Group Title: Bradford County Telegraph.
Title: Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Uniform Title: Bradford County Telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke, Fla.
Starke Fla
Publication Date: July 14, 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: VID04871
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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[ tiOl1 Center and BRADFORD COUNTY Home of the

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Side of,,Heaven

Official County Publication Established In 1877 '"

STAKKK FLOKUAFrtday. July J". I M4 ...'....._. n _ror_. _uu_.
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radford County Still $63,000 Short Joins USO Staff '

City Trucks Rapid Rise of RevenuesW

if f Fifth War Loan Goal: ; Wilson Says w= Collect Paper

mat Effort During Next Two WeeksAltbough r n Each Tuesday Places Management of CityIn

the Fifth War Loan' Cooperation -' Plans have been worked out by Realm of 'Big Business9Say
|:fe officially closed on July the Salvage Committee. with W ,
|adtord county Is atilt 63000.00 Russia Vital To M, Edwards whereby the city

ort of Its quota. There is! atlll Peace, Speaker SaysThe Wt trucks will pick up the waste paper I II Careful Attention Should Be Given '

[dunce to make the grade, how- s<,ti tr: a half day each week I To I {
r M "ii r has been announcedat vital necessity of post-war Next Thursday afternoon, July : They Will Not Approaching City Election

| E bond purchases will ben cooperation between the United 18, the truck IILplck up paperon Run For Re-election September 5There's

the quota through the States, Great Britain and Russia 1 Call street 'and north of Call

:alndef lied > of July. Jos. E. Wlla !- was emphasized by Gerald Priestly t street The business' houses and three The|>offlro lao,-"t on of the Mayor City Council and I a City Election coming up on Tuesday, Sept. 5,
chairman of the drive, urges I authority on International affairs v they. will pick Tuexday up on Cull afternoon are to 1M' filled In the! City I"and the last date for qualifying candidates is: Tuesday, I,

e public to continue heavy puree In lectures here this. week St. and south half of town. In Election on Tu w"luy, Sept. 3, August 15.Jhefie.
during the next two before audiences at the USO-Y1I- this way "it will be picked up Major Charles. A, lj arl>y matters should not be taken lightly in view of 1! I

leks. CA Club and'the Rotary Club every week on Call St. and every stated thin Week thut ht' wouldbe the fact that at least two of the experienced councilmen I it
Bradford County's quota was -- 'R I two a candidate" for rp-Hrct Ion. now helping to guide the
[ As an unofficial British ambassador II I > weeks in other parts of town. destinies of Starke through these 1
1:6.000.00,-900000 have and to been date reported.sales of of goodwill Mr. Priestly John M. Smith, Jr., arrived In. This pickup by the city trucks Mated Councilman that he K.was O.Mill Duncan unde- important times have announced that they will not be candidates 1

: has addressed thousands: of men' Starke last week to assume Ills cannpt\ extend: outside the city cldod. for re-election. i
$8,000 worth of
) sold at the premIered and women in army camps and duties as men's program directorat I limits except along the Jackson Councilman II. A. Blxhop, Usually there are no great issues in a City Election-
ids were airfields across the country. He the USO ville road north to the Farmers nothing to capture the imagination of the
In the Park'Theatre Tuesday Club, corner Temple who baa already\ served three voting public-
(lit. Louis Shafkln served as was brought to Starke throughthe &: Washington Streets. Just priorto Mill( keto Alt paper from other terms announced that he and consequently citizens are inclined to give the matter
sections of the'
Jctioneer Inducing spirited bld- CA. sponsorship of the USO-YM- his arrival here he attended a should be brought town to and the county court would not be a candidate for a little thought beforehand. If they remember to go to the
ham donated by Dart fourth. polls and cast a vote on election day they
g on a three weeks Orientation Course house.. I are doing well.
which brought J1.3OO, break- This man who was la Germany Councilman I* A. Davie. slated However, the rapid growth of Starke during the past
t bacon donated ,by the Tip when Hitler came! to power and New York City for those begin All paper to be picked up must that he would not beA four years has put the operation of
our city
knows .in*, vof ning USO-YMCA work be tied In bundles or put In boxes candidate for re-election. government
ropes Europe did:
|Grocery and a pair of ladles'it almost in the class of "big business" and
not hesitate and placed on steps! or walk whereIt a great deal of
to acknowledge the Than the voter of f Starkeare !
donated Mrs W. N. CarnBD )
care should be
can be easily! seen on the after- to see that the right men are placed
great debt: owed Russia for hold faced with the necessity of
|! wife of the Park Theatre Deputy Nabs ThiefIn in office to
off noon It Is to b e picked All these affairs
ing the Nazi hordes until the up. finding two good men to fill t
eager English speaking countries could ShadowOf kinds of pape and cartons are the plates vacated by these j w--. Tax Collections Up
Following the showing of two get ready to fight. County Jail wanted, but. must be clean and two experience councllmen. Figures compiled: in the office of the City Clerk show
shorts the Rev. L. A.
trlotlc free of
garbage. that real
He estate and personal taxes collected the
Itpherd condemned the narrow during I
chaplain at the Stateison
While other officials This Is -tha best plan that has first six months of this totaled l
( Farm made an inspiring : minds that think of Russia today county and been Kerosene Stove year $12,814.00, almost as
proosedjMr. Dyer, CoChairman much as the $13,755.00
Ilk the State Patrol collected during the entire fiscal
searched the
that the Amerln surrounding :
pointing out aa the "communistic athalatlc, ?. of'" tlae
Salvage Committee Cause of Fire 191142..
\ people are the most fortunatethe bolshevistic" Russia of 1918. "The : country, Deputy SheriffJ stated, and he said that year 1

world. United States and Great Britainare B, Rowe "pulled a fast one" he hoped the people will appreciate Once again an oil stove wan responsible Occupational tax collections\ have shown a similar increase ,
not the nations A total of 6277.00 ..collected\ from tim
same source
they and arrested a car thief late Saturday this extra effort on behalfof for the fire which broke
ags Warn Ownerso were In 1918," Mr. Priestly stated I afternoon as he drank the city offlc'l ttx and give during the first six months of this year, compared with
al out Friday afternoon In one of
"You have I $5,399,00 durinsr
had your New Deal I them the fullest/-IWVtlon.{ 194142.
Purchaseuto and we have had our Planned: coke the within a stone's throw of I I' With the accuL I FiTn of more the Wells apartments on East The collection of bonds and fines has also" shown a

Use StampsAlmost Economy And I say to you that County Jail. waste paper, i\r\ | f nays, that i South St. The place was occupied phenomenal increase bringing in $5,098.00/ during the first
Russia is not the same nation she The car, which was stolen just there Is a greater need for volunteer I by the O. O. Williams family six months of this year as compared with 2763.00 during
( half the cars on I Call was in 1918. Russia has moved this side of- the Bradford-Union I' help to tie paper. Those The fire department, called after the entire year 194142. A total of 9685.00 was collected
County line on Route 28, belonged'
were decorated with little from the extreme left toward the
who can help on Tuesday afternoon some delay, found the kitchenof from this source in 191243.
the windshield middle of the road, to Hamp Andrews, Jr, a resident''
gs on Tuesday just as Great
or Wednesday, If for the inflames
only apartment engulfed The
of Union county. It was stalled municipally-owned light and water plant has always
| the Treasury Department, thru Britain and the United States
an hour or should let him Mrs. Williams having
and abandoned about 9 miles from been a financial boon to the city since its beginning
Internal Revenue Service, have moved from the extreme ki.owMn, pilled kerosene the floor In
fcluoayllle, started at. drive toe right toward tJ1e' middle? of the that spot by the alleged thief. I 'l-| an effort to get over the stove out of and like every other business in this area has had rapid

motorists to 'purchas"a"t'heauto ; rood. Of course )/Rusela-"Wilt nave Buck Parrlsb... who\ explained that 4.. ;;-'John "Td.v! Smith. Jr., and the house Falling In this attempt growth since' the establishment of Camp Blanding. During
use laX"'lt mp.s' ,which her''sphere of Influence-la eastern he "borrowed"'the car. sons, Johnny and Tommy, arrived and noting the rapid spread of the the first six months of this! y ar.lf.I'Cht-and' water receipts
[ere due July 1. Europe; but I must remind you It was when ParrUh; stopped at In Starke yesterday to join flames, she was successful only In totaled, $56,259.00, as compared with a total of $87,172,00

j A deputy of the office tagged that' tha United States, too, has Gay's Service Station /soon after I Mr Smith, who is the new men's escaping with her two small chil- for the 12-month period 1941-42. In 1942-43 light and
1 cars not having! stamps with its !sphere of Influence .In the,Wes I officials had started a search for program director at the USO- dren from the burning house. water receipts totaled $125.914.00.OperatinK .
tractions stating that: "Youe tern hemisphere. If we split with the car. that he was picked' up YMCA They came here from Fuiiilflhings in the William" Expenses Stable! 'I't+

requested to call at your lo-t I Russia after the war and allow and jailed: by Rowe. Amlte, La., where they have been apartment were a total loss and Although revenue has increased rapidly, the figures v'
I post office and purchase a her to team up with a rejuvenated t Parrish, recently dischargedfrom / visiting Mrs. Smith's parents. wall were latch through by the indicate that the plant's operating have been ''held
[deral Use Tax Stamp. Falle I Germany or Japan we will have the Army. lives In the farmIng They will have an apartment at flames Fire Chief R. C. Buford expenses
well in line. Such for the first six months of this I
to da so will result In further another war on our hands In 20i I section between New River the W. C. Powell residence on said although be did not disclose expenses 1
nalties, years." Station and Brooker Ifl I West Washington Street I I the extent of the damage. year were $27,468.00. while expenses for 'the fiscal year
1941.42 were 4420500. Operating expenses for the 12-
month period 1942-43 i
1 It Starke Mother Has 5 Good Reasons For Wanting End of WarM City's general were operatingexpense for the first six ,

months of this year was 19544.00, as compared with $20-

135.00 for the 12 months: of 191142. Total general expenses -

"'" .. . . .. . in 1912-43 were $26,060.00.
Road and bridge expenses for the first six months of

oii : this year were $7,497.00 while the total for 1911-42 was.

W. $8,618.00. The total in 1942-13 was' $12,588.00.

..i. ;. ,5 Because of homestead exemption assessed' \ valuation

'., . .. ....., 'of city property has dropped to $1,201,901.00 after climbing I
. '...y.. .,' in 191243.! In 1941-42 the assessed
../.....::1.,Ii" .. ,' ( ! , $1,633,150.00
; )\ valuation was 121411900.

':.:;il''I: !'.;* I :\ IIIIIfiII"w. : / : The fact that Strong the City's Financial financial Position status is in tip top

... 'Pl..-," : ; shape is indicated by the "out of the red" figure of $11,137

L '(///: which was the City's bank balance on April 1, In additionto k

,1i "A. / this! the City owns $60,000 worth of Series F Govern

.t ? ment bond

,, S The City now owes only $42,000 on the "old" debt and r

_J $50,000 on the "new" debt The City Dads: would gladly

k h pay off the old debt which carries 6 percent interest but
t it is not due until Jan. 15, 1916 and the bonds are not call

able until that date.
At the present time the City is paying off the new debt

of $50,000, which carries! 3 percent interest at the rate of
.. --, $1,000 on principal and $750 in interest. Two such payments -

I : Blake Mrs. Jackson Robert Richard have already been made.

In view of(; the fact that the administration of the affairs -
senteace'about radio In the Merchant
and a operator
companlonably together
By :Mary Jo Kent1Ir1 lines of a V letter for a ly of Starke has entered the realm of "big business! its
"home" which sUe read Until the world turned upside Marines opeiatlng somewhere ir
Margaret Jackson Is wear. aloud. down, and Morris, a National the Mediterranean area untl ( more important than ever before that able men be electedto

-g a five star Service pin with were always home boys", Guardsman before Pearl Harbor about nine months ago when hi serve on the City Council. An intensive effort should
Qnp honor and with modest she said "They were good boys, > quit his Job behInd the drug coun- wan transferred to an operator' be made to persuade the right type of candidates to run
ride! . to the He's a school on Long Island. Rich'. in September i if the present
too ,' from the time they were .,# ... ter Join army. for the vacancies coming up
For Billy, the last of'the Jack- little lada. They helped me and ,.', .; Staff Sergeant now stationed letters are full of a Yankee las/ experienced members abide by their decisions not to seek

"." boys, followed his four broth- they helped each other . ate somewhere la New GuInea He named. Mary.William I re-election. k.
t Morris, Blake, Robert and whatever was set before them and ., married MNs Veta Mae Wardof the last to go Is luckyto .
"Cllar into trouble
the Service of never caused me any / !. from the house. The negro
11 furlough about a year ago and where he can wranglea Would-be Thief
country recently to give ever! dropped, a broken cue stick whichhe a
take a after Morris left, she stayed onto occasionally and drop In to e
pans and
Story Parallel to that True the boys had been "soodboys" Slugs ProprietorOf had used for a weapon
the glorified live with Mrs. Jackson and see mom and his wife the former
Sullivan fled
quintet reared In the pleasant'atmospbere
ad < stenographer In the Loudon of Local CafeSam
(0 give work as a Margaret< Keystone
Margaret Jackson a of a home, typical: The cue stick was used as circumstantial -
'" in I Post laundry at Blandlng. who, with their two year old son,
every .
branch of the Ser- home was typical.of I evidence against Henry -
the Sullivan of the
as ; Samrs, proprietor
.te the Army the Navy, the great "middle of the .. ';' It was two years ago ,In January Billy Tom, Is living with her mo- Reed. who. witnesses said had rbe.n
"Corp,, and the Marines! way the of American: life. road"l <].i;.".). that Blake got a stiff whiffof ther-in-law on the Colley road Canteen, corner of Walnut and seen with the .stick, taken

And beside her five sons Mrs And too, the "one for all .- salt breeze and took off from Just east of town. Madison' street" Is recoveringfrom from a Reno pool room, earlier
Ickson "has accredited The boys' father, H. Car! Jackson head wound Inflicted -
a daughter Mrs. I all for one" tradition Starke to Join the Navy. Now a severe that night
Wise Cain, who Is serving Amer-. to the Sullivan clan fits the Jack- having earned a Storekeeper 1-crating dle"d last spring adding to' lat Wednesday about mid- Reed Is confined In the City
a a the. home front by work-I sons to a T. For during the past he's a pay clerk stationed I the burden of his wife's loneliness night when he was slugged as Jail under $200 bond waiting the
1C, as a welder In the shipyards 14 years that the family has resided somewhere In the South Pacific I . leaving her alone to he passed the Mlddleton home on accumulation of additional eve

*!Key West. while Mr. Jackson la Starke. aU the Juvenile . was home In January. wait for their son to come home. Madison street dente
pelf! carries on an essential'Portatlon I citizenry knew 'that to pick a | Robert Jackson followed Blake A less courageous woman would His assailant crouched In the

nes, Job with Orange fIght with one of the Jack on Billy I into the Service choosing the Air have shed a pretty tear as she bamboo hedge which edges the FROM: CHPLAIN HALL .
Inc., at the same time boys meant trouble with the other Corp, and is now an InstructorIn Invited her frfends' sympathy Middleton yard to slug Samra in Louts Shafkln recently receiveda
drug ;
I"Ping lip her home "as nearly tour . for the Jacksons stucktogethel' a Job at with corner talent for mechanics "Radar" at the Boca Raton Margaret< Jackson squared her what Is purported to be an attempted V-Mall letter from Col. P. O.
PllOlllble like the boys remem- . with gusto Robert a I Air Field near Ft. Lauderdalehere shoulders to the task of keeping robbery of the restaur- i
It' became a projectionist In a Hall, who will be remembered
In fact, they ate slept, lo Florida. He married Hilda !. fires bright. It was ant receipts which Samra carried
i the home
all local movie house while Bill was here of the
together as one popular chaplains
Standing at her poet In the and went to school [ for Central Truck Lines. Haklnt from Keystone Heights the leant! she could do she said, at the Ume. I
'lwhler'lI' Bradford Hi'h'to agent with the 79th Division
booth from a little baby girl, such sons The robbery was frustrated whenit
er, her at Blandlng Cen- graduating and butter1 I Ijot But after work, each came hometo and has pretty to be worthy of five
.:dly attractive gray hair care- get good "bread Rich and I sample mother Jackson's cook- I Hilda Lane who'll be two years , her "loan" to the United when Samra not entirely unconscious was stationed at Blanding. He '
;IIII01)klng! arranged to frame a youth- ,; 1:1. a good town. Starke atJd i I"g. An! so It was that a happy 'old come November. States Army the Navy from the blow screamed: ,asked to be remembered to all his r

hap brown face Mr Jackson's Blake Blandin worked post offices; Morris got American: : family lived contented. | Rich Jackson, at 19, had been and the Marines! for help and Dr. MldJleton ran friends. in Starke.Trading .
eyes searched the,



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J'i BIIADFOHS 12, 1944, .---.;;:
i iv (.IIU..T ('ot'nT. Inclusive ativ t'' ,,
prepared yet! American soil might now be running red with the OVERSEAS WITH RED CROSS ('oi\rv. FI.OHII iv HN-- nCARl, +" '11Rptl'

"i ; BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH blood of "0. I. Jills" In addition to the sacrifices made on foreignsoil Alice lllzell Royster. a graduated afar t''/'',1?'.Mand..lI. At o n II time Clt) ::t.\.. ,; ',;_n.t>l

a y by O. I. Jims. You can never place the blame for these deaths of B, H. S. and daughter of known as Miriam Orossman.Defendant.Case Plain-. 6-30 3t 7-14 't
; Established 1877 Harvey Weiner,
V. of Tallahassee tiff, vs.
I on President Roosevelt. Mrs. Luce. No one-not even the membersof Clyde Royster No 3211.ORDF.R : roTirr
; E. L. Matthews ______..?___? Editor and Owner la serving in the European Thea- OF PUBLICATIONANI COI'N'r"rmrt'iT polar
FLonl ,
could believe [)
your own party you APPEAR 1lNl
i tre as an American Red Cross NOT1CK TO ":11"
;' SUBSCRIPTION RATE STATE OF FLORIDA to: liar- J C. M'cClendon, Plaintiff
staff assistant. She was formerly Weiner whose residence la % Esther McCI.ndcn \
: i Yearly. $1.75; Six Month, $1.00 Soldiers Should Not Quite a little resentment was employed as manager of the dupli- Jacob vey Weiner (Father) 203 Forbes No 3139.ANiENOTI. tJ..rpnda, ki'

i.Y Abuse Facilities stirred up In nome quarters by aProvided cating department at the State Avenue,are New required Haven, Connecticut.You to appear .on P ToLll'AT103/

Publlfthrd Weekly on Fridays and Entered M Second CUa Matter ,letter recently published], in the Woman's College.IN August 7, 1944. In the above named STATE 4&F FLOa1tIApP'Ah Z
at the Fnat Office at Starke Florida. For Them Court and .cause wherein plaintiff Esther !
soldierat whose
!I y Telegraph, written by a seeks annulment of marrla e. Brad I. unknown. reeldep
In the ford County Telegraph shall publishthis You are required
Camp Blending and describing the "frightful" conditions t
A More' Informal Why should editorials be wrlt- : mCtlT COl'ltT. BRADFORD Order In next four weekly IssueH. July 24th, 11144. In the abur. r ,
ten >In such stilted and formal rent room provided by the county especially for the use of servicemen COUNTY FE.OH1UAI 1% 1IIA1-: Court and cause. wherein plums,.
j ;
Tone In Our seeks
and situated on the courthouse grounds. CKIIV.Plncua Witness my hand and official dlvorc. Bradford !'
phraseology It it necessary" Baron Plaintiff vs. Minn I. seal at stark Florida, this. June Telegraph shall publish rum
Editorial Column We informed those who should know this Is In next tour this Ore,
.i to bore reader to death In are by that place Zupen Baron Defendant. Clue No. 30th 1944.OFFICIAL! weekly Issoee
; SEAL) A. J. Thomas '
:{\ -t order to Instruct him or to ,let him know the newP aPeis opinion off cleaned daily and If "frightful" conditions exist It la because of i 320 ORDER, OF PUBLICATION AND A( Clerk of sold Court.Walter . seall. at Starke, Florida this afBel19th !
In I NOTICE TO APPEAR C. Hardesty, Daytona Beach, 1..4 Jur
abuses by the men themselves. Naturally no place can be kept
: a matter? STATE OP FLORIDA to: MinnieZepen Fla. Atty. for Plf. 7.7 4t 7-28 (OFFICIAL. SEAL) A, J. *
r' tip top shape without the cooperation of those for whose benefit : Baron whose residence I I. A e Clerk of said Court. bOllia
te, It the editorial column Is the voice of the editor why should It 1760 Hoe Bronx New York. Joe Hill William., Lak,
It was provided. AV.nUer IK ciiirnT roinr.'OI BRADFORD Florida Atty. for Bun
J; ; not speak aa informally aa the editor would If he were discussing You r..d to appear on ( "NTV. FIA/BhI)41 IV CHVncnr. PIt, .
July 28th 1944, In the above namedCourt .
.} J y these matters over a cup of coffee with a very cloae friend ? anti cause, wherein plaintiff Odford W. Ballard Plaintiff vs. :
Dads Could Have c. Naaworthy and others seeks divorce Bradford Co un t yTelegraph ''IY: riRCl'ITr
known Lou COURT
Louise Morris also as
Strange that these questions never occurred to us before, Here shall publish this OrderIn SIR'nFOR
who are striving make a sucSCOlltiftPro lee Morris I IMllnrd, Defendant 'rT. FLOH'D", I'
A Lot 01 Fun In next four weekly .Innurx.Wltnemi (Rla'
I } + we have been struggling these years to make our editorials sound Case No. 2106. ERY.
for hand and official neat
cess of the training course po- my Peter Diego La
,,1' like oracles rather than the mere Ideas of a country newspaper at Starke, Florida this June 24th ORDER OF PUBLICATION AND Lucie Mandanl..1 nOla, Plalntll! r
tentlal Scoutmasters that Is now 1944. NOTICE TO APPEAR La Rosa '
f man. Silly bit of pretense, wasn't it? STATE OF FLORIDA to: Louise S1J6 Ufena
In progress' are somewhat discouraged because of the absence of (OFFICIAL, SEAL,) A. J. Thomas Morris also known as Louise Morris antORDER OF PtRL1\TIOS
j'. From now on we hope to make our editorial column come down "new material" at these meetings.It Aa Clerk of said Court. Ballard whose residence. I a AND NOTICE TO APPEAR
Walter C. flardenty Daytona Beach.Fla. STATE OF
i, to enrth-where It belongs. We will let you know what we're thinking has always been a mystery why more men-especially' those Atty for Plf. 6-30 4t 7-21 Stockton are, California.You required to appear on Mandanlcl Is La Rosa Jo' whose. r.sldn Luu,'

(: P ,, without trying to make It sound; like a communique from with young sons-do not take a more active interest In Scouting.For July 31st 1944, In the. above named o lcJ 80th Street, IJrooklYn: i.
1 ':.totle. The tone will be completely Informal and we will wel- Court and cause, wherein plaintiff You are required to
some strange reason It seems that of the men most activeIn seeks divorce Bradford County APPtar
many ':Y rut ii IT to TUT. HIIAI>FOIIICKitr. > July 21.t, t944. In the '
j l'l':0' ;! \: jaw-backs from Teadera. Let us know what YOU'RE think- Scout leadership are men without children and 'some parents will ('OI'N'' .''''. FLOHID.4/. I" l'HA I Telegraph next/ four shall weekly publish issues this OrderIn i, Court seeks and divorce cause Wherein above Plain nom,:,'

', t; I J. too. Of course we're only human so an occasional kind word not even put forth the effort to encourage their onato attend meet- D U.: Knight, Plaintiff Witness my hand and official. Telegraph U'.h'' !> publish Bradford thi,Corn.
thrive criticism .l., ., v. seal at Starke, Florida, this June In next : wekly Issue. Oh1Wltnes |
also BO .
But on .. *
be lapped up eagerly. we Ings. .e.- -. ,< > ---I !--- Obe F. Hall. Defendant 28th, 1944. I my hand and .

I '.t think it's necessary to pull your punches. Come on Let us The only reason we can see for this Indifference on the part of NOTICE Case TO No. APPEAR 320 Aa Clerk of said Court A. J. Thomas, I at UU"Starke. Florida. this .rliial.June',II,;

r have Itl! fathers .Is that many of them do not know what fun Scouting Is STATE 01>' FUUIUDA: Tt Ube F. (OFFICIAL SEAL) (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J, Thom
r Hall. 4817 Clara ,Street Bell California Knight &: Knight, Starke, Florida As Clerk of said Court,
Perhaps you've noticed-at least we hope you have-that the and how much real pleaaure they would get out of It themselves If .. .. I Attys. for Pit. 6-30 4t 7.21 Walter C. Hardexty Daytona n.

I' ', editorial column has been missing from the Telegraph in recent they took a more active part. The best way for them to find this You are notified that a bill of I Flo rids Atty; for IMf! |>
complaint has been filed In the' 6234tI.NOTHK .,
1 months. This practice was made necessary during the political cam out la to attend the Scouting course now being conduced each above court and cause to foreclosea i IV('OI'YTY(.n'T.T. FLORIDA C'OIRT. BRADFORD('H."%- -

palgn Because of gasoline and tire restrictions candidates could Thursday night In the community house at the State Farm. Most purchase. money mortgage agulnxt unv.Thelmn.
the following real property to-wit: Hutto, Plaintiff, v.. Will- TO ALL DEBTORS' AXn ("'..Aly
I : not cover the state aa thoroughly as in former years and used an men are anxious to stay young, both in mind and body. Well here Beginning 332 feet North of Ni lam Hutto, Defendant. Case No. ANTS OF ESTATE OK c I
of N W' of Sec. 10, Twp. 7 'V A RD. DECEASED.
4 I
1 unprecedented amount of advertising space in order to get their is a golden opportunity to renew your lease on youth. 9 corner, It. 22 E, thence run South.t. I 3183.ORDER OF PUBLICATIONAND You are hereby notified to n
', messages' across; to the voteis. We omitted the editorials during I I feet, thence run West 725.7 to NOTICE TO APPEAR your sworn accounts' agulimt u
i' ) East line of State Road 2S. thencerun STATE OF FLORIDA to: William estate of C. F. Ward with II
,t' ,3'' this period not because we considered' them the least important Soldier Has Plan It's remarkable' how simple ev- Northwesterly along- East line Hutto whose residence Is 464 MeetInir County Judge ef Bradford Count,
lor I said road 631.G feet, thence run Florida within eight month ,
Charleston, fro
Street South Caro
In the but because there certain items of news Problem In life! becomes If
thing were you
paper, Sure To Solve ery Kant: 889.6 feet to POH, situate In lina. date hereof or same will be ham
that MVST b* printed each week if the paper were to continue to Just alt down and ,think It out. I Bradford County Florida: and you You are required to appear on by Statute of Limitation, n,.
Post JJ Or Problem are hereby required to appear (personally July 24th 1944, In the above named debtor of said estate pay to R '
:1" fulfill its duty of keeping the public Informed. The edltoiialg, though For Instance a news release or by attorney) In said Court and cause, wherein plaintiff Ward or Harvey Ward, Ecuio<

f Important to a paper are not a matter of "life and death" and from Camp Blandingtells us that Cpl. Mlrvln Meatier worried over court or the and Bill cause of Complaint on July 31.will 1944.betaken Telegraph seeks divorce shall publish Bradford. this County OrderIn aid estate E. ,C.Marietta Ward ,and Oforgla Harvey.

can be omitted for a few weeks with no great harm done. getting his old job back after the war, sat down and wrote the following as confessed. by you PYad- next four weekly I Issues.Witness Ward Executors
ford County Telegraph Is designated my hand and official June 23rd. 1944.234t7.14
suggestion to his former bosses at an Industrial plant: -
to duty-pnbrtsh this notkr seal at stilrker Florida, this June -
Particularly pleasing In Tues- "Replace your drafted personnel with good looking marriageable Witness my hand and the official 17th. 1144OFFICIAL.
A Strong Peace Plank seal of said Court this June 28. ( SHAD A. J. Thomas,
+' n' day morning's paper wa the item rlrls. Then when the soldiers return they will marry the girls, set 1944. As Clerk of Maid Court, TO CM6CK% CIA
i, Would Be Great Asset A. J Thomas, J H. Mirrlxnn, Jacksonville., FlorIda ..
that a group of Democratic Sen. 'em up housekeeping and get back their old jobs. This will\ save Clerk of said Circuit Court. Atty. for Plf. 8-23-4t-7-14 J4IN1DAYS

To Democratic Platform ators will make everv, effort to you the trouble of firing the girls! and everybody will be happy," H.(OFFICIAL V. Knight StJAI, Starke. ) Florida, Attorney

r.4 see that a strong peace plank Is Included In the party's platform, Simple isn't It ? for Plaintiff! 6-30 4t 7-21 NOT"I1.1 a

hi noon to be propounded. The registration books of the City ta4e 666Liquid
t Starke will be open for registration
Not to do would be Indeed In view of the fact IN ('IIU'I.T. toner, mtvin-'ouu of electors from Friday Julv
so folly especially .
UNCLE, ('01 >'r\, ..OltlU.V| IN tllAN- 14, 1944 through Saturday August for Malarial. Symptom
2'' rl liri that the Republican platform miserably begged the Issue with a ('KKV.Cathetlne. Mara milt y Coucoulas,

;c.; waste of weasel words. 1'l.itntlff, vs. James Coucoulux, 1>Hfendunt -

{;, Y We believe that the American people want definite commitments JQIE'S OK DISH. Case OF No.F'trBI 3210.lC'ATIOV FOR SAFETY, COMFORT AND ECONOMY RIDE
1 IC i fir' 14 on pout-war peace. They want It down In black and white. Mr( AND NOTICE OF FL.OKIRA TO APPEAKSTATE to: JamesCoucoulus.

r1 \ They want a blueprint of plans for its maintenance and they're 1.r. .1. .- W . 3125-IMth street Apt. FLORIDA MOTOR LINE BUSSESFOR
( ) ,: 2-c, Jackson Heights Queens County -
tlf going to vote for the party that gives It to them. rt I.onw Inland, New York COURTEOUS CORRECT INFORMATION
F You. are required to appear on
w v' The Republican platform said nothing definite which means 4b By ;J_ L. HARRELL August 7th, 1944, In the above named PLEASE PHONE 147
." 4_ Court and cause!, wherein plaintiff
fit' they Intend to do exactly nothing toward maintaining permanent seeks. divorce. Bradford County
l'o ''Telegraph shall publish this O'd'rIn
world peace. Just after the Charleston earth- that every time Herble tried to next four weekly. InsuesWitness .
{ Worse than that, by their plank advocating that any treaty quake In 1886, the colored peopleas peep Mr. Roosevelt's hand the my hand and official seal UNION BUS STATIONLACY

+{ } agreement" to attain international alms. of the United States well as the whites-got cards were turned down to wherehe at 1944.Starke Florida, thla June 30tU,

yt 1 tall be made only by and with the advice and consent of the "Earthquake Religion" and, when couldn't tell -anything at all (OFFICIAL, SKAT) A. J, Thomas l CONWAY, Agent
As Clerk of said Court.
tale of the United States, provided two-thirds of the senator peaking about a certain young about what was what. Now Walter C. Hardenty. Daytona Beach. Temple Ave. Starke, Florida

went concur' they have gone even further than the Constitution colored man, old Uncle Andy that made Herbie mad (since he'd Fla. Atty. for Plf. 7-7 4t 7-28
y a said: "Mars Willie know dat made such an outstanding record ,
This Is the ya
treaties same
f which applies the two-thirds rule only to iv rmriiT rntnT. nil.\DKOIIiOl >
l yalla) nigger da.ts been 'soclatlng at the job himself) so now he's '' .
I two-thirds rule that sabotaged the League of Nations and now ( X' I'Y. KI.OHIU4I IV CH.ll.HY. %!%-
k wid udder folkalea' chickens so fighting Mr. Roosevelt tooth and .
.! It not to treaties but even T.uther C Ogle. Plaintiff vs. AnnaF.
the Republicans would have apply only
r '
Well done toe nail and to
( much lately? he gone playing wet nurse ; Ogle- l Defendant Case No 3214.
( to such agreements as those providing for Lend Lease which may an' got hese'f a good done ob young Tom Dewey so he can have ORDER OF PUBLICATIONAND Prompt Service Careful Driven

now be put into effect by a majority of both houses' liglon.' I the privilege of peeping la his I STAT OF NOTICE FLORIDA TO APPEAR to: Anna F.Olrl. ,

t Yes It looks as If the Republicans are getting set to go places My mother happened to overhear hand. .., wlioae address< Is LaFltte,

I' fast In the post-war world! The real truth of the matter Is that him and said:' "Uncle Andy, But in my humble# opinion the Louisiana.You are required to appear on Starke Taxi ServicePhone

I the hide-bound characters who still control the party do not want you mean he's got REligion, don't Republican Party would go a lot August. 5th. IIH4. In the above. named -
Court and wherein plaintiff
t cause -
--ale l 'a to go anywhere In the realm of International relations. They 'were you ?" further if they kept ex-president seeks divorce Bradford County -

d 4 happy In the days of Calvin Coolidge and Herbert Hoover and they "No mam," Uncle Andy shook Herbie In the background, the Telegraph In /next four shall weekly publish Issues.this. Order 150

.t just won't admit that the world we lived In then will not be the his head emphatically "Ola am further back the better. Old man .. Witness my hand and official
( It all." seat at Starke, Florida, this July
de fust time he's had at
:, same world we live In tomorrow. John Q. Public has(a lot In com- 5th 1944.,

+ In spite of some feeble "window-dressing" attempts at putting So regardless what the English mon with the elephant and he Aa'Clerk' of said Court A. 'J. Thomas, Day Night

that Herbert grammar says first you get ain't forgotten that two chickensIn I
;; H stress on younger men In the party everyone knows (OFFICIAL SEAL)
If 'liglon then later on you ge) Re- : Knight &: Knight Htarke.: Florida"
pot promise
every yet.
Hoover controlled the convention ,and that Dewey Is his protege. Atty. for Plf. 7-7 4t 7-28

.i'l ( the Republican Party were really rejuvenated and ready to take ligion! ,
{ be the Well, whatever you. call it, I ..
Wlllkle would now
world order Wendell
part In the new .
almost lost all I had when I read

a 1 t party nominee. the other day where ex-President

Fb r i Yes, Wlllkle was progressive, he understood what was happening world Hoover sounded off giving Have a Coca-Cola = Let's relax a bitt

t In the world, he waR ready and willing to go all out for a President Roosevelt the New Deal

'.j ( peace organization and what did the Republicans do? They kicked and us Democrats In general what ..

t' him out The Republican Party Is still In a rut and we can' Paddy gave the drum. I didn't

11 '' lieve It will get to first base In November because the Americanpeople know my wife was standing near-

F are too far ahead of Its hide-bound half-measures. by when I said "damn" sort of
soft like and was awful surprised
when she accused me of cuasln',
can't over
Somehow we get
Herbert hoover Still the just as if it wasn't perfectly nat.
the fact that Herbert Hoover
'. Rig Boss of The ural for a Florida cracker to say
out. the
man who ,let us sweat "damn" when reading an article I Ik It
; Republican Party depression (and we'd still M
IF great about anyone named Hoover (except -

be sweating for all he 'ever' did about It) would have gall enough of course, J. Edgar). ti !

f ( to Intrude himself on the Republican convention, not being content I'm. a Democrat and a Roose-

&fItc , i' to work behind the scenes for Dewey's nomination but steppingo 'veltlte and wll cast a vote for

;7 ' ''P + o the limelight to get In his two cent's worth against the man FDR next November If his hat's

k o' did what Hoover failed to do-snap America out of It! in the ring and I'm still living.

4y iIi As one political columnist put It: "Don't let anybody kid you Now I might have been different
and Intellectuals If I hudn't had to bum, cigarettes
9;! ir or during the coming campaign-the political
from those with makings or
of this convention was a man named Herbert Hoover.
from the
retrieved butts gutter
for the Republican Party In the
any accusation be more damning duringthe era o; "prosperity"when

eyes of American voters? We think not. The American people were each wage earner was

xtyrl Hoover In 1932 and they want no more of
,, through with Herbert promised two chickens In his t ,

him or any of his proteges now. dinner pall. Two chickens my c

eyed Very few of ua Florida

+ P Mr3. Luce's Drama Another speaker who could have farmers had even enough sow

Y lit been dispensed with and no harm belly to season a pot of collard
' Would Sound Better
done to the Republican conven- green.
l W 1 From New York Stage tlon was Orchidaceom Cia Ire Now If Mr. Roosevelt had been

Yl, Booth Luce who once was a good playwright and still SHOULD be. real nice to Herble and listenedto

;; 1k" Somehow we feel that Mis., Luce is still\ writing drama presentIng his "good" advice during the
t b of rather than the New York vast 12 years maybe the ex-pres-
_t. o I it now on the floor Congress upon
{ ; ident wouldn't be so dead set
i: t stage. The resulting disadvantages to her country and the entertainment -
against him now. But it seems
'i I
h world are obvious We hnve an uncomfortable feeling

1. !,' that her every phrase is studied for dramatic effect and her careless'

'w' denouncement of post war world cooperation as so much "globaloney" . or a little minute long enough for a big rest 1

yt' ' might do irreparable damage to the very thing for which we are 4 ACTION I RELIEF
i r"i 4 all hoping. It might do damage that l Is, If anyone chose to accept This year again, communities are growing vegetables. Hard-working garden. i

t 4 Mrs.Her Luce convention as a statesman episode rather In which than a she dramatist.attempted to lay blame FOR ACID INDIGESTION ers grow tired'and thirsty.Just three words, llav a "Cottt", always sound like I I /

a Ir for the death of "O. I. Jim" at the door of President Roosevelt was music at times Iike that. With Ice-cold Coca-CoLt in your refrigerator you are / 1

l an affront to the Intelligence of the American people. it was e
ready for the pause that rtjrtibtt at any time. Plan to have a supply oh hand
j' not a Republican President who dealt with the visibly rising menaces ,

of Hitler. and Mussolini and Hlrohito," she smugly proclaimed. :s: 1 ice-cold. Coca-Cola stands for the parse that ref. /6. ,-has become a symbolof

i a Perhaps not, Mrs\ Luce, but If memory serves us right It was a friendly refreshment to folks at work and at war. *

t group of Republican Congressmen who led the attack on every preparedness ,
p it 1 ''t measure advanced by President Roosevelt from the times I 50cCarpenter's @ lta natural for popular names
( p49 IOTTIID UNOII AUIM01ITT. Of Tilt COCA-COIA COMPANY |y to acquire friendly abbreviation
it the fortification of Guam the until
proponed on through years (
That'a why youCocaCoU :
A ''h 4 a'' they finally saw the light after the attack on Pearl Harbor. Yes STARKE COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO. called "Colt* *

t fah Mrs. Luce, if there had been a Republican President bo aid and abet Drug Store

\jl + these misguided Republican Congressman we might not have been H744TViCCPAG" <



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H. M. Rlcharde -
and Jane |
and leave with his parents, Mr and IX MEMORY!: OF FUMED !
Henry Rlcharde have returned Mrs. M. L. Crews MY HUSBAND I 1tcD.'DT L.UIS(1 married and has two children, la
Farm from Jacksonville small but vital part in the McDavId,
where Roy
tate they vIsIted Mr. and Mrs. Frank Crews popular young I glad to bo near home, he has already -
relatives for several days the My heart is saddened greatly by capture of Rome was played by barber with the Bradford BarberShop
spent past week-end ,
itryanv'hufleld in with Mr I found out something about 1 1I 1i
early the week.
BY Mr.I and Mrs. W. L. Warren In Wau- the Technical Sergeant'; Bernard Cohen I for the pant two year! waa I
Mr. and Mrs. Hairy L.. Tyson chula. Loss of my dear husband, whose home Is StnikeSgt! inducted Into the Army last week i the rigors of Camp Blandlng

Birthday PartyHoaoring and baby, Linda Joyce, of Miami, Mrs. Ray Waters and daughter When I go to God, He gives me Cohen has Just been commendedfor and has been stationed at Camp Mining and states that he has

Dianne and Randy who spent last week with Mr. and Ray Fiances, of DeLand are mak- Strength to endure the fine work he did with a Blamllng for his basic training, I all eady been through more than I'I
Mrs. R. }1.
and second Tyson, were luncheon
on their I third ing an extended visit to Mr and Peninsular Base Section ordnance Although McD.ivkl, who Is he ever had in his life before
idea Harde guests of Mrs W. L. Wall In I am glad at t times when human I
IbdaY' '' Mr Staike Mrs. M. C. Roberts unit In preparing American tanks! .,"_'"'---,_.. ,,,,,,, .,,-,,..-----,-, .----
on sarength '' , , .
Sunday afternoon at Thursday for I Fl.nmlrnlllln100h111Y.11111IIIWII.IV.IIIIIIIII.IIIIIIIOU' '' '' ' ll.Uol 'Ipi/IYMV' II IAII.IIIIIIII'III'' ''''" ,1111111.UY1"''' ''iii''111'mi/ 'NMmni''' p111111PI,1Il1.i i .......,.. ...i
Mrs. I, the final assault on Rome.
a J. Williams and Mrs. .
hams parr her parents Mr. and Miss Jacqueline Woodward left M. C. Roberts were luncheon Fails us, I Working in shifts': day and night CHURCH OF CHRIST
Ro berta. Bowls of 'os- Tuesday ,to visit relatives In Pa- guests of Mrs. E. L. Hewett In We have a' Cod In Heaven to Sgt Cohen and other members of

Idded to the attractiveness of l atka for a few days before goingon 'Lake City on Friday. take a hand the ordnance unit did a record job Aubrey Mercer' :Minister _

roolllS foi the occasion and to Tampa to fill a position as R. J And help us to enduie of arc welding In a 10-day perIod SUNDAY 10:00 A.
Cpl. M. Bible
of pink and blue dlctaphone typist in the main Dowling returned to I : : Study
chen before
e tarried out in the beautifully staff office of the Florida Council Ft, Knox, Ky., Thursday, after Oil how we do miss him, but we I Thousands the of capture gicutters (of extensions Rome 11:00: A. M. and 7:30: P. M. Preaching and ...
cake and attractive fa- for the Blind. spending a five day furlough with know Communion.
on tank hacks to give additional
orated his
l rI and candle! *. Ice cream Plc- Mr. and Mrs. J. A Bouvier Dowling parents., on Mr.account and Mrs.of his That Cod above knows best. support on soft or boggy ground) ,, WEDNESDAY: 7:30: P. M.-Prayer Meeting :

Unleted: the refreshments. spent the past week-end with Mr ther's illness. So we must leave It all to Him were welded for the tanks. that Every Visitor A Welcome guest; -

,"n of the young guests games were were and ttoyed Mrs. Cecil McRae In Mcln- Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Randall And trust Him to do the test.I led the way to Rome ..."",'""..,_..,...,miitmitinnmmitnnn'Hi"itmHiRECAPPING .{ '. .) ,, iPhn'lllu, 'ill" 1, "m ..1 "_"". l Ile -":,, 1l ;'NlmlymWU1/1WUwl1Y" '' / !1.:."v/l/Ilq/!!.

and appropriate Little Patricia. McRae returned spent last week-end in feel that we have nothing to A.__,._ ___d_ _ _ _ __ __ .
to her home at that time. Jacksonville '-------------- ---- --- -------
I Mrs. R. P. McLendon is a pa- with Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Ran- regretAs I

Hnnorel! At Shower : lent at Riverside Hospital: in dall, Jr. Little Toni! Randall returned far as our hands could lo, V
!Irs, David Skolnik was hon- Jacksonville. Her sister Mrs D. with her grandparents to Then at the end of this-God
tat, a tea-shower McDonald of Gainesville pent be with them for two weeks I must .
evening at the
Jock Monday I Sunday with her here and will be John Herndon of Gainesville Take hold, comfort and ble '
of rs.J.. G. Godwin by and Hugh Lee. 3-c I
:De I with her in Jacksonville during Petty s'I'
\ Harvey Williams, Mrs. Tom her Officer attached to JacksonvilleAir Now, each one in our home
honpitallzatlon.' !Mrs. L. B
neere Mrs, R. P. McLendondMrLCodwin I'McLendon is with R. P. McLen- Base, had supper with their Feel their need of a living AND VULCANIZING I J JI

With the stork don and "Spanky" during Mrs. biother-in-law and sister, Mr. and I God. I I I

j their ally biue the hostesses chose McLendon's absence. Mrs. I. J. Williams, Sunday night. To guide each thought, word, ... ji1
L and as their color Miss Nadine Raulerson of Pa- and action I J" II I "
Jbeme, This! motif was empha- Little Miss Jean Dugger was hokee, who visited Miss Pauline I
Ld by beautiful arrangementsHydrangea the guest of her maternal grand- Brannen for several weeks, returned And live their. days as God's 24 Hour Service On Recapping

crepe myrtle and parents, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Rye, to her home Sunday and approved.

lobage, Upon arrival, the i In Macclenoy last week: Mis. was accompanied by her hostess, -1Irs.V.. E. Edmondaon .
lat, were served punch, sand- Rye was the overnight guest of who will make her' an extended 1
Le], ,, cake and salted nuts inle VIr. and Mrs. Lawrence Dugger TRAIN SCHKDCLK r
when she brought Jean home visit.Mr. All Work GuaranteedIF
dining room from an ex- on and Mrs. M. L. Biannen i
lultely appointed table with Its Friday. and: son and Mrs. Bobble Witt of T. J. Griffin, local agent for I

koctlvenegs enhanced by the ex- Scout Master J. P. WaneD, H. Jacksonville were visitors of Mr the Seaboard Air Line announces

rive use of candlelight frem M Richarde, Committeeman, and and Mrs. R. W. Brannen, Sunday. that effective July 9 the following YOU LIVE OUT OF TOWN AND HAVE ,
In many candelbra. Scouts Claude Johns, Jr., Delbert
.11 tapers
train, schedule went into effect:
|ft music I was enjoyed while Crews, H. B. Harvey, Jimmie RADIO COMMUNICATOR TWO OR MORE TIRES WRITE FOR AN
1. Skolnik opened the lovely I Godwin, Jimmie Brown Godwin, Ruby Newsome, Warren, daughter SouthboundNo. ,
!I'i that attested her unusual Charles Thornton, and Spencer I of Mr. and Mrs. H J. New- 1 due Staike 11:40: p. m. APPOINTMENT
jularliy Crews, and Jimmie Warren wentto some of Sta-ike, has been training r
I No. 191 due Starke 11:12: m. .
I p. .. .. . .. ..
Lake -
Kerr, Sunday, for a week to become a radio communicator -- .1 '" "'
IEII route from their home in camping.The No. 107 due Starke 9:38: a. m. v
In the Naval Training School ,
I lie Glade to the Carolina mounLni second and third meetingsof (Radio) at Miami University, Ox- Northbound i ;
for the benefit of Mr, Gran- the Sccut Master's Training ford, Ohio. I I AH Sizes Tires & Tubes Vulcanized
Irs health, Mr and Mrs. W. B Course of the New River District No. 2 due Starke 4:45: a m.
Her selection to the specialty
No. 192 due Staike 5:20: a.
Inner anger residents and Walter of the Granger Farm,, were held in the Community school was based on results of her No. 108 due Starke 6:08: p. m.1 I
Building on July 6 and 13 with boot training aptitude tests. The Best Grades of Materials Used
Ire Mrs. J.
with Mr and ,G. a good attendance. completed course of study includes Slflike and Hell Branch '
fdwin and family for several S-2c Herbert Crews came on operating Navy radio No. 101 leaves Starke 7 a. m. I .
Y'i last week Thursday from Corry Field, Pen- 'mitting and receiving trans-I' and No. 102 arrives from Bell ('

IMlw Elsie Chesser and Mrs. W. sacola, to spend a fifteen day deciphering code messages, 1:50: p. m, dally except Sundays. I ,!..-------------------____.____._._.____,_, d
] Kirkland and her two childrent l

t t last Tuesday for Ft. Bragg, ' -, '
C where they will remain asjS : .ww :w
stoned as Pvt.there.W. A, Kirkland is r 4r1, I.. ,

., 1.
tIn K W Park and sons, BllI !
I and Buddie, of Lake Worth, [1
[ere guests of Mr and Mrs. W. ;
I Stringfellow the latter part of
fci week I a e- ; 1b ? 't ptl' t"I ; a

IFor the next several weeks yr

v, L A, Shepherd will be vlsig d

other Institutions and_ tak- ti C '2 /h T 'W ni l lp wa

further studies In connection M 7aF
flihls, work Mrs.\ ; 'Shepherd .s 1 ; {

II: Join him later ,in Richmond, ?' -\t:

|Mr and Mrs, J, H. Hundley are
litlng relatives at various r 'r

lots in North Carolina. v ', f'f'Y
iBtadley' GeIger of Jackson-

|Ie,! to with his grandparents, irr :I II ,
II d Mis J. M. Bradley. I ;

Mr and| Mra. L. Tn
> Chapman,
"3, LF tf
Chapman Jr.. and L.
Chapman f
III, went to' the .
cksonvllie .
'h Lt Co'
U P Chapman, Jr,
a Jeff then by plane for San > ) 1-1I
anclsco to -
report for I
overseas .
'y, l
Patsy Cox
her 12th
IMay July' 7th by entertaining /

.mall group' f friends at supIn -

me, J the her rock garden at thearoerea. w I

i 11/J's/ grandparents Mr.
R. H. Cox V /.
;I ''I t

.nd ilea Mary NeW Jane York City and Lt., F r

,,3e at Mayport Eastman of the Naval t tI

'. were guests of
'.,and Harold M.'s' J. F. Eastham and )
Clark, Friday.
\Ira J, M- I
do was in Or-
Tuesday and Wednesday of
to attend the funeral
kinsman. Mrs Martin Grin-

T.Went as far as Apopka with
!Ih and spent the time
family. Mrs.
Ulbree's .
mother and sister and ,
phew MI'II J P-
W, < Williams/ Mrs.
Norton and Charles Nor-
n, came from Orlando ., first consult themselves to determine whether Its safe
with her EASY not
d effort today was an
made If what did for the war
a you
short visit before comfortable. They're thinking of YOU at
gag convenient
en not hope to give as or or
route to their home In r thing to do, it isn't enough. We can
"Wahitchka. : I' much as the boy who gives his life . . HUT WE CAN home. To protect you, they attack .FIRST . and figure

.GWYndolia Belts out how to do it as they
of go.
Fowlstown, haven't found yourself
la visiting DO OUR UTMOST! If you yet .
-oncrlef Mr. and Mrs. J. sacrificing in order to buy extra
and family. Week- scheming and figuring and he
d Uncle Sam needs your dollars to finance this war
STlIrs' the Moncrlefs were War Bonds it's a pretty sure sign you aren't buying
W. needs them NOW! Not just the dollars you can SPARE. \
K. Moncrief and .
Sincere*""! Mitchell of Greenwood 'I..,:... ' enough. but every dollar that you can earn that you don't absolutely J ,

!UJ1lty la sympathy of our comE Bradford County Is still:thousands of dollars short of Its need for food, shelter, clothing, and the operation .of your ''

*, GLand extended who to were Mr. noti-and . Fifth War Loan quota. Although the big drive officially business. The next time you listen to the radio news, have

J July 7th that their son, Cpl. closed on the 8th we will be credited with all E bonds sold a conference with yourself. Am I doing as much as I can

France Land, was killed] In action during the remainder of July. We cannot let up until we to help win this war? Am I matching what I can do with ,

\*{ p, on JUne 11th. what the boys are doing over there? Am I investing every
T D. Fancher. reach our goal.
Jr. went
Jacksonville Sunday to re possible dollar in War Bonds today to make my future and

DIe ard her of work with the state That's the way our men are doing THEIR part . in the my family's future more secure? Buy another bond today

r were Health.Atr. and Accompanying Mrs P. D. Pacific, in Italy in England. Ordered to attack they do and help put Bradford County over the top.BLANDING .

fit her, Sr., who spent Sunday
With Mrs- SadIe
d Patterson
. Martin Grlner who was
D9e} .
't -night guest of Mr. and o
P'rfellds ,
regret that Mrs. Oscar
,nosy continues to be ill at
! 'side Hospital In Jacksonville.

'nt ana ahoon: of Jacksonville CENTER Inc.-
lit Mr. Fourth of July holiday 1
d and Mrs. M. E. GrIner
Frank ,
fflM WOOdward has been 88- '

'Ullery d fa to having Division the' Anti-AIrcraft of the Army Coast JOSEPH H. ARNOLD, Treasurer ;;

his basic training l
Camp'Stewart Ga.
A, M. Ricnarde and Mrs: .

t, L

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Mrs.W. B. Sewell, Judge and IN "IR"I'IT ("OI'It'r 1
L.I cake dotted with pastel marsh- MurrheeBoothI Miss Parker Weds I Mrs. A Z. Adkins, Mr. and Mrs. CERY.3Y'. FI.OIUU't' l\ttllj,.
} mallows and topped with three Paul Eden .
It L. D. Vining, Mrs. M. F. Brown i I""? ,.
Wynn I Vera orhele .
________ ______ .. ___m____ -- pink candles. I I Mr. and Mrs .., F. Murrhee an- Sergeant I Mrs. K. G. Duncan and Miss Case No. 8228.) nhod ",'' '14,..
, '1I 1;f/-/, Mints In tiny tulip colored bas- nounce the engagement of their In Quiet Ceremony i Madge Mlddleton. OHDER OF PI'j| |(, j p, "
tml' ,
I"t\: AND NOTICE '' "
" : Mrs. Grady HostessBridgeLuncheon Birthday Party kets marked each child's place. { only daughter, Alma S., to C. T.i STATE OF FLIHII'\T"? \ 'I"'.'"'I!
4 i Booth, son of M. Booth and the Miss Jeanette Parker and Staff Rochelle Rhode wl, ':e,
", For Shi-Ann SmithMr. Shi-Ann's guests were Virginia I I In ", .
.t. Joel B. "l
At ChurchRev. c-o Rh'.ii.
quietly "i
I late Mrs. Booth of Jacksonville. Sergeant J. C. Wynn were Baptist '?
: 60S Pretoria ,
';J'f' Jean Darby, Mary Katherine -- TV1 s ?, ,II, II-
t K. \
E. Ferryman ..
of married by Judge You are required
Miss Murrhee Is
" 'tJ Red Radiance roses in a Lennox I and Mrs. Foster Shl Smith Wainwright, Linda Sparr, Linda a graduate at 7 o'clock last Thursday Lewis If. HaInes of Eustis August 14th, 1944, ;;,!"" ,
'L 11'y'-l china bowl centered the table entertained small friends of their Kay Sale, Cecil Napthar Dick Bradford County High and later named Court and ," '" ;'bo\\ '
., attended Treuesca College In evening In the Perryman home. will be guest preacher at worship plaintiff reeks dt\'a',? II'v'-r' >
, 't'' on Friday of last week when Mrs. three year old daughter. Shi-Ann, and Jo Ann Smith and Mary Ag- Nashville Tennessee. She is nowa They were attended by Mr. and services at the Baptist Church County Telegraph hnli,, Nell' ,
: ,
Matthews Order In next four ..,k' '
,; 1 C r Thomas Grady entertained a at a birthday party Monday afternoon nes student at Samaritan Mr. Gordon Wadsworth Jr. both morning and evening Sun- Witnen. my hand 1\ '""*'
; \ of friends at luncheon. between the hours of four nurse Stark, Florida .11,1,i.i '''*!
: 'iIgroup Honor guests of the occasion of I day. Church School will begin at thl* .I
Hospital, .Nampa, Idaho The bride Is the daughter "h
' OFFICIAL sic Iq(
" ',' .: 4: ; Covers were laid for Mrs. and alx.Upon. were Shl-Ann'js grandmother and Mrs. Lettle Parker of this 9:43: A. M. and Training Unions I Aa Clerk of .. IdLl-oUI'\ Thoniif"MM
Mr. Booth
. Is stationed at Camp
'j'(; ff > Fielding Chapman and Mrs. L. F. arrival each guest was great grandmother, Mrs J. J. Larks, Calif.WSCS while Sgt. Wynn Is the CitY'1 will meet at 6:45: p. m. T.Atty Frank, for Landrum.Flf. Stark! ,: ,
,'\ IJ.: Chapman of the State Farm, Mrs. presented with colorful crepe paper : Lipney and Mrs. W P. Lipsey of Carl C. Wynn of Hampton.For :: ;'1 14M 1
;; G. C. Irwin of Ft. Monmouth, N. apron and cap as a favor for Branford. her marriage Thursday |
''" 1f' J., Mrs. J. P Burns of Atlanta, the afternoon.The To MeetThe Miss Parker chose a powder blue I j

I"{ Mrs. E. L. Matthews Miss Madge playroom, which was the Attend Reunion' frock with which she wore black i "
!; Middleton Mrs. A. Z. Adkln and Woman' Society of Christian Flash !
; were :
decorated accessories. Her flowers ;
N scene of the party, was Service of 'the Methodist > ,-
''I '
+ J
h ',\:, ,fred Guy. cleverly in green and white anda The Garrett'family reunion, attended church will meet Monday afternoon scarlet carnations in a shoulder .

T i Luncheon was followed by an long birthday table in the cen- 'by more than 50, was heldIn July 17, at 3:30: o'clock In corsage.
\. filii' afternoon of bridge, a 'gift of hosiery ter of the room wa covered witha Lawtey at the Stephen Star- the church. Business and program Following the ceremony, the Another ShipmentOf
4vd_ :I'" being presented aa high score white cloth: bordered with paper ling home on Sunday of last meeting. Circle Number One will couple was feted at a wedding
1 j'i prize to Mm. Burns and Mrs. doll cut-outs In bon-bon colors week. have of supper at the home of the bride'smother. The
W charge the program. I members of Following
Guy. and centered with a 'pretty
.ti "f+ ._. ...._ ... .... --. vw ""- - -........ . .... the families and a few friends \ \ .. --
;..\ -- - Items Just ArrivedENAMELLED
Alvin Wynn, a

;H 1, ; THE LAPPE BAKERY Carolyn Callstreet New were member York of City the ,U.was S. Coast here for Guard his I I

..:...."mt. m+* Distributors of t# brother's wedding \

BAKED GOODSTo .. ....___ ... _ The newlyweds are spending a 11 '
3 QUALITY ----- --- ---- ---- ---- --- -- ., _ .T ... .. u honeymoon at Jacksonville Beach Double
(r pp ) uwKcrsENAMELLED
The Homes and Restaurants of Starke Well folk. , I don't usually hcssee spending a brief vacation after which the new Mrs. Wynn
go In for poetry (unless It's my at Kingsley Lake with Mrs. E. E. will accompany her husband to _
WI .,. but of little Call Canova his post In South Carolina to re-
) .
own one Joe Andrews -
my gettin'ready
I .. .... I..... .. ..
St. helpmates dropped by this to begin a nautical career side.Before
+1 t week with a comical bit of verse about July 18 . Enos Hayes her marriage Mrs. Wynnwas Sauce Pans
'DUTIES that I just can't resist passing here for a few days! from Camp supervision of operators at ,

( on . 'TIll said that nobody Pendleton, Calif., and tellln' Southern Bell Telephone company
t' teems to know who wrote it, butt friend! that Garland Godwin, stationed office here. She Is a graduate of -
conscientiously performed with modesty ENAMELLEDWash
spread like wildfire after pub- at the name camp, has Bradford High School. Sgt. Wynn ;,.,
1 of and lessening of Service '
expense lication recently of Mrs. Roosevelt's shelved 30 Ibs "; Garland will has Just returned to the
; have won for us an enduring regard In from two years' overseas duty.
i picture rubbing noses witha be remembered as the ex-BHS .'
1'1, i t 5 the communities which we serve. 'native Maori woman in New football heftywelght . Enos

(I Zealand Here 'tis . 'lows as how the longer he stays Supper Party -
Irun'run' !MRS. ROOSEVELT'S NOSE: in California the fonder he be- '
Mrs. McLendon
'A poor benighted heathen, witha comes of Florida . For Thermos Bottles

jungle for a home, B. Mc- ,
Complimenting Mrs. H.
t;t' Who'd. think my fame would Seems there's no length to Lendon of Orlando, Mr. and Mrs.
+ i. I- Funeral DirectorAMBULANCE"SERVICE spread afar, to lands across which these doting parents won't E. L. Matthews were hosts Tues- .
--Frying Pans
the foam? to induce their
TO go young hopefuls day evening at supper.Arrangements' .
1t s r: r r "'' I: wasn't very handsome, I wasn't to write them when away of summer flowers -
', n . . ., ". from . PadlocksTweezers
'i ? ,a4t,: .jIf n I .r "r'1 very bright; home Hear Kap DuncanIs were used on the terrace,
But now they come to see my paying Kaspar ten cents a day
rhone 7 where guests were served buffet .
1 J ', >j t SJ 1 nose, the Island's greatest to dash off a few words dally style '

I r4 1' I STARKE, FLORIDA ,, sight. while the latter Is away at summer Theme Invited to be with Mrs.i Wash Cloths
... .4 My nose was once a simple nose, camp! . ,' Remember the McLendon and the hosts were Mr.
a little Hat and bent 31st Division? . Well, who and
- and Mrs. O. L. Beasley, Mr. Turkish Towels
But now my nose is not a nose, it doesn't remember those Dixie"rebels.the
Is a monument.So first Division to oc morning as the first selection of
Jl4 ; tourists, take your place in cupy Camp Blanding! . Seems!, the reveille program . Consequently AND OTHER IIARD-TO-GET ITEMS

line and, for a modest fee however, that a lot of the Southern the band boys go around

Rub the nose that rubbed the lads w* re used for replacements muttering mutiny . They vow NEW TOYS AND PAINT BOOKS
fffiW, ,.CLEARANCE nose of Mrs. Franklin D. in cAjer outfits so before that some morning thy're goingto
A thought has just occurred to the Dlvl loi ,iWent'ovorlCeu It had pull off all their stripes and FOR THE CHILDREN

me which find rather Stunning to let the bar down and sign upa play "Yankee Doodle"! . .
*wP'/ '.' ; lot of damyankees . A. W.
'4rl,: "' Since my nose rubbed the Roose- Anderson! writes that their commander Well guess that about windsup

on ; allSUMMER velt nose, will it too keep on General Persons, a South- the little black book for this Koch Drug Store
' running?" erner from way back, ordered the time . So long . See you in
;.: 'f' : ., v" band (largely composed of yanks, ) the next . .

":, '' It'*'ft good thing that members to play Dixie every week day -CAROLYN'
; -- of Claire Chapman's bridge club I ', .

r HATSand aren't dieting these days .
They returned to town after one \ h d .t55 ,
of her famous luncheons Wednesday r SS
with tales of mountains of
fried chicken, Ice cream made S S p1. S 'r 5555
; S
'! :! entirely with whole cream, blue

P'l r ' berry muffins, pickled whole pears

g ,' f 1 and oodles of other edibles .
#? And here I am writing this col.

umn after a sumptlous supper of
canned salmon and hardboiled
ft! DRESSESSTARKE eggs! . Another event eagerly 5 5"
S. q
awaited on the social calendar xy : J. : 1"R .
this week Is the tea at the Ferryman -

home Saturday afternoon,
when localltes will have the oppor-
tunity to meet the Perryman's ?
15" r new dotter-ln-law, June . .
(fa f. t tIr .

Neatest trick of the week (if
it hail worked) was Ann Karen's
f \J'' Idea of putting a wee bit of mo- :st

lasses in the rinse water in hopesof k
making her hairdo stay In

place better . : The only thing
A u Shop Ann hadn't figured on was the J
multiplicity of Florida ants . .
Seems they mistook Ann's hair

for a new kind of confection and
the poor gal almost became a

,, : human ant bed before L gettingthe -" :
molasses washed out again! -.

. Hear Billy Colaon has sent
his civilian clothes home and Is r- SAVE GASOLINE

now en route from Fort McPherson t S SAVE TIRES
to Sheppard Field, Texas F -: ",

. Billy Jackson an' Alton
Dobbs will receive their 17-weeks

FLA Bland training Ing .close. to home-Camp No an |11 Card in Ye Group

City official*. are still laughingat
a good joke on themselves . Wherever they went they walked . on guard at every step. Hardships

r+ llu { Sunday, Monday, Tuesday-July 16, Ii, 18 Seems that recently a notorious taught 'our forefathers the virtue of self-reliance and the need for co

;' 1 one loafer-about-town by appearing shocked In the uniformof every- operation. Thus in the humble cradle of privation the spirit of our .

q;; '6 1' 7 ''MIGHTIEST OIF> TARZAN THRILLERS a Camp Blandlng civilian I Democracy was born.

Tarzan race to guard . Predictions were freely -
+ 'k reaeue n lovely made that it wouldn't last long Our enemies foolishly ignored the enduring influence of our Nation's.

;yJ t i r Ii, maid barbaric beNt by and the officials vowed they'd heritage when they jeered that we were too soft to fight. Little did they

( showed arrest him up around for vagrancy town without If he dream that almost overnight, free men could perfect the finest and best- "'

that uniform . Sure enough, equipped fighting forces the world has ever seen.

it man wasn't In:question long before was back the gentle-at his So, today when good citizens see an A card on a windshield they recognize e

\. .' old job of existing without visible!< it aa a symbol of what people can accomplish who have learned

r J t 'tGrattI : means of support . But when from experience to work together to attain a common objective.
dli'' JOHNNY W SSMUWI the city officials started to make

r l 1 iliff r NANa ICtt1Y( f\. the arrest, they were due for a That'same spirit will win this war-and in peacetime that same unityof
r JOHNNY SNEfFIEID N > big surprise . He ran his hand effort will keep America strong and prosperous for our men and women '
into a pocket that probably never
Pred odh SOL LESSER Dinned WILLIAM THIEUrt before had held much more than now on the fighting front 'r
t e ,... laMd. .Me'.
t Hoy ky dovrtf r U. From Slow by Carroll Voo' Upm ten cents and usual
? pulled out a hun- '
-- Mostjolki art mo.tiJ than
q, i G>aro : dred dollar bill, at the same time
proclaiming to the world that he In addition to supplying the armed forces! with glider and bomber fuselage wbtn they finish,,,wartime day.A

Also was no vagrant! frames,wing parts turret and foodstuffs Anheu
i : -\ gun parts er-Buacb h/tlf of goUtn,foaming Budutittrit

Spotted an' Jolted The sign in produces materials which go into the manufacture of: Rubber Aluminum

SELECTED SHORT SUBJECTS the alley behind the bank: "No Munitions Medicines B Complex Vitamins Hospital' a welcome companion in a mo

k. Sleeping Allowed" . Pat Lambe Diets*Baby Foods Bread and other Bakery products.Vitaminfortlmen! of relaxation -and it mainiimple
back from a Daytona Beach vacation I
lied cattle feedsBatteries.Paper.Soap and te'xtUea: -to name a few better
Leh" -- And with a divine sun tan wartime meals taste
Dot Gray dallyln' over a second
1 cup of coffee totber mornln' and

; lookln' lovely as all get ,out in Bud eis
IL LATEST WAR NEWS golden brown slack suit with cerise w er
cummerbund : Mary Pat- -..-.... ........- Al-2j-C1U4

ten and son, George. of Talla- A N H E USE R BUS C H :! S A I N 1: L, O U I s

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of LOCAL< NEWS Mrs. Wilson G. Lee spent several I Mr. W P. Randall and child pleted her preliminary,
IiTS training the first
days this week in Jacksonville l ren, Bill Jr., and Lucia Lisle. ar- with the WAVES bring color photogia- <"iH 'iir _'01 HT en 4,1)101111
: with her i'rIved the record phy to Slaike where she will iniri. Ftoiiiot i% n\\- .
aunt Mrs. James Tuesday for a vllllt with .
r period of five weeks was one of | C'KMt.UfKlnitl ,
.- God bold. I I Mrs. Randall's father. J. M. Alvarez the few I photograph In natural color at l.ovMand. Plaintiff" VH, 'r I
Clarks- Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur A. Scott WAVFS to receive a the Bradford Jltiimix, Pauline . '
Photo I l
site is In Mr. and Mrs. W. Shop. 1".I.'d. l> f nd> r
E. and
w Wilcox of her brother-in-law ;
and Petty Officer's Bill I'R." No. 122ft /M
o have sold their home rating. She will I
son-in-law place on N.
visitmg her Fort Lauderdale were guests Mon I sister, Mr. and Mrs. D. A, Mon- go to Philadelphia -- --, ---- ---- I nllliKn OP I'KLU'ATinN I' I. i
rll.' Yard
\rorp and Mra C. Cherry St. and have gone toHendersonville day and Tuesday of Judge and teith. Navy to \O'I'U'H | ANTI:; NOTICe: Tl> AITKAIt' : I .j', \ 4t
'' do
'' Is N. C. for micro-filming. Noll.I IK hrrrln irii.Ti dint STATK UK KU> !
B"ug IndefInite the Hinto
Savage .llmnil
.,College i Mrs. A. 2. Adkins and Mr. and Mr. T. J. Thomas of Valdosta Mr and Mrs. Walter Cooperof l'i'Hiil of i-iiunt)' <*.."'tnl""I..n..r"| of Punlliif l.o\rlitml.. HhoH. ritMlilvitca t, .

If al, of the stay. I Mrs Fred Guy at Kingsley Lake. and Mrs. G. V. Phillips of Lake Sanford arrived this week to it'lliHiir.ini mrcthiK.. OnuniKI..I In. Ilir'. Coenty. Ma. MID I'ommli.iMonvrH held.- Kln In 4:Id I'mker Ml. liulnexrllle I \\ (ieort'eu f.. r r

Mrs. W B. Sewell left yesterday Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Powell left City were visiting Mrs. Bertha vacation with the H. C Kitchen Itmim In the I'ouim' Cmirt urn' required to appear. on I
for Biltmoi-e N. C. Tuesday for Cuba for Pearce and Hnlim HI 1 10 00: oitmk A .M. AuKU.I AIIIIIIMI I4tli, I mi. In th. above 1
[ ,-arpenter and Mrs and was a short Wednesday Thursday at their Klngsley Lake cottage. 11th. .\. |\ ,
ID44. for ,
the |uir|>i>Ht> of named I'nuit and ('11(1 !, wherein '
Ijnln *'"0 have been !In accompanied by Mrs. P. J. Lang- IIta)'. of this week. Mis. Roy Smith of Tennille, n<*nrln. nntplnlnm from uwnriH or plaintiff Hi>i>ki< '11\.......... Bradford "
ford of Mr. and Mrs. H. A. F F. left for iiKtntii of ttful KMiim:. nr t IVr"iinHl County; Telegraph shall pulillnh ttU I i I''
Ga.I'returned home Jut and daughter Phyllis, Bishop and Stump Sunday a Ga., is visiting her sister Mi'8. I I'rnppii the valor if uhlih hove Order In heal: four weekly \IHKIICH. 'I\
a. Frostproof I Miss Nina Bishop left for Jack- week's stay In New York City. K. G. Duncan. bran. fluiMl hv the County A.I>...""I.Ij'f ,. \V'linen. my hand "nl.fflrl.\ .. ,
sonville Thursday where they met Mm. C C. Mendoza and son I Friends of Dr Lemuel Colson line NI.By Taxes. and m-t<>|>tfH| 1 II>' the seal lids|, at 1544i'FICIAI.Mtiirk& Florida thin' Jill; 1 l'

Pvt. H. A. (Buddy) Bishop whoIs ,, Clifford left Thursday night( for will regret to know that he Is older' of lh.- hoard of County ( I SEAL) A. 1. Thomas ; : .
MORE PULPWOOD home from Camp Crowder, Ptttsburg Kans. While in Starke confined CommlHxIonrrH title July 1. A. I> An Clerk of MM Id four .' 1 '
|WE CAN USE to his home because of nu. T, Kr..nk tMiidruni dtmkr' Florida' 11.
bio:, for a two-week furlough, af- I they were guests of Mr. and Mrs Illness. A J. THOMAS Clerk Alty fur rif 7IH-41-M l I :
I WRITE TIMBER DEPARTMENT ter which he will go his new sta T. J. Griffin. Pfc. Enoa Hayes U. S. Marine 'i .

CONTAINER CORPORATION OE(?|. AMERICA tion. Camp Beal Calif. I :Mr.! and Mrs. .A. C. Fergusonof Corps, arrived In Jacksonville, by ,,1! ,,'I ,

FERNANDINA. FLA.> *: ', .'. Mrs. J. W. Kincald returnedthis Jacksonville were guests of Mr plane last Friday and is spendinga IF : ') ;

week from New York City and :Mrs. T. J. Griffin last Sun- furlough here with hIs parents, YOU CAN AFFORD AN AUTOMOBILE }

and Rochester Minn.: day. Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Hayes. He f I t ,
Mrs. Edith Brown has returned Mr. and Mrs. Roy Stone and Is stationed at Camp Pendlcton. You afford( Automobile
COME TO THECHURCH i can 'Insurance. As a matter of fact :
home after spending a month son Mac and Mrs. Otto June Calif. ; I'

with her slater, Mrs. W. H. Hart were visiting relatives and frIendsIn Mr. and Mia. E. J. Howling you can't afford to be without it. Accidents are expensive I 1 '

RISTIAN CONVENTIONAT In Washington, D. C. Live Oak over the weekend.Pfc. returned this week after visitingtwo and may cost you your car, home and savings. i '
Tech. Sgt. and Mrs. M. C. Wells Thomas I. Merseieau who weeks with friends and lelativeo i !
GRAHAM have returned to their home In is stationed In Camp Stewart In Savannah and "
.Ft. Smith. Ark., after visiting Ga., was visiting his parents, Mr. born Ga.Mills CHARLEY E.
day, July 30-10:30 a. m.-9:30 .p. m. Mr. and Mrs. I* S. Hutto. and Mrs. T. A. Meraereau las Madeline Lecln left June AGENCY ;1 ;1 i '

Mrs. C. C. Mendoza, Mrs. R. E. week.
BASKET DINNER 10 for New York
City where
Green and Mrs. T. J. Griffin Mrs. Bea Moseley of Jncknon Is studying color she -- PHONE 13- 'J, :
photography at
last In Jackson- yule will spend this, week-end I
Monday 11
SPEAKERS: Jake Thomas, Robert Whitty, J. T. Mrs. Edith the New York Institute of Pho- : I' l
with her mother, STARKE FLORIDA
ville.Mrs. tography. Upon the completionOf ,
Quigley. L. S. Hutto WAS In Jack Brown. this v
sonville on business last Friday. ,I Mr. and Mrs. A. J. WillIamsand I course Miss Lecln will be I THE TRAVELERS. Hartford t I

Mrs. Tillman Hutto and son, son, Charles of Bartow were ,. 1
Frankie returned with her to recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. T.

spend the weekend.Mrs. I J. Griffin. NECESSITY IS THE MOTHER OF INVENTION \ ,

Robert E. Tanner and son, Mrs. Edna Mae Stevenson spent ,

/ / Pvt. Bobby Tanner, of Baldwin, several days last week with MJ's. The Claim Check System as used by The Sturke Dry Cleaners and : t .

I / it spent Tuesday with Mrs. Tanner's Dora Beasley of Gainesville. Laundry Is proof. .

brother-in-law and sister Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Green, Jr., of Baltimore ; J
:Mrs. J. H. Fields. Her mother, Md., is visiting her grandmother This system may be annoying to the customer at times, but it it* a protection .' ": J f

Mrs. Laura I. Powell returned Mrs. T. J. Griffin
to to both the customer and the business. "\'
Baldwin with them for an extended Mr. and Mrs. Leslie BlgK( were
12 in. Galvanized stay. visiting relatives in St. Augustine Your goods are insured 100 per cent while in our charge. In case of :\1

Pvt. George Powell returned to this week. fire should you not hold claim check there would be of establishing ;
no -
Poultry Mesh way ;:
Camp Reynolds, Pa., last week Alvin Wynn of the Coast Guard ; ,
after spending his furlough with who Is stationed> in New York the fact that you had goods in the plant. :' '

48 in. Galvanized his parents Mr. and Mia. Charley was home la t-..week -atteo< Another important phase is that when you call for your goods! without :' ;
Powell. his other's wedding.(
Poultry Netting-2 in. Mesh .' 4 .: Miss Mary Mersereau left Fri- Mr J. B. Sapp and Mrs. W. B. a claim check, it is necessary, that a record has to ,be looked up as to J \

). ,, > -' day for St. Augustine where she Mundy, Jr., were ,iln Jacksonville the date left the \
you Roods.! This takes up your time as well as ours.
60 in. Galvanized "0\ .',. .. Is visiting her sister, Mrs. John Tuesday. .,
Brantley. Graham Sale of Valdosta Ga., STARKE DRY CLEANERS and LAUNDRY t
Poultry Netting-2 in. Mesh Merle Grider, S. 2-c, who Is wa a recent guest of his brpthe; s

stationed at the Naval Air Sta- I. and siRteMn-law, Mr. and Mrs Junius M. Smith

tion at Jacksonville has returned Guy Sale. .

7-in COTTON HOES to his base after spending an 8 Mrs. T. T. Long and sons Tom i .\;

day leave with his mother, Mrs. and Dave have returned from a '

14-TINE GARDEN RAKES R. H. Grlder. visit in Albany Ga. Mra. D. C. -.' ."fo ....,.fI'! 1 1e i
; ,
--= ', ", i
Forehand '
K G. Duncan left yesterday for Forehand and Miss Pejtgy "> '
: "Ft
Mayo Brothers Clinic In Rochester accompanied them to Starketo > 'r" / ,-; i

COTTON PLOW LINES !of Inn., where he will remain upend a week: In the home of ,:: ,, :

for observation and possible treat- Mm. Myrtice Carpenter.Mrs. 1LA luuAM" i

GLASS WASH BOARDS ment.F. C. B., Rowe and daughter, : "
L. Purshfmer was called to Sandra JE'sn.of Jacksonville spent 1.1181iHteRINY-I/feW"HWWfI. .

Line BrooksvlIIe Wednesday because of the week-end with J. B. Rowe. ,
Complete the serious illness of his mother
Word has been received by Mr. 4f
PAINTS Mrs. Margaret Durshlmer. Lecln that theIr M '" f
DAVIS and Mrs. Isaac M
- - - - - - -
I daughter, Evelyn having com- "

Gulf Sinclair Shell CLASSIFIEDSWANTED s. .

Black Flag Flit Fly Spray ROOFS' i iw

Listings on apartments, houses or REPAIREDGuaranteed

homes for rent, located within 20 I 1I 4
miles of Starke I
119 East Call Street '.

I }
WANTED or 6 room iinfurnlHti J ""
house In Htnrke by August I. Inquire .' "
[ COMPANYJ. at Wonder lift Shop. 4t FREE KSTIMATKS "''i I

IF YOU WOULD BUY OR !F.LI.-: : Route 2, Box 08STARKE.
B. CARLISLE, Owner milk cows Htnck cows, beef cattle k !
Block bull or hugs. Bet I In VIA.
touch with J. D. Oilom. Jr,. .,
Rox 247 Box 204 Lak..
-------.-.- ---- -.- ---- Starke. ( r.
City. Telephone 481 Lake City. "j, _
1-6-4 '. '
c I'' 1U \
NAT SEZ: FOR I'ALP.-Il33! Ford pkk up
truck llnod tires Janiex 1'etri U\(4\ ( ) k
M' I just can't believe that Itrad- ann, 8lark. lip 1

fold County haon't yet reached FOR SALK-/Several hoB, 35 hen.. ,, i
,, Its Fifth War Loan quota, but and apple pens now ilpf. J. e. '
. ..
Jon B. lit 2, llox 74. Htarke. Itp.
n. Joe Wilson/ tells me It's the truth. i. I I.j

If we fall to reach that $279,000 FOU HALK. -.Pro-wnr ICuhber bnhy tlrex.rarrl Apply KCnllapnlble. ". y sis' //' ,,r .j '/

goal I'm going/ to try to persuadethe Mm. Kline, last house on ChurchHtrvet. I .t
editor of this rag not to mall lip .
out copies that week to the boys W11ITR on COLORED! help wanted .t I.r _
; :
: '"
In servh'e. I don't want 'era to North Side Hervli Station. lip:

he ashamed of the home folk If WANTKD TO BUY a Itcndlx wai hInff f

their friend happen to nee the I'lione machine.VI11 111. pay 7l4-2t! '....h.| t c 1 1t
pnpei. ss
WANTED by permanent Sorvlcernupln. '
small furnlHhcd. hoiixi.
apartment or hoiiwekceplnB room ,
PA Write or call Kradford County
Telenraph. Ito
- and heels too !
WIM niVK HOMR and salary to tAe'S

one middle child aged and woman hou.....for Call rar 871.ot.. Slioo Repairing. Its. Beat<< tl t'
''Mm. Kddlo' llartman It e IJIIII'/ .

RATION FREEJULY FOR I'Ar.F.-70 acre farm. I.lvw 1"e005 I I awartobo
.stock crop. All fenced.. rtombulldlnirii ." BROWNSTEENSHOE ,
Running xprlntr Telephone OU
131.' *'. O. Box HfI, Stnrke. won, a job to be done, and

7II4-4IP REPAIR i the women of America have
STRAYED from pasture nearStarke.
10 THRU JULY 29 two uteerii branded Nl>.
marked crop under half crop each. Aero From The Pont OfficeVitamins ,", I an equal stake with the men
ear; red cow branded O. H. K tiC .
ward for Information. It '. '
Wainwright' Starke. 714-2tp| 81t in the outcome. YOU have
"'OU r
STRAY ('OW at my place branded post :
VAN. marked crop upper bit one CE an unparalleled opportunity

MEN'S SPORT SHOESYOMEN'S wrlcht.hare ear. under by Starke.Identifying.bit other. Owner II.714-2tp|Waln--may OUr Sill'" tn"t" to serve your country! Decide t If,

FOR HALU-Mv home completely YOur ff COfot ,' 1 now to don the proud F'Yp'tb
furnlHhed. All furniture new. an'' ns\( /ofl1J .

SPORT SHOES painted.Hone recently Electric renovated hot and cold and AT LOW CHAIN ,jJo N youA'i' ForCIS s.r.ic't uniform of the Women's 1
running vrater. Lot connlnfM/ of boo 1" /orrJI1
Carradlne 4 acrea adjacent Lawtey. to "hool.-F.lips R. FOOD STORE PRICES yoot."Gorb' o m.s ot e.t a1\1 obetbd Army Corps of the Army of

WOMEN'S DRESS SHOESCHILDREN'S d 1o' tM9 'ae..vadabtot it. orb''OfOtJ the United States.torc's .
Attention All Hom' Cannert! '
MAJOR B ttt ,tita6..tfan't no.

Before you begin your 1044 23Cn"not 10\1 \ )&a""

SHOESfor canning:, Good Housekeeping of boc'I 10\11' < f.WAC, :
: advises the (, '"'
Magazine you: use .i"
24 Tablets 15c n . w..A. ,
boiling water bath method for 0"\,INESSF\ \S4i ... ,
,01 t':"
tomatoes and fruits only. Can &0 4 Mote etbi. \II
29c opil10A ac.
all vegetable. except tomatoesby 48 Tablets t' ''.' tit Ii":1S..-\0\11.. ',., \' .. awe Of tit, UNo". 'U"SW" 0
.'' .. .11''ob.. - -- ---
the correct use 6f a press- 100 Tablets 49c _..ft'O'. a'( ....,..11" w.. y
TWO ONLY ure cooker to be sure of killIng M wda g. ;ps9dtat
WEEKS .t" i
botullnus germs. In the last 200 Tablets 75c 911' 00" t v/.rtl4.rt t ta .
few yearn cases of botullnus

food poisonIng have cropped up

In widely different parts of the On Sale AtLOVETT'S
country. Buy, borrow share'a i

pressure cooker-but don't can

low-acid vegetables any other "
way. If you want further Information -

Sternberg's write Good Housekeeping -
: Magazine, 939: Eighth I'

Avenue New York 19, N. Y.

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w The farmers are busy setting: No.Anna U07.Dluclnlkl, 0., dlDl

1 ,\ Clay Hill WHAT TO FIND I I I tatoeS.strawberry The ladies plants in this and section sweet have po- ORDER STATE NOTICE OF OF* Pt Fl.'I'A To'RI, x',I'rIO\\>F..:\e!\

,f Dluclnskl. wh,.. In
fly Pvt. LuruFort BurgPXo been busy canning vegetables Central Ave. 'l't<
,, Ogl..flllrp", Oa.I I sonvllle with relatives, and also Park, Long fetal,"??\ ties
,I\" ,. t Mr. and .\fruvlsiteci ..... You Bra ram... "Yo
her paramo e '''
July 3"'t-194I'' ;:, 'PD
''. W. R. Alford at Macclenny.The .d Court and , ,
Had letter from SAVE TIME CONSULT I
: Car-
a Betty \ Church at Gainesville Fla.. -- fish fry at the home of tiff seeks dlvom ,II, ''dr "\
,{ ter, who la still working at where I belong. They Bent mea I Mr. and Mrs. Wesley McRae on in Telegraph next four shall w>,,I'I I." \_ "ro
I Camp Blandlng. She nays that Bible with name stamped "F'
my Witness .
much enjoyed. ,
my hm
SHOPPING was very u
'f i. Ida Mae Kllllngaworth has been in gold. All such thing' go to FOR INFORMATION OF CAMP: BLANDING I Tuesday We are sorry to report the illness at Starke, Florid,, 'I,I. rpr
//.1:';,' '0.,the hospital for appendicitis. make a good soldier happy. AND RECREATIONAL CENTER of Glenda Crosby little 1141. sue
I :;t1 i She feat me the address of her Bernice Carter writes that her I of Mr. and Mrs. R. R. (OFFICIAL SEAL, \ 'I'
brother, Ancll, who Is on an Island daughter _L_ A* Clerk of said, < ,"t'T.
brother Leon Is working at Bile will Boon .
Crosby, and nope Frank randrun
In the Pacific. AMUSEMENTSStarke :
'I+ Atty. for Plf 'ark. F
Blandlng. (She recently be well again.
:j A nice letter from Mra. Pete Camp and Dock Warren of Boomtownwere I.t/ I
; received letter from, Richard Amusements Mra. W. E. Hall
a and
here Sunday visiting Mr The Rev.
!fl'j''i BrlDgon and son Pee Wee. She Level
and the children pent the 4th MoHfley with bla picture. He is and Mrs. Ray Goodge.Mr. Bowl-a-Bar Pine were accompanied here Sunday by
I In Macclenny.: In Italy and it seems to agree and Mrs. E. D. Jones were two of their grandchildren, Miss,
h" with him as he la fat and looks 1neM. 1- FOOD Jig Mrs. H. M. McRae Patricia Hall of Green Cove They keep figh
t Catherine Wester writes In Gainesville :Monday on
:' \ that
: } hearty. Diner e I Springs and Edwarcf Hall Murrhee '
+ *he wishes school would start. Camp Y ,keepMAR hu
..t,"1 Everyone loves Catherine who . . Freeman Varnea nf Louisiana Snack Bar Sgt. and Mrs. Zack Myrick, Jr. I of HlUtard. i
";)' I la the sweet and pretty daughter Mrs. Bob Warren and children of Fort Leonard Wood, Mo., spent iv rmrriT COVRT. ARADPONDCOVTY
t of Rev. Wester. Sampson CityBy of Palatka and Mr. and Mrs. GIFTSGislain's part of last week with Mr. and FLORID" 19: CIIAVchltY. : : SOW
? :: ,f: I have an aunt In Pueblo, Colorado A. V. Varnes of New River were Mrs. H.M.McRae and family. Sgt. Walter F. r>luBln kl, Plaintiff- 'VII. -- --
Louiae Varne and Mra. MyrIck came home on a fifteen
visiting Mr. Ray
', ) who writes: "I am BO
found his mother
"\"k! proud of Since have . Goodge, Saturday Wonder Gift Shop day leave and
you. you 111. She spent last week in Glent1ale -
Mr. and Mra. Jack Goodge of
', i t no home or mother to hang up Mr. and Mrs. Charlie McKIn- MILITARYSUPPLIES Hospital in Palatka. Her
J' / a star for you, I am hanging ney of Starke were here Tuesday Starke were guests Sunday of many friends will be'glad to hear PHOTOGRAPHS .
3L 1, 1 yk; one in my window," There lat of Jut week visiting Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Goodge. that she Is out of the Hospital
9 r another star for me In the service Mra. Lem Brown. now and Is spending a few days
& : )s flag of the Presbyterian M.\ and Mrs. L. B. Harper New Tarzan Film Ben Suslow's Army StoreGislain's with Mrs. H. M. McRae, much A I f C. Smith GardnerEstablished

U',1 "" Coming To Park Improved, but still in bed.

Shafkfn'sP. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Dobbs and 1900-
Another in the long series of S. StoresPHOTOGRAPHY children of Miami were visiting
t of New York and
jI}I IFY IN + LORIDASOUVENIR Tarzan thrillers starring John- Mr. and Mrs. B. M. McRae re-- .. Miami

ny Welamuller will be shown cently.
ONE 8x10 $2 THREE 8x10 (
Miss Lillian Squire of Oceanside -
at the Park Theatre Sunday, C. Smith CoardnerTHEATRES few Six'"3*4' $3 ---Twelve 3x4 S 58
& NOVELTY Monday and Tuesday. N. Y.. Is spending a ,
days here with :Mr. and Mrs. H.
ThIs latest adventure from the STUDIO IN BLANDING CENTS
M. McRae and family.
f GIFT SHOP pen of Edgar Rice Burroughs iaTarzan's Florida Mrs. Ellen Lowe and son, Bob- ,BUS.. STATION. ,STARKE FLA

Desert Mystery" and Park by, spent the week-end In Jack-
r Across from Park Theatre featured with Wefemuller are Ritz

u Under New Mangementof Nancy Kelly and Johnny Shef-
field. TAVERNSBlanding
I't Film are promised plentyof
MAE DOLEJS goers Center Bar

:; Free Wrapping New Stock excitement aa Tarzan races Bob's TavernBrooker
1 to rescue the lovely heroine from

barbaric hordes.DELICATESSEN. hc
!' .

By Minnie Lou Hazen ,.. ,. WITH
e .
r4 EAT AT THE \ Misses Virginia Padgett and
1 Ruby Ward, who are employedwith M I-C E
the Southern Bell TelephoneCo.
1 at Starke were visiting their
SNACK" CAR:? parents, Tuesday.

Dr. O. B. Hazen of Palm Beach coLflBEER

SPECIAL BKKAKFAST was a visitor here last week.

v t BEAT TilE WE.ITIIKR FOR MRS G. I. : SERVICE! Yoeman W. C Crosby of Green
MAN WITH Cove Springs was visiting his
We think we Fluffy Sour CreamPumpernickel parents last week-end.
{; Farm Fresh Salads serve the biggest l1..atl.FI't'.h I Miss BernIce :Moody of Jacksonville -
i txt Tasty Bandwiehcs and best ofFr..h
iti k cup Roll. Is visiting Miss llean At-
p ButtermilkIte coffee In town.
kinson this week
<] Fruit Juices Drop lit and urn TO TAKE OUT -
A, i what you think! Mrs. V. V. Hazen and children
were visiting Mr. and Mrs. O. G.
f 1! Strayhorn an J} family of Wild-

woood last week; AND ALWAYS LOTS- OF IT ON ICE
14 1 1! Miss Edna Willis of Macclenny!
wad visiting friends and relatives

i ... here Monday. -
o'o'h Mr. and Mrs! E. J. Lewis and AT
'son, Allen, and Miss Iva Mae LewIs -
and children were visiting ylgyk
] Mrs. W. S. Johns and daughter of k r
Staike Sunday.Mr. '
'tiISHAFKIN'S and Mrs. J. B. Russ and BOB'STAVERN
Mlna Virgie Stokes were In Lake

Butler, Mondays

Mrs Norman Johns of Belle-
view and Mrs. Lillian Conway of
Starke were visiting/ Mr. and
Mrs. J. P. Roberta last week.S .
2-c Billy Crosby of Willlams-
: burg, Va., Is visiting friends and
Bob Jones Mgr.
relatives here this week. ,
Mr. and Mra. Noon Mott have
received word( from their son
"t a py J. R., that he has been woundedin
action. Pfc. Mott la now In
y ENUF SED the hospital in. England and he

writes that he'would, like to hear
from all his friends back home.

i Jewelry Gifts Uniforms His address ia; Pfc. James R. I
Mott-34331894: Hospital Plant
No. 4172, APO 121 c-o Post Mas-
ter, New York City: N. Y. .
Mr, and Mra. E. H. demons

BUY BONDS . BUY BONDS . BUY BONDS . BUY were in Baldwin;:Sunday.

,.rf A.a NOW OPEN=

R ? : t: Full line of Office Supplies at

coQ <1M; .lnvefE J : 1)t c: The Bradford County Telegraph BLANDING CENTER'SNEW


: BQCQ> exci1iiz.clI Jewelry enCO o

::> :

4 -- ..., Ebony Cameo Pins BOWL- BA

Banana.Brooches t: .

ti : Plastic Heart Pin-ons C

t'" Sea Shell Novelties '< --

p COO Attractive Handpainted. Heart.Pennants SODA FOUNTAIN & LUNCHEONETT

( Mother of PearlNECKLACES .L.t CDz Our Breakfasts

are somethingto '
''i ; ; CO
crow about!
..s, with matching AlsoSHORT eru
j :
Bracelet or ear bobs ORDERSserved ; :

i, : A Complete Line of ,Florida 00C 9a.m.to9p.m.from TAKE HOME A PINT OR QUART


COO from the largest stock in Starke best of

,>n f fi q NEW TOYS NEW TOYS NEW TOYS j r..uraiur:


r Corner Call and Cherry :

'' 'Y S ,it!

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/, 1911 _
PAOli: sEVlgr

I Inlson! are upending this week In
TO Melrose with their aunt, Mrs. I.

WHERE FIND ITer Emma Mr. and Lamoreaux.Mrs. lUoomer Beilen-I I.I Woodla: wn

baugh and slater, Mrs. Nona fly Mr. Myrle Rafue

Bryant, of High Springs! visited . . .

Rogers' breathtakingly terpreted on the beautiful screen and in In-a/ . . . . I' . . . . I the Baptist Sunday School with relatives Mr and here Mrs Sunday.Roy Dirt and Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Crawfordwere
PictureOn genloua way How they land TheressaBy a party at Hampton Lake, lastThursday family of Gainesville were Sunday visiting Mrs Rachel Crawford'saunt
est HamptonBy I guests of Mrs Eva Blrt and Browning,
her finally, in the arms of Ray afternoon Swimmingwas last Friday.
Hit Playhogersand daughter, Mrs Ira Brown.
Milland, whom she enjoyed after
thought she Miss Ida flagon which a picnic
Barbara Home Mr. and Rev and Mrs. O.
Mrs L. L Beden- J. Rnulerson
Mlhaven't detested. Instead of married to . lunch was spread. Those I
Ray . spent last
er [ Warner Baxter or Jon Hall present were: Norma Sweeney, baugh and Wayne Newson were week with friends
been Been on K. B, Swindell of shopping In Jacksonville Thurs- here
l' makes exciting: and colorful see- Jacksonvillewas Birthday Party Martha Home, Gladys Hicks, :
reeB together sine, their Ing. visiting his mother last Sylva May was the honoreeat Hardene and Dorothy Waiter day of last wr.k. I iSr. and Mrs. Lewis Rafune ;
corned, "Tie Major week end. Lt. Billy Meyers of the U, S. and little daughter were visiting
Action a delightful children's son Eugene Mead, and Pete
Comedy Romance
Minor," have been re- Miss June Hutchinson has returned on her 10th party Roberts. Army arrived Sunday for a via- in Jacksonville, Friday of taut
I lady 'In the Dark", Setting a fast pace for com- to her home In birthday anniversary it with his mother Mrs. J. S. week
ID Georgia July 4th. "Blind Man'sBluff" Betty and Ethel Mae
spectacular proof edy action and romance, "The after Dueling, &veyers.Mrs. .
tile most spending a few weeks with was played on the lawn, who are employed In Jackson S rvlcei each Sunday at the
this or any other Navy Way" due at the Florida Miss Irene Cochran Jean M. Warren and Woodlawn
next Tuesday, friends. then several Interesting games ville spent the week-end at their Baptist Church. Sun- ,
at the Florida Wednesday and Mrs. daughter Calvlnette, and Mrs.
Lich opens D. L. Bailey and Mrs. were played indoors home day School 10:30: a, m., preach
midnight .and Thursday, describes the training among Strickland of Alachun
Florence were the
Saturday Loper were visiting in them ing 11:00: a. m.. Young People'smeeting
through Sunday and of recruits at the Great Lakes Starke, an exciting contest featur- Mrs. Otis Lowman and little guests of Mrs M. L. Walter- 7:30
Saturday. I : p. m. evening
malll ser
ing the
I IOD Naval Training Station. Playingin name "Washington". son left Friday for Leesvllle, son Saturday. vice 8:30:
Mrs. p.
r, successful the featured roles are Bob J C. Cochran was visit- Margaret Hall won first prize, La., to join her husband Pvt. i I
the highly Lowery, Jean Parker, Bill Henry Ing her husband at Unadllla a pair of child satuetteH, and Lowman who Is stationed at
.? of the same name, Ga., last week-end. Rosa Lee Chason was given the Camp Van Dorn Miss. '
and RoscoeKerns.,
iD/the Dark" is the storyJOlI1an Mrs. J. W. Moore and I consolation prize, ,a couple of OLD SARGE'S PUCESTARKE'S
son !
Virgin Lou Plckren I
editor of a magaio The three males !
are seen as
almost ,Charlie, and friend Jack, and I fancy handkerchiefs The guestswere I left Wednesday to upend her vacation -
repressions raw recruits their I ,
facing boot mother, Mrs. .J, E. invited Into the dining t
Ausley were I II with friends in Louisianaand
!w life It Is told against training and Miss Parker Is a visiting her aunt, Ida Hagan, room where the table'was appropriately MUnslHsippl. ORIGINAL
kground of fabulous pretty WAVE with .a pharmacist's I I
and ,
: Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Aus- Jn red bliss Madge Gay of Jacksonville
rating. i I ley and family white and blue, centered by a
and enjoyed the weekend at
keroine'a dreams are, In- Also to be seen and heard In|I Sunday. !'I huge birthday cake, also displaying home. I Army Store

-Mr.-p earl_n_ -Ur...t.,. w.T n A, .111111.-.iviiiiijttrnand ,I, the patriotic colors with _Mr.___*_. _.T.. .W... l'A..L'r_ ._.n_. .In_ vluldno-.!.......... Nlt''
r children of Ocala vlulled | ten candles circling it. Delicious her son, Dennis Parker S 1-c, y
Mr. and Mrs. A. L. 'fruit lunch, assorted cookies, U. S. Coast Guard, at St. Augustine -. 1
i: Sullivan recently. Authorized by the War r
JUST for ('I candles and nuts were also Department I
served. Giant red, white and Operated
Mrs. D. W. Moore and Mrs.A. blue pencils were given as favors Joann Rahme and Shirley DenRefrigeration by an ExSoldierHEADQUARTERS ,HS H

ti L. Sullivan were shopping in with a miniature American Ht S
FUNVISilT Keystone Saturday afternoon. flag presented to Sylvia. !
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas F t fl
The little hostess, and her 16
Brown of Hampton, and son,
: Frank, were visiting: Mrs. D. W, guests then admired the many for all
Moore, ,lovely gifts given her on this oc
Saturday afternoon.
casion. Those enjoying the par-
STARKE Mr. and Mrs. C. Sullivan were ty were: Shirley Hall Frankie .I
shopping in Starke, Saturday. Jean and Joann Rahme, Rosa Military Supplies
t Mrs. W. D. Garrett returned Lee Chason, Louise Meyers,
Amusements home from Camp Shelby, Miss., r
Margaret and Lucille Hall, II
after spending a few days there Gladys Hicks, Helen Jean and Novelties and l'
with her Jewelry
I I Doris Parker, Shirley Dennison,
F. Geiger, 'S 2-c, of Sanford Gladys Bundy Peggy Hlnnon,
I TEMPLE AVENUE was visiting his mother j and Norma Joan and Connie
One Block Mrs. S. R. Swindell, and family. Sweeney.Sunday. BanSuslOw'sArmy kIl
I Miss Beckie Brantly of Gran- Service l
From USO-NCCS din was visiting Mrs. Martha School I'artley
Will Castlebury a few days re- Mrs. Merle Rahme entertainedher
cently. I Sunday School class of the WINKLER'SELECTRIC Store
Mr. and Mrs. L Williamson Christian church with a swimming I
GAMES AND RIDES party at Hampton Beach, SERVICE
returned to their home after I
spending the Fourth in Virginia Wednesday evening. Fourteen 226 Temple Ave. 209 1 10:, Call St Starke, Fla.MIDNITE i
with relatives I members were present to enjoy I
Mrs. B. Powell and children the occasion and Mrx. Clarice
have returned to their home in Adkins assisted! Mrs Rahme In
Miami after spending a few caring for the little guests. Saturday JULYSunday
weeks with her sister, Mrs. E. Sandwiches, cake and Ice cream e
S. Slbley. were served and n very enjoyable Monday 16 & 17 ''
This Is
Store Strictly
time was had by all present -
the picture Is a. picked chorus of ,
.if the famous Great Lakes Naval Mrs. M. L. Watterson was' "''''.
G. 'Station- choir. hostess to her Junior Class of '"

I --, \,

l i in anticipating your needs __ I


'Full Line Military Supplies I fJ '
For the Folks back Home \ ,,t r

Souvenirs Watches- JUST ARRIVED i. for it will be years before Hollywood will

Jewelry Gifts Q Mother-Daughter Purses Q again be able to produce a picture as lavishly i ,,

From the Bahamas beautiful, spectacularly entertaining as .. sI
Bracelets & Necklaces Mexican Fans I I

1 .. FAST SERVICE Orange Blossom :-: Colorful fJ' i "


Decorative Souvenir

Children's Gift and ToysGISLAuVS from .celebratcd stage success '
Call Street Starke ,

1)) I i 4 : I' :

Next to Koch's Drug Store
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Through These Portals Pass r GW(; /// l F I 5 Lt toj;t,

i The Best SoldiersOn 1 iw f,


i Earth. . . ., ,

WellaveEVERYTHING j '*fa>I



you'll want for a R4rM R0 I 1I 1

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!! BIG EVENING ! WARN fR144f .

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BLANDINGCENTER And they will tell you that the P. S. Mi p ,, 1ON ,

v FisFN

Store is the best place to buy . . . I 1 Amid. breathtaking scenes, brilliant:", color, sweet with It I,

, ,r' ,music, surrounded by scores of stunning girls in gorgeous ''

|_LARGEST STOCK IN STARKE gowns, and hundreds of extras,. Ginger .dances again; sings.. (' j

I the sassy, sizzling saga of Jenny, in this thrilling'story.'ofa

P. S. STORESAt girl with..three men .on.her minJ'and..lovctishtln..her..eycsJ f .- ,

the Bus Station .
' fan aw, W Few CuftliJ tlhrt !,.*u.-*.tin*i MM..... .VI*Ms"-0 rl.odI..L.o". ",_ ,1.-
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I Friday. I

7I I ,
EIGHT -. -- Saturday night.
-- |the couple dance Cemetery '
carried WoH
I to her borne again ing Breakfast will be Monday Nlght_ Sketch
.1 Lake on the Fourth. are glad Me and the The '
Mrs Robert Ward and small; after several months vlalt with and eaten on the hike Group will meet at 8 o'clock on C. M. MCKinney ,llInolinc
Lawtey New River daughter Barbara Jean of Jacksonville her daughter,'-Sara. In Tennessee, group will return to the Club July 17 with Instructor Cpl. Scot- week that then. win be

spent several days last Mrs. Seebet' Moody reports a time for lunch. ty Westei'field once again. at the tery Working at .hr I

. Mis E. A. Sapp. She spent her stationed at West Palm ular part of the morning Club at programon 11 0'- The USO Club is located at 201. asked to attend

time canning and preserving Beach. Wednesday North Walnut Street, and is operated
Hunk fly Floating Mine School started last week with Let us say right here that Mrs Beverly Jo Crosby H back In clock under the able leadershipof by the National Board of TIlE CHCIUH
Arthur R. McRae principal and McGuire, super OF
Ijwtfy Soldier Hwks Action lead few days absence Mrs. David C. (r
Jessie Lee Lazenby lit In the school after a the Y. W. C. A.Registration
E Loadholtz, 3ft Mrs Cleo Andrews teacher,, We of school music In J. C. H\
Cpl. J. year with almost 100 quarts of blue with an' Infected foot. visor public PR: PM
old Lawtey soldier, among the hope to have another sucieanful Dodge City, Kan. Mrs. McGuire I
berries canned. She the attended -
LST says Mr. and Mra Shepherd take charge of Books lI.ada S..b...,| ,
survivor of an American them. has also agreed to 1 Jfh:1II: ., .
term.We worst part was picking church In Lake Butler sunday. vatloBiil M
(Landing Ship Tank) which are very proud to have our evening of community singingfor !Wervlre l IUw
Mr. and Mrs. Jay Moody and also Mra. Reddish Andrews and books of the City ..
Registration Smidart K .
truck a floating; mine and aank music teacher back with us this service men and service wives' int nil. y.
children spent Sunday la Raltordvlllltlng' daughter Maxine. 'of Starke: are now open at the P. -. e..d.y.. i,,. ;
within eight of the Normand year. Mrs.: Florence Graves of relatives.Mr. each Friday at 8 p. m.. starting .. ..,. .., . .noc .
asked to Hall and will remain open: ? .
Mr. Matthews has us Pn ,.,
to back Gainesville. She will ballads, City
beached, wan "itching go come on I 14. Old favorites I ..
and Mrs. C. E. Andrews I July for the for b r- In
write some news, We will try until August 12 purposeof ..
arM get real crack at Jerry'when I Wednesday.Mrs. 1 and recent popular songs will all ...da,. at Aim "
Mr. and Mrs. P. D. voters.Mrs. p. .
were visiting If will help us by sending orbrlnalng' registering new N.EV.
he cached a BiitUh in- Kate Shepherd has returned -I you be part of the song feat,
Reddish of Hellbronn Sunday p. to of the .:'" "OIH'
the Items any
from her visit In Miami .
van Ion port recently.A I Mrs. McGuire led In group singing R. A. Green was the guest 'HLI'O
few men were killed when with her aon Mike. While there m. older children In school.Series I Wives'Luncheon Mia Y. A. Harrisof Rear bl.rk..s,1 ?, "tl1,
the regular Army of her mother, ..
at I) .
the ship struck the mine. An attempt her other son, Edwin, from the I Miss Cozette Sapp returned i on Thursday, July 6. I Gainesville, last Sunday. > OR "t. Isle. 1f,,
made by Navy tugs to Panama Canal Zone, made a flyng from a two months visit with of Hikes
WTM 1 she and Mrs. Bruce ... .
At that time .. _ ,... .
' her aunt, Mrs. Lula Hunt of :Mul ..101.-.. r - - -
tow the ship In to the beach, but' flip over and said "hello elected to serve -
the boilers exploded about ten I mom" while his plane was still berry. She reports a nice time Planned For 1 R. McBride were Council fora

minutes! after the ship had !truck running. I and a nice tan. Army Wives GroupDrama I I on period the Army of eight Wives'weeks. Mrs. EVERY BRANCH OF

,, the mine and in another half hou t Mi' and Mrs Monroe Barr of Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Whiteheadare chairman,
she sank. Jacksonville were visiting her I the parents of a 7 lb. daugh nature hiking, choral A. J. Casey, Council luncheon, and

Moat of the survivors were taken grandparents Mr and Mrs. G. ter on July 3. work and community singing will I presided at the and Mrs 3ndUranCeH.
F. Nunnery
Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Johns had the Mrs. Grover
r off by an American destroyer W. Andrew a few days last fell soon be numbered among Paul C. Prickett were In chargeof
their this week Mr. and Walnut
jveek. as ; weekly activities! of the
and tranalerred later to ai decorations, Mis. McBrlde,
We to "Aunt Mrs. Marvin Walker and daughter Street USO Club.A -
LST for the return to England are sorry say Mahlig. Mrs. W. M.
hers went over the Idea: ant! 3ell" Johns is poorly at this writ Alma Lee, of Tarpon Springs. recently organized drama ,I Hooten.Mrs. Harvey Mrs. Irene Frederick and
Maybe she will feel strongr They were accompanied home by direction of Mrs.
re picked up by mine sweeper ing. group under the J. Luhn prepared and
d PT boat All wounded wen soon. Her daughter M.... Rosa MHS! Eloise Johns and M. L., Jr., C. J. Craig and Mrs. C. V. Gross, : Mrs.served R.the luncheon. c. WALL
johns of Jacksonville was visitingher for a short visit. short comedy .
inferred from the strlckei is hard at work on a II Philadelphia -
Mrs. I. F. Staller of
of Jacksonvillewas
Rob Andrews
_.lp without mishap. Sunday. to be presented at a forthcoming -
All the men were unanimous li Mrs. Della Thomas, Gun Thomas visiting friends and relatives weekly luncheon. I Pennsylvania, was the lucky AgencyConstant 1

their desire to be re-equipped and and Miss Mary Dekle of Jack this week-end. Mrs. Gross, newly appointed: winner of the grand prize at blnga;
sent back to the beachhead ai sonville were visiting Mr. and M. F. Wiggins was a business assistant, has : on July 6-a telephone call home. '
aoon an pO Mlble. Cpl Ixmdholts; Vfrs Reddish Andrews on the 4th. visitor to Lake City, Tuesday p. part-time program Wives' Mra. G. B. Flynn and Girl Service Over 50 Years
wth the
in the son of Mrs. H. D. Monlej. ] 'They with other friends and relatives m. planned of nature hikes, 'Scouts Betty Ann Flynn Marguerite
of Lawtey. enjoyed dinner at Sampson Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Andrewswere Council a series Fowler and t olla Jo Dum- Phone 116
Wednesday< Please
Lake. business visitors to Gainesville the first to be on ler served punch and cake to a
Mrs. Margaret Kelly of New few of' Monday. '' July 19 starting from the club 1000 at
Quite a us were picnicking 'I' ]I record crowd of nearly I
River I III upending some time hen and swimming at Hampton'j Friends of Mrs. D. W. Kelly building at 7 o'clock In the morn,

with her son and daughter-in-law. -
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Kelly. - .. .

Miss Vera Mosley was dinner

guest of Miss Evelyne Warren THE combined statement major financial organizations 'at the total of loans made

Sunday.Mrs. E. E. Burney and children of the Florida National of the South. by these banks will indi

of Jacksonville have been visiting 15 Strong Banksto cate the extent of ouiassistance
Banks presented
relatives here.Mr.attdMrlt. Group of -2. That the. Group
to borrow
-#- ,-P. U DljiK.lnvand "' here shows: Banks are cooperatingwholeheartedly "
on Paul, also Elmer Crews were whose enterprise will con

In .st, Augustine, Sunday.Mrs. a 1. That the Florida Na in encour-
Ruby Ilazen of Gainesville tribute to the future pros]

was the week-end guest of Serve You tional Group, with resourc aging and .developl g Flor- perity of Florida.

her brother and slster-ln-law. Mr. es exceeding a quarter of a Ida's business, industry
and Mrs. H. C.
Little Gayle Edwaids of Jack . billion dollars, is one of the and agriculture. A glance

sonville I III visiting her grandparents -

Mr. and Mrs Earl Edwards

Mrs, Joe Brown Is visiting relatives
In Jacksonville this week.
Bub Carter and children Miss COMBINED STATEMENTS

Evelyne Warren, Marvlne Warren .

Eater Shuford and several

otheis Hampton spent Lake.Tuesday evening at FLORIDA NATIONAL GROUP OF BANKS

Mr and Mrs. L. L. WainwrIght

entertained the Baptist B. Y. P.

U. members and several others

lursday iter In the night evening in delicious their home.rnsmcnts RESOURCES June 30,18143 June 30, 19

> of Ice cream and cake ,

ira served. 4 $ 29,800,102.99 $ 40,597,442.51Banking
Mr and Mrs. C. B. Bennett and Loans and Discounts

Children and Mrs. John Stalling .... ... ,
.- '..:,; *. ,t 1 r .._ ' ", 's' ,: .., '.
were shopping in Jacksonville, on House ariH FurnitureIncluding ,. .. "".... ';
Friday. 5197732.12' .,. 5,321,216.0
Office.,Buildings . .. "
entertained ? '
lss) IDA Forsyth a ::

group, of young people in her Other Real Estate OwnedPrepaid 372,291.21 "' 304,3959
hom,..'1a t Saturday night. Those Y" . .
t '/ . .:( ,
.. ,
attending enjoyed the evening. \ ( ;: II 32 761.0
28,784.12 -, ,
MI', and Mrs. H. C. Kelly and Expenses"Other .\

children were visiting in Gainesville 992.39 7,602.7
Sunday evening. Resources

Mrs. Earl Edwards and Mrs. '..
Giant Davidson were In Jacksonville Customers Liability Account t '' :'" ', it"' ',

Satuiday. '. ., {, J' 60,755.17 106,664.72
Letters ofCrlxlir r I
A two-weeks Bible School Is ;
being held at the Methodist I. *. ..*. ..'

church from 9:00: a. m. to 11:00 Accrued Interest and Income :

a. m. lor the young people of the Receivable 570,833.54 .: ": "\ 773,530.70
community. All Interested are .. 01'\11';"

Invited to attend. U. S. Government. Securities 76,545,203.38" ',. .., ,. I -"Ii.., .. 117519633.65
, .A. t ,., ;
'4 ,. I''i
Ir'Ial'1 I'r ( Ollir. alt ill F'I/IIU > \ ; : "
IKIIV.Ituliv toiiri.. Ki.oitin 1'1 4'II '>,- Florida Municipal 1 Bonds and . . 4 i>(: ;: ::: :r ;, .f'. '". .

Frame, Plaintiff. vs. (Clmrl. 15,875,328.60. ,.. ... .. 18,843,160.28
\V Frame l)rf<>ndniit. fumt No. 82x7. Other Securities : -
'. ANI NOT"'L To At'PUAIt '
8TATI3] OP "'LUItI1)tu: rimrlrn. Cash.on Hand and Due from r ', .
W. Krnmi. whose iHMlU.*iuft ,In Fort / '......... 251,415,181.3
Knox "Kentucky, ram of Itrhahlll- Banks 65,310,177:25LIABILITIES 158,301,543.27 114,278,856.74

tallon Center Barracks NumbvrYou 60: ...' .
are rmiulrvU tu uiipnur on "
August Mth, lim. ,In thu above I "
named Court and ratino, whorelnpliilntlfr : $ 193,762,201.27 $297,785,264.5
seeks I'liuntjr Tvlricruph )h :I\. thlMOul'r .. .... '
; In next four weedy IKHUHH.
Witness my hand. mul officialml .
at Hturke. Florida. thin July .'

lth !i44.OFb'Il'IA1.. . : "" ; < ; 1"- .\ :. ;': .,,-'
I. $l: \L1 A J. Thymus; e "
AH t'lflk. of said. Court.H. .'. .
' .
'j.' , '
. "' ; ; ;
Uik Duller Ktorl.UAtty. (
O llrown f {
fur I'If. 1-14-41-814| Capital Stock t \\0"; ; . \.::.. 1>. /.. $ 6,225,000.00 I " ''- -, $ 6,725,000.0?

' ,
.... <
t urplus" . '. !/I.t,;., 4, 318,500.00 t;,.. 's. 5,921,500.0
ea:LLp IIetAL '
I :
5'1'ROU'I' ' Undivided Profits'I: :, ; 768,650.2
I ( .......1_. .f r..w.rrf \' ; 659,860.35 ..J.'i
proper*?. .... mail. ever i i''\. . : '. '. ,, $
S3.OOO ...... of ".m.._ KurmitA Reserves ' 754:85' 889,510
.-r.n... Rarer tram all ever tan 699, .
Worl. F... o... Itmtlmm. .. ,,t,. b r" *

E. A. STROUT REALTY AGENCY Reserve for Income Tax ". ..... :... .; ;,.',. 1t.., 287,424.96 :"'. 868528..

" RepresentedLocauy Dividends Declared not yet payable J .: II/.f'r,' 4,187.5<

by I I. .' .,' 4,187.50 j' 4M ,1\1'\ : ili\.i '
I .
..; ,
< I"
>,' !o< .
HOLL1NGSWORTI1 Other Liabilities 4' .
F. C. .:......... .. ; : 283.22
116 S. Walnut St. fY: 396.61 .
Interest and Income Collected not,Earned i po.' ". (, ,,,oK ,4r
of/;" 3587
t ,. ' : 1 27
.i 104,212.24 ; Yi., ', > ,
Letters of Credit ;"" f : !
When Your 61:957:17: : Y
_, .': ,
.. .
: .
Deposits "
Back Hurts- 282,372,617,5
n. 181,400,907.59.
Anjjl Your Strength and ,; .

") E....y !. Below Par .
It nay b, ....... by dtvonUr of kidfunetion : 193762201.27 $297,785,264.5
.. that prrnlta polsoaaua'
..... to aemmulat For truly' manywh .. -
.....pI. I..1 .nr.d ...11 sad ._ra bl.
.. the kldnvy fail to rmov. .xewja
viiia blood.Bad orbs rut. matter Iron tho. Florida National Bank Florida Bank&Trust Co. Florida National Bank
You may suffer nagglnc baekaeho. Bank Florida Bank
rhouoiati. p.I..., fev dacb.a. dittm*** of JikrkaonviUe At Vest Palm Beach At Key West
ep night, !.( *toe. W.UIBJ. At Orlando At

Kttinc:: with. ..m.t frvquvat_ and and burning Scanty urlnatioa .la ...-* American National Bank Florida National Bank Fla. Nat'l Bk.&Trust Co. Florida Bank
otaor ./.a that eo"'Ia,.. .la wroog wit atb National Bank Florida
of IVnuacoU At Bartow
kldaeva or btaddvr. At Miami
T.......bould be no doubt that prompt At Lakeland At Clilpl yFlorida
treatment 11 ta wt..r tban ...1.... l.. '
D.oa''i Fill. baa It la bettor countrywide to my oa anodieino Florida National Bank Florida National Bank Fla. Bank & Trust Co. Florida National Bank Bank
Ibat won ap
,rees)1k.) eomethint.... f.vor.blyt..wa. \ At' St. Petersburg At Belle Glade At Daytona Beach At OcaU
.4>oom'.havo been trted and ttod I At Port St. Joe
at all drug Btorea.

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