Group Title: Bradford County Telegraph.
Title: Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Uniform Title: Bradford County Telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke, Fla.
Starke Fla
Publication Date: June 23, 1944
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Bibliographic ID: UF00027795
Volume ID: VID04868
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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,, ning Issue Bradford's 5th War Loan Quota $270,000; Starke Placed

nies Before With Drive Half Over, County Has Bought In Class Two

fixation y Council of citizens from I Only $57,800 20 Percent Of Total Asked! For Fire news to RatesGood property owner* !,

before I I !
I'pjst Starke appeared I of Starke Is the announcement
evening With only two weekx.
Tuesday remaining
Council made
this week by the Insurance I IRlI.tlnJt

in.. a petition asking that Hundreds From Starke See Infantry Go In II..* Fifth War l...wn I>rUe.llradfrmt i I Bureau of Florida, that ,
Lowly Becomes
.Jbe barred from building CountliutH' lmlnesie
Ijvln/r/ property on the west Through Paces at Blanding Celebration I $.17,800 In buniN, little more :i As Local Firm Fills Emergency Need group. This mehnu that Insurance ,

K canal near Bill Sapp'sThe than 20 percent of the $270.000: I II I rates will be lowered considerably

petition had 65 sign- The "good neighbor" policy on the bleachers to view a para quota. !I By MAKY JO KENT I the output has mounted to some I'

which exists between the City of chute Jumping exhibition which Figures from the Florida Hunk ,I 600 dozen a day. I The

of Starke and Camp Blanding was | preceded a cordial greeting by at Sturkc throughVdnemUy. i Clothespins! Mrs. Jones, Mrs. announcement was made
its disapproval I The first crude "machine" made Tuesday In
I City Clerk Carl Johns-
gbterlng for ne- vividly demonstrated last Thurs Brig. General E. W. Fales and anI ho\v 940.812.50' ea..h l (tale*, which' Malarky and Miss Peabody didn't I
wild,"' of one clothespin at a time. Now animproved office after the completion of
sections the Coun- day when a large delegation of introduction of Major General Include C. Or and F bond well think much about clothespins until a
white gadget turns out five at thorough check-up of fire hazard"
In citizens the W. Hazlett all E. The one day, each went out to
complete accepted Camp's Invitation Harry as the principal pOKtoffire wport hang
for a
In the
ide plans an operation and plans are in the II | city and an Inspection of I
to Its of the $16,987.50! ( from (he fliwt or the the fresh-tubbed I
t the city in the near Infantry Day ac speaker day. Having Just family washing fire fighting
of for device equipment by
I making an Improved engineers
g action, the Council tivities. returned from a tour of battle- month through "'('(llIl'tIday. The** In the sun and there were no pins i from
This the Bureau. '
that will make
more pins mort'quickly.
e recurrence : fronts. General Hazlett Is now are all K bonds. in the bag. What's more,
,, will avoid any More than 50 cars made up the theycouldn't A similar ;
The first "factory" was Inspection was ordered
this week. Commanding General of the Replacement Although thU look* like a poor
it faced Motorcade sponsored by the buy any In the stores.
epioblem a small, out of the room, already recently by the SoutheasternUnderwriters
School Command in lit art, there lit tlll hope of rriwhIng way
Council also I
member of Starke Chamber of Commerce i Worse than that, the stores could of Atlanta
V "on'fOrt..1 l crowded with odds and ends and itwa
1 that building permits would under the chairmanship of W. T. I Birmingham having Jurisdiction the quota a* no ( n't get any this week . or for I their report with I
< outside over every ground replacement drive ha-4. yet been made lie re. : of lumber Now the clothespin couploil one I
M Issued to negroes Clute which provided transportation next Monday's washing either. made this week by the Insurance
segregated districts for the representative I center In the United States.In Chairman Jos. R.Wllaou announced "department" is being moved to a ; ./
>,pir own group It was about this time that the Rating Bureau that brought about '
that liln committee have
brief and forceful talk with uncluttered
and Lincoln a neat new workshop
Reno of Interested Starkeltes who left
d include been and will to folks down at Quigley and Davis the reclassificatlon of the city Inregard :
General Hazlett that Infantry appointed go .1
be explained benches and shiny, modern
Neither will permits here "shortly after 1 p. m. Thurs to fire
Insurance. Starkn.
the sale Day was planned In the work In the bu lne,,* tlltlrlct. got tired saying "No clothespins tools. I
anticipating to witness the of I
whites day program had l formerly been classified In
hope that the public might learn I within the next few day.*. today M'am. So sorry." They I
supancy of property by nea. events planned in connection with In this shop, where new' drills, group three.
what the Infantryman Is and perhaps thought It would be simpler
the nation-wide observance of grlndeia, saws and punches have This

!:.ligator Creek will be the dl- Infantry Day. what he has to do. Using a squad To the People to streamline that old axiom been Installed, several hard-to-get pnnslble Improved by the rating employment was made of

>, line between black and The Motorcade, made up of of 12 soldiers, he demonstrated of this Community "Necessity Is the Mother of Invention" Items will be made from salvaged' full-time firemenand the additional
j the which each that"team" .
man on
e sections on the south of private cars, 20 of them occupied part This Is a home front co.nmunl. and try a hand at MAKING bits of metal and wood to help fire fighting equipment

ft and the canal'running by Rotarians, and three station mustplay of each, stressing Individual the In que On the most Vital war action some clothespins for their "rill the gap." which was recently purchased by I
'!'iwest of the city limits in a wagons donated by the Strick combat tactics. now in progress of the land in every-the Fifth community customers. Ending the "clothespin story' ," the. city, The extension and enlargement t

Easterly direction into Alii- land Cab Company, was led by a General Hazlett answered the War Loan. And so it was that they salvaged J. T Qulgley; senior partner In th.. ] of water mains and !

will form a boundary State Highway Patrolman and We are advancing the Increased
r Creek popular implication that the Infantryman some old time ingenuity and 35-year-old veteran firm of Qulg- water supply, bothprojects I
east portion of town. The followed by Chief of Police A. L. on of the Federal Works
it Vlth honest
and Davis sal'i
has been neglected by our objective. ley I
of wood and turned
ale limits will exclude ne- Alvarez It was met near the How some scraps Aiiency, allio had a direct bearing "
pointing out that the army can'tget simplicity, "Thnt's the way America
on the west and north. Blanding West gate by a military along without any branch of ever make, wmiut out a couple of dozen clothespins became America you know. . I, on the decision of the Inspectors. i

meeting Tuesday, patrol and escorted to the park- for Mrs. Jones Mrs. Malarky and Pleased with the outcome of the t :;
Us regular Its organization, least of all the certain that by using whnt we have to make
also made plans for Ing area, entering the Camp as a we reach Inspection, Mayor Charles Darby" ;"
Council he i
Infantry. Quoting Ernie Pyle Miss Peabody. But the ladies 1 what we wnnt. Sometimes! It'sI
store house unit, without individual passes. and pass stated. thl* week: "Townnpeoplo j t'I '
building of a city said, "They are the boys theycan't our goal by couldn't keep a good secret. Soon I I good for folks to find that everything should be to know that
barn on the light; plant Having arrived at Stewart without." July 8. This I I I happy ,:
power win a war orders started In from their I small .
piling even so a thing as a
nda, construction to begin Field the group scattered to view Hazlett can be done i I within year all the money they
30 which had been assembled Continuing, General remarked if everyone of us put* something neighbors In the next block . clothespin. Is not always easily j I I pent In taxes for additional fire

in! the next days. the displays that the youth of America extra ot ourielves into the fight. from out of town . out of state, available. A pauna . and then i fighting equipment and full-time
matter of the paving of there to give civilians has been taught that the Government No one needs to rem md you tna t
icuth e end of Cherry St. was an Idea of the work being carried gives the people privileges It is an American trait to go Into until now, after only a few weeks, he added, with an air of optimistic firemen will be returned( to them
a sprint with the goal In sight. dozen by of reduced Insurance
more than 2,000 clothespins finality, "Ingenuity and effort will way
in the various soldier-making
over for further consldera- on and rights without mention- We started this puih June 12. rates." .
units of the Camp. Ing responsibility and duty. "It Reports from every city and town have been made and mailed and produce it, though.

Special busses left the field and duty in America tell us that the number Local Insurance agent yesterday '
this responsibility
1 13 at Individual buyers of extra
- explained that Starke
Intermittently during" the after Soldier of today and WarBondstodayh.reached an already
which the
4-H Boys Use Care And Thought In Sending
has a low.baalc Insurance rate on
noon, carrying visitors to a range civilian of tomorrow must unprecedented total We all know I I
the that In addition to numbers w* private. residences, a reduction
m i This CountyAttend where soldiers gave demonstrations know and understand if Gifts To Men Stationed Overseas
com to need lire r.'Y extra War '
the' anti-tank pow 4ur which went Into eff ot In May, .;,
.firing of wvlve, The "
future ze1l1rattottrare-to!
Camp V" grenade, the flame thrower, the he' said. psifteTTnirsToikpi!. of War Members of the Starke post office any noMlep would tn> "very' e.nImrraNiMd' 1043 as part of a state-wide plan.

57 nun. anti tank gun and the Bonds, the eai ier it will be for IUto ",taff vxlio have swan a lot to receive" it foi-hole The new classification will probably

,bout 40 4-H Club boys under "Bozooka". In conclusion the General declared let this war j2yer! *>MB3QBFTnl3 of postage find shipping space pillow, pajnmait. or other signified.. I have Its greatest effect on '
rvlslon of County Agent, L. "There is hard and dirty : very momen our boys are I mercantile rates it was said. ,:I II
Particular interest was displayed waging a life-and-death struggle. b"lnK wasted on useless articles ("I..Ilm'nt. Stationery' evreNiunlewt
annual 4-H
er, will attend and vicious work to be done ..
In the explanation of officers, Every additional( War Bond you mailed: to men overseas, have requested haltltDjCft. tile erv' .Icemana I
Camp at Camp of which must be accomplished In the out.
much buy will play Its part
aboard each bus concerning routine the Telegraph to reprint k* for II, beeatifte. tnont mullMergenntM New Commander
will leave from the Court by the Infantryman. He come. Last month's War Bond
of the training pro last week's War Bond yell tel"daY'1 inn following a-tlcle prepared by lime MiipiilU'' *. Cookie*
is by school bus at 1 P. M. phases must have something more than Succeeds Co!. Smith
Knch also called attention War Bond are already in the Associated Ptens-: are line, hut If you cnn't bakerenlly

hday'day, ,Juno July 26 1, and about will noon.return to gram.a number of points! of Interest a to strong win this back war.and" a weak mind I the another embattled day for foxholes.the home Today front is The Allied Invasion of Europe |roooyx \\'oiliell| At Camp Blanding t '::1

enroute, Including the 'bayonet just as today is another day for mi-nit Incrcaned traliiN( on mippljrlines rntlier 'liuve, Ihei commercial vn-i

..11 4-H boys who have a farm course, transition, machine gun As a fitting climax to an outstanding i the boys on the battletronts.I carrying: the material ofnr i-lety' with ICMH nentIntent nnd ;i Transfer of Col. Walter E. r :'

Wt with a record book on the of events, an THE EDITOR. Smith officer of
program edlblllt
| and clone combat ranges, the infiltration \\ to ,America' men ovei-wii* more ) I
J t are eligible to attend. The "retreat" was followed Camp Blanding, to Camp Shelby, ,
Sanitation Impressive I of IniportHnce
course, Field So it'* paramount In Italy and. Africa, candy /ami
P program will consist of formal parade which aptly Miss., on an undisclosed a nlgnrnent -
the mod by a that package xenil
area and the site of Named now e\ery you Cigarettes are rationed! f III o they'd
'8, swimming, classes for "German" village. displayed the skill and care that I Rotarians your hold Ier (contain the thing be welcome In any parcel. So waa announced last week.Col. r.

ut two hours each day, and ern of each Smith who ho commanded ,;1
training !
the Work ,
Several Jeeps were placed at the goes Into For Bond Drive lie actually nnnt* or nceils Jind would mlM cheesim, (packed. In

111 program and free picture of visitors for Jaunts man and each unit represented In not uscle article' to clutter up slasH.) jellies, nncks, cold-water Florida's largest military Installation i

vi In the evening. There will disposal about and fresh orangeade that group of S thousand march- Several Informal talks featuied the mull*. shaving slicks and sweaters for I since January 1. will bcf "

i Red Cross life saver who will camp the many of the succeeded In command of Eilan-
Ing men-typical of. I the regular meeting Rotary
and doughnuts were served( by Kxb'ctly: what Items the boys !n the winter
!h) iwlmminu and first aid.Tf thousands that have been "grad Club Wednesday. Ensign E. K. I, ding by Col. Edward C. Uose, recently
cooks during the afternoon. France \Y.'.! bo needing nobody In China Din-ma rndllldon.t
day will be full of fun. recon army returned to uated" from IRTC, Cafhp Elan- I Ferryman, Jr.; who has just grad : safe Boys or i In command at Camp Sutton -
But !It's
Spectators were knouj )ot. probably need cigarettes, becausethey (
and educational pro- ding. uated from the ]Naval Academy N. C. ..'
Stewart Field in time to gather to assume that they will be ableto can get all they wont Large 'I
ns. at Annapolis, gave an Interesting The change will give thn Army
i>#e the tamo article they hard chocolate bars that can withstand
foe boys and county agents discussion of the".training received near Starke Its sixth com
chewing post
Truck Owners needed In Kiigland: -candy the heat are fine, and so
P Baker, Columbia and Union Dyer Asks For there. popcorn, well-packed are tin-boxed candles that won't mander since activation back on

piles will camp there at same Support Should Apply Now Also a guest of the club at this cakep', cookies" and groceries. In melt away. Extra nocks, shirts September 14, 1040. Previous commanders

'. About 120 boys are ex- Greater time was the Rev. W. J. Church- are rationed Included. MaJ. n. R. Ray
Rngland, cigarettes and sleeveless sweaters com! In
ed used Drive For T Rations well of the :Met hod Nt! Gen. John J. Persons,
and the camp will be In Paper % new pastor to leven packs a week, so If handy sometimes/ but don't send mond, MaJ.
nher dur- Church who stressed the great Gen. Morrl B. Payne, and
week ,
counties each MaJ.
W. U Blair, chief clerk of the your GI smokes! mnre than any underwear Also uaeful are I
the summer The County Salvage Committee Importance of religion In the two will come In Brig. Gen L,. A. Kunzlg. who retired
board, truck | a carton or fountain pen and pencil !sets
wp JtcQ'jarrle is loon ted one is having some success In the "local rationing urges world today.L. i! handy. But don't load him down I watches, cigarette lighters! In January after directing

mile gouth off the Deland special waste paper drive, and It owners to apply as soon as pos A. Davis member of the {I with clothing: or sweaters that he lights, grocery-snacks that nash.1! the growth of the post for 3O '

,I 35: miles east of Ocala. and collected some paper, but the sible for their third quarter Tratlon City Council, gave comparative will either have to throwaway spoil, and l well-boxed; fruit cakev.There's months.

nouses and facilities to make has should have been Effective July 1, the figures showing the financial of Jam Into an already heavy battle no place In .that theatre Col. Smith arrived at Camp

',ne of and amount collected growth of the city In the past Blamllng from Camp Gordon
best thart\ it Is.If present coupons now being used, pack. to use electric razors, so they'reout.
II I beautiful camps In the several times larger few years returning Johnston at Carrl belle, which he
e, who burn or discard R-532D. will be invalid. of the War correnpondent had commanded since Its activation
the people Jos. E. Wilson, chairman .
transfer. of I from the varlou.* theatre* of war Servicemen stationed' In the
could realize Due to sale and I 15 months previous. As
u"dav is always visitors' day paper and boxes Fifth War Loan Drive appointed Imve nnen many a nolrtier open a Pacific can Ulle cigarette lighters

P tbe parents and friends of the Importance of this material many commercial vehicles, ration committee to canvass the business package that traveled thouaml. .. but fluid cannot be. mulled. Pipe i I Blanding commander In the past

boVB are invited to visit camp in winning the war, they boarda have been Instructed to I district within the next f.,w of mile*, only to find the content.* cleaners, pen, flashllghtx and I' IIIx months he has cooperated at In

that time and remain for the more in have applicants appear In person days mineI or uncle. *)*. \Vhat *eem.* a any edible packed In sealed tUhtcontainers. the program of development

"""if Program. would surely cooperate in order to determine whether I A treat for the club on the logical thing to eml Isn't. alwav* i Extra socks particularly the Infantry Replacement TrainIng -
this paper.L. the largest In the
dell- Center now
and collectllng luncheon menu was some ,
saving u..ful-d'Mpl.f'. the cold In Alaska the woolen one that absorb

T. Dyer with his faithful operator still owns the vehicle or clous Golden Bantam corn a gift for example: Johnnie doesn't ne.*l lwenter perspiration, come In handy.If nation.

fty The Stars working boys have made a house has disposed of it since the last from W. P, Moore, well-known *. muffler or *nckw. The your GI is at a large base, he The past six months at Blan

hank The Bars to house canvass several times In ration. Lawtey grower. and shipper. army uppliri.* him with all the won't need gum toothpaste, ding has also seen a murked Increase

Starke picking up paper and a warm clothln he can wear.If ing cream or blades, but If IIhav-1 In number of civilians replacing

Qpr" l Is the annvter to why few patriotic citizens have Training Course Prisoners Escaped he Is up In Alaska. Johnnie stationed in some out of the way military personnel, under

ann)' officer wearing an brought paper to the courthouse. I \vould appreciate some fancy grocpilcs > area he probably will j jIn Army manpower conservation policies. (
For Scoutmasters From Blanding '
Mr. firemen ,
"*' canvass
rank* one who wear The house to house powdered cocoa to nvike a any cane, wherever, your fill I ,

ha if, arronllnK) to Camp BlaJiWf Dyer says onsumes too much To Start Soon Are Recaptured ,{ warm drink cookies or fruit cake. I I..*. If you're In tloiiht, write and j jak and bus drivers have relieved and
amount for other duties
[t ''kly paper.: The lieto time and effort for the Belt of all; he'd llkn electrical flx- I what he ne il't. !Something for soldiers
Irt and cannot be Scoutmaster Training: Course, The six American prisoners who many WACs have been. replaced
of paper collected, i tureswall plug, two-way xock1 the boys oiiM| to be noniethliiK |i
1't'O"1 often than once a consisting of seven two-hour sessions escaped early this week from a 1 the *. : for overseas assignment.Col. .
It&' an old army done more eta and electric' wire, to help hoys ran IIH
the people to will be held soon In the stockade at Camp BlandingI Rose a Colorado-born
ill. lieutenant or .uhalhe month. He asks post make the Aljnkan hut a little I

m. a. ua< called."HMimn hold their paper until it can be New River District, comprising I were recaptured Wednesday after more lik home. Even an elec-l I graduate of Went Point, held the

an elevated once lI" picked up or bring It to the Bradford, Baker and Union I : 36-hour search They had prlnI I trie would be fine If he I Emergency Leave rank of major In World War 1,

'1ft po notify him If a con Counties.! I Ion sentences ranging from five to ra7.or" electrical and has since served In many
the field to watch the courthouse or he had the proper con [
Chad A. ( Dud) Jenklni, Petty
:> f tl.Mis quantity has been collected The first sei!lon will be held ISO years and three had records But cigarette and.candy I' posts In the United States and
nf nections.
) hlA command. He siderable Officer 3rd Class! flew from SnnFranclnco
1Uah. living outside the In the Community Club building of previous escapes from military because both territories.' He was formerly executive
on the flrt bar' of a Those are uselens i Calif, to Jacksonville I
The of Starke should bring at the State Farm, Thursday or civilian jal1>l. unrationed and plent-1" officer at Fort Rlley, Kan.
items are
captain has to main part recently to be with his family at

",, mu", men anil paper to courthouse. I I night, June 29 at S o'clock.Interested Young In j According to an announcement relation office ,, ful In the Alaskan theatre. Starke during their Illnexs, Mm, I

"'Br II ('11mb hlrher-t w 0I'p "Do not waste paper and box men and fathers by the camp public In Letters and snapshots are top I I Jenkins has been In Riverside Purchase Home
ro, are knowing more about Scouting are the men were I
they I I
list with
es" Mr. Dyer says, a I I on any serviceman's Hospital and their dauithtcr.
I III In win the war urged to attend these meetings.! swampy land near Penney Farms magazine* and a subscrlptlon [ 1st Sgt and Mrs. F. M. Davis f
rank and up In an needed to help I aid of blood hound borrowed good books, Hetty Jane, had a head operation ,
tn- with the will move thl week-end to their
tew, the major, who ; to the home town paper performed' aim. Both arerecovering
'11\1 s '' Auto Use Stamps from the State Prison I GI who tote newly decorated home on Washington ,
; nn mnrri men. The Fish Story Lt, running next. Any sutUfactorlly at pr..l1ent
''\Itp Another Th* search was directed by St. in the Peek Addition
lInt '"lonel. climbs Into a a camera can use film, if you can Bud has taken his training !
JI.. Camp I IBlanding I John L. Fahs Collector of In- Col. S. E. Mlnlkes with the aid of I They purchased the place recently
"fix* and the legend F. Strong, the who find it. Don't send salami* or at the Floating Dry Dock Train I '
Harley I'I announce* that State and Military police I
'two colonel to the Jeweler, who lives in 'ternal Revenue r bolognas unless your soldier request ing Center Tlburon Calif. He will from Carl ,Anders.
up ''1 after
costing $3, the soon
Beach auto use tax: stampj pcapturej prisoners for most I Mrs. Davis Is owner and manager
wieral-t' have BO many Place at Klngsley shred of shirt them specially I be sent out soon to man one of
Jacob's a
w l 12 or 15 ,, are now on sale at all post offices they found feeds them of the Wonder Gift Shop
k after that they catching about boys find the army these dry docks as painter. He

'. ""ly .lo the work from a has been weekend. Joe Wilson The law requires that they be which had evidently been torn plenty of cold meatll.I j jI I Is now up for rating as 2ml Class while her husband Is stationed at
.-.. bass every purchased by all motorists before Into strip* to wrap the fugitives'bare
'u'hIIta"' '" will confirm thai J JE' Petty Officer. Camp Blanding.
that alto f"d by and Elbert Smith feet. I The ("Orrf' agree
1. I .
Strong says. July ...- ..
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: ____ _. Kttlffhl." holder of I slon .f NEI or .\1.| -
I u ald Tax r',.,'!Ifl'I''I That glare Mae Numbered and described I 2S. Township A S.,. I' i
ed to her home In Cedarvllle, 'Issued' September 7, A n 1836.\ embraced under of. Keptnniln-r 7, I Tax ">rtlfluit- ti-wit. Number. I Hunt. In the town ?! I
COUNTY TELEGRAPH Number 264 Issued AusT't' "t 2:, A. U rates Number 50 ih. nain.-" ...I' J. H. (at. follow 8, 1I12! : Number ford County Floridi. u i.j!
THE BRADFORD Ohio after visiting Mrs. W. S. D. IflJS, wax In I 340 Issued August
1937; and Number ltll:: issued August August 7, 1933: ; andNumber braced under H..lrl -p i,
, Matheny for two weeks. 7, A. 1). 1939. has filed name Inmy William( of said property' 1143 Issued Stfl\ Issued September 2, Number. 286 l IsenI] ,. >
office and has made application The office 1940.
EslabllMhtd 1877 Certificate In my j
Tax filed
Elam Lewis was attending to for Tax Deed to be Issued thereon.MR embraced under 2tfti of August l 2, A. D. 1940. has has made applicntlon for Tux: The assessment "r .. , ,
111 Tax Certificate ernbrarsthefollowing ; Mumlier and
Jr.. L. Matthew! Editor and Owner business In Jacksonville this week. described properties. In 1937, was In the name of HeiterAdams. Deed to be Issued thereon.Said. embrace the of under 1928 said WasHogan. Tax In (th Vitu"." ,, '' N '!I.i|
ofFlorida Certificates "
Rev. R. I Lee and family are the County of Ifradfurd, Stain Tax In the ,
of snld propertyombrncvd described properties
to-wit I' assessment following
SMJHCKUTION; II.VTK ; The Certificate State of Florida The .. ,
Ford. under said Tax of Bradford assessment IIr ,,'
sporting a shiny Woodlawn County d I
Lots 5, 8, 11, 12, In 7 A. D. ,
under said
Tax "
Yearly $1.75; 8K !Month., $1.00 5 South Number 183 of August : < VM" 'I
'ACtiOn" 13 Township
I IN CIRCUIT COURT BRADFORD Uanfte 22 Kast: containing40 acresmore 1939 was, In the. name of Marshall Lots t, 3. and 4, Cumpany'v of Blk 20. SubDivision 1,1 vInnHton. -- Jo 114" Ilog-an.of 1933 wax It, ,I.?" ': '.NI,
embracedunder Jarkal>n. Truliy &
COUNTY FLORIDA or less, which /Is
Published Weekly on Frl.lajH and Knterml UA St+ on.) Claim Matter IN CHANCERY: said Tax Certificate Number I'nlvss said Tax rertiflcareeshall In Town of Starlte: Bradford The assessment of ''u.iunder i r
No 3176 1, A. U, 19:18.: according. to law the County, Florida, In NKV. of said Tax Cernfl"I, '
at the Pout Office at Starke Florida. Caw BO. Issued September ; he redeemed ,
( Frank A. Spine plaintiff Lot I of W* of NWU ut Section properties described therein will be NE'of Section: 24 Township 6 of 1940. was In the tin.., .. ,.,\.
the Is embraced Hobart "illi"
.. 22 bidder at 22 num. which
31, Township 7 South sold to the hlirhent South. Range
7 Murv, Defendant East, containing. 10 acres' more or South Front \Door Monday CourtHouse under. said Tax Certificate Unless said Tax Cortifi'
ORDER OF PUBLICATION AND less, which Is embraced under weld on the First In themonth Number 240 Issued August 6th.. be redeemed. accordlnu ti, it"I,, lit(
NOTICE TO APPEAR: Tax: Certificate Number 206. Issued of July A. D., 1044 which Is 1928. properties described Ih.r 'T."i':
? UNCLE, Slat nl F lorMa-Toi whose residence I InTK August 2, A. D. 1931 the 3rd. day of July A. I>. 1 44.DtttM A Lot 2, of Blk 29, Livingston. Tru- sold to the hlKhext bidder,; *It l 11\\ 'l
Marv R. Splna May
of of South Front "I'
day Door
i 31st. Hub-Division '
Cornerof of
Island, 6 acres In the Southeast & Company's in
Astoria Ixmr by ,
39 31it Ave. >
Section :2:*, Township House on the first M nili'l. u'1
1944. "
and3t D. of NK" ,,, ,
N. Y. N1>: of being Ht Thomas, NKV4 "
J "
A. In Month of
July OFFICIAL SEAL) Range 22 K.iHt. July, A. I.. '(
JOE'SJ required to appear on I ( 8 South ,44, 'b'
You are ft. 16&W 660 ft. Nacain Court Rradford Bradford U the 3rd. I
a In the above named Court by Clerk of Circuit Town of Hturke. day of
17th, 1044. the
end cause wherein plaintiff neckllvorru. Section 0. Township 7 South nan..1 I County, Florida._ __ 6-2-U-6-Z3 I i iI County. Florid, which. Is embraced I D.Date thIs list, day ArfS hyb M
Bradford County TaleKraph" I Certificate Number
22 said Tax
East containing- acres FUJI under
A WBy hull Dublin this Order in next four less, which Is embraced under said KOTirn OK'1'IO.. > 1148 Issued August 7th., 1933.: (OFFICIAL SEAL) A, J Thnmr"" '
Issue Issued'I TAX KKIMen > of Blk 30 Llvlnvs- Clerk of Circuit Court,
r weekly Tax Certificate Number 183 ... Lots 3, and 4. *radl'
*!* Bill > I6.1 '.. Sub-lMvl-' County, Florida.
hand and official seal I ( A .Compan,
Truby 8.2-It.I.
d Wltnos mv Auwust 7. A D. 1939- HEREBY GIVEN, ton
1' I st Starke., Florida this June 14th, The assessment of said property NOTICE IS
J. L. HAKRKIX I, 944'' ---.
I' 4't As Clerk of laid Court.

A few years ago one of mj; bptter-halt-Oh, well. You know T.Official FRANK Seal L.ANDRUM) "Coke" = It's braw

1 dearly beloved Uncles paused onto how It IS when a man's one and I Starke Attorney Florida for Plaintiff Have a gey

hill reward and seemed perfectly I only wife gets old and not In her ( SWELL OCCASION)

willing to go However, I Ii II ways. IN CIRCUIT COURT. BRADFORD
'I i he had listened to the advice ol Now maybe your wife Is still IN CHANCERY

a lot of well-meaning; relatives young enough for you to outtalkher D. Fentem Case No., plaintiff 2009Kelly

*ndu and neighbor!! he might on pay-day night and even vs.
be numbered with the living her to entertain Pearl Virginia Fenters, Defendant
'I 1 persuade help you ORDER OF PUBLICATION AND
i' 1 worrying over meat points) old man John. If she Is, NOTICE TO APPEAR;

:'teed of getting a free lift ml out and you don't mend your ways, State Pearl. of Virginia'lortdTol Fenters, whose residence

..' milk and honey every day. you're liable to cash your lam ore Is Unknown.You appear on July
This uncle was a jolly old cuss, paycheck before you're old 17th 194, In the above named Court
numbered his friends by hit to be of and cause. wherein plaintiff seeksdivorce.
and enough an object Charity I Bradford County Telegraph 1 r'4 : ''tJt
acquaintances However, It seems and receive old age pension hand<< shall publish this Order in next foulweekly X ;
t, ,
I .
he was Just a mite too friendly Issues.Witness mv hand and official seal I
1f with certain. fellow named Old outs.Don't think for a second that st Sturke, Florida, thin June 14th.

: Man John Barleycorn. He was I'm preaching or advocating temperance : 1944. A. J. THOMAS. I

,\ often advised to let Mr. Barleycorn In any form. It's Just Ofk-lal Seal)As Clerk, of said Court., II

I alone and also give up the that I'd hate to see your good '. FRANK LANDRUM Iii l i !
use of tobacco If he wanted to Starke. Florida + r
looking widow angling for a new Attorney for Plaintiff t tS j"3a
lead a long and healthful life, 8-lfr 4t-T-7
,. husband-especially after thin _____
lie completely Ignored all such war, when good men are gonna IN CIRCUIT COURT BRADFORD
j 11 admonitions and therefore did be mighty hard to find. COUNTY FLORIDA; IN CHAN.
l' not live to be much over 93, poor CKRY.
': My friend Half-pint Dlnklns,, Rae Voelker, Plaintiff, vs.
,\, fellow!;,, says that before the end of time Harold Voelker. Defendant
Case No. .116O.ORDER
; Now I have two good friends seven women will be hanging to OF PUBLICATIONAND

who must have taken the same one man's coat tall, to which hisbetterhalf STATE NOTICE OF FLORIDA TO APPEAR to: Harold

.1' advice that my .dear old uncle responds, "Well, youriiat Voelker. whose residence Is 30 Bell "I

.,Li refused to accept. They are both had better_hA_ hanging_.nn Si.You. Orange are' reuulrvd New Jersey to appear. on Julv .t Nl ,

\ over 70 and gtlll"going strong. someone else's yard fence (If I'm 10th, 1944, In the above named Court i,1 r i

: Neither use tobacco or alcoholic living) when the first one tries 'I and divorce cause Bradford, wherein County plaintiff Telegraph,seeks

beverage and are the best living that trick," and while speaking shall publish this Order In next four

advertisements for the Prohibitionist her eyes were sparkling like new- weekly hand and official seal '

,; Party My friend GeorgeW. minted money.I st, Starke, Florida, thin June 7th

Johnson of Starke U still haven't the slightest Idea 11144(OFFICIAl. SEAL) A. J. Thomas
I4 making 48 hours a week at hisCarpenter's what she meant, but Half-pint As Clerk of mild Court
Starkw, Florida -
\''i trade, while James H. must have understood for-Oh T. ,Frank Atty. for Landrum Pit 6-9-41-6-30

Moore, of Lawtey Is kept pretty well, you know how a whipped

.i busy making two head of lettuce, chicken's feathers droop after he'a IN COUNTY CIRCUIT, FLORIDA COURT. ;BRADFORD IN CHAN . or celebrating a Scotch ship-launching L-

two ears of corn or two red-ripe had his earn pinned back by a CKRY.Beuleh .

,strawberries one. If grow these In two the fellows placeof I younger fighting cocklBETHEL John; No.D.M.Gray 3162.ORDER Gray., befendant.axe Plaintiff: vs. I Gey braw are the Scotch words for it at Clydebanlt:': when a new carrier goes i

f keep, on going like they are now, I NOTICE OF PUBLICATIONAND TO APPEAR down the ways. Your American celebrates It with his familiar invitation, J J
It looks like they'll have to be STATE OF FLORIDA to: John D.
I By Rev. J. E. (;101'. Is care Henry is J '
residence American
whose heard wherever
that is
"Coke" It's friendship
Have ,
knocked on the head with a light i Rlsher, Kllorton, South. Carolina. a a phrase e
ered knot Judgment Day to make : There was a large attendance You are required to appear.on Julv In lands around
Court cordial that brings people together.
G 10th 1944, In the above named spoken-a gesture many
k Vm fit subjects for an old age at church Sunday night to hear and cause, wherein. plaintiff seeks
'nslon hand-me-out. Rev. R L. Lee! preach, divorce and custody Telegraph of Children.shall the globe, Coca-Cola is spreading the custom of the pause that refreshes -has
A.S for myaelf-I plead guilty J. M. Allen was called for service Bradford four weekly .
this Order In next
publish will it is when it at home. "Coke" Coca-Cola
become a symbol of refreshing good just as you serve =
smoking a pipe and admit, I la. the Navy last week. God Issues.Witness hand and official seal
4 n: recognize John Barleycorn at bless him 'and all other who are at Starke,mv Florida, this June 7th ; It's natural friendly f abbrevia names
two don't associate 1944 OP TMi COCA.COIA COMPANY iT to acquire :
distance, but we OITUD UHDIt AUTHOIITY
h In the armed service. (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas tions. That's why you bar
?, with one another like we Mrs Edna Jones reports sad As Clerk of said Court. a Coca-Cola called 'Colcc".
aBed to do. There are a number T. Frank Landrum, Starke. Florida STARKE COCA-COLA
; William Webb, 8.9.4t6.30IYOTI'I
news Her nephew, Atty for Pit.
for so-called reformation -
. of reason my IUt The C-C r--
5 Is missing over Germany. .O
one of them being
Mrs. Dan Boree and son, Doyle, : 1>KKI>
it's much' too costly to indulge (.....<. mil >.. .""n
. when 80-proof snake bite remedy of Jacksonville were In our community NOTICK IS HEREBY GIVEN

for J8! a quart. However last week. That T. J. Alderman holder of Tax .
: selling ('ertlflcates numbered and dvscrlhd .
the chief reason Is that my Mrs. Edward Yeater has return. .. as follows to-wlt: Number SOj
6 I

"t 1IYPlIIIOI wsa.wsaaw.r GUl

<:, \../ BEFORE: THIS WAR IS OVER, there may be

only two kinds of people in America ..

l.tfios*who con stUt..t to work In...emobll..,

e I0a 2. those) who 4r r. forced to walk.
-u. \
GUliS If you want to be in the fortunate group who wil

I" till be riding to work in automobiles,join' Gulfs
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,f .r it? Just come in for GulCt Protective Maintotianco / -

{a") 1Q\ "\ 'I Plant

P 1Mu, This plan was conceived by experts In car care

c w i *:' \1\\1\ Gulf developed it because car maintenance i ie ."

1- t- -II most important civilian job. (The Government
a says civilian car maintenance is one of the senncei

J IIttITAL L 'O i11, essential to winning the war, because 8 out of I W

,', a-4, x A'I I .' war workers use automobiles to get to work.)



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1t Here's Gulf's Protective Maintenance Plan;.,

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HOSE electric appliances that or. "run down" and ;..' /: _
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overworked can probably be given '"new life" . ..0dou't cat 444/-. CLEANER 1t
< It yews .
a ((j) U"4; cou a

k neglect them. \t L1! Jf DANGER POINTS! :, !::;tJ m4 Its/utdtes'l '
and more
r Mat.rials and parts are becoming more epark.pluadeanina
Plan and -
scare . and youll sorely miss those handy, lobo.say GULF'S Protective Registered Mamtrnance GIVE car a good moo outstandir.'oil and change oils AIR and radiator-FILTER fluahm help live be buI'tl tter more

ing appliances once they are "past redemption", eludes Gu1nea 39 tal en +ne ;:: recululy.Gulf offer*Wocld't Finest Motor .te.A clean air filter plain gas n'epbeicantateducewear. t
reachea up to. : ltttr
ich Gtlltlex oil to a a .
w I / Your electric repair dealer has the "remedy". Take and bodY poInta.S,.dllle.n ...GuI." OulBube *n extra-q?,tty; txonomieallyelnutp; prevents over hutin"
O,}. ta1caa. a clean
your "ailing" appliances to him now -so I can keep ont that cost a few

doing my job when you "plug in'"!

Your electric servant t /,1 Get OH applH'ntnwet 1

fflm 1k 4 at yotvL GU1FSTAJ70N1

rPra Caroline powers hfi. attack... TO HELP YOUR Gulf Dealer do a thorough job on

9 "-.".i'f wosr* a drop your car, make an appointment. Phone or vf*** to
him at the station. Then you should encounter iw
<:t.eol. u--. I\ I delay when you get Gulfs Protective Mainten-:
in raa book i il bow
...mallulecUlcll offJtano > "LOR'D.% PONaA ; LIGBT COUPtWOOMT Plan... IS services in all!
''fir .. loci 1onc W \
an .far your lr*.copytoday. yens '
r; "/ r better car case ro Z 9.. -to avotomorrow,



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'' IN CHAN \

$R' "Plttlntlft. v. I Ir r
" ndltnt, THREW
err ;; ;, rdan V"f
i"-K:; 'IIL'T1, ,' rioRIDA' to: Hobert 1 ,1
'' 4(14)4I
.1", .,' residence l la ( )

,ii-d Philadelphia I to appear, on Penn July; f1A f M bt r f "! 4'w ir.-V!. >f.xW' ;, 1rti41-;-' r ,VV*' ; ,. ,Gp.Kat! *R. \*. 'N. ', -- \, / ,;,+ .,

rl' :'h, ,ibove named Court. ftS > V. */ 5J 9 'wllJikx>,*'.,*,-.i- v c A 'iVM'1j ,,
!Std plaintiff eeekad
all ",hwhr '
", ""'' ,fM" County n next fourKklt SfcA : .. ,
,h,, I : ;, -
u," official .seal i i itll'-nniTi ill f iinitril'Tnrinill>iflfviMlrtiliiJ"a'"m"lr"'
1 band, and
.\NIttaeN\ 'hvrldtt. tnl" June 6th \

) A. J. Thomas
,F ; CUUI't.
Kv S .n..W!.
Pit' )
: i'';CT''Fi"ORIDA\ ; IN CHANG
'u .. Plaintiff, vs
.,nl .Unamon Palmer Defendant..rolln. .

.A ? ;; FLORIDA to: Curollnc w1MiQ ,
Oman Palmrr'OF:; whose residence. I III; \
,), ;; \\'ofth Hamden HuntJnBton.. Conn.
jldec Road
Jn required to appear on July
IoU'; above named CourtS.n.
M* 'herein plaintiff seekf
Wore County TeleBrapr.JJTilS '
'. !w. Order In next four .

'"kK rssuee.W1lnesa hand and official seal .
gtarke.mV Flonda, this 6th day of ,::, : "' :" : : '. 'd". ,. ,

,ne FFICI 1914'i:.. SEAL) A. J. Thomas

I 'k o f Knight Bald Court Sta.rke Florida ,

nlpttor' r "If' o-Q-ft-6-aO e' :
) + 't 1 lh I K
t S
it 1'OIUT. BIIAOFOHnVilVli a )
( FLUI(II)"I 1'\1' CHANUir $

('Sa1: .on, PlaintiffV8.. k4pl'v
aef.; :" rs U..fentlant. Ca..e No. tae '

Ulclwn OF' I"TflLIC"ATfON ; '
nor allure retildence Is Sparta ,
,neunain.' '
ere required to appear on i'iR Aa
In the abovem.d Y ', .> # a 4t
iVfe July 3rd. 1944 wh..relnInllrr t a l ,;" ( p .. rr 4 ey
l f'ourt alld cause .
reeks divorce Bradford IM/ }
iiiim, Telegraph shall publish f .
? order In next four weekly t' \)

'ues.VU'TKK" my hand and official i
oJ 1 jt lal'ke. Florida thlll May ;
I ,
"f'nCML SEAL: ) A. J. Thomnn, F "
clerk .if, said Court.
Frank Ijindrum, Starke, Florida'
,Ilf, fur Hlf..:_ 824tZ3 a'a

NOTICE 44 + + .
that the 1 y ,r1ai {
Notice la hereby given x y .
,,iuntA..e".or of Tuxes. of Brad-
t J Jj.
rd County Florida will meet with
to Board of County Commissioners, .
cud, County In the office of the j.,
'rk of Circuit Court at Starke,
lend, at 10-00 o'clock A. M.. July I
t A. D 19<4. for the purpose of
, and receiving eRs .,
rarlnu tomplalnta rrW .
r s 6a'S'a
.itimony as to the value of anytiwrlv r k 1 ; vP 4,. tI
Real or Personal, aa fixed: e >r': '. xwt'r R4'91+LKq t ", xt (:
r se L i:
Assessor of ,
"c Ihe said County + e 1 r *ara W ,
his assessment roll for the
ern on
..r "' 1944 and for the purpose of
-rftctlng. recelvlnfrand equalizing j jt
jch eaa!< '.< taxes and the Board of 1.!
aunty Commissioners may continue t
n ifsnlon from day to day for one
.fk or aa long as may be necea- )!
.,il persons owning/ property oubt '
tc assessment In Bradford
untv, Florida, are notified to spar -*
at such meeting/ or
make such complaints or give
irh testimony aa. to the value of
ny property, real or personal trd
< bv the County Assessor C
ixe upon his Aaseasment. Roll a I.
.y may deaire.
Given by order of the Boardniniv <
rnmrnlsaionera of Bradfor
.14;uniy., Florida, June 5th, A, L.

A, J, THOMAS. Clerk

fr rank Stubba Plaintiff, VII. I
Vna. Hubbard Stubbs Defendant
'w :No-; 3161.ORDER .

STATE AND NOTICE OF FLORIDA TO APPEAR to: Lena General Bradley, leading the savage opposition from a foe made more 1Invasiongroundforcesrightthrough
(fiibbard Stubba.. whose residence laiMon.

You are. North required appear on July bitter more ruthless as the shadow of
OIh. IS44. in the above named Court ,
pa cause wherein plaintiff seeknIrorce.

nil'fklr" !publish.imiues.Bradford thla. Order County in Telegraph next four every rank, American men now face a his doom grows larger-up to you to ,, w

OFFICIAL(Witness Marke, ,,my Florida hand, and this official June seal 7th, brutal, desperate, able enemy. For this keep that faith in days and nights of ', y

SEAL) A. J. Thomas
1 Clerk of said Court. before as well as in hours of triumph. ,( W
' Frank Lund rum, Starke, Flor- invasion has only begun our gloom 1
4 Ally for Plf. 6-9-41-6-30 t.

I lv CIRCUIT COUNTY IN CHANCERY COURT FLORIDA, BRADFORD, fighters lies a hard and bloody task, one There is little that you can do to show I

"la Brodohll.w,.., Case, Jr.No., Plaintiff 2SOO: that demands all their courage, backed by that you realize what they must face Ii

.me June..VRrljnll\NOTICE:-!V rginia PUBLICATION Bradshaw TO Tot APPEAR Defendant: AND all your faith In their ultimate victory. perhaps for many months. But one thing 5TH WAR LOAN

Bradshaw, whose ;
'II ?Terl"I rare A/s R. M. Purcell. do-back the attack with .J
"rah|'.e.-TP-Cochran Box 1*Georgia.3. Middle Georgia That faith will be tested many times in you can every .

""th,1944.You are required In the! above to appear named on Court July in setdollar can spare Let the Bonds y
id+Orte rau8P. wherein plaintiff seeks this invasion grim struggles, you 1I N f
Bradford County Telegraph'
all. oubllah this Order In next four in this of Drives be
ekly wues defeats. buy greatest
backs possibly even temporary you
t Waneas "??! hand and official seal I"
a 14 Starke, Florida, this June 10th belief in their
remember that the measure of your
A, J. THOMAS It will be up to you to
As Clerk of aid Court-

0fll'lal Starke.SIGHT Attornev.( Seal and Florida for)KNIGHT Plaintiff early victories usually only mean more ultimate victory .

(" .u Morris No. 3175:

''utldon RDER! .ae iIorrls OF PUBLICATION-,Defendant Plaintiff AND .. BUY YOUR INVASION BONDS TODAY i

'ate f,pICBaTO: APPEAR:
atlon ,, 01
!*. Boad SJrl<> whose residence la
You quired Oeorifla. ,, !
appear ,
li''h. 1:[ on Jiiir
">.. etui.n the! above named Court
'l .. B.yhelln. Plaintiff eeka of and Council (
fc under auspices Treasury Department jruAAnttUbB
tall Dubheh' ord County Telegraph This Is aa official U. S. Treasury adtertiiement-prepared I
" this Order In next four I
Wne' same *
"I'm.8Uk:."pi hJd, and this official June 13th.seal *

f.Official Seal)Aa Clerk of said Court.

Attorney Fl for J'DR1JM plaintiff C. SMITH GARDNERPIfOTOftKAPJIEK


':'bollia.. Cane. No. 3173ve r


"" 01"" .-. 01 iESIBE1t I F.D.I.C.
113 .
JSih North West. Wash
on D Street

,.th ou, l>"47 I inq I lrcdwto appear on July: : CANOVA PHARMACY i'

''n4."'v0he'O\IJI'\ Br S J58 above" named Telegraphe Court GRILL r STARKE TIRE SERVICE

:'"'.klybbll"h''n.. "e..iK.rdrPoltnty S Order In next. four I : : l kemy IP and official .enl ;
.... oriola. this June 13th. BLANDING TAILORS
A. .J.'TI-IOMAS.' Florida and Ritz Theatres


E.:. ..: FtR 1>ojte ,

Attoranaytifor Flnrld.Plalntllf.& und auspices of Treasury Department and War Advertising Council
6-l -it-7-T This Is an official U. 'S. Treasury Advertisement-prepared er


.*$..*. ..vat..

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4 4N

....Iday. June I

i fiJ({ ;I! I! : SOCIETY and CLUBS 1 1iF1 W.O.W. Initiation I ITuesday' ters are furnished In the best I New Addition To I I uessments.for the. purpose and equalling of perfecting such, as-receiving '- |I July Court seek Telegraph 21st and divorce, 1944.shall cause In, Bradl wh tilt i,..",,',1.1 '.1i.I"1

4 1'P:1' EveningSupreme : modernistic hotel, all government I j Red Cross Staff I I I lec-t All to persons assessments owning In property the City subI of- In next. four 'Ski pupil,_'_I;,., I

controlled. !>tark.., Florida, are notified to appear Wltnes my hand n .d I ,
I I Yettle H. Warnlck has such meeting to make suchcomplaints at Starke Florid.. ,
:Sirs! I I at I th ,6
Weds Plan Forest Wooden Circle There Is an urgent need for or give such testimony 1944. .
Miss ReceptionFor I
:'t'9 Corpening held a pretty class Initiation Tues- : 375 more WACS serve with the been appointed Home Service I I as to the value of any property (OFF-ICIAL.SEAL, \ .

'' ; Mr. Diffenbaugh New PastorThe day evening In the W. O W hall AAF al Miami Some of I I I Secretary for the Bradford County City real or Assessor personal of as Taxes fixed, the his As Walter Clerk('. of Harden said| ,i "'" I t

Following the 8 o'clock service I Chapter, American Red Cross. I Assessment Roll as they may desire I Flo rid.., Ally. i I" t," \ .
,', ti :: 1 In Las VegasThe Woman's Society of Chris- over which Mis. Mae Green presided the many station Job 88slgnmf'nt..1 I Mrs. Warnlck received her B. A. I ? I' 'I""
Given by the order of the City I __ -
The Christ Episcopal Church of tian Service of the Methodist Miss Abbie Holden gave a that qualified women may chooseare degree in sociology and anthro- Council of the City of Starke: this !\0'1'1('E

{ b'1'<{! Las Vegas Nevada was the Church will give an informal reception talk, discussing plans for the typists, stenographers classification pology and also her social training 20th day of June CARL. A. D.JOHNS. 1914. TO ALLANTH OF DEBTlIHoI KSTAHi: \ '" ,

b H scene of the marriage of Miss' Tuesday evening. June 27, Regional meeting: of the organization : specialists, %-ray, medi- at the University of Buffalo, It City Clerk WARD DECEASED : :
to be held In Jacksonville on N. Y. She was formerly associa- You are hereby ? ,
t' '>1Thelma F L'Etta Corpening daughter at 8 o'clock In honor of the new cal and dental technicians, and IN CIRrt'IT trot R'r \DFOHO your sworn "I''OUlit., 'I''d'8&1n'';
of October 23 and 24. Headquarterswill ted with the home service de- ('Ol''II1'V.' Kl.OUIUi, l\' ('''.*:\1-1RV. estate of C Fv'' ,'rt"1 :\ ,
of Huldah
7 4 Mrs Corpening
tyl pastor and his wife, the Rev. and be In the Roosevelt Hotel. many more of1' the 239 types of partment of.he\ Buffalo Red ": County Judge of Urii ?< Y1 1'.1
d; I Las Vegaa and Starke and Pfc. :J C' MoClendon. Plaintiff, Vs. Ruby Florida within eight rath '
Mrs. W. J. Churchwell The Jobs now offered to women 1 n. ,
reception being Cross Chapter. \
Members I
Jamea Guy Diffenbaugh. son of who assisted In the Father McClendon, Defendant, Case date hereof or saint W'I' ,

Mpg q Dr. and Mrs Guy L. Diffenbaughof will be in the Recreation I "every member" contest ending who enlist In the WACS. I I IN 11I"t'.T (MHT.< SIR 'Foltn) No. ORDER 3188. OF PUBLICATION debtors by "Statute' 01 said nf estate 1.1t11llalun, h'l,I

Tallahassee which took place Building next to the church. All this month wll be honor guests Redistribution Station No. 2 has COI '>'rV. FLOKIUt, IN' 111- AND NOTICE TO APPEAR Ward 0. Harvey Ward pal, E.10.
at this the first 1 tell V.Th..lmn. STATE OF FLORIDA to: Ruby said estate, Marietta, '
ail ta Saturday evening. June 3, at'V members of this church are Invited regional meeting the tremendous Job of receiving I Hutto, Plaintiff, vs. Will- Esther McClendon whose residence F. C. Ward ur Ceelpt
to be held In Florida. lam Jlutto, Defendant. Cave. No. Ward, Men
7:30: o'clock.White In unknown.You Executor
\ also Army men and their thousands of the weary AAF returnees -3183. I June 23rd. 19ft. )

k' 1'[ gladioli ferns and white wives who attend this church. Completing the evening's activities from overseas! Here they' | ORDER OF PUBLICATION I July 24th are, 1944 required In the to above appear named on -. -4t-7-14
Vly t candles made a suitable setting the group enjoyed a brief I'1 ANI> A.OTHT3 TO APPKAK Court and cause, wherein plaintiff
are examined by specially selected :- STATIC OF FLOFUI to: WIIII..mHutto seeks divorce. Bradford County
i 4f for this lovely event. Quiet BirthdayJudge program after which dinner was whose rmldxnce In 484< Meet- Telegraph shall publish this OrderIn
f r rt served at Jerry's Place medical and classification log Street. Charleston, South Caio- next four weekly Issues. 4 I 1
Preceding the ceremony a program I IIna.i officialseal .
Witness my hand and
of nuptial music was played Geo. A. Gardiner celebrated officers and after a short rest i, You are required. to appear on at Starke. Florida thin June

1 +'' the of the his 79th birthday anniversaryon Mrs. Davis Hostess period are sent on to new assign- July 24th. 1944 In I the above named 19th' 1844
by organist .one numbers I Court and cause, wherein plaintiff (:OFFICIAL: SEAL) A. J. Thomas. FOR ACID INDIGESiI
ir t being "PI Phi Symphony". June 14, but It wasn't much of Honoring MembersOf ments. I seeks divorce. Bradford, County As Clerk of said Court.
thin Order
Telegraph puhllxh
# "Because" and the traditional a celebration this year the Judge In four weekly issues.Witness l Joe Hill Williams Lake Butler.Florida .
d Women between the ages of 20 I next : Atty. for Pit
wedding marches were also used. said. He Is used to having his Younger Set I and CO who would like mote information | my hand and officialseal \ 8.23-4t-7.14
i II Mt Starke, Florida, this June
& '' i The was performed by children and grandchildren with I I I -
) ceremony service at 17th, 1944.OFII'IAL
regarding iv rmftiT (rornT HII\I>KOIII>
I f4; i I1 the Rev. T. H. Kerstetter of Las him for the annual event but Mrs. R. J. Davis entertained in Miami Beach other military I ( SEAL A. J. Thomas ('01''%'TV, FLORIDA IV' 1HAKIIV. !II. :: /
or any A* Clerk of said Court. 1
t her home last week In honor of I
i this all his grandsons are I Flor- I F
cr Vegas.w year installation are urged to con J. S. UnrrlHon' JackMonvllle Peter Diego La Rosa, Plaintiff vs..
', 1 1 The brunette bride was lovely serving In the armed forces, and her daughter Miss Idalou Davis tact'Sgt. Carlisle who Is on dutyat ida, Atty. for -Flf.23-4t-7-14 Lucle Mandanlcl La Rosa '
+ who was celebrating her nine- ant, Case No.
In her wedding gown of whiteI gas rationing prevented his own the S'arke Post Office every NOTICF3 ORDER :.t8'uIfLrCA Defend-I' :
i children from making the visit. teenth birthday anniversary It Notice IH hereby given: that the 5CHCarpenter's
made with and
+ \ gossamer marquisette Thursday Friday. CityRRPHHor of Taxes for the .
i was also occasion of a farewell STATE OF FLORIDA to
I when
The Judge will be glad will m..twllh
City of Starke Florida
long sleeves that to a .
f tapered party for Misses Jewell! end Fran- Council of the Maid Man + the City
normal times return and he '
point over the hands; and the ces Powell who recently movedto Ladies AuxiliaryThe I City In the officIO of the Pity Clerkof York.1771 80th Street, Brooklyn, New I Drug S Si
j H ti sweetheart neckline was outlined celebrate his birthday anniversaryin the roily of Starke, Florida at
You are required to appear on
the old fashioned Miami Mrs. Robert Pye who 8:30: o'clock P. M., July 3, A. D.
ki with a double ruffle which was way. will leave shortly for her home in Ladies' Auxiliary of the 1944 for the purpose of hearing;
also carried out In contrast complaints anti receiving testimony
Emporium, Pa., and MIME Marjorie. Presbyterian Church will meet H. to the value of any property,
'rJ; I around the hips and sleeve cuffs. Ity of the South Sewannee Tenn. Grlder who has recently become with Mrs. T. N. Kendrick on Tuesday real or personal I, as fixed by theCity I WE CAN USE MORE PULPWOODWRITE
wide skirt terminated in before entering the service In Assessor of Taxen on his axnennrrwnt -
t The a I
li : engaged to Sgt Richard Smith of at 8 o'clock In the evening. roll for the year 1044. and
t, graceful train and her veil of 1943. He was pledged to Sigma Pontiac Mich. Several guests TIMBER DEPARTMENT

", , sheerest bridal net was held to Alpha Epsilon national social were invited to be present at this CONTAINER CORPORATION OF AMERICA

l ::1 { the end of the long train. She Fraternity while there. He Is also delightful affair and the honorees CLASSIFIED ADS FERNANDINA FLA.
,; k carried a white prayer book on a member of the Sons of the with ,
were presented attractive#
: } pt which was placed an orchid American Revolution. gifts by the hostess. Refresh-

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't t' The bride's mother, Mrs. Corp a buffet supper was held at the coca cola and birthday cake were Listings on apartment, houses or $30 BONUS CHURCH OF CHRIST

ening wore a navy crepe dress home of the bride's mother in served. home for rent located within 20
trimmed in and her Las Vegas. The bride's table was mile of Starke I
rose corsage. Those invited to spend the afternoon -Aubrey-Mercer, Minister

r.. h : was' of pink sweetheart'roses.. Covered with an lmportedJace with Mrs. Davis and her 119 East., Call Street FOR HOUSE OR APARTMENT SUNDAY: 10:00: A. M.-Bible Study
cloth and centered by a three-
"DlffenbaugnTls l a graduate
honorees were: Misses Marjorie W. T. CLUTE RealtorIF i SUITABLE FOR US.
I of the Montreat College High tiered wedding cake with a mini- Davis Shirley Colley, Virginia IN VICINITY OF CAMP 11:00 A. M. and 7:30: P. M. Preaching and
1't ature bride and on YOU WOULD BUY OR SFLl.- Communion.
C. and Is groom top.
Sewell Helen Doris
Lett Corry milk cows, Htork cows beef cut I
now a senior at the Florida State Mr. and Mrs. Dlffenbaugh left Letitia Croom, Dorothy Stirling. tie, stock bullH or hogs, get In STARKE. WEDNESDAY 7:30 P.
touch with J. D. Odom Jr., : : M.-Prayer Meeting,
College for Women In Tallahassee for a short wedding trip In Neva- Box 247 Starke Box 204 Iak WILL PAY UP TO $100 Every Visitor Welcome Guest
She is a member of PI Beta Phi da before he returned to Camp City. Telephone 481 Lake ("lIy. -
1' New WSO Officers 1-6-44 PER MONTH '" '""" "" I""II"OIlIllI"IIII'I'"III'"IIII11'MIIIIIIIIIIIIIII'I""nr.' ''',, '' ''''''/'' '' ' .", ._
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\ 4 Mr. Diffenbaugh is a graduate he la stationed. The couple will SOLDIER'S WIFE want housework, ----
..l Mrs. Lex Green!! was elected or care of children, NOW OR ANYTIME
',al61 )r' of the Leon High School in Tallahassee be at home at 1137 Fifteenth St., president of the Woman's Service nunloD.'cnre' Mrs,Experienced.Mm. E J. DowUnit. BEFORE THE

I '!,+H'..' ? F, and attended the Universe Las Vegas, Nevada. Organization of the USO Club on 209 Christian St, Phone 113 it MIDDLE\ OF JULY CHEER UP! !

""".',.-. ---- .-.A... Temple & Washington, while Mrs.
'-- ---- j
--------------- LEFT IN BANK-Small bundle wo-
I L. H. Jennings was elected vice- '. laundry tied l In sheet Apply Perhaps 'We can Save That
, PIANO OWNERS, ATTENTION president at a meeting on Wed- Florida Dank at Stnrke It PHONK: 29

f' June 14. These officers And Ask for Mi'H. Kent OLD
k nesday PORTO RICO sweet potato vimitfor
If >ou have lieen ..vl... fronlile ..h<.1..1... a Tuner, ,
sale ".1i0 M K
will Mrs Jeannette Kin- N. CIHWford t
I here !. roar nppartanltr. MII.O JOVKH. one of Flor Lawtey, Fill. Itp
: Id.'. heft.. Known Toners ban n summer home nearKemlone said who has resigned the position l- BLACK PAIR OF SHOES
v ".Icll'., and to It daring LOST COW at my placemarked .
espeeta orrapr Carl Monday night at I In nipt on
and Mrs.
? IIAiP July nnd Au..n A limited number of pl..... In the of president Lake, black fabric purge containing crop split underblt and
N'..".. .......,.. Kerslone Heights: ] and snrroundlnc Vhight who has resigned that of around $73 taHh.V r rrop have split for ,proper branded Identification 15 Owner may and Expert Shoe Repairing & Re-Building
with speelal Mention to the Instruntentn of hnrehv, vice-president. Honda. valuable papers, etc. lle- paying for this ad. Edwards
Vernon -
terrKorr will be accepted fur service during this tine, war,) for return tn Bradford Brooker, Fla., lit. 1.
wt, r or other Clvlct OrKSjnlasjtlon County. Telegraph-Mildred :Martlnom. Up- 8-9-4tp. THE ELECTRIC SHOPAcross

{ Write to MILO JONES WACS Now Being SPENCER PIJPFOHT.H Individually FOR SALE New, unmixed Missionary from Park Theatre

To clp.llCn..d-lI.: Bertha I'earre, strawberry plants, now ready ....,. ., .
. .
i ; 410 Went Twentieth Strept Assigned loll W. Madison ft 8-23-411' -Lawtey.M. P. Futch, 1 1-2 nil. went of ree. ? .eu.e.l. ? .n..I ? .eI

4 JACKSONVILLE 6, FLA. Miami Beach 5-26-2tp -_ ___ ______ _._ ____
FOR RAI.JolIule and hninesH |40
_.. (.nub-Ancvl Norman, Ht 2, Hnx KITE CAFE-I!! ml out open 4 I
---,-------------=--'- :- "Women now have an oppor- 110 Stnrke. Up A. M. to 12 p. M all day Sunday EVERY BRANCH OF
Sandwiches, Ice cold melons Rag.
I+1 tunity to contribute Importantand Von J.N-on.' good! farm mule North Side Service Station.
1}. I*. \\adMWorth, Hamilton, Kla __ 6-9-3tp.
service to their.
I vital coun- Up
[ FOR SAFETY COMFORT AND ECONOMY RIDE time be stationed I FOR IIRNT- -rnom untarnished
i4 rl l t try and at the same FOR HJoXT-1I! room unfurnished house 3 and one-half ml south 3nJuranceH.
at one of America's famous house In Stnrke Inquire at of Stnrke on Oalnexvllle hluhwnv.
FLORIDA MOTOR LINE BUSSES playgrounds", stated Sgt. Quigley .and, Davis, office -See Billy Howling, atai'ke. Up

Evelyn Carlisle recruiting representative lIV.L.OJ HAM* Ida Sweat,. Ht. FOR SALE NOW-Genuine Copper
INFORMATION Starke, Kin. 2tp skinned Porto Rican Potato vine,
FOR COURTEOUS CORRECT for this vicinity.
}; *l BO per 1000. L. S. Parrlsh. La-
T' PLEASE PHONE 147 Members of the Woman's' Army SEE' LACY SIMMONS for your .Por- Cross 3tp 1
to Rico potato vines and bananayam -I
I M. Corps are now being assigned to vines. it FOR nn.NT-Two light\ hou el rooms No chlldren.-Arthur.
the Air Forces Redistribution
Army WHITE: SOW :2 years old. unmarked, Murrhee, Road 48, J nil. east. of
UNION BUS STATION Station No.2. at beautiful hun taken up at mv holme Owner Starke. Hp
may have bv identifying/ and paying T
Miami Beach. Air serv- j
curia.t AgencyConstant
it LACY CONWAY, Agent ing there have access to the manytypes Inn ioxti>.-Henry (Clfflx: Mtaike billfold containing valuable papers

} of recreations which are afforded _tip cash name :Mrs lava: SOUTH
I Temple Ave. Starke, Florida Itewaid for
; return to Bradford Service Over 50 Years
such as swimming, golf- Fort, SALT':-Porto HIPO potato County Telegraph I Its
vines $2.50 M
-Uoy Kal'h.
Ing, horseback riding tennis, badminton -
ic tlnmpton. Kla.
lip :WANTKD-Sinall h)ti"" neAr Stnrke,
and many other activitiesfor 1:1'0011..1'.hlo.: Write Mrs. % ln. I Please Phone HOI
rent floss 6610 N. I':. 4th (
off-duty hours. Living quar Lee House, Melrose, Fla. It. :Miami 38, FI... 8-23 Court-2tp _._ _._ _._ _._._ _._ .___... ___-

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.1 Local News I Sheriff A. O. Andrew and Mrs. i j Mrs. \V J. Chandler and Mrs.VV. Friends here regret IN CIRCUIT
.1.I of whose rpi>liicmm filO .
L. F. Dinkins weekly lashes. .
.I Bits were In Jackson S. Godwin and uon Henry left the death of H. K: COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHAN North Wilton' Street FMludvlphm I '
,. Mrs. I ville on business Monday. : Saturday for Griffin, Ga.. where Virginia, Minn., who :'I I A r na Price Cnllahnn. Plaintiff I v.. I'ennsylvanta. : Stark.m'h..nd Florida. And thin offlrlal June seallu 71 h.l ,
j, Mundy and Francis. Defendant You A"" .qulr.d to appear on Jil\' 1944
Sgt. William Callahan
B Long came Saturday they will visit a ulster. :Mrs. Montgomery several. weeks ;
r1W .
I ago I Cane No. 0th 19-11 In the above
3163. named Court' OFFICIAL SEAL* A. J. Thom i
a ,'$ Kmcald left York I to spend a 10 day furlough Mrs. Godwin's son, John funeral of his sister I ORDER OF Pl'PI.ICATION and cause, herein plnlntlff ,,<-uk. An Clerk of said Court.
'i yAeltr days stayend In New with his mother Mrs. F. H. Long. I will Join them In Tallahassee and I Lord. Mr. Bill Ings' ANI NOTICE TO APPEAR, illvoro BrxUlord ('ountT..lrr"ph/ I T. Frank indnim, St..rki>, FlorIda (
t 1 a e" I He is being transferred from Ft.I I accompany them to Georgia. caused! by a sudden _STATE OF FLORIDA to Krnnrl hnll mihlinh. I Ihln, Olivier In next four---.-. Attv.- for I If. tit4taK: I

;,,1 'y, Mrs. Guy Sale and Leonard Wood. Mo to San Luis Pfc. Seeber Goodman has goneto Mrs. J. 1... Thorn, .
t : )II'
urhte Ind TIIlU'sday of last weeyIdlSon I Mrs. G. C. Irwin and daughter i! slppl Ordnance Plant. Floral, day to Riverside I
Js; where they attendedDedication Jean, of Ft. Monmouth N. J. and Mis!!'., after a visit here with Jacksonville. Favors
I ) Service Mrs. J. P. Burns
and daughters relatives.
Memortal I I Cpl. Paul Hudglns
t Kelly a former class- Joan and Jean of Atlanta, are :Miss 9188-Natltre
COUll I Virginia Anderson left bland S. C. and _
,! ot Mr sale. I visiting their mother and grandmother I Thursday of last week for a visit Ayers, who Is ..
I Ie Lambe and Mrs. Ann Mrs P. H. Manassa. I In Gulfport, Miss. fornia, were w .
Sla, Sunday and Mon- Mrs. Marjorie Carter was in Mr. ant Mrs. L.V.. I
pent I Sgt. H. Hubert Fletcher Is SOUTH !
Jacksonville: Tuesday. Mrs. Paul the
ftW-aBeach. spending a furlough; here with his Hudgins I
mother, Mrs. J. A. Tucker and Mr. and Mrs. L. f

I Mr. Tucker. Sgt Fletcher recently Indianapolis, Ind. are
| returned to the States after 19 Mrs. Noble's sister,
HY WORRY ABOUT IT- I month service overseas in Sicily Koch While In the .

and Africa. He is now stationedat Mrs. Noble also spent V1 f Mq/yO&tSE d
car with Comprehensive and Collision Camp Shelby Miss. In Arcadia. CO

Protect your We will gladly furnish you with details of I' Hamp Andrews of Lake Butler they Misses will leave Idalou for '
i and /
Insuunce. Flight Officer John A. / e. +9x
1 Automobile Insurance.CHARLEY I Andrews, a glider pilot stationedat I Davis and Marjorie ; vcL 1 a, n. ,
er +
spend the week-end,
Lubbock ]
Texan visitors
' were '' agalTES
Weed, Hibernia
'iI here Tuesday afternoon

, I E. JOHNS AGENCY Pfc. lames D. Sewell who Is Episcopal Youth -. c' $ 22j1tA. ;,
Mack Futch Is t
stationed at Camp Atterbury. Ind., summer session at the 6A. 1 tiF GegkfTE .,'
Is here visiting his parents, Mr. of Florida, Gainesville.Mr. F
PHONE 13 and Mrs. W. B. Sewell.
and Mrs. II. C.
Emory Guy who Is employedIn daughter, Marian .r ,j PHOSPHATI ROCK .1-,
STARKE, :FLORIDA war work In Philadelphia, Pa., Mrs. W. J. Jo (, '
was here last week his
daughter, Mary Sue,
fUprmntlng THE TRAVELERS Hartford brother
and sister-in-law. Mr. and
ing the Matthews
Mrs. Fred Guy.
Kingsley Lake.
Mrs. W. J. Churchwell returned
, I Mr. and Mra. Sam
" here Monday evening from Holly*
daughter Margaret
ESTEEM. . wood, where she was called because
Lakeland spent the '
of the death of her sister. S
Mrs. J. M. Mitchell
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Hoppe and
rightly and durably earned In a spotless ella Mitchell. They
son. Jimmy who have been here -
reputation gained through the modern visiting Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Reas- to Jacksonville where I i'i.t, :t.a '
refinement and modest cost of hon- make their home. +
an ley, returned Monday to their
orable system of discreet ServingDEWITT home In Tampa. recently received a ... fn mfneraff .For tho mineral reFrom the phosphate beds of Florida and 1

Mrs. C. C. Cross who for the charge. G. from Alvarez the, Navy.J. sources of the South are of almost incredthe coal and iron deposits of Alabama to t"

IE- past two months has been the Beach spent Sunday ible variety and abundance. This vast the synthetic nitrogen plants of Virginia, ;,

guest of her sister, Mrs. 'S. E. his mother Mrs. mineral wealth constitutes one of the the Seaboard Railway has shared in the '
Brownlee, and niece, Mrs. J. M. ""
C. JONES Brownlee, will leave on the 28th and Mr. Wilson. country's greatest assets. It is helping development of the South's mineral re

Funeral DirectorAMBULANCE for her home In: Washington, I turned Walter, Wednesday Dew America to build a chemical industry sources. On the established principle that
D. C. at Camp Peary, Va. which leads: the world with scores of the welfare of the railroad depends on the :

: 1 SERVICE Mr. and Mrs. Charley Burtonare here with his products ranging from synthetic rubber prosperity of its patrons,the Seaboard HJS I :
guests of his sister Mrs. Sam I
1 E. L Williamson, and for the economic 1
Anderson. Mr. Burton Is In the to bromine from sea water. worked for many years t
I Phone 7 Army and Is stationed at a Campin I atives. I development of the territory it serves.The /
Mr. and Mrs: D. P. Today the minerals of the South con
I I Maryland. He is spending pRI.tof Seaboard will plan and work In the future.wagngowar.lntheyearstocometheserc. }
: STARKE FLORIDA St. Petersburg factor of vital in the
stitute Importance
his furlough with his sister a
1 Mrs. Girton's son, as in the past, for the fullest development ,
.. .. and other relatives. {
___ ______ of Theressa, and of the South's vast mineral resources. ,
and friends in sources will contribute in greater measure "
ressa. Mrs. Girton to the upbuildina of the industrial South. Seaboard Railway.' Norfolk 10 Virgi..iJ.t.;
a Mrs.

Grout will be our shame If we find ourselves! short of the Julius 1... Thorn, 'YA,
mark when the Fifth War Loan comes to an end July 8. \\'' haven USO-YMCA, attended/

r -v 'r lot that happen here, and we won't this time! How could we glonal District '
alan at Bluerldge. N
when we look around our homes' and, place of business and nee the
Miss Ann Bullard
r.- 1 shadows of relatives and friend. who are today in the midst. of a Ga., Is visiting Mr. A

bloody ImttUi for US. The slogan-BACK TilE ATTACK, BUY John Uglow and Mrs. Ali.GA+ WAR But .erOe*! ,'
:MORE THAN 11EFORE. not merely a catch phrue. It expressesthe Mr. and Mrs. / LWAY
cold facts about the Invasion. Unleaave make the supreme effort worth and son,

to do everything humanly possible with our sweat our blood ville, Tenn., spent

and our dollar, we pawn the buck vt. our part of lie burden onto here this week with Flo.'I rte,
the already overloaded shoulders of our fighting men. parents Mr. and Mrs.

.. Hollingsworth. Tab advertisement will appear In newspapers In 'largo

Christian \nduttracenter\ \ *,and magazines tl nal circulation./

is written inOP. The Rev. Jake
His patriotism of the First Christian

Lake Butler will
local Christian
All members and r
church are welcomed \

.,. service r '4r dwe


Olen Holbrook Plaintiff
Trade Wolf Holbrook
Caae No. 3159.ORDER : .
OF ,
1 Volt Holbrook whose I
\L ndiarm Street t
You are relulred! to
10th, 1944 In the above
.v and cause, wherein u,
divorce llradford r
,( ftJJ// hull publish this Order '
weekly iHBUeH.
3 T
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r I w a., Witness mv and
Hi 1941 Starke Florida

) rr"J' (OFFICIAl. SEAL) A.
As Clerk of Bald Court.
T. Frank Lundrum ,..,,-
Ida. Atty. for Plf. : : 7'


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,w + /Vl1et1Trader Powtr' Plant golden glass of JAX a friendly invitation b r ice S

to relaxation and refreshment anY P

Yours is written on every Bond you buy" Girls lover. for Next the time discriminating you seek refresh beer dt fag

ment after a hot strenuous day. . t r

ntbc5T"WAR LOAN Wonted! just say. . "Make Mine JAX" the I

Drink of Friendship. You can'tbuy

p-rI13 stepping atones to vie Bonds now. Invest in more For Summer Full oi Port better beer no matter what

.I dory! are red with blood of than you've ever purchased ;r you pay. r r
:American heroes. Tarawa... before. Invest $100, 5200,1 i- APPLY TO Ir Ir5dy
Salerno l $300 $'!OO. Those who can, }
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patriotism is written in blood.must invest thousands -t The

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i is the bIggest
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,, ; PAGE SIX BRADFORD COUNTY TTXXGRAflt.: 8T.1RRK.: PU>RIDA FrltUv.1ft dune%1.1'

1 ,? ;r} BROOKERBy Too Many Girls] Cause Big TroubleIn

N'{;' ; JOYCE ATKINSON J ] "Seven Days Ashore" at ParkAs I

".:'"! D.H. Dukes and daughter, Grace gay and carefree as a sailoron size and dlspau..j "

,. }f of Worthington Spring: were visiting leave, a colorful new musical, means providing ",'u '**
4 Mr. and Mrs K. J. Lewis "Seven Days Ashore", will occupythe batants with pr"du,,, *,
'; and family Tuesday afternoon -- screen at the Park Theatre Hollywood "

.kw .,J T.Ira Roy Fisher of Lake Butler \VOODLAWNIty { SAVE TIME --- CONSULT THIS DIRECTORY Sunday Monday and Tuesday It This gift of th':1., :
r, was visiting friends here last 1\11'I. Mj-rle Refuse deals with the plight of a merchant :industry Is circuit\ ,! (II J r
':' seaman who finds that too Army Motion pt, "J uu.f

i ""'"'i week.Mrs. Ethel Tllghman and her Woodlawn There will Baptist be services Church at each the FOR INFORMATION OF CAMP:\ BLANDING SHOPPING many girls in one port can mean I which selects the ubjec- ,io"J

lrp daughter Bobby, and Mrs' E. H. only trouble. grams shown with !portable.
Sunday. Preaching at 11 a. m., AND RECREATIONAL CENTER ment in the "
?t; i. Clemons and daughter, Willa Mae, Sunday School at 10:30: Evening Upon his return from sea duty and Isolated battle
M t ,' were visiting friends and relatives Services at 8:30.: Rev. R. M. Yeter Gordon Oliver Is met by his fiancee. morale hospitals with -em!
r t'' in Jacksonville Sunday. will bring the message. Everybody AMUSEMENTS Elaine Shepard, and two building effeci
; Mrs. Royace GaIney and children invited. .. RISINGBy TIIERESSA girl friends. He has told each
l i, are visiting relatives in Mrs. E M. Yeter and childrenof MKS. EDDIE NORMAN Starke AmusementsThe Bottle fly Miss Ida Hagan that he loves her and when they
J t,1 i Rock Monte, Ga. Jacksonville are upending this :Milk compare notes they decide to lase
Bow IaBarFOOD Mr. and Mrs William Packham
; 'Mr. Those who visited Mr and Mrs The events
l I and Mrs. Herman Hender week with Mr and Mrs Lewis teach him a lesson. July
?'j /11' son and son, Parker, of Alachua Refuse Eddie Norman Sunday were Mr and children of Jacksonville were MraI I that transpire during the accomp-
tbi i a .\ were visitors here Sunday Miss Eunice WJlkison of Jack- and Mrs. Floyd Crosby and family. visiting his parents Mr. and lishment of this bring forth hilarIous 121
I Mr. and Mrs E. L. Crawford, Diner W W. Packham recently. 8 8STROUT
Camp situations.
. sonville is
i. Mr. and Mrs. Mack Lewis of' spending several days GrandIn
t, j' Jacksonville spent several days with her parents, Mr, and Mrs.B. .I Mr. and Mrs. Thurman Jones and Come And Get It Miss Rebecca Brandy of Will- Freddie Slack and his famed
v'' ,t M1 here last week as guests of Mr. L Wilklson. son. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Jones Maude's Place was visiting Mrs. Martha boogie woogle band provide the

'U and Mrs. E. J. Lewis' and family. Clyde Crawford of the U. S. and daughter, Carolyn.We I Park Cafe Castleberry Miss Irene recently Cochran has returned musical background for songs and .

/ ; 'bfr. and Mrs F. E. Russ of Army is glad to be back home are glad to know that Miss from Atlanta where she dances. Freddie Fisher and his aF::Ll..I
Wauchula from duty overseas. We are always Irene Lewis of Starke is makingher Sweet Shop home band contribute several novelty .:ITA
'IH 4 are visiting relatives
weeks. ..
several are.teat
tp j here this week. proud to see the boys return home with her parents, Mr. Snack Bar spent numbers. try prop.II..I..I..r..
I home safely.Mr. and Mrs Emory Lewis. Willis Swindell of Jacksonville Incidentally, this picture is one 12.(11)0 ..1.... 0' ...e
,Mr and Mrs. J. W. Kelly and A........ ,...... ""'P'-F.
his mother Ra
C 3t; daughter and Mrs.Lewi* Rafuse and Mrs. E. L. Crawford was vIsIt- GIFTSGislain's spent a few days with of the million dollars worth of Wo..ld. Free tram. -n. ...
11 Judy, were visiting relatives open II.tinq
In Jacksonville little daughter attended the revival ing her mother in Jacksonville a this week. free feature films shown to the E. A.STROUT REALTY
Sunday | meeting at Southslde Baptist few days last week. Mr. and Mrs. J. C Cochran and fighting forces In the remotest ACE
/ ;''1 Mr. and Mrs. L. O. Hazen and Church In Jacksonville Friday Mr. and Mrs. Thurman Jones Wonder Gift Shop I Mrs. Kelaay were visiting in Pa- outposts In all parts of the world Represented!
Alfonso Davis of Ft. Myers Is. latka Friday. fronts at the same timeIt
fighting Locally
were visiting Mf. and Mrs J. W. Bradford Photo Shop by
plY'I i i visiting his aunt, Mrs. Rachel Norman Sunday afternoon. Pvt. Merle L. Packham returned Is on the screens In America. F. C. HOLLINGSWOR
Browning. to Camp Rucker, Ala. after a This is made possible by printingthe 116
!: Everybody Is busy now harvesting MILITARYSUPPLIES S. Walnut St.
; d .
1 1 short visit here with his parents.Pvt. picture in the reduced 16-mm
tobacco. We all _loin in wishIng -
n n R. C. Dampier of Moody
them a good season.LAWTEY.
Field Ga. and son Billy, of
Ben Suslow's Army Store Starke were week-end guests of When You Think Of

PHOTOGRAPHS Gislain's J. J. Zeigler.

By KVKK.YN WARREN 1-. S. Stores Sgt. Grady Cason of Avon Park BREAKFASTTHINK

y-- t C. Smith Gardner Lt. and Mrs. J. R Jones spent ShaCkin'sPHOTOGRAPHY spent Thursday and Friday at the -
g several days here last week with home of his sister, Mrs D. L.

vt'',, r Mrs. Jones' parents Mr. and Mrs. Railey. OF
-Established 1900- Mrs. D. W. Moore and daughterMrs.
R. S. Rosier. They left Thursday
j i of New York and Miami for Akron, Ohio where they will Bradford Photo Shop Daisy Johnson, are visiting ". I One served fresh with Country egg' and ''Od,

'4 .... 4 visit his mother, Mrs, Ruth Jones, C.Smith, GardnerTHEATRES relatives In Vero Beach and Belle fl( i I"' ah Ids and a generous plenty of cup pure of biter OJ;

i ONE 8x10 $2 THREE 8x10 $5 and other relatives.. From therethey Glade. a delicious Silex-made coffee
Mrs. S. W. Griffith and children Ili Of)
Six 3x4 $3 Twelve 3x4 $5 will go to Camp Forest,
..... left Sunday for their home in MI-
Two strictly fresh
1 Tenn. where Lt. Jones is now : 2 eggs and bu''
STUDIO IN BLANDING CENTER stationed. Florida ami after a visit with Mr. and tered toast served with a larj:
al l1y'ji, (
4'Ihf: ul '
c __ Park Mrs. A. L. Sullivan. cup of excellent coffee
Misses Pansy and Eva---Jean Ritz Mrs. J. A. Milliken of Ocala

Reddish are visiting their sister, arrived Saturday at the home of 3 Bacon and eggs, any style, w1Ii l'
Mrs. R B. Secrest In Hollandale. TAVERNSDlandlng' her parents. She went to Miami Ii i, e- buttered toast and the bigg
1 Miss Lou Edwards spent Thurs- Center Bar with her sister Sunday for a fewdays' 'I- w". and best cup of coffee
town _______ An
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OLD SARGE'S PLACESTARKE'S day night with her cousin MIlls Maude's Place visit.
Ernestine Moore. I I -nrII1rIWa. all
.. :.YliI
Mrs. G. W. Roberts and +II
ORIGINAL son visiting In Std! Augustine Sunday. Fruit Juices lOc Rolls i is
George, were visiting relatives In
ti air. and Mrs. R. P. Jones of
A Deland several days last week.
pl h Savannah, Ga. and Mis. Blunt are
t Mr. and Mrs. Bill Tlllls are visiting: Mr. and Mrs L. H. Hill. The SNACK BAR

/ r Army Store spending Mrs A. M.some Blanchnrd.time with Mr. and Otis and Leaston Forsyth are BUY MORE THAN BEFORE 4-' )

: I In New River visiting relatives fora
Mr. and Mrs Johnny Redgrave while. DAVIS HOTEL BLDG.
spent several days last week in I
Authorized by the War Department Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Durrance I
Jacksonville visiting Mrs. RellRI'ave's '
1 I ; Operated by an ExSoldierHEADQUARTERS parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. and daughter. Colleen were shop-
ping In Jacksonville Tuesday.
J. Anders.
Card of ThanksWe
Mrs. Carl Taylor Is In Jacksonville : alt
wish to thank each and
visiting her mother Mrs.
everyone for your kindness shownus
Llllle Norman.
In our recent bereavement.
LP ,t for all Mr. Harry: Hlghsmlth of Jacksonville -Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Crews
Is here visiting her parents -
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Ed-
: + Military Supplies wards. HAMPTON
Barbara Home
.r Mrs. LillIe Harrell of Jacksonville By

spent last week-end here Mrs. SHAFKIN'STHE
Pearl McCormack of Tex-
t Novelties and Jewelry with her mother, Mrs. J. B. McDonald as and RoMe Mae Chason of We-

wahltchka are guests of Mr. and
ir ,3
\ Miss Joyce Bennett was In
\\ mU Mr. J. I. Chason.
Starke Friday visiting friends and Nell Myers returned Saturday STORE
Ben relatives
Suslow'sArmy of last week after a week's stay
Miss Jewell Reddish of Jacksonville -
at O'Leno.
is visiting her parents. Marvin Camp Elland. U. S. A., Is en- ALL SOLDIERS KNOW
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Reddish
: Store joying a leave at home.
Miss Inn Forsyth and Miss
Mr. and Mrs, Corlle Bryant and
Ruby Mae Smart and lends i were
son, Hiram, and Arnold McClenl-
209 E. Call St. Starke Fla. !
t than relatives of Fort here.Myers' are visiting ENUF SED

fajlr Mr. and Mrs. Bob Touchton are

BradfordPhoto upending this week at Bell. Clara] Jewelry Gifts Uniform

Nell and Delano Walters of

Alachua returned after,= a week's
visit with them.

R. L. Brown, Sea. 1-c, IT. S. I

Coast Guard and Mrs. Odla Low-
man and little son of Oklahoma I

Shop are visiting their parents, Mr.
and Mrs.\ Bob Brown.
SUN. MON. TUES JUNE 26 27 28
y .- ,
Olen f JI
Mrs. Bedenbaugh: o !
STARKE FLA. Jacksonville was the week-end

# guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs
Next to Western Union
L. D. Elland. =NOW OPEN

y @I Mra. Laurie Hall was called to
DevelopingPrinting Lake City Friday due to the
R al
rY / serious Illness of her father. BLANDING CENTER'S

Rev. and Mrs. Fred Dodd of
t An .aaa N Iar4.Mp.
Y nay MInIt and Mid lakes were guests of Mrs.' Mae
r "' f} rolling hi M a hMttfeiW Sweeney Sunday. NEW

aat'; I! many fmonc* ..vriri Dennis Parker S. 1-c, U. S.
, >*\tfir* mrry M.nhantMaria..n
-* 1 the Moh.Fa Coast Guard, stationed at St.
[ all ttvtr* h |ht Fwd Augustine spent Sunday at home
J. C. Warren U. S. Navy arrived -
12 Hour Service Friday for a visit with his BOWLABAR

family here.
Miss Jeannelle Parker of
ExpertPHOTOGRAPHER Starke la the guest of Mrs. MarjorIe -

Wadsworth.S. .
D. Simmons left Monday for
trap For Portrait Work Fort Pierce, after a few day's (

:, "3Aw visit Miss with Madge friends.Gay of Jacksonville SODA FOUNTAIN & LUNCHEONETTE

i r a ; Lw spent the week-end at home.
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such' .rur"" nt,. ,n "'..r'lrl.'W"' '' rtaj ,,l (ill) A O '1941 'I'I
'H 1. h... rind to tin. highest' hldJss> | t>..' .1 thii. Hat day ,>i slay, A
MERE ih N. ith Fi.nt', i Itn.i ,>r 'the l I' "I'M 4I
TFIND .",1(",,. ..lInl ,
) rart house .
oh I ,UIFFIl'IAI, SKAt)) A..I Thomas.
"' F'n.\'' n MO'HI 1 Is44 1 )whi in,. i h hiMonth i to the Ird.of :'I I'1 t v'oimtv.'Io'I'k I ..f Florida elr'utl ,'.....rt, -2-4t-S-23 Hrntirord :j

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if of Light, Tuneful Entertainment Jose Iturbi. Gracie Allen. Lena June Caldwell. ner residence

I!y Coming To Florida Horne and Harry James and At the conclusion of the program Mrs. AI Rogers GIFTS '
wo -Films Xavier Cugat and their orches- delicious refreshments were daughter LavoiiU,

In the role of the served by Mrs Martin Griner and ville visited Mr. and
Ll shipyard with riveter playwright tras.This For the Folks back
\ *ffilng comedy It U the combination of I film brings Jimmy Du Mrs. J. L. Williams hostesses for Johns the latter part

*teal( on: music and I singing and acting which surged rante back to the screen and the afternoon. .Irll. Johns returned JUST ARRIVED
of the new musical him almost overnight to stardom' that la l great news indeed! He villa with Mrs.\
subject Joining other members of the O !Mother-Daughter Purses
the People" which when he first entered really puts on a show. Including the week-end. 0
'yeel{ at the Florida I Bert Lahr and Virginia O'Brien his celebrated "Inka Dlnka Doo". Starke Girl Scoutt Troop. Scouts Under the Front the Manama
Moncrief, Grace Crew.
|1\1? Saturday supply song and comedy as fellow June and Peggy Caldwell went to Kelly Tyus.! Sewing Rhumba Doll Q Colorful
"d, Monday: Red-haired Lu- shipyard workers as do June FLA. STATE FARM Camp handing Thursday of last Community Club Bracelets & Necklaces !Mexican Fans

IIco-stars romantic role: of Star work on the
leading Galaxy Orange Blossom
the mony la observance of Infantry :-: Colorful
glamorous Broadway COMMUNITY: CLUB :MEETS quilt. At noon a : G
tile M-G-M has rounded up a stellar PERFUME O HEAD SCARFS
1 Ball Is dazzling and The Community Club held Its Day.Mrs. luncheon was served
)lilst i cast for "Two Girls and A Sailor" .
to her Kelly TyuS and her nona
for Decorative
tot ff mean proportions.npr showing at the Florida next Tuesday regular meeting in the Club room and Mrs. J. G. Caldwell and her Social
tJ of no and dancer she Is Wednesday and Thursday.The Tuesday afternoon with the President daughters were guests of Mrs. flora T-O-M TOMSChildren's :

skilled comedl-I cast Includes Van Johnson, [ Mrs. C M. Turney, presidIng Rob Gibson in Gainesville Wednesday Miss Luella
oming a Jetta Lee of Gift and
( Lake
roweD Is Gloria De Haven. Jimmy Durante Effective arrangempnts of :) ,
Dick summer flowers added to the attractiveness Rivers of Keystone
___ 6 During the past week-end Mr.
of the room for this and Mrs. J. B. D. Lee and Billy .
I Taylor and son
occasion. Following the routine 3rd Class. Petty !
Harold. of
Jacksonville and Mr. GISLAIN'Si:
opening of the meeting the fol- and Mrs. H. P. Galney of Brocket- at Jacksonville, (

lowing program was enjoyed: and Mr. and Mrs. Ray B. Rauler- dinner and. i
Head Branch ;
A talk on Red Cross woik- on of Canal Point visited Mr.
.' Next to Koch Drug Store
I Miss Vivian Fowler of Lake Butler and :Mrs. R. W. Branm-n. ,
family gathered at
Mrs. S. R. Johns, Jr. and three Mr. and Mrs.\
"The Story of A Refugee" by children of Starke" were. ,dinner Father's Day and

Irving Berlin-Mrs. J. A. Bou- guests of Mr and Mrs. H. M. day with a delicious | '

vler. Rlcharde and family Thursdayof under the trees. !
"Deep Purple" by Peter de Rose last week. for this occasion JUST forFUN

-Miss June Caldwell. Mrs. J. M. Hembree spent several Dobbs Engineer U. Ii

"God Bless America" Club days* with her mother In his wife of Ft. .

I members accompanied by Miss Wewahltchka last week. Dobbs and i I Iv

Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Moncrlef" Woodrow Holllng!<

I entertained their daughters. Doris ily of Palatkn C .S-I T
We HaveEVERYTHING and Jlmmle and a large groupof family and Mr. -
Halslop of Starke.
their young friends at a partyIn r
I the an family of STARKE
Community building Friday
I nUht. Games Mrs. Donald'" Kelly
I were enjoyed and
I Iyou'll throughout the evening ten cream and Mra.\ Inez Kelly

and cookies were served. The Amusements
>OT1 K OF "rs'I.If'
hosts were assisted In entertainingthe 'r\\ ....:..
I boys and glils by Mrs\ R. P.Stubbim (Mauna HIM -\0.. :
want for NOT II'I': I IS UK It : 4'
a Sr.. Mrs. R. P. Stubbing. That F. M. I-iirlilmm, ,, .
Jr. and Mrs. J. G. Caldwell. the flli-il r..llowlnlC Hiilit cert Tux If ...('.. TEMPLE; AVENUE: ;

With young men friends from deed| ,| to .be iNNtjt-il lI One mock

BIG EVENING Camp Blandlng. Mlssi Maigaretand rent I IMHIIHIII-I-locate. llw numlti-i-H"ili'Ni-l fl From USO-NCCS q!
! Crews Melba Melverna Strlngfellow.Thornton Esther and ertv.UIIH assessed and the ore names nH 'I. I
I ,
Vrtlflciile No 47.
Our Breakfastsare ; Loiene Moncrlef hail, a Weiner Yciif, nf Issuance,
roast at the home nf Mr. and f>. 11001.!
1"'Ml''II.lIo", At l> GAMES AND RIDES :
somethingto Mrs. J. M. Moncrief Friday nlgljt. I NK'i ff HI':I. He<>tlon .. <"
crow about! Following supper the couples enjoyed 7 Htiiitti. [tangs 20 ":' M
20 AITOH itiul'* or 1.-"
AlsoSHORT dancing until a late hour. /Name: In whirl HI>Ave.'n, FOR YOUNG and OLD : t
at I Mrs. J. G. Godwin and sons I M'MIKll.rtiriiiitc. .
--- --- 1' No. 79. .
ORDERSserved Jimmie Brown and Harold have 1'.r..r IxMimm-ti *'!
i returned from, a week's vacationat I IX I'.lll
from I)*Mrrliitlim of n
Salt Springs. During their I "
*K': <4 or t'1'h .x.
BLANDING 9 a. m. to 9 p. m. stay at their camp they had as I TownNhlp 7 Mouth, : :, I
.. ,
i c-ontalnlnir 1a..r. :
Featuringthe their guests Mr. and Mrs. W. B. I I Niiiim" In which THEATRE
'i Mundy and little daughter of knivwn.
best of Starke and Jimmie Godwin and 1 i'frtlfjc Year of t.Issuance No. 253. STARKE .

STEAKS & CHOPS Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Kite of the I IJ.I'1941. rp
> crit>tlon of :
CENTER Farm.In in, of IIIK 11. .
a letter dated May 22. Cpl. 1'i's Aililltlnn to "' :-: MIDNIGHT SATURDAY :-:
Hncllun 51.
Sidney Hershfleld assured his parents .
CAMPDINER hang. 23: Kiint.Name :
Mr. and Mrs. B. Herwh field Blgdon.4'ertlfknte/: In which SUN., MON.-JUNE 25, 26 ;

of his well being. Cpl. Hershfleld No. :117. I

BAR : has been on duty In England letter for P.Year I! 4Irxtxrrlpllnn of Issuance ."MEET the PEOPLE"STARRING
many months and until this of :
came Saturday his family had ex. I25: ft. anil W
Comer Call and Cherry In several 'u. l 19.! ZO It. :22. C.
not heard Dlvlnlon. Sertlon Ifl,
- week.. Son I III. ItnillCP 22 '....
Sgt. and Mrs. K: A. Ashton and Jnhnnon.Name, In which n < LUCILE BALL-DICK POWELL

daughters. Iris and Sybil of Camp 4'erttftrats No. 344.
Blanding and Daytona spent the 10 Year N. of iBiiinnre, A VIRGINIA OBRIEN-BERT LAHR t

past weekend with Mrs.\ Ashton's Ui-Bi-rlptlon, of :
The battle for the World brother-in-law and sister Mr. and ft IV4.1 N of ft..UK N.*i>r HOI of Heo J r

Mrs. Kelly Tyus. iH Townships 800 fl., to" Mouth pt of '''.- Something HAPPY-
left \ for a
R. H. Cox Monday
containing1 1 10 noreB "' i ,
business trip to Columbus. Ohio Nam In which Something SNAPPY

.....-.; 'r7: -,.. and Charlestown W. Va. I I Ruth All Jlfwr.n"of said. property. I 4
... t
.. : ;': )-\ ? 1: ;" Pvt. Jerry Eastbam of Camp r untv of Ura..r". .
I 1 4 Carson! Colo arrived Friday to Klnrlil.i.i such HEAPS OF FUN-SCORES OF SONGS-LOTS
is I Unless c
I orgy.I ",. , spend a two weeks' furloughwith flcnteB shall be refl... I-I I
.#"" ,\ ,, .' }",. :" ':Ii.> 44f his parents Mr. and Mrs. J. Inic to law the ,. ( OF LAUGHS HEARTFUL OF ROMANCE:
.... it' I 1- -
.- : : %' :, .....{ .. 'l F. Eastham.
', v_ ,.f'f jftH<; Little Marie Wiggins of Hampton BUY r PII' I
"t ,;): y ).. .
;.- I'.;I visited Helen Whitfield during
,, >, Tues. Wed. Thurs.-June 26 27 28
; .
: .../ lam week-end. sae WAR ,
,. Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Randall
'. !scent lout week-end with Mr. and "TWO GIRLS and
,) Mrs. J. O. Randall Jr. In Jack- jo"

\ sonville.
::;-'v" ) Guests' of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. A

> '"p.. Bradley for Father's I Day were SAILOR"f
t,R I Mr. and Mra Vance Geiger and f

Mr and :Mrs. Reese Bradley and

- .J.J'J !'son Clinton of Jacksonville. Mrs. WITH A STAR STUDDED CASTVAN
Reese Bradley and, Clinton had

spent several diy preceding Sun

'. Hundley day with but Mr.returned and Mrs home J. 11'1 r JOHNSON( GLORIA Ie lEAVEN JOSE

:Mr. Bradley and were ) I ITUItm JIMMY: DURANTE, GRACIE ALLEN

t. .J ied by Betty Williams who LENA: (IIORNE, HARRY JAMES and HIS MUSIC aMAKEIS

spending I this week with them. I XAVIER CUGAT and ORCHESTRA
t ...... Mr. and Mrs. Everett Robinsonof
ffy Jacksonville were guettts of HEN BLUE DONALD MEEK, t

Mr.week-end.and :Mrs. J. L. Robinson last VIRGINIA O'HRIEN

Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Stricklandand Refrigeration
baby of Graham cam Tues A GALE OF MERRIMENT!

visit Mrs. Strickland's
day to
hearts and husbands are fighting and parent', Mr. and I\rll. Angus A WAVE OF RHYTHM!

this minute. Davis! Miss: Melvene Davis returned -
Sunday A
to Graham with them
T' down .
Now are They in the front lines, are throwing' for a week's visit.R. 226 Temple
that our men are writing they have. B. Harvey returned home ,
CISlve' I .,... .
history with their blood . We, behind the lines must do the Saturday after spending the last --------------------------- ---- -
There two weeks with relative In Jack-
can be no halfway measures same.

'far us. Remember, this is the battle for the sonville.Richard Woodward. Elton! Or- WORTH WAITING FOR

The greatest battle in the history of WORLD. Our world. And we've got to mond and Jimmy Bradley spent .

the world must be matched by win it. That's why Uncle Samthe Sunday at Jacksonville Bench. I ,
Frank Crews, 2nd ClaM Petty
: greatest war loan In the his- expects every dollar like every : Officer. U. S. N.. and MM. Crews I 1

tory of the world. 6. '. a soldier to do its duty. I returned Sunday: from a short I

That's what Uncle Sam says '.-1.: Put this Fifth War Loan over ,I visit with.Mrs.! Crews' parents inWauchula I u&C&n

'.the LOAN . buy more War Bonds than
same Uncle Sam for 5ntWAR I Friends!! are glad to know that
vhorn your brothers> and sweet- you think you canl : the condition of MM. Martin GrI- :

ner' brother W. M. Rlneau. wash I f.I f.
nufflclently/ Improved for Mr and ': '
Mrs. Crln to come home Sun-

. !Orlando where they I I : J.t

operation. During: their absence Open 9 to 9 Daily /

Sam Gaboon: of Jacksonville was t Except Tuesday'lint ._. ..
the week-end guest of his ,..I"t"r.I I .

SHAFKIN'S Mrs. F. A, Edwards at the Grl- f:--,f. .M-,----p.s-p.ppe.M.e.e-eee eSw .._'.y-?-..---."" '



Friday viune :i


EIOIIT it baa been a very Baptist ChurchThe I Serving Christ'
ida However
I that cnnnol
pllng and normal recovery. I permanent paralysis Mr. Almand I it a
,' .earn To Recognize Infantile Paralysis 3. Be sure that every known be overcome. Do not believe serious pest In other southern Rev C. E. Almand of charged member yj
'It: Early Stages To Avoid Danger cane or suspected cane of pollomy- I those who for om reason 01 states for with several this beetle yearn 20 I years was Tampa will preach at the Baptist service, having seer,, na
familiar t
I lltls has been reported to your another promise to cure these In North Africa ant! .
of )r Irving R. Abram of the 1, During an outbreak of infantile local health department canes. Bo guided by sound medical ago In Alabama, It Is about the Church both morning and evening The public Is cei ,",, ?.
be alert to .. advice If polio does strike Ir !size and shape of the Irish potato June 23.: The morning subjectwill to these services ,
j. 8. Public Health Service and paralysis any 4 Today there In no known prevention beetle except that It Is tan in band <>"
Health Officer for Bradford County eary signs of Illness or changes or protection against infantile your family. color with 16 black spots on It be "The Christian Soliller'Uniform" evening.

states' that the season. for In- i In normal state of health, especially paralysis. All that car 0. In almost all the counties. Since this is a very dangerous and the evening subject will be "Seeking, Flno ,Ii< i
fantile paralysis in here again. 1 bft done Is to provide the best t of the United States there are
In chlldien. Do not assume I to have .
National Insect, and since we are H
While In the South, the disease possible care. Your doctor your local Chapters of the
Is not us prevalent as In the that a stomach upset with vomit- health officer, the Florida Crippled Foundation for Infantile Paralysis ,the cooperation of the entomologistIn

North there Is enough danger to' Ing, constipation, diarrhea, severe Children'. Commission and 'I prepared to help health officers, an attempt to eradicate It, we Prompt Service Careful Driven

Justify giving the enRentlal facts headache or signs of a cold and your local Chapter of the The doctors nurses, hospitals and patient ire asking that everyone having i

about this disease to the people | fever are of no Importance. These Foundation for Infantile Parnlyslt In every way possible N. beans or lookout for It and
can and will do everything In' Sternberg Is chairman of the peas
Abrams states.
,,4 Dr. may be among the first symptoms If It Is found. Starke Taxi Service
to this office
No cases among the civilian of Infantile paralysis All chil- their power to assist you In the Bradford County Chapter
Isolation of these : Pasture tour and dairy sale. will
and care cases
and adults sick with unexplained .
i F have been reported to dren
population '
fever should be put to and see to it that your community. beheld by B. H. Carlton at Clover
the health department In Clay, I Dairies near Jack lnvllle on June Phone 150
bed and Isolated pending medical !- Is ready to meet an epidemic. TOO LATE
and Bradford Counties during I I 21. He will sell all his 350 dairy
5. Observe these
diagnosis simple pre ,
1043 or thus far in 1944. I 2 Don't delay calling a phy lcl- 1 cautions: i TO CLASSIFY . cows at auction beginning at noon.

The following suggestions complied an. Expert medical care given I Avoid overtirlng and extreme During the morning the people Day Night

w by The National Foundation early may prevent many of the fatigue from strenuous exercise By RiiKNell. Kay who go early will have an best opportunity -
of the
for Infantile Paralysis and crippling deformities. Proper care Avoid sudden chilling such a!II to see some
The lament' of a serviceman and in Florida
following clover
The State Board of Health should from the onset may mean the difference would come from a plunge Into grass pasture
came to my desk not long Mr. Carlton was the first
be between life of tripr -
carefully studied. a
cold water
extremely on a very and It Is Dutch Clover
ago. I Imagine typicalof man to grow White
hot day. how most of the boys feel. The successfully in the State. It Is'

sonal cleanliness such as thorough one thing they all look forwardto worth a trip to his place to see his r
I hand washing before eating.If Is taking oft their "dog tag' pasture. 'Turn left at Edgewood r

FLETCHER'SCASTORIA possible avoid tonsil, and adenoid I and, assuming the role of free and New pasture grasses have been

operations during epidemics. unreglmented civilians. tested by the Florida Experiment

Careful study. has shown. that They willingly accept regulation Station at Gainesville for several I

such operations when done dur and regimentation now as they years and small amount of those

ing an epidemic tend to Increase fight to be free of it In the future. found most valuable are being distributed
the danger of contracting They recognize uniforms and to the farmers of the

Infantile paralysis in Its most "orders" an a military necessity' ,, State. Several cattlemen of this

IS NOW IN STOCK AGAIN! serious form. but they long for freedom (It county have obtained some of

Use the purest milk and water thought and action. these grasses. I

OUR FIRST SHIPMENT IN A YEAR you can. Keep files away from They are fighting to protectthe There are two Improved kindsof rawae.rr,
food. While the exact means of Americans Bermuda grass which do not
opportunity that all
WE WILL BE GLAD spread Of the disease Is not have long enjoyed of starting produce seed, and Digltarla which r

TO SUPPLY YOU AGAIN: known contaminated water and at the bottom and getting to the la an African grass. It is an up-

milk are always. dangerous and top. They are fighting no that right grower like crab. grass, and
been knownto does not bear seed. Plants must
flies have repeatedly live !
they and their children can
a ANOTHER SHIPMENT OF J' carry the Infantile paralysis : In a free world, live their own be set of each of these grasses.
virus. I Those who want to get a startof
} lives in their own way without ftptl-Cola Company. Long Island Cllg, N. Y.
I Do not swim In polluted water. being pushed around by some these valuable grasses shouldsee
FRYING Maintain community sanitationat bright bureaucrat who wants to me as soon as possible as this Franchised: Bottler; rEPI-COL.\ BOTTLING CO of Jacksonvllli

a high level at all times. do all the planning; for them. Is time of the year to set the I

r{; t Avoid all unnecessary contact Here's the lament: grasses.
PANSJUST with persons with any Illness auspicious Testing cows for TB and Bangs!
"O. I. THIS ANI) O. 1. THVT1
of infantile paralysis. and vaccinating calves againstBangs BUILDING MATERIALS
tx Sitting on my G. I. bed. -
6. Don't become hysterical If Is done wtthout cost By
ARRIVED My O. I. hat head,
upon my
Federal -veterinarian
State and
cases do occur neighbor-
hood. While Infantile your paralysis My G. I. pant, my G. I. shoes, and those wishing to have the Unrationed and Available Now

'= IN 8 and 10 IN. Is communicable during any out. Everything free', nothing to lone work done should list the request -

break, there are many who have at my office as soon as pos Roofing: Concrete Blocks
They inane everything we need
SIZES such slight infection that there sible. Sheetrock Cement
Paper to write on. books to read, .
are few or no symptoms. This .. Insulation Boards Massonary Cement
Your belt, your shoes, your G. I. 0
large number of unrecognized In- Infant Dies '
tie.Everything Crushed Stone
A NEW SHIPMENT OF BIBLES fectlonn Is one of the reasons. free Rockwool .
nothing to buy.
there Is no practical way of preventing James W. Mosely seven month Windows Gravel
You eat food from G. I.
hm. ARRIVED THIS MONTHWE the spread of the disease plates,your old son of Mr. and Mrs. George Doors S Sand
It Is also reassuring to know Mosley, died Friday at 11 a. m. I
G. I. rates. Screen Doors Glass Cut to Order
A NICE You fill your needs at A
CAN NOW SUPPLY YOU that of the many persons who In St. Vincent's Hospital. Jacksonville -

ASSORTMENT OF QUALITY BIBLES IN become Infected, few develop serious It's G. I. this and G. I. that- He had been 111 with We have Cabinet and Woodworking Shop, see us
Illness and that, with good pneumonia for only a few days. '
G.( I. haircut. G. I. hat, for your needs.
the majority who are stricken Funeral services were conductedat
G. I. razor G. I. comb,
will make a satisfactory re- the grave In Crosby Lake
GEE, I wish that I were HOME
- ---- overy. Remember that althoughthis Cemetery Sunday afternoon at ANNISBuilding

Is a frightful disease, needless 2:30: o'clock, the Rev. John Sel-
NEW TOYS FOR THE CHILDREN' And since Spring Is in the air
fear and panic only cause lers officiating. DeWitt C. Jones ,
and light verse bubbles in the
In of arrangements.In I
trouble. was charge
ARRIVING EVERY WEEK more heart, I'll try my hand. at answering Supplies
addition to his the
t 7. Attempts to stop the spread In kind parents
virus by closing places c- child is survived by two brothers. '
of the
where people congregate have Albert and Robert, and five sisters FHA Financing for Repairs
friend.You'd ,
G. I.
uniformly unsuccessful you were home my wouldn'tend Mrs. Junior Larrimore, of Depot & Pleasant Streets Phone 1325
for find your problems) Jacksonville and Katherine, Mar.
8. There Is no known cure
Gainesville Fla.
,tl't : Infantile paralysis. Good medical caret Fay and Florlce Mosley bf ,
USE OUR For while we home folks aren'tG.
II( airs will prevent or correct some I Starke. J
ri leformltles. But In about every
Ve have a tough time getting: by.
will be
,!t SOREHEADSALVE ourth or fifth case there Instead of Brass Hats and MPs,

;: ROOFS T Ve please have, the bureaucrats to F NOW FOR THE BIG PUSH TIAJ

' They regulate our dally lives

REPAIRED Protect our children, guard our
'i1i I wives

I 1 11\ FOR YOUR POULTRY. j Guaranteed Work tun our business grow our crops.

: ; GUARANTEED: RESULTSOR And' net the price on lolly-pops.

'' !:i\\ MONEY REFUNDED BuWallace If we, bv chance would go a- -
; 1 \ ;
ra 1
! Solano flshln'Ve e
\ tl' \ first must ask some guy's per.
'i )Ve have no trouble getting booze

I : r Koch Drug Store Route 2. ,Box FLA.? 68STAKKE Hut shoes must have coupons.'.4Ne're for our d4k

a told to check the ceiling!!
,,, l
On everything from nuts to rice
1'. We stand in line and wait outturn

Ji ; ' STARKE DRY CLEANERS & LAUNDRY To buy a mop or coffee urn. ;t
While jobs are plentiful today.

Starket Florida To get one we're obliged to pay
Initiation fees and dues

To buy some Business Agent

If we protest and ask "how
June 23 1944 They label us "Subversive Bum."

/, 1 E And so you see, my O. I. friend
'. You aren't so bad off In the end
Fellow Citizens : But since I've given you the dope

When you come home I surely 1T

I am among those appointed to assist in the 5th War hope
You'll like the G.: I. home front
districts andI ,
Loan Drive. I was given my choice of leas "

chose the Northwest section of the city, comprising And straighten out the whole

' the business houses. 'chose this district because blamed mess!

of the wonderful success and co-operation I
+ had in the last drive.
By L T. Dyer County Agent

' I take this method of notifying you that Bill Mundy. The Mexican: Bean Beetle bar # : ZF f/OU
been found In a few gardens in
"" I will call on Tuesday June 27,
W. T. Clute and you 3tarke and the entomologists from

"' to sell you the bond that you are going to buy.. We the State Plant Board and Ex- ON THE HOME FRONT TOO !

; are all very busy and your time is as valuable as cerlment Station were here one ,
day recently making an inspection -
ours. So please decide between now and the date and dusting the beans In the THIS IS ITI! This Is the big push buy is so much more power behind

!4"t we expect to see you, the size of the bond you CAN gardens where the beetle war have been waiting fort the big push..the push that i
This is the"zero hour"! Our
found.J. 6ghtwill send timer and. Tojo into ob
buy. ing men strike .
are ready-ready to livion.
R. Watson senior entomologist !
Tissat who made anywhere ...anyhow Get behind the invasion drive!
.. !
If you wish to do so you may get your bond from Joe the Inspection. found the beetle Invest MORE than ever before! i
What about yuu? Are you ready Double . triple . what
and applied a new
Wilson and our district will be given credit.WE
' recommended for many different Bond purchases Every bond you .job is big-you've got to dig!

DID IT THE LAST TIME. LET'S DO IT AGAIN .. kinds of insects but will not be

available except for.experimentalwork &chJ elr BUY MORE THAN BEFORE
until after the war.
:it This bean beetle,'they say is avery _
? Sincerely-- serious pest of all beans and ... .. __ __-

leas, and by eradicating when an

j Infestation Is found if can be MRS. BESSIE DAVISof
c -J""itlJ 7// sui7 hIii'L ept under control. the

By their efforts In cooperation

# of pest the has vegetable been kept growers out of Flor-this WONDER\ GIFT SHOPPAOr.

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