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: August 11, 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: VID04875
Source Institution: University of Florida
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I test Home Side Strawberries of of Heaven the BRAD''r I ORD C'OUNTY TELEGRAPH for Recreation Trading Camp: Blending Center and '

Official County Publication Established In 1877 .. .. ..

........ !,o 1p1TY NDMRKK VI.>.KTV.T.. a-a.un...,

ding Commander WarnsAgainst\ 'Go Fishing' Attitudes Typhoid. Shots Board Provides Increase

Stage of The Game; Could Be Disastrous, Club Told To By Health Be Given Unit Free For Road and

..- Fund
I>r. I. R. Abrams, directorof Bridge!

tt C. Bo- commanding tho Clay-Bradford County
Blandlng waj 1- - ---- --- - --- __
Health (I'nlt hat
i camp announce
of Club Proposed Expenditures: For 1944.45
at the Rotary the Health Departmentlll
.'pecker day and j warned against Jflvefive typhoid fever In- I Gay Club Life Set Out By CommissionersAt
of the war effort norulutionn. according to the ,
.1 victory Is apparently 1n f ol lim hilt hchpdiile: Meeting Monday

Limtey, Monday ,lugu! -t II,

. slated that there liBite Ip. m.to3p.n'. Nipped In Bud Bradford County will enter the fiscal year 1911-.15 with
Rope tendency on the pert Starke, Thursday Aug. 17, 2 budgeted expenses only $1,983.15 more than that expended)
that they p. m. to 4 |>. m. in the 12 months
I' feel now now drawing to a close.
to fishing." Suchlenlng Rronker (.school hoti-o), Friday The life,.of a lush night spot
ft t and go the at tfeii .\ul{. 18, 10 a. m. to 12 was nipped In the bud last week The fact that tho increase is so little, in spite of an additional .

of could pace be die noon. I when County official. "Smelled a $10,000 budgeted for the Road! and Bridge Main.
|of the Rime commander stated, "Of (course. the Honlth<< Department r/lt"/ and made an Investigation I tenance }
raid the that the people olj glees; all presentUeInnixutatlont | two days before the date set for some careful pruning "here and there" at their meeting. in
j|f be of definite ser at any time" Or. the "opening". I the courthousetondny.: .
could Abram, stated, "but the BhoxeHrhrdulc Two local
r tel's
prom o werewarned
their The
ly stressing upon I 19.13.44 budget totaled $63,380.99! !), while expenses
N for N special typhoid with a threat of jail n-
of remain for the next 12 months estimated
1 the Importance nre at $67,364.14.
T a clinic. Incidentally gainst further exploitation of II
until the -t
1 their war jobs ,there ha been no typhoid their plans for the "private club" The necessity for substantial increases in the Road and

,ow Is struck. fever reported In either courtty. which. It la said, would permit Bridge Maintenance Fund was impressed upon the commissioners .
I Rose also gave an account1 Se to Aid'e," it This I I..* merely one of the many "members" bar facilities for their I by the large number of citizens appearing be-

1 Rotarlans, as taxpay- precautions we are taking" personal "bottles" and also pro. ford the Board Monday to describe the deplorable condition p%
i that la being
the care vide certain other enl"l.talnment.Ouch of roads and in
Service bridges various parts of the county. The i
|by as gambling and a place to
that waste is ell- unusually heavy rainfall this summer has played havoc with i
to tee
1 from the Army. He de. Legion Wants Men entertain "friends" of the opposite roads and bridges'!, which have been washed out almost as

tome of the measure Colonel E. C. Rose Of All Forces Atmosphere sex. was provided by I fast as they could be repaired

jj prevent waste of food to To Be Eligible "leg art" which enlivened the Until the rains let up, Commissioners plan to do only emergency

find reuse material and toe "lounge". repair work, but as. soon as. favorable weather' returns, an extensive -

| efficiency In, office work, Commander Floyd Green". presided The club, purported by the pro. program of road and bridge Improvement will be undertaken "

Wilson Gets Unexpected Good News; at a regular bi-monthly meet- piletors' tl> be for the convenience Not all of the $10.000 Increase In the Road and Bridge Fund .. +
Interfere Ing of the American Legion in of commissioned
non officers
M will go Into maintenance, however, as $3,000 of this total representsa
the Legion Hall Tuesday night had about 100 "members"and
i Completion Exceeded 5th War Loan QuotaThe Highlight of the business session was located, In upstairs quarters compromise settlement with the City of Stnike for the City's
treet Markers County was the resolution, passed bya on Call street ,, portion of road.| taxes collected Within Us. holders, Another $1.000
I unanimous vote to make all will be divided between Luwtey and Hampton under tho same provision

rent! project of the City "best news of the week" Bradford's E quota was $228,000.00. .- members! of the Armed Forces. Tire Service Under ,

j department, h e a ded by for Jos. E, Wilson local chairmanof It was stated that the final eligible for membership In the I I Following nre. minutes of the Commissioners: meeting Monday 1
Ian W M Edwards, Is the the Fifth War Loan Drive I tabulation might put the E quota American. Legion The resolutions ; New ManagementOperators relative to the adoption of the temporary budget:
li at each Intersection In came yesterday when he receiveda over the top also. The Treasury to be forwarded from this post t
of the Stnike Tire August 01 h., 1011
of cement posts to be letter from Jacksonville head Department has arranged It so to the national headquarters of
Service, located In the rear of The Hoard of County CommlnHloners' of Bradford Florida 1
; street markers.! quarters stating that Bradford that each county gets final credit I the organisation for approval. I County,
wen constructed by therd County had exceeded its "over I for all bonds purchased l by any Other business Included the appointment the Andiewa Garage, are announcing , then took up the matter of making an estimate of the necessary -

Engineering Co., and al'" quota by $76,749.25. person, no matter where, provided of Van H. Garden ns a change In manager expenses of the County for the fiscal year from October 1, 1914,
lig DPI and painted by there According to latest figures fur he gives the county as his place! Adjutant. replacing Gordon I ship from. Irvin Lawhorn, of to and. Including September 30th., 1945, and I having considered thereceipts
ton, Gil. who established the l.I
Department, nished by the Federal Reserve'" of residence. Barksdala who tendered Iii'resig! ness here to R. A. Weeks of Tlf.1 estimated by the Clerk and having given full consideration

( ordinance authorizing the Bank, the letter stated this county I I The news that Bradford had exceeded nation. I city. In charge of the plant of the needs and 1 necessities of the County and, the requirements<< forth le's

|was passed by the City was credited with bond sales of ; its over-all quota was!' The next meeting of the 22,post at Hill Mayes, Jr., expert capper fiscal year, have determined and do hereby declare the following ''rl
Wilson he
I welcome Chairman will held on August
about six months ago $355,749.25 dining the Fifth War doubly by and 1 'vulcnnlzer, who came here to be the estimated. expanses and, all special and extraordinary "expenses -
several Blandlng
tabulated which time Camp
because final figures
K t lack of materials and ; Loan Drive. Its quota was $279- will receive Invitations to several months ago when the contemplated for the year from nilvalorem taxation and,estimated
here Just, before the conclusion officials
Jy, frequent rains have de- 00000. plant opened will remain to from .ll.bH .
5 Indicated hat bt overlie recelDK other sourcx which will be av :
drive present.Telephone!
|!tj tompletr: ; Chief R.- C .: Of this amunt.l( liowover.. only of the 1"\. t all the work Mr Weeks! announced GENERAL FUND ''* "'A' ,- .ajff
while the quota was about $20.000 short. ,, ', \
E: Bonds ?
1 stated this week. It Will $168,731.25 were -- Girls yesterday, I Salaries! County Commlll..1oners -_..._......,._...._ '1.800.00I

[ilble .to finish the project ,1 Starke Tire Service will con .I Salary Clerk Circuit Court ______.._-...,__.-.?_,_...,._ 1200.00

end of this month he Boys Take'CarAlmost Nc .New Hats Cast Dance HostessesThe I tinue leaves to the guarantee plant he all said.worc that I i Supervisor of Registration _______..,.?_..._?_....._., 36000

jition to the name' From Under In City Ring USO-NCCS dance held I The plant la equipped with mod ; Sheriff Attendance on County Commissioners. _..-.__ 52.OO i
of the
the block number and dl- Nose As Deadline Nears Tuesday night August 8, did not ern electrical molds and Is cap. Attorney for County Commissioners __..._.._..._.._. 25.00:
vlll also be designated on Owner's ,I break up until 12 o'clock because I I'I able of servicing tires of all sizes Commission and Fee County Assessor of Taxes -..._ 2.60000 ;"

i rker, Chairman Edwards While Robert Green shopped at With only three "working days" everyone was having an enjoyable ,I and types. Estimates:' on work Commissions and Fee County Tax Collector ..-..-.... 2,60000

..d 1 I Next: logical step inking' the Quigley and Davis lumber left before the deadline for quail. time. All credit for the success are given free of charge I Maintenance County Courthouse. -,_._,_____....__..._ 600.00 t
of the city will be his fylng candidates in the City Elec- of the occasion Is due Mrs. Christian I, I Janitor u--_ 96000

[fmatic numbering of all yard :Monday afternoon car I, tlon of September 12, no new announcements and her girls from the Bell Council MeetsOnly I Lights, Fuel and Water _____________.....-._.__...... 1,000.00 ,t

In the city, a plan for was stolen from, under his very I were added to the I Telephone Co., In Starke. who Insurance _______._______________._._._____.._.__._. 800.00 +

to hopes will evolve In the nose. growing list during the current acted as hostesses. j I routine business was conducted 'I Incidentals ___________.______...................... 1,200.00
being driven away week. Delicious refreshments were at a meeting of the City
''lure, he said Seeing the car the Council Tuesday night Several I] Expense. of Elections _____.___.__......-_...___.._.1,000.00
chase in the dale the following can I served by the girls during ,
Green gave dldatea Up to have announced for the course of the evening. more Important matters were Legal<< Advertising and< Expenses ._.______......_..__ 200 (00Expenses )

Quigley automobile, and recoveredthe two vacancies coming up on the Music for the dance was fur- tabled until a subsequent meeting, ,I' Tax Delinquent Lands .....-...__._._....... BOO.00

th Side Next- stolen car near Herbert Pres- City Council: L. M. Gaines, Junius I n
re Your Paper cott's service station where the M. Smith, Van H Carden, E. W his buddies. members, it was said. I Indexing ..-_____._______________...-.___._..._.___ 30000
drivers abandoned it and disappeared Hayes and C. A Knight. -- --------..- Courthouse Furniture and Fixtures ...__._...._......_ 1,200.00 I

dIed On Curb into the woods. Mayor Chas. A. Darby haa announced 4 Fees and Cost Clerk Circuit Court _..._......____... 80000 I p

r The boys Calvin Starling and that he will be a candidate Maintenance Court Jail .____._.___...__......_....._. 600.00
Dyer- eo chairn of
Me n Lewis Thomas gave themselvesup for re-election and so far he A Thriving Inquests (Cor.) ....__________.___.________....___._. 300.00 t
paper drive In nrado'lty -
[ states that Starke- a few hours later however IS! unopposed.City r Insanity Inquiries _______________.___.____.__......_. 200.00

pn to bta catching toes and were released from custody K. registration books for Business Grows .... General Welfare __________________________.__..._.._ 3,400.00 ,
that the city trucks early Wednesday by Judge bond. qualifying new voters, will close SmallBeginning Operation of a County Health Unit ____u___._-...... 2.5OOOO
on an appearance From
eking up paper on Call Perryman Saturday August 12. Contingencies and Emergencies ___._____.............

"'ry Tuesday and in I II County Defense Council ______--_________--__._.______ 300 00
and South Starke on al- Readers Should Guest Pastor At II

e tales Tu"'day" Study Amendments Christian Church I TOTAL ________________.._...._._______._.____ 25997.00 ,

fw I Starke last Tnesaay' In the second section of this advertisement Rev R. Chase Tappan of Dub Salary and Fees Prosecuting Attorney _____.._.__...._ f 750.00 r

I[the decided Improvement Issue will be found forth a legal the pro- lin, Ga., will be guest speaker at Traffic Patrol ______.________.__....______.__........ 2,100.00
previous setting
at both
P'o remind residents week. He of posed amendments to the Florida the First Christian Church Morning worship FVes and Costs County Judge ........................ 1,500.00

services Sunday. __ .._._.__._._.._... 4.20000
Starke!! that the truck constitution that will be voted on will be at 11 o'clock and Fees and Cost Sheriff ____ ____ __.

Irk up paper on the north In the General Election in No evening service at 8 o'clock. Bible 3alllffs. _______________________._____.__.__.--_.___-t 60000
tt t ___.__.... I 50000
Tuesday August 15. vember. school begins at 10 o'clock each Sheriff'! ) Ccmmlxslon on Fines Collected u. !

P who would, like to get This advertisement will run in Sunday morning. Other Law Enforcement Agencies. ...__.______........ 1,00000reeding

h \11th11': Dyer con. the Telegraph for the next 13 Sermon topics announced for and Care of Prisoner _____-..-.-------_...._ 1,500.00luard

t: Paper salvage may do weeks and voters should familiarize this Sunday are "Characteristicsof at County Jail u___________.___.__.....__..... 720.00

telephoning 9 -\V. themselves with these amendments the Good Church Member" and tP. Reserved for Contingencies ---.-----.---...--...-....:. ';

j before going to thatpolla.taymen "The Church and Its Work" for Witness Fees ______________-_____._._..__...._..... 50000
services .
the morning and evening d Jurors Pay Rolls ___._________.___.....__._....__.... 300.00

Come Out of Aleutian Fog. I respectively. will also lead the
Rev. Tappan on TOTAL ..____________...........___..........w $13,070.00AGRICL'LTLJRAL
Get Florida Sand In Their Shoes weekly Bible Study group '
I.I Wednesday.. __ evening the class to FUND
the foggy, frozen wastes 1 convent* at 8 o'clock. Sunday at I -"- I I County Agent's Salary _._._._.__...___._..___.___.._ $ 2,100.00Contingencies
conduct a devotional promising Industry complNhed he set about making ... _ .
will Starke has a _
f - -
Aleutian Islands to the .5 p. m. he I I -------------------- ---- -- -
lands of Florida is quite at the USO at Temple and In the "brain child" of I Ironing boards by the dozen They I'!, Incidentals _____..._____________________.__.__....__. 111.14I
but the 75th Washington streets. James B. Rosier Jran Ironing filled his. workshop and ran over I

:Dade if' These Field boys Ar-removed < The Christian Church extendsan board factory which has survivedIts Into the rooms of the. Rosier faster I.I TOTAL ___-____________________u____________ I 2,217,14 '
to the public to to evolve Intoa home. Orders piled In t
Invitation pains
| |Into the Infantry growing IUUIJSIJ HIUnOH: M.\ISTF.S.\NC'tr. KI7NII
meet each of Its services.Lawteyite flourishing business and an encouraging 'than they could be filled !I d;
Training Center at to Incorporated Municipalities
of American Then Rosier collaborated with Road Tax: Due and Payable
.landing after 21 months example his father James Rosier. 8r.1 within the County --___________.._--__--__.. f 4,00000

ruardlng"> Alaska the outer ap- AccusedOf Ingenuity.It began. less than a year ago I and they began work on a small I I Salaries for Road Maintenance Crew ________-_____u__ 10,00000

and the United Killing Cow when Rosier having been rejected factory across" Lafayette street I Repairs and upkeep of Road Maintenance Equipment .. 2,00000

,, by the army because of'' from the original home workshop.It Gasoline and Fuel Oil for Road Machinery ____________ 1,000.00
'now lob will\ be to pro'thead Deputy Sheriff Melvin McKln- 111 health decided to experimentwith was finished last December. I Purchase of New Equipment ___uu_____._.______ 3,000 00
antry nmery support nay arrested O. !Williams afternoon .some article he could makeIn I Now Rosier employs two additional Insurance __________________________.____..___.______ 1100.00<

I at trainees on tactical In Lawtey Wednesday of killing his own home which people I workmen and turns out ,' Timber for Hrldges _______________________._.____.. 5,000.00Reserved
d I the Banding IRTC.m after he was accused cow belonging would be Interested In buylnlC.I I two types of Ironing board which for Contingencies ___uuu__________.______
Weapon of the 75th Is and burying at least one He made an Ironing board of are shipped In 12 dozen lots with
rawn howitzer fielll i na powerful e .y to a neighbor H. T. his own design. for a sUUr-ln-law. some 1200 orders board calling. for as many I TOTAL _._.___________________________________ $25,50000It
and he hit an as
it upon
r R. released by JudgeE. She liked I that the Clerk of the Circuit Court
H Camp, commander Williams was Idea. He made six more and took So that now business has boomed was therefore Resolved
a7eth. lays his K Ferryman on an them Up to Priest's. store.. They In the efficient little factory be directed to have the foregoing estimates as mad by the Doard of
organlza. Court
/UIa'1!! Army outfit that .j'' bond until Circuit Monday In sold before the close of the sec : until the demand for more and I; County Commissioners published in a newspaper in the County by
the old 76U Regilhe l. r' convenes on the ond day and proved to Rosier more Ironing boards far exceeds one insertion. ; and a copy thereof properly certified, forwarded to

Major I. a 1939 grad. November. Bennett that two that his hunch was right. I the number it can supply, and Its I, the Comptroller of the State of Florida.
the U Ve'j' Although says future when restrictions on materials M. O. Harr ll
to ,
S. Acad. from his herd His next step was arrangefor A J. Thomas
''I missing rescinded,
hen Mmtary"i cows with and labor are
been outlet for his product Chairman
out' found burled on
no. one was
commands only an out of town firm. That ac- loOkS exceedingly bright I I
Welt Point, ever since the Williams property. I ,

Major R. H. Camp



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) i Mott\ and family gum ?

BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH Wings Don't Last Forever . Thomas R. T.of Brooke, tl ,,j 8"v,*
iv.: :) @'O@ Galne'\i,,,i,
4. friends
f ing here SUI"j""I",
I t"-
4 EMtablllthf"d 1811 .:!.._. --. i.0. {J Mr. and Mrs
--- Jin, ,:
i E. I. Matthews. _____ _________ Editor and Owner c .:;:ro": ; : cll0 t1 High Springs we,, /t I'uglaa A"' i
l \ h hf
\ ..
Hocond Clans; Matter " ..
and Entered iU I"I"\ ,
'+ t'ubllehed \\efkly on Fridays .wr Mrs. Mallory '
h : ; t:1 / (\ rima, !
.'uI'ldLFarmers 1 i cl" '
Starke. ( hrr.
I at the Print Office at I.' \ .O pwW9q 'I >> D ,1VVf daughter. Odessa ;nl>! MP j"'
14: ; ', .. , sle Thomas of Sta.k.. p.1
"'\ + .',". tMv"Vf w .
Deserve Credit O JUST A YEAR AGO this by J:LHARRELL I ing here Sunday, It "J.

week American newspapers . :Miss Mary .
Haye .
For Steady Increase launched the Victory It's lots of fun to meet up with I while, as every well Informed I friends In Starke Satu w. vl&It, ;
Campaign 'y/ 4' ''' '/ Southerner knows, Port Royal, <'av
r know
Production Pulpwood M9Mer! strangers who don't my! Mr. and Mrs o I'
In Pulpwood South Carolina] Is the oldest set- palm
appeal the biggestliar
in response to an reputation for being Starke were visitors her
chairman of the War d. In Bradford County, Including I tlement in the country and< the Miss Ruby Ward of SuS .
''dl 's from Donald M. Nelson, l'ro-j o Q 7I -4r1 portions of Clay Union and I;:! Fountain of Youth Is Hellbronn visiting friends and ielatlvJi! w

I duction Board. picture was Baker. Springs, right here in Bradford Thursday "t

.n ,! ; At that time the pulpwood production supply has been d, l:D. b Take for Instance those three County. Merchant Marine Milto '
pulpwood eQ :
i drab indeed. The nation's military little goober-grabber ladles I met I have often thought that the of New York was c
the fall of 1912!) while of Starke visiting hi,
sine* citizens
We progressive %
steadily dwindling up with some time back. ther, Mrs Cecil Moore
: and essential civilian needs for paper and other pulpwood three were speaking about St. should organize a Bradford County Don't forget the revival, lastwtl,

1 products had been as steadily, rising. 1MI MY AWSaN' Augustine and when I Informed Historical Society and write a log at the Brooker *
It is" gratifying to know that the people of Bradford I ', Asa >tuna A 7rerosr t' them that the Fountain of Youth big book setting forth the historyof this week.i On,
and that pulpwood i ri1TN 7NA7 EASY community. If they ever
1 have responded to this appeal was not in the Ancient City, at all our
County : sub- rtognY want evidence that the CIIICI'1'r (:' >im
in this area currently shows a but right herein Bradford do and cos Yrl' KI0"1'en' tarn
production ,
period last" year, according County, they looked at me like Fountain of Youth Is now knownas CKI.V I1 tHI
the same
stantial increase over won't Famuel J. .
Hellbronn Springs and Dobbin" I Hni
L. T. Dyer, chair- they thought I WitS lying. II"lrr
by I Mary Ann DolJlJln.
supplied I'
to information Committee. An unusually I They Indignantly replied that stack the Bibles too high, I'll testify No. aUI: hilam'r'I

'' man of the local Victory Pulpwood has hindered operations I they had just come from St. Au-, with a perfectly straight )I, LAN!)!: NOT10K OF PI"k,-i'.1F'IFAa|, ,
heavy rainfall this summer gustine had viewed the old fort face that it is. STATK OF lo'I.oIUPI"|) !, ?,
s i I somewhat in the low lands, uraginglMr.fDythis the oldest house in America and If they want the evidence 437 Ann Dobbin. win,.,., i 1..ld'n,.
er Manhattan A. ;\,;...
handicap the response! is very the Fountain of Youth. They smeared on real deep and are City, Nw York 5
the hat, I'll make You are required ,
literature to willing to past '
even produced prove .
i .
-t IIMre
August 2lBt. 1M! ,
71 says.Even the emergency is not yet past for pulpwood their contentions. They seemedto the citizens of St. Augustine so named Court and l 1 .'h.,
so, '
the lean be trying to swap plaintiff .seeks ll\" ,
all but disappeared during think that those pretty picture jealous they'll she!
3 inventories County Telegraph hall ,
iiullliTb' I
( requirements' for paper postcards were to be believedIn houses and lots with the peopleof Order In next four \\'?-kiy I.JJWltneM
t' months of 1043! and military exceeded earlier Government ihar In the Cincinnati 1'tm.s-Stuf preference to anything I could Starke. I think any fair- my hnm ,mil., oil\!:<
have peal at Htaike. i'1nrrb
:,, and other pulp products say. They didn't take Into consideration minded set of jurymen would take 17th. 1944.OFFICIArr, thli JSRAT i
:, estimates. word ,In preference to what is ( .) A I Turn,
that I wasn't being my
4 of the woods-literally or figur- There Is Something O DID YOU DROP around AM Clerk of said Court
We are not yet out ; Bank and paid a thin dime to tell the truth printed on those picture post T. Frank I.nndrum, tUnrkt.Attv. Fiori
the victory the Blood
atively. In fact, WPB officials report that You Can Give: As while St. Augustine/: nearly went cards that St. Augustine put out for Pit. ;12Iemsyou
de- the last
increased the make a donation .
N 5" of our military services has bankrupt paying for manufactured to prove her historical eminence.I
tempo Important As Gold
mands for pulpwood-now a war material of the high time you were in Jack evidence to prove that she was say I THINK they'd take my CAN GET
sonville? the oldest city in the. United word-that is, If they didn't talk
est priority.pulpwood-producing area, this county and our A number of Bradford Countians have formed this States and, that the Fountain of too much to some of my so-called REAL RELIEF

# As a counties can be proud of our achievements important habit, but others, for one reason or another, Youth Is within her city limits friends around Lawtey.ter .

neighboring Without-the aid of our farmers, have never visited the place where life-giving plasmais from ACID

,'i during could the not past have year.made such progress. But, like our collected and sent to American fighting men in all . . . . . . Louise, of Starke, were visit- INDIGESTIONBISMARD
we but rather parts of the world. and relatives
in uniform, we're not celebrating yet Ing with friend
boys digging in for the rest of 1944 or until the war is won. The Jacksonville Blood Bank is located at 535 West BrookerBy here last week-end.

I Nelson.-you can count-on this community to cut 10th St. and in order to plan your visit to fit in with Atkinson her _and Mrs...Herman Henderson -
i share' of the needed 16,000,000 cords this year. your next business trip to the city, it would be well . . . . . . and Edward Starling of Mac- .ms I
its to clip the following schedule and keep it in your purseor clenny were visiting here Sunday.G. .

bill fold for future reference: Mrs Millie Fogg of Grahamwas W. Parrish of Duker was a
NOW THAT THE scores '' Mr. and Mrs J. P. visitor here last week.
We Poor Southerners added following l- Monday through Friday: 9 a. m. to 2 p. m. visiting
a have been up ? Roberts Thursday of last week. Mrs. Rita Brown of Raiford '
Didn't Know, results in Saturday: 9 a. m. to 12 noon. Carpenter's Drug Sto:
'rte' Just ] election Mr. and Mis.\ William Dukes was visiting Mr. and Mrs. Loy
Thursday evening: 5 p. m. to 7 p. m. I
states' primaries -
Southern visitors In
the and
Revolting family were
We Were
It is requested that appointments be made in ad- I
hearno .
we hope Worthington Springs. Saturday.Mrs. I
of the fictional so-called "revolt" in the Sou<\'. vance for groups of more than three people. This may C. L. Atkinson and daugh-: FOR SAFETY, COMFORT AND ECONOMY:\ RIDE
be done
more by telephoning Jacksonville 50569.
"revolt" was ters were In Tuesday.
r We felt all along that this highly-touted and reactionary It will remain for history to tell the full story of the Friends of Eldon Hardy will be FLORIDA MOTOR LINE BUSSESFOR
t nothing more or less than Republican wonders that have been performed-the thousands of interested to know that he Is In
Democratic propaganda foisted on n gullible public by lives that have been saved the of blood '
,' the big magazines Time and Life, and Tribune.such We this war. Surely the person who};) donates blood will ville.Cpl.ville. PLEASE PHONE 147

f* Roosevelt newspapers as the Chicago derive a deep and abiding satisfaction from the knowledge and Mrs. Resale Colson
I 1 strongly suspected that if yow told the man in the that he has played a vital part in saving these and baby daughter. Dianne, of

street that he was "revolting" 'he wouldn't know what Valdosta Ga., were visiting, Mr. UNION BUS STATIONLACY
lives.Add and Mrs. G. B. Colson this week.
d you were talking about. a visit to the Blood Bank to the list of important '
Southern primaries "seem, to Mrs. Lee Green and family
; - Results of the recent convention things you must attend to on your next visit to spent the week-end with relatives i CONWAY, Agent
the Chicago
bear us out. Even Jacksonville. Starke Florid
a Temple Ave. ,
in Tampa.
friend and supporter ,
Claude Pepper, !
r i Lister Friends of Mrs. 1C.\ Collins
the President, won handsomely in Florida.
will be interested know that
+r11 Hill, another Roosevelt man. won in Alabama. After 0 Hitler's general mobilization scheme for Germanyand I to
i she Is in the Alachua County
' S 1 the convention J. William Fulbright, thorough-going occupied countries has been extended to include Hospital in Gainesville. She hada

h Rooseveltian, led the field in Arkansas, eliminatingMrs. even bantam hens. Regular-sized chickens have long major operation last week and Prompt Service Careful Driver

Hattie Caraway, described as "a rather inert been mobilized, but now Adolf has decreed that the Is getting along; nicely.Mr. I I

3, ,t character but certainly no help to the administration". bantams, also, must provide at least sixty eggs annually and Mrs. Winfred t Hazenare 1

bf w Just recently voters in South Carolina, another of the toward the triump of the g re a t e r Riech. the proud parents of a baby Starke Taxi Service

supposedly "revolting" states, cast into the discard no Evidently, Hitler's desire to be cock-of-the-walk has daughter, Mary Ruth, born July

J less a personage than Cotton Ed Smith, violent oppon extended even to the hen house. 22. in the Alachua County Hospital I
t at Gainesville.
' ent of the President. revolt . . . . . . Miss Juanita Mr. and Mrs. William Floyd of Phone 150Day'
i So where does this leave your Southern ? Right Harper of Orange Gainesville were visitors here on

:'i back where it started from-in the realm of fictional RisingBy City, and on Sunday Willie Harper Sunday. Mr. Floyd had chargeof

i fantasy. The rank and file of :Southern Democrats and Louise Abbott of Orange ) the afternoon service at the Nigh
t''y simply refused to let themselves be talked into the i MRS.! EDDIE NORMAN City and Rev. D. G. Hemingway Church of Christ:

1<,tl '; i idea that they were revolting., But you can't blame . . . . . . of Starke. ) Mrs Daltod Carter and daugh- 1 - - - - - -- ------

;;, the Republicans! _and Democratic reactionaries- . .-for.. try. Mrs. J. E. Norman and arranddawgher I.. II _,r 4 .-
1 '' I' ing. It would have been a good trick if it i had i
Joan returned home last
worked I
; Saturday after visiting In LJthla.

i ii Dover, and St. Petersburg for two
I ;
Shift Babies e SOMEHOW there seemsbit weeks.
{ Suing
i; ,' to us a tremendous of Mrs. J. L. Jackson of Jackson- STARKE TIRE SERVICE

;f io, u. Are Being Deprived pathospacked into the accompanying ville spent this week-end with her

++' i, ? Of Home Influence otograph. mother, Mrs. J. E. Norman.
Mrs. Rufus Green and Mr. and
', It wasn't 'intended to be
Mrs. Edward Raulerson of Brook-
I pathetic. A news photographer simply saw the chance x
er were visiting Mr. and Mrs.
:'1'1 fur a good picture, and snapped it. Eddie Norman Sunday. NOW UNDER OWNERSHIP OF R. A. WEEKS
t to throughout the country the
i4t Sent newspapers James Norman and Bon were
y ;.l'' photographt visiting Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Sapp

r 4i0I .. was"Swing captioned Shift of Mr.Lake and Butler Mrs. Sunday.Gordon Jones and All Sizes Tires & Tubes Vulcanized
Babies" and daughter, Carolyn, were In Brooke

f'P. the accompany er, Sunday.Mr. .
i and Mrs. Eddie Normanwere
n g article
In Lake City Monday on

that explained the- business. ALL WORK GUARANTEED *

youngsters . . . . . . ;;;

are on their

t: way to a dor- GrahamBy

: ILItc" Portland mitory shipyard i, n Oregon a . . :Mrs.. !. T.. .t .Casey. . Recapping Done In Modern Electric Mold

where they Graham school started Monday
sleep each morning with Mrs. Ruth Frazier .

x .e night I until as teacher. .'
their mothers Misses\. Myrtle and Mildred by HILL MAYES Jr.
Thomas are spending the weakIn ,
finish th i
e r Starke with relatives.Mr. .
jobs 0 n the. .
I and :Mrs. Russel Starling
swing shift.I were In Gainesville last week buy- EXPERT RECAPPER AND VULCANIZER

We aren't Ing furniture for their apartment

plying that it In the home of Mrs. Clyde Strick

:; i isn't necessary' for mothers to engage in war wcrk. land.Church
Perhaps li some critical areas there isn't anyone else services were held Sunday .

i to do the job-who are we to say? morning and evening at the
't 24 HOUR
Baptbt church with Rev. L. 3. SERVICE ON RECAPPING
But we do maintain that the idea of children' trooping Hemingway.The .

t ; off to unfamiliar bunks in some bustling ship Quarterlies have arrivedfor

?i ,.J yard--no matter how comfortable and modernized Wednesday night Prayer

t >i those dormitories might. be-is tremendously pathetic.The Meeting services at the Christian

sooner they can get back to their own rooms, no Church and everyone Is urged toattend

I ; nr fl! ba.matter how humble, the better off they're going to i classes so and that select we leaders.mnf form our Best Grades of Materials Used

and Mrs. had
Berry Dyal
There seems to be doubt in some sctirae as to : sea last
I guest week their niece,
.1. 1 whether or not women will be willing to return to the I

monotony of home life after the war is ever. We believe

h l ,, ,t1: they will and for the sake of the kids in the picture WOllr Il'ti r MondInrestlrtNnt

L2 above, we sincerely hope they do. LOCATED IN REAR OF
The question of profit should not' be considered a fit J. W. ANDREWS GARAGE

!y factor for, in fact, it isn't. What profit" is there in a Your InretttmcntIn'America

ri thounamd extra dollars in the bank and a child in the Madlo Avenue StaiM &*\
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dt ,
o reformatory?, .
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Ip'1ljnking I . . . .. .1
Radio TalentIn Civilian WorkersAt I H. Wright John L. Walker, Ralph I BLinding and Eleanor J Cosby of
L Your Own Accessories I Nettles, Leslie F, Gllnaon \Ernest' : Stark... August 3
,,, Stage Show Sunnybrook Blanding

J[lea ns War Bond Money, Saved At Park TheatreA lly Mn Anuln Crawford I Given EmblemsThe GrIffis and Ira II BoyettP. I '

. . . . .. I TO CHECK R IA
J _... .r," _=_!" ', m ..._ i+ 4w known favorites of the radio will! Mrs. '11/'. R. HalHlop spent Monday -> Department's Emblem of Civil I Charles E. Varnes and Millie 'IN TDAYS
MIl be presented at the Park The with her sister, Mm. Annie | Service\ was recently made by direction
a atre Saturday night at 11:30: o'- Alvarez of Starko. {I of Col!. E. C. Rose Camp | Grlffis, both of La\vtey. August I take 666Liquid

clock. I Mr. and Mrs.. Dewey Wood (of Commander, to many Bradford i 8. :
t: Featured in the stage presentation -i i Jacksonville\ spent. last week herewith County residents! employed at Andrew U. lr..N..1Iof\ Camp for Malarial Symptom
x r. will be "Uncle Charley", red Mr. and Mrs H. B. Kelly. Camp Blanding: |
I qtn hot fiddler who Is heard with the I] Mr. and Mrs. Jack Ward of This award was established by
r Rainbow Ranch Girls radio program Crescent, Ga., spent :Monday and an Act of Congress/ to recognize I CAN USE MORE PULPWOOD ,
each Monday Wednesdayand Tuesday with his father and I
civilians who have completed six"'
Friday night at 8:30: o'clock; 'mother. Mr. and MI'R.V.. C. |
Judy Canova, who plays mod- Ward month's satisfactory. IIl'rvket a i i CONTAINER: COKPORATION OF AMERICA

ern rhythms on her six-string Kirby Crews and son Doyle attended War Department installation i I' FlmNANI>INA. FLA. I
guitar and has appeared on the the auction In Gainesville Those receiving this aw/\r,11

Grand Ole Opry program; and Monday. were: Cleveland Neal, Dorothy C. i .,, .,.. ...___ ',
<. Mickey Cartez, who dances hulas Walton, Lacy R. Edwards. Clinton -
I Mr. and Mrs Raymond Brown ,
x ? to rhumba rhythms. 1| Eaves Katherine C. Carroll 1
k .r of this section and Bruce Warren
a n r Occupying the screen at the Guilda T. Baggett. Mary E. Cain REASONABLEcliaiges
and daughter Mamie Jo werevisiting ,
Park for three days starting Sun I. relatives In Jacksonville I Irene Drake, Anita Lee, Susie K.Miller. -.
Thelma N. McKlnely, Edna
day will be "A Lady Takes A cfin
Monday. attended with the!! finest .
Chance", starring: Jean Arthur ]I Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Crosby and TRAIN SCHKIHMO: : cero Serving bring to us the favor and ; J''
and John Wayne Packed with I ;
I I cons Bule and Bobby and MI-H. I T. J. Griffin, local agent for friendship of the great communities
hilarious and
unexpected comedyIt
Raymond Brown were visiting the Seaboard Air Line, announces which we serve :
tells the rollicking\ story of a }
Bruce Warren and daughter I that effective July O.the following
3 1 ;. +4 c..r radio champ and a whitecollargirl Mamie Joe, of Worth Ington train schedule went Into effect: .I I
vacation from New York
Springs Friday. I !Southbound i of
City.Miss Among those from this section: No 1 due Starke 11:40: p. m. I '
Arthur has one of the gay attending the tobacco auction In No. 101 due Starko 11-12: p. m. .DEWITT C. JONES ;
est portrayals of her career in Lake City Tuesday were: Mr. and No. 107 due Starke 0.33: A. m.
..., this offering and Wayne, playinga Mrs. C. C. Crosby and sons, Bule Northbound t Funeral DirectorAMI1ULANCK '
light, romantic role for the and Bobby, Mr. and Mrs. J. R. No. 2 due Starke 4:45: a. m. \: SERVICE '
first time, is said to be a real Kelly and Mr. and! Mrs. II. B. No. 192 due Starke 5:20: a. \
"find". Kelly. No. 108 due Starke 6:08: p.
Charles Wlnnlger heads the sup Floyd Crosby. N. D. Thomas H. Slurko and Hell Branch\ Phone 7STAUKE.
porting cast a s Wayne's loyal B. Kelly and Fred Halalop were No. 101 leaves Starke 7 a. _
partner who tries to break up the attending: to business' In Gaines and No. 102 arrives from Hell FLORIDA '"

w impending romance. ville and Jacksonville Monday. 1:50:: p. m., dally\ except Sundays. .., .....-6 .. .. &

the! fashion for spring end ommer. This Hghta.a.topper .... . ...;... .. .... .. .. . . [ '
heads are ---------------- ----------- -- --- - ----- -- - - ---- ,
made of crocheted cotton scares ii a c.T accompanimentroar !
ai .ann..e.lher wardrobe. The matching big Is roomy and simply l )
.. Making! your own accessories means money saved and extra Ware ;
.ht. Direction for crocheting this hat and bag set may befined
stamped, aelf-addresM-d envelope to the Needlework ,
l b M-nJ'ng' a ....... . .. :
oeal of this papaw specifying No. 1871. V.' T' r O, '"" A',

$5. . . . a with her father and sister, J. J. t5
Ziegler and Mrs. J. D. Grlffls. Ord','J
heressay Miss Doris Powell of South
Miami is Visiting her Aunt, Mrs.E. .

. Miss. .M"* Hagan. . . S. Sibley.
1 Mrs. J. P. Dickerson was a New Institution of Service

a.- Mattie Hightower of Law- business visitor to Starke, Friday -
Is visiting her brother, ander
Mr. and Mrs. Percy Sullivan
D. J. Phillips and .
spent last week with his parents,
Jones Mr. and Mrs C. Sullivan. .
Mrs D. W Moore and Mrs. the Public .
of Was
in Loper were shopping: In Shelby Cpl. Miss.Ernest, is Trlest visiting his Camp parents Opened to
]rke Saturday.
E. Trlest.
I Mr. and Mrs. S.
Mrs R C Dampier and little Mr. and Mrs. Thomas F. Brown
Billie spent the week-end' and son, Frank visited Mr. and
I Mrs. A. L. Sullivan. 1
Sylvia and Glenn Milliken of August 5th
STARKE Ocala are visiting their grand- ,
TRANSFER parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. L Sullivan ;t

Rex Brooken. 6f Hampton was .. .. I .;
Local And a guest of von and Earnest
Trlest Sunday. .
Long Distance Mrs. Jake Cartensen and children -
of Green cove Springs/ are
Hauling visiting her mother, Mrs. S. R.

Swindell. '.
t Mrs. H. Zerrell antt children,
Phone 179 Beverly and Jackie of Jacksonville _
are visiting her parents, Mr \ ,
and Mrs. W. 'Packham, this ,
week. Ti i 2k t >
ROOFS Mrs Dan Railey and Mrs. Ben r;..
Loper were shopping in Starke '
REPAIREDGuararlleed Saturday. '
The Rev. Hogart of Palatka ''t!
WorkWallace filled his regular appointment at '
BII the Baptist Church Saturday nigh 1.:
and Sunday. .
Solano "t
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I:r 1.1 V' ;:, SOCIETY and CLUBS Surprise For Mrs.Shower RoehrigMrs. future- Farmers Put Food Profits in BondsThroughout Received As No To Complaints Assessment By Board

;" Norman Roehrig was guest

'ij"''j Mrs. Adkins Hostess I Business Women's of honor at a surprise shower .. ."_ .., ,.......,........ I I I No one appea ,. 'I\'
given at the Kingsley Lake boost r. meeting of C"nm, \ .

l.,? To WSCS Circles I Circle Met With of Mrs Lewis Luster on last Wed j a i! In the Com'thn',,?, M," da">,"'

Mrs. nesday. Co-hostesses were Mrs .tl .. fer any objection, . !
' I At Kingsley Lake SearingThe y ;
i Hayden James and Mm. WilliamL. on personal p, . ? '

' Business Womentt Circle of B. Richardson. !p. .. they were ,, 'tX
'J t.: Mrs. A. Z. Adkins was hostess' ', acc"-pl| in
j the Starke Baptist Church met A swimming party followed 1 the s n aIr 'a', 1x !"
I Clrclen One fixed
7 Monday afternoon to( ; t as by Cow,I ea
Woman's Society with Mrs. Earl Searing Monday three course luncheon which wan 'x;
\ and Two of the E. W. Hayes ;
i J : ; of Christian Service at her night. Mrs. Charles Torres had served upon the guests' arrival at + m 1 'n. 1944<
,: table In the center noon. Tables were prettily ap roll.
{ Kingsley Lake place. The meetIng arranged en a il. "" Y

; I hi; was well attended and a of the room, a miniature Indian pointed In yellow and. white where Completing th<- iU9m: ,

: ., pleasant and profitable afternoon village which Was the setting each place was marked with a"surprise" day Carl Johns ant L N a (

tor the program topic, "Extend favor. Attractive door met the board
; t was spent. relative!
/ i The meeting was opened by ing the Realm of the Kingdom prizes were a ships model and a waters which hav. been to

'I t chorus singing of "Blest be the Among tho Indians. of the AmPI' perfume lamp While Mrs Roehrl) R f 'A ''l in on the residents. ,f ,

icas". was presented with a number of pT1 Johns farm !In the
\; J Tie that Binds". Prayer was 0 I iht +lection
' 1 by biro E. K. Perryman, Devotional, led by Mrs. Torres. colorfully packaged shower gifts. Hampton. e-

,(.. f who presided over the meeting confuted of. Bible Study Topic Those enjoying the afternoon ,Ar

r" Mrs W. .I, Churchwell sang two I "The Keys of the Kingdom"; with their hostesses1 and the hon- \ f

f' ::1,4a I l lovely numbers, after which Mrs Members taking part In this oree were: Mrs Otis Hoppe, Mrs
i f W. Clute reviewed the fourth James E van z o, Mrs Herman y
r ,; T. program ''were: Mrs. Hazel Sim 1 d qJ 1
"God and the Problem Campbell. Mrs. Frank Rego. Mrs
of l
i chapter
.' n qf Suffering". Mrs I. P. Shep mon, Mrs. Ethel Biggs, and Mrs. Norman Stevens, Mrs. A: Brown, vs Ut .
Mona Canova. An ,
Mrs. Hugh Hunter, Mrs Jame
herd reviewed I an article on ,
discussion wa* carried on by the Holland Mrs./ Louise Calcutt Mrs
' China; and Mrs. W. G. Halle read I a
different members on the program 4
Adams Mrs Evora
Dorothy ,
an article entitled "A Soldier 3
from the South Seas", A liberal topic.A Bridges, Mrs. Melvin Alexander ? f F. .._.. ._.,
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offering for local work, and also motion was made to have a I and Mrs. Margaret Fprd. rogb : SD v' .,
'' special birthday fund, the proceeds I jyr,, t +
for state'pledge was taken. Expert
of which would go Into the Mrs. n. F. Demorest, Miss Ona A
I ;a During the social half hour,
building fund at the end of each Demorest, Mrs. E. L. Biggs and ,a Workmanship
n Mrs. B, A. Pope and Mrs. T. W.
daughter Dottle Sue and Mrs
t Caruthers served tea sandwiches Shaw
were and O. L. Beasley will accompany lust longer and
There 14 members y
.:; ;i and cookies
r three visitors present The collection I Mrs. O. J Griffin to her home p Fea, better when kept |In gOOd(| J

s amounted to |9 for the In St. Augustine where they will ? dltlon at all ,tlmO'I" \\

' 'Benefit Bridge WMS Fund and $8 for the Special stay for several days as her your Hlioeu need I alien
the nation the FFA boys are making a Bonds. No. Edward Jones of Pittsboro Chapter bring them In to 118 fl,.
Fund. (
'1'' The Junior Woman's Club wl11i' Mrs. Charles Orr who has been substantial contribution to the war effort through the FFA. North Carolina and some of his 4SS blgh-produc- really Rood: Job of ohn,
: ;",a hold a benefit bridge on Wednesday At the conclulilol} of the meetIng secretary to Attorney T. Frank production of the all-important food supply and puring victory hens. Edward made a net profit of $548.12 .

,, ;';, evening, August 16 at the the hostess served delicious Landrum for the past year, left chase of War Bonds with their profits. Shown here are from his flock last year and is putting In War
', , Club building. Miss Louise Snyder refreshments. recently for her home In Cle- some instances. No. 1 shows Robert Hill of the Wei- Bonds No. 4 shows Colin English. State Superintends pair.BROWNSTEE
with three of his ent of Public Instruction Herbert Shuman. president
"'; : Is" in charge of arrangements. The September meeting will be borne Tex., where she will re come eight registered Chapter FFA dairy, North calves.Carolina North Carolina, FFA boys Palmetto Chapter FFA, and Harrison E. Bamnger..
'jI with Mrs Guy Sale. main for sometime. in War State Senator, all of Florida at the high light: of an
and invested profits
dairy cows
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:' : Mrs. Earl Johnson ,_ Bonds totalling J308.650. No. 2 shows two Wilson annual rainer-ana-oon banquet. The Florida F uture
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_' :;: oi Hostess At Bridge Lebanon repairing farm equipment. At an auction of from their farm produce grown on their own class

Callstreet this farm equipment a total of $85,000 went into War project. Back_the.. _Attack-Buy More Than Before. Across From The Font oi
y entertaineda Carolyn
; : Mrs. Earl Johnson ,

f '4 group of friends at bridge Mon ; I. ,.J
day evening at the' home of her I! New Director

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'' 'ur W. L. Wall."i __ -- - ----- Birth Announcements
aunt Mrs -- - -- --

"i li' r, ; Bridge progressed a t three You can call 'em dog days, butI Phillips household. Ran into Red Now At USONCCSCharles .!Ji 1/0lt. wete tAe Only 'iJtlllt

' 1 tables with prizes, at the close call 'em DUCK days .' Honestly Kerce (ex-Callstreeter) yesterday J Wllklns has accepted -

+ of play going to Mrs. James -never have I seen so much and he tells me he'll)) soon be directorship of the USO
Lewis and Mrs./William Baggett. water fall from one piece of sky wearing the Navy blue!" . located at 400 Temple Ave.Club to You might not need automobile insurance But the o!

(,, ,4i For dessert the hostess served . All the piers on Kingsley fellow involve
'nG "" replace the former director; E. C. may you in an accident . ,
yj( salted peanuts. peach Ice cream Lake are Just about to submerge Marotta
'' Spotted! an' Jot tod: A trlmmer- LOOK INTO AUTOMOBILE
and cake. I'
'i 1 j but It's like Col. Rose NO
r7 ' 1 ; philosophically remarked the other slimmer Garland Godwin, home Staff Sergeant and Mrs. William Prior to his assignment here,

9 "'i Mrs. O. L; ..Beasley and sister have to have either the for a brief spell from Camp Pen McMillan announce the birth Mr. Wilkins was assistant director

..''t Mrs. J. W.i''Klncald, returned day-"We dleton Calif. . Caudle Hazen bf a 9 1-2 lb. daughter, Maxine at the
rain or the heat-BO we'll take Beach USO In Blloxl, CHARLEY E. JOHNS km
", 'I Wednesday f tom Tampa where ; the rain" . Guess the Plan- back in town and working at Gay at' the Camp Bland Ing Station Miss' H e comes from East
they visited their parents Mr. Blandlng for a while . .Dot Hospital on Saturday, July
GIs had rather have little
.yid ,, f and/Mrs. A. b. burden.a ding rain water trickling down their Gray look In' extra-special Monday 29. Meadow Hempstead, N Y., and PHONE 13-
t'd ; In pool-cool white with violets In previous to his employment with
o Sgt. McMillan arrived at midnight
necks than out from too
pass USO he
hair, quietly celebrating ; was associated wit
Z a "epeefat" last night from his station STARKE FLORIDA
much 'heat . Sooooo . It ,
occasion-her birthday! , Friendship House aa a volunteer
g It suits them who am I to com- at Lincoln. Nebraska to fee his
.h f vf la1nT, . Lll Sternberg' an' Richard Long wife, and daughter, who will make social worker. RlprMantlng THE TRAVELERS. Hartford
ri p '
f t k , making with the hero stuff Tuesi .
,, .. ... ; thdlr home temporarily with Mrs.McMillan's ,
SF ;y; -
day evening--dragging a blazing
' parents', tat Sgt. and
Larkin .Wcehu (O\lrll. R. A) Is radio from the Sternberg domicile Mrs J. M. Davie. here.

probably back by now from , Myrtlce Carpenter back AUGUST
Mr. and MrH. nurton Rosier.
} a Woodvlile, Miss., accompanied by from Pennsylvania . Grace
l 4 boy August 7, at Ralford, Fla.
e nambl attractive dotter of bAck
young Osborne In town tor the
, ( " Mignon and Bill LaMorte . week-end from summer school ;
Miss' Louise Thomas. and. Mm.
Bnmbl, who In c I d entally! was and surprised to encounter a flockof S
i e { s named tor the graceful woodland rumors to the effect that she Jeanette Christian returned recently

creature In the book and movieof has asked for a year's leave of from Washington, D. C.,

the same name, will remainIn absence from BHS . Tnln't 80, where they spent five days with

Starke with the Weeka for the Grace says . Incidentally, she the latter's daughter, Mrs. George

1 / I i tj h e '' time being . Friends of Mignon was elected to membership In Wells Thorp Mrs Christian also
I visited this week with Dr. E. A
f were certainly distressed to Kappa Delta PI, honorary education
Livingston in Gibson, N. .
g learn that she la now undergoing fraternity at the U of F a.
treatment as the result of infantile
? ' t she contracted : find HER name on the certificate -
while In New York .. . Their Sconm Fran IVek Is having of marriage along-side tbe FRIDAY AND SATURDAY ONLY

Is because quite a time explaining why she iridegroom's! . Seams Pat
sympathy even greater
came back to that Blanding of looked so pretty in bride's blue
such ALKA
dancing was an Importantpart SELTZER 60c
of Mlgnon'a life . She ficers' club tether day minus a an' carrying! sunny yellow Talisman SIZE 49c
date and plus a long-tall of ,
story roses that the Chaplain mistook
,_ ,
'' danced for pleasure, as welt eaprofrsalonally 1
5 1 d, r ,. and for some time a "sail" that turned into a swim her for the bride! . "

conducted a successful school In at least tor her escort, who, so Moral: "Close") doesn't count-except SHELL T 0 X INSECT KILLER ill9

Raleigh, N. C. . Doctors' hold! says Fran, took a plunger; Into In horseshoes, Pat! . GALLON CAN
i Kingsley Lake when he tried to

nriw out It will hope mean of poHKlblo years of recovery treatment, but, "adjust a all" Ot course the Flurried Flui..hes' : Martha John- PANOVITE VITAMINS High Potency $3.19
; t, at best . whole thing ended 'happily when son expecting Earl home on furlough $4.00 Value'
; the "soldier who
a sailor"returned
most any day now . ,
to the scene in. dry Jack Halle still a-tlngle from his 6" 6

Orrhlflx to T-.1 Bill Harvey, of khaki . Glimpsed hitting the first plane ride, from Miami to SIMILAC I I BABY FOOD S C
a Camp Blandlng's 67th Regiment, highway to the
P skeet shoots In Tampa . Sara Reed submitting POUND CANo
for his work on the spectacular Jax'ville Sunday afternoon: Titus( : her resignation. to the USO- 6. .. ." .. ...

I patriotic mural now on display at Olson Harry Houston, the W. P. YWCA . Dr. Middleton pleasedas cmr.'NAL;

Dob's Tavern . And another to Smiths (fJr. an' Sr.) and Bill Punch with his new Newfoundland PEPTOLBISMOLRegular

proprietor Bob Jones for his enthtixlnatlc Mundy . pup . Elbert Earl 89c
r Interest In the and $1 Size
1 boy Thornton yi
enlisting In Uncle Sam'RNavy. f
his art . .Bill Is now doing Pat Lumlw Mill has 0 CASHMERE
( i wedding . Members, of the Rotal'yClub Bouquet I/f
another-a copy of John Falter's bells ringing !In her ears after giving a regular ovation to Soap 27c23c

1 D popular painting, "In the Year of playing the brlde i maid role the Myrtle Anderson (assisted( by 3 Bars for 6
Our Lord( 1943" which was recently other day at a Blan MILK
1 t? I super-sweet Mrs. Bonham) for that wunner- OF MAGNESIA
printed in Enquire . ding wedding carried out with ful home-cooked chicken dinner ; '
Note this week from Juanlta Phillips military alre . Seems Haskell's
everything served Wednesday . Hear Ren Pint b t
(up Tallahasnee'! way) says: went according to Hoyle Sternberg (Lt. Col. with the 1st Life Buoy t
1 gxY'fttr "Your column l Is the highlight until after the ceremony, Pat and Division) has been hospitalized Shaving Cream 29c49c _

,, 6 r every Saturday morning In the the Chaplain were both surprised with( malaria f Tech. Sgt Jack Generous Size i

Berg writes )letters to wife BeeGlslaln's GILLETTE
iii, RAZOR A
( ,
o ( ) so steeped In appreciation rj d

for everything Americanthat With Blades
f You Can
she expects him to start using '
red white and blue Ink most PICKER
I r
te any day now . Says he wouldn't Handy to have around lOc

KEEP COOL trade: one foot of the United 0

:' h r "k i : States for the whole Italian boot, PE RU NA TONIC SET Of a $JL-| "

or any other place he's seen . 89c GIFT BOXE8
.... Regular $1 Size rries
, .Y ., .-- JJI" keep dr/nb trorurd :4
;. ir I rs We'll do yourLAUNDRY Maybe the word Bamboo doesn'tmean BRIT EN Tooth Powder y.tag cloth. .'.ndt .eutd n

anything to you now but a Ther're tnmbl.r.eer'tknit.; :.. bo a'riI
I 39c : 70"..-.I'
Feminine bit of shrubbery . All that L.. aortal : ea> ... .
; , Young I Brm. nrm.whlt /. ...1... ;" .1."
t will be changed !in a few weeks, JERIS Hair Tonic .-ld.iHif _onlrt Wr'''''
'' Formality Doing a full wash once a week fa no however-Just wait!. I'm already & OilBoth eotoreg

pleasure at anytime, but In hot weather, hearing Intriguing hints about for 76c "". for .rl- arrorted ,did ro''''

1' I It bwoniei a ral bonito as WI'UIIH a hazard "The Bamboo" the new eat- Rexettes A. REGULARS rIh( tdead k"t
These are the kind of Sanitary i. SANDS. WWt.C. d.....
? to good houlth for Mich tttrenumia erle-drlnkerle Joe Edwards and TW.COI.OM. od..kl-

formals that take well to 3 work can over tnUn ;your niuwle*. Launf Mollie\ Snyder will open to the 12 regular size 17c I Itrlped, .'H 1 .lI ..

If t i moonli g ht..lushflow- ,: dry I It no trouble to u.., however' for our public on Temple Ave.. come early Yad and flMM Orion f{ '
Fall' . 'TIs rumored there will
i nxxlren .
l' ing and figure-flattering. fully equipped plant can take be> blonde wood furnishings & Pre8cit ;
exotic 'We
s Fill
1 I care all your wolletl clothing! and linen breads served In baskets, YES *ns With High Quality Iru9s'.oe
See them
at. . with
;; + ae. Try unlng our laundry service
'' huge salads tossed In wooden 'We DO NOT SUBSTITUTE Substitutes.
and nee how Mfr ;jour days will be. bowls, and best of all-real table- I_ _, or use

Krgulurly scheduled .lellverle. cloths and napkins! Sounds I"

r; i, F scrumptuous, doesn't It? . Ian
hardly wait to tuck my feet '

,,a. e d 0 Starke Dry Cleaners and LaundryPhone under a table! . CARPENTERTHE

Well gucs! that winds up the

28 little black book for this time

,,jIiJ'r'; ? Starke, Fla. . So long . See you In the REXALL DRUG STORE

next . .
/Sr evjl's4 -Carolyn. 64 FLORIDA


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BITS of LOCAL NEWS i iHI" I i Klngsley lake with her brother, A, Harris.. of Gainesville. her shirt r.\U FIVE "j"jI

Hi I Economical and Patriotic If and Hisler-ln-law. Mr and Mrs. t Mrs H L. Speer of Pahokre I
Jog:' K Wlls.m. and
i niece and nephew Betty-
the I You Save More\ for War Komi'sTropical lou and Jerry, Harris of Wa"hing-; R
r'1'osby spent Mrs. Wilson Q. Lee Mrs W H Nollman arrived
'"'' returned I at tun, I O (-.
)11s I I. iHiksonvllle.M yeste r day from Jacksonville, her home here last Friday after I!
where she visited her aunt Mrs... upending the past several monthsIn ,I e.... .. ....._'t
,. M-, L. A Davis are James Godbold. A. H I
ndN .t', anion In the moun- On her way to Stniko .Mho. enjoyed i_ : i i (.
.. 111e. N. C. Mrs. I i'RESCRIPTIUNeSsb
x Tillman Hutto and on. a visit. with her .sister anti,
.nl AjVI'
Scwell has returned Frankle, and Miss Lecy Denmarkof i biother-ln-luw, Mr. and Mrs T ,

Hies! ''flv', '( visit! with friendiVVHlH1 Jacksonville spent last week' Oliver at St. Simon[ Island who f .t I '', ...__ ., ,

lie:)ram 4ft.', "and a Bartow, with Mrs. L. S. Hutto. were giving a hounepnrt.v In honor I. ,. ..,.... .,. ......
Mr. and Mrs. W. U Andrewsand I of I
Bateman spent the another sister 111'11V.. F. ,.
Ur< family are spending two '*
with Lt Bateman who t Swlnyer of Sacramento Calif. THEt
heft months at their summer home on i
;stationed at Camp Rucker Ala. Midlakes. e Y tit s 1 t :t Fans and Mrs. R. E.. Green and I --
JJIr[ and Mr. L on Powell were lastursdnY Miss Martha Lee Ryan of Jack- 7, s, v ,1Q for Mia Oviedo Carrie Fin.Ritch, for left a Wednesduv short. visit i I 1$ r

Jacksonville sonville visited Mrs. R, E. Green 4p with Mrs Hitch's brotherinlawand (
last week In the home of Mr. \ .
and .. sister Mr. and Mrs L. R. -' '
A. Bishop[ visited! her Mrs T. J. Griffin Jordan ,
H >
lire m \ r
a :::,
L7 Mrs A D. Williamson of ,I -" .-....- ,
C. A. Knight will leave Satur- Paul
Knight !has "
several days last week. 4 returned to I
adenton day for Waynesvllle N. C., wherehe New York City after -"-

i Mrs[ M P Gahagan will leave will join his wife for several : 4 4ti two weeks vacation at upendinga Jacksonville .. !,

L':, week foi Savannah Ga., to weeks vacation. I : iITd.: Bench and In Staike with I'' .

I.It friends, and relatives. George; Flynn Jr.. A-S of Albany i his parents, Col. and Mrs. D. E. tour (.Imrntm-l-i-l |I.. it skilled.. -

j Hiss! Cecil Price of Quincy IsI.IURg' Ga., spent the weekend I .. Knight. I, 4selentl.t. You van clInt onto ',;
her mother, Mrs- William here with his parents, Mr. and I Mr. and! Mrs.! E j Bowling/ : hint fill jour |pm.rrrtptlonsiquickI [
tonIsI Mrs. George Flynn Sr. spent Wednesday in Jacksonville. > and \'

I viola Smith Is Ipendlngmonlh" Mr. and Mrs. H. V. Knight will ... R,,e ea J } ; r, Miss Mary Brownlee daughter ] Z
lis s'k 1P of i
} 4 R Mr and Mrs H. L. Itrownlrc -r I

J!lID Pennsylvania.' vacation with her par- Beach.return short home vacation this week-end at Daytona aftera ti *v's pd'q''1 g1 1 1 ,a t nwd gx sa?..R tie, ? + d arrived LOUIS to this spend week from several St.l! Carpenter'sThe I.,

Jjlrs[ Bernice Johnson and Miss v "'k" iide weeks with her parents I Kexall Drug Store ,

loulse Stern left Sunday for aeek'9 Mrc.: S. C. Carnell and son Mrs R. A. Green had as !
i stay in Washington D. C. Gene, of Ormond, spent the weekend week, her mother, Mrs guestslust Y. Starke (Phone fit Florid;
here with her parents, Mr. .. . I . I_
J Irs H. A. Bishop Miss Nina and Mrs. F. A. Scott.
Lop, and Mrs. W. C. Powell
Miss of the H. C. Plenty of
Ethyl Taylor
nt Wednesday Jacksonville. _____,___,_'..._.m.__ t
Wall Agency and Miss Cleo Nor
I Mrs J. E. Smith and daughter, man of Western Union are vaca- heat waves will leave you a. cool and"calm a. this Power STEEL WOOL and
I ana are now [in Shubuta Ml s., tioning at Daytona Beach. model if you wear this crisp two-piece gingham. right for town wcountry.
You make it In red and white with
Mis. Smith's, relatives. might a plaid. trimming of BRILLO
siting Mr. and Mrs. N. T. Ritch and red bias binding. lieiide being fun to sew for yourself it !I. economical SOAP PADS
w and patriotic, for you will be able to save for more War liontU and.tamp*. ---
Miss Carolyn Green are spendinga A suitable pattern may be obtained at your local store.U. in stock
atch Your ten-day vacation In and around .S Tnamry Defarimtxt 500 BILL I now
'Ashvill and Marlon N. C. L" h
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Kidneys/ Miss Betty Hayes returned Sun- Ens. Robert E. Green arrived tomorrow for Auburn, Ala. where
Sunday to spend two weeks with she and Lt. Pope have spent the CASES at half price
Help Them Cleanse the Blood day from a two weeks' visit In
Mrs. Robert E. Green who is past two years.
Harmful Body WasteYour
with slster-ln-
Jacksonville her the guest of Mr. and Mrs. T. J.
cute matter from:the eonitantly blood I trcmm.filtering: But law Mrs. E. W. Hayes, Jr. Griffin. Miss Madge Mldil 1 e ton of TURKISH WASHCLOTHS
kidotyi, .om.tlm..lac In their..ork- Starke and Mrs. Elizabeth Dillard,
Dot Bore act Inpurltln II Nature that intended II retained-fail,to may r.- Mrs. T. E. Fitzgerald has returned Mrs. B. Jacobs left Tuesday for hostess at Guest House No.3, AND

POIIBO the ayetem. and upset the whole to her home in Tampa Jacksonville where she will visit Camp Blanding, spent several
I m..hIDory.Symptom..may be nagging backache, after a visit at Klngsley Lake her daughters Mrs. Clarence days visiting in St. Augustine
I ptnuteat headache,,attmcka... o(dicKin..., with her daughter, Mrs. M. F. Nuwsbaum!' and Mrs. Jack Wil last week. I
fetttof up Diithta .1111111. pulflneaa t
under the 'Y..-* feeling of nervous Brown. liams.
ninety and Lou of pep and itrength. Ensign and Mrs E. K. Perry i Plenty In Stock Now
Other njni ol kidney or bladder dlaI Mrs. William Baggett and Mrs. Chas. A. Jenkins, Petty Officer man Jr., who have been residing/ I II
I order are aoraetlmra burnloc. scanty or
I too frequent urination. James Blackshear spent the week- 3-c, Is home on another emerg- temporarily In Jacksonville left
. ... .,.
There should b. doubt that
tmiment" I. wiser no than neglect.prompt V.. end In Jacksonville with I Mrs. ency leave because of illness In recently for San Francisco where .I
I Does fida. Doait't have bean winning Blackshe a r''s sister Miss Bee his family. He Is stationed on the former Is to be stationed until -
I I ae They friend have for a nation-wide more than forty reputation.y..... Cady. the West Coast.R. his ship leaves port. SEE US FOR SCHOOL SUPPLIES -
recommended by grateful people the
Kuntry over. Aik your iMigAforDOANS / Miss Delores Alvarez of Macon, J. Gomes recently returned Mrs. G. C. Tlllls of Gainesvilleleft

Ga., is visiting her grandmother, after spending sometime withGeo. for her home Wednesdayafter
PILLS Mrs. Frank E. Wilson and F. Tlbblts In the Adirondack spending several days this TAKE I
Mr. Wilson at their Klngsley Lake Mountains and a week [In week with her /granddaughter SCHOOL

home for several weeks. New York City. :Mrs Charles A. Jenkins Dia Bisma sups
.. .*" th at a re
Mrs. "Grace Pearce and son Judge E. K. Perryman left I -t' .
Vernon, of Plant City. were visIting Tuesday night for Jacksonville to 50c SUPS t I .
her brother, and sister-in-law attend the County Judge's meetIng -
NAT SEZ: Mr. and Mrs J H. Fields. I'e- While there he saw Jo nM.
I can remember when steukr. cently. Emmett Ferryman of to his new
station In California.Mr. DistressedSlornach
were H common thing. Every: little Pfc. Thomas I. Mersereau of

t Jook hail "steaks" from 50c up. Camp Stewart, Ga., arrived In and Mrs. E. S. Matthews :
4 The best In the house!' for 85c.; Camp Stewart, Ga., is spending a of Starke and' Dr. and Mrs. H. B. GIVESSplendid; I
Now, the best restaurants In New ten-day furlough with his parents McLendon and daughter Jeannette ReliefFor t It
York lire always! out and when Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Mersereau. are spending a vacation at t
they do have them the 85 center Coronado Beach near New C] u s, Indigestion.
Is !92.50.! Mrs. W. S. Stroman and :Mrs.S. Smyrna. i Sour Stomach. Elc. // icon'I be long now!

'I like pork chops pretty Rood, S. Dowling had as guests last l
but my Good Book M-Z sumpin' Sunday Mr. and Mrs.! James God- Miss Marjorie Sue Mlddleton
'bout not eating poik. Guess I'll bold, H. H. Stroman and Mrs. of Jacksonville arrived I yesterday
hambur Godbold, Sr., all of Jacksonville. for a visit with her grandparents,
K:<> to Jerry's and get a
Dr. and Mrs. W. E. Mlddleton.Mis. Koch Drug Store
ger. Mi's. B. A. Pope who has been

-." .1. here visiting her parents, Judge Lee McDonald of Jack-
and Mrs. A. Z. Adkins, will leave sonville Is spending[ this week at I .

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To soldiers overseas Coca-Cola is a reminder of home. To soldiers at home

ALL STYLES 2. oa furlough, "Coke" is part of the old familiar way of living. With frosty bottles I j

ALL of "Coke'on hand offering a man in uniform a refreshing welcome is an y ell;
easy matter hive a "Cck" is always the hospitable thing to say. In many lands

2.98 to t 5.95Sternberg's overseas as in your own living!; room, Coca-Cola stands foe tbt pauit that ,

--- re/rtfJti,-his become a happy symbol of hospitality. 1eCoke"Coca-Cola
Ic'.natural for popular names

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i and was manager of a local funeral rharleRton Shlpa; ,
Supper Club slnee January 1943. dork Co.. Chan!h . "I 1 1Se
GIFTS home
--- emter .
GISLAIN'S GIFTS To Be OrganizedAt Dick Williams was affiliated lit/t/, .I."' ::....
with a local funeral home since named Coin ., " .
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Walnut St. USO SAVE TIME CONSULT THIS DIRECTORYFOR 1937. He has been a resident of County plaintiff Trlegrtpi"ec.k/ ,01'i,, ,wQ d''!
Alachua County for the past 18 .this|.. Order ,10 u.. ,' ""
L See O Plans are under way for the organization INFORMATION OF CAMP KLANDIXC SHOPPINGAND years, and is a brother of CaptainD. .u.Vlt. np,,, 111\' ,

tit rl of a upper club for I RECREATIONAL CENTERfield E. (Jack) Williams a former i 7th seal, attllll"1940OFFICIAL! ", I 1'I'I
t COr1 married service people at the -------- -- resident of Starke. ( ti,.: \ I 1
i iCEJIoTEUl" All Clerk
5/'e.Je >- Walnut Street USO, Mrs. P. C. promises) the group some AMUSEMENTSStarke I Meet 'Box'; Only Dog : : WORKING i T.Atty Frank for Pit.ur Laud,'a,'01 ,.i,
Pilckett ArmyVlvl's' Council
I"" z chairman ann ounced yeiUerdiy outdoor d.iKRe in the near/ future. Amusements Ever Placed Under R. H. Green, Jr., announced this '
.\. In to a number of requests week that there will be a cemetery -
Servicemen: or w ; GoO in taking part In such ; from soldiers for "a game: working at the New River BUY
II..; > ) a group are asked to register of bridge", Monday evenings will fly J. L. Peek Cemetery o n Thursday, August WAR io\D.
,,,1'' ,\ ] with Mrs Prickett, Sara Reed, be given over to bridge and table 17. All are requested to bring ('.....t LlahhrFlash .
,j'', I' O Mother 1 1CO club director, or Sue Bateman, games, to begin at 8 o'clock.: Camp Diner My good friend and noted Greek, their own basket dinner and come Llaht .
'I Those Interested may make up Snack Bar Mike Klondes tells this one: prepared to assist with the work.iv 1t.I.
Daughter staff( assistant OH goon as poaglblc. -
r 1O their own tables If they prefer, Franks Fine Food Mike had, and has, a dog of Irontn Car In.
1 the denomination of well, let's ('inn'IT ("0l'ItT Rir>Koi 1".t" v......
NECKLACES or come Individually and partners rot >TY FI.OHln.CH."' -
': Other changes In the weekly will be arranged. MHIigan's Grill call it a poodle, but it's a darned (''.II''. fishy Hotlle. \\Brmfr. .
schedule at the Club follows -
are an
Howard liar wood BiiHHfinl Plaintiff -
Duo .
i/ : The sketch group which has Wives and soldiers have been good looking dog. VH. Dorothy Jane Dyer Etiaard Therm it ,, Wlfr| an,
GIFTSGislain's Several weeks Defendant, CRBO No. 8ZS7.OIIDEB Coir Coffee Maker.,
volunteer a-
met on Monday Evenings l In be- busy with OF PUBLICATION
. u O New Unique ing changed to Sunday at 7:3d: round the USO Club, and latest, z ago "Box", as AND NOTICE TO AHPKAIl Riles" Coffee Makers. .
t"'" he is called, was RTATE OF FLORIDA to: Dorothy<
150 hours t. F..t..n.l..n
"' o'clock. Soldiers and their wives honors for completing ; Jane Ityer Brassard. whose address. fords
PUZZLE Letters > and townsfolk are invited to take of service go to Sgt. Jack MuranoCo. Wonder Gift Shop 441 missing I I and 1 I..* Route 1, HaKertnwn, Maryland, Itadlo Antenna Mire.
A, 203 Itn.), and Mrs. C. J. Mike went on a You are required to appear on n..k .
5: advaptago of the excellent instruction I ( .i September 4th, 1944, In the above Fluo..t I.on,,,
of Sgt. Scotty West- Carlg, who have each received a MILITARYSUPPLIES searching to u r. named Court. and cause, wherein Tattle Lam pa.
1 Pastel f large USO pin In appreciation of, He saw box lookIng plaintiff seeks divorce Bradford
O Lovely erfielJ, professional teacher o County Telegraph shall publish this Hut Cap
COO art In civilian life. Sgt Wester- their service. through a i Order In next four weekly IHKUCH.WltneHH Plug Bodlra
CaribbeanPEARLS ; car window my hand and official' '
-:.,_._.________ !. I Mrs.of Carlg the Army was Wives'elected Councilat secretary Ben Suslow's Army Store caught the num- enl. at 6th,Starke.1944.OFFICIAL Florida, thin. Au.gut null Chain I>oihle TaFlnoreiirent s....
''its ;j il' Gislain's ber of the car, ( SEAL) A, J. Thomas A: 1..11..1..1
I the regular luncheon meetingon An. Clerk of mid Court. I-IK lit huh ,,
\ ; Monday and Mrs. A. D. Thorp P. S. Stores checked on the jr. O. Brown, Lake Butler Florida'
owner, but the Atty. for 1'lf. 8-11 4t 9-1 Type.lrl, and Mrs. MIllicent Moore
r f were Shafkin'sThe
a, O Color Gay CoO welcomed to the Council as new StagPHOTOGRAPHY man did not want to give the iv cot rmnir VTV KLOIIIDtl OIHT, Bit IV'UFOIIO'II'4- l.nmt.II..but...Ire nut len. _Ilatle
members, elected to replace girls dog up.Mike. CKI V.Lurllna .

'x HEAD SCARFS whoRe term of office has expired. : then went to Judge E. K. Marlon Walter M Jon.Jones. K, Plaintiff, Defendant.. VK. WINKLERELECTRIC

.,. Perryman, sued out -replevin, Cane No. 8268.ORDEH .
", en"I Army wives who are now In had to give bond. Deputy Sheriff OF Pt" LIC'ATION'AN
q t" town Invited to attend New- Box in,
are Melvin McKinney brought STATE OF FLORIDA to- Marlon
_:, 'j O Hand Woven > PLACETO comers' Coke Hour at the Club locked him up In the jail's wood Walter Jones whose residence la
, i 1', Z i. any Monday or Friday at 2 o'- shed. Mike went around to feed
BELTSwith clock. The Club Is located at Florida the dog, found that he had "broke
LIVELet 201 North Walnut Street. jail" and disappeared. Mike hired -

COO Park Ritz a taxi, cruised CHECK THIS LIST FOR GIFT!
Me You
"" Help the town and
MatchingHEAD Letter BoxDear
FIND IT TAVERNShanding surroundingcountry

r BANDS f i nally
Let Me Help You Center Bar found Box and

CoO Editor: Bob's TavernJordan"s took him home.
SELL IT These few words will tell you
'. This Is the tale
Hand Tooled what the enclosed check l is for: Bar '>t the only dog

i BILL FOLDS CO Wanted For good use I'llput this $1 bill I ever known t o
f fJ' t"'" Listings Houses on Please continue the Telegraphfor name, i |'have been incarcerated -
In the
six months still.I .
And tend the Telegraph just
> Homes For Rent I
or wait Bradford County
can hardly 'till Friday
vt Shell Decorated Z Within 20 Miles of comes the lame, ,'jail"I ; the only
-Mrs. A. H. Hall
Starke lOll ever known
To read Starke's news and all
Rt. 5, Box 543
COCo Its fun. I to have been placed under bondin
Jacksonville, Fla.
TRAYS A finer place I never knew Bradford County; and this is
W.T.CLUTEREA And a finer paper never grew. our good friend, Mike Klondes. NEW
Full line of Office Supplies at

a ' Wrapped and So to your list please add my The Bradford County Telegraph. I N""U7" 1nor.l; I-I""A

' Mailed anywhere Tom Toms

'? In U. S. A. 119 EAST CALL ST. REBORN P-39 FIGHTER PLANE 1 In Opened GainesvilleA August t5"- Hula Skirts ,


iK.jI J)*'* NAMED\ "SPARE PARTS" Formal opening of The House Cuban Rhumbas
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IVY1 ,
U. of Service, at 1039 West University -

,r k Avenue, Gainesville, estab- Pelican Ash Trays
lished b y David W. Thompson,
I funeral director, and Dick Williams -
1 REFRESHING I ; was attended by 'over 100

residents, of this vicinity Saturday Orange Blossom '

Thompson-Williams! Invite the
"Y f t citizens! of Bradford, and surrounding PERFUME
W Counties to visit their
',y1 1 new funeral home at any time. .
1 Facilities of The House of .Ser Shell Jewelry
vice Include a formal air-condi-

tioned chapel, an Informal chapel, 9

a modern family room, a nursery Metal Wood
slumber room, guest rooms and a
private arrangement office. Plastic

Included in theIr fleet of auto-I }
Drop in for a Cold Bottle of Beer These Hot Afternoons mobiles Is an Immaculate COMPACTSWONDER I...
' ambulance used only for the
r d and see If your temperature doesn't drop about transportation. of sick and injured -

4 10 degrees at the first sip. A few minutes of pleas- > eral persons coach; also, a modern fun-
equipped with organ -
ant relaxation will send you back to your work with music and seven passenger funeral -

cars (for family use).
? renewed vigor. .. \ GIFT SHOPMRS.
"-' Thompson Is a Florida !
.J.Jt "Spar Parts" U the name of this reborn Bell P.39 Airacobra fighter. embalmer and funeral
RiJdleJ by Jap bullet* in the South Pjcifiic, it lCenR".I//
was tough .
enough who
.. to i has been In the
patched BESSIE
together again with odd and ends after officer at fint thought it DAVIS, Proprietor
t p 1 dtY I was ready for the' junk pile. The picture is an official U. S. Air Force. photo, I I ness In this state for ten years ,
?* and shows coma of the men who put their spare part to good use. I I, II
I '
Ingenuity-as someone has point- shot down'in combat
by the
rd't .IcLrs TAVERN weapons out is of one American of the soldiers.real secret* It But was they all ready scrambled for the around junk heap.Japs.and NEXT TiliNG TO RAIDING TilE BFI

And, to prove the point the got together enough FRIG ID Al RE
salvaged AT
parts HOME. IS
story has Just drifted TO
Bob Jones, Mgr. back to this to put the plane back into flying ,
country about how a group vt trim again.Appropriately.
mechanical-minded boys in a South enough EAT AT THESNACK
they ,
1'aciflc theater took a bullet-rid- named the ship "Spare Parts"
dled plane, a collection of odds Builders of the plane nl
and ends, a lot of elbowgreaseand bers of the Sky Riders are mem-
with these ingredients, put of the Seventh Air Force.Squadron I3AV:;?
together a fighter plane that no Written off the books, no longer
? 't Hi one expected to see. boi sting a serial number, the reborn __
They started with
a wrecked
fighter, at last
reports, was SPECIAL
Dell Aircraft Alrac<.>b.!: M9)( )). .!'still doing job |nthe. air.Midnight BEAT THE WEATHER BREAKFAST
I : __ MAX \\ITII MRS. G. SER\lC E

Farm think
Fresh Salads we Fluffy Sour CreamPumpernickel
hrf/ Tasty sandwiches. serve the biggest Urruil,
Fresh Iluttrrmllk and best cup of Flesh Roll
Iced Fruit Julc.". coffee In town.
it ) Drop In and see TO TAKE OtTSTARKK
what you think!
I Sat., Sun., Man., Aug. 13-14 DVVIS I OT.L BLDG. CALL STREET_ !:



,i,n1 i 1 REAL "HE-MAN" Tues., Wed."TAMPICO", Thurs.-August 15, 16, 17 I >ta

Edw. G. Robinson Lynn Darl"ictor: McLaglen

t 4 4 i 1 Ritz TheatreSunday


Monday August 13 11

Johnson June Allyson Jimmy Durante

Gloria de Haven Harry James & Band ALL

Xavier Cugat & Band SOLDIERS KNOW

$ j' :j MILLIGAN'S GRILL Tues., Wed., Thurs. August 15, Iff, 17


TRACKS :Murphy Chas. Winniger Glnmy Simms

.... Tommy Dorsey & Orchestra Jewelry

Gifts Unifor,


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, 11. 1944tf. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGK.\pn. ST.\RKE,
Pti!. a--. w.....
e. a. a e e a a a e

,.,ed? "For n. Month.d. popular Call New River i FOOD AMUSEMENTS 1 L I TAR Y SUPPLIES'visiting i' OLD SARGE'S PLACE

jiaf'" will fee closed By tko. School I I
'" ?? her Muter and brother-in- I .;
aa e e e e I
,''n, of August, anmnouncement e a s a c : i
{the by law Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Crews Graceful Lines in Rayon Gives STARKE'S ORIGINAL
S A ,.owner. Our music teacher, :Mrs. Flor- and children Tueday.
rr ra ence Graves of Gainesville has. Mrs. Jessie Andrews returnedto '
started us off In flowers. She her home In Jacksonville last Youthful Tone to This. Outfit

brought four lovely plants and week-end, after two weeks vaca- .J Army StoreAuthorized

Mr. Arthur brought a piece of tion with friends and relatives .' -I1
wire and we fenced them off from here and In Lake Butler. I

1 the cows and hogs. We hope Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ward of I by the War Department
this Is an Incentive to the trus- Jacksonville were visiting! her
tees and patrons to fix a nice parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. A Sapp. Operated by an ExSoldierHEADQUARTERS

fence around the school grounds. Monday night. Mrs. Ward and

Miss Eloise Johns and guest, daughter, Barbara Jean, remain. t f
Miss Helen Thorp of Tampa were ed for a longer tlslt. 1 I

shopping In Starke Wednesday.Mrs. Cpl. Wayne Hazen. formerly of I

Jessie Lee Lazenby has here and then of Jacksonville ::'.. :. :.",- for all
been visiting in Jacksonville re- writes his grandparents Mr and I ;. '','
\ <""i; rrt ,
Mrs. G. W. .
cently. Andrews from Kauai

Mr. and Mrs C. E. Andrews Hawaii that he Is getting along ,' Military Supplies
nicely and that the Island t
: seem
and son. Gene, were business I .. t. i
'' '
Breakfastsare '
very much like home Including "
Our visitors "
In Gainesville\ Monday.Mr. iI
foods, recreation etc.
something and Mrs. D. A. Greek of -ii Novelties and Jewelry
Mr.. and Mrs. Chester ,
crow about!tI Jacksonville and son, Dell Load- Moodyare ,RA ,
to "
the proud of
parents n baby .
holtz of Philadelphia Pa., were r
AlsoBORT boy born in Lake City Hospital .
.. r
ORDERSserved I Saturday morning. .I' 3 a I II ,.. Ben Suslow'sArmy i
Lacy Johns took his mother \ ,1.
from c ? WE Mrs. Bell Johns to the doctor In ;;.' t, s .'. ',' (

to 9 p. m. Grandin Monday. ',,'
9 a. m M.... and Mrs Ernie Souther 'ol "'. i iof Store i

Featuring p9 SELLHIGH land and family were visiting In .

the best of Lawtey and Jacksonville SundayThe \ '
children enjoyed the Zoo. I :209:! E. Call St. Sturkc Fla.STARKE .

fEAKS & CHOPS QUALITY Mrs. Lubedla Johns has spent !._ 1L.j t { 4s! r !

nAKED several nights with her sister A

Mrs. Ruth Faulkner of Gaines ,

Sgt. Seeber Moody of West i
TIIK Palm Beach spent last weekendat .
LAPPE BAKERY home. ..j
Miss Brunell Thompson has returned -I

oner Call and Cherry to her home In St. George.Ga. "h. :

., after spending several weeks
A youthful silhouette U Itainril) by the brief ulrevrt, Hm shirt and
with her Uncle and. Aunt. Mr graceful rullltt. of this dr.. l. In a breezy rayon print of yrllow\ grry and
and Mrs. Evin Sikes and family. wb'Je, you will find It a ix-rOot choice. for .prln.-lhroniSumn( >rr wear.
Mrs. Sara Alvarez and children This style requires little fulirlr. and li" malting. It yourirlf, you will h."erxlro Midnight Show Saturday, 11:30 P. M.
HOLOGRAPHS spent Sunday In Gainesville with money to put into War Homl Sewing Leaflet No. M 5591; "Iteforn
relatives. Beginning! to Cut: ," miy be obtained by ending a Manipnl, ...II..III'I"HII!l
envelope to the Needlework Uenurlment of thii paper. o NTH STAGE
Services were held Sunday U.S.Trt lff'1 Dt.'IM

a'k / C. Smith GardnerEstablished morning at New River Baptist b+
Church by the pastor Rev Truby : Gainesville, Sunday evening
They even
I knee deep everywhere.
1900- Parrlsh. Rev. and Mrs. Parrlsh Junior Sullivan of Raiford was
in mud to a movie.
stood see
were dinner guests of Mr. and visiting his cousin, Otis Forsyth
of New York and Miami Mrs. C. E. Andrews and family. Miss Helen Thorp returned to Sunday.

Miss! Ida Merritt Ii in Lake her home In Tampa Monday aftera (I! Is spending several 1I I
Billy Buiney
ONE 8x10 $2 THREE 8x10 $5 City nursing at the hospital few days vacation, with Miss days In Jacksonville with his parents i +< 1 e

Six 3x4 $3 Twelve 3x4 $;a Mr. and Mrs. Carl Ward, Mr. Eloise Johns.C. ,. Mr a.nlfrs.! E. E. Burney ,,
and Mrs. Guy PinholsUr and E. Andrews! was In Lake Junior Clyiitt of Providence f
STUDIO IN KLANDING CENTER daughter. Vivian of Jacksonville City Tuesday P. M. spoilt last week-end with l his 7.JthyjCHARLIE fr

BUS STATION, STAKKE, FLA. attended, Church Services Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Hodges: and cousin Franklin Clyatt. I
Rev. and Mrs. Ray Walden Son. Delaren were In Jacksonville of
Miss Elizabeth Massey
pastor. of the Baptist Church in Monday. ,
I' Starke spent Thursday and Fri
Lake Butler the
were visiting
I.I . . day with Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Pre
home of Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Walden e a
This Store Is Strictly vatt. .
and children Friday P. M. t I
LawteyBv Men In the service from here ,
Unable to be at the Cemetery
{e1' / Working, Percy Jones of Ft. who are home on furlough are: UNCLE
I EVHL.YNVARRKN Sidney Shuford Van Futch and
Pierce, Mr. and Mrs. Hampton . .
a a a s a a a. a a Dlnklns. I
Jones and Miss Estelle McCul- 1'' Mail musician with Mack unNfortl'M Band
in anticipating needs lough of Sampson City worked off Mr. tnd..'!.tr Joe Shutord of I :Mrs.: J. T. Prevatt and two Plays a real hot fki your several lots In the cemetery Fri- Jacksonville were week-end guestsof daughters, Elizabeth Ann and his wing niUMlo: . Hour him with the. lUilnlxiw Ranch (Jlrl :
,. Mr. Shuford's parents Mr. Irene were shopping' In Starke sorry Mtuti.Ve"' <.l., end Fri, 8:30: to 8:43 p. m.. .
day.Mr. Monday.
and Mrs. E. A. Sapp had and Mrs. John Shuford. I
Full Line Military Supplies Those on our sick Hat this week
as their last week-end Mrs. JUDY CASANOVA
Rev. G. E. Cutahaw of Baldwinwas
r / are: James Wainwright Mrs. G riI .

Iillll Dempsey Lucille Ward Sapp and of cousin Starke of, Miss Ris- 'the guest last week. of Mr. I I tie Browning, Paul Dink Inn. Jr., Tim Mulling row jfli-1 i . Playa. modern rhythm on .her .}!xstring :- J
i' Souvenirs Watches and Mrs. J. M. and Mrs. Perry Davis. We all the world' largestradlo
ing Section Mr and Mrs. Robert I guitar . You've' heard Judy over
Jewelry GiftsGUARANTEED Ward and daughter, Barbara Jeanof C. Kelly was. In Stark on j wish them a speedy recovery. ttutlun . (hand Ota Opry and ether prngnunH.
business Tuesday.Rev. I
Jacksonville I
Mr.. and Mrs. Lee Green and and Mra. E. J. Prevatt MICKEY CARTEZThe
children and Mrs. Rosa Plnhols- and two( grand-children of Jacksonville DON'T.LET THE'HEAT

WATCH REPAIRINGFAST ter of Brooker attended church were visiting Mr. and hula girl . Seo" her IWM'lo"URadao('....* prrfonniNl to t rl
here Sunday. Mrs. J. T. Prevatt Wednesday, Ithumba Illiythmx. rN

SERVICE: There will be a Cemetery Work- Mrs. J. B. McDonald was shop- i

Ing at New River Cemetery on ping In Starke Tuesday. I ON THE SCREEN -
Thursday, August 17. Come pre- Rev. and Mrs. E. J. Prevatt'

The pared to spend the day and en- and Carolyn and Nora Lee Pre!
Stag joy dinner together.Mrs. vatt were visiting I n Brooker "CALLING DR. DEATH"Admission .

J. S. Snowden and grandson Wednesday evening.
Bud Johnson were visiting, Miss Vera Mosley spent Thursday Tax
ji Call Street Starke Mrs. Onle Rauleraon of Starke, night with! Miss Evelyn War 50c, Including I
who has been 111 for some time.
Dempsey Sapp's mother heard ren.Mrs.. Richard Thede Is spending r'flrl'.
----- - -p - ---- from him again this week. He Is sometime with Mr. and Mrs. R. K
r now In New Guinea and will be R. Thede.

there for sometime. He says the Mr.. and Mrs. H. C. Kelly were Sunday, Monday, Tuesday-Aug. 13, 14, 15
coconuts) are plentiful and mud visiting Mrs. Ruby Hazen In


KEEPCOOL To him loves a dizzy detour on 1

Through These Portals Pass ''J'i; 'i a road curving back lo frdom.
(t> To her It's a on* way (trail to the
; ; ,. altar. Hang on tight, folks . It'll w
;f. i be rough going but funnyl'
f The Best SoldiersOn f'a '. -- .!,
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! BIG EVENING ! ' 4 f 4 WITH A t pr O1'V F.r a itt

Ii1Ifld4; i..;. COLDBOTTLE O1'w

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And they will tell you that the P. S. BEERAT ....A... -.. ".-

BLANDIDGCENTER Store iM the best place to buy . . . '


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I, FHA-.I '! .D..MMd kr"".U''i A-sentJi
S. STORESAt Prd.ued br arq.
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BARI the Bus Station I .;. J!,,', "... ....: ., _oI/"oo..d4'.,._. ,6.. .;..J.trciI'ST ..";"' ,.../" -4

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nlww.., . . FRIDAY. :1

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EIGHT ,- Chancery, by Ole H. Smith, thesame July 1944OFFICIAL. ---=

;I I P\.GE Haw Does Your Garden Grow? ....being a suit rendered to vacate against a final ( ,5.'HAUUES SEAII I I ,
of divorce 5
: Mary, Mary, Quite Contrary, : Bald Ola II Smllh In said. Court. In (Signed, do
i ; :ti; At Least One Starke Family Can Say 'the' i-as. of Luther Carl. Smith V. I ATTEHT: a,
1 -?; Ola H Smith and you are herebyrequired Carl John.,
City Clerk.
t % file
L4 to
Blue Ribbon exhibit I written appearance. I ,
1., i array to rival a eal" Court >our I
Z By Mary Jo Kent I IThere's Yes-We Have : at an Ohio County Fair. J personally. or by attorney, In said IY CIRCUIT ('Ot'II'I' ,
BONDS of August 'ot'\'I'V
I "SWINGS e i cull on the ZSth day 1"HtllI'' 1StItilt
a wide breach between I But Mm Sewell Is modest about A. D 1944, and thereafter file with ( 10:111"

banking and Bur-banking! StlU t I her own part In the Victory Garden JOLICKmHUftANDFOOD c o I I: If Bald any.Clerk to the your HI"written In the nature d..t.n.1 of lemma Irving S
:' versatile W. B. Sewell. President project. She'd much rather a a Bill of Review In Bald suit at the No. 3263 .

?I : i of the Florida Bank at Starke, la talk about It an her hUBband'1Ihobby TO FIGHT'THEFOE.ix .' time prescribed fall not by or law.lIer.ln Judgment. will ANU ORDER NOTICK OP, !'1'1(T", II', ,, '
much at home behind In which she merely sharesan STATK OF KLOKin 'i'
{ almost as
\ ba'thel1'RALNORU whose ,
\1 of the pollnhed repidt
( a hoe as he Is back ardent Interest. of general circulation 156, Morley. New Yank
j bars of his neat little cage Work Early and lAte GRAPH, a published newspaper at Starke, Brad You are required lI,,

'd i at the bank. \\u illiS Mr. Sewcll rises In the eary! ford County afl, Florida the newspaper IB herebydealsnoted In September named Court 11th and, 1944,'mJ' '.IC"'i t tc th.llt.

i And he works with the name morning she says, to work the ; I which this notice shall be published . plaintiff .Seeks divorce she.
"i } quiet enthusiasm and purpose, garden. He continues that work fro once week a week prior for to four Bald conBecutlve 28thday County In Telegraph next four hllll| par nl'::(1Order ',',

,( dignity and assurance, moonlight . ((1 \\.It ne8. .. werklylno
the mime f. by street light or e of Auiruitt, 1944.) my lid "fI'
,:;; "I jG.t'l. lf) at both. For as Mr. Sewell what say or at whatever hour in the day ti 4c/ o said WITNKSa Court: my at hand Starke and Bradford seal of seal 1t4Stack., Florida thl14.i

,,'.J.t ,, ':.t "You! get out of a thing Juat WJ he can borrow from a busy sched 0 County Florida this 25th day of (OFFICIAL SEAL) A''
,' ) you put Into It". ule. July A. D. 1944. A. Clerk of said Tour' rhor
attitude, perhaps, (O1+F0.'IAL SEAL' ) A. J. THOMAS: H. H. Dun"lln, Ju'k..n' ,,
;($ ,,; I '} It Is that ------ And busy In the word. For W I Clerk of the Circuit Court of Bradford Atty for Plr. I"X". Ott',
i that has gained for him the unreserved den with IU lush green rows of i County, Florida.
.J> : 1 admiration II. Sewell, In addition to coping; J I 7-211-41-8.18
respect and okra, carrots, beets and turnip '
ti I with the various responsibilities i t + 1
I .. i i of his associate . Kalned his I Il I greens Its hardy bean vines Involved In hla poslton as bank I !To'rCE OF a KI.RCTIO of alt
i'' In Starke as business man, stalks of sweet t. Charles A. Darby frt IhLLt
1 l\ success climbing up tall I president, still finds remnants of Starke. Florida: by virtue STROUT at
\ & confidante and friend. It has corn . Its low bushes hanging authority vested In me by law, t9T111
to his fl..t..t .
crowded hours to give nd.rtter .
election to beheld .
-' the largest do hereby call an of s
: / also earned for him with shiny green bell and try prop..rt". Ilae ..
if heavy community.lie at the City Hall In the afore- .d. ..
,' I and mot luscious' tomatoes we'veil hot red peppers.But I aald town by the qualified vot..nI" .Ie. 0'.. Ilnnms_.ya.
Arr..a. lIaJ' fee...
the South. Is a steward in the Metho- Tuexduy September 12 1944 for ell 0'" t
'r1 sampled In I I now the harvest in almost I of electing the follow World. Free eaten lusting.
Commander of purpose
d llit Church and I I"
Uken' To Kxjwrlmrnt complete for this season and the Tim rincuiT coiii'P of TIIK: TO Luther Curl Smith: Serial officers: E. A.STROUT REALTY ACE!
out 70 tomato the local post' of the American V. S. CoaHt Uuard.oritftovii Mayor
J + Mr. Sewell set KKillTII Jl "If'III. (11"11'1' OK1IIM No. GOS168. c-o One
harvester halt little left to do except served In World Pl.nilllll HIAM <>.. Sou til Carolina andto Three Aldermen
several varletU. In- Legion, having lilT" 1'1'] OP KeprewntPd
j ma I of to watch his pumpkin vines > FOR 1111'01"011" Cut YI'IIN :Margaret. nruton Smith, "-0 Conway Inspector. of said election: J. L.
ling the rundoioso and the War I as a lieutenant In the finance CHA! CKIIV. Hospital.J Conway, South Caro Peek, It C. Buford. Paul Raymond, locally by
1 this, Not con- I I grow and plan for the year division.' A son, Jim, is Ole Margaret Smith, Plaintiff, VH.j F. W. Hayes, and R. A. Newsome.
t" Klobc spilnit. rI linaVon.., anti l each of you, are hereby In testimony whereof I hereunto F. C. HOLLINGSNORTH
t.wlth the heaping baskets of come. now getting hU army trainingat Luther Carl Smith and Margaret'Bruton nollflecl that a suit Jinn been filed subscribe my name and cause the 1111 S. \VHlnut SU
,l red and yellow fruit he I I Mr. Seuell Helps Too Camp Atterbury, Indiana. Two : Smith OP, Defendants.OllDRK PPHLH'ATION I a/oJalnHt/ you, In lIe, Circuit Court seal of the, said. town to .he here of
31et day
ie for llradCord, County. Florida, in I unto affixed" this the
,i i'K'n' vested from the vines, he Is Mrs Sewell too, has entered daughter, Cayle and Virginia, NOTICE TO APPKAK
''i\, xperlmentlng: with the plants by Into the spirit of the project and will be students at Florida State

) I ( y fitting oft the soaring top, now the pantry shelves are lined College for Women this fall, as
j tin ome of which are over seven with vitamin-rich jars of ration Senior and Freshman! respectively.

I ,, feet tall, and setting them out free foods from the Sewell gar. .
that they will blossom den. She has canned some 65 been residents -
; In the hope The Pew-ells have
of beans, several more of
jars '
and bear again. if Sl"tyke foi the past seven
t The Sewell family, their neigh- crisp, sliced tomato pickles ( Frozen Foods
bore and friends, have all profited carefully packed okra pods . years, coming here from Bar-
5 . I tow In Polk County.
,; from Mr. Sewell's Victory Car- red and yellow tomatoes anJ

I ''IJ' ; : I 4-H Club Goes All Out in War Bond Effort'

I:, 1'fr1{:''I, J tli"1- _i'----v i For All *


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J JI, I' [ 'IIt J1 ; .A rro t. 1 a X it, ,' The l locker plant solves the age-old problem of food to 36 degrees Fahrenheit. Freshly killed meats are

r t I. if, {y lp 1f preservation. Our forefathers used pits caves, and ofthoroughly cooled before being taken to the cutting:

!!r h: l ten wells for short time fresh food storage, but were room. The chill room is also used for aging beef

ft} ,; ( 'iy It a dependent on drying, canning, salting, smoking or otherwise Iamb, etc., should the patron wish that service.

'f 'e 1i preserving their products when "in season" for The cutting or processing room is just what t the
in "off sea."Ionshen the products were unobtainable
I ,"I use name implies; the room where the chilled carcass h '

\, t + "vcb, spH4 ( or too expensive. cut into the various family sizes ,of roasts, chops and
.n. In.drying and canning fruits and vegetables I Ioethe trimmings are
I! \ steaks. Here, too is where the meat
"II I, '1j ( { deliciousness of garden or orchard freshness. The processed into hamburgers. sausage, meatloaf, etc., and

, t kl salting and canning of meats has never been entirely! where poultry and vegetables are cleaned and prepared

l.t, H4;11': fee1 I satisfactory. The refrigerated locker plant with its for freezing and storage. After processing the various
'i ;tt 4 and low
j I "" ; quick freezing equipment temperature storage items are wrapped in moisture proof paper and marked

t I j The Four-II Clubs;:; of America, 1,700,000 strong, ment of Agriculture, looking on. No. 3 shows BillyTleralng has solved the problems of food preservation, with the contents and date of wrapping. -
are making; a vital contribution to the war program of Fairfax County, Virginia,helping Dad with Looking. into one of these fine, modern, money
"' 1\1\ helping in the gigantic: problem of keeping the food the chores. Billy la putting his earnings into War saving food preserving plants we will see that the These packages are then placed in the sharp-freeze

j\ supply line strong and (In buying War Bonds. Here are Bonds. 4-H Club member own 90,000 head of dairy service consists chiefly of three rooms, namely! the room or unit where a temperature of -15 degrees to

y. some scene of 4-H boy and girls at their war work. cattle. No. 4-4- 1 shows Glenn WWtt.n Hidalgo County chicken
No. erg.of million
+ to the poultry and egg supply,raising 9
; 't" Texas with his fin Utter which will help the food sup in 1943. Here I b Helen Wheeting Brown County, locker room which also houses the quick-freezing cab frozen it is transferred to the patron's private

I Igin '\ II,' ply. Glenn ie putting his profit. in War Bond. No. 2 South Dakota, With. couple of her birds. She also inet or room. locker for storage at a temperature of zero, and it can

'C1 I shows of the an 4-H' ambulance Club member purchased of the 37,000 Representing member buy War Bond with her profit. No. 4-4-H Clubbers In the chill room the temperature is at :34 degrees be used at his convenience.
:Bndderar oft
n 1 the Virginia Club in the picture i* Carolyn Steele are also Victory Gardeners. Here i Jane

f Fairview and Richard Fleming, of Braneswlle. Major Frederkk: County., Maryland,in her garden.These farm _ .. _.,_'____n_ U ... _,_ ..... _._ La "- .... no ...
rl f,: {' "II Barnard Sobol, USA, i* accepting the ambulance, with youngster raised S million bushels of garden produce

, l't., 'I Director M. L.Wilson.<< of_the Extension i Service Depart last year. Back the Attack-Buy More Than Before. IMPORTANT NOTICE iii FARMERS

; .' I v (rinn'.. COIRT. uitAi>KonnOl Court and cause, wherein plaintiffseeks [ ___ _________ _ _ _ _
f <' TV.. KI.OHIII\I IN tllAN-: divorce, custody of child, and **'**>* < > mi + + n *tmo <* m4t mt
zl Terry and the Pirates ('. n". other relief Bradford County Telegraph -

P Mihonc.oiff Iluiol vs.' Glenn nianhetn Albert Piiffmnn Huffman, next tour shall weekly publish Issuos.Witness this. Order In: .: This plant will contain 300 lockers and the W. P. B.

*. Ph.lntlrt'l my hand anal official
Case No. 824
k, ant.OIIHER OF PITBLir I''of seal. July at, Starke 1944.OFFICIAL ,. Florida, this 27th i requires that 160 of these be rented to producers (farmers)

J STAT11 AND>>' NOTir-W OP; :L( }TO ta' Al'PKAH illnn I ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas,,. before a priority will be issued for its construction. If you .
Albert Huffman | In 'Ai Clerk of said Court
WlirL I HAVE ENOU0HCM7..ENOUSH It. F. T>, No. 2, Madrid New York. I I II. M. noncan 511 Lynch nida-,, are interested in bringing one of these plants here please contact
You are required to appear onAugust .11ll'k..onvlllp. ,Florida. Atty for rif.
) OIL?? 24, 1944. In the above named 738-"4 t' *8"l118'iVwVn one of the following persons and let's have the first mod

; s j1 : ern locker plant in Florida. There are over 300 successful
AIRPLANE ? CLASSIFIED ADS plants in Alabama. Certainly ice SHOULD and CAN, have

HI'I.'NCKH SUHPOHTS In.llvlitimllvilfnlKneil I, ; .' T -s'n' r electrl
Mrn. Herttm 1'"raI.3U5 ., machine Writ Mrs.
Madison St. I
Went Lloyd Herrln Callahan Fla

+ ; 1 Wll.l. 1412 IN MTAItkU; nlmllt the 7-21-41p
.54 ; l mhlill of August and would like PJVKAPP1K I'JAHII-Now! : ,
to have for light houskevpitiK *- ready See PATE GASSETT who is
rooiim mull spikitmvnt or your farm at basket Hvllbronn and Springs. Briny our Traveling Representative -
net them for
house. My husband will be an II 00 ,bushel, J- H.
uw Instructor expert at to Camp:)h.* In 11 Htnrkit la mil tut for so - ( Walnwrlght for Locker Space and Information, or contact one of

came time. Will appr sate Information .
>-i tie chain with
1 concerning iy vacancy Royal Aro emblem In the following
center losl :
15. \ildress
before Aua replies la or n. "(<> Al's" poolr'oom,.
to Mrs. Harry K. Stevens
e'j i 15 West Harris. Ave., IM. llrunnw, Upturn.. Bradford Telegraph
i 111,.. or notify llradford County 8-4-3 ti T. Frank Landrum H E Tucker J. E. Wilson
Tel araph.
FU14 I
MAliK;-One largo two-stor
house, near Courthouse, phlmblnll'up Starke Fla.
Starke Fla.
rjr' and downstairs Separate en. Starke, Fla ,
trance, easily arranged for room
ink house. small hotel or prlvaU
$50WAR eating place with rooms upstairs L. T. Dyer .
-5.000110. one-half cash, balance .
terms. E. W. Hayes, 8.4.21rWANTI'ttAecr.tarytieneral Brownlee Bros.
County Agent / I

BOND Must know short hand and Clerk.typInar Starke, Fla.
Termanent resident desired. Starke, Fla.
4 \ but not necenxary load opportunity -
1 for advancement. Apply to
P0._ IVx:< 121 titarke. H-ll :3tp

'; iY M1I I t t td ANTED--Houllework or practical
Given a.* reward to find a nurslntr. Lay only. Phone Mrn.
fvi Hernard Hvnter In care of Mm
rrt. YOU '''.,' ,'i' ANSWERS houio or apartment suitable : Hurling at t U. lip

1 i f , t ON BOND A ArVUCAT/ON/, .>:! /LOAN for miles us In of Starke Camp or within BUmllng.15 FOR Apply tALE Mark- Amusements.t Washlnir tp machine.8-11-14. ALL LOCKER RENTALS WILL BE HELD IN ESCROW BY THE

You'll be helping us and Uncle
% I ''.. Flirt S\LK: -Bhoats: and hoas Pineapple .
(i,1 I Mrr' 1, '- q My Sanl.I pears. 1 mweet of Starke.

J Among those who attended the Phone, Write or Come to \ ANT loJo-\V hit" housekeeper Oti

i Fifth Sunday Convention at the 'I See-Mrs. Jacobs Rm. 12, children home nlfhls Mr. We Kat.have Wlmberly no small at
l Graham Christian Church were Magnolia Hotel Phone 51 post of flee. |tp READY FOR OPERATION.

Mr and Mrs. W. I.. Andrew and *&t 0 KKWAim for evidence leading
family :Mr. and Mrs. p, S. Crew I to conviction o t parties who
j broke Into
my store stealingKorxin J
WASTED Paint work and
1j(} and lion, Spencer, work.--O. W Uatten,carpenter lit. 1. berg. and money.-Sam Itosen-
+il Box 77. Starke. Up H

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Official County Publication Established In 1877STAltKE.


Pulpwood Production Up, But_ More Needed II

- . J 1 l Farmers Aid 4\\,
Opened Monday at Clay Hill L i!

It Won't Be The Same Without Lura *' l.iI OIIHEES \ :' Drive During

Kent , 1 Summer LullThe .
I "
s fOL.1 developments In the war were y a
-time I II II I a. "l I IK r''
1' here marked on a frayed and outmoded .1> r1W: N
'f"00'' to open.won" Ii I map. Hand carved pegs! 1 1a j Telegraph! has Joined other
Hill I
d .
I be the same ClayUeai I showed where Clay County sone'' Ala m weekly and dally newspapers
01 Lura Burgess i are fighting in Italy. \ 'v ; \ 1 1j throughout the nation In a campaign -
) Hill school { to help solve the serious
of the Clay I Lura Durgess line provided the :
shortage of Encouraging :
of theurgess / pulpwooil. -
,,'I,, Lura Burgess room with a Fleet Aid Kit, this I L14" } J
j, ... news came thin week from
On her desk
at own expense. .. ;\
taught at L. T Dyer. chailmun of the local a";
ura was a graceful arrangement of .. ....a ] who
also :It Victory Pulpwood Committee
'' &
School. She Japonicas and a recent copy of r.P "" """ ''' :';
Hill! rk'
stated thin production In this
rlh treated hook at worm the' >I the Bradford County Telegraphfor :; :,......:..... county U showing a marked increase .
Polka" which she writes a weekly I
"Victory! a :
and : 3 : ax farmers, now through/
L *ar high voice Sew'N column of community news. Each Fighting Man Overseas harvesting crops, have turned, to
f oiksthen
Lj Clay County ays She told us of building her own L A
the not to Requires 88 Tons of Supplies Wrapped cutting pulpwood us an added.
shoes and I fire each morning in an odd lookIng -
source of revenue."
A remark- wood stove set in the middleof * |heir coucins. in Paper Per ; War Production, Hoard, officials: v J!

Lura Burgess. that room and of going to in Paper to World's Battlofronti. announce that the rising tempo .1.
Unl- Made from Shipped
C g attended Indiana I the school yard at sun up to Pulpwood, of Allied military successes In

and half a Lura dozen Burgess other raise grounds the"so American the children flag over can the see mills is the story of-the pulpwood tree and how it is helping Uncle Sam's A7 yJL Europe and the Pacific ha harp- '

colleges . ly lepP'dll) war needs for the
her way around. She'aI ,, re... It" when they come Jn sight of and Navy to win the war.It's critically needed' pulpwood. j
In Arizona, an the school. "It's sort of a lonely than fiction.It Unless of
canyon and t a factual story that's stranger production pulpwood ;
I New Mexico;: 'v.I'vt. ceremony, me out there singing
,use in in Arkansasor ran be materially increased dur
somewhere or
1 the mountains of Col- all by myself as the flag goes begins, of course, on a farm woodland 27 ing: the remaining month of this. ,
of the nation's pulpwood-
to Minnesota or Maine-or any one
lends Inspiration
but It
Burgees up, states. Early,on a bright morning, Farmer Jones and year 1044, they added, peper and
School school .':" producing
Hill the
one to Clay the day" country f his teen-aged son perhaps, or his hired man take axe and saw paper products for Civilian use
lltute for, a week and! scrawny pig running equealint teacher said. &: "\/, In hand and go; forth Into the woodland. One by one the spruce will have to be further curtailed.

!or three years. She lover among the youngsters Instead., Lura Burgess has had some experiences a or poplar or fir trees are felled. Before the sun sets, two cords of "Wo must avoid wishful thinking -

ranty and Clay County Lura picked at random one 'of: that many folks would II pulpwood, more or less are neatly piled In the clearing. that tile war U about over,
ms nearestmill
wonder. For find difficult to understand. One 7. \ Farmer Jones has talked to the representative from demand.
small he barefoo and consider increasing
1 r. Mid her'pupils as ran with the County Agent or local
and) and discussed the cutting
brought surprise ,round and round the schoolhoum time while vacationing in New .AIf"-_ Forester, and soon his pulpwood 13 enroute to the mill. for paper and non-paper products -

the drab, sandy hued letting off steam. A sorry look Mexico, she heard a group of From pulpwood to pulp Is a story In itself; It need not be told made from pulp wood", Har- f

I Clay County. She haa ing lad we observed, with hli people singing feebly without accompaniment here. Instead let's jump from the quiet and stillness of the old 1 ItooHclicnnteln. director of the ,

I to Its people an effervesat face smeared from a jelly sand at a. "Prayer Meeting" farm to the hustle and bustle and tenseness ofa Port. of WPB Forest Products. Bureau,

has drawn them to wlch recently gulped . hIs hall In rrogress ia a tiny unpainted Embarkation w; Forest Here -*->>*,'"v*7..."......s--.j .....L>'?"''r. enid. "Military: requirements for
the tunes of the Pled cropped as If a crock bad beer, church by the roadside. -... -.4 The laf packaging of all kind: as well

that long ago village set on his head and scissored, not Miss Burgess went in and announced A Within the Port area, supplies shorn are of piled wings high and upon engines supplier., jam as Increased, requirement for nl- ;"
that she could play the :."" : Bombers and fighter planes tmtl pulp for expletives, :
din. too carefully, around . overalls rifles to heavy caliber weapons mounted n
In and was promptly given the the piers. medical for military tires. and ;
Burgess was standing! I decidedly the worse for weeks organ "" ._ on wheels, loom menacingly. There are.mountains of KpHClal pulps
lool yard, a radiant pic- of unrelieved wear "Hasn't h< job| -t.( supplies, containers of food. other military trees have Increased
I health and well being, beautiful eyes?" his teacher: asked She op e n e d the hymnal to Each fighting man who goes overseas requires 83 tons of supplies be appreciably with the tempo of

| to the end of a and with conclusive approval"a "Count Your Many Blessings" :.L!4!: per month. That means that some 700,000 items must the war. Demands for many
came 4 million men
e have some
drive over miles of good American name". Lura ind as the notes filled the little wrapped and shipped the four In paper.corners And of the we earth. special papers have also stepped,

fund roads to arrive at was right. She looked for the room, the voices of the congregation scattered This Port over la a far cry from a forest but the forest Is here. The "P.

rjtentloua school. It was best and found It. strengthened and folks tree cut by Farmer Jones Is In the containers you see. "We must step up paper pro- r 4

lining weeks of the last A favored pupil was chosen to took courage". "That's' the .. *pulpwood Special container that resist Immersion and shield food: other. ? duetMtn4o"t.-..v..growoo..._..- ,I ,
> to stay In the blood plasma that saves hundreds through the balance i
I happened that protect Ing requirements
Itore Lura had decided to ring the bell . a'cow bell, it's reason ,'' C" containers make the smokeless, powder
helped ,
Miss Burgess said.It's lives day. Pulpwood of the and further Increase -
STew Mexico, etery year
I in a
with Uncle clapper wrapped make the special
lot Impatient helped
rifles and Pulpwood
because she's "needed" In to fire these guns. the production of wood
cordial la her greet- clean white rag 'til time for > vests our airmen will wear when they fly these planes.
that Lura Burgess : out and collection of waste paper
to school to "take up". nay County '_' A Is pulling out. Let's stowaway. Ships
began convoy
Immediately enthusiasmythlns The children, as arrestingly wants to come back after the t# ::!! on the ocean farther than the eye can see Destroyers dart In If we are to continue to melt the l

to us her box of assorted var is over. She has the sort! ofrtslon and out of the ocean traffic. Over there Is a heavy cruiser; a military demands"
Turn- different as a
about her. rides along
toilets, distance away, a battleship majestically The WPB analysis pointed out
lined with zeal that sees sanitary ...,...- short
from chocolates, up
ly, for a moment, screened houses, health clinics, a .. hat' the supply of pulpwood ha* : r
for One Ship
l-jis about us and marched with military alre 175 Tons of Paper '
swarming scientifically. worked of blueprint paper been Increased. this year through yt
with school . as to good school; the battleship alone, 173 tons
I playground, gaping Into the eager and a cooperative community Pulpwood helped build these ships. For Just ho c o operatic n of volunteerroups
1' ( In their get In as they were eager to get farms Were required.If find ourselves '
ned curiosity l
life for, Clay Countlans follow the pulpwood tree a little longer we may : such as tho \
I the strangers come to out only an hour before. we land with the convoy and ( in the South Pacific. There Is grimness Committee }
I . and in a jungle Victory Pulpwood
Is Seated their desksIn md she's doing her high on a mountain near Rome Italy, or of food, of ammunition, of
111 1 said "There primly at short 4
Lura are
attainment and death. These fighting and most of the Industry
the and
toward pain
with splc and more here, and hunger white dots descend. They're supply
InJjust little
For a tidy room then t
here. overhead
fi beauty planes appear and produc-
of that Ideal. medical supplies. But soon but that pulp paper
an Imaginary; span curtains at the windows, a from pulpwood. andbuck been able to 1,
put made
parachutes- surely as do( generals luctlon have
amazed at such Hitler and Tojo as
round the picture you see slim little blond girl was askedto Being a little This, then Is the story of pulpwood trees that tight kf'ep pace with the rapid Increasen

I this moment. Center of lead the national anthem. With ourage: and such optimism as privates, sailors,and admirals. our war requirements

[IB that pine tree with "Old Glory" for a baton, she this teacher In an Isolated community James L. Madden, Deputy, Director

l e sky for background. kept perfect time to the tune of displayed, we asked,that"Is . . . . . . W. P. Smith Home No Typhoid Fever Pulpwood Production

lit with the rustic gate 'The Star Spangled Banner"which here anything or anybody out that while N
ranch, pointed
It I rickety old fence over the children sang with you DON'T like, Lura?" And Gum Branch Sold To Mrs. GrantReal Or Polio Cases pulpwood production during the i

[Pretty, isn't It?" And, such fervor that their teacher fter careful thought she answered Here Abrams Says first half of this year U. substantially -
of finality, clearIng ,
enough, we agreed.Is needed to interrupt with an occasional with an air By Mrs. T. N. Norman estate transactions better than In the corresponding .

.. In your own eyes," "Softly, sot 11 I y chU- And we can easily understand . . . . . . the office of F. C. Holllngt Thus far this. year no cases of period of 1943, the first I

1 limply. We felt a MIned Iren!" /hy. By Mrs T. N. Norman worth, 118 South Walnut street, Infantile paralysis. have been reported six months of last year sot an

at having noticed a We noted that,the latest known Yea, I hate helpless women. Miss Dorothy Norman and recently Include the sale of the in Clay or Bradford Coun all-time low In wood production, : ?

Miss Mildred MOBS of Jacksonville W. P. Smith home on the cerne ties. He also emphasized that there ll

So You're Tired? were visiting Miss Norman' of South and Church streets to Thin Information was releasetyesterday !lit a need now to build up wood
Starkeent Regional SupervisorOf Grant of Caleton,
er T. N. Nor Mrs. Lurline mills to
parents, Mr. and Mrs. by Dr. Irving R, inventories at pulpwood
Dies USOYWCAIs Mister man last week-end. Pa., an army wife, who, afte who hai.. them through the winter
So you're tired of working, Bland ing, Abrams Health Officer, carry i
and, her husband left Camp
Z. Crawford their output.
Mr. and Mrs. returned from his annua without reducing
n i Coleman Berry, son. ol Visitor Here And you, think you'll rest a bit'You've ''? children of near Starke were vis decided to make her permanen leave.just

( Dr. Ned C. aid and Mrs. F. S. Sapj home In Starke.
Berry Mr
d Miss Blanche West, regional been working prett; lUng Property also changed hand; "This does not mean that cases Wants MemorialFor
C. Berry, died recently"nedy
Divisionof steady, recently. anti of this disease cannot break out"Dr. .
supervisor for the USO Saturday between Mrs. Gullda Baggett Lex Green ;
General Hospital of U? : Mrs. Agnes Sapp spent
sick the
i And you're getting Mrs. Bazget Abrams stated. "Thin In
Christian I Mrs. Mae Dolejs
his Women's
Tenn. Marlon Berry the Young in Jacksonville shopping, '
her North Church stree season that It usually appears, in.) A move to perpetuate the meatz' 'af
In Starke 40 years ago,, I Association. who visited Starke You think the war Is endingSo Ed Norman was a business vUl'- selling to Mrs. Dolejs, formerly if you suspect that your chile ory of Congressman Lex Green ; :
home of his parents on recently, feels that there is a you're Blowing down the> tor In Gainesville one day las apartment call J. i
your when
of Cleveland: who Is now has Infantile paralysis was Initiated last week
lnut Street. real need for the installation of'a pace? week. and' making Florida her home.J. doctor Immediately. There Is m w,Townsend of Lake Butler wrote

fly and family moved to'Ule public telephone In the Walnut That's what you think, Mister; Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Jones rely T. Land, a retired Jacksonville medicine that will prevent or a letter to the State Board of

where Marlon Berry Street USO Club. The Club But you bet It ain't the case. little daughter were visiting ntauranteur, recently pur i cure, and the method of spreadIng Control. The letter, as reproduced -

P the public schools of the lounge, she says, offers a convenient tlvea at Brooker, Sunday.Mr. chased through the Holllngswort) the disease Is not known in the Union County Times,

|d later went to the Fres- and comfortable place for What would be your verdict. Mister and MM. J. N. Norman had. \gency a 238 acre farm In thli.. However, If a cane Is diagnosed was as follows:

College at Clinton, S. C servicemen and their families to as diner guests Sunday her sisters vicinity belonging to :Mrs.!\ D. W, early, the doctor can nee that the "Before too long we hope to get

[I member of the Florida wait for long-distance calls to go If we quit 'cause we're' tired Mn. H. M. Ingham and Moore of Therexna and J. C. Dav'n wrong things are not done.' a new poet office building here In

|tub> and Kappa Alpha fra- through, many of which are delayed too? Mrs. Albert Wilbur, and brother, of South Florida sold a tenan The physicians In this area and Lake Butler When that time does
Before four hours. The flesh and blood and human,, all of Jackson-
to We're ,
three Lewis Glllyard
entering the ar- farm of It acres on the ol the Health Department, under the come, won't you use your influ-
year ago he was COI operating committee''of the USOIs And we're just as tired as you. vllle. Blanding highway to Ralph Oz direction of Dr. Abrams, are pre nee in helping perpetuate the
Iw'h the Service Ware- at work on securing a Did you ever dig a foxhole burn, who comes to Florida from pared to diagnose cases of thin memory of a public servant ad

ompany and the McCal- for the Club.In I And climb down deep inside, And there ain't no place to hide. Georgia.Woodlawn. disease and advise as to the Kenny follows:

I0''' Company. addition to conferring with And wish it went to China ever dirty Mister . . . . . . treatment, If neCf! aar (. "I suggest and recommend that s

Survived! by his mother, member of the staff and operat- So you'd have some place to Were you collar kind he present poetofflce building In ?

I ed C. Berry of JacluJon- ing committee of the Walnut St hide? Not the wilting dirt, 1 City Starts CleanUpOf Lake Butler be kept intact, as It
the But the slimy, messy
ne by oozy of -
s'ster, Mrs. J. Allen USO Club (Operated ow stand, as a token appreciation
of Evanston her stayin town, birds with motors in them Or the gritty kind that grinds. LotsIn of faithful
m.; two bro- YWCA) during While ny Mr*. Myrle Rafu" Vacant for 20 years "
ward S. Berry of Miami, Miss West met with the Army, Fly like vultures overhead Did you ever mind the heat, Sir? . . . . . . work In Congress on the part of
Logan of that Club, and the ground around you cooperation with the Street Green. You see
C Berry USA.. Wives' Council And fill Not the kind that make sweat be services at the Honorable Lex
will w$
USO Staff Con- lead. There Committee's effort to clean up Is located
hot exploding
servIces will be held with the Starke With run, Church each his pontofflce building
Woodlawn Baptist
e. Friday r.! In the S. A, erence at the USO on Temple and Did ever dig out, Ulster, But the kind that drives you Sunday, Sunday School at 103C: and' beautify the City by trim- just two miles from where Con-
you and ridding born.
3"11" Washington streets. the parkways ressman Green was
11 ming
The at
Rev. Russel F. From debris, rock and dirt crazy i. m., Morning Services
J8tor of the Spring- She stated that army wives are And feel yourself all over TU you even curse the sun? 3'clock, Young People's Meeting the streets t of weeds and grass, "Should you see fit, I would and

'%terlan Church will of- numbered among the finest Inter- To find out where you hurt? MUter? at 7:30 p. m. and evening service N, M. Edwards, chairman of the &lad for you to give high
in the Were ever weary of such a move-
afd 1 not only you vide publicity
bUrial wm be of Vso, that
In West preters know- US:30 committee, urgently requests
ell I their hometowns I couldn'tmove I mean dog tired, you ; nent..
| > Cemetery town, but in To save your life you Mine Evelyn Warren of Law-
army feet ain't got no feelIng of vacant lots mew the for
when they return there When your tey attended Church here sun..ay.1 >wners "With kindest thanks your

% and urged that they make the Tho' you weren't hurt at all; Mrs. Rachel Browning and tra.ii and clean the trash from ndulgence, I am.Tours,

ge Licenses most use and take the beat possible ,_ And then you feel so darn relieved And you legs don't want to go. laughter, Gertie, and children I :their property sincerely,"

11 Starling and Wilma care of facilities provided for You just sit down and bawl. 3ut we keep them going MUter, were vUltlsg Mrs. E. L. Crawford The City has engaged a man J. W. Townsend.

nth,, of Graham July 29. them. USO units operated by Ulster You can bet your Ufe we do, on FrIday and mowing machine, he said, t ti
makea ,
Britton country over Were you ever hungry Mrs. E. M.: Teterf
Lyles and ,WUa the YWCA the And let me tell you Mister, The Rev. and of for lot
;: meet the need Not the kind that food visiting Mr. for the purpose
; both of Starke, special effort to We expect the same of you. Jacksonville were aA.lproperty i .
of women and girls In army gluts and Mr*. Lewis Rafuae Saturday vhlch have bee neglected

h R. DIxon, Camp Bland- towns and hi war Industry cen But a gnawing, cutting hunger ATTENTION LADIES: Have L. W. Page and son were vb It- owners may arrange for

d Ruth Gowln. Hampton, ters. She complimented the contribution armywives' That bites into your gut. you helped make those Red Cross InK In Jacksonville Sunday. the mowing at the owner1 ex- BUY MORE THAN BEFORE

council on the fine the It'[ a homesick hunger Mister, ill bags, or are you just too The Rev. O. J. Raulerson filled >ense by phoning the CUy Clerk'aoftice yh,

.1'\1'\ F.1drldge. Camp Bland- they have made to in attempting I And it digs around inside; ;tired? its regular appointment here Sat- and notifying Mr. Johns.
1 Club
Joyce Street USO -West Orange News irday night and Sunday
Lloyd, Starke, Walnut this purpose It'. got you in Its clutches
to accomplish I



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t rAGE TKV _ _ _ _ _ _ _____________________________ _ I II =
of residence) are unknown alllll..n."h, ,,

I District Court for the Southern having a radluH of 5199 rat.hICt petitioner, I known: F i ? I' Idd'.. '
IVOTICK OF APll.irTICHr FOIl t 91h. 1944.OFFiCIAl.. I United America manded H''. '0'
of the I'nltcd j distance of ti., i I. ,
BKAL) A. J. THOMAS District Florida by
TAI>KI<;|> ( .urv. for condemnation upon i '' I ,
of America the point of i-ndlng on J'nlte.1 Sin, , ,, '
Clerk of said Court.T. States I" .
II.HIM> 11111 No. NIII an petllon.r. compensation for the use Jh
; line of the 100 foot South. ,II, ,
NOTICH IS HKIIEHY 01; V JoN. that Frank Landrum 8tarke, Florida. against the above d.tend. United State of America, I fit ? ." ,
F. : Ja'k"'lil.
for Plf. 7121-4t-8-11 ants, praying for upof the O. 8. & ,,,
I.. A. Davis the holl.r of the fol Atty. "ond"mnaton. ) of land with the ..tablh.h. allOt dl1)"I 1 II:
to or strip
L on p.rc.l. '
Tnx ban pr"p.r .omv.n.aton. 11. flange Key.
Ir.wlnl e.rttll..I. tl.el track 1.79 acres, more less, of a Rifle filing yui . \
I" ruin IT ( provide spur .I \ ,
,' tax 'OIIT. 1..I..on. a Army Airfield In ] "
4 t.r 1.1 t. Heights swer, .
In Bradford eltli "
for I
I be Issued thereon. The certificates' mi vrv. I CI for an Air Corps Station and .unty. and for i II, "
11)1"" I related military purposes, to beused CKPT that part lying County 1'lorlda. | torn.s' "11,,01| "
4 numhorH and yearn of Issuance of the (I. other uses a. author title or I Int, ,, ,
Jessie lrlv.r Angel, Plaintiff, In connection wkth the establishment right-of-way ; l i i. ,
0' the description( of properly Casa VI.. of the Keystone Air Railroad. TRA"'T NO. 3 by Congress or by Executive to havim' , . 1 ,:.
and the names In which It was itsMessed ('Iurl Id.ndanl. '" if the the following described show I"
I- Support Command Ilasn. ( : All that part I.nd. r'1| .
arc us t"I"WI: 324blU; >KR OK and for such other u* Florlca.. NE'i of s".-(/"i'' 2, (, ( $ In Ifradford County 1.101. taken fm. t II), ' .'. ,

Certificate No. Z05 Year of Ismiance AN1 I'IHH.TATION l> authorlccd by Congress. a. by South 22 East, ) to-wit: All of that set forth I li" , .;.

: k August 4, A. n. 1941. Description RTATK nTI'r. ) ': Clara' Executive. Order of the following in 80 lanl'. a center ) lying In the State of J'iorida. you arc ',, ,; '''',

of properly: NVv4! of V. AriKfl. whose residence and address I described lands, situate In Elrad- crlbed a* follows-, : of Bradford penalty ,"r i I" ,--t
j KK'/' of "WN' of HWW of HF.v Park Hospital ford County, 'I.rhIN. tu wit: corner .t Section 2, I described as follow: claim and ,",,'. .I 'I."'

I ,, H.. 1C. It. 22 13., containIng Morrlstown. Or.y"tun., New Jersey: i TRACT NO. I PAIICKL "A". Al IV 1 Houth llange, 22 : I : .cton 1. and Eot Sec- I lands and ,.r i",r., v ''. "i

3(1( acrm more or lex*. You are required to appear on that part of the NE of the South 00 "."rf'PI 30 14. E'i. of Section 23. default ' II 1''JU/
; Name In which assessed: Un- August 21st.. In the above of Section 2 Township K HouthRang l.cond. East along the : of W. Section 24' W14 ofW* NESS mym'i.'n'i| ',k'. l ,"t'

known. named Court 'lU. cause, wherein 22 East, described as being of said Section 2 for a 1 J3 and the W 1" of SW'/j this Court I C'? .' ''in'A. ,
: 1 I iI.
I." C.rtllcal. No. 2(0 Yenr of I.- plaintiff' _.ekl divorce. Ttrndfnrd a loll foot .1111 of land extendingfrom 1041.83 feet to the point 12, all In Township I>. IOU.EDWIr !Ist!

l "uane. 4, A. D. 1(41.Description County Telegraph shall publish thll the line of said forty nIna; thence South 68 Range 22 East Tallahassee n

e of property. Ink 13. Order In next four weekly II"".. In a Southwesterly direction to the minutes 40 1"'unc. \ Also the South 40 feet United Stat,.. II WIILIAII, '

A T.mple. Addition Htarke a.c. Witness my hand and official South line of said forty and being distance of t..t 23. Township 7 South ern District ,. .,
, Twp. 6, H. H. 2 !'!. seal at Florida, this July fin feet at right angle on each of curve; th.le. along a I 22 Kant, from a point where l1y HA1UJ.r r j-l,"rli.

,,. k Name In which assessed: Un- 111th. 1044.OFFICIAL"tarko.. side of and parallel to a- centerline 0* talnute (10 ..'nd Ioutb line of said section In Clerk. 'x l'AliH'
\ known. and center lIne extended. having a radius (,f Highway No. 25
J 3 Certificate No. 361. Year of I.- ( HKAL) A. J. THOMAS Said center.aid line I I. described as I.f a curve diKtam-a of to the west edgre of the John W. Pail i 12U ?
Court. Ptilldtng. w
of .
'. .\anc. August 4. A. D. 1941.t as Clerk ."le : at a point en to the point of .nllnl on said Section 23. all In Town. Of Jm fV'p"' III.' '
) U..lnnln' Counsel
Lt. S 9. 10. II. 12, 13, 1 IB of William I t. Ja.klonvll. folow.: said Section !. 1.1 line of the 7 South Range 22 East Talla WIN Ti. .... ".
Ja.t lne
1. I } T.mph.'. Addition Slarke. Florida, l 7.2t8.1NOTICI said being located South 00 way of the (J. H. & F. Meridian. Said tract of land United 1I.1.IUIi, : I.
Slat ,
l I Bee. 28, Tw". 6 H. 11. 22 H!., degree 80 minutes East 1041.63 except that part thereof 1,200 acres, more or lean the fliltriet| ,
Name In which assessed: Un OF KI.KCTIOV of HO\Jtlwnl I l'IHlltl, ,
. resident of
feet from the Northeast corner of in the Those d.'endantl do o'
rl.hl-of-way hereby
known.All 1. Chari. A. Mayor of aid section; from said F. ; '. of Florida: R. A. Ureen i II\ ''hit
r1 & ln' I I. a ,'. II
of Raid property being In the Stark, Florida Darby. of the point or beginning ( 56 degree land containing 0.36 wife Lucille Oreen, Btarke original N tru. .. ,tlllfod, r.

; ( C'ounty of llritdfurd Htato of Flor- authority vested by law beheld 2 mlnutel 40 ..con.11 West S71.88 or less, and being In 2. Chaa. H. 1yd. Attor- I'r.'lIn.h' I <.t|: ,"> ",<"'
do hereby rail an to I > ,
el..Unn NOW. ,
Florida. .
Ida. .. a point on the South line County, Fact for K. coo EDWIN 1Ihl
: Unless such certificate or certificates at the City Hal In the aforesaid of said NK'/t of containing FORE you are Lumber Company Palat. United It"II.I.IAM
NJ' I'Ilnl,
Hhal ba redeemed according town b) th. qualified voter 1.95 acres, more ,", and situate and appear In the 3. F. O. Paul Water- : i I'' -II,, ro,
In on Tuesday, f'ph'mh.r 12. 1D44. for In Uradford Florida.TRACT District Court for the I II Those defend. .f PI.rldi
to th. property d.lerlh.d County r Florida. (b) J
1'; ouch certificate or ciTtlflrntes will the purpose electnA the following N(,. 2 PARCEL "H": Allthat District: : of Florida l at I I who are believed to he non IJy lr'l'A1.\ M 11)"IU'

ba cold to the highest bidder at officers: part of the SK'i of NB'4 of Florida on the 31st day I I of the State of Florida. S-4-4t-S-2 IOFFICJAI. Sj AI:,)

the court house door on the first One Mavor Section 2, Township 8.South [Hang A. I>. 1944. by filing I I I a* to which the following la

I Monday In the month of Uvptember Three Aldermen 22 East lylnl within 50 feet of acenter claim or answer, plth.r of the last and best known

A. D. 1044..Dated Inspectors of said election: J. J. lne ".rlhe4 as folow.: or by attorney, and to and also all person I 'OTitg
thin July 19th.. A. D. 1944. R C. lluford. Paul Raymond the Interest \ '''
Te.k. ; corner H.c. right or I bv through or under Notice IK
: Htartnl tt. ,I I h. ,
A. J. THOMA8 Clerk jT C'lr"ut Hayes, and I A. Nlwlnm. tnn Township 8 South, Rang: claim or to said 1. R. A. Ur..n. and wife whom it mu ,r., ,10)( 04.
'. Court of Uradford (: In testimony wh.r.or., I hereunto the Mast, thence South 00 4"Kree. to show cause why It > ,I Green, o-o Hon. Lex Oreen, filed my Kli'.u" "?,err ;th,,
f Florida subscribe my name canes 30 minute 00 seconds ';" b taken for the uses and Florida House \t".unll'
7.21.4-S-1 alonr of
I seal of the said town to he hereunto the Kast line of snld set forth In said petition ;i Wash ,-d JlIn' I

-' afx.d. thIs the list day of for a distance of 1041.63 feet to 1.1. and this you are I I .D." C. 2.. DuldlnK.. of oeaaed Septemh.t and i ,* ,|| ''In lb
iv rUU'ITr ci i IIT. nn U)Fonn Jitlv. I 'Vhlehead. 'V4( <
being ,
Ilt4. the point of beginning; thence upon penalty of lapp .
1 ('0' MTV, FI.OIIIM4I IX CHAWIlaxr'l (OFJ'ICJAI. !rAI.) South 6A degree minute 40 all claim and Interest 0.0111. (c) County JucJf" "r Bodrn'.
are un.
Florida f"r ,
2 .. tIlV
1 DARBY Mayor hurl
HAIT.TCa West for distance of said lands, and of ; I I.
KMzaheth: iffman. IMalntlff, Charles A, Darby .."ondl If Ivlnr. and If deceased, of said Estat,.
rAIIned 1111.82 feet to point of ment by default
' Uefend- a curve; 1 grantees, de.
: Ulenn Albert
A r vs. HuUm.n. along all O6 minute you.VIT my h.nd W P.
ant. Case No. Carl Johns,* 00 second .Iplr.el the left ficial seal j;this Court *. personal repre..ntaUve. or -8-4--41--. 8-25
ANt> NflTK'K TI> AI'PKAlt 1.4-4-8.2 witnin uen municipality. D I:. ana on ADO SItS uu-,

t ; 8TATH 0 .' FLORIDA to:
I Albert )Huffman whose address Notice 1* hereby gIven unto all WHJUtA. The ot 1t oh.1 b elected Counties Do 01 Uaa ana Orange Solicitors Of said CoUD I:
lauft, ol 8 of
ot lbs
the Count 2i
p H. F. I>. No. 2. Madrid New York.You and acalnst the U. .e. a"b municipality distriCt Soliciint
er.dlul clalmAnil State dia pass 10 Joint Resolutions lIOtbI IwO. in*, Attornev shall
are required, to appear on Mmma T. Hmlth, deceased, Florida amendment the POft*. special taxing d"trC1. bI boou
I toe said
I k August 2N 1944. In the above named to file your claim duly sworn to,1 proposing t tar a term 01 two rears bv law. or which maC be Counties, and aU I ot u
Constitution ol tOe 01 ana ot th* CountY
..'I, 4 Court and cause, wherein plaintiff with the County Judo of Urad th. came wr agresa. to Flord.COtS tun D the Qnera created DV law in .acD of saId aid Countieg' Sollclto' 01111111

; ,, seeks divorce, custody of ford County, on or before eight ol ol au toe members electedu and 'ber.are 01.tour shall retain and control lbs "" shall MCoun't'e. '
/ 'tlidTI' term Attorne
other relief Bradford monthl from the first publication > t.-lnhl ; tnat the votes on said lo vacancy 0til toeu respective budgetS. III '
graph shall iiutillxh thl. Order In or the same will be Resolutions were entered upon C.o SecretOrl I measuring and ten
tt thl.
I puP Section
nt four weekly "" barred notc. of limitations.W. .oin respective with tne yeas rUe I olc : t be Imposed upon I. On and lit
Witness my hand and official .oun.1 dId determine 1t 11: said subject to plration of th. te'DII
P. Hmlth Administrator. and nays t. .Iu. 'I Ountl. Of ?
.ren. : within of Lbs Criminal
.- seal at Htarke "Florida this 27th 814-41-S-25 and ouect tnat t. said joint or court 01 i
I of July, i 44.OFFICIAL Resolutions be subnutwd t the .' 11 A rU1 K1U40LUT10M resoective onUDicipalitv. town Dad and Orange com,,. I

( HEAL) A. J. Thomaii IV THH rillf! IT COl'IIT OK Til 10 01 the but at lbs Ooral ejection inMovmbr 'U 21 ul .. : or other special ".101 area. they eacQ are Mrvinn
: As Clerk of said coasutuuoa 1. : County Tax eacto elected on January I. I iiS
: O.rt.H. Jll>lfllI, ( IIlEI'Il' .
c II. Duncan BI1 Lynch Dhll., '"IU''I ,' ] OK 9l.oUuIA 0' MOW. 1J -oJ. A, R. A GRAV. gelat.uIli W 2,4.1.05 D"II : : : Counties snail in determlnini a of the Clerx. ot tile SiJ
: ot Record
Jacksonville Florldl. Ally AMI FOIl Secretary Slat floriaa.uv Muss 0 lbS Ins amount levlei m both Couij'.
I 0& Clem
cOINTY s.ob..llL mlllag to tne ot the Civil
7-28-4t-8-11 nry giv nouc lola a S D* count ,
IM .
KM-iCIION ,...ttUOtb u" aoaA85 usM.3 imposed OT lbs respective and this Court ot Crig' .
Margaret Hmlth Plaintiff vs. will b* n county in Florid iui.OWWC .. : I 01 Dads and Orange. County shall all be 'OOIUOM
: .N: cinri'iT Luther Carl Smith and .. .el .
"OI'I'r. In"UFOII Margaret SIlCse v duties ot the Cleru
toe mia
on Tuvsusy next sucbMuatg firstMonuay SOd mA&Cf ol u
, tlIu'I1. llruton Smith Defendants.ORUKIl .. luibi .. Court
'- C..AN. ia November. A. A*. toe 04515 & .1. Ji.u iint. lbS Uouuty: of Record in Dour ,
I I KUV. 01' PITIILICATION 1. w &VViL and the duties
05.5011 ot
Iliad Auesuay being tneBftVENlH U>. lIt cr
Jeff '. Anderson. Plaintiff vs. Bar- NOTll TO AI'PKAH UAr Uf NOVCMBCR SMall.OU .t.I.i11141450 I uoiWLwn o ot te U.C. u Civil Court ot Crimes u Oi

l 'f ab Ellxabeth And.rlon. Defendant, TO: Carl Hmlth: Serial lot in* ruuticauun or rejevlion A>t the 55005." 5.U0MJS .. ".. . ur.DI. iou. *.V Ckiuecw"Iur.a. ball all be assumed uira I
Case No. 3237.UliniCK No. DOS 168, c-o U. S. Coast Uuard 'said Joint _o.uuon piObHjsing ainenunieut I' .J41 gatoloIlMuMb.ctiuaz W, ascII .I... moiStIgs. lazes become a part ol u>. dun

"( 'I, t OF rtTTlLirATIONANIX U.orJ.Iown. Mouth C"rol"o., .nd iu toe "u.U.uuu. iu* ... .- at.1. .0515 5O. .. USSWUSCU..1.. .a toi ILlS ..0. respective Clerks, ot W. Coin -,
NOTICK TO APl'KAR Morl.r.t llruton Imlh. ul I WI'*. vu tools 415 .1 051105 ..." : ..) .ios.eqssuzll lease ,. Dade and Orangs Oouni:
STATM OF FLORIliA to: Surah Caro fl IllalS Section a. rue
fl Io"plal. loulh A juiMi *uuaUAU'riOM cYopoaiukbLU $ reqts&Zlb lo oe ooo uinpuM
17 c Elisabeth Anderson whose residence lime: AlU.UUlUUb bll AWCUUO tate AA- Juetics. 05 LbS 85B05 aO ... IOU..1 Cieta M tue duties under tot "
Is I.'HIO) lleyward, Columbia, You, ami each of you. are WOO OUIU > .r".n Article man not enuuJT
h.r.hy' AJb. Ul 11.05 CUAAAtUbUbAWAA U& IriUflUSAtAt U&SLtIOS. a. .- ,51 $*10 \ow..
Houlh Carolina: notified that suit has 0051104 .. to increased compenMiioo
: a been filed oetatiog LasSIMIO. Yeats. 1.. Cuuni I
ciuuiu. .Xf ..
You are required" to appear on against you In the Circuit Court I OCtIDY g5.3..J4o504. 0b .mIld aasea95 15US officers upon wnom sun o..
Til. .5.SUS .
l August 21st, 11)14 In the above for Uradford County Florida In 14 AVSAUA. AA A4I U. Sure .pUOisi ... luwIs. nail be Imposed shall ooniu

named COlrt and cause wherein Chiinoery by Ola II',. Smith, the AM,.AWAbAUAT AAA4A OAAAAb. V. ... w"> ILlS u.I. Dy .1' 0450lb5052.i** QISItICI upouiuim governed oy tn. Heueru u

tl11 plaintiff .* divorce. Uradford sum being a suit to vacate a final L ..AUat).toe .wu..AVUAVUiAAUVUli .Qua.I ..U&HItLOI L4U. .. o. *uumi 5500.. um couuv state *a it now is. or ui i

p iici County Telf'Krapli shall publish doers of divorce rendered againstsaid .. .Q .w. .. .... 51054. .a 1> ytabliaM > 04CsatvsS 0543 o t-ioviaa 15151 after, as relates lo Uu IIUL

,5, this Order In next four weekly)l IsCUPS. Ola M. Smith In said Court In .toe .U *IS.'.ab&oo Mused, sjreea. bu.-aIauo bW eMil I.-aMa lao aMp .UI. U"'I'.. .. "m fc*,...clor. aLlah awo not- respective maximum salaries or Fact,
the mutt of Luther Carl Smith SILSI u. .. LiceIlsea ea. compeniutiuo I;
.. "I.W. o" o
suu.oltlea 10. Ui..iM5 v.1 los
to provided
Witness my hand and official Ola H. H are herebyrequired 11151 ... C.". .x. oucu oo However uiut IK
you al', OMbM AM AAWAIU iUi CabAAAMAMUik itf .. wumu .lQ ...0. may, as be
seal at static*, Florida this July to ( I t the Clerk I of nutted 1 P5015S .> iciuit a. assumes tat Del,.
. ; JttCUOUVlu at to. Owal juMu.s. . DJ .U".10" .. I additions duties, "". on
said Court tajuun
: 194.IO'fl'IAI.IIFAL your written appearancepersonally &I""' propel ." allowed
li 0501 LUMUWSIDulltUM sLedwua o sucn
..I. gelsers. ouuunuaud .
) A. J. THOMAS, or by attorney In said uouuuw.
a. .- MMLI PiO ILL 055.551St, 114 .pe'' expenses ol tut ollin:;
COlrt. .ult on the 2Hth day of AuictiHt. iur a. s"ua* .. AMAfc v.w t *. .ouecv >a. IUnDW.L'0 aa nay be approved
oj u
..u. .
; T. Frank I"ndrum. Utarke, Florida, A. D. 1044, and th.r..r"r file with .U11'b sosyIva JI. 10 11 ov iitoviueu on laW. Commission' 04 suca Coumi,
t %tt1 Ally for I'll. 7IHR1IN said Clerk your .. . .. 'I'. > "u..e 511011 sueD otaur
It any, to the Ulll In the n I r'i . G.". A K ULU'nON .1 ano _" ., on* supervisor) J p04.e1ey. live atoM ( .. JOU'I : ( t.& may b* estaoiuoea 01 uu .
fllK'I'IT < (> HT. ni \ .. w A.I. I uwauae aI'
I a lllll of Review In said suit .1. wmcu snau
n..olo .
.. Moiwitnatuuaiug
It .0ss. SSeUSM M&05 .w... .D, | iuu
; )_ ,' :oi'NTv' n.ouiiiAi IM t1" time prescribed by- law. isa ..los 5M.vstloliIusu .. ot clonua Ir .. ,e acreage Io1IX_ asseSSed clal law to. provision' ai IJ1
4 r 3 ri ,-IH.. I Herein fall not or will < an AuoTtiouaA .. ..rWaw.:7' any one cmnudat year upon nail o* suiI-sxecutus9."
Judlm.nt aueoes. 94asoutl it
McCant Plaintiff . at 01.514 'lr.e SOd .u
Nell vs. u
: be entered against 8.leCIlOM 01 teal properly
Martn. .. parces latur
aaShuM way give resouuoit:
//t Henry Uefendant, The 554 .1 . 1> tJoutui ol tteuoru ot personal property. .ua Sal
UlA1WUHU COUNTY TKLK- A)4AIA yeast U* blbMb. UA UUAOA IrWI tu* 501 tation to toe woros. purotilioua I
; Case No. 32311.oiii .. on issued to QUIet
'l4' I .. snau
OIAI'1 n.w.popor of general cir ....edCsase Lucy 10 so b" t-ourt ot t. ol loLa Artioia ua a.
.. .. ; 01 ILLs
t3 HUt: ( rtrnLiCATiON'ANI published at Brad f upon eacn piucei 01 rea dIscs O) remtea,
mwj. t .
I la u" "
"ulaton. "tark. .- S . .. 1a5 .,i, auu "
,, ) NOTlfF TH APHKAItSTATK ,,'Iorld., hereby .lOS 004404. WiAA AiWAAkVU 04e.yaulS Co" v. la aMY ot > lOt .vai"Uttt flat lure may oy saw cuouoi Utsation
. . wouectoi, a* i>
tOI: Henry soia oy eacu:
l dealvnated a* &Mvst5a.. (1.Cl. first Luesdily o ui ettcu oincei, uiapeuse
l ,: Edward Martin, whose residence I I. which this nolle (ahull be.puV. 05CM 05 .. W.UCO15..004 ."o lu JalstLeJY, A M uioviaeu OK LaW. M rsuite* ana Conduct ol euaicctea
.. fcuoay .. .
ii unknown: lished "" i.70.. also
once a for four consecutive . cereoy. mid
a coy
, we.k AUA AVWWXU tlUAA. ijAAA oj ui* 'V.l11 ...-
. !
I You are required to appear on PoiatDMn. .. also wuiui oy use system
week to said 28lh . 4AI wucie may siiu u
VWJU4 --
,: 'I August list, 1944 In the above day of )1101. AAAttAAAM. SUwAA. sMtoM&8M55. LOSIsle iirtuauoa oy !u... I. .0 into utie. uia> Orange Co uu ties, ana au> c
AUIU"t. WAJAMbAWAA .. T BESOUVEU at .... pl, ; named Court and cause, wherein \ hunil and soul of ... BH 1 juuvuttea o> me t lees ana cuarges ol oiiieeciciala
\ . "'' ... Oe AOH. oiAia. 1)5 *o.o tat la.
plaintiff peeks tlrndford aua lu properly witmu
i said eacn ol
.11;. .lvor'e. Court ut .. LA.U1U. Miooiiiou
Hturk. 0511 AJ* A Ali> toAUAAWU UA .
lrIdfortl V 01 toe ..
,. County nT publish thlaOrder County. J'lorlll., tills iiuth s5.ltoe.... sod SAlAUA 05 eAtaAUA.>* AMUUAM "1' ol* Florida be ao..u.. M cn toteseelcu uiauo U. OutSeLl uU uv
next four weekly Issue July A. dIals auUioiuy. s .ea eectiou a. *t alma 4baua oil
: Witness my hand and official {OFFICIAL 14..) A. J. THOMAS . VUUAAlJI, AUASUAUb aMavsMMItMlJa aaaina taieU au a< '' ... SilO luteresl loi a... ootuuu 0 ui ATUUI Vlutiou
AjllArS, SOIl Ci
A/AMUTi oectwu
I .pal I at Htarke, Flol'ld. this July Clerk of the Circuit Court of limd- . ._ 10 oe 1<1U.l. '' uuuosea ae provided oy 55* a 01 Artici u u utution
a* o "
, , 17th 1944. ford County. .. I. m J. tide waUuB w> tIle ; utxt. euca uutum auuiut* oi tu* cuts uloiuain 1.

-,., l OFFICIAL. SKAL' ) A. J. THOMAS, Florida. 154051100 .. p'U..H>. IIWUA c.. ,juuije* ol ..i* It nu* a tax interest, way in luu luin uaiu

311 Clc-rk of thud Court.T. 7.2-H-S-1 .. .: ... C5P5.s0S at Wcr'i aua uountl properly solO lor laJv 01 ou .. oectiuus ul ..u AIuuiot .
UAAbVU I>JT law AOA- Ott.o.uIl5M too
Judge aorivea
. au money
,, Ut Frank Landrum Starke. Florida, .. aua uruvuioiis ui uu ifoi
, y : Atty. for Plf. 7121-41-8-11 :O'f"C' OK APIM.ICTION Foil UWMUWAA. UbMaf). ....., Uourt o K"e ol .. I sucu sales and iruiu pcumtio. LOS OldIe ui riono ("ui.t .
p TAX UK Ml: I. HOI Shi "1,1.o.. iSAAMAUU UC CAAtATibaOl ito 5U555- ana tn nereoy . snali oe cOlLeCted auu >4tice* cuusoiidttteu or 1

IV flliri'lT fOI'HT. IIU AllKOItllroi'vrv 1 15112.No1'1Cm. ....ln* I>J lOS WU'VAW4m .o .J J snau o* suomufca to u., pro raia to tne rmuecttv >... re... tu luu 10515

, FI.UIIII> \I iili t11- Ifl: HRIIURY OIVJN. Lwtoed toe Stat ol Irlonua lo -. m".e...'... wwii. drain save soc except tOO u.IK

rsm : CKIIV.Norman: that John P. Franklin the UII. 0ecruuj ... rlctioa al ta* Ue..r& I or otnoi taim awtritts 'ate tu suku >*.lno .. uut

,, r.J: A. Puahor Plaintiff, vs. the following I certificates has filed .oeI ,' .. be odd 01 lbs 11.' ... to tn. proportion 01 uta. I taxatiuu also lent in

U t ) Kuphnn Puslior i>efendutit. Case .alc certificates for n tax deed to lust Moaaaj in .. oi eacn upon -aca parcel tu orange counties lorIs, i

l 1 No. 32B9.ounnn. Issued Ihereon. ''h. certificate A .oun ujbouA.uAlON JUpl. U> ; 47. Stats : 01 proporiy .vuI.. suuu ""..., .>.t.1I1 5.5 .

S l -: .( OF pnII.IATION numbers ndol.e of Issuance, tbe .... ..... '. . "bctlon criminal courts oi ;. Municipalities in saGa 01 .a l uuutiai, suut 0410544045II4IIIULIUU
the and MA UA WUllSbAbUbAMU UA UA* of lbS .....'u. S11MU o.e..II.ea UWk
AND NOTICK AI'I'BAI I property, .. .. eolicitors (2ceSI uWl"" uiay oy apceiiu
4,' p I R'ATl' OF ) : the names In which It wan a..H.d .SAOXAU4A AMAAMUV bo t..U.Me SOIL Al_. uouut bolloitor oi tb.un o.iu priot to J.. ***+. oy tiiis Article

t ,' ; Pushor whose residence. I I. HealKo are n* follows: &aMCaMM&l.M. ,> QMIVMIMM5 aMaoOM C .1e Kscamoia Oouuiyi . tu. riant to aoeM* ."
1 \ 1., Kast Livnnls, I C.rtltl"ol. No. 212, Yenr of I.. UA seMI AlbAd > AM ArfUMlaAAAtbAJ Is.- 0 elected oy tn* .. tou uopuuu u4 wa Aittcie. ltau 40. .

'i ci f I You are required 111.H''I'.r: on Hlon, July 1st., 1842 1..rrl\'I"n\ CeULS atousa000u.. \u. . 5avoeleass. D tn u respective judicIal .' Kuvoruiuvut witnui w'
uj. j Aiiitust lIst, $ In the above ., LotS J. 4 idOls .. .1_.. .AIOt. otnur btai* : :: Jk lJuue. auu uraug A JOIN i4EMuous.vSB5t4aaeo..L
Irol'lrt)1 Ilk
\ Jt named Court cause wherein Truby & ( '. Hub-1I.4. 0055012 C ...... 104114,5 505. liciai counties* ar.* 5550550."l'Ae .e ..".... ...uuu_ _(1UM__ _BIIL_n
x. L1 1 Plaintiff ...k. divorce. Bradford of NIJi tt' of NK'4' '' 28 ebT : 055.5051.0505404,54 VaAAAWtAU wel&a1.45Q AAUU .U. w. urn *i.cbion ot oy puoiikauou cau a spwiai ; 1050b55; ; 14ISVS
a. C
/ County Telegraph shall publish I It 22 Name In I I Judge 01 Urimmai to o* uaxticipaiou lu By toe ISa asesssOIC.It .4 ro-
l ,l this Order In next four weekly Is Sam Krunklln. :.. t M.CalJy.A A. 111 04sQ...AAA. l'J4UUU. Dey.. aua County tlme. ireenoiuura ol suca muui* .... *151 lou ..."L..a.

4. : sues. All of said property ".1,1 In Oat. loS AUAAUWAAA..04045. 1. ... i toe.Judge and ( ( 0 oiuy wnu snau avtvrmiue uy ....11 AUttlvM ..... I
niv, hnnd and official County of Flor NtAUVAtWAAAaUb .-. ''ul ftacurij ot .> wnetuer ooctiuua 1 aua a Cloves tuat UI 505asauu5sl ..ij

,., 111 '-:.. ".a\Vln..Starko. Florida, this July ida. lr.dord. WA...ISle* 02 Ob*A.AM AAUlAUa A toe AMAttbAV....... b* bold at 1.05 ueucrai uabl&- u.. or not oe, ....v. WhOm .... .55 .Lul04 Ia

Unlos such certificate or certificates alAS bo VttUbAVAAAAAMUfc to tan oKlc 1.925 llrsl municipality MOOD ireenuiuitr as MM.UQu5L 011. 0O

.hnl be redeemed according I .. 59450. t.s.Ags4Mto4C04IuI. Ins just Monday in may py majority vole elect to .0 .. 001045) 50. 1.545 tMI(

to th. properly described In bAA* 5.I55Vl.MOUee_ for a term ot lour year. suca municipality come uude< 'II ..... 005051, 5154(454 15
such.certificate or certicate will t I eosua -"Xo term leisUre al . or oy a tut* majority ol is-. .... ...>,. u> asS 0.1UU01U.
j lie sold to the highest bidder at WOUAAbJf bUO AtWbACbO.l one neretolors or aareaftur votuiH. aoleriuiiie tnat It suaj oU04513 ..... CUU

the court, house door on the first Sod UUAA euUaMJAAal$uuuuutt Av.bAAUb ae *toe aU. ".. .. to any 01 tu* IUC.a.riu uuder saiu oeo lu". U uy ...... a... 010004 .0WS

j k. Monday In month of September, u. DttuabUAAAU ". snail not D* .x.. tu* majunty vuttta to ... 4AAi lp Altl kA .. lyUIAUAM. '.
AVAStTACb, l>*
oft 11144 which I I. the 4th day of Seutember > s uAi* u. toe vacancy in aay ol sucn bectlou 1 aua 1 nereol, or a A. --.r-i .. A*AlOAVAk .4
j Aaw *
> u u> auasuuuubbsu
aAu ,
1 44.Datnl to said lirst Tuesday after ....., laos lo sail sod uoia .Af IA... OlAAOAUafc Id
u .
this 25th day of Lug CabUACatlUAI .lt.* ul .la Monday in Ja.ay. 1949, eiectiou prior to Livceuioei 41. toe I......* 04L0'
STEADILYRISING (OFFCIAL SHAD A. J.Jnt194. Wat AkASVUUIA .(r.4..U.ab bll* ". by appoiutmvnt by tOe .. lu ... auca SCent o.ti- UUA* VtU UI U. vu- .""

t (Clerk of Circuit; Court ot tlradforu::: i siusuay aAbt bU lu Ml* AASAU Islet UAA AuouuaJ toe LOst confiriuatiou oy to* 1 aud 4 nervol euaii oe *i otive .... oi luriUrt ....,. SI uAUVllt

tt County, Florida, A>W IUAUW. i 5.54. a* IU110MT. tofor provided t>, toe O". II municipality. In tn* n... 4U1M C4/UtiCbiU4A tH SM
4I "OAjUbAUU IAAII in no case lot any lougor ", ) SheetS not to come Isle .".., wi ..uu""**
7-I-t-8-1 AlAMl 5.AU (e Artls.AB.aClU U1SAU1AUA lbs first fueaday after toe Bectioua aud 4 nereot. suca fiuriuo. cy ...." wui"MtUtlUlA
A.. auu lOuse 1045.Io snau A. oay la January 1IM9. nau not aztecS eectiona .' tO D. AAIUWO M a<*
IM STATES PIS- Used t Any provision ot lbs 101 Article except .. uw .5
i PRODUCTION TIF t'Nt'JJ yv u* buwtviAAbsr A, ana taia vbiuu u. o* aLlIS
1 eOtRT THH SOUTHKIl.V ui.. r.A>A_. AU tu".. .i"U" In conflict ".nwl. is. tn* asseSSment ana oouactioa ui *KXHA 10 ana 54041 ue .uWtor -"'
JIITHIe' OF FLORIDA I SAlAUt kliuVIU.... *.. .. pealed." suonmuuiuipaiity, wnica siiau .. ul loU ou.e IAI '

: .. IT: 4.1l\: AMKItlCA: UASUICUI. .I.>.AjAsurlcie oeai to CMAU.avuriai 11:15r in oltle* Secretary i Se ia uow provided oy law; vuikatlou oc 'ej..1
COSTS Petitioner, 1843. uiuay I
ACItKS OF tu u.ariy euuiu UA wopUAauua I However tnat at any ..D..r&ll vuviuu W u* ..11 uu

LAND, MORH OR LKSS. IHTIATJ'' 45.5.0U., 0us_ AAO VOUUbf. alkali.O"e. town aiection Meld tnereaiter ait.( in. .uUM. .> So1400

I.V KRADFORU CouNTY.IF' N'rATJ Cased AD mssing sucu Q. .JOIN RESOLUTION petition luea at least tnirty IJ0l *.. as 10iiu.saecuwu .

., The ( "'LOIUI'A.Nn \VAI.TII and *akA% UAsuikt snail .pw.ou. CMU.. A.D< to election 1 to sucn election Dy tn per .. A. tt OI aII4

SIHLWY, HT: AL. No. awn; rroviu.u lost i..oou.a.v.auu *. 01 R'lb.I. lbs rsenoidsr entitled to ary A. ... ILLS buuuO '"
( O.J-'IVH. fiuriua U. of tOe ti sucn election lbS question oi us use cvunt> ui J
NO'I'Ie' ,
..0. uuui a"J.rl
OU. Douol ::i or not sucn municipality snail 01 lioriaa, susii SSSMS !41'
Ft'Thi' TELEGRAPHFINDS NATION WO"I I'HneJ bISnl. AND .. ..<..nJ.D., ttAOwaiu Couuiy.(IHtoI riot-baasaiclas Uu Process 0 D, Sections i ana 4 snail 0551., 1.UMM'3. 014550 .
1. ot Property tne oailot and upon a .. "
) The following I..rlonl who AUS auau uuuauiut tiLe Furuuui (tout PIV.I. on pa taxes to ..
r' ov Providing lb. o* so bound, sued municipality ,_.,. ."
are of the State of Flor. Bouawriai UisLrivt, sod uailAaun* aiic Persona o' work ujr .. olaw. ,
*' ida of Circuit Court. Uuu OuuiiUAi*. .lrl. snau s.n or on Account SMall Mot ot ..n. lie oouaa e y said beo- uarllo ecuuui .'*...* *

1; Hradrnrd County, Florida; tub Ui* .. cMuauiria ecuoul ivxtricta SaL 01150
Itark. .a.
hip Of Mon-Umbrship in .
I IT NECESSARY "'I.llln". State of ".. I UASUICI., aua. . same lime. u>. Union of Labor 4. Tn County Tax Assessor a. Lbs ..isi.tuiuiu -
th! !: Oovernor, Tallahassee, LAXisiatur aaau lbs Providing lbs Right.. County Ta. Collector ol l>aa* ,. QeSSLUM LU urutuu .

r, 9. R. A. Oray, Secretary of 1..f.U AU .Plo.. to 'ba Uouuti sMall impose 00 UieriaiMr. .u".' 155

', TO INCREASE ITS State, T.I.h..e. Florida 4. J. r.l...e stuul .. Uuee&p plJee CleIV8. oy way 01 <.e er otnwrwis* tue puwsn. luucuous., nuuoeuAtatiou
Lnoo. Tr..ur"r. MI..v. 1 aca of lbs live, t. Ir lbs municipalltie' town* di*. 01 cuuuu 1' *T
c ', 5. J. M. aaa two or otner taxing area wltcun
r Lee . .. .. 42) LArtflsZ OP OP lIIA.prilf..
it4 SUCSCRIPTIONRATES Comptroller, Tallahassee Florida, Mpr.v. .& Q toe au, Tba, tu. THITATB ". foe uielt servIces in IA. ana
8. Nathan Mayo, Commissioner of populous 0", i-"" lollww. _.m... and collection e4 LOt ILlS *lWo.L04 :
: doe IA RpruuAUv to of "" "r.m or acrssge sales or otnc ouuiyai J
Agriculture Tallahassee A
Florida, MM rUM ei ui*
13 of b
Section LKClarauon .
'k 7. Colin of remaining oouuue o ui. Stat* at unposcd- 10 D* imposed ner- taxe Avi.tttvuunty UJ ".
Publlo 1'nll.h. Huperlnt.ndlnt toe uiu oi suca apportioAAinmi. Of said Ca"uson be ana Tb. i guuature ol lbs atal ticauap & JIll" t/CW'

\\i t i t.K AS FOLLOWS Florida, 8.lnHlrut.ton.. \Vat.on.TalohR.Atorney".. ttnouia tion IlLS UA RprevcuuiuoAi* Uiguuatur* lau la tteoat appor b U*b.rb submitted to..all. to". to a .lbs.:. By respective taw provide County log pay of *
1I. p..t1.
U.n.ral. .. or* oi sue Stats Florida
J. Edwin Larson" J'iorida. sag tu lbs Uuus* ot in an amount not to ea.. I'forD l01I"Ar' I
State 8.p""I"'v" a2. 1.
cation 0501100
EFFECTIVE SEPT. 1 Tallahassee Florida. 10. .Tr.a.ur.r.. Lee, at any rsgiuax session General o"JeuD tnat at tn I cent of collections mad ana a. ._ ILlS "o..L' ."
Comptroller. talon* at soy ol lbs urns brua tie*' ; tae Collector to eacn taxing t 51455545
11. S. ' J'lorida. lAjDSMd. ii sluui b Ui. duly in. 8 ctioa la of to cover all cost ol collec 155 105 o.uunt QULIOl 4 .
Waiter o of the rtl' fiOMua, suuu .
t Th.r."I. .
J'ior. oc C'ltu'll
: Ida 1. J. A. Stewart 1 11.'u. .. L..ur. .0-Floid. assessment incurred by tae Ins vouaijr oy ".. .
a.ade 1 .. Counti
Street St. Pet.r.bur. IS. Tax itaer r.w. or 0. "1..w. county ocuooiup .dOOOI' ..
j Collector, Starke apportiua I". a.wa .. 1 "8A>ctlon 1J. Wo e. Thai on and after lbs '' ia> ..117010"

', 1 Year ___ ___2.00 Florida. TR17STKES o. )InternalImprovement f Senate I. r.Dt.1 tMpTe.HuiatiT 3.01 to b* tjnc .U pna L of tn* l.nD ol the Couuty .I\I8..tuI. IoIIoJI II
Fund b. often oi lbs Counties oi iMde '
State of .I IJIHo.O.YI. Tn; same **. DO fn
Florida: 14. Spessard L. Holland. pr.c : criminal ease a Stats ot Florida lex 1551,5 d.ul1 01 494'to .:.

6 Months .____1.10 Oovernor Tallahassee, Florida. 16. rla l'd.r. snail NI blmJ. nor b deprived ot aid Collector* nave been lect- I elms .
l' J. Edwin Larson State Treasurer, .taaaa .1..e a. o property without lbS date os January Sat, .945. ins ins yvWr45coagpeI9.eaIlOIn 1111...

: Tallahassee Florida. 18. J. M. Lee, Representative, .th. Senate and ; nor sball private imposed upon tn* County I 01 II "

3 Months _ _ _._.65SUBSCRIPTION Comptroller, Tallahassee, Florida 0'I tIle Uouse L sMall taken .IDOI Just oi lbs Countiee ol Dad designated au 95(155r955.
oi 0 aatuv. .. by law and tbi Article, .
17. Nathan Mayo, Commissioner igbt to work I lion 24, .ea ti
Agriculture. Tallahassee, Florida, ODto. ..ta. evoi.ue.* LexiAMstur d.ll.or abridged on assumed and taken over by Ins CUU..IO". .. c.
.' m.1
) : r; 0 IS. J. Tom Watson. Attorney (len- snau fall reapportIon ta* ershn or Doa-a" ; & Clerks ot tIme Circun 'and aisourieoieut 01 as ,
j ii'i .i anti I cprDU labor union or us and lor Dade and Orange J'a.I
; 1 Tallahassee, Florida 19. Turpentine lion la Legislature a* : U, tne county COII".a
A Rosin Factors. Inc At'lantlc tail Cm.bdIfl.OI Defers it* pr'lde. Utl clam wbo snail then .acb tax* JTued wp1ZLCS: -
I sack. eLt a abrtd. bOOka. fundM. mn" BOMm.ntA _
National o>
Hank nidsr.. ana sucn exuaordinsrv *u jun ... A.-'J.
snnvllle I Florida (b) The follow. so oallca log rapporuoamniie not of employee by and Colleator foe each County and Xn vows c .t In COfI'ptJlll'.
ti'.iI : Ins whose addresses, are be llnuud expire at th* end rganlzailon or Mnor union : snail oe known and 'proposed ainendinrate
: Both New & Renewals t
living and If twenty day at au. unto oollectlvelv with their I ae both Ins 'CI. of Ins 09g. ana .1.
,: % d.cea..d. .g Piled In 6criar $- and "Tax Collector of l aeeAsrauons .
: their unknown heirs I grantees, do.vlsees porcioiimeut u sKsJl otlc subjected M Mi* aIJJ' .
MAY BE PAID personal representative or elder no **8'c:4r.pp taan = I. .JH i ,* County toe vnlcB n* ,provided By wv. .or ..

assigns whose names and addressesr lolme.UI.ol i ..taLe 0' non50 "v I IIN
unknown: 20. Walter S. rf80 ""' aDm.DI t>* ratified A RESOLUTION a. Q and gIftey lbs .We I. 'IUTDlO'

AT TiE OLD RATE 21. J. A. Stewart. 23. I. A. 1II.y.Wynn. t l. One 8UOD 114. special .OI tx> Section 34 of tb. tsrm 04db. 000nty haUS9'I"

sometimes known as L. A. 1%, Inn. .Ieloa lal b. railed within ometv ol the Cousttrutlon of 01 Dad. and Or'angy QouD". sand ".
WHERKAS: : a petition for condemnation M.a.e for tb. election ot Oea- iT foe wnl UNTIL SEPT. 1st
has been tl.,1 on the 17th slot* I Thirty-ninta (3vu. ru\ : $ SI 1b'IIDI thus :cI. as T LII
day of December I>. JUl a* Jortitn 0tai. sod rortv-nrst 41si" \ Ills 045 .5 *0lr lOs

amended on tbe 17th day of july. et. D.'rlc la sung .psclaJ 8 d" Counties. re.pecilsshy. SMall A- .

A. D. 1144 In the United State & 8 U U lulrty. uAXUKJi Of THX_BTATB 01' O.Iu bSn.v,5 all b5 thE CrtmiDll1 Prc.ecnting CoW'Ce of.of

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We plant turnips in the fall 8 qls. pears, 7 qts. meats.A I
THATIN And some carrots too.
THIS & well-balanced- meal) the year 1 1i
Planting spinach seed. round is Mrs. Brannen's slogan. i !41i
We plant beets, we plant greens, She will plant collards, onions i ')

F.S.A. Plant our cabbage too- carrots turnips, lettuce, beets ami .
Onions, lettuce will make good cabbage in her fall garden. I
Along with collards too. If GULF'S i i BEFORE THIS WAR is OVER,tbt'remsy I
Plielps you want to see a beautiful
Hy Grace t be only two kinds of people .in America . .
Now check and see If you have picture, go look at Mrs. R. N. ;

.\.. ,.iaii- ,,Supervisor (Home) planted nine vegetables. Crawford's shelves of canned JOIN 1. Ihoi who can Hill gl to work
beans wo.uldn'tgroW . .
vvn, 91\111 *y goods. : In automobile., .
,m Bradford County? Er- Figs (Jar Cooked) Mrs. Wesley McCord has 61 / : 2. those who are forced to walk.
vin S Fowler has a good patchwith Figs for earning should be quarts of nice beans.-
<,,,,lk three feet high and firm. Freeman C. If you want to be in the fortunate croup
( Hodges Is getting
' .n to50' pod> per stalk. Next Sprinkle one cup of soda over his land ready for fall \\howilt still be riding to work in automo
yeas Ye hope to plant in a big 6 qts. of figs and add 4 qts. of Eugene Wager, says vegetables, "Keep ff" automobiles.<<

way, MK\ | Fowler Is canning soybeans boiling water. planting. You can have fresh today. How do you do it? Just come in for
noW. Allow figs to remain In soda vegetables the Cu//'a Protective Maintenance Plant
year round( Wedo.
a : bath 5 minutes. Drain and rinse 1 in
This plan was conceived by experts ear
. Real aluminum cookers were thoroughly.Place I TO D AV care. Gulf developed it became car maintenance .
the other day.
'he market figs Into 2 qts. of syrup FARM NOTES is a most important civilian: job. I:
Soaring vegetables made with 3 parts sugar to 2
saves food value, floe and heat for
cooker parts gently L. T.
Thrift lids fly Dyer, County Agent!
time and energy. 1 hour.
:or 63 are. now being used for Pack figs carefully into hot Seed Oats will be scarce and

fanning Use all your coffee jars and fill with syrup. Seal and high priced. Better get yours

jars! Buy lids at your local process for 20 minutes in hot now. We are making up a cooperative I II

water bath. order for Quincy No.
I acre I
r 5 1, which Is considered about r
the I 1
meals well. We must feed beat- for grazing aa well I frotects tAose feanngs aadpisfon3/
Plan Figs fresh" (Open Kettle) as for I r 1 i
ourselves and our allies. Use Use figs slightly under'ripe. grain. You can plant these in I I '

more green, yellow vegetablesand Silt them on one side! and cookin September for early grazing'!:; t IT'S IMPORTANT to .,
tomatoes. Food SAVED is mild salt brine 3 to 4 houra. plant 2 bushels per acre. The I give your car a good motor a 1

equivalent to EXTRA FOOD Then wash thoroughly. In cold seed will come in 5 bu. bags and oil and change regu
PRODUCED without hazard of will cost $1.60 per bushel dells larly. Gulf offer* two
weathe'' or waste of labor. The Make a syrup of 2 cups sugar ered to Starke. Leave your order het iwear at 31 dangerjsoi'nts out.tandingotls.g ..Gulf. b Get art. affloikim&tt a.6> your
waste constitutes the with A. J. Thomas at pride, "The World'sFinest /
we house /afiOlG
food Guff
2 water each "
and cups to pound Motor Oil, amt '
of unused food
reservoir within next few
The truck
greatest world. ((1 pt.) of fruit. Place syrup in days. GULP'S Protective Main t\V i/V rl Gultlubeaneatrequaltenancy HELPy0UR0u1fDea1Oulfex -
In the By pre- will deliver 650 bushels.
; We will
venting anywhere ALL waste the average kettle and when boiling drop In place order when we have subscribed Plan includes ,\\\ ity oil cotting a few cent . er do a thorough jpb-
cook until '
figs and Registered Lubrication less. and save your time39vitalpointawlthaizdi -
of six can save enough that
family Fill hot and seal at amount. Don't be to' in
jars once. which reaches up make an appointment
food to adequately feed a starving C. left out-better attend to it at /- :wt advance Phone or spealc
Pole. Make food )
Greek or once.
Bradford County folks are /renf Gulflex Lubricant s to him at the station. /
fight for freedom.: Food Did Administration you see- really stocking up their pantries Blue Lupine seed order shouldbe that reduce wear, and .// ..itretch } Then you should encounter 1I
the new War these days and Mrs. Lester Sladeof placed at same time. These lengthen your car's life. no delay when you i" 'I
poster. -"Llckhe, Platter Hampton hag a fine record seed will cost about $7.50 per 100 /2 ,' 7Ve s M flare lI w eetybear. get Ou\\(', Protective "
Clean" Should children be allowed 1 Maintenance Plan .IS
for canning 400 quarts of fruit pounds. Plant 50 Ibs. per aCI'eIn '
to serve their own plates services in all I '
October. A fine soil
and vegetables. very .
to feed another AIR FILTER am!spark y
and leave enough Brannen does building ccop-not a grazing ,
? Think it over Mrs. William T. plug cleaning, snit radiator y i"ID
person . 'r not mean for rationing to bother crop. flushing help give |
she has already canned Lumber for farm Is better mileage. A '
difficultto her as use rationed *1 gas I '
garden Is not q i i i
A 111 tomatoes, clean air filter makes
this season: qts after Aug. I Purchase et gas
groW and should provide the i 17 qts. okra and tomatoes, 49 certificates will be issued for ly bum more economically; I/' 11.\.II\

family with fresh vegetables qts. corn, 32 qts. English peas, lumber for building and repair clean plugs increase. power 'ii
the Plan now -l better carease
throughout year. 30 qt& beans, 54 qts. field peas, on the farm where it Is essentialto ; a clean radiator pre f'
for a late garden. Plant while 17 qts. butter beans, 60 qts. cucumber the war effort. No certificatewill -.."--- vents overheating. ,t'

you sing. softly (tune "Jingle pickles, 6 qts. green .tomato be issued for building or repair tee
Bells' i pickle, 3 qts. beets, 50 qts. for residences except for fo c2 old 6 a4kdoeuasf0ltOh'nll

Here we go here we go, peaches, 34 qts. jam and jellly, seasonal farm labor houses. If t \

you need lumber fop: essential J,
farm purposes, make arrangements
I .
From where I sit. by Joe Marsh for lumber at mill or lumber 'J''
yard, get bill, and make application -

at this office. Certificates Caio/ina powers {
are Issued by the AAA T

What Made Our I Committee on Saturday after- the cffoclc . .

noons. n Pon'f wolf a drop I
I Testing cows fop Til and'I Hangs. ,
j Invasion Success?
; a I ; A veterinarian employed by the
USDA Bureau of Animal Industry i

milk in this countyfor ___
will test cows
With 57 blue stars on our ServFrom where I sit, Doc'snighty and Bangs beginning .. ,
ice Flag,our town's been mighty right.The success of our la no i
15. There ,
about August
excited over the way things are Invasion began months: 1I1O- ;
and charge. If you have cows YQu
progressing on the Continent. when the English \ '
the GI Joe 8 got together over wish tested, list them at this office

"Shacks nays! Bob New friendly beer, and jamcsf!: at once so that we may .
comb happily, "I knew we were darts-and learned to likjp each route the doctor to save time and
feeing to lick them Nazis, soon other In differences In I I travel expense. :

as the Invasion started." tastes and habits.of I I AVoxie Taper Irl\P ends August / ARE .

"I knew It before,that. says And that spirit of tolerance 15. Do not let a piece of paperbe
Doc Hollister. "I knew it from and understanding between wasted, but save it all, get It 4'
the way: our boys were getting men and nations will go far towards to one of the schools or bring ito DalNG
along with their British bud building a secure Peace, the court house. Waste paperis
dies I.i those English camps. too. urgently needed In the war effort .
They had, a lot of differencesto and you are doing your bit UELP J tr
overeovue before they could /J to collect all possible. Collection :p' c
work together as a team. And c90e1": aItJ will be continued until the' war is -

they overcame 'em." : won, but the special drive ends hr!fiJMI ,
.III ,, ,X
bit for the : rll
15. Do
August your "
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'olJ9 of a Series Copyright, 1944, Brewing Industry Foundation war effort, now. 1 : YrI
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c- We're far What it means that literally mil

'-. r' from being lions of Americans have venereal'

; \ through ENE disease; each one a source of ,
... y I

... .,' igiVISIAI/ tragedy that may wreck a home.

FL fit Wives arc i infected. Babies die. 1 1tiNiEt

s I t, INIiF/ /ONNO pF NE
t r iOIIIC NENIiN Men go crazy. Young men become ,
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old before their time-

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Americans who are sick defend the American Way? Can
Does this make
we afford to be IndiffeiSt-toIerate such waste? Can we win the war if we sit back and say "it

.. can't happen to us?" .
get those helpless electrical

appliances back in shape Guarding the Home Front is your job. WAKE UP! to the slinking enemy in your m'.lst.! This ,

Defend them. Good intentions aren't r-oueh.
home! I YOUR state. YOUR country.
Don't let this happen in your is YOUR town,
1 Those valuable electric appliances may You must ACT to help control the nation's highest venereal disease rate-right here in Florida.

become "casualties" if neglected..and you

? i need them on the job dealer all the has time.the "rem Know. the facts about the hateful treachery of VD- iat untreated it will mean dispair-illnes'4
electric repair
s Your around help. them to have blood tests-have one yourself as the first
edy"for those appliances -death. Tell others so-encourage

J less The,ones or just that"limping"are "ht"through and doing their their step in your big job of helping Uncle Sam to stamp out VD.

. have them checked NOW. . to KEEP
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free clinic
w them in "good "physical j" Consult your family physician or go to a

I condition. .
Your "appliance doctor" Jy Sponsored By
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ea", r. . . . . . for several days with Chaplain Shepherd. During Miss Mildred Allznan of Indian | Mrs T. T. Flllyaw returned to I back to school. They will all be boys in the service now ,
UNION SCHOOLS OPEN Mrs. Shepherd's absence Miss Mil- Town returned to Lake City to her home la Ashburn, Ga.. last dressed in their best-clean, neat A nice letter from
State: Farm There was "much a-do about dred Williams will be with her continue her visit with relatives I Sunda. I II -with shy sweet smiles. Their mle Hunter at Camp M'v,' TOI|> i
of love for teachers
something' Monday morning, sister, Mrs G, C Richardson, In here. Mrs, Waller Belisle and little hearts are full longing to the Brln 1 >be ,'
: qr I By 1\,",. Bryan \\hllfleld August 7, when the Union County; Starke. I Mr. and Mrs. H K. Tyus and daughter. Lanette who visited I and each other Books are near mv school hous ons,. wh'lch !
. . . . Issued the first day and it la a r ,
Schools opened and the many Mrs L. F. Chapman, Sr, Mrs. sons, Kenneth and 11&1'011were\ Mr. and Mra. I. J. Williams for walk down to visit lIH !
IT be w.ti
I 't QUILT GIVEN AWAY State Farm children who attend Fielding Chapman, and Fielding at Daytona Beach for a short several days returned to their : festive time. My School heart !Ings before dark and ,he even. t
t :! Arrangements of summer flowers the Raiford and Lake Butler Chapman III spent Thursday with stay last week home In Halnes City Friday. I backat Clay Hill Monday dally paper and any LJ the
? .': (j made the rooms of the Com schools gathered at their meeting Mrs. A. Z. Adklns and Mrs Fred Gene Cope Is the guest of hid Cpl. Lonnie Dobbs, who has Daisy Lang writes that she will and books I knew she 1118Razines
; \ .' :\\ munlty Building a colorful set- place on the highway to await Guy at their Klngsley Lake home. maternal grandmother Mrs. Ada been stationed In the Aleutiansand soon have turnips to eat. She She says that one of WOUld mv like ',
I, ting for the party given Wednes- the school bus. This opening Mr and Mrs. J. G. Caldwell and Hubert, In Jacksonville.Miss then was confined to a boa la looking for her daughter, Ma- the lovely Ida Mae papl4;
$; day night by the Community Club brought back to our community Misses Mary Jo Lila Rae, June Luella Davie'! returned to I pital In Vancouver Wash., for a ble, and family to visit her. Rob- and Ben Padgett are,KlllIngswol'tb,
i] ? r N 1 Cpl. Anthony P. Gieraltls. vocal- Mrs Drew Sweat, who will be and Frances. Caldwell attendedthe her home Sunday after visiting: long time Is spending a month's ert Taylor and family have movedon wish them much joy married Ida I
Int. and Pvt Ray Ferguson plan- principal of Ralford school duringthe birthday celebration of Mr. Mrs Cleo Brinson !'In Fernandina,.( leave with the home folks. Cpl. his own farm recently vacatedby was an exceptionally brilliant Mae
, ts '"f: tat, of Camp Bland Ing, presented session and who is now at Caldwell'a father, J. B. Caldwell, for seyeral days. Dobbs is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Rev.. Wester and family who dent atu
"I {' ft musical program to the aSIlf'm- home with Mr. and Mrs. Forrest In Ocklawaha. Sqnday. Returning Mrs. Annie R. Norman and Arch Dobbs.Clay, moved to Ralford. Sgt Leonard Catherine
, i ;, I i blage of State Farm residents and Harvey. Mrs. Harvey entered up- home with them was Peggy Caldwell children, Katherine and Bruce, of Strickland was home awhile on now, but Wester is in RaifOrd
' '2 1. their visitors. The "piece de retatance" on her new duty as head of the' who had spent several days Jacksonville wer guests of Mrs. . . 5 . . . furlough, visiting his father Rev. she wishes continues to write and!
ru ( I of the occasion was the lunch room of the Raiford school with her grandparents having Annu! M. Rlcharde Sunday. Strickland Some time ago the says she wag back It
'+ 1 giving away of the recently completed Monday morning.Mr. gone to Ocklawaha last Wednes- Mis. Rlcbdrdc is recovering: nicely Hill Strlcklands had another official Clay Hill to go to school., There
E, :.i'cr Club quilt Mrs. F W. and MI' J A, Bouvier and day on her first train trip, from the bad effects of a fall experienced notice that Caleb died In active are several of Robert TayOI.|
+ Edwards was the lucky winner. Miss Betty and Andre McRae wentto Last Friday Mr. and Mrs. R. P. I last week. Ity Pt. Lura Burgess duty In Italy. Lucille, his wife, I' children to go to school ai Clay!

i '''j; Refreshments consisted of Ice McIntosh on Saturday Miss McLendon and their young son MIlls .Lela Ward and her niece, Maxwell Field, Ala. has gone to live with Liza and Hill, which will help fill '11\1 SChOOl

< I. Y cream and cake. Betty and Andre remained at were In Jacksonville, having goneto Jackie Young:, came Wednesday 13 working Junior Wilkinson, room. .,'-.... ,
i t, Mrs. John Tuiney and young their home and when Mr. and take Mrs. L. B. McLendon for from their home In Inverness to . . 4 . . . . _e
l daughter, Jo Anna, returned to Mrs. Bouvier returned to the an Indefinite stay with their visit Mrs. Bert Chambers' They write me that school will, Honey's oldest boy, has been I am safe, well happy and watt

,r their home In Jacksonville Thurll-I Farm on Sunday they were accompanied daughter, Mrs M. H. Wiggins; -After a visit of many weeks. start Monday. I know Just how I called to the army. He has a but one wish-to see aln peo-
.! + day after having been by Cecil McRae, who Guests of Mr. and' Mrs. A. with Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Young happy the children will be to get wife and baby. Honey has three pie I love In Florida
i ,r 4 and Mrs. C. M Turney since last visited them for several days C Davie and family during the ---
S a Monday I and by Cecil and Patricia Mc- past week were Mr. and Mrs
Mrs. T. R.: Andrews of TallaJj Rae, who are now with them. George P. Williams. of Macclennyand
., ,I ee In visiting Mr .and Mrs. : After upending the pant week- Mr. and, Mrs Edward Will-
.. I* Williams and Mrs J. c. end with J. M. Bradley and R. H. lams and two children of Jackson
;' F1 '1 yilllams.Pfc. Cox and their respective families, ville, who had supper with them
+ I ,l Pvt. and Mrs Gerald. Cox and afternoon
,\ Garland Godwin arrived Sunday; and Thursday
c\ \} Wednesday from Camp Joseph daughter1! left Monday for their Mr. and Mrs Clifford Rhoden of
,' Pendelton Ocean' Sldr', Calif., to home In DeLand.! Waldo were here and were accompanied -
),7 spend a two weeks furlough with Mr and Mrs. Guy Cox and home by Melveen Dav-
e t his parents Mr. and Mrs J. G. Miss Christine Eastham of Lake III, who spent the week-end with Oi
)1 Godwin Jim Frank Jordan of City and Misses Dorothy and them.
Headland Ala., who formerly Verna Dinkins of Macclenny were Miss Pauline Brannen has come
t p, lived here, la also the guest of Sunday- visitors of Mr. and Mrs home after visiting relatives In
.. "", Mr. and Mrs. Godwin. J. F. Eiistham and Mrs Harold Pahokee and pkeechobee for the
Miss Idalou Davis of Starke Clarke. past several weeks. I .
ky ', : stayed overnight Tuesday with Capt. :Martin Griner, Jr., talked Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Brannenand e '
;'. i.. Miss Betty McRae at the home over the telephone with his par- Mr. and Mrs S..B. Carroll I IA %
f of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Bouvier. ents, Mr., and Mia, Martin Qiln- of Lake Butter were Sunday
.W. >; These young F S C. W. students er, Thursday, from "somewhere guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dave
1 <1\? plan to be room-mates dur- In Southern California". This Thornton.
''r.1 Ing the coming year I call Informed his patents of Cap Mrs Jim Ormond, Mrs. Laura
'\ Lt. G. K. Herndon of West Virginia taln Grlner's safe arrival from Moneley, Lynn Ormond, E. D.
wan' the guest of Lt. H. G. New Guinea Mobley and Misses Esther Crews s s a
t Davis, Jr., and Mr. and Mrs W. Mrs Claude Johns and son, and Melverna Thornton were In /
N. North. for several Jays last Kenneth," Sunday- from Lake City Sunday afternoon to

ar week. facksonvllle Beach where they see J. E. Ormond who l Is a patient LIMITED .
r; J. M. Bradley attended a fam- had been guests of Mrs. H. M. In the Government Hospital i ,
.'' iUk i, ily reunion at his old home near llcharde and Jane and Henry i there. They report that Improve- f TIME lltFI LIMITED \ :J
) r Monroe, Oa, during the past week Rlcharde since Wednesday. They ment In Mr. Ormond's conditionIs QUANTITYE i(1.(

end.'Iy came home with .n. M. RIcharda only slight. r _
: 1 + Mre.: Joe Wells of DeLand is and C. J. Johns, who had spent Leslie Crews of Jacksonville I 7-Pi.c.JUICE .
y t o' visiting Mr. and Mrs. F. C. t\ob- the week-end at the beach wfth spent last week-end with his wife ; SET:

'I, ,, i ert their. families. I II and baby daughter, Judy Carol, : :
+ Dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Accompanied by Mrs. Calvin I and, parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. L. I .$1.25SENSATIONAL
1.; l.. L. F. Chapman Wednesday night :I Williams of Green Cove Springs, Crews. -
u+ w. were Cpl. Anthony p, Geldraltla Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Williams and Accompanied by their parents, 1 !
r ,,, r and Pvt. Ray Ferguson of Camp daughter, Betty, left Thursday to Mr. and Mrs, J. E. Chambers WHITE '1 + e I "
C t' Blandlnjr. upend their vacation with Mr. who will be with them for abouta 1 1
? Mrs. B. Hershfleld and Mrs. Williams' parents In Donaldsvllle, week Mr. and Mrs. Earl Chambers ENAMELED t
y lk David Skolnik left Saturday to <-a. and their children returnedto
Join their husband and father, B. Mrs. Al Rogers and little their home In Monticello Sun-

r c'r F t4 Hershfleld, In New York City. daughter, Lavonla spent the past day.Mrs 2.87
4 t for a visit with relatives. week-end at their home In Jacksonville M. D. Young was the din
J a '' "t Grace Crews returned Wednesday ; ner guest of Mr and Mrs. Ira ,

e t'+ from Jacksonville where she Mrs. L. A. Shepherd left Monday Young In Lake Butler Sunday. ...
; was the guest of Alice Ann Mills for a stay In Richmond After spending Sunday night; Hard wood, Minute Bowl
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