e
4 IiDlQRJALAS5.UDI')( e store, and his
baa been
18 months wife
for the last '
home. Inauguratlo Who
leave at approved the Parnell, Louis Tomle Cromlty, II
Long Island
.. L.* Matthews _________ Editor and Ownet Quite a number we're preset of a VocatlonaW&gricultural Prc Henry Brown, Robert Lee Hs 4., at the 'Starke Armory.'In his. duties at will arrive the I
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and In the Bradford High Lout Ingram. addition to
and different indoor games gram Pumpy Ransom, Arthur
SUBSCRIPTIONRATE music were enjoyed. Later they, School this school year, provide William Dewey Diggs Wil- the Armory'; Corporal Gaynor has) 1 tNtcK
Invited into the dining room a teacher can be secured. Luznpklna, Lonnie Goston, old about $50.000 worth of War
l.7ai Six Month, '1.00 were lard
Yearly, said Rl 1 1I
1 he
j' bonds since January ,
and Hun-
where ice cream. Cookies The following teachers were approved James Cornelius GIbbs, Ollie
VubllshedV'eekly on Friday and Entered ..* Second drinks were served to the guest for BHS: Mrs. Ray Can; ter, James Bell, Robert Edward last week. He also talked a Camp
Mr/ Parkerson, Miss May William, Blanding Major Into buying $30-
Class Matter at the Post Office at Starke, Fla. Nancy ; Jones, Sidney James
--. -. WMU MEETINGMrs. Herlong, Mrs. H. B. Warren, Mn. Oliver Alvson Miller, Albert Smith 000 la bonds which he purchased 41.66
-- Tldwell hostea Rosa Coole; X,./Lambert Johnson Jr., Johnny R08sVUbur; Strong, !'In Jacksonville 1 I
Ethel was
Because of the unusual amount of space being devotedto to the W. M. U. of the Baptit Mrs. Alice,,Evans, and Mn Arthur Flowers. !' Although hi ha left the Arm- for Malotwl sy.Nom .,*

advertising and publicity for the third: War I oan Drive Church .at her home Thursday; Julius Thorn.

the editorials usually found in this column have been omit- afternoon Sept, 9. Twelve members -

ted from this issue .of the Telegraph. and two visitors were presen List' Of Selectees Under Way

and :Mrs. K. B. Watterson was In From County -
'charge of the program Th

'' UNCLE Royal Service Material was Uled. Since January 1 M$ t g, '
and the topic for the month:
Marching Orders for the Wit The following la a list of regis-

JOE'S] nesses-Act*. 18.; The Bib i e trants of the Bradford Count

Study was given by Mrs. Jessie< Selective Service Board who<
.1'1 MorganDaniel As Intercessor, have joined the Armed Force..

a11, ,, s. +; Dan. 923. Different material since Jan. 1.' 1943::


By J. L. IIARKELL was: Are read for We by Christ As members Individuals In Our referrlnjt'o Dally Witnessing ;- Churchvllle James Julius Rlcka White; P1 Noah c k r e n Ernest, Jo< \\i\\ ,< : 1i


and think Life Davis, William Colonel Crosby,,
Before I started to work at camp are too bossy,
Camp Blanding I used to think they know everything. Has your During the business hour plant Harold A. Johnson, Lester Arnold
that the rank of commissioned officer husband, Lt. Smith, been having were discussed about the week McMillan, John Bruce McCall,, \
*' started at the bottom with any trouble with them?" of prayer for State ML lon.. Arallday Walter'' Murphy King, Louie Lee

2nd lieutenants and worked on "Yes, Lieutenant, he has. And meeting will be held'althe Watnwrlght, ,Floyd Cowart, Lawrence -
up to the four-star generals. But ,he says that If one of those three- church Sept. 23. White Cross Elm ore Parrlsb, Arthur
riding: home on the bus one after-' star generals did not behave him- dues were collected and member Dewey ,Griff,' DeWitt Charlie S

noon, from Starke to Lawtey. I self, the 2nd Lieutenants are go- were urged to contribute coupons Crawford, Kelly Lee Bradley, William -
overheard the conversation of a Ing to demote him to a four-star for the Children' Home in Ar Junior Dukes, Melvin William -

bevy of young ladles, and now I.. general." cadla. Henley, George Washington
know that I have been dwelling. "My''' husband, Lt. Jones, has Afterward Mrs Tidwell, assist' Langley, :Arthur,Lonnie Redding,,
In Ignorance all these years. told me the same thing and ask- ad by Mr. Berthea Dennison and Azure Wallace Johns, Trammel)
It was Just after pay day and I ed If I'd put my approval on the Betty Durling, served fruit punch,, Olenn May., Thomas MacDonald Ir
gathered the Impression that these demotion if and when It was sandwiches and cookies Scott, Wallace Louis Thigpen, Jr.,,
sweet young things were on their done. Of course, I said I would; Robert Henry Crundell, Howard
to Jacksonville to put theirbusbandll' fop we 2nd Lieutenants who wear Mr., and Mj C. L. Falrclott Martin, Clarence Jessy Denton,,,
way Into circulation skirts are the ranking''officers and son, Donald, visited relatives William Nicholas Long, Walter
again. However pay what interested and should support our husbands it Live Oak last week-end.,, Woods, Paul Starling, Volley DR

me more than anything else was in their Army duties" Archie Elland of the' Merchant Leonard M o K 1.n n e y.Glen H, $"WAR LOAN I
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their habit of addressing each '"Of'course' we should, darling. Marine 1* enjoying a two weeks' Thomas William Hardy Dixon,
other as Mr. Lieutenant Jones, I've already promised my Lieutenant leave at home. Bryon Columbus;Brantley, James
Mrs. Lieutenant Brown and so on. that I would O. K. the demo- June Johnson 0: Jacksonville Dverstreet SsweH, William Henry '
I thought at first they were 'a tion. By the way, did you notice spent the past week here visiting Towers, Julian Earl McRae, Ralph "
bunch of WACS and I want to that snooty looking''Starke ladyat relative and friends. Laurie Bradley'Hugh Bedlel Ing- 1 FORNb'ASION
apologize to the WACS right now the bus station T Well, my own Mr*. AlvIn Streeter left last ram, Mitchell Troy Knight, Lewis ...
for thinking they could be s6 aunt Introduced me to her the week' for Gloster, Miss.., where Harvey> Daugherty, Joseph R u- L'
snooty and Ignorant. I soon found other day as plain 'Mrs. Smith', I ihe will be ,near her husband iolph Crew, William George Blrt, Your part Is to back this invasion by Investing in at least
out. that they were nothing more declare, I was so mortified I near- Sgt. Streeter, who is stationedat Ralph Jer o m e Darley, Thomas
or less than the wives of "shave ly died. Looks like Auntie justcan't Camp' Van Dorn, Miss.: Leonard Barnes, V. L. Starling, EXTRA $100 War Bond in September. That's in addition toy!
remember that J should be Charles Dennison of Gainesville Adam Tucker Andrews, James
tails" and instead of addressingeach
other as Mrs Lieutenant addressed by my proper rank.." I'la visiting friends and relative Robert Sapp, Collins Osteen Raymond regular War Bond purchases. Invest more than $100 a lot o|

Jones and Mr*. Lieutenant Brown, Now, by the time I got off at here.Sgt. Thomas Payne, Simon -If you possibly can.
la should properly have been Mrs. Lawtey, I waa firmly convincedthat and Mrs Jack Hodge oi David Brlstowe, Jr., Otis Everett s ,
Shave-tall Jones and Mrs Shave- the Good Book knew whatIt New York City are visiting his Sloan, Charles Buford Clark, Mer-
tail Brown. was talking about when it said: parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry rill Garland McMillan. Charles ,The job is big.' Everyone must do' his full.share if we art

During my eavesdropping (If "The first shall be last and the Etowell. Ernest Burton, Harold Chester put this drive over the top.
you Insist on calling It that) the last shall be first." I also knew Mr. and Mrs. C. L. May and Glasgow, John B. Rivers, HarmonP. I
conversation ran about as follows just Who the ranking officers in family and Mr' and Mrs. :Marvin Morgan. ,Joe Leroy Morgan, I ,.1.;.::,; -
: the U. 8. Army are:-The wives WlllUma spent Sunday at May' William Henry Andrews, James j War Bonds are the safest investment, in the world. Forj|

"Mrs. Lt. Brown, my' husband, of 2ndLieutenants, and.not .the ,Gamp, on Lake Santa Fe.'Miss William Johns Leslie Arthurrhomaa dime and
for
Country's-sake put
sake every spare
is Madge'Gay' of Jacksonville Eugene' M II t Long, ; t.; own your ; ; ,
Lt. Jones, told me that'* lot of four-star generals) as commonly on ,t''t! : -! ) k I ; 1fU J, .I"" -
those captains and majors at the supposed spent the week-end,.at home. Ernest Elester Trlest Ernest WU- '" lar in War ''Bonds during the 3rd War Loan Drive.
Mr. and Mrs., R. F. TouchtonHad bur Allen, Harold Norman, Ru-
last weekend Mlsa Charles Howard, Leonard
as guests iolph .
American flags graced the table.
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Hampton' llappenings Christine Roberts of Jacksonville, Foster Smith Jr., Jack Edward -
By Barbara Home The group fruit punch sang "Happy, assorted Birthday"and cookies Mr. and Mrs. Touchton, U, S. Sullivan, William Herbert Hart, BACK THE ATTACK-WITH WAR BONDS_

Navy, St. Augustine and Sgt. Charles Ralph Davis, Charles McKinley -
BIRTHDAY Friday PARTYOn afternoon, Sept. 10, and Marian birthday Johns and cake Barbara were served.Horne hlockenamlth, Keystone Air Field. Priest, ,Coolidge Gassett, Beginning Monday, October 4, The Bowldrome Will

Mrs. J. W, Home honored her assisted Mrs. Horne in caring, for Chester McKinney, Charles Phil Give Free Lessons On Bowling To All Ladies WishingTo
BRANCH lips Edwards, ;J a me. Tipping
oldest son, Junior, with a partyon the guests. Later the gifts were GUM
Learn To Bowl. At 2 P. M. Expert
his 8th birthday. opened and admired. By Mrs. T. N., Norman Hunter, William McKinley Daily -
rhomas. Glenn Leon Dennison,
Games were enjoyed on the Those present to enjoy this Mr. and Mrs F. A. Root of Mm MooreEdwards.. Andrew Instructors
large porch and lawn. The hostess happy occasion with junior were: Mr. and
Longwood .was 'visiting : Fackson Griffis, Richard Vincent
was assisted in entertaining by Frank Brown, Joanne Rahme,
VIra. T. N. Norman Tuesday and Johnnie Stewart Bert
St. John, ,
Harvene Watteroon, Betty and Peggy HInson, Freda Elland, I
Wednesday of last week. Harmon Creekmore, Curtis Odell BOWLDROME!
Martha Home Sylvia May, Jimmie Douberly THE
Mr. and Mrs. Raleigh Conner Tones, Avory Clifton Slade, Daniel
Theywere: then Invited into the Evelyn and Jimmy Norwood, Bob and children of near Starke were Burr Jones, Jr.
dining room where a lovely birth Holley, Gene Watson, Gladys and visitingMr.( and Mrs. F. S. Sapp Colored
day cake, decorated with Its Buddie Hicks, 'Louise Ad k fn., Sunday Robert White. Charles Boyd, At BLanding Center
'eight red candles and small Jerry Wadaworth, Billy Campbell, Mr. and Mrs.. D. M. McRae of 1 ft t ,- .

I Orlando were visiting Mr. and -

Urs. T, N, Norman Tuesday of
last week. fYou did""UV
Pvt. Dewey Warren' and wifef .; always'be glad you
> Valdosta, Ga., were visiting ,

he latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs.r. ..... .
Vi% '* r. S. Sapp, last wreck-end. 1
Mr and Mra. 'F",S. Sapp made .>
a business trip t o Jacksonville' I
Saturday. .
Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Edwards) '
and children of Jacksonville were
totting relatives here last week-
For Freedom'sSake
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tX Mr and Mrs. E. S. Sapp and n'1 IIh II<<

ion, Rudolph, made a business
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9 rip to Lake Butler Saturday.Mr. E"

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and Mr. Carlton Chastain ((
and little daughter of Hampton

1 :a... :. vere visiting Mr. and Mr. J. S. fpfF l la

Sapp! Sunday., J' ,

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The County Board of Publicnstructlon.

,_ in session Sept. 6,
voted to secure the*>services of

Sugene Hall, bua mechanic helper,

"-.' "" .. .. .. 'or six weeks' work at 923: per
'"" veek.
The Board decided that all pu- 1
Jpj7 illa should be required to attend
he school In the district In which

Industry to the limit In the war hey reside, o r transportation =-
America backing
railroad of are
The would not be furnished them. Ift I
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Only the close coordination born of a common cause
of ptxlixtvin. achievements of transportation and could be proven that their
could result In the extraordinary
industry .sine the war began. lealtb. would be better or some BUY BONDSNone
For many years the Seaboard Railway has recofrnlaed the Interdependence thor condition improved, well WAR
Industry and transportation. On the established principlethat and good otherwise they would
the welfare of the railroad depends upon the prosperity of Its be compelled to attend In their /
the Seaboard has been working over a long period of time / ,,',\
patrons, .own district if they desired trans _
for the economic development of the territory It serves L i.
The Seaboard's Interest extends beyond the location of new plants.It vortation. None of as will be completely 'uatil the
happy
to increase Mrs. day of chi
Is equally concerned with the success of Industry served by its It was agreed them. We want to be able to take along:, drive in
Line.Its policy Is to provide adequate service and to adjust the freight Crank Thomas' bus salary $10 Victory.The day our boys are back our sons,brothers and.I i I -
rates on raw materials and finished products to enable these Industries nonthly for including the South country buy a new car, have iu'u. be happye wnt.P
4 to compete with similar Industries whether' located in the South or Hampton route 1 n her. The husbands. We want oar way of life to go on, and we're live again on that side of of which Coca-Col*
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sunny thing
elsewhere. Board also agreed to make fighting to make sure It does.'We want Jim or Bill ( *
Remarkable progress, has been made In the Industrial development hanges In the Brooker bus route you Itself such a symbol.There are-iomanthingswe w
of the South In recent years. Present Indications point to further ;giving the former Sam Mott routeo know his name).to be sitting right there in his easy chair 'back. Yes nnles a'
expansion In the poat-war period. E. J. Lewis at $75: month, with his .. studying' la his We so many. None of them .will come
Heaboard will work In the future-as in the past-as Partners per ) pipe or own room. want to have win. All The VIa
ad the former E. J. Lewis route ) and more, will come,tub** we win.
.With Industry.ACK la for dinner again .and a big
friends :; ; roast beef for "
to Guy Farriah at $33: per month. Bonds Victoq'
you buy will hasten the darn the dayPAGR 0
RD The Board also voted to add '10per .a
9 month to the bus) driving sal- OTTIIO UNOII AUTHORITY o. 'HI COC"CO
1 RAILWAY .Ties of Mrs. 0. R Alvarea"and STARKE COCA-COLA COMPANY IT
THE ATTACK
'WITH WAS PONDS o.....................,.Alt tse.Jb'Vtd.v 0" R. Alvarez for additions to BOTTLING COMPANY. ,
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.The big drive is ont! Not only on every battlefront-but You know all about War Bonds. You know that every .. r' t
11 % on the home front too. A* the tempo of the war increases penny comes back to you with generous interest. That War :L t
RD as our fighting forces go all-out for INVASION we folks Bonds are the safest investment in the world. That they ','.'J4Irl. t
WaR back home must mobilize in,their support. help secure your future hasten Victory. So now-today .t' "
We must back the attack with our dollars. -let's all do our share. Back the invasion now-buy atAnd ; :' "
.. that's what, th,'3rd War Loan Drfvt-for least one extra$100 War Bond in September.Safest :'YWi'''1.

%u LOAM Today! marks the openin&of, this vital drive has ever probably made the to, Investments in the World ,My.''?, ;! '
appeal government
most Open important your heart..your.and do your full part. U.ltJ SutM War 5..I..1. 8.. .d ...-...for DM perpo.*.el. ....*. <"( l:;:,"".
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must invest in at least one EXTRA$100 War Bond during thedrive. ...,VMC.. m _.n..a.a rio". la."i zs.II ,1lOOO'! ,S10.0OU DMMtJtltfMfener,HOO.OOO..50O II.OOO.OOO.I.OOO/ if;
... .AT LEAST$100. Mart if you can.That's in addition to ass 1100, SOO, S1.IMO. R..hH.HlMiAimliM rrh.t ..r.d tw.n.a IN..4. J
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War Bond subscription. out .
your regular, your 75*" ml.*.ll, *!M.ra -.-%,** ,
accumulated funds. Invest ...... ...... n-.z.r.l.'Iif: ::
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BILLION
15 you can. For, one thing ia certain-this is total war olhunL. and everyone must do.his.full share.And that means yout I t
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FLORIDA BANK AT STARKE 'l, ;/ r. '
MEMBER.F. D. I. C. INN THE WONDER GIFT SHOP 'f' '/ ft:: !
o JOE'S & MIKE'S GROCERY

. TICTOCTAPANDREWS: JERRY'S PLACE H. C. WALL AGENCY, Insurance ; :i I f ,.

:::7 BLANDING CENTER, Inc. I .;: ;, i .
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PHARMACY ": SHOP AND BEAUTY SALON :X.-
CANOVA BLANDING TAILORS
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. LAPPE.BAKERYKIDD'SSINCLAIR JAMES F. HOLLINGSWORTHBROWNSTEEN'S FLORIDA. POWER & LIGHT CO. ,:
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SHOE REPAIR CO'
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Camera & Gift Shop. NEW METHOD CLEANERSJACOBS' SAM ROSENBERG & SON \ ..w .. : :

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: VICTORY MILITARY SUPPLIESGUY'S r' ,i. 1
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KOCH DRUG STORE BEN SUSLOW'S.ARMY MARKET ,

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PACE, 'FOUR BRADFORD COUNTY 1KLBGRAPB. OTAB_ FWRiIIA FRIDAY SE. .....mJ.R.
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in Starke every issue of 'the Telegraph asked for volunteers to serve- at .various',duties.: T**
I' SOCIETY and CLUBS "Other expenditures of note especially the one a couple of the information desk, to assist In volunteer )have hen W

were $10 for a. tuberculosis bond, weeks from now that tells whetheror selling war, stamps for the monthof plate lunch each IeMri."_ 1
$10 to Children's Home $10 to not we reach our Third War September to help hi plan- provided a light attel11oo' ;

Women Woman's Club the Red Cross for Spldler kitbags Loan bond quota! Think what ning and conducting recreational bingo, game tm supper for :
Dance At NCCS Junior them read about activities to assist Mrs. A. Saturday
: $10 to the Woman's Club you'd like for to and The training J '
For New IRTC MenTo Plan Bond DriveThe Reviews Work Foundation $30 to help furnisha thatl! W, Anderson\\ the snack bar host :Mon course was begs

Of Past Year day room for the. boys of the ess, in preparing and serving a ay..Seplember 13 at OIl, ,
the strains of "sweet and Junior Woman' Club met 124th Inf.. permanently stationedat Lettter Robinson writes from greater variety -of foot and refreshments clock aDd Miss Reed expecta

wing" music 0 f Cpl. Baum's Wednesday evening, Sept. 8,. at Mrs. J. It. Thorn, press chair- Fort Banning all of whom are England that we don't know nut- first group to complete lb'

band: "The Modernist, membersof eight o'clock. In the club build man of the Starke Woman's Club, from Florida and' .many from tin' about the high cost of living, Aa orientation course In volunteer work at,'the end of this ttei
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Camp Standing's armed forces Ing.The this week' released the following Starke. yet "The tax on tobacco hereis .training to be taught by Miss 'Wetk,
danced with girl from Starke business session was con- Interesting resume of projects '"As sponsors'/ of''the local girl $6 per pound BO If you hear Sara Reed, director of the club,
Jacksonville and nearby town at ducted by the president, Miss carried on during the past club Scouts $17.00 wa's'. donated. to anyone griping over the new : was announced. Bridge players DO YOU KNOW -
the lUSO-NCCS Club Wednesday Abble Harley and the highpoln year: their fund. ,fv Florida state tax. Just pass this I were Invited to meet In the tea ABOtt

night of last week. of for the the business War Bond was making Drive which plans "The past season of the Starke "The Woman's Club sponsoreda Information along," he says I room on Monday afternoon. ROACHES?
the first dance for the
It was will be conducted by the members Woman's Club has been a year of luncheon for the formal openingof "Twenty cigarettes coat civilians Miss Marie Register, assistant When
IRTC and was yoU fight
incoming personnel of the Interesting programs and of service the Bradford 'County Health around ''COc and gasoline director at the USO club operatedby try to get rid of roaches ,.
club. them
so successful that Mr. Marotta you're entitled to it. The program was in charge of to Starke and worthy causes. Unit and furnished volunteer the YMCA a visitor. bit few that 'OQ ..,
has
director of the USO-NCCS with spray "
Imperial gallon. 'Of course, there or dust
a similar dance for Miss Sara Reed, of the USO- "Many of the artists appearingon workers for the Cripple Children'sClinic at A volunteer committee formedby walk; Into a powder'! by Or lha,
promised is a lot of black market stuff accl4'nl
YWCA who talked motif Interest- the programs have been wive.of' : :Mrs.. William' Henry Mrs.
every Wednesday night ingly on'lines rof the present day men stationed at Camp Blan "Just before adjounment for 60c: but it's tough on the fellow Florence Busae?, Mrs. C': T. Hen K'3-D
Friday night Sept. 10 the who It well aa the one
buys as
the club Invested $200
the summer
work and problems. ding. The club has enjoyed such I demon and Mrs. William Olstadt
N. C. O. Club of the NCCS enjoyed when caught. ROACH
who
sells they are
During the social period, sherbet speakers- Pr. Kstornelle, Red In War Bonds. planned prepared, and served the KILLER
its dance. Invitations were and cake were served by the Cross director at Camp Blanding; "With this successful year end- And they usually are. That's one menu, of cold sliced ham, potato IS DIFFERENT

sent out to 30 couple, but all I hostesses, who were: Mrs. A. N. L. F.. Chapman. Superintendentof ed the Club Is looking toward an thing you'll have to admit the salad, bread and butter sandwiches Roaches They It becauM ,

Non-commissioned officers, their Holliday, Mrs. Ed Torode, Miss the State Prison; Mrs. Morse Interesting year, guided by Mrs. British have over us--an efficient cole slaw frosted cakes Put like K-S-D It. In dry little up and 41.
wlvei and sweethearts were invited Card from pllea
Sara .Poythress and Miss Lucile the Rev. A. K. Llghtfoot, Foster H. .C. Bitch and her committees."One police system. and fruit punch. bottle caps and place It In 0' III,
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for the Dink Hart (Camp Shelby Miss.) of-nlS-ht. place where
Mitchell. Shi Smith Mrs. Crooks and Mrs. of the enterprises It can lit
.... attend next left
-1 e' Those who wish to aa bait. Safe
? "Will be home Please to use.
The N. C. O. Club meets every Richardson new year will be entertaining the says soon. I poisonous to man and NOlo
Friday night for either a social, -- District Meeting." have the B. H. S. Band meet me Thursday's. luncheon art invited I pets
dance or business meetingand Frigo-Scarbrough "Making: the Woman's Club at the train." ,, Hear his furlough to see Mrs. Anderson for a reservation 15o and 25c pkg.,
available to T..W. C. A.-
plans are under way for an active I building U due to.. start around the
Mis Lilian Frlgo daughter of U. S. O. has meant much to the Birthday Party before 6 P. M. on Tuesday at
season. The Friday dance marked 21st .
the late Mr. and Mrs. John Frigo wives of soldiers at Camp Blanding' BevanAs Sept. 21, Twenty-five cents Is
For
their debut.Wayne Jule
of became the bride of Sistrunk Feed and
Lawtey The members have given contributed by each army wife attending
Wyatt David Scarborough son of much time and effort to U. S. O. Clever bit of repartee took'place
little Jule Bevan was eight In,''order to provide the Seed Co.
Vincent Bazar Mr. and Mrs I. C. Scarborough activities. At Christmas time the I years'old on Sept. 6, 'her mother. tother night' when Mrs. Cain

of Comer Ga., at 8 o'clock Satur- club presented the Y. M. C. A. Mrs. 3.. W,, Brownlee gave a (USO-NCCS'was being introduced -. committee with the means to buy STARKE; FLORIDA
Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Bazar: of day evening, August 28, in the U. S.. O. with a lovely lace tea party ,in honor of. the occasion. to one of the new IRTC wives, the food.
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6610 ft. E. 4th Court Miami announce Woodlawn Baptist Church Jack- cloth which was greatly appreciated Arrangements were made for a whore\ name is Pope Upon Since this last meeting those Mfg. by' McPhail Producti

the arrival of''a son, sonville. and during the U.' S.. O. lawn party but because of rain being asked how to spell her i who signed up for volunteer services 'Orlando Flu

Wayne Vincent, on August 10. The bride was given In marriage drive $25 was subscribed. the scene of action was changed name Mrs. Cain replied '.''C-a-l-n'I have been assigned totheir,
her brother-in-law Congressman Mrs. Cain but not able)?
Mrs. Bazar will be rememberedhere by "The library continues ''to be a to the screened, porch where
H. Price and ., flash the attractive -
Emory Quick as a
of satisfaction to booklovers all games and
source they played merry
the former :Mis: Inue
as sister
of honor her IRTCer replied "Well..
had as matron of Starke. The educational Jule received gifts from the
Prescott. Mrs.Price value of this project cannot be guests. Pinning the' donkey's tall I'm Mrs. Pope but not pious!
For the past several year the f Wilma McClane postcards ALTHOUGH I HAVE CLOSED MY
estimated. Mrs. H. H. Young, our in the right place gave the children ,
Recently MarriedThe bride has made her home In Jacksonville from Phoenix.Arizona'where rfhe
librarian and Mrs. ,C. A. Knight much amusement and In this
and 1* a graduate of An- chairman of the Library Committee game' Johnny. Kopelousoa won the and the chillun are living while STQRE IN STARKE BECAUSE OF

followingmarriages have drew, Jackson High,\ School. are largely responsible for prize. There was a birthday cake, Major T. K. la desert maneuverIng --
recently been In Lake Hear Rita Alvares and HELP
performed
: 'and SHORTAGE 'OF [ AND OTHERWARTIME
the fine work done. Approximately : iced In pink green, arrd the .
Butler by County .Judge. J. R. WCSC To Meet I children's refresrfmehts were Individual small dotter Will arrive soon to
Townsend: l 100 new books are to be I! cup-cakes'and pop-sickles. stay with the Frank Wilson so DIFFICULjIES I WISH

Cohan Warren and Helen Wai- Methodist WSCS Circles will added. The club pays $15 per I Jule's guests were :Madge they can be near J.,0. i ,,, Since ,

dren both of Starke August 21.Virgil meet Monday afternoon' at four month to the Library funds. I Brownlee Joan"Carpenter Dotty the election Tuesday night friendsof TO REMIND MY FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS

Lee Smith Starke, and o'clock In the church. Programand "To assist the Red Cross. In Sue Biggs-Nancy tlghtfoot;! Nor- Virginia Darby are calling her

Hazel Newman Macclenny, August business meeting. Circle One furnishing the day, rooms at Camp ma and Emma' :Jane Can ova, "the first lady of Starke" ''. ,. THAT I AM''' STILL IN BUSL!
26. will have charge of the program.I Blanding,. the club supplied a 'Johnny and Gus a i'e' Kopelousos Mrs. Roosevelt had better look ;
punch bowl and 24 'cups. Five 'Mary Beth Lane;: Florence Pauline to her laurels! By the way

: dollars was donated to the Camp I Brown, Butch'and Bob Smith when Gertrude' Beasley was asked NESS AT WALDO. ,, WHERE I CARRY
I Wish To Take This I
Opportunity'To how she voted Tuesday she
Fund in Powell
Hospital furnishing a Mary Harriet, Mrs. H. C
Congratulate day room for the 119th Inf. Mrs. Bitch and Mrs. Ethel M. Biggs. firmly replied. "Oh, no. I'm keep- AS FINE A-LINE; OF MERCHANDISE

K. O, Duncan Mrs. L.. A., Davis, Ing that under my .shirt!" ,, ".. -
CHAS. A. DARBY Alri. RA.. Green Mrs. C. A. Benefit BridgeThe Come to think of it..guess that's AS I DID' IN STARKE. I WILL BE GLAI)

I t: On His Election To The Office Knight, Mrs. Edward Burns Mrs. why more of us girls don't take
.eslle Mrs. Junior ,an Interest In going to the polls '"
Shepherd and I O. L. Woman's Club will TO SERVE ANY OF MY OLD CUSTO-
: Of Mayor the membersof We simply. can't bear the '
Beasley are among sponsor a benefit bridge party at

r, ,May You Have A Most Successful the the activities club who of are this carrying committee on the Woman's Club next Wednesday about thought it of afterward not being! '. able. to talk MERS AT MY' WALDO STORE AT
night at 8 o'clock. ,'.
.. Term of Office So long .. ", See you in the

next .. .. ,. ANY TIME. .
; W. .N. (BILL) CARNASIQNManager e --Carolyn. .

Park TheatreSTARKE Ioo-- to -..-.------
.. .. Carolyn Callstreet ', Army Wives
:FOR ,THE. ,CONYEISIENCE I qf.T II 0.8 E_
I, Discuss ActivitiesAt r
Ca WHO HAVE UNPAID ACCOUNTS WITH
Can it be; :Well yes I guess Quite a few Interesting epistlesIn Luncheon

It's still the same old B. H. Si ,the mallbag this week ,. ,,ME, I WILL; BE AT, THE STARKE LOCATION
Presiding as chairman at the .
Capt. Milton Brownlee writes that
Army Wives' luncheon on Thursday UNTIL OCTOBER.
Had the of
pleasure trouping "Things have gone swell here In
,
around the old environs'thls weekIn Sicily and I came through with- September 9, Mrs. Morton I-IOJ..I-I..LJ..J ix-idLi-mii.-.!-.. ..-..,.nm ----*.
'. Snyder presented plans for Increased -
;; company of .Ralph Dudley out a scratch. Had some thrilling
(Fireman 3-cl whoa been activity at the USO op-
FLASUNDAY spending experiences that should make good '#<
a few days with home: folk fish fry tales when I return. erated by the YWCA across frond
at the State Farm between transfer Guess the post office. "We want to
you've heard by now that L .B. Alexander
make the best
from possible use of this
Bainbridge Md., 'to Ben Sternberg was decorated with '
: Norfolk. Va Ralph who be- the Distinguished Service Cross building which the Starke Worn.an's

\ MONDAY TUESDAY fore he Joined -up. was one of for his deeds In Tunisia. lie is a Club has so "graciously, permitted

the most terrific Tornado of re- grand soldier and' Is highly re- us to have she said and

cent years, was naturally Interested garded in this division. We are

,SEPTe119.20 21 in how the team was shaping not so closely asHOoiated now but
,k -, up in this year I of shortage of are still near enough tp get to-

P everything from grits to gridiron gether occasionally; and swap
; material......He claims the .ituall news. We read each Issue of the H EL P '
"
A Great Musical ComedyTechnlcolpr .'n .doe n't ,look te& bad :'evenif Telegraph from,," over to cover .

I only' ,three old timers-Billy and get an especially big kick out
'I, ,' Colson, Lyle'''Anderson and Bobby of ,your column. Of course we
In' McRaere. out this year don't know 'what Is in-,store for

Seems there'*' plenty of promising us 'next but you can bet we're BRADFORD COUNTY
,
tt
r. ,, .V' < material: so get ,set, 'fans, ready. Give ours regards to the .

for some rootln', tootln' football gang." *A v'Yes, and don't forget, .

games .. folks; that they'U.be, reading i 01

r "HELLO '. FRISCO HEIJO"iStarring .,"E-TAA Garv .
> While Ralph-was scouting the .
.
you CAN.ET ': /
', ; Tornadoes I snooped around the ,

.,: corridors to see what I could turn 'REAL KELIEF ..; .. .. .
I : '. ", -, up In the.way' of new school inarm '' '>.'.'' ,' \1111 .., :"'.t ,. .

"" : I '\"" f material;,, ,.Quite delighted with ....t..4. ". ,! .''',;. '" .

i "Alicie-Faye and'Johi 'PayneLatet what'I found'. Frlnstance. the INDIGESTION ... jtl"J' \. '. ,
cute little 4th Orade, teacher jfr
.
'" Clarine Warren whose husbandis w '/
.. .. .. '" !t'/.J.',
I. ;,' a Blaodlng lieutenant ? '''- '.
,
I, :,' Found out that the generous state fert -. .' ,

(, ; March Of'Tililit3"AIRWAYS of Georgia has again supplied our BISMAREXCarpenters S ..." '0\,. >' : : :- .. .' ..,. .:
J "
'
: home ee leather-Rota Cook 1' _. tr
) < f : '
or '> 4 -. I.U .. 5"" t *
; Quite appropriate name; don't you .11.j fa -"'
TO PEACE"IA4o think r .. Then, the State '
too. .. _
,
:' W (- :l ""I"j of Virginia continue., to hold Its ,Drug( 'Store );,

." > : ,. own at "B H. S.' : ; This year :
.' it's Nancy Parkinson. who'll do 1- NO'MATIER HOW MANY WAR BONDS

vLATEST her level best to keep the dignified :
... senior dignified -. -. .. Sorry JLET 'THE, .
WAR NEWS .. .
.
;

I but didn't nope with have'to 'aU continue time newcomers to my get .acquainted research -, Electric, --Shoe'." Sriop' YOU HAVE ALREADY :BOUGHTYOU:

.
W" I ," '
ii an early 'date ,'. Keep ':Your '


BACK THE ATTACK Spotted an*shrimp-eating Jottedt;Impiomptuneighborhood fracasin '.SHOES. CAN ,ALWAYS BUY JUST A LITTLE ''MORE!


i progress at Florence Brown'eWednesday # ''I' -0 ... .
1 VA ... '..
nig'M0 Was proclaimed r-
highly successful as well looking'new

BUY as' highly seasoned Jack BRADFORD COUNTY MUST HANG ,IT ;.'!HEAD '
:
JUST A LITTLE REPAIR
Shepherd on furlough from Camp
,' ,/to",. Shelby. Mlas, and here with wife, WILL KEEP ,YOUR '

Cleo, visiting Carl and Clara Mae SHOES.IN GOOD SHAPE. IN SHAME'. IF IT.. FALLS. DOWN ON ;:ITS'',:QUOTA
i' WAR BONDS Knight The Frank Wilsons w. .

sack in town' after sojourn at OF
$197,422
IN
Quick
Service And THE
\ their''' Klngsley Lake place THIRD WAR LOAN DRIVE.
Good Work
t. And Receive Free Ticket Paul Hudglns boarding the train
for Parris bland and the Marine SUCCESS DEPENDS '
Corps .- Incidentally. Paul THEELECTRIC ON YOUR SUPPORT!

For The Premier Showing 'fooled' those fiendish Marine barter .s' f .

by getting a O. I. haircut H .. .
before he left r Marjorle L. .\.
Thursday, September 30th (Stump} Thomson thrilled over a SHOE LOUIS '

new photo of bubby Bill, taken In SHOP SHAFKINCamp <
front of his plane "The Deliverer"*
9:30 P. M. Huge, painted stork adornsthe Blanding '
Theatre Jewelry &
Across ,From Park MITI
'tary'.Headquartersa
fu Uag'e. but I bet it delivers ,

bombs,Instead,of babies! I




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BITS" of LOCAL NEWS Rotarians Hear Salute To MarinesAt Telegraph In It., next,shall four publish weekly. ; ibis iecuee.order 'I ;. Clerk A.of J said. THOMAS Court.
\VITNE>CS! my band and officialseal (OFFICIAL SEAL) ;"I
Vivid DescriptionOf Florida Theatre al Smrke, Florida this September Knight A Knlll'MI Htarke. Florida. J
a. 143. Attorneys;! nutr ,-a 4t24
'
An timely military com-
as &
NGeode of Lake- Comer Perryman, who Is AntarcticRotarians -
Scott stationed I
F Mrs. Harold
( Gaynor and little munique "Salute to The :Marines",
e here i last week voting Mr. near at Miami.the U. S. Naval Air Base, daughter Rosaly.' 'arrlve<1 In Jacksonville \ 'were taken (figuratively a tender inspiring story of I FUNERAL DIRECTORMy

1 her and sister-in-law Aft e 1' by plane early' Wednesday of course) on a thrilling American heroes will be shownat Many Years Experience- Make It Feasible for Me to Render
Scott. Mrs. V. S.
; F, A, Howard spent theweekend morning from the Florida Theatre Sunday
,} in Long bland trip to the Antartlc during the EFFICIENT, PROMPT and COURTEOUS SERVICE
several weeks Claybe In Tallahassee visiting and were met there by Cpl. Gay luncheon hour Wednesday when Monday and at the midnight
i Mr. Scott was her husband w h Is employed nor. They MODERATE! PRICES-
Rev. o
how
expect to make Saturday.
their Lt. F. G. Dustin currently' stationed -
to, his nome in-Lakeland there. home permanently In starke and at the U. S. Naval Air A dramatic plcturlzation of the DeWITI' C. JONES i 4'

[Rebecca Rooks of Galneaa. Mrs. W, E. Mlddleton Mrs. E. are OCcupying the St. Johns Station Lake City, was guest U. S. ,Marine Corps this picture Starke Florida

here the first Of the L. Matthew and little daughter apart" nt at the rear of the speaker and told some of his UH la filmed in technicolor and,stars I .. ... .. ... .... n.... .,
'!bWS friends. Mary Agnes, .returned Tuesday Eastern Auto Store credible experiences on the two Wallace Berry in one of the moat
1 Wilson G. Lee returned from Waverly, Ga., where Dr. of1'f.. N. Fairbank., local expeditions with Admiral Byrd to colorful roles of his career portraying II ;, t

Jacksonville' where Middleton has a camp the Florida Power 8t Light "Little America"., : a hard-bitten, lusty and I,

tt,from several days with her B. F. Glasgow of Senath Mo.: in Co.Daytona spent several days last week Lt. Dustin was one of the 04 garrulous Marina sergeant, vet- DRYCLEANING&TAILORING
| James Godboldt II. the guest of his daughter, Mrs. Beach on bu lne... men chosen by Admiral Byrd to nan of 30 years' service. "
rt
,[ W. D. Work
Sewetl. who la alit Calvin Johns (Dad) Pender I. In critical remain at Little America after "Salute to the Marines" movesat Quick Service High Quality
Gayle I condition fn the a fast pace and action and
the Florida State COIr I Mrs L. D. Vining' returned County Hoapltal. Alachua the supply boat that took them drama are expertly balanced with .
Galneevfledtav
went to. TallaI Monday from down returned to warmer waters
Women, Valdosta, Ga., log been
taken there humor. Battle scenes, vividly depicting '
I Saturday to resume her where she spent several days with Sept. 9, with an acute Thursday heart before the winter Ice set in. He : an Invasion of the Philippines NEW METHOD CLEANERS
i there. Mr. vlnlng's slater, Mrs J. WTimmerman tack. at- has been "going to sea' since highlight this heartwarmIng -
William H. Thomson andon. who is ill in Little- PIc. Bern Millie the age of 19, and spent two year. saga of the Marine Corp !Mr. and Mrs. E. O. Edwards, Proprietors ,
and hl.
Griffin wife In the North Atlantic before being -
ate In :Monti- HOBpltaLJudge Florence
Freddie 'aecretary TEMPLE AVE.
at the PHONE 135 315
USo- IN CIHP5 -
stationed Lake IT (rot'NT nntiipoimCOI
Lt. Thom- at City.
visiting and Mrs. YWCA
hj reek A. Z. Adkins returned recently from XTY, FLOHIUtl IN CHAIN.
.rents, Mr. and :Mrs., W. who have been at their Klngsley visit to their home In Philadel a In an entertaining manner the ORHY.OKUKK. STARKE. FLORIDA

onion, Sr. Lake lodge! since the first! of July, phia, Pa.' and to' Atlantic' speaker described the two-year NOTICE OP PUBLICATION TO APPEAR AND
I P. Shepherd returned have moved back to their homeIn N. J.. and New York City, struggle to outfit the expedition. Mary B Davidson<< ,
City Mrs. .. ,
Saturday after spending sev'I Starke. MUlls bad a "reeweekvac.. which was made even more difficult v" Plaintiff. Case No. WO po 4
) visiting friends In AdeL Friends here will regret to tion, a il Prc. M1KI spent because of a shortage, (If Theodore K Davidson,
moat
funds I/.fendant.<< FRUITS AND VEGETABLES
of his and told of the extreme
learn of the death of .John .W. day furlough with her STATE OF FLORIDA, to!' Private
In i carnell bas'returned to Jepaon, father of Mrs. Vincent L. Mr. and Mrs E J ,Dowling danger of navigating the Antarctic Tl-tiodor. 11? D,,vldnon No. SS.S7H- )
after spend'fral went to < Ocean where Ice bergs (one 092, Hpad'luuter. A Headquarter
"In Ormond (Sam) Alvarez, on August 29. Jacksonville Tuesday Company 88th signal, Construction '
week here with hla Mr.. Jepson was a retired Inven- night to attend the graduation of them 30 mtles l dng) threatened Battalion, ApO laid, co| Po. t I HAVE JUST OPENED MY NEW MAR
rents, Mr. and Mrs.:F.,A. tor and made his home at Tan- their daughter, Miss Marian Dow-o* the, ships on every side. master.You, ar New. hereby York.. notified that KET. COME BY AND SEE !ME.\ I WILL

\ gerine in Lake County. He had ling, 8S a nurse at the Riverside The loneliness and monotony of: PlKlntlff ban filed her bill In the APPRECIATE A PART OF YOUR PATRONAGE -
James Godbold of Jack- 49 patents.. Including the systemof Hospital. V. T.. Wall accompanied the long Anarctlc winter night was you nature as of defendant a bill or In revIew the against above. '.

j was here last week villltr railroad car lighting now used, them deBCrltw.d hv-" _I.t_,,"I. Dustin.. ur.. H_ r_> named Court and cause. wherein
meter, Mrs. S. S. Bowling, automobile ignition system, four Edwin St. John, who for the stated' that some of the strongest of Plaintiff divorce seeks heretofore to vacat entered a decree nv
tier Mrs. W. S. Stro- wheel brakes and many othersin past five months has held down men "cracked"' ,I under the strain aid Court In your behalf) and T. S. WILLIAMS '
: the Civil and went Insane you are required to appear. In aalil n
Service temporarily
the electrical and automotive
POSition of in Court and cause on October II, A Church
St. Between>
N. Washington Cherry
[W.G. Halle returned Tuei- field. ?Ns spector of'Army vehicle. at Day- Even ordinary ,conversation waa 1943, otherwise the all.aationa) of
tona : aid hill 'will be taken
,(ler a visit in Miami with J. D. Seymour of Starke, head Beach?after they had been difficult at times,because at tern I feiRed. by :you Bradford aa County con- ,

,n, Woodfln G. HaDe Jr., of the personnel department at repaired, returned, home 'Sept. 8, peratures from 60 to 80 degrees I - - -- --- >
man and his wife. -' the' Camp Blinding' Exchange, to be with hla father In the below zero the moisture in the l' '
E. K. Perryman "will go made a business trip to Miami Eastern Auto Store. Two of his breath freezes aa It comes out

itmi today to visit: her,,son, last week brothers are In the "srvlce' necessitating of the mouth and actually makesa THEATRE
his return to "crackling".noise. The men also 111 FLORIDA:
01 ., --"' .... .. Mrs. Robt. E. Tanner Stark.Is spending had to be very careful DOt to STARKEMidnight

the week at over-exert themselves as any un- "
the home
Watches Clocks of her
Anyone Having or mother, Mr. R. S. Powell. due amount of perspiration would Sat. Sun. Mon. September 19 & 20

Left Over 60 Days Mrs. E. W. Hayes and her freeze on the body and cause ,
daughter MIas Betty death. The man) ,, Item of food !
--Please Call Tuesday in Jacksonville.Haye.nt: taken along on, t"h e expedition .t"SALUTE TO THE MARINES"With '
Mr; and Mrs. C. E. Hernwall looked and tasted'just like dog

J. .HrCOVRTMANCH are spending a .2weeksvacation food, Lt. Dustln.stated, but was .
at Jacksonville! Mr. Hel'nwall .la very nourishing and the men soon Wallace Berry I i

Jeweler teller In the Florida Bank at learned to eat it When they found .. "
Starke ,and Mrs. Hernwall,Is Sec- it was necessary to keep their "'

retary In the office of Knight vitality up. Tues., Wed., and Thurs. Sept 21 22 .23
and Knight attorneys. They will The; experience gained In navigation S
return the latter part of this living In extreme hardship, "

A i BIG LIFT. f week Mrs.and Bertha begin work Monday. and handling men In difficult ,"HIT PARADE OF 1943"John :
Pearce spent the situations has been very valuable I
week-end in Jacksonville with her to the men who .went on the expedition : Freddie and .
Carroll Susan Hayward Martin
daughter Miss,Annie Mae Pearce and most of whom are j

now filling; Important places. In Orchestra, Ray McKinley! & Orchestra and .Coun Ba.ie: '

Point; Party At NCCS the present .war, the speaker and Orchestra
stated. He described vast beds of ,
The.Non Commissioned Officers coal that were discovered aDd( J --- .- ...
014 I 1 Club :will enjoy a. novel "point"party which might1 utilized some day. '.
fast.ON'EVERY lIt the USO-NCCS tonight At the conclusion of Lt. Du Fri., & Sat. Sept. 24 & 25"Hopalong

y Friday( ) at 8 o'clock. All Non tin's talk. H. N. Fairbanks, president -,
Ctims and their 'of the'Rotary Club thanked
wives
living In 1
-verse, JtisS. cep' Starke and vicinity are cordially him for "one of the moat In- Cassidy"also "Alaska Highway"News $
,
Invited to attend. tereatlng" programs In the his

tory of the organization. & Cartoon .
SELLS
VICTORY BVH-Il-CJ

E. N. AndersonElijah
SHIFT Frank C. Holllngaworth. who

'recently: sold tho Victory Bar-B-Q .
N. Anderson 74, diet
.
stand back of the Bank Mrs if
to suddenly Sunday morning at hIs : ",. I ..
Pepsi-Cola Company Long Inland City N. Y.Franchise Marble Lloyd, proprietor of the home near Biooker following, a !I
: Bottleri Pepsi-Cola Bottling Co., of Jacksonville Ritz Cafe re-sold It Friday. to brief illness. Funeral services f I.,I
E. P. Noegel.
were held Tuesday afternoon, at

the New Hope Baptist Church,
ro TUB PEOPLE OF STARKEI
NAT SEZ under the direction of Key-Mo
wish
to thank each and every
Cabe Funeral Home. t I
Bomber! one who so kindly supported me N.r
Buy a Bond to buy a -
Mr. Anderson was a native at:
in Tuesday's City Election. As a .
If Bradford County puts $2Q0.000Into Charlton Ga.. and movedto t
member of the City Council 1 I County
month Just
Bond thin ( I
War l l'r
promise that I will faithfully perform Brooker a year'ago from Keystone .
a couple of thousand over. ,our I
H..ls survivedby
duties in this office as Heights
for quota a) medium It will be bomber enough t :What to pays a ,J.dfd"durlng; my the nine years that his widow, Mrs Klxzle An-j t
'served derson, seven daughters, two
think that, J. In that capacity. I fur tt
be as
would
it
JoY' ther promise a progressive 'administration a brother, and two slaters. Mrs
bomb that. finally
MAYBE the
r in the, interests of Lucretla La whom and Mrs.
!in Hitler's backyard was
"lalle
Amanda Surrency Brooker.'
the'entire. town and IS. people.
"STRAWBERRY
dropped by the W M.' Edwa=:da.
a QUEEN". paid for fcy Bradford :' CARD THANKS

''A County You' eaa make It possible THASKS VOTERSCONGRATULATES- I take' this opportunity to

: If you do your part! WINNERI thank my friends and supporters .

I .-wish to take this opportunityof for the more than complimentary
expressing my deep appreciation vote' I received from them inTuesday' .

1 to my many friends for electUn 'Although" ) ]I
their loyal support of my can Was not elected tot seat on the

: JUST" didacy for Mayor. Although defeated City Council, I extend my. best !
ARRIYEf: It Is great.consolation to wishes to my successful opponents Hurry
: know that I have so many friends ,, and hope that this will ,beth
who were Interested In my success & best year J it?'the history of

; 300PAIRS at the Polls. tIM City of Starke, up to this .

'. : 4.. To' the newly elected Mayor I time. Sincerely. .iVan H. Carden. Hurry!

offer my sincere congratulation y w
i and wish for him every success
NONRATIONEDPLAY \ '\, .. In the administration of the affairs "
: I "
"
of this Important office.,

.. ,A. ..,..--. .,, Sincerely Hurry i
N. D. Wainwright, .Jr,

SHOES ,".*
4'' .NAVE YOU BOUGHT
'
!, > ', YOUR BONDS .
V, *. *,' '
I Just picture tOllfcbt' ..

: Gabardine. -. Patent And .., Upon a hospital bed *,, sr }3 s e I

.., Many soldiers wounded, ,:THE END of September it in sight and live. They know, too, what" U ooeta in k
I I .' 'Browns'They Hundreds of them dead. And the end of September hrinki o. 'equipment munitions, supplies, that mutt I J
, If this goes on much longer, iDIOM to the end of ,the 3rd 'War Loan reach the front in a never-ending stream.

, r' ....II': .r What' will' b* the scorer drive And th.,.'... counting on yon for the -

: .Are Really Hot,- ."Buy"'And. then aU the buy Bond.SOHM you more.caa, If"" If yott haven't boufht $100'worth of money ''that ,oe.. to keep' that stream
extra War'Bood.-.ztra. tninJ y it-dig flowing.',

: The Many mighty fathoms seas deep.are rolling. DO YOU'OWN up that money and buy )'OUt'.sbare today No matter what you have to sacrifice

$2.45& $3.95 Over yonder men are fighting Men who" are fighting for: :you' .bleed. .. no matter how much it pinches. ..you .

While we. are fast 'aalcep.Let's ; ) PROPERTY? Jog for you reedy to die for.you tamnot let them down I ,

t. gaze upon the stars and \ r": are waiting for the newt' that you people 'rs calling(o'i you to hurry, hurry, .'
stripes.So at, home are backing: them up 100%. hurry! Get that $100 lIra into War :, '
need Windstorm'
K. beautiful tome- ,Ifs!/ you ., 'They.boW what invasion cotta in blood rtlonda kffort the driv*'it ovtr. 4
!alF O.
YOU rtEED THESE SHOES Buy you all can the War Bonds. that ,,''niurance'Cost? Is' low.' ; We'll J

IF NOT LEND YOUR MONEY TO And make them King of the ;:,furnish .estimate.: ,

Sea. WAR LOAN ;
SAM The ships that we> are making I
r
4JNCLE, Must cross the deep blue sea. Charley E. Johns \ x 1 s,


-BUY WAR BONDSSterDberg's-- The Are guns bought that by they you and are me.taking Agency 1-'
BACK THE WITH
ATTACK WAR BONDS [
_ Let's see there is no slacking Phone 13 Btarke; Fla. ,
'
Let's each one do his beat. 1
Buy all the War Bonds that ON'SALE AT THE FLORIDA THEATRE'' '
pm.ntln..THe:TftAVtUFlO: rise: I

The you Tanks can; will do the rest! INSURANCE COMPANY, Hartford EVERY DAY AND NIGHT, SUNDAYS TOO

-J. H. Fields.

Starke,. Fla. I I .. .. .. 6"' r' .. .. .. "" 40I
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PAGE SIX _-L- BRADFORD COUNT TELEGRAPH. eTAIt>trE. F1XMUBA FRI AY. SRI'TE11 F'R ..
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to our commun i t y Mrs. Cecil Tuesday_ for her home In Fruit-
BROOKERBy Moore and son, Milton Cook, of land Park after an extended visit '
I Avon Park; They have taken an with her son and daughter-in-law, : : UNCLE SAM
Minnie Lou flaxen apartment at Mrs Rosa Plnhola- Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Whitfleld.
.
ter's. Mrs. W.C. Caldwell of Jacksonville -
1 G. W. Hazen and son, H. S. arrived Tuesday for a visitof
PARTY ENJOYED 8EWNO CLDB( Hazen of Center Hill, left Mondayfor a few days with Mr. and Mrs. e
Miss Willie Mae Clemons entertaIned The Sewing Club met at the Asheville, N. C. for several J, G. Caldwell. Sbe will go from NEEDS
Friday night with a home of Miss Lubedia Plnholster days vacation. here to DeLand to be with hereon ,
Wednesday, Sept. 8. After a few .Kirk B. Caldwell, who ,is
Mrs. Reta Brown o f High
at the Center
party Community
hours of sewing, a social hour Springs visited relatives Thursdayof stationed there with Vie Naval I
honoring Milton Cook of Avon was enoyed. Refreshments of Air Corps. '
last week.Mrs. ,
Parka who ha just recently moved lemonade and cake were served.. to Eliza YOUB HELP
Kite was called
'C. A. returned Robert
Into community. Games were Crosby !
n our The next meeting will be at the last'week becauseof
homo after several days at the bethton, Tenn.,:
; played, and later In the evening home of Mrs L. A. Brown. of his
{ refreshments of lemonade and cake bedside of her father, W. E. Ed- the serious illness .. -
were served. About 20 guests enjoyed Pvt. Merle Gano of Camp Blan- mondson of,Starke, who has been mother. His brother, Jack Kite Our government Asks ,
this party. ding was a week-end guest of his very ill. We are glad to reporthe of Wst Palm Bach, joined him every American f b
parents. .. Is some better. here and they made the trip to conserve'critical materials'and

BIRTH ANNOUNCKD: Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Hazen of Friends of little Sarah Carlton gether. in a nationwide conservation rnanpowe r
Mr. and Mrs. Buddy McNeil announce Starke were vial ting relatives will be glad to know that she Is Mrs.; H. M.. Rlcharde and chile You can make possible pro1'anr.!
the arrival of a baby girl a t considered.
pen
dren, Irene and Henry .
here Saturday. home after several weeks' illness
on Sunday Sept. 12, at home. Wednesday of last week in Jack- Ings'in lighting and other uses of! .
at Haven. Sarah Is
of Waldo Hope
Miss Madeline Crosby very
Mother and baby doing nicely. bonvllle Dialling Mrs. RIcharde'smother sty which will conserve needed
was a week-end guest of her parents much Improved. nJat'ri.
while
Miss Lubedia Plnholster Mrs. The following from here attended 1Irs. J. H. Bitch,visited without JowenngmargIns of safety !
Rlcharde or
Dyal and Mrs. Pitt Baxter ,were Lee Green of Jacksonville visited the funeral of Will Roberts at Mrs. Annie M. Norman. use. essential "

In Gainesville on business Saturday his family over the weekendMr. La'Cros e Friday Miss Lubedia her Will daughter Maxwell, :Mrs.and Bruce son, Bruce, ,

.- and Mrs. L. L. Parker and Plnholster, Mrs. Guy Harrell, Mrs. Sunday
daughter, Glenda, Mr. and Mrs.. Beaulah Har r e 11 Mrs. Clyde of Jacksonville of Mr. and were Mrs. L. A. Wig Dlm'Ol
Jake Keene and daughter, Carolyn Kelly, Mrs. J. W. Thomas and guests accompanied t i'
Gainesville visitors Mrs. R. E. Hazen. gins. They were
were mother,
home- by Mr. Maxwell's
1 1i Tuesday.Mr. Mru. J.* M. Maxwell, who has
r
and Mrs Jake Keene and FLA.. STATE FARM teen visiting Mr, and Mrs, Wiggins ,
daughter Carolyn, are visiting By E. R. Bouvler for some time. Regulations
relatives in Ft. Myers.
,
'and daughter
BIRTHDAY PARTY Mrs. R. L. Long ,
Pvt. and Mrs. PaSCO Mott of homeat "
Mrs. Clifton Davis entertained Shirley, returned to their )
i Valdosta Ga., are visiting rela- Saturday afternoon with a joint Ponte Verda Beach after visit'ing

,tives for several days.! party for her daughters, Joyce Mr. Long here for a week. I have not been changed in any respect and

G. W, and R. E. Hazen were In and Melvene, who celebrated Mrs. Claude Johns is 'reported will continue to be
Center Hill Wednesday of last their eighth and thirteenth birth- doing very well in St. Luke's your, guide in all in-

your eyes bother you f let week. days last week. Games were Hospital in Jacksonville, where stances. However. in the interests oi coo.

me examine them end t fit you' Mr. and Mrs. Earle Green and played on the lawn, after 'which she underwent, an operation abouta servation.. you can do these things volun :

with glaues if you need them. Miss Agnes Rimes were shopping the honorees opened their many ,week ago. tarily

30 y.|n experience.Holidays In Gainesville Friday.Mr. lovely gifts. Then Mrs. Davis,
no Sundays by appointment. and Mrs. Hugh Rahn, and assisted by Miss Louella Davis, GRAHAMBy ,, *
I daughter, Merna Lou, of Raiford served Ice cream, cake and punch. Mrs. Eva StricklandMr.
TELEPHONE S.4B74 '.visited relatives Thursday of last The party was enjoyed by a number 1. ELIMINATE DAYLIGHT ILLUMIMATIQX ef'
491 Temple Thtatre Buildinj week i; of the young people. and Mrs. H. B. Altman of
'
Corner Main and fflcnroe Street Mrs.< L. O. Hazen, Miss Minnie Nichols are spending a few days t Indoor and outdoor advertising, pro.,.
Lou Hazen, and Miss' Bettye Mrs. Randolph Hardee and with Mrs A"., E. Ward.
JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA gong were In ,Starke Sunday.We children are the' guests of Mr. Mrs. Ruby Strickland and tlonal and display signs; show windows

are very glad to welcome and Mrs. Roy Roberts spent Wednes-
StatKa
: daughter of which
provide
.. -, ...... ,_,_'''' 1 .. .. .-uoa.. Mr. and Mrs: Vance Geiger and day night with,her mother, Mrs. no essential Interior ilai! |.
son Bradley, of Jacksonville,were Hllllard Broughton.Mrs. nation and
; marquee building
the ,week-end guests o f Mrs. Equllla. Roberts, Mrs., Eva entrants
Prompt Service Careful Drivers Gleger's) parents, Mr. and Mrs.J. Strickland and Mrs., Ida Jones signs; outdoor business establishments.
M. Bradley. visitors to Starke
were business '
Mrs. C. C, Partney and Mrs.J. Tuesday 2. Eliminate exterIor' and non-essential In-,
Starke Taxi ServicePhone M. Hembree spent Wednesday Mrs. L. C. Smith returned home
of last week In Gainesville shop last week after spending sometime tenor' ,decorative and'ornamental lighting

ping. with relatives In Tampa.
150' Mrs. R. P. StubbIns entertained Mr. and Mra., C. B. Roberts and decorative flood lighting. Redoes
Thursday morning, Sept. 9, witha afternoon with relatives -
Sunday
bridge party The rooms were spent at Lake Butler, wattage of essential 'Interior lighting if

attractively decorated' with late Mr. and Mrs Arlie Broughtonand
Day NightFOR summer flowers. Mrs. J. M. children of Starke spent Sun- practicable.

Hembree won high, and Mrs., M. mother, Mrs. Hll
with his
day 3. Reduce
I E. GrIner, bingo.J. liard Broughton. F wattage 'of all lighting. used with

O. Caldwell was called to Mrs. A. E. Ward spent the out ImpairIng safety consideration
Ocklawaha suddenly Friday because week-end with Mr;.and :Mrs. Fred .
SAFETY, COMFORT AND ECONOMY RIDE of the serIous illness' of his Johnson of Waldo.. 4. Use exterior lighting only as permitted:
father, J. B. Caldwell. John Eddy of, Waldo walt in
FLORIDA MOTOR LINE BUSSESFOR Mrs. R. C. Kitchen returned to our section Sunday afternoon.Mr. under Dlmont. Regulations but la no cass
her home 1 n Orlando after a and Mrs. Willie Roundtree

,COURTEOUS CORRECT INFORMATION week's visit 'wIth her parents,' of Tampa and :M:>Vf find Mrs. Harry ,,,4.. far, an Interval! of more,, than two oarr.
Mr. and Mr. \
PLEASE PHONE 147 Pavld Thornton/ Kellum of Jacksonville visited t "

,r t Billy; Overstreet of Mjjcclqnny! Mr and Mrs.'E. Strickland Saturday 5. ,Tura off lights when not actually_ ; needed
spent last Tuesday with his cousin, night i. '

UNION BUS STATION Claude Johns, Jr. Pvt. Egbert Broughton of Fort or whoa establishment Is not opea for '
Rev. and( Mrs. Charles Allen returned' home
McClelland, Ala.,
'''.''1'1'.' LACY CONWAY, Agent '' and children Joyce and David, Monday after spending some time !cosiness, except far lighting necessary
: 1 ,of Starke'were the guests of Mra.J. his mother, Mrs. Hilliard
Temple Are. Starke Florida with for
I' J. G. ,Caldwell Friday afternoon.\ protection. '
,. Broughton.
J j( i I Mrs. Irene B. Whitfield I left
",- -
i t THERESSA But. DO NOT curtail necessary military,
I
By Miss Ida IlaKan aviction and police lighting essential to

$ CHEVROLET DEALER Mr, and Mrs. Anthony of public health. including eyesight conserva

? Starke spent Sunday with the tion and safety; plant protection; transportation

Phillips family and
: production purposes. Outdoor
Mr. and Mr.. W.. T. ZeIgler and
I children of Jacksonville spent recreational activities are considered es-

EVERY Sunday with his parents, Mr. sential for wartime morale and lighting for

CAR AND TRUCK .;:it.1',.\ ,and Mrs. J. J. Zelgler." such purposes should not be discouraged.
Griffisand
''" Sgt. and Mrs. Sidney However. .whatever"economies can b*
y son of Chlldress, Texas spent ,
MUST SERVI AMERICA achieved
in these fields are
Sunday with Mr. and Mra. J. D. urged.

Griffis. ,
Miss Hazel Packham returned
from a visit to New York last U .

week.Mrs R. C Dampler and son,

Billle, spent the week-end with
v pw her parent., Mr. and Mrs. J. J. 0 1

Zeigler. *
Little Miss Vivian Packham of .r

Newport News, Va., I I. visiting i
her grandparents, W. W. Pack- ,
ham..,
'
g'H.. Swindell, from the U. S.
Navy of New York was visitinghis

father, Sam Swindell, this
week.
June Johnson of Jacksonvillewas '

visiting friends here Wed-
4Z e
ey nesday of last week.

Mrs. Daisy Squires, of South

Courtney. Conn.* was visiting her.
sister, Mrs. .J, Poi Johns, this
egYB.$4 week.,
t William' Gilfard of Starke ,was
t, ( visiting relatives here last week*
ui end.

W. W Packham and son Merle,
visited .relatives* In Winter Park
Sunday., '
.),(rs. E. S. Slbley'has returned J

home from Miami Where she,was

called..., ecaUM of sickness and
death. 't; 't
i : ,
fj 0 3

Bank Sells_ dna, a k

.
BACK THE ATTACK ," The People's State Bank ofStapl.
... Minn., sold, 89 acres of
land a mile and 'a"half east 'of
WlTH'WARBONDS Hampton last'Saturday>to W.. H.
k Smith,; engineer 'on I a transport
." chip according to,Frank C.' Hol-

llngsworth, real estate operator
Other
who made the deal.' About 60 Ways You Can Help Conserve

acres of the land are under cultivation Yea c_ MYe ia air eendlaoain9 by. adeptiaq sacr .......n.
AMERICA'S MOST POPULAR
DEALER SERVICE ORGANIZATION Mr. Holllngsworth stated r marque of '.dactioa 1a I-Pft1Iture emu .1at1. .1III cI1ty.

while the balance is In timber.The ElbaIacre. am.eaueary ... M e1l.beateae4Jpo.al sand
Smiths plan to build a home on w lain .0 eppileneN ...1.. ant Ia
the. property, Mr. Holllngsworth use.a
said. Mrs. Smith 'already lives
Torode :lear Hampton. "
Chevrolet Co. r.
Office asppile.1ga11'kind.. for I FLORID

ale at The .Bradford County COMPUiW:
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Telegraph. ".. ..
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SERVICE MEN office of the Clerk of the Circuit may I roO.have Interest In, or I and setting aside Decree pro Con- Florida and that address the of residence the said domicile tie-. and(OFFICIAL County, SEAL aforesaid.) A. J. Thoma.CI..k. >
a ereneral upon the '.""0' and Final Decree of Divorce '
Hems of ........ Hmrers>ls>. Court. reel l property :r.rlb..d In said p.. and other relief In the case of fondant .. particularly as the Circuit Court Bradford ,
It ....,. bo,.. ROW ....WIR. l'..... In addition to the above, the tition or any part thereof. b,.. W. H. Hall vs. Martha O. Hall.uiie same Is known nto.the plaintiff that la County,R.;FlorIda.Frank Solicitor. for |
.......... .. records as above stated; Greene. ;(
.. RR .r.d' .. Government through or under any of the aboy.nam..d number 2SV>>I. o( the 10.1
FouR,. ....,...... I. ....... Rad IrIS.,. Is now in the proce parties, or any of them Including of the above Court. Bradford there Is no person In the Stateof Plaintiff. t.a tt |t
..,.. ....,. '1''." ....... .."'I''_ :L of acquiring 1,200 acres more in the husbands, wives, widows County Telegraph shall publish\ this Florida the service, of a subpoena I
bind the
.. rei.,ste>d te write. to the''. the Idowers.. descendants, heirs. Order In next four weelrr*. Issues. upon whom would IK riHcriT (stilT, BRADFORDC0I'Nl'V .r
......... ....... .... artlvltlrs same locality for the same at-lsw. executors, guardian, administrators WITNESS! my hand and official said defendant, and that It Is the FI.OHIUAI IH! CHAN.
< purpose and by the same method. devisees, legatees and seal at, Htarke.! Florida. this 2nd belief of the plaintiff that the CHHY.Ross .
defendant. Is over the age of C. Chandler, Plaintiff, vs.
This makes creditor. If any of the above day of September. A. l>. 142.
a total of
3.773.7 Case
xsmed persons and the director. (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. .Thomas twenty-one years Betty Chandler, Defendant
acres. and stockholders. If any, of the Aa Clerk of said Court. IT IS THRUKFORK ORDERED No 1889.ORDKK '
also employed at the Gulf Service These acquisitions and former ,,ove named corporation and the Fred 8. Illsk, Atty. for Pit. that the defendant Anna Fr.nkZI..I..r NOTICE OF PUBLICATION TO APPEAR AND I
t.a U 1-14 file an appearance hereinon I'
trustees thereof It said
Station., Mrs. Crun d well I and purchases' in th.e Camp Blanding be dissolved, the grantees.Itenora corporations the 4th. day: of October 1942, STATE OF FLORIDA to: Betty

' young son are now living In St. area would seem to Indicate that assignees, successors or IN'! CJHCriT (,'0"'ItT, BnAIIVOIID. to the Dili of Complaint of thesaId Chandler I'hvada.whoa, residence I* LasVertas
next of kin of any of the .aI.i defendants Cot >'rv, KLOHIU.VI IN CHAN- Francis Edward Ziegler filed ,
))1Ztb, Augustine. the Government has plans well above named 'or their t'iciiv.Nathaniel: against. her In the Circuit CourtIn You are required. to appear onOctober

into the future,'for its military predecessor. !In Interest or of any (Nat) Welnstock. Plaintiff and for Bradford County, Florida Court 4th., and 194S,.cause In the, whereinplaintiff abovenamed
I MERTON CLARK person or person deriving any Interest vs. Edna "deide Welnsteck. De on the 2nd., day of HetXember Bradford '
saeka divorce.
RETURNS establishments here.SAMPSON. In, or lien upon or title to fendant. Case No. 281S. 14.1 and that this Order be tblsOrder
Merton F. Clark Fireman 1st the said real property or any partthereof 'ORDER Oil' PUBLICATION 'published: .I In the Bradford CountyTelegraph County In Telegraph next four shall weekly publish Issues.
Class U. S. by, through or from them AND NOTICR TO APPEAR a newspaper published officialseal !
Naval and
Reserve, returned EdnaSeide Florida.once Witness my hand
R CITY or any of them, and their respective STATE OF KIXmlDA tot In said Bradford County this InS
to his home at BrookMde! husbands, wives, widows, widowers Welnstock. rio| Kolb.r, 116 a week for four consecutive. at Htarke Florida, '
By Louise TamesMr. : W. lS4th "St.. Apartment I. New weeks before the return day stated day of September 143. ,
)Wer Farm, two miles east of Starke and their and all of their Order and Notice. OFFICIAL 8KAL.) A.: J. Thoma I
York. N. Y. In this
aucressors In title and Interest, all
last week. For almost and : You are required to appear onSeptember WITNEsS: hand and the sealof' A. Cleric of said Court.T. S I
'azu. two years M..... H. H. Varnes and of whom and who. names and : my Starke Florida. '
27th., 143. In the above said. Court, this the 2nd day Frank Ixindrum, SAlt
I before places of residence are unknownto
ha left to Join the Navy Curtis Varnes of Jacksonville wherein In the State )'. for ,PIt I-I 4t 9IttFrom I
30T.a the Petitioner, praying for condemnation named Court and cause, of September, 184J.
!! $ he was employed at the Starke spent the week-end here visiting upon proper compensation plaintiff seeks divorce Bradford 4

!rico { postofflce. He enlisted on October Mr. and Mrs. Mlllard Varnes, Mr. tor of the America use, of In the connection UnitedSates County In Telegraph next four shall. weekly publish issuss.Witne.us thisOlder ,

iaraea L 2, 1942 and was sent with and Mrs. E. D. Jones' and Mrs. with the establishment of an stir my hand and official\ seal where I sit

the 37th Navy Construction Bat. Louise Varnes. corps station and for related military at 20th Stark.3943.Ob4l'EAL, Florida this August IJ
of
purposes, the following S
talion to the South Pacific islands Pvt. Howard Brown of Camp described lands. situate In Bradford ( SEAL' ) A. .1. Thomas,
and Clay Counties. Florida to-wlt: A. Clerk of said Court.V. .
where he Miss
became 111 and Shelby spent a couple of NKOMKNT.. "A" All) that tract or C. Hardest Daytonn Beech
from a hospital there was sent days last week visiting his par. parcel. of \land lying and being Inflection Fla. Atty. for Pit. 8-27 U vilIN
.
. to the Naval hospital at San ents, Mr. and Mrs. Lem Brown. 80 and HI, Township 7 .' .Ju Joe Marsh. i

1. Diego, Calif., and later to Fort Mrs. Ray Goodge, little Ray South Township Range 8 South! 23 ,East Hange. Section 2) East e., C'OI"'I'Y"IHr"I'r, KI.OHIUVl(.ol..r. ,IIHADFOItn 4.HA.NCKItV. : \,; ., '" ;

Worth, Texas. He was given his Harper, 'and Dock Warren were 'lay County. Florida.' Section 1. w .: I
Wilkins niokenbaker Plain
Dnrla
,
Township 8 South. Range 22 East ,
medical discharge from the Navyon in Starke and Htimpton on business and Sections ft*, and SB, Township 7 tiff. v.., Joslith Klckenbaker, Defendant I

Aug. 21 and four days later Saturday. South, Range. 22 Bust: Bradford Case No. 11163.I the comfort- I
out
(County Florida more particularlyde.cril.ed ORDER OF PITHLICATTONANI "Jeep Nerves"-thatts 'What Dan home, picks
I
was released from the hospital. Vie, are sorry to report that as follow.: Beginning at > NOTK'B TO ATPISAHHTATK O'Neill calla the Jumpy way ablest chair and pours himself a ,
Merton the Northeast of :..I..tlOl31.. OF FIXHIIDA to Josiah '
attended BHS and took Mrs. Celia Jones) corner 'I ',
his. Is on the sick Township 7 South Range 23 Kast, Rlrkenltaker. whose. residence Address some folks react to the strain of tall, cool glass of beer. :
Griffls* Jr.,. son of senior year at Riverside Military list this week. Clay County Florida) thence. .South : i I", cjo W. M. Hlckenbaker Then he sips It-slowly and
I. E. L. Academy, a a k nesville Ga. 4,7.12.2 feet to the Southeast corner ( Calhoun' County, wartime living. .."
Howell Thomas t.rl/a : ::
and Mrs. E. U Grims of, From there he of Earlton was of said Section 81 of said I 't'n; Whose Post Not that Dan blames 'em. appreciatively-like good beer
home that he IsU attended Trl-State here one day last week visiting Township and Range and (County) Office Address Is, rio| W H. Itlckenbaker -
ke, writes Engineering College at Angola his. sIster thence continue Hnuth 2,707.0 feetAlong (Father" ). R. F. D 1, .Kilo- When you work 12 hours a day should be enjoyed.
a grand time" and likes Ind., for three 'Mrs. S. E. Jones, and the East 'line of Section 6, ree South Carolina. and.travel crowded bussesAnd by the time that glaiM of ,
'Ordnance ,Depot years receiving Jl.l.L. and Mrs. E. D. Jones. MM Township, 8 !!South Range 23 Kast, You are required to appear on .
work In an jegrees of B. H. In Mechanical S. E. Jones returned home with Clay County, Florida) thence West September 27th., 1943, In the above live in trailers and put up with beer Is gone Dan maym hU disposition -
address is: Cpl. Elisha 10,437: feet. across Section 5. Township named Court and cause, wherein
RIB Is new and
and
Engineering Chemical -It's only na- aa good as
Inconveniences
ai jr-34531286 ApO 4786, Engin. him to spend a few days. 8 South Range 23 East. Clay plaintiff seeks divorce and Maldonnatne
- Jrlffto. serlng. After. graduation he returned Smith Varnes and County, Florida and Section I, restored. Bradford County tural to get Vnso and irritable. the day's work. seems wen worth
New York. son Earl
of Postmaster, Township 8 South Hnnge 22 East Telegraph shall publish this OrderIn .
to his "
home here until of Avon Pa K spent Saturday Uindford County Florida, to a next four weekly Issues. "Folks must learn to relax, tackling again tomorrow.It's .

Y. Atalnlng a position with the night with Mr. and Mrs. Ray "liolnt) on the West line of Section Witness my hand and official 078 Dan, "and take It easy." a real effective formula. I ,
"
t. Township 8 South' Range 'al at Mtarke! Florida this Au.I -
Standard Oil Co. ). rld',2
MARINE CORPS as a tankerman. Goodge. Bunt, Bradford County, I not znth.! 1943.OFFICIAL And Dan thinks he has the know; I've tried it! ,' i
SS He was called\ home In 1940 because approximately 2,707 feet south of SEAL) A. J. Thomas "
1.1 cue Sammy Warren of Starke !
18, son formula. Soon as he's through
UKord M. Gottberg of the death of his the Northwest corner of said Section Aa Clerk of said Court C1. (lo ...
and Mrs. H.,J. Oottbergr. of father was visiting: his father, Dock II; thence North 00 degree 23 r. C. Hardesty Daytona Beach. at the shop he comes straight -, j
Ir. the late Robert F. Clark who was Warren Sunday.IV minutes West 7,5115 feet more or 1 1a.. Atty. for Pit. 8-27 4t silIN """
0"
nley Lake, enlisted In the superintendent of the less, along the West lines of Section I -
week.' He went to City Light I, Township 8 South Range : rmrrrr ('0 I'HT, nit".>.K..nn
Ines last & Water Plant for 18 years., THE tNITKI. STATES IHHTRH.T 22 East, and Section 8A, Township COI'NTY.' IrLOHUIAI| IX: (,..AN.
1 ando, Sept. 8,. and will begin With his mother, Mrs. Lucina KIIV: ('OI'R'" ion THH NOl'TH.' 7 South Range 22 East,' Bradford I C'E.'Y.Samuel No. 68 of a Series Copyright, 1943, Brnutng hJtutry FomJaOomGUARD .
training at Parria Is- IMoTltll'T OF FLOH1UA. County Florida to the Northwest S. 8erra Plaintiff v*. Carmala
boot :M. Clark, Merton will continueto' United' State. of America Petitioner Corner of said Section 8(1( said point I Hoitlla Serra..Defendant. Case.
d, S. C., Sept. 22. He was vs. 2,675,70 Acres of Land, more or being on the Southeast right-of- No. Ie!44OHHKR. S
run' the farm the business
pecan less., situated In Clay aid Bradford OF PtTnLIfATION
Ohio, and way line of the II. .$. &: F. Railroad
In Youngstown I and the Brookside Farm Counties, Florida, and Cecil K. ; thence along the said rightofway ANn NOTICE! TO APPKAR ---'e. S i I
own and operate Moore, et .1.. STATE OF FLORIDA tm Carmola
parents I Defendants. No. 531- North 88 degrees. 35 minute
Studio and Gift Shop' apartments. He hopes that his J'- lvU. ..NOTICElOF.CONDEMNA., East 3,8811 feetcto, a concrete monument fica I.*. aerra whose residence address
ft health' will improve enough topermit TION. t>ltul.'I ELJINU8. To: WHOMIT In Section 25, Township 7 Is clo Ceter. Hcalla. (Father. ), "
B Gate in Boomtown. him to cultivate the MAY COCER.AND TO: (a) South, Rang in East Bradford 15210 134th Street.' Houth Osone it
more Those. defendants who are residents County, Florida thence South 89 Park, L. I., New York) and Post t ,,1
than 30 acres of their farm. Then or believed to be residents of the degrees 15 minutes. East 5.B18 foet Office I Address Is rlo, CascadeLaundry4
MD9 FURLOUGH HERE he will be busy helping the war Plate of Florida.. Batten O.rtrud. cross Section 2ft, Township 7 South, Cor. Marcy Myrtle Ave., YOUR : ;l
W. McRae, Cox. V S. E., Starke. Florida; Batten R. L. Range 22 East, Bradford: County, Brooklyn New York. ,
Owen
effort on land Instead of on sea. otarke, Florida. ; Boree. Dan BIO Florida and Section HO, Township You are required to appear on
returned this week to his Stockton St., Jacksonville ..'Iortda'Bradford. I South: Rang 23 East;:. ; Clay September "211h., 194.1, In the above '
C. DavlavIUe : County of: a political named Court and cause, wherein
at N. C. C. County Florida to the Northeast FUNDS. 5 : fr
i SAYS ENGLAND: IS QUIETPvt subdivision of the State of Florida corn.r 'of the Southwest Quarterof plaintiff' seeks divorce. Bradford \
ode Island, after spending a Bradford County Court House. ald Seclon 80; thence South 00 g 3YI Telegraph shall' publish 1\ this J
leave with his parents Mr. I Purvis Grlffls, son of Mr. Starke: Florida. ; Clay County of: a degree 20 minutes Bast 2,843 In neat four weekly Issues.
jy and Mrs. S. F. Griffls of Starke; political subdivision of the State' feet to the Southeast corner of the Witness my: hand and official TRAVELING '
He Is WHEN
McRae. an .
Mrs. H. M. of Florida, Clay County CourtHouse Southwest Quarter of said Section seal at Htarke. Florida this August f ,:
Is serving with an ordnance company Oreen Cove Springs, Florida 2Srd. 194.1.OFFICIAL.
tructor in military training.: 801| thence North 116 degree 85 t ,
somewhere ;. Columbia Forest Farm., Inc., minutes east S.640.1 feet. along. the ( SEAL) A. J. ThomasAs
co| M. J'. Ho...,, Venetla. Florida; North line of Section 31, Clerk of said Court.W. visiting '
Township
ETTKNS TO STATION In England. He ...inmadtne Farms, Inc., do Louie 7 South Rang 23 East: Clay County C. Hardesty. Daytona Beach On a short or long business trip-when !

Cpl Raleigh E. Strickland re- received his basic] k Kurt, Attorney at Law. Consolldat- Florida to the point of begin- Fla., Atty, for Pit. 8-27 4t vilIN camps or baxs-or on rurlough-chans.your easily i I
tu ouiMAiiisT' auitauiivule, itioiiua; nine; containing 1.1 U.10 acresmore }
rued Friday to his 'station at training at Tex. Florida. tftate. oft epeasard L. 'ko'' or I...... SEUMKNT "B" All, THH. CIHCIIT COURT OF. TMHKimiTII lost or stolen cash into safe American Express ,
12- arkana and has! >anu, uovurnor Tauanaesee b &01'- that tract or parcel of land lying jriflCIAI. 4'IHCl'IT' OF
after a
loral, Mls., spending: been "across"! Ida; It. A. Oray, Secretary o'f Stat. and being In Section. 20 Township KI.OIIII>%, IN ANll VOlt BRASFOUl )- Travelers Cheques before you I..... Spendabi.S t
iy furlough here'with hlalotler v( Florida, "IU..Ia....., .'Iorl stolen
Mrs. Cora Strickland. about two Lee, comptroller. of State ofFlorida County, Florida and Section 25 Francis Edward ZIegler. everywhere. Prompt refund if lost or I

k Strickland Is In a medical months.. .H "| Edwin. ,Larson Tallahassee., titate Treasurer Florida; of J. Bradford Township County 7 South"Florida Range more 22 East par. -ve-Plaintiff Issued in denominations of, S1O, $20' $'<0: and S t

tidiment and works In the writes his mother] .'h*Mf C"oIU jr iui'lua, AM.iianasB'.., s lot- tlcularly descrlbsd. a. follows: Beginning Anna Frank Zlecler Cost for $100. Minimum cost "40(! for ;'
that. -"We :getj Ida;' English, superintendent"of" I at a concrete monumentat Defendant. $100. 791
W "* .... '
pitai. During; atayat PtIOlic rll.tru"non.aUaha. the southeast '"corner of the THE STATE OF FLOHIDAt Offices
$50. For sale at Banks Express I''
to eat.I Florida J. Tom Watson Attorn.y $10 to ,
plenty "
me last week he enjoyed aiking ; Northwest Quarter of Section 30, TO: ANNA FRANK Z1BIIL.KR! <
picture show] U nerai t>( State of Florida,''lauahassee Township, 7 South Range 26 East, It appearing' from the plaintiff l'LAMERICAN r
[ trip with N, N. Prevatt. Florida; Forsythe, Lou D., Clay County, Florida; thence North sworn Hill of Complaint on fileIn
I; address Is Cpl.. Raleigh E. here, and there! Chlefland Florida: Foremost Prop- 89 degrees 35 minutes' West 5.816.6 the above entitled cause, whichIs
'
.i ties, Mm., co| Louie Kurti, Attul'- feet across Section 80 7 divorce EXPRESS
Station are pie nty of] :: Township a suit for an absolute ,
rlckland, Med. D e t., ] ney atLaw, Consolidated building Mouth, Range 23 East, Clay County, that It Is the belief of the plaintiff f
OP, Floral. Miss. good looking" Jacksonville' Florida; Ueorgla In- Florida and Siding 25, Township that the defendant Anna Fran
girls so youd7 uuHtnui Kealty Company, cio Jo. 7 South, Range 22 Eat' Bradford Ziegler, la a resident of a stateor CHEQUES -
Hill Williams, Attorn.y at Law County. Florida to the Southeast country other than the State of .
ATIONED IN BRAZIL know me. I will Liana fciutier.: Flonua; riagan. Ida right-of-way of the G. S. *. F.
get along O. K. also known as Ida J. HaHan Tlieressa Railroad; thence Northeasterly.
Cpl. Robert H. Crundwell Is ; Holder, S. co| H. S. I Ir
Florida; along' said rlprht-ofway: to Its Intersection
.ttoned in Brazil, South Amer- where there Is fa show to go to Roebuck RFD Ualnesvllle, Florida with the Not-th line of I

Com- and a few girls around." He tells ; Ivey, L. T., Clerk of Circuiteourt Section 25. Township 7 South. .
I, with the 1216th M. P. Clay County Florida Clay Range II East, Bradford County.Florida i
any. During his residence In.I I his home folks not to worry as County Court House, Oreen Cove ; thence' East: along the r

tarke he served the police I England Is pretty "quiet" right Springs, Florida Johns Leonard North line of Hectlon 25, Township CAKT fAIL 'L14jJ1
on \. Inornton, Hampton Florida; Johns. 7 South Range. 32 East, Bradford YOU
Fee for several monthsand)_ was now. I.. a. Hampton Florida: Jones, W. County, Florida and Section 80,
A., RFD, Htarke, Florida; Knight. Township 7 South' Rang 29 East
D. B., tark.. Florida 1nlgbtN. Clay County. Florida to the Northeast .
needed rushing patients to the L., Slarke. Florida! Lee, OIW'ltr, corner of the Northwest Quarter -
hool Cafeteria Blending assistIng Mtarke. Florida; Llndsey. ,, of said Section' 10; thence South
hospital at Camp Hi. Augustine. Florida Mansell N.'V. ro the point of beginning, containing '
hanges PlanA In domestic problems of sol .. RFD, Stark., Florida; Moody 299 Acres more or less. NOWTHEREFORE %iii7ii,1 I
Bradford County Florida! : commandedto
diers' families, answering many B. F., you are -
Moore. Florence as Administra be and I In United
few of the larger schools Inrsdford questions giving desired information trix of Estate; lj) W. Moore, diOe5lidr' States District appear cnirt ol'trfI! Southern

out .Btarke,JTlorlda: Paekham. District Florida, at Jackson
County twill operate 'assisting In"fllilng pap
F. M. co| T7; Alderman Starke' ville. Florida on the llth day of 1-
'eterlaa on a different, plan this ers for anxous dependents and pr.vatt. Mary M., for- October, A. IV 143, 'at 10 o'clockIn '

'ear. Mrs. Thelma CL Flanagan, too many other duties to men. Florldak' nown a. Mary 111. Jones, the morning I said day, by fllInsr !
Theressa. Florida; Roebuck, H. 8., your written claim or answer
f r Tallahassee. State Supervisor tion. We cannot help but feel a RFU. OalnesvIHe. Florida; Smith- either,In person or by attorney andto $

t the school lunch program un. more kindly spirit In the atmosphere Foster Sill of Bradford Starke,' (Florida,;Florida Tax. show what' Mwht' till of. Interest .

rr the State Department of Education a feeling of understandingby follector, Starke Florida; Talt County Collector aid property you hav 4'and or to claim show In cause or to I.yT

met with a number of those thousands-yes millionsof of Clay County. ,Florida Florida; ,Thomas(ireenCove why It should not b* taken for t
;
8prln : '
cl100l principal. In the ,County -- sympathetic bystanders! who Eva Ma. Stance., Florida; Thomas. the uses and purposes set forth In
aid petition 'a. amended) and this
perintendent's office recently make the American Red Cross A. J.,. Clerk of Circuit Court.Bradford Brad- not to omit upon penalty I J
to ford County Florida of ubr: barred of all claim and
.
go throughly Into the. suggested possible. Stark.., Florida -
County Court House
Interest In and to said lands, and
new plan of operation.It Visitors from every walk of ; Thomas of, Internal Arch Starke' ImprovementFund Florida; of having judgment' by default entered I'J

is forward by these offices at the Trustee of Florida, Tallahassee against 'rau. WITNESS my
one brought life call at' of the Stat. hand and official seal of this Court

the Food Distribution Administration Red Cross building daily and are Rosin Factors.Florida;Inc.Turpentine, Atlantic- National and this the 13th day of September, A. \ r'. S ,-

which allow the schools given every possible aid. Every I Bank Building, Jacksonville A. 104T EDWIN, < R. WILLIAMS ("I..rkt'nlhd t4
credit in certain at all times to Florida) Wadsworth O. P., also ,
the purchase of courtesy is shown States District Courtouth.rnDlstrict
Wadsworth .
: -
foods if they follow the menus every Inquiry presented ,to the known Hampton a,* Florida.lordon .I.(b) Those. defendants ( : $ By HAROLD of S DARBY FloridaBRAD q &v :

laid down by'the FDA.. !'The local chapterK !, non-residents who of are the believed Stat. of to Florida be- 9-17 4t lOS :.....-- Deputy Clerk. /t ,,

cafeterias are no longer relief!: As the fall season approaches: and .. to which the followingIs inr THH rtiuiiT coritT. HHAPF0ltl .
Program" it do of the the last ad best known address. !% INI4.tSCEDY. J
was ..Id. "They ;, the Home Service Dept.,. claiming by.thro..ltOrn > tIll ''rF. FI.OIUK*
and all person 4
( : :
not receive commOdities nor employ hopes Marian Low, ,
Chapter
Bradford County.., or r3m.8f..IL1h Martha (I. Hall. .
WPA labor. Therefore the toward l e V y Chase, l :
the enthusiaftai of helpfullness Maryland 1.0w, -Mlnnl., 841.1") FlorIda \ Pla'ntll '.. .. / ,
Schools will be compelled, to our armed forces and their St. Chevy. Chase, Maryland; W. IL vu*HAlt and TxHtle Kelly, 'S

charge a little more for"lunches families will become more' and" 1.wrY.O..ra. Humtes Shelby.L.{ Jr., slit Defendants ;.1' '
than Division Office, Camp Mississippi ORDER op PUBLICATION AND : ..,. -
they have In the past. more prevalent. ; McClellan Bessie Sol Dela-. NOTICR TO APPEAR .,...
If type '-A" lunch, Is served are giving van* Wisconsin; Polhemus. Clinton STATE OF FLORIDA to: W. H battles \
for Instancethe be After all-our boys F.. lilt Lake Avenue Asbury Park Hall and. Lottie Kelly rio| Hall Every day INVASION ate taking the U..ol ,

school :will. their ALL. Let us do our bit. New Jersey Pr.vatt. Mary M.. for Hanging Co, P.' O. Box 53. Montgomery .L under.the Stars and ,. I'
"lowed 9 cents on each lunch; m.rly.known a. Wary M. Jones. rio AlabamaYOU *- galla\nt boys fighting Stripes. .
S W' C Cochran RFD NA 2, Bus and each 'of u. are' required S' '
cents "
for type''B-1. and 2 cents Takes 147. Wilmington.: North Carolina; to appear on tt. Rule DayIn S. yourd.ason.ssonaluiaband..w..tb.adfath.r.fl. ,, S
On type "C" lunches. '..The school, Government Rivers, Lillian Grace' Van Buren.. October. A. D.: 1(43 low It. October % relatives and Mends-ar. or seen be f S
8 5th Street. Savannah Ueorgla abovepamad brothers may
Minorities lilt W. 4th A. D. 143, In the
take, the money they More PropertyIn ; Tanner, DeWItt C.. Littleton. C'ourt andrause.. wherein engaged In these bloody battles where the ..oyth"o. ,
receive from and the Buren Julia Florence.. .
the FDA, N. H Van plaintiff seeks art order vacatingWhen

.tudent. and pay'. Jt operating ex- Camp Areas 218;W Van 28th Buren.Street Rhonald Savannah Erwin.Georgia the Qrlm Beap'er flashes In every volley of the gnat.' \ r

pensell from those, funds.. Because Blanding "and envl.rons' UO E. 4 th" Street Savannah Valdosta. Oeor- The ird War Lean ef IS billion dollars mutt pay lor / "
of Will Camp Whltehead It. B. rio ,
the gla;
and '
"red Iso
other necessary tape become a permanent military Hardware Company Valdosta Georgia Your the equipment, ammunition and food out boys steed
conditions which have to bmet (cThe following person whoseaddresses

t In order 'to'' secure,this aid .post? .That remains to be and If deceased are unknown, their If unknown living Back Hurts- clesp..u.ly-aaclyou must raise th* mon.yl I

nom the Food Distribution. 'Ad seen, though the Government Is 'heir*. grantees devisees personal. Buy at bait one EXTRA $100 War Bond In Sep.

ministration r It Is not thought purchasing outright a great deal Dan representative; Edmondson or, W assigns B.; Forsythe.: Bor. And Your Strength tux! limber besides your regular bond purchases do ,. ,

likely' that more than four or five Lou D.S Hagan Ida. also knownas r Energy I.) Below Par "I
choolD in the County will avail of property which could probably Ida J. Hagan t Holder. S.I. Jones.. It WaY be caused by disorder of kld- all-out with every' dollar you can scrape up and ,

themselves have been leased for the W. A.j) Ltadsev* Walter Moodv.B. ..,. fvaetlos 'Stat permits polsottouswaste Into the world'ssalest ,
F. slapping cent S
of t h. ,opportunity F ; Norton.HU1h; Packham. to aeraaiulate. far truly sassy keep right en every WAR
.
Starke, Lawtey, Hampton and (he "duration," Just as well. M; Roebuck B. H.{ Sta... Edna M.2 people. esl tired weak sad ':.. I..om-W.. Bonds I i-'.
Robert E.; Rummers. Ben- fall ..
Reno received Stars, Whra the kldseye nmeve esass
schools wiflrobably be all The, Government has tumln H.I) Thomas. Arch Thomas ..... sad eteer.waste statter heW the. LOAN .
3rd War Loan quick backup
Make the S
a success
with' the proceedings Eva Mae; Van Buren. B. K. (d) The Mood. "
possibility o**one or two through con demnatlon heirs devisees, grantees personal Yea ..,.T*> fl.' .sft n. .be.*s..ke.rheuoatle 5
others. or "declaration 'of taking", representative or assigns of thefollowing ,.,..., ......*._. dlsalness.Mtlac ., your soldier, sailor or marine AIL THE WATI '

J.ST5.7 acres of, land In Bradfordand to be person deceased deceased who. or names believed BooMUsxes( VS r''b'.r.-.a-U": : : ; :::-.' ,

Home which Is being .... .....,. Is
Service Clay counties and addresses are unknown. Van tloa with l smsrtin sastber -
Chance F., deceased. ; VanBuren slca tas eemetalaf' Is wree. wits I I I-
Air Support Ruren.
:
:4 used by the Keyston7 Madder. BACK .1..HiDODGE
News Sophia F., deceased;. Van she hldaers er .
Notes, Command Bale. Buren7 Erwin Sackett d.......... There should he a*dmbt. that prompltr.ats.r.I ,
for Is wiser' then _1M" Use
consists of 24 WHEREAS, a petition condemnation .. p40.. It J* better to ,.> es athat
A This property the list Dee. '
been lied on
of. Interest In the&CUvltle1 hss :
'speed-up of the Red Oro! Is different tracts of land ranging In day of October A. D. 1942 (a 1amended Biedtaae than oa has sessothlal won euuntry.14e Uss Isvorsblykaowa. spprorsl > I ri!
*
of Bentember -
"*, keenly felt and realized In size front 1 acre to 600 acres and A. D.on the 142 12 In day the United twos'.sve Are boos M all tred drag sad stores.test J. P. Roberts Motors

""! community each 'day. 'A* the aggregate brought the sum states' District District of Court Florida for the by Southern the :-r.r-i,, .

Workers go about their duties. of 2831373. This "Judgement United Bate of Ame..ca. Petitioner' PLYMOUTH' SALES' & SERVICE L1i
,declaration of taking" was against the above named defendants -
WUng families of service men. On all DOANS PILLS
and
and against any
n1ervlce men, and TialtJnW the filed Dec. 9. 1942 but has In Just the person whose nameS. are unknownto 600 Temple Ave. Starke, Florida f ,1 ;

lick, calling in the doctor when been recorded on the books the Petitioner claiming C or who



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'1'ELEGRAPlJ.81'.iRKE.. FLORIDA J-RIDAV. SF.I'TE1Im.
PAGE. Tt0LaT BRADFORL COUNTY :t 1 1NOTICE .

-.. I the wood will meet withready a the right to waive any Informalltle"In STATE OF 'FLORIDA TO APPEAR to. War- the same q
Mary Anne who have been vie I that or to reject any or all bid. County Teleeaph, ,
B. II. S. ENROLLMENT New SurveyIs Ing In the home of her parent,, I demand at best prices. Use Each bid mURt check be or aooompante a certlflei< then 109 W.J. Sullivan Washington: whom Street residence Ureonvllle *I*. Order next fo ur>hall w. UI/j'&
SLIGHTLY OFF al hardwoods known to be high I InI by a Caviller' ,8. Car eealvat .klr i itember I
:
NecessaryFor M -. and Mrs. J. C. Brantley j check or bid bond In the amoun etarkr an
will arrive here thl.I t heating value such as the oak of five percent (S%) of the ban Ton are" required to appear on 6e h .'Iurlda ant,
h (Continued from page one) Nursery SchoolThe Mount Dora hickories, beech, and heart longleaf bid an a guarantee that the Bidder, October Llthr, 194S, In. the above (OFFICIAL JnP. :; t th I
week. tit awarded the contract, will withIn named Court and ooune. wherein A.
Mrs. Thelma Cooper, Los An- The Church of Christ having a pine. Cut for fuelwood only) / ten (10) eonaeculve calendar plaintiff ,eeek an Order setting I E. Mulcah 'I"''k1"SEAFOODS NI
i Board of Public In. written notice helniirlven aside >ecre and deolarlntf Ida '
County defective trees, or such specie day after Final' .Ally futyph'trktmgyllp
'. grelea Calif., typing and physical regular minister will rfbw haithree I of such award, enter Into t a .,-
.. education. struction had a called meeting regular services each Sui ., which have".no market value written contract with the City or I

Mrs. Rosa Cook, Danville, Ga., Monday morning to discuss the day -- Preaching at 11 A. M. Most farm woodlands: now have Stark the accepted. Florida.bid In and accordance give a with performance (. ,, CHICKEN DIN

Home Economics. proponed Lannam Nursery School and 8 P. M., 'and Bible Study i at too many .suerft?trees.,, and they bond Nattofactory to thi...

Mrs. Alice Evans Chicago 111, tor 2 to 6-year-old children of 10 A. M. -- and prayer Ijervlces need 'to be removed,anyhow. Do City of percent Starke((100 equal%) to of.one the 'hundred contract STEAKS ',- CHOPS

Art English Creative Writing. employed mothers Although $9- each Tuesday evening at 8 a'- not ee1Jtnorelttrt'pine'] front'th price. ', -

and manager of the school cafe- 18 5 In Federal funds has been clock. All are cordially invlt farm woods' thaft"can" be spared( within No' Bidder sixty mad teO)withdraw day; after hi*:th bid" : bELICIOUS IRISH STEW

! teria. appropriated for such work among to attend these services. Fat pine llghtwood will keep' for date not for the opening thereof.

James 'llobba football coach. both white and negro children years, Is not reldlly replaceable City" of Sarke Florida '

Mr. Hobbs Is connected with the there was discussion pro and con Maruca Sells and Is always folded on the farm By Carl: John. TEMPTING TASTY SANDWICHF

Clay-Bradford Health Unit and as 10 the advisability of'opening Also,do not sell as cordwood any' ; City Clerk. 9-17 It 10-1 DELICIOUS HOME MADE PIESA

does not teach any subjects the school at the present. Interest In Store sticks of fat plnd which can. be "RAnFORD r .. ..

a Mrs. James Lawley, Mobile, Owing to the fact that all ex- e utilized for fence posts. IN 01-1'11'("I1U'I'IT. FLORIDA(COURT f;, CHAM. .

Ala., school secretary.Due penditures must be matched 50- After four years of owning anoperating Wherever possible,-utilize,'first, ('''JRY. & A, LUNCHEONETTEIn
vtElbert
Plaintiff
his on the corner Verd'l 'Lee Avery.
be secured grocery ,
to
sufficient funds
,
to the fact that a 50 by local all sound top wood and turpeJ'ltln"e Avery Defendant Can No.
number of'students did not enroll from fees, and the further fact of Cherry Street and Road : lea. Park Theatre Bldg.
In these ,courses Latin and that it has been several months 48, Mike Maruca Is in the pro-, butts left In the woods after ORDER OF PUBLICATION TO APPEAR AND V Starke

Plane Geometry have been dropped -: since a survey was made, the cese of taking on a partner. He logging and pulpwood operations. STATE NOTICH OF FLORIDA to* Ffc,

: from the curriculum I Board decided to conduct anothei i has been afflicted for the paat County Agent Dyer points out Rlbert Avery Infantry, 8420861)8,,) Ft.Company Bennlns IParachute ,,:
Is being offer this in an effort to determine year with a hernia and help iso 1 Is tremendous!
Physics survey that .In view of the ;; Georgia. EVERY.BRANCH
Instead of Chemistry, and how many children of working difficult to obtain; that he You are required to appear on October OF
year be available and figured the best .way out 'was a Increased demands on transportstlon 18th. 1IM3.In the above namedCourt A
Creative
include would
mothers plaintiff
other new courses and cause, wherein
Art. Problems In American how many parents would be willIng partnership. facilities': and other wa seeks divorce and Maiden Name raRtor. -

Democracy, Home Economics IIIuslnexs to pay the fees assessed. Th Hence he has sold half Interest needs sufficient quantities of coal .. Bradford this'County Order Telegraph In next
publish
shall
Arithmetic and Voce Board postponed final action lithe In his stock and fixtures to Joe and fuel oil may not be available, four weekly l 11'8"e.. nJuianceH.
Its regular meetIng Starling who entered the bus!- Wltnex my hand and official
'tonal Agriculture.J. matter until and therefore the increased use of seal at Starke' Florida, this Sep
Oct. 4, which will give 1 il ness and began work on Sept. 2 r.
.ember 15th.
wood for fuel wherever possible 1843'A.
J. THOMAS,,
another survey Mr. Maruca owns the building.
G. McDonaldJohn time to complete may be necessary both for human An. Clark of said Court.
Government funds are available, and will.remain in the' store' for comfort, and"In relieving' transportation Knight. & Knight Starke, Florida.
McDonald 70 died and the schools will open if and two or three weeks until Ml ; Attv., for Plf. (OFFICIAL SEAL)
B. bottlenecks so that th< C. WALL
9.17 4t 10-8
avail Starling gets "the hang of .
children are,
Sept 9, at when enough
afternoon I war effort will not be impeded.
Thursday brief able and sufficient fees are Insight things", and then he plans to en 1 1> .IR"t'.T RT. nn.'nroHnfOUTY
home in Lawtey after a I'M C1IA1-:
his t FLORIDA
ter Vincent's Hospltal'for an
their success. St.
F
Leesburg to Insure .
of CKHY.Clarfco
native
illness. A to Lawtey three AU woiMng mothers white or operation. Lawtey Baptist Skinner Plaintiff. Vfl. Alexander AgencyConstant
moved
Ga.. he W. Skinner, Defendant Case
children between Mr. Starling was for eigh
Fla colored who have "
years ago from member Island of the Grove Baptlsl, the ages'of 2 and 6 years, years In the meat department of,: Rev. E. 'E. Swearlngen, Jack'sonvllle No 2479.ORDER'.OF PUBLIfATIOtf ANDNOTTCE3 Service Over 50 Years
He was a minister will conduct APPEAR
who would send their child or the Tip Top Super Market and TO '
Alexander

OF FLORIDA to:
Church children' the schools and pay for two years with W. M. Ed services at the Lawtey Baptist STATE. W. Skinner, whose residence
Ha is survived by his widow, Church at 11''o'clock Sunday Seaboard Avenue South
the fees set forth below, are asked wards. More recently he operated I* 1413
Mrs. Cherry Aon McDonald; five( morning.. Alliare cordially invited Norfolk, Virginia.You Please Phone 146
to fill In' the following Information his own grocery on Road 4t are required to appear on
daughters, Mrs. D. A. Bed en- and mail or send to the for 8 months. to attend the service.Lawtey' October 18th 1943 In the above
; Mrs. Agnes Sapp named Court and: came wherein
Tampa
baugh, Bell, I office of the County Superintendent plaintiff eeka divorce, Bradford
Lake Butler; Mrs Tracy Jack1onvll1e of Schools In the County Cut Fuelwood NowIs MethodistChurch County Telegraph hall publish.
Ocala; Mrs. Joe Harrell, Jr.. Fla. this Order In next four weekly.

.- ; and Miss Grace McDonald Name Courthouse of Parent,Starke: ......_......... Good AdviceOf School 10 A. M MornIng } ltie Witness' my hand I and, official .
Jacksonville; four sons, Ira sWorchlp'11 o'clock subject seat at Htnrk Florida ,this September
Address of Parent: ----------- .
T. McDonald,. Chicago,.. Ill.; Lt. Occupation of Mother: ._._.._--_ County Agent "WhenC8OuUelpT'\ Youth: Fel- (OFFICIAL llth.SEAL 1943.) A. J. ThomasA.
Henry McDonald Uv ::!. Army, Attend lovshlp 7 |M'Wr-Evening Worship Clerk,of said. Court. '
to
Number of Children A cord of well seasoned oak,
Lima, Peru; Joe W. McDonald Wallace Nursery School; ________ hickory, longleaf, or slash pinewood 8 o'clock, subject "Nearneas J Atty.8 Harrison for Plf.! Jacksonville_ Florida 4t .10-8 ; IT WILL
Ohio and Corp. of God"-Hefllert: Hazzard
; pas-
Cleveland ,
(Fee; $2.00 per week per child Is equal to ton of coal,
McDonald U. S. Army Air .ISO I t'Or"-- ,;:'4 a, '." n* t'IRCTrr"COl'RT. BRADFORD M'
He for white i children; per or 200 gallons' of;; fuel oil, Inheating COUNTY' FLORIDA IN CHAN.: : '
Corps; stationed In England. week per child for colored children value, says County. Agent CALL Ti-OK; s CHRY. NEVER'
la also survived by three sisters FIRE PVMPMfV'ANU .J"IJIPMa Mary A. Mandalou' Plaintiff v*.
;
L. T.
)
H. H. Laremore Miami; Dyer. s'I'4RKB'LORIIIA Nick Mandalou Defendant. Case \
Mrs. Miami and Coal ,and fuel oil may be hard !.. P. W. DOCKUT:: fiO.t KUA., 8-Sl No. 2676.ORDER. -
; -
Mrs. Ethel Laremore Church Of Christ to. get this winter; Mr. Dyer 10 _. NOTICE OF PUBLICATION''TO APPEAR AND. ;
Eetelle Cocke: Anderson"vUle. Healed bide'"for furnlnhlnu aFire :
Mr
warns and farmers may do;well Pumper and Equipment In and STATE) OF FLORIDA to: Nick BE LONe
Ga., and 10 grandchildren. Has New PastorThe to look to their own fire wood for the City of Htarke, Florida, will Mandalou, whose residence Is i486 tl.Somet1mesjyou'U.
Funeral services were held be received by the City Council atthe ChannlnsStreet,. N.E.' Washington -
supply, as well as to provide his D. 5. >
12 at 2o'clock City Office In Htarke Florida w
,
Sunday afternoon Sept. congregation of\the Churchof necessary fuel for town and city until two, (1:00) P. a1., E. W. T. on You are required to appear onOctober
In the Lawtey Baptist Christ not only has a fine new Tuesday, the fth day of October llth 1941 In the above
markets. 1943. at which 'time and place all named Court and cause, wherein ,
with the Rev, O. IS. Cut- which It erected
Church church edifice, plaintiff seeks divorce and custody
Cordwood has never been so bide received will be publicly open- find that
shaw officiating. Interment was several months ago near ;It h e ed and read aloud.Instruction of children. Bradford County'Telefrraph -
ilgh In price and, there'may be hall publish this Order In
Lake to Bidden. Form of your
favorite dealer
Cemetery but It also hasa cannot
In, the Dekle Union Bus Station opportunities for many' farmers' Proposal, General' Condition. Detail next four weekly l *ue*. f sup-
Butler. brand new minister In the person Specification, Form of Contract : Witness my hand and olfielateal \ ,ply.you with JAX'Beer because
to cash In on the fuelwood market and Bond be examinedat .. at Htarke. Florida this September
Pall bearers Were J. H. Moore of Aubrey Mercer who this year. the office of the may City Clerk of I IStarke. 8th, 1943. : v .. the enormOus popular demand

honorary; J. T. Prevatt, J. ,s. preached his first sermon In his Her area few tips on cutting Florida, and at the office I (OFFICIAL> SEAL A. J.Thoma
A Clerk of said Court, -
of Charle K.: Rlchheimer of the plus government requirements
'Eunice J. H. Eunice. Earl Pre- newpastorate on ,September 5. md marketing tire wood as listed Firm of Reynolds. Brewton Hmlth I' '1'. Frank Landrum Starke Florida t" ,, _
vatt Tracy Bennett and Marlon Mr.. Mercer is an A.,. B.. graduate ; >y County: Agent, Dyer: and Hill. 6th Floor Robert Build. Atty., for Pit 9-S- '4t 8X. *, ; :: forservice men have exhaustedthe
-
Abilene Christian Col- Ins Jacksonville Florida.. and ,,' "
Reddish,; of the Cut, split, and stack greenwood copies thereof obtained upon payment IN'IRCtTIT cornr. BRADFORD' llmitefl: supply;,
lege' at' Abilene, Tex, He has of $10 00"for each net, whichpayment "OUNTV. PLOHlUAl IN '
now so It, will be reasonably CHANj4 : If this happens to you,
nine wll bl refunded return -'KRY. a
for :
| upon "
20 Years Service'' been In the ministry 'as dry next winter.. Cut wood of Such ..ea'in rood condition Warthen J !'Sullivan. Plaintiff, ;,*. '. : '. remember that it won't be long
years, and spent 14 months ; Into lengths and thickness required within ten day after. bid. have Margaret Ruth Sullivan., Cae Nag, I .
Texas ',before bn opened and read 8008. f .:....
here awarded pastor a t Clyde t' tomorrow, probably-before
,
courthouse
If the by your particular market so The paid' ('lIyCouneli r Rervell'> ORDER OF PUBLICATION: AND. ,
service stripes to its faithful servants coming to Starke. He Is living, :' ." "' your dealer will again have a sup-

Ernest Byrd, Janitor, would at the former residence of Lacy >'f'ff. I '
loaded down with Conway near Road 48 about a ', ply of golden,. mellow JAX because -
hav a sleeve
them. He began his employmentthere mile northeast of town. : ; we are' making every effort

Mrs. Mercer and their twoyoung maintain deliveries and to
on August 6,1023-20 years I.. to. see

ago. daughters, Elieen and ',\l that everyone gets a fair share of

4 '' 1 the Drink of Friendship: .



I, CLASSIFIED ADSIF W11! : Jf4 F'r '


BUY OR SELL PERMANENT WAVE, 59cl DC : : : '
YOU WOULD
milk cows.stock cow, beef cattle your own Permanent w 111CharmKurl 1 ,S 0 A S K
In Kit. C o m p let -.e
stock balls or hogs, get
touch with J. P.. Odom Jr., equipment. Including 40 curler

Box 247 Stark; Box 204" Lake and shampoo. Easy. to do, absolutely t
.AGAIN4: < .
harmless. Praised bj
;
City; Telephone 481 Lake City. thousands. Including Fay MeKemie 0- \ ,
.Auction market every Tuesday: ,
I '. t
,, glamorous movie star L A,
Thursday '
2:30 every
Lake City, : ;
Palatka 2PM. 1-6-44 Money refunded if not,satisfied.
tomorrow
Koch's Drug Store. I .I.

WANTED middleaged'whitelady
FOR RENT- one 30-acre farrr
to act as companion and ,
three'' miles west of Lawtey 0 rC
take care of home for elderly '
couple. Must live on premises. House and: out ,buildings. Al "' -. and you'll probably

Apply Smith's Garage. 9-10 2tp land farmed this year.' See Doi iind. that "'your" dealer again has
Watnwrlght ''Sunday only. e
LOST-one medium sized red and 9-10 3ttWANTED ; stock of this grand beer a

white ''pled ,cow with bull calf. '" brew so good that we say with

,' Cow marked crop upper bit "You" can't better
,,' pride: buy
Listings on apartments houses or ," t ;: .
under
one e a r. : .
straight split 'v' ,
:
; branded HC. homes for rent; located within 21j '4' .<' beer at any price.-
square other ear .
of -
,
mile of Starke 1
,
Calf not marked or branded. '" >
; ..
.
119 East Call Street ; t ,
2
Rt. ,
Reward.-A, D. ,Crosby,

Box 219 Starke., 9-10 Stp W._ T. CLUTE. Realtor II J,<',,<,"-, ".; ,.','
mllmavv's
over there 1. .
FOR SALE-A. real sacrifice la WANTED-Old phonograph rec- ea51n>:.Wsrms

modern rock home, 4 bedrooms eras 3c per lb. None wltl W now,, fighting,. our ememies \ 1

2 tub baths servant's apt.Located with Cow paper.Starke Phone Fla.179, Pal Music- tl to keep fk. ,;Stars ,and Stripes ,Hying..t regular bond pnrohasot' -ouutT, will havoc' TO OUR. DEALERS
2-car etc. LJ .
bath
garage .
1. on landscaped 12'acre lot ".. oro lie loft, b. told me thor to invest th.u*aadsl ,
FOR SALE-3O-acre farm, new
r on pavement 17,500. Terms. house barn and fence; also new a" going to ,aood moto equipment,, i. Don't think that what yon do Isn't im- We kn wwhat'you're upagains't

a; t I Sea or call.,Arch Fla.Campbell*" cane mill 1-4 mile east of JOe'i' moss ammunition and moss food. for .poriant. It will take all erery individual .' and were doing
Gainesville Itp
Realtor Grill on ,old Lawtey Road our level best to keep you sup-
miles from Camp Standing. INVASION of onomT land. In Amerieo can raM.'to put this 3rd: War ,
please
can't
LOST,-Black wallet containing plied, When we
valuable papers \and passes. Aaron Sumner. 9-17 3tp "Tho 1D0r.'bonds tho folk-at homo loan over tho ..p:So bur more bond>> +c. INS be patient Remember that

Identification cards and gas for ration re- WANTED cook. Good pay,, tnrf iho moro ,thoyll bo holping us out of your pay-out of oxen: income we're constantly aware of your

turn coupons.It found.-A.Reward E. LJghtfoot, room Lake'Butler and board.; Flaw Eva's,, Lunch ItpbX ,, -- Ughton to win.: n..'.what Jimmy fold." out of "lainy-doy" funds I' ::_= problems and are constantly

336 N, Walnut- or -P. O. Box *" .Tho quicker you do that-. tho more : i ,trying to help:solve them.
626. It >R s.ALE-Iars.. General Elec- 11/0"\\/
trio fan, used, three months. Tho 3rd War loan of 15 billion dollar you'll,help Jimmy and our other boys' MINK

WANTED-Space for trailer for Needs minor repairs., J23. Bradford the mash through to Victory.
matt
accommoda prodaeo money
Also bath
couple. Inn Starke, Fla. II -
tions. Box' 147 KeystoneHeights to pay for boss essential, What do you .ay' Its BUY
Fla. Itp FOR SALB-1940( Chrysler 2-door tnvef. WAR BONDS
.
tho Maine soundest
sedan In good 'o o n d I tlon, B to vietorf. ,

FOR RENT-1 farm house! on medium tires. H. C. Kelly, BUT at least...CXTBA 'men ,.oa'll cry teak.tob .Ilofgo / .

Lawtey road, t 1-2 ml. out. 18 Lawtey, Fla. 9ITZtpFOR. 3 '

per month.-Mrs. T. J. Me- $ Bond beside. your !

631 W. Madison St. ltp SALK-1936,. Ford pick-up
e Intyre.. .
truck; good condition, 2 new IOA N

i DAY WORK WANTED by lady tires 2 serviceable on... Inquire

experienced as sales clerk or at Bill Reddish's store at f'

file clerk. .Write_ Box 431-Z. Itp Hellbronn Springs. Peach -'
,Crawford. Itp '

/ STRAYED from New River w'

about August 15th. 4 or 9 feeder fOR, SALE-small cash register, .

steers with bush of tails cut off. like new; also 6-foot beer cooler. J

LOST Sept. ,13 brown female Larry' Place, Boomtown or Gi.4( ',

1'' dog 6 months old wearing collar Box 103. Starke. Itp 'i x, 1
'
'' BLANDING CENTER Inc. Ol O// .
'
: with large ring and rable '- '
Inoculation tag. Reward for -XD3T-Cow, branded 57. and A *"'"' ,';f.&

Information leading to recoveryof rearllngsr, 1 heifer being' brandedE. '<; :<,"' .OJ" \1? o/ >
!(o: ''' ,,,,u. ""'>1' ,_ --
these animals.-M. F. Wig Finder please notify J. W. $ .

gins. New River Fla. It D Loach, Lawtey, Fla. ltp, STARKE- ,FLORIDA AX8REW COMPANYwJ&eksooville/; ; flariit



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