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: October 8, 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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lamp. Blanding Now Ready For' New Role 11 IIes

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Explains I. R. T. C. COMMANDERBrig. Kingsley PlaysImportant Conversion I

of IRTC Quickly Made
rpose : PartBeautiful '

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After two years'' use as a training -
Insight Into the purposes to Kingsley Lake is already 1.
ground for divisions
[accomplished at the Camp : playing an Important partIn Camp
Blandlng Is now ready for Its ,
ding IRTC was graphically the training of men at the new role as an Infantry Replacement -
|tired: In a prepared statement new Camp Blanding IRTC. Training' Center,
elt; by Brig. Gen. E. W.' Falea Swimming has recently been
mander, In offlc tally weIr u getting the attention of hundredsof To With its mission the training
the officers and ,men of o.op ? IRTC men Including their of men as loss replacements forth 1,

\ command.o lrjw' commander Brig. Gen Eugene many Jobs In an infantry "

o who are here during 4 W. Fales, as they watched 30 Brig. Gen. E. W. Fales, activated regiment, the Blandlng In IRTC was I ,
August under
i initiation of training at this : Replacement Center lieutenantsIn the .
itiI proven leadership of
TraIn- an 11-event demonstration of
r Infantry Replacement Gen. E.: W. Fales.Halfctrcltng .
The Members of His Staff "
| Center, I extend my welcomemy aquatic skill' combat style. ,
1 ( the blue watersof
," said The demonstration ,
congratulation climaxed: a
Kingsley' Lake, the and
Fales. "A pioneers for course of Instruction the camp
oral Its
And to All The Men facUltIes have been diverted
i Center, you are experiencing officers by Ben Stanton National almost entirely to the use of the .
i difficulties of him who leads Red Cross water safety specialist, new Replacement '
Center, and
also have who Inaugurated the class the .1 ;
I way. However you at of the speed and efficiency, keynotes of { -
satisfaction of invitation of General Fales.
| pioneer's help. modern
warfare, were used In f
to pave the way for the 2 9 Designed to enable every soldier the big task of
luaands who will follow. to handle himself In the Camp Blanding I. R. T. C. .. Confronted by conversion.problems of sup I'

lie mission of thla Center ia iT6 water under any conditions, the ply and organization, a picked t '
[train men as loss-replacements course is a streamlined project cadre of officers and men from r'
the many jobs In an infantry accentuating eight basic "swim This ,Special Edition Army posts throughout the Nation !
Iment We will train rifle- skills". It includes the use of arrived here a few snort

and machine gunners who Gen. Eugene W. Fales inflated clothing: and barracks Is Respectfully DedicatedBy weeks ago and dug In to create. f's,
k i out and strike the enemy in bags, helmets,' Inverted buckets / In record time smooth-function ,
I concealed positions; the mor- and debris In I staying afloat; howto ing order and precision i !t

men who blast the enemy enter the; water with full The Citizens of Starke Previously vacant company 1
la equipment; how to swim when
his sunken streets
emplacement ia the Lake
Kingsley area
General W. Fales commander of j
Brigadier Eugene ,
injured rescues with
; Army equip
|d the anti-tank men whose have emerged from disuse and
Ito! gunnery makes, short the Camp Blanding Infantry Replacement Training Center ment; &n swimming through Who Take Great Pleasure now present crowded, but neat t t
rk of enemy tanks.- We willa comes to us with a notable record of achievement in the blazing oil. scenes of action.

| the Intelligence men, who development of the I. R. T. C. at Camp Roberts, Calif., his At the end of the course Red ? Men entrusted with the Important I'.
i the eyes and ears and the former command. Cross ,appointments,. as water A In Welcoming You job of instructing rookies J |;

wire and 'message center His ability has again been demonstrated in the quick safety instructors were presentedto "I I have completed refresher courses I I
the-koffleers,,J>y..&OeD.. Fales, '-" ? : >- "" .
wha re.tbejDeTY"IYlteD1 and efficient conversion of huge Camp Blanding' fr'omaadivisional Friends And in 'an -phases of infantry train- 1' ring
I1 fighting unit. And we will training ground into an I. R. T. C. The application who said "We are Indeed; for- NeighborsTo and are ready for the f

pin the drivers, motor'mecha- of his brilliant development of the I. R. T. C. at Camp tunate not only to obtain this trainees. ''

i,cooks, clerks, pioneers, armr.&rtUlcers Roberts is already noticeable at the Camp Blanding center. training but facilities also td have of the Unsurpassed Our CommunityFree Personal" Staff ,!I'
and buglers, upon He left Camp Roberts with a long list of improved training Kingsley for our use.: ) In getting' the new programunder '
Olle service success in battle ( way at Blandlng Gen.Pales .'
methods, making it one of the top centers in the country. I
10 All of these has been
capably assisted >i
lea we will train to, be fighting Among General Fales outstanding developments at PINE LEVEL I by the members of his staff. :
flntt i of all" Camp .Roberts were the anti-tank range, cross country By Mr*. II. M. McRae The General's personal staff la 1
course, new mortar-firing ranges two obstacle courses, Jackets gas coupon sheets that the first I
I Addressing himself then par- run of a million Jackets composed of: Col. Albert S. J.
or' was soon
Rev. Akerman
ularly to the new trainees, the battle practice courses, combat firing and village fighting filled Jacksonville For Gas Books exhausted, and a new supply is now Tucker, Executive Officer; Lt. j
ieral continued: "Because the motor driving area, 37-mm. moving target range, I. R. T..C. W an appointment for Rev. ready for distribution.The Co!. Albert J. Apablasa S-l; '
E. Hall at Pine Level
'antry must have men who cane camouflage area and experience in actual combat conditionswith If you would like a /wallet, or new Jacket provides two Major Sam T. Dell, 8-2; Major '

) under all conditions and fight Field Artillery giving a supporting overhead fire. Sunday.Mr. and Mrs. BrItton Alvarez "Jacket" In which to keep your gasoline pockets Instead of one. It will accommodate Robert J. SechrUt, S-3; Lt. Col. '
e i with' varl- General's commander of a conveniently not only Wm. It. O'Brien, S..; Major Wm. j
enemy confidently Back of the proficiency as were visiting the bedside of J. N. ration coupons, you can secure Basic and Supplementary Ration !'
i types of weapons, your train- training unit are 32 years of service as an officer in the I Kelly In Sunnybrook section Sunday one free from ;your nearest coupons, but also Tire Inspection p Curran, Adjutant; Capt. Alfred '.
g will be along those lines United States Army, including overseas duty. afternoon.Mrs. Standard 011 dealer. Record and other Incidental papers. P. Strobdas Special Service Of. j

u l must be alert. Don't be sorry Born Sept. 16, 1887, in New York, Eugene W. Fales, I L. A. Crosby and children These Jackets have proved so There is also a apace for a recordof flcer; lit Lt. Robt. R. Boyer \
late. Marching, swimming, popular among motorists, in preserving gasoline purchases-date, quantity Public Relations Officer. Lt. t
2nd lieutenant October 7 of
received his commission as on Rising section were visitingher
their valuable tout I
i systematic exercise will make flimsy: and speedometer reading., Fisher Is the General's Aide.
1911. parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. M. r t
u i tough and able to march longes He has seen duty in Hawaii Mexico, France and Ger- McRae Saturday afternoon.
preparatory to fIghting. Rev. and Mrs. Akerman of i.
u many, in addition to numerous posts in the United States.
must learn out
Isrs faithfully and carry cheerfully. From 1921 to 1924 he was the Army liaison officer with Jacksonville Mrs. W. E. Hall of ,
Green Cove Springs and Mr. and
work as members of a skilled the U. S. Marine Corps. Mrs.. H. M. McRae were dinner
III, all members of which yout General Fales' training includes the French tank :.
guests of Mr. and Mrs. O. R. Al-
and are confident cannot school and a French tank regiment from 1932 to 1934. He varaz in VanderbIlt section Sun- ;
i beaten." also served on the Infantry Board in charge of tank de- WELCOME !

The general then addressed velopment, commanded the Tank School in 1937 and 1938 day.Miss Melva Crosby of Little

Illa4It! primarily to the per- and was executive officer of the Chief of Infantry just Springs spent the week-end with .

anent party officers and men: prior to being assigned to Camp Roberts.It her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. M. "

permanent ,party o f this is with a great feeling of pride that Starke wel- Crosby. \.r ,
ter was carefully chosen from comes such a distinguished soldier to our midst. Cpl. and Mrs Loran Connor V?
my training centers and schools have returned to Tyndal Field TO .
pughout the country, 'and sent I after spending his furlough herewith :

!ere' to Camp Blending expresslythe tion Complement personnel. The' GRAHAMBy I relatives and friends. :y' i r L

great task of starting hospitality of nearby communities Mrs. Eva Strickland Mr. and Mrs. R: M. Alvarez of ..
roo 1 new, huge IRTC. I am has been outstanding.: In all Vanderbilt section were dinner J.
atly pleased at the fine way things we are Indeed for Mr. and Mrs. Ancll Normanand guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. V. Al- I '

'"11I splendid spirit In which you these tunate." children of Hellbronn spent varez Sunday. BRIG. GEN. ALES:::.:. -. ..: : t
re been getting ready to Luna "One J..L. Alvarez was visiting Weeley "
011. The general concluded: Thursday afternoon with Mrs. Hall Sunday. .. '
above Norman's ,, Mr. and Mrs.R. ,
must be emphasized parents '
:The w
[ climate .
here permit year- We training men M. Johnson :; i""'
: all others.
illDit The majority of r '
n4 1 for COMBAT. .. d
many additions to training his regular appointment here !' AND t
tales will be sent djrectly. .I .
are being made with our men Sunday.Rev. NOTICE .
fine cooperation of the Sta- to replace losses in units! I
overseas W. C. Burton was visitingIn ... r rnJurance'
now fighting the enemy. Hampton Sunday. ANYONE HAVINGACCOUNTS

or Insufficient Instructionor Mr.- and Mrs. Frank Thomas

WELCOMEGen. Inattention means human lives, of Hampton attended church here WITH HIS ENTIRE STAFF

perhaps your own lost in battle. Sunday EDENFIELD JEWELRY''

This grim fact must force us all Mrs. William Bushloper Miss "
Fales to strive for the highest standards Onle Mae Starling and Burrell CO., INC. WILL
to neither time I Casey were business visitors to
and spare'
achieving of Jacksonville Saturday.. PLEASE MAKE PAYMENTS -
In the i
And Staff [nor superior energy tralnlngf results. I II Mr. and Mrs J. T. Quigley and ON THESE EVERY BRANCH OF t

,"We shall certainly, turn out, others of Starke attended the

To I soldiers of whom instructors '' revival here Monday night. ACCOUNTS AT THE J

trainees themselves" and divisions Everybody Is Invited to attend. Denmark Furniture J A-,

will be proud. Roberts and son of ,
Mrs. J. P.
Starke & Camp ,
Knight Sells Lots Brooker spent Monday afternoon I CompanyWELCOME l
with her mother. Mrs. Millie :
BlandingBRADFORD Col. D. E. Knight sold a 2- Fogg. A.
miles H. C.WALLAgency
acre lot on Road 13 two ,.. .... ... "-- A.- 'lit
I north of town Tuesday, the buyer --

being J. E. Shands, and the con- I. R. T. C.
alderatlon being) $100. The r.:

Shands' live on adjoining prop WHEN IN NEED OF PHOTOGRAPHIC SUPPLIES .
theft tight said 1 Service Over 50 Years ,
Cot .

Next Door To The Hollywood Camera& Gift Shop Please Phone US

War Bonds ...aY meaaomethlag Call Street Starke, Florida
Western Union mere to yea tts ,
t tarestmenL. .. ... ... ... }
fast "a food T r ..... - IV a
."Fluire .U eel.011.

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Fisher also visited our school SAMPSON CITYBy and Mrs. Varnes' parents Mr. turned Sunday to
CUM BRANCHBy ter, Mrs. Melba Canton, of Jack- Hampton Happenings Thursday. Louise VarnesMr. and Mrs. E. L. Harper.Pvt. spending a few zed, atl!
sonville Sunday. By Itarbara Horne Buford McKinney ha* returned days here
Mr*. T. N. Norman Mrs. Loca Waters Mrs. Cephus his parents Mr "I
Miss Dorothy Norman of Starke HAMPTON REACHES Harrell and son, James, were in : and Mrs. David Kelly of to his camp In Utah after anu lIr&.
Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Chapmanand spent the week-end with her par- U. S. BOND QUOTATo Gainesville Friday. Pine Level were visiting Mr and' pending a furlough here with his McKinney and family
T. N. Nor-
ents, Mr. and Mrs.
two little sons of Jacksonville all who helped make our Pvt. J. R. Mott of Tallahassee Mrs! Lem Brown Saturday. wife and baby son. AT
'were dinner of Mr. furlough. Friends of Mrs. S. E. Jones W. McKinney, who Is also
guests man.Mr.. and Mrs. F. S. Sapp and Bond quota a success we are is here on a ten-day O. SIGN
and lira. P. D. Reddish Sunday.Mr. visited Mr. and grateful. Oct., 1st showed that visiting his parents. I who was very 111 last week, will In the Navy and stationed at FIRSTO"
and Mrs. A. D. Norman son Mrs. Carlton 'Chastaln of Hampton our goal of $10.000 had been Mr. and Mrs. :... W. CUnning- be glad to know that she is DeLand, spent last week-end here '"

and children were visiting Mr. Friday of last week. reached with a few hundred over. ham of Tampa visited Mrs. Rand much Improved now. visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. '

and Mrs. R. M. Johnson of Gra. N. Nor These are the citizens at home Crews and family Tuesday.Mr. Mrs. Curtis Varnes and -little Carl McKinney and family. 666
and T.
a. Norman
ham, Thursday of last week. JL. made business trip to who are helping to bring peace and Mrs. Earle Green and daughter, Frances, have returned Mathew McKinney, who la USE
Mrs. Carlton Chastain and little Jacksonville man a Thursday of last and victory, and can say: "I am children Shirley and Gayle, and home after visiting Mr. Varnes serving In the U. S. Navy, re- 666 TABLETS.SALVE NOSE DROPS
an American every part of Mr. and Mrs. Earnest Edwardswere
daughter of Hampton were visitIng week.
!" }In Gainesville Sunday.
I. Mr. and Mrs. F. S. Sapp Mr. and Mrs. F. S. Shaw and me Seaman 2nd Class W.. C. Crosbyof

Sunday. children of Lawtey were dinner Mr. and Mrs. Gordan Wads- I Green cov Springs was here
Mrs. Otis Morgan, Mr. Rosa guests of the latter's parents I worth and daughter, Mary Kay, Tuesday. "

DeLoach and children and Junior Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Conner Sun- were In Gainesville Saturday. Mr. and :Mra. L. L. Parker and I "

demons were visiting their sis- day.Mr. Miss Edna Dudley spent the daughter, G1 e n d a. Mrs. Jake GOOD FOOD..

and Mrs. J. S. Norman of week-end at Newberry.Miss Keene and daughter Carolyn, .
Lawtey were visiting Mr. and "Dimple" Parker left were In Starke on business Tues- ,

WELCOMETO Mrs. F. S. sJpp Sunday. Tuesday of last week for D... day. : \ ."
Mr. and Mrs. V. S. Sapp madea trolt, Mich., where she will visit' : AND AWARM.
Mrs. L. R. Hill of Knoxville, .
THE I. R. T.' C. business trip to Palatka Tues- relatives and enter defense work. Tenn., visited her parents, Mr. :h\\ ..' t ,. "
day of last week. W. H. Griffin returned last '
AND ITS COMMANDING Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Sapp Mrs. and Mrs. Vernon Edwards last- J '
week from a visit with relativesIn : ,
Nancy Keen and Mrs. Caroline Georgia. i"it> \*>
OFFICER Norman attended the- annual Christine Roberta' of Coy T. Edwards, an employeeat ',' ':;','J '' 'l(
meeting of the Oak Grove Primitive Camp Shelby Miss., visited his !, :, ::, .
GEN. FALESGUIDON Jacksonville Visited Mr. and Mrs.
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Ed- : .'
Baptist Church Sunday near Bob Touchton Sunday. wards last'week.. : a ,l
Macclenny.Mr. ;
GRILL and Mrs. H. C. Edwardsand Marian Johns was the week. Mr. and Mrs Cliff Kelly were .. ." .
end .of Frances Colley of
children of Jacksonville were guest In Jacksonville on business Sat 1
JIM FOREST visit InS relatives here last week. Starke. urday. -
Mra.' Carrie Kalch and daughter
end. Mr. and Mrs. Raud Crews were
Helen,'rare visiting relativesIn ..
a .. In Gainesville business
t .. ". I .. Jacksonville.'Mrs. on Friday.
James E. Edwards, Fireman
Lynn Hall was shoppingIn
lat Class of Camp Endicott R-
: THEVICTORY Palatka Thursday' last I., returned to damp Friday aftera
r week. nine-day furlough with his parents THESE THINGS AWAIT YOU NEW; MEN
James Plckren, U. S. Navy,, *
Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Ed-
stationed at Lake City, was
wards. Before leaving for duty
home for the weekend.Pvt. he bought 1,600 worth of Bonds.
) HOTEL and Mrs. S. D. Goodman OF THE LR.T.C
son-in-law and daughter of Mrs.J. I Mrs. Z. W, Hamilton and chil- ,

J. Plckren, left Wednesdayof dren, James and Thomas, of Pal- .
,; Fort Ord Calif., metto and Mrs. Martha Linde-
last week for ,

1 WISHES TO EXTEND where. Pvt.and Mrs.Goodman K. B.Is Wattersonwere stationed.Mr. end myer with of Parrlsh relatives.spent the week At Starke's Most Popular 'RestaurantrRANK'S

'. birthday dinner guests of Sgt. Ovid Lewis of MississippiIs

t. A MOST CORDIAL WELCOMEt Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Martin of home for a few days.

Starke Sunday. Mr. and Mra. W. H. Hinton
t Miss Virginia Lou Plckren and son, Bobble, of Gainesville

\ spent the week-end in Jacksonville were Sunday g u est a of Earle

t +k." ';\ visiting friends and shop- Green and family. ,

ping. Mrs. Rosa Pinholster, Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Andersonand Mary Thomas and' Mrs. T. W.

;" GEN. FALES AND HIS STAFF: family of Starke were guests Markey were In Starke Friday
"' of :Mr. and Mrs. O. P. Wadsworth afternoon. ?

t tI' Sunday. Mra. .Rosa Pinholster spent, the .. I
Mr. and ,Mrs. Jake Holly and
with Mr. and Mrs. M.
week-end :
\\1 .', Bob and Jenks, spent the INEOOD.
., sons .
F. Wiggins at New River. ..
',; .L. ._ week-end with relatives at Perry. F
Miss Iva Mae Lewis, Mr. and .
.. and Foley.
;, Mr. and Mrs. B. Cohen of Mrs. Johnnie. Douglas, Truby Pin- : \ "
Miss Lubedla Pinholster, ;" '
holster .
r" WHEN IN STARKE Starke were Saturday night : < Mrs. T. W. Markey and Mrs. '
of Mrs. Cohen's parents,
guests ."
Mr and Mrs. W. L. Andrews. Rosa Pinholster attended churchin I ',' Y t. .
'I VISIT WITH US AT OUR Mrs. Olen Bedenbaugh and ;New River Sunday. J Jt "' r" !
Archie Ell nd of Jacksonville Friends of Doyle Hazen will ,
spent the week-end with their regret to hear that he was '.;' '',-"
NEW & MODERN HOTEL parents, Mr. and :Mra. L. D.' El- thrown from his horse Tuesday t. ,;ilia .
...... .
< < afternoon .andauffered frac- I .
land. a .
'.. -, ." !\ .._ .. ,JI., '"' ( [ ..... \.. ': '
l 1";
'" I P.' ... 1>lr.. W,- L. Andrewsland Mrs. tured.Iegu Doyle: vill.Je '.placed. .- .- : -. .
V", :-"- -a '.0."'_. Jof T. 'U.-Chastaln were"Shopping in In a cast for"several weeks. .
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'K: Gainesville Tuesday.
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By Minnie Lou Hazcn


S )rr. and Mrs. N. G. Hayes, Sr.,
entertained Sunday with a birth- WELCOMETO

GENERAL FALES day dinner honoring Mrs. George
Keen of Gainesville C. B. Hayesof
Lake Butler, and N. G. Hayes
Jr. of Brooker. Dinner was servo

:i AND ed out-doors under the large STARKE AND CAMP
I ,. oaks surrou n din" the' Hayes BLANDING
home. After dinner, pictures were

,. I ,! \ taken and games were played,
"' and a lovely time was reportedby
STAFF OF 'i\.l"\; .
THE all. Those enjoying this affair -

..,' ",".". ,'" '" with Mr. and Mrs. Hayes General Fales And
were: W. H. Hayes of Gainesville, The Officers! And Men
C. Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Hayes and j.. ,

I. R. T. .: ',.: daughter, Betty, of Starke, Mr. ..

..-,.1.. and ,Mrs.Mrs.George Edna. Keen Hayes of and Gainesville chil-- '': :>: Of The Infantry Replacement Training Center '

.. ,'f. g' .'.,'.;'' ". ''h. ". .; !if I dren of Brooker, Mr. and Mrs., : .

'ti .', ..."I, i:. "J '.Jf' oJ,' M. S. Hayes ot Gainesville, Mr. .J,I c ., ,' '" ; a
". 9' I"" >:" and Mrs. C. B. Hayes and children .; :
< \*. .; ;Vy : of Lake Butler, Pvt. and ,

I IoJ r Mrs. Cleatus Ward of"Lake But c ,
ler, Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Bethea,

; Sr., and granddaughter, Bettye ,

;:, W CCLuE.. of Bethea Gainesville of LaCrosse and, Mr.Miss Douglas Wilda : -;, Our State-wide facilities as one of they .

I Hayes of Tallahassee. '
: ,. ,. .
'. REALTOR SHERRILL : :" thirteen .
.. 6 members of the Florida National 1 ".
Mr., and Mrs. E. J. Hazen an- .
( nounce the arrival of a baby boy, :\, f:: '
: '
t. Richard Sberrlll. Thursday, Sept. '' ,
: *.' Group with combined resources in excess'of .'.--:' '.
: 30. at the Wbltlock Hospital in (f'; .. ;... ,
t High Springs. Mother and baby ., ,, .. :

WE WISH TO EXTENDA doing nicely. '.' ) : :..... One Hundred and Ninety Million Dol:: ;

: ..
f P. T. A. held Its monthly ..' .

*' meeting In' the school auditorium lars are always at your service. .
r Wednesday Sept. 29. With the .

president Mrs. Lee Crosby, pre- ,
siding. Plans) for a Hallowe'en '
.. .. '
WARM. WELCOMETO were Carnival discussed.and 'making of a quilt I 't' ..

h. ,
Miss Frances Tilghman enter- .
I tained the Girl Scout with a .

BRIG. GEN. EUGENE FALES picnic hiking for Friday a while afternoon., a picnic lunchof After FLORIDA BANK:

v, ... f onade sandwiches was served.The, cookies and scouts lem- at STARKE:

.. meet each Friday at 5 o'clock. !
AND THE ENTIRE. STAFF. There are nine members now.

Mr. and ),(r... Bill Harris and Starke, Florida

OF THE I. R. T. C. children. Edith. Helen and Rus- .
ell., were In Hawthorne business Member;Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation

Sunday.Mrs. ''Member Florida "
W. O. Strayhorn and. Group 1' .
W ; '
F daughters Nancy Jo and Mary ,
Lynn of Wildwood were guests '. .'
of relative last week. .,' f1"j r" .
: :
: : VICTORY MILITARY SUPPLY Mr. and Mrs. James Cason and "IV' *r. ."' ,',., .,,;.f. it"' ,. .
I son. Jimmy, were In Gainesville .,y ..' .-'
I Wednesday. Little Jackie Cason 1 "
I wbo has been visiting relatives''' /' BANKING HOURS 9:00 "' *' / .
129 W. Call St. I in Gainesville, accompanied them -. : A M. TO 2:00 P. M/ "
Starlce, Florida )(r. and Mrs. Fisher of Lake
Butler were visiting Mrs. Ralph
Hazes and family Sunday. Mrs.
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:Kelly Sunday afternoon. attended a birthday din transferred from Bainbridge, Md., and Mrs. David Skolink spent .1
BROOK FARM Mr. and Mm. W. R. Hal lop, Florida State Farm .NewsBy. j ner Sunday at the home of Mr. to Norfolk, Va. several days in Jacksonville last I J
,tJ'lul' Cr.wfov.1 Mrs. W. C. Ward :Mrs. Inez and Mrs. D. Williams.,, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Bouvier week attending the Jewish boll- i ;

m" R. Malslop., Kelly and granddaughter, Elolao, E. R. liouvler Pvt. Jerome Kastham, Jr., stationed were week-end guests of Mr. and day services.
d )[r9. W attended the birthday dinner ir their home Thursday.J. at Winter Garden, was the Mrs. C. A. McRae at McIntosh. Mrs. Reese Bradley of Jacksonville .
Kelly and :Mrs. W. C. honor of Ned Wainwright in LUNCHEON: G. 'Cald'.rell and daughters, week-end guest of his parents, Supt. L. F. Chapman Dr. J. M. was the week-end guest of i
L In Lake City Tues. Lake Butler Sunday. Mrs. C. M. Turney entertainedat Peggy and Francis, spent the Mr. and ,Mrs.' Jerome C. Bast- Hembree and business J. 0.trip'to Godwin Belle are! her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. ,
Mills Kelly Lester O'Berrji a luncheon Thursday. Her week-end with Mr. and Mrs.'J. C. ham, who have recently movedto making a
guests were the executive Boardof Caldwell at Ocklawaha. Glade. Hundley. \ .
Crosby and littleWNhgher and Mr. Cook of Lake Butler the Farm.
'illlam the Community Club. Besides J. L. Robinson and H. K. Tyus J. L. Williams haa'returned
were guests of : ,
are spendingyepbYthilla Mr. and Mrs. J Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Randall I
father, J1* N, Kelly Saturday night. the officers, the Board Includes have returned from a combined who were called to Fernandlna from a ten-day visit with his son II I
chairmen of the various commit business and pleasure trip to and daughter.In-law, Mr. and
Those from this section attending Friday because of the sudden Ninety-el; cents eat e-f,
tees who this will be Mrs. Chattahoochee. Mrs. J. Durwood Williams, in' !
year : j
and daughter, the auction sale In death of Mr. Randall's sister, Mrs. very dollar geed for Warexpenditures.
Ward J. G. Caldwell, civics; Mrs. H. K. Mr. and Mr. C. M. Turney I Tuesday, Pensacola.Mrs. ,
Gainesville Mlnnle,CollIns.
Monday were Mr. and returned
nd Kirby Thomas spent Tyus, sewing; Mrs. C. M. Roberts spent the week-end In Jackson : accompanied by their daughter, H. L. Parker has returned The ether four t
Mrs. Kirby Crews and son, Har
rend "In Cresson Ga"alive rell Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Halslopand House; Mrs. D. Skolink. FI- ville as guests of their childrenand I Mrs. W, W. Fish, and daughters. from a months' visit with her rents goes for
*. son, Fred and Mr. and Mrs nance; Mrs. T. M. Connor, Social;' attending their' home church. :. Sandra, and Judith, of Jackson. sister Mrs., W. H. Dyne, in Day-. Governmentexpenses 0 .\..
Mr*. W. R. Halslorf, Mrs. J. M. Bradley, Flowers; Mrs. Cpl. Curtis Malone has been tona. 1.S "as i !
d Ward Mrs. Inez Rodman Reddish. .T. A. Bouvier, Welfare and Mem transferred to Cherry Point N. ville.Mrs. Mr. '..Jiti Mrs. B. tlershfleM r...Frttdom's Salt n.u i."
C. and Mrs. i
J. L.
Mrs. Arle Brown and
Mrs. Alton Dobbs son Raymond bership. C. Mrs. Malone has concluded a I _
.and were visiting her. sister, H. L. Parkea were overnight --- -- .
Eloise aturchln visit of several weeks with her
e daughter.I :Jacksonvilled Mrs. Lizzie McKinney, Sunday.THERESSA Mrs. L. P. Chapman and Mrs. parents-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. W.I guests of Mr. and Mrs. Robert :
M. E. Griner 'of the Farm. Mrs. E. Malone and with her little. Robinson In Jacksonville Monday.Mr. .
Kelly Hal Malnes and Miss Nettle Fowler son. 'Curtis Jr., returned Friday: and Mrs. C. M.\. Robert. are WELCOME I
d Mrs Warren of Lake Butler, i Gainesville
AId By Mine Ida Hatpin representedUnion to the home of her parents, Mr. visiting relatives In
Annie -
ren and Mrs. County at the quarterly and Mrs. J. C. Morrison I at Since his recent visit home, i
children of Pine Level Mr. and Mrs. Pete Roberts and meeting of the North East Division Sopchoppy. Seaman Ralph Dudley has been + '
ung Mr. and Mrs. J. N. family spent Saturday night with of Fla. Camp and Hospital Herbert Crews and L. R. Griffin BRIG. GEN. FALES
Service Council of the Red Cross;
relatives at Lake City. both recently Inducted into
Willis Swindell of Jacksonville held at Camp Blanding on Sept. the Navy, are beginning their I
[WELCOME! spent the week-end with I his 28.Mr. training at Pensacola.Mrs. VETERAN'S
and Mrs. Robert Corbitt AND STAFF
mother, Mrs. S. R. Swindell. W,* E. Dudley and Mrs.P. .
and son, Bobby, of Jacksonvillewere
Mrs. R. C. Dampier and son, S. Crews are both on the sick J411' \
Fales dinner guests of Mr. andMrs. .
Gen. Billie, spent the week-end w'ith list this week. .. .
J. L. Robinson, Friday. LOCKER CLUB ""'"
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Zeigler. Cpl. Bernard Williams was a Mlrs. :J. A. Bouvier has returned F
& Mrs. J. P. Dickinson and Mrs. week-end guest of his sister, Mrs.L. from a months' visit with her .. e .' "\ ..
W. D. Garrett were visiting in A. Shepherd. He Is noW_stationed children M. A. and J. A. Bou .:(11' '
be I. R. T. C. :Jacksonville .Sunday. at the Jacksonville Base vler. In Miami.R. WelcomesGen. WHEN IN STARKE MAKE : t' .
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Loper and Hospital. H. Markham is visiting his i rCARPENTER'S ".
son, Bobble, are visiting relatives Seaman 2nd Class Dennis sister, Mrs. Lillian Johnson in .'
here this week. Fancher and Mrs. Fancher,> after Dunnellon.W. .. Fales And YOUR : :
WE HOPE AND Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Zeigler, and spending a ten-day furlough with E. Malone has .returned '1 1:. *
Mrs. R. C. Dampier and son, their parents, Mr.\ and Mrs. P. D. from a visit to Live, Oak. \
BIllie, were visiting relatives in Fancher, will return to Norfolk, Ceo. Johnson (M. P.) brotherof HEADQUARTERS,1, ,
|TRUST THAT Waldo Sunday. Va., for another assignment,early Mrs. W. E..,. Dudley, who has His Entire
Mrs. :Mildred Burke is spending next week. been in North Africa for a year, :
IT WILL BE the: week-end with her husband Word has been received that Is back In the states, a patient IJJ. I : t
In Jacksonville. Capt. Martin E. Griner Is now lathe Long Island Military Hos Staff To St&rke 'J : .
| PLEASURE '' Mr.- and Mrs. -Jordan and children stationed somewhere In Australia.' pital.Mrs. If
)UR of Hill Crest spent Wednesday ,Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Overstreetand Sidney Lang and daughter '.11
here with relatives. children,.Billy and.Mary Lee, Jean, of Palm Beach, were And CARPENTER'SThe :
i SERVE YOU I Mrs. Little Hall, Mrs. W. D. of Macclenny were week-end overnight guests of Mr. and Mrs.J. 4.
,Garrett and :Mrs. Bill Hall and guests of Mr. and Mrs. Claude L. Robinson Tuesday.J. .
| STARKES daughter, Emma J e an spent Johns. M. Bradley was a week-end '. \
IN Wednesday in Starke. Miss Frankie Humphries and guests of Mr. and Mrs. Vance Camp Blanding Rexall Store .:: :
Mrs. Albert Sullivan left last brother, Wayne, of Johnstown, Geiger in Jacksonville. [
MOST MODERN week for Miami where she 'intends Tenn., who have been visitingMr. Mr. and Mrs. Ivan William. '.,' .'
to spend'the winter.J. and Mrs. J. R. Kite, left for and children Joe Joyce and ":'\\I.. tI' t\
IND UP-TO-DATE J. Zeigler has returned after ,
spending two weeks in Jackson.I !) !' I1
ville" where he has been under .',,,', .
[ FOOD STORE his ,
the doctor's care. During. \1<
stay In Jacksonville he was the ) : '
guest of his son, W. T. Zeigler, ,
and family. I A Coke ; 'Jj :.

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Trading BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH Home of theBecreation \ .1 1.1I I

Center Swe test Strawberries

This Side of Heaven I

or camp Blanding. Official County Publication Eslabllshed In 1811.


LL'ade ,tISTY FIYE srAKKE. FLORIDA. FRIDAY 01'001 8. 1943

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lurches Planew Bradford Exceeds Quota Reaches $206,671Awarded Scrap Drive t I ?

To Be Resumed I,

Survey Wings Final Spurt I They Helped Put Drive Over New Council .

Dyer Says

Community Puts Loan Drive Is OrganizedThe

I I Bradford County Is again to
I Plans for a participate in a national drive to ,
Irfous survey of Starke were I1 I1ek Over The Top installation of two new collect every piece of scrap metal. 'I (

lulated at a meeting of the members of the City Council and tin cans fats,. and rubber .that T

laterlal Alliance held at the the reorganization of that body can possibly) be gotten together. I

,. Pastorlum Monday at With a whirlwind finish Bradford Tuesday night left H. A Bishop according to a. statement yesterday I
.tilt 'County went over the top last year's chairman, still occupying by I.. T. Dyer chairman of :
[call of the Rev. G. C. Powell In the Third War Loan Drive that high seat The new the County Salvage Committee.

Ldent of the organization.e Investing 206671.00 I nWar members' Installed were W. E. "This county made a fine show-

local ministers have found Bonds during the month of Sep Torode, Jr., and W. 110[. Edwards Ing last fall and again last spring

it these periodical surveys, tember, on a quota of $$197,422. This is the first term for Mrs\ !in the collection of scrap. and wit

|ig these times when Starke The national quota of 15 billion 1 1e Torode, while Mr. Edwards was want to do another good job of

[become a "city of transients":, was oversubscribed b y several e 'o formerly on the Council for nine It this time," Mr. Dyer said

L been very helpful ,"In flndI billion dollars. L years The national scrap; drive' extends '.

I church people wh for varl-! t Much of the credit' for putting Charles Darby, local merchant from. October 1 to Novem'I'I

I reasons have not found the Bradford County over the was sworn In as Mayor of Starke her IS, and In. this period every

j-rti" Many people have just top goes to hard-working committees and flouts V. Knight was appointed person in the county should 'contribute -'

Led\ in and are waiting for a in the surrounding towns' City. Attorney. P. M: ,something' to this collectton. -', ',

anal contact, a spokesman and to the enthusiastic work of'' Y I Barefoot was re-appointed on,. the All this scrap is badly

I the Ministerial Alliance stat- school children. Hampton ex- I Bond Trustees.! R. C. Buford. needed. by the Government In the

ceeded ltd quota of $10,000 by I was reappotnted Fire Chief, ando I prosecution of the. war effort ;
Pictured (from left to right) at the Bond premiere show at the
For purposes of the survey, Investing 10312.50 In Bonds. Ona : C. Geiger was retained as head and everyone should be willing "' [
; Park Theatre Thursday night of last week are: W. M. Edwards, of the collection. to do his bit. '
I town has been divided into John Arthur Torode, 22yearold quota of $15,000, 'Brooker contributed .
sections and the job will reIre $8.176.25, while Law chairman of the drive and the following postofflce employee who There was no change' in the It is expected that the schools I

60 workers from the varl- son of Mrs. Pauline Torodeof tey, with a quota of $20,000., Invested sold bonds at booths In the lobby: Barney E. McRae Mrs. J. L. police force, Ben 'C. Holazendorfstill will collect scrap as they did' .

t churches 20' from' the Starke, received the silver $5,275 in Bonds. Direct Anderson,. John H., Powell, Mrs. S. L. Peek and Jack Halle. assisting Chief A. L. Alvarez last 'year and sell it to dealers; for .

thodlst, 20 from the Baptist, wings of a flying officer and his purchases by teachers and stu- -Photo by Sgt. P. J. Ruby. during the day, and W. E. Thorn- the benefit of the,schools. While

1 from the Presbyterian ,and commission as a 2nd ,LieutenantIn dents at BUS totaled $3,395 and ton. Fred Sapp and Mack Morgan the dealers are ready to accept .

from the Episcopal. Two the Army Air Forces on Fri- students were responsible for being night officers.J. scrap when !It Is brought to them. i

rkers should cover each sec- day, Oct. 1. He was a memberof jelling many thousands more.A Nursery School Jacobs' Store they cannot afford to go to every \?

the 18th class of aviation ca- final boost to the drive M. Brownlee farm for small amounts therefore -- I
dets Co graduate from the ,Ad- which to be twc each is expected to
It Is hoped that all citizens appeared lagging person
| our community will see the vanced Twin-Engine Army Flying lays before the deadline, came. Plans HaltedThe HandsMrs. Prominent Citizen, get his to ,school. or ,to a Junk t ,

Importance of this surveywill School, Columbus Army Air at the Bond premiere show at Changes Died MondayJames dealer, i

give their willing co-< Field, Columbus, Miss. Lt I the Park Theatre Thursday nightof As for tin cans, Mr. Dyer says, t d!

ration," Mr. Powell stated. Torode Is now spending with his a mother 10-day last week, when $6,000 worthof County Board of Public Instruction .B Jacobs who, with her Milton Brownlee 60, died this collection should be made in

ter the survey is taken there before furlough leaving here for his new bonds were sold. definitely decided Mon- late husband, opened Jacobs Store Monday night at his home.near, every home. The cans are to be //1 I

1; be a follow-up 0 f several assignment at Harvard University Much of the success of the day that n o Lanham Nursery 10 years ago, sold out Mondayto Starke after a lengthy Illness.A cleaned, and mashed,' and placedIn

nthJ emphasis on a member- He entered pilot trainingIn drive is credited also to membersof School for 2 to 6-year-old children Max Goldman, of New York successful strawberry grower boxes or tied so that they maybe 1.
p and church' attendance. cam- Oct. 1943 and attended flying the Rotary Club ,who canvas- of employed mothers wouldbe City. Mr, Goldman, here several and produce shipper, he was for handled 'They are to be I
'6n. sed the business district under thl. week Bradford carried to the schools, also.The',
schools at Albany Ga., and Court- established In Starke or Brad- days returned to New many years a County
,'It Is with great expectancy 'land, Ala. 'before' going to Col-' the direction of Jos. E. Wilson.' ford County at this time. This York yesterday where he has Commissioner, was active in civic fats and greases, he says, shouldbe I
t he churches of'Starke look umbus. W M. Edwards, county chair- decision on the part of county been In the mercantile business affairs, and for years was a placed, In clean tin buckets ,or '

o i the coming' activities of the man of the drive, has expressed Superintendent W. E Middleton for, 28 years. deacon In the First Baptist cans and carried to the nearest 'II

ey' and the church attendancep his' appreciation to everyone who and the Board will come aa a Mr. Goldman's son, Pfc. Her Church. meat market where it will be I

a I g n," :Mr. Powell said. Conway Visits contributed In any way to put- shock. to the few working moth- bert G. Goldman, who spent five Born 'In Sparta Miss., Oct, 12, paid for. '

eD i the workers come to your Injuted Brother ting Bradford. County over. the ers who" were 'anxious to have months at Camp Blending with 1883. the- son of James L. Brown '"Let's everyone get into this ;

all the courtesy and\co- top. such a desirable place to leave the 66th Division, was. really responsible lee '''and'II.IIMetb'1ool'an!: Brown- scrap ,drive, and 'put Bradford \, i
ntlon you can give,them will Mr. and :Mrs* Lacy Conway their young 'children while they for.'hJ8! purchasing the lee, he came, te>.FlorUlrflU\ his county over. the top ottce"fcadre.); '

jpeatly appreciated,,.- I returned Monday 'afternoon froma LL.BIock. ; : ost...._ -.-.R.... wI9..AWi41.stWOtky: ,,, a,} LtteSuJiA'aJ4, ..Th 4rtaas. visited .par ts> -'.p! Ss" dttfW ToeeC:* MID f"i"\' ,. '' 1 e 1
|lfln1s( r s atteading-'i,the ,meet; 4-day trip 'to'.Jacksott;' MUST To Cadre' Men However tt er1t oard considered his son' her,. several 'times* and prominent citizen, Vof/..-Bradford ,, '.. I /

: were the ReV.' G. C. Powell where they went to visit Mr. the cost prohibitive for Starke the boy asked him to buy Mrs. County for many 'yisrrsjyMr. WSCS Circles '

Rev. A. E. Lightfoot, thev. Conway's brother Pfc.; Joseph A. A group of Cadre men and since the local sponsors were required Jacobs' store. .. Brownlee .to survived by ; I'"
who was injured in the Mrs Jay Mandell. of Long Met Monday "
\ Fred Yerkes, the Rev. Chas, Conway their wives from the 191st In- to share on a 50-50/ basis his wife. ,Mrs. :MaudflUgMeks .
Allen and Henry Havens, Tunisian campaign in North Africa the of school. The Island is manager and' her" husband "';
fantry Battalion Camp Blanding, I expense the Brownlee;. two sons Captor, ,W. Mrs. E. S.; Matthews 'was hostess f
truck and will her
when French ran daughter join
| itor. a I estimated cost for
were delightfully entertained Fri- $Ito operate Brownlee, Camp Bland Ing, and to Circle One of the Woman'sSociety \
Into in which he was riding Iln Starke a little later,
a jeep day night, October 1,. from 8:30: only 10 months ,was $16,819. Of Capt. John M. Brownlee, who Is of Christian Service of i
The) .Jeep was turned over that:"; amount the Government Mrs. Jacobs will remain In the ,
be Bessent to 11 o'clock at a party and i appropriated with the armed forces In" Sicily
the Methodist : on
and skidded CO feet or more store for a few weeks, helpingthe .
dance arranged by Lt., Irvin $9.183, which left a on. daughter, Mrs. Earl H.
I II ( afternoon The Matthews home
eriously Hurt while turned upside down, Mr. new owners get acquaintedwith
balance of' $7,634 to be raised I
Block. The,ballroom of the USO- Johnson Starke; his mother, Mrs. decorated with ,ill
attractively :
said. His brother Is in her customers. She asked was
Conway from fees. f
YMCA was used for' the occasionand Elizabeth Logan Brownlee, Starke .p. !
v. A. Bessent, Jr.,. is gradually the Foster General Hospital. I the Telegraph to express her ; roles, zinnias and marigold. ': ,
music was furnished by Hitherto the .services of the one brother Hugh t. BroweUee,
in bowls and
ta arranged
proving after a serious spinal born thanks to the people of Starkefor u fully
Pfc. Joseph Conway was Sammy Baum and his Modernists. WPA nursery school ,.were given Starke; and one sister Mrs A. V.
sustained about 4 0'- their kindness during the past vases.
and reared in Starke and has I Assisting Lt. Block With arrangements free to most patrons. At- the Long Gainesville
k Sunday afternoon, Sept., 26, been in the U. B. Army 19 years. 16 years, and to say that. she Is The circle' leader. Mrs. T. A. i
were Cpl. Jack beginning' when;;, the .urvey"was
lIe playing with his Starke. This Is her Funeral services were held devotional. using'
children not leaving Hunt, the ,
He has been out of the United Wil- gave
Woods, Cpl. Rothman Cpl. made and 60 parents signed up
tha Keystone Heights play- for and four home, and she expects to remain Wednesday afternoon at 3:30: the meditation on "Mary of Beth
States a year liam C Schadler, and Sgt. Williams. for their m30'for ,white '
od. Although Dr. W, C. months and his last visit to here. o'clock In' the First Baptist any" from the Methodist Woman. .. t
and 30 for school moat
negro -
3maa. who Is his physician 18 months Church conducted by the Rev. Mrs.\ A. Wood conducted the business !,
lie he is at the Alachua Starke was he about received a serious ago. At one end of the room a large of the signers 'were under the Cemetery WorkPolice A. E. Llghtfoot pastor, assistedby session and at this. time'an '
Although buffet table was laid with a Impression that these services the Rev. L. A. Interment '
Dty Hospital at Gainesville, he doesn't want to Shepherd. offering of $9.10 was made for
led that Mr. Bessent would beable head injury, variety of food and refreshments. were free In the Lanham school was in the family plot, .
out of the Mr. Con- Officer Ben C. Holtzen- work at the parsonage. Taking 1
army notices '
get also. Later, concerning
Mrs. A. F. Sauls,
to do work for a Serving were in Crosby Lake Cemetery, under the prografa were Mrs. i
any said, and is not going to the dorf, who has been raising money part ,en
way and Mrs. school were ,inserted In the
ar. Miss Louise Snyder the direction of DeWItt C. Jones.
yet, according to reports and overseeing the job of cleanIng 1. D. Vlnlng, who told of emergency -
request a discharge.; and Telegraph In two I different Issues,
ID Mrs Bessent and from the Virgil Sturgill. Table games and keeping clean the Crosby Active pall bearers were deacons needs in China; and Mrs. A. s
"Pltal, he dancing were enjoyed during the and only four responses were re- of the Baptist Church: J. F. !
is doing as well asold Lake Cemetery reports that the Wood whose subject was "Build .
be expected under the clr- Ration Book'No. 4 evening, which was climaxed bya ceived. The School Board decided work is a little more than half Klckllter, R. A. Newsome, E. ing the Poet War World'"; by r. ';
imstances. Conga chain led by Lt. Block. therefore. \that the School and. the Lennon, A.* J. Th 0 alas, L. G. Madam Kai Shek.
completed incidentally, Chiang
Ration book No. 4 will come list included Cpl. and would not be self-supporting, andpassed '
Guest Powell, S. 'li:. Sparks and P. M. f
The accident is about exhausted. Those I
occurred when money hostess served tempting
between Oct, 20 resolutions The
out some time Mrs. Ernest. Gilmer, Cpl. and Mrs. appropriate rejecting Barefoot. bear-
Honorary pall
r. Bessent was trying to show chief clerkIn who have seen the) wonderful refreshments! of hot chocolate
and SO. W. L. Blair, Charles Giacobone, Pvt. and Mrs. the Government, appropri- ers Included a large number of
children how to theW transformation being made there sandwiches and cookies.: N I!
Board an-
the local Rationing and Mrs? Ber ation ,with
Jack Woods, Sgt. must that Mr. Holtzendorfis prominent cUI.( e n 8 of Starke,
out at the playground. He urged agree Circle TwoMrs.
nounced yesterday. Die Bunoskl, Sgt. and Mrs. Black- t
Lawtey and Gainesville.
e was not satisfied ,with they the right man In the right
, everybody to remember the date. more, Cpl. and Mrs. Robert At The Tabernacle Eugene L. Matthews andMrs. .
they were sliding down It- the place, and should help him out
It will be handled through Woods, Cpl. and Mrs. Guy G. Junius M. Smith entertained

11I- rrs. Bessent said. And to the process will be short "Every- Sgt. and Mrs. Williams, Pvt. and Atlanta, secretary, to the American good work. former where goldenrod, 81J1- .
!( Postmaster Fred F. Stump re-
aomtrate Just how It should be body must register". Mr. Blair Mrs. James F. Thompson, Sgt Mission to Lepers Movementfor I nine and roses were u.ed'for "
"M, "mlnds that next
' he went to the top of the said. :More' detailed announce- and Mrs R. W. Swenson Sgt. the Southeastern District, Lawtey MethodistSunday everyone Friday, decorating the. rooms of. the ,
Mr Oct. IS: is the last day for maltIng -
high slide folded his arms ment will be made later. and Mis. J. I. Varlas. will be at the Tabernacle Friday lower floor. .
'd started School 10 A. bL'MornIng packages to soldiers overseas -
down. He gained evening, October: .8th. at eight with '
The meeting was opened
aentUm\ Worship 11 o'clock, subject in time' to reach them by
rapidly and landed one
o'clock. And .as Miss Armstrong
ground on his back-on a Legion To MeetThe Recital SundayAt has been a. missionary In Africa, "The Woman and Her Memorial", Christmas. A little more, time I III a spiritual life lesson by followed
:e of dirt Evening Worship 8 P. M., subject allowed for mailing to sailors, he W. White; and was
about two
feet high Jones-Langford-Whlte Postof USONCCSMrs. a country which 'Is so much In Mrs: L. D.
by regular program.
blch' said.
had "How Reconcile the Inequalities
been "kicked up" by the American Legion will hold i the public mind at the present Green reviewed a n article on
ode a, who had been using the its regular monthly meeting Agnes Simmons, soprano time the meeting, Is being, antic- of Llfe'-Herbert .Hazzard, pastor "Harlem Hostel-The Paul Dun- : t

I No Tuesday 'night, Oct. 12. at 8 will be heard. In recital Sunday' ipated with special Interest. ; Jr. Woman's Club bar Apartments" in Now York :

one realized that his back o'clock. All 1944 membershipcards afternoon, Oct.. 10. at 4 o'clock. Other speakers' are being,booked : City which was taken from The '
actually broken'or' the Judge and Mrs E. K. Perry- The Junior Woman's Club will
that he recreation room o.I
are due and payable. In the at..the Tabernacle and,a'.ea- World Outlook! "Japan Buys .
hurt wife of man returned Monday from have Its regular monthly meeting
as is the
badly as he really USO-NCCS. She
son of Spiritual refreshing is In Bibles" was 'read by Mrs' W. O.
u' A man nearby drove Mr. Simmons U. S. Army, Miami where they visited their Wednesday, Oct. 13, at 8 P. M.
Major store for all who, attend these, Lee, "Methodtam and'a 20th' Century -
"*Ws car to where he was," Ladies AuxiliaryThe formerly of Texas, and now residing meetings. son, Comer Ferryman who Is Hostesses will be Mr*. Wm. H. Crusade" was read by' Miss ?
t he climbed In unaided. Mrs. in Gainesville. stationed at a flying field. near Thomson, Jr., cha t r m a n, Miss
regular monthly business The children are finding' the Kate Struth; and "Refugee'' Students -
'went the
Marie Miss LouiseIsom.
drove the car: td Starke, occasion Mrs. Simmons Register and t
t Mr. Bessent meeting of the Presbyterian For this Wednesdefy afternoon meetings Mrs. Henry Bauman formerly in China" was read by Mrs.
managed to held In has chosen a varied program Saul 11'
Vk* Ladies Auxiliary will ,be more and more interesting, and A. V.
and ; Mrs Julia S. Kimball of Glenn
make his into semiclassical
house way the Church annex Tuesday afternoon of classical and the attendance is Increasing. 'I :Mrs. W. E. Middleton presided 9
alone. last here
Md. week
will be Dale spent
numbers, and she Mr. and, Mrs. Ezra Lennon
o'clock. ,
"e Oct. 12, at,3:30: over the business session and
was taken in an ambulance the by :Mrs.L. with hfr' sister Mrs. R. R. Pre- who
the accompanied at piano Mrs. Bertha Pearce had as' have two son In the Navy, this time arrangements ,were
hospital vatt and brother L. V Moore.F. .
at 2 P. M. Mon- 1 ,
y where Lt. Marlon (Buckshot) Williams A. Canova. week-end guests her daughters' are fortunate in 'having both of made for putting flowers !In the
Peterson returned
O. Friday
;d the Doctor an X-ray was made arrived Saturday to spend All residents of Starke are Invited :Mrs. E. K.; Smyth of Phoenix, i from two and a half monthsspent them at home at the ,same time. church during October. Mrs J. I

Oe was reported that the a 10-day furlough with his par- as! well as members of the Arts., and Miss Annie Mae. Pearceof I the north middlewest Luther J. Lennon W. T. 2-C :M. Smith talked on the need of
touring ,
t, after crushed".. The 'lan Is ents. Mr. and Mrs. T. S. Wil- armed forces and their wives. Jacksonville,' and, her son-in- and west. He sometime who is serving aboard the U. S. workers In the Red Cross pro-
' he spends 10 days In spent S. Must, and Charles D. Lennon, I
by daughter Lt. and Mrs.
'e liams. He was accompanied law and : !in New York City Niagara duction room, and the following :
* be hospital taken at to GainesVule. he his'wife and his sister, Mrs. O. H. Mrs Evelyn A. Cowdrey, clerkIn C. L. Hill of Columbus, Ga. Mrs. I Falls and Canada. Then on out A. M. 'M2C, who is stationedat were appointed a a a planning I

"Pital where a Jacksonville Aspinwall. Lt. Williams recently the local Post Office, returnedto Smyth wife of Major Smyth, I Into Wisconsin and Minnesota attending the U. S. Naval Air Station, committee:. Miss Kate Struth.

cast. he will be placed from the advanced her work Saturday after an will be In Starke for an IndefinIte a "family reunion" of the Banana River are enjoying their Mrs. I*. D. Green and Mrs Hogan .

:OUght home He, may, then be flying school. at Marianna. absence of three months spent period since her husband's Peterson family at his old home leave together. Smith. Mrs. Hogan Smith and l

11I&111 In the but cast will for have about to Harley Strong Jr., who grad- In Philadelphia Pa., and !in Lake plans at present are unstable. In Cambridge. Minn. He also Mrs. G. W. Alderman returned Miss Kate Struth Invited the I.

ea months, it uated from the Georgia Military. Worth. :Mr. and Mrs. 0. L. Beasley visited In California, Washingtonstate home Monday from an extended circle to meet with them In the J"
was said* Academy last May, has Joinedthe Vollis. F. Manning, former and :Mrs. J. W. Kincaid pent 'and Intervening points. trip with. her ,daughter Mrs. S. Church School building In No-

D. Seabees and is now In trainIng Starke-police officer, who has the' week-end In Tampa with Mr. While'' up In Canada he visitedhis P. Vandiviere. They went to vember. ",I

C. To Meet at Camp Peary. Va. been special agent for the Sea And Mrs. A. ,C. Durden and .Mrs. son James, who was In a Gulfport. Miss., to see Pit n e r The hostesses served a frozen ,,

W a month WIth board Railway Co., at Jacksonville C. C. Hoppe. radio outfit with the American Vandiviere, who has been ill but fruit salad course with hot tea.

" D" C, T. Weeks Chapter After spending. Macon Ga.. Miss Edith for'the past four months Mrs Walter R. Lott has returned Army in Canada. James was Is now making a good 'recovery. As a welcome guest the,'circle
will meet Monday friends in the job with returned to Stark Friday morn- home after spending sometime discharged the first of August From Gulfport they went to St. had as visitor. Mrs. Bruce V. Arnold -

'!fUe or on. at 330: o'clock at ..theMrs Coleman U back on and :Mr. Ing. He bad to do some repair in Georgia with relatives. and is now here in the dairy Louis Mo., where 1&.... Vandi from California whose hus-

he Stale L F. Chapman at her brother-in-law Harry aa t.tteern, at work on his ,home and attend to While away she underwent an business with his father. Ho was viere entered, training for an band Is stationed. J'at Camp Blan .) '
Hostesses. : Mrs. and Mrs. In Atlanta Nurse
man -- other business matters. operation an hospital. In the army 11 month Army ding-
and ",. R. H. Cox Ann Sc Harry's. '. i


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written contract with the City of Roebuck RFD Gainesville Flor. ..Ia. (cTh following p.nona whose I Sate of America In connectionwith 7 South Rang
Ktarke' Florida. In accordance with Ida: Ivey I* T.. Clerk of Circuit addressee are unknown If living, the establishment of an air tYI .Florida tt phsEus C.
The Bradford County TelegrephKxtabllnhiHl [ the accepted bid and give a performance Court Clay County Florida Clay and If deceased. their unknown coma station and for related mill. n If. f
bond aatlnfaclory to the County Court House. Green Cove helra, grantees, d vlse personalrepresentatives i tary .purposes, of the following 1110\0 or COltlslnlnll"., 11 211 .
( City of Stark, equal to one hundred Spring, Florida; Johns, Leonard or MBHIK-II: Hor e, described lands situate In Brl&dtordand that tract or u is "
1877 ; '
portent (100%| of the contract Thornton Hampton Florida} Johns. Dan; "Kdmondvon W. E.; Forythe>, ', Clay Counties, Florida to-wlt: PUI' I 0; 10"I'
price.No It. O, Hampton, Florida Jones W, Lou D.; Hagan Ida also known SEGMENT: "A" All that tract or 7nd8outhg ltu lug I e
MBMB&1RFLORIDAPRESS = r-l Bidder may withdraw his hid ., NFL, Btarke. Florida; Knight, aa Ida J. Hairani: Holder 8.; Jones, parcel of land lying and being In County Flnrldu'an3
within sixty 11I0) day after the D. IS, Starke, Florida; Knight N. W. A*: ; Moody Section 110 and 31. Townahlp 7 Township '
ASSOCIATION date the opening ereoLBr L? Starke Florida: Le Koliort' B, H. F; N.I.s.fiu.r";::: Packham, F.: I South Range 23 East Section 6. Bradford County lIoUth. 018,22\
City oof clarke, Florida Htark. Florida" ; Llndaey, Walter, Ml Roebuck H. H; Star., Edna M.; Township 8 South Range 23 East, tloularly d..rlll.d '
NAI1GNALEDITOR1ALASSCX3AT10Nj : St. Augustine, Florida, ManBctll N. Star, Robert E; Summons Benjamin Clay County Florida, .. ginning m a a. follo0
Carl John, W., RFD Stark, Florida; Moody I H. Thomas, Arch: Thomai. Township. 8 Mouth. Ka.Ke 'Jo1ai: at the "OOtheast vuncre 'nmT '
Matthews Editor and Owner City Clerk 9-17 3t 10-8 II. F., Bradford County Florida; Eva Mae jl; Van Buren, B.; E, U _
E. ---- Moore, Florence .1:1 a* Administratrix held*; d.vlsee., grantee., personal South Range :23 East Bradford Township 7 South hI 1Joot'
of Estate of u.V.. Moor, deceased reprseentatlvee or assigns of the County Florida more particularly Clay Range
" 8CBSCRIPTIOX RATE IV TUB IMTKI: BTlTEfl DlTil Florida; Packham following persons deceased or b*. described a*. follow: Beginning at 89 degrees County Florida: lbon"
Stark..1 ,
y M. hewed to b deceased whoa the Northeast corner of Section 33 tnifute1 "a
I / III'; tot H'r FOR THH HOI Til.KRV F. | name : 81, feet I\'
)u Yearly $..13; Six Month*, $1.00_ IHHTHIIT OK r" COIt IU A. Florida'; P.vatt.AI'tan'M: formerly and addressee are unknown. Van Township 7 South Rang 23 Eaat South' acro"e Section' 30 ::
United State* of America, Petitioner known a. Mary M. Jones, Buren Charles F., deceased; Van Clay County Florida; thence South Range 2.f E.ol.'CIo
v*. 3,675.70 Acre of Land more or Theressa Florida; Roebuck H 8.. Buren, Sophia F., deceased; Van 4,732 feet to the Southeast: corner 71South and 1II''lIog
PubHsleh. Weekly on Friday and Entered jut Set !>>a., situated In Clay and Bradford RFD Ualneavllle, Florida; Smith Buren, Erwin Sackett. deceaned. of aaUl Section 81 of .aid County. nanN'e 2Z amt,1
and Claw !Matter at the Font Office at Starke, Fla. Countlen. Florida and Cecil 1\. Foster Shi.: Stark. Florida; Tax WHEREAS a petition for condetnnatlon' Township and Rang and County; rllfhtoofoway Flurlda to tho L
Moore, et al Defendants. No B3I- Collector of Bradford County, I'lor. has been filed on fhe list thenoa continue South 2,707 feet Railroad o. 1
,. J-CIVIl. NOTICE OF -CONDEMNATION Ida, Starke, Florida: Tax Collectorof day of October A. D. 1942 (aa along the. East; line of Section 6, along said: thence Nart .II..
PUfH:EEDINUS. TO: WHOM Florida, Green amended on the 13 day of September Townahlp 8 South Range 23 Eat, tersectlon rll&'htohfowa
IT MAY CONCERN AND TOa: ) vla'prfno.u.nty Florida; Thomas, A. D. 1943' In the United Clay County, P'lorldae thence West Section. With the %orll I
Those defendant who are resident Eva Mae, Starke, Florida; Thomas, State District Court for the Southern 10,437 feet acros Section 6, Township Range 22 26. ..Town'hIP 1 '
Starke Warmly WelcomesMen or believed to be reldnt of the A. J., Clerk of Circuit Court. Bradford District of Florida by the 8 South: Range 23 East. Clay i Florida.: thence Rradfury.. f
State of Florida. Batten Gertrude County, Florida' Bradford United Sate of America. Petitioner County, Florida and Section 1, North line East sin,
I. R. T. C. : K. County Court House, Ntarke FlorIda against the above named defendants Township 8 South Range 22 East South 01 II."lIon 25, 7.
And Officers :i.rr'F'or"a'j
: { :; Bore.tt..t.n:: ,;rid ; Thomaa;, Arch Starke, Florida; and against any and all Bradford County. Florida to a Range 22 8,
Stockton St., Jackaonvlll, Florida; Tru.t.e. of Internal Improvement persons whose name are unknownto point on the West line of Section TownehlpF7oSouthand ot1l
Once again Starke has the pleasure of welcoming new Bradford. County of: a political Fund of the State of Florida Tallahassee the Petitioner claiming or who I 1, TownshjD 8 South Rang 22 Clay County I '
ubdlvlHlon of the State of Florida. Florida; and may claim to have Interest !n, or Pat Bradford County, Florida east corner Florida orit
officers new enlisted men, and an entirely new organization Bradford County Court house, Rosin Factor, Inc. Atlantic National a general or Ip."lfllI..n upon the I approximately 2707.0 feet south ofthe t.r of said 01 the North..,.
Stark, Florida; Clay, County of: apolitical Bank Building Jacksonville real described In said pe Northwest corner of said Section to the point ao: ths0.
to Camp Blanding. subdivision. of the State Florida; Wadsworth n P.. also ..r.rogrt part thereof, by. 1; thence North 00 degree 83 Inll' 259 Arrss ot, heglnnhy r
of Florida Clay County CourtHouse known .. Cordon P. Wadsworth through or under anY'of the above minute West 7,555.5 feet more or THEREFORE tno. or aq
From what we can learn of the set-up, we're going to Green Cove Sprlnca, FlorIda Hampton Florida. (b) Those de. named parties, or any of them In. less, along the West line of Sec. to b. you. are roe",
; Columbia Forest. & Farm, Inc.co .. fendanta who are believed to benonresidents eluding- the husbands, wives, widow tlon 1, Townahlp 8 South Rang State, DlstrlctD In tho
like the Infantry Replacement Training Center and believe | 1'>1. .J. Roe*., Venetia, Florida; of the. State of Florida ., widower, descendant, helrn. 23 East and Section 88. Township ern District "Viorldl0.!th,*
Emmadln Farm, Inc., clo| Louie and a* to which the following at-law executor. Ruardlana, ad- T/ South Range. 23 East Bradford vllle, Florida of '"
that relations between Starke and the IRTC can be de- Kurt. Attorney at Law Consolidate la the last and best known address, mlnlatratora. devlseeB. l fcatee. and County, Florida, to the Northwest October A. on the ,11th
ed Building Jackaonvllle, Florida; and all persona claiming bvthrough creditor. If any 'of the above Corner of said Section 86, said point Iia the n. 1941. al ,II!!
veloped to the point of becoming mutually beneficial to the Florida State of: Hpaard L. Hoi-,, or under them. Marian Low, named pernon, and the director being on the Southeast rightofway log' your morning of said d.", <
land, Governor, Tallahaimee, FlorIda 6401 Florida St"IL1h e V y Chase, and atockholders, If any of the line of the O. S. &' F. Railroad lther wrlttendalm 0' \
Army personnel and the civilian population of the com ; R. A. Gray Secretary of Stateof Maryland; Low, Minnie, 401 Flor. above named corporation and the ; thence along the ald right-of- ) In person or by ptlotp
Florida Tallahassee, Florida; Chase, Maryland; trustee thereof If aald corpora way North 88 degree* 35 minute to show what right,
Nf. Lee, comptroller of State :i t "wrS, Genera Sumter L? Jr., list tlonn be dissolved the grant**.. East 8,368.2 feet to a concrete monument t..reat you. have or Claim link
munity.We Florida Tallahassee., Florida; J. Division Office Camp Shelby Mlxa.Isslppl assignees, successors, or In Section 25, Township' 7 aid property and, to 1ft
like the feature of "permanency" that is associated nol state Treasurer ofState : McClellan. Bessie S., Dela. : trt kin of any of the said defendants South, Range 22 East, Bradford why It should not b.shot
Florbia{ Tallahassee, Florida van, Wisconsin; Folhemus, Clinton above named or their County. Florida; thence South 89 the uses and JH
with the IRTC. Although there will be a constant flow of ; Colin English, Superintendentof F., 619 Lake Avenue, A.bary Park predecessors In nltdrlnaO.tv any degree 86 minute.) East 1,6188 feet aid petition (an ameVaS'lyou '
Public Instruction, Tallahassee, New Jersey; Prevatt. Mary 1\[., formerly parson or :.. Interest across Section 2B, Township 7 South .. J'
trainees through the Center, it is believed that a large Rlorlda; J. Tom Watson Attorney known aw Mary M. Jones, cloW In, or Hen upon or title to. )!lane' 23 .fa'tI: a"a'o.rd County, of beingnbarrnlaoft511"
General of State of Florida, Tallahassee I C Cochran, RFD No. 3, Box the mild real property or any prvi t : IntereK* In and to sold IUd 11*
group of officers both commissioned and non-commissioned, Florida: Foraythe, Lou D? 147, Wilmington! : North Carolina; thereof by through or from them 7 South Range 23 East Clay of having Judgment hv> dq,.
will Chlefland Florida; Foremost Properties Rivers, Lillian Grace Van Buren, or any of them and their respective County. Florida to the, Northeast tared against you WITSr
will be stationed here for the duration. These men Inc., co| Louie Kurta. Attor. 218 W. 88th Street Savannah Oeor- husbands wives, widow.., widower corner of the Southwest Quarter hand and nfflclal, RI| o( thi
their families to Starke will 'become of nay at Law Consolidated Building, Slap Tanner, DeWitt C., Littleton, and their and all of their oft said Snclon 80; thence South 00 thl. Ih.. 13th day o' SOPlo.'
bring they a part Jacksonville, Florida: Georgia In- N. H., Van Buren Julia Florence, successors in title and Interest all degree 80 minute Rant 2.842 A. 1943.
the community life and hope that of them will duKtrlal. Realty Company cia Joe 318 W. 18th Street. Savannah Oeor- of whom and whose name and Feet to Southeast corner of theSouthwest EDWIN II. WILLIAIIP
we many Hill Williams. .Attorney at Law. gla; Van Buren Rhonald Erwin place of residence are unknown Quarter of said Section! United State. Ditrin,
to like 'us so well that they will remain here even Lak Butler Florida) Hngran. Ida 620 F}. 48th Street. Savannah. Georgia to the Petitioner praying for con- 80; thence North 86 degrees 85 Southern 1.'rl,1 of,'
grow also known a* Ida J. Hasan Theressa. ; Whitehead R. B clo Valdosta damnation, upon proper compnatloji minute east 2,840.1 feet along the (SEAL) Dy HAROLD 8.
after the war is .over. !fc Florida; Holder S. clo H. 8 Hardware Company Valdoata, Oeor. for the use of the United North line of Section 81. Township 9-11 4t 108 Deputt"D

S We ask only that the officers and enlisted men of the

IRTC give Starke a fair chance to prove its hospitality and ,

fair dealing with the Army personnel. We know that from .

time to time stories have been circulated, and magnified,

concerning some misguided business man who has soughtto ,

take advantage of a service man in one way or another.

These are Starke's two-p rcenters-those who are tryingto .

get rich quick before the is We thankful
war over. are _

,that the other ninety-eight percent 'are content with legit- ,. '..)"". I., .t 't\i'MH\, : .,' .;::: _::: rn..s '. I" ..;',.; ... .
; # '
; : '
', t' '' .f.
;1 : %, 'fi ''I' I''."
imate profits and are determined to give the service mana : 'rt..!1,'"
::;"" p,, ;. # :' : .
deal. :
square ,;, .W ,' ', 0i ''
.1? : f ;
.. #
We do not suppose that 'S tar k e is any exception. .r. ,( .(''''"''. 1 0 .

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r. 1
: "
Doubtless every town that is located near a large military ''' .' .

establishment ,has a small number of undesirables who do .

the community' irreparable damage by their unscrupulous /', .. .-

dealings. Usually these are not people of the community,

but are the "fly-by-night" element, who have come in with

the avowed intention making. and, taking away as much '


So again we say: Give us''a fair chance, and then judge

for' yourselves. We believe ypu will find Starke as clean

and size in pleasant] the country.and fair-dealing' as any town fff comparable W 'Now Have An Expert'Paint And Body Repair Man Connected With Our Garage i


NOTICE Of APPLICATION FOB October 25th, 1943 In the above
TAX DEED named Court and cause, wherein
(Rtaata Bill N.. MS plaintiff seeks divorce Bradford
NOTICE: 18 HEREBY OWEN. That T. County Telegraph shall publish this
J Alderman holder of Tax Certificate' Ordor In next four weekly laauea.
No. 310. laiutd the 4th day of .July A. Wltnaaa my hand and official
D in*, b.. filed aam In my office and peal at Hlarke. Florida title September :
baa made application; for a tax deed to 23rd 1943.
be luued th.reon. Said certificate em (OFFICIAL SEAL; ) A. J. Thomas
brace* the following described property Aa Clerk of Bald Court. "' I
In the Oounty of Bradford. State of T. Frank Landrum Btarke. Florida. Bring Us Your Old Automobile. You Will Be Surprised At
Florida, to-wlt: Atty. for Plf. '_ !.-S4 it 10-11 .. .; ._
MS of ttmv E:<. 14 A In SB Oor. 'it: CIRCUIT COURT
Bt.. 14 Twp. 6 S. It. 11 t, BRADFORD
2. Acre, more or I.... containing COUNTY 'FLORIDA lVII: ANCKHV. : ,

The assessment of raid property un Fonnl. Crewar Plaintiff vn. Vivian How It will Look After We've Straightened' Out' Those Old
der the aald certificate Issued was In Marl Crews defendant. Caae No. J ,
the name of Unknown. 895. ,
TJnleaa aald certificate ahall be redeemed ORDER OF PCRLICATION AND '

described according therein will to law be old the property to the STATE NOTICE OF FLORIDA TO APPEAR;to: Vivian ; Fenders And Given Them A Good Paint) Job.

hlglutit bidder at the court house door Marl Cra we, whose residence la .
en the tint Monday In the month of General Delivery, Yakima WaahIncton. ,
IforrailMr. 104J which U the let day .
at November 1 4T. You are required to appear oa
Dated thl Jath day of September 1.43. October 10t'UU., In the above

10-1-41(Official 10-33 seal)11 Bradford of Circuit A.County J. Court THOMAS.Clara Flerlda.of. ': Telegraph of plaintiff named Minor Court..Child..shall.k. and divorce publlah Bradford cause and thus Custody wherein County Order ; We Also HaVe A Most Complete Line Of Parts For Dodge

In next four weekly laauea.Wltnean .
..". CIRCUIT corn?. BRADFORD my hand and official
("MUSTY' FLORIDA IN CHAN I .eal at Btarke "Florida title Sep.
tKRVV..rdle tember 2 Iat. li43.OFFICIAL And Plymouth Automobiles. Expert Mechanics Will 'TuneUp
Lee Avery, Plaintiff v*. ( SISAL) A. J. ThomaaAa "
Robert Avery Defendant Cace No. Clerk o* paid Court.
1117. Jo. Hill William. Lake Butler


Avery. 34301911 Company I. CKIIY.Clarice: .
Parachute Infantry FtBennW, Skinner Plaintiff va. Alex.
Georgia. ender W. skinner: Defendant. C....
You are required to appear on Oc No. 2 8 79.! PUBt.1CATION' A'New One.
tob.r11th.,1943.Inthe above named ORDER OF ,
Coat and calls wherein plaintiff NOTICE TO APPEAR
seek.> divorce ans.i Maiden Nam reL STATE OF FLORIDA to: Alexander *
r,7*. rm'"ord County Telegraph W. Skinner whoa residence ,
hall publish this Order In next la 1413 Seaboard Avenue South I ,
four weekly Uauoa.Wltneoa Norfolk. Virginia.

I my hand and. officialthu Bep. October Tou are 13th.required 1943 to In appear the above on Wheel Aligning Done With Our New ;
Super Accurate
timber 1614, 1143.. plaintiff named Court...k.and divorce cause, Bradford wherein Light

A.. Clerk ofJialdHCourt.. County Telegraph shall publish .
thus Order In next four weekly -
Knla-M & Knight Stark.. Florida.
AUy.. for Pit. (OFFICIAL. SEAL) laauea.Witness my hand and official Beam Method. '
'-17 4t 10-8 peal at k.4r.lorld., thla September .

llth. .
(OFFICIAL SEAL). A.. J., Thomas .
TO WHOM IT MIT fOICKK'Vl:' Aa Clerk of ...101 Court .
TAKE; NOTICE THAT A 1138 J. 8. Harrison .Jacksonville Florida.
Itodca Sedan. Engine No. O9-3DU. Atty. for Plf. -lf 4t 10-.: A
with 'an appraised value of lena _
than 11,000.( wee celled In Bradford CAM FOR .!!>!) .
(* unty. Florida, September 1. IK43. FIRE PUIHPUH: AND .14H'IPMENT!!< .
I for being lined In violation of H: ..e- STAHKK. FLORIDA
tlon 1. ("hapt... 19301. Law. of l>. P. W. DOCKET: NO.I FLA.' 8- l. EXPERT WELDING GREASING
Plorlda. Act of 1939. and that It 1.' WASHING POLISHING
I. the Intention of E.: W. Hear.tMKvach. Sealed bid for urnlahlntr a -
.... rilrecor of the IiItat, Fir. Pumper and Equipment In and
_..raa. Department of Florida. Florida, will ,
for the City of Starke
to possess for us* by the State be receiveby the City Council at
Beverage Department the property the City-Off Icee In Starke Florida. NO JOB 'IS TOO LARGE -- NO JOB IS TOO SMALL
bove> described In front of the until two (3:00)" P. M., E. W. T. on -- WE FIX EM ALL
f'i O>anty Jail Stark. Florl<"' October Tuesday, the 12th day of October
26. U43. at 10:00: A. M.
1943 at which time and place all .
All peraona claiming; any right or
bid. received will be publicly opened
Interest In or to call
property or and read aloud.Inetructlnne .
any part thereof are hereby r*- .
within thirty (30) daya from Proposal. General Condition Detail ,n, ,
s' It'h. date of the first publication Specification. Form of Contract I. .
of this notice .. provided for by and Bond may be examined
ffe-etlon 13. Chapter 19301. Lawn of at the office of the City Clerk of
i. Florida. Ante of 1939. to the. State Stark.. Florida, and at the offices
Beverage Department' of Florida. of Charles E. Rlchhelmer of the
t Tallahaas, Florida, or all aurhrlarhta Firm of Reynold, Brewton Smith '
and Intereat In and to said and Hill. Sth Floor Robert. Build.
..... In* Jackaonvlll. Florida and
" property ahall e. and terminate.
I, ,, coplee\ thereof obtained upon payment I
E. W. SCARBOROUGH of "0.00 for each .*t. which
-,, Director, State Beverage Depart ''I payment will be refunded upon return J. P. ROBERTS
t .' m.nt of Florida, Tallahpp.ee.. Flor of push set In Rood condition MOTORS!

F"" ida. ..- 1-21 tt 10-32 I within bean opened ten day and read.after bid have .

i.: Th. paid City Council reaerve. .
tt "IRC'I'IT rot HT. nn\i>FonoCOC
the waive Informalities
right to any
i TV. FLORIUAI i\' tiiw.: In or to reject any or all bid*. TEMPLE AVENUE
. tTNRY.: Each bid must be accompaniedby STARKE FLOFJ
Joacpn Clacclo. Plaintiff v... Marie a Cajihler'a check or a certified ,
Clarrln Defendant. Case No. Z577. check or bid bond In the amountof
J. ORDER OF Af Ptr RAND five percent (i"i) of the baa
I> NOTICE TO Et. bid aa a guarantee that the Bidder.If .
,. STATE OF FLORIDA : Marie awarded the '. Claoclo whoae realdence la Route in ten (10)' conoulv calendar
No. 1. Preacott Arkanaaa. day after written notice being
.. You are required to appear on given of such award enter Into a I

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I Bradford Tornadoes showed decided thrown for a two-yard loss and extra point was good, and the .
improvement In holding a Alachua took over on their own game ended with the score Ala- i v
BRADFORD SCHOOL strong Alachua ele ven to 13 .seven from which point they chua 13 Bradford 0. '
points In last Friday's game at marched steadily toward the op- Outstanding Improvement In >.
Bradford Park. The final score posite goal. blocking and tackling showed up
wall 130. With 20 seconds left before the In this second game, with Individual 1
ST.\FF The game proved to be a bat- end of the game, fourth down honors going to Biggs on k I
Tornadoes Hold Alachua To 13-0 I tle of endurance, as' neither side and 10 yards to go, Alachua pulled defense and Wilkinson who
[ pass
was able to score in the first a beautifully executed triple '
1 freddie co-Editor half, In spite of threats from reverse, which saw their right played ratner a large part In .
Sewell .6 terson'a diamond? Means the BHS Shows both sides. Twice Alachua near- wlngback trotting across the goal Alachua's Inability t u gain
Virginia Biographies Susie Seesit real thing too. When's it to be? Improved FormIn ed the goal as their star back line all by himself. The try for' through the line. '
Senior Roberta Whitfield Saw Mrs. Evans and husband Lewis, ripped off several nice ,
Nazen.___ Marjorie Davis ... .. off for Chicago for two weeks. Tough Game gains around end, behind almost .
SeW' Darby Peek "Listen, Sho do miss her but can't help perfect blocking. The end of ; 'I'I .
----- my children and
Edr Wilkinson shall hear you but like her sub, Mrs. KImble. Forwarned that their the half found the Tornadoes '
__ Lola Blecha' Of the night the Hey! gals, Billy Brooks will be game of the season W 0 very tired, but still determined. : I
I, Features 'Indians' much tougher than the II'
Bio C ldwell, Jimmy Davis scalped us here." "sweet sixteen" soon. Wolfishage "Susle"I Early in the third quarter Ala- I'I
I.1 Faxon, Phyllis Martin And I ain't kidding! But even If you ask me. three or four miles. I chua gained possession of tha I
1 Melverna Thorntonflbfnrtha though they lost, those "Tor- Beautiful new bombadler wings Brooker, you better get ball on their own 30 and proceeded \,
Lee Martin to the Tor-
bly nadoes" sho lived up to their Margie D. is wearing. From It's getting late and I to .
Stringfellowt nad e's 0 yard line and Bradford '
argaret names. Bobby McRae Is just a Buddy ? ? ? looking around 00 much j jI,
held for three downs, but the I
regular whirlwind and Billy Col- There seems to be a conteston will hardly stay open, so oI
ft The Faculty son must have Invisible wings (on between Brooker and .the me. again next week. visitors went over on the p
t his feet), Bobby Biggs ,evermore State: Farm. They're trying to Bye now, The try for the extra point was
i the score Ala-
no good making
In the ,
ms, EVANS got game knocked down see who can catch Glenn Howard
Alice Evans, our senior I three passes. Then the whole (Lake Butler), But I probablycan't P. S. Just heard chua 6 BHS O.
r was born In Chicago andd second string went In, too. Seems tell you the outcome 'til opened my eyes- New The' third quarter ended with
'l Chicago Teacher's Cole the first string might have some after Thanksgiving. (But If Susy president Is Billy the Tornadoes In possession of
University of Chicago, competition. was in It I know who would gratulations. Billy the ball deep in enemy territory. ($j' ,
|o professional Art School The Air Corps really turned win.) Heard Roberta (State gent is vice-president, Colaon skirted right end to makeit i
e i Chicago Art Institute out for the game. My guess as Farm) say she was going' to Runge, treasurer and M a first and goal to go on Ala- .
aI i taught In Chicago pub- to the reason is Dot Faxon. Worthington to visit Mrs. Fisher Davis is secretary. chua's five yard line. Three I \
looteJuly. ADDED ATTRACTION: Betty during Thanksgiving and from ehTTT tries) through center failed, and I Fepni-Cola Company, Long Inland City, N. Y. !
1942 Mrs. Evans, with :Hayes and George- Oliver bliss- what I hear Glenn lives Just Colson again tried end, but was Franchise Bottler: Pepsi-Cola Bottling Co., of Jacksonville
Lband who is atationed at 'fully unaware of the game. --. .
Islanding, came to Florida. : Wandered down to the dance '. 'I
1 year she was secretary toolth after the game. New twosome
In the school office, ,there, Marian Brown and Billy
n year she teaches creating Miles. See Bobby McRae finally! I
and speech, art, and got up courage enough to ask
.1 eleven. Besides her du- Lora for a date. BACK THE TEAM !
f I teacher she has charge Missed Robin Whitfield. First .
I library. Mrs. Evans and 'game she's missed in years. !
took take care of the lunch You should drop by first perIod -
MM Evans certainly Lsdid civics class one day. Howard
I asset to our school Runge has all the gals In a r
|; of her likes are teach- dither, France P. and Melba S. :
,d picnics. Her recreation especially. You know, I'm Inclined SEE EVERY HOME GAME THIS SEASON
sekeeplng. Her chief dia- 'to agreed with them.
Ibad manners. Her favor- How .these sophomores get
jric composer la De Buaay around! Virginia Duishlmer says i
me likes waltzes very much.are she is crazy about three boys
| very fortunate Indeed; and can't decide which she likes B.
H. S. Green FRI. OCT. 8
Ire such a wonderful per- best. Wish she'd, a end one vs Cove
|our school as a teacher. around to me. r
-P. M. Have you noticed Dorothy Wat-

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On a short or long business trip-when visiting A & P FOOD STORE I
camps easily W. T. JACKSON & W. S. KUTER I
or bases-or on furlough-change your .
J lost or stolen cash into safe American Express LEI L A' S
Cheques before you leave. Spendable DRESS SIIOP AND BEAUTY SALON I.J !
"ywherePrompt refund if lost or stolen.

Issued in denominations of $1O $20 $50 and KIDD'S SINCLAIR.SERVICE. GUY'S MARKET MAGNOLIA HOTEL ,, :!
$100.' Cost 73)* for $100. Minimum cost 40* for

'10 to $50. For sale at Banks, Express Offices KOCH DRUG STORE BOB'S TAVERN : '

AMERICAN 'EXPRESS A. M. DARBY'S Across From Park Theatre. H. E. TUCKER, Sinclair Agent 'te '

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I OCTOBF.1t 8, it,
in' ,'em that these birds feed on Iotal!),, high-lights O---=:::::::::;. .
Patrick-Crawford Birthday Party
.11 SOCIETY and CLUBS little shell fish and marine Insects r eePUo

Miss Effle Mae Crawford, For Sheila AlvarezLittle She stopped a minuteto Well, folks Guess that'sall n rer Fake flight for. Genera)
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daughter of Mr. and Mrs. ft. N. ask one little boy In the front for now Hope to be back So long > ,ell .
Wives' Woodman Circle Crawford of LaWtey, became the Sheila Alvarez, oneyearold -' row if he knew what a marine I next week with a lot of slde-and-

Army bride of Roy ,A. Patrick, private daughter of Mr. and Mrs J. Insect was "Tea mam," he .. . -carolT,
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Are HostessesThe Starke Grove No. 278, Supreme first clam, son of Mrs Anne G. Alvarez, and granddaughterof mammed, "It's an Insect that
Forest Woodman Circle, will hold Fraser of Jack sonville, In a Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wilson, feeds on Marines! Hear FUNERAL DIRECTOR
USO Club, the was a lovely birthday party j
operated by given
O. W. Hall Jewell Powell has pledged Kappa
a meeting in the W. double ring ceremony performed
1\11' Many Tear Experience Make It Possible
afternoon, 30, at for
YWCA In the Woman's Clubs Thursday Sept. !lIe
Gamma Tau at Southern collitch to
Tuesday night. Oct. 12, at 8 o'- Thursday afternoon, Sept. 23 at EFFICIENT, PROMPT and Reo dIP
s Mrs. Wilson COURTEOUS
North Street home of Mr. and ,
Walnut ,
building on
clock. Mrs. AbbIe Holden, atate 5.30: o'clock, in the home of Mrs. Which reminds me The MODERATE SERVICE;
was the scene of a lovely tea at on West Madison St.- PRICESDcWITT _
will be present, and Lula M. Spears. Rev. W. I.
manager fraternity most of our boys seem
3:30: o'clock Friday afternoon, The little guests and their C.
urged to attend. Sanders .
all members are pastor of the Grace
when the new Army wives In Refreshments will be served.Mrs. Baptist Church officiated.The mothers brought beautiful gifts to be pledging theme days is a. Starke, Florida

y town were hostesses to the local Mal Bryan, secretary. living: and dIning rooms for Sheila, and kodak pictureswere I. (and I don't mean Gamma 0-,.. '" ,. ',.. .. .. II. ,--_. L
women In order to become better I taken on thi lawn. Refreshments -

acquainted.: Mrs. Miles stump. of the decorated home ,were opened ensuite ,were served on the ---:::.-.:.:.=-----====----==--==: ==:::: =.-::;::-- -_._....:.===
,of Pittsburgh Pa., as chairmanof panlment. She was also present and with arrangementsof screened porch where a large -----
the Army wives group, had ed with a beautiful corsage, by fall flowers. birthday cake was the center of
+ charge of all committees. the glfls. In appreciation:: of her The bride chose for her wed- attraction. The cake was Iced in

Mrs. O. L. Beasley and Mr. volunteer'work at',the snack bar. ding a two-piece navy blue suit, white, yellow and green, and was
C. A. Knight presided at the tea with which she wore navy acces- topped with one yellow candle.
Mrs. R. J. Davis also sang sev-
+ table the first hour, while Mrs. [sories. Little people attending this W -E-L-C-0 M-E
solos, accompaniedat
H. C. Ritch, president of the eral request Mrs Milton T. Tooke, matron party were: Virginia Jean Darby,
Woman's Club, and Miss Madge the piano by Mrs. Rheta of honor, and the bride's only at- Mary Katherine Wainwright,
Middleton, chairman of the Advisory Street. The Army wives presented tendant, wore a dress of dusty Mary Agnes Matthews, Kay Hud- TO THE MEN OF THE IRTC

Committee for the USO the guests with favors In the pink crepe. gins, Gale Duke, Betty Alexanderof
Club, poured during the second form of miniature corsages. The Milton T. Tooke served as best Gainesville, Bob Smith, Charles AND THEIR COMMANDER
hour. decorated man for Mr. Patrick. Futch, Buzzy Green, ,Clare
Mrs. Milton Snyder pleasingly Club was beautifully Immediately following the ceremony Jean Mundy and Linda Kay Sale. f GENERAL FALES
flowers, furnished by
with cut
Miss Marlon Brown assisted the
sang two groups of popular selections I
a reception was held for .
Mrs. N. D. WaInwright. hostess in .. ,.
playing her own accom-: members of the bridal party, the -entertaining. l' s-s -" ..
-_.._---"- immediate famlllen and a few intimate Also attending the party were: i
,I friends. The bride's table Mrs. Lex Green. Mrs. C. A. HERE YOU WILL ALWAYS FIND A

Anyone Having Watches or Clocks was overlaid with a hand-em- Futch, Mrs. Merrill Futch, Mr. .WARM WELCOME. JUST AS IN THE
Alexander of Gainesville, Mrs.
Left Over 60.Days broidered wedding cloth cake.and centered witha Paul Hudgins, Mrs. J. R. Wainwright PAST IT HAS BEEN OUR PRIVILEGE

Mrs. Charles A. Darby TO SERVE THE l\fENATCAMP BLAN.<:
Please Call Mrs. Patrick was graduatedfrom I
Bradford High School 1 in: and Mrs. E. L. Matthews. DING SO WE HOPE YOU WILL GIVE

.,I. H. COURTMANCH the class of 1941 and at presentis Birth Announced t US THAT SAME PRIVILEGE. OWNEDBY

Jeweler :. employed in the Supply Division A ,SERVICE MAN WE THOR
at Camp Blandlng. Mr.. and Mrs. J. A. Scanlan of OUGHLY UNDERSTAND THE SER-

f Mr. Patrick was employed in birth Springfield of III., announce the VICE MAN'S NEEDS AND PROBLEMS.
,1 a son on Wednesday
r the Supply Division before entering -I Oct. 6, In the Springfield hos-
.. the service last October. He pital. Before( her marriage Mrs. ,
DR. O.
is noW stationed at Camp Rucker, Scanlan was Miss Ruth Stern- WE
Announces The Opening of His New Dental Office berg of Starke.' ,

At the Rear of His Residence JEWELRY MILITARY

301 Water St.
He Welcomes Ills Old Patients Back Carolyn CaIIstreet.


The editor Inform me that are over, I ,can hasten on with
THE this Issue Is to be a welcoming the news of the week Hear Uniforms And Military Supplies
edition for the IRTC, so guess I Eva Shepherd, who was helping
will get right into the spirit of chaperone the State' Farm girlsat Our Specialty
the thing and dash off a bit of the usa dance Sattiday night,

poesy suitable to the occasion: almost made a conquest herself .. ..
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Welcome to the Re-
Infantry Seems a certain soldier Insisted -
placement Training Center, I that he wanted to take Expert The 137
THE AT BeSTARKE and to all of the men who her possum hunting! Said
are stationed there ". tiEspecially lie didn't know a' jack rabbit Watch And
FLAjWishes W. Call St.
:, when he saw one, but he sho STAG
Second Lieutenants with curly could hunt possums Eva told ClockRepairing

N To Extend A Warm Welcome Welcome hair! to General Fales" their got him quite that that meat bad rationing YET .hadn't'. Add Everything- for the Service : Starke,

'able. commander, and, to ami- Crazy Habits of Sane = Man,: Including A Fla.
i To Gen. Pales And His Staff able Lt. Fisher\ his personalaide Katie Wainwright has a mania Square Deal.
ere1 J. ,
for collecting playing cards .: I .I
SoN. Welcome to Capt. Alfred P. Boasts of having 25/ decks hoarded .." V"* ... .. ...-
MON. TUES.--OCT. 10-11-12 Strozdas, who doesn't mind away! -. Now you know
calling a spade a spade I who to borrow from, girls! .' -- -- ---.----
Welcome to Lt. Boyer, of public
relations, and 2nd Lt. ",-- -,-,_.- -.---- ------------- ., .efl-
Ehrenkranz Spotted an' Jolted Fran Op-
Welcome Lt. Col. Jamgochlan perman back from a recent plane
(Even If to pronounce your trip to New Orleans, where she
t name I canz). visited friends for a week I. R. T. C.
'' Welcome to our old friend Wilson an' Nettle (Dowling) Lee

>> Horn* from China on leave..thit leroexterminator t Major S. T. Dell off home for. a. flying. Seems visit ,to Wilson's 0-_ _._._...... --- ".. .. _.__.." ,__ 'WI>""" ... ..... __..___
{ poses a* a derviih of ding-dong... ; Fancy meeting you among so his, brother'also !is

1' latches on Manhattan's cutest chick and blows ,/ many strangers .. Well, home after a year's absence, SODA LUNCHEONETTE,
so 'twill be
well quite a reunion .
/his top on |ive, barret-how, Welcome Colonels Broderick, Bob Weeks able to be out and ,
Cheatham, Willingham and about after that automobile accident -
c \J McPherson that laid him up for sev-
If any of you guys are single, eral months ,, Maude Crews
I'll be glad to extend my wel- In town from Jax and desperately ": .'." ')
come in person hunting for some of those f.
--'- OPA "change of tenant" forms \
Now that my official duties .' 'Lows as how It's bout' to ',
run her crazy .. .? The Kopel- Breakfasts Dinners Lunches

ousos family moving into their ,:" .
;, Every Day V ;V 'Y
Church St. home, recently purchased : '
from Ed Williams ,M .'
45c '
r Army \vlvox' tea .at the clubhouse 35c
las' Friday was ,one of the .

season's prettiest events PLATELUNCHES. 1
-. :Must: have taken the girls hours ,, GARDENVEGETABLE
ud poanSJAIRf an,1 hours to fashion those lovely
little corsages that were presented \ ,

A 1 to each guest Leila 0. '
ESUI1kS :Mundy wed dyked! out In an
If your eye" boner! you l let exceptionally:: becoming' gray suit, : ENTREE ,
me examine them and fit you unit Mary Ann Smith made a l-u PLATE,
with gU ss if you need them. striking; picture In a black one n ..
L tlteL '30,year' .experience.Holidays It's all right for Lex to "

t( and Sundays byappolntmenLTIILIEPHONIE throw HIS hat Into the ring, butI Sunday Merw, October' 10 .. '
certainly hope ,Luclle holds on

S-4S7 to that mustard colored number GOLDEN BROWN FRIED CHICKEN ____ ____ 7e;)
ROBERT BENCHLEY''ROIUTRYAI.ELlZABETH 401 Templt Thalre Buildinj she wore to the tea, for methinks _-_____-_

PATTIRSON.UARJORIE GATESON J Corner Main and Monroe Streets I never saw one more becomingto BROILED CENTER-CUT PORICHOPS: [ __?!----, ::.,- l-ir--__..,._ 60c60c;
her /style of beauty In-
ORCHESTRA cidentally, Friday 'was Sara STEAK, GRAVY _; _---_..._ _01....:..___..
... Produced by DAVID HEMPSTCAO.Directed by EDWARD H.GRIFFITH Reed's birthday; and a surprise WESTERN 'OMELETTE ON TOAST .
event of the 50c
was presentation. -- ------- -
of ,a beautiful birthday cake <., v CHOICE OF VEGETABLES, SALAD :
s'rou AND
LETTHE A'' well-deserved tribute. I'd say .. DRINK
7, "o _4I
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Electric Shoe Shop Serverl, All Day .
Hear the Nut Steinberg received J ..
a long distance phone call
Keep Your .. j
from Springfield, 111., Tuesday .
night notifying 'em that their 35c Chops
, lease on the grandparent title has Hot SteakSandwich" I ,, 45c:
SHOESlooking been,, renewed or rrnmrrn filia & Salad
hw 1
v tlons to Jack and Ruth Scanlan;, Steaks
the proud parents Understand

;; $4f; slrkr ri1 new that Carr Coil e y (ex- .,.... -.-. _'.
It Starkelte) who has L. .
JUST A LITTLE REPAIR managed ., .. -.q
? p111/1 some fine hotels In New York and
pro WILL KEEP YOUR other cities, is NOW
aIa'sdiil now at the
I ng111t SHOES IN GOOD SHAPE Plaza; Miami Beach, Roney-which .. SHOWING THANKSGIVING CARDS

should place him definitely In the FOR '
Quick Service: And top night, I'd say Hear Ruth THE BOYS OVERSEAS I
, Good Work Johnson was introduced to some I' "
itf of her friends at a party last '
f week for the first time as Mrs. Just Arrived Fresh
: -. Also THEELECTRIC Chocolate Candy I
J William Jenkins Hate to ad- '
mit It, but guess I must be slipping Whitman and '' '
THIS IS AMERICA AND Seems the event occurred Hollingsworth,
way back in July and -
SHOE I'm just now finding out aboutIt


Aero From Park Theatre Seems Ethel Sewll was explaining STORE'I J
the Florida grosbeak toper
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of LOCAL NEWS Harvey and their little daughter' the two stars, two solo dances I
ITS Elizabeth Ann, who have been by Fred himself and four new < -

enjoying a month's visit with relatives hit tunes are featured In the pic CLASSIFIED J\IS'? : j
In Maine and In Atlanta. ture. Freddie Slack and his pop-
Jordan returned re- Mrs. J. H. Rltch of Jackson- B. R. Wlthovskl ,
Mon ular orchestra
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frO I a visit of several ville was a week-end guest of day from Orlando where he has for the numbers. WANTED FOR SALE-Would you like to FOR RENT-"Tree Haven", 0 1

with relatives In MlamL her sister, Mrs. F. H. Long. been visiting his i nephew and Robert Benchley heads the sup IJMIngn on apartments!' houses or own a new 3-bedroom FHA 'I rooms; also one small house 3 I

LIly Lewis' arrived from' Mrs.\ Emma Murphy has returned niece. Dr. and Mrs H. B. Me- porting cast In his role of 'millionaire : home for rent located within 20 house with a down paymentof rooms Electric lights, 1 a k e I' Ii;
Tuesday for a visit with from Brown's Summit, N. Lendon. I publisher and Miss Les mile of Starke lean than $700 and monthly front, near KIngsley Lake Village.
and daughter-ln-aw, Mr. C., where she spent several Miss Grace Phelps associate I lie's employer, the heroine beinga '110 East Call Street payments of less than $30. If .-A. E. Wall, owner. Itp j

James Lewis months with relatives. supervisor of the FSA In this I roving photographer for one of W. T. CLUTE, Realtor so, see W. T. Clute, realtor,
hnd ]IIrS W L. Thlgpen Dr M. B. Herlong returned area returned Sunday from a Benchley's magazines. Astaire 119 East Call St., Starke. ltp FOR SALE-Singer sewing mach.

Waldo one day last week home Tuesday night I from a ; week's stay In Salisbury. N C. plays the part of a modest Fly- WANTED-Old phonograph records ine in perfect condition. Applyat
of a rela three-weeks' vacation I She was called home because of WANTED-White to W. C. Prather home on
at woman
the funeral spent Ing Tiger pilot who dons civilian 3c per lb. None with
oS Hot Springs, Ark. the fatal Illness of her brother clothes in order to dodge the paper. Phone 179, Pal Music [ mind child. Room furnished if Sunday. Up

lanJ Mrs. J. F Colley are Pfc. Inman Green of New River, Frank Phelps, 57, who died Sundays spotlight and seek romance. at Co., Starke Fla. tf alred. Inquire Call St Hot FOR RENT Several weil-fur- I n
Minn., where Mrs. N. C, was here last week for a Sept. 28. the .same time.. Dog Stand. ltp tf
beater, short The Rev. and Mrs. O. C. Powell fished apartments, 2 ml. east .\
furlough with his
taking treatments at parents; Astalre's big solo number "One FOR SALE-1930 Model A coach, :
48 toward
of Starke Road
II Clinic. Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Green. Mrs. W. Q. Hale, Mills Amy Co- for the Road" winds with motor overhauled tires fa 1 r. WANTED-Settled white lady to on
up a 200 to of
burn Blandlng, yda. right
Brol Blanchard D.- Law W Tv Clute spent several days and Miss Kate Struth spent startling performance on top ofa Cash only.-Mrs. T. J. McIntyre take care of home for elderly road. Up'',
n Mrs. located !in Mrs. the latter part of last week al- Tuesday at Sliver Springs attending night club bar. 631 W. Madison Ave., couple. Good pay. Must live on l'

Vpersons pleasantly home, place onUtMM. tending a Realtor's. Convention at a meeting of the Gainesville Starke. Itp premises Apply Smith's Gar IF YOU HAVE a good treadle
Winter"Haven. District of the Methodist
I IM cinriir roiHT. HHAUKONU age. 10-8 2tp sewing machine for sale please
Wilson G. Lee Mr. and Mrs Randolph Nunnery church. ccn'lo'l'1.UKtl), IN til ANC FOR SALE-Singer sewing ma
and I 'KM V. write P. O. Box: 82, Staike. ltp
ue,day evening for Hope- and Mrs. W. N. Johnson I P.t.r Konvk-k Cooper, Plaintiff v.. chine. Has 3 drawers to side. WANTED-Furbished apartment ;
Va., where they went to were visitors to Silver Springsand WatersLewisGerald Cora Cooper, Defendant.. Ca.. No. Price $30.-H. H. Howard or house. Two adults and one FURNISHED COTTA 0 E S for ,

lu parents.. other points on Wednesdayof 8712.ORDER: 0V PUBLICATION Brooker. Itp 7-year-old child, Pet'manent. rent. Atldlakea.! 2 ml. north of
L. Waters of
f, S S, Dowling went 'to last week. employe ANt: NOTICE TO APPEAR FOR SALE-Fryers and hens.F. Phone 172. Itp Keystone Heights, Road 28.
the Union Bus Station, and Miss STATE OF FOltlDA toi Cora I
nvllle Tuesday morning W. B. Harvey, Jr., was In Atlanta Mary Lewis, of Ellzabethton, Cooper, whore l'..ld.nc. In un M. Merrltt. Road 28 near 10-8 2tp
two days with her sis Ga., last week where he known. Long Bridge.x ,9-24. 4tp WANTED- waitress and dishwashers
nt Godbold. went to accompany home Mrs Tenn., were quietly married Wednesday You are required to appear. on Blending Center Restaurant LOST-Brown billfold containing i
James Sept. 22, In Spartanburg, November 8th. 1 4S. In the abovenamed (
Court and wherein SPENCER SUPPORTS brassieres 'Joe" Decker. 9.24 4tp valuable paper and identification
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---- r F S. C. Miss Lewis is at presentan plaintiff neck. divorce Bradford Individually designed for cards, with small amount
l :inspector in a rayon factoryat County Telegraph shall publish PERMANENT WAVE !59c! Do of return
\\Memorial for You thin Order In next four weekly maternity post operative floatIng I money. Keep money
Ellzabethton. but expects to Ineueif.WltnexM. kidney gen eral! fatigue your own Permanent with I I I billfold t o Bradford County .

Marble & Granite Monuments resign her position and come to at Utarke my, hand Florida and, this officialseal October backache. Card addressed Mrs Charm-Kurt Kit. Complete I Telegraph. Mrs. E:. C. Elder

MRS. J. M. MITCHELL Starke about Oct. 20. Ilh". 1943. Pearce 305 Madison St., will equipment, including 40 curlers Itp
J Mr. Waters, son of Mr. and (OFFICIAL, HKAL) A. J. Thomaa. bring service to you. Itp and shampoo. Easy to do, absolutely '.
As Clerk of laid Court.T.
r Local Representative 302 W. Madison Mrs. O. R. Waters, of Gainesville, Frank I.andrum. Starke, Florida : harmless. Praised by WANTED experienced women

was brought up in Lake Butler Atty.. for Plf. 10-8 4t 10-at FOR SALE-One Guernsey bull thousands Including' Fay MeKensle to do uniform alterations Apply -

and attended the high school yearling about five months old, glamorous movie far. Blanding Tailors, Blanding

there. He was employed at the IV tllirilT. "'LUKII COI'HT).. 'BHAI IV CHAN.CKHV. >KOIIICOINrV. >. from 5-gallon. cow, $30. Also Money refunded if not satisfied. Center It
Union Bus Station for a year one Red Bone Coon and Pos Koch's Drug Store,
THEATRE prior to his spending two years Leslie. .t. Roblnnnn. Plaintiff va. sum Hound; open trailer; bu&le'voiced FOR SALE-80 Foreman strain ,
Annabelle Cornell Robinson Defendant white Leghorn pullets now In
I In the Army. He received a $30. Can
Cane XT06 ; dog
L//V No. young
STARKE medical, discharge from the ORDER OF PPBL.ICATIOV be seen at my place. V. F. '65 percent production, $16O
AND NOTICE TO APPEAR milk cows, .toct-cows. beef cat. each. ,J, W. ,DeLosch, Lawtey.Fla. .
Army and has been back at his
Manning Starke, Fla
tie stock bulls in
TO WELCOME old position for, the past two or belle Cornell Robinson, whose realclence or hogs, get Itp
three months. I. 30X4 Wlmo n .1 I n Ave, NOTICE-Whoever has white touch with J. D. Odom, Jr., i
Apartment 101, Washington, D. C. my Box 247 Starke; Box 204. Lake farm :
FOR good
You are required to appear on and brown bird dog please turn
GENERAL FALES, Astaire In Park Film November. 8th., 1043. In the above her loose.-Van H. Carden. Itp City; Telephone 481 Lake City. ing land fenced, all land trac- .
I, Court
plaintiff named seeks and divorce cause, Bradford wherein Auction market every Tuesday tored well. 5-room dwelling

MEMBERS OF HIS STAFF Giving agile Fred Astaire one County Telegraph shall publish FOR RENT-one 5-room and one Lake City, 2:30: ; every Thurs wired for lights 1 tenant house

of his best rolea, "The Sky's The I.thin...."'.order* In next four weekly 4-room brick apartment, unfurnished. day, Palatka 2PM. 1-6-44. house barn and two outbuildings ''I

AND THE OFFICERS AND MEN Limit", teaming him for the first Witness my hand And official. Each modernly equip 3 good packing shelters. ,
time with Joan Leslie will be seal at...t Starke.,. 1941 Florida, this October ped and with private bath. E. FOR RENT-for weddings. Floor 1 '1-2 miles east of Farmers'

OF HIS COMMAND shown at the Park Theatre Sun OFFICIAL 8KAL.) A. J. Thomas B. Andrews, Raiford; phone candalabras and pedestal baskets. Market on graded road:Cash or
day, Monday and Tuesday.Two AH Clerk of laid Court.. 1830 Lake Butler. Mrs. J, M. Mitchell ,302 I terms L. J.. Prevatt Route 2, .
John J Henderxon, Bt. Augustine',
striking dance routines by Fla., Atty. for Pit. 108 4t 10-80 10-8 3tp 10-22 West Madison ;3t, It Box:, 26. Starke. Itp f
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ORDER OF PUBLICATION AND Beginningon East boundary 'of iv TUB ciRcrir cornr i AND i or lea*. Circuit Court In and for Bradford' I AH Pnrtit,, --
Theatre Party NOTICE TO APPEAR aid Wt* of NK(., at a point 148.7 you. HI. AI. FOIL II <'OI'TY." TAKE NOTICE, that. a Declaration County will on the 16th day 'of 9;
..OHII..(. ".\IV NO. KTltt. Panics 'atttllfirk
of Southeast AT )
FLORIDA to: Carrie Prince font North cornorthereof tai i b
STATE OF of Taking has been filed by October A. D. 1948, at 10 o'clock I
whose residence li Route No. 3, and run thence Norths 41 BRADFORD COUNTY: a politicalsubdivision the Petitioner In designated.rITNES. Ime
All the USO Cubs! of Starke Todd. 65 West HOI. the above styled In the forenoon thereof In Circuit a,...
degree minute Of the State of Florida
South Carolina.You and
'I Loris cause, acqulrln autnorlty Inthee Court Chambers In Bradford *<
were given tickets by Mra. are required to appear.on No..m.ber feet: thence West North 2X0.1 84 feel degrees thence ISminuttw proceedings, of the taking: of County Courthouse, at Starke Florida said CouV 'a I!; "l1"/1 >nd.
T. F. Grady to attend a movie at lit 1843 In the above named Court North 28 degrees 09 minute Went6'll.3 Petitioner the above described lands, for the consider said Declaration of October An"> lIb aiClerk .
leeks divorce -yeErnest purpose set forth In the PetitionIn Taking, appoint appraiser and' ( .
and cause wherein plaintiff OFFICIAL
the Florida Theatre, Thursday and no other relief.. Bradford 41 minute feet.: thence Went 233.1 North feet It ;degrees thence Wunderllch et al, i this online, and tHat he Honorable make such order a* the Court of ,'h iI 'u.,', 0I..

evening, September 30. Nine I County Telegraph shall. publish this Order Hiiulh *2 decree eg 1 minute Went Defendant A. Z. Adklns, Judge of the deem proper, pursuant to law. Bradford r .''It ;".un 11 GoJACOBS'
movie under In next lour weekly issues.Witness 332.1) feet to the \Vest IXOTICH OK TAKIMU 'I..rlda.
attended tbe boundary ...
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my hand and official seal atetarke of the HWVi\ of NE of said Section TO: The following named. known -- .. IIII-! -
the of the NCCS. They - -
auspices Florida this 20th September 26 at a point 44 leer South defendants:
were: Sgt. and Mrs. Feder, S- 1943. of Northwest corner thereof; said Ernest. Wunderllch whose place ofesldence
0fflolal Seal A. J. Thomas trip of land containing .,18 aero, 1* Jollet, llllnol; Uustav
Sgt. and Mrs. Shaffer Sgt. and Al Clerk of said Court." more or H. Thulin Alice V. Thulln and
Mra. Chism, Sgt. and Mrs. Angl John J. Henderson, Eaq., lean.l".tltrt>:l. :3 Carl A.' Thulln the place of residence I
Ally for Plf. 10-1-41 10-23 of each of 'whom I I. 24
and Mrs. Toole Cpl. That portion of NKll of SEV of
over Cpl. Section 20. Township. 8 Mouth. Ora-mmont Hoad, Worcester I n
and Mr. Rahe, M-Sgt. and Mrs. l\ TIIM (,"U'II'r ('()t liT OP TIIHKKiMTII Range 22 Kant lying within 60 feet '. Worcester County, Massachusetts. STORE
Pallthrope Sgt. and Mra. Law, : "..U"'II.. VIII CUT, of ditch survey line described asbeginning And to all persons having or
on the North boundaryof claiming any right title Interest,
\1'0111' 1:(>1>TV LAW %<>.
and Pfc. and Mrs. Quinn. said NK 4 of 8JoJ' at a potnt estate mortgage or other lien to or
r arm.HHADFOHD 134.8 feet Kant of Northwest corner on those certain parcel of land In
1 COUNTY a political thereof and run thence South Bradford County, Florida, whichare
IV' flllCriT COt liT 1IHAIIFO1IIICOI KUbdlvision of the Slate of Florida 41 degree 66. minute East 289.1 Included In and required for
\T\, FLORIDA IN CHArt-; feet; thence South 46 decree 86'' drainage of that part of State OF 125 E. CALLSTREETSOLD ,
t'ttHY.: I Petitioner minute Rant 4426 feet to end of toad No. '281_ designated a* "Pro
Clyde Raymond Hall Plaintiff v.. -vs.Erneat existing Improved ditch! said stripof I sect 6621" aa located.-surveyed and
(Olady Hall Defendant Case No.j I Wundevllch<< et ai, land containing 1.88 acre, moreor I platted by the (State Road Department -
S713. lI..tendant.NQTICE. I..... of the State of Florida, and
ORDER OF PI'BLICATION You and each of you are here shown by right of way map thereof *
ANI" NOTICES Tn APPEAR IN by commanded to be and appearIn on file In the office of the
STATE OF FLORIDA to: Jlady EMIN1NTIOMAIN. PKOCREDING3 the Circuit Court In and for Clerk of the Circuit Court In and OUT
Hall whose residence I* Fairfax IN THE NAM ID OH THE:: tlradford County, Florida the for Bradford County, Florida, a
Virginia. BTATM OF FLORIDA office of the Clerk of ida Court, true copy of said map or plat being
You are required to appear on TO AM WHOM IT MAY CONCERN. In Stark, Bradford County FlorIda attached to the Petition filedIn
November 8th, 1943 In the above AND TOErnest on or before the 6th day of the above entitled cause on, the
named. Court and cause, wherein Wunderllchi' whose place of November A. I). 1043 to how what 8th day of October A. D. 1943 by '
plaintiff seek. divorce Bradford residence. l.i Joliet, Illinois; Uustav right, title Interest or lien you, the Bradford County a political
County Telegraph hall publish It. Thulln, Alice V. Thulin and or any of you, have In and to any subdivision of the State of Florida TO NEW OWNERSWE
.this Order In next four weekly Carl A. Thulln the place of. residence of Haiti above described parcel of 'against you, and each of you seekr
>. ueM.WltnosH. of each of whom Is 24 land and to chow cause why the 'Ing to condemn for public road
my hand and official ririinimont Itoint Worcester In name should. not be taken for the and highway drainage purpose
ml at Mtarke Florida, this Oujl.er Worcester County, MamiuchuaettB.And uses and purpose net forth In said the Bald parcel of land, situate,
Bth., 194::(. : << to all person having or Petition, to-wlt. a* right of way, lying and being In Bradford -
OFFICIAL PEAL) A. 'J. Thomas : claiming any right title Interest for drainage ditch for a section County, Florida,' and more par-
A* Clerk o( said Court. I estate morlaicaKe or other lien to or or portion of State! Road 261, ticularly described aa. follow:
.'. Frank lnndrum Stnrke Florida on those certain parcel of land In designated a* Project BIS21 its In. PARCEL 1 HOPE TO SERVE THE PUBLIC
Ally for Plf. 10-8 4t 10-29 Bradford County, Florida, whichare cated surveyed and shown on said That portion of WW of NEH of -
Included<< In and required for map or plat herelnabove referred Section 26, Township 8 !'South
I.V: CIRCUIT: -cola BltADFOKDCOUNTIf drainage, of that part of HtnteItnad t-, or default. may be .....t..r.dagnln.t Range 22 East lying within 60)( TO THE BEST OF OUR ABILITY
: 261 designated a* "ProjectG521" you.WITNESS feet of a ditch centerline, lIalldlt"h
a* located surveyed and : my hand a* Clerk of centerllneelng described a*
Marlowe.. Plnlntltr vs. MildredHardwick l hyo the Htate Uoad Depart the Circuit Court In and for Brad passing over and across said WJ
Marlowe, Defendant Cue No. rnlenteoft the Htate of Florida, and ford County, Florida, and the seal of NKV4 n* follow: -
2102. shown by right of way map thereof of said Court, this, the 6th day of Beginning on East boundary of .
ORDER OP PUBLICATION AND on tile In the office of the October A. D. 1943 at IStarke. In said Way of NEK'at ... point 148.7
NOTICE TO APPEAR Clerk of the Circuit Court In and Bradford County, Florida. feet North of Southeast corner
STATE OP FLORIDA to: Mildred for Tiradford County, Florida, a (OFFICIAL /SEAL) A. J. Thomas. thereof and run thence North 41 BARGAINS GALORE
Hardwlck Marlowe, whose reildenc 1* true ropy of said map or plat being Clerk of the Circuit Court In and degrees 66 minutes Went 801.5 .
Conway, South Carolina. attached to the Petition filedIn for Bradford County, Florida. feet: thence North 34 degrees 12
,the above entitled cause on the T. Prank Landrum_ Attorney. for minute. Wet feet \
You are required to appear on November ------ n 280.7 thence
let, 1943, In the above-named flth day of October A. I). 1943. by Petitioner8TATB North 28 degree 09 minutes West
Court and esu e, wherein plaintiff seeks the Bradford< divorce and no other relief, Bradford subdivision of the State of Florida, COUNTY OF BRADFORD ) 41 minute West 233.1 feet; thence
County Telegraph shall publish this Or- against you, and each of you seeking I, A. J. Thomas. Clerk of the South 82 degree 65 minute West
der In next tour weekly luuei.Wltnci to condemn for public road Circuit Court of the Eighth Judicial 832.9 feet to the West boundaryof
and highway drainage purpose Circuit In and for Bradford the 8WH of NEVi of said Section
my hand and official aeal at the said parcel of land situate, County, Florida do hereby certify 2S at a point 44 feet Southof
8t.rke. Florida, this 29th' of September lying and being In Bradford that tbe above and foregoing I* a Northwest. corner thereof; said
1843.Offlcl.1 County, l Florida and mare par true and correct copy of the rip of land containing 4.16 acre, Will Continue '
( Seal) A. J. Thomas ticularly described a* follow.:; Notice In Eminent Domain Proceeding or less. We' Doing Business .Under The Name Of
As dark of said Court. PAHCEL 1 Issued on the 8th day of more
John J. Hendnraon Elq., October A. D., 1943. In the c".eof PARCEL a
Alt/, for Plf. 10-1-46 10.22 That Section portion 26 of Wof! 6 NE'of Bradford County a political That portion of NEVi of SEVi of
Township VI South subdivision of the State of Florida Section! 28, Township t South.
Range 23 East lying thin 50
v*. Ernest Wunderlich et al, Defendants JACOBS'
feet of a ditch centerline, said Common LAW Case No. Range 22 East lying within 50 feet
COUNTY FLORIDA IN CHANCERY. ditch centerline being described aspassing.
laaae L. Todd Plaintiff ".. Carrie acres* said WV4 2718: a* the same appear on file of ditch survey line described aa
Prince Todd Defendant Caw No. 2701. serfoad *: In thin officeWITNESS -. beginning on the North boundary
my hand and official of said
NEV4 of SE14 at a point
6-____ ___ _._ U It. .;. _._ .oa. seal at Ktarke. Bradford County, 134.8 feet East of ,
Florida this eth day of October Northwest corner TO JACOBS' AND SAVE
A. D. 1943. thereof and run thence South
A..1. THOMAS. 41 degrees. 66 minutes East 289.7
A* Clerk Circuit Court, Bradford feet; thence South 46 degrees 38 I
County Florida minute East 442.6 feet to end ofexisting
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