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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 15, 1943
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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'ork began last week ,on ,1m ,By T. L. ,Hamlter' No longer wlfj( Bradford County Hon. Charles A. Darby Although the proposed 200 I

menU to, the local' Sea- property owners have to make a Mayor of Starke white family unit housing project t

d railroad station that will The Bradford Tornadoes play; trip\ >> to Gainesville In order to Starke, Florida has been cancelled because the

nearly $+0,COO. G..T._Daniel, their fourth consecutive h o m e transact business with the Rent
Chief Engineer W.auceLte k.7 FA,1 Control Office. Dear Mayor Darby: Florida Public Housing Authority
isentic gam of the current season when
the Seaboard ,Wm. 1. Duke, area supervisorfor decided there. were already sufficient !
from Va. they meet Newberry tonight (Friday the Galnesville-Starke district I wish to express to you. and through you to the citi-
in Norfolk. accommodations for white
Offices
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rot engineer Inspector. ) at Bradford Park. announced this ;Ygaek that he and zens of .Starke, the great appreciation ,this ,Center '

r re as the men t s will IncludeIla Coach Hobbs seemed to be in an assistant wIU1 In Starke. alt for the beautiful reception given the evening of October war workers In this area, workbegan !

prove sheds over both north I an optimistic frame o' mind at day Tuesday ot each week and Seventh. last week on the 180 negro

southbound tracks from he and your reporter watched a will maintain headquarters In the family units on the County Roada

ington St. to lOtli Street squad of 25: youngsters going court roorrt.bn'the I second floorof For their bountiful hospitality and friendly and open- quarter of a mile north of Road ..

td 48)), The depot will be about the business of blocking, the ,,couAty.i,"courthouse here. hearted expressions of interest 'in the personnel of this 4& In Reno. Pat B. Smith. Project :f,

:Jiened 20 feet on the ,,south iii tackling and scrimmaging with Anyoie wishing to obtain various Center, we are deeply grateful.You Engineer George K. Jones J
roof will ,be BO" ex- unu"ualElp on Tuesday andWed-: blanks or transact other mat- ,;)
and the may be certain that we shall do our utmost to Mechanical and Electrical .
ters with the rent office do Engineer
nesday, Halfback McRae was may
of thee
,,0as(\ to compose part :Millard F. Caldwell, former back in.harness, as well as three so by coming"Jo the courthouseon attain and, maintain a cordial and mutually beneficial. and H. 0.Dalton.; Electrical

West Florida congressman: and new aspirants, all of whom bid Tuesday _of each week. relationship between this Center and Starke. Engineer, all for the FPHA, are
landing platform will ex- now a practicing a 11 o rney In fair to recognition on the grounds, as Is also Ander- '
gain early as
900 feet south of Washing Tallahassee, announced this week son Reuts. Supt for the contrac I
SL, and 300 feet north oft that: he would be a candidate for ball players. IRTC Chorus Sincerely yours, tore Thomas P, Coogan, of Little :r

St. for ,the northbound the Democratic nomination for Little is 'known, here<' concernIng To Sing SundayAt Rock Ark, "

Ic, and 200 feet south of Governor of Florida.He I Newberry's power;,but if we C. W..tale : i'
There will be
hlngton and 600 feet North Is the second candidate to are any judge of school boy spirit, Baptist'' Church SO buildings lathe f
Is in for sound drubbing project, Mr. Smith said last
Tenth for the southbound announce for the someone a
Governorship
t I Brigadier General' U. S. Army. week, each building containing *,, *
The tnfa n r y Replacement ,
Ic. Each track will have : the: first In ,the race being from the Tornadoes, who '
Center'Chorus' directedby from 4 to 6 units under one roof.
,
t a 1200-foot landing plat- Starke' R. A. (Lex) Green, now ; seem determined to have revengeon Training
The '.I 1
= buildings will be tem
Si' of
Major John' Greenfield will
said. their next foe for their last
t, Mr. Daniel lervlng as Congressman at Large : '
side-track will beg two defeats. appear affthe First Baptist Cemetery Funds porary frame construction, with r?. t
me of the from Florida.School Lovett To '
Union church In :3! t a tk e on Sunday OpenGroceteria a minimum of critical material f
and the Western Barring further practice Injuries '
Used
All Up \
morning, October. 17, in connection being used. Sand-clay road will
bave to move some of itsto '' the squad .
every man on
Plant with t' K regular worship be laid throughout the project
i make room for the 1mcmenta. 1 will be ready for action: exceptCenter Carl Johns, treasurer of the f'
by the contractors to
service, which beings at 11 0'- HereLovett's according
The entire station Manning, who was InjuredIn fund ,,being raised to clean and Florida State Highway specifications. '" 1
be renovated and remodelled.the the-second game of .the seaaon. clock. maintain Crosby Lake Cemetery, ) '
chorus Lieut. Mr. Smith stated. The
white and colored walt- Still InadequateAt The IRTO with stated that the fund pro- ', ,
ticket office Alfred W. Halght, of Syracuse; Tuesday with headquarter In ject, fully equipped, will cost In { '
rooms and the exhausted, and that
Junior Red Cross was entirely
bave Ule-tex floor and a N Y... aa organist Is_ planned asa work had practically ceased there.It Jacksonville l will open their neighborhood of $300,000, and

changes will be made In the a recent meeting I the To Meet Oct. 21 permanent, largely' : atloa, with la the plan of those In charge, Groceteria No. 79 In Starke within will be ready for occu pan o y 'f !
1 believed.
the personnel of men ex- around Feb. It Is 't
pige room. The station will County Board of Public Instruc- after the Cemetery has been about two weeks, to
The to' In according
stay*permanently
tinted both outside and In- tion passed a resolution requ.tIng first meeting of the pected cleaned, to keep one
thoroughly Its
District ,Superintendent D. M. "''
and a new roof will be add- further assistance from the count -wlde 'Junior Red Cross the camp.Lemuel It is T.sponsored Fagan re by, plan busy there permanently; but Eller, who was here Friday and Thorn Reports

The entire Job should be federal Works Agency In providIng committee will be held on Thursday Chaplain. unless money -Is forthcoming, the several days this week. Lovett' On Year's Work I ,,; ,
membered former con- 1
Oct. 21, at 3:30: P. M at fl'Ol1ibis j'
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pleted not later than Feb. 1. adequate school facilities for work can neither be completednor has leased the Green building on "
Division.
the USO-TMCA across the street nection with thf 79th At USO Club
Daniel stated Wednesday. Starke and Bradford County's Increased maintained. Call Street, occupied for the past :
officers and enlisted men
Both .
from B;, H. S. All lay and
school population. The ,j,1 I
While Police Officer Ben C. five years by Alexander' store,
membersof I
teacher are asked to at- who enjoy singing are All officer of the Committee :
sponsors -
greatly enlarged BHS is already 4.j' ,
trish Holidays Moltzendorf has been responsible and has sent William Campbellhere i
wholly Inadequate to meet the tend. ,They Include the following: the chorust of Management, of the USO Club .' ,
from Jacksonville '
of the to
nerved Here needs It Is said. Smoker, Mrs. Eugene Long, Mrs. This will be the first appearance for raising a good part super- operate} 'by the YMCA were reelected -
funds, D. A. Judd Is due much rise the< alteration necessary for
Lonnie Parker; Graham, Mrs. of this organization! outside at the regular meeting: OJ} ,
The introduced byS. the successful of therteW".lf..emc.'tor.
resolution,
broughtout operation
credit and 'It was
ifhg the High Jewish Holl- Ruth Frazier; Hampton, 'Mrs. of chap ..mra, at the camp, praise heldTuesday D1&ht.a.t. 8 o'clock. f I
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board .
member .
E. Sparks, for giving' his time and 'ver ;
beginning at sundown Frt I i Flog-'Sullivan, :Mn. J. B. Home;; and the' first time' that many of Joseph E. Wilson was elected to s,'", "1
evening and, closing at sun- !, points out the following facts; Kellbronn. Mrs. Lillie Bridges# ,. the men have been out of quarantine vices absolutely free tOt the supervision Mr. Campbell Is using local car serve another year'' as chairman:,

n Saturday evening, services The recent large increase In POP- Mrs. Pearl Norman; Lawtey, :Mrs. and' allowed to come to of the work. Those wish- penters and mechanics, and, out A. J. Thomas, vice chairman: E., I"'

e held at the USO Club op- ulation )in this vicinity, due to Blanche Edw r d s, Mrs. Mabel Starke. iS order to introduce Ing to make a donation to the side of a )manager, 'Mr, Eller L. Matthew, recording secretary :

fed by the Jewish Welfare mIl1tary'actlvltle. at Camp Blan'ding Lewis; New River Mra Andrews these men properly to, the beat cause are asked to see Carl JohnsIn plans to use local help In the and Rev., Chas. H. Allen, treas i

kd, Pvt. L. Herbster of Camp ; the fact that the Federal Mrs. E. A.: Sapp; Rising. people In Starke,, 'arrangementsare the City Hall, who will con tore, so far as they are obtain- urer.
Public Housing Authority, will tinue to act treasurer of the yes r
handle
as able. The new store will
ding officiated at these ser- Mrs. Pearl Crosby, Mrs. R. L. being made to have the New members Introduced 'at .
380 units for
family "
and the Jewish boys whoP soon erect this Kelly; Vanderbilt, Mrs. E. M. chorus members to dinner In fund. western meats, fresh vegetablesand this meeting were Capt. A. P. '
both white and colored In
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permitted to be away from Immediate "the fact that Johns; Starke, Mrs. R, F. Dem- homes, and a few are availableto 'a full line of groceries. Strozdaa, Special Service Officerof

3? Blanding over the week- vicinity;addition built oreat, Mrs. Rosa Cook, Mrs."Whit- ; any who may wish. to give Fire EquipmentBids the IRTC at Camp Blandlng.
the new
were In attendance, Louis last already la crowded to 10 per- field, Mrs. Florence Mtllla: Mrs. theM: dinner and offer the hospitality OpenedThe Hardy ResignsTo and Cap John H. Downing,
!/fliin. President of the Club year also Rose Cook, teacher Senior High of their homes that day. Special Service Officer of the "
cent above its capacity; and t Enter Service
ed 1 yesterday. that the County is unable to finance ,sponsor; Mrs. Rawson Davis, Sr. Any who desire them may ,have City Council In special session Keystone Army Air Field. Brig. '

It t the conclusion of the sere the addition, though it lay sponsor; Mrs.' Evelyn Ritch, the: opportunity by phoning 130 at 2 o'clockTuesday after- Charles Hardy, who has been Gen. E. W.' Tales, commanding

, dinner was served for all will gladly furnish the site, free teacher sponsor. Elementary; immediately or contacting the noon opened and read aloud the employed In the office of Dr. W. officer df the IRTC, and Lt. Col.

tut. t of all encumbrances, if the FWA Mrs. Ethel Biggs, co-sponsor ele pastor, the Rev. A. E. Llghtfoot. bid which had been presented El Mlddl ton. County Superintendent L A., Bpllman, commanding officer ,:'

will furnish 100 percent of ,the mentary. The choir will sing at the for' the sale of a fire truck and of Schools since June 1940, of the Keystone Army Air '"

ie-Man Bond Drive funds for the erection of the in- AU other teachers and principals w.o r ship service, "Sanctus" by fire equipment. Only three firms has resigned his position and expects Field, were elected as honorary

creased school faclltlea. 'are heartily urged td attend Gounod; MPrayer<,*of. 'Thanksgiv .were represented, and the Coun- I to enter the Army Air, member of the committee.

!Louie Shafkln, proprietor of The.Board "resolved" that ."the also. Plans will be completed at ing" by Kr mser:1 "Jesu, Joy: of cil has not yet definitely decided l Corps In the near; future, Julius L. Thorn, director of ,

Camp Blanding Jewelry' and Federal Works Agency be' requested this time for' enrollment week, Man's Delight" "by: Bach; "Send whether to accept the bid I of He'' took physical and mental the.club. for the past year, gave

nary Store, was personally re- to give consideration to Nov. 119.Ration: Out Thy Llrbt' by Gounod anda Peter Pinch' & Sons of Atlanta, teats 'on August 31 and passed a comprehensive report of activities ,
able for War' Bondshe closing cx1eon.'America". of the AmericanLaTranceFoamlte the 12 month "
selling the needs ,of ,Bradford County, Ga., or that all requirements with the exception during past
: extent of J21.300 face to the end that school facilities Book 4 Lieut. Halght, organist, will Corporation of of being i slightly under- and plan for the coming year. I

I'. or $15975, issue value, dur- be provided for both white and play "Chorals and ,Variations" by Elmira N. Y; weight. He Is now at the homeof He stated that the total building I
the recent Third WarLoan To Be Issued for prelude; "Andante"by attendance for the was !: ,
negro children;" "that surveys by t Bach, a However according to City his mother Mrs. Charles year

e> in Bradford County, he proper Federal agencies be Inaugurated Thursday and Friday, Oct. '21 Hopkins, for an offertory, and Clerk Carl Johns, It is highly Hardy, sr:, in Gainesville, and 268,180, or an average of 732

yesterday at once by Federal and 22. have been set aside 'as Alleluia" by Armystrong, for a probable that part of the equip plans to ,take the second series per day. Information services t

When I saw that Bradford Works agency, to ascertain both dates for registration for War I >ostlude. ment Will be bought from one of exams on Oct. 15: at which 1 totaled 29,699. or an average of
the
nty still needed $53,000 tot the Immediate and the future Book 4 according to W. The pastor will bring a mar and the balance from the other time he confidently hopes to 82 per 'day, the report showed.Among .

its Ha quota, I got busy", he schOOl needs of the County. The L.Ration Blair, Chief,Clerk at the local sage, on "Unconditional Surrender" firm. The hose was purchased "make. the grade"! the outstanding event, J

ida saw his many. Jewish Board, however, in Its resolution Rationing Board. Registration for the morning. hour of several months ago Fire ChiefR. Miss Frances Peek, another em- of the year were the entertain-
In town and raised the size construction worship. 'All are cordially invited C. Buford stated. ment of sailors from the Jack-
leaves the number, at the following of the office, haa taken
'T and will take place ploye ,
helped the Countyo sonville Naval Air Base, the National' f
the proposed ;
and cost of County the Mr. duties and Mrs.
schools In Bradford over Hardy'si
{
nearly $10,000 over Us : Open House reception, the i i'I'
a of 197422. buildings entirely to the discretion principals and teachers of the The personnel of the' chorus Fire Damages James Blacksbear (formerly Miss '' Appearance of the University of .

of the FW A. based upon the results schools having charge; Starke, for this appearance Is: Garage ApartmentThe ; Beverly Cady) has been employedto 'I' Florida Glee Club, performancesby

of the proposed survey. Lawtey, Reno Hampton. Hell- First 'tenor: Lie ut Herman take over the secretarial position -. Jacksonville
the Little Theatre
,'The Library In view of the fact that San- bronn Springs and Brooker.All Frankel, Lieut.' Wm. : 'T,, Laurence fire siren, sounding ex- vacated by Miss Peek. :and the Camp Blanding Birthday .
archlt&t who
ford W..Coin, the must register Mr. Blair Pvt. Kenneth F. ,,KaeUton.. Sgt. actly 12 o'clock noon Tuesday I

1 3t'R.\lA S/. SURGEON by Gor- assisted'the Board in drawing enlarged up- stated ,and ,the requirements are John Shellenberger. Pvt.. Reginald caused some of the "old timers" City Fines Total I Party.* Mr. Thorn also stated that because

Seagrave. M. D., Is not the plans for the present simpie-namely, those who apply Seston to think the old custom of blowIng I of the, need for books at

'"Vlly a war book, al- BHS, Is now In the armed for ration book 4 must present Second 'tenon Pfc. Barney the whistle at noon each day Nearly ,$10,000During I: the Keystone Army Air Field. the '

'ugh r. It written Is In the heat of forces, the Board. In a second O. C. ration book 3. Those who do not Schultz Pfc. ,Edward Fielding, was being revived. However*' a I, the term ef Starke Club Is taking 30 book a. "
a doctor' bookJut : resolution, Introduced by one-year
his work the services of now possess book' 3 will have Pvt. Walton Fish Pvt. Owen rage; apartment belonging to Mayor 1., A, Canoga, ,from October month to the day room there. j
and those who retained '
*a him In It. Kelley, Mellon C. Oreeley. ample time between, 'now' and Moyer, Pvt. Maes. Charlie J. Powell 'near the' in- 1. 1942 to October 1, 1943, Because of a lack of postal and '

t forthright Unaffected his successor advisor In this the registration date to secure First bass: Cpl. J. B_ Hilly a rd. ersectlon of Road, 28 with Laura fines and' bend put up by city banking facilities at the AirField
it .reflects professional
hting spirit a as its and recommended to one, Mr. Blair said. Pvt. Curtis T. McFall P{ t. D. O. Street In southeast Starke was offenders netted the City of the USO staff Is goingthere ,
fine
we and action a gusto connection Federal Works Agency his w groaning, Major Wm. T. Horns damaged to the extent of $600, i Starke $9,089, according to Police I every pay day to handle '

.'as aware of,the a point humor.of employment the In the erection of Churches' Change lay, Pvt. Roger P. HendrJcka. according to Mr. Powell's estl Chief A. L> Alvarez. T "The city the' purchase of postage stamp '

I u the pitiful. 'school building for Bradford 'Hours Second bass: L eut. John Rae- mate. The damage was only partially I pollee force very nearly took care war stamps and express money "
liB say Evening Pvt. H In. covered by Insurance.The orders. '
FIGHTING SOUTH by in the future burn, e Schwageriek of itself during the year" City

'' Temple Graves., The I County Because of shorter ,daylight Pvt. Nicholas B.. Schwelkert. north, side of the building Clerk Carl Johns stated.' "These accomplishment, are not t}

hor' 811 a Southern surveys Best Foot Forward' hours with the approach of 'win Director: Major John S. Green. consists of a barn, while Sgt. Among the many case that the result of of any ,one" Mr.person Thorn or \.

Homeland and finds In It ter. and In order to avoid any and JIff". E C.' Ratcliffe occupy came up for trial, and the many group persons ;:
of wholehearted
field.Organist. said, "but rather the II
only the fighting qualities At Florida Soon confUsion. the Ministerial Alliance Lieut. Alfred' W. both of the small 2-room. apartments fine and bonds of all sizes that cooperation of the entire
t have announced the follow I Haight. were put by law-breaker*,
made up per-
< Southerners this week
;
the south side Mrs.. and
h when a movie on community, camp the employed f.
to the What happens the amount raised
color In this war ing schedule of hours for evening haps largest "
'II 1 o certain persistent 'star accepts an invitation to a services of all member churches: Club Reopens Ratcllffe said she had Just left by the Mayor and Police Department .staff Management
of
the surprise The Committee
Ie much to the and'looked back and
kitchen
which truly college prom Air peoples' organizationswill were those received In con-
represent the young will meet Nov. 9.
of again Tuesday
,hOle of America and give and consternation meet at 6:30: o'clock. After Renovation aw the oil stove on which she nection with whiskey-either 'selling -

o to us au for the fan who Invited her, forma the All evening worship services was cooking dinner flare up aDd or driving, while under the ,
conne. yean Ie background for the hljinks In will; begin at 7:30: o'clock The ,usa Club operated by the explode. Fire Chief R C. Bu- Influence of It, Shafkin Elected ;
,
THE ST. JOHNS" Is Best Foot Forward", technicolor Churches adopting this new TWOA In- the Woman'*, Club lord and his. fire-fighters arrivedon
Head Of J.W.B.At
the one that will be shown mild Ing waa-reopened to the public .
series musical film First Methodist, time and saved all the ex-
of Rivers,, of schedule are: ( Dyer At Rotary
i@rlca. and I* written by at the Florida Theatre Sunday First Baptist, Starke Presbyterianand Monday after being closed a ,tenor of I the building except ,a a meeting held at" Ann A

DCb ??*** and A. J. and Monday. Broad- St. Mark's Episcopal. week while undergoing. redecoration badly damaged roof; but the In- The Interesting history of the Harry's dining room. at 2 o'clock '

?na. Illustrated ,by, Dgriarret Based on the long-run and refurnishing.Floors terLr. including moat of the furnishings development'of the farm extension ruesday Oct. 6. the Jewish Welfare -
For-
Foot
success "Best were refl.o. abed. Inlaid was burned to a crisp.'
way Prisoner' service was reviewed by Board elected Louis Shafkla; ,
Principles ,of Radio ward" It is further brightened by- ,Gets linoleum was placed In the kltch- County Agent L. T. Dyer who Bresldept for the second term. it

nmtutlcatlon. by ,Alfred P. Harry James and his Music Makers Night Officer W E. Thornton en and rest rooms new' maple City Licenses Due was guest speaker at the Rotary Ur*. Isadore Lecln was chosen as

gan one of the new who supply the musical\ caught Thomas Waters, prisoner furniture was bought for the reception Club Wednesday. He discussed rlce-Pre* 1 den t and Mrs.' Ann

''k. to be found'at the ,pub- background and also do several who had escaped from the Lake room new rugs for the Occupational licenses for all tome of the extra: duties that his Kaufman as Secretary.

IJ instrumental CAloa Bus auditorium and other furniture types of businesses were due and office' U called to thoee
' rary. TJJ complete, noveIUosthe of Butler Jail at the upon performIn Among present were Capt.
.
11*'. practical course will .' Lucille Ball and part she Station here Wednesday night, I. being refinished: payable Oct. 1. City Clerk Carl ) wartime and asked the coop Irving Abram of the Health Unit ,

itJa e novice a thorough the visiting movie star Virginia He had been arrested In, Lake A handsome new mirror was Johns stated this week. This includes eratlon of the public In the renewed and Chaplain Chas L. Freedman: 1 /

)wledge of radio communl- i 1. ably supported by William Butler on a Charge of forging purchased and placed over the all types of vending ,machines scrap drive that Is now of Camp Blandlng. A delightful

oas, : Weidler; Tommy D I x. checks. It was said, ,ireplace- )In the reception room. also, he said. under way. luncheon was served the guest 1
'Caxton and other top performers I
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Ala., made an entire grade in Ills Jr., and daughter, Joanna, of to Dr. George M. Zeigler of Pa- Tampa and a brother, William R. Mra. B. M. MCRae
The Bradford County Telegraph studies this past summer and la Jacksonville were week-end guests latka on Oct. 1st. 1913.& Their Alford. in the XT, S. Navy. Fun W. McRae Were vlsilhg tk(t
now a freshman I n Sewannee of their parents;; Mr. and Mrs many.frlends wish them much eral services were held Monday side of J. N, Kelly
Established: 1877AAB.M.BSR Military College In Tennessee. C. M. Turney happiness afternoon: In South Prong Cemetery noon. Sunday\ I
Bernard was a charter memberof "Mrs. Baker County.T. .
T. M. Connors returned Remember
Mrs; Ellen Lowe and sons, the
our Scout Troop and a bright Thursday from spending a month N. Norman of Gum Branch Level services at
FLoRJM PR Richard and Bobby, the church
+ spent ,
6.S ASsOClA11ON pupil of B. H. S.' for several with her mother Mrs. Mary M. was a visitor here Tuesday mqrn- this wl'tk
sister Mrs
N411 week-end with her Everybody
' w.EDfIQRIAL.ASSocIA.1XW.] years. Andrews of Scrint n. Pa., and Edith Croft at Lawtey.Mr. ing. School come out to S"
George Johnson, who has beenn later visiting relatives In New The fall gardens are looking Sunday morning,
E. L Matthews ______________ Editor and Owner the New York Military Hospital York. and Mrs.' Claude Batten
| and little son,. Dempsey, of The- good and the farmers are get- Office
'J c SUBSCRIPTION RATE suffering: from wounds received Mr and Mrt. & A. Wigginsand ressa were- visiting Mr. and Mrs; ting ready to grind sugar' cane. sale at supplyPepsiCola The or all\ kind, ,,
in Africa, has been honorably -
Urutltord
daughter, Marie, were week- A. J. Fender Mrs H. M. ,McRae, Co
Vfarly. $1.13; Six Month, ll.OO discharged from the Army end guests of their parents, Mr, Sunday. Mrs and .Telegraph.a
and la uow visiting his brother- and Mrs. H. B. Wiggins: of'Hampton. Mr. and MrS. David Kelly, Mrs.
r I'ubll"hedif'f'kly on Fridays and Entered as Second in-law and sister, Mr and Mrs. Warren Kelly, and Mrs. H. M. I
Clan Mutter at the Font Office at Starke, Fla. J. H.. Dudley. McRae! and Mrs. J. W. McRae
W. E. Malone went to Marl-
Cpl. Coy Mitchell of Blanding anna Tuesday on'bUllnels, visited the bedside'of J. N. Kelly a
was a week-end guest of Mr. Mrs. J. L. Robinson went to Saturday afternoon. Mr. Kelly
has been .ill several weeks. We
and Mrs. J. H. lloncrlcf.'
Jacksonville Monday to spend
"Careless Matches Aid The Axis"Recognition .
wish him a speedy recovery.R
Airs. Ira Yonge was taken; several days visiting her chil.
and' Friday to St. Vincent's Hospital ; L. Batten of Theressa and
of the prime importance of lumber dren.Mrs.
In Jacksonville where It is said L. F. Chapman was a son, Earl were visiting Mr. and
other forest products in the prosecution of the war Is the her condition Is critical. Mr. and business visitor t 0 Lake City Mrs. A., J. Fender Saturday.

keynote of the 1943-44 Wartime Forest Fire Prevention Mrs. A. M. Yonge and Ira Yongeare Thursday. Miss Mary Lou Alvarez of Vanderbilt -

Campaign which opened this week in eleven Southern almost constantly at her bedside Miss Myra Land has returned and. Misses Gwendolyn" and
from a lengthy visit with her Shirley McRae were dinner
,States., Mr. and Mrs W., E. Malone sister I Mrs A. E. Swain.in guests of Miss Odessa McRae
"With lumber high on the list of critical war materials, and daughter, Willa Jean, will Perry. Sunday.Sad .
wrest fire prevention assumes a greater importance this move this week to Lake City. We news reached Mrs. Ellen
wish them every happiness and PINE LEVELBy Lowe concerning her nephew,
ear than at any time in the Nation's history", points out
success in their new home. Winthrop Alford 17, of"Jackson:
tate Forester Henry J. Malsberger, .who is acting ,as co- Mrs. W.. 8. Nail of Starke wasa Mrs.,..U.Me.. .M. McRaeZEIOLEBSTRICKLAND ville, who was a victim of the

,rdinator among State and Federal forest personnel in spend-the-day guest of Chap- shipyard explosion last, week. HIs
lain and, Mrs. L. A Shepherd Mr. and Mrs.'R.. M. Crosby an- survived by Mi mother, Mrs.
bringing campaign information before the Florida public.
Tuesday. nounce the marriage of their Nettle Alford, of Jacksonville Company Long IIaml City. N. 7
The campaign was timed to coincide with the Southland's Mr. and Mrs. C, M. Turney, niece, Miss Doris Mae Strickland, his father, E.' C. Alford, of Franchise Bottlers Pepsi-Cola Bottling Co., of Jackson

greatest forest fire danger' period, extending from October ,

,into the late spring. e

The U. S. Department of Agriculture points out that

last year such fires in the South alone cost $28,000,000 in

damage-to say nothing of millions of man-hours of labor I
BACK THE TEAM
diverted from war production to put out fires. Besides the !

valuable wood and the man-hours lost forever to the war

effort, smoke palls from such fires near air fields cost sev- II

eral thousand hours of training of fledgeling pilots. Firesin

coastal areas aided enemy; submarine attacks at nightby

silhouetting ships. The smoke palls also provided a SEE EVERY : HOME GAME THIS, SEASON

protective screen for underseas marauders.In ,

a statement to the press today, Joseph C. Kircher,

Southern Regional Forester, with headquarters in Atlanta,

said,' "public agencies, private groups and industries realize B.H.S. vs"NewbeiITO5Ti1 1

the importance of wartime forest fire prevention. It is also .

up to each individual American to do his part to help lick

the Axis by preventing forest fires.." .

ADMISSION:

UNCLE BRADFORD
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,w By J. L. IIARRELL rs SERVICE MEN

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Some of my friends have ad- I his room rent, board and wash $ 30c
rlaed me to quit writing about ing. .. ,
o '!!t f' .
uawtey folks or I might accident- Some of the Lawtey folks .
ally tell the truth about someone claim that this old gent is a
and get shot so' full of holes my I' Chinaman just because he keeps .
hide wouldn't hold shucks, let three or foulrat traps runningat r
alone plums and Keefer pears. the time. Others claim he .
But I never was one to profit by must be Hebrew because he solda SCHEDULE
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good advice, anyhow.The pair of shoes one day for $2.19
population of Lawtey consists and claimed he was selling below 'j. \
of men, women and children cost. Then, the very next Y .
from babes of a few days day, sold a pair Just like them ',1'w( :. \ ;' ''' "" ,: ;

old .to an old gent who must be for 99c and said he was making k"v;, : r". 'i : ,,;'' Sept..24 Lake Butler 13 BHS 18 i
well over 200. If you doubt this 10 percent profit! -
Just ask my friend Booger Lewis./
I have been asked so many
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During corn shipping season \
18 years ago this old gent was times where Lawtey got her ,' .?.a Oct. Alchua 13 BHS 0
orating about whathe'd done name that I wrote Bella Whitehorse '," "' (" .. .
during his long life. Booger got that 400-year-old Indian ''''41". --
out a pencil and kept tab. Whenhe woman in Wlldfork, Ala., and she ;> ,
said the ; Oct. $ ova J Green.Cove 19 'I < '- : B. .H.. S. ''13 .. '
added up the total it ran to name originated .from '. J (( '. ,.,, ,.; "'' .,, :
something .like 182 years. How- bootleggers and moonshiners yel. [" "''..... 11''' ,' ,., ..:,t" "" 'VI.. .1 ,... '. :. \( L." J' .> ." '
Booger said he didn't count ling "Yonder comes the Law'' ,, 'I'" '" t t V- '
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years c Newberry < ;', t .' .: Here ,4,
bars-footed, lived In Georgia; or around the bend of the road. ? :. } ;k!.' JtI.. .

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torla how to operate a singer tru h. Or again, it may be Just ', paldwm', .; tt.h' ': Here" .'
machine for half the truth. Who knows? "
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ANNIVERSARY OBSERVEDThe : Scout. Troop No. 104 enjoyed awelne A'' VNov.vl2 I,' ., '.," ', ,.', 1.f. '

ft Community Club held its ,' roast Saturday night in ':' ''' '7": St. Paul (Jax) ,'" ..:'jj'i; TentativeThere "
n anniversary meeting T u e. day. the yard of Scoutmaster, J, P. k'':.'''' V .. ; ...'" ,
The club with Warren:: After a feast of welners :.'.,J "l .
room was lovely V "
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many yellow Fall flowers arranged X- '
'' games were played and the boys :.; ,, Nov ',-:19 Jasper ', 'f!,
by the flower committee. were glvertthe! Tenderfoot,tests- ,.f.. **#.Vu4. s. ii, .
: At one o'clock a bountiful luncheon and _,re'''now studying on-tne,seoiond .. ., ".., : ''l ,' \ I' .,I. ... .-." ..- .. ., "...,.. ...
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i' was served by the outgoingto class \test.Those'' present '1' +if+ < 'c-i -' ov.J"z'' : High Springs. > "'"' ::1'4' '; I
the Incoming officers) end were: li e i"e Bradley Jimmie <: ; Mere >,
Brown Godwin, Delbert and
other club members on I card Spen-
tables daintily arranged with cer' Crews,'( James Godwin, Roy .
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pretty linens and centered with Waldren of Raiford and Mascot '"
vases of pink rows. Three visit. Jlmmie. Warren. ,
r ors were present Mrs. Ora Part. r -t .
Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Hol-
1_ ney, Mrs. Madge Bosarth and yn -
Hngsworth and cntydren, Jo and '
, Mrs. W. S. Nail'of Starke. After Billy, of Palatka were week-end SCHLITZ & OLD MILWAUKEE' STARKE &
;' BEAUTY SHOP i
r a short social period, the business STARKE' DRY CLEANERS
guests of their parents, Mr. and .
session was opened by the Mrs. Archie Dobbs. BEER '4, .LINNIE ,OGG McCULLEY
I i president Mrs, O. L. Partney; at Mrs. P. L. Long of Ponte Verda Mgr.LAUNDRY
. the conclusion of which the '
new !was 'a guest of Or. and Mrs. R.
president Mrs. Chas. M. Turney, :P. Stubblns several days last. SAM ROSENBERG. & SON, EASTERN AUTO SUPPLY ALVAREZ STORE *
took the chair and gavel. Mrs. r'e
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't' with L.F.a. beautiful Chapman corsage presented made each byMrs !Bernard week.Word Jordan has ,reached son of Mr.U8. that and THE GUIDON GRILL : ., A VAN H. PRIEST ,Sc TO $1 ,STORE ,CARL JOHNS
J. O. Caldwell. Plans were '
Mrs. A. A. Jordan, former neigh.

4 be made given for,on a Hallowe'en Friday night party before to :bon here, but now of Headland J. H..COURTMANCH-Je! .DENMARK FURNITURE,CO.MAUDE'S LUNCH ROOM

r/ Hallowe'en to which all'employees '

k't > are invited. GET THE CITY TRANSFER CO. H. C. WALL .AGENCY Insurance A & P FOOD STORE
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f guest at a birthday surprise supper 8flJNDIGESTON LEILA'S -
Sunday night. A chicken JERRY'S PLACE' '
.; supper with all the ''flxlns anda ;i DRESS SHOP AND BEAUTY SALON MAGNOLIA HOTEL
lovely birthday cake,compdsed A
"' the menu enjoyed by Mr. and KIDD'S SINCLAIR SERVICE'S BLANDING CENTERRESTAURANT
Mrs. J. O. Godwin, Mr. and Mrs. B1SM&REXjQ MARKET *
R. J. Kite. :Mrs. J, W. Rltch and
Mrs. Charles Priest, who all KOCH DRUG STORE
brought gifts to the honor guest. T ELECTRIC SHOE SHOP BOB'S TAVERN

Mrs H. L. Parker left last A. M. DARBY'S
Thursday Jacksonville.to visit relatives in Carpenter's Drug Store Across From Park Theatre 'H. E. TUCKER, Sinclair Agent



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BRADFORD COUNTY TRUCGRAMl.
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I Is substantial' amount has been saved dally by \
or where the average family the steady Increase -
SCHOOL \ result with-I in contribution is very en-
BRADFORD couraging. Florida 1 Is asked by '
of a the government to salvage 79,000
as al* pounds of fat each month and
by the pur- Bradford County must do its part
STAFF prevent "pho-,Not only must -Stark and Brad'I I ''I
Editor-In-Chief Green Cove Defeats Bradford High accommo-for a ford County do Its full share In

Freddie Wimberly and for Waste fat drive but also In the
Co-Editor It was also campaign for tin can*. L. T.
Virginia Sewell 4 Home EC. News"We Tornadoes Bow tenants from Dyer, County Agent and chairmanof
Senior Biographies Susie SeesitHo To Powerful under threat' the County Salvage Committee I
Roberta Whitfield In such cases' tried to find a chairman for
'. Hazen, are stumped! Home EC. has
___ Marjorie Davis News is OpponentsPlaying causes: of but In vain/
\ w, 6 without a name! Readerswon't workers this job
s _-------. Darby' Peek Hum! Another week. Don't you PLEASE help us by their third war had other "Each individual In, Bradford I .
Edgar Wilkinson Lola ElechaJo want to mention the football turning In your suggestions with the season Bradford High I County is requested to contribute y

iii Features -Jimmy Davis game,but Just have to say that your name to the Editor\ or drop nadoes lost 'by a is suf four tin' can, or one pound eachmonth"
Caldwell. ping them in the new box? evasive
our boys sho' put up a fight- margin 'to a fast-stepping Florida
said.
Martin :Mr.
Phyllis Dyer
It In the ,
thy Faxon. seems that homemaking is OPA
Missed
Bobby McRae and the of Veterans from Green
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Melverna Thornton. boys from Lawtey out on the going to be very Interesting this Springy, [i off of in-ml- shipped during May June and
ubly Martha Lee Martin.Strlngfellow field. Seemed funny to see 'em .year, especially with "the new. The locals were conceded Septem-centers. July a total of 2,272,060 poundsof I
Margaret slttin in, the grandstand. And teacher :Mrs. Cook. She' has chance of stopping their tin cans to the detlnnlng cen
another surprlsln' fact was that given us the choice of either sew experienced opponents 20 per cent ters. "Every citizen in the County
Editorial Lawtey wasn't Interested a'tal in ing or cooking but It seems the first half served to Is a trial !Is asked to accept his definite responsibility -
the game. Betty Hayes, Collette majority prefer sewing. game predictions. The that the ;
nat U the meaning of the and Anlce Green kept them just Mrs. Cook said "The football line-up found Green Cove does not af- In salvaging these
education? I am sure you plenty occupied. Also from Law- boys should love the Home EC. six lettermen at least to conform desperately needed materials", I
heard It very often. You tey were Billy and Lou Edwards girls for repairing their jersey whom had had 'two years' 'Act it will Mr. Dyer said. j
know It Is something you (and they are Hot' cousins) for the football season. The last ball experience while the : 1-3 back to.cent.the I
to I have to make a success Couldn't 'help but wonder 'who period class was really doing its nadoes boasted' only one ; per Knight Sells Lot !
ur life Mr. Webster says that 'eut little gal was that part; Marjorie Davis struggling with actual g a m e '
i the systematic training of Olin White wan with! pretty hard with that elbow prior to this aeaaon. I Col D K. Knight recently sold
moral and Intellectual faclll- Billy'' O ,erstreet. sack Hall and patch and it seems that Evelyn McRae was confined to the I two acres of land facing Road 13,
To obtain this systematic Freeman Register helpingout the Hall wasn't doing; so good with because of a bad cold. a mile or so north of Starke, to
Ing you must start at them Band-Bunny and her old flame her darning either. Martha Lee's Green Cove, lost no Blandlng ,William Harris.. The consideration -
of the' ladder of knowl- reunited. Gee! Wish I could get Job was pretty easy tying the showing the local fans when they I waa 9100, and It U :Mr. Har -4
You must climb every step me a man! Bernice :McMillan threads. But boys If you find perience an< [by one. This a* you al- passed the 16th mark this week. that the letters on those new jerseys do over smaller, less I ; company the property Col. Knight said.
know, starts when you bojrammar Ran Into Frederick Watterson are crgpked just blame it boys. Starke lost the The deed made' August SO, was
[ school. You have back at school. Shoo looks goodIn on Betty Gene, she-did' It. Green Cove elected to 1 post explain recorded Oct. 2.
I a few steps further when, Navy Blue The sixteen girls In first period Taking the ball on the colony
_reach, Jr. High SchooL Then Noticed the Seniors in a dither have all chosen: sewing for their their own 30, Green Cove and IMPORTANT NOTICE
really think you know every- so I followed one of them Into first project. It seem that Mar ed steadily down the field AppU'j.' .. even a few
when you reach Senior the auditorium and took a look ga>tet Stringfellow and Hazel perfect blocking for the Standing; The local Woman's) Christian I
but you are ,really only at the rings the seniors were cog- Packham are looking out for score. of year .ago. Temperance Union was presented
Home EC. and Ed. at were a certificate of merit for beinga
way. Itatin' over. They're very very Physical Starke coutd show no \
bile climbing this ladder you pretty! the same time by making a pair sive powers at ),all soldiers, "Hold Fast Union"last, year I
Iota of chances to betters I've bout decided to go out' bt port8, 'Margaret Sapp Doris first quarter and Coach jeeps, and of which we are very proud.
!s You are also offered for football since the Lts. have Hodges, and Roberta Whitfield played every available man n d machine 1' Our W. C. T. U. year begin \
II planned program In which started practicing with the team. are preparing for the football effort to stop the a strategic Oct. 1st each year in Florida
um plan your vocation. You Someone in the Senior Class season by making Jumpers. Nice seemed to romp,up and and the recent-state conventionheld I
elect the studies that will brought his pet spider to school going girls, we wish you luck. field at will. : reptile to In St. Petersburg celebrated {\
lour vocation. and offered it to Freddie 'and Please don't forget that if you Green,'Cov.*scored again surviving the the 60th anniversary of the state ,.
ou have that chance, why since Mary Jo sits near Freddie have any suggestions to, makeon In the' second period, and ,, departed ,organization and showed greater 'I
you take It and make some- |we noticed that Mary Jo was already names for this column turn minutes' late lost 'the [interest and seal for prohibition I'
of It, in order that your at the door by the time them in to the Editor or' drop Starke on a, fumble on their hearts because of the terrible effect of t
ol 1 and your parents can Freddie had the spider. P. S. them In the news box. yard line. Colson carried I a saurian or intoxicating liquors on our war '
y I be proud. Did you hear the screams coming Until the next- right end for a first : be satisfied efforts. '
Editor from Freddie's mouth? -B. and E. to Bernie for Starke's first a palm shoot The local Union is one of the
My what budding artists we The whistle indicating from the oldest In the state, having been
\\aor BiographiesEMORY have In art class! The artists HONOR ROLL12th found the Tomadpes getting I organized 05 years ago and all it
were the color of the charcoal second wind. through the years have had as t
: BROWNe when they came out the other Grade: The third quarter saw member some of Starke's best
(. quiet, small blonde with a day. Edgar assures us that It's Joyce Atkinson Lola Belcha of action as each side and most Influential Christian j
p grin and a good .sense of I a blond In Crescent City. What' Mary Jo Caldwell. Marjorie Davis touchdown to bring the citizens, both men and women.
|or !la Emory Brown., But I she got that a Starke girl hasn't Myrtle Dobbs, Mary Drlskill, 19-13. Several times Miss Olive Ray has the honor of
l let his dignified appearance got? Don't say it, we can dream Dorothy Faxon Georgia Gilpln fourth period both someone being the first to pay dues for
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you. This brain child from can't we? Doris Hodges, Ph 111 p Latzen, Green Cove threatened I office 1943-44. Any' others who wish
plan is in on everything.irys These Senior girls are getting Phyllis' Marten, Gene Nogel Dar neither seemed to have the why some- their due to. go into' the State -
birthday Is' December desperate. Even heard one of :'by Peek, Wayne Sargent Virginia it took to go over for .a I j '0 n e locally treasury this first month, please I
lid I until then he Is 15 years them saying she was going to Sewell, Hazel 'Starr, :Melverna down :"Jj : and ,disposal tend to Mrs F, A. Scott Very
buy the ring and the You remember that -
pop question Thornton, Dor o t h Watterson BOon signing
He is one of the few sen* y G.-een Cove Is rated one ,
[Ito will graduate when he'' Never mind, girls, next Roberta Whltfjeld. best team Starke will is that the pledge, and paying your
year is leap year. 11th Grade:' and I done but mo i dues give you the honor and
this our boys
And by the don't forget season of member of ,
way given to privilege being a
ry dislikes! redheads (says Audrey Crews Myrtle Bradley considerable Impr 0 v e m e I :
the dance after the tonight. District State National i'i'
game know the local. ,
| ire too flrey), football and Frances Colley. Lor a Crews, holding the score to a people
Missed not having it last Fri of this
and World Organization ;
ka Although his dislike Dorothy Crosby, Marie Edwards down margin. manager of
| few big likes a'l' e many. day. Stella Hayes Bar b a r a Keen Is collect wonderful body of "Organized
r them are fresh water the blonde carried to one extreme Louise Parish, Pansy Reddish CommissionersMet to 400 Mother Love", for God and Home {
Rivera Clarice Rosier each week and every Land.
og, airplanes pretty girls -red, which as everyone Dorothy ,
tree; ,) baseball Deanna will agree. Is the first sensible :Mary Ellen Wasdln. MondayThe the Ash P Mr. F. A, Scott
Ig food, books by James and sane thing that has appearedin 10th Grade The President, Starke W. C. T. U
Curwood, and Tommy Dor- her effort for survival. It hall Marvin Montgomery Lila Rae Board of County it where Oct. 11, 1043. "
k orchestra. His favorite sub- been rumored that for the past Caldwell Esther Grlffis, Betty sioners in regular session I into high
(n pre-fllght and biz favorite year her main contact with her i Jean Hiatt. Seletta Sparks. 4, accepted an offer from r
er Is Mr. Sponholtz. favorites, "the blondes," has Oth Grade: ley & Davis .in the of waste Ktmtmbtr BataeaImvtit
Iter he graduates. Emoryto been through the facilities of the Joyce Moore Bobby. Dyal. $150 for the old roofing every day t
go to an aeronautical U. S. O. Organization. We accept 8th Grade: forcing, Iron, asphalt and County's 2,-
I. Happy landings Emory. this rumor, as it Is unlikely Anette Gunter, Audrey Prevatt beams at the County barns. one year A Dime Ouc of t
that her Interest in dancing Billy Smith, PhUlIp Thome Ona Tax Assessor E. W. glycerin Every Dollar. inU.S. ,
MARY .JO CALDWRLLapplneu developing to such an extent thatit Demorest. Barbara :Mayhugh.7th presented his 1"43 tax n 11. aircraft
with probable tem- would warrant her almost perfect Grade: the Board and after" due I .War Bonds ,
'7 moments of doubtfulness attendance record at the Bertern Curry Madge Brownlee ination it was accepted. i of this 1 I
"t forth on April 24. 1927 club. Patsy Ruth Hall], Doris MOD- c
h 8 Caldwell home In Winter If :Mary Jo survives the final crlef. Nancy Ann Whitney Kenneth .
i en, Fla., with the birth of thrust for a supposedly basic Grider Janet Anderson, "
iby daughter who was later education she plan to make It June Caldwell, Patsy Dew Dane- Have Coca-Cola = Here's tae
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ed i Mary Jo. The periods of more complete at F. S. W. C., lla Jordan Nancy Lightfoot, Aud- e :.
l probably occurred when next year. After that her plans rey Moore. Petty Wiggins.
IY Jo wasn't a lady .., of aren't definite. She hasn't decided ,
118. was altogether natural whether to finish college QuestionOf (IIIIiln( ( I

becoming with a major, go Into nurses
The Week
8 family soon moved to their training or to take up stenographic ,
settlement at the Florida work. Another alterna-
e Everyone has some secret.desire J
Farm We assume that tive of the very least possible or ambition In life. 'A few
was no fault of :Mary Jo's. Importance and bearing is that of them shouldn't be kept secret I
carted attending ,B. H. S.. of marriage. Of course we think so the question of the week is: M 1 I Ir r
for developed an unnatural Ilk- that Mary Jo has the foresight "What 1* your greatest desire or I \ .- '
books of all kind with to see the disaster In that step. ambition?"
.U emphasis[ on biographic. We find her very likeable and
..?. Ralph'Alvares -'"Be a lady- 'I
blonde boy., have Played worthy of our wishes of success killer." 6 4
part In Mary Jo's life with and future happiness. Darby Peek "Write 'a new
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book on 'Egg Production' ."
Wllla Jean Malone "I wish '
ULGAGUANIDINEthe I "a little taller." ,
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bla dieeaae control program calls for-control of coccidiosis andkheadvaccination" or how to build friendship in :Scotland i
for Fowl Pox Fowl Laryngotra- '
dteitis,Fowl Cholera and Fowl Typhoid.We stock the famous "'QUICK RELIEF FROM *> .. *"

lederle line of veterinary and poultry products and can Symptoms of Distress Arising from. Toasting a new acquaintance the friendly Scotsman says, Htr'f tat **. The' I

help You> reduce your poultry losses. STOMACH ULCERS t /
American fighting man responds, I fa". a "Cot?.., and a new friendship is f t"
Ask for s copy of eaVr/e ANIMAL HXALTH' GtIIJIL": DOE TO EXCESS ACID u '

KOCH'S DRUG STORECourt ...... ** iMTreafcMirttiMtMust sealed In Dundee as in Dallas. Around the globe Coca-Cola stands for '4' .'
Help.*H Will Celt: Y-NethtecOvertwn e

[ & Call Sts. / Starke Fla. TREATMENT million::- bar ho.Ueeof. *been cold IhaWTLDIRD. for relief orD tb'pamt that /r.sh.shas become the symbol of the friendlyminded.lOTTUD .
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Reception For Gen. And Mrs. Fales And L R. T. C. Staff ,Is Brilliant Event. Miss Becomes Sue Bride Strum Temple o'clock Tuesday'at Avenue afternoon the Davis by 0 read al2


Of Lieut. Bateman E. Lightfoot, t the Re,.
USO Club Is Scene of Lovely Affair I CAMERA PORTRAYS RECEPTION, HIGHLIGHTS Baptist\ Church pastor 0 the"

Given By Community Thursday NightAn A marriage characterized by Sgt. and Mr
beauty and simplicity( was that of for awhere MacMIUa 1

outstanding: event of the fall The tea table, arranged In the 7Mr1"1I? Miss Sue Strum, daughter of Mi, wedding Trip to Phbbur'
social season took Place Thursday huge ball room of the USO was and Mrs. F. D Strum of Duluth, they vislll the torn
night of last week when the centered with a striking arrange Minn., and Lt. Walter Lewis parents.home They will. fluke !in
citizens of Starke were hoHta at ment of red roses' white asters jr Bateman. son of Mrs. L. W. Bate-I for the present at tt
stone 1 g(,
a reception In honor of Brig. and blue ribbon, following: man and the late Mr'', Bateman, I.Mlllan Heights, where gR AI
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Gen. Eugene W. Fales, comman- patr I lot I c motif. .' 11 appoint- also of Duluth. The marriagetook in& taking all cadet' Ira
der of the Camp Blending Infantry ments were of silver, a-id a handsome ; place Friday evening, Oct. at the Air, Command 2b

Replacement Training Center, lace cloth covered the table. 8, at eight o'clock, In the First
1 Mrs. Fales and members of the Tall white candles In silver can- i f Methodist Church of Starke, the Cemetery Working

a General's staff. Civic organizations dlelalira added to. the effectiveness rid r + pastor, the Rev. G. C: Powell per-
churches and the four : of the arrangement. t 11ui"i. I forming the ceremony. There''' will be a cemetery *,,

Starke US 0 Clubs were Joint Guests were served dainty open / The simple but effective decorations ing at KIngsley Luke on .

cpttieiora of the e ent.the faced sandwiches, miniature biscuits in the church were small day Oct. 21. Everyone ,I. *
USO Club at Temple Ave, filled with ham or lobster, yellow chrysanthemums and fern come.' Come and bring
ana Washington St.., where the and small Individual cakes. Salted arranged In tall baskets. A pro- tools and basket dinner!

reception took place, was made I nuts and candles .were served and gram of nuptial,music was playedby
more attractive by the lavish use tea and coffee were poured from the organist, Mrs. E. K. Ferryman I-
of banana palms and other shrub lovely sliver services. ; the 'soloist, Mrs. A. Z.

bery. Huge floor baskets filled During the evening. Corporal 4s Adklns, sang "I Love You Truly", ,THE NEWt
with yellow chrysanthemumswere Eagan prominent "We a t Coast and during the ,ceremony the
placed to advantage. In the violinist now stationed at Camp T organist softly played numbers
spacious rooms. Blandlng with the IRTC, playeda suitable to the occasion. C : Je.
Guests were received at the variety of numbers, accompanied "' .
The bride had her "Z&tJtoo
door and were Introduced to at the piano by Mrs. Eagan. as matronof
honor Mrs. Hubert Gilbrlde
General and Mrs. Fales by Char- Around 500 guests called to ,
les A. Darby, mayor of Starke, meet General and Mrs. Fales and F't "t and the bridegroom's best man
and members of the hostess com- members pf the General's staff was Lt. Hubert Gilbrlde. 4'' I
mittee. during the evening. I The beautiful blonde bride was 4 f fI

attired In a white marquisette Lr !I ;
dress, fashioned In bodice
U.. D. C. Members Jr. Womans Club and worn over a foundation style of

EntertainedAt Met WednesdayThe slipper satin. Her veil was of .,
sheer illusion and she carried a
State FarmThe Junior Woman's Club held 4 colonial. bouquet of yellow rose-

Its regular monthly meeting Wed- buds and white gladioli, tied with
W. T. Weeks Chapter, U.
nesday night Miss Abble Har- a, cascade of narrow white rib-
D. C., met :Monday afternoon at ley, presiding ,announced that con.. The matron of honor wore
of Mrs. L. F..
the home Chapmanat
the Junior Women sold $6,873
the State Farm, and was en- !Ii, pink marquisette dress trimmed
War the
In.. Bonds during recent
tertained by Mrs, Chapman and drive.; s+'' wr 1 h r with pink lace,, and her Juliet

Mrs. R. H. Cox., 'A, profusion of cflP'' was of ,a matching shade, SIT
Mrs. Wm. H. Thomson Jr., and 10110
Fall flowers were tastefully ar- I+rf
Miss Fronces Peek were appointed "" ,.L leer'# flowers were pink rosebuds M-Jacs!
ranged In the reception ball, living are !Kay and matt and ht
A room and dining room. ( as delegates to the district and lavender asters., to use, and they do a swell job of
meeting, with Misses Lucile Mit- It Mrs. Bateman is a graduate of protecting clothes and fuming
The president, Mrs. O. L. Beas- ''R too!Snuf-et terri-knit
chell and Della Rosenberg as alternates ; the Duluth High School, also a eonnractiim; .
ley, presided and considerable .; fits moil,1.uel.Highly bwrtwt' .
business was transacted. The following graduate of the University of delegates were elected to The Junior Club la In chargeof Minnesota, and later was a colors identify each .1.... Throe
represent the chapter at the An- registration for the 'district YWCA, secretary In Racine, WIs. 'styles for yourself, for gitu' :
nual Convention which will beheld meeting, which will be held in LU Bateman Is a graduate of A. shaMa REGULARS.. Solid( COB| .> *".".'
Starke. Mrs. Milton Snyder sang the Duluth High School
the
University -
in Jacksonville, Oct. 19-21: I. IANDS. White with itwrttd .
several selections, after which asocial of Chicago, and receivedhis aim
.
Mrs. L. F. Chapman and Mrs. C TRI-COLORS. PiMotic NI| Ia,1
Beasley! ; alternates, Mrs. A. Z. hour was enjoyed and delicious M. A. degree from, the University n4wlurM l-blM itnpnt' ",
refreshments were served. of Minnesota.' Before
AdkIns and Mrs. E. K. Perryman.
A representative of the Red Cross I I joining the Army he taugh SpanIsh -

asked that a committee be ap- Ladies Auxiliary and hlstpry in the high schoolat COMPLETE LINE OF

pointed to help the planning Duluth.
Met
TuesdayThe
board at the production room Immediately after the ceremony BOOK GAMES

e and Mrs. O. L. Haynes and Mrs Ladles. Auxiliary of the a reception was held at

E. K. Perryman were appointed.The Presbyterian church met Tues- the home of Mr. and Mrs. W B. BY METRO

regular dime defense dona- day afternoon In the church an- Sewell. In the dining room the
tion was taken,; and the same table was covered with '
nex, and held the monthly business a lace SEND A NEW GAME
will be used to ,buy a bond for meeting.The cloth and centered by a bowl of
the Chapter. Top row (left to right): Brig., Gen. E. W. Fates, commander of the Camp Blanding IRTC. (Center choice roses and miniature dahlias EACH MONTH TO
Mrs. K. G. Dun-
The Chapter welcomed Miss president and, the ) Mrs R. A. Green pours coffee for a member of the General's staff Judge and Mrs. A. Z. Ad- ; at one end was the bride's
can,
presided following
Sara Reed, whose credential for business was transacted: Pledgedtwo kina: 'shown In background. (Top, right) Mrs Eugene W. Fales, who shared honors with the General. cake, surrounded by tiny flowers A BOY IN SERVICE

membership are now almost com- dollars for Christmas cards Middle row: Mrs. 0. L. Beasley pours tea an 1 coffee at the exquisitely.appointed table., (Center) and. fern and topped with a minIature -

plete. to be sent to soldiers at Camp Mrs H. C., Bitch and Mrs, D. p Carpenter, members ,of the hostess committee. (Left) Mrs. Julius bride and'"groom. On the

Election of officers for the Blending; Mrs. E. M. Davis, sew- L. Thorn'and Mrs. L. A. Davis, chairman of hostess',committee. opposite end of the table was a GIFTS. FOR ALL J
coming year resulted .as follows: Bottom row; "Behind the Scenes" (left to right)'Mrs. T. HJ Osborne, Miss Della Rosenberg, Mrs. bowl of fruit punch,' presidedover O'CCASIONSNEW
chairman the
ing read overseas 1 W. L. Blair. Mrs. J. W. Kincaid Mls by the matron of honor,
President, Mrs. O. L. Beasley; & Dorothy Johns and Miss Marie Register. Lower right: Col. '
first vice president: MUs Madge hospital assignment: for this Auxiliary Albert S. J. Tucker, Executive Officer of the IRTC. -Photos by Sgt. P. J, Ruby Mrs. Hubert Gilbride In the
Middleton; second vice president, which was ?13 In cash and L traditional fashion the' bride -cut

Mre. Hal Edwards;; secretary, to 150 furglclal dressings the first slice'of cake.

be supplied; treasurer, Mrs. E. Mrs. B. C. Holtzendorf Invited : took the order, however' and that I The guests on this happy occasion COOKIE JARSGLASSWARE.
night the cakes
K. Perryman; historian Mrs. A. Carolyn Callstreet were there on were: Capt. John O. Dick- !
the Auxiliary to meet with her POTTERY
time-all 350 of them! ,. .
Big
Z. Adklns; registrar Miss Olive erson of Duluth, Minn., Lt. Marion
on Oct. 26, for a program and
of
gest Joke the
Ray; chaplain, Miss Amelia Ray. social meeting. evening, however Van Landingham, Lt. Harold

,... Mrs L, A., Dayls, chapter historian was who on were certain saving kitchen back cohorts a Parr, Lt. and Mrs. Madison Hub- GIFTS A DCIIILDRENS'

read an Interesting paper Recent BirthsMr. Too bud they're rationing orchids In one of toe nifty new blue uniforms few trays of particularly delicious bard all of Camp Blanding; and GAMES
about Capt. Jed Hotchkiss, one these days, for truly { need they've just been Issued delicacies until the General should Mr.. and Mrs. W. B. Sewell the

of Gen. Lee's etaff. and Mrs Casey Rhodes, a whale basket full to toss around ,,? Yetta Shafkin. (Mrs Louis) appear for refreshments Imagine Rev. and Mrs. G. C. Powell,
-
Mrs. Chapman and Mrs. Cox Hampton 0:t. 11, boy. after that adjective-defying re- was exquisitely turned out in their Judge and Mrs. A, Z. Adklns.
chagrin, however: OF
served a'tempting salad course. to entire white net but Mrs. D. P.. Carpenter Miss Mar- NEW SIIIPMEM
Mr. and Mrs Russell Green, c eptlon'given by .the icom.- details of the dress when they discovered that be had
the following guests:'Mrs. Junius of last tha Long of Leeaburg Misses STATIONERY
Brooker Oct. 12, girl. munity Thursday night Escaped me while"admiring that teen served some twenty or
M. Smith. Mrs. L. A.' Davis, Mrs. week for General and Mrs. Fales dazzling diamond ptnqants; : be minutes thirty .Gayle and Virginia Sewell. v JUST ARRIVED
F. Cone before their
Mr and Mrs. W. conniving!
E. 1<.. Ferryman Miss Sara Reed, and the General's staff How- wore ."--. f tfr-CMti,, rHtymV* 'made i For ,the present Lt.. and Mrs
: Mrs. 0.. It Haynoiv Mrs O. L. 'Starke,' Oct 2, girl. ,ver. since I hardly know whereto 'her .appearing"M>Mack velvet, i.' Bhteraan are pleasantly located

Bea l4ty. Mrs. Ethel M. Biggs, Mr and :Mrs. Barf. i Owen, begin with the credits I won't .,fashioned with sweetheart neckline '- at the home of Mr... and bars Mali Xmas Packages Over1'

Miss Madga Mlddleton, Mrs. M. Starke, Oct. 2,. boy. begin at'all! Suffice It to i ,. caught with Ink rosebuds Recovered sufficiently from the W.> B. Sewell. ;" Tack anti ihs
F. Brown, Mrs. A. Z. AdkIns and Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Paul Futch, ay I that each Callstreeter did his :. r,? Letitia lAgb dot (Mrs. 'A. reception to get out Wednesday Now"; We
; Mrs. Fred Guy. ; Starke, Oct. 4, boys'STOP'THAT particular job' with vim, vigor ;E.) Was unusually ovellln black night and glimpse the energetic MacMillan-Davis Them For You

: ,; I .. and vitality, and'that, of course, :crepe, and Gertrude Beasley made Wesley(Fenohlp Clan polishingup .
Is what made the event' such an quite a nice picture pouring tea the front rooms of the Methodist 1st Sgt. and Mrs. James :M. CARPENTER'SANNOUNCING


-r, : unqualified success ( 'f The real In a black lace and chiffon dinner Recreation building '. Davis announce the marriage of
; : COLDWITH barometer of Its success, and the dress, with'which she. wore a Seems Howell Nasworthy .a n d their: daughter. Jimmy Gay to
feather in their cap that localities red 'rose corsage **. Bro. Powell spent all afternoonpainting .Sgt. 'William J.
'' ,.- alga moet proud of, Is'th.. fact then the other members son of Mr. and Mrs.MacMlllan. William, Jr..J.. ?his $!. DrnsStns

.. that General Fates had announced 'Lawtey wan weUorepreBented by came in later for a'no-work-no- MacMlllan of Pitta burg, Pa.
hat. he could be :present only Emma Hill and I ula Edwards, eat spaghetti supper ., Caught The
) from 8 ,to 9 o'clock Time, .two attractive ladJtwecrlne two Bea Harris an' Fred Guy scrub- ceremony was performed I

fj STOCO'' however, must have passed "on ,beautiful corsages,!'"} presented by bin' baseboards Grace Osbornean'
the, double" (as it usually ''doe two thoughtful husbands Liz Nasworthy hln' woodwork
at b':ces ful events) and the LolK Ferryman, nde4hinks( never Lily Bridges cleanln' Vene,
MEDICINEGives
THE LIQUID COLD Generaldid not make his departure made 'a more: happy choice than tlan blinds an'MyrtIce Carpenter

until after 10T >t That one that stunning factisfsv.velevt gown washln' windows Martha
I. t.- fact alone, made all the effort. ., .' Verna Demtrest was her (Mrs. O. C.) Powell. Alice Anderson
:: Quick Relief, Acts As Laxative seem worthwhile ;; usual vivacious eei ltt'red,jersey and Ruth (Johnson) Jenkins
'. "..1. :ornamenteat>ttlkftl8,1-tUver belt prepared the spaghetti an' Floe HOUSE TO HOUSE DELIV RYo'
Stops Aching,In A Few Hours .Charming Mrs. F'aieefcapttvatJ; .i>.i AridXjE v'e lyftSNtch, also' In ence' Brown helped wash dishes ,

lta : W ftf "tiff"'' \ A ; .-4 w the hearts/ of'al1-comera.wltb. her 'red,Jersey: "'with wWte' gardenias Workers all, I'll say ".

naturalness and her' ready laugh in her raven hair..V celved many OF'MIL'STARTED

>. .' 35c .,>, The orchid corsage that was compliments on the'gractous' man- Glimpsed
Marjorie
taking
resented to her upon arrival, ner in which site met allcomers.Intr Colley
: .1.1J hamburgers and Coca-Colas
I and which she wore becomingly i o d u e IDe' their to General to school Wednesday and OCTOBER 1
on her white evening'' gown,'' was i Fairs, with .never 4. slip of memory lunch with enjoying .. ,
son
Jerry .
"J quite significant of the many ... e. In short-trylnar .to describe Clever Idea eh'what .f
r .
t i If You Suffer' With Hay Fever mental orchids that were bestowed that galaxy Jot glamor Is pathy to'Charlie Lou Sym.. ..
Vlnlng.. .19c QUART>
.
upon her during the evening like running through the pal'es'of Not she
only, was "under the ..
': or Sinus Trouble F. LocaU!tea were unusually Vogue, and then, trying: to describe weather" and' unable to attend ,

oJ Use luminous and Dot Sale, for one, ..thecGntentsl: Simpos- the' big reception, 'but she tried aSTRICTLY, ;r' .
evoked a chorus of ohs and aha slblel ,.' ,So let,t1 er. ,be an end -
lighting the'first
wherever went In her black fire of the sea CASH ADVANCE
she to IN
t.: trying ? >to r -
NORWICH AQUEOUS son; swallows had stopped up.the .
.
net, decollote". Irene Mathews I' ;.
'K NOSE DROPS def led description In a I Always behind the scenes of a and chimney aoot and completely the resulting"ruined"'smoke .Jt: ,

orgeous( pink, and black model !captlal E event !such as this eral rooms that she bad just sev- BECAUSE OF FLUCTUATING POPULATIOSOr

r DOES NOT CONTAIN OIL. WILfc GIVE .. rimmed .In sequins .,'. ., Nancy I are some veryjDterellUne':.& highlights redecorated! had' STARKE' 'AND'' OTHER WARTIME; {
j WONDERFUL RELIEF IN A FEW HOURS 'arkerson was the center of an r' .'. The delicious little hot- TIONS, IT WILL BE NECESSARY
admiring group o f r high school blacult-and-ham) sandwiches \ttrt ON A OPEnA5IS.
25c students evidently awed at seeing the most popular Item on*(be tea The weeks, 'Dl Mt' horrible experience PLEASE STRICTLY CASH IN DELIVERED .
teacher turned out so becomingly table but they do say Mrs'Blair : Hearing Frank Sinatra DO NOT ASK TO'VHAVE. With

', .... ... .n. ..... .. ---Do.... Id a billowing rust-colortd almost ha<1 ;bea." faI1tars' .when, swoonlng-crooning "Pistol! Pack- TO..YOU .ON CREDIT. 4
.
,, "'I> skirt with'' velvet bodice of''theeame while'Uki/ig the tMrdh she f cautiously Ing Mama" on' the Hit Parade

Another Fresh Of shade f asked how many were want- Saturday night It's definitely
; Shipment ed and Jeannette Klncaid calmly out of his ,line says your (true to Alfred Sweat DeliverymanFor
Gums I'm boring my male'readers replied "630!" : .*! 'Mrs.' Blair Blng) ,
, HOLLINGSWORTH let that stump- 'Her how- -
to tears but we girls simply didn't arolyn.
f f .. FINE CHOCOLATES''' must take In the clothes, you ever, and the biscuits, even If .'

know Ethel Biggs was noteworthy .nass-produced were a tribute to WSCS To. MeetThe
Just Arrived in a black skirt and aqua her culinary art .. < Another .
'
blouse combination while Margaret credit for a rush Job well done Woman's Society of Christian MERRILL-MATHEWS ,DAIRIES
3 Duncan was most becomingly goes to :Mrs. Lappe and the stat Service of the Methodist

outfitted In pink net with a pink of the local bakery a Seemsa church will meet Monday afternoon PALATKA, FLORIDA
Koch Drug Store' rose. and silver leaf efect In her committee member forgot to at 3:30 o'clock! In the .
dark hair Attractive Betty order! the little cakes until the church. Program and* business STARK:
rmlard. hostess a t Standing's 'middle'of the afternoon' toe day meetn:. Circle'; Two will be In PHONE YOUR ORDERS CALL 13,

Service dub No. 2 was present of the reception! t Mrs. Lapp charge of the program.

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15.' ma PACK FIVT.
$1 .\ BRADFORD COUNTY TKUBGRAPH. STARKK. FLORIDA

Mr. and Mrs. I. W. Longacre AND JCOTICH TO APPEAR I H. K. Perryman Starke, Florida. 1 i provemcnt Fund to reject any and
el tflee BITS of LOCAL NEWS Girl Scout' NewsThere ) to: Aline Atty. for LPlf. 10-15 4t 11-S all bld, at the Courthouse bealn-
who
operate a gift shop on South Mar: ,Ea.Flf.: : la unknown nine at 10:00: o'clock A. M. on the
Walnut St. are enjoying a 5weeks' [ NOTIVN 16th, day of November A. D. 1943.:
29 Scouts and four
are
October 14th, 1943.EnADFOlm Easement for road rlirht of way
You to
are required appear on
,
I vacation at their home In' patrols. Each patrol consists of November 18th. 1943. In the above COUNTY.( KM>Kir>ANUTfCH *00 feet wide will be reaerved.
of Green Mrs. E. M. Thomas I
: Mill ,
Dorothy Alfred WIl- :Miami. natnml Court and cause wherein IS HBKRHY GIVENthat from any parcel through which
G' Friday night : kerson and son, Edgar Wilker- seven girls. The patrol leadersare plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford ', pursuant to "Unction ft of there la an exlmlna: Htate Road ,
spent
t springs son.. Mrs. Shellie Hall Is visiting i .Marian Brown, Idell Lan- County Telvirrnph hall publish Chapter. 1SS94 Laws of Florida.' NE'4 of NJQ' Section! 2, Township -
I M. Thomas.ihlle spent the
I Mrs. E. week-end visiting relatives In Columbia, S. C., and thin Order In next four weekly" Art of 1917! known wr:1r MUitP11Y 6 8, Range SO E, Contulnlnir
'abmIi attended the footgame. relatives. Mrs. Thomas visited drum Marguerite Fowler and IKHIIOB.Vltnena. ACT the described 40TRtSTEF'
here Hamlet, N C.Mrs. flra"'or.1 OF INTERNAL 1MPKOVESIKNT '
\ hand and official lands In County Florida
Miss MIIIa\ is a re- her daughter Mrs. J. B. Mills at Florence Mc ully. The- Scouts Heal at Htarke.my Florida, this October will !>. offered for sale. at Public FtTNt OK" THU
h, L the Clay County Cresfgnd Green. Cove Springs; Mr. Wllker- M. C. Wells Is here from are aa tOllOWII& nth. 1915.OFFICIAL oUl<'rtor the highest and bentranh STATE OK KIXmlDA .
I .. ,
be- son visited his Camp Swift Texas for a vIsit ( SISAL.! ) A. J. Thomas. hid. ctibjort to the right of ny A J. Thoma Anent Tru t eI.
reported the game parents Rev. aDd with her :Mai tan Brq.JEltzabeth! Lawson An Clerk of aald Court. the Trustees of the Internal Im- I. Fund Bradford County It
L and Green Cove Mrs W. Wllkerson: In Palatka parents Mr. and Mrs.
Starke ; L. S. Hutto. Janet Anderson, Nancy Whit-
ira" and Edgar Wilkerson visited his A. fI !1
26 I" (Buddy) ,Bishop, son uncle and aunt. Mr. and Mra.: Mrs.. O. L. Beaaley and Mrs ney JoAnn Dtnklna, MadgeBrowntee
rold Joseph Thomas in Crescent City. J. W. Kincatd accompanied by 0_... Demorest, Idell
l'r" H. A. Bishop. .
Mrs. ,
and Miss Virginia Lee Bates, who their mother, Mrs A. C. Durdenof Land rum, Betty ;Ann Flynn, Joan
Into the
4 report for Induction Is attending Stetson University Tampa went Wednesday to Carpenter, Betty Milllgan VIr- COME TOJACOBS'\
Camp BlandJng next at Albany Ga.. to attend the fun-
DeLand
) at
arIl was a week-end guestof ginia Milllgafa. Muriel Bitch
,y. Buddy has many friends her uncle and aunt, Mr. and eral of Mrs. Durden's sister,. Mrs.
> Patsy Ruth Hall Florence Me-
9 wish' for nm! the beet Mrs. O. Wi White. Lee Whldby.
'" I L who In this new' work for his Dennis Kellum of Miami a for J. G. Alvarez, Seaman 2nd Cully, June Caldwell. Doris Mon-

mer citizen of Bradford County, Claaa, stationed at the Jackson. crlef, Betty Powell Marian Mc- H HAND
fry
.was a recent guest of hu. cousins vllle NA TTC, spent the week-end Rae V I v I a n'McRao, Jeanette .
Mr. and MrsF.: A. Scott.: Mr.: here with his wife and baby Priest, Marguerite Fowler, Barbara -
THE Kellum was en route home after daughter, Sheila and his mother.
LET visiting l his brother, John G. Kel ; Mrs. Frank Wilson, and Mr. Wilson I Jean Mayhugh, Danlella

lectric Shoe Shop'' lum of Tallahassee. I I Jordan, Nancy LIghtfoot, Peggy SAVE

Mrs. ,Loulebelle Moore and son, Mrs\ N. Sternberg left Sundayfor Ann WiggIns Loretta Gregor and
George of Plant City and Mrs. Springfield 111., to visit her Joyce Newsome.
:eep Your G. W. Brown of Lawtey were son-in-law and daughter Mr. and< Each Girl Scout brings So to

guests Sunday of Mrs. M. F. Mrs. Jack Scanlan and her new ::'"''We Seamless Sheer Hose 49c
each meeting., are selling
I. - -
Brown. grandson, who was born Oct. 6. pr.Children's .
[SHOESjoking Misses Gayle Sewell and Martha Mr. and Mrs. Ted B. Stllley of Christmas' car:&!Wat,?.fl,jper ., oJt.
Long, who are students at Jacksonville were guests of Mr. The girl. scout* g'et< 35 cents out

new the' F. S. C. W. In Tallahassee, and Mrs. R. C., Buford several of each box ,vrV/BCUU Every girl ,
were week-end guests of Mr. and days the first of last, week. who sells 10 bxea gets a free
Wash Dresses 89c
t 1ST A LITTLE REPAIR ,Mrs. W., B. Sewell. Mr. and Mrs. Roswell Noegel subscription ;to 'the AmericanGirl - ea.
'
Ift'ILL KEEP YOUR Mrs. T. J. Griffin returned recently moved to JacksonvUle for one year.
home Sunday after a visit in where Mr.. Noegel Is employed ,in Joan Carpenter, Scribe.
OES IN GOOD SHAPE Baltimore, Md, with her grand. the

1 Quick Service And daughter before her Mrs.marriage R. E. Greene last June who Mrs.shipyards.James L. Hair of Miami GASOLINE A BOOKS Sample Dresses - (Values to $4.98)Odd )

Good Work, was Miss Gloria Johns. la visiting her parents, ,Mr., and W. L. Blair, Chief Clerk at the

e i Can Furnish You With Mr. and Mrs. George E. Miller Mrs. F. C. Hollingsworth. local Rationing! Board has requested Sizes Broken Lots
afoot OH For Your Boots and son. Jack, arrived here last Lt. Lillian I Stump, Army that all who wish to have
week from Denver, Colo., and are Nurses Corps left CamptBlandtn( their A Gasoline book renewed

with her parents Mr. and Mrs. last week for Camp,Tyson, Nash please get their application In Closed Out At .. -I-, $1.00 & $1.98
I6n THEiCTRICSHOE I.. P. Shepherd. The Millers have ville, Tenn., for maneuvers. She as early as possible. They must
sold their property in Denver and expert to be called for overseas be In not later than Nov. 1, but

have come to make Florida their duty soon. earlier If possible. '
hom Tate P. Denmark of Jacksonville HUNDREDS OF OTHER .
,
IN ("IIU'I'IT COIHT. BHAHFORUll'Y
as SHOP Mrs. O. J. Griffin of St. Augustine was here the first of the (' > FI.ORIUAI IN CHAN- .

'Itad Is spending awhile with week visiting his slater Mrs ceaY.eaivatore. Marano Plaintiff. vs. .:. UNADVERTISED SPECIALS .
From Park Theatre
roes' her daughter, Mm. Ethel M. Arthur B. Alvarez, who Is very Alln Maruno. ,..Defendant jaae No. {,
Ill, having recently suffered a ..*.. '
Biggs.,
579 atDER OLIClA A. "J
I U pqN ,
U j stroke of paralysis. Mr., Den- ti .1
mark was recently- dIschargedfrom BIG BARGAINS FOR LITTLE MONEY fAT 4 4a
the Army at Camp Blinding .

ATTENTION I !' where he had spent 11 BACK UP'

months as a member of the Mili- YOUR BOY

tary Police, He Is now employed I..H ,.., JACOBS'125 Call Street

I Wish To Urge All Our Customers at the St. Johns River.Shipyards. ,." ."..Wag.. :

Mrs. C. S. Child, 73, of Pontiac, Umlt
hmSff
To Stock Up On Their Fuel Mich., mother of Mrs. A. L. to year -L1< (',
Moniker of Starke, died early .1
-
Oil and Kerosene At Once To Sunday m o r nlng following a -lJ
stroke of paralysis. .

Avoid The Rush And ShortageThat Mrs. Herman W. Blankenshlp THEATRE
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roy L. II FLORIDA H
Tomlinson, left Sunday for ArIzona STARKE
Will Come With The Approaching '
: to join her husband, Sgt. .

Cold Weather. BlankenshIp. MIDNIGHT SATURDAY Sun. Mon. Tues. Oct. 1719U t.
Paul E. Knight, member of the -
i e -
post band at Camp Croft, S. C.,
PLEASE HAVE "YOUR RATION COUPONS has been 111 for several weeks

READY WHEN DELIVERY IS MADE and Is confined to the station *
THE PICTURE: THAT c
hospital according to word receIved t.i
his Col. and
by parents

K. G. DUNCAN Mrs. D. E. Knight.
Agent Al Manasaa who Is in the MAKES YOU YOUNG( ;\ ::1 Mt

Merchant Marine and Is now at- 4 I + U
Y 'i .5
STANDARD OIL PRODUCTS tending the Maritime School at I K '
St. Petersburg spent the weekend ; Direct from Its long run at Broadway's famed Kf
% i
PHONE 85 OR 55 with hIs, family In Starke. *\1' Astor Theatre, comes this year's top Technl- l' a

I Upon ,his return he was accom- / color Musical comedy sensation. Packed with '
panied by his wife, who will visit ? 4

In St. Petersburg. J| song hits, roaring with merriment, qtr j ;s"w W..

NAT SEZ: director Mrs J.at D.the Cain USO-NCCS, an assistant Club r dazzling with gorgeous girls s''fr cs Packed ..

left last week for Charleston, S. itrs the show you'll want to go : With Sane Hits I Ij
t Irti ,
I've been to 'a lot of shindigs W/N
C., where she entered a hospital right back and see all over again I j "Vee're+t Uwhy
In life ( "high" society
my some for treatment. Her home ia In 7A Alive m4 KleUav"
and tome not quite M high) but r nwdiUOewa.WI.wdaIke "
Sumter, S. C. ,
that Ilttto welcoming event hurt a ? .41'r .tit;N' Tlwee IVWW 1
a ,
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Shafkin: -
week for General Fake and the Hay"IveryHma
Li IRTO was Just about tops In my will leave today for Washington Mtse ** eail
I estimation. Everything went off D. C., to attend the wedding way
of Mr. Shafkln's lylA
Just fine, even If my wife did ceremony tr**? S s 1 Mondshelm.
have to punch me In the rib nephew, Cpl. u
dunk biscuit They will. be away several days.
when I started to a SBS
In my "lay" Mr. and Mrs Clyde Rowe' of *
Jacksonville have been visiting ,

Mrs. Rowe's mother, Mrs: Arthur r&**
Alvarez, who la not expected to .' < \
COMPLETE LINE OFLAD1ES'SWEATERS *
live. All of the children have *< + -SSi
been called to her bedsIde; Ma1rL i OA.W*". ,

: Mrs. Tlllman. Hutto returned
from Alexandria, La., Tuesday ?
after, having spent two weeks r4>f

with her husband, S-Sgt. Tillman IWAAsfr
A Slipovers -' F. Hutto. >**J inn
a.fc W *llfcs
Mrs. E. M. Hutto and two children tfy&ht'< ( \S '
Patsy 'and Sandra, of West f 1
t 4 i (Coat Style, r, Palm,, Beach, were week-end *** /> r> '
guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. S.' Hut SLyl s

Long Sleeves to. C s

Mrs. E. O. Edwards has as her ems"'
,
I ref"'I w '
'/, y
guest her a...n. Cpl. Lee A. Hen- j> yi" t
'
y 1r 4 .' drIcks of the Coast Artillery, who \ '
Priced' At is at present stationed at Wilmington A.--? '

t N. C. Until recentlyhe ;
rv operated in South American I

3.50 4.95 5.95Non waters in the Carrlbean area, f44L i
where he had been for- '>three ,and

I. half years. I
Edward E. Thomas left last
Friday for St. Augustine where fi Vj

he was, inducted Into the CoastGuard i: ,
Rationed He Is the fourth brother '.5,. '- f
Thomas to enter '- S 4
of Miss: Floy
.
a st\\
the service.,
SHOES Elizabeth Dlllard. hostesa *JT > [
Mrs. R
and at Camp Blanding Service Club $ : ;
Play Shoes Vo. 2, was the guest of :Miss : i4i : / -
Madge Middleton Thursday night .

'i Dress>Styles I and Friday of last week, and ,t } '
while here attended the reception WILLIAM 'GAXTON -VIRGINIA WEIDLER 1 X
Black Brown for General and Mrs. Fales. fs V I '.**

Above Mrs. D. P. Carpenter and Mrs. Tommy 'DIx Nancy Walker June Allyson i ( '. A y

Style i- Red and Blue few Ethel days M. in Biggs Tampa.are spending a; ,, tenny Bower !Gloria DeHaven Jack Jordan f W.J. ; + ,h 1

Mrs. B. Jacobs spent last Fri-
,
$$8.00 3.954.95Sternberg's day n-Iaw In Jacksonville and daughter with.:Mr her son-and Wed. Thurs. Oct. 20 21

., a; ", Mrs. Clarence N u a.baum, who '
,
were celebrating their wedding "STORMY WEATHER"Lena

I anniversary at that .tlm. ,

Miss a vacation Carolyn Green in Washington Is enjoying Home Cab CallowayBill, RobinsonY. I ;

I I D. C. and New York City. na- 1L 1LOCTOBER
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BRADFORD COUNT TKLKOttATO. BTAKKM.! rtOltP FRIDAY ocro
SIX I nF.lt 14't.

zr daughter Marie of the State England so much. Today is his cannot be supplied In the county, ture a pond about the size of the there are of
Hampton HappeningsBy and Marian Johns were shoppingin The State list is made each swimming pool at Green Cove there concrete i131er
Jacksonville Monday. Jerry Farm were upper guests of Mr. birthday and It certainly seems up are not many <
Barbara Home returned home with them after a and: Mrs. H. B. Wiggins saturday. strange for him to be so far Monday and sent to all county Springs full of muddy water a It Is built one rat 4 <
step aboVe
IlIKTHIJAY DINNERMrs. two-weeks' visit with his grand- Corp and Mrs. Casey Rhodes away. I do hope and pray the agents In the other counties in half dozen water buffalo In one ground the frogs dosqPo t t.
announce the birth of a son on war will soon be over and all the hope of recruiting this labor. end. a woman or two washingclothes so much. Gosh' let

M. L. Watterson entertained mother.Friends and relatives regret the Monday Oct. llth. the men can return to their loved The list this week calls for near and a few people takinga fight a war What," VIa,

Sunday with a birthday serious illness of Miss Ada Nlm- Miss Madge Gay of Jacksonville one?. ly 2,000 workers In about ten bath. All In the same pond at bugs, monkeys, Watching rats, flu

dinner honoring her son, Frederick mo, who is in the Alachua Coun spent the weekend with her "I keep busy. I am counselorfor counties. the game time :.trying to keep out of "etc Ia,1I

who is In the U. S. CoastGuard ty Hospital In Gainesville. parents, Mr. and Mrs O. D. Gay the Intermediates and teacherof These farm jobs pay usually 1 About two weeks ago the snakes Jungle dogs, 7
and was enjoying a short Gilbert Lamereaux returned Mrs. Eldred Coleman aDd one class secretary of the from $3 to $4 per day. In many Mess Officer stopped In a villageto ever else may be here 'Nh

leave at home. Those Invited to home Thursday of last week after daughter Joyce spent the past Circle. Secretary'or the YoungPeople's cases houses are furnished fo buy some fruit. A woman 1 haven't seen yet bUt have that
work and at the quarterly families. This may be permanent tried to sell her granddaughterto at night, and b
4 be with the family were; Misses a six-weeks' stay at the Veter week with relatives in Tampa : would just
conference was elected alternate in some cases and temporaryIn him for ten dollars. The not see CIllO<
Barbara and Betty Home. Marian an's Hospital In Lake City. and Winter Haven. Mr. Coleman girl except at a nice
Johns. Madge Gay and Em- Pvt. Odls Lowman has returnedto went for the week-end and accompanied to go to annual conference : others.If was an orphan and the grand- tance. It sure will seem sust'dl

ory Brown. Fort Sill, Okla., after enjoyinga them home. In October. I do Red Cross there are those in t h I a mother did not have enough to to get to some! place i

leave with his wife and baby work too so I keep busy most ; county who wish to take a farm take care of her so she, wantedto can get out of bed at wten i J
FA1'IILY'REt1NION of the time.'" job in any of these counties sell the girl to an American out first flashing a'gH
,
The J. H. Parker home has son.Mr.. and Mrs. W.. H. Kenney ofChlca&o. LA WTEYBy Mrs. Robinson ,lives' with her they should make application to officer." I around th# floor and Where J
been the scene of a family re- : mother at 703 North Main St., this office. I will Issue start I
Ill., arrived Sunday to Coleman Phillip a requisltion "It's hard to believe bbt some on a trip without
union for the past week.' Mr. spend sometime In Florida and Mrs. Jack Bales of West Palm Itutherfordton N. C. for free transportation to ; of the people here even In the and feel safe. And where A t:

and Mrs. Alton Lee and son attend to business and at presentare Beach returned home Tuesday the county seat bthe county' city live on from two to four have to have a couple of "

Maurice of Flint few Mich., 1 left visit. guests of Mr. and Mrs. M. L. after visiting her mother. Mrs Recent RentalsDuring where the jobs are located. cents a day. The women and comple-Moned gentlemen" waIkl
after a days
Monday of Watterson. Mae Wells, and brother. Earnest Of course we wish to place 'I children work as hard as the men guard around the house aJlII!
Pvt. and Mrs. Corbet Smith a Mr. and Mrs. Lacy Wynn spent Paul Griff Is home on a 10- the past month W. T. farm workers on farm jobs In at manual labor (sometimes I When I pay off the &,
Waynesvllle, Mo., are enjoying Clute, Realtor; has made the following this county first where there are have me no nej
Mr. and Mrs. a few days at May's Camp on day furlough and will return to think they work harder than the one comes
leave at home. t
Parker and family of Lake Santa Fe. camp soon. rentals: I such jobs available. Any farmer men). They are old at 30 yearsof table until his name IB l calla j
Clyde Dennis. Parker Lois and Mr. and Mrs David Moore of( ,I Berryman Apartments: Sgt. J. J.: who are In ned of farm help; age. > a guard stands beside me Willi I
Mrs. Bishop
and Mr. and
Homestead Varlas Pic. Joe 0.. Bgt. G.
Bowers '
with should make application for such long heavy club
U. S. C. G., stationed: at St. Au- Mr. and Mrs."Ray Williams and Jacksonville sprint Sunday H. Brown. Sgt. C.' V. Chlsm, Sgt.I "One of, the officers at the and a Wick
help to this office and those who looking curved
knife.
Mr. and Mrs J. H. Moore.
:
visited friends .I other has a I
gustine were week-end guests. son of Jacksonville X* O. Cook Airs. Mary Zellner Cpl.E. place mongoose so
I Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Bennett of want farm jobs should do the 'Victor's VJ
here Sunday.Mr. L. Toole,6gt. R. W. Swenson, don't have to worry s o much address I I.: Lt. |
E.! C. Morris of Everglades Is Lawtey left last Friday for a same. This office will act as an C. Thomas
and Mrs. E. L. Kelley and Sgt. H. R. Schatter and Sgt. Q. W. about snakes in my room there.A c. o. Western Dhtril
the guest of Mr. and Mrs. B. Y. visit In New York City. Bejna. Sgt Joseph A. Anglomarhas employment office for farm will kill a cobra
family of New River,were Sun- mongoose Engineer S. O. S, APO i 690
Saxon. Mayor George Young has re- rented a room at the Barryman workers. ,If
day guests of Mr. and Mrs., Gerald right quick they say. The walls York, N. Y.
Mr and Mrs. Gordon Wads- turned home after spending a residence.

worth and daughter Mary K, Adklns. while In Mississippi.H. A Crews cabin was rented by L. Telegraph Company
Mr. and Mrs C., L. May were and Jack-
B. Arwood Is oor the road Eugene McRae Luther
shopping! In Jacksonville Friday to recovery after undergoing an son. Mrs Orady Wllsenbaker rent- CombinationTo DR. O. L. HAYNES
Be Quick To TreatBronchitis of last week. operation In St. Luke's hospital ed the Williamson house. The Simp- Service
Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Adklns Jacksonville Sunday afternoon.Mr. son house has been rented to Mrs. Improve Announced The Opening of Ills New Dental Office

and daughter. Louise spent a and Mrs. W. H. Edwards, R..C.Mountain.Tlpton. Miles Ritch Verner apartmentshave and JohnR. "Consolidation of.the Western At the Rear of His Residence

few days this week visiting Jr.. fend Mr. and Mrs. U H. Hill been rented to Sgt. R. W. Cly- Union and Postal Telegraph Companies 301 Water St.,

Chronic bronchitis may develop U friends and relatives in Dundee attended the reception honoring more. Sgt. Theodore Meier Cpl. D. which was effective Oc-
your cough,chest cold or acute bronchitis and Winter Haven. General and Mrs. E. W. Pales at C. Barley and Cpl James Fowler. tober 7, will mean more efficient He Welcomes Ilia Old Patients Back
is not treated and you cannot Mrs. Leland Bedenbaugh and the USO-YMCA In Starke Thurs The Standish house has been i written communications service And Invites New Ones
afford to takeachance anymedlctne Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Wattersonwere day night of last week. rented to Clayton Poole and Cpl. for Starke people," it was stated
less potent than Creomulstan shop plug: in Jacksonville The! Rev. Mr Prevatt has been J. P. Chasteen; the Woodward
which goes right to the seat of the house to this week by E. J. Whitehead
trouble to help loosen and expel germ Tuesday. culled as pastor of the Lawtey Major Thomas E. Hayes; local Western Union manager.
laden phlegm and aid nature to Mrs. Grace Beal spent Sunday Baptist Church., the Frank Landrum house to Mrs. "Merger of the two telegraphnetworks
soothe and heal raw,tender Inflamed with her parents, Mr and Mrs.J. Goldsmith; Hblloway house Lt. R.
bronchial mucous membranes. Bill Plummer and his wife and Duble; Brazeale cabin Lt. Richmond will be In the best in
Creomulslon blends beechwoodcreosote E. Adkins. baby daughter were v 1.1 t Ing ; Chandler cabin, Sgt. R. W. terest of the Industry'' and the
special processwith other Miss Miriam Guy of Ocala friends here last week. Bill Is Steele; Strickland house Lt. G. public." Mr. Whitehead said
time tested medicines for coughs.It spent the week-end with her Sutherland; and, trailer park L.I
contains a Storekeeper 2nd Class In the "Telegraph service will be Im-
narcotics.No
no Mrs. J. T. Guy. Emory
matter how many: medicines mother U. S. Navy and has been oil the O. H. Nicholson proved by eliminating uneconomic It
sail bave tried tell your uidwitthh Guy .Ls also enjoying a visit at USS Sage In the Pacific for the competition which will permitthe
bottle home. ,
you a of past several months. He was Negro Methodists utilization of duplicate wire
the understanding you must like thevray Mr. and Mrs. Bob Touchtonspent
: it quickly allays the cough permitting the week-end at Belle. called to Florida because of the Build New" Church facilities, equipment and personnel ( "
rest and sleep, or you are to death of his father the late M. for betterment and extensionof t
nave your money back. (Adr. Mr and Mrs. Leo Wiggins and B. Plummer. The African 'Methodist ChurchIn telegraphic service." ( Always

J .. Reno under the leadership of During the Integration processthe .
NOTICEI
Its pastor. W. H. Zanders is In public will continue to see '
:FOR SAFETY, COMFORT AND ECONOMY RIDE am going to do my best to the Postal Telegraph sign blue i
the process of erecting a new ,
see that Lawtey Is represented In
concrete block .c h u r ch. It Is telegraph blanks and envelopes ( Pays
FLORIDA MOTOR LINE BUSSES the: Telegraph each week with
salvaging! as much of the lumber and certain other Postal Tele- .r' \
some real news of Interest. I and other materials as possible graph forms which will be used k .
FOR COURTEOUS CORRECT INFORMATION will greatly appreciate It If my
in order
from the old frame structure up to conserve materials "
PLEASE 'PHONE 147 friends will help out by handingnews that was built In 1910 and chang- under the current paper, short @
items of all kinds In to me \
ing It into a brand new building age. "Although evidences of the tot
not later than Monday of each
according to Nonie L. Pullum Postal Telegraph System will not ..
"
"" UNION BUS STATION week. vanish overnight tbe will
t ""l,_1 -Coleman Phillips. trustee and stewardess; public
W. H. Zanders. who lives in nevertheless unde r s tan d," Mr.
**
""
LACY CONWAY, Agent "" Jacksonville will end his second Whitehead pointed out. "that all :

Temple ATe ,..,"'***-. '*** Starke, Florida Dyer Praised year as pastor of the Church in telegraph offices will be under ;4d!
For Leading Part November: The congregationheld the same management regardless
its last service in the old of the signs) on the windows.
In Salvage DriveL. building the first 'Sunday nightin Telegrams filed at any telegraph .11

June and the members hopeto office, whether displaying a West- .
T. Dyer as an individual get into their new church before ern Union or Postal sign will be foundon
Prompt Service Careful ,Drivers Even though have
volunteer war worker and not a great while. However handled over the unified system. you

necessarily as County Agent has this "pay-as-you-go-plan" la "Local Postal Telegraph em- occasion that your dealer is

received a "Certificate of Recognition rather slow. In the meantime ployes will be added to the West- it
Starke Taxi ServicePhone for patriotic effort In the they are worshipping In the Bethel ern Union service roll as of the momentarily out of JAX Beer,

National Salvage Pro gram of Baptist Church. effective date of the merger and always pays to ask.

1942-43.' The scroll award bear- will receive the same consideration -
ing the signature of Paul C. and benefits as though they '
150 FARM
Cabot WPB Director of Salvage NOTESBy had been Western Union employesIn ye'a O4.'

and George L. Burr Jr., Chair-
L. T. Dyer County Agent the past. Postal Telegraph accounts -

Day Night man of the State Salvage Committee -' receivable and payablewill .. In spite of unprecedented demand .
was forwarded to W. M. Pressure Cookers be taken over by Western

Edwards, chairman of the Brad- W

Ford County Defense Council who Office that pressure cookers service heretofore billed by ,, "sold making
out" condition
presented It to Mr. Dyer Monday are being shipped in larger quantities Postal should be_made to West- we are

morning. and that purchase certifi- ern Union;* Mr. Whitehead said. every possible effort to keep

C. G. Campbell Jacksonville cates may be Issued before the
DRY CLEANING & TAILORING JAX dealer supplied'
WPB Executive Secretary for the cooker I* located 'JftM is a tem- Lt. Thomas Tells every

Florida State Salvage Committee porary 'relaxation .of the ''ration- ( When you find that your
Quick Service Work
High Quality said: : "The records In our office Ing regulations. Odd ExperiencesIn favorite dealer 'has no JAX on
show that through the leadershipof Those who want a pressure India ,
L T. Dyer Bradford County cooker for canning should make hand, ask again the'next day be

NEW METHOD CLEANERS' has been most outstanding in application. to thlsj.office for a Lt. Victor C. Thomas, who Is cause no.dealer will ever be out
the'Salvage Program., You were purchase certificate In India, writes long Interesting

Mr. and Mrs. E. O. Edwards, Proprietors leaders during the -1942 scrap Non-Highway Gasoline letters to his mother, Mrs. E. M. of JAX for very long if we can

drive. You have been continuously The County Farm Transportation Thomas Below we give some it.
PIIONE, 135 315 TEMPLE AVE. conspicuous In the collection Committee of which I am excerpts from two of his recent help
of all salvage. secretary will recommend the letters: Therefore-keel on asking for

STARKE, FLORIDA All this did not just happen. amount of gasoline to be rationedby "Last week I got a letter which JAX This grand beer is worth

L.. T, Dyer has surrounded him- the Local Rationing Board for you wrote May S, before I left
self with loyal and patriotic all non-highway gaso line for the States; at the same time I asking for worth waiting for.

SEA FOODS -CHICKEN DINNERS assistants. He has made many farmers. Farmers'needing non- got five, from Marie (his wife). We with pride that you can't
personal sacrifices. He deserves highway gas will first file their That's all the mall I've had sinceI say

STEAKS CHOPS not only our praise J but ke deserves ,application at this office for action left the good old U. S. A., andI buy better{beef;): no"matter what
-
the continued wholehearted ,,by our CRTC Committee. mean GOOD OLD U. 8. A. '
you
cooperation of every cltlien of .- r People there should see some pay.;
DELICIOUS IRISH STEW this country." There Im. a great need in several other places before they complain I,

South Florida"counties for too much. Here good pay

TEMPTING, TASTY, SANDWICHES Former Pastor agricultural workers, on vegetable for a laborer .Is equal to 22 cents

DELICIOUS HOME 'MADE PIES t farms, grover>rork, and .on a day In American money. Foremen -

Now In Africa't dairy farms. Those,.needing farm get about 945' a'month.. TO OUR DEALERS U

r r' help file their applications with There are few modern conveniences .

A & A LUNCHEONETTEIn The Rev. Frank Robinson who the county agent,, and he In turn In the city where I was We're I leaving, no stone
for two years was pastor of the lists these requests with the State for awhile and none In' the vil

Park Theatre Starke Florida Methodist church In Starke Is Extension Labor Office In Gainesville lages. Nothing but poverty and unturned to keep you supplied.
Bldg.
now an Army ,chaplain in Africa. Naturally to havea
for out-of-county help if It unbelievable filth. Can you pic- we want you
.
friends of the family her. will
stock of JAX Beer. So, naturally -
b. interested to know that in a '
r. \ do
recent letter to Miss Amelia Ray ? we are going to ,

1 dated Sept. 18. Mrs. Robinson KEEP YOUR AUTOMOBILE S. everything f ..sible to see that

H ." writes as follows: ':_. you have it.
MONEY "I am glad to be able to tell

TRAVEL you that both the Franks are IN GOOD CONDITION. o,1Mill' \"

fine. My husband has been "
IS SAfE. 71f4Y. over-sea. year.now, and since
last November In Africa. He has

traveled quite a bit. as he has k WE ARE EQUIPPED TO GIVE
; If YOU "'CARRY pjtj car and goes from one camp to ; BUY WAR BONDS

another and he says his work Is YOU EXPERT BODY & PAINT

much like a District Superintendent. -
AMERICAN EXPRESS TRAVELERS CHEQUES H4 lives In a tent. and as WORK.

he wrote me. It is a study UvIng' -

Everyone i. on the go these days-Business'Traveler*-War room bed room reception .sA VE' .,YOUR TIRES LET
Worker*-Soldier* and Sailors-Visitor* to camp*-Inductee* ', room and office all In one:. with
-mea sod women alike.Travel crowded train and'jammed another tent next to him as his US ALIGN YOUR WHEELS

hotel ba*greatly Increased the risk of lost or*toleo travel fund. chapel. He has four or five services WITH OUR NEW LIGHT ....>.< ,

Before you start, it i* a wise precaution: to change. your each Sunday, and during \ "
i money into American Express Travelers Cheque They are the week study classes and dif- BEAM METHOD.
spendable anywhere like cash. But unlike cash if lost of.stolen ferent types of services. The

your money is refunded in full. need for more chaplains Is great f fRdGE '

Issued in denomination of $IO. $:zo, $5O and '100. Cost ie likes his work but, of course I / Q3iI
7J1 for each $IOO. Minimum COM 4Oi for Sin to$JO. For* lat I. anxious to come home. J. P. ROBERTS MOTORS 1

Bank.Express Offices.AMERICAN. "Frank III went over to Eng- -.
land in May and has been lahe
EXPRESS 8th General Hospital since Dodge-Plymouth_Sales & Service kpivo4..wv.

hat-time(Is an assistant).'He Is .. ,.,
TRAVELERS CHEQUES crazy about his ,job and likes Temple Avenue -:- Starke, Fla. BREWIHIUOHPAMYJacksonville a..wytJAX Florid'!



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:,Y. OCTOBER BRADFORD COtJimr: TKXJCGKAPnt. 8TARKB. FLORIDA PAnIC AKVEN


" his, father. W M. Thomas.Mr. trus copy of said map or plat belnir Apartment 101 WashIngton IJ. C. NOTICE! TO APPEAR I Oeneral Delivery, Yakima Washington. II \
ter B attached to the petition lied You are required to appear on STATE OF FLORIDA to: Marie '
1, r 9IAuK and Mrs. A. Davis and In the above entitled cause on the November 8th.. HMJ. In the above Clacclo\ whose reldenoe la Route You are required to appear on "
bore children of the State Farm spent 6th day of October A. D. 193. by named Court and cause, wherein No. 1. Prescott Arkanmaa. October 30th., 11143. In the above) ,
I tide Bradford County, a politicalubdlvlslon plaintiff seeks divorce ),Bradford You are required to appear on I named Court and cause wherein ,
_ the week-end with Mr. and :Mrs.. of the State of Florida, County Telegrarh iiha.ll publish October 15th., 1943, In the above plaintiff seeks divorce and Custodyof
1 U J. B. Strickland. against you and each of you. ... this order In next four weekly named Court and cause, wherein Minor Child. Bradford County
Wa1ig weekend.Mrs. tnir. to condemn for public road plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford Telegraph haU publish this OrderIn
I V, Hazen and children Mrs. Drew Walker and issi,5 four l issues.
v, eon and hlsrhwax drainage, purposes my hand and official 'ounty Telegraph shall publish this next weekly
tc, P Kay. and Jlmmle. and Abe Crosby of Jacksonville and Mrs. Roy Bowman and son tho said parcel of !.und ftltuate seal at Starke, Florida this Ootoher Order In next four weekly loeue Witness my hand and official
:j and In Bradford iMt, 1 41.OFFICIAL. Witness my hand and official Heal at Htarke, Florida, this September
' fE;. C. Long and daughter 1. visited her parents Mr. and of Macclenny spent Sunday with County lylnir Florida being and more *yartlcularly ( SEAL) A. J. Thomaa seal at Starke. Florida, this September ; list. 1943.
"1 *k, L were shopping In Galnes- Mrs. Lee Galney Sunday. their mother Mrs. Milliard described a. follows. ; A. Clerk of said Court. lard, 143. (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas)
y. John J. Hendernon. tU. Augustine, (OFFICIAL I 8EAL! ) A. J. Thoma A. Cleric of said Court. !
' ''hail saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Colan Broughton. P"'Rt'.U. I Clerk of said Court. Joe) Hill William, Lake Butler,
A
Register Fla. Atty. for Pit. 108 4t 10-1S *
,
I
That of NEVi of ,
portion f W /,
Herschel for Pt?. 9-I4.t 1O.t
Lay Fla. Atty.
' Mrs. and Mr. and T. Frank Landrum, ttarke, Florida.
Mrs. Frank
'VI kN *,. and children Colan, Jr., Virginia Reynoldsand Section 16, 'Township" t South. -at: 4t 10-15 .
for Plf.
ai and ,on Darrell of VaN and Edwin of Nashville children of Reddick spent Ramie SI Rant tying within to NOTICE OP APPLICATION ro. Ally,, -
feet of ditch centerllne. said I
di Ga., are visiting relatives Ga., and Mrs. Marcus 'Allen of Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Roy ditch centerline a being described a. TAX DUO iv ("IIU"I'I'I' roi'RT.f BR-'O"'ORD .
..
I. $
( .t. Bill Ne.' l*ft>
CllNo .
Lakeland Reynolds. paAln over and acres. said WH
Ga.
"UIWhera were week-end of NE follows Nor lCs 18 HEREBY: orv_, That T. CHHYt,
% as
!gt. Ovid Lewis returned to guests of E. J. Hazen and fam Beginning on. East boundary of ;J Alderman holder of Tax CertificateNo. i Fonnle Crew, Plaintiff, v*. Vivian FIRSTOY666
.
Jit after a two- ily. ISO. Issued the 4th day of July A. Marie Crew, Defendant. Ca.. No.
iisslppt Tuesday RISINGBy : aid Wit of plt's. JtI a.. point 14S7 D lisa has filed same In my office and 111II11.
feet .
North
tight with his mother. Mr. and corner has made application, for a tax deed to
rttH Mrs. Rurel Dukes and Mrs. Eddie Norman thereof and run thence North 41 I be Issued ORDER PUBLICATION AND
j P. Roberta and son; children of Dukes Station dearve 68 minute West. 301.S the thereon Said certificate embraces NOTICE TO APPEAR
? followlnv described
l Royce Galney and were Mr and Mrs. Emery Lewis and fort| thenre North' 14 degree 11 In the County of Bradford State property of 8TATK: OF FLORIDA tot Vivian 666 TABLETS.SALVE. NOSE DROPS
an Mis Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. minute West ,180.T feet thence :Marl Crews, whose residence I I.
Cliff Kelly, were In GalnesI Tom Markey. sons. Reed and Mead were visit North IS degree UK minute West /lorlda.. towltlC ._,_ SI J
I : of NWV E:*. 14 A In SII Cor .& .._r- r _- '- -III
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Ing relatives in Brooker 866.8 feet; thence North Tt deirree -
business FrIday. Mr. and Sunday. "Sec. 34 Twp 88, R. 12 X:. containing
Mrs. Dawson 41 minutes West S33.1 feett thenceioutb
Thomasand
Mrs. Eddie Norman 30 Acres more or I.... DIRECTOR
and has returned FUNERAL
R. E- Hazen daugh- children of Lacrosse Hi degreen 65 minute West The asssssmenl of
said
[in. visited property un
it! 4, Mary Frances Mr. L. O. Mrs. Mary Thomas Friday. home' after spending two 331.B the feet SWVt,to of the NEW West of smut boundaryof Section der the said certificate Issued was In My Many Year Experience Make It POMlble for Me to Render
months with her the name of Unknown
eon-In-law and
and daughter, Minnie Lou, 18 at a point 44 feet South: EFFICIENT, PROMPT. and COURTEOUS SERVICE
JeW pn Friend* of little Shirley Nell daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Gordon of Northwest. corner thereof; said Unless said certificate suall be reds.md -
Gainesville Saturday. according to law the MODERATE: PRICES-
in Green will be trip of land containing- acre, property
glad to
know' Jones
that In Lake Wales. described therein will be auld to the
r. and Mrs. Eldon Hardy and she is getting along nicely after : more or lea* highest bidder at the court house dooron DeWITT C JONES
With Mr. and Mrs. Thurman Jones P.HKI. a
Wick O. w. Barry were shopping being 111 for several days. have moved to Brooker and werevlsltlnl' That portion ..f NKV4 of SEV4 of November.the, first 143 Monday, which In Is the the month 1st day'of Starke Florid

[jcksonvllle! Thursday.r Each Thursday at 3 o'clock the in Section 28. Township t South. of November, 1943 _- ne-.a- .- '- ___ .
this -
section Sunday. Hanire It Kant lying. within 60 feet Dated a-
this 28th
and Mrs.! James Cason and ladlas of the Red Cross will meetat Friends of Eddie Norman will of ditch survey line deet..-lbedbeirlnittnir .. (Official Seal) day A.of September.;J. THOMAS 1143.,

Jackie and Jimmy were the home of Mrs.. T. W. Mar- on the North boundaryof Clerk of Circuit Court of
be
ran glad to know that he Is welt said NKV4 of BKVt at a point 10-l-4t
10-33
,:alnesvlIle_... on business. Wed- key. This will be a permanent enough to be out again after a 134.8 feet Kant, of Northwest corner e Bradford- County Florida.
meeting place. thereof arid run thence South TO WHO IT MAY rONCRIl, From where I sit.
IY. week of Illness.
41 detcree' 68 minute Kant 2897 e'
TAKH:
Lewis visited In Mrs. : ; NOTICH THAT A 1930 '
Rob Carrie thence7Deuth
Ingram of feet
JT,. Starke Rev. and ) $ degrees 35 Dodge SedAn, Knglne: No.
Mrs. Rufus Green DS-3H16.
last week. and minute Kant; 443 S f..t to> end of .
ta and Baldwin visited relatives here Sunday.Pvt. with an appraised. value of lee
family of Brooker were visitingMr. exlutlnaImproved ditch; said strip than 31,000. was Belied In Bradford
eeulah Harrell Isln, St. Pledger Galney of of land tal 1.88 .
B. Camp con nth. acres moreor County
and Mrs. Eddie Norman last Florida Beptember 1, 11143
where she was called Bland visited his I.... for
rsburg family over being ued In violation of Sec Joe Marsh
njg of Illness. the week-end., Sunday.Mr. You commanded and, each to of be:you and are appearIn hereby Hon 9. Chapt.r 19301, Law of fy

ice and !Mrs. Tom Markey were Pvt. and Mrs. Talmadge Kelly and Mrs. Gordon Jones'of the Circuit Court In and for In Florida the Intention Act of 19311.of E.and W.that Hoar-It

ampa on business Friday. and daughter Kay, of Valdosta Lake Wales are the proud par office Bradford c of t
[rs Lloyd Barry returned Ga., are visiting relatives for a ents of a baby girl named Carolyn In Clarke Bradford County, Florida to possess Department for un by of the Florida State,
Friday from Leesburg few days.A. : Lucille: Mrs. Jones is the on or before the tth day of Beverage Department the property Dan Miles allows he's swimming for years, and.75%:, of ua uJg oe
November A. D. 1943 to show what "
of and Mrs. Eddie above described In front of the right In style these days. ,own graves with our teeth.
daughter Mr.
i she has been. with her B. Surrency Is visiting Ills right, title, Interest or Hen you. County Jail Starke! ., Florida. Oc
bIer Frances who is under brother John In Norman. or any of you, have In and to any tober 15. 10:00 A. M. Dan's always made a point of From where I: sit this new'fInishing
Georgia. lI4iQr
I of naif above described I parrel of All :. ,
tare: of physicians. Friends The following attended the 'The week's meeting closed Sun. land and to show cause. why the Interest p In or to I.said any property right or or up whatever food was style In eating may lead to moderation

will be glad to, knowshe I with name should not be taken for the any part put before him. "Don't make and moderation has
r rances Ordination of Truby Parrlsh at day at Corinth Church an ua..s3 and ,purpose set forth In Maid "ron'dr hereby: retiulred -
.
Is getting along fairly North Pleasant Grove Sunday: all-day meeting and dinner on Petition to-wit. an rl-ht of way. within to thirty (30)tn make days from*urhclaim sense to waste food Jest to be never hurt anybody.

I the for drainage ditch for a section the date of the first stylish he In fact find moderation
Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Colson Mr. grounds. There was a good or portion of state Road 181, publicationof says. yon

j-i. Hershel Layfleld Missy and Mrs. Raud Crews Mr. and crowd every night. The Rev. C. desila-nated a. Project 6811 a* lo Hfctlnn this notice an provided I. Law for by of Now ont come".,. IIn etiquette and tolerance go hand In baud

Mott and Marshall MottIn Mrs. M.. O. Harrell and daughter, A. Crosby of Brooker preached cated map, or surveyed plat nerelnabave and shown referredto. on said Florida 1.tchrtr3J.1I\( ; th mate authority who rays It's wartime ... nether' It's what yon eat or

Gainesville Saturday. Catherine Mrs. Cecil Moore Mrs. Saturday night and Sunday morn or default' may be entered TIIII"ha..e.Beverage .Department, Florida or of all Florida such fashion to take only what you're what you think....Or whether

'. and Mrs. J. B. Harrison Florence Varnado, *Mr. and Mrs.L. ing. against you.WITNEIII8. rights and Interest In and to ..aldproperty going to eat-and flnlnh It up one man prefers a moderate

-ihlldren Zona Sue and Char- L. Parker and children Glenda the Circuit Court'ln my hand and a*for Clerk Bradford of- E.shall. W. cease SCARBOROUOH.and terminate. clean-brcnnae "Food Fight; for Klnnn of e..when yon yourself

of Lake Butler, visited and Shirley Rev, and Mrs. New- THERESSA County. Florida and the seal Director, State Beverage Depart.rnsrrt Freedom." would rather have a soda.
'
of Kald Court I this the 8th day ot of Florida Tullahessee, Flor ;
U here Friday. ton.Mrs. By MUs. Ida Hogan October. A. D. l'J41. at Starke, In ida. 9-14 6t' 10-12 As Doc Mitchell says "Most <<

II'gt, and Mrs. L. L. Parker and L. L. Parker, Mrs.' Raqd Bradford OFFlClAlTSTiYr., Vmntril: Florida, ._ I folks eat too much anyway. Man ,(2.0- ...
( : ) A. J. Thomas
iter, Glenda, were In Galnesu. Crews and Miss Lubedla Plnhols- Mrs. Edith Carter and Betty Clerk A>t.,1,11.! JlK-ult' dJUrt' In anJfor iv: rlllf..T roi'nr. nnAntronoC'KHY and boy, I've watched this town <

on business Friday., ter were shopping Galnesvlllle Roberts were visiting in Starke BrttrlroKf 'Crrunty. Florida.T. CO11'NTY. "'LUIU"1' : 11.\1.; : I,

and Mrs. Clyde Kelly, and Monday for Xmas gifts for Saturday. Petitioner. Frank' LanJrum: Attorney for Joaeph' ('jacob Plaintiff, VH. MarieCliscein. copyrigL I

Winston. and Mrs. Nora Brooker boys 'hi service. The Earl Geiger S.l-c from' Cocoa COUNTY STATR OF OF FLORIDA BRADFORD >) 0 DRR. Defendant.OF PUBLICATION Cane No.AND 1577. ,No. 72 oTis Series 1943, Bmring InJuttry FoiutJallamFLORIDA .

p were in Gainesville Mon. Baptist church Is sponsoring thla. 'Beach was visiting his mother, I. A. J.' Thbma. Clerk of the

Friends of G. W., Hazen will Mrs. J. P. Dickerson, this week. Circuit Court of the I51frhth Judicial -

8> Virginia Crews ;o f Ft. regret to know that he was takento Circuit In and for Bradford ,
Miss Lavern Compton and baby, County Florida, dn hereby certify
ere i Is visiting her 'father for .Glendale Hospital In Palatka Joan have arrived here from that the above and foregoing I I. a ,
true and correct copy of the
t days.
early Monday morning. Kentucky to be with her husbandat Notice In Eminent Domain Proceedings
i I. B. F. Hazen and sons, Lt. Bill Bigham of Tennessee the Keystone Air Field. issued on the 6th day of '
ugi as and Charles and daugh- October A. -D/1943. In the case
visited relatives and friends here
Mrs. M. Hall Mrs. J. P. Dlckrson. of Bradford County a polltl..1IoI.ubdlvl.lon
?hyllls, were guests of reli last week. of.the State of Florida

yea i: In St, Augustine over the Mr. and Mrs. Royce Gatney Mrs. Elsie Bell Geiger, vs. Ernest Wuhilerllch. et al. Defendant \ ;
Marjorie Hall and Grace Dicker- ., Common Law Case No.
and children Eloise and Ronald, 1718: a. the came appear on file .
son were visiting \ in GainesvllUe In this office.
Jacksonville .
Were in Monday.Mrs.
Sunday. WITNESS my hand and official
N. G. Hayes and Mrs. seal at Ktarken: Bradford County,
:Mrs. Garfield Johns and eon, FlorIda. this Cth day of October !
Edna Hayes were in Starke on &
Grady spent the week-end here A. D.- 1943. t
business Tuesday. A. J. THOMAH .
with.. .rAlAtlvpa, .. o. BradfordCounty a'
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SUNNY BROOK FARMBy Thomas Trlest from St. Petersburg .. FloflJa'f/FFICtAL'/ areALJ -

spent he week-end with hb 10.8 4tl 10-80

Dr., Max Shane Mrs. Arsula CrawfordMr. mother, Mrs. S. E. Trlest, and IN CIRCUIT ''trOtltT IIRADFORD ,

family: COUNTY VtOaiDA IM CHANCBBY.:
and Mrs. W. R. Halslop,
Isaac L. Todd Plaintiff. vs Oarrl
OptometristI Mrs. Inez Kelly and granddaughter Herbert Cloversettle S. 1-c and Prince Todd, Defendant Csse. No. 2701. ;

Eloise, and Fred Hals-. wife and baby of Cocoa Beach ORDKR OF PUBLICATION AND :
NOTICE TO APPEAR
lop were shopping in Gainesville were visiting here this week. TATS OP FLORIDA to: Carrie Prince C "a

I your eyes bother you let Monday.Rev. I Ernest Trleat l left Saturday for Todd. whose residence Is Route No. I. .

Int examine them and fit you and Mrs. C. A. Crosby of Camp Shelby, Mlsa., after spending Lorls.You South are required Carolina.to appear on November ,

l with! g.ss.s! if you need them. Brooker spent the week-end here a while with his parents Mr., lat 1(43. In the above named Court S

|30y88n experience. Holidays with his mother, Mrs. W. E. and Mrs. S. E. Trlest and family. and cause and. no wherein other plaintiff relief seeks Bradford divorce l I

IindSundtyi by appointment.TILKPHONK Crosby.Mr. Quite a crowd enjoyed a County Telegraph shall. publish. this- Order
In next four weekly Issues
B487SHITemile and Mrs. W. R. Halslop, chicken supper Thursday night, Witness my band and official seal at .

Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Ward Mr. Oct. 7, given by the Christian Clarke, Florida, this 2Mh of September- .;To', a' '. -.' S ..: (

Theatre Building and Mrs: Alton Dobbs and Fred Union.B. 1(43 Official Seal ,', A. ;J. Thomas a.M4

ntt Main and Mc-nroe Street Halslop were visiting relativesat T. Geiger was visiting In As Clerk of said Court, '

'ACKSONVIiLE, FLORIDAWatch the State Farm Sunday aft- Jacksonville Thur s day of last ;John Atty. ;J for, Plf."n4.raon.&aq.,10-1-41 10-1 a S '


ernoon.Rev. H, L. Chapin of Belle- week.Mr.. and Mrs. A. H. Kelaay IN .-'iTj-2"t'; -*T, nitADKonn W -;

view..visited the bedside of J. N. were transacting bus a e s s In COUNTY ..'LOR"o! CHAN. ,, ,
(CKHV. t + ,
n. : 'H '
Kelly Saturday afternoon. Starke Friday. 'V \
Clyde Raymond Hall Plaintiff. v*. ,
Your Mrs. William Crosby and little Don't forget your' Sunday Olady Hall Defendant. Ca. ,Mo. 1" /' S

son Larry Hugh, returned Friday School at the Hope Baptist 2113.' .. I .44 .- )

Kidneys/ after spending several days with Church every Sunday at 11 o'. AND ORDER NOTICE OF PUBLICATION TO APPBAK I

I Help Them her father In Zephyrh ills. clock and ,.also your Christian elAtE: OF FLORIDA to: (Ulady i '
dean the Blood ,
p
Hall whose reeldence I I. Fairfax '.
of Harmful Body Waste Mrs. Beulah Kelly Mrs. Marcus Union every' Sunday night at 8 I Virginia. S'I

Tour kldnnr* are constantly! altering Conner. Mrs. J. R. Kelly and o'clock.. I You are 'required' to appear on '
*>.t.mstter from the blood stream.But I Mrs. H. B. Kelly were shoppingIn November 8th, 1943 In the above P'
bdMysnm.tlmea lag In their work-do named Court and cause, wherein ':
I jot set .. Nature Intended-fall to reI I Gainesville Tuesday. Edwards GetsEquipment plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford r rAND
0vI Impurlttse that If retained may I Among those visiting the bedside County Telegraph hall publish ;
PGIoa" the system ana apeet the whole I BackJ. .thin Order In next four weekly
I bod=, nwthlaery. of J. N. Kelly Sunday after- ')IIu.*. ,

1 sYmptom. m., be nagging baekaehe.I I ndon were Mr. and Mrs. Mills succeeded Witness m/ hand and official .
PmLIt.DI M. Edwards flnallly
hesdscae.attacks 01 disslneea.lJm .
tal at Htarke' Florida, thl* .
Oo-
"P allhts. sw.llinc. pufflneeeand I Kelly, Frank Kerce, Mr. and Mrs. .
Ild.r In getting his'concrete-mixing >ber 6th. 1943.OFFICIAL '
...1.1,tho '1'loss_of f.lI.s pep and of........ctb...OWl I I Jess VIning and daughter, Jessie machinery and other equipmentback .sEAL) A. J. Thorns.A. "
Other signs of Butler Mr. and Mrs. H. Clerk of said Court. FLORIDA MOTOR LINES BUSES
... sometimes kidney or bladder die'lor I of Lake from an island In the Atlantic :. Frank I..ndrum. Btarke, Florida -
Iao lrequ.nt..rl"\I_burning. 'scanty or I I M. McRae, Mrs.\ Elva McRae, Mrs. where he was employedon Atty. for Plf, iO-8 4t 10-1
I .T*...should be no doubt that prompt I Annie Mae McRae. Mr. and Mrs. .
Itm.nt 'is **"' h" I a Government project some IN ciKCvrr COVBT BHADFOBD ARE PART OF ITS FIGHTING POWER _
I f..."' :" Dean-e lave =-.Y:: I D G. KeUy and daughter, Mamie months ago, and has reopenedhis COUNTY FLORIDA I!* CHANCERY.: I
.T'. rleade i for more than forty ,._... I and M 'and Mrs. Warred Kellyof Cdwln Marlowe. Plaintiff, vs. Mildred
I iUTL-?*". nation-wide ..put.tl.,...' I (, business the Bradford Engineering Hardwlcta.' Marlowe,.,Defendant Case. No. 1

1 J.."."eommsnded rr .... Ak b SOKV,.grateful iwteMerDOANS people/ the Pine Level. Co., near the Starke Ice 3702ORDER F0BU0ATTO1V AND .' Florida U America In. crosssectioncaUy conserving vital materials..* j _

I plant on North Cherry St. J. NOTigB: JO APPBAR, ,
GRAHAM His first contract on which he STAT .OF FLORIDA., la: Mildred fighting mad} and fighting _hard, doing clvlne'wart 1m. travel information- t
PILLS I RsrdwktK M By Mr. Eva Strickland Is now engaged is the concrete! Conwa,. South i Carolina. Its 1 level belt to back _
II our handling baggage.
up troopaacroia
work on the 33 FHA houses to You are required to appear on November .

I Mr. and Mrs. Bunk'Thomasand be erected at KIngsley Lake by Court and las came' I.....wherein m 'the plaintiff above-named seeks the seas with the homf-front co. :Aa our 'share in this state's joint war .

children oC Live Oak spent a Pierson & Kirkpatrick, Gainesville divorce and no other relief. Bradford

few days with his father, W. M. contractors who bllt the dar County In next Telegraph four weekly shell publish Issues. this Or. oparation they must have. program Florida Motor, Lines is'taking t

Thomas1. 100 FHA houses alrea> there Witness my band and official seal al

.'.St a"e Mrs. Vernon Dyal of Tampa and are now b u 11 din 20 In ber.t.....11-1... Florida shim nth of OeplemOf'rieial All of us I in Florida are putting' tha'drive our local boys to induction, c.nt.r..end. ,,\j jbringing

4'e arrived last week to spend a Starke. ( Seal) A. 1. Thomas 'them back home from Ijobs
"81' few days with his father W. M. ,AS Clerk ol Mid Court. I that counts behind the particular training
;John ;J. ,
o
Co i* TIlE riRCirr: COIHT or THE Hend.raoa..a ,
Thomas. ICfUtfTH JUDICIAL CIH Ct. ITHK4DKORO '. Ally for Pit' 10-1... 10-31 camps' on well-earned leaves. W. are
4"r.isis Pfc. Wlllard Thomas of Camp COfNTY: LAW NO. that its ours to d whether I..

Breckenrldce. Ky., Is spending a BKADFORD. 2114. COUNTY a political. 15T COI"XT1T.flHCflT! FLORIDA COI/RT. 0RADPORU IX! (;II AN- sending our men to the colors I .-buildingthttr transporting our Florida neighbors to. _
13 day furlough with his parents ubdlvUion of the $tate of Florida VERY w {
Slmmle Thomas.J. Peter Renvlck Cooper, Plaintiff .*. \ their vital jobs in war plants and on
Mr. and Mrs. Petitioner, Cora Cooper Defendant. Case No. \ guns tad ships tad p/aae*-buying I

/14414 L. Morgan of Camp furlough Stewart with, Ernest-v-Wund.rllch. et .at, 1112.ORDER OF PUBLICATION bonds-or moving I farms. ,We are keeping essential travel t,
U spending a manpower.
Qa., erendant AND NOTICH TO APPEAR \ ,
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. NOTICE HTATE OP FORIDA to: Cora on the move-.linking up this state with
IN hooper, ,whose, residence I. un-
about Morgan. EMINENT DOMAJX PROCEEDINGS k nown.. Florida men and women loyal. Florida
dependable.I.II' ,t. 'Pftf. and Mrs. Earnie Thomas IN THE NAME OF THE You are required to appear on avery other area where the Nation's war; '

;.. of -Tamp,, are spending a few TO ALL 8TATB. WHOM OF IT FLORIDA WAY CONCERN1. November named Court 8th.and 143.cause In the, wherein above Motor Line. employees. are .biuy, keeping .. activitlea are centered. *

FIRE days \wlth hli ,fat a er, W. M. AND TOErnest plaintiff *...ka divorce. Bradford '
INSURANCE* Thomas.r': ',I'll- Wunderlloh who* plac. of bounty! .Teie5aph shall publish I our buses rolling to help keep our Florida -Is in this fd wlIi-w41
fight
and residence !I. Joust Illinois; Oustav this OrUerIn 'next four, weekly .
Srt. and Mrs. John Willis H. Tbulln. Alto V. Thulln and .*ue*.
of Fort Myers arrived Saturday Carl A. Thulln. the place of residence Witness ,my hand and official war effort in high gear. h.'r.. drlvdldn't start the fight but we're going to
son with of each of whom !. S4nrammont seal at Starke, Florida, this 00OI1'FICIAL S
i to spend a few days Romd. Worcester I n tober 6th. 1>43. Jng the buses. -keeping them mechani- finish IU V
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'relatives here; Worc..t.r County Massachusetts ( KAL.) A. J. Thomas :
And to alt person havln or A* Clerk of said Court.
Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Starlingand claiming any right' title. lnt.r..t. .... Frank '..ndrum, Btarke, Florida UNION BUS STATION
Charley E. Johns children spent Sunday with .utat mortmffaf* or other lien to or Atty. for Plf. 10-8 4t '10-1 LACY CONWAY Agent
brother-in-law on tho. certain parcel of land In ,
Mrs. Starlings Bradford County. Florida. whichare iv cinrriT ('Of'II"''. HRADPORIICnllTV Temple Avenue Phone 117 '
Agency and sister. Mr. and Mrs. Perry Included In and required for FLORI 'A l< HI AN.CKHY. .
drainage of that part of State .
Phone is Newsome of Starke. Road 181, deilnnated a* "Project >.lle> J. Robinson, Plaintiff. v*.
st
rkeo. Fla.: :Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Roberts 6521" a. located lurveyrd and Annabel Cornell Robinson, De- HORIDAMOTORTlNES .
with his platted. by the Btate Road Department endant.. Ca. No. 170*. ,:, 1 .
afternoon It
".... spent Sunday of the state of Florid and ORDER OF PUBLICATION
*."tin.THa-niAvcurta Fine mother in Lake Butler. Shown by rIght of way. map thereof AND NOrriCK TO APPEAR
IIISURANCE( of Tenn. on file In the office/ of the HTATE: or FLORIDA toi Anna-
::::: --- COMPANY Hartford Pvt. Lewis Thomas Clerk of the Circuit Court In and b.U. Cornell Robinson whone reel- I _
;: 'essee Is spending a week with for Bradford County. Florida. a dene l Ie JOJ4 Wleoo n e I n Ave.,, ill

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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARK FLORIDA FRIDAYor-
KlflfTT It It ,
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I of menus visits to markets and I health and duty and take their Building

Service will be continued every Thursday Cutting ScrapesFour Pappas Sells PlotMr. dairies, keeping of notebooks and places at the battle front. Permit8

Warning night at 8 o'clock and all observers charts. 'The encouragement of good I "Nurses are the ones who can The fOllOwing
attend, were reported and Mrs. George Pappas will bUilding
Held Ready are expected to cutting scrapes eating habits In the community were Ptr
Mrs' Osborne stated. to the Sheriff's office the recently sold a small plot o I f be one of the objectives of the help do this. No other call could Cleric: Carl .fohns 11I81\ed\ b)'

Watches at the local observa- ground, on the east side of Road course. : be.gr ater than to care for these
tion have been discontinued first of the week two Sunday 13 about a hair mile north, of : The classes will study community great heroes", Mrs. Lewis former Isham11'on Sept
pout 28
ArrestedSix to
temporarily, in accordance with a Gamblers night and two Monday night J. Starke, to Nick Veztroupouloa., needs In nutrition and how to meet County Nurse said. "Florida girls feet roof a negr,, relidcoce;

recent Army order halting the were arrested early B. Rowe jailor stated yesterday.Two Sit home-made trailers were Included these needs by disseminating nu- are answering this call from all ors In Knight qUllrtc"" I'
negroes with the acreage and also"Nick's" : T. J.
Aircraft Warning Service. How- in Knight's qual'terS i were In Knight's quarters trition Information. In this way over the State. MCIntyre,
Sunday morning' tire vulcanizing: shop he U:50: to Sfpl
ever, the Chief Observer, Mrs. T. to I one In Lincoln City and one in nutrition graduates can assist in Tultl6n. room and board anda paint aM h-road
according of his old Pit
been forced'out
for gambling having
Osborril. has orders to maintain at 631
H. allowance will be given West
monthly
"cutters"were building
Three of the the national food through Mad
organization and J. B. Row, jailor Each put upa Lawtey. site across the road when J. F. program
the post the student beginning with $15

al be ready to resume operation incase $25: bond or a total of 9150: "shooting-cutting"women and scrape.one was Two a Rabeck P. H.purchased Hasklns a he few propertyfrom months city.an education" For" further program Information In our own regarding per month for the first nine Joe Truby Oct 6 iiis.

of an alert. The post will for the experience. They were were family affairs one woman The financial 'consideration enrollment see Mrs. Ga.hagan months $20 for the next 15 to add bedroom 10x12 *i

% operate every Wednesday afternoon Ell Gibson, Tommy Powell U.: cutting her husband, and a man ago. at the Church Service Cen- 21 months and then _not less bedroom. PLO
$795
of the transaction was ac-
for practice Mrs. Osborneannounced. Glvena Eddie Mc- cutting and shooting his brother. ter on Church Street or M-.. Juntas than $30 a month until graduation -
I Smith Jesse cording to Mr. Pappas.
I All involved In the scrapes were: Smith Chairman of Volunteer Services -to high school girls ,wishingto
Welder.
Classes in aircraft recognition Laln and Nathaniel negroes. telephone 140-J. enter training under the U. S. FO
VICTOR
Aubrey-Pender"of-Lawtey'Is NancyK. GriffinMiss Cadet Nurse Corps.

arrested More Nurses Nurses will' not be required to
out on bond after being
Nancy Kathryn Griffin.
BRADFORD COUNTY FAIR on a charge of cutting her bus 15-year-old: daughter of Mr: and Urgently Needed"The pledge themselves to military ser-

ban: Saturday night.: L. B. Mrs. C. W. Griffin died at her vice only. Members of the Corps i

Hamilton of Lincoln City Is being home at Kingsley Lake Villageat United States Is calling must be 17 to 35: years of age 1 1I 1I 1
I
12345.6 1943 held In jail charged with cutting 9 P. M. Thursday, Oct. 7. Although for more nurses for' the Army with, other requirement See or I
November Hamilton and write Mrs.: Lewis at Lawtey for '
his brother Barley she died suddenly, !she and Navy as well as the home
shooting at. him when tie attempted had been In 111 ,health for sevefal front", Mrs.: Mabel G. Lewis, of further particulars. 11

FLORIDA to run away. The two Lawtey. Chairman of the Brad-

STARKE, -:- cutting scrapes in Knight's ,quarters years.The' body was prepared for ford Nursing Council for War Lawtey MethodistSunday

are yet unsolved and no ar- Service said this week. "More Buy
rests have been made, Mr. Rowe burial by DeWlti
said. shipped to Decatur, Ga.. Friday help win the war. Our boys are Ing Worship 11 o'clock, subject, Extra p pfilar

PREMIUM LIST afternoon where funeral services doing their part. Every day some "The Overcoming Life;. Evening

Back From VacationMr. were' conducted at the graveside boy is giving his life while many service 8 P. J.L. subject "What Bo

Saturday are being wounded for life. However Will the Harvest Be t"-Herbert
offered at the Bradford I
Listed below are the premiums to be and Mrs. Sigraund Drucker many can be nursed back to Hazzard, pastor.

County Fair Nov. 1-6: returned October 7 from a vaca- Nutrition Stressed. '-- -.-.-.-.-.-.-,-.- _,_ ___._ ... ... _'_'0. .. ... .ow _

Boy Scout exhibit-$3 1st prize $2 2nd $1 3rd., tion trip extending from New By Red Cross
Haven Conn., and New York I

Community exhibit-'23: 1st prize $20 2nd flS 3rd. City to San Diego and Log Angeles "The Red Cross chapter of Brad-

Calif. Mr. Drucker, left In ford County is promoting nutrition VETT'SGROCETERIA
School exhibit-$5: 1st prize, $3.50 2nd. $2 3rd. June because of 111 health and education as one of Its most important -

spent some time under the treatment wartime programs on the I
exhibits and prizes are as follows: "
Individual of a specialist in New York home front. This statement was

lit Prl. 2nd PrUa See Prime City. :Mrs. Drucker left two made by Judge E. K. Ferryman'
CHOPS chapter chairman, who at the same
II00 1.00 .&0 months ago and visited her son time announced the appointment I
Corn 10 ear Lt.; and :Mrs. j
1.00 .50 and daughter-in-law of :Mattie chairman
Can., 10 .talk* 1.00 Mrs. Gahagan as -
Peanut, t gal. runner .&0 .25 J.. J. Drucker at New Haven. of the Nutrition Committee.
Peanut, 1 ..aL Spanish .50 ..211CJ1uf. Mrs. J. J. Drucker accom- According to Judge Ferryman,I WILL OPEN HERE SOON

.., 1 bunch .50 .25 panied her father and mother- classes are being enrolled for the
Chufa. X qta. > .50 .15 in-law to San Diego Calif., where standard nutrition course of 20 I .

Hay, 1 bale cowpea, .50 .15 they visited another son, Maj. hours. 'WomenaU. over the coun- ,
Hay i. bale peanut .&0 .IS Dave Drucker. Both sons are pilots try,' he said "are turning to the '. ,.
Hay, 1 bal. other .&0 .IS Red Cross for help In planning adequate -
.IS In the Army Air Force and WE WILL USE LOCAL PEOPLE SO FAR AS
Porto Rica .50 and
Sweet Potatoes 1 pk. tasty diets in the face .
.. .
_. the Southwest ,
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left for -
.15 Major Drucker - -- .
.50
Sweet Potatoes. 1 pk. other variety k of_food shortages and the rationing
Pumpkin on. variety .&0 .IS Pacific before his parentsleft. of staples." Classes will be taught POSSIBLE

Syrup. X pt.. In bottle .60 ..15 They then drove the Ma- ,by experienced nutritionists who .
Pecan, 1 lb. .&o.n jor's car home, Mrs. J. J. Drucker volunteer their services

t Forage crop bundle green .50 .IS accompanying them. She.re. Asked how the courses Will help
.
Forage crop bundle dry .50 .35 turned to New Haven Saturday. housewives to adjust themselves Any worthwhll. article not listed .50 .X5 the national wartime food t -' CLERKS
String bean, 1 gal .50 .15' Mrs. Oahagan ''newly appointed program, ., MEAT CUTTERS, GROCERY ,
Cuk.., half docen .60 .25 Drivers Licenses '.
nutrition chairman: said instructors t.: "
.50 .25 SALES LADIES
Pa gal. would keep classes to date
Turnip., halt do.' .&0 I .15 Sales DropA up
e." '
on latest developments assisting
.&0 ,
Irish Potato, 1 pk. J.II'
drivers' licenses them to vary menus as the food
8trawbrrli. X plant .50 : X5 total of 2,940 Apply
picture changes. she "I> ,
Emphasis
Fresh Fruit be.t exhibit X.00 1,00" ..50.25 of all types have been sold .
said will be planning balanced
K.x.. '1 do.. whit. 1.00' .50 -. through Oct. 13 by County on
meals
up with nutritional
Egg, 1 doe brown 1.00 ,&0 ..253r4 Judge E. K. Ferryman, as compared on marketing proper for low-cost content and- MONDAY, OCTOBER 18, 10:00 A. M.

MOWR CANNIta: .l.t Prl. 3mi Prla. PI:. with 3,519 reported Oct. 2, abundant foods;and on the elimination

One jar each of X "varieties' of; 1942. This reveals a shortage of of waste. At Our Location
more than 16 percent under last "The courses -will give basic Information -
...table.' X,00 1,50 1.00
with 11 more days includedIn on food needs and food
fruit X.00 1,110 1.00 year, Green Building West Call Street
the This may be due. values" :Mrs.OaUagan said "com- ,
report.
lam and Preserves. X 00 10 1.00 ,
bined with such; class activities as
fewer
to the fact that
elite( X 00 60Jfeat 1.00 of course
x.00 1.110 1.00 cars are here DOW since Camp the actual planning,and preparing

NfJl'JDLICWORK 1.. Prl.. Sad P.I_ 3,4 P.... Blandlng's population has greatly -
decreased; and not because people
t 'Oarment 1.00 1.0 1.00 are slow to purchase their licenses. -
1 Piece Crocheting 1,00 1.0 1.00 4
.
1 Pl.ce Knlttln& or EmbroIdery 1.00 1.0 1.00I
quilt or qUilt Top 1,00 1.0 1.00I The State as a whole shows a

Piece Other Needlework 100 1,50 1.00 10 percent Increase over last .

year throwing Bradford' County You flee d You s Ch.urch

CLASSIFIED ADS 26 age.percent below the State aver- r



WANTED WANTED-Settled white lady to

Ltwtlng on apartment, houses) or take care of home for elderly New. Pharmacist ,
'

home for mile rent of located, Starke within 20 couple.premises.Good Apply pay, Smith's Must live Garage on Miss Starke Mary last Reeder week'from; who Atlanta arrivedIn ,'r.'p. Your Church Needs You .t..":u i :

10-8 'p
119 East Call Street, 2tp
Ga.. Is the new pharmacist at ., ,
W. T. CLUTE Realtor WANTED -waitress and dishwashers Carpenter's Drug Store She lea .-
.' "
Standing Center Restaurant native of Florida and, her
WANTED-Carpenter work or In Putnam ,',rwrp ass;"( pa.' :v.c', '1 \
Joe Decker 9-24 4tp father was a pharmacist .., .
.. ,
roofing. New work- or repairs.R. ru: ; '
County for many years. ; .

213. H.N.English,, Broadway P.O.Starke Box,499 Itp or PERMANENT WAVE 89ct Do Miss Reeder Is a registered J.:;;: ; : .
:
your own Permanent with pharmacist having had a Georgia Churches of Starke Offer Cordial .

WESTERN UNION' WANTS sev- Chann-Kurl Kit. Complete license for 10 years She received I ",

eral young ladles, age 18 to equipment. Including 40 curlers her Florida license last June. ....:t. ,,,, 1
and shampoo. Easy to do, absolutely In addition to Miss Reeder '
25.: high school graduates with Welcome To Those In The ;.
touch typing training for Immediate harmless. Praised by EX D. Mobley registered pharmacist S m '" ,:
'/ ,.
employment. See Mr, thousands, including Fay Mc- ,from the State Farm, comesin 1ti' .
Kenile, glamorous movie star. afternoon and night to ,,1' ',I '
Whitehead Western Union, every "::' Armed and Civilian '
Starke. Itp Money refunded If not satisfied.Koch's help fill prescriptions at Car- 4 y Services.FJRST '.": :;; -xe'

Drug Store. penters.'Brownie. <. ....
FOR SALE-Large Iron heater ... .
.
perfect condition. Will heat IF YOU WOULD BUY OR SELL t '

large house. .Inquire at 111 W. milk cows stock cows beef cat- Group .

Call St. ltp tle,, stock bulls or hogs, get In Organized Here ,

touch with J. D. Odom, Jr.,
FOR RENT-Unfurnished, mod Box 247 Starke; Box 204 Lake Mrs. Lemuel Colson Girl Scout BAPTIST CHURCH ST. MARK'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH

ern house* four rooms and bath. City; Telephone 481 Lake City. Leader who already has 29 fine

'Adults. Apply 015 McMahon. Auction market every Tuesday ,Girl Scouts of the intermediate MV Jefferson St. ,and Clark St. Church and Jackson Streets
.
A. F. Sauls. Itp
Lake effected an
: ; age. 10-14 has just I'

HOUSEKEEPER WANTED -To day.. organization" of "Brownies," age A.,E. LIGHTFOOT, Pastor FRED YERKES, RectorFIRST .

i 7-10 ,who are under the leadership ,
care for home and 2yearoldchild.
17 "ON LfMITS" ft r
APTS.-Furnished : of Mrs Alloneese Gregor.
1 1-2 ml., from Starke. ., "
gas heat, gas cooking, after
Good home room, board and They meet on Wednesday ";
hot and e cold water showers, noons after school, about 3 o'
to widow
salary. No objection ,linen dishes, electric lights. ,By PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
and child or soldier\ and wife clock, and are seeking regular FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
week or month. 5 min. walk meeting place for their weekly 2- ,' ,
312 Call '..
Apply Lappe Bakery, ;h
St. Itp from'B Gate at Ktngsley Lake. hour meetings Wednesday after- 348 N. Chef St. 'Jefferson and Walnut '
BUndlng Courts Larry's noons. Anyone knowing of a ,

WANTED-Old phonograph rec- Place. Itp suitable place which is 1 available, CHAS.. H. ALLN, Pastor G. C. POWELL, Pastor1

orora. So per lb. Nona with will please Inform one of the "
FOR SALE-4 new bedroom sets,
.
...
Phone 179 Pal Music leaden., ,
paper. '
complete-Larry's Place Boomtown .I.. .
Co., Starke Fla. t* Itp Mrs. Cotton stated this week ..

that she had also been granted .:' '. .
FOR SALK-Fryers and hens. .
WANTED Stenogrttpher4, one the permission to organize the 1 "
F. M. Merritt, Road,, 28 near familiar with personnel forms senior girls. Those desiring admission .

Long Bridge. 9-24 4tp and stock record cards. Writ to this new group must !tl; SERVICES : : .

SPENCER SUPPORTS brass Box 431-A. Starke. Itp be 15: Years of age or above and : '
for be In the senior high school she ':
eres individually designed
FOR SALE 1938 Plymouth Sunday Church School 10 A. M. ..
floatIng stated. ivWv-
maternity post operative .J. ,
mechanical _.
coupe 1 n perfect "'
IS >

backache.kidney Card gen addressed eral fatigue Mrs. condition new tires.and See with:Mitchell five Ergo brand Invite New MembersThe '(,r'< Sunday Morning Worship 11 A. M.'r.,A' :. ., 'ir. i,,'

Pearce, 305 Madison St., will "
bring service to. you. Itp at Jerry's. Itp young people' of 'the First : Young Peoples Meetings 6:30 P. M. :{ :

FOR RENT. Svveral well-fur- Baptist Church are Inviting new "\.r; '1'
FOR RENT--One -room and one .r:tir,.... Sunday Evening .
unfur- nished apartments 2 mL east' of members to join their organization Worship 7:30 P. M.. ; '. '
4-room brick apartment .
Starke on Road 48 toward which meets each Sundayat "
nished.. Each modernly bath.equipped Blinding 200 yards to right of 6:3O P. M. 2'' Midweek; Service 7:30 p. M. -:'

and with private E.I road. L. B. Jordan Rt. 2. Box The subject for this quarterIs L
B. Andrews Raiford;
304 Starke.
"Baptists and What Baptists
Lake Butler. .
1830 ,
Believe" and the theme for Sunday's ,
10-8 3tp 10-22 FOR SALE-Model A auto parts ':.', I-
will be "The
new and used. Mrs. T.. J. McIntyre program "
FOR SALE-Would you like to ,. 631 W,. Madison St.. I Democracy of the Baptist Church \
own a new 3-bedroom.. FHA Starke.. ltp In Action". The various topics oo 5)0
house with a down paymentof will be discussed by Seleta Church G .s Ja

less than 1700 and monthly FURNISHED COTTAGES for Sparks. Fannie Silcox. Lois New- .. verc u n yII
payments of less than $30. If rent.-MIdlake... 2 ml. north of some Evelyn Newsome and LU

ad. see W. T. Clute realtor I Keystone Heights Road 28. Earl Ford.

i 119 East Call St.; Starke. Itp 10-8 2tp New members are welcomed.




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