Group 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 30, 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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Volume ID: VID04869
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I Recreation Trading; Center and BRADFORD! I COUNTY TELEGRAPH Sweetest Home Strawberries of the <

L Camp Blanding | This Side of Heaven[ .

Official County Publication Established In 1877
Juno 30. 1944
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Thorn Takes Over Flynn In Charge I
Mo Aid Rotary Gavel Success of 5th War Loan Will ,Meet Acclaim of Men\ in Field Of City Light Plant I II Large GroupOf

-,.. .....-;"-'_ wl and Prove Nation Is Backing Our Armed Forces"In t I I II Selectees e

CollectionWaste I .. I

by Gen. Ike Eisenhower I
Paper ... .. _. i Sent From HereLocal
moments of crisis involv- .e 'n"- ,.i.. ,'"' The complete success in the fC\j
ing the safety of native ''
our | drive will meet the acclaim of

statement made ( land the American people the forces In the field and will Board No. 1, Bradford '.

reortn8! to a edwards City have invariably rallied against .bee be renewed proof that all County, announced yesterday I
W1:: "
rday by and Chairman of the ('the danger with courage, faith I. : X+ rs Americans are one solid phalanx that the following\ men have t

ncllma1! of stark, the and resolution. of determination in this : been accepted recently for service -

;(Oft will Committee furnish a truck for half "For the'past two years we I v great war. I r-I In (the armed forces: "

each week for the purpose have been in one of these crises, t "All of us profoundly trust __ WHITE; k
11 collection. 'I' perhaps the greatest in our his i Raymond Crews
that world be I
-vle paper soon the may re-
Namen E.
I f Thomas
tory. On the battlefield and on
decision to aid County stored to a Just peace. Untilwe Charles.
the home
front men and women | !
'nt L. T Dyer and his crew of making can, with God's help bring r Riley Sweat
thin project came follow- ate dally great sac. ] about that happy realization of Ralph Edwin "/
in Starling
from towns- riflces so the freedom in our j each of must I.
countless requests our dreams us James Carlton Davis
ate who were Interested in aid- way of life may be preserved. i ,seek Incessantly: for ways and William llama

war effort by saving paper "There is now in progress the j means by which the value of Harry W. Wllkerson .., .
who were discouraged when 8th War Loan Drive to raise I I our services<< to our country Charles. Vernon Hochreln t':

r which they had collected yea ? money so as to insure that this X may be enhanced. Right now Herbert Hoyt Wilson I
to be- .-. conflict will be to the do by buying Bonds. *. "
i left fpr long periods ,, ..' brought s4 we can so James Shipman lapp
,e rain soaked or to blow over speediest possible conclusionand b' i Let's make this particular vic Frank Marlon Cruce v ;o'
George Flynn, former road construction
neighborhood. The regular meeting of the with the least loss'in lives Gwv tory a quick and decisive one" William Edward Conrad i .::1

I -- ---- engineer was recently Cecil Calhoun Thomas.. .1
fler ucb a gratifying response Rotary Club Wedneday was fea- t
by the Hoard of Bond
It became virtually 1mrible Nollle Ray Brannen -
Aliens.for the boys to collect tured by the passing of the gav- Is there $279.000 in Bradford' County? Trustees to the superlntendency Hershel Waters '

paper without the help of the el from the retiring president DON'T MAKE US LAUGH of the City Power and Light Arthur Willard Taylor .
explained. The use of H. N. Fairbanks, to Julius L. Efrld Melvin Thomas N
'. Dyer Plant Flynn succeeds Barry
will make regular col- will direct destinies Jlerbertlool.'er' de John Sumner Ludwick
truCk Thorn who the { with
Johns, who Is now employed! Harold Willard Crawford

;lom possible of,citizens he .declared.-that, they .of the organization thru pressio. the R. E. Bay Electric<< Co. of Carl! BroughtonGeorge '

omplalnts has been burning paper at the next 12 months. Mr. Thorn I You wouldn't think so; would you?-With BANK DEPOSITS of Jacksonville. Johns had been Washington Davis '
fa director of the local USO- Robert Lee Osteen '
explained by of the Plant
Light i
dump was art employee
city 2278581.66 and 265000.00 salted in POSTAL SAVINGS:
away Howard Colson Douglass
.dais this week. Paper In YMCA Club and since coming to here for about 15 yearn. '

miles cases, has been thrown Starke has taken a leading part : with every business man in town doing more business in the last four years Sanford Rltch was also addedto Billy Leroy Dean CrosbyFrederick H In ton ui

with garbage which makes'' It in civic affairs. The Rotarians : than he had any right to hope to do in a normal lifetime-before Camp the Light Plant stuff as an additional Ernest: Tommy Phillip ; 1
ten:, It is not possible, expect another highly success-I engineer! thin month, Others /Nelson Charles Griffin

of the manpower shortage, ful year under his Blanding came along. serving In this capacity are Walton C. demons. Jr.

.nll wtnr to separate the papers I Then why under the sun should Volunteer workers have to sweat and O. K. Stansbury and O. E. GriffIs. Cecil Frank ManningEllis rs
| ;the garbage: it was said Victor Lambe works as an Boothe Lasttnger
Contributors should be careful Opinions Differ waste valuable time pleading with sheckle-heavy fellow townsmen to investa "extra" on the regular engineers' William Alvah Saxon

1 bale paper and put it aside few hundred dollars in War Bonds? day off.Those. O. J. Underhill \

la: garbage which they expect serving on the Board of Robert Marlon McRae t

E City to collect. On 4th Closing You've got us pal. You've got ui. Bond Trustees In charge of employment George Washington Mann, .Jr

Maybe they JUST DON'T GIVE A DAMN who wins the war. and operation of the Joseph Lea Simmons
ark Theatre I plant are P. M. Barefoot, chairman Othma Lamar Haynes, Jr. I
I I 1 When It comes! to observing '- fc_" Maybe they can (look at a picture of an American boy-the kid next Harry Houston and Carl. COLORED . w

ill Play Host I the Fourth of July, Starke bloody beach head, and it doesn't Rltch. .,..... George Fiacter. "'
door, perhaps-LYING TOES UP on a, ,MM.r
f' \
bualnees will once again
War Bond Buyers men L z. Baker

i assert their rugged Indivldualliun mean a '. thing. .vt.\. ..... !. CJI.ZJ; ; l i.' "" .Charles Cromlte Anderson *"' f

fMtntioq Moviegoer! and -do a* they darn --' RegterFor Willie Lewis Keaton 4
'- ' Maybe they can-but we doSbt tt..._... *
'm. '
uesday, July 11. at B > please, thank you. William Nelson Cromlty

( "Free Movie Night" at the The city's' leading groe.ars "$Somehow we, like to 'think tiafsthe fellow(( who' doesn't inves'atl he Sam Coley I
'\ Theatre for all bond ,buyIn proclaim la an 'stdvertiaeineht-' City Election H. Lucian Blocker
in War Bonds can't sleek well(( at night.
the Fifth War Loan In this 1 Issue that they will. possibly can Willie Green .

fre, now reaching its climax. be cloned all day Tuesday' We like to picture him ROLLING AND TOSSING in bed. white the .... i
.. .
e announcement :was ,:made the 4th and all oH City Clerk Carl Johns announces Addition
his (at interest) burn
faces of he might have helped by money
fctcrday by Jos. K. Wilson. day Wednesday, the 5th. Customarily men \ thaj books will be openat
|idford County bond drive they clone at noon themselves into his brain. his office for the registration To Telegraph Staff

irman, after completing ar- on 'Wednesday. of electors from Friday, July 14,
but like that deserves what he gets. MIltS Mae Parker, for the past
isn't picture- a
/f a
fgements with W. N. Carnas- A group of leisure-loving pretty through| Saturday, August< : 12. I

manager of the Park Thea- dry goods) merchants, Joinedby Bradford County's quota i is $2/0,000.00.' In order to' be eligible to register of two County years employed Judge< E.In K.the Perry-office
mlncellaneowi enterprises must have
other and vote a person
HAS SOLD ONLY $92.856.73. man, recently resigned her position t
II the night of the 11th the announce that they BRADFORD COUNTY been a resident of Florida for
there to become a member i iot
fare will play host to all will close all day the 4th There's one more week to go. the past 12 months and of the the staff of the Bradford ': .
30M who invest in a Series and In view of the fact that city for the ,past six months. ,
War Savings Bond of any they regularly close at,''noon Barring a miracle-the miracle'of each man, woman and child in The City election will be held County in Telegraph.Judge Ferryman's She was .weeded of- .Slice

Domination purchased from on Wednesdays, what the Bradford County 'searching his soul and investing every possible cent in Wart Tuesday, Sept. 8, for the pur- by Miss Freddie WImberly. .i
tailing agent in Bradford Check's the -une .',of opening of electing a mayor and
.. Bradford''County going :down MISERABLE DEFEAT in pOKe Mis Parker is a graduate of
; Bonds is to
inly. A ticket of'admission Wednesday, ,mornlngr >aayway three councilmen. B. H. 8. and was a member of t

.I be given to each purchaser. so they'U be closed all day the Fifth War Loan >' Candidates for these positions the B. H. S. Journal staff. Apart
|Free Movie," which is gear the 5th too. .
must qualify by August 19. of her duties on the Tele-
i of really that miracle happen -IF YOU HELP MAKE IT. I
appreciation on the partthe Just to make things But can I"tytt graph will be the handling of I

motion picture exhibitor Interestingothers announce Napoleon once said that nine.ttnths of the success of an army comes Council MeetingThe local and society Items and she
the bond close during the
buying public will they will
celebrated nationally as well day, but will open at 6 p. m. from its spirit, its morale rather short;the quantity of its equipment. And City Council will meet will the appreciate public In the this cooperationof connection.

locally by most of America's to catch the soldier trade the source of spirit in our army lies right here at home-lies in our support Monday night, next week becausethe It Is desired that all persons \
000 at all .
exhibitors and climaxes while some won't close t regular meeting night, Tuesday having items of this nature

II' contribution to the Fifth and a few proVably won't and our interest.. fall on the Fourth of July. phone 29 and give them to Miss M

I' Loan Drive. open until Friday because will be reflected in the great battles to come. Our faith 'arker.'urchase, ;.
>cal plans for the event were they'll need Thursday to rent Our support
. * A A .
4 M
'eloped by Mr. Carnaslon and up from Tuesday and. Wed- here at home will help shape the spirit of our army and the barometer of Home

I hopes to see every seat In theatre nesday. lend and to ..
on the job our money
that faith is our willingness stay BUY
filled want to
with a bond pur- So if you really Mr and Mrs H. W. Lappe,
ser on the night of July 11. know what's (gonna happen work for victory in every possible way. proprietors of the Lappe Bakeryon a

here over the Fourth Just "sate at the 'ollowing qualified issuing agencies in WAR West Call Street, recently
War Bonds are on Sa.
rge Group 4-H Boyse figure It out for yourself. purchased the Sam Stratos home
Personally, we're taking the Bradford County: The Florida Bank at Starke post offices at Starke, Law- it 318 N. Church Street.
Enjoying Week .. .
whole week: off to recuperateafter 0
Bradford County .
and the :
f t Camp McQuarrie trying to untangle the ley Hampton and Brooker, the Florida Theatre bond during I. MEET THE PEOPLE 1 I I

situation. Telegraph. If you do not find it .convenient. to purchase your i
F>e 4-H Club boys of Bradford Theatre will( be gladto
the Florida
I"", Columbia and Baker counT Mrs. E. O. Edwards bank or postoffice hours the Telegraph or By Mary Jo Kent lervlng as Auctioneer at a Rally
another and by consistent -
Ire camping at Camp Mc- in the late afternoon or evening. on ,
issue it
ante 35 Dies SuddenlyIn Louis Shafkln hash* been the and heavy buying of
miles east of Ocala
4 week. Hospital IT WILL TAKE EVERYTHING WE HAVE TO WIN successful "starter" of so many Bonds In every drive. He bus

,'his I 1 a week of recreation Palatka BUT UNLESS WE WIN, IT. NOTHING. ELSE WILL MATTER. things in Starke that he seemsa also! been a generous contributor -
amt"S. games and good fore. Eo. Thelma Edwards, fitting subject for this first to every fund aimed at the
"es for the boys. There are'Icational 43, died Sunday of a heart In'a series of character sketches progress of his adopted city or
age Rites Held SundayFor to be presented In a new his country.
programs also and a attack after only a few days' Illness Sunday ,1
lor life saving course. at Glendale Hospital In Pa- Funeral Add Brickbats W. E. Edmondaor I Telegraph feature headed "Meet He N at present chairman 1 t"

e county agents from these latka. A member of the Baptist For W. C. RhodenFuneral Blanding Fla. The" People", hunInetM of the Army and Navy Cora-
'amp humanitarian -
tiea attend camp with the Church, Mrs. Edwards was a native Walter E. Edmondaon, age I Patriot mitten of the Jewish h. Welfare < for W. C. To The Editor Louis Shaf
X and R. lived services man Hoard, 'a subMldlary of
w Blacklock. State of Oklahoma and had 81, well known farmer of thl
at 3:30 Bradford County Telegraph "newcomer" here to
held :
Club leader in Rhoden. Sr., were kin Is a the CSO.'MC.II1ftIIber
and others from several years
for the past in the Fla. community died Sunday at hi taken root In
Slate Office are in attend- where she and her husband o'clock Sunday afternoon Starke, stay, having of inn operating committee
t. i Starke, the New Method Dyal cemetery under the direc- l)ear Sir: home near here. Funeral services a hand fuU of mercantile re- of the I'SO and chairman of
e following operated tion of Key McCabe of Jack I wan nailing the few soldiers conducted by DeWltt C tahlliihment on both sides the Jewish<< immunity
nty are : boys from this Cleaners on Temple Ave sonville. who dropped in at the mp.'. Jones were held at the grav of Call street and having Council of Starke . . a l

'aid Bennett enjoying Camp: Funeral services were held at Mr. Rhoden had been a resi- room othe town behind thecounty In the McKinney Cemetery at made himself heard among| citizenho* opinion I I" held

". Prynt rltnn..nJle Hurche"Warren Rea-lOIter 111 a. m. Tuesday at the grave.and dent of Bradford County for the courthouse one recent 2 o'clock Tuesday afternoon, 1M< leader In community affair In hIgh ..."t_. s
'""d Bryant Robert 'Vaedln Interment was in Santa Fe Ceme- Saturday and I was terrified Rwv. Thomas R. Webb of Miami,o *. with his feet on the r
40 years. A man
':top: Fjtaod':}' Oean Watson tery with the Rev W. J. Church- past to see the ugly,; sight and un- officiating. A former Oeorglan connected
,of He is survived by 4 sons. Lee Diamond ground, his eye on the visionary
: Church the .
"rlffl" Hllra Watson well of the :Methodist cleanllness of place.It Those surviving Mr.\ Edmond with the Paramount
"S" ?Hag la Raymond Hereey ficiating.She Rhoden of Archer, Freeman will Iw for the benefit of son are his wife Cora S. Ed Centre largest diamond brokerage horizon Louis Sliafkln Is showIng -

*t Ftaa''" Earneet W 1U is survived by her husband. Rhoden ot Starke. Andrew Rho- our public health If you ran mond! "Y vljaws," Thoma. O. Edwards one son, Cpi. Lee den of Lake Butler and W C. hanu... e',official to do donie- C. A. Crosby of Brooker, :!'rrs.R. Shafkln came to Starke to Invest the future of this thriving little
*tiln I-!** on Albert Harry Green Kite Ansley Hendrick of Camp Stewart Rholen Jr.. of the U. S. Army thinK about it through your R. Crosby of Starke, Mrs. his time, his money and I; city already bulging at the

TI. ': Charles 8trlckll\II Ga. two brothers, A. W. and three daughters, Mrs. Thel publication. A, Richardson of Miami: and I his, effort with wholehearted enthusiasm seams, by his recent purchase j
,u: ""?Sin hhmael'-" l Hayes Waddle. ,of Farris. Okla.. and Walter ma Profltt and Mrs. Mae Car- 11 Tour truly Misses Patsy and Cleone Ed In Us future. This was I of the P. M Barefoot home on I

*-R" &., Harland Norman Waddle of California and two son of Starke and Mrs. Pearl _.\ VIMtinjc Ho.1dI..rCRP mondson of Starke, two sons,o four years ago when: Starke yet I the corner of Call and Cherry .tt'
n ? Kenneth Norman1'b { Inertiaof where he plans to build f
Fla. streets
I'arl Carter sisters, Mrs. K. C. Tate of Tulsa Bryan of Raleigh Wiley S. and J. C. Edmondson,, slept in the
rlted County School Board furHer and Mrs. Elzora Bowers of OF THANKSWe both of Miami and a sister, its pre-Blanding cocoon. ''a modern hotel as 'soon as priorities
a bus for this trip and Texas. Miss Madge Middleton left Mrs. Bell Browder of St Payne, He has backed up this early on materials' will permit. '
K! transportation fxpenses Houston at the service Tuesday afternoon for Camp wish to express our many belief by working conscientiously "for this Is only the begin

I Paid out of funds raised by Acting as pallbearers Monk Dlnklns, Blanding where she will spend thanks and appreciation to those Ala.The late Mr, Edmondson wa;!I on countless. Civic projects ning". Louis Shafkln says. And,
: boy In collecting and sell-! Tuesday were Gottlieb, Oscar several day with !Mrs.! Elizabeth who were so kind to us during War veteran and a memo Including the Third Bond drive I as always people stop to listen
: "'& r. The E. A. Winkler, Sam 'and 1 Dlllard: senior hostess at GuestHouse the illness. and death of our dear a Civil Church. of which he was chairman by and to believe..VaVr .
ul'1l bout Saturday Crosby John Flllyaw ber of the Christian I
neon on i' No. 3. father. -Rhoden Family
Week, Carlton Chastain.


Friday June SD( 10thX )

earners I know are wortl IIN' CIRCUIT COURT BRADFORD
t, THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH wage$10 a day for eight hours work I'|I CERY COUNTY FL.CmiU.A IN CHANt -

I them President Roosevelt should Beuleh M GrOYi Plaintiff,( \H
I John I>. >atent! m'" u !t
(. KxtabllNhed: 1877 get at least' .a thousand dollar Cuss No 1162ORDER : .

i{1 K. I.. 1\lIatlbt'wtt I __ .__n_______ Editor and Owner a day for a 40 hour week and extra NOTICE OF PUBLIC TO APPEAR TION'ANn a s"t'p
.\ ,, pay for overtime STATE OF FLORIDA to: John E
,; Gray whose residence m, care Ilenr; .. l
HIHSCKII'TION: RATE But I haven't the least desire Kin her. fcll ,rton. South, Carolina,

,?, ."...;1., Pearly, >11I1.7Sht: ; Months, $1.00 to be President of the Unite<1 10th You, 1944.are required In the bow to appear named on Court Jur rt I
i .
: seek
wherein plaintiff
and cause
States, I'm fairly[ well sutlsfiei
1 I of Children
divorce and custody
, Fublinhcd" Weekly on Fridays and Entered a. Second Class Matterat Telegraph sh l I
" ., ;, with life It I feel honoiec Bradford County .
I the Pont Office ut Starke Ilorlda. as publish this Order In next four weekWitness 1
'.. enough to be the hu i>and of my;; .. hand and offl'lal" sea :

j wife and the father of our three at 1&44 Florida, this June 7th, ..

!tons, without being President 01 OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. ThomaiAs
UNCLEJOE'S Clerk of Bald Court
even a "nigger pieacher". But T. Frank Landrum, Stiirki-, FlorIda -
If It ever did come down tc Atty, tor Pit, 68t6J:< t
::1 : _
'j IW
between the two, I'd pick _
' the pulpit. The President might COUNTY FLORIDA IN CHANCERY ',
'f .1 A W knock down more frog hides pet Rae Voelker. Plaintiff, vs 4 r
month than a negro preacher, but Harold Voelker, Defendant .,
Case No 31BO, ,
look what the gets besides -
: '
1 By J. U IIAKKELt money. Gosh, how I dc NOTICE TO APPEAR "
,1A'''! '' like gfrled chicken, cooked Method Voelker STATE whose OF FLORIDA residence to I I" 30 Harold Bell He's

i '"" ': ,\ When I was a kid In chool, reading about President Lincoln ., [IB t minister[ style! St.You, Orange are required, New Jersey to appear on JulV 9Oing

::'; 1,1', the lady-teacher gave us child and stopped to .speak to I 10th, 1944 in the above named Court seeks bark
and wherein plaintiff t '
i.. ; ;9r 1 ren a pep talk once or twice a Uncle Andy: GRAHAM divorce.cause Bradford County T..lCrIlVhahall fins

, ''i; >' -r r i 1 month, telling uujhat each boy. "Say, Orandpappy, do ya fink By Mm. Eva Strickland weekly publish!Issues.Waness .this Ordi (In next four the Sh
baby born In the United States( dat dar will ebber. tie a nlgga my hand and official Heal
1 'f'i had at least one chance out of wld sense enuf ta be pres'dentlike Pfc Lewis[ Starling left Wednesday at Starke, Florida thin June 7th. loh--HOW

,f! L *" million\ of becoming 1'iesl- :Mars Llncum wuz?" for Lake Charles, La, after 1944 OFFICIAL REAL.)..A, J, Thomas ABOUT
r, t day, aq' lienjamln looked from spending his furlough with Aa Clerk of aid Cobrt.T. I''.
1'J!! some Uncle Andy up Frank Landrunt, Btarke, Florida IOIJ
his mother.
t 1. 'rlson then was. She'd al."Jl his woik-trying to patch a Atty. for Plf. 6-8-4t-6-30 ?
) pi read a few verses of Hcrlp-[ badly-worn pair of hand-me- E Strickland[ H. G Stricklandof e

,l'1'" '}l e and pray that one of her down boots-and said[ : ."Son, Nichols spent Wednesday with IN CIRCUIT COUNTY COURT FLORIDA, BRADFORD, ;

:t + 1, ..III boys would be the lucky what am ya talkin' about? Iften Mrs. Eva Strickland. IN CHANCERYCase
: No 23OS(
i' ,. guy. Now I wag Just a little a nlgga had dat much sense I Mrs. Annie Edward, Eva Kelly D, Fenters, Plaintiff .
I I, ... , .? further advanced in figuring he cud be pastor ob de bigges' i Slilckland. Mrs Nellie Reynolds, Pearl Virginia va. Fentera' Defendant
"than In spiritual[ things, and It cullud church In Chasten an' If- Mrs, Coralea Willis, Louise Strick ORDER OF TOLAEYEAR AND
,;::\ didn't[ take me long to see thai fen he cud be dat what he fiat : land, and Russell Starling were State 01 NOTICE FlorMa-Toi :
;it' a one to 40 million chance for want ta be pres'dent Ob de United business visitors ,to Gainesville, Pearl Virginia Fentera. whose residence
: ; me to become President was a States for?" Friday, la Unknown. ''

..I 1: I'y little more than anyone should That nettled the question with Mr. and Mrs. And Norman and 17th You, 1944 are required In the above to appear named on Court July I'
: expect. So I didn't lose any and cause. wherein plaintiff setksdivorce AMERICA !
f [ Mrs. Nor NEVER
me. My ambition was to grOw up children were visiting Bradford County Telegraph ITS NOW OR
I i time at all In praying.. Then to wear Ionic punts, a clawhammer man's mother, Mrs. R. M. Johnson shall publish. this l Order In next four I
: ,
: : too, about thin time I heard my coat, beaver hat. starched bosom Sunday. weekly Insues.Wltnepi. hand and official'seal
:,: tin God, Uncle Andy Owens, an shirt, with celluloid cuffs and Mrs. R. M. Johnson and daughter mv.Florida this June 14th,
!I'< old ex-slave, say something that [ President[ didn't Intern t:4lHarke.: do than ever before I IHE'S
,': i caused me xto think there waa collar. Being I I Ellen Areys were visiting[ A. J.: THOMAS you must more
me at' all. I wanted to bea Mrs. Johnson's son and daughter- Aa Clerk of said Court
,; something[ else the good Lord Oflclal Seal)
!/ "nlfcger preacher" and have in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Johnson
.:. t'' ,j' could give me a lot easier If charge of the biggest church In of Waldo last Sunday after Starke. Florida COME back from the askedyoutodosomethingextra, b
.. I'd pray for It. faith Attorney for Plaintiff in War Loan Drives-and four :
Chui lesion. However, my .,6-19. -41-7-7 : battle of Tarawa.
" Uncle Andy was 89 or 90 must not have been-strong enough noon.Mr.. and Mrs. Frank Reynolds He's faced death every moment times you have responded mag*
, yearTT! >ld-when I ..wasIffftf than- or something[ ;for I didn't[ grow up and children of Reddick spent IN CIRCUIT COUNTY COURT.FLORIDA' BRADFORD, of the way. Will he say, "I've nificently. But now the quota is '+ :,

) ten. He waa much too old 1 to to be a negro preacher, or a white Sunday with Mr. Reynold's brother IN Case CHANCERY No 3176 done my part. I'm throu$h."? big erbecalisethefightiDgjobOf ;
;'! work on the farm and I wasn't one either, and having failed to and siater-ln-law.[ Mr. and Frank A. Splna. Plaintiff. course riot! For he is an is bigger) You must do more
':' 1 quite old enough to reach the pray to become President, I just Mrs. Roy Reynolds. vs American fighting man. He'll than ever before in the STB WAR g
! r? plow handles, so we were two lost out all around. Mrs, Roxle Weatbiooka! and Mary ORDER R Splna.OF PUBLICATION AND. go back again and again-until LOAN DRIVE. Double your usual
V.<, ;i gentlemen of leisure and spent '' And I guess It's Just as well NOTICE TO APPEARS : the job is finished.Your extra War Bond purchases.
daughter' of Tampa are spendinga '"*" of a'i"4dsTniMary
et most of our daylight hours together that I didn't become President, week with Mrs. Westbrooks' R. Spina whose residence la23JU job isn't finished Triple them, if you can! Send 5 WAR LOAN
..I: : during the nine months 1 either, for If I were In Mr. Roosevelt's brother and sIster-In-law, Mr and N.: Y.31st Ave., Astoria. Lone Island, '' either. Four times America has your dollars out to finish the job!
of each year that I was not In boots right now I know my on July'
i40' : You are required to appear
t school. Uncle Andy had a little I Irish temper would get the best: Mrs. Roy Reynolds. 17th, 1944 In the above. named. Court
:N Davis of the State and cause. wherein plaintiff seekadivorce
great-grandson Neezer, who had of me and I'd tell a lot of people Miss Melvine Telegraphshall t p
.i; % ::1 learned to read a little and what where to Jump In very t definite Farm la spending a few weeks bFtdthl. i-d tfn next four / / -Wmm.I THAN BEFORE

s 1: !;,' he couldn't read he'd spell out terms. And another thing If everyone with her ulster and brother-in- weekly IssuesWitness mv hand and official seal
',.' r (1, for Uncle Andy to pronounce. else had a raise In wages, law, Mr. and Mrs J. B. Strick at Starke, Florida, this June 14th,

' J On one occasion Neezer was I'd have one tooIf a lot of land. 1944' A, J. THOMAS. GUIDON GRILL
As Clerk of said Court

T(Official, FRANK Seal LANDRUM JimForest, Owner .

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Pilgrims knew they were ill-prepared for one of the

/ t. cruelest winters that resolute men, women and children ever

'' kl.I5; FLORIDA MOTOR LINES / had to face. Foreseeing trials that would challenge their ,

) endurance, -they treasured their scanty store of food and

s;p WANTS MEN L1KE'lfo.u. rationed every helping.

.i '. tY .t But when a Spring and Summer of strenuous labor rewarded

Y ,I You've done a fine job for your country. . and we would like to have them with an abundant harvest, the Pilgrims were grateful _'

v lI you help us with our job. In return Florida Motor Lines will see to it but not alone for food. They felt they were well on their way :iI

that you get a friendly welcome into a spirited organization-and a toward an established home in a new world, bright with freedom Wl*t riftio points
1. l opportunity to assume your rightful place on the civilian front. .Hs
genuine our
security and a promising future for their children. bring togtntrathnt
in the fight with us. Bus transportation has
We invite you to stay world born
: tr a tremendous responsibility to shoulder for the nation . we can't fall America's goal has never changed. And for such a goal rationtill till IoJ.y,HI"'lM.ts"
fj f y'' short. We can use men of action in our offices ing is a small_ price to contribute. "Food Fights For Freedom". t/'*"/"r*

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1jf .Wetrlaal Before you decide on your civilian employ. In addition to supplying the armed force with glider and bomber fuse _...t BuJurtatr, too, to i*,,..'*
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over.We would be mighty happy to see you. tattt ttltrr.As .
Rubber Aluminum
p wuh produces) material which go into the manufacture of:
c'' Munitions Medicines B Complex Vitamins Hospital

.,, l lt Diets*Baby Food.Bread and other Bakery product Vitamin-forti

: fied cattle feeds Batteries Paper Soup and textiles-to name few.

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And Here Are 5 MORE Reasons
[ NOW, while you are reading ]lars in all history. You know how you r
I for Buying EXTRA Bonds in the 5th I
: men are dying American can help: BUY WAR BONDS WITH '; I
1. War Bonds are the best the safest investment in ..
men,giving their lives to establish beachEVERY DOLLAR YOU, HAVE! Now the world I N''

heads from which they can sweep on to is the time to buy extra Bonds-as many 2. War Bonds return you$4 for every$3 in 10 years. 3 i 1

Victory. as you can. . 3. War Bonds help keep prices down. ,i iI I J

Nazis 4. War Bonds will help win the Peace by increasing "
That's their duty-to smash the
If you are already buying Bonds on a purchasing power after the War. ;
and the Japs, and all they represent, '
payroll savings plan. whoever you are, 5. War Bonds mean education for your children, J '
once and for all-to 'make this a better security for you, funds for retirement.
whatever you do, ask yourself this question ),
:world to live in-for you. And they d'd '
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mother's son should die for me tonight? j i

,You're an American you have a duty, Then double the Bonds you bought be- .S 'J, 1.:p' ;ra ,"

. too! Here's your chance to do your share fore -make them _know you're with ."* }.i? ;

-to fight by their side on every bitter them! And not next week or next' i,t::7"J .1 1

beachhead in the world. The 5th War ,month, but NOW, when every bullet and :'t 17. t

Loan is on-the biggest Drive for Dolevery dollar counts MOSTI! !,

; 5TH WAR, LOAN, JalCK "

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Thii if an official 17. S. Treasury advertisement arecJ under auspices of Treasury Department and War Advertising Council oJ a



Army and Navy Committee, Jewish Welfare Board s.

of Starke, Florida




Friday, June

In next four weekly I"-. seal of said Cour' ,1IIlH. 1/r,,

: : SOCIETY and CLUBS I Wacs! Know Just How to '"Keep 'Em Flyin 'WSCS To Meet Witness Starke: ,my Florida hand, and thin official June 27th sealat t

_ I i 1044 Clerk of said CM" " r
Circles One and Two of the (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J, Thoma. I (OFFICIAL SEAL t)
I AM Clerk of said Court. H, V. Knight, Hum. ,
Woman's Society of Christian T Frank Landrum. Starke.: Florida, turns for Plaint"

L t. r t Lovely Reception Tuesday Evening Service will meet Monday after- Atty for Plf. 6-30 4t 7-21

\ noon July 3, at 3:30: o'clock, at IV" (UUIir ("01'IIT. I>HAI>FOHIIMV. > > o'r.l.

,j' Hnnorino- New _Methodist_ _ Pastor and Wife the home of Dr. and Mrs. W. E. ('(ii PI.OKIUU IN IH\- The regrlHtinUi.i inf ,I
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Middleton, on W. Madison St. I>, J,;. Plaintiff lion of electors fl,
t.\\ Honoring the Rev. and Mrs. cakes wore served throughoutthe .nlllht. 14. 144 through "

I, . W. J. Churchwell a lovely recep- evening by Mrs. Sam Anderson BETHELBy Obe Fallal Cane!, .Defendant No. 3308 I 12 1944 Incluxlv, ,I',I'"I',I

'y\ tlon was given Tuesday evening by Mrs. W. E. Middleton Mm. NOTICE TO APPEAR n"l'lL'II ,

j "i 1 JF the Women'a Society of Christian Martha Johnson Mrs. N. T. Rltch Rev.<< J. E. Cloer. STATE OF FLORIDA: Bell To Ole, ,
Hall 4817 Clara !:Street 1"1 6-30 3t 7-14
; of the Jr., Misses Janet Anderson and
'J Service under the direction Edgar Glisson Is at home for I forma: hill
f I .t.9 president, Mrs. W. O. Hallez" Frances Colley. You are notified that a '
filed In the
a few days after spending sever-I complaint hall been
4 At the recent annual conference The president, Mrs. Haile was al months active duty overseas. above court and cause to forecloneH I'I
of the Methodist Church, the Rev. purchase money mortgage against
I assisted in various capacities by .r There will be services at thechUt'CR I the following real property to-wit:
:;' 4JJ( Mr, Churchwell was assigned' as Sunday until further Beginning 332 feet. North of NF-
the following member of the every .
of Be<'
'J pastor for the local church, and York r2af r.Wtl: ., 1Southp497
notice. " run
", I .1 r c he and bin wife have been warmly WSCS: Mrs. A. Z. Adklns Mrs : The Rev. R. L. Lee Is In the feet thence run .Road228/ feet to

: welcomed here. This Informal re- W. B. Sewell, Mrs.! J, B. Cottrell feelIng East line of State thencerun line
'l I potato business now. He Is Northwesterly along East
k f neotlon took place In the Recreation Mrs. Geo. B. Flynn Mrs. W E. better after several of said road 631,6 feet thence run

: e. Building next to the Methodist Middleton Mrs. L.,D. Vinlng. Mrs.E. KfU much I-a..t: 889.5 feet. to P O. daN you
vui-t-r days Illness, and he delivered a Bradford County, Flo r : and Mr and Mrs.
,}t ._1 church; the spacious hall being K Ferryman, Misses' Olive and Piloting a pia..of lli.Army' Air Transport Command with ill preciout: Interesting sermon Sunday. are hereby required to appear In (personally said- Infantry
, ,, decorated with potted palms' of upplie U only of ,,ful niuion. Knowledge of the very or by attorney)
I'11,:' a Amelia Ray, Mrs. H. C. Rltch cargo part a tucc* R. Coleman (Is on the cause on July 31. 1944.
Frank and
'": +' 't r zinnias roses, crepe myrtle marl- Mrs. T. T. L.OPK, Mrs. D. P. Carpenter weather ahead U equally! TilaL At many ATC bates, Waca help keep cargo court or the Bill of Complaint will he I Uncle Sam doc an \.\
""l3 ) golds and fern. plane moving: ..'.IF by furnishing flight crows with accurate woather data. sick list. taken a" confessed by you. Pl-ad- Job of Repairing )our "(,
:,: Mis. F H Long, Mrs. Mrs. Charles Jenkins was a ford Countv Telegraph 'In deiitgrnat- ..,,,"
: ,': Judge A. Z. Adklna made a Titus Mrs. William H publlnh thin noticeWltne I. 8h. but is too bn.,
I Olson Bag- When the history of Wprld success of every flight vII tor In Gainesville, ed to duly
, business official
.. hand and the to fix "Dress
; rr ;! short address after which he Introduced my your shoe
gett, Mrs. L. A. Davis, Mrs. Fred War II Is written the amazing I Other members of the WAC Monday.
t Chaplain Lawhead and -So bring them to h;
i Guy. accomplishment of the globe- ar<* working' hard for victory in
Pvt. Moffett who are stationed
.. UT I Anslstlng in entertaining the 239 various Army Jobs in all
j Keen and SUns STARKE
d at Camp Blandlng. These talent- girdling Army's Air Transport Miss Barbara .
? 1 guests were the following stew- branches of service-Army, Hutto Monday !In A-I SHOEReBuilding
'f} Garnlta spent
I ed of the favored
gentlemen Army ards: ,W. B. Sewell, I* D. Vining, Command will loom high among 'Air Forces ,Army*Ground Forces Jacksonville.Mrs. TRANSFER
; the with number of
r. company a L. A. Davis and E. K. Perryman. the factors that helped to speed and Army Service Forces. &
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solos and duets Repairing
I Invitations were to all victory. Credit too, will go to Now Wac enJisteea may not O. J. Griffin returned to

' :\:,. 1 'I I Fruit punch and individual members of the church sent, to the the Women's Army Corps per- only choose their Job and branchof her home In St. Augustine Friday, Local And

;:_p''lVi;, ;}.",'r 4J ministers of other churches In sonnel now serving with the Air service but may also select after visiting her daughter, Mrs.E. Distance BROWNSTEENSHOE
J' ; 'l Id,I( r town; and also to the Army men Transport Command. the Army post or station at l.. Biggs.

;:.' ,\ fen' ....:.:. :- .i church.and their"'wives..'7"' who T r '! attend 1.1. this perform Wacs a assigned variety to of vital the ATC jobs I which duties. they will, commence their Mr. and :Mrs. I* F. Dinkins Hauling REPAIR

'ii' I are In Jacksonville on business
: that help keep this air To
... great enlist In the WAC women -
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I and will attend the fights
service moving with Incredible must be between the ages of 20 today. Across from Post Office
Bible School EndsThe with Mr. and Mrs. Ver- Phone 179
efficiency. They repair and and SO, American citizens with tonight
: Wanted! check radio equipment furnish two or more years of high non Silcox.
D : First Baptist Church has -
just completed a successful term weather data clearances orders school education (lor equivalent Mrs. Leslie Biggs will make her

P For Full os Part Tim of Dally Vacation Bible School. and routes to pilots flying their substitutive qualifications) with- home In Starke with her father THE LAPPE BAKERY
crafts to theaters of
war. They out dependents under 14 yearsof
J. B. Mr.
The average attendance was 60. Rowe Biggs
r Summel.Employment. The total offering was approximately operate tow-tractors that move age, and In good health. for duty at Fort McPherson Ga., Distributors of
huge cargo planes to and from For more Information about
p APPLY TO $40 which was sent to last Monday. QUALITY BAKED GOODSTo
their hangars. They are the WAC, women of Bradford
Chinese Relief and other mission
y funds. signed to a number of as-I County are invited to contact Mr. and Mr. J. H. Gross Mrs. The Homes and Restaurants of StarkeCONSULTATION

'T, The Manager ary jobs) that require quick and Sgt. Evelyn Carlisle, who will Men a McCrutchen and Mrs. Effie

alt curate thinking and constant be at the Starke Post( Office ev- Johns will leave July 1 for a .

p u alertness-Thj -f"n"a] ... of "the ery Thursday and Friday or weeks' visit with relatives In Orlando ' I II

:"-; LOVETT'S Reopening ATC move at great speeds over' write to: U. S., Army Recruiting and Bushnell e

vast distances and the Wacs of, Station, 250 ,P. ,0. Bldg., Jack-
TENT REVIVALSponsored Mrs. V. S. St. John and daughter
:; 'FIII -' the ATC are Instrumental In the sonville Fla, '
!p I Alice, and granddaughter; .
}' ox Writ[ to Uy .-.- -.-.- ,-,--- ,..... .-.. _._ _._---- Sharon Cluffv returned this carries no obligation,1 we are dedicated
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J. L. OLIVER to serve wisely faithfully fairly,
week from Darien Conn., where

::1J" .., PERSONNEL MANAGER Beginning Carolyn Callstreet they were guests of Mrs. St. and with real economy the mortuary
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1 I W1NN & LOVETT SUNDAY' JULY 2, S P. M. < } John's daughter, Mrs. D. H. needs of this county.
also visitors
They were -
..t CO. Each Night 8:00 P.. M. ,
(I, GROCERY In New York City while on *
Located Back of Union Bus ----'
their week
two eastern vacation.
I Drawer B West Bay Station StationEV"RYBODY Capitol ,
(Quite an exciting time at the being employed In the
\ Jacksonville. Flan : WELCOME Junior Woman's Club benefit City . Relays the glad news l\ ('IlUt IT ('OI'IIT.- HMtDPOHII
I 1 last week and small : that Cot %TY, Fi.olul.tI I'M CII'\-
fit I bridge she had a cablegram from <'K.HV.PIiicu : Funeral DirectorAMBULANCE

41 .-- - - ,. II' wonder since the gals gave awaya Charles last week the first word Karon Plaintiff v.., Minnie
I It Zupen Baron, Defendant Case No. SERVICE
4 fabulous pair of nebulous nylonsl since he shipped overseas a month 3208, '

t 9 Thelma Lewis) Wall the ago . Seems he's a Sgt. now ORDER OF PUBLICATION AND

fortunate holder of No.,250, which . Tall gunner on a B-17 . STATE NOTICB OF FLORIDA TO APPEAR to: Minnie Phone 7i

Includes the all-Important "5" she Looks like Frances. Colley'almost Sou pen Baron whore. residence la

.. claims Is her lucky number . spent all summer Jeapln' from 1181)You How are Avenue.required! Bronx to, appear New York.on I STARKE FLORIDA

g r tI The Club .netted about $40 from mountain to mountain up there July 2Mb! 1944 In the above named

I 1'rt the: event, which will be used for around Flat Rock Ala., where seeks Court divorce and cause Bradford, wherein Count plaintiff W

the city park beautification pro- she visited her uncle'n'aunt the Telegraph; shall pu-b'h';; this OrderIn : "

ject. . Glimpsed Fran Opperman C. L. Houaers Finally arrived Witness next four my weekly hand and|h.8U.official..H. Meal

winning a "first" for high score, home Friday. at 1944.OFFICIAL Starke. Florida, this June 24th, THE FOLLOWING MERCHANTSWILL

at the same time extolling the ( SEAL.) A. J. Thomas
t ''I virtues of her wire-haired Suz;is An Clerk of Raid. Court.
Dceldwllymall world. isn't It? Walter C. Hardexty Daytona Beach, CLOSE ALL DAY
,' son Terry who seems to be stealIng . Fancy Alice St. John meet- Fla. Atty for 1'lf. 6-30 4t 7-21

''1 the (dog) show from his illustrious ing Tim Jordan In the Penn Bar,

mother . Now thatTerry's IN nun'IT ('ol'II'r. nni Fom01
'deep In the heart of Noo Yawk
TRY OUR <- ">"'\. FI.UHIIlAl IN .'.llfKUV. ,\\- Tuesday 4th
.5 on the job, the Opper- City And on top of that July
: for that Odfnrd W. Ballard. Plaintiff vs.Louise . ,
man'a have no more use
seems Mrs V. S. St. John tan Into I Morris, aloo known HH Lou.
tottering alarm clock fortun- Leila Mundy later the same day lee I. MorrlH Eullaid.. Defendant.

Prescription Department ately . In the midst of the metropolis! I Case ORDER No 3106.OF PUBLICATION:< AND WILL REMAIN OPEN

. How these Callstreeters do NOTICE TO APPEAR
? Pout Office Km: ploy .
; get around! Alice tells how
I aim known an Louise MorI I

,. Prompt, Courteous Service who kick calls out at the of the General colored( Delivery girl one It took block her down half an 5th. hour Ave. ,to duringa walk Stockton rlH You Ballard are California required whose. residence to appear I on A I All Day Wed., July FifthGUY'S

b window and asks for mail for Mrs. Fifth War Loan Jamboree . July 3let, 1944. In the above named '
and So . Court and ., wherein plaintiff
:Master Sergeant So cause
btj. Sounds like Call St., on Saturday seeks. divorce. Bradford County
j.: FOUR Hear Martha and Mullet Smith are night doesn't it? Telegraph shall. publish thin OrderIn

the proud owners of what Is reputed next four weekly issues.Witness .

;3'' : REGISTERED. to be the fastest little boat Hoard a piano perfectionist doing neat at Starke my Florida hand and this official June MARKET A&PGREEN'S

In Fla. . If you don't believe 28th 1944.
a bit of "practicing" on the A. J. Thomas,
DRUGGISTS t's speedy, ask Dot an' Bill Ep Y. W. grand Tuesday . Turnedout As Clerk of Haiti Court TIP TOP STORE
person! . Can't help but envy
to be quite somebody indeed A Knight Starke, Florida
L. H. Harper these warmish days Attya. for Plf. 6-30 4t 7-21
. Bandboy Lionel Meth now a
', Seems he'.. transferring to a
Koch StoreCLEARANCE cooler climate . His new address Blanding Pfc., whose father Joe iv (.trl'l'r coi'IIT. mi %II'OUD
Drug Howard is composer of that all- ('OI"T'I.culln" IV ('II tv-' S. R. JOHNS
L is Cpl. L. H. Harper, Sta- ('. "\'.
yUm v, time favorite tune "I Wonder
tion 3, Dow Field, Bangor Maine Walter F. nitifrlnnkl Plaintiff. "".
Who's Now" and Is Anna \
Kissing Her DIuglnHkl, Defendant. Cane
., ',,1 '" II . Glimpsed Bobby Biggs pilotIng No 3207
Starke Dry Cleaners truck at present emceeing the Gay ORDER OF PI'TILICATIOX: AND
a ties Review, on your radio; Nine-I NOTICE TO APPEAR
of late . STATR OF FLORIDA to: Anna
to 8:30 . Lionel
coast- at : Plusrlni-kl. whose residence.' IH J 120
member of that crack aggregation Central Ave., Pont. Office, New Hyde
Bon<< Steriiberjj Lt.-Col. with the Park Long Island New York
the 182 AGF Band . Incidentally .r
Ton are required to
First Division wrote his appear on
.. those who drop In at Julv 3t"t,, 1014. In the above named -
doling wife. Elate, o n Invasion Court and entice, wherein plaintiff _. -
the Y this week will see Red -
seeks divorce Bradford County
saying: "You pray harder and "
I eve white an' blue Really scrump- Telegraph shall publish. thin. Order '
I'll duck faster!" . Which Is r
tious decorations done in
d" anticipation
summing It up very well I'd say of all June Weeks! . Hear Mel-
: 1C of a big 4th of July weekend -
. Seems that some inquisitivelittle verna Thornton, attractive''' State
. Hear they're serving lots
lassie was quite concernedabout has
Farmite been selected "Laun-
of water melonJUSt to
on allSUMMER the black suit and straight; carry dry Queen" In Camp Blanding'sWar
out the color scheme I
collar worn by the new Episcopal ., suppose Bond Make A Special
Queen contest . .
I minister drover Alison . . .....___.. _I __u_.__ .,,_.
: +1 jLsucau i iiitraii, ui course, that raei-
Wanted to know Just what kind Effort
Spotted Mn' Jotted: Charles Len- verna any superior; powers at t
of uniform he had on . SaidIt
washing clothes but simply that
HATS non and Julian Grlffls two nautical
didn't look like anything Uncle : the laundry employees selectedher
Navy lads home on leave .
Sam gives his boys . Clarice ,: First time Juliana been in these as their girl "most likely to BUY BONDSto

TKomaa writes that FSCW summer I succeed" .Major T. K. McClane
her parts for several years . :Mary
school Is really giving Bradford
seen In Jenk's (Jax) popular pre-war County
about . i '
and something to wo.'ry farm agent now has a San Fran- celebrate
tother night sends greetings to
t Guess It must be the heat rather ";
1 mailing address which
,. tell her C-Street friends . Was recently -
for hear
' studies,
than the he's
means probably steaming over -

DRESSES '/' Tally the summer really time gets .steamed. up In . Now a druggist works In at Jax Carpenter's. . A- the briny deep . JULY 4thso

I" mong those Gold Head Branching
Well<< KUrns that about winds up
Note tit In week from Lorraine Sunday: Robert Barkadale Carolyn the little black book for this time
that have
an' Pee Wee Green. Mary an' we may
(Smith) Priest now residing at , So long . See you In the
503 Ave., Tallahassee, Ellen Mersereau, Helen Glasgow
Inglealde next. , Independence Day
and scads of others . This hot

.. weather really makes 'em hie to -CAROLYN EVERY
d.1 > Day

ALL PERSONS the water holes-_., . d

WHO HAVE NOT YETCALLED Hear 'twas wedding bells for d
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Ensign Emmett Ferryman and fi- STROUT USTAIU' BRADFORDHardware

FOIl THEIR WATCHES ancee June Fowler In Atlanta Greatest advertiser of rnmatrr .

Wednesday . Thrilled to hear property. HH. made over
12. Bale CompanyJ.
of home.'srme
riease Write To: the news, but not a bit surprised Art-race. Barer from all over the

rfirk ;] Box 105 . Somehow there was just nev- World. Free open usher B. CARLISLE Ownerr
!6 Neon After June 30 er anybody else since the day
Emmett met June (in his old Em- Represented
J. H. Courtmanch ory days June made every Locally by I

June Week at Annapolis duringEmmett's
three years there an, 116 S. Walnut St.

of course, this la their June Week ,.

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BITS of LO CAL NEWSMiss Friends of Mia J. L. Thorn I-Sunday where they will visit their ,

will be glad to learn that she has mother Jim. W T, Jackson and Dick Tracy
returned to her home from theRtveislde sister Mrs.i D C Forehand MrnCmpenter I
was In :Mary Carter
snyder returned to ByChester I
Hospital In Jacksonville
wine will
!iCe her home in Columbia, S. C Mon- go on to Atlanta : Gould I
kaenulk, Tuesday. ... and Is gradually Improving to intend a Gift. and Art show bf-
a three
weeks' visit .
M J. SolarI were with her aunt, Mra. L S. Hutto. I : Ing held there next week

,t lor11 anti :'II SIIV.M:' Spilngs. Sun- I II I NO SEll II L 'f) :l Miss Garnlla and CaiolvnHutto. Mrs. J, r>, Cottrell of ewburK 'I

Kasper Duncan went Wednesday -, Mis Shellie Hall) and; I
and her niece, Miss ,

n5 r)1, white Is spending a which to Is rear Dixie Wiley Camp, Ga.for He Boys will, I L M .MJ $. . 'y.Ly>> l l j I daughter Carter and Sharon Mr. twin Miss Williamswere Mary lor, left Tuesday N. C.Virginia, where afternoon Frwell :they- r ''jf I

herle' ,
'111 Rain ale, Md, with spend the next two months there. ...,acwey. .m recent visitors at Silver I will spend the summer f
Lewls- Springs. i
'nd. )!tins :L- II
Mrs. Paul Miller spent three
B. Mundy Jr.. reed days last week visiting her bro- ; ,- Miss Madge Brownlee, accompanied Miss Frances Peek spent luni !
111 w Ihlll week from a ther, Pvt. James R. Haisten at JJ by her Aunt. Mrs J. E week-end" with Miss Irene Matthews !
.'ady : : of Gainesville." Miss Matthews
Flitch will return to Starke /
In New York City. Camp Croft, Spartanburg, S. C. 'I
!;.vr ,i Miss Mary Brownlee, daughter of Starke Coca-Cul.i Bottling Co.
and Mrs. Miss : i
Glasgow Dorothy Gray spent last .
VI II. Harold I ,. S. Mrs H L. Brownlee in St Louis
In .
-el't'au spent Monday weekend at the home of her mother ,,.
A Mer Mo. Cpl. and Mis Charles Burton
business. Mrs Herbert Gray In Gainesville ?
on GO
JISOnvlUe pent last week with Mi Burton'sfather
Pfc James O. Sewell. who has J. B. Rowe. They returned -

Leslie Biggs and daughter been here visiting his parents, Mran.l to their horn In Went Virginia
Pauline Howell t>f Lake :Miss: Pat Lambe will )leave Sun- !
: 1ft Mrs" W B. Sewell,
yrs!! yesterday -
the latter pint of the week
with rela- .
week to
will spend a day spend a week's vacationat for a return trip to Attur- attretJ".a
'i Baton Daytona Beach. She will be Ijr .
a in Boca) r. bury Ind. where he Is stationed
accompanied by Mrs. Irene Drake. :Mrs Shellie Hall, Mrs H C ,

F H Long has had as her Thomas G. Ritch, who Is in the Dnwklrw, MIMI Carolyn Hutto and JUNE 12th "::1I

Ire sl tbls week her little grand- Mr and Mrs. John Getty of Naval Reserve and his frlt"I'1" I i Miss Mary Carter spent Friday In 1UlY Stn I I

ghter Connie Carroll, of Jack- Clarkson, Wash, are now visiting I Lier it it's Lewis Selder, who Is In the Army Jacksonville UN guests o f Mrs. .. r

their son-in-law and daughter, arrived here yesterday to spend<< ,
\iJ1e T'.llman: Hutto and Mm MablpDenmaik.
Maj. and Mrs. H. L. Melcher of ten (days with Mr Rltch's mother, !f
will :I r .
,.. James Blackshear Starke. 's r Mrs. Carrie Rltch. Early In July ..
week-end with her sisMl R ...11
nd next they will return to Emory

. *! Bee Cady in Jackson- Mrs. J. W. White has returned ; .u. In Atlanta to University WE CAN USE MORE PULPWOOD a!

e. home after spending several week + a their medical course.
in Tallahassee with her WHITE T1MHKII DEPARTMENT S
Mrs. E. J. Dowling' son and
Mr. and Mrs. William Dow- daughter-in-law Mr. and Mi)'s. : Mrs. Myillce Carpenter mull
busi Mis T. T. Long and! sons, Dave >
Jacksonville on FERNANDINA FLA.
were In George C. White ,
and Tom, will go to Albany, Ga. | !
last FrIday. Eggplant Will Keep Your Points Down!

Pfc. William N. (Billy) Long, i I (See Recipes Below) ,::0-,,_,__,____.__,__,---- -.. .-...--..--..-------.--.--.--..--..-.--..
lr. and] Mrs. A. B. Baker and who has been here visiting his I

of Jacksonville spent several mother, Mrs. F. H. Long, has returned Harvest FoodsI

',h J, B Rowe. Mo. SERVICE
her. Stuffed Eggplant
I Late summer is the truck garden-
I I er's paradise and this lummer we Head Lettuce''Salad with French
ra M. F. Brown and children, Mrs. C. C. Mendoza and son. might well say Dressing

,tia, Jr.. and Florence, reed Cliff, of Pittsburg, Kansas arrived the Victory gar- i Caramel Cinnamon Muffins
home Tuesday from Tampa; ,- dener's paradise, Sugared Peaches Beverage RECAPPING AND VULCANIZING .
here and
Mrs. Brown'sh Wednesday are guestsof I
ere they vislled for there are Recipe: Givena J
' Mrs J. J. Fitzgerald, and Mrs. Mendoza's parents, Mr. many gay and attractive -
,. ____ ,
and Mrs. T. J. Griffin.
Mrs. J. W. McNeer. foods ripening I 61 II " "
\\a, .54
platter witli corn on the cob and
- ----- now which fresh sliced! tomatoes
may make a tru- 24 Hour Service On
ly appetizing ap- English Baked Squash 'i;
(Serves 6))
BUILDING MATERIALSUnrationed pearance on your table. For example
the season's choicest tomatoes ,,1 quart peeled, thinly sliced I" t
In their fullest, ripest red make Hubbard squash
and Available Now merry at the table now. 54 teaspoon salt All Work Guaranteed '

I There's also golden-eared, tender 4 tablespoons sugar .
Roofing Concrete Blocks beat when Vt cup rich cream
S I sweet corn at Its picked ," ,. ,
Sheetrock a CementS not more than half an hour before 1 teaspoon cinnamon
0 Insulation Boards Massonary Cement ,I eating And one of the most dra Place squash in well"greased bakIng IF YOU LIVE OUT OF TOWN AND HAVE' .,
A made vegetables to do justice to dish. Sprinkle with salt and
0 Rockwool i Crushed Stone fall dinners is the eggplant-smooth, sugar. Add cream and sprinkle with TWO OR MORE TIRES, WRITE FOR AN

0 Windows 0 Gravel j. deep purple and shiny in appear cinnamon. Bake covered in a slow
ance. 323-degree) oven for about 50 mln APPOINTMENT
0 Doors Sand
I Most of you are undoubtedly familiar utes.Another ... ... .
Glass Cut to OrderWe .r' ' r .r" " '11" ," ''''' ,
0 Screen Doors Q with eggplant served sliced vegetable comes In for
honors-and very different but del
and fried-and there's no doubt it's
have Cabinet and Woodworking Shop, see us I good that way. But for a change, clous is this dish, tool {
/ All Sizes Tires & Tubes Vulcanized)
for your needs. try it baked with a savory stuffing Sour Cream Cabbage ,r .
>. and make it a main dish feature of (Serves S to 6))

your dinner. The total cooking time 1 head of cabbage i' 1
ANNISBuilding Best Grades of Materials Used' ,1
i for preparing it in this new way :2 tablespoons butter
/j is only 35 minutes-10 minutes for 1 clove garlic
I boiling the eggplant in rapidly boiling -
Supplies water and then 25 minutes bakIng 1 tablespoon vinegar' .

in a moderate oven. 1 tablespoon sugar' .:._ .__-,..... -.-.-,-.-.-._.---. --.-.- .- ...-----o
Staffed Eggplant. 1 teaspoon salt -
FHA Financing for Repairs (Serves 6 to 8)) 1 egg .
Depot & Pleasant Streets Phone 1325 t
1 eggplant Shred the head of cabbage inedi I
Gainesville, Fla. 1 CUP) bread crouton. um flne. (Heat the butter In skillet 1
4 strips bacon, cut in square. and cook in It slowly the clIMe 01
1 tablespoon onion, minced garlic, minced fine. Add cabbage
------- -.- _...:._-----, --- 1 teaspoon salt and V4 cup water. Cover tightly ARE YOUR POCKETS

54 teaspoon pepper Bring to a quick steam, reduce heat ,
: 1 eggCook and cook for 10 more minutes Just

Sly Rotarian paN get!: aMB whole eggplant In boiling before removing from range, add
y kick kidding me about eating! water for 10 minutes. Cut lengthwise sour cream sauce made by mixing

% % ham whenever It'. served at the f 1 slice from I together the sour cream vinegar, STRIPPED' FOR ACTION ? I T
i nClub.. Well, the way I look at l top of eggplant. sugar, salt and egg beaten light
". // It-In theMe days of meat ra- I| Remove pulp witha Pour over cabbage and bring to s
iCtioning can I afford to bechatsty1' spoon, leaving quick boll Serve at once. / tT
The Howell) Nas- i'a' substantial Here: a spaghetti dish that has a 0 I "
way t shell. Chop pulp. I fall tang to it, and is excellent
It In that the ancient ,
worthy I
Add croutons. Fry served with fried eggplant and aprl
Hebrews put the taboo on t i bacon. Brown onion cot upside-down cake: ,arJ ..
pork, not because they didn'tlike !; in bacon fat. Sausages and Spaghetti Sl
of the warc- u 4b
It, but because ,, Add to eggplantI (Serves 6))
Ity of electric refrigerator In I I pulp. Add the egg and season withi 8 link sausages

those day*. I i salt and pepper. Fill eggplant shell 1 small onion sliced
i with the mixture and top with the 1 green pepper chopped \
I I following: 1J4 teaspoons salt IJIt.Y

MEN'S BATHING SHORTS Corn Flake Crumb Topping.' 'A teaspoon pepper
I' 2 cups corn flakes 2 tablespoons Hour
1 egg yolkteaspoon 24! cups tomatoes '(

Manhattan & Catalina! 34 dry mustard 14! cup spaghetti, cooked
1 teaspoon lemon Juice Cut sausages in inch lengths; try
I % teaspoon salt until golden brown. Add onion and

$2.50MILITARY : Paprika green pepper end
Butter brown lightly t '" rt. rl

Roll corn flakes to fine crumbs, Add seasonings of' l
combine with egg yolk, mustard and flour and S1
lemon juice and salt. Cover Bluffed blend. Add tomatoes : 5
eggplant with crumb mixture dot and spagbetti. .
TIES"Wembley" 8m .--- :::c'S 4
with butter and sprinkle with pap Bake In a 5 _._ t f
rika. Bake In a moderate oven (350 greased baking yai
By Won't Wrinkle degrees) for 25 minutes Serve on dish in moderate
They .
(330-degree( : ) oven 30 minutes.

Caramel Cinnamon Mufflas.
(Make. his dOleD 2-lncb mans) SI
$1.00 Lynn Says: '
2 cup. sifted flour I .5
Color In Your Meals: Do you 2 teaspoons baking powder I
realize that your eyes eat that 1 teaspoon cinnamon H
food before you actually eat it 1 teaspoon salt \ .

:yourself If food looks dull and I egg Thl le I It. earning person in the country! We're

JUST ARRIVED unattracUve and the food, ,your if eaten appetite is consumed lags- 2 tablespoons light corn syrup The zero hour all over the world. The going to have to doable what we did

without much relish. 1 or honey milk big push we've waited for to long last time!
150 PAIRS INFANT SHOESSizes The eye wants contrast Pick 2 tablespoons melted shorteningSift This i is the time for belts to be worn Just to show you the seriousness of "

foods that go well together. You together flour, baking powder, tighter. For pockets to be scraped. For this drive, our Government says-It's

2 4 Not Rationed can serve several green vegetables cinnamon and salt Beat egg, add every last American to wring more dollars probably the blggst effort we'll ever
to for one meal, but not several syrup milk and shortening. Blend out of himself than he thought he b. called upon to make lDon't a.
aU-white vegetables or all- and add to flour mixture
could spare! fail the boys who've got A
until flour is moistened
red.Combine Stir only The U. S. needs the dirtiest bloodiest fighting still '
meat and vegetableson Bake In a moderately hot oven (421 Treasury ,
We A Line Of one platter to get a design and degrees) 20 minutes Prepare muffin $16,000,000,000 right now! a ahead of 'em.
Carry Big save plates besides! Use garnishes pans as follows for these muffins $6,000,000,000 from individuals Buy Bonds as if the battle

with care and give theman : Into each muffin cup, put W alone. That's more than depended on YOU FOR IT r
S"'WAR ltN
opportunity to bring out the butter or margarine and '- -
GIFTS for INFANTSAND teaspoon in cash from DOES '
most In your foods. 1 teaspoon corn syrup. Fill will $100 every wage- ur f"
Sprinkle beets with a little lem- batter % of an inch lulL

OTHER ACCESSORIES on juice to make them a more
intense red. Cook green vegeta- Art you himng a time 'lI"khin "

-- -- ... ....,- mt -, i an i bles only until done to assure. themof /mean or practical? //I'ril"o help/Mat at Wtttrrn Lynn Chamber Arwipotr 8ffleofrcAVBUYMORETIMNBEFORE.EASTERN ;

being crisp green.A Union 210 South Detplatnei Street, '.
dash of lemon juice on apples ChKaoIU. Don't /oriel go enclose.stamped a ,.# -
Steriiberg's pears or other fresh fruit will lelJ-atMreaeJ tnielop" lot AUTO SUPPLY ,
Prevent) it from darkening. your rtpiy.B .
.l..Md by Western Newspaper. Union... V. S. St. John, OwnerW



Friday, dam,
,1 'well. Mrs. Daisy Lang says in 10 gel one In NovemSeI 1

I I'her letter It has been extremelyhot be seeing all of y< ",. aaC! 1
Eddie Cantor's"Show I there and she has been get been Invited .b h
to ,
Business" FIND tired. I sjnt Daisy visit Hu*
WHAT TO j my ting last pretty bag of civilian clothes other places. I irn ,,'. L,

Coming to Park and I hope she receives them', forget me.

Pvt. Lura Bur ,
Sparkling with originality and soon any
gay with old-time song; hits and DIRECTORY Colea Padgett our primary\ Co. 4, 20-' Reg
p SAVE TIME CONSULT THIS writes that they have Fort
t scenes from musical comedies of out to make his debut as an actor --- teacher cafeteria. She says Ogleiho g .aTO .
Its period, Eddie Cantor's "Show Their professional ups and started the miss'I
Business" cornea to the Park downs their teaming with two BLANDIXG SHOPPINGAND the children are going
Theater Sunday, Monday and girls In a quartette act that leads me. Irvin Padgett CHECK '
;lyt Tuesday, to prove Itself as one of them to fame, and the complications RECREATIONAL CENTER and there will be .a lot more RIIN
u the season's most entertaining of their respective romances changes by autumn.I \. 7OA
tunefllma. comprise the human story- have received many letters
Eddie Cantor, George Murphy, plot. Played against the colorful' Mrs. George Roberts, Sunday. from Clay Hill stating they miss tote b
Joan Davis, Nancy Kelly and Con- background of vaudeville and Jacks and Jills Starke Amusements I Last Friday night Miss Colleen me and wish me to visit them i

stAnce Moore are starred In the Broadway musical comedy of the I Hear Minister Bowl-a-Bar Durance had a birthday when on furlough. I am hoping Liquid for Malarial SYe"
j offering which is the story of period, the story provides an unusually party at her home. sue: received -
a group of show folk over a fifteen : Interesting and reallnltc Speak On JavaThe FOOD many pretty and useful

year period. Cantor producedthe piece of film fare. Diner gifts. About 15 enjoyed the
film and wove Into It many Various glimpses of Zlegfeld's Rev. C. M. Worthington,, Camp evening.J .
authentic Incidents of his own "Whoopee" routines are interspersed pastor of the Lawtey Methodist Snack Bar E. Warren and son Marvin PHOTOGRAPHS T oj

career and those of the othertprincipals. with such nostalgic numbers -I Church, and a returned missionary GIFTSGislain's were shopping in Jackson

This method lends authenticity as "Dinah" and "It Had to from Java, gave an illuminating ville, Monday. t C. Smith Gardner
to the whole produc- Be You" and other famous old Mrs. Mable McCullough and
talk on Java at the regular
tion. tunes In delightful fashion. Under children of New River were visiting .c f
of L. Ma- meeting of the O. I. Jacks Wonder Gift Shop Mrs. Joe Forsyth //11 Established 1900.
Murphy plays the role of a successful the direction Edwin Mr. and
burlesque star who lakes ria the action flows along steadily and Jills at the Club Temple and Bradford Photo Shop several days last week of New York and Miami:

the frightened young Cantor under and the principals, living Washington streets on Thursday,
his when the latter seta real-life scenes of their HILLBy 4 THREE
j, i wing practically June 22. CLAY ONE 8x10 $2 8x10 $$5

'\\Y1.1 ..;! Mr. Worthington was teacher I*\'t. Lura Burgess Six 3x4 $3 -Twelve 3\t $$3

.J \ and missionary of the Methodist Ben Suslow's Army StoreGislain's The days are hot, with- golden
''j., Church In Java from 19101917. sunshine. The cattle switch flies STUDIO IN BLANDING CENTER
(:{'i Preceding the address! a delicious and rest in the shade. The cafe- BUS STATION, STARKE, FLA.

,,.,. meal was served by a com- Shafkin'sPHOTOGRAPHY teria Is being built at Clay Hllll
,! mittee consisting of Mrs. Paul School. Mr. Nash Is attending
Prlckett and Mrs. J. L. Sugar. Florida. He i,'
j jI the University of ;dil.
I\\ Thursday of this week the Bradford Photo ShopC. Is the principal of the school ,'LL' When You Think Of j jBREAKFAST

I'J" group gathered at the USO Club Smith GardnerTHEATRES again next year. Clara Mae Eun- 'U
and went to the home of Mr. and ice Is also at the University. Fred !
\ Mrs. L. F. Smith for an outdoor Is working at the Air Base.
Sunday Monday Tuesday--July 2 3 4U1CAL Lang
In charge
'' picnic. The committee The little grandson Buddy Par- m r Drys.
;, .1 was Mrs. Charles Pride, Mrs. I. Florida rish Is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Fred THINK OF

; >'1 F. Staller, and Mrs. E. Strauss. Park Lang. Mrs. Arthur Wilkinson Is
% ( CA4VALC AIDE The club extends Invitations to Ritz back from the hospital and doing 1 One fresh Country egg and 1011''
to attend :" served with plenty of pure I bu''
all soldier married couples well. The crops have been good. j1
held TAVERNSBlanding ,I ter and a generous cup of a
:(1'1 the meetings, which are All are well and happy at Clay delicious) Silex-made coffee
Reserva- Center
every Thursday night. ! __
made either at the Hill.Have u444b
( rI tions can Bob's Tavern
f a letter from Hazel Two strictly fresh egg and bti:

r., d ... club or by calling Starke 59. Mosely and she says that her I'I'i i ? Ii"I, 2 tered toast served with a lug
\ I t' brother Earl has a store at the cup of excellent coffee - 30
c 1\.i'M own careers, turn In notable per- LAWTEYBy cross roads.; They are the children -
formances. EVELYNVARKEX: of Brooksle Mosely.A 3 Bacon and eggs, any style wit
b From any angle, "Show Bustness" Williamson "I, r, e..' buttered toast and the\ bigg!.'
IIAPTIST CHURCH letter from Virginia and best cup of coffee i iqI fcj
fwdnotingt kl1U --' ' + da is a highly worth-while picture and she does not know '- .. town ... _
audience will Sunday School 10.00: A. M. qI ------------- -- 40
I ; who MAD!Braudwayi 'ea y t and one every Preaching I am in the Army I had her
Shot twirl oufltn ands! w'r enjoy. the of Mary In our ;'
t Service 11:00: A. r.I.B.Y.P.I play 1'I\iii \
S ha edw'i ;"ae the a She la that type.Another Rolls
o. 1 t V at 7:30: P. M. and PreachingService Xmas play. Fruit Juices lOc DC
r.. ing,OaaW clown and I letter from my
5 h M.
iom : at 8:30: P. Ir
.nn'encethdrweyc em i Tuesday night at 8:30 o'clock, good friend, Mrs. Pete Brinson.

b Bradford Prayer Band.Wednesday. The children and she have had = The SNACK BAR
1 ; night at 8:30: o'- measles and )Ir. and Mrs. T. A. .
Brlnson have both been 111.
clock, Prayer Meeting. Mrs. Hunter at DAVIS HOTEL nUG.;
A letter from
Friday night at 8:00 o'clock,
Photo ."."holr Fractlce51ETHOIIIST I Camp No. 1 saying they are all

i41 Sunday School rlllUCII 10:00: A. M.,, 1

$ ShopSTARKE MornlK/ Worship at 11:00: A. M. .
League at 7:30: P. M. and Ev-

enlg Worship at 8:30 P. Iti.Everyone r ___Ic .
FLA. Is cordially invitedto -= .
"--' : -- -
_. PJ ir.'s -- 3
attend then services. = .. ..... -
Next to Western UnionDeveloping 1-
I'' SlaT ing dsa I :Mrs. Agnes Sapp and children -
of Lake Butler were visiting
ECANTORg I Mrs. Sapp'a' mother, Mrs. J. B.
g,; J GEORGE L.V JOAN t McDonald several days last SHAFKIN'STHE

t Printing :Mrs. Fred Moore and children, ..
!V Misses Lou and Ada Edwards
', .t M, KELLY]MOORE and Mrs. Harry Highsmith were STORE

i visiting at Kingsley Lake last
J i, 'JaithDNtDoucus 1d Enlarging
Thursday evening.
H' I MrKftrf by 1 ..h.Amd try wide Cantar +. %-, , Mrs. Joe Harrel, Jr., of Jacksonville ALL SOLDIERS KNOW
th ew. rrrr..Mwf. ;eN NNey{ ? 12 Hour Service was visiting her mother -
Mrs. J. B. McDonald, sever-

1 al Mr.days and last Mrs.week.Owen. Anders
Ah, and Mr.. and Mrs. James Andersall
i of Jacksonville were week-end

,guest of )(1'. and Mrs. Johnny
For Portrait Work Uniform
Redgrave. Jewelry Gifts
PLUS LATEST WAR NEWS Mr. and Mrs. Joe Shuford of

&y x Jacksonville spent last week-
with Mr. and Mrs. John
n(d{' 'a end -

M flj? Shuford.Sgt; and Mrs. Spencer of

7I Camp Blinding and Jimmy
I -, Shuluck of Lee Field were din- i
ner guests of Mr. and Mrs. I. *F

J. Terry, Sunday.
Billy Burney has returned
from Jacksonville where he has
been spending some time with
his parents. Mr. and Ml's. E. :NOW OPEN '

''YITII E. Burney. Sr.
Mrs. Lloyd Durance and

daughter, Colleen, left Saturday
IC..ECOLD morning for Georgia where they
will visit relatives several weeks.
Bobby Plummer, formerly of C
is; Lawtey, has Joined the Navy e N-E-W

and Is now In Boot TrainingIn

Williamsburg, Virginia.
a The Choir members of the
i Methodist Church were enter-
tained by Miss Marguerite BO.WLA- BAR

Wainwright at her home Thursday -
night. Different games
wer played and enjoyed by all.
Mrs. I. L. Wainwright assisted
by Mrs. Jake Shuford served
delicious cake and punch. Those LUNCHEONETI
'd. enjoying the and evening Owendolyn were Misses Shu--
ALWAYS' LOTS OF IT ON ICE ford, Vera Moaley,, Eater Shu-
4 ford. Alone Starling. Eunice OPEN 8 A. M. TO 12 P. M.

Lou Edwards, Ernes r
"'4 I tine Moore, George Roberts, Jr., .,J "
J1"B Jr.George, Phillip Shuford Shuford.Paul Henry Dinkins Ben, PLENTY OF ICE

nett, Kenneth Thompson, Billy

i Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Silcox

were dinner guests of Mr. and CARRY-OUT SERVICE FOR EVERYTHING

- -- IFR:
t -- - r'"
I 'IfSI;
(fld! l\u.'l'\g

Bob Jones, Mgr. BUY MORE 2:00 P. M. i I. t CARL
; 2' ROTH
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hull tllvor.publish.' Bradford. t thin Oi.l.'i(County,in tviejrrnph next, tow 11tHI(UKFIC'IAI., SEAL: A J Thomas '
XVtH'kU |H41I('4Wltin I AM ("li',rk of MHhi. Court 1'1
-HERE TO FIND IT 'HH niv' hand and.. ufi.htl! .i nl.lit T Frank Ldimtruni, Stinkr FtoriJn -
I 1 HiurkiKluiiilii" 1 this\ .JuniTth I I. Altfor I'lfB4t830

----- -----

shlrted garb for the more pa- Manning and It's coming to the I GIFTS

jvant Problemis triotic olive drab? Even so be Florida Theatre midnight Saturday JOUR SER VICE MEN

of Comedy of good cheer. The'll , Sunday and Monday. And I Mrvolril lo u..... unradrur.I f Interrnt ..........1.. 0
be -though you'll never believe It 4'...'F h.;,a saw Kmlnir I itrlIrlrnd For the Folks back Home
In .
glad to hear.
hardly .
Theatre ._. ..,. ..
I' .nd I
are Brunt t
[Florida serious-yet. It can grow a lot If you've been struggling thrua I ............. by hrhaINfrom 'I In nrw and Irlrrrfrum ?p.
the h.1. ........ ,.... JUST ARRIVEDMotherDaughter
array 1.
,.,"ok -oo. joined the worse. To prove It, Warner year or more of unremitting .. ...
mm ar nl 4 "" >led to trltr ti tfcenrul
)yowl ranks of the Pa- Bros, have made a picture on laundry, bad cooking and atlH I Trlrarmph. rrpowllm. * mid ....h I..... 4D ; ( : Purses &

rowtnJ >- In their march that very subject. It's "Make more laundry-the film is very wf latrmt. I II I From the IlahamnsUhumlKi
of tomestlC' ? Has Your Own Bed" starring: Jack definitely comedy. ;
plant ;
wal Colorful
e his stiff- Carson Jane Wyman and Irene Jack Carson, In his first comic I .
butler renounced Pfc Theodore J. Goodge has recently Robert Edwards, son of Mr. and bracelets & Necklaces ;Mexican Fans
starring part plays Curtis,
Jerry I received! the recognition of : Mrs. L. R. Edwards, and Robert n
a would-be detective with more his Commanding Officer! for his Lappe, son of Mr. and Mrs' II.I I Orange: Blossom :-: Colorful G '
This Store Is Strictly energy than Intelligence whose I outstanding work and efforts In I W. Lappe. have enlisted In the PKRFUME. : 4> .IIKAD: SCARFS
search for the crime I
keeping supplies moving up to : Merchant Marines this week and
+//r ends literally In the soup. Jane the airfields "Somewhere in Kng- will soon report to Jacksonville, Decorative Souvenir
Gr / Wyman Is Susan, his longsuffering land" : T-O-M: TOMSChildren's .
from which our fighters where they will be assigned to a
sweetheart while Irene
and bombers are smashing( the training center.IIOIF. .
Manning is seen in one of the Gift and Toys
Axis. He U one of the many
in anticipating your needs surprise roles of the season- r
drivers who must deliver the : ON 1"I'Ri.Ot'GllTSgt.
that of a dizzy dame with not i goods over the rough. Improvisedroads Lnrlng Harwich and Pfc.
w II P' a song In her repertoire and nota : .
a to those airfields to "keep James Barwick are now visiting,
Full Line Military Supplies thought In her head.Ily"l..ry 'em! flying". their parents Mr. and Mrs, VVII. t)

I II , ThrillerIf Barwick of Hampton T-Sgt
u you are partial to a mysteryin KXrKKT: INFAXTKYM.VN: Barwick has Just returned from
Souvenirs Watches film fare then "Gaslight" SSgt., James H. McCarthy of overseas duty In the Mediterranean Next to Koch's Drug Store rw

Jewelry Gifts showing next Tuesday. Wednesday the 81st "Wildcat" Infantry Di- and European theaters of
: and Thursday at the FloridaIs vision wa. recently awarded the War and Is now stationed" lit MI-

rl exactly what the doctor ordered Expert Infantryman Badge as an ami Beach Florida. Pfc. Harwlck ,
\ GUARANTEEDWATCH It is perfect War-time en- outstanding Infantryman In train- Is stationed at Marlannn Advanced 6

tertainment and is made so by ing. Presentation was made by I Training Base In Marlanna,
(' REPAIRING the story and everyone connected Major Gen Paul J. Mueler. commanding Florida JUST for

FAST SERVICED with the production of the general of the division,
film. at a full Division review.KEHAUIUT.VTION RECEIVESVIMiS: ;
Lt Jack Dyer, of Lake Butler FUNVISIT
It relates how a beautiful .
has received
recently his
The young singer, played by Ingrid TRAINING wings
as a pilot and a commission a 'L.5
Stag Bergman marries her accom- Sgt. Benejah! Saunar. of StarkeIs
second lieutenant (In the
panist (Charles Boyer) and then now receiving training on one Army
Air Forces at Ark
moves' Into the London house of the European, Civil Affairs DI- I
Dyer has been furlough STARKE
spending a -
I;Call Street Sf rke where her aunt a famous singerin vision teams attached( to a tactical with his parents Mr and
her day was mysteriously unit of the Supreme Allied
Mrs L. T Dyer of Lake Butler
murdered.The Comand. Men of this unit will '
Mr. Dyer Is County Farm Agent Amusements'
three stars turn in out- aid In the rehabilitation of liber- for Bradford County. '
standing performances under the ated people of Europe followingthe
superb direction of George Cu- Invasion. I ;

JB 'YEk1ti11fMIDNIGHT \! kor. And so does every other I BUY EXTRA TEMPLE AVENUEOne I
member of the hand-picked cast RETURNS TO STATUS:
which Includes such notables as Pvt. Clyde( R. Crawford who I Block I
_ Dame May Whltty and many others returned recently to Port Bragg From USO-NCCS
; SATURDAY N. C., following 24 months overseas i I

service with the air corps In 7Oefn//

SUNDAY l\10NDAY-JULY 2 34.V the European Theater, Is visiting
New Park Trail
relatives near here. i GAMES AND RIDES t :1
To PublicAt i> tint IIP 'UI'I"I', lilt\01111 j
Opened I ('UI "'1''I.U"I 11 1, i> < ii\\- ".
i::n v.Tinlinn.
COMEDY OF ERRORS Gold HeadA DISCHARGED Ilnttn I'loll1l1rr Will-
Robert Green son of Mr. and Ianh.. Iliitto. J'i'feiuliint.. (.'0"8 Nu

Make' Your Own Bed" new loop nature trail extending Mrs. Adam Green has receivedan I :3183.nitnrcu op vrm-ifATioN a
distance of honorable discharge from the AND NOTK'K ')'(0 Al'I'KMl
over a approximately '
HTATM' 0.! FIXtrilOA lu: R'IIIlamllnltn
mile Army because. of a !leg Injury received whose rfHldrni'f In 464 1110...,- I
one was recently -
STARRING in combat in the Pacific lutr Utrret' Charleston Himtli: euro
established at Gold Head l l
area. He expects to begin work hs.You lire required to mirjeur, on PLACESTARKE'S
CK CARSON JANE WYMAN stone Branch Heights.State Park This, near trail Key-sup- at Camp Blandln as a civilianIn .Tulv Court 24lh and 1944.ruiine In, wherein the Hh>"*plaintiff> .mimed. OLD SARGE'S

the near future.Ve are gladto seeks dlvorrej Itrttdford ('ountyTelegrnph
IRENE MANNING plementing some three miles already Khull publish thin. OrderIn
I have him back with UK. next four weekly ,lHHiiiie.WltntHM ORIGINAL
should a
existing prove
las The Servant Problem Got You Down? valuable asset for many biology at Ntarke'Florlda" my hand and, thin nttlciniaenl June

\\t this Riot and Forget Your Troubles groups Boy Scouts and others S. SGT. CIIAS. PRIEST I 17th.(OKKH'IAI 1044 filM) A..1. Thornim, StoreAuthorized
Laugh Interested in nature. FLYING FORTRESS: GUNNER An Clerk of xnM Court.J. Army
AAF Bomber Station M. HnrrlHon/ JnrkHonvllle, Florida -
The loop trail starting by the An Eighth I Atty. for rif. -23-H-1-1f
Into the
England Breaking '
Tues., Wed., Thurs.-July 4, 5, 6 old mill lagoon and has winds some around 35 tree the species old combat line-up of the Eighth IN COUNTY CIRCUIT FLORIDA COURT. ;BRADFORD IN CHAN by the War Department
"D Staff Sergeant CERY '
AAF on
identified 'both by common and i'rli-f .
lvlnn Pulliihnn. Plulntlff
scientific names. A bird bulletinwas Charles M. Priest 24-year-old fly- Francis Callahan Defendant. ve'l Operated by an
Ing fortress gunner, of Starke 14 Cage. No 3103.ORUEK : .
also established along the OF PUBLICATION
all birds' which playing a vital role In the air AND NOTICE TO APPEAR
(ihARLgS g0Y f ERG trail Including of ground operations on STATE OF" FLORIDA to: Francis
t I are found in that area. Wildflowers support ftllnhan hone renldenre. In 619 t
to be seen here are be- the new western front. North Wilton Strei-t Phllndslphla

ing classified later to become apart S-Sgt. Priest, son of Mrs. Myrtle IVmmylvHniH.You are required to appear on July for all t
I and for- 10th, 1941. In the above named Court
of Starke
Priest .
of the museum now and cause. wherein plulnttff. aseka
merly employed as a clerk at the
Attendance at the park hu Florida State Prison received his Military
been steadily Increasing with battle baptism when his fortress which 4 ACTION I RELIEF Supplies't
bomber formation
In a
4I'UpI was
more than 500 persons registeredin

1jgi an to avel'age all recreatlonlsts week. An was Invitation extended -- Coast hammered Just ashore the before French to Allied begin Invasion troops the FOR ACID INDIGESTION Novelties and Jewelry I i!

by Supt. B. H. Griffin to
visit Gold Head Branch, located great campaign to drive Germanyout "

nine miles west of Keystone of the war. Ben Suslow'sArmy "I

_- _._-----_ __-- -------. Heights on Highway 68, and On duty with a veteran com-
only 30 minutes' drive from bat group which has ben cited

Starke. Boating fishing and by the President for gallantry Inaction

camping facilities are also pro- over Nazi Europe. Priest SOC CCarpenter's Store oil

_ vided here. U carrying out assignments -.
tactical targets on the
continent.disrupting Aimed enemy at supplies destroyingand and Drug Store I 209 E. Call St. Starke, Fla. .'!:

reinforcements. His wife Mrs I
Lorraine S. Priest formerly of 7y.

Starke now resides at Tallahassee. BUY BONDS . BUY BONDS . BUY BONDS . BUY


Pvt. George Powell powell.son recently of Mr.- I11 < ( to come la and *r*> c '

and completed Mrs. Charley his basic training at 1MiJJ l nULtEau our new Itt'lectiun... o( :t;

Camp Crowder, Mo., and Is now coo of

WellaveEVERYTHING. on furlough. After his furlough COD "
Is he will be stationed at Camp
Reynolds, Pa. CQCQ Cxci /t Jcwc/"y

Arthur W Swanbom. sort of 1 :J r

4iOur Mrs. W. R. Swanbom of Lawtey Ebony Cameo Pins :

you'll want for f a was chlnUt's promoted Mate from 2c to Aviation A. M. 1\\.[Ma-. lc Banana Brooches '

In April. He has been In the __ Plastic Heart Pin-ons ,-

I I Navy since his November mall c-o Fleet 1911. Post and Sea Shell Novelties p.<
now gets
BIG EVENING Office San Francisco, Calif. COO Attractive Handpainted Heart Pennants COo

Breakfastsare Mother of PearlNECKLACES I"-t Z

1 to crow something about! CQD Jt CO $ ,

Also with matching / :

mum at --- SHORT ORDERS t CQ Bracelet] or ear bobs t '"

served from : Complete Line of Florida COG 1;

BLANDING I 9a.m.to9p.m.Featuring 10' P L U SA SOUVENIR GIFTS O(

I the best of COO the largest stock in Starke COo t



CAMPDINER' I Refrigeration Service > WONDER\ GIFT SHOP CO: I.. }

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Corner Call and Cherry 226 Temple Ave.

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. : With Hot Weather Here And Flies Thriving, Methodist ChurchHoly I evening. Gala decoration, special : dising Rexall among products.stores selling the I which of this has activity handled from the the alloca-ICC Conducts Revival --I IilS

'1f Public Is Urged To lie Careful 'With Garbage entertainment grand marching Mrs.! Myrtice Carpenter. ownerof tions for the past two years he ,
Communion will be and extra refreshments furnished : I explained.The .
+ Florida home owners are urged ,,, from a garbage can IB a choice served at both services at ob-I and served by townspeople, |! the !store Is also proud that nation-of the policies and proceduresas V. t
by the State Board of Health to pot for, filed to lay their eggs. In award for it means f
Methodist Church Sunday. July 2.1 will help create the Fourth-of- wide attention Is focused onCarpenter's adopted, and practiced by dt
'a 10-1
be more careful about their disposal span of time the eggs hatch in ICC
11 a. m., and 8 p. m. The Mtos Madge as a store that exemplifies cal allocation offices
of garbage. With summer I and the /ground already soaked July atmosphare, !! said.
W. Churchwell has announced of out- be continued he
J. Rexall Ideal
of refreshments -
weather, In full exposed refuge with organic matter sufficient to Middleton Is In charge
I the
officials I the morning topic an, "The Cap- II and hostesses and Mrs W. standing service to the com- strictest standards regarding ed
holds: many-fold menaces nourish: the magots flies In will be
tain Our Salvation. The of applications
of approval '
'A. Stout Mrs. 1.. A. Jones, Mrs. munity.
of the! bureau of Sanitary their Infancy live and thrive, I small
choir under the leadership of Mrs. J. observed as only a per-
Mrs. A. citation, en-
and hand-lettered
Grover Nunnery The
Engineering point out. to eventually add just that many I
I A. Z. Adklns, will sing, "Some- centage of the new commercial
in other ar- was accompanied -
Municipalities are having their : more disease carrying/ pests to the Casey are assisting graved on parchment will
how I Know. Mrs F. H. Long vehicles being manufactured
troubles keeping garbage trucks world of human and Insects.. rangements Dancing will begin by a complimentaryletter
R will be organist.Subject be used for civilian- purposes -
staffed and on reasonable collec- Uncovered garbage can, and at 8:30: p. m. to the music of from the International or can
tion routines. Some are not even food strewn about the ground are for the evening service SKt. Samuel Baum's orchestra. Association of Rexall Club and Mr. McDaniel declared.

BO fortunate. because of the man- also "come-hllhers" for rats and will be. "The Power of Little Watermelon will hold the spot- the United Drug Co. The Jacksonville district of-
power shortage and breakdown of mice in themselves the woild' Thlngn" and a feature will be 15 light Sunday evening at 5 o'clock fice Is located at 311 George

equipment. Therefore when property greatest destroyer of property In minutes of congregational! singing following the regularly scheduled Notice To OwnersOf Washington! Annex. c ct
owners are careless about Florida rats are the carriers of with Mrs. Wm. Baggett as organ- full-length feature movie at 3 o'-

I' wrapping garbage fall to maintain I two of our more serious human ist. Come and bring someone clock. All service men and coup Commercial Recent BirthsTo

lldtled-contalners spill food diseases typhus fever and infectious with you and enjoy the old fami- les are Invited to Join in a watermelon Motor Vehicles

around the pall, and the.'' city then jaundice. Typhus fever la liar hymnn.. feed on the Club lawn, Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Sur- %

isn't able to make pick-ups on I spread by the rat flea. These two Youth Fellowship meets at 7 at that time. Despite the neces- Operators of commercial mo- rency of Starke a son. on June .

schedule It becomes a detrimentto tat born diseases have been doublIng p: m. In the recreation building. sary lack of the traditional fireworks tor vehicles who need to( pur- ,16. t

health and a blight on the com- In prevalence In the State for Church School at 10 a. m. with there will be plenty of fun chase new equipment after July To Mr. and Mrs. G. S. Kuterof

niunity. |, the past several years. Don't aid E, K. Ferryman general superin- for all. 1 should file their applicationswith Starke a daughter on June I W. L,. Brown is .-onaucl.' < .

Rotting goods cause unpleasant and abet the work of man's worst tendent. The Club Is located at 201 the District Office of Defense 16. series of revival ler'1 9 al

odors and are also one of the enemies the rat and the fly. by North Walnut Street and is op- Transportation Instead of To Mr and Mrs. C. E. Daugh- Church of God on S> cuir

worst breeders of flies Ground leaving food on the ground around Week-end of Fun erated by the YWCA. I the Bureau of Motor Carriersof erty of Starke a daughter on each evening at 830 i> lock
"1\ which food has lain, or has the garbage pall or allowing it to the Interstate Commerce June 20.
Planned YWCA is an old pioneer India
como saturated with drainage stand uncovered. at Miss NoegeJ I Commission. H. !K. McDaniel. I I To Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Moore er and the public i., ) ".orilj pr.

Mi' and Mrs. C. I. Joe are Receives Award ODT's District Manager at Jack- I I of Starke a daughter on June Invited to corm 'out lna
I $5,638 Acres Forest Mrs. Colson Asks scheduled for a real Fourth ofjiily Konvllle announced today. I 20.To him.
: T. Ball-
celebration thin. weekend a* Miss Maxine Noegel, popular All field work incidental to Mr. and Mrs. H.
Under Fire Control For More Assistance the Walnut Street USO Club. saleslady at Carpenter's Drug the rationing of new commercial ard of Waldo a daughter on ,22.

1 In This CountyFire With Kit Bags "The fun will start off with a, Store has been awarded the vehicles will fee handled by"; .he June 22. To Mr. and Mrs." E R pier .]
Departmentof : To' Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Milesof of Starke.
typical "bang" at the red-White- "Rexall Citation 'of Merit" for Highway Transport I a daughter,
Control Demonstrations I Mrs, Lemuel Colson Chairman end-blue couple chance\ Saturday! outstanding ability in merchan- the ODT through transfer Lawtey a daughter on June June 23.

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In Bradford ,county now total r of Production Bradford County ..... .L -
6 .638 acres listed with the Chapter, American Red Cross, Ir!
Florida Forest and Park Service ; appealing to the women In this

f" it was announced today County to help In making kitbags

by James W. Sims,, extension for the service men who are .
,I forester of Gainesville who Is being Bent overseas. With the

In charge of forestry activitiesfor growing number of service men ,
Gllchrlat. Alachuaj) and Brady being sent the demand for the f '

ford counties. The total acre- kit bags is Increasing.

I age for Demonstrations ,ln the The importance of the kit bag

three counties Is ll .638 acres cannot be too strongly empha- ( ,
r With 30 cooperators.Four sized. The proof lies In the hundreds :

lookout towers have been .jof letters coming- Into Na- ; .' t ' r: '
. :.)
established for' detection of for- tional Headquarters from men .
In Celebration of
est fires on these Demonstra who have received them. Their , : .
tions. They are located at gratitude Is touching. They'are ...
Highland Hampton LaCrosse pleased with all the little articles

and Gainesville. All towers are but even more Wth' the fact thatit

manned the year, .round.. Is a personal gift from the Red

, Extension Forester Sims sta- Cross. In the past. two years JULY 4th

ted that 96 miles of telephone this. Chapter has made and filled .
lines have been constructed by 544 kit bags the last of which

the Florida Forest and Park will be completed next Thursday

Service tying all lookout towers afternoon at the Production
with the Lake City Radio Rooms'! in the American Legion '

Dispatching Station. ,Two ,way building on Call Street. INDEPENDENCE DAY

radio Is ,also being used by More womenare, needed to help -
some of the cooperators to sup cut and sew these bags. We have
plement the existing communications been asked to make 144 more. '
, .
Il ; system. If there,are women In the County
The past year 1,335 miles of who cannot come to the Production -
4 Our Stores
? fire lines were plowed on the Room but who can make

protected areas by cooperators) these In their own homes they are ,

and .the atate. the latter plowing asked to let Mrs; Colson. know' or

Ij 833 miles.. Where possible call the Red Cross .Chapter of- WILL REMAIN CLOSEDi

v larger tracts of timber have fice tlephone 33. .
been broken Into smaller compartments Those having any of the small .'
thus furnishing fire books pocket book editions which '

d crews a better method for con- they have finished are asked to l. DAY TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY .:r;,
trolling "'the''alse of fires once take them to the Production Room

t they have been started, by back Thursday afternoon from 2 tll ,
- firing fro'i6''the.r'Unas.:" In addition 5 o'clock. More Of these are :'

lines thrw toVjwworkLntf** hundred!> all miles old fire of needed for the kit bags. JULY 4th t & .5 th:

new lines will be plowed this Full line of Office. Supplle at
E The Hriulforil County Teh.'' .
forested areas In Brad.

ford county can be kept In a: realization of the value of

:1' productive condition only thru our forests by the public. Sims .
/ Celebrate The Fourth Like A Real American
the proper cutting practices. said and not by construction .
control of wild fires and a bet- and maintenance alone.
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5"WAR LOAN '-::;*: ::*,- .""; ,

1 !InJuI'anceR. Y .

ill C. WALL Bradford County J>'Has -Bought Only One-Tlird.' Of Its' $279,000 Quota:

III Agency JIi Without Your Help We Cannot Hope To Go Over The Top. Don't Fail

I Constant Service Over 50 Years .' Us Now.Sternbeirg's.

Please Phone 116 t ..

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NCLASSIFIED_ADS___ I ,.. .. L el_ I .Dress Shop
WANTED LOST:' -Hrown billfold) In poMofflce. I ..i'; ,: > ; .. ,

4 Listings on apartments, houses or Keep Please money return for billfold reward.and paper Return '.'\ '
c ''> Van H. Priest Store or Kvelyn ) and Salon
: Beauty
homes for miles rent of located Starke within 20 drift! ItpLOMTAt Stu mp s Store :1. ,

w 119 East Call Street KliiKMley Reach Sundry
afternoon wallet containing $13 '
? W. T. CLUTE, Realtor cards In money and, valuable passes made Identification. out to Southern 5c to $1 Store

WANTKD-Flat -top office desk Mm.and IWorrrina?; :: lletiirn Mae Muller to J. M. Alvarez
medium ilia.l Write )lox *SJ m tat Hut. H. K. Miller. 220 Rn. Co.
call at ISO Church St. tti It., 68th lltf.: Camp Hlamllnic.: Itp
Lady Fair Salon
Foil HAI.K-One new and one used Beauty
FOR RENT Two roam furnished i 42$ Oa!. Fairbanks Morn 110"Vat..r '.
t apartment.. Llnhtn unit water In \ Hyntem See me after fiveP Priest 5c to $,1 StoreBarksdale's
h clud.d.0,00 per wet-lc. Apply .m.-O. J. Phillip! I.nwtey. Fls.Ml .
514 Wenonu ft.: Ucalii. Phone Hit
White Up t 'i.1'! "'Oltr.F.III" Sweat Itl. 3 Friends Barber Shop
2. Rod 88. Starke. Fla. 2tpOt'I'XI'I.n -
HAY PEA SKKO for nut I... Kurt: '
Cook, Utarke.: 11-90 :alp : : St'CPORTS Individually

-- deeianed-Mrs.set W. Madison St.nertliu 8-:3-411':Pearce: :
.AVAII.,\nL"; iMMtDIATFt.Y City i t Barber Shop
rooms ana apartment. directlyAcroHH BLACK DUN COW at mv place.marked .
I, from University of Florida crop spilt underblt and
, Campus, Ul1ln."III.. due l liliacontinuance t. crop split branded 15. Owner may Star Store
of Army Coll"Kv nave for proper Identification RnC
Training Detachment All fool.El .. paving for thin ad.. Vernon Edward The Smart
) with ventilating system, Inner *, Brooker, Fla.. Rt. 1 Shoo
spring mattresses uutomAttrhot 6-0-4tp
water Ire water and 10... *.nr
. al door. Apply at ROS K I,A\\.S. 'OR SAI..K-New, unmixed Missionary -
UOII W. University' Av. Phone strawberry plant, now ready Bradford Barber
' Gainesville 104-J._ Up' I.awtey" ;at, 1'. FuU'li.l T 1-: ml. 5-26-2tl went of Shop -Denmark Furniture Co. '

d. I WANTED-S mall house near Ptarkel.Ynokor.
.1 Waldo. Write !airs. Vincent FOP. t4ALIa Portn Rico potatovlnH.
4 nanar. 5010 N. B. 4th sort I cut them 13 per AI. Roy
Miami 38. Fla. 8-23-2tpipyntoikD Kalch.. Hampton, Fla. lilt Hart Furniture Co. Bradford
-- '- Hardware Co.
IIUY OR gBLI_ FOR 8AU1039! radlltae In A-1 .
i milk cow..tnck row, beef cat- condition. sand elr".. $=.IiOU
It*. stock bull or noun, rret In C'afih. |tIIH! Hudson In A-1 condition
t' .. touch with J. r>. Oilom, Jr., driven only 16.000 mil.*.
Dot 247 Htark, llox 204 Lake II,20O canh. Also two trnllern for
City Telephone 481 Lake City. ale ch.ap.-lnQulre Guidon Grilt.H I


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I .:' ,d BRADFORD-- .- TELEGRAPH 1 f_ J 1ulyNy,11thE

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: 'LOltl\'I'III.} Juno 30, 11I11 - -

Letter Box !I Random Camera Shots At Infantry !\ KROOKER. I

Training I Ity: .un.'.. ,.ATKINSON'Mr : :

and! Mrs. \\'. T. Crosby of

Laredo, Texas I Stark, were veiling Mr. and Mrs'

I II' Gene enclosing money for' renew In Camp Binding's Big IRTC Lweok.I,C. A. Crosby and. family last

Alii I
Telegraph for a year Mr. and Mrs Larson Mintz and

of the urel.v means a lot to+ , I I itnuKht of Jacksonville were vlJ.-

e paper err 'Da iiltirf Mr*. Mlntz' parents Mr..
f' om home and w< i i
:k, wav > 'mill' Mr L..1. Galney.Mlsn .
| <,?''v Cal'olyn. Callrii
MI.).I.Iw > ? I : Join Mae ('III kl.'l' has re-
and Uncle
it gossip +1t tiirniMt ri> her home her after

HI..ff' law We even enjpj; a ivlnjj. ):' spent 1f"w wcks with

son xB don't miss any- "relatives In Tumpu.Mms .

Mnrthii Maikoy/ of Jack.nivilli' -
g Sincerely, was visit hng relatives her

MIH J. D. Doyle last \\
2311 Travis Court VIMV.. c. Crosby of Green I

McMillan: Park I row Springs pent the I woek-end

h. with his parpnlH.
Camp Blanding, Fla. MrVllnoii Uuss was visiting

?ea> Jfr Matthews: I ri'liitlve In Gainesville lust week
--ad with keen Interest 1\HII" Evelyn Crews of Jack+on-
|r nay'
of your paper andJua.i s'llle IB visiting friends nn.l relatives
I -ecenl '"opy
4 here this week.Mr .
,very) much Impressed by *
I t' de.>lre of ,the city in cleaningI 1 and Mrs Aba Crosby. and

,,s vagrants, which .decent family of Jackftonvlllo were visitIng -
end Institutions wish to be Mr and Mrs." Ij. H. Galney.r. .
|>ple 1f
d; anti Mrs Merman Henderson
'omplshed.! It Is my. hope that -
I1 will cooperate in making it and son Parker, of Aluchunvern

|,wn i the public through your \ the dinner. guests of Mr. and
In periodical the real slgnlfiJce Mrs C. L,. Atkinson' and family

of living In a place that laI. e e qty Sunday.MIHH' .

from all sorts! of degradation 4 c1"I Mary Ellen Waters hits re-
conditions. ,? turned. to her homo her after
11 j deplorable 'aL
t Mw'r *e a tFt having spent a few weeks with
dollar for
|l nerewlth\ Inclose a
friends and relatives In Gainesville -
\ ix months subscription'to
In and I hope It will con- d
paper Frlfiulu nf Miss Matlge floss will
llutc fostering the. principlejnurnaltsm + .111,
c. I : w 1"'i'gr'a'i to know Unit nho bun hail,
I which Is the van-
tlne misfortune of falling and 114'1'1 -
Ln common public In-
t m
+ Iously 1 Injuring her !leg. Her many

lre yt filviKl.i join In wishing her a

Very truly yours, speedy recovery.Mr. .
Pvt Jose B. Totaan and Mrs. n() l'e Gainey

spent the week-end at SilverBpringx.
Fort Ogletborpe, Ga. .

In Mi Matthews: I d Mrs Millie Fogg of Graham was

II I TO+ now Pvt Burgess-411288 a 'e' 4'. i visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. I'. Itob-
Ir.ioned: In the WAC at Fort pI'lll't'tlI1CIIIIBY..

fglethorpe miles from Chatta- Pvt. Baker of Camp ttlimdln,

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j am so very happy. Happier '. y and Mrs. C. A Crosby und fam
km+ I ever expected. We have T
kcellent food, and well seasoned. ilyCpl.. and Mrs.. Hershel Layfleld+

\\i ex-se { v t and baby son of Valdoata Gn.,
KMr kr' < were visiting Mrs. Layfleld' parents
lery hour of my work. 7 yl # 7 ""'z < y1 of e Mr. and Mrs. Noon Mott last

I Everything here is to promote 2 week
It best of health. I would notre t 4 e 1';' s .'M w!dh"A4 A' K.d 1 A'' l lr Friends of Mrs/ Edna, Crews.

missed this experience forything r r a '"" will be Interested to know that
In (the world. The wom- she. In 111 and was taken to the

officers are wonderful to us I 1 ; _: St. Lilian's hospital at Jackson- I

M there Isn't a man about I t : vII,. liint week
5 :
i sun' r shall come out of theJrmy Mr and Mm. Johnny Lewis und I

a more well-rounded, hap- .',f 11 I Q Mr Purvis Lewis. of Jacksonville
lr hetlthier person. Any girl were visiting Mi and Mrs. Pitt I II

lould, be as happy and proud as &i I Ituxtcr Sunday.j .
lam <10 be a soldier. & urn I j Mrs. Mack Howard and son, M* 1

; Some day I will come back to C of Starke, were the weekend .
"rida' and my little Clay Hill guests of Mr. and Mrs. P. V

fiiool but until then I'm going a' 'Ss 1 ,f HUSH.I ;
1 do my dead, level best to help I Mrs Pledger, Gniney and Minx 1
Sam y' 1 pearl Galney have returned to
fide win this war. .,.. s h
Tnyla! rM.o p1yy 4 t y ti
Sincerely, Y t their home after having spent a
Lura Burgess few days with Mrs. Carney's husband .

1'vt. Pledger Gnlney, ut
Fork, N C. Camp Pickett, Va.
ear Mr Editor: ,
[ Tobacco should be harvested t ''v I THERESSAlly

pn fullest of oil In order for Miss IdA UaKttJiMfi

n l) superior In quality. 011 does n. _ I ). B. C. Powell and children .

H evaporate In the process of Mary Joyce and Donald, are

|rifle like the sap does and w visiting/ her sister Mrs. E. S. Sib-

tmn,! .' o give wealth to the ley.

,po Oil and sap (water) dog : "t I Minn Betty Lou Powell from

|"' mix but come and go at f Miami Is visiting relative here.
finals t -_ Mlxa June Hutcheflnn 'from Sun-
during the life of the Mjre J 7 '
i:ant When the sap rises It ; N o 1L5 Aloe" t b : tPI'SVI1Ga.! \ ., IK visiting Irene
mirr'P/ r l+" -
inS 'the and family
sit' out ((011 being the Cochrane
Igiter, through the pores of e Mr. W. T. Zelglar of Jacksonville

I-e teat o the surface where It \ spent Sunday with his ulster,

|"fmi a "gum" well-known to t a {f i Mn K.. I Mr and Mrs. J. D. Griffin.
J tobacco growers. Tobacco Mr. J. A. Milliken and Mrs.

vested when full of sap I Sapp and little Claudette of Ocula

Ire oadly a=d be light and J visited. Mr. and :Mrs. A L. Sul

"riOI,1 ''n quality. in-I 1 liven Friday they were accompanied -

1y father rw. home by Sylvia and Glen
who lived to a riper
'd> Mllliken who, had spent the past
age grew tobacco for about I o
I weeks with their grandparents -
[) a'11e,, He found that there two

'e opttp< times than others forarresting d rye I Mrs., Eliza Paul of Miami U. 'i
tobacco In order for
to visiting Mr and Mr* J. D. Griffin
I sure up nicely and be good
and Z Z, Zelgler.
[quality i shall be pleased to
a'w'e' Mrs, II. D. May of Hamptonwas
any letters from tobacco MI.HH Ida I
,xoxFThese visiting her aunt
rowing: friends, provided pos-<. ,,<,
HaRan Thursday
l. l"
sent for reply Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ousley r

Yours truly,' ml, two sans of Perrlne are visiting

XV. H. Davis random camera shota by rifle; rough and tumble tactic; deep gully; two weary men fix: gun ; going through the obstacle In the middle' of their course. 1 relatives, and;: i friends i here.

give a rifleman on the firing line. bayonets on their rifle. at the course; a bit of quick action on Fifth row-Only this Jagged I Mr. and Mr. M. Z. Sullivan of

JUSING Signal Corps photographers Second row-A trainee get end of the i inflltratioa course: In the bayonet course; crossing a tump i I. left after a demolitioncharge I Miami are visiting Mr. Sullivan's

Ily )I1N. EDDIE NORMAN a hasty view of training the life of an ready te Ire the famous rocket which they crawl ander lire machine rope bridge over a stream. has been set off at the I brothers, A. t. and C. Sullivan.

Infantryman in : Fourth to shoot bas tree she -. Mrs.. Pete Rivers of Keystone
?' an<1 Mrs row-A launcher popularly known. the gun fire' row-Ready ea ; up goes I
n inns AV Albert and Johnnie Norman of Left to right: Upper to Instruct Bazooka; dropping a shell In an Third row-M n la the village the rifle grenade: launcher; loading typical Infantry demolition I Heights! visited Mrs. Dan Raley,

'earce Fla __-eO l uses a chart mortar ride high fighting course ar. ready to a 106 mm. howitzer; three charge; a crew /gets ready to 6r. Friday.
are spending this the perfect 81 mm. ; a Jeep Wilson of Amerlcus.Ga. .
'''Pk'" a trainee in getting machineNO1I' bivouac And a lake right the 37 ... anti-tank gun. Mr. J. W.
his wall with their men on I
'olm mother Mrs. J. E.I I before firing his in the air as it is lifted over a movnt a ., and Mrs. Marvin Davis ofrivmnmrlll
> picture
r __ an and brother.. James sight -- ---__ __ ____ __ m .__._ __ .. fin were ,lading
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Gordon Jones and NOW
aUghter were visiting Mr. Jones', RECEIVES Lee PUOMOTIOXRobert was recently pro. N C. I Loran L. Coiner has recentlybeen Curtis Cdell! Jones a 1-c hat i pi\, Charles P. I Edwards lI'm day.Little FrAnkie Loper U. visiting I

aen nei' :a 3I and Mrs Robert technician fifth Mr!.'. Robert G. Dodson this promote to the rank of returned to his base at the New '.i Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Edwardsof relatives In Georgia this week.

Brooker, Sunday. moted from Field. former Janelle Hutc.'1:ng has recently Sergeant. He Is a membe" of !: Orleans! La.. Armed Guard Ontvr Lawtey returned, to Fort Leonard -
Thurman Jones and eon grade to corporal at Kelly learned that her husband, a B-2t: Combat! crew now In their after spending the past six I Wood Mo.* IIfter".(>pendng! / I.V NAI'I-ES:
t.1gpnf' Pine Level a unit of the Air Service Com- 15-day: furlough :with his! parents. Pvt. Steve A. Strickland tr now t
spent last Pvt. Robert Dodson bas returned final of training prior to rriontli at sea at a member of '
4".k : phase ,
Mix. brother B. with the regi-
With her nt and Army Air Forces. Cpl. Edwards: ha on duty In Naples
Par Mr. mand,
i ri : to the U. S. after seven r:1ontha combat at the the naval gun crew of a merchant '.
EdJi Norman. Lee Is assigned to the 391st AVN I overaea duty j recently joined.the Mercant Marines ment of Military Police that has

11'' and Air!. Eddie Norman and Sq. at Kelly and Is serving as j of duty with the Provost Mar- Charleston: Army Air Field Char- "h'p.' Jones'. latest trip at sea' and In now receiving his made war-disrupted Naples Into

on, Herber'' and Mr8' Thurman Air Plane Handler with hU org- ehal's Office In Er gland. He is leston. S C +J; took him to ports la England, basic training In Nevy York. one of the most efficient ports In

one, and BOn' were vlsltlD'g' Mr. anlzatlon. I I now a motor patrolman at Bluen- Prior t entering the Service. North' Africa and Sicily. j' the world through Its regulationof

:lId Mrs, Rufus Green of Brooker Lee Is the son: of Mrs. Mary: ttaiithal Army Ar! BJS, "VII.c1n.ton Cone w.." employe:! by the He Is the son of Mrs Edna K. Full line of OffkV" ; Supplies at traffic In the city's congested

wadayb' Frasler of Starke. i I' N. C. I I State! Ajncultura Department Jones of Starke. Th" ISrudford County Teli-graph. streets.'If" .


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j with Mrs. Duke's parents, Mr. Esther McClendon whose renldrix1 I Lucl Msndanlrl I-a Ross Defendant 1! -
. .{ Florida State Farm !I. unknown.You Can No. 3185.
and .
M. R. Holmes.ilrs. are required to appear nn ORDER OF prBLirATIONANI : Service
P. l). Faj.ther Jr returned July 24th 191(. in the above namf<) NOTICE TO APPEAR Prompt Driven
Court and cause, wherein plaintiff STATE OF FLORIDA to: L.ucl
;a By Mre. Bryan \\'hltllrldSCOUTMASTElc. A NERVY Tuesday from Jacksonville where seeks divorce Bradford County 1771nc80th- Koa whcm* rMldjno. *
FOX she visited her parents Mr. and! Telegraph "hall puhllch this Order I .IK. /Street.: Brook I'n. New
Having had a several hours' In next tour weekly ImuiPB. YorK.
,,, TRAINING 1>fl'lI.V.. W. McOrary, with spec Witness my band and official You Are required' to appear on Starke Taxi ServicePhone
fox chase Thursday of last thin June
night eat at Ktarke Florida'
t Beginning: June 29, for six successive ial significance adrled to the occasion 19th, 1244.OFFICIAL.. July 21ot, J944. In the above named
week M. C Roberts, and wherein plaintiff
Lynwood Court cause
+. evenings a Scout Masters by the birthday celebration ( BEAD A J. Thomas, seeks. divorce. Bradford County
Watts and Bryan Whitfield shut An Clerk or maid ('our?.
t Training Courae will be given at of her brother Jack McCrary, |' Joe Mill William. Luke Butler Telegraph shall publish thin OrderIn 150
the hounds lathe car and then next tour wekly l IMNueB.
the Community Building by the turned on the up car lights so that and his leaving for Wllllamxburg, Florida. Atty. for *'". ?..,,-?-,., Wltnen my hand and official seal
+ ', New River District Training Committee Va.. to join the Naval Reserve at Ktarke, Florida, thin June 19th,
j: C. H. Na. worthy and Dr. they could eat a watermelon be- S. K. 3-c E. A. Bradahaw returned 1944. SEAL) A. J. Thomas, Day
fore going home. :MX? Roberts Night
M. B. Herlong of Starke are to Mayport Monday after iv rmrrir COURT. nn,i>FoiinCOI An. Clerk of said Court. i
{ Leadership Training Chairman happened to look up and, saw a spending the week-end with Mrs. '.TY. FLOR'U11I- Walter C. liardvuty, Daytona Beach I
large fox, head within one KRV. Flo rlda. Atty. for PIB-YS-it-T.,.
ir, and District Chairman respectively. up Bradshaw and their children and Peter Diego La ROM, Plaintiff. va. -
hundred feet' of the .
In addition to Scout Master, car intently Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Cox.
watching the feast. The
1 dogs
+ ; ? Troop Committeemen, Troop Of Richard Woodward reported to
} were turned out and the second
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tlclal Scout Fathers and poten the Selective Service Board In
'' tlal Scout Leaders from the entire chase of the night was ont! Lake Butler Monday for service Have a Coca-Cola = He's coming home tomorrow

F i 1 district are eligible to at- Lt. (J.g.) and Mrs. L. J. Kite In U. S. Army.

4 tend. The district Is composedof and their young daughter, Leslie, Mrs. G. C. Irwin and daughter
of Baker, Union and Bradford spent Friday night with Mr. and
Jean, of Ft. Monmouth. N. J., and
counties and there are Scout Mrs. J. R. Kite. Lt. Kite and his Mrs.-'Tom Grady of Starke were iii"Tk
f' L+ Troops In Starke, Brooker, Lake. family were enroute from their'' tea guests of Mrs. W. G. String-

.r Butler, Lawtey, Raiford, MacI home in West Palm Beach to I' fellow and Mrs.' George Managua, ( Wr I 1 II ht t '':. yC
\ I clenny] and the State Farm. Solomon, Md., where he was reporting -,Friday.

', i'il June 20 C. H. Wainwright, with for duty. Having completed her com-
l Joe Cason, Ralph and Leonard After spending; last week with mercial course at Perkins Insti

s ,J Johnson of Raiford, received the Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Randall Mrs. tution in Boston Masn., Miss Jacqueline -
ivi t I Royal Arch Degreee of Masonry Elizabeth Roberta and her baby Woodward arrived Tuesday -

", a P1t l in Gainesville. girl of Worthington Springs have to spend her vacation with

I iJ" The Rev. Leslie Shepherd wa returned to their home. her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. -
t Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Robinson Woodward.
in Jacksonville
Thursday evenIng -
I ;.j!{ June 22, aa speaker before and Mrs., W. H.. Parker were Celebrating the eleventh birth I I .

""f the Brotherhood of Chrlatlan Lay- among those present at a birthday day of their son, Kenneth, )fro I

.; ': men In Central Christian Church. dinner given In honor of Ev- and Mrs. Claude Johns were

,it I The topic of his addrent! wall erette Robinson at the home of hosts at a family dinner Sunday.
_ Mr. and Mrs. Robert Robinsonin Quests included Mr. and Mrs
: "Forgive Us Their Tre p8JMefl" ,
i In which he followed the line of Jacksonville Saturday even Clyde Johns, Mr. and Mrs. Jack

I the organization's special work Ing. Dowling and children, Mr. and
: .' toward the rehabilitation of Im- Mrs. J. R. Hardee returned to Mrs. Morris Dowlino and baby,

I 1 I s. prisoned person, her home In Gainesville Sunday all of Taylor, and Mr and Mrs.

j 'y( Mrs. David Campbell and little after visiting Mr. and Mrs M. Alfred Thrift and sons of Monlac, 7't't
is ",1 daughter, Daveen, of Knoxville, C. Roberts for several days. Ja., and Mr. and Mrs Lawrence / c4t

it Tenn., pent last week with Mr. Mr. and Mrs. I. J. Williams and Dugger and children of the State
tf and Mrs. R. p McLendon. Ar- children were guests Of' relativesIn Farm. Kenneth returned;to Taylor -

riving Sunday to visit Mr. and Lake City and in Lulu for several with Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Johns

: Mrs. McLendon for several weeks day/ last week. for an extended stay.
were Mrs., :-L. B. McLendon and Mrs.-W. W. Fish "of Jacksonville Mrs. H. B. Gale and little

Mrs. Jack White and son, Billy, with her three children is I daughter. Sharon of Palatka, are
( Ijf'S: of Jacksonville now. with her parents, JLtr. and I visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Wood- y

Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Frazier Mrs. J. O. Randall, having returned ward. /
Mr. and Mrs. R E. Williams
with them after
A-tfR of Daytona Beach were overnight Sunday I
Sr and Mr. and Mrs. R. E. WI11-
had the weekend there ,
guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. R. they spent
i, Kite Thursday. with Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Randall, llama, Jr., of Taylor, were dinner . preparing to welcome a returning soldierWhen Lt
of Mr. and Mrs. A. C.
Mrs N. J. Underwood returned Jr. I guests:

? to her home In Durham N C., When giving the account of the i:Dowling Mrs. L.Sunday. Jr. and your fighting man returns home, it's the simple joys he seeks. . reunion I t
> F. Chapman ,
; Wednesday after a week's visits family reunion held at the home I /
i ' with her brother and sister-in-law of Mr. and Mrs. Arch Dobbs for son, Leonard Fielding Chapman, with his family. . moments in the living room ..a snack and refreshment j /
t III,.arrived Saturday from Quan-
Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Fathers' Day the correspondent
ft Tyson. in the old familiar kitchen. . and ice-cold "Coke". So remember / r I __ -
Little Patricia McRae: of McIntosh omitted the name of Mrs. Lonnie tico, Va., to make their home to keep _, .

;t Is with her grandparents, Dobbs of Ralford from the guest with while Mr. and Mrs L ) L. F Chapman U. some of his favorite snacks and have ice-cold Coca-Cola in the refrigerator. __
Lt. Col. F. Chapman
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Bouvier having list. Friends' will be Interestedto
.i come home with them following know that her husband, Cpl. S.! M. C. Is away on duty. Col. He'll respond as always to the invitation Have a "Cokt". In camp or home
_ Lonnie Dobbs, la better Chapman spent a brief leave between -
their visit with her parents though
assignments with his town, the pause that refreshes is a symbol of a friendly of living.
parents way
Mr. and Mrs. Cecil McRae, still In a hospital In Vancouver, It's natural for popular name
and wife and son the earlier
last week-end. to acquire friendly abbreviatiotu.
Guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. F. part of this week. BOTTLED VNDfR AUTHORITY OP THE COCA-COLA COMPANY Y
Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Randall and I I I That' why you heat
' ' Jeanette of Eastham and Mrs. H. B. Clark i :Mr. and Mrs. Lynwood Watts I
little daughter, STARKE COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO. Coca-Cola called "Coke".
and son, Lynwood, Jr., visited
t sonville were dinner guests Jack-I during the week were E. Miles of '
'.vl: and Mrs. J. O. Randall "Lake City and his daughter and I Rev and Mrs. Ray Walden and .O 194.The C-C Co.
y last grandson, Mrs. Geraldine Elliott family ,in Lake Butler Sunday
: Mrs Angus Davis spent i .
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t week-end with Mr. and Mrs. J. B.i i I and Mark Elliott of Tallahassee, ) 1ft CIRCUIT COURT BRADFORD S
ii Strickland in Graham. 'I Miss Christine Eaatham of the COUNTY. FLORIDA, I.M Ctl%MKHV. p

} Mr. and Mrs. K.. J. Harris have I Lake City Air Base and JLt. Barton J. C. MrClenilon' Plaintiff. v... Ruby : c .
,',+ t returned home after spending Clark of Berea, Ky. No.Rather. 3186.McClendon, Defendant, Cane

their vacation with relatives at I I Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dukes of I ORDER OF PUBLICATION _
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VENEREAL DISEASE-can do it just as .
i want it! In his mind he did Fifth War Loan. Don't credit- effectively.
w' a : his duty, expect:
;When it strikes the
s hands of the entire crew are tied-grounded-until precious replacementsare

I } 4 i and part ,of his duty was stopping an you can't match his sacrifice by merelyr.enemy : brought up.' A plane might come in on a "Wing and a Prayer"-but. it,, can't take off with

bullet. lending your money. But don't be VD throttling its crew.

t Y 44 I You have this ashamed, either-if you've done your VD, a saboteur of our home front and military, must be controlled-it's a weapon" which must
a duty too
r war.
t be taken from the hands of
3 duty shown our enemies. .; .
.: Part of your duty IS to buy gratitude-the, you ve he wants your That's' everybody's business-to help wipe out the world's most deadly disease. . ''. There is

t1 ,:; i l War Bonds with every dime you to.Say way only one way to KNOW FOR SURE-have a blood test regularly.

; a +, and dollar you can. ; "thanks" to every Consult your family physician or go to a free clinic

4l_ ''r So simply say "thanks" to American soldier double
_ 5111 WAR JOAN Sponsored By
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Eddie Davis, Owner M. EDWARDS, Chm. AnRA IS
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r"u.. IILI\Y: \
PTON Southern Bell In Jacksonville the'' home Thursday and Friday of
11.4Jl Horne past week, returned home Sunday. I last week.
w 6arbara Billy Durlirg who la employedIn :Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Sapp of
and M"
I a, 81, Jacksonville Beach day.Mr. Mrs. Carlton Chastain last wek.
Mrs T. A. Genova and Mrs. R. G.1119 were Willie Croft of Summervllle.
t t.tUrned and I Tuesday of last week shopping in Gainesville, Monday., 1 Ga., Is visiting: Mr. and Mrs. Lynn AREN'T YOU SICK AND TIREDOf
a two weeks leave Mian Catherine Harris of Jacksonville Hall and family.
tea la spending some time Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Home and

and :MI',,, Audrey Turner andy here with relatives. family were in Gainesville, Sat-
Owen Simmons of Jacksonville'
visited rellere urday
of Being Asked
visited relatives Sunday.R. .
Sunday. Wald'o.n S. Kuryendoff of Magnolia, Mrs. Reba Wiggins visited in
L W. Morrow cSt< Jacksonville during the week-end.
M. Tenn., was the week-end\ guest of
(own Sunday. 'his son and daughter-in-law, Pvt. Leo Wiggins of the U. S. Navy ,
vVllllanis, who has been and Mrs. Ray Lee Kuryendoff, returned home with her for a
Win "DON'T
short .
special training with Marlon Johns of Starke waa at slay.Everyone YOU KNOW
g was glad when word
.J' ',7YYIiRW1" 4"IAlIII1IIWIIIWW1YlIlYWNWINWIINI/WINIWWIIIIMIUYYINWY111N10/, ''' '' / '' , /.. IIIIIIIIIIIIII"'ij"UIII"lIilIIIIW'"illlIllqCHURCH / "" ''' ,,,,, was received Sunday that J. C.
Wynn who has been oversea for a
I the past two years, had arrivedin

Aubrey Mercer, Minister California and was on his way

SUNDAY: 10:00: A. M.-Bible Study home. A WAR'S ON?"

11:00: A, M. and 7:30 P. M. Preaching and 'WOODLAWNBy

Communion.WEDNESDAY. Mn ftlyrle Rafuse s

: 7:30 P. 'M.-Prayer Meeting. There 'will be..,services at lhWoodlawq. e That question
Visitor A Welcome Guest .11 "DON'T YOU KNOW A "
Every ,. Baptist Church each WAR'S ON? has been
.emnnnnr"" "' '''niilmemnieeiie''''' '' '' ''moeiwmnmmmrnemaineeiiionnniomm''''' ''''' '' ''''''''''' ''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''iimiamnmaiw' "' '''' nmonemnminienoommnm''''' '''' ''''''''''''''''''''''''' ''iie''''a Sunday: Sunday School at 10.30: drummed into our cars over the last two years until it .is ..

a. m., morning services at 11::00.Youn& , ,, fact is a reflection sickening and in
:, j on your and our intelligence. Of
Peoples' Meeting at 7:30p. : : course, ecrry man
|FOR) SAFETY, COMFORT .AND ECONOMY RIDE m., and evening services at woman and child in these United States knou's we
are at war. and if
8:00.: Everyone come to hear you
FLORIDA MOTOR":tlNE BUSSES man of God. the ask us, we think the vast majority of people are not only! aware of it, but

The Rev. and Mrs. O. J, Raul- are trying to do everything in their k
FOR COURTEOUS CORRECT INFORMATION erson of Jacksonville are spending '/. The power to bring victory to our forces
PLEASE PHONE 147 several days thla week with purchase of War Bonds by the masses has been amazing. Men have

Mr. and Mrs. L. W Page left lucrative positions to take their
places in the
]dr. and Mrs. Charlie Miles are production line. Women
UNION BUS STATIONLACY the proud parents of a daughter, single and married, have gone to offices and shops, have taken jobs as
born June 22. d mechanics
CONWAY_ Agent Mr. and Mrs. Bill Griff and streetcar motorwomen, taxi drivers and countless other jobs.

temple Ave. Starke, Florida daughter attended church here Men and women have forsaken the less important things and are heading

Sunday night. up USO Red Cross,
hospital and other
There will be services at the activities because they know that

____ _._._ -,---.- ------.61' home of Mrs. Senle Prevatt Sunday "A WAR IS ON," and mothers and fathers with heavy! hearts have J
at 3:00: p. m. Everyone >Is their boys and ,
ATTENTION girls go into the armed forces
PIANO OWNERS, invited to attend. many of whom wilt never '

If eon have been ........ trouble obtaining si Tuner NOTICE return, because they! know "A WAR !S ON."

area roar opportunity..:.....MILO... JONRN. One of Flor. TO ALL DEBTORS AND CLAIM it.. :
ida' Better Known T. a manner home earKryale.e ANTS OF
HelKhts, and street. to .p" It d.rlarrJuly WARD DECEASED. *
........ if",
lad Aumml. A limited At yla.o.a the
Marke I........,.. K..,.....* Helsiht and ............. your You worn are hereby accounts notified agalnnt to file the So people are getting pretty Well led
,lee upevlal. attention to the I.......... of Chnrrbeo. eRtate of C. F. Ward with the up on this question being thrown j
territory' vlll be aerrpted for' ...1'...... dvrlns: ..... time' County Judge of Bradford County, "1\\ into their teeth on every side by
.r .,..... Clue OralWrite..'""..,, Florida within eight month from some clerk or Waiter or service man or
date hereof or name will be barred dozens of other classes of
i to MILO JONES by Statutes of Limitation;; that people who are drau'ing'bigger wages and salaries
debtors of cald eatate pay to E. C. .
410 Went Twentieth Street : Bald Ward estate or Harvey Marietta Ward Oeorala.F3. Executors. they have ever drawn why Because "A \\'ARS ON." So a lot of

JACKSONVILLE 6, FLA. Ward. C. Ward ExecutorsJune and Harvey people getting paid for rendering some kind of service to the public are

....... .. .. 23rd, 1944.5234t7.14 skating on mighty thin l
-- - - -"- - - - -- ice when they assume that only they know that 1 '

- -- .... --- --.- IN COUNTY CIRCUIT, FLORIDA COURT' ; NA CHAN- "A WAR IS ON," and on such assumption excuse themselves for the poor 1

UPH! Glen CERY.Holbrook Plaintiff vs. service they render. They! seem to think it is perfectly proper to see how \
Trade Wolf Holbrook Defendant little service
Case No. 3159. they can render, how discourteous they can be and haw much
\erhaps We can Save That 0 NOTICE TO APPEAR they can get for "giving' less for more."
'Volt Holbrook whose residence is 617 It
OLD :ndlana Street Hammond. Indian I-
You are required\ to appear on July e
PAIR I OF SHOES lath 1944. In the above named Court a ii
and CHUMP, wherein plaintiff seek* Due to the unusual conditions of a Wartime
divorce Bradford County Teleifraphshall economy! it would arum : '
Expert Shoe' Repairing & ReBuildingTHE weekly publish iHsues.Wltnens .this Order In next four that people would try to do more, and do it in a more gracious way' and .
mv hand and official ral
at Starke, Florida, this June 7th, many are doing so. but there are many who are not. They are using the
As OFFICIAL Clerk of said SEAL Court.T. ) A.. J. Thomas war as a club so to speak, as a screen to heckle a public that is the victim' ,

_______from__Park"0' ida..Frank Attv. for Landrum Plf. Starke 6-9-41-6-30, Flor of a war scarcity.! BUT THIS WAR WILL BE OVER SOME D.1)Ve r

will return to peaceful 'pursuits. There is going to be' a lot of lost motionin '

this transition. Jobs wilt be at a premium sooner or later. There will be t

millions of soldiers, sailors, war workers etc., who will be looking for jobs.
HfJMI't There will be millions, who are courteous, who will he bidding for your l

III61r business and they will get it, too and for the most part, they will get it 1

(< from those who have been taking a holiday on service' and politeness and m

'4I I: interest in your needs. A lot of business concerns and a lot of employees of /

e' 1 O i. business concerns will[ have a rude awakening some day soon. They will t
. .. "
... ", ,, wonder where their business has and why they can't
w \... "'- -" ."".>... A e I I gone get job.Vell.,
flail I a ,w d.. we think that they will not need to wonder. All they will have to do is I

--- f 'a -. think-think and remember that it is because they were among those who

i thought that only they knew "A WAR WAS ON," and thought it was ,

% their privilege to be curt and short to their customers, guests or patron



are trying to keep these thoughts in mind constantly. We are

daily telling our organization that they should do so.Ve hope we have

9 succeeded. One thing we promise you. If you call upon us for service or '
rre -
information you will never hear from one of our organization, no matter/ :4

I what is requested "DON'T YOU KNOW A WAR'S ON?" !
g r4. : We may not be able to render you the service or even the quality of
# Laundry or Dry Cleaning which you have had in the past but it is not

because we are disinterested and independent and are trying to throw up ;
that old worn and frazzled screen "DON'T YOU KNOW A WAR'S
ON?" to hide our apparent independence. Sure we can take in more work '

than we can turn out but next year we may be able to get more help and
.. '
more machinery or even less work; that is. if we are NOT interested in you t
.t ,.r'-- and your troubles at the present lima. '

'. / We want' to assure you this. If the "going" gets tough with us some

r ;.. 7 :;;; months hence, we hope it will not be because we thought w. were the only

/.. organization that knew "A WAR'S ON" and assumed It was our duty to .

*1"r apprise our every friend and customer of the fact. We are trying desperately

way I like to sic them said Gen. why th...'* a Fifth; War Bond drive on to do more and do it better than ever before We are appreciative of your ..

MacArthur aw the row of dead Jap now, a drive;in which yoti u needed to support consideration of us and even though we may have tried in the past, today I_
in dm'e
the the the fighting fronts who are facing the
w.-w men on
..& In dUo
traces" and will redouble efforts
we are taking up the "stack in the our to '
Sliest, crudest ohit meat treacherou force American
war r
** boy most have ever met 'nbat. We on the improve further our services. Thank you. ,
fight with savage =;
fury,fcn be home front let them down-
w killed! And on how .. t
'nll each and we won"So resolve now V) atleast f,
play his "
put depend
we live' of I double your Bond buying in Starke Cleaners and Laundry
many of hit buddies.Here 5"'WAR LOANThat' Dry !
on the home the Jth War Loan drive. This is the .
front,too,just e ,
Cheering" the '> time to do better than your Sear
attack on i.enough. JUNIUS M.



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', )I dlv rcc publish thl. Order In. next four :

,;i", weekly IflHUPtt.VVIincNif mv. hAnd and official ......' a f#2 f/iat n ;: t
at Blarke t'lori.l" UU. Juno' (It1M4 4 0
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SEAl) A. J. Thorn t
; As( Clerk of sold Court. 1 5w \t I +
1 Knight & Knight SUirke: Florid '' al w )
J' for 64t0: 1 t 'dY
I I' ,,

.t.1. IN CIRCUIT COURT, I1RAOJi'OHDj' i44t r
t t
JJf.Y Palmar, Plaintiff, vs, ) -
t H.
+ Caroline Demon. 1'nlmer. ,, UefendiinCa % (
' f Nn. 31B7.onDEIl > 4e. t /
OF Ft % J
OP'FLORIDA to: Caroline
>'r STATE .
Palmer, whose r"Hl Damon '
Care of Rlluwnrth Huntlntfton ::> + ,
a ii Killdvor Road liHmiU-n. Conu.
1 required to appear on July W
You are '
l' 1044 In the iilmva named Com. .. .
: wherein plaintiff. i et whdlvorro. ,
a and cause. Bradford County Ti'lpxruj: . !
t 'I':11101h. In next ton .x ,
thin Order ,
. i'
Weekly Issues. hand and, official HBI"Ii '1'r r li \7i C..
WltupHu Starkp, mv h-lurldn. this Oth day, of t.e; t'; ,a9'1
i JIfU.II -F .
; : ; VICIAI SEAL) A. J. Tliomn2l '-4 .
;:: <-rk of said Courte StarUe. Florl.lay . I
hl; 0-0-41
for Plf. +
!, Notice In hereby given thnt! tho,
of Tux" of
County.A..e.Mor County, ,CommUmonert will meet'i' with r. 'r itlY di
the Board of County office of th. v4t
said County in the .
'l of Court at Bturkt
:j Clerk of Circuit clo.-lc A. M. July F h.
Florida. at 10-OO 01
,t r. :Srd. A. complalnl"1941. for the and purpose receivtni M :i--

rt', hearing testimony. H.. to the value an of fixe"any; ?
1 properly, Ural or Personal. of
tho nald County Asiienjor .. ,.__.
f'l'' hv his. asHoiiBment. roll fur tivyear _,,
Taxes on 01
!"I" of lIlt 1. and for th* purpose *
? receiving and i ""lIlLllzlnlC.ut'h
X perfecting i
.. The County
1 ox"eanment T11
1 Board oCountr \
and the
.'II.' .B Hnr of Taxes may continui!
Commlaiiloner .
,, 0:J In pesKion. from day, to day be for nat oni..'
i'' week or M long. a may '
,.' **.ry. owning "ropt"rtylb." .
\ r, All persons."sp..m""t In Bradfort
lect'tu notified to up-
County, Florida meeting,
I, pear at such complaints or if ivuch :
\ to make such the v. lue ol
testimony. 811 to
i J l 11'r., any property.., real County or Aimessor <
Roll I
','. Taxesbupon. hi.,Ann"m ment
the may desire' th. Itonrdi c
{y d''' t Given by order... of BradfotCounty
\ County Comml
;i ; Florida, June Oth, A. t.
..I'}s. 19H. A. J. THOMAS 6.9-U-6.3Q Clerk

IV-, . ----

e, :., cn1JNTY
x' Htubba. Plaintiff. VOl.
I.G Defendant.OnDERO
j ,, Luna Hubbitrd Stubbs-
,. Case No.' 3101.

STATE laUlpnon
; Hunba.rd Stubba, whose residence
a North Carolina. July
You are required to appair on
mimed .
W the above
10th 1944. in
plaintiff s..I<
N and cause, wherein
a V Bradford County Telegraph!
t r,, f "vorce.ill publish this Order in next fourVltnmVmy
: hand and official: jeal.
f thin June 7l11.'P'ICJAL ,
y' Starke, P9orlda

1.' T..i d.,Clark Frank bets of for Landrum said SEAL Plf.< :, t'St..rks.A, .J.IH Thomas-4t-OjJO Florida Pie Fifth War Loan Drive ends dt4' 8th/

: -
t; Cane No. 21110:

(: ? 1 John BrftdHhaw VB. Jr., Plaintiff I AMERICANS I

+ "' June: Virginia. nrad h.w., Defendant[ i
'' ORDER OF PUBLICATION AND offices. That will be written in the final
; + NOTICE TO APPEARS: You in the factories. You in the answer And here are

,e State June of VlrKtnla Floritla la rare-Toi A/S Bradnhnw It., ,M.,Purcell who ereHhlenre You on the farms. You in the homes. figures on the Fifth War Loan Drive.

BOth C.T.D. Box 18J Middle UaorKlapollfKu 5 MORE reasons for buymgbehind

I+1 + You are, Cochran required lleorxrl' appear on July You cannot-you must not-fail to get For. this is the crucial, the all-important

I 1'1, tS' and 15th cause 1044.. Bradford In wherein the above County plaintiff named. Telci Court'{'raph eekidlvorca. your fighting man in this supreme, Drive. Never has the need for War Bond EXTRA Bonds in the 5th!

a z' + hall publish this. Order In next, totweekly
1 issues.Witness. . ,. heroic hour. buying been so great.

1 A'{ at Starke,mv Florida hand, and this official June 10th went 1* War Bonds are the best, the

( 184 1. THOMAS. He knows what's ahead. To make the Drive a success, you-and lafestlnvestmentlntheworldlBloody I

' + Clerk ot naia< Court.
'h (OfflrU. s..a"AII) bitter fighting. . superhuman toil everyone else-must buy at least twice as ,

M 1 k'p Starke.Attorneys Florida for Plaintiff . hardship. . pain. . perhaps death. many Bonds as you bought in the last drive. 2. War Bonds return you $4 for

} 61GftTTIN 'every $3 in 10 years.

CIRCUIT COURT BRAOFORD; He's facing it. He'll keep on If you haven't yet bought

l? q, COUNTY IN Case CHANCERY No."FLORIDA 3175 \facing it, as tong as there'sbreath ,, your full share, DO IT NOW! 3e War Bonds help keep prices

S' Vera Mae Morris Plaintiff l in his body and blood The time is short 1 Make down.

LIIU..tori8Morrl.. .. Defendant.

; '"l r ORDER NOTICE OP PUBLICATION TO: o'PPEARI! ANOSf"t. in his veins. w ": YOUR supreme effort in HIS 4. War Bonds will help win the

; r
i F 5 W.lV..of"Florbta M"la, whose. residence I I" {va J r supreme hour! Peace by increasing purchas.
Broad Street Augusta Oeorirla. But he wants to knowwhat's
3iutJ/e re ulrod to appear on July "" ing power after the War.
In the above named Court Remember-a
behind him. soldier
< +' f and cause. wherein plaintiff. .seek ,your

K; Weekly hall divorce.publish iHsuen.Wltneaa.Bradford.thl. Order County In Telegraph nexftour And you have only a few 5TH'WAR LOAN soldier is waiting for his an- 5. War Bonds mean education

r1N my hand and. official: eat for your children, security for
at tarkOl, Florida, this June 13th-, days left to give him the swer.
I'' i
1911 funds for retirement.
r A. J. THOMAS. you,
Clerk of said Court answer. ; What will it be. . from you?
C, 5ff.rl. Seal. )
1t Starke, Florida'
s Attorney for PlaintiffF
I ?.>;' '"

ej s 7 'w,1 r let, Thomas Evlrn 8.Joyce'.rnvt'IN Case CHANCERY,.Plaintiff. I DfenrtnntKvelvn No.; 317J


t>t"fii/ ,I ?I I'y Stale 1S13 35th"r. D.Ji'/orid.-Tol S.Street/C.Joyce North, whotin West ren IIt"n..1t VVa. hlInurton.

iili e + p,i ',,, required In the' above to appear named on Court July -

and cause. wherein. plaintiff aevkiidivorce. '*
,? *i. '' Bradford County Telegraphhall .
1 publish thU Order in next fourweekly ;
t/ .
t lasues.Wltnena mv hand .and official
r ;: lark", Florida. this, June 13th, ....
y t ru: i.
', \ A. J. THOMAS.IOfflrt.1 .
j As Clerk of sold. Court.

4,, % t 1{k' J.Jacksonville.Law Attorney S. HARRISON Exchange Seal for Florid Plaintiff"Bid*i FRANK'S FINE FOOD r BLANDING CENTER BAR GEM JEWELRY

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