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 25, 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: VID04877
Source Institution: University of Florida
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L Lreatwn Trading Camp: Blanding Center and BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH Sweetest Home Side StrawberriesThis of of Heaven the .1'

Official Countu Publication Established In 1877

udri TY-SIX STAKKE. FLO KIUA.....UD.\y, AtC: l'ST: 25. 19U

Meeting Gunnery School I Faculty CompleteFor Many From Here Transients Sgt. Nova O'Brien
ft Men Entertained Attend Rites Selected For OCS I 1,000 QualifyFor

At USO-NCCS Club I For Dr. MainesDr.
I Discuss School Grave Problem "
t to Sixty Blanding soldiers and 20''''I j J, K. Maine! 68. prominentLake Sept. 12

men from the Naval Air Gunnery Butler physician died suddenly

Increases School In Jacksonville were en- I Opening Sept. 4If at his home there Monday Speaker i
dget tertalned at a dance Tuesday I morning following a heart attack ; Says City ElectionWith

night at the NCCS Club on- Tem '' Ho had been actively engaged

board ,f county Commls. pie Avenue. The affair was spear you feel! there's something I In the practice of medicine Describing the transient prob- right around, 1,000 voters

e her "al1'd a public meet coral by the Southern Bell Tele- definitely "In the air"- perhapsyou're at Lake Butler for 39 years lem in Starke as the most crli- 1. qualified for the City Election

trs dnesday. Sept. 6. at 10 phone company with Mrs.! Jeannette right.School [ and was favorably known to ical that he has ever soon, James September 17. It Us expected that .
for I B. Christian, assisted by I| many friends In Bradford County.He .
of P.
for On) a purpose explain- opens Monday. Sept. 4. Hlgglsboiham, new dlrectoi n/ heavy vote will be Cast becaimof
moposed increased ttemsprnutur I Miss Evelyn Edwards, In charge i Principal Footer' Shi Smith Is the father of Dr. J. E of the USO-YMCA Club .poke ,
(the large '
the 1944.45 bud.The of arrangements i I I Malncs, Jr., of Gainesville and of candidates
the briefly
.n [ stated yesterday that things are Wednesday at the rcgulai .,
meeting will be held In Mr. T. L, Wainwright of Lnw- "shaping up fine" for the openIng ,i Hal Y. Maines, former Mate senator luncheon meeting of the Rotary bidding for places on the City ;

tommisstoners room In the tey was responsible for transportation -, and he Is anticipating another fur Bradford and I Union Club. : < nincll and also due to the fact I

house for the sailors\ from the highly successful year. t!i; Counties. Mr. Higglnbotliam; has boon In r ,hat' the. office of mayor U being

meeting i" called In com- Naval Air Gunnery School. I I Starke -Js fortunate In that there.[ Judge A Z. Adklnt of Starke USO work for two years and'' onteMi'd.Three .

U e withaw. passed by the Special hostesses In charge of i are no vacancies on the faculty. I I was among) the honorary pallbearers consequently has lived In flE'vl'rnl'"al'my I city councilmen will bo

i Legislature! which Provides I entertainment were Misses LouIse I] Due to the presence here of many i| and a large number of towns", and has visited 'J' elected from the following six

-if In preparing the propos-I o i Thomas Elizabeth Phillips i I Army wives with teaching ex-1 II! people from here attended, the many others. Hut he hllll never who have announced, their candlilacy -

Ldlet! fm either of Marian Johns, Ruby Waite, Ruby I perlence, all places on the faculty :I funeral services.Nursery . seen the transient problem no I!I .

1 44 of 1944-45, the budgetIng Washam, Betty Lou Peterson, have been filled with capable Instructors [I acute as It Is In Starke he .unld. wi"i.. I L M OnlnesJunliiA
: authority determines that len Tanner, Lee Baldwin EI-I I In spite of the fact thaI the M. SmithVun
Item therein, Ine Marshall\ Leona Green, Mike SchoolTo does ,. H. CantonK
I budget. 01 some I Mr. Smith wishes to Impress Army everything In Its! power W.
I operating expenses should beeel Davis and Mrs. Patricia Crum. upon parents that children entering I. to discourage the families of Sgt Nova O'Bilen\ who has A. HayesC

?i more than five percent the first grade must be at men from coming Into military Ix-en stationed In Jnrkttonvilla on I... O. Knight
-spared with the budget for least five years and nine months (} Begin Soon areas, they continue to arrive on Wnc recruiting; ty fur the punt Duncan For Incumbent

preceding year or for,the year 30 CandidatesOut old by the day school opens. They 0 every bus and train, the director! 17 months, has been .selected to .Mayor i 1
1.41. be the stated. This attend two advanced schools Voters will also express
whichever may must present a birth certificate causes emergency )I H
I.* then such budget making | to prove their age. Plan! were formulated on Tuesday ,- problems to arise every day, It While making plans to attend He- choice for mayor with the contest -

Lrlty hall adopt a resolution ForFootball morning of this week for a I was Bald, especially when women CI'ultlnA'ilchonl/ at Jo'ortilnll1/ being between! Charles A.

""g B public meeting for thee Rev. Alison Addresses Church Nursery School to be operated with small children arrive tired Houston, Texas orders came In Darby, Incumbent, and N. D.
4 of explaining and discusI | as a civic project to assist and hungry, and have no placeto for her to report to Fort ORU-- Walnwrlglit t, Jr., who served as

I ouch proposed Increase." Thirty boys turned out for the Military Mrs. Club In caring for the Increasing number go for room accomodatlons. thorpe' Ga., for Officer Candidate, mayor several yearn ago

season's first football tryouts At Walnut St. USO of children arriving with their MI' Hlgglnbot ham emphiuil/eil School. Slit, O'Hi-Ion In well knownIn Duo to the fact that the city'srevenue ;.

Enjoys Monday, Coach James C. Hobbs "army mothers" In Starke. us the need for some agency In Starke. having been here on from taxes, license fees

glen reported yesterday, and practicesare "The Clouds" a one-act comedy well as for those children. whose! Starke that could, be of assistance recruiting duly several tlmi>M. and the municipal light and water -

icken Supper continuing as scheduled, he directed by Ruth Harrison Gross, I mothers are busy with war to such transients upon their SKI. Evelyn Carlisle, who has plant have doubled. and
said. was the main program feature In their own homes and work'i arrival here. been a weekly recruiting visitor t trebled In the lust three or four
uls D Rlcharde and Leonard community. I II here for the years, voters are giving an unusual -
I Outstanding backfield candidates of the regular Army Wives past several months,
|Messier( both of Lake Butler, I The school! will Plan will take over Sgt. llrlrn's, amount of thought to their
as! announced b y Coach I Luncheon Thursday, August 17. open on Tuesday Style Show territory -
e welcomed as new members Hobbs, are R. J. Turner. John The cast Included. Mrs. C. T. I September :5 In St. Mark'srectory For Until /Sgl. CllrllI'n' selections till. year, realizing that

,e Jones-Langford-Whlte Post Anderson Thomas Wadsworth and Carlff; Mrs. R. T,, Shaska, Mrs I on Church street and I 18 BenefitOf visit Staike again women desiring udmlnlHtration of the city's affairs -

[Ver-meetirg the American Legion at a Bobby Turner, while Line Coach I V! V. J. VandeWater, Mrs. D. C. McGuire to be In session each Monday WSO FundA Information concerning the should be placed In the ',

/ held Tuesday night'oegel' N. Carson Geiger mentioned Robert I I and Mrs. A. W. Welst. Mrs. j through Friday between the hours! Wac are Invited to stop In at the most capable hands poHslblo.

) Cafe. Barksdale, Billy Burney, B. C. : I>. A. Atchison assisted as prompter. -I lof 9 a. m. and 2:30: p m., with full and varied program Is Bradford, County Tel I e graph' orwrite It III l nlso believed that Starke
fie business meeting, in charge 'Holtzendorf, Phil Shuford Bobby I ( lurch served to the children at'j being! curried on at the U.S.O to: U. S, Army ftlcl'ultlngStilt will have a lot of readjusting to r

ot Commander Floyd Green, I Biggs and Steve Weldon as prom- Mrs. J. O. Smith ViceChairman j noon. II |fan Temple nnd Washington Ion. 239 POHlofflcu Building, .do In tho pout-war period and
l-leri by V H Garden Post streets. Jacksonville Kltt. this will\ alm
Two require unusual ad-
inent in his line department.A of the Army Wives' Council, i I competent paid instructors I!
Ijtant! preceded a chicken din- I will On Wednesday( afternoon, a mtnlxtratlve! ability on the part
supervise the
at the luncheon, andUSO a school with the
list of presided
I, served home style to the complete players who assistance of meeting of the Women's Service of the men elected.Railroad's !!.
j' will make up the squad and the pin for 150: hours of service I volunteers. I
est attendance the Legion has Plans were, made Organization! was held with the Licenses
1944 football schedule will be an- around the Club was awarded to by a commit.
In several months. tee Including Mrs VIce-President. Mrs. L. It. Jen Part '
nounced next week. Mrs R. J, Luhn I Junius Smith
lness included the I Mrs. Glenn flings, presiding In the absence
appoint- Duke. Mrs.
In I of a Flag committee to i Following the program, Mrs Burnt.;\,ilre. Betty Burdett Edward and of MI-H. Lex Green, President. A Now On SaleDriver's In Community .:
McGuire led the in 'I '

e a location for the erection I Lumber Restricted group community the ReV Grover Alison, report was made to the effect that Life'DeacribeciThe
la (flag pole, a recent, project i To Use Only In singing. Par''T-' i iro: wish to enroll a Mrs. W. B. Mundy of Leila's Dress I I ;
M'rs'KGoward: A. D. .
: Mrs.
Ithe organization. Committee- child, will "please do 110 Immediately Shop will present a style show Llcenno.s went on sac Importance of the! ,railroad ,
named were W. S, Sibley, Emergency Cases Thorp, Mrs. Bertha Kelly and by writing to Church Nursery during September for the purpose lust week In Judge E. K. Perry- to the life of the community was

IJ. Thomas and N D. Wainght. Mrs J. T. Freeman prepared and School, But) 487, Stnrke. of raising funds for the man's office In the County courthouse stressed, by Junlun M. Smith, "an
Jr. Home owners needing, lumberfor served the luncheon organization. Further plans for old railroad! man" In n short, talk "

J Thomas, chairman of the repair work will be given Mrs. R. J. Luhn was electedChairman Telephone Girls the event will be announced later. Old licenses" expire October 1. lit the Rotary Club Wednemlay.
preference ratings to assist them of the Army Wives' after, which time Mr. Smith, proprietor of tho
an muniundergo
r Committee I Wednesday applicant
reported on In obtaining lumberonly In extreme Council at the regular; meeting Serve SpaghettiAt afternoonat Starke Dry Cleaners/ & Laura
,. fur> the Bradford County 2 p. m., Army wives enjoyeda an examination by aFlorida
emergency cases, theVar Monday noon to serve a term of dry, has "railroaded"" for
r to he held here from USO-NCCS Club Bridge Party at which there state Highway Patrolman many '
Production Board eight weeks. Mrs. J. F. Freeman M
announces. I I before he years and although not "on aurn"
Oct 21. More definite were tables both for playing and may obtain a new
and Mrs. E. L. Potter were ap at the present time, ha stated
WPB officials pointed out that IIcpn! s will be i On for Instruction. applicant him uvalid
Thursday The
formulated In the evening of last high score
the Council to fill two
0 pointed to that ho r
I might return It at
the thousands of home license ,
owners from
Ifutuie : I week a dinner prize was Florida or any
Mr. Thomas said, vacancies, and Mrs. Millicent spaghetti was won by Mrs. Ann
1 the Fair this year, shows i who are flooding the field offices' welcomed served at the NCCS-USO:: Club to I Smith Both Army wives and other .state this examination Is some time In the future.
was as a new
of WPB and the Federal Housing not The fact that the communityowes
Jiblllly of being the largest, 0 member and to be Chair a large crowd of service men and local ladles are cordially Invited necessary.The
agreed .
history, he continued I Administration, of the National of decorations for the Thursday civilians,, Special entertainment to join this group each week cost of an operator's license much to the railroad, not '/
man "
Housing with applies : I only for passenger and freight
Jorld War II veterans Agency luncheon. and dancing followed. The Cabaret Dance on Wednesday I Is $l. A chauffeur's II-
were i tlons to receive assistance through service, was pointed) out by Mr. '
The affair cense costs $1.50. Junior
Itfd to was sponsored by the night occasion (I operators
I' was
participate in all the, The Rev. Grover Alison spoketo I a gay Smith. Ho stated that the Sea.
preference ratings cannot expect Southern: between 14 and
: Bell 18 of
I'w' of the organization and the "Military bars Club," on Telephone girls I enlivened with decoration of gay years
|ed to Join the group such assistance In getting lumber I "Spiritual Life" on, Tuesday atone with Mrs. Jeanette B. Christian table clot hsand candles. Senior age will pay 50 cents for a license board Air Line Railway pays a
total of $11,84297\ In taxes
I annually
justified repair -
except emergency as chairman, She and a three month tem-
ie meeting closed o'clock He stressed the Im was assistedby hostesses' from the USO for the in Iliadford
with group 0 0ng. purposes. Miss Evelyn Edwards and Miss porary Instruction permit for beginning County-110-
evening were Mrs Anderson
: Myrtle
portance of a common religious -
984.02 In county taxes and $958,95:
Lumber for making non-emer faith between husband and wife, Ruby Washam who acted an Mrs. W. G Stringfellow, Mrs. drivers over 14 yean of
to the City of Stllrk!!. The total r
gency repairs Is bought on uncertified hostesses.' :.b. Luther G. Powell, nnd Mrs, John age will also be Issued for 00
and the need for Individual worship
tax paid by the Seaboard to the
[aintenance Men and unrated orders from as well c.s group worship The dinner' was prepared by Smith, Jr. Junior hostesses were cents. State of Florida In 1943 wan r''
lebrate Record lumber dealers who have been allotted Spiritual life Is a growth he said Pvt. C. Mancuio of New York regular members of the Girls' Lust year a total of 3.812 II- 75734726.: I'a'

ith small quantities of lumber and must be fed and matured t o City, nephew, of the "Magic Chef"j Service Organization, assisted bya cen"oK were Issued Barbecue I for the third quarter of 1044 to be of worth. for whom a famous brand of spaghetti group of girls from, SouthernBell Of this number 2.86"< were regular The speaker stated that Seaa
take of essential Is named. 749 board pay checks spent in Bradford -
Civilian! care the requirements At the Tuesday evening Supper Telephony Co., chaperoned operators were chauffeur
employes of Camading's p of small consumers.In Group for Married Service People After dinner entertainment was by Mrs. Jeanette Christian. operators, 158 junior operators County total around $4,000 id

e Combined :Maintain-i' general, damage caused to Mrs. S. C. McGuire again led provided by Sol Albright a local On Thursday. evening members and 41 temporary Instruction per month P

fvements Shop celebrated two recent dwellings by fire flood, tornado, In the singing of old favorites I musician, who has played In the of the G. I. Jacks and Sills, married permits.The "I think that any program of GU'

.t t for In repairing equlp-: earthquake, storm or a similar She closed the program with a 0 Cotton Club In New York and couples' club, were served a County Judge's office Is pOllt-war[ planning we might propose

Inll> combined service by' catastrophe Is considered justification solo, "Just the Way You Look i also performed with the "Ink dinner planned and prepared by open from 9 a, m. to 12 noon, should Include as one of its i
a a barbecue at the shop for emergency ratings when Tonight. Spots" and been a guest star on a committee composed, of Mrs and from 1 p. m. to 5:30: p. m. provisions strong cooperation on

Wednesday, the damage Is of such nature as Mrs ChrUtlanson. Mrs Potter a Tommy Dorsey program. Pvt. I Charles Barr Mrs George Elliott each week day except Wednesdaywhen the part of the public with the

repllrlng the Barbecue was a'' to make the dwelling unfit for Mrs. A, D Thorp Mrs. C. J. Car- Ray Sears, A soloist on the Ben- and Mrs John Smith, Jr. The It closes at noon. railroads," Mr. Smith stated. "I
IIlttee of civilian ny Goodman program assisted by entertainment for the was never have seen a- town without a ,
II employes continued occupancy. Examples' Ig, Mrs. Renaldy, Mrs. Francis
d by Theron E. Burts of of such damage are: leaks In the I Morceau assisted Mrs A. S. Dun- Theodore Santarone at the piano, a bunco game. Civilian Employes railroad that amounted to( any-

*(onvin8 of) Starke with Samuel M. Hen- roof weakening of the framework tar In preparing and serving the also entertained with a group of I At the Saturday night dance, Complete CourseIn thing," be concluded. "

as assistant 'of lateral songs. E. K.
separation supports meal. senior hostesses were Mrs
rge of finance. I from the main supports of Latest fart among the wives Perryman. Mrs. Bertha Pearce, Job EvaluationEight Camp QuartetteTo

Committee, members Included 0 the ,structure, broken joists or who frequent the Club is making ,I Rotary to Welcome Mr!!. J, M Mitchell and Mrs. W. Be Feature Ii
1ft C McElroy and A. B. Carr risers. saucy yarn poodle-dogs for gifts District Governor G. Stringfellow. The door prize, civilian employes whose
Jacksonville of lumber becauseof Instruction of call home homes are In Stnrke ant. one from At Tabernacle
William D Deterioration under the capable a long-distance was - - --- -- ----
Daniel| of St. Augustine WI1i \ -; wear and tear will not be con- Mrs. Ellen Battlsta and Mrs. K. The Rotary Club next Wednes won by Pvt. Wayne Dow of De. I Waldo recently completed a
i Snyder and Royal E. Hag- sidered an emergency need for W. Coward Dogs of green blue, day will have the pleasure of being catur. Ill. Members of the Girls' schooling course of Job Instructing Sunday night August 27, the

,of Green Cove Springs' Sam lumber if the parts to be replaced white, brown-all color of the host to Dr Walter J. Math- Service Organization acting us Conferences offered to all worshippers at the Tabernaclewill

non and JD.. Seymour the will function without repair rainbow-with matching or con- erly, Governor'of the 167th DU- junior hostesses were: Misses' Patricia supervisory personnel of Camp have a special treat In message -

:r 8jj Master of Ceremonies, for at least another three trasting ribbon bows'and. button trict of Rotary International. Keen, Gayle Sewell, Virgin. Blandlng's army service forces In- and non 'larke. and W. with Dr. who Is Dean of la Ida Johnson, Lucile : I talla tlO"". \v. Keyes and a male quartette
D. Gunter Ara months, officials said. eyes make a gay scene, _as Matherly Sewell
Bland will have
Fnaee and William L. PoweU 1 Applicants for emergency ratIngs many as a dozen girls at workon the College of Business Administration Johnson, June Bloss,. Margaret John C. Bird, Camp Training from Camp Ing
Ingsley Lake to obtain lumber for emer them at one time. at the University of Florida Bird, Estehr Crews, Melba String-I Supervisor, gives I the courses charge of the service 1.

.01. E. C Rose, Camp Comnder. gency repairs should be made Servicemen and their wives are will speak at the regular fellow, Margaret Stringfellow under the supervision of MaJ. A. The Chaplain and hU quartette

Pf'' tribute to the work to the nearest Federal Housing cordially Invited to take part In luncheon meeting the club and Betty Lou Peterson, Gladys Sanchez A. Dlckion, civilian! personnelchief. attended the Soldiers' Hour last itj

e by civilIan) employes, Administration field office on all Club activities Wives are especially will advise with officers on mat ; Garnlto Hutto Frances Col- Sunday afternoon. All who were .:

r recent weeks the combinedshop Form WPB-2896, and must show in v ited to attend the ters pertaining to Club adminis' ley, Margaret Beam. June Patel The program, run In connec- privileged/ to hear this fine group j:

,'talnar.ce which! nor that the extent of the damage Is regular Thursday luncheons at tration. Margie Patel, Jean Davis Louise tion with the civilian training then are looking forward with qy;'

'y SPrvlces north Florida and such that the dwelling is unfit 12:30 and Newcomer's Coke Hour; Stem Lucille Mitchell, Dorothy branch of the Industrial perSon- enthusiasm to this spiritual feast

'II Georgia Army mstallatrucka- for use unless repaired. Mondays and Fridays at two o' Home Nurse Course Swan bom, Mary Jo Harding, Alice nel division of the Army Service next: Sunday night. The Soldier .I.
Overhauled 140 heavy Home owners were urged by clock J. Harding, and Nettle Mae Forces, In given to teach the supervisors Hour held at four o'clock each

IS/Jo tents for combat use. WPB and the Federal Housing The Club I H located at 201 N To Start MondayClasses Fowler. i how to evaluate jobs and Sunday afternoon Is a regular

guests( 1 Included Brig. Administration to retrain from Walnut Street.Episcopal In Home Nursing will I Serving at the Sunday after I break them down to basic detailsIn feature of the weekly program at te''
E. Tabernacle. All soldiers and
W. Pales and Brig. Gen attempting to obtain ratings for begin Monday morning Aug. 28, : noon Tea Hour from 3:00 to5OO order to train employes to the
their wives as well aa civilian
Conelly of the Infantry any but the most essential emergency at the Health Unit on N ChurchSt. : were Mrs. E. K Perrymanand eliminate accidents, waste or useless t
nltg Replacement Center Col. lumber needs. Direct and ., according to an announce Mrs. Maude Halle, represent. motion. are Invited.
' Children's Hour heM at
; A Johnston, Po s t Ex- Indirect military requirements for The Rev. Grover Alison will ment yesterday by MM. Junlus ing the Methodist Church. At Those taking the course were: three The o'clock Wednesday after-
e OffIcer total essential ),1. Smith' chairman of Red Cross Davis Lonnie Page, Edwin T. Prevail
Co1Charles S. lumber are .o high and preach on "The Power of the five o'clock Mrs. Ellery Is In attendanceand
'fly Finance Officer and othe lumber demand so far In Gospel" at the morning service Volunteer Special Services 'played the accompaniment for Walker McGee, David D. Ilran- noons Interest.growing Corbin Carnell! of
bers of the Camp Command. excess of supply, that all unnecessary this Sunday the twelfth after' The classes will be taught by group Hinging. nen Joseph. L. Anderson. Fred O.
Ormand, Fla., who has been enjoying -
be cur- Mrs. Eunice Willis, nurse from the Tyre and Ernest T. RItch of
nation! use of lumber must Trinity, at St. :Mark's Episcopal
Ca'i; ;'t' Earl Johnson WPB said. Church. Church School will be at Red Cross Southeastern Area At- Mrs. W. D. Embry of Lakeland Starke and Mrs. Margaret Elrad an extended, summer visit

arced, Saturday to Enid Army tailed, ten o'clock and Morning Prayer lanta, Ga., and wilt begin at 9:30: and Mrs. T. W. Caruthers of of Waldo. with hi.* grandparents Mr, Sc Mrs.
Fleli has added much to
In Miami have returned to their F, A. Scott
dl after MarriagesLuther and Sermon at eleven. a. m. Mrs W. J. Churchwell la the inspiration of these Wednesday -
a Recent homen after spending some time spending -
wish the
'I /0-day furlough here Tonight (Friday) there will bea Those( who to take
Mrs. Johnson! at the home W. Jackson of Starke and War-Interceasions course are asked to report at with their parents. Rev. and Mrs several days this week In afternoon programs with his
per Litany
mother Mrs. J. M.. Brown- and Alma E. Harris of Lake Butler this time. W. J. Churchwell. Hollywood Illustrated Bible etorie
program. I
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Well Suited 0 PRE SID E N T ROOSE p e. p S p e e e. 1 i Pvt. Leo F. Starling of Starkecan JSKV:t nOltl 1, IIIt'DP 1\ .M
BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH VEL T'S suggestion of a TheressaHy take pride in the fact that Howard ITan'I, I
THE For Pasl-{/'ar Use year's post-war training I he Is a member of the 82nd Airborne sard tiff vn. ... ndqul",, .: ., '* .Id''h.,P'

Extal>ll hfd 1877 In Youth Training both military and civil, to Miss Ida pagan Division the regiment NioTi'PI i ., .
I E. L. Matthews ______________ Editor and Owner million anda . e e e e e e e e e e e which captured Ste. Mere\ Eglise AND : r11j') "''\ ov
million a 'BAR;:
a or STATE OF PI,,", I
1 before ,1
youths between the ages of 17 and 23 shouldbe W. D. Gar- la. Normandy three hours Jan Byer HUHV, ,,',:"',vI. , ,
and Entered an Second ClafMt Matteat quarter Mrs\. Bill Hall, Mrs. Allied Landing Forces touchedthe I. Route i. Haw! : let e
Published Weekly on Friday right up Camp Blanding's"alley and Starke should rett and Mrs. Lydia Hall were D-Day. You are i" VI I try4thnyj ,,
Starke, Florida. I beachhead on September
Office at ,,
the I'fmt fBlanding's 1 "M*
1.t 1. start a concerted effort right now to urge the use shopping la .Starke, Tuesday. I This regiment played an outstanding named Court and ...'t* t
worthwhile A. L. Sullivan and Sylvia plaintiff ,
facilities for such a purpose. Mrs
t .t In carrying out the County Telegraph'' ,
;' High Water Spoiling LAST WEEK we dia The President's idea is that the program should not Millican left Monday for Miamifor and mission of part the airborne troops, Order Witness In next f',n"eat ,i hall 1\'.',."kl puAU,,'
. cussed the fact that Rom be entirely of compulsory military training, a visit with relatives the Germans my ''' .lid, > ?
Beauty and Enjoyment "beautifier1had composed which was to prevent at "'Starke K "I?'rt" off|
" thoughtless civilian friends Bunt nth 1944. l "Uii.
t but would consist of same military and some from throwing powerful
Kingsley Lake had planted a small patcl Miss Ruth Frith of Lake Ge- (OFFICIAL SEAL,
training, including vocational courses to prepare young week-end with forces from the West and Soutfr A. Clerk of 'J 1 TIt
the said ,
I i
in the
of water hyacinths < neva spent "r
and men' for civilian jobs. Mrs. James Swindell.Mr. against the beachhead. The men H. O. Brown I..k, Hand ,. H,.
.. F j drainage ditch running between Kingsley Village Benefits would be both physical and mental, it was G. M. Burnett of Jasper I of the 82nd had particular rea- Alty. for Pit ioU'I

,. Kingsley Lake. said, and such training would teach youths the specialart Is visiting his daughter, Mrs. C. 'son to be proud when they took ------ 41
l This week we are glad to able to tell our reader: of living together in groups and also teach them SLRIvan.( Ste. Mere Egllse. It was the Im- --

{i'.' i tt, that steps are being taken to remedy another problen habits of cleanliness and discipline. Sheriff and Mrs. A. O. Andreu portant Junction town through Asbestos
j that has caused genuine concern and inconvenience to< President Roosevelt! also pointed out that the nation Miss Hanna Swindell of Starke which the Germans were expectedto Built-up
property owners around Kingsley-the fact that the< would have another post-war problem in deciding what and Mrs. Ella Harris and daughter move up reinforcements. This Roof,

water level in the lake is now at the highest poin to do with all the housing put up to train service men of Stuart were the guests of outfit also, opening took the St. way Sauveur for mo-leVlcomte I ROOFS REPAIRED
; reached. When the water gets too high the nice< Miss Ida Hajtan Wednesday. I ALL
41 ever and offered three suggestions for utilizing these campsin bile forces to drive on to the WORKGUARANTEED
f sand beaches disappear, of course, and leaves, dead peacetime: Mrs. D. W. Moore and Mrs. sea and thus cut off the peninsulaand

y. limbs, muck and other trash are washed back into the 1. Caring for a large number of non-hmbulatory Dan Loper and daughter. Dottle, I Cherbourg. i by
1 lake,- discoloring the water and hiding the beautifu sick veterans. were shopping In Starke Satur-

? white sand bottom that is such an outstanding attrac 2. Housing vocational trainees. day. Crosby & Solan,

iyt{' ,, tion to swimmers. 3. Housing for many other trainees, some military, Mrs R \veek-end C. Dampier with of her Starke fa You keep buying FREE: ESTIMXTCS:

+ ,1 The unusually high, water level results from a combination some not. spent the Rt. 2, Box (!H !oItlrJ.t.:

of circumstances. When Camp Dlanding was: With -a training program of some sort almost a cer- therMr, and Mis C. R. Moore and WAR BONDS ...-----.--
being built it is understood that engineers, for norm tainty for the post-war era it seems that Camp )landing Charles and Larry of Lake ---

'.yY reason, wished to raise the lake level slightly so they would be well-suited for such use. The location of Sons Wales spent the week-end with '

dammed up Black Creek, the only outlet. Propertj such a training camp here would be well worth( "going the former's mother, Mrs D. W. I'
..1"1 owners did not raise any great: objection to this measure after" for it would do much to take up the slack when Moore. .!7j ou usete: tAe Only 'V'llfl

even though they would have preferred the lake the inevitable day arrives that Blanding is no longer Mrs. J. P. Dickerson was trans-

ty*' the to remain engineers'at its explanation old low level.that However the dam, they was accepted neces n.used for training infantry replacements in World War acting. business in Falatka, Friday You might not need automobile insurance. But then

r sary for some technical reason not easily understood Mr. and Mrs Rupert Zeigler fellow may involve you in an accident , I

by the layman. and daughter, Judle of GaInes- LOOK INTO AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE NO
Not until this summer, with almost daily rains, did 'D@ ville and W. T. Zeigler of Jack-

; the lake level roach really alarming proportions. In artS () @ sonville spent the week-end with

,;, effort to find out what, if anything, could be done tc f their father, Z. Z. Zeigler. CHARLEY E. JOHNS AGENC
remedy the situation the Telegraph got in touch withLt. l:G 009 Mrs, Cloversettle and daughter,
I and Mrs. Bradley and son and
at Blanding,,
t post engineer
Col. Marcus M. Clayton, ,
In Pa-
Mrs. Loper were visiting PHONE 13
matter and stated -
who expressed deep concern over the @ < / < 'l
morning placing additional dQ1 '" :< ii; ""
t that workmen started Monday ,'< B. F. Geiger, S 2-c, of Titus- STARKE, FLORIDA,
Black "
iI pipes to take water away over the "by jTLHARRELLWhen : ville visited his mother, Mrs. J.
r, spillway and gave assurance that never again would = P. Dickerson, a few days this Representing THE TRAVELERS. Hartford

1 ( the lake be allowed to reach its present eight I was a ] mucH fun shedding crocodile tearsor I week. .
t'., t Property owners around Kingsley will welcome this! fdvoiite bedtime story was the going around making wisecracks Mrs. S. R. Swindell visited her --eowenppp---------

T 1.r bit of information and will appreciate the cooperation 'no about the three little pigs. about the poor little pigs daughter Mrs. John Jordan, in

of Col. Clayton and post engineers in remedying! this The only way my mother could that were ordered "plowed un Alachua for a few days. Fruits & Vegetable
W condition. Although the lake will probably ;et me to wash my feet before der" by that old meanle Piesl- We are sorry that W. C. Loper
; disagreeable to its old-time pre-Blanding level, prop- Ding to bed was to promise tt dent Roosevelt. and R L. Batton are on the sick
never drop to tell me again about that lovable I understand Governor Dewey list this week. We wish thema
lowered enough
erty owners will be satisfied if it is from little pork trio and their tl'oubleB.. is the latest to revive the mythof speedy recovery. DELICIOUS PEACHES e
}" IL, allow the water to clear up and to prevent trash with old man wolf 1 the little pigs but he hasn't Everyone 1 Is invited to Sunday

;' i'!;{ washing back into the shallow water around the edges But I grew up to find out that : mentioned a thing about that School every Sunday morning at

where children like to play. 'ill pig stories nicn't In the fairytale other famous bedtime story that the Baptist Church and every PRICES REASONABLELeon
books. One of the really hag some foundation In Sunday evening at the Christian
1 outstan'-I fact-the one about old 1 "Mother" Church.
IN SPITE of the fact that ing mysteries of our
s The "Appealing" filler. confidently expect to myth about the poor little pigselng ( Hoover who promised gullible Mrs. Freddie Dodd entertainedthe

'' Has No Place In be we denounced as an old "plowed under" back in I little Americans two cars in every Junior Class of The Christian '
'i Children's Funnies \1933. This pitiful little story that I garage; and a chicken in every Union at her home Friday even- Dicanclio
fuddy-duddy and joykiller the Republicans like to tell, 1 1i pot; but' when they got there the Ing. The youngsters enjoyed the
there's something on i whether It's bedtime or not, persists cupboard was bare-and stayed swlmlng and playing games, after
our mind that we want to place on'the record. We believe like the George Washington that way until Roosevelt came which refreshments were served. CALL & CHERRY STS.

that at least fifty percent of the so-called "fun..j cherry tree myth, though there I along. ,. Everyone enjoyed the occasion. ----------------
nies", if not actually harmful to children, certainly I lun't a word of truth (In either ----- -- ----- - -- -

;' ;'I! aren't doing them a bit of good. From what I read on the sub- -
fascinating 'lect (and not In nursery books wt t onrr i.L ,. .. ,
life wouldn't be
We fully realize that as >", "'" ,0 .
either) what actually happenec )< 4h< p"
for the youngsters without the Sunday comics : .
A /'
wus that at the plea of farm YhZW.
i I eets and the daily strips and we would be the last lenders the government took sb : -W.:,'. <

to suggest doing away with them entirely, but we do million little porkers that farmers n ,, H 'Y t 'I obi \v ik.

+ think that some of the authors and artists have gone couldn't feed and killed 'em w ro" T i I r
i"" entirely too far, pandering to the spicy tastes of adults :a few months early. These little ( 1n t.

% I rather than the more innocent tastes of children. Without pigs provided 100 million poundsof

i making any real "survey" of the subject, it seems pork for people who probably : f v ; $ I
of the over-sexed,, hadn't had a bite of meat on the . 1f1
to us that at least half strips are
i : over-dramatized and over-horrorized. These' "comic" table since Hoover was Inaugu
rated. Killing them at that time
1Z ,,1 r characters move in a world where the heroine is given also saved 75: million bushels ol :

;' I' all the physical attributes of the "sweater girl" that corn in a ought year so the ___
\ even the movies had propriety enough to ban; the hero,, net result was more and better' iv' d : !Li ttyy '
\ 'fm like as not, considers himself amply dressed in a leop pigs In 1931.It AMA

wi t ard-spotted loip cloth and minor characters are such was as simple as that, but t"' ysrt
1 ,' lurid personages as Scarface, Pruneface, Flattop, The a lot of Bob-iateia (both male ) f
'Mole and many others that apparently have stepped and female) won't listen to ex

X I right out of a nightmare. An interesting world? Yes. planations- because they get sc

A fascinating world? Yes. But is it a world you want | iv' iiuciir rniiir. nil nilnunl
r$ your children to live in? We think not. (flIIV.T.urlln' : *.T% Kl.Ollllttl IV' CIIN.,

The most insidious danger from the macabre "comics" M .Tons., Plaintiff. VII,
MarionValter Jones, Detendant.Casio 'S't t' ,;' derives from the inability of children and some not-too- No 32D8oitniiii friW f f 1 1t1 r i '
bright adults to' distinguish between the sympatheticand ANn NOTIfM OP rrttLirvATiov TO APPEAR: I ISTATK yr o-f,, Ar'

the unsympathetic characters. They are apt to Waltvr Jones OF FLORIDA within residence lo. : :Murlnn In -
find the criminal a far more interesting and likeable rimrtpHton shipbuilding and >
fellow than the detective who runs him down, and in duck Co. (Oliarli-nton, S. C.Sellendrr % /

r.T+ their games, it's ten to one the average boy will want Court IRhtl1a11tIn,and! cause,theeabovenamed wherein. r-.a j / nf

; to be Pruneface rather than Dick Tracy. ,plaintiff' seeks illvorc. Bradford'
''ullty Telegraph s h "I 1 publlxh / rRt
This phenomenon was recognized by the author of a thin Order In next four weekly I I.*
t ,, } 'tk. feature article on Chester Gould the man who writes nue tVitness", my hand and official i 3 a iR

n r N and draws Dick Tracy. The biographical sketch was neat' nt Starke, "" ...rld... thin Autfimt
71 h. 1144
A 1 published recently in Life magazine and the writer ((OFKU'IAISKM..) A J. Thomas I F
4 An flvik of said 1 Cou i-l.
readers "all broken
hundreds of up"over
told how were T. Kinnk I.nnJriim, Starke, Florida
the death of Flattop, a character in Dick Tracy, Altv for rif. 8-11 4t 91reOOO

!r ' described by the author as "a dapper, dim-witted but -t''a

i appealing little killer who finally met his death by I LSTROUT ,, it ..atnt

'k ; drowning." And there, we think, you have the key II I" LI... IU'L

.lr' to the evil that can result from the more uncomical .-;; GPO'.t pdvertlaer FsTATEL .r "..10_
I comics "an appealing little killer". The fact that a try property. Iles made peer
More Out of that
I killer should be portrayed for' millions of young read. "......<<.antes.. Tlnym of IlonicaFarms from all over theworld. came
"'10 ers as well as thousands of psychopathic adults as "ap Free open II.tloa.E. .

:k t 1 ; pealing" is indictment enough of the thrill strips, it STROUT REALTY AGENCYRepresented In
Old Lunch Pail than went
$ ;, .' seems to us. I .
I k r 1 There was a time when' the funnies were content to I Locally by 4 ,

'I 9 be pure non-sensical entertainment and many a grownup F. C. JIOLLINGSWORTH
today still has a warm place in his heart for such 116 S. Walnut St.
Big sandwiches with thick slices of ; "'
America is wisely recognizing the
;' innocuous characters as Buster Brown, Happy Hooligan -
the Katzenjammer Kids and others of their ilk. bread helped to build the brawn that nutritive importance of bread. Now

4 But today the wholesomely humorous strips, of which I atch YourKidneys built America's industrial might. enriched, it is the finest bread ever setWartime
Blondie is a refreshing and outstanding example, are
l I I demands upon men and before the human . that
race so good
X11 1, ,, distinctly in the minOritThere is too much emphasis /
j on physical attraction, too many cold-blooded murders, women, young and old, have brought our ancestors would have called it cake. ly

i too many torture chambers. And. alas, even that Pol- help of Them Harmful Cleanse Body the\t'asle Blood us as a nation to a stern realization of When you eat plenty of enriched

+ '' lyannaish moppet, Little Orphan Annie, is too often Tour ktdn eonit ntly ilttrlngwutc the need for an adequate diet for alL bread improve
f used as the innocent instrument to grind the political :matter ro.r the blood. you your besides
,; ? 'r' kidneys.omntJmM!Iag In their work-do I So today-in homes, in plant cafesaving ration for other
;h axes of her author-artist. not act M Natur intended-fail, to remove points good own/amtil circleteriasandinreataurantalargeandsmall ;
We think the kids of today getting the dirty ImpuritiM that if retained may: foods.
+ Y are ponce' the system' and up et the theta I erontveningsuhengooa

1st end of the stick from, many comic artists. Though body Symptom.maehiaery may b.nagging! backache, 'p ... #' friends slImllnd yon, Ilm'
naturally they revel vicariously in this morbid stuff, pratatnt.headache,attack Of dtauness.getting In bakers of America with sandwiches become
yeast, AnhelUet'-DU
t l think the folks are victims of monstrous up atghu..w.lbng. puftineeaunder glider ..ndbombePrPelage frames manufactures urtt*
4 we young a the eyee- feeling ot nwrvou wing parts turret parts and foodstuffs delicacies when
rl, and loss of pep and at rent th. government, and produces other materials which into the for the babbling
gyp. Other signs of kidney or bladder di.order .- Aluminum Munition. :Medicines B go Hospital !'e of: Rubber with golden,
Complex Vitamins
aometime* burning, scanty or f Diets Baby Foods u'hleb
tt i, g1 too frequent urination.Th Dread and other Bakery producta Vitamin-fortitled cattle feeds . till
.r.should doubt that prompt Soap and TeJlt: to DAme a few. e Pape! the flll"ors of
Governor Walter E. Edge of New Cents
Q Jersey says treatment. I. wiser than neglect. 1.:.. l "
Nominee Z>oari. PtIU.' D.......'. "have been winning; ytt Here
aka + that Republican Presidential Thomas E. Dew- .... dish.
new friunda for more than forty :r. gbe'derrtity its **'* :
'ryl favors a strong post-war organization equipped to They have a nation-wide reputation. B ]
( ey d.
Are recommended
by grateful people the .
deal with any future threat to world peace. Now if country over. Ak guar neighborDOANS / U S e r tlnctivt taste.AUO11'11

w d Priscilla, the gal who put John Alden on the spot, werea 'rIIA"us_..",.."',..".

.; x? a member of our staff she'd shyly remark: "Why PILLS S
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In what other way could you accomplish so much
with your spare time? In what other way could you do
so much to help bring Victory nearer?
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Kattlefront development have thrust military requirement for The result of these leelopment and of the near depletion of ".\ny further. loHHeti In liurks' and .tln-x, without rrpliwenwntu; a t
wmMpiiip to the highest point of the war and they are expected pulpwood and pulp stocks. In 1012-13 said :Mr. ItoenclienNleln, N Hint drought in the North or prolonged rulii-4 In tli* Youth' ; uildltUmulilralns k
to rise even further, cay Harold Boeschensetln! actinic director of I the pulp and paper Industry I 1'4' rating| on .1 "liaml-to-mouth"' basis.Ho . on manpower| by the> aimed Nervl IN'" Or wur plant, or the
the Forest Products Bureau of the War Production Board. said pulpwood production and waste paper collection Hiinstantlally rerull of prisoners' of war, would. xerlontly retard our present {HifMroutput. ,
Tim Army and Navy will need more than twice as much pulp increnned' In the first hall of 1911, but not rnnugli to l b..l- ."
for making explosives and ammunition In the third quarter of 1911 once the soaring lemandi. Kxeii a Minlileii. roil to the' Kiir': |>1..11ur, lie. unlit, would not Im-
II'" In the first quarter, he declared. Present estimates are thatr..Urlhquarl..r "If anything' went wrong ullh future pulpwood) produetloii he ,",' bring iihoiit. a reiliinlon of mill detiiiiniN. . for pulpuood .and
.demands will continue upward. Also Increasing are Mild, production of paper "",oul.1 drop quickly below a'teal niedVbecause waste. IMlIN"r. On the contrary' pulpuixxl 1 production In Miifli r,ent
military demands. for woodpulp for making high-tenacity rayon for mills now are recel"'lnf( pulpwood at a rate approximately "mliclit hf'> seriously redueed. by the ulllidrnuul'1 of prlMinero. of war
tire, and for overseas packaging. equal to the current level\ of requirement lie asserted: from the W MMS."

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i t P AIESOCIETY I, Miss Watterson Weds 1 1I i| Family Reunion WSCS Circles I attorney Zach H.was Douglas In Starke, Gainesville Wednes- Monday Pfc. Joseph morning K.a" ,. lit I 'I'e"

1\ .w and CLUBS day enroute to Washington, D. C., time with his ""t., '. , MondayBusiness
\ Archie G. EilandIn A family reunion was held Wed Met where he will take care of some been overseas" t". !)" '. lie

.. Church CeremonyA I nesday. August 23. at the home and program meeting' business with the U. S. Supreme has participatei n' 11
I Lennon at Chl'l8-1 before on to New battles. ., ""
of Mr. and Mrs E. < of the Woman's Society of Court going They i i I. D1

Farewell Party Bridge-Luncheon I marriage of unusual Interest 124 Pratt St. tlan Service met Monday after- York City for a vacation. New Orleans '\h, gal

Given WednesdayBy and beautiful simplicity wns performed Those enjoying /the happy occasion noon In the Methodist church and Mrs. A. Rogers and Mrs. Kate until he has t ,, \'

For Sara Reed on Sunday. August 20, at I were :Mr. and Mrs Harry the meeting was opened with the Murphy of ChI I cago arrived In station In San ""u ,

>;; and Mlsj Mrs Baggett six o'clock In the evening, when Booher of Ocal.i:! :Mr and Mrs, hymn, "Must Jesus Bear the Cross Staike last week for an extended Mia \ r''>
Mrs. Audrey Keating .
: /i with Dorothy Loiene oldest daughterof E. M. Davis of Atlantic Mass., Alone", with Mis. Sanford Rltch stay with Mr. and Mrs. Oscar / i '"":"
+ Madge Mlddleton Middle. Mrs. William Baggett entertained Mr. and Mrs M. L. Wattersonof Mr. and Mrs E. R. Newberry as piano accompanist i iI Andreu. I Mrs. Edith BiWl, "r,
at the
] at '
brldge-lunchfon friends "
d '; a Wednesday after- a group of Hampton became the bride of Sr., Mrs. T. A. Mllh.r, Mra Mol-: Mrs W. G. Halle, president, Mrs. W. Wagner and small Judge and M v ,:
home Wednesday I.
ton ,
(.I noon for Miss Sara Reed, who bridge and luncheon flmt on to the Archie G. Eiland, 2nd Assistant lie Miller, Miss Ann Bartlett of I presided over a brief business session son, Billy, accompanied by Miss i have as guests ,, ,K"' .
Inviting them of the Merchant Marine and Mrs E. R. of left Wednesday Judge Adkin n.f!\ I
Starke September Engineer Jacksonville. Mr. and at this time Miss Olive Betty McRae Starke I : yrs, ,r
will leave on Ethel ;
y home of her aunt, Mrs. of Mr. and Mrs. L. D. I Miami. Mrs. Nelson for I Carlton E"
1 for New Orleans where she has decorated pret- son Newberry Jr. of Ray read the tieaaurer's report morning Indianapolis, of Jacks,,,, ,
Rlggs. which was Eiland also of Hampton.The California and weeks' visit nephew and
I University for Bronateln of I Ind., for a two with and niec. M I
j enrolled In Tulane and summer also corresponding secretarY'8report. '
: with red roses and "">
tily took
!If graduate work. Miss Reed has candlelight ceremony Harold Lennon of Starke. Mrs. Wagner's parents. I D. D. Davis of lJam

: ; been director of the USO-YWCA flowers. place in (the First Baptist Churchof i Miss Marion Love of Homosassa Mrs. G. C Con,,
When bridge scores were tallied and the pastor, the service was con- "? ? ,nl,
Hampton devotional last
arrived Friday for
The Springs a week-end ?
2 1.2 I S, Matthewsand with he
; ; for the past years of Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. E. ,.?, ,
at the close play, officiated in "' *.
Rev. G. E. Cutshaw
visit with the Misses and
served before Mis. W. J. Church- Carolyn daughter. ,
; A salad course was Klncald was presented B. R. Wltkovskl returned last ducted by Mr ,?I ? Mrs ye
Jeanette the sacred service.
bridge, played at. two tables. Mrs. Thursday from Coronado Beaoh well, who talked on the subject Patsy Keen. Strickland.
y with the high core prize.
The chancel of the church was I
I tti Mrs Dorothy Foster won the Baggett! also gave Mrs. Biggs a transformed Into a green arch- where they spent a two weeks of_ Worlds .Mission, .v.'U._._.. 'n." yo tv,
high core prize vacation with Dr. and
r gift In remembrance of her birth- of shrubbery and ferns, a together used as the program
way Perryman
", afternoon
; ; Those enjoying the I Mrs H. B. McLendon and daughter -
: I day, to be celebrated next week white trellis, with large yellow ofMoney"
:' .,,1 j with Miss Reed and the hostesses Jeannette, of Orlando.dlnA' subject, "The Sacredness
''t were Mr Sue Bateman, Mrs. The group was then escortedto flowers intertwining the lattice after which the meetingwas BroomsGood
:r, '' i: Mrs Grace Locke, the Guidon Grill where a seafood work, banked by large floor baskets '
Sue McQulston
p' lIzaf' platter was served for of gladioli and tuberoses a large reception was held closed by Mrs. W. E. Mld-
t Mrs. Ruth Fawcett, Mrs. I -
: luncheon at an attractive table formed the background, while tall at the hospitable home of Mr. dleton offering a prayer.It .
Dillard and Mrs. Dorothy '
beth '
!I.,"' ti Foster.GriffisSmith. centered with yellow marigolds. white tapers were aglow on the and Mrs. Watterson, where the was announced that Circle __ __ __ __ 1.10
r wfth
V1F; : I Mrs. Baggett's guest list included altar centre and at either side. rooms were decorated numer- One would be entertained by Mia
i-I, [t., \\.1 Mrs.A. Preceedlng the marriage service ous baskets of pink rosebuds and
1 the following names: O Better 1.25
assorted zinnias. Center of attraction W. G. Halle: Circle Two by Mis. if//ill//
MUa Madge Gay of Jacksonville -
.j\\+ : Z. Adklns, Mrs. O. L. Beasley, I
Kincaid, Mrs K. G., sang "I Love You Truly", on a silver reflector, surrounded W. J. Churchwell, on September4th
Mrs Jeanette
:; ; Mr. and Mrs Walter Smith of and fern, was O Best _ _. 1.85
t I'I Ala the Duncan, Mrs. R, F. Demorest, accompanied by Mrs J, W. Horne, by roses at 3:30: p. m.
Scottsboro, announce
> I\r'j; Mr Ethel church pianist. The processional the beautiful three-tiered wedding .
Mrs. L. D. VIning, *
of their daughter -
j marriage Jr. and, recessional wedding marcheswere cake, iced in white, with tiny tother day when they
to K. Griffin of this lilggs and Mrs. E. L. Biggs; a surprise
'}1..I.! ., also played by Mrs. Home. pink, yellow-centered rosebuds, received, all the way from the
: ,, \ city. The attractive bride entered the which the bride and bridegroom South Pacific, an oil painting of
r The marriage was performed Jo Ann church on the arm of her father, cut Jointly and offered to their their fighting nephew, A. E. . Mops
I August 2, in Lake Butler, by
on Celebrates Birthday M. L. Watterson, preceded by her many admiring guests. Individual Seems they had written him to

Judge J. R. Townsend. only attendant, her sister, Miss cakes and delicious punch were send them a picture, but the

Miss Jo Ann Dinkins, celebratedher Harvene Watterson. also served the numerous friends photography business being whatIt ALL TYPES

12th birthday anniversary Mr. Eiland had as his best man of this couple, while a host of In In New Guinea, A. E. paidan

: Men First t Tuesday AuguHt 15.: She was Carlos Meyer, while Emory Brown good wishes for their happinesswas artist-soldier 32 bucks tOri do Scrub

i : given a surprise party at her par- and Earl Meyer served as ushers. extended. him up In oils . All of which

l'l' ents place on Bedford Lake. The Marvin Eiland l ,' U. S. Army, "Dot", as she'I", familiarly would have been all right, but Floor

:. 1 . Women guests arrived In the early morn- brother of the groom, had rehearsed known, is a recent graduate of the resemblance Isn't what you'd

iu.I i g" Ing and enjoyed an all day swim as a member of the wed B.H.S., class of '44, and a pop- call "striking" and the Walls are Polishing

} s"f and children last! ming party and a weiner roast. ding party, but was suddenly call ular member of the younger set. still wondering If It's A. E. or

r Among those present duringthe ed back to duty a few hours Archie Eiland, formerly of Dade anyone of a million other GI's ------- ------ -
r We're Speaking of shoe day were: the Misses Madge to the
ceremony. that
l City, and a graduate of High O'CEDAR
; repair of rourfte. But Brownlee, Janet Anderson, Patsy Frederick Watterson, only I School had lived here only a
Ruth Hall, Frankle Morgan, Mar brother, of the bride, who Is In
her e' a short time before entering' the
seriously, your :Mrs. J. :M. Brownlee opened a JOHNSTON'S OLD ENGLISH
guerite McKinney, Marie McKInney the service of the IT. S. Coast
chance menoVe havetEs' Merchant Marine two years ago. letter this week tram Cap'n. Mil-
Marlon Brown, Joan Carpenter Guard was also unable to attend. have
and family The Best In
i' His parents Representing
ton (lat Division) with the
materials to repair your and Dottie Sue Biggs. In tailored
The bride was lovely a endeared themselves to the
quickly, thumbs-up news that If things
/", shoe, hut none at this gown of Navy blue with Hampton community and have WAXES and POLISHES
continue to "as Is" he
d' Weiner Roast Navy hat and veil and wore, a
and admiration
i time for won the respect and ; spend his birthday in Pails,
1 children'*. shoulder corsage of all white rose- of all who know them. Thanksgiving In Berlin and
Misses: Lucille and Haven Crosby buds and tuberoses. She held a
The newly-man couple left Christmas at HOME! . Sounds
So bring In that old pair entertained with a weiner roast white satin bound Bible as she BRADFORDHARDWARE
on Sunday night for Jacksonville swell, doesn't It? . .In fact, ,
of .Klim-H for an expert Thursday
1 at their home oa even- took her marriage vows.
and points north, and on their I SO swell that I think I'll quit
J 1 Job of repairing<< and rniMilldlng. > Ing of last week. The young peo- Miss Harvene Watterson was I
+ return, will be at home to their right now and leave a good taste
gathered on the lawn to joinin charmingly dressed In soldier blue COMPANYJ.
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li I t'I friends here. Mis. Eiland will in your mouth So long . .,
a number of interesting games with luggage tan accessories, and I
remain at her parent home while See you In the
und charades which preceded( the pink rosebuds and small pink dahlias nextCAROLYN I.I
her husband Is on sea duty. B. CARLISLE, Managing Owner
BROWNSTEENSHOE weiner roast at a cheery open formed her shoulder corsage. I

I r a fire. The remainder of the re- Mrs. M. L. Watterson, mother Among the out-of-town guests -

I freshments were served buffet of the bride, wore an attractive attending the wedding were: Mrs.

REPAIR style to about 25 guests who came Navy blue outfit, with contrasting Olen Dedenbaugh, sister of the FRIDAY AND SATURDAY ONLY

to enjoy the evening with their shades of pink asters and white bridegroom( and Miss" Madge Gay
Across From The Font Office hostesses. tuherowes In her coinage. of Jacksonville Miss! Phyllis Mar

The gracloui mother, of the tin and mother of Lawtey, Pfc.McCaaklll .

It : bridegroom, Mrs. L. I). Eiland, and Cpl. Knox of Camp

wore a brown and white gown j Blanding and Mary Ellen, Edna,

with black accessories Marian, H G. nnd Barbara Jean
..- -. Immediately following the wed- Waters of Alachua.

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the opening of 5/'c :Mi-fry linen' company, and, I'm her . Glimpsed Marjorie

glad to know that other column- (Thompson) Rosier and twoyearold THERMODEX BOLT TABLETS 2 25c

ists have their troubles, too . dotter, Anne, here from, Jax- I OF 100 c
For Instance Vivian Batman who 'vllle Monday to spend the day

was moved to the following bit with Dooley Davis Bet the VITAMIN TONIC

;: ;rs of poesy recently In her "Thinking reminiscences flew: right an' left ZYRONE 1.00 BOTTLE 79c

lh B Things Over" column in the Niles I when those two ex-editors of the

'+ 1 rf (California) Township Register: n.H.S. Journal got together . .

Marjorie Is an "old,ruarrlel lady" CASHMERE BOUQUET SOAP 27cUNICAP
. Do I know any news? Well of BARS FOR
,., three years' standing and she
.'.'.. now let me nee . .
won't be 18 until her next birth -
Oh -our vacation! nut good
? pile, yes . Such smart in
,f day a girl YI
gracious me, her studies that she graduated AN G I F T S
Don't dare put that In the I
from high school at 14! . .
,' paper, my dear.
There are some things the Ration WORRYClRS __._--__--_____ 19
Board J juat shouldn't Spotted an' Jotted: Leslie Biggs

ILSk.I hear. off to Blanding Wednesday for LOVE LITE PERFUME LAMPS 1-00

--- another try at the Army . ,

Have I had any dinners? Givena Eloise. (Bullock) Hemmlngway, FLOWER VASES ___ 50c to $$10
tea ? Resale an' Clara Colson and Earl

Why yes-but oh my-there's I (Coast Guard) George among TRAVEL KITS LEATHER 6.9.;

that odd( Mrs Lee! those Callstreetlng this week . VITAMINS -

I If she should get word that she Vivian Dumler shedding tears of CRYSTAL GLASSWARE Me to 5.00
J was left out Joy Into the pudding she was mix- Bottle 100 ------- 2.98 ,

.. She'd go Into such a terrible Ing at the YW snack bar. occasioned -
i,Wy r pout! by the unexpected arrival -
home of her son, Seaman 100 3.19 TRYUFEevaor
Oh any, by the way now don'tbreathe 1-c Tommy MaDsoh, ,latter a yearIn JNdY/NQ CREAMY' ,I >
a word- the Pacific . Mae Priest VIMMS Nor ; ::.1varr- '
But In March I'm expecting the looking forward to' receiving a Box 24 .49 Me
long-legged bird! real German parachute sent to 1W1a Nta.xo
rwr her by a friend who's "over there" 150 SUPER SOB
t I Why of course the girls will Oleum Percomorpheum SHgyES IN REO
give me a shower . Mae Jokingly ( ?) vows she's 10 Vial THE BIG
going to use the material for her cc -------- .69
But Heavens, don't print it!

; My husband. would glower. next wedding dress", . VITAMINS A & D HILL'S COLD TABLETS ___ 29c

j ..,t"1 :B i it And Isn't it awful about Mazie n "f'n't' received all the details 100 Tablets ------ .98 JOHNSON'S BABY LOTION 49c

McNorst? yet on Hugh (Sappo) Ingram's YEAST & IRON ASPIRIN TABLETS 49c
Why haven't you heard? She's recent marriage, but hear his out- 100 _::_

": getting divorced! fit gave 'em a big send-off In 100 Tablets ______ .75 SAL HEPATICA 60 49c

In the paper? Oh no, I wouldn't one of Hugh's pets- an Army Size _.-

ilo that; bulldozer! . IncIdentally Hugh SQUIBBS B-Complex 49c
t t I promised I'd keep it under Is now being groomed for bars 100 Capsules ______ 3.39 SELTZER, 60c Size __ _

my hat. at an O. C. S. . Evelyn Edwards REXALL 25c
of Lawtey Is the new director COD LIVER OIL _

1 1h" Well, bye now my dear, and a of the Woman'a Club at Pint Bottle _______ 1.29 CAROID TOOTH POWDER Small 28c

word of adviceI the Bell Tel. Co. . Hear the ,

hope you won't think I'm not W. L. Walls were due for quiteI

I very nice, Do You Have to Wait Long to Have Your Prescriptions Filled
But your paper you know, I'm

really not choosy WISH TO ANNOUNCE & ? We Try to Give Fast, Accurate Service. If You Are In

But honestly, dear, It's not a
( L's bit newsy! TilE FOLLOWING A Hurry Let Us Fill Your Prescriptions.CARPENTER'S.

I 1..Jo.1 a chat with Vonda In-

jnnn (Jr.) tother day . Hereto HOURS:

spend the week-end with Airs.
:: I J. B. Carlisle . Tells me that 9:00: 12:00 A. M.

George (ex-Bradford County legislator ; 3:00: 5:00 I-. M.
I : ) 18 1 with the Seabees in In-

,I Ij(I cll., and John is with the Air DR. LEMUEL: COLSONStarke THE REXALL DRUG STORE

Corps In Chicago . Incident-
ally the latter is expected homeon Fla.

$ 1qtt 325 TEl\IPI.E AVENUE furlough sometime In Septem- STARKE PHONE 64 FLORIDAL

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IBITS of LOCAL NEWS [ Mr and Mrs! L. A. Canova and Mrs F B. John returned Sun- 'Mrs James Hubnci, who hasspent MI.., Dorothy< Gray li-ft Weilnex-I i Mi' and Mia ('Inr.'n.:1.1,11011: ,
children are spending a while at day after spending sometime with '
several I months In Texas I day fur [Daytona Ui>afh! where'I ishe will leave here with their children -
I Klngoley Lake at the Canova her sister' Mrs. W .V Alvarez of and California! to be near hl'r'' will upend a week's vaC'lttlon.\| on Monday to go to Toccoa. i
.-= cottage. Jacksonville.The husband, Is now vis I tin I g her .Falls Institute whenMr. Melton
H Long spent Monday I I Mra. R. J. Davis and Miss Mar- Miss' Virginia Sewell returned local poHtofflce egrets to mother, Mra, W. D. Faxon. I She will\ be joined there by Minn I will enroll in the Bible department -
Ir- Jackson- jorie Davis are Mr. home last Friday after lose Jack Halle, Maxim Noegel who left Staike on .
business in visiting nnd spendinga an efficient employee The Rev. Chas, Allen returned as a ministerial student and i
,'ndmll I Mrs. R. J. Tatum In Jackson month In Asheville N. C.. Mr. I thereho has resigned Monday from Chicago( where In- Saturday! night to spend a few I Mrs. Mellon will enter the muMr
''., r ;K: McClane, Jr., and ville. and. Mrs. Sewell will return to his position to enter Into businessin spent two weeks attending n days at her home In Cedar Keyx;: j department
r" Don have return-! Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Barbour of Stiiike today. I I Miami. Ministers Conel'pnre.8.: . Allen Mss Grace Phelps returned !' The Meltons have been ,residents -
T"fi] "CIty! otter spending' Tallahassee and several of their Dr. and Mrs. Wilmot Drown and I j Mrs. W. N. Johnson! and family and children Joy Sue and John Tuesday evening fl'om"lIlIlulOtl\, of Starke for the past eight
I 1.00t"i ,, Crystal Lake with family connections children of Tallahassee I have returned home from Moi rls- David who have been vacationing!: Ga where she attended the to- ycarp. Mr. Melton having been
aI, ,jays t are spending week-end F.I at Luke Weir, nlsu employed at the Tip Top groceryfor
Frank Landrum awhile at their guests; of Mrn. M. | town Tenn., and other point returned home buoco market
MfT Kingsley
sari! this week the! first and for (the remainder -
cottage.AUCTION Brown at Klngsley Lake I While there they visited the fam- i !Mrs C..1. year
I Tamil' >'. Mrs. James! Godbold and II II. i| ily of T. E. Johnson who Is convalescent Miss Virginia Durshlmer of night In Jacksonville.Berg! spent Tuesday<< of the time by Qulgl

Stroman of Jacksonville were cal In a hospital llrooksvtlle In visiting; this weekat II and Davis.
SALE led here the first of the week on \ Miss Virginia Durshlmer of the home of Miss Hazel Fields .
account of the serious Illness of Ri-ooksville! Is visiting Miss Hazel Pvt. Isaac Owen will return to- PEARL'S ALTERATION SHOP
their mother. Mrs W. S. Stro- Fields this week. day to Camp Rucker. Ala, after
man. who makes her home with Mrs., Robert Tanner of llaldwln spending a furlough with his parents 1 Centrally Located Opposite Park Theatre
AT GLEN ST. MARY, FLORIDA her daughter, Mis. S. S Howling )II j spent the week-end with her mother Mr and, Mrs.' Virgil Owen of Rt-usonnble Rater! (loocl;/ Workmanship I
I Glad to report that Mrs. Stroman Mrs. Robert Powell. Starke. Before entering the Army I ItTN..on1
sis VCKIS: ; iso IN CULTIVATION; 100 P":('.\N TREES. Is now much better. I Miss llea Moseloy of Jacksonville seven months ago, Pvt. Owen was :\ ALTERATIONS A SPECIALTY; '

Tractor and All Farm Equipment Sold' Separately Mr. and Mrs. I. P. Shepherd visited her mother. Mrs employed at Dill by'''. He Is now (..-,.-.-----.-.._._,_____.______._..
Auctioneer: COL. E. Y. (RED: ) JOHNSON returned home Monday. from. Marlanna 'I Edith Brown two days this week with combat engineer battalion. ,
where they visited :Mr. Mrs J. 11. Fields and I daughter!: Mrs. Kfflt Johns is In Jacksonville -
FRIDAY, SEPT. 1, 1 P. M. AT BARN Shepherd's mother. I Hazel spent Wednesday, In Jack- this week visiting; her sinter, I WANTED S "
Mr.*. Olin W. White returned sonville.\ Mrs 1IpnlMt'Cutcheon.. and
fur Full Information Write or Telephone John M. Kennedy, home Monday after spending several Pfc. and Mrs. Eugene Long' arrived niece Mis. J. J. Gross.

Macctenny Fla weeks In Clarksvllle. Ark. \ Tuesday from York, Nebr.. Cpl. Leon Rosenberg, stationedat THREE GIRLS ,.
While away she also visited her to spend a two weeks' furloughhere. Baler Field. La., Is spending; a ;
father In Texarknna, Texas. While here they will visit furlough here with his parents, for( work at the I'
Lt. R. R. Thede, Mis Thede I their respective parents, Mr and M..', and( Mrs Sum Rnxenbeig.Mrs .
The Following and small son, Dick are spendinga Mrs. K. C. LOUR/ at Brooker and J. L Haiiison und daughter -
week In Lawtey with his parents Mr. and Mrs) E. J. Howling of Bt'lvof Stunrt. who have : Park Theatre
Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Thede. Ftarke. Mrs. Lung will remain 11C'l'n'Isitlnjl; the former sister. !
ADVERTISING RATES After a ten days furlough!: Lt. with her parents for an extended Mrs. A O. Andreu, returned to :.L 1 to Mr. Carnasion at The Theatre
Thede" will return to camp. stay after her husband returnsto I their home Thursday! : :
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Mrs. M F. Brown and children his station at York, Nebr.
Marcus, Jr., and Florence have Dr. and Mrs. O. L. Haynes left
returned from their vacation spentat Thursday for Atlanta for a brief
1 1944 Kingsley Lake. visit with relatives.Mrs. .
Sgt. nnd Mrs C.V.. Savage: Nelson Bronstein arrived N
and small daughter, Yvonne returned Tuesday of last week from Fresno -
Monday. from Clarksvllle Calif. where she hud been
Ark., and sometimeIn with her husband for
are spending the past
'Lake Butler with his parents four months. She Is at the homeof All Size Tires Capped and Tubes Vulcanized .
DISPLAY (Open Rate) ' Mr. and Mrs. Savage Sr. her parents. Mr. and Mrs. E. ,
Mrs. S. L. Peek, Miss Frances Lennon.The .
50c Per Column Inch Peek and Darby Peek S 2-c 'were> Rev. and Mra. Forbes E. ALL WORK GUARANTEED ;
In Jacksonville Monday.Mrs. I Fuller and attractive children
James Blackshear is spending I Carol and.,Daniel, of Miami, were ,
DISPLAY (Contract Rate) a month leave of absence In 'dinner guests of Mr anti Mrs. Recapping Done ;
Montgomery Ala, w1't.1bel' J. T. Quigley, Tuesday evening.
35c Per Column Inch
mother-in-law who Is HI. Following the dinner Mr. Fuller
Mrs. Mallan C. Wells of Fort I gave a very Interesting Bible ,
BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH Smith, Ark., Is visiting her parents study at the regular hour of service In Modern Electric MoldBy
Mr and Mrs. L. S. Hutto. at the Tabernacle.
Miss Josephine Peterson returned Pvt. David Gunter of Camp
last Tuesday after spending Plckett. Va., arrived Friday to e
several days with friends In spend a two weeks furlough here
Expert Kccapper and Vulcanizer
Jacksonville. with his parents. Mr. and Mrs.
NAT SEZ: Mr and Mrs. J. L. Andersonand Dave Gunter.
daughter.. Janet and. Mrs. I Mr. and Mis H. L. Brownlep! 24 HOUR SERVICE ON RECAPPINGBest
Martha Johnston spent the week- and. the Misses Mary and Madge!:
I've always wanted to Nee
: end In Jacksonville and at Jack- BrowTilee spent Tuesday In Jacksonville -
Paris and It looks now like I
sonville Beach with Mr. and Mrs. on business
. mSurely get a chance, after all. Paul Ktherldge. George Kopelousos has returnedfrom <1 Grades of Materials Used
t? am glad, to know that
: Mr. and Mrs.! R. A. Green returned a five weeks stay at Hot ,
r::::: when (and If) I finally get there .
<<1 to Starke Saturday after Springs Ark. 1
I'll Mill be able to those cute
see having spent several days in Darby Peek, Seaman 2-c, will
little! French Instead girl of dancing a bUild the"cunran" of Washington. C. return to Philadelphia Monday LOCATED IN REAR OF J. W. ANDREWS GARAGE
Mrs Marjorie Colley left Thursdayto afli" r spending a leave here with
Knurr-kraut-eatlng German gain spend two weeks with her his mother, Mrs S. L. Peek.
'- _, .dolnjf,," tho..ea' 1 .C'.u.III..tlenl! ,. brother Bob Mouser, In Flat Mrs. Kffle: Johns had ai weekend Madison Avenue Starke Fla.
a Oooh,la, lal I Rock, Ala. guests! her nephew] and niece.
Pvt. and Mrs Charles Dutt and I Sgt. and Mrs Maurice Carter i
Henry Balader of! 'l1.]1 Kun., I Sgt.'; Carter is stationed at a
were dinner guests of Pvt. and I camp In North Carolina
Mrs. Albert S. Dumler Monday I Leo Wltknvskl, Boatswain's 91
evening. They celebrated the Mate 2-c, flew' here from. California -
birthday anniversary of Pvt Dutt. I I last week to t spend<< a 20-day SALE SALE! SALE !
Frank Jordan of New York furlough with his father B. RWltkovskl. .
City Is spending his summer vaca- and uncle and aunt,
tion with Mr. and Mrs, Paddy M..'. and. Mrs. K. Matthews.
Libretti and Tim Jordan. Mr. and Mrs V. B. Harrell and
Cpl. and Mrs. A. Robert Kent children. Roy and Jeanette, are SALE
were week-end guests of Mr. and spending n vacation In Starke PRICE
Mrs. K. L. Matthews at their I I They report that their oldest *>n,
Kingsley Lake cottnge. Bryan, is training to be a gunner SHOE KITS FORMERLY .15 r
a+P n Mrs. Ara Moltt returned Fri- I with the air corps, and that his 25c ;t t'A
ail day after having spent two weeks present address is: Pvt. V. B
In the mountains of North Cal'oI I ell-141831)00.) Sqd. N, Lowry ;
lina. Field No. 2, Denver Colo.. I'linto and IJiiild| 2 FOU!

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.<,/": !I. New River. WHAT TO FIND IN STARKE ---- THEATRES, GIFTS I. La\vtey Mr.spending and Mrs several, Fn'

j I By the KrhiMtl SAVE TIME CONSULT THIS DIRECTORY r By a r r . . .' . Vera Mosley wu)<. 'J1::'

. a . . . . rI Thursday. '
Lou .,
II I TO\II.JSSON-TInSElt: : RECREATION, CENTER. visiting Mr and Mrs. G. W. Roberts Eil i Ie
En ----- Borne time ,,
- in
Ju h
Miami, Mrs O P Tomlinson --------- Friday.
announce the mairlago of their I Lake Butler, Sunday, Mr and Mrs. H. C. Kelly and relatives 11hI :
:J/'cJe hospital, for the last few
Ruth, to Cpl. Henry Myers ALTERATIONSPearl's and Mrs. James Thomas Miss Ina .
daughter days. She returned Sunday night.I Mrx Blanch McKinney children and I Fo> ,.l>, ,

; 3 I Starrett'tlrner\ of Jacksonville.. Miss Janice MerrItt spent last Alteration Shop small son, Dewey are spendinga and daughter/; enjoyed<< the even- Mr. and Mrs. Ralph,, ,', ,, .tl'
.. Turner has recently returned Lake Butler. Lake, Friday. '"
Hi r Cpl. week-end In Jacksonville with Mr. few days In Ing at Kingsley day evening. F'
'I home after having been on over- and, Mrs. Dick Canol. AMUSEMENTSStarke Mrs. E N. Durkee, Mrs. S. E.I Eston Green of Lake Butlerwas

.; C3O HellS patrol duty for 31 months Mrs J, S. Snowden, and Mr I Jones, Mrs. Jack Rose and ( visiting his cousin Otis For-

i Mrs. Tomllnwon has been employed and Mrs. Albert Moody were visIting Amusements tens were In Graham Saturday I syth Sunday night -
:( \ 1 ; f O Mother 3 j j'I' uation in Jacksonville from Bradford since her grad High the formers Mister Mrs. FOOD visiting Mr. and Mrs. John McKinney Mrs. W. B. Clyatt and childrenwere r

Sun- Blanding
Onle Rauleraon, of Starke visiting at Camp 1
Daughter School. Mrs. Raulereon has been III morning
Camp DinerJMilligan's . . . . . . Friday
I NECKLACES Lt. and Mrs. Guy Andrews and for some time. Joe Hairell, Jr., of Jackson- II
r inO HOP, Drake, of Rockledge visited !' Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Sapp and : Grill Level viUe was visiting his parents
I the former's parents, Mr and Mrs. children were visiting their son- Mr. and Mrs J. L. HarrelU.. last

Ii iy1 G W. Andrews last week-end. In-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs week-end.
; :,./<:f I? O New UniquePUZZLE Fnt I Miss CowPtle Snpp of Starke Robert Ward of Jacksonville last . By. M Mrs.. .II.a 11cRae. . . Mr. and Mrs. Frallcks and Mrs,
>'t( '"
\ :, t" I spent the week-end with her parents week-end. of Providence were
Elsie lugger
r 1 ', Letters > Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Sapp. Harold Shriver was visiting' Wonder Gift Shop The sermon by our pastor, the .visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Cly-
I friend relatives In Jacksonville -
W. E.Hall, Pine Level
Mr. and Mrs Jay Moody were Rev at att Monday.Lt. -
i'' ,if; I :' ... in Jacksonville, Saturday. Sunday Church, was enjoyed by a large
J .' MILITARYSUPPLIES Richard Thede of the Med- -
'" Ella and Lu-
I The Misses Mary
,' Lovely 1 PastelCaribbean E. C. Priest has been visiting congregation Sunday morning and! ,
tl j : ? CnO Mrs. cllle Ward of the Rising section souls savedIn ical Corps was visiting his wife
;, : Two were
her daughter, who Is In Ft.APLACE Mrs. R. T, Thede also his par-
'1 :.. "k';I : : 'I were visiting Miss Eloise Johnson the morning service. Our Breakfastsare
,I '" her nineteenth birthday anniversary StoreGlslain.s ents, Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Thede,
Ben Suslow's Army
Gauklns and
] Mr and Mrs T. F.
; . \ PEARLSOJ' I August 16. children of Hellbronn Springs and Thursday.Ivln something
\ I Mr. and Mrs. Sheppard were was the week-end
( Clyatt to crow about!
c j en Mrs. Gnsklns' mother Mrs. W.
; 'il glad to have a telegram from P. S. Stores!!! guest of his cousin, Leeman Cly AlsoSHORT
W. Wood l and son, Cecil, of Jack-
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; their son, Mike. He arrived safe- Shafkin'sThe att In Providence last week-end.
,.., , Color Gay sonville were visiting relatives
iJ"' I ly In San Diego, Calif., last week. Stag here Sunday afternoon :Mrs. H. C. Kelly was a business visitor ORDERSserved
'; Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Crosby and In Jacksonville, Thursday.Mrs. .
iL : ; a' HEAD SCARFS Wood Is spending a few days
O from
children were visiting Mr. and
Pearl Edwards, Mr. and
I THEATRESFlorida with her uncle and aunt, Mr. and
?r (,;; < Mrs. Adam Andrews of Lake Butler Mis. H. M. McRae. Mrs. L. H. Hill and Mrs. Lonnie 9 a. m. to 9 p. m.
f x, : Sunday. Futch In Jackson-
'!, 9 Hand Woven 5z Mrs G. W. Andrews has returned The Rev. and Mrs. W. E. Hall ville, Monday were shopping evening.Mr. Featuringthe
to her home after a few Park were in Palatka on business on best of
1t and Mrs. W B. Clyatt were
i ij; BELTS I days visit In Jacksonville with Ritz Monday. relatives in Staike Sun- STEAKS &
: : visiting CHOPS
her daughter, Mrs. J. O. More- Miss Betty Canvass of Jackson-
I I TO LIVE TAVERNSBlanding ville Is spending this week with day evening. .

:.g, n\i with C3O land.Mr.. and Mrs. Eddie Blotzer and Miss Odessa McRae. Rev. and Mrs. Forbes Fuller

Let Me Help You daughter. Gloria, of Doctor's Inlet Center Bar James Lowe returned home on CAMPDINER
l li MatchingHEAD
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>" \'t/ were visiting Mr. and Mrs.R. . Bob's Tave'rnJordan's Wednesday of last week after

FIND IT R. Andrews and children on visiting Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Al-
i\" :; Let Me Help You Sunday afternoon.The ford at Ocala.
of school 'have y
;i"J pupils our set with . . . . . . Mr. and Mrs H. M. McRae and Corner Call andDON'T bPITJ
: ;1. - - SELL IT purchased a new flag daughter, Mrs. Robert Myrick, SELL

{ : .> Hand Tooled C'.tl ) the money they received for writing \\ Hill Jimmie, Lavon, and Charles Cros-
the news during the monthof Clay
by visited Mrs. SusIe Myrick at HIGH
t BILL FOLDS enI July. It Is very pretty.
Listings on Pvt. Lura BurgrvsMaxwell Lake Geneva, Thursday evening, LET
4 '"
I,:;: J ', t" Apartments, Houses Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Southerlandand Abr.a it being her birthday anniversary.A BAKED
d"I. 'I > son Junior, were In Jacksonville :
Homes For Rent number of service
,1 or last Monday. Junior was . . . a r a a men and GOODS
?:. ,I fi* Shell Decoz Within 20 Miles of there for medical treatment. He their wives attended church at ALWAYS HEATGET
Starke There Is a long sandy/ road Pine Level, Sunday. Rememberthe
; rated Is now Improving BO nicely.
I, tt, 4 In the Sabbath TIn
,, shining blight service at the church every
Raymond( and Collie Crosby,
'. '$1/ TRAYS carpenters from Starke, were here afternoon-sunlight that leads to Sunday morning and evening. LAPPE BAKERY
: ft
>.1 "J:, COP W.T.CLUTER last Monday mending Rome leaks, I the Clay Hill school and At sur-the Sunday school at 11 a. m. Everyone -
rounding welcome.
I'. :t"
etc., In our school house. We '
; hard-surfaced road stands a now
; and ,
were glad to get this work done. I
'? weather-beaten sign reading "Clay o
'r\ l.t. !Mailed anywhere Edwin Sheppard will leave on r
School" which points down

''t.,II....yd'\y I:, ;I.', ,(n.j! In U. S. A. I'''--119-EAST i I'I Thursday will be for stationed Jacksonville for wherehe some road the road.many times I have and walked also put that up CHECK THIS LIST FOR GIFTS

time.Mrs. the sign. Today my loving
Delia Thomas returned to
I i thoughts go back to the things;
TJ her home In Jacksonville Sunday theie-the stream between the I .
after a week's visit with her son- ,
schoolhouse and Daisy Lang's;;
in-law and daughter, Mr. and
the trees waving their leaves and
BI Mrs. R. R. Andrews and their
moss gently In the breeze; the
REFRESHING children. old snag In the hollow where KEEPCOOL
New River cemetery was clean
birds like to rest. The barking
ed beautifully last Thursday;
of the dOlls; In the distance across
people from far and near enjoyed
the road. I have always beenso
working: together during the day.
happy there In the coolness of
Roy Godwin of Tnmpa and his
the shadows. My heart was light
slater' Mrs. Rosa Pinholster of !
and happy there. I know the
Brooker were business visitors
t it L true values In life They are I
here last Friday
i .
i home, loved ones, freedom and
3 3r )M. L. Johns accompanied his peace. That Is what we are fighting EARRINGS. . AS AN ICEBER

mother, Mrs Bell Johns, to Gran- .
for.I Largest Selection In Starke
din, Monday, for medical treat-
few hours last
was at Hugh!: a
. u5 ment. Friday with the Brlnsnns. The New Arrivals Every Week 'fc

Those who visited the livestock road was BO( bad I did not get "

Drop in for a Cold Bottle of Beer These Hot) After- market In Gainesville Mondaywere over to nee Daisy and Fred. I Substantial
,Mr. and Mrs Roy Tomlin- hope they understand. When I Reduction on all 9UTr

''ply t noons and see if your temperature doesn't drop about son, R. R. Andrews, Mr. and Mrs. get my furlough I will visit all STRAW BAGS . . %

10 degrees at the first sip. A few minutes of pleasant E. L. Kelly and small daughter,, of them. isfe
1. Helen. I hear that George Cal'ter'stwo
relaxation will send you bark to your work with Miss Blanche Butler has returned girls were struck by lightning Beautiful New Novelties of \

to her home after upending but are still alive. Theyare PRESSED WOOD =- '
,,1 I renewed vigor. several weeks vacation In Louie's oldest brother's child- . . a

Including Fruit Trays Can
d y fI ren.Another nice letter from Virginia WITH A
ape' Dishes Pipe Stands AshTrays
She the
em tWI
?" i P1Uf new cafeteria !la being painted Jewell ,Boxes Amusing -

white and gray-that I would not Statuettes Religious Ar-
I IcLs TAVERN epet m know the place. She says she ticles.
BOND wishes I was back, to play the
: piano so they could all slug again 49c to $2.39

'".' Bob Jones, Mgr. Have a letter from Betty Car- . OF

.1 ter, a very brilliant student In Collectors Note!
the ninth grade. )Mr. Nash Is

SPECIALS her teacher and she says he Is Salt & Pepper Shakers BEERAT

boarding at Robert Taylor's.
1200 to
This has been a long week. I choose from

live just a day at a time and

1 Hi DUO-THERM try to be kind In It and a good ALL GIFTS WRAPPED, MAILED -

soldier. The story about me in AND INSURED -
\ HOT WATER I the Telegraph gave, me quite a '

w Bud lift. I must come back now some rrtai

HEATERS day. I MUST. Thanks to all.

L3, . . . . . . WONDER GIFT SHOP Bar

I i.i.f i..
Flashlight Sampsop.J.Ci ty MKS. BESSIE DAVIS, Proprietor Paddy Libretti, Mrf!

By Inutile "amf'tl
BATTERIES . . . . . . -

I Mr. and Mrs. H. ParrIsh and

EXHAUST small son and Mr. and Mrs. B.
y I Parrish of Jacksonville were here .

REAL "HE-MAN" visiting Mr. and Mrs. Louis ParIsh -

t q aa, hn ,nI FANS and family and Mr. and :Mrs. .. Ll"
I Millard Varnes and family Sun- -I "'-"":, "'
= :; = ,)
; :: -r'
< day morning. : : :;: -=

I B. Alvarez of Pine Level vIs-
' HAMBURGERS RADIO ited Mr. and Mrs. Lem Brown on

Saturday afternoon.Mrs. .

.. E. N. Durkee, Mrs. Jack SHAFKIN'STHE
M 'Il & Rose and daughters, Jackie and
Sandrla of Hollywood Fla., arrived -
Monday to visit Mrs. Dur-

kee'mother, Mrs. ,S. E. Jones
and her brother and sister-in-law, STORE
Mr. and Mrs. E. D Jones for
some time. Mrs.', Jones Is also

Mrs. Rose's grandmother ALL SOLDIERS KNOW

I Mr. and Mrs. Jim ItcCullough
ELECTRIC'SERVICE and family visIted relatives In


a, Georgia Mr.and Mrs C. E. Andrews, and ENUF SED !! !

children: Mr. and Mrs. joe

ST. At RAILROAD TRACKS Moody and M. L. Johns! Jr.. at-
226 Temple Ave. tended the Lake City tobacco Jewelry *!

V I market Tuesday. GiftsM Uniform

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.n\\.. .\ 2J: ,m IOU BRADFORD COY TELEGR.\PII. ST.\Rrn.:. F1.ORmA PAGE Srtizrt
W''t- .
-. . . Included Joe's paternal ,
ents and aunt. Mr. and Mrs. D. 'I FOOD AMUSEMENTS MIL I TAR Mis. Wait, Unileihlll of Rising I L G Hemingway, pastor
-- SundayA. ;
['t tate Farm W. Williams of Lulu and Mrs.1 I Grahan'II..J, starteii" t August
Walter Belisle of Haines City, his M Mcttae\ and daughter, 7th with Mis Ruth Frazier\ 0.1

l r>anVMtfleW maternal aunts, Mrs. E. L. Hewitt : V..ta.. of Rising, Duncan McRae I teacher.Mr. .
IIv Mr. . . . . . . . . .
a telegram received by Mrs.! .
. Mrs. Luther Richards and man of Jacksonville are visiting of Tampa and, Miss Betty Conner and Mrs Wiley Kdmondson
Mrs. Vlrl Burton of Lake City, Hardee August 11 that Informedher I their grandparents Mr and Mrs. and Cecil Woods of Jacksonville and 3 daughters, Martens, Doris
P\RTV BrookerBy
,rHD\V and the following young relatives of his transfer from Camp J. S. Sapp. I and Helen have moved Into our
, ,'clock until seven Lejune, N. C., to San Francisco visited Mrs. T. N. Norman. Mon-
II." and friends
Mrs. from Miami
rOil 18. : Lynn Ormond, Lyn- Joy.tkln..on R. M Johnson an ddaughter community They
JaY afternoon, party wood Watts, Delores Ann Wainwright . . . . . . Madge of Graham who have day evening. are relatives of the Harvey Star-

V. J Williams Joe in gave honor a of his Jimmie Warren Kenneth her Mrs.home Charles In Tallahassee Priest returned Sunday to I been visiting Mrs. A D. Normanreturnt'd . . . . . . lings.
he son of pink Tyus Laverne and Nora Harvey, NEW ARRIVALSeaman to their home Friday of Mr and Mrs. Clarence Fraaler
,th birthday Bowl Bobby and Kenneth Stafford, after having been the guest of and Mra. J. \\". Kelley last week.
Graham had as week-end guests, their
advantage Mr.
Placed to and Mrs. J. P. Warren since
alas were! Dewey Thornton Wanda Lee Lin- announce the arrival of a baby I Mr. and Mrs H. \\'. Stearnsof
dining rooms. Cheater
Chess, of
and Friday. nephew. Day
the living vine graced the zy Peggy Caldwell. Joyce Davis, Pvt. boy Joseph Wesley! August U, Tavares spent the week-end By Mr. T. I... Carey
Calvin Williams
coral and Pvt. tona Beach and Miss Alta Smith
njloom which was cen- Gerald and Lee Hewitt of Lake I Winston Lane of at the Alachua County HospitalIn here with Mrs.\ Stearns parents . . . . . . .
'.Dg table decorated"rea City, Helen Whitfield, Lanette I, Camp Blanding i Gainesville Mother and babyare Mr. and Mrs. J N. Norman of Camp Blanding.Mr. .

td!! birthday beautifully ake. After Bel Isle of Haines City, Joyce and and spent Mrs.the W.past H.week-end Williams with Mr. doing nicely. Before her mar- Mr.\ and Mrs. K. S. Sapp and Sunday, School and church services -I and Mra. George Rivera
Williams riage
Wayne Kelley was Murllee
"opening of gifts the cake was Mrs. H B. Clarke returned on Sapp. daughter of Mrs. Nora two little sons and Mrs T. N. were held last Sunday at I have visiting them! Mrs River's

served with Ice cream. CARD OF THANKS Sunday from Palm Beach where Seaman Norman were visiting :Mr. and the Baptist Church with the Rev. mother.Favors.
and Sapp. Kelley!' enlisted In .
.Ing the party hours the boys We wish to thank our friendsfor she attended the wedding of C. the Navy July 19 of this. year -----
girls Played games and Mrs. their kind expressions of sym- H. Oestmann and Miss Mary Jane and Is now stationed at Camp
.hams was assisted In enter- pathy at the time of our lose of Clarke, Saturday. The bride for- II Perry, Va. I
them by Misses Jetta Lee our brother, Pfc. Artis Dugger. merly resided at Penney Farms. '
tag Lake! City and Luella Davis. We sincerely appreciate all that Thursday Mrs. Clarke, with her I K.RRi.L: PARTY Nature

.dlluton to these the guest! list was done for us and for other children Harold and Polly, left The young people!' of this sec- I
members of our family. for Washington, H. C., where she tion enjoyed a farewell party at -9188
Agnes D. Johns and la visiting Mrs.. John Graham. Hampton Lake. Friday eveningIn :

Lawrence\ Dugger Beginning August 28 Mrs.. J. honor of Wilson Greenho
itQininsAT i P. Warren will be clerk for the I Is leaving/ noon to Join the Army !I'j
Mrs. A. M. Rlcharde I SOUTH
went to
Institutional Parole Supervisor' Air Corps. Mr. Green la a graduate the '.
Jacksonville Friday to be with of Bradford County High
CHAIN Mr. and Mrs. J. Ewouds and Mrs. here.After School In Class of '43 and, since f
LOW spending two weeks with I
Annie R. Norman for a week. that time has been employed( In''
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Dowllng :Mrs.R. .
PRICES E. D. Mobley left Thursday' to Camp Dl.tndlng. There were 30 i
STORE J. Dowling has returned to
OOD spend a week with his wife at young people present who enjoyedthe
their home In Sanfol'd.SKt. Louisville, Ky., to be near her occasion.
husband Corp. R. J. Dowling,
( C. A. Ashton who, with f
MAJOR B Mrs. Ashton and their children, who Is stationed at Fort Knox, Word has been received from

Iris, Sybil and Chester, Jr., came Ky. Pvt. Howard Douglas that he has
Thursday to visit Mr. and Mrs. Lt. H. G, Davis, Jr., and Lt. been wounded. In saving: his

24 Tablets 15c Kelly Tyus, returned to his postat G. D. Herndon of Tampa were buddy from what would have beena ati
Daytona Beach Saturday while guests of Mr. and Mrs W. N. horrible death, Douglas was

48 Tablets 29c Mrs: Ashton and the children remained North last weekend.Mr. wounded In one of his legs. He : 'x ,
foan\ additional two and Mrs Martin Land( and has been servingwith the paratroops III I II Li a
100 Tablets 49c weeks' stay with Mr. and Mrs sons, Robert Thomas and Edward, for the past several weeks I ln.I _
Tyus. of Starke, were Sunday visitorsof and Is now stationed( In Alabama. n nr \ \

200 Tablets 75c Miss Melverna Thornton Is now Mr. and Mrs E. G. Land ,His parents are Mir and Mrs i

employed as clerk In the Atlantic J. K. Douglii} of tills section.Mr. M
Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs
11.nW wi
Coastline Railroad office in Rai- Jerome Eastham were Mr. and and Mrs E. C. Long/ have .

On Sale AtLOVETT'S ford. Mrs. R. S. Chapman and Miss I received word that their son i
Joe Kaplan arrived Saturdayfrom Christine Eastham of Lake City. Tech. Sgt. Robert C. Long was
his home in Miami to visit wounded In action somewhere In
Mr. r
and Mrs
Virgil !
Mr. and Mrs. B. Hershfield fora France. He has since been removed ",
three children last
week. came Monday' to a hospital In England.Mrs. !.
from their home in Clearwa'ter .h
The latest news from Pvt. Randolph Rita Brown from Haiford 1MU .,r1.r
to their two weeks'
spend vaca- "
attended services
at the Churchof
In the form
Hardee was tion with Mr. and Mrs. S, R. Christ here Sunday.Mr. r

Dobson and with Lake Butler and, Mrs.! Irvin Dyal of

relatives. Graham were visitors at the homeof !
Mrs Robert Chapman and her Mr. and Mrs. Pitt Baxter on
I* OLD SARGE'SPLACE brother, Dan Smith, of Orlando, Saturday. pow r...Power to drive'the wheels the area assure dependable service to all 4

are visiting Mr. and Mrs. L. F. I Seaman Felton Galney, who has of a rapidly growing Industrial empire.. sections.Low cost power has been a potent
Chapman. I just returned from South' Amer- s
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Strickland ica visited, friends and relatives power to forge the materials of war and factor in the South's development.!

I of Graham were guests of Mr. here last: week. He has been to build a richer nation in the years of The Seaboard 1 Railway, a key railroad
STARKE'S ORIGINAL and Mrs. A. C. Davis from Sat- j! serving with the Coast: Guard for
has also
I of the played a vitally
I urday until Tuesday. Saturday |' several months. His: parents, Mr. peace to come.
: evening visitors of Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Bill Gainey are formerresidents Vast quantities of low cost fuel in the part in the economic progress of

ARMY STOREAuthorized Davis were Mrs. Jack Drew and, of this section. The Seaboard will continue to
form of coal,gas and oil, together with nuthis area.
children Jacquelyn and Jackie I Seaman Ernest Fowler of MI-
of Jacksonville and Arnold and ami visited friends and relatives merous water power sites have resulted in plan and work for the building of a greater

by the 'War Department Hobby' Wasdln of Graham. here Monday. the development of an almost unlimited and more prosperous Southland in the
Operated by an ExSoldierHEADQUARTERS Pvt Tom and John Lowery of Mrs. Edna Hayes and daugh- I
I Camp Blanding, Mrs. Gladys Hin- I ters, Stella! Mae and Mary Ellen, supply of electric power in the South.Interyears ahead. I ;

son and Mrs. Tom Lowery of were!' In Starke on business Mon connecting transmission lines throughout Seaboard Railway, Norfolk 10, Virginia. "
Wingate, N. C., and Miss Gloria day.
for all Lindsay of Myrtle Beach, S. C.,
. . . . .
spent the past week-end with
Military Supplies Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Cox.J. Gum BranchBy a, )
E. Ormond was removed from

the Veterans' Hospital In Lake ...
M. T. N Norman $
City to the Farm Hospital so . . . . . tt W
Novelties & Jewelry that he might be near his fam- 4

ily and lends during his con- Mrs. J. W. Matthews and little u. !

tinued Illness. Mrs. Ormond's daughter Martha of Lake City, r
sister\! Mrs. C. W. Johnson of Tenn.. are visiting Mrs. Matthews' RAILWAY
Mobile. Ala., has been called to parents Mr. and Mrs J. N. Nor- {!

Ben Suslow'sArmy Mr. Ormond's bedside.! man this week I ,.
Mra. Walter Ward and her Gerald Adklns of Hampton wasa I
grandson. Franklin Young, Ru- business visitor in this section

Store dolph Myers and Mrs. Madeline I Monday. \ Buy more WAR BONOS/

Wooten, all of Inverness, spent Master Stevie and KeitH Chap -.
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last week-end with Mrs. Bert ,
209 E, Call Street Starke, Fla. Chambers
Robert Robinson, Jr., returnedto I

his home In Jacksonville Sat- Have a "Coke"= Tudo Vai Bern
urday after a short stay with his
grandparent! Mr. and Mrs. J. (EVERYTHING'S SWELL) l
L. Robinson. He was accompaniedby
his great-grandmother Mr*.
W. H. Parker, who spent several 'f..

days with Mr. and Mrs. R P. '
Robinson.Mrs. t1
Effie Johns' of Macclennywas
d with Mr. and Mrs. Claude I / J I

Johns, Wednesday and Thursday r

tts going on to Jackson vile with Mrs
Al Rogers and little daughter.
Lavonla, who have returned to

their home there. '
Mrs. Ray Y. Walden of Lake I
Butler visited Mrs.' Lynwood!

Watts Friday. (|I
Little Frances Caldwell has recuperated 6
We HaveEVERYTHING nicely following the removal I
of her tonsils in the Farm ,I

Hospital, Friday.Mr. f
and Mrs John Bouvier and
son, Johnny, arrived Tuesday, from i!
their home In Mlam4to visit Mr. h'4'I I : r
and Mrs. J. A. Bouvier. They

for were Joined here by their daughter -
you'll want a
Betty, who has been In the
mountains of South Carolina for

several weeks at Camp- Joecassee. -. ...
!II t
BIG EVENING Luncheon guest of Mr. and 1 r i .:'

Mrs. Claude Johns, Saturday, were ''
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Ryan and '

three children of Tallahassee and ,
e 1 I
Misses Norma and Margie New-

some of Baldwin. ,
Mrs. Reese Bradley and son
and Mrs. Mcoerman and in Rio '
Clinton or making friends
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daughter, Sue spent Sunday with
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hundley. i
From the U. S. A. to Brazil is a long way but you'll find many familiar thingsin / / J

BLANDINGCENTER TRAIN SCHEDULE both places. A friendly spirit for ooe. Coca-Cola for another. In Rio de /

T. J. Griffin local agent for Janeiro, to say Have a "Co.,," is to say We're glad to m you, just as when you a ; ,
the Seaboard Air Line, announced

that effective July 9 the following offer Coca-CoU to a guest in your own home. In many lands around the
train schedule went Into effect:
SouthboundNo. globe, the faust that rejrtihet with ice-cold Coca-Cola has become a friendly '

1 due Starke 11:40: p. m. "Coke"Coca-Cola
No. 191 due Starke 11:12: p. m. greeting between neighbors. Ie'. natural for popular name

No. 107 due Starke 9:38: a. m. ., to acquire friendly abbreviation
NorthboundNo. SOfUtO UNOII! *. That' why you

BAR 2 due Starke 4:43: : a. m. STARKE COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO t Coca-Cola called "Coke".
No. 192 due Starke :5:20: a.
JO It44 tb.CC1GrST :(
No. 108 due Starke 6:08: p.
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t l FRID.tY,
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< jt.! J. B. AlexanderFuneral \ Wednesday, afternoon at the Haptlst I Letter BoxMiami 1 Methodist ,

'! ,,"< l Church In Waldo He was I
jr \ week eleven
Feature of thif.
' services fox John Bel- the brothel of W B. Alexanderof
; o'clock service at the Methodist
I i i' 1i m Alexander of Waldo who died Starke and L, B Alexander Fla Church will be a special vocal ,I

I i'I' t'L,' Monday In Gainesville were held of Waldo. Gcntlt men- solo by Mis. D. C. McGuire a i,

N,m I 'i t This office has noted the generous native Kansan who ha\, made her ,
"JT". :' amount of newspaper home in Starke for the past several -
.,,;11\,\ . space your I (
.f! j I devoted to publicizing: the weeks. I|
". t''.,"f ." '" history and achievements of the I'I'I I Mr8. McGuIre has been activeIn J

;ll* .1'' e United Stated Const Guard during U.SO. activities and in musical

: :kti '"f i, the week of its 154th: anniversary circles during her stay here, ren-
,i ff Wf{ July 30( -August :5. I dering special programs and act-
,r 1Il, "' I wUh to express my deepest Ing as leader for group singing on
.', appreciation to you and your frequent occasions
'!J I staff for the recognition you have The topic for the Sunday morning I
'>r '\ shown the Coast Guard and Its service aa announced by the tr

i ',:" fighting men. pastor Rev. W J, Churchwell II
Ii" }111.' J E. Whitbeck, USCG. I will be "Mind: Mood, Mission and I
" I'r Seventh Naval District. Methodist" and special music will

r I be offered by the choir.. THE OPENING
;. If:. Congregational singing/ of,
' "I <' familiar will highlight the
, ,
) Headquarters 4th Service
j { Command I evening program while Mr.Churchwell's i|
)t ' 'rr
; topic at that
'" ___ Atlanta, Georgia sermon I II
__ time, will be "The Volcano In the
It" To the Owner and Staff of the
\ Heart", l
I' : Bradford County Telegraph:
: lri I'I For public service tendered All young people are urged, to
.. ______ un-I :
\' dPI!< adverse conditions In time of I I attend the Youth Fellowship meet-
'f:, war The news media In the Ing at 6:30: p.m., at which time ,I
, "':: iI I Fourth Service Command have Ia i snack will be served preceding ,
, I'" 1 iI i\\ rendered valued patriotic service j the program. I
i, { 1 t l t by keeping the civilian members, Prayer meeting will be held at !I
; t t eI : of the National Civilian-Military 8 o'clock and choir practice at

_ Team Intelligently Informed both 8:40: on Wednesday evening.
. (, of the news and the needs of the
I military. Their sustained energetic -! 'Red' Bird BeginsTwentythird ,,

I support contributes directly YearLast
to our certain victory. ,
F.. E. Uhl
wpek Ernest "Red1 Bird
:Major General U. S.
began his 22nd year of service as ,
Army Commanding custodian of the county courthouse -
.. I and grounds.

1? Samaritan Hospital I He was hired by Will Epperson
Nampa, Idaho when he was "High Sheriff" of
Gentlemen: Bradford County and when Con
I am taking the Telegraph and gressman Lex Green was County
.' SAVE SAVE words fall to express my enJoy- Judge.
WERE ment after reading the home town :Most Interesting part of his
news. Really, it's like meeting; work. Red says Is "Joking with
h an old friend from home.I the boys" and keeping the refreshing -
ARCHERY SETS $2.95 $1.95 enjoy your( articles immensely bit of green lawn around I

f "1 and find myself always looking the courthouse cropped. and neat
TRAVEL KITS .. __ $7.50 $4.98 forward to getting each issue. "so's folks '11 have a nice spot to
Sincerely 1 rest up In when they come to

1 STEP STOOLS . ___.. $4.95 $3.95 Alma MurrheeCLASSIFIED
: BIKE SADDLE BAGS $2.45 _ $1.79


i?tl Oven Glass Ware Roaster $2.98 .. $1.98 !) ( Formerly the Ritz Cafe )

: 3-Piece Oven Server $2.49 $1.29 .. nsu 'anceH.

KITCHEN APRONS .. $2.98 .. $1.98 i

9x12 LINOLEUM $10.95 $8.95 C. WALL

e TEA KETTLES __ ._ ___. $1.49. _. .98

ASH TRAYS'(14 to Set) $1.49 $1.00 Agency '

,, Blackstone Playing Cards .99 .79 Constant Service Over 50 Years
?4 t .

; I : : "''r.'OntPERlIAUFE SrtQAUY BUILT FOR ......__.__._-_._- ------------9'


i l "' UATTERY .

', tq Exchange lll.' J up yJ
} Built especially for Ilow..peecl, TAVERNSTEAKS
low-mileage drlTlng and

packed with power for rwlft, 1
sure ftkrtlag. Ou; finest
hAy hAyV
ttS ; --_..
, I
ti'I "' .aY1e11..


t.l t.lf 1. ': Shovels $1.20 1

hrn' /f I.I NCR KITS Hoes $1.09 Peptt'Cola Company. Long Island City, N. 1*. *
Toilet Soap .9 Franchised Bottler: l'El'Sl-COU.1"1'LINO'JV.. of Jacksonville; '

f.r Sc ..; or Wort Electric

I Folds neatly when not In Iron Cords $1.25 I ADSBPKNCKIl

1IM.IsJmch.Were. Hatchets $1.69 CHICKEN

srPrORTS Individually FAn"f FOR SALF.IO1'*''. 6 ('nl.|
89c 25 Feet drlgned.i Mrs Bertha Pearce 805WtHt tlvated, 1 In young pine. Five
fi'M'I' 41 I If Garden Hose Madison Bt. 7.2i-4tp> room hou.... Delco light, Priced
$2.981lowl to pelt Immediately.. Inquire. on
premlera or writ box 461 Aubrey

f ,f 1' Keep Your Dike RolinglChampion NO KATrON FOIL 8ALK Mercer-3S laying hen., Mixed 1 tp I I *

CERTIFICATE REQUIRED $50WAR 280 road.for 2nd all. graded:2 ml road on old to camp

Aubrey. Mercer. i"p

room* and
t TIRE Camelback BOND hath,.close. up. town. City water I
light> ".w..r. telephone. Hard
wood floor, aebasto. roof I're CHOPS
war built on lot 75 x 220. Cheap
'i1 2.49 IRON iNISf0 bIlY.-V. B' Hrre". 205 'Velle
'' '.' k r St. Phone 5J. j tp

'r 26 x 2.125 ward to find a WANTKl>-Two girl tor work at -
t OUen at
Camp Rlandlng I
also. Deep laundry and dry
r, t 7 4 non > skid house or apartment| suitable cleaning plant Hour 2 p. m.
1 to 9 p m.; Saturday n a. m'
tread and fur ui in Starke or within I 13 to 8 Pm..; Nn Sunday work.!
tt' 7i. Itrollgflexible Phone Oaln"..vlll* 48 or write
it'' cord miles of Camp Blondlng.VouMl Malnenvllle Laundry, C1alnevllle.

1' ; body. I I btlirlplii|{ u<* and Uncle Fla- __1 tp BEER

PINEAPPLE: . PEAKS for >al..., T5
'v. TREMENDOUS SAVING I ITHUMPKT Siuii. cents Haltord per bu. w Tompkln.1 tp..

1 TNIS Phone Write or Come to ,
:: National 1
1 Bee-Mrs. Jacobs Km. 12, ('anh register. In excellent conrtl.

i1} r're'One' Magnolia; Hotel Phone 51 Victory tlon; two Ice burner box.. inquire electric at clove. the.: -
ii. Snack Par Davis Hotel Blda-,
1 14 t 1'aelory.Ce2nlralle+.. Call street. bu..I".... district. ItTHREE

111 Ci\I.I.ING PERMANENT: WAVE 59d! Po your Theater.UlIiL.S Apply wanted to Carnai-Park OPEN 8:00 A. TO 2:00 A.M
FVrmnnent with Charm-
: IIOIIN Wick Grod A COI lt> c.l own Kurt Kit L'nmplpte lon at the theater it

Was. $15.95 Now $13.95 6.00.16 7.OO Rimy. to do 40, curlers absolutely. and. harnilf nhampoo.... t..s*>K e SALE:Mr!.: Parker ernnd-hand at Kahr sea "
Praised by thousands Including .
I ml. out on tlalneavllle BREAKFAST
:Roman Only the flnrt mitSruS movieelar.
gold metalnstr Fay McKen.le: irlamoroua 1 tpWANTED .
& finish. Powerful. Wall-built. and the beet 'WOrkD1&l1al11p Money refunded If notnullified.
Built-in go into FiTMtaa Koch; Drug Store. -- Furnlihed
:relay. recap. 818| -lit-1124| for ."Idl..,'. wife. and 2 apartment LUNCHEON DINNER
'" Mra. Morley, Magnolia
IF YOU VVOUL.H HUT OH SELLmilk Phone 51. Hotel.
cows stock cow beet

cattle In touch, stock with bulla J. 1 or>, l:3: in,;. Jr.ret, IANST, -Mcuarllnk.| .. gold filled.
J. P. Roberts ] 247 Rox 204 t...tkeCity. watch chain between 10e *tor.
i, Motors lox Htarko. and Harfa
1,5 Ff 1 Telephone. 4S1 talk City 11844ANTl.IJ Reward for Saturday return to afternoon.Bradford .
I ,1' County Telegraph. 1 tp .
W TO HUY-JO-tcal. water .
600 TEMPLE: : AVE. STAUKE, FLA. tank. See K. L. Matthew: at \VOKK paintingFlnt WASTELJ--Carp..nter house left-or
' Uradford County Telegraph hand: side Kalford Road on or RFD SANDWICHES AND SHORT ORDERS
1. Box 139. 1 tp
y,1 Full XAL.K! -Ml..lonary strawberry.
PLYMOUTH plant by the bed. M Khoden FOR WALK:clood lecond-hand bl.
,. Kalford Road. lit. t, I">x 11.S.114. cycle Reanonable. Mra. Bertha
A tp Pearce, 301" W. MadUon. 1 tp I

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Official County Publication Established In 1877 _

STAUKE. FLORIDA (IRU" '. ""til'ST 2J. 11)44

lVerseas. Xmas Mailing Period Starts Sept. 15 1 II

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Rod Plasma to War i Pulpwood I]
Former Starke Pastor Overseas Last Year 1,; !5crceiof All Christmas Packages Public Urged

Converts Barn Into Chapel I Mailed Overseas JJ'erc Delayed 60 Days

Id 1'" 6 Mont/is Hecausc of Incorrect Addresses. To Shop Now

"Its all yours". would have to serve the purpose"

With this remark the rum- I I Sltt. Cannon continued. : O For Gifts

shackle barn was assigned to the : "The walls were" whitewashed> Contents of Thousands of Others Wert'Spill'ti \

r Chaplain for use as a "group and the Interior fumigated by the
chapel". I medics. Then came scrap lumber or Spoiled Ileeausc of Improper Packing and "$' ave ,strong airing and box:<

The miserable barn was located donated by the aqu.ulron to erect Insecure 1 Wrapping.Make 1 nuucilnl and dart Chopping now

somewhere In Italy. I the chancel and the seven steps Piust master General Frank C.

The Chaplain was Frank Robinson leading to the altar. Cardboard e Walker mlvlHoa Americans In announcing -

", one-time pa s to i' of the I belly tank crates were obtained Sure Your Package /:f'acIt/ ,,, Destination the rules for mailing of
Starke :Methodist Church and nowa and up went the panels altar/ and
I Hi/ Reading and Observing The Following I"hI'IIII01Ilgift..* for Army tenulpc'usoflflel
"pilot among pilots' -a "sky pulpit. The floor was carpetedwith !

pilot" a a Igned I GI blanket !ansi the two Rules: Navy overseas

to a FighterGroup I vases were not so long ago filled 1'hl. jeur the ClirMnms

of the ? with tomato juice OFFICIAL mulling |1..1.l for |Petit

Army Air Forces. I EI44I "The parachute department desired WAR DEPARTMENT RULES Army iiinl Nn\y overmanr.irciH

But this partlculai to do its share and so its I Is |lie i ????-Nrplrm-

Chaplain members made the dorsal of rich :\LII.IPlmlOU: ; ) her l 1.1 to ViolH-r 15. After

had faced prob- '* red cloth with a symbol superimposed Christmas packages may be mulled to American ftolldnsnerving OotolN-r 1.1 no Kf| IN'rc1) 4

lems before. He representing the Holy Trinity oveiHt-a-s without piexentatlon of a request from the limy |M> mulled to II M>|,||
i U still r e mem- and ptovtded<
bered In Starke cloth to cover the menxa. Bach which ha, been designated( as Christmas Mall Month for written 1'f'C1"| .>M from him.

for his boundless Sunday the men are Heated upon Soldiers over.toaM.This The great demands, .
30-d.iy period does not apply to Christmas cards.Christmas upon shipping
and his bomb fin crates. The finishing
need for giving
card be mailed
may any time dining or after
I 'carpenter work"'on touches were added. with a coupleof the preference to armn. munitions

'' $ such worthy ----- gallons of blue nml white paint enough, however I to allow sufficient lime for delivery In even net-estmry medicine, and food, la:
V '- j projects as Sun- and the barn no longer a stable the most distant theaters of operation befoie Christmas, Day the prime reason for the early

t lay School rooms,hplulii ItoIInl5 had been converted Into a hallowed They must, be sent In Healed envelopes and, prepaid at the mulling ,|ate. !\fol'C'uvrrtIft/

I and Boy Scout huts. spot where the men could come fI1'1I1-<'III.s, rate of powiage.SI2K' parcels must I travel I great tis./

I Sgt. George Cannon the Chap at anytime to worship their Crea AND WKICIIT: lancet (o reach Army and Navy

lain's assistant, who recently told tor. ('I i I I.t p"sii'e, uirt |iii< kugen \\III I !h. 'iirrrpted for inn, II Iii g ..nlltliln \' !personnel' who are located Bt remole -
; I \\ tl.> |)ii>Ni-iit limitations i>\\eluht und xliA Minii tornclal U. s. Navy photo.) to the General Commis- "From the materials used for | points' Anti| frequently the
the story \\C ight, 15 I liu-li.-s I In l.-iinth, and, 811 IIK-IM-H I In li-nKlli mid |g lrlh .. "
JSE BLOOD PLASMA CASES of weather-proof paper board I sion of Army and Navy Chaplains, war a fitting _edifice luul been t'llllllllllCfl. transfer t large number to new .'fI.

J from pulpwood, shown being delivered by Red Cross workers states'! that "At first glance the erected to( the Author of Pence Preparation and Acceptance for :.Mailing \ stations t neecHHltates forwarding ,

ft. S. Navy> medical officer, are going to war aboard a battle- whole project ,seemed hopeless, but Might not this be symbolic of the Chilstmn. lied of (the packages, / and additional '
) package mu during I his period should!
llhe contain blood donations from twelve Amer- time
large cases when Isaiah said required..Mailers .
to come
it served as a day bear the endorxcment "
to the Chaplain "ChilstniiiH 1'arcel. micli
'" Only one
is in also made
of blood separate
each bottle plasma a I
|):,pulpwood and with it a pint of distilled water. The plasma challenge./; It called for ingenuityand 'and they sliall beat their sword package will be accepted for mailing by or on behalf of tin'same : ('fN'IH"t|

We r are mixed to make fluid which Is saving the lives of our originality, but the personnelof Into plowshares! und, their spears ppiHons 01 concern to or for the name mlilrcHHOo< dining "The. .rexpotwo that our peoplemadn

|dell soTdiers. Because of the growing shortage the Govern- the Group came through with Into prunlnnliooks", ; nation hall any one week.llociniHo lust year during the over- ,
; urges farmers and woodsmen to cut more pulpwood-for colors. Desired materials I not lift up sword against nation of tlui great dlfilnnrc I this nuill niii-t I,.. I IIUIIHnirlcd wens mailing peilod! demonstrated''
flying shall learn war | nml the handling/ uinl any .I..rllj\,\ It itiut undergo, It that ,
ryt _ unavailable, neither they any they will In
frozen or
- either .
were l I.. aliM lutel any
> > iH-4-ptnury t that nil art 11'1. l Ie packril In |IO\-H or
so what could be scraped together more. 111I'tlll.lNJOI.. Midld fllierlMHird! or Mrong .double-far. ,'ornljtl'll \- measure dexlRned, for (thut welfare
Have Opportunity rilH-rlxnird mill tied ullh strung. twine. It Is highly un.iraIpI of our armcil, foices personnel."

rmers .I Aid '. ,. I that all rIlH''holll'.IIMH"'M| In- wruN'ly urnpprd In licn\y Afr. Walker mild. "It U not eaxy .
for I
Women Who Are Eligible pl". If u\tillable, UNM'rli>nn> ha ...hon that |MI'H without to concentrate on Chl'lstmnlllIfts

I Profit From Pulpwood i Should Apply At Early Stage of PregnancyMore tin outer the content rapper* to often pwape.Contents l).,-<-oiii., cnmlied or spilt Unitnllowlng Ira hero the at homo midst hut of our warm people weather recognized -

farmers are afforded balance demands due to the increase than 7,000 babies have health agencies by>the Children's should be packed! tightly, In order that the article the need. and because
]prn may not become loosened In transit damaging this
bureau which administers the national they want the men und
| !e3Oft opportunity to In- In war needs. been born to servicemen's wivesIn contents or the covering of the parcels) Hard candle, nuts women
-I their farm Income :with The- War Activities Committeecalls Florida during the past year prprant4q.provide medi caramels/ ( Including those covered" wIth( chocolate), fruit cake who art absent from their home.

I cash by cutting pulpwood attention to a statement by under the emergency maternityand I cal nursing and hospital care for and chocolate! bars Individually wrapped; In waxed papershould to know they are not forgottenat I

Imbei during the "lay-by" Harold Boeschenstetn acting director Infant care program for the servicemen's wives during be endowed In Inner boxes of wood, metal, or curd- ('hrllllmllll, they took pains' to
pregnancy. childbirth anti for Mix! board. Soft candles whether homemade or rommeiclal. do HMHure. prompt delivery of Christmas
- the burden of agrl- of the Forest Products recently appro-
which I weeks after childbirth, and for not carry well /und should not be mailed Sharp-pointed or"harpedlrd Rifts.
\\ duties is lightest Franktu Bureau of the War Production priated $42,800,000 so that the
his first such ax razors and knives must
the Infant during yearof
I Area Forester, Timber Board that "military require- national project might be continued have their points or edges' protected so they cannot cut "I know that our people willob..v.

Ition War Project, points ments of pulpwood for productionof for another year. life. through their coverings and damage other mull. the oversea mill linKHl'h'dule

such products as explosivesand r. R. Abrams, director of Women eligible for the emergency HOW TO ADDKKSS) I'1tItCKLSAdulresse : once more this year but
Dr. care are urged to apply at. I wish .
do to stress thin fact : ,
for tires.
now high tenacity rayon County Health must be legible In typewriting or Ink. Copies
Nitcls >f farmers are the Clay-Bradford
of so
the beginning pregnancy of sales of retail stores should not be lined address :.More care mtint bo taken In
as well as for overseas packaging for slips as I
both profitable I conducts a clinic preg-
jthat it is Unit
and certain special' uses have babies that their health and that of the labels. A slip containing the complete address of the ad- wrapping! sail |uu'klng part1N). "-
htrlotic to cut saw logs of the nant mothers and every child can be better safe-guarded. dresnee and Fender ahould he enclosed In the parcel to permit rurely mid atldrmnlng them Hcur-

klpwood during slack farm reached the highest point Thursday morning from 10 a. m. Young mothers ore also urged to Identification In the event the outer wrapper becomes torn, ly and (',,"-lly.

|-. when weather conditions war and are expected to step to 11:30: a. m. All pregnant wives give their babies the advantage mutilated, or destroyed In transit. Paiceln addrexxed. to over-

i permit regular agrlcultur- up In war theatres throughoutthe and mothers with young babiesare of regular child-health care and dean Army perHonnel Miould xhow the grade. or rank, full "It It not n pleiwiiint thing ',

|*k anil at odd times be- world.',' Invited to attend. supervision by their physicians or name Army serial number, service organization and unit, II xmlal ronrpntrutlon
farm duties" Albert sta- "Army and Navy requirementsof and the APO number In care of the postmaster at the port enter and nee the number of !'
I the new appropriation child health
pulp used In the manufactureof at well-baby and of embarkation through wbjch the mall Is touted. For example ChrlHtniui parcels which will ,
The lay-by' period is an wives and Infants of Army aviation clinics where they are available.
"lr, ant
and ammunitionwill never react tier* nirn jwrvleewomen.
lit t time for woods work explosives t cadets are now eligible for 1anks for this care (4
highIn Application Pvt. John 1<:. floe ASN 32185691: l I.o..l fire
than twice as
lilting' pulpwood and lum- be more I along with families of obtained physician. \ 90! Hth it.
of 1944 as the care, may be from a Company, Infantry personnel have orders to ilit
U produce extra revenues the third quarter" I men In the four lowest pay gradesof the local Red" Cross, the local APO 000. c-o Postmaster tt
Mr. Boeschensteln everything they ran to eiffect
I;? avert losses where cropsen In the first quarter. the Army Navy, Marine Corps health department, or the State New Yoik, N. Y.
esti- delivery of nuoh gifts, IMXUMJMAwe
said "and present i1.i.
damaged by prolonged I and Coast Guard. Board of Health"..*.The blanks must POSTAGEPOll ; know how theyare I
ather and excessive heat. mates are that fourth 'quarter I New wives and babies could be filled out |by the wife and tag., must be fully prepaid. The rate on parcels. of Important M1
of tliunited
for the
I"er these forest products demands will exceed those of the have been taken Into countersigned by the physician the fourth-clan. (that Is, parcels/ exceeding 8 ounces) Is the Impplnivt ,
'ed the most urgent third quarter." scarcely zone rate applicable from the post office where mailed to the forren. Too frequently ;
among ef- The pulp and paper Industry Is consideration! when Uncle Sam who of course, must be a participant postmaster. at the port of embarkation through which the nothing run lie ilono.Don't Uf
traterlals for the war
on a hand-to- first decided upon the pay of his In the..,program. mall I its routed. The third-class rate of 1 1-2 cents for each r 1M" Niton Mix

now mouth operating basis because of the near GI nephews. Dr. Marsh said. I No questions pertaining to finance 2 ounce or fraction thereof applies to packages not exceeding "I am sorry that anyone ever
f I
emphasized that farm- and Therefore, It became necessary are asked. The program 8 ounces. Parcels containing/ only books conforming to
of both pulpwood mentioned that the size of ashoe
hid arrange: for the sale of depletion for him to relieve the mental and stipulates that any wife of a service certain requirement are acceptable/ a special rate of postage -
the lean box U the limit
IJlpwooc' () and lumber before pulp Inventories during financial emergency by making :I man In the four lower pay Stickers or labels .lexembllng postage stamps aro not approximate -
it I- and advised that they production months from the fall to cover this un- I grades and aviation cadets are permissible on the outside of parcels. Inxcrlptlons such ns for package Intended for gift

their trees marked for cut- of '42 through the summer of an appropriation I for the service regardlessof "Merry rhrlstmax, ," "Please do not open until Christmas' mailings overseas. Unhappily .
In accordance with sound '43. In all regions except the considered complication.The eligible "Happy New Year," "With Best Wishes. ," and the like may be I many people became convinced ,

I y Practice and thus Im- South. pulpwood consuming millsmust money Is allotted to State monetary circumstances. I II placed on the covering of the parcel In such manner an. not that a shoe box lit the bent PO>4-
inventories In the to Interfere with the address or on a card enclosed In the Klble container We must be mindful
timber stands and assure I up fall to parcel. Hooks may bear simple dedicatory Inscriptions not of that these gifts must, travel
and early carry I Local Welfare Office
rapid tin- summer i
growth and con FARM NOTES the nature of perxonnl corre pondenro.
I and bad far with shipping crowded.,
profitable wood crops. them through the winter USE OF MONEY: ORDERS.: .; space
Be Only
I I To Open
when their receipts If the gifts are to bo protectedIn
e pulpwood deliveries to weather seasons L.. T. Dyer, County Agent The Army Postal Service recommends the use of postal .
iturlnu the first half ofotallpd drop sharply or stop. Moat I One Day Each Month money orders by those desiring to U'anMmltIftll of money to transit they must be packed In
at present have no CATTLE FOR Til I II boxes made of metal, wood solid : 8,369,000 cords a of these mills TESTING members of the Army outside the continental limits of the
cent increase over the Inventory cushions to fall backon Dr. B.Y.. Bierer who Is em- I L.. A. Rennolds. Board Memberof I United StateH. With regard/ to cash remittances, at many flberwood or strong double-faced
.\ pulpwood deliveries are cutoff of Bradford County District 5, places where United. !States' forces are stationed there In a corrugated fiberboard, reinforced.
JOn.\lng period of 1943, the U. S. Bureau
dS curtailed. ployed by has announced that In the future local prohibition against/ the Importation of United !States' with) strong gummed paper tapeor
noi been sufficient tony or Animal Industry, Is here now the Bradford County Welfare Office I currency and such money could not be used If received. How tied with strong twine. If '.

Installa- testing cows for TB. A certain I located In the Courthouse In ever domestic postal! money orders may be cashed at APO's both tape and strong twine are )
assigned to a medical wherever they are located. and are paid In local foreign cur-
Needs Women In each Starke will be only on the used HO much the better If the
of the cows open ,
technician. perecentage rency at the rate of exchange In effect on the date of the
tion as a surgical I five of each month outer III crushed-and
[Serve county must be tested every second Thursday- presentation of the orders. wrapper
As Sgt. Evelyn Carlisle. Women'sArmy ; to prevent a quarantine. He from 9 a. m. to 12 noon. j I'llOUJHITKI. : ARTICLES this I I.*. likely ti,> happen-the loan 'Ii;
'cal Technicians Corps recruiter stated will test about 300 head while Should anyone want Informationfrom Perishable, Intoxicants Inflammable materials (Including of content may bo prevented If '

Welfare Board. of all kinds and! fluids) and flberboanl boxes. are wrapped In "
these two girls are typicalof the State / matches lighter poisons are
Juanlta McDonald and Pvt. that needed to here.Dr.. Bierer says that he will District 5, please write I Mime unmallable. The mailing of fragile articles. Is dlxcouraged., heavy paper.

I" Ue Bland, formerly of the type of women Immediate test for Bangs for milk Miriam C. Stubbs, District Welfare !- INSURANCE AND C. O. I). SERVICES: ; \\e were uiuiM to deliver .

"Wlle. are two of the Flor- supply the urgent and make this test Is desired. Several Supervisor. Post Office Box No mull matter addressed to members of the Army or many parrels Mlilrh

men who have recently be- needs of the Medical Department. : cows If have listed .thelr cows Number 295, Green Cove Springs, other persons receiving mall through APO' overseas will be fiimllleM and friend.* Kent lo 'ill

areer In the Army's Med- that while some of : people should do so accepted' ax Insured! or c. o. d. mall. men and women .n.".......... last
She added with me, and others
program. Both such a* Physical save time and miles action has been necessary year becaii-m they urre rrunh ,I'll
"'thuRI8StIC these Jobs In order to Christmas parcels for Army personnel en route overseas anilthe
about their work. vacancies on staff. VAIn transit und the gift .
due to
'Irdlng Therapy Aides, require a College for the doctor. shortly before or subsequent to October 15, 19H, will be accepted t outIdwrapper IM".anJe.

Army to pfc. McDonald. or previous training manyof Cattle Slaughter RegulationsAny Voters May Register after October 13. up to and Including December 10 ....pUIAI..... IVe would haveIWMW i
instructors are mar- slaughter and 1941 upon presentation by the Render of a change of address
require may
feel that the three the technician\ assignments farmer meat from any number Now For General notification (W. D, A. G. O. Form No. 204 or equivalent al>le to nmkn delivery If

f e training i received Is only high school educationand deliver the owned by him Nov. 7 notice) from the addrexsee, received subsequent to September the addrexn. had boon xliown ,!

to a year's hospital train- a genuine Interest and!

a civilian 1Ife." Prc. Mcbecame to do this type of work. without license or permit Federal County Supervisor of Registration -' limits of weight and size and be endorned "Chrlxtmas l\Ue that everyone write
I who are eligible for ing any report to the that the Parcel." Only one such parcel will be accepted from any one the oddroMft. of the Hentler tend ,
'Interested in Women Kelly states
sur- J. R.
Government. tie one Individual having! an overseas APO ad ,
tpchnlclan the VAC are Invited onl I II person any addrevtMee Inxldn the l..kl\lC" ,
I work while em- enlistment In In Unless meat U graded by an registration books'wlll be open dress. Parcels mailed to personnel at poxts camps, and its. w11lie outilde."ChrUtmaJi .
a. doctor's assistant. to write headquarters of the U. S. Department I Mondays, Wednesday and Fridays I station. within the United States will be given directory service -
fwi' military training at Jacksonville or Inquire at the official grader Agriculture, the I of each week 9 a. m. to 12 and forwarded to overseas stations' If the addressee are gifts mean so much

.Wthorpe. Ga., she received Bradford County Telegraph. of must sell It at I noon through October 14. ': transferred abroad prior to delivery. to our people overaeas. Because

months course at Army- the slaughterer less "This regUitratlon" lie explained COOPERATION:" OF PUBLIC strong twine, heavy paper and,
100 Ibs. j jI
Genera) Hospital in Hot at least 12 1-2c per for the "covers only the General Election Only through the wholehearted cooperation of the mall- boxes: and fiberboard will proveof
Ark (This school Is I than the ceiling price on Nov. 7. and does not qUalIty Inic public In complying with the above mailing rules and real help In making deliveryof
W'"' EarIIondffnrts1incflt grade. Where a govern- to vote in the pri dates will it be possible to deliver on time the tremendous gift possible I urge those at
at Camp Atterbury, 'Wollr not available a a person ,
ment grader Is for the volume of Christmas mall to soldiers overseas home to begin Having these materials -
IsYour request can be filled for exernp"Ition |! mary. Those registering which Is expected this year Any additional information now. As time goes on
vs entering and primary are qualified to vote In be obtained from local pout offices.
service Pvt. by a small slaughterer desired I may
"a15\ months! training at Investment be permitted to grade hu the General Election but not vice BY ORDER OF THE SECRETARY OP. WAR: they are going to become even"
ROSPItal he may the: versa," If in doubt about your G. C. MARSHALL, more scarce than they are now.
School of Nureuatehoochee meat but he must take II IIi
: I fn America : own 'I registration see Mr. Kelly. Chief of St.rff. !Mr. Walker concluded.
Upon com-
i i
of I
bUlc training she will -


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1 L PACKAGE WILL HELP Well It Isn't Our Idea. . The Post Office rL

,:k'( ) Many'We Are Useful Showing Items INSURE Department Says If You Want' That Over-
:'; +,',? -- SEVERAL Including .STYLES. HIS seas ManIn Your Life To Get His

.:\ +rI, FUTURE !l Christmas Package On Time You MUST

u.. w Identification Bracelets SHOP NOW\ And Mail Between Sept 15 And Oct. 15-..- BEllE

y $7.95 up START AT ONCE. '

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1 .J FittedUTILITY AU.S. PICT7'0 Your Man Overseas ,!
r KITS S end a USEFUL Ulrl Here Are Our Suggestion:

,.' Containing All Grooming .
y Essentials .1' '
,'p WAR

".",. $12,95'; : 1. BOND' I I !I CIGARETTE LIGHTERS

,. I
Large Selection of BILL FOLDS, -r Shockproof Waterproof PEN & PENCIL SETS

.. ; Florida Souvenir POCKET.KNIVES JORDAN'SBAR $17.50 to $52.50 ALL with PURPOSE good steel blades KNIVES

I "The Perfect Gift"

I II Paddy Libretti, Mgr. The STAG 137 CALL STREETSTARKE
Mrs. Jessie )Davis Proprietor FLORIDA



IL e War and Navy Departments are exerting
WIND AND every effort that every soldier and sailor overseas -
!' may be permitted to receive a Christmas
yr : RAIN.PROOFCigarette ( .,,, o oy wholehearted package from co-operation home.. Only and through assistance the of .,

the mailing public, the retail stores, and all [ ....
y' Lighters others concerned will it be possible to handle "
this year's record volume of holiday package
,, "
.I I' I mail. aw .
t. It is most urgent that these gift parcels be selected .
Y 9r h. Handmade Handtooled the and mailed as early as possible within f.rt.>:.".'._...........:.__
IY thirty-day period from September 15 to
October 15, in order that no last-minute back- .. His Life
t BILLFOLDS Today Is Danger Itself,
f log occur at any of the several points of embarkation '
You Can
; 'f Help Insure His Future By
J Fl 'With Name and Serial Number Burned Giving Him A War Bond For Christ-
41 In The Leather We owe it to our armed forces overseas to mas. Don't Forget To Shop Early
shop early, wrap securely, mail early and,
sir AT SEVERAL REASONABLE PRICES above all, address legibly and completely these And Mail Early.ANGELO'S.
DELIVERY IN 10 DAYS holiday gifts which mean so much to fight-
ing men's morale.J.
.y.yg ,
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:Major General, Rear Admiral, USN,
GISLASN'SFOR The Adjutant General. Sub-Chief of Naval Operations
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"The Store All Soldiers It row" BOB JONES, Mgr. at the

landing Bus Station




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I(' reek, n r. Ttufnrd. Paul : l town. Flc.i Ida ( h, ) Th I I , ,
: 1 'I.nd.r 'xr d.'I1. 1".1.t ". I : 11 Vann \\ ." ",.n"?" . ?"
1'M Vr" 'f'F"HHADFOIU J W. Hay., null U A. NNw, ,lints who I" \I. NOTICE ,, \I" .
\I'' It. h.ll'.1 nol. I I." .. I :", 'i" o" I "? .1. t "- ,,
'lurlda : testimony 1 r<'",icl,'iitK Fl .. .. 1.1 :
State of Ii. wh.r"of. 11. .. I II I ' "' I'noh0e' R.
I"'l'hlll t I I. H. A. AIRAY I .. my name and cause the I and UK to which f.ttuatog I Ix '\t'I'(. TO \.1. I'I"U': \1110 OVVK nrl,i MI 11\: 'r 1"1': I":: : s' U"II.1"11 tI"h' w.' til i -. HOset Sdrot: :: : Le, t ':
? sent :;; :.
if the ;
< Kiilil to list
".1'' ,. .f the Ntata (\ town be hereunto of the last and heat know '10iiiotv ('.VIM': Ituky I .\ \IIIIM.a. < I I ll,.IMl I Si limp, 1'1'1
I' 1.\ Alec n..tlc" that affixed this the 3lHt day oC! addresses and also all I..r..n I lo..t; .. Dun :"la' ". miVlix Nnssce. :. .

July, 1944.UFFi ,1..1111/ through or unde IN TUB cmCPIT COVKT OF I Hart, 1.H, Moselet, Ll K.O Sex I Mm. Kunlcw
( ( ) H. A. Green and wil J'I" 'akin.Ilutto
l'TIO-l: HAItLEdAA th.m. UH.VUFOHP Howe Morgan, M. M I *
I, : M I. I':1,1 Conn : PARRY Mayor, Lucille green, i-o lion I.tx 01'1 IN COUNTY KLOHID. L. M., 1'I.n. 'Ial'n.'eVIIX Sparks H K.Vbitilc .
nHAIJl.'OHP (.UnnADFonn id
1 ; 'Tuemla: f Signed) C'harlel A. Unrbj C..ngressntgn from Florida, lou. lHANClUY. Hutto: Mm. Mllutto |1..llh..J. II
,I ,]bn,, ,Ida on Jlotida: ATTEST: I of"ttl1IIIIllnK., \ 'a.h ('OLNT\ subdivision of "* : : Rdim L 'I''I.V i line Mix. S K.

i infirm the null. Par Johiis, 11 .. the elate of lolt"ul Unite \V' I). tnrk. ,1 I P "rnrka. .. K L I Ilrl ,
\, L D i 1IH4, City Tlerk. g.44t8-2! I VuliloHtu, OnorKln (<.) The fol- I'lalllrr. I I' lt.rlln'lI'". I K. Mr. illndyn't' :
''III' lowinghoHv addresses are Unknown vN Ilnu..n.., Arthur'

\i' '1.J:' NOVr.MHHli ( If living' and If deceased. CERTAIN LANDS IN man ICIsle M."II.'ulh' F cHtromiin. ,
t \ '" I V .H.S Senator from \ II'W (01 HP. 11'I'HI 1 dervlaces PLolllDA, against l'IAnFHUt'Ol'STY Hurt, ICtlmt, .. .1111" Hurry II.Ktiomnn

r' I i,?ilda for six yean 11:: !wtn F1.1)Itllltl .. delinquent.; wll'l llall. Shollle Moll, Maudellimi'lnirtvav 11'V.. H

11.. Irving\ St. Louts ..IKn. whose addresses ate unknown U.fpndant. Mrs Sarah I VI an I re, C li Strlniff..I| U.

,.I..d.ntla. I Elec- M. Louie Plaintiff, vs. : y c, Viiul. you are commanded !? (n. Alnnlre, Fieda lleva "trlntt"I."v'*. Ma
,', Jmml. D.f.ndant. Cast t. |be and appear. In the THE STATE OF FLOHII'V 'J lln.w.y. Annie Mason, Mm" .

. ..native, of the SEC rnltf.l Mnten District Court fur no ALU PJ3KSONS, Flll.vid ull COIlPonATIOXa. having ."_ nl.a. )),.. Morel L, VV"II.t Starling I linySimmons.

' ,mil District of the onnnu OF f1'HLWATIO-l: the southern District of Klorldi. In or I Inn upon ant of the lands described In this Notice any and Illor".t Houston, Hurry Marlines' Joe Ida
In the :: (1)1.
:,t In Ibo> Seventy AM NOTICU 1IJ I at Ja'k".n\'III" 1.'lorl.I., on the Hill of l'oll.llllt filed In the above cause, sltunte In Uradfurd Holland, )3ddl Moses, N' Sale, Mm Dorothy
c ,"tn., ,,l the Unitedr STATE OF FLOU1DA to- 3lHt day of August A. 1. 1U44 bflllinf Florida, lo.wl. luunty. I Hasetl.: 'lfol..1 Jr. MUlh'a, :MikoMoriiaii. 111. '"y'I.
, : _, St. Loulx whose residence la n'll\" your written
,' ,.,f the State oft IDS, M I or ley. New \<>rk. either In 1'1'01 or by HI I.KSC1UPTION: OF LvV.ND Pen. T. i I Hall:: Mm. nixie I"t\"n. Vhs II p Htln. :Howard FLherding

. , S 1"1', You are to I.rl"Y. and tn "hn' what 1"Kht. Frail Hloik t New I".r' -.--- .------...._____.11-114 s.n.I' I T. U. !llotviiid ', Mrs. Ham. Iv.Sllcox .
I State of the( September tNlllr.,1 appear on tle or Intrrrrt you have, or claim Lot 7 Hil I In Now I Hull, Mm :Mnrlit,, K. MM vex, t.I'h.enManes George C.
! .I"\, , of named 11h. 144. In.. the above hnIn sold property and to Lots I. Ulk IS, New ------u---------------I-I.8 i Haynes' ileoritla Iv. : John, HMdltlnt'i Ih.Ckin, 1.4)uisIlughes

"' P'll'l.' ;? ..n'l'al l of the Slate. seeks ", uherelrplulntlrf show cause why It should not betaken I.ot. I. ; of Ilk I 1,5,, New Ulter .. .. 11-14 20 I3mmit ., n1 Obeil 't'
' : divorce Hiadfuril -- -- -------
r \ ,? County fur the uses and purposes Lots : 4. 6, I 1Ik J9. New Illver tl 3 1 ', 811'a Hope 31 ins Katie Ilavrlno. N. It

J I !'"mut., "U..r ot the St8terll"T. of Order In Telegraph next four shall weekly publish IHHIICHVltneBu this. set forth In .a1 p.llon. and this Lots 4 6. 8. .II I U' lllk ail In New--Ulter- -,--._-n_--_-...I.lf" .SO \\j"j : I"n. Mary Moltt, Vlix VIM, I 13Mlllx. . ""' T

, > \ my hand and ofticlal 1 you are not upon the Lots i, 4milk: l hlNaw Illver -- --- n. ___ .___1.1 6 20 s . Milton, H'n.' .: Jltrl":1
penalty of being burred of Lois S, 3 5 6, 7 i. K, D tin\ T .VVI Kiln
( the State of seal at Starke 1 a MilO. 11 lllk J2 In New River81.14 11""lkr.
,.u: uier of 41h. 1941.OFFI'IAL.. 'lurld. thin August claim and lntrn>Ht In and to enl Lut U Ilk' 4:3 In New: Illter __ .. 11-14 6 JO : U U "lVIi, H. Von" MMoolt 11..llk.r. A L

,1 of public In- land and< of having Judgment t Lots 1 5, 6, ?. H, lllk 44 -New;U -----.__._ 20 :Vlrs I.. Hunt II..v.n. 1'n'.

/IAntul/: "\latrndeft of Flo,'Ida. ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas default i-ntereil against yo. \\'. Lulu 2: 4 ItlkS ;111 New .. Hve_-_-.-_--._ __. 1-2. 6 6 20 lieges" John U M.h" 'VlfielH Iv.
AB of mild Court. NESS hand and offut l Lots HI' : -- 111 HutililiiUM, 'I'. VI. SiNnospu, A h'I' ftf
I t1"I'k my J .1 1 6. 6, T, s "Ik I .
Planer New ,
River ..
t/1.'I':. ..." of AKrkulllll'e'b. H Iunl'a., Jacksonville Florida. thin Court thin the JlKt day of Ju l.t" I: 2':1.: 4, A. Flit.; ; 'I Lots t.h 6 Ar All Lot 7. .- ---.9!-94 I 80 Hull'hliiHS, SRs.AultleL,3lanaxe4, MiUerlonir. . .V ,".:.1: I.KlUaheth)
'Iorhll. .
,' Atty A. T). Dr VI MllliKaii. P. HHeilonK. S .
it 1914.
.'> / . the *,, S-l aiNotice N. Ulk New River .
.. of -
I J\I $ KI W1N WIM.I\MH 10.1.1 41i41eInr 20 VHIIlKHii Vlts Shurklii \ i .. .
r' ,r of Florm -- 11 : ClerlI'nlted All klknUk.n ..w --1-2 I :r..llln'h'C. ." i Fl. 1'
( if the Htate States liitrlit ('lrl., Southern Lot (N t of I:Ward ( ---- >. Houston, I'111.1.. Share. L. \ Ih..r\.1 James
No rlcFl 'it--------------------------- '
Ih.trl.t l of Vlorldn Lot 3 of )Ilk 2 WinI T 21) jtOI1'y C. Vlerrlll. Tboma'; I. JI. k "
.. .
i > Ilallroad CommU' In hereby given unto al Hv IIAItOI H. Deputy V\' t4 ofr Uk! Of City -- ------ ----------- I T llurdlnir. :MrsHitmmett. T. H Vlaiiaxsu. 13d nit Shirley, .Mm "
I f'' .I, <,tato of Florida. cr..dltor. and claimant against Clerk. )\lny. M-3'4 '. h---- I I 22V : 1. VIuse VII ion, t. Slllley' Mrs tattleItultsendorf |
* th Sena"r estate of Emma T. Smith, Com 1U \V of NK ; 4" 4 & run, \
f :
Sauls, A. FSimmons
mitor d..e..a..d. John (01'i.t Slit c
,' AV. lint) 1213 I.thel hiiith
} i"*" ?I ,''If the State of Klor.M to file your tlalnm, duly ..w..rl to. riiildlnic, Hlr.,1. flank, EV4 100 of liltA' tl* ft; I 68 It to but .___n____ 81 SSI 21 I 11.I.'hl.rf.' Hen M'tv'r. SI'lt': "I 1' SShiill. J'
, with the JI'kMon\'llo. 1-inM.y .
I,0 of llrad- tII '
ford County JUde Of Counsel I KlVJIN ). All Hlk 14, Town ot = ::: ::::: : 1,1 ,') ,' Vlnrphv C 13 T
of .
.nil., 'r of the House County on eight II. 1'llon.r. of IhUnited Uiwley" West of Jy 6 28 II.n'.r.' Slmnili. U VI lies. I'\\ F Hhll'r. tl T. "t'
)'' V. of the State off month from the Crt publKatlor 'I.II\s. Sirs.1 .M. Mil., ,',. 13 F. A'I..iin.hhl. .. 1
l Court for 214I. !
Lot '
QII 61
of thin f'at. Town of Law ley U I of Uy .. . ___ \
m .
] [ not.e. or Ile will tj the IMatrltt of ? I 22 llerb'y' .\ T:. ,I It Slump Lillian'
nda barred 'Iurldl. Uils 1, 1, Hlk Plni-htiixt 'II'r. :
of limitation I I 2 IM
,, Judge.r .Ialut. do ----"--- Jimcxl. Simpson
unit certify that the II : lal..II. a'I.
W. P. hereby All N'a nf the described panel of !
A Vertnn1linsna
Smith f.I.InK ,
er, ,"':", ("/'if:
'oT of Taxed. of Ilk S of U 1VVI3X strip 1IOV' off ; : Amu"
1 Assessor filed In hiM t I e..t Charles, Jr. Vliinaxxa, Vlix I3ltn: 1..tlll
foT'' < Illy collector, raunennTVIN S i : of abovi blinks. also Nlltt' or Ilk ( H of U lluxklns, II O. VI a nn I n it. 11"1.., H. KVlurphv.
,'0'' run.. superintendent of IN TiE UNITED STATE 1>1S- H WI.r.I.H. d.rk ,1 \ In Temples Mill Dlv --- _u_ ._h___ 21 12 Mll- ..11. mail Mrs If Vf.Ciurlu .
I t'arlnl
fo' aria Idlon. COU14T $ 1)1STKK'T .Ht.t..s nl.lrl,1 Suutti Lots I, 2 Ulk 2 Ai Lots I I. 3. of lii 2 J'III.\.rlh.! VI I' Meilfonl

"I'I"'' \' ,-,.unlY Commissioner.. OF ,JUTJJlt'. I'NITII pro CK-TAVIA. of FloridaIly MOurn. 1.lvln".1 Truby: A.Co .f NI3 4 of N13V I i---- 25 f 112J HiiKal, Irving' Mlh.n.I".v.! HI.llnM VI... Hmlh.Ih.lly. :Mrs I':. II.

heI F ? Member of the County STATUS OF AAlKJtlCA. n""lly K 21 I I. I. .1. Weeks Mill Dlv -- -- II llai, rlson. Flank ,. IClnney, ,.II H.w.l. VV U.
fll'' IN" : Instruction. v. 1200 Acre of Land Petlon.r. I'FFIIAI. SHAT.) Lot 1 VV 2( ft of Lot 1 Hlk 11."t'-. Add- 30 7 12Hi Harrison. Mrs. iil.aVli Kinney, IVI 1.1 heL

...d, ,t <11.Public". of the Peace In and! In Bradford County, State of Flor I."a - K'-a of KH SVV',, of 8i'!. _1___ _n_ ___.:::::::: i4 7 U brth Mi K InneV, J'II i( Hlvl S..w.1 Mrs Annieliiirthilt

f"r 11.Mowing Justice Dl.trlcta. ida, It. A. < reeu, el al, efenduntM, SVi4 of : n, Lovree VliKlnne Sirs A. 13Mi "theleen
r ,Ih No. 624-.1 CIVIL NOTICE OF C'UNUEMNATION 1XOTICK I W."f NKH: W ; ;.,iI'I; 22 Iliittmnn, Eddy: J\v..y\ : .1 AVlix Sll,.ox, Mary Frames

, >;' ,'If' .livable, In and for the : PJTOCKUUINOM TC Notice Is hereby given to all> NW"A' U VV'llmer ,. TFlunk. .1. tnllvll. ferry

';rdnNing" .1u l! Bt It'e DlHtrlctH. via: WHOM IT WAY CONCCIINWHEHKAS. : whom It may concern I that I have K:'" of I 0 NI3'4 .c'w1\\& S--'f--IF-- 1.1".I..rf.. .., . .ClaraHiillliiHswollh kcfveMiKelvey> t hds. VI If

. -. a Petition for Condemnation filed my Final Accounting In the SKI,I., of SI3'4' ---- __ : I 21ZJ ('. Vlrx J. A. Smith, Sirs \hNlnl.W. I

,1 S, Whereof 1 have has been filed on AUKUBt Estate of Mildred Hlyn H>'erlv, de.- \v'11'' '. -- --- .- -- ----- : I J"111K""h. Mis., Mi"Clime. '1'. Iv. .Ir turner llov .

In T' wt''lily hand and affixed 18th, 1V43 amended In the ceasedand will on the 5th day --- .--- --------- : tlti I. Fllxhlon. CaewurMi Trubv, .I. .1.1
'trust' of the State of United States District Court for the ,.f September 944 apply! to the 'l'4: ;..r'd: Wlr'I'.1; 6 lluien, Vf F. line. H ,M Tlson Sullle p

firs; Tallahassee Neal the Capital Southern DlBtrlct of .'Iorldlby County Judge of Bradford County. sn:>, of sK 4 & W', of :0 iv4 _:::::.-:::::_::::::::::: 6 I 2 111..k.: Mary: Lee Mdlll. Sirs. Ethel 'l'h"ll.kln. Llxxle'Ihomiis

.'rU it of AUK- the United States of Pe Florida for Discharge an Executorof vi:'> of Hi3 twenty-fifth day A0..rlcl. 4 --- ------------- --- --------- -- I 21ft J'Klnn..y. 1'1"11.
,Ih' I titioner. against the defendantshereinafter said I Mtat.. :'4 of NK"" Irving ) horntoit.. \ 13.Thnmas .
I' IiI4/. .fF"K 'a"hl.n..1.1
A n named, and VT. Walker. 1.114 & Is'': nr I" ':' ;. 21Zi Html, Ada Mi. N N.

'AL': n. A. TRAY, any and all persons whose against name 8-4-41-8-25 I,:au of Mill of NXV'iK & K'4' of ,\'i; :::::::::::::::::: : : Hunt, T. A. MiCbllie, "'.I.'M., .11. 'h.rn'.n.' VlarvIhomiis

Secretary of State are unknown to the <* of WU of M':',. of NEY'; of i:" of Holland, IVrvlIliiiltilns Fashion,, 1.1111 DVli Mrs. II 0\.

ANUKEU, sheriff claiming or who may 1.111.n.r. NO'I'K'KIN NI3V: of NK'4:' __ _ __h____ ________ 9 I 22 Paul) L.HiidMlns ' II.n.'llal '1'h'urns1Lohert KThnmpklnH ,
T! 11"o.,, :; 'ounty. have Mil Interest I In or a generalor I 1 COUNTY JI'P"I''S COI'IIT FOR NVVI4 of NEt'. & NI.. of \V', & :\>"4 of 8VVof >. ______ 10 22li : : Mrs. Mary J'I..I"n. .1. Inex
:.\11.110' specific lien upon the real nilADFOlin I 'OITY. KIXIR1I. S'y of SI"1 & N VV">, HI':', ___- -_ _- __-_____ 11 R Kathryn i Francs. .I.h.r".t| : .lelinleTlxon. .
property described In said. petition. In He- 1 Kxtiit I..ll WayneSloore VV' of '44 of M'Jt': t: 44a ft of Si 1.:1, of Si I':', nf How in d. Joe AHustings Si..4'11II I SelmaMi r..rh..ra( ) .'

or any part thereof bv, through: MinorNOTK'K 'SW', T A. _I_ ____ ?- _._-______. _____. 11. 22 .lamesHolland. 'KIII'Y. V'olley '1'1"1. JuliaThomas ,
or under any of the hereinafter IH hereby given that on I A III i of St%"',, of :' l I Hi2.S .. H J. N,' ,, H A I' OTinmax .
VolllH( OK KLECTIONh the Ilth| day nf Septemlier 1044 1will :\ 1 NE'-------------------- Lellov Ni' xoni l IMna:, Mrs Gladys
In Cor that
ol named parties, or any of I them, : ;: A Il' of ""rl"n IlrrlH. ,
Mayor Jlonorabie 'K Thonusl'.rilIhlll
"' "rlr A Darby, including the husbands, wives. apply to I he R \ It' N of lv! being & by 11 13 .liinnlta Naewatlhy.t'.li.I t .

irks. Floilda\ : by virtue of the widows, descendants, 1'.rrYI.n. County Judge of Bradford parallel' with lly Oi r:. __:___ .. .f-. _l____.. ___ 11 I 22 San.linHmiKh. Naxuorthv. UllxiibethNorilx : Thomas, Mrs. Dorlliu f
thllrlt'e".d. In me by law executors, guardian, admlnistra-( County 1'lorld., at hid officeIn Lot \ 21 H. I.. vt' VI. NelleThomas .

hereby nil an election to bed torn, devisees, legatees. and cretll- Court House In Marke for per SKI, of VWI Ar 1V--------------------------------------", of NVV'i ____ .__ u_ _ 22 I 22 liiKriini, Mislohns A.NurnIs., llltnNI.IR.I. limn Be W .
the ,i-lty Hall In the afore- in Nc I on to Hell certain laiidx I Iwhich In A. I H Illlain 'I.h.".. Mrs 11"11"V.41
, l'' lore. If any, of said I..r.n. und lleK t SVV c-or of VVV, & run K3 66f fl thence N J. lV. ..
d '(I\\'n voteriTi the and If the above named minor hasan 111. ft. trien.-e' 15: 112 ft for n Pt "f beg I Ihemerun .limes, 11 C Nurgel I, MiixlneNoewcl ThlKpln. j I
srpteml Mrs l'InietJnhna
, mliiv, 12. Ittt for Llreetor" interest In liradfonl, County, Jenkins. A. O. '.",,,
w I.'I'
any and N :350 n ios ft, s tin ft, HIS to ptof 1.\.1 lxilbethThomas
. purpose "f electing: the follow- the Trustee corporlllon., corporations Florida, and d"wc'rlbed nn follows. tl V n __ __ t .. . II 2 S. II NII.rv.. '. | ."I", It| | MThomas t
" ffl err be dissolved the grantees to-wlt: KM (if NAN'1-4, except. 1 airon hC'/-P. : lo aIPenr end show cause )-'fo2rea said, Inrl, .hn. 1.:1.: F. ."h. i s ileiiiudeNewman

"nc Mayor llenora, all VnrttiHlitp and on Unud 21, Ml<" on .01 I"' nl'Jll'ltl.I A. D. 1'MI! why the fen .hnpl. title In Jones, : V. A .1 I INollnian Floy'Ihomiis I

Three Al'lirmeni next of aHlgnees.of any of the
,., it null election: J. L defendants hereinafter named, or of .f\\" ',. of NICi4 & NVj! oSI"1 ( lanI.fieennd ,'1'ur of all Hens and claims of every kind and such fr? .Iohl.., Mrs S It. NollniHil. Nelle H. Thomiix Tol ode., ItessleThomas .'

their predecessor In or of 1 ex. one acre In SW cornerof In said County theribv forever quieted and 11.1 set .I..h". Surahliihmt N..I. JoeNoenel Nellfl
Inl.r."t >". ln"l.11. 'onfrl",1 Jewel I Clyde I
N\V',4 of : ,. all In of Heriylohnx
11' 1'I..lon 21. ilalmx the pnrt of .n'h one
or any and on .rv
any person person tint II I 1.l.!
d..lrlnl .1 ,' rurker
CalvinIinex Not'gel, Mi s ""II.
7 H, 21 Kant ,
; loa '
title .Id and after the aforesaid return
Hen that .
Interest In or TW\,'Ivate Sale.Marnn yon; and you a.I'n.I on < Ols.'n, 'rllk.r. Mrs II. I l.!
STARKE to the Bald real property or any will J..I 1..1.

decree lames
,"lht .. olsen, 'I'rl."t.I
from ret Mooie, aif uardiar lie one limn In Bradford, .hu. h. Ti".
part thereof through or IT 1 : this notice l'ubl.h"1 I Mae
.) 011):1":1 'hiI I ,. 'I'h.rnl1"1 ,
> Thelnm
BUS-4t-B1H 'ulntlon publlxhe 1."I..k..1 )
and theirreupectlve of In
them them ,
TRANSFER or any (.lntv T.I"lr.Jh. n ncwxpnpcr" Ke".rl hellnil I H ( .rte L. 'h""I''O',
husbands, wives widows r In I" "nl I..k\\ Llnnl Thnmpson Mrs WillieThornton f
widowers and their and all of their >OIMH OF' 1>'1"10' '10iii..i ''IH1nl',1= : mt' hand and nffii,dll seal, this 17th day of Aunust /'\. KI" a velohns, .f .I. "" F:. rCPeirvmnn. llrniitlsThornton

successors In title and Interest and ''''',;" t111.3Notice D. I''ry.n., Lois C. A.. Jr m .
all of whom and whose names and 'I".tT.ut 10t.. A. .T. TIIOVI V limes, I3miintAlible: Mrs.. Lois IV.l .
: .
the .
Ix Klven 'that ((11' I'. I' Cluis J Th.r""n. J
And 1..hy of the Cluiilt (IJlifttforeeald. .IIh".n. 1,1. '
Local place of are unknownto Ail In evTownsnn .,
reMII..nce "'HI.I..lln..I. 1111 the p."vl..l.n" C1..rk .l olinxalt. W. I'urll., W. IIPiiilhei 'r.w..n.
11 C. Mis" Opal
pellon"r. whih P..lllo..r.the 20'irrl! Lows of 1 1.111'111. .I.h".n. Until VVlinklns W.
Long Distance tnl..d Htat. An1rl Arts of 1941. will register li. 'h"H. Hlenklns parks, J'I'I: I H.I'II "' ... N t"'h"II

proper conl..mnlllon. upon Clerk of the "lr"llt Cc.tut In Ild J .Mis Plvil, FJenkins Ien, 1':1. homas I lie
u for Uiaclford County, IMoilcIn the LIST OK QUALIFIED KLKCTOKSFor fins. A. Phillips, F 'rhornlo'l, VVIIllain
Hauling of the Unlterl States of America, mime of \\hlu- Johns, II 13Johns Phillips. Mix. ItosilI'eilM Thomas, A. C.
In connection with the establishment fl.lh.u., underhlth, uv lhul. of Starke. Florida To He Iluby .e, Vlrx H.l.till' Torres, Pannlw J.'I ..
ot a Itlfle Range for Keystone iraiced and business, Ht Ca nip General; Election, City Johns, :1'. ., .'ire Priest H, 1 P:L 'hum, Ju 11 iis U

Height Army Alrfl..l. In .lolnl. Said business I I. .liilins, Allen VI. ,C. A Thin, Joel T.
ford County for IlandlnK. I"I. of \ D 11)1) ,I'ny. CI V.1" I1. ti".J'.rl.
"orlda. : i 11'hl.* and Mnrthi Held on The 12th Day September . J",'kson. W. Vloirlslolinx .11..1. .lh.I'I..U.
Phone 179 such other uses a* authorlied '\'lilte, "t \ shudlo'untpltlauding. ] .' Mrx. Nellxxa V. '... Vlix Clyde

bv Conlr..s or by ExeciltiteOrder F'In.lhtled AIvulex J. MiVilklnx Oilllila, '1'"II. :Sirs Mirll.i' K. .Inhnx. Vlrs. Ruby 1'1111. A T, Teivln, SarahV FranklinTervln .
limlM ,
deairlbed I thl/ IKtll( of AuKllxlI n"KK..t U. : I... I MllbitdJenkins 'll. .
,11,1.1. .\.I. ., Cnrrle H
..I'ual'e In Landlord! County, Flor I ut SII.k.', Irl.ltl",1 Inv County, ,\. / IlaKI..I.. D.1..1) l.ilwunlx.1.:111..1: WinHiovtnlee ... AirsVlnnlr l'nw..I. I MillieI K 'I'u'k. A. 7

ida. to-wif All of that tract of 114. -4tIN ," AmlrcWH, J. \\. Jr. I.I \\'. Pdwatdx.: Ruble VineJjrnwnlee AllenInlins . Vlix 1 ,Cllllly: 1'ueher' .I.1.fines
land l'ln" In the State of 1"lorlla. Mrs. Julia : Vlrx Mrs I Lniirulenklnx II"'len
L Loiilmi
A I'I..I""II L..I.
I Tradf".. beln" : tiiifiir cut nrr. ll.01.. Andrews, A. \\'. 77101I", )'.'ly : I \\ ..., . .1 Sara I". 1'"v'I. Ned I'dell t'glow. (lln.lys' I i4.!
YOU CAN GET particularly rolowl I'1)1'l'1' n.OHIIIll C'I I 1" I HtmyCrnti I 1ppersou: I '..r.'hyA'lkll" Johns. Sirs, Fionlul.h l'nw'I, Vlnila I Vx111dU1dInMIIa111, Monet -
and U'4 Ahl.rll.n. ma S. ,I. h" .
(section 11. ,
SU',4. : ('I:111. 'liflel.l. ChasColley I LlwatIe,1.: I M .' nx, Mrs l 1..1. .
tlon 14, and the K'j' of 1'I..lon 2.1AVH ( Inrl i Cnrtet., Plnlntlff. vs. Ox UnixAnduison J. F 1'.1\.1.: i I J Vlis I Dorothy 1 "'"w'I. Vlix !Y"I D I e Atonxn
RELIEF 1:1 .Ivrtle Ildl. .1.h"1 I ",
REAL of WH. Section 24. 'VI good 11'1"1. 1..t..ndlnl. case :0. ,' Kuiilie C. English: ) Vlrs. MamieInlins 1",1. ..1".r"u I. J.tincxWalnwrliiht
Section 13 and the \V j SW'i :1271: ,AI'ar."i.. .I. I*: le"0ut t\\. .' ,'". W. H. l"r.l.h, I .n.IIIIIII.

farm ACIDINDIGESTION of Section 12 all Township 7 itniu OF prnurTION: \.I"'m"n., J. KA ('"I..y. 1..11.. 12:., Jr l.h\.I'.I.I.I"h. ""',''In.I'o'l. Johns, Coi, lev ,, 1', c,.\"h"r.' N. DWall. ,,

South. Range 22 I Fast Tallahassee AND .NOTICI) in AII'I'\t: A. ('', I Pied 1'.lw.r.I': Mrx. 1"1'11 .1.hnHI., /IMwaid: If. 1'.w.l, \'in I W. I.While I..

Meridian. Also the South 4e..t STATE 01") 1"1.011 I.\ : A Vln(. ntnilrewH "'arp'nler, 5lvrtlee I "Plllotl' I. Miss (1""ly. Idhnson, lloyh I'I'I'U', .'once, (IIV..
South. ':
ot Section 21, Township 7 "niter whose Is unknown ,\ 1'.1'. Mrs IMilliMvarex Cnnova. illndyMl Idwarda: , W. AIMuar'ls .' .ff..ul. Dotlonos I I..I11 VV M.
Hanp. 22 Eint, from a point where You are required to appear" 01September llattle 'fipps, Maud :, Mrx. Carrie( Mrs ;I'KII. 19':. I'nrurv4 ,\ W.I"wrhc"l.hlle. C.
line of said section: I IStli 1H4I, In the abnvitamed J. Parlsei, Andrewsella CHIIOVII. A. IdwnrtN: i I I. It, Jr. .kllt.r. 1' Mary IkN
State Hlghwl0. ; wherein 1 A. : ,
t..r.e.t. Court and cutler Vlvnrex ( "nova, A. i IMwanlx, tInlnsAgin I: liibel M
"a..twar to the west edge of ilulntlff weeks divot'ce. Hradfori ,{'Nrrol. Clemonx, FronleCarllxle Cxttx: Itiilph" UI I..n.t..k. '1'. N. Prime, Sirs 1.llunhl". Nub1o ItayVV
Section 21 all Hi Township bounty Telegraph" shall publish this J, II I I :IIH' I Knl.hl. ::1' N I. Palks. Idyilil" Mill T. H.K"'kll'r. .
Alvarez I ins
HiirbautMvarex. :
s BISMAREXCenter's 1 7 South. Range 22 East, Tullnhassee Order In next four weekly IxxuexWltnexs I u u; Carlton: c. M. :Ililuaiilx:j: :II.rf:\ , 'k, nt N Pullilin. 13 Joxephpbllllpx I.Poxl I. II ('.

Meridian. Said tract of Jnndcontains my hand and nHI.I.1 A .L H. Cooper, Itlcluird Ktiinx: Mrs (ilrantl.lmoie Vlrs M. L airs P. W.I. 1"1
1 1.20f acres, more or lessa sent I at Htarke, Florida, this I..x"nd.r.' "'. H. ('rawt"r.l.nnl.. Luis "IIKhl. Cluiii Mae lex C. tVnlnwrlght. l t I'., Jr.KnlKhl. .
( ) Those .fen""lt. resident 10th, ,AI".I'1I.r. AllieInderson Chambers, 41! S. Edwards,: i:. O. Knight, "D. 'L Pi ruler. I".1. Wall. Murlu

the State of Florida: I. H A. tlrfen 114.cOIFJ'IAr. SHAI.) ,\. J. Thomas. \n"0''', iieoi: '. e A. Cnrden, V II 'lh'h. C A. I J! V Pel IIIIII, Mrs I. P. J. Wllk'.r.' Austin!

end1nrldalfe2Lt4.Taln. Or..n. "Inrke. said ('nurt.Ally Iva: "lrl..n. Mrs. I..y 'Fermimlex.. Knight, *. II. V pellum, Walnwi, iKhl. N.I! JWilkinson. .
Hy''. IOI- Starke.. An..r..n. I'utrh, Verdi, SPernnnilex Keene Nelnntl. PlIPPIIX, 1..11.' J.
F I. I Cooper, U. M I
Store 1"'r'lltn. 41t-91IN \'I"'W' Wesley l 1, 1<7u1' -
Paul .
Drug ney In Fact for (" Pi. 8)18) || Andrews Mm. MauduVlexnmler ("*lark, Jim IsabelloFtaxtte 1<1'1'1"1. Miriam 1.1 TexxleParker / Williams, Nnt

Browning Lumber Paul PaterRELIANCE Cooper, Mrs. 71 M .\n.l.: A. O. Alan Williams) LouiseWluKliix. r
ka. FlorWa. 3. F. C. \ .Wlm.. Cumminwx, Walter George I". vl.l.l, I I3tml(0: .13veinp ('rte
r.AiiKtixt J'lvnn. IT
_ _ 14 22nd, 104< AI..ln..r. .lrn. - - A"I.llwal. .1"'I-.n1an. Kemp, It I :1.11. .
The Hoard of County Commix.ilonem Mrs ( W. .rl..I..r. .It'kIvl' Inlll.y. J H.Itoblnson. A. 1" 4I'Inlrs
.. of Krailfnrd, County Finnl- it '...., Mrs. Corlne "r"n1.n. Mrs Mary I N.I"rll'hmln.: David' Kick liter J.V.. Williams, tlerlrudeWalnwrlKht S

In called session at 10:00: ( A.V Jr. Collins, T. C I..rrllrl. 1.'InkI Hlli'h, C. OraceWilson i
An..r."n. ? Mm. Jeanftte -
aid. I.r.1 ..
dl. O..t .
A. M with the followingnemherx Un. F Carltori, H A. Fermra. V'ln.ensoFrledler illicit. l. M
o''I.k Vl'peksKlllingswortb
Alvarez H L. (Carnnslon W V LllllnnI'rune I ;. Wilson, Deo
piexi'nl : M. O llnriell 1 Mis, llnv, ..1I'
I I. T. Canner, J. I*. Wynn. Alvarez, VV II.Iklnx. larnll.l.n. Adiillno Frnnk, 13.Frame. T."UII, Mis Hay, 1.1., A. \VIIM. 11' Morrl A.nleK"r..n.
l'halrn"n. "lMvtheFairbanks: N.
( II. '
Iti-Klxlt, .
i . Ctmxtalii
wtth md T Kate J.r..lan
H N.Angel' T.
combined Mrs Rosa
and supervision, called 1 A. J, C'lrl.r. I3vi: Wlr'n.
expert The Hoard was < 01'.1.1 , ..fohnisAdkins HairyCoielollsoM, 11'h. Warren, Amber M.
Chairman who then anlounceil Arthur A. r.1cl. l"llvlw. '" Alii"Hit.
d* fine courtesy and unusually thoughtful hy the that the Everett 13. C'llph.l, 1':11 1',1''', Frank, C. Clild Vttlrln, Cp"'ge. .. h, Vlrx !Curds Warren Km'hl.
J our ... ( ; F. VIrs. orennI'elxon. 1 Wllev, ./ark
building Sirs RichardIisrrlelt i
economy are consistently : of expenditure!! Angelo 'urlnl.f'.n.. Mrs. lne VVoodrow W. Kirkland\ 1'r. Jr.Cuter VV M
b Nit k Anthony V", A Wln".rlv.V.
reputation for finer serving: he 044.1445 Hoard RX ex'recently. eiled. aropl.,1 \) .\rn"II., Joseph H C'"wn..1 \'. J..I..on. :llr.t Iris Nln. O. H" .., VllnnleHetlKrave \VI.I".lv. I. Ilelle
I, lint
45) Vlrx T. U.c'r.n., S. H. J'.rr. lrl.n. .lohnItHilicriive. 'VI.Y. 1"11. .
than five p..r..nt AI"xll.l..r. W.
: .h. Louis Lee
1..0. '. Carroll.onn 11' Mary I..urn
It4l-I9l4 Alexander fl ) ; J.A L. Wtul.r Lulu .
the r".IK.t. i.Mb. Mrs
.. T..1. D
ov.r ItCollev
L Wall MI'lh.
sb of Chaper Angel Mary I.
\ the vrovlxloim Vlrs If'helClild I"V..I.I. OlailyN'l.Ward .
/ II A. Williams Mrs
MarKery IIook .n. L
122079 '
i.DEWITT (leneral I.Iw. of.. J'lorlrl.Ada AI.n. { Hkllen "'. C. Orlffln, Mamie 13 Mrs Valrle II 1..y..IM'M., l 1. Mrs Cnrrle (

of 194J would n public necessarily have ,, Mrs'lln'I.( II Campbell. Marjory 13: Oreen, Marv 1':. kite: M : Itowe: rIYI':. VV Ilk nek I. II. It.Katiffrnu "
these Items file, < 'r'\'I'I.n .
C. JONES 10 be published In the local n.w..- Andrews, Mrs K I':. Cr..hy. llavmiindChrlxtorlliloii, Ir..n. A FannieOrlffln H : .' C. Itlti h ,'itrl. I11by Ward Warren C. lames F Pear'eiang
J. 1'.1.
th..r..oft'e .Andrews Andrews Tlrs ""k. :1'11" lieu I-I In I.rrg. "rnel. Peck IIH'h." Ir. h Wynn Warren. Louise
P"X'fr due Jew,1 1 T. iia. .
Funeral DirectorAMBULANCE r.n.hl.raton :Ir..n. Lloyd J Weldon' A.
"l\llh.n 11'1
a unan2Snd [:rover H.IIIIT. )toss,
following r."lulun AI"on. i1. H. Ir..ek: n"r". Mr.. )ilna 1lttll. .n..d. 1"1,1, Ivl I.VI >f Weldon' Mrs Mary

SERVICE adopted ItES(4LUTIONAugust Adams I I a., Hrs. Norma J. ( J"ab 11. :r. ., M.rwl.L.ilx K Inyhln. II UHaymoinl Williams, MaryWilliams
., A. n J944VHKUKAS II. {'Int.. W. 011. J'lorn.f 1.,1. Paul "
2207U Heneral Iironka Ur".nlte Alheyt L., Colson' nV.. .. !lthl." Haymond, Ethel '.rd. W. J.
l'hlpl..r Curry. LInnie Oreen, Mr. S.> TnexBrownlee I..wls Jos. FItabeck Ward Mrs IV.HUWnlder
At llsl.ei,
that If In 11. 4
"" I-
Acts of 1941 UI.hop '* L VV H.I."n. .
Colon I.em'lel '
.hllm. 1.Ihy. JosephineUoberts
Phone 7 the proposed budget forIther )4t& I?. Fred
."Ada PowerxOreen Inex A. I..n.. .I. I'. Williams,
Itlxhop .
of the years 194-14 "I .I. ( Ruth Ono.Iman.! 1 J. U Klvlaan Allan Williams, Jlr... Mary
144-19(5.( the budget m.klng authority U"a.l.y. O. 'arl.lo. >lrum, rank 1"lh. Smith
FLORIDA Betty Orant. Ella 'I. Vfllailv q
STARKE Gertrude Normnn
budget. leasley, 'I'
determines that th. lea inrlrum, M.
ondman Annie VVhlirham, di '
for turns, Kd: wardlurns Clark. Mrs Llxxle, Mrs :11' Mrs CorelnaIlIKh r1!
- or some 1.1 th.r.ln.yhould be op-In- llessioIronka. Colxon, Mrs llessle 13 Orant los "'r..1 N. r.. .Irllosenbemr Whllhnr. Mrs Fni.tLewis .
r "ratln"' expenses. five llerthaurefoot Carantsas, 1..1 <1..low. Hnroltl 1."K. Mrs.f 1. Snm 'V.lnwrIKht. James. 1C.Wlnkler
more than percent Lawson, FLA.:
.r..d Cook Leo Fannie '
((5 percent) ni. compared with the P. M. Cox, InexCarter n I. Ur..n.Or.w. John ft Mrs. Th.II" L.I..nh.".J Warren Vfrs. H. N

budget for the .preiedlnit year or 1,0D'kleman., "uuo IUfl. Uo"lman. Wm Earl .Illey, SI INS. ThelinaMm Huby l Ilblakv.. .Mori"Is \V.lnwrhh. Mrs. IM-. t

tur the year 140-JI4. whch.v..rmay Annie Maurney Davis' K A., Jr Ornhum, W H, Jr. I.lmh. Mrs Oim
C Rom where I sit. &y Joe Marsh be the Inrl..r. n"nn.t W."avl. K Orlffls, J. W. 1.lnyd. Fth.l Ilyn"r. Williams, Amos ,
.. shall adopt C.or.e : I.xrnh. MrM. I.a"'h . C'llut. Jne
ret making avis.. Lee ferryman Orlffls, Mrs. J Wllraham ... Williams I '
n resolution calling a public m..t.In" Battle: . 1.arby. C'ha. Nathan bang. '. ,\ H".n".rK.%Vlllhani. .I.'. .1. Snlllevv '
for the purpose of e.plalnlngInd Higgs Ethel J. ( Jamg. K. iymh 11.1.1. flay
It f' lames .
II" "rnl.y
increase W A. Jr. I'"t. It W.jimkln .
U"H""nt. Mrs
discussing such proposed 1)arbv, Annie Orlffls. 1. 1..1. DorlMHe Wn.t.
I In the budget and fix the IrlfflM, Mrs Ester D 'lard l.r. Wad. ors f! T.
Irown'"Mr"srFlorence > II 1. d SaraTtosler
BJ ,
ayls .
Different Will be time and place cf such me"lInl. avls. LuclleHi / /IrffflNalnrlha rfHrand, F Mjtmkln. LuclleK. .Hllev C Warren. "wev
How E't'Y ant, Mm. 1.lnl. vis. Inexlell Oolllleli, SnmOnttlleb. IRS Orady Wxinwr lah r. Katel"wM.n.
ndVIIKIIKAS It necessary that Bryant, Wesley W. 1.II.WIY. K. L.
Damonemnrest Mrs. Ham l"w..on. F. Wilson, r
some In the 14-194 budget Bryant, W. IIIryan > Verna J. Green A. J. Mrs P. Nt.rnb Nut Wilson Jr. I'ttlru
? lem. C.
Postwar Homes be thanove Malessent. Alma ., I. : II.rnh.r. }<:.
I..rea. mol. Mrs Marv Denmark. T. 1. Green 1..I.rKr., F. 1IIIr.nk. < M! 'V..I. fl.nn 1
I '
6 P Onlnns I VfOreen J..fl" W"n'
percent 1940-1941Ybud-
nidRet or over lurney, Mrs Oladvnlurnev. n..nmark.r..nmark. Kmlly Mm. f.ncll It. I..r. Kills "..I. f'. Illinois' l..lwin': L. (
(/. W.lurrcll .
to be larg- M.V. 111"V. II.SL Williams, Mrs
1,1' Oray, DorothyOlbney Irl'el.I..cln'
; whl.h.ver al..arl K. O :J.
Matt Dourly the Iltt1/' tbIDg. Bays l..t To" I' Mrs. K. O. J. W.Oreene I. cln. Hvelyn: "."'a I hal. Alpha .
our local cnI' chair "ITHFIFFORr It F: IT RESOLVED tattle. lab.1 1.1n'an.John M f f:. Isldor .I J.Langley .
ter. has been "Like a of County Commissioners .: fl. Darby Oraham. F. Kdward: L. It.rn".r. I"sl" \VII. .., :.Iwll
Mrs Jeers va
shoWa arhl- flre-and a good book 1nlr Bradford County itarkwlalPMrs. VlrgleDarby Alc.. Julia "lump. Williams i. O n
tts kind of before the '1'. lnkIns, Th.ln.1 Ora.lort. I.Bryan. .vl. Marble .I. I I.. .
A. .
Vlrs. Walter n.
glass of beer Florida. In duly assembled trlnson Hnklns. I Orandoff Mrs Mary Hauls, Mrs PearlSI Walsh.
friendly m..lng
Pfst war oue we're go _and a Little thin AugustA Mrs. iula Benmsrir >Claude Oanlple, J. Levin, /av. box. D I. Weathershv. Vlrs Opal

In?to live tat them look after a bard day's work. \, It. does hereby call a pun- Brawn. Xlaliden Dennis, .1. II.leKue lilordano, Vincent (l. 1..ln. J. I* Williams, OdessaWilliams
of living. ..194.I to lie held WednesdaySeptember I S. Solomon lake, oladvtaMorte. "Imm"o.HSIstrunk KrnestlneVVelnsteln.
part tie t Obey
a ,
Je squared-off dominoes; some things, that are A. I>. 1144 at 1000: Brown, fJllherturch. eHue, Jameiilurden Illn.. MinnieOoldman. Mignon .In HSIstrunk. Arvin A.Welnsteln. ,
1th. .
are streamlined like they were I Dan's absolutely clock A. the Commissioners'oom W. C ,.Mrs. riussletowllnir Henry Inilsey, A. I I. A. c II.Sllcox MamltiWilson. t
where Josephine Mrs r.
From lurch, Mrs .In.lney. Frank K
House .
sit Court Howardiiowiiriic
RfOllnnlg to fly- And they're all think tecndUonng at Stark In .the Florida County, for the purpose lurks, Mldr. ,, Sirs F: ..J I.on. MOrJffls ilrlffls; )IlldaBeaver. trawl. Mrs. Ellen H c'.I.n. Wilson ""oab.l.

with like air- rght home explaining the increased Burke, Callln, Henry f I.,.. U F3anassa. 11.VII.r J
e fancy things men of frm"SQ of proposed In Jerry lowllnir, Mrs S. H. < [ II A. \.nn. f. I. T,.
of MumuelInnrif .lunllist. W
and it's the l.m. eXI..n.lture Stella Douglas. Cecil loldmnn. I':. N. Smith 'lam..n.
what-not overseas aid of Brown; Mm ( Mrs l'la latthews, Swindle HannahSapp \ . llettl.
age-tat nul".t Darby, Mrs Chas
that ; Irnwn, W. nandal G. (lily. Fre.lIlrlffls \.nnlnK.' ..11 Mrx. Williams. CulenxaWrlirhr
H F I.on.
chnnge home life!l" email, H. .
oar HarvevWood.
ITarrell 'enmark. '
Matt tx..ndltur.i. O. luford. I.ouls Henry Mhll.IolV.. Vida V. Stern, \\ i iSOddletnn
Irma .
says add up home. c chastalnt NFL FoxferOlllls. Flr.nrsMitchell
Importantly.'Shucks t Mrs ( l.v.r. stern TherenxnSuslow
I'rurk.r. 1.Matthews
IA Conner Bryant, Oscar W II Nol' Pen Walker
/ J. U.. lurney Ida' Mae I..wln" C'. J. ( Mr. Lu.l. Jr. I.lllle Via.
W P. \\'llk..r.
Dan Mason. W'yn.
"it says Commissioner, of Bradford itrldR..s 10 I. : dl. fal"Kh.r.Virginiaitrirlg.s "Ith. .. .. H A.
t the shape .f a house, or County : ir. Lillie Dukes, Curtis fl.kln. d.l.e Sllcox/ Henry .. Mrs, irkIn PWilliams ,
County. ( !ll.l.ton. .I H.: Weeks
'lorldl MadelineImhmer Smith,
ten Mrs. 111'01,1 .
>uke" fnlnor .1.
seu in that up KwL Jim J. !ar. 118. 011. I.n laSmith. Flh.1
it Attest: HIton. M. K J. Hly'on" . Smith II
' ur home me A. J. THOMAS, Tlerk illllds.. O.or. Mont.lh.. Kathleenlundy W PHapp. Young T.
le There being no further business n.rl..r. Ab. Drew ah. f..rnn'ln. J Ynew', O Ullemlnuwsy Jrlatthews . KlmaHa YounaTheodore
"What Is it then?" Matt. the Hoard adjourned.A II".k. Edna Davis Karl: E. F OHarrell. 1. DP. Fred Young, Mm. Corn L
says t V. B. ConwaY Mm' Lulu Mue Yeke., 1'1.1. .1.BRADFORD
J. TlM. U.. iIARRELL, Chairman Barry. Leona. Ilmpler., lr..Ithoila Katie Z. 111'1.1. Mrs V H lundy, Jlr. 1.11 Happ, .
Fowld4+ Susle
N 0.91 of C S Copyright, 194I, Drn8 lad+' "i 8';!53-21-9,, I leaver :

ttw.n ,*.pn. STAKKE. FLORIDA

---.-- _.- BRADFORD COUNTY_ !... -' __ I _..__..
,/ PAGE '1'WEI VEI"t -- r*. c.j .u

1 ': -will make tbelr-:::: 1 I IMrs. U'KAHS: COMHAT IIADGEPfc. movements that and cui the helpei Cherbourg ] to !j: Pfc. Jas. Wooten, Sec. Q ((397) I R't '


Service Parade who is. a Holton Sergeant also In has a Tank a brother'De.9- | ,,, \. capturt-,-peninsula the city the of Invasion Cherbourg of I Box Keesler 450D Field, 3704, Miss.AAAF n 7DA

: :i11 It troyer Battalion somewhere In i' He took part t Sicily and went I Pvt. Eflrd M. Thomas, Btry. D t

of ftrrtli1. m..n fir* nwkrit to hrlnic new" If..m.. a... are1' '! \J"" North Africa and Bn. Camp Stewart.Ga. 6
nml frleiMlw other brothers AAART ,
J further 3rd
Pnre-nt* Two
I 't'ttv Trlrtcrnph; f..r i>nt llfiiMon. fcrrli**> mmkrt ... .1 "on. France. 1. '" from there to England for I :
pl..ur..n Milton I .
nrtUlllm.ASI'INWALI. One. ;
il > n.kt> Trlrurnph; trllluic", of thrlr nerving In the Seabees. ,. training before the Invasion of : ,
Mate Yllt
J. Jordan. Carpenter's t

!\ ('OIIF.SUY.U11ft ; : I ." \''' I'IntTY! : : II I 2nd clans!! la now stationed In France.,In a recent letter to hU parents -

Lt. Oliver H. Anplnwal1. I Maine, Junt acroBtj the bay from the French people

; husband! of Margaret William* Canada The other O. L. Jordan ,' he stated unusually that nice to the American Prompt Service Careful Driven !

stationed in Dav- are
also CM 2-c l Is
Asplnwall of Starke, wa recently I IIt men and when they landed

given a commendation for "ex lavllle. R. I, France the people threw roses

ceptionally merltorlouH conduct"In t! was quite a coincidence that on tn them Starike Taxi Service

action. During; the two weeks Mm Helton's hunbund and bro I Pfc Perry enlisted In the Army

of action Involving hlx commendation home furlough at trainIng -
ther were on 1940 and took bis basic
he WRit continually exposed over C. He has Phone 150
directing wire the tame time before going; at Fort Bragg
to enemy fire while two years.ADDUKSSKS .
laying operations with the 36th "1'1111. Th *y never dreamed that I been overseas

(Texas) Division, according to an the next time they met they both :

announcement by Allied Force would be In England. Now that Day

Advance Press Headquarters they are both In France they may Letters written by friend and ,, __ o ._ _ _

Italy.A be fortunate enough: to meet following address( .
four-hour artillery and mortar again, but moat of all they hope ,. relatives to the appreciated: \ .

concentration pinned him that complete victory will noon be _... .. ..... ., ,. es will be greatly COMFORT AND
... . ...' ... d. Robert E. Edwards, Sec. 324 FOR SAFETY, ECONOMY RIDE
down but an soon us the fire OUI-H so they can return home to I Training Station, I

,, with lifted their he and wire his laying men went A ahead.hort Starke. Grady I* Perry son of Minn U.Sheepahead S. Maritime Bay Brooklyn N. Y. Ii i FLORIDA MOTOR LINE BUSSES

\ time later the enemy fire WHS ,resumed
and Lt. Aspinwal] utayed Is among the -men | 94471.
iF Ki':<<< KIVKS<: I'KOMOTIONPfc. who 43 D. Maxwell Field Ala. I PLEASE PHONE 147
\th his men. encouraging them Ninth Division In France 2, Class
EIbf>rt Edwa rd 3, lion ofMrs. I Chaataln Jr., AS
vital communications, are proudly wearing the newly- Thoa. Carlton
)Jrestore of Starke hart
Edwards ,
,--_._,. _.--- MHO I creoted Combat Infantryman USNR. Unit A4. Co. 607. Bks.

I'OMOTEIf TO CAPTAIN I recently: been promoted: to the These awards, which Peary Va. UNION BUS STATION
Radge. 116, Camp
He 1 Is
rank of
1-c corporal.
of Mr. Fred, L. Beaver Seaman
I Futch. lion
Merrill C.
in were 5
I meiin an Increase pay F Bits. ,
N. C. and has I Gordon \Veest, 1.1.
of Stm-kc at Camp Butner LACY CONWAY. Agent
'J and Mrs. C. A. Futch 20-year-old son of Mrs. MyrtlceI I I jprenented for "exemplary conduct
: Fla
from been In service about three years. Camp 4, USNATB Ft. Pierce
has recently been promoted Warren of Starke has had some In action against the enem I Ave. Starke
) the rank of 1st Lieut to Captain. I '\: Most of this time was spent with I Pvt. \V. W. Hicks 1st Tng. Bn. I Temple Florida
to Brazil anI' As member of the Ninth Division ,
Interesting trips a Medical Detachment in the Pan [ a
In the Pacific
'' Lejune
been overseas. Camp
H* has In Tent Camp
I r.T.R.
since entering the Navy Pfc. Perry participated
Canal Zone. ,
,t 1' for 27 months and has spent | ,I ama _._.__ _. _. .I.. Mn" _... 'k_ ._ -
He took his aff ff -- -
1942. ucn '
ion Sept. 29. 01 erte .ritnin lP'"
:;;. Rome time in Huwall| Guadalcanal I boot training at Norfolk Va.,, and N or it,ft. otWHEH ,. ....&CHO.... nintc lautni rortT-ir, ., ,4..t.term .DIU 24 ID8 'U'I : m"DOW"Dt n' te On.-- and not otherwise. at Slcltn tb. term of *of*ld eacb nt un ch.e
''" and. New Georgia t of 11143. alticted for the Countie. oi Dade and OaDI. Cuntl.
!3' Mundl : (LAS.: Th "iU..Uur( District *"hali ,utono.n3t t. orto "nrIO.rll.tnR 01
Zealand and New was home In February of this under Uie Com.i.tuuon o' IUU5. ot the ot four nn. tJ eni.U>r from uniform countv and municipal ana eacb municipality town, log Attorney Solclor Hra

Island, New Yl'arhis only furlough since entering Stut ot Florida dm paw 10 Joint H._ th. P'Or".tb MOtnv Dl trie' 'from dlecUKjlor tba ano trj. claiwillcatlon, oi"tie. and other special taxing aLtrlc.boreafter DOW- said Counties,.hal all abolmiffl ol tbt Wll
Caledonia. ,lutlun proposing amendment to UimJunmituuon a term ot two >rearo 1IH4.and . and towns. o. ...a tie tuS created bv law. or wblcn of the Count* Solicitor dU
said witDin
'r, I the service. He formerly ( ol the t uit. ot fc'ioriaa. .na tim ol th. Oeneral Electino ot, oolwtea berebe to and oe created by law. in eacn of said (bull beconu. M
culled to active to oy vote oald Senator ""hull .free tb Stac.mlt..d retain and control tb. Cou.e tbi dutiJ
Before being the .ame were atfreea thereafter elector ol .bal of Attornev
school In Starke. .scpt Cuntl. in
attended '
r tau
: budgets of
electedto four of
membcri 'of re.pectlv.
of thrve-fifUiai ot silt the for a ce.m' tbe Genera! Section tbeu Countiea.Section. .
duty with the Army he was manager eavn houuc. mat in* vuttt. oo auiaJ in c.u.. ot ..cnnc in offlcj lorld. O. D.ld II 19. for toe.purpose ot meaaurlnR and Imposing 1.
of the state dairy at the oini Rvboluiion.* wet e enturea upunUieir Filed in office Bccrctan oi Rpreeen..tIV.. t t tbe mlllaue to b. imposed upon On and aftet I .
SIKT: IN ENGLAND r pective Jouriiai*, witin the yea* 1W4. .Pp.ov. ..J."tlonr Ul in aid auDJect toad plration ot tbe terms of tfti
14 Section 0 propertv OIDII.
Woman's College; In Tallahassee. Friends of Mrs' J. G. Holton and Day thereon and they dia deler lun la'tb*. Constitution that ol ,al.o I ; valorem or .. witblnacb of Dad.tbe and Criminal Court ol RMCM i

He received his Ma ter's Degree ruina ana uuevt mat. o.n. vaid JointfcteoMilutiuna JOlN'l mu:>OLUT10N Propcwing icAoieua amended read f0- reapectlv. municipality, town, Orate Cuntl.tor vni
will be Interested to know that ue auOnutved .w tne *lecuua: A :ai ol Aruci* V ol ttCviwLitutiuo Ida ..S diatrict or otber special taking area. tbe* eacb .e"lnM or tun

\ in dairying at the University of I she recently returned to live with 01 the aitat at the Owner*! taaecuoa lartov :aectiob ol ut* Bi: .i. w Marian '"lection: 4. me L I.t" sBall and tb* Count* Ta* Asseanor In ..cb of elected the on I. l 4S. tn* cl
inbr, itK*. Uuwwu oa Florida. T. R.It.. GRAY.Secieuuy M...i...WII IM JXUUCB .. b a uniform of said levied of botb Clmll
her parents Mr. And Mrs. NOW. i'H Jtc-FORE, i. t._. Bovernment. .jhi,cb acb aaaeaainent add tne amount ad i
U> and municipal
01 t uie 01 me State ot iTtoriaa, ol ..l Io .....u . ucb mlUage to tn. Clerk, o tb. Civil ol
Jordan of Starke. matak.Nfc ..... .. tt...J__.-" & ......... : .1. : and Imped by and Court of a
ENLIST IN N'VFrank wo Dwreuy give nouce ._ ........<01. ...."' .. : :: i.. ; oe tne respectiveUountiea u
of Hxton;; Mrs. Holtun'lI husband" who I Isit I Alfe.Lk.Ul. ION """ U..... Vir........... ................. ... ....c. ro.apglc De dei .molDt ol Uade Oag. County eball ail be aboiln.a4 0
J. Parrlsh, son will oe tiuiu ui eaiun cuuiiiy in rionda ...... ..... ... .. ... .... ...........,... pr\l e.d miaUlttnb. duties of tbe Clerka
W. ParrlHh and Klbert Erie Technical Sergeant Irrthe/ Army on XuetKiay next .ucc weu"11 the u..t UUU *t 0* Iktt. tu.* Couutyla CUr of Record in tl. CI
.... ....... .... Ml U.. Ov Ul ... .. .lr. .I. duties of
".OO""jf ... .v..u. ........ l.... .. .0 .. .. Couuliea ult tDe Clerk. ai itJ
Thornton, Bon of Mr. and Mrs. Air Corps! Is somewhere In ...... ...u..3O .. ill lit ill* ..... ....... .. .......u....,.......... ... ..... oIU.... tlte i 3ec.Ca 0 8t' cuuectora ui atkt. riunaa, 01"1 COl.. ot Crime* in (Juae Coui'J
.. 10.
France. He is getting along fine & v N' "'.tV* wr NOVEMBER ....... ....... .. .... ........,... ........... >au. kuu v..OI. .... ., Couecturiui oe aaaumed. taKen cna.
, ,. W. E. Thornon were among the ,ue u.u ...L JC..1I or rvjucuun ut Uiuttinla ...".. .....w.. ... ......... auku gain become part ol ID* dutiei
1 but his one desire Is to help: get ..,.. ....m. ..........,.u.." "......v..11 ............ .... ....... ....A ...w&.... ..."..... ....... A JOINT KEbOLUTloN Pplli. 1 kii ku VkAuieui kuu kireag ckieuukiki ... respective Clerks ot tn*
.... Sia
17-year-olds who enlisted In the U* Uie uwuUkUuuu w* tuw auieui "...."..u.. .o.. .. ... ..".. Amend section "ne .. ... kMd iuiuu .a lur in Dade. Orange Countiet ll\
as .... Cc-u titution *- ane
the war over aa quickly poss *iuriuM. VW.. ....... ..... ........... ...101". ...: .."....... ...... ?. Atc.. X VII oi Belatin* to o >.. kuu .uue..a. Ul yeiua U* 001iacb Se"toQ ftie kiwuuiptioa
,' Navy In Jacksonville last week. ible and return to "dear old JUirt i cuuaUk.WAV UV... rru ..... .........). ....11 ..........n... .... ....... .......... be /t..l. lurd.feraona Appointed ucot tk'B* UUW 1KU.UUVU ul tue Circuitwuuibi . under tne ..r'.la. .
A ..
from Starke. Starke" where he and his wifeSff& .... .................. ... ....",...Q ... .... ........ ul ........ *r i.unut uaia ..n.... lui luuiJu.uo Term Elected to Pill in Electivs uy tue Ciuik ul Ouuutiea, Articl. snail Dot ....lle auj olli
;:\ Both boys are ...... .... ... .... .....-............ ... .-.- ........"... ...........,..... ... wi.uri..i- .i. or Olficea Under Saia V.canele.CWtIU"OA Mitliiu' eucn ku> taxea kiiaku : u> Increased cmp."a'ID. out
----- -- ..,... ... ............. 1"111''' ...HUMkvauu kua .C.u..1 officer* upon WDo. tuco an duu
.... .. ,...............ia.. UUL MM .. -..-. kua kcivkk. ... uutiuaeu snail
..... be
.... ... u.. uia .uuu iutu .. .. .u.w imposed mall cuotioui
... .......w_._ ..& .Abllo .U. .. "i-i., i> luaui AUA aiAla uc I..V. uiuuiciukutn. town, oikUTlVt 1 i
_....._ wit .._ ....... v. ...w........ ,...... wa........."." uuui.u..ii... ui ..">. .111,11 UUI" lUUUMluk k-MOUsUUIlUk ... ..:,- OI oy kuy Ubuet bttXLUg UltftllCt UUUHuiuuerty Utate governed OJ tne Keuerai law 0

..... .... .v....".... _v.......... ow ..... ..........".. ........... .uu'* ui uuiouiusi B .U.U.MU UUU B kUU OttkllUU I >M .01UVU. AV1X1ol wuuiu eucn ol >uia couuut*. alter aa. 1 now la, or may o* A
.... .. ... ..... ........... .ii u..\\Ir UI .uw u ui uiuviu uikl .elat.r tue luiui ol i
...... ... AI . -- .. .. iu..11 .M.C..I. ui* vuuaiituuua > ..C. uik *
.. .
... ......... ........... Iv ............. ... ...... ..... ... ...c.. Ui.aict uu* "* .". <.. ..A.U tu* xiiu* t. n.ieoukicea > kuu ...1..t. '. .n. kiao .- rapec.v.maximum or pnucriDinn, i I.
..... .1' .
.... ....... .. ..v....'" ......... ... ...... -- ..... .*.......... *- oviuoo uuwiivwuy . u ui* ".w. auku u* * e..1. auy .uliiec ncou. U e provided, compenaation trom I.
... c. .e.
... ".............. ... ..... ............. oM .... . "u.... cnau. ..e* .aau u. uokU tua. I4UO.UMU wckwr* ol u.* wibbiu akia .... ouca omlecturs may lowever. ttiut eaca MHO!,
........ .... .......... .... ................ .... .... .... .WJ(. DOU4.A. Ul au. COUUIV Uuy dkkl.* CluliUk 1U1. lktUil.kUUU UI !.. cues aukii ekcn leuut fcv .... aeiguubeu I.dutle. ..ta* ber'l in
,......v.. ... .... ...... ............ ..-....... I 61.w'"..'..''..'.'.... t u.i.uautu .i .uui uakiVUttrtU joubiuu&*t ui* ueat .i aunBiedlUll. ... plupul ulllclULU ol "acn taxingkUbiiurlby aOaltlona .keawtaau taxe ov", aO

oN ... ....... ...... ........". ............ .. ..IVCbiUU.Juu . ... Ulkt KJ .,), **"" OUUUULMd iu tueu reapectiv. Uouutle* and expeuae* ol tb .mg",
_........ ... .... -........-.. ....... "' .. IU .....c. 0....."...., 01 ::Ic. kuu m *u.. A n ill m tu* wuu* aucu taxea collected, lurtnwitu, O aa may b. Ole 1
..w. .v. .. .....-....... -.. .....- ..... .... 1"ue". 10.JOIN'i. .11...., "tivubiuu ui u>* ..,.... ul rtuiiuM, uiutiuii > ku nmy oa ucuviuua uy & sutcn Commission, fp"oYe" < Bui
-............ -..... ...... .. -'" .......... .. tu couu k* louowa.oovt.ol. k cuuoubot* auau couecl ."Q atkb.uieut .- aucu oinei 0 een. COUI. I
.... ......... ...... ... ....... .... ....-...... tcEUOl.U-riUM Fropoamg. aauuumut O. AU. keliu ul 101kU x& Sun, auu aunli _I. IU' on* may be .up..or .uU.nL)
...v........ ..... ....... ".......... ...... ... ...... A tu nruun ui l.u. bOu* kuiiu.ulvek tu llii OkVkUClCk kUfL > atkbemeub W"'CI .w"u". Motwitnabknuiuit. .any oy geunrti t. urn w..
-- ..... -..-.. .... - .... -. / oi ot u.. uy aauuiit. uiiunaiuUuu ." til* lwfcl,e Ulllbtta U'-'iTf Ullk WU1.* .vaiorviu ur kcrvkge taxek kaaeaanoaurmg clai lawa .... provuiioba.
III __.. .--...... ... "...... ... .. .v. *. aecnuu tttukUit* IM ukiecnou .. ai.itui.ujii f-i'i e.wuu winy to uie lu.t a< kny one auoudai year upon.kun auau o. leil-executiug.U In tun

-_._....... ............... .......w..... ...... ui autM. ",,, "... jua o. oloruiuuki ... .. klkel Uui 1U.1 ...) parvoi 01 i...krouerty, knd upon may give reanouaDu *
-" .............- ............ ..) ........' I.UUTU> ol Hauuia kua buuaiyBlUWiUd ........ ...... .. .... ".-. ... lot ol perauuat ..'. kna Aatur. in* word*, pnram Cll
.-.. '..-.. ... ..-.. ... ....... ....... .... >. .Pl .... .......". kua OUuciu I I .el kuiui ou iMtueu tu .uu. .tni. Article aua .a i
.....-....... ........ ...-.... .... -- vl '".. uutt ol ttoixjia ut &*- I "ul .e"O "a..I.- eacn parcel ol tea.viopetby oy related au.
i ..
...... .... .11 ..... ........ ....... .... .... > vuuu>y kua ftonaui* uu .. U> .. VMCkJIClM ..... *." *4.U.uua ".loi.I..e MueuukC. year auaauku ture may oy iaw ".. tue l
-- ..... .... .......... .-- ....... ... uiuuutk VkCkuciuk la kuy ol *uu> Ulttciufr'ot kuau K. lut uikk ykrk UuuuMUuea oe euia ... ..I'O". a. aation of aacn 0..0 aua ""
.......... ... .... ..... ....- -......... vo iu. tint luewUty ktlw u tolIU ..".*,. Ui* uiay b. uroviduu oy iaw, kk reikte* peuav and *H>nduct "eacu time* .i.i|
I ....... WI ....... .... .....- ..... .. ...... . ..*y iu ...ukjr. .... uy .ulu'iuktiuu lual. AUtraQky kltvi ui* luat Auiuuk> U to County ikaea, kua hut oertuickbe* lected nereoy. aud ......... .... ........_........ ._.. .... tow ... .. oy ui. uuvvtum .Q Uwu. ., jaiibbuy uejib nitei ...... fceuuui*. uut *uiu. aua wuiuu o> ut* ui lurv- .yatem* wner. tbvy .xut UMU n
VIG ... ..... ... .... .,...... --...... -' p.'w. uy Uiv ... I I'..u ..... ee w.M4iii atkbaJUl. kr. vuuvwbBd into uua, ..r .... Countia*. knd may 1
-..- ..... ...- -............. ..... "......... ," 11 101.IA.ul i .* M. WHO. o..W. cuuvarbea oy ui. incpeauv* lee. kna ol .CIU"a .
Gl ..... u. ...._ ... .... """' .... ....-........ on.1 1v. otAl* .v. couutie e* kua .... piuperty aoia lui ta* IlciaJ. Wl"W elle. ul aaia CauDa
__.....v_ _. ... ..........v..... ... _. V Ol UlU WUlKIIlbULlUU Oltu A JUUil H t> "U UVt fropoemg uAiueuu pru rktk oeueiit ui enca uitetiuteubkJting ...... d..vQ..w..CI kiwui
h .. ......... ... 0. kuuuuvu oyibiuki o cuuu .. VUA ol ui* *kea auw&i ... uiau* auu .. .
t Si5ff ................. ... -- Biki.* ol Flurluk 01 Ic' kUtuority .u.o. a, .a AJUUI ikuu
.. .... .......... ...... .. vfciuukuuiuk wuuabibUbiou. wl >U** ul r tUCivikbiu. kua iubr loi a"imlitianum .
behind .,...... ........ ... .. iueinito .. .. kua penalties ..a 01 bici* viu, a"
| Get > CJclt } -............. .-. -.. ....... ...--.-.... mown auction .i U(am tu. bu County "' .. .. UUVOMU ka pruviaea oy .* biuu . ... ui ol uiv
nOW'm. b soldier. ....... .........- ........ -....... ,..... .o, rumuuig ui. .icuuou ai aikit ... U. ....A' .. ..I. lur Cuuuty taJt_. ... tkaiug autuurity tution O .... otat* 01 ruiiaiivuikia .
fOl1 im be on ............. ... .... .............. ....... ..... nci ., tfUdnua K ol uruuuiu Courui&tvuru ... "' .. ..... v. .."' wnoie it .._ k tkk iut< .e.. .k uikypurcbiase ia lull luic. aaa uiwlkiu
'' .,. ith to ? ere -.. ...........- -........... "...... .....-., : .kuu LuC ., o."r. I. laat oectiou a, ui jartitii* VAIA ultn prupeiby *um lor .. or oulureciuaure. ekiu ATUCIWuuier
: ,! W- con mO! sonds ?r. right OSdtl"e..SuY ...... ... .............. "II .... .u. ...... .Pt Kec..Q UM JUUk. kUU Ult vuiLUbUi.iuu ul oiUf a jr'lor* aua ku niuuey* aeriveairuia pruviiou. ui tu* ..u.
V.O r toweor ........_ ..........._. ........". "...u......... Court Ko-ora ol "..0.. Couiiiyiaua .... ....11 u... .......... aucu I. kud iruiu peukiumkua ui tn. otat* ul Florida nuutiiK .i iolfice W
toSifetSSA- .....", .... ................ .............. tu 0 ik ... .Ma i>u. auaukii ... aua Ui. *kiu. UM..U> kiuauuau, intereat oa M>uecbea kuaaikbriuubeu cousuiidktvu ., uw tiuUku
r limit..t 't hO"0,0 -.......- .." -. ....,._-- ... ua suouubuta . aittcitum uitn kua k* auueuuou .kurtfcu tu kua *ukuo pro .... u> ui* rttvpecuv.Cuuutius f.uikiu m luu luice AMU .'
I Yu b ...... dtkta 01 ..uu.a 0 ra.Uo.Q o *...i&ubi.. to Uia ..W. tu* 11.Cl".le.." aminag -.. aua *xc"pt a* tu.y .
.' Yot con front."i g8&j ....Q ... Vu.... ........_) 1M ...... nj ctiou at Ui. .uiai luncnuu. '' obkt* nuiiuk kb m* k.u .* aiatrictk. or 0"' ..._ ol duurictaaccording tkJieo .-. bU .UWl* Wlllb._U .o
unifor ..... ....- t* uem ou U>* Iir.l iumtday allot uuu o'Htfuiteouikbive* to u* uuu to t. ".opnuI ul. t..u.. kuu .... ui i-"** loulo parcel ui ..
; ,, BUY the ..' .44 Iirat l"l in novauu i . *wrt k >ucuvki or rejection, .alikiCMCUUU i.viea rui e.c .P" iAiunuok, rwriaa. aunaucu .
yo U. more .. ..Ullo. _..._.....A01'l a"ropoa.... wa. a, ui jvruci. VULL, k* kuuaawt, piece 01 Tjruimrty wVOY. ullivek. ajreteiu kiiu loo* .'
AN EXTRA tn.remem ucn \ l3uY ........._..... ... ......... '. 0......_ ". .ewction 41. Stata Attorney_* Judge kuaCoauty ..... roail k* louowa.oucuou bactiun ". ftluniciyanlio* & eaca olSkiu ekiu Cuuuuea.. auni dm.btoua anaiuu
sU ter ? ford tB lbotdsm -- ....-........... ... .... ..-- ... oc in* Cfuuiuki i.ourtk 01 tn* Juuti* *. lutue anall o. on* cuuutie* inky uy .o .. *iuuoutu ..1. .. auku o* imiMiJttfioy
BOND t ........... --...... ... ......- -.. ..... boiiciiun ,*jio court yt 02 Uuuurael Couuor coniiinaatuiier iu _c ux tu.iiv . 1..a pc. to .c..uiwer JA. IIM ...... taik Arucie..kO
\1 con fu 11 portl"J ........;.......... ". ............... .......- ..' aua boliottor ol t&* kukil aerckitexb c'ouuiy cuuuiukaiuiivr c..c. retain an* ._ taua coukCbbkna . Q
YOur 1P .. ...." ... _.. _...... ... ... .._......_ v.. CuCkiuDik buuuiy. qukiuiad) emcuyooi ui *acu county, "wuicn """AC. wyou kuopkiou ul tulk ArtlCl.. .1
,po 1IiIole'( ..-- -.. ..............- ..........- .. ..1 IJ tu circuit* orcouuuea o. nuuiorea ou. ... luciuaiv*. kuauku kuy muutuiuki guvetumwut wibtiiu tn.cuuntiuk -
,. ... .. ... ...... .. & Juutouu o* kk awtriy Uku. kua vr....... auty.kiter ...on frupMU4>
... : : ... ...-- "' ...... ..-- .. .ap"Uv. aua couufcy OBIiciki -equaiia U ..Ol' Kv.
.' .l / .... .. ca. proportion to ..." iu.twara .Uuia liiieeu ti l uayeuuwc. A. VIM w
.' ....._ --.....- .. -.. . uut ia ; .. ..
.IB" '. ,. ..-..... .............. ...... ....... ........- ax* *i cta."lu ol 8 Attorney 01 cuuuty uomuiiMiuuera in ta* oy ""0"1' Cku A apejciaM.lecwoa ..- M .. Obkb* Ul 'MMMia -
.........-- ............ ... ,>n court. olKcorU ..|Mictiv. "... *naui irum . to o* .. lu py .... w.. M .- m rut. <. '
JuugKk oi .mw. tint, us .... oounokrik ol eucu muuicipkiity ikiOk knu '
.. *ucis oiktricw. freenuiavr ui. wKUBCliuu ui i .O|
I ...:'.....:.: ": ::: .:::. .. .. : .kud County solicitor.01 uia* ,*.KceDt ouri oaiu Couuty commiakioucraeuku 0. qualified o. wuu kuau db.cuiiutt o* ouuiug ..... Auuiwuukiriuviuk __

.-. .... .........-.. .................. ... -". tn. udle and kfecamoue euiicitur County I arutuo o. .iected. oy tu* Q..I.t euct_ a uuajurity wbvvuer auvtiuuk. a ud Auereui .Uikb IU u>. cvuuty ulUU1UU.U
....... .a .... _.._. ... ..... .....-........... ol ol Kleciiuu in or* ol ...a county at au* tun. aua o*. or nut o*. ... witnmauca ... Ul ..... Wl* ....,
... .... .._.. ... .....11... ........ .... ".... bold at ue"'a iuoauay .1 pike* ul voting lur utner oouuty 01- municipality, tiucn *.nuiu.r.vobiug akA iTmttftrur ..u.rtn-"r U. rU4 ..,.
.- ...... ....---.... ..--...... to take Olc. L.., IU. Jauukiy. i4. ."r. and nold .U.e lor .DW may oy majority ... eiecb tonav. ui. couuty lui ui* ruilnM "1'
-..- ...... ......-...... "'.......- la. uret year*. ,. ..o"la. Couuty .u"1 niuuiciukuty cum. uuaeiakia ilig Obkb. ..>, avluui kud Icuuuby .
-. ..... ........- '_I _..._._ ...... lor a term 0 lour teuur* ul ot koy- m..on. eiectea Irom tn. ..*.. "W- ..uo or oy a ... majority oltuoa. ... .._ .... U) 0..-
_...100 ............ ...v..OJ! .... .......... *"Tb. term w .* .nc. oerea a".c. in IIH* la a. lo .. taat it euaiiuut ccuuui auuu, OLUUUIocuuot ...
'. ...., ........-.... ........... ..... ........,.... one ler..0.. oiuce or .* .ce. .p"I".d two yeara, moan aiectea ._ com. under .a... ii oyauca .".. .. i iauifM .
t: -.. ....... ..........- ..... ............ to xt uo.a uereoy.. .I..e.Auy tn. oua ..UWbCf autrict. *aaii eervelor vot tue majority votea to come ... 01 .
,.., .............- .........." ... ...... ..... not o* ol aucn oil" prior toW ,. kna laereaiMr tn. under Buctioua 1 aua 4 noreoi. o< Uauy : '! 1 '
.. ........" ........... ... ....11 ....... ... vacancy in any rueaday alt or tn. first " for COl year*; P.o mumciukiiby. iku. to c Ai uid ooiauttt ...._ U. .. .. ..., ,. ,
,,_......... ... ...... ........t. oM ......,..... to aaid Iirt.. 1K48. anall D. tineaot < Section Article ei.ctiou prior to Deoeiuoet 41, ... Ju.... ...... .,
...& ................. ... ........- ... .... ...... Monuay in .nu.l. uu Uoviruor ana ol tuia cuoatitubion" uruui out o. ailectea 144. luea in ..Wee aucu ...Q" a u- .. \ .... ....... .
.... _.....v.. .... ... ....... .... ..... ..... .p1..m.u' to* senate aa beretoiur. o.rvby. .uW aud A bereol ankii. b. .nectiv. .- w.'... .e....... . -
............ -.... ..... ..... -......... ... nj tne Couaiitutiou out rued in ulc l.c"t ol Stau .u... ...a.p..L'. .. Ui. .v.., MACAib aaVUU .WWA.0U..WM Ul **MB '.
........... ... . I.OVd.d Uai UPI nut tu oum. ui .. .. -
". .. .. I... .."'.. any tnaa untutu. : Ut .. .c.\ .ec1 Couu.y w* .. a ]
f '_......... ... ._. _,,_,,'IU. UlIot tn no c. 10UI" mat Q.fA under .. aud 2 QVDeol, euculection ..,. U.f ..UUU..i WiUI -
....... .... .. .. first 1u"a.1 alt. l. A not alfect toectiona *, ..... -
.. OIl h. .. ,,_... ... 1#. t .OlN R.U'I'.ON Proposing an *uau ..O* VU H* *lteUu..l Ub
.-.... ..... ....... ..... _.... ....., .v.., in ol tn. Constitution .. L. u..tUtuQ ". a, I, 8. aua V ol Una Article, excepta .......... .4, tUM. UJ. *..... 1..:
I :. .... r...... ............... ........ .............. conflict provwion Her.wibb benny repeal etat. 01 iI'IOrd. ..u"" k 0> Artici. .- I tb* kaaeaaruent kaa cuiivctiuu ultajie. _.....**lla .>. .UwaMa**...
''i, .... c...._............ ... ..... ........_ ...... In Ml." XJt, toectiomi 1-w tuereui., wei.tmg iu euun IUI..p."J. wuicn anauremain ......1.. WA Ull.Otttv* h.wJUaat ,. .
,f "...... VAue AUC iufbjf*uue i.A| beA ... Filed in State to .... ..u.a..u. ui Cttrtain a* i* < oy 1'". ........ JJlMw.aU <... "
.. ... oUlc la.t 0 u & nowever" tbkt at auy general ....... U Ce ., ._
If aVtavAkCle" *UMA A/ioVkTlCUl |O OilA May IB. 1943.A v..c. uaa* kku provided -" U> lail U.iU . .
........ ........ pWpUlMbaUJA Mat PfaU urange. "'"L 01 rioriu., ana provid city or tuwu" eiecuuu neid merealterupon . . ... 1..... ., I..,.
'{: biUiiwAe* Uub AIU wwUMby Y"iii oe ui* JOIN1 RESOLUTION Proposing ing iu Cuunne. ,o tb. Comoiuation petition ....u... iU AAtaioViiltf eUi.AI apAM biOiAAUeAct, Am.nduient to Section 12 ol ta. Uecwlaration ol AkMurnenta kna Couec. ..y. priur L vuca election by tea ar MCUW.U r.uoir
.A.U eMwi i..a**>A.b. auMU iMkve one e..u* ol Riguu* iu .... Corutituuonoi ,...and tujukiuktion ol 14u cent ol. tb* eutitiva tovot. . .v. i..(u.. .." .."1-
..nwfi rcwViu"u ui.b v*.ceu** .uiub v.._. tn. btat* ui Pioriua. Haiatmg toUouoi. n.cp. kna uutrict TaJie.. and parmitting In tucn .e""ull. queation oiwnether Uiv wwuui *1 _. .w_
....v.... >ouAmbi_t. sTiui-iua, BAAIUIhue ....... Jeopardy, b4iincrimuikiion.Uue Municipal Rel.reoduu and or not aucu .... ."...' *aaii .... ...1 .
........ 'A anaub. .1.. "
Aufty-isim.u Uwbuijvb -... Procee* 01 uaw and Ui* lacing toe consolidation bouna oy Seobiona i kna OMIM _
.......... .... ... .: 0 o .county, . o
mowauu Couuty ..... of Privkt. (Property Wltnout Jtut Uomuanaatlon. county t..c..r. and solicitor on tn. 01110., and upoa a uu .
................ .......... UMi Uie 'urueui (..,..., by Higut ofpcraona tbat ol Att...,, .na Cumoining a Douna auca municipalitybail ..tue>ck alk bu. u* iv.ea fuMjr wwBUklU. .., .

-............. "' ......... ...a '-'W\ID ....a to oa"I B. Uenid tn. Cierk 0 U. CrmlDa and tnsreaiter D oouna .y akia be. Oi< ...001. cuuu.y.wuaibta, .... ..
J UAt CUUU UW*. iF'IOriUM* UiMAi OUXU U Abridged ul Memoer- Civil Court cVTi tiona. .
or le ...
buve .Uie *uiky-iii"V i.i ki o muiauUie nip Non-Memoenbip in any Uioor lector WlUk .... Clara di o.. c'lrcujUK Tb. Countv Tas Aaaeaaon .. .... ... ....... -

.....U'I.... ...... ... eAiae biiue' bueuoo U....on.oe O Orgaai' kliou: and ( ...'Cua.y I"a.collector* ul Uaaeauu ,......" -. ....... ... .." ...W
.... ......IU. .....0 QI' uocoarg . .
"I> uieui Providing ,D.I tb. bligbt olploy. IT Bt euiui impwe uiu. ...
Ability and Responsibility ....._......101\ ... ..... b...... alepUuree .** to ly ctargaiaB. eaCeWVa aOLVE.. 1 Ul- Urll. way.. It* U otnerwia.uuuu u.uektt.1........ kukClturn OuUtUlkkblbUl .
............_ ...... IWf J ......'" I lco .** t L.AUl CUUktlbUblUU : tb.. mualcipalitiea, '0.. a... pu iuuctiuua laarui
....................v.. ecu ol Uie (jvpoyuiuuat RESOLVED BT I ol a-iorlOk b. aua ta. Ol Ul* 0.. or otner takinti -witain ... Ul CUUUby. _
SB IT auru* ia ... ..... ..
....... ouun..... aud l'wo' i.l| nB LEIS. aineuueu oy nar.oy t&ct Countie. tneir eeivicv* ... . .. ..1 ..'
LAX'URa 0 STATE adding ATticie XX ID & .. .. '
WHEN a particularly tough and Important job come _..........AUve* iu eaca ui Uif. nextbeeu tn. ,TH .", .&'UHA' to, tuio k* ameuuea agreaxi W.-. making aaaeaameute and collections .. .. -. "''. -

alone it xnually lands in the lap of someone who is .."' .. cuuie Pupuiuue) OouflU**, ..u4if TI.. 10Iu..1 0 Blate ol Florida, auau D." "'' r.ui. *iector*. aa valorem ur acriag. taxuk ur otneroutie ui ui.. .cuuuty". .... W

already doing a lot of other jobs well. r......(....."aw".eu..v.............. ... w e.wiu da.ol. fcaethe a' ttection aaid 1 of. Uelu.two and ol tn.Rigntsof cam* rjectiou l. 0 tn...n.4t for adoption" U o *. u.a.D KUiatur.&o. upr nerunder. out.*- tkkk 4kuuu ikVl.. Ut tO*icuuuia aUMcuuuiy ..oi....

lae uiiie ol aucn ..ppv>riiouinaat, .. CO."OD l tn. anallb. w B. o"Q L tn. year lele'l*, ""O 01 florid* may. oy iaw provide .D paymnt ..... ".0. ...
uied to remitsaren't I. .a. ..
People like this who are getting oAouia iue8i i* tar* i u to pp jrtioa .l.r.o -r.ed . *. AHTlCLJt JLX. 5.w. to toe reapeotiv. County orCountie. to. .. ....

'too plentiful. They need to have both ability and a sense of Uie repreeeuLattioa iu the CHIUAMaa on o< tb. .titat 5 ol QualIle lo ratJication .- Section in an amuuut .not tu uca ". rroin anakrjf '..1
iu the ttuuat; oi HepreeeaLaUve*. 1. rnat on kUQ midnigut ODe cent of collection, mad. kna uuuu A. "
<'UJ niibitity.. One alone won't do-for ability can sometimes *t e ity rvtiuiax _CUD 01 (He Ivegia* 0"'Jelol tnat at tb.I. to say tnauiogUenerai tbat IecmD...1... liwi. alt oouuty- Paid per by iam eaca taxingauthority .HMO, tut cuuuty la
*acure itt ""uy ot Uie tunee Dereiu aee &"Uoo ikk .-r. ot tn* Couulik Cleaw' .ma cuuuty ul tu+i*- "
'be misdirected and a sense of responsibility without ability Section Declaration of Rlgnte waa* to Cver c. ol collection
,tttOAbea.." atiieui oe tne duty 11 toeLetfuuai.ure of tb. Constitution tbe Slat, ofPlnridk and oraug*. btat. oi .'I o and aaaamnt Incuirca bv tn.rwpeotiv. noxiua, kuku ouu*>..bUM :. .i
can lead to troublesome meddling. oc L..KiiaLure eucce tn* ...
.a reMUiaj aetutoo ol toe LeKiacufe ., a property tneu .u., ocuooi uotuu.epeuuu . ."
this combination of talents who have been eiUier j f ol Iowa: countie*. and apcu>e Bection a. ibat on and after to.expiration akk acuuui .. . .
It's men with LU bpectiu or Reguiar tnesunp co IX No snail tuey auau aftar mat .. .
6'10D pn b mi. Oat. auk. ot tn. term 01 tb. County .... .
carrying a heavy load on the home front these past few years. Apportion and toe AD repreeeuunian the tiotuie; of in ttepreprecewUnn the6euate ject twice I Jep O valorem and .e.0..* 11*.. .and ot a Ta collector, ol tb. Countuw at Uaa.ano UlCiUkllllBk.. iu. "C"Acu. ee.' .jfA.

On the farm and in industry they've been meeting-and .......tn_ ... D..o proVla..a. I"D. tb. Sam. oleo.DO a I anycriminal tan.taat ax. o may o. impuka 01.r upon ) Orang. .*. I". ..I rlold. ." "Ia'. .1. ua.1"T.uto .
retfUlax Irirderu of riaufdcu &b Wlt aaWI r..l or peraouki property .... .a.el{ ''U 05Uecw ,0-" ele. time merkluu . .
of lit Uk..
difficult wartime problems production. nor .
-the UO of tb. January ou'ouuipeuaauon
isolving CenaiA*. wnicnevei auail ove erty, property a.p..l.a du. u.aIUG" oy way of a amgi. valuation f. dutiea dae !l.1.: uia u power.. luiiCkiuun. .
impoaed .
o WI" P. itint tae.ign.tea
> After the war is won. somebody must shoulder the equally Dean taitea utuuent auf apportionment of ''a. no* aball a. pr upon property lot eacn frJSg Ol couutjf ..
al HeproaectAUvea ia tne tienate and taken juat p Tberigni municipality town* aiatrict. or otner a -vi w- in purkgrapa iliou ..
big job of getting this nation back into peacetime production in the Uouae; ol ttepreeentative*. an ail .1DO' to opat.oD. b. special ""U. dutrlct, in Dad. and & D." .. jU. .na siuui """*"*? .I

of the groundwork for the better and more pro.peroua conuol in maJtina uco apportion* denied or.n account ot mem.berabip Urange countlea, ducn ad 'a'.1 1a .lm. ? ortn.0cM tn. collection, ou*, euatofly.kua ..."
laying meot in tne event tne t Kiaiaturnaii O .nail b. auoject to .. r"p"t' aisouraemeut ol *
America we all want. This is a challenge and an opportunity. fail to apporuon tne repreaenta.* labor union or Dn-l.mbnIIP I any and .qQ.ut.o.. by tbe County Board gS.,2 .?aUU\t.n-.a.crfa 8: 03 tn. county ra Couecwrii .
tlon In tne t .iiai" ture aa required ofCQka .al. oa.nlaUO' of ot .acb County, tkty .
for the producers of America-for the men and women who ameodmem :oelore ita adjourn* provided tbat jnis in aaco County aball .ble i U OIA .
consist W..d
dlur of aeCUD" J
have a sense of responsibility and have shown their ability cnent tana eucn extraordinary eftaalnno of construed employ*to** by Cite "tn a* labororffanivatloo right .rai County CommiMiomn "u. .on* of &b (l :r : 'A ,. W if. ll. in eompiwnc* .It".

to get things done. Gtntial Eltctric Co., Schn" dl/. fl. y. called unut..lor d to reapportionmafft expire at the aaail end ooioe oi collective), witbAm.Jnrt.RB30LITrlow or lab aae 0\ toala member munlcipmuty appointed or town irom in and mmcn ay .e .10 otb 'b. " propoaed a.ndm..n." and W* .
.mplo.r d :iar.uona ;
twenty dir* or at ail. until reap* bavmg." a population mora : Cur! IO. COU.CI- io a. .kin.Wo t. "I

Hear Ik.* Gaaeral U. M. re*;. *..*>_ "Tk. G-l A.H-.IH OtekHt. *" Senda* oortla>ameat !. effected, and ahail oon.idar 1:1-: ht, G'.sce 3.00 at U>. last c..u.0 .a Ia CWC rO Wbc .ubJ"t by iaw a. (lor general. "
oo Dual 0_ ochec loan l"OV'd
to....IWTNKTlM Wed*)Te.v.. _........._Way 6,0. ... IWT.CliUY I." tuooreapporuoDment lu.lltlon..", .. o&b.n'. b e.r. O aoc alte n- ..t of Florid.' Y "

Shauld thu amendment &e ratified >po ln an & tim. In fore pertaining. to to* or &D &ra u.C.D', m .&1... wt"
W I BONDS in the" General Utction in 1944. apectaJtectio BetoD 24 of Article equalisation ol pro. of .hlV10 *" .. t..
tu. .vary .
.. D.. "Khali be called within ninety 11 >Int > of tn. Buate"nifora municipality 'Id Florid.lo ., .Dau .- a" .
;lay* thereafter for the ejection 01 Ben* "orlda. County pop.a..o of 1 "1 or MM a ""11 &b .. .D (SE "aof a. It" C.
o J.O ma* :
.P ; M"C.
.tora in the fourtT-nmth 13t\Q1.! MUDI"lp.o..m.a, point an member woo .doptd u. lmA.t&b....,. a' To" f "
.00 t
anall '
GENERAL |$ ELECTRIC Fonl.1b (40 in t. and I'1>",,- irat 41at" CI.lf.atlon nl CHI' aDd T b. or become a of tn. Board of CUlt D.D. ". a. d
pa D.
Senatorial Dlatrieto*. in men pecialdecuoaa Equalisation .Da
Ofas A
. I RIOLVI TI LtUg fo U. purpok* of auJbtauoa .f.mj "H OMT.
tne Senators ia UIe Tttirxj* 11 ; o ... / _
1& a .repW.f prop- Or ._1& CIt "I
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