Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: September 24, 1943
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
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egro Housing I Reckless Draws $100 Driver Fine I Near Disaster I Coqnty Reaches Half Way Mark s

rotested Unless was Canova Sebe fined Harris Tuesday$100 of by on Union Mayor charges County L. A.of When Big Truck In Third Loan; Drive; Deadline Nears '

reckless'driving and driving while

lite Units AlsoThe intoxicated. Runs AmuckEugene ..

According to reports he ran intense Effort
Starke City Council n. Into Harvey Mixon's car Sunday; Wright, accompanied
augh Congressman Etiory H. white it was parked on South by his 13-year-old: son driving .Bry A Bond Get A Free Ticket

''ce has registered a vigorous Walnut Street in front of his east on Road 48 In a 1941 International Is Urged'For'LasbWeek '
,:-Mt against the Federal\ Pub- business-the A & A Cafe. Harris truck, while under Influence <- .
Housing Authority's erecflqnegro backed up as if to drive oft. of liquor and unable to
) family units In or near and then lunged Into the car the decide quickly whether to con* WAR BOND JAMBOREEPARK

city| !limits, unless It at thee second time Inflicting damageon tlnue east on Road 48 or turn ;. ,:-: '
i time builds the 200 propos- It. He spent from Sunday south on Road 13, came very ",. ." ,
white family units The City, until Tuesday in the County Jail near uprooting the whole of E. ,, -
Lt> that it neither ,needs nor because of the over-crowded condition H. Smith's garage about 2:15:: ., THEATRE Union County has reachedits '
fclres the negro units-: unless 1 1u It of the city )jail o'clock Tuesday afternoon.On quota. '

gets the white units. his way from Baker County; Baker County has reachedits

jca August 6 the Telegraph upJilie May Apply Now to Okeechobee with a truck-load Thurs. Nite Sept. 30 9 p. m. \ quota.
authority, of the National of corn and hauling a horse, he And a daily mounting number

Inning Agency, Atlanta Gated ., For New "A" Books, lan amuck, knocking two large of ,pther Florida counties

that 200 family units Fairbanks Says gas pumps, containing between Nk JACK DEW have 0 ve r ubscribed their
aid be erected Immediately for 800 and 900 gallons of gas, entirely quotas in the Third i War
lltM: and 180 for colored. On : Motorists may begin making i off their bases, as well as Loan Drive while' Bradford

[{tut 13, quoting local men application for renewal of their three large drums of oil, spilling County .
to were appraisers of the basic "A" gasoline, ration books the gas and the oil all over the Well, much as we hate to

bperties acquired the Telegraph this week, according.' to an an concrete driveway.Simultaneously And COAST GUARD Entertainers admit it, Bradford hasn't

pounced the exact sites decided nouncement by H. N: Fairbanks, fire swept the ,, done anything to brag about
A. together with the price paid chairman of the Bradford County; place' which, according to Fire ,. :
rihe land. War Price and Rationing Board. Chief R. C. Buford, was causedby YET.With
Applications will be processed between electric spark set off by; less than a week of
10_ the Telegraph an
On September
evise quoted an official of the September 22 and October the metal tanks coming In con Rotarians' Honor' District Governor At Chicken Pileau the drive remaining Bradford t
County yesterday had
deral! Public Housing Authority, 22. tact with the concrete driveway
Atlanta to the effect that the This does not mean that A-6 or the cutting off of the electric
iit. units had been cancelled, coupons In ,present ration ,books pumps, or by, someone J smoking bee, pJptN' *.' outstanding events products and taking/ advantage' 'than 50 percent of ita i
t that work would soon' begin; will expire in October the chair nearby. The fire'could easily; of the public. He denounced such $197,422 quota. :
In Clu* annal Jn Starke,
Rotary \
I the colored units. No reason man' explained. The ,expiration have been disastrous but for sev practices and stated that it Is up But there is still time to .'\
given by the Telegraph, for date Is still Nov.t 22. By ,renewing : eral hand fire extinguishers took place's fc n e a.d a ynl_ J ht to civilians to keep the home redeem ourselves although .
ne was forthcoming from the books early, however the' available at the right time and when Mr. a*
Gve t source. work load at the local board can ,' place were hosts ti tq Rotarians and be called upon, after the war, fora now until midnight Sept. 30 f.

| Upon receiving, the above in- be spread out and a' last minute Mr. Smith himself had two or Rotary Anns :at a chicken plleau strict accounting of what we when the drive i officially, !';
rmatlon, City Clerk Carl Johns rush avoided. three on hand and a small con supper in honor of) Harry M. have been doing to better conditions closes. '
s i Instructed by the'Council to Renewal application forms maybe ; voy of army trucks passing by, Smith, ,District Governor of the at home while our men 1 \, ;
up the matter with Con- obtained now at the following stopped, and soldiers brought organization, ,f have been giving their lives on I
Ike Price. His letter ex- places In Starke: Eastern Auto their extinguishers ,Into play thus Rotarians and -their guests the far flung war fronts. GOING STRONGAt !

ned that Starke had heeded Supply Gulf OIL Service Station, saving ,the situation until Chief were received In the beautiful e. ?ta dAu District Governor Smith is on : taut report. the Townof t\,\
ore houses long before Camp Dinkins Service Station Gay'sService Buford and his fire equipmentand garden at the Davis home, where a tour of visits to Florida Rotary Hampton had sold .000 on _
lading, and that the only hous- Station, Torode Chevrolet fighters could arrive on the places for than, 40 guest Clubs. His home Is In Winter It.. Third Loan' quota of '10-
I! project that she had ever'got- Co., ,and at the rationing boardIn scene. Slight damage ,was done were laid more at a long} table ar Garden where he Is In the nursery -: 000 (purchase price). :W. M.
1 was the one now la progressAt the Armory. by fire though the other dam ranged out oft doors.:,' Between, u business. Edward, chairman bf the general "
: 20 FHA houses now being After filling in the form 1 it age was considerable.The courses of the* delicious supper Following the supper a brief committee, highly" commanded :
lilt for war workers; and thatere should be mailed or sent to the truck was damaged tb the Impromptu taiga by":club members business session was h e 1 d at the citizens: of this i
had never been more than local board, Mr. Fairbanks stated extent of less than $80, and Mr. were enjoyed and the highlight which Mr. Smith advised H. N, patriotic community on their t

or' 30 FHA houses In all built The chairman also explained Smith Is holding the truck until of the:evening ,was an, In- : d. Fairbanks. president of the fine showing. '''' t' I 4'pofltw"hLc
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Starke.fsagreesmatf'Prlbe'd'ftrst. his damage Is taken care lile' 'INarrltt .. Btarke e1CU"ahd, Ot1lbtef67Ciedrd"btfmatters il cit1f1'b&-
"mes"' an _amendment.to regulation.' the-which,,fuel Is'",' ex,oil Fonc.Chief 'AJ L: :-.Alvarez ''wlfo Governor plrlaC-.add 1\y ; pertaining to club ad- received from Luwtey (quota

rationing had Jailed Wright released him HARRY M SMITH ministration and Rotary service $20,000)) and Brooker (quota
r< was in the form of the fol- pected to save time and effort for Pleading for'al higher standardof
on a $100 bond. Wright was on I activities. 19.000)).
ni telegram: "Brigadier Genii both kerosene users and local his to Immokaiee It was ethicsIn/ the;business world lice force that Uncle Sam must
)l Camp Blandlng advised Naleal -. war price and rationing boards. said.way The truck Is said to belong Mr. Smith stated that If the Later In the evening the guests e
white amendment maintain to prevent unscrupulous participated In a quiz contest Average dally sales must showan
Housing Authority Under the new Mr. S m o a k s, for whom principals of Rotary ,were adhered
pita for Starke no longer necespy. which Is already in effect the a works and he is on his toy.by everyone there wouldbe business 'men and manufacturers conducted by Julius L. Thorn, enormous Increase next week
but that negro units were board Is authorized to Issue renewal Wright to Starke to take care of no need for the expensive po- from misrepresenting their program chairman.' If this county Is to hope to reach y
recommendation resulted in rations for periods longer way situation. Us quota by Thursday. Jos. E. i
stop of white units. Would than the six months formerly the Wilson, community chairman. Is ,
White Is Still P
|l IIY of Starke wish to erect negro permitted to small kerosene purchasers New AssociateAt Guy And Carden purring his business district.
''II t Contact R. K. Crelgbton.I who use oil for domestic Red Cross ChairmenMet FSA OfficeMiss To Aid Scouts Acting ManagerSeveral solicitors on to greater efforts ;:
I Marietta St.. Atlanta, Ga If cooking and lighting. This provision WednesdayTo and Mrs. Myrtlce Carpenter la
f>u desire that I protest building the board chairman said Grace Phelps began work Stimulation of the Boy Scout weeks ago an article ,asking her women volunteers to
gro units, please advise". will reduce the number of renewal Give ReportsA Thursday Sept. ''IS, as Associate program here this fall and winter I appeared In the Florida Times Intensify their drive In the residential -
Mr Johns was most explicithis applications to .be made by Supervisor of the Farm Security seems In prospect with the Union to the effect that L. M. district. I
statement that civilian such users as well as the amountof meeting of all volunteer Administration over Bradford volunteering this week of Fred White former manager of the The drive will be climaxed here I
loyes at Camp Blandlng- were paper work by the board. chairmen of the Bradford County Clay Union Nassau and Duval Guy and Van H. Carden to assist State Farmers' Market at Starke next Thursday night when Jack :,
pamutlng: from J a c k.s onville, Fuel oil rations for heating are Chapter of, the American Mrs.Junlus Red. with Wm. V. Scoutmaster Chaa. H. Allen at had been transferred to the mar Dew', Bond salesman extraordinary "Y I,
--nesvUle St. Augustine and not affected. Cross was held Wednesday. Counties along the weekly meetings, held In the ket at Tltusville but. did not will bring Coast Guard entertainers '1',
er places at far greater dls- The amendment provides that M. Smith chairman of Chester.who has been,Supervisorhere Methodist recreation building state who was coming to Starke. ,from Jacksonville and C
nee than Starke; that the white rations Issued for domestic cookIng volunteer services for Bradford fork several>.months, iMlss every Monday Ight. The new Because of Its Inability to reach put 011' a big show at the Park

Its were certainly needed but and lighting no longer will County In charge of the meeting various ., Phelps has been .connected with assistants will pay particular attention Mr. White for a statement the Theatre starting at 9 o'clock A
is negro units were not. bear dates of issuance and expiration called for reports from the the FSA ; program for the past to the advancement of Telegraph quoted the Times-Union free ticket will be given to everyone "
Mr. Price replied by letter: "I 1 and coupons may be chairmen.The { boys through the different gradesof article as authentic.Mr. buying a bortd. either at the .
M. written to Mr. Creighton In used as long as they last. The work of the Production five years-four' years at Jasper Scouting and will also assist White. In Starke recently bank or the post office or at the
:'Jama vigorously protesting the board may issue such rations for Corps was discussed In detail and and a year at :Mayo prior to the Scoutmaster In the Troop's looking after the interests of the i Theatre Thursday night. J

l1J ruction of any units If It la periods as long as a year from plans were made for the comlni'year' Col- coming to Starke. camping activities. local Market stated that he Is

possible to construct both the date of application.The work. Mrs.of production Lemuel She is a graduate of Meredith Boys who,are not now Scouts still "Acting Manager" here He Driver Assaulted r
bite and negro houses", amendment also Increasesthe son, chairman numberof College Raleigh N. C., and of and who would like to become said he was In the vicinity of
maximum ration allowed for ported that a had surprising been finishedand the Baptist W. M. U. School at members In order to benefit from Tltusville for a week contacting By Negro Man

ells Property domestic cooking to 30 gallonsa garments and were Louisville Ky. She has also done the planned activities, may con- Army camps, and interviewing t
plans driver for the
shipped C. J. Coley, ,
month for the first seven persons postgraduate work at Peabody tact Scoutmaster Allen BHS farmers'about selling their fresh
to fl n I s h up the quotaaallg'ned Lines Is after'sustaining
Under date of Sept. 21 Mrsrence Mr. Fairbanks said. For made the local Chapter by College, Nashville, Tenn. Principal Foster Shi Smith or vegetables to the Army. He was Orange :
broken recently
B. Brown sold 18 acres merly a maximum of 20 gallons January any member of the troop. acting In the capacity of Sales a arm "
' land to to allowed for five National Headquarters by for the I In an encounter with 1 Robert I
E. Dryden, "subject monthly wan New Nurse Manager State Agricultural -
I turpentine lease held by W. H. persons, and 24 gallons for six 1.Miss. Sara Reed Captain of Electric Items and Marketing Board, and Pander: angry negro. About three t

1ward, Jr." The acreage con- or seven persons. The 24 gallop Motor Corps, reported that In Herlong Office his position as "acting manager"of miles south of Starke on Ryad f
ts of a farm In section 4, limit has been found InadequateIn the Is functioning smoothly Now Available the local. market Is unchanged. 13, Mr. Coley ran into a car that
the Corps Blanton formerlyof
chairman ; Mrs. Helen ,
hip s East, the
22 Instances
!lw ea Starke south range many end that a number of calls to Pittsburg. Pa., began work B. A. Winkler, proprietor of "If any growers have potatoesready" was+ parked without lights with i
and Lawtey near declared. he said, "I can market
ad 13. also Is made for transport army wives to Camp the first of September as nurse the Winkler Electric Service, announces all four wheels on the road, he :
them the
A provision to Armed Forces We
answered by
be used In oil stoves Blending have been for Dr. M. ,B. 'Herlong. She receiVed that a new WPB 'order stated. He Inflicted only minor .
rations to Mrs..K. O. are being asked by a Government t
and cook- tbe: various members. her" nurse's training at allows the general public to purchase
used for both heating of the Camp Agency In Washington", he con damage to Pender's car. while
stove will Duncan, chairman New Castle, I Pa. Items of electrical
At The LibraryUNDER Ing. Both uses of the and Hospital Committee reported many heretofore tinued "to supply it with six his own was damaged to the extent ,
when G. that were
Dr.) equipment
consideration Her husband, Capt. (
taken truck-loads of
be been vegetables weekIf
have a
Issued but will not that four day rooms W. Blanton,' Is somewhere In the obtainable only on high priority.Then of $50.However J
COVER John are we them. I
by rations the can get am nowtrylni'
are I'
furnished or
for the Item Include Rome when he approached
has been *
Roy dual ration British Isles, and overseas
Carlson to a
to the
was ordered In amount furnished by the peopleof secure necessary :
July. and the Library has Just stove, It was said., being Bradford County. J for more than a year. She cable lampcord, sockets switches of allkinds I trucks to make deliveries to Pender and asked him why he"
received a of Its'seventh newly has been In Jacksonville for 30 amp. safety Washington." was parked In such a ,manner j
copy Canova, appointed
Mrs U A. of time. rubber covered wire, cable, ground, 4 I
printing Clifton I FadWMi Open New Cafe chairman of Home Service about the same length Stark and many other necessary The Government wants all kinds the negro raised the crank of his
to remain In fittings
lay: "It Is tremendously fascl.hating CenterMr. plans to have her committee She plans article. of fresh vegetables, and will pay 1933 Chevrolet and was going to
Blanding duration".
* personal adventure but At appointed and functioning In "for the the Florida market p r I Ice for "brain" him when he raised his
Is more Important as the Mrs. Joe Decker, experienced connection; with the Home Service them. Mr. White stated that he
Drat and left arm to stop the blow. The
completely documented restaurateurs took over Secretary by October: 1. Mrs. would want the produce taken to
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:cOUnt of the enemy within." Blandlng Center restaurant W. 'J. Epperson, Jr.. and Mrs. NOTICE TO WORKING MOTHERS the State Farmers Markets on i Impact broke bis left arm just ':
tile Walter Wlnchell says: "It Is the Sept. 16. and will be Alice Brown co-chairmen of Staff certain days, to be picked up In above the wrist.

t most sizzling expose' of Thursday.seven days a week from Assistants have plan made for (WHITE OR COLORED) turn and hauled to Washingtonand Sheriff A. O. Andreu arrestedthe
Nazi underworld in the open noon until all theirustomere a r Staff Aa lstaDt.' class to begin other points.Gamblers Negro charging him with ,
ti lets; S. A." Don't miss reading 12 o'clock, have been fed. They training at an early date. Who, Have Children Between ,Ages of 2 and 6 assault with Intent to murder

boils powerful weapon on the : lunch, dinner short orders Now, more than ever before.' Arrested and County Judge E. K. Perryman -
front. breakfast. Is the time to do your part. placed him under $200 bond, I
RIver J.U.LTA STORY by' W. 1* and Mr.a late Decker has been In the Whether you can sew or not If You Are Interested In The Establishment of ALanham About 1 o'clock lat Sunday which he posted and was released
tens how the Island's restaurant business 23 years. his there Is a Job waging for you Nursery' School In Starke Fill In The afternoon the City Police raideda from custody. i
-ettategtc. being at Key West, at the Production rooms. They Following Information. Clip This Coupon Out of gambling "joint" In Reno. The'
u of the Mediterranean. where last place they operated "J. D.:*"' are open every Thursday afternoon )- the Paper: and Mail or Deliver To The Office of net remits of the raid were four One-Winged RoosterA 1
given her an unique posloon between 2 and 5 P,, M. in The Courthouse. fines of f 15 each, with the owner
restaurant. School Superintendent
la history, especially dur- Volunteer your services to the of the "joint" drawing $23: young Rhode Island Red
nr recent happenings., It Has PracticingAfter American Red Cross today! fine and one negro who couldn't rooster that bean some resemblance
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w Ghee hottest spot over the Dr. Haynes Name of Parent -____? pay the fine taking 90 days to to a Jap Zero after an

VI>iest period of time- during "rest cure" of more Lawtey Methodist : "work It out" on the City streets. American fighter plane geta
rld a Occupation of Mother .----------- --
War IL It was a pare.. months Dr. O. L. On of the negroes put up a real through with It was exhibited Inthe r
dha turned into' an Inferno, than eight dental Sunday School 10 A. M. MornIng to Attend against "Ben" Holtzendorf. Telegraph office this week
uud resumed his practice Number of Children -------------- scrap ,
this book tells ,the story Haynes In his brand new Worship 11 o'clock subject"Loving But Ben's arms were so much by Lougenla Smith colored ....t. ,
deft Q:; lighting puotent toIII Saturday at the rear of his residence the Unseen. Youth Fee: '2 Per Week White Children; $1.50Per longer than his that the Negro dent of Starke. The young roO,1,)
the island-only sixhooltr office 301 Water Street. He ?euawshlp T P. M. EveningWe'shlp Week Colored Children receive: w h a tever "scratches": ter has only one wing, being 4
v Unlike most war at constantly, and his 8 o'clock subject "Faith were evident on the Individual born with a mere "stub" on ,oney***' *
this one fa In reality a been busy date" Is next Tuesday. and Works".-Herbert Hazzard.pastor. fighters. side which has never developed .

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and of Graham 'visited Mr. and Mrs. PINE LEVELBy Private Firma ender W I.o1klnll"
Mrs. L.. F. Chapman. Supt No, 2079: r>.ronda
The Bradford County TelegraphKitabIlMh Mrs. L.. F. Chapman accompanied Ray Goodge Sunday. Mrs. II. M. McRae Can't Sell Insignia ORDER nF PI lII.'l"A L
NOTICE ,, 't'Otf'
them home Friday. Mrs. Ary Brown of Pine Level rt
1877 reunion at the STATE nF ." (1171rEAII;
Mrs W. B. Granger of Belle spent Sunday with her sister, The family After October 18 ender W. Skinner h. A
of Mr. and Mrs. H. M. I. .4U ''h
MBMSB"'R.PRcssASsoClA110N. Glade, enroute to Chlptey, stopped Mrs. Charley McKinney, Norfolk, Virreiur'I, t''CnUR: I!
McRae In honor.of their son, The War Department hall an-
over-night Sunday with Mr and Mrs Curtis) Vines la spending You are
W. McRae of Davt vllle, r"'IUI"\ ,
Owen that
nounced regardless of October '
Mrs. J, G. Godwin. a week in Jacksonville with her 18th. 1'43 apUen>
11I\\t.IV\I.EDrrQRIALASSOaATDl' R. I., was well attended and en- whether they have previously had named. Court and I Is th. .
Word has been received that father, Mr. Harper. all. plaintiff seek. dlv rce: vb
joyed by authority to sell, or were felling County
'0 K. L. Matthews ."_-"w______ Editor and Owner Mrs J. A. Bouvier Is much Improved Mrs. W. It! Smith made a E. C. Warren of. Madison wasa insignia without such authority, this Order Telegraph i In next .hill roo
Issues. t.n.
after several weeks resIn business Jacksonville last
recent guest of Mr 'and Mrs the sale .by private firms or individuals -
:Miami, and friends hope that Witness
SUBSCKI1TION KATE week-end. ., H. H. Lewis. Mr. Warren was a of all military Insignia seal' at stark! hand' L and
Six Month, tl.OO she will soon be home again. Richard Smith "of Lawtey visited t.mb..r llth, ma"irla. | Ihl'rr
Yearly, 11.731 resident here for several years -metal, cloth or plastic-will be ,
Claude Johns returned
r > home after his uncle,. W. H.. Smith, Saturday and was a teacher at Rising contrary to existing; law effective A. CI..rk of .iw'-'cou' ,*' J' **'
' s Published Weekly on Friday and Entered u. Second Saturday having School and has many friends October 18, 1943. It was explained J. S. Han-Icon.. Jack'onvilla nJORDER
undergone an operation at StLuke's Atty, for Plf.
+Y I' Class Matter at the Pout Office at Starke Fla. Mr. and Mrs!: Gilbert Brownof here. that this step Is being takento '-17 It
_. ___ Hospital in .Jacksonville '
d the week-end further the IN 'IR'I'IT -r
Pvt. Felton Brannen of Camp Lawtey spent Markley Crosby of Savannah, promote conserva- 1'411
Warren with Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Sapp. Ga., was visiting his uncle and tion of strategic materials. 'OUIlfTY. FLOItIU" 11401CMRY.
Because of the unusual amount of space being devoted Ga., was the guest of
to advertising and publicity for the Third War Loan Drive, M.... and Mra. Raiford Brannen Mr. and Mrc, Lester Slade Mu.Slade's of. aunt, Mr and Mrs. H. H. Lewis, Starke will feel the effect of Mary NIckrandal..u A. Manda''II, Plalnlll!

the editorials usually found in this column have been omitted Thursday and Friday. Hampton were visiting recently. this order, since there are a No. 1875. Defendant

from this issue of the Telegraph. Mrs. Raleigh Rye was the guest parents Sunday. Eddie Murhee of Hilliard attended large number of "military supply" NOTIn OP <;' Tit IAI'PRARM '
of Mra. Lawrence Duggat last church, at Pine Level and stores here and several Pother STATE '
Hampton HappeningsBy I. stores line of this who.Lreidt, 10'
week.. was a dinner guest of Mr. and carry a material. ChannIng .
Barbara Home One military supply dealer Street N Eo, w.
Mrs.: Charles M. Turney. returned Mrs. H. H. Lewis. ton D. C.
UNCLE Mrs. Edna Watson of Ft. MyersIs said that Insignia of this type You are relulr.d
from rr
Friday a visit In Dur- SUNDAY SCHOOL PICNIC October 11th. 1511 t.
r ham, N. C., where she welcomeda The Baptist Sunday School spending a few days here with represents about 10 percent of named Court'and 1943. ,"wht.,
his business, and the forced disposal plaintiff' hot
her sister, Mrs. V. A. Browning. seeks (
JOE'SJ new granddaughter Carol
Mary ,
held its annual "picnIc Thursday of his stock would mean children. Bra 1 f riVo'icraph eo
born August 27, dau g h t e r of afternoon, Sept., 19, at, Hampton Remember the young people'sBible shall publish thS'Sl
the loss of his profits for an entire .
class at the church every next tour weekly'
Capt. and Mrs John P. Turney. Beach. Swimming and games Witness Iuua
A W Mrs. W. C. Caldwell Wednesday evening at 8:30.: year. seal at my hand and
who has were enjoyed and later a picnic Starko, 'Iurlda, !
w School Sunday The Information from the War temher 81h, 19'. tllU|
been visiting Mr. and Mrs. J, G lunch was served, consisting of Sunday every
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By J. L. HARRELL Caldwell for the last week, left sandwiches, cookies, cake and morning and Prayer Service Department stated. BKALi, A J ,
L. Thursday for DeLand to be with Pepsi Colas. 'A, very enjoyabletime every Sunday night. All firms and individuals previously Atty.T. Frank for Lndrumktarkedyi PitCinrriT .

her son, Kirk B. Caldwell?. who was had by all present. authorized by the War I | II
Last 'evening, while sitting on Strum, strum, strum-a-lum, la stationed there with the Naval I Change To IRTC to sell have IN voIIT. 811 10
the front porch, dreading to wash strum, strum. Air Corps. PROMOTION DAY I Department insignia CO'liTr' FLeltltitr. n I

my feet before going to bed, I And Toj 's get tin' mighty sick Mr. and Mrs L. A. Shepherd All teachers 'and pupils of the Made EfficientlySpeed been advised to discontinue the Margaret UJoJR r. J. Sullivan, Pluliuit, !'

could hear two of those "curses Strum, strum, strum-a-lum, had as their guest last week Baptist Sunday School are reminded I sale of all military insignia on ZuOO. Ruth !Sullivan+ Cu
Twentieth Century"-Jook .strum, strum. that Sunday, Sept. 28, is and efficiency, keynotesof
of the Mrs. Shepherd's brother. CpL 18 October. 1943, and that in disposing ORDER OP Pl'ALIC'AT'Ol' !
organs going full blast. Icouldn't Old Adolph Hitler (the son of Bernard promotion day., So come andlet' modern warfare, are being used STATETOl': TO APPEAR
Williams of Jacksonville activation of the of their present stocks
in the
tell what the words of a witch) make church 1944a present FI.ORlDA 10:
Cpl. Williams has Just returned our year there should be strict adherencewith then J. Sullivan Who.. .cafe,
the song were (if any), but the I hope he'll die with the seven- from bigger and better year In do- Infantry Replacement Training 109 W. Washington.treeln.
Guadalcanal where he the of the
strumming ran about like this: year Itch was ing God's work. Center, now taking over the requirements reg- vine, 8. Car
strum-a-lum 'And forever be burled in a stationed for about a year. greater part of Camp Blanding ulation that insignia may be sold You are required to .
Strum, strum, Mrs. K. B. Watterson, Supt. ?hT
strum, strum. stagnant ditch Mr and Mrs. Charles H. Tur- under the guidance of Brig. Gen. only to, persona presenting of- namedrCourt'andA'eau,,.. w*

Strum, strum strum-a-lum, Strum, strum, strum and buy ney and baby daughter Johanna, Miss Jessie Mae Srannen has Eugene W. Falell.Confronted ficial Department' Identification aside plaintiff' Final seeks Decree an Order s
strum, strum. War Bonds. of Jacksonville spent the week- returned to Bartow after a by problems of sup indicating their right to wear the name a nullity and i d"'l Bra

After I finally retired (forgetting Buy more bonds and buy them end with Mr. and Mrs. C. M. week's visit with her parents, ply and organization, a picked same. County Telegraph' nhall putt.
Order In next four
incidentally, to wash my fast, Turney. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Brannen.J. cadre of experienced'officers and Any dealer having Insignia'on Witness my hand vreMr I It,

feet) that strumming kept running Don" let the next one be your J. E. Galloway of Chattahoo- W. Horne left Saturday for men from Army posts throughout hand at the close of business on seat at Starke, Florida ana, lib of!
chee was the guest of Mr. and the Nation have dug in to create, 18 October 1943, will remove same tember 8th, 1943. I
through my head till I like' last. St. George, S. C., where he will (OFFICIAL HKAL\ : ) A J Thl,
to have never gone to sleep. Whipping old Hltler'll be a task. Mrs. Lynwood Watts Monday upend a few, d.a y s with his In a few short weeks, smooth- from sale, and if they so desire, An Clork..r Mid (f

Pretty soon my wife started up Strum, strum, strum and..buy night. mother, Mrs: ,A. K. Home. functioning order and precision. may contact the Commanding Officer E.Ida.P.Atty Mulcahy for Plf.Jackionvlllt 9.141, I ItOCMSCK

her little wheezy coffee pot sawmill War Bonds Mr. and Mrs. CX B. Fowler Of Mrs' C.."L>May and*Mrs. M. C. Previously 'vacant company ,' Philadelphia Quartermaster

cutting knotty and wlnd- Buy more Bonds-though you ; Mlddleburg were week-end guestsof Sweeney .hopping in Gaines- streets in the Lake Kingsley area Depot, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania,
shaken lumber and It sounded may have several, I Mr and Mrs. J. R. Kite. ville .Tuesday of last week i are emerging from disuse Into oy mall, forwarding samples withan lipIta4e I

Just like those jook organs. A- Treat your old Uncle on the i Miss Esther Crews of Starkewas Mrs'L.., 0".Mms Jacksonville crowded, but neatscenes of ac analysis of each sample, and
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long toward morning It beganto level the week-end guest of her tion. state quantities on hand for possible -
rain and the wind blew full Consign old Hitler to the Devil. : parents Mr. and Mrs. M. L. was the guest on Sunday Future 'rookie-teachers, with purchase by the depot.IN .
afternoon of Mrs. M. C. Sweeney.
blast and the sound was just the Strum, strum, strum and buy Crews the exception of men.In.. administrative 66
formerly Hampton,
same. At daybreak every old War Bonds. Mrs. David Skollnk; Is the guestof duties are engaged in re- MTV, FLORIDA I* CHAN- 1'
will be remembered her
rooster in town began to crow Buy War Bonds to> your very 'her parents Mr. and Mrs. B. by many fresher courses in all phases of CKIIY.Clarice Liquid for Malarial Syaaowuarrweu15C4O'
Hershfleld. friends as Miss Mary Thigpen.Mr. ', Hklnner, Plaintiff v". A'.x-'
and there was that'jook organ last cent She arrived Tuesday infantry training In preparation -
tune again. However, by that Twist Tojo's tall and keep it from Fort Sill, Okla., where she and Mrs. Andy Wall left for receptlo 'of the first trainee .--- ..

time I began to make some sense bent, has been for some time with her Saturday for Baltimore,! Md., group.' ""': "000.000'.

out of that strum, strum, strum, It'll be the best money you I husband, Pvt. David Skolink, whoIs where Mrs. Wall entered John Calisthenics, drill and supervised .. J

and it went something like this: %ever spent. stationed there. I Hopkins Hospital for a general swimming periods are accentuated :o- f ihr ,
Old Mussolini's a dead dog Strum, strum, strum and buy' R. H. Pippin Chattahoochee I check-up. in the intensive physical ntcan ;

tick, War Bonds! visited Mr. and Mrs. H. K. Tyus Mrs. terneat: Morgan and son training portion of proceedings. ,. 1
Monday night. of Jacksonville are spending Housed at the'moment in tem -='

Miss. Frank Humphries of sometime here with ,relatives. porary quarters, the entire replacement = Ji t- icr. :

I Florida State Farm News Johnston, Tenn., and her brother, Mrs. Minnie Marclonny of Green center will move into ./ -

Wayne Hum phrles of Melrose, Cove Springs and Mrs. A. J. permanent buildings as soon as I :: "
visited Mr. and.Mrs. J, R., Kite Hooten and daughters, Betty and possible, according to center au-
By. E. It. Itouvler last
Mrs. Lynwood Watts, second vice- week. Ann, of Gainesville were week- thorities.

COMMUNITY! CLl'H MEETINGThe president; Mrs M. E. Griner, Herbert Crews was sworn into end guests of Mr. and. 1Irs.VII- YOU CAN'T LOSE YOUR CASH IN
the Navy last week
and will leave
Community Club.met Tues treasurer; Mrs L. F. Chapman, son May. -

day afternoon for the annual Installation secretary Norfolk Tuesday, for Va. his boot-training at Dencls Parker IT. S. Coast GET fHESPEEDY SAFEST OF ALL FORMSYou

of new officers. The Routine business was attendedto Guard of St. Augustine, Misses
meeting was presided over by and plans were made for the Miss' Melverna Thornton spent Lois and Judy Ditty Wllliston SURE
Mrs. C. O. Partney, the out-going fall wardrobe of little Wllla Jean Friday night with her' sister, Mrs. spent Sunday'' with his parents, REUEFFORACDNDGESTON' I don't lose your money even if you lose your Arrtcricin
Edith Brannen i n' Lake Butler Express Travelers Cheques Here's why:
president. The nominating com- Smith, 'the club's protege at the I Mr.\ and Mrs. J. H. Parker.
mittee, which was composed of Methodist orphanage a tInter- and Saturday night with Miss Inez / 1 You sign each cheque when you buy them. You
Mrs. L. F. Chapman, Mrs. R. H. prize. Moore, also of Lake' Butler. LET'S RAISE OUR QUOTA countersign them when you spend them.

Cox and Mrs. L. .A. Shepherd Delicious refreshments were Mrs. H. M. Richards, and chil- Signing oft'and reminding you s i If lost or stolen your money is refunded promptly.
submitted their candidates for dren, Jane and Henry, left Mon- that Hampton's quota in this 3rd I '3 Spendable like cash anywhere.
served by the hostesses, Mrs. R. day to visit Mrs. J, H. Hitch IQ War Loan Is $10,000.Ve've never 1I Issued in denominations Coil
the various offices. They were H. Cox and Mrs. W. N. North. tCarpenter's of $10. $2O, $'0 and $100.
unanimously approved,by the IT' Jacksonville for several days. let our boys down and we won't I Tit per $100. Minimum COil 40f for $IO to $50. for sale II

members present. The new officers Dr. and Mrs. J. S. Chapmanof Miss Jacqueline Woodward left now. Tuesday, Sept. 21, was Banks, Express OfficesAMERICAN_ ..J *

are as follows: Mrs. Char- Coronado Beach, spent several last week for Boston, Mass! our Special Bond Day,'and Postmaster -

les M. Turney president; Mrs. C. days last week with their son where she will attend school' at H. B. Wiggins had a EXPRESS

O. Partney, first vlce-presldent; and daughter-in-law Supt. and the Perkins Academy. busy one. But say,, he will gladly Drug Store

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were visiting in Starke Saturday. r (IT'S THE TOPS)
-Othma Sullivan from the-Naval

Station at Lake City was visiting ... l

ax'P4SMs hIs parents and friends last week.

Earl Geiger," Seaman 1-c of ,',
Cocoa Beach was visiting his I

mother and friends last week-end. 'y.' a P'' '< 4tl
yL-1- Mr. and Mrs. L. O. Johns of 4 yidSp e iF : tf>., 't
$ Hampton were visiting friends
tj here Sunday

,j ., Herbert Cloversettle, Seaman
2-c and wife and daughter of

na 1 Cocoa Beach were visiting their
parents here1 last Week-end.

Claude May and son, Dickie, v rv t ;
and Mr. and Mrs. \Vllaoa May

and sons were1* vlaltlng Mrand 1m

Three Words Worth Mrs. H. D. May Sunday ?: v:
Mr. and Mrsfj.WMMooreyandson. ; I
Bryan, Petty Officer of Valdosta -
50% of His Salary were visiting their aunt

4 Ida Hagan. last weekend.Mr. i
and Mrs. Horace Jerrol
EuatNB COU.CAKT is short He covers the matter with and children, Jackie and Beverly,
-but lo-o-ng on three words: of Jacksonville were visiting her

action! "IVi an American,"'be says. parents Mr. and Mrs. W, W, d
A machinist at Brewster AeroAnd that's that Packham last week-end. *

'l nautical, he helps roll out the M. P. Frank Kelsey of Camp 4 m

diva-bombers and fighters which Blanding was visiting his parents,
'are 1 going to help. us bat the tars FIGURE OUT FOR YOURSELF: M,', and Mr., A. H. Kelsey ,last
J .ir the Ari .- Art IOU lending ALL you can 7 week-end. Coca-Cola

> His vital job might be considered Mrs Beatrice Ezell of Jack- "Coke"* I/

enough of a contribution to Weren't there a few more dollars sonville was visiting her mother, / k It's natural for- popular name
America's war effort but in your last pay envelope Mrs. R. M. Hersey. recently j abbreviations. Tlw
II friendly
not by Collearyl He reasoned that could have gone int. War Mre. Charles Batten returned % 6t I + I acquire railed l "W
I that he could do twice as much Bonds-but. didn't Oet out home Friday from a visit with: i i l it 0. why You hear iLo4x-Cola

x damage to the dictators by help.0W' pencil right now, and see if her mother at Chtefland.

.'ing to pay for the planes you can't boost the percentage Rev, Hogarth preached his .or how /o & ? liked
/w London
t through War Bonds. you're putting aside for Uncle. regular sermon at the Hope Baptist ,\ -' __
9 So h. signed hH et hi .*t- .Sam-und J'oure.llt Church Sunday.SAMPSON.

mryortr toWurBondt through You've don. your bit-now do TABiir;*:says the genial Britisher when he wants to
the Payroll Saving. PI.nl01U' bestYiME / CITY'By J ar7 pay you a compli. ,

Louise Verses ;ment. H",-*,* *MC **",says the American soldier, and in three words they see -T' ;

things alike. It's as true in a London .
garden as in Los
.' Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Thomasof a Angeles patio. All

1 Earlton Beach were visiting over the globe Coca-Cola stands for /A* /.. that
DONE E YOUR DO YOUR BEST relatives and friends Friday. re/re,4*s-has- become .
BlTjg--tyOW; Curtis and Horace Varnes of the happy bond between friendly-minded people.

i tacksonvllle visited their parents,
mmmmtWOt reel SOS? SOWN JUJClHUHU M MTgOU UXUU HM Mr. Mhlard
and Mrs. Varnea -the globalhighsign
over the weekend.Mr. SOITltO UNPM AUTHORITY O. 1"1 COCA.COiA COMPANY SV ..

Andrews Motor Co.' Starke. and visited Mrs.friends Willie and Drat relatives of- STARKE COCA-COLA BOTTLING 'COMPANYPAGE

here Sunday.
Starke, Florida 'Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Varnes

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And you're making the best investment in the world. :
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And when he does, you'll get the biggest thrill I', t .
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-r. Larry Shapers, and Alexander: I the Army might get around to Daisy Fowler Circle regular entertainment

. SOCIETY and CLUBS Kaasay assistant field directors i. letting him come home some I will be elected, thorny cOIIUnJ II
were present. The Brad ford time around the last of November The regular meeting of the' The entertainment

County Red Cross Chapter was In the meanwhile his Daisy Fowler Circle of the Baptist each meeting 'r villi
Davis-Black Party Celebrating Mrs. J. B. Cottrell represented by Mra. Edward address Is: Pvt. ''Richard V. St. W. M. S., was held Monday an Informal Sane, 1 "tats R

Burns and Mrs Jeanette Klncald. John-34787290, Co. D. 24th Bn., afternoon at the home of Mrs. week a "Point Pa,7'

Miss Naomi Black, attractive Third BirthdayOf Hostess At BridgeMrs. USO staff members were: Miss 7th Regt. IRTC Fort McClelland J. H. Lord with ten' membersand and this week, hei>. weep

and Mrs. Sara Reed. USO-YWCA; Mrs. D. Ala. two visitors present. The carl party. Will JsMrr
of Mr.
young daughter Blanding J. B. Cottrell entertainedcharmingly'
J. Thorn for Home Missions
Cain USO-NCCS Julius! program
Zephyr- The usa Club corner of last Friday afternoon USO-YMCA! Lambert Johnllon.USO.YMCA You can probably Imagine bow Week of Prayer was given and !, A. E. :\fcKh1ney!

Lloyd D. Davis, son of Mr. and Temple and Washington Sts., was at her borne at zinnias Camp and Blanding other, and Miss Marie thrilled I was to receive an airmail was conducted by Mrs. S. E. 1 Hazen to tOok
Mrs W. S. Davis, of Austin, the scene of a gala celebrationand cut flowers roses were, used to decorate Register: USO-YMCA., special delivery thin week Sparks assisted by Mrs. W. J.!|I I EXir"examInation Palan at !
Texas, in a quiet wedding at the formal dance Saturday nightto Epperson, Mr!. H. L. Hough Mrs tl
the and
sun parlor, living dining Rhodes "some-
from Lt. Ralph ,
st Baptist Pastorlum here Friday, commemorate the arrival of WSCS Circles' R. A. Thomas Mrs.' T. B. Har I Mrs. A E, :McKinney
rooms. where In India" 'Twas writ- w
' Sept. 17. at 2 p, M., the Rev the first troops at Camp Blan ding and Mrs. W B. Alexander Friday from
Upon arrival the guests were Met ten on Sept. 11, which seems a 3-weeks-
MondayMonday For? the devotional Mrs.
of the three Sparks trJ
A. E. Lightfoot pastor ding years 'ago. I
served tempting course of frozen which .1
a fairly quick service from India, Included visits
read parts'of Luke and Acts. The .
officiating. ,
First Baptist Church The feature of the 1
evening was fruit salad, Rill crackers Iced afternoon at the Methodist I should think Ralph said: vllle and Waynesviiie
been in Starke the of program was interesting and' inspiring N.
The bride has presentation a beautifully c
tea and home-made cake. Duringthe Interestedto 'an
church there was a meetingof "Callatreeters might
and the Week of with her
the six months as an decorated birthday cake bearing Prayer son. Sgt A,
for past afternoon salted and E, 11clO
peanuts the Woman's Society of Christian know that I ran into Peg Er- '
employe of the Western Union three candles to the soldier who Coca-Colas were served.At offering was $7, while the' reg- ney, Jr., who is in the
Service and following the sklne (former program directorat Air Co
while the I had the of ular offering was 570. at Amarlllo
Telegraph groom spent greatest length the close of the bridge gameit business session an interesting the USO-YMCA) a few daysago Texas.
bas been stationed at the Key- time at Camp Blanding. Three I Mrs. T. B. Harding study
was found that Mrs. A. Z. Ad- program was presented.The when I was visiting with an- Mr. and Mrs. C P !
stone Air Base Command since soldiers tied for the honor and leader reported a study class Taoa
kins had made and the re-
high, .
other pilot at a nearby hospital.She were
meeting was opened with held on the 17th with five from guests J
January. They are making their so the cake was awarded to Cpl. "
set of ash
ward '
was a crystal la getting along swell and of Mr.
of prayer by the president Mrs. W. this circle attending. and Mrs o. L.
home at the residence Mr. Michael Saluga. Cpl. Metro Sturgeon The honor Mrs. Beulq.
trays. guest I believe me, the Red Cross Is do-
O. Halle. A satisfactory reportof
the social hour refresh-
and Cpl. Joseph Fontona. During
and Mrs. R. F. Demorest.. 221 Fred Guy was given a surprise ing some wonderful work over
the finances of the was
Miss Virginia Sewell secertary of ments of ice cream and cake
Park Place.Mission. shower of dainty gifts here. I am proud to tell you DO YOU
the Girl's Service Organization, read by the t rea surer Miss were served by the hostess KNOW ABOITROACHES
Cottrell'a included
presented the cake to the win- Mrs. guests : Amelia Ray. The secretary read this because of the help my own assisted by Mrs. D, /. Rella and
Mrs. Fred Mrs. A. Z. Ad-
Study ClassThe Guy an atr-mall letter from Mrs. Titus home town people have given :Mrs! Leroy Powell ?
ners.A kina Miss Madge Mlddleton, Mrs the Red Cross. Some of the Red '
Olson a valued member of the will
special of entertain- The next meeting be held
Methodist WSCS Circles program K. G. Duncan, Mrs. W. B. Sewell, Cross nurses are flown to air When you. fight roach !
society who had been seriously
ment was announced during the with Mrs. W. L. Wall."Point" try rid of *
will have their Fall mission evening by PIe Dave Magruder. Mrs. M. F. Brown Mrs. D. A. ill in a hospital- Mra bases where the soldiers have" no Just klfl the few that you' no''
Montelth, Mra. N. Sternberg Mrs with the f the hit with spray c"
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contact rest
study class Friday morning Cpl. Anthony Ciedraitls/ alwaysa Olson expressed ;appreciation for walk Into a POWder Dr thaI
J. W. Andrews Mrs O. L. Haynes the kind attentions and world except what we hear overa PartyThe by actld.nl
USO favorite two solos. many
from nine to twelve sang
(Sept. 24)
Mrs. O. 1. Beasley Mrs. L. F.
short-wave radio from
or get
Pvt. .prayers offered in her behalf, and K-3-D
Alvey, magician mystifiedthe Non-Com Club which has
o'clock in the Church School Chapman. Mrs. John E. Null of the two-months-old m a g a z ibes
stated that she was now makinga
audience with his clever featsof
been meeting for the three
building. Kingsley Lake, Lieut. Virginia good recovery, that we receive by mall. When ROACH KILLER
magic. Three members of the weeks at the USO-NCCS Club
Warren and Mra. E. L. Matthews. ,
Mrs. I. P. Shepherd is leader orchestra Cpl. Bill Morgan, Cpl. Mrs. I. P. Shepherd, secretaryof the nurses come over they bring conducted a 'Point Party", last IS DIFFERENTdV'JnVj

and seven members will take parton Joe Fontona and Pvt. Martin I mission study,' announced that newspapers (usually only a few Friday evening. The entertain- Roaches eat
Red Cross Directors weeks old), candy cookies and .
like |It. They !
the program. The book for : Wlnstead delighted the dancers the study claaa would meet Friday ment consisted of musical games, Put K-3-D In little ,
magazines 'for the enlisted men pllci ,1
study is "We Who Are America"by with trumpet clarinet and trom- And USO Staffs Sept. 24, 'from 8 a. m. to It I helps to break the monotonyand parlor games' and active relay bottle capo and place It In or on.of.Igbt I.I
bone solos.One 12 o'clock.. In the Church School place where It can b>l
for which dis
Kenneth D. Miller. All members Have Joint LuncheonOn gives the men something to games points were left an bait. Safe tc use SOD.pol.onoue .
corner of the lounge was building. to .
tributed. The winning couple was man and pet .
look forward to Wish I could
to attend and visitors ,
urged arranged as a studio for Cpl. The hour of" meeting for the Sgt.. and Mrs. Newberger..
the Red Cross officials tell what we'are do- 15o and 23c
really pkR
Tuesday you
will be welcome. Francis noted artistwhose justness session and
Hamabe circles was There was .a....election of of-
of Camp Blanding! and .the Ing over here but, of course,
drawings and cartoons changed from four o'clock to 3:30p. : at
ficers, resulting the following
USO staff members of Starke that Is Impossible. Guess I. can
have appeared In leading magazines. m. .
selections: William Pall-
LET THE Cpl. Hamabe sketched the had an opportunity to meet and Mrs. A. ,Wood. secretary of tell you this, though. There are thorpe Headquarters 65th: L T. Sistrunk Feed and
discuss mutual problems at a about fifty less Japs now than .
soldiers and their partners and spiritual life conducted a devotional R. -
'luncheon at the USO club cornerof there used to be because 'yours was elected president; Sgt. Seed Co.
Electric Shoe then presented the sketch to the A most interest- ,
Shop Newberger was elected for Vice-
r Temple and Washington givenby truly' happened to be flying over
modilB. In addition to the waiting ; trig review of missionary work In
the staff members of that Burma one day and saw them President; and Cpl. Rahe from : STARKE FLORIDA
line of models there was always Cuba and Puerto Rico was given
Your 1 This the first official down road. It I Central Headquarters was electI I
Keep building. was walking a surely
a of s e o t a tors by Mrs, A ,:Z:
group p j meeting of these two .. ended up in bloody- mesa, but I 'ed Secretary. At the meeting : Mfg by MgJ hall Product ]
around the artist watching him Rev. G. C. Powell was
presentand Orlando Flu.
I this Friday there will be an eleeI I ,
had fun while It lasted!
j groups.
SHOESlooking work. talked on the subject of buying 1 lion of a Board of Governors., i J
The Grand March was led by After a delirious luncheon each War Bondsj t Am really looking forward to

Miss Louise Snyder and her part- I guest was Introduced and an ln-> getting a repeat performance on

I formal discussion was led by John Law Ayrea"chairman of same! Give my best regardsto .
new ner.The Julius director of all friends tell
dance ,' L. Thorn the the my and themto
birthday was arranged Board of County Commlsloeers -
1 tlSO-YMCA. drop me a line or two when-
by members of the Girls'Service of Hernando County, was
JUST A LITTLE REPAIR Organization, a committee The luncheon was prepared by i iI conferring with Congressman ever they get a chance, as I

WILL KEEP YOUR of soldiers, and the USO staff Mra.I< W. L. Blair assisted by Lex Green here Wednesday. really do want to keep up with

SHOES IN GOOD SHAPE Miss\. Amy Coburn. everyone in and near home" .
and was one of the most successful Serving were Mr. and Mrs.. H. A. Bishop accompanied -
affairs that have been Mrs. Rawson Davis Miss' Louise their daughter Miss w THEATRE "

Quick Service And held at the building. Snyder, and Miss Patricia Keen. Nina Bishop Macon, Ga., where Well, g'bye now .. See you STARKE FLA.

Good Work Miss Mary K. Hunt, Miss she entered Wesleyan College at the football game .

Ladies AuxiliaryThe 31anche Kennedy Miss Antoinette Monday. Although Wesleyan is -Carolyn.3IO. .
Shaw! and Miss Gladys E. Marcus the oldest Woman's College in the

'.. THEELECTRIC Ladles' Auxiliary of the represented the Station Hospital. world It has the largest Freshman SUNDAY MONDAY TUESDAYTYRONE

Presbyterian Church will meet 3.: K. Mitchell.. Field Director and class In history with 250:

Tuesday, Sept. 28, at 4 P. M. at George Brlnck Edward Klenle enrolled this, year, THE NEW /

.SHOE the home of Rev. and Mrs. Chili SEPT 26-27-28

H. Allen. The young people will

SHOP 1 present the program. '

Carolyn Calls tree
Arrow From Park ,Theatre Mian Irene Matthews has returned .
from a vacation spent

with relatives In Georgia. _
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Well, folk The manpower was at the club house?" It

DR. O. L. HAYNES shortage might have caused didn't take long for It to dawnon
abandonment of .football at the them then that Virginia was I

Announces The Opening of Ills New Dental OfficeAt University of Florida and other headed for the Junior Woman's s

the Hear of His Residence big time Institutions, but who Club benefit. bridge and Hazel

301 Water St. cares as long as the classic en- for the Rotary Club's party for t

counter between Starke and Lake the district governor! .
He Welcomes His Old Patients Back Butler is slated to take place at -;>. .

And Invites New Ones Bradford Park tonight? News begins trickling in from l

Full Schedule Until After Tuesday, Sept :28 Most" of our veteran Tornadoes our pilgrims to the realm of
are'gone, but what the present higher education Hear Dooley -
squad lacks in weight and. ex- Davis thinks everything about
perience. It will make up in bull >>
college is Just too, too divine; !
dog determination Incident- although admitting" that one of SIT, lOUD

ally, if you're interested In after- ,
those formal tea$! they had to Hi-Juct are gay and smart and fun
'-, game activities you'll be glad to attend was::a'wee'bill stuffy. .' .to .... and they do a swell job ol
WE know that BHSers are giving a Marjorie Grlder (ttn't get over protecting clothes and furniture
I ARE NOW SHOWING << lusty vote of thanks to the USO- their sudden demotion] In prestige too I Snug-fit tmri-knit construction

YWCA for its generous offer to and ,goes around bemoaning fits most .1......Highly absorbent,
Xmas Wrapping.Paper allow the high school kids to guaranteed weshablo. Assorted.
f the fact'that a few:ahort.months colors
identify each Us Three
take ( *
over on Friday nights (after ago they were :
really sumpln' styles-for yourself, for. fiftu
Tags &Seals << the football games) for dancing, (BHS Seniors) and now they're A. AMGUVARJ. Solid colon,. ........ I,
ping and other Informalities
? pong "Just the scum of the earth"
Xmas Cards,& Gift Items ..". Understand the suggestionwas .. Hear Jewell Powell was so I. IANDS. White wits snorted colon I

,'f made by some of the new much at home Southern/! (since c. TAICOLOIS..edoN.
For The Boys Overseas set of Army wives In our midstwho the family used to.dwell down

seem so eager to become; apart Lakeland way), she had to bfe( .

of the community life and waked' up from a nap to kiss COMPLETE LINE OF hk fanwull rob for trW dvratfon ,

BETTER MAIL YOUR GIFTS NOW ,AS p.II help out In worthwhile projects her Daddy g'bye when he started -
11Q \ .' This new Ideashould, provetb ; back home ,."*.'" .hadlng a *ubmarincnwon """
OCTOBER 15 IS THE DEADLINE FOR be a natural for the young __ <\ BOOK GAMESBY t .:. \I' !

GIFTS TO REACH THE BOYS IN TIME people here have long needed They're tellin' this one as the lh.war's most daring motion

II FOR CHRISTMAS wholesome recreation.<.'of this. ,sort latest rationing joke: Seems as if METRO _. ... "
xk >
the cafe where ; n<' 'ik>; ,
Alys Cans (9th T<',. .'
Grade home room'eats had given ,SEND A NEW GAME
1 Dropped 1'0 ;; th. ;USO-YMCA. out of ration points ..0' she had '' I /

arty Saturday. night,.. honoring been forced to subsist>n
STOP THAT COUGHWith Blandlng's third birthday: ; JustIn diet .for days
time to see Virginia Sewell Well tother. morrfg (or so the j

end Freddie Wimberly present story goes) she opened her mouth
the birthday cake to the ,three to' gargle and "crowed like a I

Creosant Cough Medicine corporals-Michael Saluga.' Metro rooster" t ', Albert Kr s..ot the I GIFTS FOR ALLOCCASIONS ,
\Sturgeon and Joseph Fontona. fighting Marines ias moved his 'l q e wb

Contains Creosote and Guaiacol who tied for honors as the sol belongings from New River N. ,

Very Healing To Your Throat and Lungs lIers who had spent the longest C., to Camp Pendleton, Oceanside )

." oerlod of time at Blanding ,. Calif. .. / Dick St. John thinksSentinels >
SOc A Bottle Two years four months and two >-1' NEW

days was the record .a'. Spotted -

Petite Lorene Moncrief having a COOKIE JARS ..

r .. ." .. .. .. .. PI.. .. swellegant time partially hidden
behind Garland Godwin's frater- GLASSWARE POTTERY

FOR A MISERABLE STOMACH nity pin, ; Errant Thought:'No I of Health r
matter how military our WACS I
TAKE walk Don't N.ftl Mt Them dY .
might look talk the I BABY GIFTS.- AND
% Mature deelf, Bed tks"kId..y. to do S at. r
sweet young things still smell arvelone job. Tbelr.....to to keep tko
Dia-Bisma Powder like a bed_of lilacs flowing blood.,....tree ol ea oaoaea ol CHILDRENS' GAMES
? .
Impurities. The set el Uirlar 4../.
ittlftt ..........." pradaeias __. .
AIDS YOUR DIGESTION S-nl11 that Virginia Darby and .......r tko .kidajeya e.w remove from tCoL0R
I. _du...
tke blood If food kjeeth to
STOPS GAS BLOATING AND SOUR Hazel Matthews forget that Wkeei tko kUney. lathe._.... ee NEW SHIPMENT OF HN

STOMACH Starke Is a "big" town now andit Nature tkat lateaded may,eauee t... body-wide( retentfoa die.treaa. ofwute 11&

Is possible for more than one .One auy aufler aa. iai kaakaeke, STATIONERYJUST BAXTER
1 pereleteal_d.<........:1 01 dlnlo.>e. IG ANNE
SOc a Jar social event to be in progress the (...10. ep Bichta, ....IIIa.. paOaeeeader S1'RIl'' '
same evenln,' Understand tke eyao-(eel tired, .ammo, aU { ARRIVEDCARPENTER'S ,U,, DANA ANDREWS
Virginia called Hazel
.. Wednesday ..ant T*r boralni g..rqrrr.q'
I afternoon and asked. "Are you are ..._1_ lurth.r.vldra at .kldmey 1 I
or bladder dlatarbaaeo. I ITke
going to the party tonight?" I reeotniaed sod proper Iraatment ,I Also -
Hazel replied, "Surely am. Wantme ..a dlaratle nodielBO to kelp:: ,...kldaeya '

to come by for you?" 'I Krld.of.'excreai. PitU.poieoaoua TIM i ,. ka.body. kad; waeta..or.lb. 'I '
Koch Drug Store Several hours later when ..forty yeara of public app.o.slAn 1 COMEDYLATEST
I! ..ot........ the eouatry: over. laeie o. t
pulled up In front of the I* A. v..... gold .. all drat otore D. Jh...aU. .DruS store .
Davis home Virginia looked surprised I i

and said "What are you II \WAR :NEWS

stopping here for. I thought the I .

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r, !ilr.FTFh\lBER .84.' 194S BRADFORD COUNTY TELKGRAPn. 8TA .KE. F1X>RTDA P.01I: nvi) i

BITS of LOCAL R. H. Hutchlngs. father of T. 1 Starke last week for an indefl- I j 1

. NEWS I I.nd OUR SERVICE MEN M. Hutching, of Starke died nlte visit with her father and 'II

0........ to .f ......... ..........1.. Sunday at the age of 83: at his mother Mr. and Mrs T. M. !i I
"....f..d ("...... k.r: ..... ..r,l.ic I'.cl. home la. Quaker Mo. No one Hutching; For the past six ) :
j A. McIntyre Mrs. M.. E. Mixon was carried Mrs. J, R. Colley left "*'._. '.,..t. ..d '1'1.' ... are .1''.... t. from Starke able to attend in '. I
Mrs Tuesday ..... riil9 br hrlwicliiff 1..w.. .... letterIfmr was months she has been Liberty
moved from : iwas to a St. Augustine hospital Saturday for Tampa to spend a few days .10. tk. ....T. ....., front ....... rwlffair the funeral a e r vices. T. M. N. C., with Mr. and Mrs. R. D. '!
.. .
McIntyre following a light stroke air* .1. re.u..l.d o writ t Ik
Mr with her ulster, Mrs. K. L. Hoi- Hutching, having a more serl-
.. ...
ark 1 I .. ". .c. Mad .etIr11M Dodson, father of her husband, '
office of the Wednesday, Sept 15. : ,
from the At last lister. ;:: oua heart attack than usual was
Ktlcket I office to a like report she was improving. I Mrs. Jennie Thornquest recently : taken to Gainesville yesterday Sgt. R. O. Dodson, who has been |

I u Avon Park. Mr. Mc- Capt. and ]Mrs.' Elmo R. Struth moved to Jacksonville where ... by his wife and daughter Mrs.R. In England since last May. Mrs '

ti Iii, the former :Mls WlllaJiornton. and children Roddy and Kathey'I she will make her home with her MAKING OOOI RECORD STUDIES HEAVY Bon NO G Dodson. Doilnon plans to remain In Starke \ ,
Lou arrived Friday for a visit Felix )t. Lt. Wm. A. (Bill) Edwards
daughter. Technician 5th .Grade
Mr*. R. O. Dodxon arrived In "for the duration". |
tL I. of the U. S, with Mrs. W. H. Struth and Miss Sullivan son ot' Mr. and Mrs son of Mr. and Mr. \V. M. Ed- f
Thomas Mr.
C. V. '
|'I starke visitor re- Kate Struth. He is on a 15-day Inglerlght Cleveland Sullivan of Theressa wards of Starke baa Just arrived .
,. a recently moved
leave from to Keystone t t J
l on a week's- leave Ft. Bennlng. Ga., and has been awarded, the Good Con- Wendover Field Utah a base
Heights where
I Vi chile Wwa at NorfOlk Va. will divide the time between his Gulf Service they will manaðe duct Ribbon at an Impressive of the Second Air Force, where \

I f brief vlclt here with his folks here and Mrs. StrutVs Station. ceremony held recently at a Sixth men are trained for heavy bomb : ATTENTION I 1
aunt. :Mr. and Mrs. father.' J, H. Tatum at DeLand. };. W. Howard on vacation Air Force Base in the Panama ardment.Lt. .

t Irhornton d he accompanied Miss Frances Swells, Western from his work In Tallahassee, Is Area. The award was made by ., Edwards has attended Air ;. tt

;I nornton, her daughter, Union employe spent the weekend spending two weeks with his Brig. Gen. Russell E. Randall Force schools I D Santa Ana, ELECTRICITY CONSUMERS \

\V, Mccall and her son, with her parents Mr. and wife, employe In Carpenter's. commanding general of the sixth Calif.. Roswell N. M. and Carlsbad -
southern Mrs. f. M. Swans at Fort White. Mr. Howard is recuperating from 1 1I
T'ornton! to the | Air Forcer Field. New Mexico. He received -
the state. They visited David Frutchman clerk at +..an Illness. "vrup; !t'-""':r Figh her ComIi his commission and the
Ia I nornton's son-in-law andr Alvarez' store returned Monday Mrs. T. J. Griffin and N. T., ; mend and was wings of a bombardier ,several

Mr and Mrs. J., A.; from a 10-day vacation spent Hitch made a business trip to I given to Sullivan months ago.Wendover. ;

re, who were spending a travelling through a few cities Jacksonville on Monday for "having dis- Field la situated on I

L, Auburndale, and visited' of West Florida Alabama and Jack Halle returned home Friday charged his du- the edge of the treat salt flatsof 1
Mrs. Thornton's Georgia. The trip was made after tiea in highly
| of upending several daysin a 111
Home Utah and has gained fame as '
sister-in-law-. more enjoyable because he was Miami with his brother ansisterinlaw f satisfactory man
and with his brother one of the leading centers in the
Frutch- .
ThomaS kCPlant, Yeoman, 2-c,. Wood- ; | ner"
a. j. E. man, who represents a New York fin Q. Halle and wife. 'The Good country for training crews to fly

I I pants and shirt house among Titus Olson has returned home ;, Conduct Ribbon. four-motored bombers.
Witkovskt! left Tuesdayando civilian army stores and post ex-
after spending sometime In Arm- -
lieu of
Issued in
to spend a. two changes.Mr. !
stead, 111, with his wife who has .-j EXUSTS" IN NAVY
f vacation with his nephew and Mrs. Volley L. Star- the Medal, which .
Dr. and Mrs. H. B. I I ling and family have moved to been ill In a hospital. Mrs. Olson's will be presented after the war, Is John Henry Walker, 17-year- i I
friends are glad to know ,
n. Jacksonville. awarded to enlisted men who old son, of John L. Walker of
that she is now on the road to
recovery. have served at least one year In Starke.,wan enlisted In the Navyat ?: :

FUNERAL DIRECTOR Carl Stroman of Tallahassee the the armed time the forces United subsequent States en-to Jacksonville Tuesday and NECESSARY LITTLE ITEMS OF ELECTRICAL I'+'

!Mary Team Expertoawa Maliea It r* e ulUo *. Me to RenderUfcIzzNT spent several days here last week tered the war, as a testimonialto transferred to the Naval Training EQUIPMENT THAT YOU "' I ',,
I : PROMPT Boll OOCKTKOCS SERVICE visiting his mother, Mrs. W. S. their loyalty and fidelity to Station at Bainbridge, Md., for ,I,
MODERATE: PRICES Stroman-- and sister, Mrs. S. S. duty. his basic training.< HAVE BEEN FORCED TO DOVITII- :
Dowling, and family.
Dewrrr c. JONES Technician Sullivan entered the OUT FOR MANY MONTHS r >,
Thomas G. Rltch. who is( a service on October 11, 1941 arriving
Bturke medical student at Emory University in the Caribbean Area on 1

In Atlanta, Ga., is ex- May 4, 1942. He Is member ofan r... a '. ,( .
pected to arrive here tomorrowfor Aircraft Warning Regiment : 1
a visit'with his mother Mrs attached to the Sixth/ Air Force. A NEW RULING BY WP11 PERMITS YOU TO BUY

Carrie Ritch, and Mr. 'and Mrs. Although It l I. rather expensive f
T. J. Griffin Cpl. Sullivan enjoys reading the '"

Mrs. J. W Kincaid had as Telegraph so much that be bas I : "
Service High Quality Work REPORT TO Romex Cable Lampcord Sockets of All'
week-end guests at her Kingsley it sent to him each week via air \

Lake cottage Mrs. Mary Hol. mall and receives It every Monday Types, 30 Amp Safety Switches, Rubber ,

brook of Ashland Ky. and Miss just four days. after publication. THE NATION Covered Wire All Types, Concentric Service C
METHOD CLEANERS Louise Smith of J'
Cable, Weather Head, Ground } h ,
Miss Patricia Marotta, daughter
Mr. and Mrs. E. O Edwards, Proprietors of Mr. and( Mrs E. Charles COMPLETES RADIO SCHOOL IUNIIII tings and Others Items Too 'U'I. 'I\

Marotta, Is spending a month in Louie Lee Wainwright, son of To Mention :; '
New York City with her grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Truby L. Wainwright .

STARKE, FLORIDA Mr. and Mrs. S. Maiotta of Lawtey, recently graduated WE ARE VERY HAPPY TO BE ABLE TO .. :
Charles .Marotta Is director of the from the Aviation Radio "I

USO-NCCS Club In Starke. School at the Jacksonville Naval Tues. Night SUPPLY YOU WITH THESE ITEMS\ AGAIN, ,F... .
,Cpl. Clifton Hazen of Camp Air Station as a 3rd class petty
Edwards Mans., was visiting officer. Enlisting on Jan. 27 AND HOPE YOU WILL CALL ON US WHEN-, j!{ ,)

I friends In Starke Wednesday. He 194'3Va I n Wright did recruit At9:30 P. M.Sta.WMBR. 1
a returned to his station with the 'training at Bainbridge, Md., be- 1
Anti-Aircraft Artillery Training fore coming to Jacksonville.: He r''
Center yesterday after spending Is now a qualified aviation radio- -- -sr

a 10-day f ui'longh with his man and will probably lee service i"
mother Brooker., Mrs. P. O., Hayes at with a Naval Air Unit. ......... r*-fc I fjl u.nSrV nuw WINKLER ELECTRIC SERVICE. :,,11

'J. R. Odom, 3rd Class Petty RECEIVES PROMOTION .: E. A. WINKLER, Prop i ii: '

Officer, Is spending an 13-day Carl L. Brown don i of Mr. and ..... ..... ) I

furlough in Starke. with his Firs, L D.,Brown of Hampton. .' 1 < r
0.Pl'ptllCola .- 'brother '\V. N.Odom.. He Iras 'has Just been promoted from '

spent the past eight months at private first class to- the rank of all let 'em eat cake W
sea, and his station IM with the corporal. according to an announcement By means, I
Armed Guard Center In South from' Daniel Field

Brooklyn N. Y. Augusta Ga., where he Is stationed J.f
Mis. J. G. Alvarez and baby with the 806th Chemical and '
candy "
daughter arrived Sunday from Co. Hefore ent.rlnr.tbe: Army on !'
their home In Boston Mass, and Sept 10 1942 Brown was em- ,,
will spend a couple of months I In ployed by the St. Johns, Shipyard .
the home of her mother-in-law I Jacksonville. He wears Nature haa her own way of telling us that there la energy !
Island ,
."mp ny, Long City NMY.FranchUe !
Bottler Pepsi-Cola Bottling Co.. of Jacksonville Mrs. Frank E. Wilson. Mr.; Alvarez the American Theatre Medal.AVIATION in sweets. Today corn syrup, rich In'dext1'Otle.ls playing
( Is stationed with the Navyin
Jacksonville. MKCIIANIC-: a more important role than ever before in supplying' SIC t

Frank Grlffls, son of Mr. 'and Byron Columbus Brantley, son active America with the sugar that gives power to the cif' ,

NAT SEZ: Mrs. J. :M. Grlffls. left last weekto of Mr and Mrs.. C. C. Brantleyof body and keeps wits sharp. e
(An open letter to II r a d ford enter the Navy "for the duration
County citizens: ) and after". Starke the, r Aviation e c ently Machinist'graduatedfrom Candy Is part of the field ration and sweets are nerved --. 1 1

Dear Frlend.fLet's Miss Jewell Pre nelJ. former Mate School ,at the Jacksonville, generously to our armed forces everywhere. Sweets) :,

get together on this War program director at the USO- Naval Air Station! and was promoted eerved tn war plants have greatly stepped up human )
w YMCA Club In Starke, spent the {
4 Bond Drive before It'. too late 2 to Seaman.at :Class In
Don't give Hitler or Tojo the week-end here with Miss Sara the U. ,Sj Navy..1 H.",enlisted pn energy and production. 1-

.satisfaction of knowing that old Reed director of the USO-YWCA. Feb. 20, 1943 'and was sent to Tremendous quantities of corn syrup are used to make ; ,'f.
:Miss Presnell Is now working
Bradford fell down on the Job. Jacksonville for indoctrloal train-
cookies cakes candies and pie.
with the USO In Marlanna.:' icings, ,
transferred to
before being
If want to face the boys Ing
with you a clear conscience! when l Mrs.' Florrie Willa Mrs.had George as her the Naval Air Technical: Training eo temptingly good-and good for you. ,i I

'come back. you better do guests Satur day Center Brantley Is now a qualified .dUr r I,
they .
Cook of Miami and Mr, and aviation mechanic and will ,

your port now. .P..Tison of Jacksonville. Mrs probably see service with a Naval !
And.what a simple thing. to Cook and Mrs. Tlson will be re- Aviation Unit.

do-Jmt buy a Bond. Nothingto membered here as the Misses Inez -

H!, and Eva Moitt. TO BECOME PILOT /r IIt
81Dee .. Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Harrlll
.u f
Aviation Cadet Theodore Eugene
era; Nat. : enJ' ute from their home In Asne- t
of Mr. and Mrs.
Beam, 21, son
vllle. N. C., to Daytona Beach
were guests Sunday and Mondayof Cyrus completed E. Beam nine of weeks Starke,of recently basic- ';j ff
Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Davis.
ATTENTION MEN H. T. Halley who made his flight training at the Coffeevllle
(Kansas) Army Air Field and
< ..,<' l name in Starke for the past twotears : f
has gone on to :Moore Field
while he was superintendentof i ir
Hunters< -' farmers' Andiehermen ) refrigeration at Camp ..Blan- Mission Texas for bin advanced d wr + _
single-engine training. y0i
ling left for: Chicago yesterday S r
with his wife and family whereto

> has accepted a position with I .
r !
I the Ice Machine Manufacturing r

We Have A'Good' Supply of Corp.:: T :


wish .to express my sincere
appreciation and hearty thanks /
BOOTSLots to my many friends and support vrrw
ers who kindly cast their ballots t

''Or' me for the office of City
Clerk In the recent City Election. *

Of Stores Are Completely Out I have tried to serve you faithfully _
In the past and will redouble -
An'd In this regardIn REPLACEMENTCosts'UP $' ,
But We Have Them Very my efforts / ,
the future because of the confidence .
'Priced you have reposed In me 1. '

Reasonably by returning me to this high of- Immense amount of corn syrup for the army as ''I
fice. well as for civilian consumption are produced by :

Sincerely, the Home of Budweiaer. Our Corn Products Division -

Service Boots- -::-___-r_-: '$6.98 up Carl John' f Let us check your Fireinsurance -working entirely apart from the brewery- :

Medium t, "'k$8+ .50 IN MEMOR1CMIn -. grew" out of the experience that developed from I

.- loving memory of our dear i ',before. ', it's years of laboratory re eanb: The quest for better

Dress $10.75 little James Frederick who passed ,., I methods) and facilities for brewing the world's I
Boots _,___ i.--, too l late. I ICharley ,
way three days before he was .most popular beer never ceases. ; I. i;

,five years old, Sept. 22, 1941: 1 ,
Don't Wait Too Long Or You'll Be The month of September la
E. Johns
here again.To .

Too LateSternberg's' year.us the saddest of all..' the Agency D'Ucl wiser1a 1 :

For It took away our preciousone. ,Phone IS Starke, Fla.
addition And left us lonely here. put ...J foorirtufh, Anhjimr.Buach prod nataHala which: fa
Carnell.Mr. Raprwarrtlng THE TMAVCLZRS FmKINWJRANCB Into UM maoufeetuf*oft Rubtwf Aluminum Munition'MwUciiM
Mr, and Mrs. S. C.
I : COMPANY, Hartford B Campbn : ..Baby Food!.Braid and othwBakary
N..O' .r .
and Mrs. F. A. Scott, product .nml.lowrti5.d ntU IWda.Dattarix a Papnr
Parents and Grandparents. I .imii-imi SUIT LUIS Soap.DadUJ.U ..-toaamaafew. ,


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I tor the year "We Will Fill Our I also big factors controlling; this IN CIRf"'I'r 1111

Lamps" from the talk given by I disease. "''CENYTY'! F'.OIIB"'b,I ,

SCHOOL JOU.RNAL'ST Me. LIghtfoot, the Minister of Characteristics of mastitis, also Ver-dte Lee .t 'II

I BRADFORD the Baptist Church, on the' "Wise known as "garget" or "caked udder 2187.JlJlb..r-t Avery II, a.\'laln'llt" ale

and Foolish Virgins." ," Include swelling of the ud- ORDER OF I
Idell Landrtim. George der, loss of appetite, decreased NOT If r, ,1"l'I''It ON
Winkler, Reporters. production and flakes in the nibert AveiParachute 'oN'\ ,". '!!f)A:"II I,,
Mrs. Thorn Teacher. m'ilk. Dr. Sanders explained. He tm" .11I
Meet Lake Butler_ TonightBand Oeorrla. k''
Editor-In-Chlef Tornadoes recommended removal of affected You are roll B'.r,
Freddie Wimberly Work In ProgressAt cows from the milking line all' tober 16th, 1Ai' : I 'ar.,

Associate Editor New Material soon, as the disease is found and .Court..ek" dlvorn and u,. ', ,'.'' '' ..

Virginia Sewell Needs QuestionOf Promise BoomtownContractor coiling in a verterlnarian to give attired. nrailifhall "d" ''I \1&1," .
; treatment. puhllni) h iT". ,
Senior Biographies More InstrumentsThe The WeekThere R. H. Mathe and four weekly '( In r.

Phyllis Hazen, Roberta Whitfleli Full ScheduleTonight his crew are making extensive The Experiment Station worker Witneee n. '
Class News .___ Marjorie Davis band this year has for seem to be a lot of interesting improvements In Boomtown,* both also warned against breeding weal tember l at murk Fi 'IduIn'lhl.fl
Sports ____-.___-_- Darby Peek the first time a full period durIng questions and answers football fans. will usher; along Road 48 near the gate and cows too soon' after calving, a I'lfr:

Edgar Wilkinson school, three times a week<<: going around the campus so we in another football season at the also alongside Kingsley Lake. tendency some dairymen have A. "krk' A,, J Ida01

Special Features ..._ Lola Rlechi Instruction is given at this time decided to select the most I Important B. H. S. field .in back of the These improvements 'will aggre- had in their efforts to produce'as Atty.y Knit. for&Pit Knl h" :+ '

Mary Jo Caldwell, Jimmy Davis, and as with other academic sub- question and! a few an- school grounds. Contrary to the gate an expenditure of perhaps much milk and as many salvos 0-it ft 10-8 gFFICIA1rXt:
Faxon Phyllis Martin, swers for everyone. The most im- pessimistic views voiced at the to meet war-time
Dorothy jects a half cl'edlt'ls given to $8,000 or more, Mr. Mathe stated, as possible
Melverna Thornton high school students who com- portant question this week la: end of the last school term, this and will Include work done on the needs. Overworking reproductiveorgans
Martha Lee Martin, "What did do during vacation year's ,team promises to carryon fe-
Assembly plete the course you Eagle Cafe, Mrs. Blair's restaurant of the cow tends to

Margaret Stringfellow Anyone who Is Interested In ?" the traditions of establish the Tornadoesand a feN the Hyde Amusement Park duce milk production and Increase'calf '

joining the band can see Mr\ Dorothy Payne: "Saw what perhaps to and a number of cabins. mortality. A calf every 13

Editorial"Every Bates, or some of the band mem- Gainesville looks like." of its own.Under Improvements will! Include the months for a very[heavy produc- 1
Eloise Johns: "Studied hard." the able direction of should be the aim of the
her*. However, if one has any conversion of the Hyde Amuse- ing cow
Esther Crews: "I learned a lot Coach Jimmy Hobbs. 'more than calf 12 monthsfor
cloud has a silver linIng" Instruments that yon do not intend ment Park into apartments and dairyman; a every
let band about people that I didn't know the expected number of boys a cow producing 9,000 pounds:
the war has to use please a sleeping rooms, and the addingof
Although before. the I was a turned out for football practice. is about right
member know. Because of the By way a septic tank, 10 sinks 5 com- of milk annually 1
taken quite a few of our teach- shortage of materials used In telephone operator during the Although a good} many ot the modes-"the revamping of the entire for best results.Dr. i

ers, we were lucky enough to the manufacture of musical Instruments summer." boys have never played before,, plumbing system", Mr, Mathe Sanders placed special emphasis .1

gain others In their places; In many who are tryingto R. W. Moselyt reported submarines their enthusiasm\ 'for the sport said. In addition, about 2,000 on sanitation in the lot
,. effort they
from air-craft warn- and the time ,and
this first Issue of our school get in the band are having feet of sidewalk is being laid. th'flJIs
Ing station." have put out Inorder to make: and barn, pointing out that
behalf of the trouble finding instruments. We These improvements will be com- IF your eyes bother
page the staff, on Jewell Carter) Johns: "Well, up for a lack of actual exper- the strongest weapon the dairy you
will cooperation
appl'eclate your around October 1, me examine them end
entire student body, extends a moat ience Is evidence of their determination pleted fit
concerning this matter. a great deal happened but man has to guard against Impure with glasses if
to to uphold the The Business Men's Association, you nitd tI
welcome to all the new teacherson Important of all I changed my fight milk and disease which ruinor
We that name/* standards set by previous teams. J. A. Brooks, chairman, and PhilP. may rears experienceHotdn
our faculty. Juniors Open greatly reduce the productionof and Sundays by
you will enjoy being here with us Vitsky secretary is responsible his cows. It Is also essentialin appoinTELEPHONE

as we know we shall enjoy having BHS LibraryThe 2nd GradeWe Sept. 24 Lake Butler Here Here for a great many of the raising satisfactory herd' replacements S.41?.
Oct 1 Alachua
you here. improvements going on in Boom- for sows. he said. I
library has been opened and Oct. 8 OPEN ,
have our books now
We also want to that wear
say Mr. Mathe said. Mr. Mathe .
pleased to have our teachers : this year by a very enthusiasticand have really gone to work. Ware < Oct. 15 Newberry' Here town, Office supplier of nil kind for

who have been with us before i capable group of Junior thrilled over the prospect Oct. 21 Baldwin Here has also been for the past three sale at The Bradford County. I

back with us again for another under the leadership of Mrs of having new spelling books, as Oct 29 Hastings Here weeks making some improvementson Telegraph. '

term of school. Evans. It Is open from 8:45: : to cur old ones are completely worn Nov. 5 Bolles (Jax) Here I the Kingsley Lake home of
9:00: a. m., and from 2:40: to out. ..Nov; 12 St. Paul Ten.
3:00: p. m., also during the lunch Everyone comes to school "spU Nov' 19 Jasper There Mrs. J. M. Mitchell.

House"For hour. The Juniors bave--consent- and span" since we have Inspec- Nov. 24 High Spgs. Here Prompt Service Careful Driver
"Open ed to keep it open during the tion' for cleanliness each morning This year we expect to havea A Clean Barn ', ,*

Student BodyAt home room period on Tuesday,, by a "child Doc tor- and winning football team despitethe Prevent
if possible.We Nurse." fact ,that most of the boys Helps

USOYWCAFor know how much work thereis We are happy in our work and who played last year have ether! Cattle DiseasesTo Starke Taxi Servicell

In keeping the library, so let's play .. gone Into the- service or. grad-
a long time recreation.we have been We everyone help them as much as ; Mrs. Brownlee, Teacher. uated. J" I keep their milk palls brim-

doing without possible by conducting ourselvesin The team is being coached by ming for supplying troops andcivilians' Phone 150
have been so busy that wehaven't it.Let's such a manner that we will WHY WE AUK SELLING James C. Hobbs. Coach Hobbs Florida dairymen must

really thought about chow our appreciation for the BON OS-- graduated In 1933 from Leon make every effort to prevent

think about It now, becauseI tell fine work which we know will "Bonds help build tanks, planed,, High In Tallahassee, where he disease in their herds as well as Day Night

have a wonderful plan to of be accomplished this year. ships submarines and guns."- played guard and fullback. He provide ample feed for them, Dr.
about. Recently a group
you George Thorn. then went to the University of D. A. Sanders, State Experiment
with Miss Sara
army wives met "Bonds wlllhelp win, the war Station veterinarian points 'out. ,
Florida and the '
played on un-
C. A.-
Y. W.
Reed down at the "
U. S. O. and asked, "Why can't Susie Seesit sooner. -Robert Manning. defeated Baby Gator team of Spread of mastitis, one of the *
safe.llarlOl1 .
"To make
we turn this U. S. O. over to the ". ". our country 1933. He graduated from the most destructive of all'dalry cat- FOR SAFETY, COMFORT AND ECONOMY RIDE
students one night a week?" So Harrington. university In 1937 and ha tle diseases, may be prevented by

was our. recreational program HI, y'aUl How's everythingsince of "Bonds wounded will help soldiers.Anna to take care coached five years before comingto careful washingof, the cow's udder FLORIDA MOTOR LINE BUSSES
vacation is ?
over Starke. before the
planned.On : milking, using strip .
Friday after our football See Freeman had 'little va- Manassa."Bonds will buy tires. to keep Coach Hobbs is being ably cup to detect abnormal udder secretion FOR COURTEOUS CORRECT INFORMATION:
cation too. He and Gene
assisted by Buddy Bishop, for- prompt removal of cows
games the student body Is in- the jeeps rolllng.-Mary Sue PLEASE PHONE 147
were at the ,dance Saturday
affected with the disease from
Bradford student anda
mer High ,
vited to "open house" at the USO Epperson.! ;
from the postoffice. The night. letter man. at Emory at Oxford the milking line, sterilizing teat -
across Every time we sell or buy a
and Wanda Is seen running around and Emory University. cups of milking machines after
party will begin at 10:30: Bond we know we are doing our UNION BUS STATIONLACY
the halls in tears. Seems Doug each cow is milked thorough
from The {
last until 12:30. Students part to help win the war, following .boys have come
the 9th through the 12th gradesare Hazen Is going oft to Join the Teacher.: out for footbaU>,i I cleaning of the teat cup assembly CONWAY, Agent
11rs.Rtch! ? and..soaking It In ,be- -
Air antiseptic
Invited to come. There wllf Corps.I 4- Billy ?;-<3u'arterbackr 'Thom Florida 11
j Temple Are. Starke
be lames,..ping-pong, records and was on duty at the observa- Senior Billy Colson. Q.'B.; Bobby Mc- tween milklngs. Rigid sanitation
will be Biographic Rae H. B. Thomas : of floors and control of files are
dancing. Refreshments tion post the other' day and R. ; Wadsworth,

served by our hostesses.. The W. Mosley was tellln of an Incident LOLA 1ILKCIIA: H. B.; Edgar Wilkinson.. T.;

"snack bar" will also be open. that occured in Lawtey. The curtain opens with one of Darby Peek, Q. B.; Billy Burney,

;r' Now that we have our chance Seems they Informed him that our bright Seniors, Lola Blecha,, E.; Charles Knight, E.; Lyle Anderson

for some real recreation, let's what he was reporting was subs taking the leading part. Lola,, C.; Marion Manning, H.
show them how much we really off the coast Ins tead of air nicknamed "Angel". was bore B.; Alvin Crews; ,0.; How Man-

[*\* appreciate what these fine ladles planes. Seeing' things, R. W.T April 19,- 1927. In UmatiUa, Flor- ning. C.; Eugene Hall, F. B.;

I*? are willing to do for us. Speaking of Lawtey, Buster ida, where the resided until alf Philip Shuforcl, G.; Fred McLes-

Fennett said his pet hate was was the ripe old age of six ter, E.; Neal Crosby E.; Gene

8th GradeWell women. "Yeah" pipes up Bobby months: From there she movedor Patray 0.: Charles Thornton '

McRae "One bit him when he ( rather was moved) to Pals- .1.t: Dole Connejr-. B.; John'

it seems swell to be In was little." Ivy Florida. She remained there Anderson, H. B.s Bobby Biggs. C.; \ $'

school again for another term, Met some very attractive visitors until two weeks ago when she Barney McRae |T.; :Herbert Fll ; ,

and everyone seems to like it. thin summer. Peggy Put- moved here. Although she has yaw. E.; Paul Dinklns. E.; B. C.

I do declare we're h a v I ng man of Birmingham, visiting Roberta been here only these two short Holtzendorf, G.# R. W. Mosley,

Math this year based on the at the State Farm; Sus- weeks she has gained man y T.; Buster Bennett. 0.: Elmer
Math we had last year, That annah Urle or Frosproof, hittln' friends because of her very Lewis, T.

makes it easier. the, high spots with Virginia sparkling personality.Lola's ":
Sewell; and Margie Marks, cute favorite is Clash"Records
Our room put on, a fine homeroom color aqua- Speech
program this week. There cousin of Darby Peek from De- marine. Her likes are acrobaticsand

were about six dramatizations Land here for the week-end. music. Incidentally she plays .. Vices'

given, by three to five personsnet Margie D. Is sho keeping up the piano, guitar 'and the accor The ""Creative Writing and
the morale of the Army, Navy, dlon. Her hobbles are drawing
.werebased: on history. They under
; : Speech Class, the super-
are';Jot*! of fun, and also help us Coast, Guard, aad Air Corps- and writing poetry, both of which vision of Mrs. Evans, Wednesdayand
Are the Marines x
tot J Uirn'8;; important,..happeningsin'bietory sllppln'lDid she says she doesn't do well but Thursday of.last week made
'you get portrait ,. .-
) ,, your of course we know she Is just
recordings of thelr'volces, read'big
sketched Saturday night? Dolores to be modest. Her dis
,We. are also wondering which Freddie and Virginia did various selections of literal
room' be the winnerof likes are English peas people ture. At
will lucky the end of the school
:and not bad either.
in I
the five dollar price which has Speaking' the U. S. 0.. Dot who lire cheerfularly the term another recording of the ""

been offered to the one selling; Faxon made her debut there morning.After finishing high school same reading will be made to,' Is J it true, what they say about'
the most bonds In :the new .War compare with the first recording. ..
Saturday night.For becom > -
Intends to j
ind college she ;
Bond 'Drive' < once # the
needless to say, we are trying Saturday night ,danoe-'at '*t & e 'The''';,al r Class ,class of seniors, you should "
very bard but time alone will U. S. O. but hear we missed every success possible vyuhes Lola. have 'been present at the record War: Bonds?
tell 80 If have any war something by not going vlth her .

bonds you want fo buy see us. She spent the week-end In Lake BUSTER BENNETT The I Speech Class has InterestIng 41

We have some new pupils In Butler and In the course of time Buster Bennett was born In plans for the coming term.
our class thla They are: The class seemsto be
year. very enthusiastic -
Into of the football
Dorothy Norman. Myrtle Roster boys.ran. She some told.Glen Howard Lawtey In on August until 23. he 1937.finished Hived aboufy"Its 'work and" THEY SAY "Hey.Bffl. I heard that In order THEY SAY "That's A..*we.t.Investment, H
Lawtey -
Helen Whltehead. Dolores Kar- hopes 'to make/it *'I profitable to pay for the ngfatlpi equipment lend d u&ll'
she'd give him a hug for every the first grade; then h.descended & : ? v j..)1 ..Andwhen you
ney.Edith touchdown Lake Butler made. upon Plant City for the yam, : *' our boys: need each of us should be to Uncle Sam you' know be'" Mk*

Manning and Philip May I ask Just which side you're next three years. Miami was putting at least 10 percent oCour* good oa his I O U"'

Thorn, Reporters, Mrs. R. F. rootla for?' favored with his presence for a .7th Grade k: pay Into War Bonds."

Dtmoreat, Teacher. Makin' a ,party at the lake after which he returned to betteetds'T'S' '
year We bur IT $ .T R.U E- 71 War Bonds, are
City-Landon football game were are enjoying first: .twq "
and Starke. TRUE- mat makes W
Lawtey ei eto
me, Joe. ked up
I weeks of school and idon.e bills! ,They're b
Held Coach and Mrs. Hobbs Fred- ,we like all '
Assembly Buster most enjoys horseback Those thing cent plenty of in M
die Wlmberly Buddy Bishop, and riding. As for dislikes. the one our teachers. In history we ,art Last Thursday morning the Margaret Stringfellow and Billy thing he violently objects to Is dramatising the explorers and After'an. one dime,out of,very .world_and ,they make m 0"

seventh through the twelfth Colson.' Also at the game were women! But be refuses to say discoverers of America.We w buck 1s a dm cheap price to pay money for yowl"tae

grade. marched Into the auditorium Lora Crews, Bernice McMillan,, why. Maybe something is back are putting on a large War freedom!
for assembly. Mr. Smith and Margaret Sapp with their of that. Bond Drive in school and each

Introduced Rev. Chas. H. Allen His favorltes'are: color brown: section is trying to beat .the. .

who read from the Book of Job dates.Wedding bells are ringing In sport, football (he Is on the team other. THEY SAY"W.'r.. not really ****** ,that THEY SAY._ -Muet be a lot of people.-"*

and :Matthew 20:20: after which the senior class. Changing the this year): sUbJect; ,bookkeeping i We elected officers Monday'and nosey to the Gever DMDt, either. War Bonds POW -* tpaw

he asked the pupils to join in a Miss to Mrs. were Jewell Carter When he graduates. Bus ter they,are as' follows:' It'. just a loin to UDde" Sam a. I >

silent prayer closing with the Johns, Martha, Lee Rimes Martin plans to go Into the Army.. We' Pre.ldent--J'un.-Bell. It-" BiUl" ,

Lord's Prayer. and Margie Reddish Gauvert. all wish you the best of luck Vlce-Pres.-Maurice& Edwards. '
Lorene, Is beautiful i Secretary-Elmraa' Lln< ey. I IT>Sterest. T R I: LUten!50 maw
His subject was "Great mea wearing a Buster. IT'S TRUE.- "Sure. You get It back-within- U -- "A lot of people .--
are not always wise." He said :raternlty pin. Heard It Is Gar- Treasurer-Claude Johns. Every 3 bucks cf 'em have bought War Bon ''

"There are giants in the land, land Godwin's. Ueorgta. Nina Bishop also left Reporter Audrey Prevatt. brings *.!'. you put In ; and > ODe of 'em. SO B'U.;:

not physical giants, but men and Mack Futch and Claude Johns for Georgia but she goes to Mrs. ,Anderson, ,:Teacher., you Americans ean't be wrong Jai
women with outstanding abilities lack from school In Tallahassee. Wesleyan. Jewell Powell and / .

who are making the worlda Report plenty of cute gals up brother Elton, situated at South The pupils of the Seventh

better place In which to live." hat way. ern In. Lakeland. Among the Grade have been spending much SAVE WITH U.S. WAR BONDS .
He went on to enumerate the Looked up some of last year's working gals are Sara Barefoot time and energy on the Bond aEYERYBODY..EVERY

qualities of greatness. Wisdom entors the other day. Found at the express office, and Shirley ; Drive. 'AT..L LEAST 10

and obedience to conscience are 'at Keen at her old hangout, the Colley and Carolyn Green as the We were sorry to lose Chester PAYDAY... 0

the right foundations on whichone S. S. O., but. this time a* ,the post office. Skipper and Violet Nettles.
should build one's life. His recretary. Well. people I must run get Chester moved to Tennessee,

mesdage was very timely and Duoley Davis, Clarice Thomas, ready for that date with Sam. where his father Is employed. -

was enjoyed by the student body. !::va Fay Gainey, and Margie rVe're going to that rip snortin'football We are glad to' have Nancy

Mr. Smith gave a short talk Jrlder have become ''Tallylassle game tonight between Whitney. Marcus Clayton'and Leroy FLORIDA BANK AT STARKE

on the War Bond Drive, urging Ussed Bobby Cameron goodbye Lake Butler and Starke. So til Bennett with u*. They came

all the students to give their and mingled my tears with hers J text .week-- from the Penney Farm school. Member Federal Deposit Insurance
support to the drive. loa she left for University of -Susie. The room adopted as 'a slogan l\lember Florida National Corp.,
Group, Inc.SAGE .

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tl = t of Florida by the I road, thence along the aald rightofway -
Stark., Florida; Lee, Robert B., ern District North as degree. o S minutes
In and L.. of Ame ca. Petitioner
for Bradford County Flornd United Sates
brICFLORiDAPtto RW. Ind.'alt.r. feet a concrete monument
Florida; Kast 9,101.2 to
'Ida on the > day of Heptem- STATE H. Mtarke. Alanvell against the above named detendants T
Florida US Township
Hall and Lottie Kelly co| haillagging tit AuKuatlne, and against. any and all In Section ,
1943. and that this Order b.publlahed N'I ,
r In the Bradford County Co.: p. 6. Box IS, Montcomvry \V. RFD, Mtarke, Florida. ; persons whoa names are unknownto South Kane* 21 Kast! llradtxrdCounty
South 89degrees
County. Florida thence
B. F., claiming or who ;
Bjr Minnie Lou Ilazen Telegraph In Maid. Bradford a newspaper County.published Florida YOU: and Alabama.each of qou. are 1'qulr.d .- Moore Flurvnc J., a W. Admlnlatratrlx Moore, deceased -- may the claim Petitioner to. have, Interest In, or 15 minutes Fast 5,810.8 feet.
U. 7 South
of Township
of Ratal Section 23.
the Rule Day .clfl" lien upon the acioaa
to on
once r week for four censecutlv appear Packham a general or Bradford I
Florida County
OrtK> A. D. ma. tow II. October Wturke, ; "' In said petition Hang 21: Kaat.
weeka before the return day ..tat.ed In >*r, ftarke real property I."t.d
In the above F. M, Co| T : by, Floridaand Hectloo 30, Township. ,
BIRTHDAY PARTY In thin Order and Notice. 4th A. D. 1943 .v"tt\l: .n'M formerly or any
; P Mary 21 Kast, Clay
Florida 7 Mouth, Range
wherein ; of the ahov.nam..d
named Court: and cause under any
WITNESS; hand and the aval through or
Mrs E. J Hazen honored her my known u. Mary M. Jonva, Florida to the Northeastcorner
Mrs. County.
seeks an order vacatlnarand or any of them
Tllgbman. of plaintiff parties
1s Oour' thU the 2nd day H. 8.,
5w. Florida Roebuck of the Southwest Quarterof
Frances .. ..101.. Decree CnnfruHo Theresa ; husbands, wives, widows
and Mrs. son, Julian with a party Satur- of September 1943. In the Stateand ttln. pro FUrldai Smith the
L Endicott and Final,D.aree of Divorce RFD OalneevllU widowers descendant, heirs. raid Heclon: 30; thence: Suuth
Lewis" the occasion beIng County afnrenald. Shi Stark, Florida; Taat'oltector 10 minutes East. 1.8n j
Miss day afternoon In the cane of Foater sruardlana, administrators degree
honored ,
P"Martin! (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. X Thomas and other relief. of Bradford County, Flor.Ida at-law executors" feet to the Southeast. corner of theloIouthw..t
Hall and
e Markey and Miss ; his 5th birthday. Games Clerk. Crcult! Court. Bradford W. H./Hall va. Marta Q.rvcordu Stark., Florida; Tax Collector devisees, leirateea above Quarter of said Section
of the of the
1194 ,
a Evelyn and of color- ('ount). Flurlda. raaa number of Clay County, Florida, DrenCove creditors. If any 30 thence North 88 degree 2S
were played prizes flour
Webb of Jacksonville Frank R. Ore.n.. Solicitor fur of the above (. Bradford :. Florida; Thomaa, named persona, and the directorsand ; the
feet along
Joe club house Ing books were awarded to Jackie PlAintiff *-l 6t 101fll.l County Telegraph shall publish thl pr Starke Thomas stockholders. If any, of the minute.east 2,840.1,
I6 at the Order In nxt four weekly laiuea.WITNEH3 Eva Mae, Florida;; named corporation and the North line of Section 81. Township '
', party Cason and Frances Hazen J. Clerk of Circuit Court. Bradford above Rang 13 East Clay
Games were Mary my hand and official A. trustees thereof If valit corporation 7 South begldT.
.y and night.late In the evening for putting the little boy In the P1MPKR FOil ADD BlissFIRS KUl'IPVfciNT! : day Peal of at September;. Florida, A. D. IMa 1943.2nd County County.Court House rlda, fitarke, Florida b, *assignees dissolved, successors the > grantee.., or, ty.Din S Florida Ill containing to the point 2.318.70 of acr..j

of fruit school house and pinning tilecow's HT4HKK, n.OHlUA" OFFICIAL SUAL. A. J. Thomaa : Thomaa, Arch 8tark Florida; next llenors of kin of any of the said. defendants more or I..... SEUMK.NT "
D. P. W. UOfHKT 10.1 KI.A. H-ai Internal Improveme'ntFund
Tru.tee. of their that tract or parcel of land lyingand
ue served tall on. Refreshments of Aa Clerk. of aald Court. above named or
cookies were 1.0 ...tt tor PI'1 of the Stat of Florida. Talla- In Interest or of any being In Section 10. Township
Fred S. Risk
and About 30 enjoyedarty Ice cream and birthday cake Healed bid for furnishing aFire '- 4t '-14 .:; I.a\n;\ Turpentine and Predecessors or person deriving any Interest 7 South !Rarg 33 la.t. Clay
t"e.: parson
Pumper and Equipment In and ., Atlantic National title to County, Florida and Section SiTownship
and a lovely time was were served the little guests for the City of Htarke. Florida will Bank Bulldlnir. Jacksonville, In, or lien upon part 7 South Hang 22 Kast.
Itll-! or any
and Julian received many nice be received by the City Council at IN THE VNITKII ttTATKN Florida; Wadsworth <> P.. alsoknown the said real property them, Bradford County Florida, more purtlcularly -
TH1CT COl IIT FOR TMH KOt TH.KHM :: thereof, by, through or from
all. the City Office In Starke. Florida, .. cordon Fi. Wadaworth, Beginning j
ad by their. described aa follow: -
> and respective
gifts. The following enjoyed the : lfl'llltn UP Kl.OlllttA.United defendants or any of them, .
E. W. T. on h) Those
until two eS:00: P M. Hampton Florida. ( wives, willows, wld. at a, concrete monument
Petltlon.r.v. ,
l &1DF: PARTY : party: Jackie Barry; Kenneth Tuesday the 12th day of October. .. S,675.70 8tat a Acraa of America of LAnd more or who are believed of to Florida b* owers husbands and their and all of their at the aoutheast corner of the y

l"t p Robert entertalnedgut Green Jimmie Cason Harwood 1943 at which time and place all !I..., altuated In Clay and Bradford non-residents of which the State the following ucrcssora. In title and Interest, all Northwest Quarter of Section 30.Township .
So at bide received will be publicly opened CuuntleH/ Florida, and Cecil It. and a* to nf whom and whoa names and 7 Mouth Rang: 25 East
grade with a party and Donald Hazen L. A. Mott, and read aloud.InatructIona Jlon Iv et al Uerendanta. No. 531.JClvl. I. the last' and beat bythroughor address places of residence are unknownto Clay County Florida: thence North ,
Beach Friday after- James Harrell Wilbur Barry to Bidder. Form' of \. NOTk'H OK CONDKMNA- and all persons claiming, Marian Low, the Petitioner, praying for condemnation 89! degrees 15 minute West 6.818.A
ton were played and athtful Jackie Catherine Proposal General Conditions Detail 1'lON PRUCEELINU4.: TO: WHOMIT under them 8t.Kelly Uhvy Chase, upon proper compensation feet across. Section 30 Couty
Games Cason. Harrell Specification, Form of Contract MAY CONCKHN AND TO: ta) 40t Florida Minnie, e41'1'Ior for the use of the LrniledSnips South Rang 2.1 EatClay
swim was enjoyed by.Refreshments Sandra Mott. Mary Frances* and Bond may be examined Those defendant wbo are raldenta. Maryland; Low Chas, Maryland; of America In connection Florlcia and Section 15. Township

of candy; Hazen Annette preen Minnie at the office of the City Clerk of or believed to be rimldenta of the 1 awrS'O.: .Chevy Pumter L., Jr., bl.tDivision with the establishment of an air 7 Mouth Rang 21 Kaat, Southeast!Bradford .
military Florida to the
the UerlrudeK. < station and for County.
and at office Batten
Stark, Florida State Shelby, MUstaitlppl I corps
I,Colas and sandwiches were Lou Hazen Shirley Nell Green. of Charles E. "Rli'hhelmer of the .. Starke.!! Florida; Batten. 11. L, MuCleltan Office Camp Beast. 9, Ifel... purposes, of the fnllowlnqdescribed : right-of-way of the U.h It, eterlyalong A F.
N t
Smith BID ; lands situate In Bradford Railroad I thence o r e a
of Heynolda, Brewton Aiarke, Florida lloree. Dan
d I the guests.T :. Friends of Mrs. Bert Stokes and Firm Hill. 6th Floor Roberta Build- Stockton tit.. Jacksonville. FloridayBradford ; van Wisconsin Lake Avenue; Polhemun Aabury, Clinton Park.New and Clay Counties., Florida, to-wit: ;said right-of-way to line Its Intersection of
819 North
F., tract orparcel with the
and "A" All that
Florida, of political KF.OMHNT
in.. Jacksonville County : a Mary M, formerly
.' MEETINGe who has been very Ill will be copies thereof obtained upon pay- ..ulidlvl.lon of the Stat of Florida, Jersey; Prcvatt.Mary M. Jonas, cloV of land lying amt being In Section IK Township T !!South s
known aa County.
Scouts held their first glad to know that she Is some ment of |IO.00 for each pet which Bradford County Court Houia, C Cochran. UFD No. S, Bo* Sections Range n. 51. Township A Range 21 thence East, Kaat Bradford along the
Girl Section
Hall payment will b* refunded upon return I Starke, Florida; t''lay County oft a North Carolina; South (X lest Florida +
at the Community better. of such. net. In good condition political aubdlvlalon of the State 147. Wilmington. brace Van Iluren: Township S South Hangs S3 ICnst North line of Section 15'Townshlr
at 5 o'clock after bids have Clay 'ounty CourtHouse Rivera, Lillian flay County, Florida Suction 1, 7 South, Rang |1 Hast Bradford
IT within ten day of Florida Savannah. Onor-
.y. Sept. We are very glad to welcome been opened and read. Clreen Cove Bprlnva, Florida 218 W. 38th Street DeWItt C., Littleton, Township: B south. Rauge 22 Hastand County, Florida and l4ectlon 2i.
Frances Tilghman as Council reserve Frent. aV Farms, one, Kla: Tanner Section S( and Sit, Township T Township 7 South Rang 23 East
[ Ml Jss Mr. and Mrs F. M. Perkins and The Hold city ; Columbia' N. H. Van Buren. Julia Florence. BradfordCounty Florida{ to the North.east '
There will be ain the right to waive any Informnlltle. olo M. J. Ho..... Ventla Florida! Nl Street !Savannah fleorKla South, flange 22 Kaat. Clay County
leader. small son of Monticello to our In or to reject airy or all bid.. Kmmadlna Farnm, )no., clo Ixiul. 11H Rhonald Erwin, Florida more particularly corner of the Northwest Quarter
each week same be accompanied at Law Consolidated ; Van Piiren. described aa follows] Beginning at of said Section SO; thence South ,!
; community. Mr. Perkins Is Each bid must Kurta, Attorney Street, Savannah fleor-
| Friday. bookkeeper for the Tung Oil and by a Cashier's. check or a certified Building Jacknonvllle, Florida; A2U gist,E.Whltehead 4Hth. R. B. clo Valdoeta. 'h. Northeast. corner of. Section 23 ..11'1 to Ing the tai point Acres of' mar beginning. or Us, contain.. NOWTHEREFORE ,
oa members: check or bid bond In the amount Florida Stat! of Siiennard L. Holland Company, Valdonta,I1e..r. Township 7 South: Range : command)!
e following are they have an apartment at theJ. of five percent (5%, ) of the bane Governor Tallahassee, FlorIda Hardware following pel sons whose Clnv' County, Florida: thence. you are United
Marie Barry Eloise bid aa a guarantee that the Bidder, ; H. A. Ora Secretary! of Stale gla. (cThe. unknown. If living, 4.732.3 f..t. to the Southeast corner to be and appear In the .
Roberts home.MI. addresses are said Court for the Southern
raacea P. If awarded the contract will with of Florida TallahaHHee.. Florldai J. unknown of raid Section Ill of Stales District
Helen Ida Barry. Flora conMeoulve. calendar Comptroller of State of and It deceased their. Township and Rang' and Countythence ; District. of Florida, at Jackson
M. Lee (
in ten (10) ,
ey L. A. Brown devise
and Mrs. of
Minnie Lou Hazen. days after written notice belnKfflven Florida, TallahaiiMee. Florida; J. heirs, Kranteea asslvna. : Bnree, continue South 2,707.0 feetnlonaj ville. Florida on the a\1tro\ day
Ie i Green were In Jackaonvllle Sunday of such award enter Into awrltt.n Edwin Larson State Treasurer of or Forsythe. the Last. line. of Section:! 6, October, A. D. 143. o'clockIn
... Ann Long Mary Ellen contract with the City of State of l'"hrld.Tall.ha.....e, Florida Han; Rdmondson.' Ida AV. H.also! known: Township ft South Range 23 East. the morning of said. day. by fll-
Us Annie Lee Rogers I Mrs. Cecil Moore; Mrs. Annie Starke. Florida, In accordance with ; Colin Kn ll\>h. Superintendentof -uld.P'\-\. Has/an Haa-ant,: Holder; 8.1 Jones, Clay County, Florida; thence West Ins your written claim or an.wertither andto
officers: Ptnholster and Miss Lubedla Pin- the accepted bid and give a performance Public Inatruftlon, Tallahamiea.Florida ... Mootlv IO.437 fet across Section 6,. Township In person or by attorney
e following are bond satisfactory. to the ; J. Tom' Watson Attorney W. A.i| .Ji".h; \ F.M South Range 23 Rast.: Clay show- what right title or Interest
L dent-Marie Ore e n; Vice- holster were in Alachua on business I City of Btarke. equal to one hundred I General of State. of Florida, Tallaha ".. F Roebuck t Norton.H. H.; Stars, Kdna M.IStars County, Florida and Section I.Town..hlp you have or calm\ In or to
: Treas- Monday. percent (100%) of* the con- .ne* Florida; Forsythe. tou U.. : Robert 1'1,1' Summers, 8 South flange 21 Raat said property and to show Haul..
ldent-Helen Barry; tract price Chlefland. Florida; Iforemoat Prop- 1'-1 Bradford County, Florida, to a why It should not b* taken forth
_Minnie Lou Hazen; Roll Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Crosby of No Bidder may withdraw hi* bid .rtl... Inc, co| Louie Kurt, Attor- tnmln Mae H.J! Van Thomas Buren ArrhJJ. (d) The I nolnt on the West. line nf Section 21 uses and purposes set forth In
Starke and Mr. and Mrs. L. H. within sixty (go) day. after the ney at Law, Consolidated. Bulldlnc.Jackaonvllle Kva heirs. devlae. .grantees: personal"enraeentatlvea 1. Township. 8 South Rang Florida. said petition (aa amended*. and thla
Bettye* Long. thereof. Florida Ueorcla In- Bradford County<< penaltyof
date set for the opening ; or asslcna. of the Rapt you are not to omit upon
Futch of Lawtey were Sunday City of Bark. Florida dUMtrlal Realty (Company, vlo Joe deceased. or believed approximately J.707.0 feet aouth' of being barred of all claim and
|ri Alma Mathis and son ofnvllle guests of H. B. Crosby and By: Hill Wllllami, Attorney at. Law. following to li pemona* deceased whose. names the Northwest corner of said Section 33- Interest In and to said lands and
her mother Carl Johns, Lake Butler Florida Hasan, Ida. are unknown. Van It! thence North 00 of having judgment by default'entered -
visited family. City Clerk 8-17 ?:Jt 10-8 also known aa'.Ida .1* Hasan. The- tnrt addressea Charlea F., deceased! "...nRuren. minutes West 7.HUB.6 feet. more or against you. WITNESS my
Alice Thomas last week. ron.a. : 8. olo H, B. iiren. F.. deceased;: VanHuren. loss, a Ion ir the West. line* of Section hand and official seal, of thin. Court
Crews Mr. and Mrs. Guy Plnholster BRADFORD .FlorldabUoldor. .., FlorIda Sophia Hackett.' decesaed.WHKRKAS 1. Township II !'South Ran1 *. this the llth. day of September, A,
Ir. Mrs. Raymond THR cmrriT COURT Krwln:
and iv: 3d. TownshipSouth.
TJ of Circuit Section
and Ivev. U Clerk East and
and Fred Brown ) for condemnation
of and family Cor.tlTY.: FLOHin : a petition ? Bradford. A.
Sue Clay East
MarjorIe Florida, Range 2S 41.EDWIN
County .
daughter, Sun- ;; Court Clay ha. been filed on the list R. WILLIAMS Clark
Jacksonville were i Cove
Sunday guests family of HallPlalntlfit County Court House, Ureen D. 1941. (a. County, Florida to the Northwest United States District 'CourtSouthern ;
nviUe, were Martha J. .. Leonard of October A. .
John. day
day guests of Mrs. Rosa Pin- Spring Florldal Corner of said Section' it, said point District of Florida
relatives. ** horn hen. Hampton, Florida; Johnn, amended on the til day of 8..pl.mh.l' HAROLD S.' DARBY'' ;
Southeast right-of- (SEAL) By
Resale Colson holster V. L. O, Hampton Florida; Jone"l W. D. 1943 In the Uniteddtsrea being on the Deputy Clerk. n
'L and Mrs. W. HHall and Lottie Kelly. \.. HFI>. Htark. ""lor Ida) ..ht.n niatrlct Court for the South way tin* of the O. S. A F. Rall e-11 4t 101
Ga. were week-end Defendanttt"M J ,.. "L.., Starke. Florida: Knluht N. I
Valdosta FARM >r\K;o. r.f T,'I1nLT C ATTrMtf. ".." ADD --
ts of Mr. and Mrs! ,G. B.ton. SUNNY BROOK ,

By Mrs. Arsula Crawford .

Mrs.. Edna Watson,guest of Ft.of Mrs. W R.. Halslop and son .
(ers was a Sunday
two daughters
Fred and grand
Mattie Barry and family. Lucile Ward were
Mary Ella and i
Ur. and Mrs.. Dave Green were business In Jackson- iI
[ Gainesville Tuesday. yule Tuesday.Mrs. I ;

litre. was the / 1
Tom Markey
Arle Brown and son

Jut of her sister, Mrs. Grace Raymond spent Sunday with

as. of Dukes Station Sun- Mrs. Brown's sister, Mrs. Lizzie a

McKinney of Starke. /

JMrs. Mary Thomas wall In'ke Donald Kelly of Tampa was ,

Thursday of last week. visiting his mother, Mrs. Inez I

Afle Browning and grand- Saturday. / iI
Kelly, here (
(jhter, Juarrlta of New River g.f. a
Ralford Brownof
Mr. and I
re Sunday guests
Plant City were visiting e
p /
Barry and family friends and relatives In this section / /
litre. R. E Hazen visited her week..
Wednesday of last
lier Mrs. Clarence Strickland '

1 LaCrosse Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Jess: Vining (ft{ 1

Simmons Lake Butler were guests of Mr.
Ur.! and Mrs. Jack.

Mounty Oak were visiting 'I and Mrs. J. N. Kelly Sunday

and Mrs. Noon Mott and afternoon. rr I.f.

Imlly Wednesday. Mrs. Dewey Wood and childrenof f.t

Mrs. Cliff Kelly Mrs. Arthur Jacksonville are spending( t i

Boards and Mr. and Mrs. Vern- soma time with her slater-tn-law, s,

Edwarda were In Gainesville Mrs H. B. Kelly. _

business Saturday. H. M. Bennett Is spendingsome r

|Mr.! and Mrs. Bill Harris were time with his son-in-law \\.C

Gainesville on business Mon- and daughter Mr., and Mrs. ciii6\ set

y. Floyd Crosby. ,\\00 Go a$ ben
WAR! o. .N filii'
[ilrg. N. 0. Hayes and son, W R. Halslop and eons Fred W.at4\1otG'f0t4.. 1

G., Jr., and Mrs. Edna Hayes In Gainesville Monday.Mrs. I
were i if
d children were Jn Starke and daughter I 1943 j
Inez Kelly 2b, .
ul1day to meet Cpl. Clifton Mrs. Alton Dobbs; and little 1 s, 1 !

[yes of Massachusetts who Is were attending to ;
daughter "
tt '
pm on a ten-day furlough.Mr In Palatka Wednesday ) Custom : I,

and Mrs. Parrish an- business .. ne1\' 1JII.d StHsSr.tS p ,
[ Guy ,: -
of last week. .xl 4 'Prol t
lunce the arrival of'a baby boy. Mrs. Arsula Crawford and y 3! Vt.1-1-1-t.1" >aT4 &'a

londay, Sept. 13, at h 0 m e. are ,, & 9 lV.- ,
Ann !
Shirley '
baby daughter, ; _: \>* nt.a1'!
and doing" nicely. 'It.
baby ,
father with her .
time "
I Mr and Mrs. Kermit Sikes of spending some Otis Crawford at f SsSA. cc tIIItXIl1.h.' bY tb. O eaYiA6s c ,

lachua were visitors 'here Frly husband Camp Breckenrldge Pfe. Ky. "is c tram. .. accom4tlT7'\Ip the. ezly' '

of Lake 4 ) coV9 to itetins
Miss Doris Green I' otogrem t.fat.lo
I )lr. and Mrs. Seth Roberts of Butler spent the week-end here t.SS %S.- l\Ze11' o of se'fTn. tel

t wtey were week-end guests with Miss Doris Crosby.Mr. \\\ff\ tot trio Lae plllc: a Dthe Boldlatriet;Jl"vbitails o! 51 -- .(

J. P. Roberts and family. and Mrs., William Crosby cooP loDi
children In 1 r peT Ut\.lbOsaet. \
oyace Gainey and spent ttsot
and little ion ri0me lA ypi .to -. 0.
else and mother, Crosby's bat pave &t11z1tl& .
Ronald .and with Mrs.
Butler : "
Lake ort1c. e t B '
earl !
Ire, Lee Galney were In Ala- Mrs. Vera Alston. y.ttrgsTi tb ; 1.s te tl .r
mother a6
Pua : tom- apd :nBott
on business Thursday.. : to6 dUStl' '
'OIIIT.: nnAi>Foiin t1 p l t eo (
( \11-
Hazen has returned : COt STY, Fl.OItlUl IN (,'II.U- coD.ef"l M.'Pa1. 1Id1'o4U .giraffe y .s. tca
lame after a few days vacation CEItY.Ross r ; delitibnl,eiectti loon (
c'l'f.Or. ligntin6
*i North C. Chandler Plaintiff vs. O1eiTit t.. I
Carolina. Ca.* _
Chandler Defendant t1\; .ua ul.
Miss Betty iJI.4. -rl. & .
Martha Evelyn Markey '
Nn. 2559.ORDER '
ANDKOTICJS t'h" yvatii
ad Miss Webb of OF PUBLICATION: '( -
Betty Joe &eII.-
TO APPEAR T.bus iotagala 11.4
P hsonvuie were ow e e k end STATE OfFLORIDA' toi Betty J '1D t onS1ydtat17P
r* ta W. whose residence U La. .esti ata4. .t.b. cons61100 s
of Mr and .Mrs. T. Chandler ytT1 60r
|!tark.y Vegas. Nevada. to' appear. on tS'ont. ut.111W. \a.1f t.'l ,0
You a.r.qured above \ lie ce:. 0 p i
the jCtTid ale
Lff- Earle Green and children. October 4th., 1943. In wherein' Ib 1: gt : 99.M
and cause .
th8 1.
blrley and Gayle and Mrs. O. named Court seeks divorce.' RradfordCounty ..,. 1 .. et> """ Ads Tor '
"', Rimes were plaintiff Telearaph shall publish! this .c1t'7. ...."... l ofael r
1 n .Gainesville w.ekly \" ..... & ca..1; 4.- y red
ureday .' Order In neat four hand and oUlclal' ttt1 1 to fave.th ? ":''T. ;; sult+ti op'giie

Mrs.' Amy McCormick-of Jkdkonvllle : -rif-B'laK.. Florida. this 2nd \ otly d ttlltap ; tJU IS tb,

is visiting friends and day of September "it: J. Thomas w sr., .UC. dlratati 0 1 t. bOacn1a:ti 11'QSt.Tf.. t ,

platives here. A.(OFFICIAL Clerk' of paid Court.Starke Florida. l!:; m plfi .'of 1 tii U lit79th tt r91 l

Mr and Mrs Leslie Greenre T. Frank Landrum t-3 4t '-** of cCJIIItr.tJAI _,.-' the .
Atty. for Pit. ; ts.oo t TO&ras.We

Mr.In and starke Mrs.Thursday.James ,Cason IV: THR" CIRCUIT Jtllirta.1.-COURT('IR'T'T OF TMKKlfcHTH OFII'LOlun' 9ia'1"t:-p" 'tu ': -:.:':,.4.sit "' 10I i

and children Jackie and Jim- ... 1' FOR 8R"It- cooperate with our government r ., .. 'j!
anxious .et '.
C'111Y1'EltY .
|!sue]' and Mrs. Nancy Padgett FOHIl cot:VTY. IV are p: d
Zlecl.r, -
sere In GalnesvlUe on .business Francis Plaintiff.Edwa..d in this conservation program a aAX3 'i .;

1Sedneeday! and l ..: i

Mr and Mrs. Cephus Harrell Anna'VrajikZ to help you avoid waste of electricity .- ,

IIId son James 'In Ocala THE STATE"Of >LORII>A! 4 t'"a :o' .. "
were ZIEGLER advertise** are l
QII business Wednesday. TOANNA It appearing. from the plalntlfrs war materials. Watch our tIIerit ..' ; .1J

Seaman 2nd Class, ,W. C.: worn above entitledlcau.e which as to how you CM avoid a. o 13t.111t. ... "
Crosby of Green CoVe Springs In the.ult"for an absolute divorce, suggestions .. pines of Rat ,n t'" M M

rISI4d hll parents for a few days that It I is th.d.fendant.the belief of Anna the Frank' of electricity in your home.riORID. ..

recently. tiff that of a state ",

Mr and :Mr. Clarence Edwards orJoan try I I. other a resident than the Stat. o"1'of* wti,

IIIIt lion of Palmetto visited Florida that the. of residence the said d.fend.nt .- 1 rrl
Trek n Edwards! and family last ,cllS and a. particularly plaintiff.a. the Isas a'
known to the' M
.am" III and .tat.d; thAt

Friends of H. F_ Ware will be above I. .% PO. ;
pad to 'know that he u home of Florida 'Sfii/ 3 "

'mma the Lake after po.na --- Heantl ....
hospital :
'he ,
l hit I@veral wife days .aatmthe'. ando s ballet .rfJS5AtwfitsVJnTfrERlEFORK: 1l ?: -.. of -- .

are home

Beulah Harrelfor, aotwhiebiraae that Zle..I.the... fll.dff.ndant.an appearance October Anna ,herein 1142 WASTE IN WAR IS A CRIME DO NOT( ,

Frank Crosby of Camp the day of t : 1
D 4.Wti ed
I&ndnr! Was a week-end guest : ) EdwardpiZl gler fl
at Francl. Court
ilia aald Circuit
brother Leo Crosby. against her In the



.ryy n. dv


, I

WIGHTBlanding _______________________________ Q Ii

Hospital Back From Trip ]Buy A Bond See The Show FreeDays present The The Church con site reglitlon will( be 38'60 II1OVl(

Adds 800 BedsWith Mr and Mrs. J. T. Quigleyand north of Sill rk.roan th"""

L. A. Wynn returned Sun two Ye&r,
the opening: of a new receiving day from a most Interesting au :.. taR '

building, a large additionto month's vacation In the middle at theSERVICE r'eeehzl THE GREATESt UNTOLD STY! i s Church Of God trousers Wanted, :No('Senn roll

the Station Hospital at Camp West North and East. Mr. Wynn Plans New HomeThe County buttons,_8
Bland Ing ia now being put In visited his son-in-law and daughter CENTERBy r'AMERICA'S COURAGEOUS YOUTH!J. "' f Tti.gralh.IN .

readiness which I n c r eases the Lt. and Mrs. Ed Sllvernall C Out of the Halls of Heroes they come Church) of God congregation

capacity of the Institution from at Sackers Harbor, N. Y. Being Mrs. Alice Clapp Hronn commanding fame and love ... .1 only 24 strong, ia about : 'IIIt'II'I' t'Oq
2,000 to 2,800 beds It was announced along the St. Lawrence River, DirectorAs ready to launch a $1,500 building :/'Rltyr1: : .'I.OIIIU\1 aT%Br

Tuesday. they visited Montreal and other: MARCHING INTO YOUR HEART! : campaign,' after purchasing the OllliEH OF I

Thirty-two building are in- points in Canada. a result of the storm hover- rr'.t
"cluded In {the expansion of the Mr. Wynn also spent a week Ing around the Gulf, we are hay ,i'! ? .l.lIK structure on St. Clalr Street only Mary n.Plaintiff r avM..!no API'E4!.

hospital which Is situated near with the Qulgleys In New York Ing quite cool and rainy weather two years ago. vs..Theodore. '

the shores of KUgsloy; Lake at I City where they attended many today (Saturday, Sept. 18)-a Under the leadership of Its former .. Defeudxnt n Iiuofdeo,"t i

Camp Blanding, and Is one of of Interest, Including the grand excuse to light the first STATE UF .
places pastor, Rev. J. F. Kirkland, PLCiRDA!
of Us kind log fire In our big fire place. So .- v" Theodore It t.:
hospitals Rockfeller) Baptist lJaYld.on
Riverside (
I rA the land was bought and the 093, Hea.IIII'l1rt..r.' kce
In the South. where the noted Dr. here we sit enjoying the warmth n's, Company, 2ktb! 41 !
h nr,'d eI present frame "s t r u cture was Battalion 8'1r"01' c
'' while listening to a good radio Aln
New units Jul completed Include Harry Emerson Fosdick Is pas and I built, with the Intention of using master, New York 1218, 0" I
Mead three.of- also spent a program, playing games 1 You .
a clinic ball tor. The Quigley I it as, a, residence when the new are kerely. notlrl,
ficers' quarters, three warehouses week In Chicago where they writing letters. : church was erected. The present nature of hue u bill flied| ,, her h:

for medical s u p p lies, 23 new made many visits to the Moody AU this follows an extra good f pastor. Rev. J. C. Harper,. and you ax .I""nllant 1n'I,root".

wards to home 800 beds, and the Bible Institute and cdao to the supper of baked beans, brown I his family now'' live In the small) Plaintiff named Court seek) and l faun' ,
modification .of three existing bread, salad and coffee which we the church which of divorce h etofre' '
wards in the older section of the Pacific Garden Mission (trans- planned for a regular Saturday building near said Court, t cur b.ht'
was meant.for: a garage. you are i 0'111| It,. n I .
from the Pacific Beer All and 0n9nr.
hospital. formed night menu. so cozy t be Court and
Much of,the material Is on the .sun '0 Or,
Equipment for the new addition Garden), where Billy Sunday, friendly an atmosphere!, CrowdIs said 1943. bill other* :.. 1111 all'all 0
ground, and a building permit was will ne
In warehouses on the small but most interesting. te.spd taken .
(Is already Mel Trotter and many other hy you BraM".
purchased from the City Fridayfor .
tout and the entire new unit' of Many of our service men have Telegraph .hnll uhll.h
great men were saved from sin. cities t the erection of the new con In its next foot a (Ihl
hospital will be completely gone to the neighboring WITNFsM .- rk1) I.
he a
and ready for operation Mr. and Mrs. Quigley also and towns for the week-end, t crete block building. The pas seal. at Stark, Fiurlds hand sod
quipped tor's family will live in the tember. 9. 19U U
pres- ,
week In the sanl- before
within the next few weeks. spent a large which they are doing 1T

Increased demands on the facilities torlum at Pocono, Pa., where things get too busy. ent church building when the As '""Ierk At py!
new structure Is complete. They
of the Station Hospital rest, proper foods, and electrical Several new men called Including KnIght. & K nghttnrke, 1
came to the Church a year ago.
prompted the expansion, according treatments are stressed as aids Chaplain Barrett from Massachusetts Attorney foi Plaintiff 1.1:,

to MaJ. Ralph E. Paige, Adjutant who before joining the _,_ .. ... OJ ..... ., .. ''- -"-
The extension was also to health. They met Mr. Wynnin Army was a District Supervisorof

made in anticipation of the de- Syracuse and ret urn e d to VSO and also worked with EVERY BRANCH OF

velopment of Camp Blandtng as Starke' together. While away the Salvation Army for many

an Infantry Replacement Train- they missed two great train years. He seemed delighted with
Center. Col. Charles B. Cal-
Ing the Center. 9nJuranceB.
wrecks by only one day-the one
lard, Director of the Medical Division It aeems as If this change In ,
Blandlng 18 In on the New York Central and -
at Camp the weather Is causing quite a
charge of the Station Hospital. the Lackawana and Delaware. number of colds among service '

men and others (Including myself ,I

SEA FOODS CHICKEN DINNERS ), which It Is hoped won't ;I I 1 I I

last long. We had a pleasant i C. WALL

STEAKS CHOPS afternoon assemblage Sunday
afternoon. Including two prominent

guests-Dr. \J. S. Gordon, .f F
minister of the First PresbyterIan -
'. Church of Gainesville, and this"ihrillin9MARCH

TEMPTING TASTY SANDWICHES Bishop Frank A. Juhan of.Jack With 01 MUSICI Service Over 50 Years


The 11 o'clock service at St. "1" "........,_..A' "''',
Mark's Episcopal C h u rch was "Me Ter Yew Lr..w", Please Phone 146

A & A LUNCHEONETTEIn conducted, by George Young- "twelfth -" r

recently Inducted Into the Armyat

Park Theatre Bldg. Starke, Florida Camp Blandlng' -who has are now available at the post office and the Florida

visited Mr. Yerkee at the Rectoryfor Sank.at Starke for the big War Bond Premiere showing of "We've

several weeks this summer. Never'Been Licked" at the Park Theatre, Thursday night; Sept. 30. From where I sit.

Mrs. May Hamilton of Lake City The[ feature will be preceded by a program, of entertainment put on ,.

CLASSIFIED ADSSPENCER Is assisting at the Center for a by Jack Dew' and the Coast Guard entertainers from Jacksonville. ,

few days. Beginning Sunday, These tickets are not for'sale, but are given away absolutelyfree
26 I have appointed Mrs.
Sept. to everyone "hO. buys a War Bond of any denomination from
SUPPORTS, brassieres WANTED Mattie Gahagan Assistant. .bY Joe' Marsh
either the bank or the postofflce. Of course every'loyal Bradford
for .
individually designed Listings on apartments, houses or ,
maternity, post operative, float- homes. for rent located within 20 FARM NOTESBy Countlan Is planning to buy an extra $100 bond during the Third 1

ing kidney, gen eral fatigue mile of Starke War Loan Drive so why not buy it now and get a free ticket to this ,

Card addressed Mra 119 Kant Call brand new hit feature picture 7 W. N..
backache. Street L. T. Dyer County Agent Carnaslon manager of the At Jeb Crowell'a the other day of luxuries-like alr-condM

Pearce, SOS Madison St., will W.. T. CLUTE, Realtor Park TheatJ.e.wants to see his house "Jammed to the doors" next we were bavin a glass of beeror houses qhd television. .
bring service to you. ltpWANTED2 Rationing Control Home Thursday night ,at 9:30: o'clock.
two and taUcln' about the "Bat what really win imorrow's
WANTED-Old phonograph rec Canning "We've ever Been Licked" is a rousing salute to-T.xa..A & M there'd
or'3room kind of world be when world Is whet
3c lb. None with ''
ores per Individual home canning. (1) and .
shows. the wonders
I now being achieved 'by this famous collegeIn
anytime within next paper. Phone 179,. Pal Music Peace came. In men's own hearts..,
You may consume home canned training our youth for war as well as for the pursuits of
month. Couple, both employed. Co., Starke, Fla. tf foods that you produce without peace. "liearthey'lhavetrans-At1an crane.and yndentan(
Trade reviews state that this feature Is "
*o with popular
Write Box 431-M, Starke. giving ration points. (2) You tic airplanes flyln') regular as And from where I sit,I
FOR SALE-30-acre farm up entertainment that it will win raves wherever .
9-21 2tp new shown; It Is a .
may let members of your family, taxi service, says Ed Carey. right.
house, barn and fence; also new masterpiece of action and excitement.
LOST-Key chain with 2 keys. cane mill, 1-4 mile east of 'Joe'sGrill and those who eat at your table Among the young players featured In the film are Richard "Tep."'says Will Frost, "and another's politics or i

Return to Mrs. Edith Mosley on old Lawtey Road 4 or'on the farm you operate consume Qulne, Noah' Berry Jr., Anne Swynne, Martha O'Drlacdll television and plastic cars and a neighbor's right to i
and !
Brown, Box 604, Starke, Fla. miles from Camp Blanding. home-canned goods others. many air-conditioned homes and glass of beer occasionally,
Itp giving up ration points. (3) You I Is mighty good to
Aaron Sumner9.1? 3tp BU,: ::- uper highways." ance a
may give away to other persons tion for a peacetime world
FORSALE Baby bassinette, FOR SALE-Fryers and hens.F point free no more than. 60 pounds; and Muriate of potash, 1 Recent Births Finally Doc Mitchell chimesIn.

like new. Reasonable.-333 Cal ?: M. Merritt, Road '28 near quarts or.100 pounds per memberof I $30 per' ton. if, I "You know," he says "we're

St. ItP Long Bridge. 9-24 4tpWANTED your family. If you give away All these practices are subject I Mr. and Mrs. Horace Nettles, I talkln'about the future in terms

STRAYED-Black more than SO quarts per memberof to certain specifications, but any Lawtey, Sept. 19. girl.
a your family you must collect farmer should Mr and Mrs.. E. W. Huff
6 months old. perform as manyas tet-
Cocker Spaniel, hogs on shares--8, months old
[ ration (4) There la no
Answers to name Geepee. Re- or older. Ira W Andreu, limit to points.the amount of canned I possible on. his farm. Any ler Starke, Sept. 20, girl., No. 69 of a Series Copyright 1943 Brewing bdiattj fKLEIN'S ,
farm should nice Mr., and Mrs.
B. B. Berryman get a out Taylor.
ward.- Route 2, Box 244; Starke. Itp
333 Call St. Itp goods you.. may aell But you of this conservation( payment and Lawtey, Sept 22, girl.

WANTED. waitress and dishwashers must collect ration points for all at the.same time the farm woulcgreatly Mr. and Mrs. R. F.. ;Bryant,,

FOB SALE_4 cottages comp Blanding Center Restaurant sales at the special homecanningrates "Benefit.by'the, tincreasedIncome Starke, Sept. 23, boy..
furnished electric lights of 8 points per quart or
ete y Joe Decker. 924tp derjyeJL'from better soil
and water 3 acres cleared the commercial point value if and more:fee /"I' r,livestock. Usually : COUNTY CIR'IT, FLORIDA cOI-nT, BnaDFOnn.

farm land, and coops ready'for STRAYED from my farm 2 lower. (9)) All ration points must ,...oout. 120.000 Is paid to CEHY .lCHAN.: : Dairy HerdOf

Chickens, all under good fence. weeks ago one large red gilt, be turned In to the local ration the-';farmers of this country each Clahclo Jo.ephClaecio Defendant. Plaintiff Case v.No. MarIe
Good income. Apply Angelo's weighing about 200 pounds. board month. year, 'when should:' ,be three or ORDER OF PLJBI.JCATION AND

Place, Starke. 9-24 2tp May have pigs by now.. Re- Ration Control MeaU four times this much If the need- STATE'NOTIC'E OF FI.oRIDA TO APPEAR

ward. Notify J. W, Jordan, There are no restrictions) on ed practices were carried- out on Ciaccio who"e' residence to I.: Route atarle
LOST or STOLEN-one brown Jordan's Hotel Court. Itp the amount of meats slaughteredon the farm. No. I, Pre.cott. Arkansas,

and white male pointer bird the farm for home use Oetobera25th red 'r? theeabove
FOR ALE, provided Heretofore jfwe have sent field 19.3, ,
write -or exchange for
Reward. or named Court
dog. and cause,
this meat was raised on wherein
Starke Fla. It home InJacksonville-4-room reporters to each farm to checkon plaIntiff ....k. dlvor"e.
U D. Vining,
the farm. It be consumedby ('ount this
may ) Telegraph shall Jersey
house with bath, two .lots. $2- these practices but this year Order In next four Publish
.the members of the farm weekly Issues.sealPlateStarke ,
IF YOU WOULD BUY OR SELL SOO. See or write Mrs. J. N. each farmer is his own reporter hand
family, the hired hands and this -
milk cows, stock cows, beef cat. Payne, Route 2, Box' 246, share-croppers and others on the and ia obligated to make his report temh"r 93rd, Uf3.Florida S..p.

tie,, stock bulls or hogs, get in Starke., Itp In the same manner as giving (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thorn..
farm without'
collecting or givingup
touch with' J. D. Odom Jr., his Income tax'report. We T Frank,A. CI.rk 8tarkel Court.
ration This to Landrum. And
FOR SALE-3-burner Neaco oil points. applies Florid..
Box 247 Starke; Box 204 Lake are now ready to take these reports Atty. for Pit. 8-U ft
stove 2 mattresses and springs, anyone raising his! own animals.No 10.15IN
481 Lake City. at .
City; Telephone 1 ice refrigerator 1 breakfastset meat can be disposed of with my fwc'e.Raid : CIR.IT RT. JlR.UFORD

Auction market every Tuesday. a bedroom set, 1 kitchen out collecting. ration points, and (C.:8Y.'OI'1 TY, FLORID.tt HI .I..AII.:
Lake City, 2:30: ; every Thursday -
Falatka. 2PM. 1-6.... cabinet, pots and pans all new. no one can do this without a Gabblers Fonnl.Crew.., Plaintiff y.. Vivian GuernseyDISPERSAL
Marie I
Also 0-burner oil stove, 1 slaughter permit. Slaughter per- The nlghCff&l'lc; im CrewsDefendant.. Ca. No

LOST-One medium sized red and breakfast set and 1 kitchen mlta up to 400. pounds of meat officersW ORDER or PUBLICATION AND
E. Thornton Pred
;Sapp and Mack
white pled cow with bull calf. cabinet, used but guaranteed per year may be given anyone STATE NOTIC'E OF FLORIDABtoRVivian
Morgan-arrld4; ten k.
Cow marked crop upper bit, in excellent condition.-F. R. who produces his own animalsto 'p". 0 rplayers" 1\larl. Crews whose r..id.nc i la .

straight; split one ear under Carradlne, Lawtey, Flo. lip be slaughtered. No permit of east: of :Blandlng.Center"In "he, woods Wednesday north. uen.rat Iaaton. Delivery, YakIma, Wa.h.

other ear, branded HC. over 400 pounds In a year may You are required
to appear'on
square Calf not marked or branded. EXPERIENCED! S T E N OORA- be given unless the permittee I night Sept 15: at 1 o'clock. Octob.r 10th., UU, In the abova

Reward.-A. D. Crosby Rt. 2, pher desires position I shows that he slaughtered more They were taken to the City Call plaintiff named Court seeks and divorce cause and, wherein SALE

Box 216. Starke. 9-10 3tp Dorothy Montgomery, 222 N. than this amount in 1941 which where each posted a $19 bond of MInor Child. Bradford Custody County

Walnut. Phone, 131. Starke, Itp la used for the base year for all week.Chief A. L. Alvarez" said last Telegraph In next four shall weekly pubU.h Inu.this. Orde:

STRAYED from New River WANTED; HOUSEKEEPER for slaughter bases 4. sealVlat Sta my hand tthis fSepltember S

about August 19th. 4 or 5 feeder elderly couple. If interested Farm Practice for Payment Slut,kle9f3a-lorlda.: 70 Milkers 25 Heifers
Every farmer In the 'county Woodlawn Baptists (OFFICIAL SEAL
steers with bush of tails'cut off call at 609 Temple Ave. Itp A. J. Thomas
LOST Sept. 13 brown female who has his farm signed up In Jo. Hill Williams LakedButler 20 Hvy Springers 1 Bull
fel Conservation Is asked '"Are w* living for the Laodl- Fla., Atty. for
dog 6 months old wearing collar HELP WANTED, male or program Plf.I 9.94 41 30.ii
with large ring and rabies male-to work in bakery. to come to my office as soon cean Church Age?. r. Beginning TO WHOM nUali"

inoculation tag. Reward for Lapp Bakery. 312 West Call as convenient and give in his Sunday morning at, Woodlawn TAKE NOTICE T HAT COfCFRrt A 1939
Baptist Church near Lawtey discussion Dodge Sedan n..ln. No FRIDAYOct.
and for
Information leading to recoveryof St. It crops practices payment ...lth D8.1911.
these animals.-M. F Wiggins .so that we may finish up our of this great subject will than 11000 pwas eelxedvalue Bradford
Fla. Its FOR SALE Nice fryer. and I record and release the applications begin and wW continue at each i CountyFlorida. September 1, 1947
New River
several pullets weighing about for payment. service until finished. A special lion6.9rgChapt, 9301IoLawsSeof

59cl Do 2 pounds each; also baby There are several practices invitation Is* extended to preachers FlorIda I. A"t. of 1839, and that It '
PERMANENT Permanent with I chicks R. 0.' Wise about 6 which the government will make ) and the gwh ral public Is.invited borough the ,Intention. 011'1'"B-of t h W.. S"ar 1 43

your own lets miles south of Stark on Road payment on. Some of theses ,are ,to come out and.hear this Beverage O..partment of Florida Stat.,
Charm-Kurl Kit. C o m p .
Including 40 curlers 13. Turn right at first cattle cover crops solid acreage $1.50 subject discussed.. Beverage D partmentbthe property .

equipment gap or 1-4 mil south of per acre; when Interplanted with aboy. described In front of the +

and shampoo.harmless.Easy Praised to do absolutely bythousands Southern R.. R. corn, 73: cents per acre; weed :Buys Lake ,Land County 15,Jail.8fiar..I Stark.: 10:00,: Florida A. M. October 1 O'clock: P., JV1., E. W. T.
I land 73: cents per a ere; fall All any rlaRt
MeKenxle. 01'
including Fay FOR RENT Two unfurnished Interest In .
or to said
planted vetch 'Austrian winter Mr and Mrs L. F Dinklns recently property 01'
movie star. any thereof
glamorous apartments. Apply E. B., 'An- part are h.r.by r..
Money refunded if not satisfied. drews. Raiford. It pra*. blue lupine, oats or rye, purchased' a strip of land claim Withinpthirtyd(30). make .uch C. W. KLEIN DAIRYGlen

Koch's Drug Store, $1.60 per acre; Planting pasture 420x90 feet, on Bedford Lake I th. date of the tint"public.!KS
LOST Between Crystal Lake grasses, $4 per acre; planting near Keystone Heights, on which of this notice a. provided, for br

FOR RENT-one 30-acre farm and Keystone Heights, rack pine trees, $4.60 per acre; grow. they plan .to build a home, "when n Florida.-ctlnn 1.1.( Charter. 1130t to ,th Laws" Stat.of Saint Mary, Fla.U. .

three miles west of Lawtey. for top of car' to bold loudspeaker ing a home garden. $2 each; application the lights come on again", and B.y.r... Departmenl of Florida
House and out buildings. All Finder please, return of. Dolomitlc limestone. people are able to. secure materialand rl.ht.Tallaha..e.and. .Int.Florida..... In fir and all to such said S. 90 30 MILES WEST OF JACKSOSVtt
land farmed this year. See Doc to Charley E. Jottrv Stark, $..ISO per ton, or ground limestone labor. They .purchased the property, "ltaU. cea.e and terminate,

Wainwright Sunday only. Phone 13 or 98-W at night. Ree $3 per ton: application of property from) Mr.: and, Mrs A. Dlret't,I!:State W. S..RBORO.OH.8.verag.. Depart. C. W. Klein, Jr. E. Y. (Red) Johnson

9-10 3tp ward. superphosphate $1.70 pr 300 A. Walnwrlght M+nt .t Fiorlds, T.Uah.... Flap. Owner
r t-lt It teas

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