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: September 1, 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: VID04878
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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I Trading and Home of the

[creation Center BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH Sweetest Strawberries 1.

..Camp Blandinff This Side of Heaven

Official County Publication Established In 18778TAKKK.

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PARK- for STARKE Business Houses j I Resigns Road Patrolman Job Here Voters Urged A. H. S. Begins

Will Close I I Florida Patrolman State Frank Highway Clark Patrol of the, To Turn Out I

In which It has been a "park" In
many years Term
Afte resigned, Sept 1, to go MondayDistrict
>n 1\ at long last It seems that the City' Park on/ to Port Everglades, Fla., where,

roe:arch Street will shortly be Improved to fulfill the pure On Labor Day he has accepted! a position with 'In City Election '

.hlch it was originally Intended. the American 011 Company as

Dui-ne Practically all Starke business: : Clank hus been with the State IKm'l foiRMi uh' In the fit:}
.iual detriment rather than an asset to the com-
( It often not even kept clean, much less houses will remain closed all day; '' Patrol for 4 1-2 years! operating Elwllim .>f Sopicmlx'r 12.: Guest of Rotary

I,I\, be sine Although was the setting possessed much natural Monday( Sept. 4, for the annual'' several months of that time In Although the field of candidates .. ,..-. ,: Present BirthCertificates ':,
unified Labor Day holiday. | this vicinity where he was well'' is large, on tne surface thin I ,r
...lIt\ iralnage was poor and the park was located .In a Spokesmen for the leading ] liked by his associates and I Ij ham been one of the quietest campaigns (I

t )1 town that until recent years was not "built-up" grocery stores and clothing 1 !I j friends.A I In recent years Therefore

quellrl"' periodic drives to "beautify the park" did ''stores announced early In the native of Ft. LaUdel'dale.1 I unless voters arc constantly]; .;

t arms' much Interest and little headway was made.In week that they would observe the Clarke was a former employe of 'I' reminded of the fact, (hey miRht

) <<" It'' yearn, however, conditions relating to the park holiday. No definite statement the American Oil Company. overlook going to the polls, even r i ic !' While most Starke businessmen

,changed greatly. With the construction of a fine statement was made by army I though most of them realize the and employees, are enjoying

e the Episcopal-Presbyterian Church Service stores, but it Is likely that they Importance of selecting good men holiday next Monday (Labor Day)
alth! (Center homes will open, at least for I part of': Council AskedTo to nm ihe city's affairs now that school students will end their
several attractive new Church Street
ter, and the day. I: j revenues hove soared and, problem summer 'holiday"" and start their
"In the picture" and Interest In the park has '
decldedlv ]
Outstanding exception to the !! have multiplied because of annual trek back to n.If.S.

a !leneweJ general Call St., closing will be1 I PollsI I the rapid growth of Stark<< School officially opens Monday

It takes the women to get things accomplished along the Florida Bank at Starke Keep The slate that will confront I Sept 4, at 9 a. m., but students

|, line and we are pleased to hear that a committee ofWoman' which will remain open duringIts electors on September 12 Is as; will be dismissed at noon the

Club, which has had the project under con- regular hours, officials stated. follows: "I first day, after registration and

(:ration for some time, is about to launch an intensive The post office and City Hall Open Later (For' :\111)'or I i other details. have been attended

ark for Starke" drive In which It will ask for financial, offices will be closed, but becauseIt I Chas. A. DarbyN. ; to, Principal, Foster Shl Smith 1Ll"f
well as moral, support of the citizens and governing bodiesthe is "first Monday", court house! I A petition signed by practically D. Walnwrlght, Jr nounced yesterday I t,..;'

| community. We have complete faith In these women offices will be open. at least until all candidates in the September For Alilerman For Two Years The necessary age for children c cyears :

get things done and are glad to know that at long last noon. I I 12 election was submitted to the (Three to be elected ) .-.. ..., ...... ...,- '. ... .- entering, 9 tha primary grade I Is 5
I months, on or before
City Park will come Into Its own. City Council this Week requesting V. R Garden i <

We also have faith In the people of this community to 18,925 Pounds that polls be kept open longer K. G Duncan Ur, Aliithrrly Monday, and for a all birth children certificate who UnocOHsnry .
perate In any worthwhile effort and confidently predictt Pacer CollectedIn than the customary 6 o'clock 1.K. M. Gaines' The Rotary Club was honored. entering school: for the first time, r i
of the Woman's Club will meet with'ready closing time. The Council will v.'flayes
t the ladles DriveA at its regular luncheon Wednesday Mr. Smith said.
probably take action in the matter C. A. Knight "
ponse from every aource. by an official vlnlt from Dr. The regular schedule of school
at its next .regular met-tlng. | J. M. Smith
total of 13,925: pounds of There has been very little Walter J. Matherly, Governor' of hours, beginning/ Tuesday, was
A toj
similar request was mnde I .
waste paper was collected In "campulgnlng" In the usual the IflTlh District of Rotary ('l'national announced, as follows: Busses will .
j! Bradford County during July and the. Council In u letter written by I IK. I I of the word. In mom instances, I which Include, 07 Rotary run to arrive at school not later a
I W. Hayes on A ug, 26 and the '
Clubs In Florida.I .
August during the contest be- I candidates have simply announced,, than/ U a. m., the opening hour, "
following reasons were set foith: ]
tween the counties, L. T. Dyer, stating that they did not have i .r. Matherly, n member of the and school will be dismissed, at t

Co-Chairman of the Salvage "Many of our. citizens urn employed time to campaign and leaving the Gainesville! Rotary Club, In Dean 2:40: p. m.Students.

I Committee, announced yesterday at Camp Blandlng, and do fate of their candidacy, In the I of the College of Business Administration who do not eat lunchesat .

not get off from work until 8:30: hands of the voters. Most of of the University of home are expected to bring a

i a snappy hlo<{an-"Park could have done, I'll say . I collected P. M. This does not allow them them hove stated that It U their I] Floilda, and Is considered, one of lunch or eat In the School' Cafoterla r

ke' Thelma Jennings and jithuslastlc j timated amount on hand that has time to get to the Polls and cast desire to serve to the best of the ablest speakers In Florida, which will open Tuesday. No

co-workers area Glad to ee Irene Lewis back not been hauled to maiket. However their vote I their ability and help guide the Uiacuxsing Rotary's Important child will be permitted to leave ,

t launch a whirlwind cam- at Starke Dry Cleaners after, Mr. Dyer says that the es- "The State election laws require destinies of Stinks through the part In the post-war world, Dr. the school /grounds. unless he is

la actually put across that visiting Elna (Conner) SchafferIn timate Is conservative that the Polls open at sun- critical post war period Matherly stated that after World going home or by special permission. -

.Iked-of project . Sum- I! New Jersey . Seems that I I "While we are proud of this rise and close at sundown'\ ; this War I the organization wait still Principal Smith explained.No .

Is'' me we're really gonna Elna and Pvt. Charles Schaffer' fine showing for the county" he I custom U of such long standingthat In Its Infancy and could not exert last minute resignations

park this time for when (whose home Is In Detroit and stated, "the amount should have many Voters are under the Baptists Welcome a great amount of Influencn. having been received, the com-

rls once get under' way, who was once stationed at the been three or four times as large. 'Impression that they can vote This time, however, Dr.. Muthorly plete faculty remains as previously

no jtoppin'/ 'em . Here's Gainesville Air Field) were married ', We of the Salvage Committee up until sundown in the City stated, Rotary has* reached a announced, he said

their fond dream does at Fort Monmouth on July greatly appreciate the Interest election."In New PastorThe stage where It can be a real fore

become a reality this time 2 . Hear Marjorie Davis (prospective shown by many of our good l cltl- past election many Voters for world peace? ;; Andrew Albert,

ireceitainly, .111..11 1 .y feed: ! FSWC.: fro3htaJseaAa liens In the collection of thin vitally have been deprtved' their vote Rev. Lewis D. Halnen, pns- Following the luncheon hour Aged Negro Dies

tic spot like"thU'Tn, the honors for early packing ,, essential Item, but the large because of the closing of the City tor of the First Baptist Churchat Dr. Matherly met briefly with tho ,
urly Starke of today' . She doesn't leave for Tally until majority of our people do not I Hoard of DIrectors and the chairmen Andrew Albert, affectionatelyknown
poll! at 6.00: P. M. Six o'clockP. Kustls for the past several
ft it to our children-and the middle of the month, but she seem to realize that there Is a of committees to UlscuHS to his friends here all Undo
elves' already has everything carefully need for waste paper". M Is now what 5:00: o'clockP. yearn Starke, has Baptist accepted Church a call and to the he I matters pertaining to Club ad- j Juneybug, died at the home of a

packed, including a brand new I The city trucks will pick up M. formerly was due to the and, his family moved Into the I, ministration and, Rotary service | niece, Marzle Barnes, at 3:30: a.

[lly surprise parties are dls- tube of toothpaste and other "ef- waste paper In North half of setting up of the time of one pantorlum yesterday. activities, I m., Wednesday, after a paralytic

GpS as far as the "sur- fects"Adding |I will hour to Eastern War Time. Officials of the church have I stroke which he suffered on Monday -
Starke this week and pick
afternoon while shopping In
element Is concerned but I "We believe that all Voters foimnlated plans to make Sunday Mrs. Bateman ;
I extra share or glam South Starke next week. Those old
ard of that an In Btarke, He was 91 years ,
one really came
at the Jr. it In should have the opportunity I of Sept. 3, "the biggest day Named DirectorOf ?
ectly, and never let any- our to the picture i who have paper should tie one of the few remaining old-
Cundldates of their that the church has experiencedIn
til you that Abble (Harley) Woman's Club dance Wednesday i i bundles. or put In boxes and place selecting the its of service to ;, Walnut St. USO I time colored( folk whose biography
and under
choice the existing conditions many years
. Nina Bishop, soon: house whereit
|t cun't keep a secret .. P. M. were I lit In front of the Is for the community." dates back to Civil Wardays.
rty for Ethel to take off for Wesleyan Collegeup may be seen. Also the businessmen it Impossible manyof I The National Board of the .
staged voice in our In an effort to have every poen.
(Monday nIght-her birth- In Georgia, wearing aqua lace and offices should save all I them have" any ible member on hand to welcome j Young Womens Christian Associations -I Born near Fernandina, Fl.i., In

Under the pretense ofupper" 'in a trim fitting bodice and a scrap paper and cartons for the City the following announces the appointmentof 1850, Uncle Juneybug wa a member f
the new pastor
with the R. F sheer, swirling skirt . a harmonizing trucks each week.Nursery I have been designated/; to sexist I Mrs. Sue Batemun as directorof of the Bethel Baptist Church [

Its Ethel had beeng bandeau on her auburn- Lightning Hits those without means of transpo/-| the USO club which It operates at the time of his death,
house brown hair . Freddie Wim- at 201 N Walnut Street Mrs. Funeral services will be held In
and painting all Cleaning PlantIn tatlon so they will be able to attend -
n; and vowed she',iwasn't berly, In sleek scarlet Jersey top- School the morning services: S. Lu Bateman Is well known at the I the Allen Chapel on Sunday after-
bouffant skirt of daz- Boomtown with the Rev. Hale of Ala-
her noon
to dress up as she wouldn't ping Peek. Tom Hard, Ted Simmons, club here where she has been doIng t
white with a dashing red 'chua, a former pastor' ( of the
ybody but Verna an" Bob zling Bill Mundy, Roy Turner, Van H. for the
struck the Liberty work past JA
Lightning program officiat
posies Bethel Baptist ,
bble, who knew all about flower green Opens Tuesday Chas. A. Darby A L. ,
I appllqued at her side . Gayle. Dry Cleaners plant In Boomtown Cnrden 'eight month. ing. Burial will be In the Cane
iai Paul
couldn't advise her dlf- afternoon Alvarez, Ralph Alvarez,
Sewell looking like she'd 'Just I about 5 o'clock Sunday I A native of Minnesota she received Lennon Cemetery.
Y without Silcox I U.
giving a Raymond D. It. *
and .
Victorian album to cause an explosion her B. A. from the Among the survivors, In addition
from a Director of degree
emerged I. R. Abrams
G> she just kept mum : Dr. estimated Morgan John Powell, J. A. Tucker
frock of fire resulting In a n I of Minnesota. She to the niece at whose horns
|i e Ethel's surprise when sheLtd in an off-the-shoulder the Clay-Bradford Health Unit, R. A. Newsome, H. A. Lawson University
pink net over gleaming pink satin health service which I $30,000 damage. worked In the offices of the University he died, are two sons, Willie, of
all the members of has promised ; K.: Lawson, Freeman Register
[bursday night bridge club . She'll be leaving for FSWCone will Include hU own as well as a The Camp Blanding fire department L. A, Canova and Lacy Con- Press and the Departmentof Starke, and, La Verna of Aiachuu.

iStthered, on the Demorest of these days . Much to nurse's attention to children entering was called but was un Mathematics at the University -

singing 'Happy Birthday"She the regret, of many of the Blan- the Church Nursery Schoolto able to extinguish: the flame, evidently -I way.Anyone who needs assistance j I and since then has been Girl Scout Meeting
who frequent the Jr. In the Rectoryof fed by dry cleaning chemicals Business and Industrial Girls'
dIng boys Tuesday church
[ was go flabbergasted open / reaching |I Ii
' Church. released by the explosion, and ,,1/1 Secretary at the YWCA In Racine The local Girl Scout Troop,
'An' Club dances. the Episcopal member of this
be I contact a
persuaded to get i I
the plant was completely des- com-I' WIs. She Joined. tha USO which has been disbanded, during
the to Rev. Grover All- mittee and transportation'
car for
the longestt The B. F.. IlarveyH, complete According troyed.T. I Division of the National YWCAIn the summer months, will hold its
j! time member of the committee furnlshei,! to and from the mornIng ]
with cunning youngster and year- !son, a the school, plans are L. Sanders, manager of the services. January of this year. I first meeting of the fail; on Wednesday
old cocker, .Gingerbread, are just sponsoring would rebuild Mrs. Bateman succeeds Mlxa afternoon, Sept 6, 3 p. m. fj
haying plant, said they A of the morning worshIp
nicely, equipment portion
refreshing to see ArlIne back from a fortnight's trip to progressing and attendants Immediately.The hour will be devoted to Sara Reed who recently resigned, at the Episcopal Church rectory. ;
town from New York and . the first vacation been secured! ; '
New York City
| the usa dance Saturday Bryan's had In three long engaged to carry on the project. damage Included the loss meeting the pastor unit bis family 11.

Looking more exotic at the Starke depot e Mrs.\ Seymour Burdett, and Mrs of a large amount of soldier'sclothing an I years swele- Plank will be paid work- / which had been gathered I: every visitor and every strangers I
plmtlcated than ever In report one Milton
Md earrings and black even- And jant they time . Believe It or not ers In addition to many Interested, ,, from Post Exchanges: at the Camp i I i cordially, Invited to attend the I Ii i
.e's who have late Saturday t |i services of the clay
Also spotted at the aryan says from now on his family and talented people; ( Mate Starke
1 .lrlan Love (currently la all for "Northern Cooking"And volunteered to assist, Mr. Alison j/ Officials of the church I'

I? Pit Keene) and Intrlguthe . coming from a dyed-in- said. St. Mark's Sponsors that Mr. Halnen Is among ministers the.
consecrated : r
most able and
GI's with her sprightly the-wool son of the South, ain't After the opening week, the and ,! Girls
Lawn Suppers of the Florida Baptists ,
"of China and other far that sumpln'. . Oddest Incident school will be In session each the church mottt
I I they consider I
I'M has inhabited Rob- train trip up Bryan through Friday from 9 I.
M In the :Monday i A series of lawn suppers sponsored fortunate in securing his services -
'bitfield back from a sum- 1 saye. Is his experience sleeping a. m until 2:39: p. m. But because I, by members of the Woman's! at this time. Cousins, 'fy

!lon at FSCW for ,a few I I With Gingerbread (the Spaniel) the school Is being designed I II I l Auxiliary of St. Mark's Epl copal The church has been withouta e

nf relaxing before starting . And la an upper berth, to i primarily to assist the working :: Church will begin next Wed regular minister since the resignation In WavesThe

Lewis the fall) term IHear I I boot! . I( mother, a serious effort will be nesday. Sept. 6. of the Rev. A. E. Light- t
hoc taken unto him- made to aid her further by extending I I ,
Supper will be served at 6:30: foot several months) ago. Mr.
wife and they are now hap Worth a long. look Is the In- i the hours until late afternoon ,, o'clock for II a plate and the Llghtfoot accepted a pastorate In
l cated ai 1202 Poplar Blvd., clock and smoking stand If requests to that: effect are
tricate j main course for next. Wednesday I Jackllonvllle.I and blue
n,3.lIs< More details later. la the Bradford Hardware show 'I I made, Mr. Alison explained. I will be chicken and dumplings.

window . It was'made by i The school l will be run on a Homemade pumpkin pie will be uniforms worn by Uncle f t ,
Gassett Catlstreeter.: basis and enrollment will Ration Board Sam'sV A VfoS: are here
Pfc. Davis I monthly the tempting dessert. I rj"r
th"'f! ynung'ters of today I from .empty shell on the battle- be limited to approximately 23. The suppers will .be served on Issues Notice modeled to advantage by I
.tile independent ones! . I field somewhere In the Applications for entrance may the parish lawn. I I local girls Evelyn Lecln "

'tat 7 Kaspar: Duncan, upandi t i Pacific . Certainly represents be made by writing to the Church New applications for ration and Ethel Zevln, cousins -
. .
{ IOYl'a.old Starkelte took a heap of skill and patience Nursery School Box 487, Starke, Absentee books.( All well as applications I now serving In the

"hlle l waiting between trains and Mrs Pate Gassett! last week Church Service Center.Public Until SeptBI.\: duplicates of lost, destroyed vice. Evelyn Lecln, Seaman
Mol- the future,
lor In
missing stolen books will
been -
. from camp at Clay- . If you've I '\( 2-c, Is the daughter L
'a., from around the Snack Absentee ballots will be accepted be taken/ only on Wednesdays and
bra pointed Seems the ,camp lie Snyder recently, there's a good reason MeetingThe i : for official count throughFriday I Fridays, W L. Blair, Secretary of Mr. and Mra. IlIa-
the right Bar I
out to her I Johns board, an- dore Lecln I of Starke. e
ln Atlanta but didn't wait , She's been up Board of County Commissioners ?. Sept. 8 8'Clerk Carl of, the local ration
thaI the preparations for the open- said this! week nounced this week. I An experienced photographer n
In meeting 1
boys actually got neck has called a public s
e train There was a ing of that swanky new spot on. for Wednesday, Sept. 6, at No ballots will be mailed out It wan necessary to limit these I, she Is now ft / 'L't11rt'a.
. week
lllatter The Bamboo voter call applications to two days a to the
of a four or five Temple Ave.- m. for the purpose of explainIng but any qualified may assigned photo-
*alt, ao KaaPa and another 10 a. the proposed increased at the Clerk's office In the City In an endeavor to lessen the Interruptions graphic laboratory at the Philadelphia Navy Yard. Ethel Zevln

r-old Pal decided to ,see Well, . Guess that about of expenditure the 1944- Hall and obtain a ballot If It Is that hamper the efficient daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Zevln of Starke ls stationed at +

(!It, of Atlanta They winds up the littleSoblack book. . items 45 budget. The meeting will beheld Inconvenient for him to come to operation of the board are Asbury Park. N. J.. where she U doing clerical work. Both girls fi

'It wt and got back to for this time In tbe commissioner roomin I the polls on Sept. 12 Mr. Johns now that fuel oil applications said. took their baste training at Hunter College, N. Y.
lit Mr. Blair
next taken,
track lust In time . See you In the Carolyn.. the courthouse. said. being
than I
some of us adults

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J' }i wasn't exactly laid down In the money .ng to school. I think :

t;}1 THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH regular routine of school work. I'll quit He is a sweet little I Theatre Views and News ::9I

She did that very little thing boy. They are looking forwardto
I'lti{ {;
$ ',10'; ':", Established 1877 with a 42-inch hickory switch: and my furlough In December. i I

//M: .ff E. I. Matthews: ________u____ Editor and Owner I graduated then In vocal music, Hazel Padgett writes that life I Tom Sawyer ;allli
i ,i oratory calisthenics and fancy !Is so happy. She recently visited Deanna Durbin Fredric March Finn.The. IiUCkl ,

j 1.:1:1 "', Class. Matter dancing. I still think she madea her sister in Middleburg. film
.: : I'ublhthpd"etkly on Fridays and Entered an Second /goes ,. ,
a .,', ''I''I .!; at the Pout Office at Stark Florida. mistake somehow for she said They all tell me the roads have how the advem,,,. ,ng Sho,
to begin with "If haven't lark Twain'At ?
,1\ '" you washed out badly but Mr. Saun- Makes Drama As the
.: ; beer taught at home, someone ders win soon fix them up. They so Intrigue Twain that hi II, ,I"
J has neglected a duty and tome,..' count on him and he never fails. away from his
.. '" one's going to be punished right' Lois Onteen, the trustee's a printer apprent1cehi .
ParkDeanna FloridaThe learn t,
:!. t W&CJ3Y @ now!" Then Instead of flogging I daughter, says she had been toa Debut at comes a full fledge,,navlplI
.1JJ" Father or Mother she Just beat 4-H Camp. She says Irvin his own steamer, Pilot, t ,
1 : ; I of Mark doom
for saga :
\ -; the neat out of Father's breeches Padgett Is moving to Middleburg Durbin falls In love with ht r
.. 0 Qi' that I happened to be wearing Hollywood's top singing Twain, a typically American storyof the Pholor
...,; : ; I so Ruth will go to school there. years of a beautiful gird,
-A.0 I that day while Mother was patch- AncII Carter Is still out In the atar. now emerges as one of the this country's beloved and famous don, played by Olivia
i'' Ing where Father had screen's top-ranking actresses as o-star:
my own Pacific. He says there are Wacs humorist forms the back- Smith of his A'
<.:::.J .. $ '" ..4ft' ",, ;;Ifl".J episode.As 1111 Rob Carter's son and stoppedat Holiday is said to prove beyonda to make this for 111
i by LHARR'LL": well as I remember that' the school house to say good- doubt that she can hold her own be shown at the Florida The- recording of a possible sad OJ

XI 1 was a number one, first class, bye a year ago last spring. In any company of dramatic ac atre Saturday midnight Sundayand test which Inadvertently j
.J Lots has been Bald and written wore a dress with a collar ao laun
{ ; r -and little, If anything: i high It propped her ears up. But triple A flogging he gave me At present I am happy. I can't tresses. Monday. him on the road to( literal
very This film, adapted from Som )I
and in honest that Is
tit ,FJ .' done- -about "minor delinquency". I when Jack Frost went north for my opinion tell more except that whereverI erset Maugham's novel of the Starring Frederic March In the Featured on the Jong lad

:' If we did a little Investigating Itt I the summer and hot weather just what some of the young am I'll keep In touch with you. same title, tells a story within a title role, "The Adventures of I posing list of support! pJ
folks today (both male and female -
I God bless all. I are Donald
jt It should be eased In almost overnight, MinnI you Crisp
r believe we'd agree ) need every once In a whileto story and presents Deanna In a Mark Twain" tells of his boyhood !I Alan i Iial
4 termed "major" and not "minor". I Bessie came to school: in a thin, of Aubrey Smith. John
make Sunday school scholarsout e S. a. 1 a. e dual characterization-that a against a Mississippi back-I'I Bill
'' of lace-trimmed, be-frllled, low-neck Y. Henry, Robe-
5'j It's not exactly all the fault entertainer and Barrall\\'
cafe a
1i I of them Instead of Inmates worldly
shirt waist that showed off her ground of his friendship with Hampden and
Vie, young folk but rather WoodlawnIly ReynaII
of public Institutions that cater j charming bride whose world collapses -
f good looks like nobody's business
/their parents and teachers. to the wicked. about her when her hus-
I can remember the days when She was a Bible scholar and rend Mm. M 'rle IUfu o band of six months commits mur-
a few verses from the Scripture Then too If a few of us old . . .
1 school marm taught a whole e e e e a e. der. It will occupy the screen at
every morning then during folks were punished for our child-
;,9 lots more than what was merely school hours-she'd often refer to j ren's misdeeds and were well Church Services will be held at the Park Theatre for three days II
starting Sunday.
I found In books. Take for Instance what she'd read. 'I' dusted with a 42-inch hickoryonce the Woodlawn Baptist Church Fla>hbak

r s t Miss i Bessie a forceful Now I was Just turning twelve In a while perhaps we'd soon each Sunday. Sunday School: be- I The film Introduces Deanna
I catch on to what is needed to re- gins at 10:30: a. m followed by
'? young lady who left a very Indelible and as no occasion had ever singing a torch song In a tawdry MIDNIGHT SATURDAY
I duce juvenile delinquency to a preaching 11 o'clock.: The
d at
mind arisen at home J New Orleans cafe, and reveals her
; Impression on my ( for Mother to Instruct -
;. of what It Is
mere one percent Young People's Meeting begins at
i'' II' (to say nothing of my hide). me differently I "peeped" i now. 7:30: p. m., followed by the even- I earlier years In flash-backs as SUNDAY, MONDAY Sept. 3rd., 4&IADVENTURES
: ;;i ' During the latter part of the (If you get the Idea) and Miss Ing services at 8 o'clock, Come she relates the story of her life

1 :j:, winter the weather had been extremely Bessie decided that It was high S . . e e e e e . and bring someone with you. to a young Army lieutenant. ,

4 ... chilly and Miss Bexale time to give me a lesson that The Rev. and Mrs. E M. Teter Songs In the picture are held
': ' I Clay Hill to a minimum. There are only
.& $' and children of Jacksonville spent
'1: two Irving Berlin's "Always"which -
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Lewis
IJy Pvt. Lura Burgeon the star sings twice-and

!". : Want to Jet Kid oft J&om Atoney ? Maxwell Field Ala. Rafuse.Mist Eunice Wllkson of Jack- an"Spring original Will by Be Frank A Little Loesser Late -of-

S e e e S s a e e . sonville visited her parents Mr. "
This Year. However these num-
f: ,/'' s, l Then become Involved in an accident without being One thing the service does to weekend.Mrs.and Mrs.. B. L. Wilkson last bers are made outstanding by the
'a people is to make them appre- fact that Deanna sings them In MARK TWAINFREDRIC
:':;'s covered by insurance. Protect yourself with good ciate home -and loved ones and Jeff Davis and son of Ft. a torch style never before employed -

;l i. Automobile and Accident Insurance. ok,. scenes 'when faraway from Myers were visiting her sister- by her.
in-law Mrs. Rachel
v t them. All the scenes of home Browning last Gene Kelly, who co-stars with MARCH

y ;'it I ; faces are lived, over to and( over.out of Loved the week.Mrs. Ruth Davis and little son Miss Durbin gives one of his ALEXIS SMITH *"
appear you her husband
finest performances as -
; : CHARLEY E. JOHNS AGENCY of Waycross Ga., were visiting
t ;; r r bursts darkness with and love the and heart longings.almost But here last week. Ing and, Kelly yet Is thoroughly completely convinc-charm-

Morrlss Carter of the U. S.
:! PHONE 1 3STAHKE always comes the deep satisfaction ing as a killer moved more by
; ) of thought-"I am doing Army visited his brother" Oscar
tiif than malice.
'; j '\f''If FLORIDA the right thing. Some day I can Carter last week. weakness Superb Cast Tues., Wed., Thurs. Sept. 5, 6, 7
I ; ;'r go back" Mr. and Mrs. John Brown and
children of Orlando Richard Wharf as a newspaper
visited Mrs.
1 \I \ Repi-cuntlng THE TRAVELERS Hartford My good friend Daisy Lang is Brown's reporter Dean Harens as the
mother Mrs. Senle Pre-
,!' \ never too busy to write. Her vatt, last week. young lieutenant, Gladys Georgeas "ONCE UPON A TIME"GARY
daughter Mabel Parrlah. and two the cafe proprietress and Gale
sons of Chief land are visiting a Sondergaard as Kelly's mother,
few weeks with her. On Aug. 18 I.> rnirrrr ('01 It T, nntnronnCO all come forward with outstanding GRANT JANET BLAIR I
r-----------------------r I a P T. A, meeting was held at I CKIIY.Niirllne IN' TV. Kl.OlllUtl IN, ('II YV- performances In exacting

the school: house to decide on the M. Jones, Plaint Iff VII roles.
opening of the cafeteria. I was Cane Marlon No.Walter satis.ottnrcrt Jones, Defendant. -

.. DELICIOUS PEACHES secretary for three winters and OF pt'BLic-ATrott
Daisy says Minnie Lee
r'? (Strickland: used to be) acted In Walter Jones whose residence Is l
,( place. She Chnrlentou Shipbuilding and Dry- SUNDAY SEP
my that Aunt
PRICES REASONABLET dork Co., Charli'nt'Hi' S. C.
1 Lillie Wilkinson Is well and thateveryone You are required to appear on
SfptenrtiiT llth, 1944, In the abovens".1 MONDAY 3rl1th
at Clay Hill !la fine. Court and cause, wherein
My dear little primary teacher, plaintiff seeks il Ivor re. BradfordCounty .
I at t Colea Padgett, wrote me such j thin Order Telegraph In next four hall weekly 1 publish 1 liiuex. TUESDAY STARKE FLA 4 5 5l I
..eon Dicunclio I a sweet letter. She says the i I II Wltnemi my hand and official
children miss me so much and ,I ..i>nl 1 at sturke Florida.. this August
I talk about me a lot. She said Tin, 194t.OKKKJIAL.
.; CALL & CHERRY STS. ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas I l
; little Frankie Adkins, a primary An. Clerk of Bald. t,"urt. ,
_ ..-.-.-._..__,_._._..-.-.--.--.------.-.-,.;. child said "I Just can't make I T Frank. Landrum, Starke, FloridaAtty' I ?: the Screen New ; !
_h __. : for Tit. 8-11 4t 9.1 Giving Dramatic Glory(

5 I I -Breakdown Club . .. .

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.E BEFORE THIS WAR is OVER there may t W I&fQiTf6 1 : ,. !//1/f.Ce'R. o' '/ 'I . as Abigail who. .. ,

be only two kinds:' of people In America . t\'st\.... ,'1 :;.<', ,-,,'*.;f"....N',>!'' 1 i'"<"k-0. ,.., ,,'t 'i\';:;".',.." ',t'XI-ti, Ii'<.*.-.:. .j 1 '.<1.. ',..,' I' <,i" 'J ". ,.,.' \ became7ackie"becauseshe

t, ,, ,, 1. thoto who con dill get lo work i'aoxai' ; '."', .. I'
''r, I S ,,+r' .In automobile, "t!; \ c;) ;,;' ,J..,;.; : 'I couldn't stop loving!
It ,',
2. those who forced lo walk. Cat G
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I Protests CJ
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If be in the fortunate ts.... ql7q'4isGrrr6eryp W
want to
you group 39 dangerP01 In
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who will still be riding to work in automo- n ,/.hJ7..t
v i + biles join Gulf's "Anti-Breakdown" Club # :'.. 1 .

i today. How do you do it? Just come in for .. Nn< 2

!l J i '. +.i; Cull's Protective Maintenance Plan : & rP a

This plan was conceived by experts in car .._ ( r r I 4c !:$> 6)S
i q care. Gulf developed it because car maintenance g Ir's 1MI' )
1 is a most important civilian: tenancePlan1n- gOod O RrAZ1t
OULF'SProtctive M', d Lubrication Gulr alii mot or oil and chanveyotreara, .

; L eludes Gutnes Re&I; vital points with GUlrprid'O otatatqdne naWa'iY. ,'. '
1 which reach u o Lubricants thief re- gl"and 9ubWorld'a Furst Mop . b I ,ar d
GuiRex w )
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Last Year 15 Percent of All Christmas Pack-

ages Mailed Overseas 'Were Delayed 60 Days :f

To 6 Months Because of Incorrect Addresses. '


Contents of Thousands of Others 'Were Spilled

I Is or Spoiled Because of Improper Packing and );"

Insecure {n'rapping.g .


Make Sure Your Package Reaches Its Destination *

By Reading and Observing The Following '

Rules: .

OFFICIAL .,,,, '


Christmas packages may be mailed to American solders
serving overseas without presentation of a request from the
Branch soldier, during the period Se Christmato October 15, 1944,
jum which has been designated as Mail: Month for 1

soldiers overseas. .. .,i
By Mrs. T. NV Norman This 30-day period does not apply to Christmas caids.Chilstmas ..'
. . a :
cards may be mailed at any time during: or after
the package mailing period They should be mailed early
j, \V Matthews and little enough however, to allow sufficient time for delivery in even
fcter Martha, returned to the most distant theaters of operation before CluUtmaa Day. .' 4'
[home In Lake City, Tenn., They must be sent in sealed envelopes and prepaid at the
(spending several days here first-class rate of postage.
|Mrs Matthews' parents, Mr. SIZE AND WEIGHT
In J, N Norman. Christmas Rift piukageill, 1M' accepted for mulling only J"
and Mis. E. S. Sapp and within the present", limitation. of weight; and "i/e>-S (pounds In t.
weight, 15 inches In length, and 36 Inches in length and girth
the sons were In Jackson- '

| shopping Friday of last combined.Preparation and Acceptance for :Mailing 'tJ''M

Christmas packages mailed during this period should 1
i r'! N Norman had as supbear the endorsement "Chilstmas Parcel. Only one such
le.1I Saturday evening Mlsspackage will be accepted for mailing by DC on behalf of the
|fl! and Elaine Helton, Miss same persons! or concern to or for the same
W :Moss and Dorothy Noranyone week
81"11IIHof the grout distance this mail must .
: !
of Jacksonville Mrs. Doris
| 15-OCT.
ported and the handling; and any storage It must : 15
of Ft. Miss Odessa
i Myers
In absolutely lu-ressary that oil articles be piiclccil In
lo and Mrs Vesta Myrlckp I metal, wood 1, solid fiberboard, or strong flouhle-fuco! ; .
p. Level!, Miss Betty Conner tad fiberboarcl. and tied with strong twine It Is highly. desirable -
i:ksonviile and Pvt. Frank that all flherboaril<< boxen. b.. II'urt'lyI'llppt'.lln heavy (
**> 'paper, If a\allable, ns experience has shown that hovrs with,
tier Stevie and Keith Chapout an outer wrapper often Itocomo crushed or split, thus
luho have been visiting their allowing the content.. to ..""apt'.
Contents should be packed tightly, in order that the articles ;
parents Mr. and Mrs. J. S.jveie .
may not become loosened In transit, damaging the So l that brother
\ accompanied by theirlnoiher contents or the covering of the parcels Hard candies, nuts, no son sweetheart
to their home I in caramels (Including those covered! with chocolate), fruit cake ,
|in\IIle, Pilday.I and chocolate bars individually wrapped in waxed paper
and Mrs H, C. Edwards should be enclosed In inner boxes of wood, metal, or card- ek
liildren: of Jacksonville spent boat'd. Soft candles whether homemade or commercial, do
eek-end, here with relatives, not carry well and, should not be mailed. Sharp-pointed or or husband overseas will
I were accompanied home by sharp-edged instruments! such as razors and knives, must
|J, W Matthews and little have their points or edges protected so they cannot cutter
Martha through their coverings and damage other man

. r . . . Addresses HOW must TO be legible ADDRESS, in typewriting PARCELS or Ink. Copies) be disappointed l Xmas
of sales slips of retail stores should not be used as address on Day "
Level 1 labels. A slip containing the complete address of the addressee "
ne and sender should be enclosed! in the parcel to permit
identification in the event the outer wrapper becomes torn,
|Bj .I"1: McRaa: mutilated, or destroyed In transit. Parcels> addressed to over-
t S S S S S S S S S S
seas Army personnel should show the grade or rank, full
name, Army serial number, service organization and, unit, "
Rev. W, '
E. Hall filled his ll'E4, .
and the APO number in care of the postmaster at the port
"appointment at Pine Lev- of embarkation through which the mall Is routed.
Kirch Sunday morning and PROHIBITED ARTICLES -
r? with baptism at Crosby Perishables, intoxicant, inflammable materials (Including -
, Sunday afternoon. :Mrs. matches of all kinds and lighter fluids), and poisons! are
Her many friends wish CHANGE OF ADDRESS This is a second in a series of Community Service Advertise
speedy en route overseas
recoveiy. We miss Christmas parcels for Army personnel
1 much at to October 15, 1944 will be ac0
the services. shortly before or subsequent .' "
W Jackson and little cepted after October 15, up to and Including December 10, _
Ronald of Charleston, S. C., 1944 upon presentation by the sender of a change of address
W. D, A. G. O. Form No. 204 or equivalent
the Irs.notification (
week-end with :! to VICTORY I CLUB *
:JfcRae Her notice) from the addressee, received subsequent
many friends 30, 1944. The parcels, however, must come within the prescribed t.
me ,
absence hei back after a two- limits of weight and size and be endorsed "Christmas Add your name to these Victory Clubbers and help the 'War{ .
such parcel will be
Parcel. Only one overseas APO ale
regret to report the illness person to anyone Individual having an Effort bfj sponsoring' these worthwhile '''('8HUflCS.e .
K. Crosby and son, Vernon dress. Parcels mailed to personnel at posts, .camps, and
,' at the Glendale Hospital! stations within the United States will be given directory service -
.atka \Ve all wish them a and forwarded to overseas stations If the addressees areY '
recovery transferred abroad prior to delivery.

',Robert Myrlck Miss Betty
""', Odessa
McRae and Cpl.

K among York those of Camp who were Bland din-lug This Advertisement Sponsored by The Following Members of The Victory Club .

|. eta of Mr. and Mrs. T. J. V
*11 In Gum Branch section "
and< Mrs Willie Hill and
w, T. lord daughter BOB'S TAVERN 'WONDER GIFT SliD At lil.indlng Center! I
'w ee'd
e r guests of STARKE "
*r David Kelly, Wednesday. KOCH DRUG STORE
and Mra GIS L A 1 N' S .
", (lren were dinner guests FLORIDA BANK AT STARKE BRADFORD HARDWARE' CO .
and jfrs. B. M. :McRae, ,
Member F. D. I. C.CARPENTER'S .
the services at Pine r JOIlIJAN'SJAR
I Mis week-end. Sunday DRUG STORE S. E. Sparks, Prop.
" begins at 11 a. m. Every- II. C. 'WALL, AGENCY INSURANCES


At The Bus Station ".

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:/: ',H\'t", ; ", Dihner t tI i bern, Kathy Olson and Nettle Mae festive. circled the crystal punch bowl. WANTED- cie: ,
Birthday r Miss Frances Peek, chairman ?" "
I "j W SOCIETY and CLUBS Fowler Mrs. Bryan Whitfield Pfc Charles Faso, pianist for No scraps y,., I, 'II
I' of the committee o n arrangements -
,. !' M Enjoyable Event hostess Band at Camp Blan- "J z1
> ,; ; of Raiford wag a senior I the 182nd music I for the affair, was assisted est cash PilI''", I'"
i The door long distance background ford
I prize a ding played Count!\ i' _
Miss Sara Della "
Happy occasion of last week 1 by Poythress ''
( \ call home, was won by Pvt. Jos- during the evening I
?1 ,',1'.1 r Hendricks-Dyal I Baptist WMUThe was a birthday dinner given by eph Clrrlto of Brooklyn New I Mrs. W. B. MIddleton and Mrs Rosenberg, Louise Snyder. and
Lt and Mrs. Victor C. Thomas Freddie Wimberly. .
'1'i York. Decorations were colorful E. K. Perryman prepared the refreshments -
i, :, Mrs Vlda Dyal announces the chcles of the Baptist W. on Friday evening for Lt. Thomas' summer flowers contributed by and Mrs. E. S Mat- I

,, ;,01':;"'J marriage of her daughter, Erma:: M U. will meet Tuesday Sept 5, mother. Mrs E M. Thomas of: Mrs. James R. Walnwiight thews arranged the flowers for Clevenger-Colson i VitaminAT
i J I to Cp). Lee A. Hendricks, stepson Staike, and Mrs. J. E. Thomasof
;; at 3:30: p. m? as follow! : No. 1 Hostesses at the Sunday af- the party. Miss Madge Middleton -
rrN ,,;\y i I of E. O. Edwards, which occurred Crescent City Miss: Eula Maxine Clevenger,
D. of the operating
Mrs. chairman
with Mrs. L G. Powell, No. 2 ternoon tea hour were
r1''& ''i f19F,: : l In Lake Butler on August Those invited to enjoy the Vining and Mrs. II C. Hitch, representing committee, was In general charge daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Homer
4 ;>f j'3. The ceremony was performed In the church annex with Mrs. evening together were: Mr. and the ;Methodist Church of arrangements.Miss Clevenger of Klngsdown Kansas, LOW CHAIN
I ,bilf; by Judge J. R. Towmend W. B. Alexander and Mrs, V. H Mrs. R. E. Sullivan, Percy, Sul- Reed, who has been with will wed Cpl. Lemuel Colson, Jr.,
; livan, Jr.. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. At five o'clock on Sunday afternoon of Dr and Mrs. Lemuel Col- FOOD STORE
(',;t The new Mis. Hendrlcks Is re- Carden ail hostesses; No 3 at the the USO operated by the YWCAin son PRlCJMAJOR
Wilkinson, Mr and Mrs. Smith a group of GSO gills: t tI of Starke, in a to
:1 ; Biding at. the home of her mother I home of Mrs. Marvin Hazen. The ( Virginia Scwell Wanda Pearce. Starke since Its opening In son ceremony
k : I,' PS\ I Denmark, Miss! Betty Denmark, In
't. be performed Klngsdown
d temporarily while Cpl. HE'ndrlckll i i Business Women's Circle will Ida Lula Davis and Caroline March 1912, has served as dIrec- on
Miss Fiances Miss Shirley -
p, It.j,; j is stationed with an antl-ulrcraft meet Monday evening, Sept. 5, Colley, and Colley J. F. KIckllter, all' Keen, conducted a song fest. I tor for the past two years. Under Sunday afternoon, Sept. 10, at 4 B
( i unit Orlando. I I with Mis. Sale. her guidance the club has grownin o'clock. Colson is
near Guy
r Cpl. stationedat
i Y. !N n of Starke, Mr. and Mrs. J. B.; The Jewish Round( Table a
to the
attendance and
Mill!. M.... and Mrs. Harold Mills, discussion group had an Interesting -' program Fort Riley, Kansas 24 Tablets'
where it Is numbered among -
", : Harold Mills, Jr.. Dorothy Ann program on Tuesday night I point I II IS
the finest USO-YWCA unitsin !
Mills and Dorothy Marla Mills of with Chaplain Isaiah/ Rackowsky *\ 48 '
I WISH TO ; Tablets
this area. During her serviceIn 29
Green, Cove Springs, Joseph E.I leading the discussion.The I
FLORIDA MOTOR BUSSES Starke Miss Reed has been I
; LINE '
Thomas, Miss Jo Ann Thomas of Wednesday night Cabaret FOLLOWING 100 Tablets
' ; active in community organizations 49
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9 '' "; FOR COURTEOUS CORRECT INFORMATION descent City Cpl. and Mrs. P. dance has become a great success. anti projects, and was a member' CHANGE IN OFFICE 200 '
I' { Lemlg and Pvt. Marvel Neal of Serving as Junior hostesses this I Tablets 75
of the D.A.R and the JuniorWomen's ,
Camp Dlanding and the honor week, In addition to the regular Club. She leaves'! Sep HOURS:
guests. Girls' Service chap- !
Organization short vacation at ,
tember for a
eroned by Mrs! W. G. Strlngfel- I 9:00 12:00: A. M. On Sale
I UNION BUS STATION her home in Laurel, Mfas", and At
GSO Members low was a group of girls from' then plans to enter the graduate 3:00 5:00: P. M. I I

i I LACY CONWAY Agent Serve As HostessesAt the Southern Bell Telephone Mrs, I school in group work at Tulane I
Company accompanied by
t Louisiana.
'' +, Temple Ave. Starke Florida USO DanceAt Jeanette Christian. The Cabaret University DR. LEMUEL COLSON LOVEli'sFrom '
program arranged by :Mrs. Christian I I Starke, Fla. .1
the Saturday night danceat : consisted of a Sadie Thompson Jr. Club Dance I
the USO on Temple and Wash number by :Miss Louise Thomas Successful EventOne
ington junior hostesses were: Roberta and Pvt. Charles Mancuso and I
I Whitfield Virginia Sewell, piano selections by Sol. Albright, of the most successful
; Esther Crews, Melba Strtngfel- formerly of the Cotton Club In dances ever sponsored by the where I sit..fy Joe Mars

i ) low, Sarah Crews' Lila Rae Caldwell ,New York City. Junior Woman's Club was held
(J June Bloss, Ida Johnson, The G. I. JackS aid Jills had Wednesday night at the Club }

Margaret Bird, Betty Bell, Margaret fun on Thursday night playing"Hearts" building. for
____ Beam, Margie Patel!, Alice after a delicious dinner Mrs. William Baggett stood at Recipe a
_ the entrance to the ballroom
prepared by Sigrid Elliott and to
Harding, Louise Stern MarionRandolph
Dorothy Swanbom, Ma Sgt. Joseph Fournler.. greet about 100 guests who danc- Perfect MarriageDee
,I during the evening to music
a .' , mie Jo Warren, Dorothy New- Farewell Party furnished by John Anderson.
Rooms of the club were bright- and Jane Cuppers celebrated happy marriage.Two folium
Honoring Miss Reed ened by attractive arrangementsof their Golden Wedding different tastes-no doubt
zinnias, roses and golden rod Anniversary last Saturday. honest fault or two-\
i t--g.!'dlf I'h8 I, Miss Sara Reed, director of the and at the punch table, fern en- Having so many friends it through the years have lean
PRESCRIPTIONSYour Walnut Street USO Club, was seemed like half the town to live in tolerance and unstopped
hopored at a farewell party spon- in that evening to pay standing..
. smart as a sored by the Operating Committee $20 R E W A RTLT their respects.
1 .,' 4 whip! . these! : of the USO on :Monday evening From where I sit. Dee i
i T Little Ida Moffat brought a Jane are a mighty; good!: nan
I I back-to-achool ; ; ZS the Club One brindle
1 ::_ cow home-made poem to read called to young man'led people
ions now being la't tscf4-;; t t Vc lounge. with straight horns. Love Enduring. Bert Childers today-an example of how a
f' shown at Leila's f I Mrs. W. H. McQulston, Mrs One black butt-headed cow fiddled "Silver Threads Among ration, tolerance and ud
;1 '
just what the college Leonard Kaplan, and Mrs. W L. with a few white spots. the Gold. Will Dudley; made a standing ran build last
I debs and high Bateman welcomed guests at the These cows speech and proposed a toast. happiness and olid homed,
, % school set want for are together.
door and introduced them to the
{ No marks or brands. And as I watched that toast-
4 / good-looking classroom 1 1a Ji receiving line formed by members Dee with his glass of beer, Jane 111/
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wear a of the operating committee: Miss See BILLY DOWLING with her buttermilk-I thought r9'e .JiW..J
+ style for every occasion Madge MIddleton, Mrs H. C.
to myself: There's a recipe for
t\ ; J . whether = Rltch, Mrs. L. D. Vining, Judge Starke, Fla.
It be football game E. K. Perryman, Mis.. J. O. Smith
a or tea dance . and the guest of honor, Miss! No. 92 of a Series Copyright 1944, Brewing ItiJuitrj fowJsOK ,

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Reed.Mrs.. W. A. Scott, Mrs, A. D.
;' ( ihurmiwltt.t I III a skilledHclcntNt.
I Thorp, Mrs. C. J Carlg, Mrs. H.
You ciin count on E. hems, Mrs. E. L. Potter, andMt's.
9. him to fill
your 1)I"'I'IIIUonll R. J. McDonald army wives
quickly and .
served punch and cake. Lovely
: pink and red roses from the gardens -
I of Mrs F. F. Stump and
H 11M :Mis.. K. S. Matthews added a ,

l 1 = touch of color and beauty to the ThEE

The Rexall Drug Store refreshment table, while bowls of
zinnias, berries
purple and yellow
Starke Phone 61 t Florida wild flowers around the room
made the atmosphere and FRIDAY

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NEXT WEEK. 1 fine and courtesy expert supervision and unusually combined thoughtful with I SHELL t 0 X - .. GALLON INSECT K CANER $$1.19 1

5'eB economy reputation are for consistently finer serving.building our OVER SEAS MAILING BOX 'REGULATION SIZE .. 35t 3

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SERVICE .-10..." __


:4 JL\AII. \ Phone 7 I II Bottle 100 .. 49c 19c
? Rexall
; j I STARKE, FLORIDA. ---- tie Size

I...., , ." BLACK DRAUGHT PABLUM Baby Food

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50c SizeQTIPS .
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Cotton Applicators Salt Tablets

118 CALL STREET 108 Swabs ---, ------...-- 25c Bottle 100 __ ____ 25C

4 als E-"'-.. . WAX PAPER ZYRONE Vitamin Tonic

B UNDER MANAGEMENT OF 125 Foot Roll -_ 25c 79c
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CHICKENB Prescription tions Depart-in our 4Jr

ment. :Medicine shouldbe VimmsRECOIAR

cleaner than the
: I Il' food you eat. We try

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BITS of LOCAL NEWSIT I Mrs.the J. week-end D. Cottrell of Leeeburg ,: WMU Methods ClinicA W. B. Sewell and family-IU" I Cpl Byron Sparks was here ,drawn under\ the "rotation" plan
pent here with her
I I rived home Friday from a poi I Tiiexclay visiting his uncle S E i and. wn returned to tho States.
sister Mrs. W.
B. Sewell. Methods Clinic in Baptist near lliltmore N. C., where they Sparks lie In the sun of MIX i I I :',(1'. and :Mix. B. E McRae and
Elbert Mrs. J. W. Kincaid left last I Missionary work will be held! at have been vacation Lng. I Mary K. Sparks, who liven! neat children, Vlvlnn. Marian rand
W. Koch, Sgt. Earl Thornton of Hnrney
son I II I
I ji: >- L. I I.ghtel' 1 week for Clayton, Ga., where she! the Pine Grove Church .
n. u v Mrs. Mae Dinklns Is and has been in the
IT 'V..U.., Hudgins and small Patrolman and Mrs. W. E. Thorn- will spend several weeks.MIB. spendingthis IGraham.I Luclllv4'rp visitors In St.
i II' went to Arcadia ton left Saturday for service with H. A. has returned Gainesville! on Tuesday Sept. 5. week at Klngsley Lake with : Southwest Pacific\ for 46 monlh".1 Augustine Friday
. Kay.I the Navy at Bainbridge, Md.. hav- from, Jacksonville Bishop where beginning at 10 a. m. All persons Mr.:: and Mrs. JOK E Wilson. A,> was lit Pearl Harbor Mrs. G B Flynn anti daughter ';
MIC spentten Interested are urged to at- time of the attack. Cpl Spnik.ivns Betty Ann. visited In Jacknonvlllr
first U ing enlisted with that branch of days in St. Luke's Mrs. Kffle Johns spent last l
t- i ones of I Hospital. tend. fortunate" In having; IIIH name' Tuesday
11'8.t't the service recently. He was 18 Her friends are glad to know week in Jacksonville visiting hoi :
!' ,?, hi-" )' son-in-law and this week. I that the is sinter and niece, Mis Mina McCrutclien J
now very much im- .
gM', Mi' and Mrs, I. P'I I Lyle Anderson spent the week- proved. \VSCS CirclesCircles and Mrs J. J. Gross I \

"' end In Jacksonville. I R. E. Greene, who has been respectively l
pMr" of the Woman's So-
here for two weeks visiting his I Brooms
I 1 ciety of Christian Service of the
I wife at the home of her grandparents -
Methodist church will meet Monday
Mr. and Airs. T. J. Griffin j Get His
r afternoon, at 3:30: o'clock.
has returned to New York to
,resume his training in tIle U. S. Circle One will entertained by O Good 1.10 Ir.
r Navy. Mrs W. G. Halle; Circle Two by I Gift Timepiece
Mrs. W. J. Churchwell /
George Flynn, Jr., who is In O Better 1.25 ''f
training in the Air Force at Albany i "OVER THERE"On
Mrs. George Bennett and small
Ga., has been here this I Best 1.85
week .spending a ten day furlough son, Kim of Jacksonville returned -

with his parents, Mr. an"J home Tuesday after spending Timed .._..
several days here with her sister,
Mrs. G. B. Flynn. ;
Mrs. Titus Olson returned home I Mrs. Junius M. Smith and friends.. 1

Tuesday after spending over three I II Miss Mary Brownlee, daughterof Mops '.1
I weeks with her parents in Arm- I :Mr.: and Mrs H. L. Brownlee !
xe et rr ar I stead, Ill returned to St. Louis, Mo., Wednesday w .

I Mrs. 1-:. W. Hayes and daughter. evening after n vacation I A1,1 I. TYI'I>> -: S .
Betty, returned Tuesday from here. I (,
Daytona Beach where they had C. B. Rowe and family of Jack- O ScrubFloor
been spending a 10-day vacation. sonville .spent the weekend hereas
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Edwards guests of J. H. Rowe. "" MAIL O
And daughter, Fredrlka, were I ,, HKFOIIKOCT.
Company, Long Island City, AT. Y. 15
Pep l-Cola week-end guests of Mrs. W. H.
_._ O Polishing
BOTTLING' oi Jacksonville. -------- -
inchlwd Bottler: PEPSI-COLA CO. Struth.
Mrs. G. Early: and Miss Lucile I Asbestosand Make his Merry Christmas . -- ..
McRae were visitors 1 In Ocala "merrier" with this' handsome -
Thursday of last week. Builtuploafs precision mnde shock
Mrs. J. H. Fields and daughter HOOFS REPAIRED proof watch. A gift he WE WILL BE CLOSED ALL DAY

Hazel and Mrs. M. F. Brown and will put to use and long re-
children were shopping In Jack- ALL, WORK member.
sonville Monday.Mrs. GUARANTEED LABOR DAY
A. B. Baker and small son
of Jacksonville arrived Friday to by !
spend several days with her Crosby & Solano 17.50 to 52.50 A

father, J. B. Rowe. FREE ESTIMATES:
yg Mrs. John R. Roane and son BRADFORDHARDWARE ;
Itt 2, Box 68 Starke, Fla. The
S returned to Starke Saturday from

Leesvllle La., where Lt. Roane ..---------.-.-..;.
was stationed. She Is the for COMPANYJ. ;
mer Miss Bertha Taylor who before ,
her marriage, was employedby DO YOU KNOW ..tnOUTROACHES It. CARLISLE. :Managing Owner .;:
the H. C. Wall Agency. She ,
will make her home in Starke ?

with her sister, Miss Ethel Tay When you fight ronclu you
try to K 't rid of them all not
lor.A. host kill the few thai you ran
B. Baker and Vernon Roweof hit with corny or dunk nr thwt STARKE TIRE SERVICEAll
Jacksonville were dinner walk Into a |>uwi by 'i\ri'Ul,nt..

guests of J. B. Rowe Sunday. I
Sgt. and Mrs. Chas. L. Moore ;

You'll be thrilled to have him write that to youif and young son, Charles III, were ROACII KILLFI It Size Tires Canned and Tubes Vulcanized
visiting friends here Tuesday. Before IS IIFFlbHENT)

you have your photo made in our studios in time entering the Army, Sgt. Unnchia fat It l><...IIIIHC they. t
Moore was manager of the Flor-I like It. They dl' >III'i| cud, dl. .
for overseas mailing between September 15th and ida Power & Light Co., in the Kafo man and to UNe.Ieta. N,"tl,-pIno110ut to O ALL WORK GUARANTEED o

October 15th. Don't delay--come in today, and Blanding district.stationed He In Is Gainesville.Cpl. now tem-. 15c and 25c pkgs. '

know you'll get your gift portrait "over. there" on porarily. and Mrs. Ressle Colson Sistrunk at Feed and R e caD pin g Done i,

and daughter Dianne have returned -
time. We'll wrap for you-ready to mail. to their home in Valdosta. Seed Co.

Ga., after spending 15 days with STAKKH, I-OIUDA In Modern Electric Mold
their respective parents, Mr. and ,
:\1r1C. by MclMiull: Product*
Mrs G. IJ. Colson of Brooker and
-- Mr. and Mrs. Fred Flume of Otlundo, Fla. By ,

PETHTE: DIHOTO ST0JE)>BO Starke. Expert lie capper and Vulcairizer
Misses Pauline Hamilton and
-at- Edna Barnswell of Fort Ogden PROMPT '
returned home :Monday: after a 9 24 HOUR SERVICE ON RECAPPING

MORGAN'SNAT visit with Mr. and Mrs. G. W. AMBULANCE _
Thomas. They all spent several

days at Daytona Beach last week. SERVICE Grades of Materials Used
Mr. and Mrs. J. H Gill and .,
SEZ: son, Jackie returned Sunday to ANYWHEREOur I
If you're planning to come to their home In Raleigh N. C.,
Sternberg Monday and get that after spending ten days here with tu-rvice is immediate j
Gill's father
been Mrs.
pair of shoes jou'\e I putting>> / and far reaching.At .
{!!; r D off buying, NO long you'd better Mrs. W. T. Chandler and Mrs. time of night or .
.". /( move the clock up a day or MO W. F. Godwin have returned froma day-at any distance.u'e Madison Avenue Starke, Fla.
'('au"e :Monday is Labor Day andI vacation spent with relatives In any
Ktti catch up -on my Rolf. Atlanta Ga. They now have as respond immediately
Only thing I don't like about their guest Mrs. G. T. Dodd of to your call. Our rep- ,
throe holiday. Is the fact that Atlanta who will visit here be- utation for high grade
our boys! over there aren't gettln fore going on to Miami to spendthe service and modern I
'em too, but don't worry-It winter. equipment is spreading!
won't be as long now as It has Mrs T. N. Kendrick and Jim- throughout the counties To The Votersin
been. mie Black returned from Golds- we sen.'!? so we are often r 1
borough N. C., Friday morning called to respond at distant

'HIGH FASHION"r after a month's visit. points and are org- the Election
Maj. and Mrs. Sam Sternbergand anized to handle funerals coming City

children spent the weekendat out-of-town a,* we
the N. Sternberg cottage on Gainesville.
ti I Kingsley Lake. Major SternbergIs m

tfigh School stationed, Ga. at Turner Field, Albany ThompsonWilliamsFUNERAL I UI I i

Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Griffin left

Wednesday evening for Pitts- DIRECTORSGainesville When I announced my candidacy to fill one of the
BRIEF burg. Kans., where they will visit
their son-in-law and daughter I! Florida vacancies on the City Council, I stated that I would ;
Capt. and Mrs. C. C. Mendoza. | ,

Mr Paul Miller arrived home Phone 133 not have time to "campaign". I still do not have the
# Tuesday from New Orleans wherehe l'I
COATS ; received medical treatment. time, but this letter is to let you know that I am not '

.-.. _._ ._..-_.. --...
B ? ,.,_._----------- ;- l indifferent or disinterested. I consider this as a serious -
To make a long. ? .'

story shorthere'sthe !P'4 matter, and if elected, will give all I have toward "
6 .
year. coat The of new the 36 id. MAIL OVERSEAS) GIFTS .... k, serving for the best interest of the city. (

In: "shortie" is tops t pr. BETWEEN 0C15 r/9/!

with the highschool i' S.15-' ." l As usual I there are some who are questioning my motive J'
crowd-it will be t x
your favorite too.. t ) I for running. To those I say it is a :clfish one.

citing>>e have colors it, in brightas ex- ; ; GIVE A MAN'S MAN GIFTJVind Selfish, because I am interested in doing what I can .

autumn leaves.lou'il ''f f ffff p r f f f f J J f f f> time and
y I to make the city in which I have lived a long
want to wear t; and Rain ProofCIGARETTE
it over dresses and tef p expect to live in the future, one of the most desirable '

?"!*' and :' LIGHTERSfffff ,
thing 'cause, it's every-so 1 I cities of its size in the State. .

Pretty! .
g fffff ff rjj jf f* *
Handtooled I cannot say what I will do if elected, as I do not '

$17.95 r know what is to be done for improvement. Those who ,
;f:'i; BILL FOLDS .
have been in, have done a good job as far as I am I
Ira :
Serial Number Burned
to.- e With{ Name and

-!, . in the LeatlierGISLAIN'S concerned.

$$24.95Sfernberg's. .a +,+ JU"UJ rl J sHhI'p

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(This!4 advertisement paid for by the Starke Dry Cleaner! "Machine")

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,\; . . . I week-end with her daughter and I younger brothe,
r r r r r r
'-' ___ _______'. STARKE THEATRES GIFTS son-in-law, Mr, and Mrs. Delbert p't, J,
formerly ,
\J'I'r; .. Brooker ---- Green In Lake Butler. "f LaWley
"!1'1'0 Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Andrewsand then Jacksonville.
i' r :: fly Joyce Atkinson SAVE TIME CONSULT THIS DIRECTORY children enjoyed a visit with I week. Pvt. Thomalservice in FIance
. . r r r r . Mr. and Mrs. Grady Mlzell and hdj der
:'Ii', I FOR INFORMATION OF CAMP BLANDING SHOPPINGAND family last week-end In Axon, I more inn], ', ',' ,.
\ j 1, ('lit KCII OF COO I RECREATIONAL CENTER Ga. The Mlzells moved from our
ki i There will be all day services _- -i I_.--- settlement about three years ago. I _____
oj, "I with dinner on the ground at the the son of John Galney of Orlando fever She Is with her mother, O. B. Moody, Mrs Bill Johns
Church of God, Sunday, Sept. 3. Sgt. Gainey will return ALTERATIONS Mrs. Ada Kelly, In Raifoid. We and M. L. Johns were In Grandinon You keep bUYing
Baptismal service will be in the to Miami, where be In now stationed Tearl's Alteration Shop hope she will soon be strong Monday.Mr. .
APLACETO afternoon, also feet washing and Mrs. J. O. Moreland WAR
Thursday, August> 31, and again. and BOND
I r partaking/ of the Lord's supper. Mrs. Galney will remain here with AMUSEMENTSStarke Mr. and Mrs. Carl Nettles and of Jacksonville were visiting her :
LIVE Everyone; Is invited to attend. her brother-in-law and slater Mr, I son, Elbert, were visiting the parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. W. An-
t :" ; i KLOrCII UKDDINO and Mrs. Sanford Hicks, and later :I Amusements former's parents, Mr. and Mrs.B. drews, Friday afternoon.
a .. Mr, and Mrs N. G, Stokes join her husband In Miami.I"III.Y I J. Nettles, of Midway, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Wiggins
; announce FOOD
I : Let Me Help You I' Pete Sapp and M. L.. Johns, Jr., were In Olustee Sunday, visitingthe
the manlage of their 1
FIND IT daughter, Vlrgic, to S. Sgt. Dave : REUNION hat Camp DinerMilligan's enjoyed a picnic and swim at former's brother, Christal
I Mr. and Mrs N. Q. Hayes for
Sampson Lake, Sunday. Wiggins, who has been 111 the II
Galney. The event took place (;rillPearl's
ax dinner guests Sunday many !
Let Me Help You Friday evening, August 25, at clone relatives Among the out- Place Mr. and Mrs O. E. Crosby and past few weeks. I
Lake Butler with children and Mrs. Evelyn Crosby :\1'1'. and Mrs. Maston Hayes
y SELL1' f Judge J. K. of-town guests were: Mr. and Mia
of Gainesville were visiting Mr.
visitors in Lake
Townsend were
officiating. R A. Bethea, Mr and Mrs. C. GIFTSG1slain's
and Mrs. Lazenby, Wednesday p.
The bride wore a lime green D. Dethea. and J, M. Kite of Saturday rooming.Long
; I Wanted suit with brown accessories, anda Gainesville, Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Bridge Christian Church m.
: Listings on services were held at the school Mrs. Elaine Gwynn and slate
shoulder of white Behtea Marilynand
corsage roses. and daughters
r Apartment Houses Sgt. Galney has been In the Carolyn of Homestead, Mrs. Wonder Gift Shop house Sunday morning and even- Miss Alverna Andrews of Miami --
$ : f.,') or Homes For Rent Army Air Corps more than O. A, Bishop ana son Bob, and ing by the pastor, Rev. Fred and Miss Joan Moreland of Jacksonville -
' Within 20 Miles of three years. and has been overseas Mr*. O. L. Griffin of Jacksonville, MILITARYSUPPLIES Dodd of Hampton. He and Mrs. were visiting friends and
StarkeW.T.CLUTE most of that time. He IsBUY and Mr. and Mrs. Skipper oi Dodd and son, Johnny, were relatives over the week-end.
I Hague All toae relatives of dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs.S. Mrs Fred Green and children Our Breakfastsare
: 1 Mr, and Mrs. Hayes were present Ben Suslow's: Army Store L. Crews and children. of Jacksonville returneTT to their]
i except Pvt. R. A Bethea Jr., who Gislain's Mrs. Lucian Thomas and child home after spending two weeks something
In somewhere in France. Pvt. ren, Donna and Newn of Ft. with Mr. and Mrs. Russell Green to crow about!
REALTOR Bethea has been In the Army for P. S. Stores Myers, were visiting Mr. and and their children. AlsoSHORT
21 months and has a large circleof Shafkin'sThe Mrs. R. R. Andrews and their j Mrs. Rhoda Dowling enjoyed
I, 119 EAST CALL ST. MORE THAN BEFOREPEARL'S' friends In this community. Stag children Wednesday. a week's visit with her son and ORDERSserved

( .. Mis. Tom Crawford of Mid daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.
q - -----" Mrs. Fred Waldron and daughter from
THEATRESFlorida way was visiting, Mr. and Mrs.A. Joe Dowllng of Live Oak. 9
of Wildwood were visitingMrs. a. m. to 9 p, m.
Waldron's parents, Mr. and P. Johns and children, Sunday. Those who attended the funeral
Mrs. C. S. Kelley last week. I Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Adklns of Dr. Maines last Wednesday Featuring
;, J I ALTERATION SHOP I Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Russ and Park and children of Hampton were afternoon In Lake Butler were: the best of
Located Park Theatre family are visiting relatives in Ritz visiting Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Kelly Mr. and Mrs. R.R. Andrews, Mrs.
.''i Centrally Opposite Oilando.. and family Sunday. M F. Wiggins, Mrs. Rudolph An- STEAKS & CHOP
Reasonable Rates Good Workmanship Bruce Warren of Worthington TAVERNSBlanding Friends of Cpl. Eddie Peer will drews and Mrs. E. A, Sapp.
t'' UNIFORM ALTERATIONS A SPECIALTYREFRESHING Springs was a visitor here last be glad to know that he has been Don't forget the Church services -
;{ : '. 'f Thursday.Mrs. Center Bar promoted to the rank of sergeant. at the Baptist Church Sun CAMPDINER
",, 'ft Charles Hardy, Sr., of Bob's Tavern I He Is the husband of Delma I day morning.
;r JERCY'S-JERRY'S-JERRY'S Gainesville was the guest of Mr. Southerland Peer We extend our sympathy to
(,: ,";,', 1.41,' U) Ch and Mrs. Eldon Hardy last week. Jordan's Bar II I Mra. Ethel Johnson spent last Mrs. Evln Sikes, who lost her
Pfc. and Mrs. Eugene Long -
h ","j- iit EATIIEREI tr1 from York, Ncbr., are spendinga relatives at Ocala. |I L Corner Call and c,tl'lJDON'T

I. tI t//a' few days with Mr. and Mrs. K. Cpl. Pete Dukes o( Lake Butler'i PEARL'S PLACE
I C. Long. was visiting friends here i
I '; 't:3: IF YOU LIKE HOME COOKING V Mrs. Lola Stokes and her bro Mr. and .Mrs. T. E. sundaY'I'
,:!'" ti enk' ther and sister-in-law Mr. and son Edwin of Orlando were visiting -' LET THE
I ; .
',"";' Mrs. T. D. Dyal of Gainesville, Mr. and Mrs. Vance Russ STEAK CHOPS
'" I I have been visiting friends and last week-end.

k' : ; CHILI - HOT DOG Seaman Harold Sapp and Harry l v HEATGET
, c...
U) Sapp of Jacksonville were visiting CHICKENSEAFOOD
;P f: ,' \. wlA SANDWICHES tr1 t:), em aNti'p their mother, Mrs. Nora Sapp on
+ Sunday.

r lA, ffi Call st. Next Door To \\'lItl'l'n Union , } S r "' . . r r r r .1,

New RiverBy f'
I : ;: -
the Schoolr
r r r. . r r r r. l
)JElUtlTTln'r:1t: "
Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Meirltt
announce the marriage of their NOW
< ''ffK daughter, Janice, to Harold i Shiver OPEN 321 Temple Ave.

l I on Sunday, Aug. 20, In Fernan-
r HOT WATER dlna. He Is employed at Camp KEEPCOOL
1 : i : Blandlng and they are making

-, I HEATERS this their time.home In Lake Butler at I

h1i ,C; Little Beverly Jo Crosby, cele-
Flashlight brated her sixth birthday anniversary -
f :, Wednesday afternoon,
BATTERIES Aug. 23, at the school house. The AS AN ICEBER
O children were invited in the auditorium
where a few songs were
EXHAUST sung and many little gifts were
opened. A beautiful birthday cake
L Drop in for a Cold Bottle of Beer These Hot Afternoons was on display upon the stage.

? : and see if your temperature doesn't drop about FANS Ice the cream children and cake out on were the servedto porch -of-

,'I'I i 10 degrees at the first sip. A few minutes of pleasant by Beverly Jo's mother, Mrs. O.
Ih E.' Crosby and grandmother, Mrs.
: relaxation will send you back to your, work with RADIO Lacy Johns. We enjoyed this oc- COSTUMEfor) IWIL V

i, L: i renewed vigor. casion very much. t -J1WITH -*"
e accentS
1 (, Mr. and Mra. Albert Moody
announce the birth of a son, A
.. Sonny Albert, on August 24. :Mrs.
Moody was formerly Miss Eunice Clips| 0 Lapel Pins

I' Mr. and Mrs. Romle Johns of Earrings
Bob Jones Mgr. 'I Jacksonville were visiting :Mr.: Brooches
i I ELECTRIC ,and Mrs. S. L. Hodges and son, OF
Deloren, Sunday Necklaces
9 Bracelets
Mr. and Mrs. Fernle Moody,
; SERVICE i with several others enjoyed BEERAT
church services at Brooker, Sunday Florida Shell Novelties

Hi 226 Temple Ave. J I Friends night. of Mrs. Jay Moody are
i sorry to hear that she has typhus
Souvenir -
Gifts -
Bud !


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.. Paddy Libretti, Mgr\
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REAL 1t ...
"HEMAN"HAMBURGERS by the War Department

I Operated by an ExSoldierHEADQUARTERS -
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HOT DOGS Novelties & Jewelry STORE


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209 E. Call Street Jewelry !
Starke Fla. Gifts Uniforms

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1 Gem Jewelry

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MAKE 1 ilillc4 ,/ I Suggests WatchesWe're

'' I eG, I

c {, I glad the boys and girls
\ ) are starting back to school. It

Koch's U. always a grand sight to SPA!
thorn In large numbers marching
down the aisle! to the strain of

martial music dressed In their

YOUR cap and gown. going down to
listen to a tfw parting words ofadvice
from some educator and

receive their diplomas aa they

leadquarters "commence" life In real earnest.

Birthstones PopularThe

Item Jewelry U willing

to bide Its time, however."
FOR \\e. would not encourage" students -

to come' around and
;:-..... buy nn engagement ring ormlillng

\\ ring until they" have

been grtulnaUs.1. and perhaps
even" finish collage a.
I Then IN tbn enough for that
later, but In the 1114'11tonhll.
there are other ring'" and 1
nothing would make 11 high
\ school boy or girl happier I<< on
-- hU. or her birthday than a

Yepsi! -- Pepsi Cola Is Popular j Jerry's Hot Dogs i\ Pure Drugs Play Important Part beautiful II suitable. blrtlmtone,,,,Uhll{. plated In )

G+jM Hit The Spot And. parents, how about purchaalng I

I With Boys and Girls at All Times I With Young Folk In Child Health, Canova's SaysTime I hi practical' late I to your watch school son si>or they daughter will not a }

"If you want to-see just how they are accompanied by a big "Hot dog"! Here we go again! for school again! ery often there lire little The Gem Jewelry offers everythluK -

the Juke group enjoy Pepsi-Cola bottle of Ice cold Pepsi-Cola. Besides Yes, that's light. I1H3 opens" Will! jour child get the things the" matter with doctor'seye a Jewelry and you my W
of child that only a
maximum amount good
just wait until school opens and being the most delicious' In Tuesday and It's time for Jerry : assured that are getting value -
I month ran .I..n'.r. For tliUreiinon you )
the next right
then slip out there some day at flavor it is the largest' in size Chrlstodoulou to pass out the old from
In the (,:..".rooni and we urge parent not received when yon purchasehere. :
e recess time, or noon and see how and children, especially appreciate invitation to the coke crowd to ftx-nt|
athletic field to find fault with a rlillcl bemuse earnestly solicit your
the We
many of them refresh themselveswith the extra amount they get "Come to Jerry's" for a hot dog low
In making
0'dA our drink in preference to for their money when they buy . for a hamburger . for a The answer depend entirelyon until he nil angles of the I business and Invite you to call
I for are entrusted grades
all others" Dave SIlcox local PepsiCola."Mothers. fragrant bowl of spicy chill . you, parents you by and look around
with the responsibility\ of Hit lint Ion have liwn curefnllyfctudksl. Adv
distributor of this! ever popular need! not bother or just to drop In and say "hel Knnenilter that hocannot
his health. No child can get prweek.
drink said this week. about poor app'tlte. If they lo". I
what he should from his school >> "n his bent work unless
of the will allow their children only I I You will bo delighted with
I "It must be because It'll an old BUS (custom Is In phYl1I.I he Is In perfect |physical l
work unless he good
universal appeal of Pepsi- live cent a day for a bottleof this business. of dropping Into I condition. Adv. I the re ult . W. B. (11111)( ) Hun- i
cal condition.Should
Cola" he continued. "Men this. refreshing drink to go .leri-j's for a Miack after I I dy the genial proprietor of the

women and children everywhere along with those. home-made school . after a football have Chrckl'pIf Three Friends Barber Shop, guarantees -

tell UH that nothing ttandwlclie And It'.. good game ., after the how, you are at all in doubt as School Time Is that. ,
to whether" or not your youngsters Adv. p
run take Its place when It for them nnd the folks there" are lookIng I
I rome to quenching thirst andadding Mr. SIlcox Is more and more forward to the day when, are physically fit to begin the I

an extra sluire of pep enthusiastic' about the reception the croud will l>e gutherlnKrotuiil !school term of eight long months, Haircut TimeThe 1

when they feel that they that has been given to PepsiColaand again. Make It noon, especially; during the hot trying YOU CAN GET
month of September we strongly
IA haxen't enough left to flnlr-h. Its ever Increasing popularity puls. "...n be" looking for
the day."When since he began distributing It advise you to lake them at once 1 Three Friends' Haibei Shop: REAL RELIEF r 4
you the family doctor for a thorough \"- bo place
"I'm to expects to a very busy
Pepsi- here seven years ago. Adv.
school opens, same
Cola becomes even more important convinced more completely every physical checkupIf I between now and the opening of fan* ACIDINDIGESTION ,
wonderful doctor suggests. n school next Tues,lay September
In the lives of our boys and year that we do have a jour
h girls," Mr.: SIlcox said, "for It is I product because It enjoys suchindisputable Bradford Photo tonic UH it "builder-tipper" . 4, rrT,
remarkable how much better', popularity", Mr. SIl in heultligUIniltamliiM/ <, The young folks. might foigettheir ,
those school lunches taste when cox concluded. then rume to ('uno\il' where looks. when! I they are upend {
each UHtomer'tt reiiuettt' In lug the summer months In their 1
Aids Amateurs Ith i'n direful consideration own back yards or at camp, but $'y' BISMAREXCarpenter's l n ,

Groove" a nil iecrlptlons., from the when the school bells begin to
Jewelry That's You might not think it so important largest to the smallest, are ring/ they start thinking about

right now but In the Kl\eii the! \ery rurrful attention how they will\ appear to the other

years to come you'll! give a fortune that they Uesertr.Knjoy / young friends. with whom they Drug Store

Featured By Wonder Gift Shop for a photographic record. Our Fountain may be associated. I /#:;

of your school dIYIIthe happiest Of course It may be that your Bring Out rerHonalltyMothers IiV V

Teensters take note! We've I est selection In town aa help us! I time of your life! child is In perfect health. In In thin trinity ."

Just the spice to give your classic : And )if you're looking for Of courselth cameras'" that cane all we can do is to Invite long ago learned that when
\. sweaters the oomph they deserve a gift gain, then that't right ractlcallj| off the market him to drop In after school they want their (children. to STARKE '

. your date dresses! the up our ulley We'ie the sort und film hard lo get I'M I goIng for a refreshing" drink. or for a look their bent nod rcceKeextiu TRANSFER"

bait that puts you In the "glitterbug" of things you buy to glteawuy to Im iilure difficult thun healthful dish of Ice cream that special attention, aft ,
class. und then keep jourhclf ctrr this year to keep u satisfactory will help to furnish (the energy that Is nrcCNHiiry to do IH. to : -----

It's the Wonder Gift Shop . and we'll wrap and pUture\ record Still! he will need for those long hours Hend them to tin Three I Local And '
Gal.talklnJt mall for you if ).ou'r8 too helping I he amateur photographer of play. But In any event we I'rlenils, IhirlH-r' I'IhOI wlieieexperienced 'f
gabbing irresistible. line of bury Tracking those Itouks. IH our business' and want to be of any service! that 'barlx>m know how Long DistanceHauling ..:
about our
Hit of Advice M-ilutps| \\'<"> can toe a lot ofilsslstiincei we can, whether In time of 111- lo cut I heir hair In order, loem r

Just costume'fer jewelry Instance . whether I, And now that we've broughtup to you If you will ness of In time of health pintstheir! pcrMoiuillty. I '('

I wear your hair flat, in curlsor the books, how'se about lending just bring/ your; problems to The matter of physical examination the \er.v bent lultuntugP. tI A
you pearly ear to some good .. Is NOery important In the habit of
pompadour . there's! a way your n. If you are nut I '
I ? Start to study on the liowe\fr that we mentionIt Phone 179
advice IinaliiitMa
it with combs . I'oi-lriklts sending your child lo the ThreeFrlenis
to emphasize .
. ''n. ". want especially, d
of school iiK
whim! very day In order to keep a comprehensive .
fashion's newest accessory point that i Barber Shop, do so this } r,
I because 10 cmphaslthe
Ours are adorned with clustersof > tomorrow Isn't soon enough record, you shouldn't rely entirely ..1\\
I tomorrow you're going to but should
pastel pearls to slmllate blossoms on snapshots
ar.d are cute as a bug'sear I have just as much "fun to get also have an occasional studio

I I . if you know what we done" as you had today. And portrait. And when! you're ,ready
I I I so It will go from! day to day for this where could you go to

PENCILSERASERS : mean Lapel Lovelies I until you'll be sunk into deep have a better!' likeness made than

Then there are our lapel gadgets regret and despair come "test the Bradford Photo Shop where I

. conversation pieces If time". only reliable and experienced artisans
we ever saw one . and earrings I I But who are we to talk about are at work?
when what we really want start right now
with exams Why not
galore . a "must" your
chic up-halr. We've. dramatic'' you to do Is "come up and see to keep an ulhiini of all Jour

INK . saucy ones . and us sometime"? high M-hool uctUlticM the
ones I Adv. snapshot May? Vim will find (
just plain beauties . the larg-
you never hood NO much fun
PEN STAFFS In your life, and In later c _

Foods at Darbv'sTo year<< jour picture reonl ulll sLi / .
Wholesome &x
1 PEN POINTS Buy be a buy.treasure bloat gold cannot ) ,,f1 ,

TABLETS Provide Pep for School Child take Let your the pictures Bradford or Photo develop taken.Shop the 1 Iy r m!i iw

ones your friend have
the to carry through the day until How about your camera and cam
to serve pea
( RULERS "We are Bradford ready County with the I the hot evening meal without era supplies? Come In and seeu '

I ple of canned and staple loss of energy." I Iitarby' any time.Ve are sure we i'M
fresh I
finest obtainable the management .. Store Is one of the can bur of service to you. '
CRAYONS groceries Store stated oldest. established fowl stores I Ally,
of Darby's In Bradford County and tlll

yesterday. dare Its business on the excellent found at the Denmark Furniture ,
PASTESCISSORS "With school starting Tuesday," reputation Its proprietor Store that would help make Ig.l

Mr. Darby continued, "it !is: more luite built up here. studying a pleasure for your boy
that mothers wide selections of .
than ever important through: the many long yearsof and girl are "
give their children wholesome, satisfactory service "\'oucan.t floor lamps and writing desks. 0"F >
well-rounded meals two or three go wrong If you go to You should give your t>)y or girla in
child's health room (or corner at
A private
NOTEBOOKSALL. times a day. Darby:
and well-being is directly dependent 4 Ady.Denmark least) and his own desk and lamp
his nutrition and no where he or she can concentratebetter A(
upon his best school than if forced to study in ;i '1 + +
youngster can do who's solid with the soda .. i
ALL TYPE: where
or room ,
undernourished the family
Is Stresses
work If he ,
others are talking the radio In In Jfj p1 i
Improperly fed. 'fountain sot as the but drossoa gal s"(
little brother or sis 1
Notebook Pape "\V"e handle Monarch superior playing and "...- .

canned food and areprou.1 Rest ter reading aloud from a Mother town t Her,', my pot.! rOf'Uck.tO'SChOor':: ',., .
Proper 1
MUd. book
If Mr. Darby r ,
of ,
ALL SIZE: he stated "Mont Parents are often unfair luscToTs monswoarj J jiffj i, u' + )t
Continuing '0.- In troy
today aredepending Hare you ever thought how to the children In blaming ...."...
Protractors of our on canned goalsfor I Important It Is for your child to them for falling !in their tulle fllnnel-challlstrIDld- 7Tt; dreamy

and vegetables that have the proper rest if he Is to .* when the fact I* that If ., .-

fruits out of tieation and It U I succeed In his studies at school? studying at home were madea topper 'n skirt in Junior M
are be at his best IB pleasant furth..m .
reliable brond-4 be No child can little more ;
vital that I if he has not get alo"g
school room
We have carnet the they sins to 15..About fit
purchased. line for yearsbecause had the proper rest and sleep .better at aclioul. Let Denmark .

the Monarch ,lta- the night before.If help y..u furnish a y.iizaL
KOCH all the mineral are retained your child Is not sleepIng < comfortable' nook for that The 1s
mina and roaltrewn a
comfortaWr girl In your
canning proc*** on a school boy or d
In the him a
you home.
of flavor.
without the lose Injustice and undoubtedly Adv
Lunches grave
For School his school" work. .
their Injuring r o.

DRUGSTORE "Those parents lunches who to give take to In spite of war time restrictions 10 CHICK R.I.. ., n .rrrral....... IN ealr rat
children cold occasionallyto we are ntlll offeringthe .. '. eNr.....

school will be our wise extensive stockof flnent In comfortable Ih% ,. IN 1DAYST ; h....h!.IfMpvrlOMl..). for
look over at reasonable prte- k S
and ready cooked mattresses ; YOU-th! +
cold Sandwiches cuts with varying n.. Come In and look them '-o.... sVtahi666Liquid : -
entice a over.
from day to day Comfort
fillings Study In I
Ills Malarial
in for Symptom
Interest things
abler Among the many other
and be
that he will eat It

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PAGE ElGIIT f4T.UUtI"j" ---- 19
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week-end guests of were present Legion Meet
hlldren were to
:h) cession at 7:30: p. m.; St Mary's'' ; 4-H Boys Plan Farmers Order illand Mrs Lonnle Clyatt in j(I I Steve Starling and J. D. HlgginI -

I %,,. I chapter meeting 8pm. I II Fall GardensAbout Seed Oats 'rovldence |I botham, who are In the Navy ,and A regular m.. t ?? ,

!,!; '" I'ripiscopal' Thirteenth Sunday after Trinity Sunday, : Church School 10 a. I Miss Calleen Durance enteitatn-| now stationed at Camp Peary, American Leg1n,( will| '* H

I. \ I 11 : In the school Forty-five farmers placed a I Va., wish: to advise their friends Tuesday at 8 be h.
W 111. 't\\ : m.; Holy Communion a. m.; 50 boys !d the Senior B.Y.P.U. Class with! p I? ,,n 'the
cooperative order this week foi and relatives that they are well Hall Member Ltl
: ,,
; Friday: Litany and W' -lnt" the Rev. Fred Yeikes celebrant. communitU-H of Brooker Hampton Ice cream last Friday : ,u'""'"
650 bushels of seed oats with a in supper ( and getting along fine. I present at this , . I' to.'

+-_____.______ L _ ....._._ Lawtey, Rising, Hellbronn! large grower In West Florida night in her' home, about twelve i 1'
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and New River are planning to T. --- ------ ---
states County Agent L. Dyer --- --
: EVERY BRANCH OF grow fall gardens as one of their I who has arranged for the pur- --

4-H club projects, states County chase and hauling.The J
kp: i Agent L. T. Dyer, who Is supervising Quincy No. 1. which was
i : I 4-H club work, in every originated at the Quincy Experiment .

YnJuranceH. community. Station Is the variety being t-' .-$'t.. .,..,, ''''10
; These boys Mr. Dyer says, expect purchased, Mr. Dyer states. It '. 'J.. t

to make exhibits of fresh Is practically rust resistant and ,
r a i vegetables from their gardens, as should give longer grazing. >

well as other farm produce at the a w & ,
C. WALL County Fair which Is to be held .
here in October. Stores to Continue 'r.J

Wednesday ClosingLocal

,t Agency r Recent Births clothing stores will continue ,

the Wednesday
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Graham an- practice
Constant Service Over 50 Years nounce the birth of a daughter, half-holidays through the winter I
months, on a year-round, basis, ac-
Mary Jo Alyce, In the Bruns-
Please Phone 116CLASSIFIED wick, Ga., hoHpilal on August 22. cording to an announcement yesterday J .
G Mr. and Mis. Albert C. Grif by N. Sternberg.
', Heretofore they have been clos- ,"
tithe announce the arrival of a
> N daughter, Evelyn Ruth, on Au- ing for a half holiday only dur-

1 ADS gust 21, in the Lake Shore Hos- ing the summer

pital, Lake City. Before her e a a 5' . e r r'-c--w w w.'

,!, .OH HUNT: to reliable pnrty 8riMiin post 'KA LN-I umil vacuum clean. marriage Mrs. Griffiths was Mlsa I S
i .. biinKitl' .>w, 8ly ItmIIPl "on er and I lance hot plate. Cnn Lillian Barnes, daughter of Mr, (
o . LawteyBy
t 'State..n".H. road turl\h.h..I.. No. 2H!! Availableiliout lie Keen at Mlmlford, House lip and Mm. Alex Barnes of Starke.

'" y, K'I't. 15.VI'lle I'. O WASTJoIJ-H"III..onn: to tare for Mrs Griffiths and daughter will EVELYN \V.\KKEN _
'I'' i' Box lOG, Starke' Fla. It three. old . -
year boy from 8 until return this week to their new S a e e . e
480: flu diivn a week, Piefermimeone i
FOR MALI:!-(innlnmllk goals' reuHr.nuhlw with children home In the Rising section, which
ttw'' . K. 11:. JloHHer Jit. 2 I own who would. tare for of him their In Mr. Griffiths Is now completing. Mrs. J. L. Heath of Savannah

, Box 332. Hlhl'KM'I.K > their:Mrn own I D home It.'h flood' Uen."..y. Write liel' Ga., la here vIsiting her brother- IMPERIAL SEAT COVERS Athletic:i
,YI, : : KUri'OIlTH individuallydeslgnsd. I Hlnrke. Flu.. Hji in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs.
)11'''. Bertha 1'enruo, 305 Recent MarriagesHarry
t t West i MudlHon St. 7-2H-4IP' "..-..----------. Lacy Dobbs. A beautiful SUinT
William Morgan and Miss Marjorie Carmichael has
lHnMANKNT! : WAVIO, 51cl! 1m yours durable cover 0 I
own Permanent with C'harm- Wanted Theda Kimball, both of Starke, returned from Belle Glade, where with that "exelusive" 1.29
't ,' Kurl Kit Conipleta: equipment, Help Aug 26. she has been spending. sometime
Imludlng 40 curler and nhumpoo. appearance.Made-
01'/ pansy. to do, ahiiolutely. harfttless.1'ratssd . H. R. Lewis, Camp Blanding, with relatives. AUIDPII
l hY thousands. IniliidlnK and Beatrice Weaver, Starke, Cassie Dobbs, son of Mr. and ( 'hld.bJ!
4l Fay McXenal.l glamorous moviestar. Girls of all cloth or "I' :Roomy etta
Money refunded If not1I..IIHtl.d. .' Aug. 24. Mrs. Lacy Dobbs was visiting
.'. Store, combination
i Ko"' 1'rui' athletic Ael4
8j18-Ut-I1IU friends and relatives here one day gym: a
i t Age IS 28 MethodistHoly last week. of cloth and leisure moments
IF you vvoiti: BUY (lit 1:1.1.: cotton fiber in _
milk row, utork cows beef'L Mrs C. H. Dobbs of Pensacola
'L //1 b rattle, stuck bull. or ),nlf"., wet Typists Communion will be observed Is here visiting her parents, Mr. plaids or solid Folds Wit.,"NolIn Un.
t In touch with J 1) Oiltim Jr.
I HI>K 247 "Htuika, llox 104 Lake at the Methodist Church and Mrs. Walter Wilkinson She colors as avail
City. Telephone 481 Lake (ltt-44.'It?. High School Grad. Sunday at both the 11 a. m. and expects to be here a week then able. Sedan -

f uates 8 p. m. service, the pastor. Rev. will return to Pensacola to be and coaches. ,
t r" Ftilt SALt. )-MlHHlonury dl'Ithoden xtrawlierryPlantH W. J. Churchwell announced yell" with her husband who Is stationed -
4'.Y 'hv the bed
. t Koiid. lit. 2, lx 7J11 Apply tet'day. there. Mrs. Dobbs Is the
l tj I I- -4 tp "What It Is To Be A ChrIs- former Miss Jewell Wilkinson.Mrs. 12.95

+ MTIIAYM: 1J lilt MIST dark hay tian 7" will be the topic of Mr.2hurchwell's . M. B. Plum me r and I.UNCJIII01
4 I'l mare, npptoxlmately 1000( Urn. Manager
morning message and daughter Barbara Ann stopped
Left Krooker Auir 22 If found
t please .notify I (I. n, Fvuxle.Itronker. Western Union he will speak on "Condition of here over the week-end on their I gale J9f
e d Itp Pardon" at the evening service at way back to Miami. They have Palde
1 ',H LAI.y WITH NARY wantH room. which time there will also be been to Virginia visiting relatives Keep Your Bike Rolling/ Lining be carrfeci'in to J' thlcknest
Will give. $10 bonus for Information ,.. coat patois:
t k r l leading" t.. rental, of ----------- congregational singing of familiar there. Mrs. Plummer was the I 'lIrs.. Wnebable.lenfulr.
name. :'.11'''. tlorare. KilwariM: %: foil HAM:-two loto. ROxlOO hymns.All guest of Mr and Mrs. Joe Brown ChampionBIKE TRAVELCASE
Uradford I'ounty Teleitraph. Itp tter.., while Hiss Plu m was the I
or will trade for cltr.V.. O I. young people are invited to : ey .T-l'/cce
1'1'., KOI ALI5-11141 llinlMon convertible Halm. 9.1 1 2t attend the Youth Fellowship guest of Miss Barbara Moore I .po
,Iill coupe loud tlrvH. "'II..,' ., '. condition. A bargain for oiiMh. FlIt SAWS CIIKAP( -15 farnlMh and meeting at 6:30: Sunday evening Miss Lou Edwards Is spending' TIRE it,6e
'f: 1 OPA relllnw prlc-o. observed, J Rhode Inland lied hens tiver- when a'snack will be served pre- some time In Jacksonville visiting OUTFIT
t T. Qulitley at Quigley l and luvl: stork, of hens. Apply N. N. 1're- relatives. 498
J'4's It viitti; A & P Stora. lip ceedlng a spiritual program. 2.29

1 __..__..._____..._____.__ -_ ---_._---------_. Mrs. Hines and daughter, Linda, 3.98size.
i VITII AUMY !SERVICE; FORCES of Tampa: were week-end guestsof 26 X 2.125
Deep Display it prouiilf
Pvt. Cuyle E. Wilkinson, Jr., Mrs. Hines' mother, Mrs. non skid Sall. eonptct and lightweigkt. Complete wit)

y FARM whose wife, Hazel T. Wilkinson, Enoch Griffis. tread and Equip It youritlf. fUg, poll, til
FOR SALE Miss Evelyn Edwards of Starke strongflexible Buckle and trap fastener. top, rope in
resides in Maxville, has been assigned cord holder
was visiting her parents, Mr. and
to the Army Service Forces Mrs. Thee Edwards body. E
Training Center Camp Plauche, Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Clyatt and -.
; TIMHEK. ENTIRE PLACE FENCED WITH IIOG New Orleans, La., for basic military
WIRE Fil-0-Mafie Coven Approved In All

I i training. I mSTaOU'J KIT
: After six weeks there he will t'
i. Large 5-Room House Painted Inside and Out. Attic receive nine weeks of specialized 1" : SELL HIOALfc.tTAi. 11.45 -
Easily Converted Into Apartment. Front and Hack ufirrmlrmt : STOP Ill

_;; ,, Porch. De.'co!' System. Running Water. Darn and training to fit him for duty with V. Ivy property mlTVrtlaer less mini of conn 0.I'MIO ...e. up V J:3c ,
Outbuildings. the Transportation Corps whichIs /: .. .* of II ome._K.rmArrrmtif. ..- Includes patches and] and I

., charged with the mission of Buyer from all. over tae ...... cement . Terytblng
World. Free lUtlnc.E.
transporting and materialsto needed for the repair of

.a , $1,775.00 theatres of operations throughout STANDARD.stall. puncture Reg. 2.19

f ?I' 2 Miles East!' of Starke on Road 48 3-10 Miles to Left the world. Locally by I BATTERY RUMIICCMINT.. ...... 2 table 7. 1.98
Prior to
I. On Graded; Road. AUBREY MERCER Box 461 Induction Pvt. Wilkinson ('. C. IIOLI.1NGSWORTU 01".. lone economical
was a carmen's helper for JIll S. Walnut SU service. Meets TOO. riqnlrtmnti\
I 1 '1 .--------------------0. ':. the Seaboard Airline! Railway dependable.flu. and For Saf Nlgfit DrMitgl Adjustable brackat )Sam
f* i i lamp

Have a "Coke" = Put 'er there old timer ARCHERYSET.. Quality' 49c J POLONIUM SPARK

i ,. PLUGS:
; : !'ii;
.,t f
,d"':, I '=: $1"01'E.
A track necessity. Meets W1
X.O.O. requirements Water-
d1 Old eta
I ; proof> Mud bulb. :Bed or

v amber lens. Guaranteed to start root
y f i., s.; I s, motor quicker and proriiii
smoother operation, of

: _ _!! .fr REDUCED money back.
Il .w+ : w .
i -; I pl TO CltARl -

l via -a I !
-f1 tai' 910 VALUE
; y
I -
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; I 'jj'jjjij
A ,:
t .' 1.95Xeraonwood

it t il't f .1 1\ien't Belts Kite
t icet bow and First Aid
cedar arro..... 10 pitcc: Wer.89c.
11* -complete adult set. 93c, 1.00 98c
: ; :,

4' / '' I ; '""r- 1 1 7 S lj1 Y: ,+ 1tl LET US HELP YOU KEEP YOUR


la ,l 46.CO.Ib

a e t o r y.C o.ri t r o 1 1 e <


a' . or greeting new pals hi Ketchikan ML.J. ( <*m A Quality Came/back,:.

J '' The soldier from '
newly-arrived the States finds Alaska a land! of friendly 1 / j

welcome. There as here he finds Coca-Cob. In Ketchikan to say Have a F

: 4 ..Co..." means Pal w.'" right glad you're here just as it does in your own 4

i1 dj /I G ; I home. In many lands around the globe, the parse that rejreibts with ice-<:olJ ROBERTS

)d .1 t Coca-Cola has become a symbol of a friendly.way of living. ."Coke"= Coca.cola .

Li It s natural: for popular names 600 Florid
r I t OTTIIO UNDI AUTHORITY. Or THI COCA.COtA COMPANY Y to acquire friendly abbrevia- Temple Ave, Starke,

e tioni. That why you hear


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& ..,.I.ON ulntL 4i tn, &O rortv-tun ilei .. as .".ii w ," *" "in..,u. Ut ax* ." \i > entnia men M"J.-IPIC. o IT. &c on ana altar Uu expiration
Nil. '. \. .... W.OCU. uLaot1J' &b. ''Oltrl" *haIl elorted for a term I I.'.., .4 of Article Ql ,> the Oonsti$* town and DM ob"r, of t. term of each of slid Count
) JD o. Tear the Srnacor t'.ou if till relatln of cud
ate .
fr the offlo
roe Jmictine 1 ana SolCIC
&(SOI .'rla. OUOt.
, , pas o .oint i tb. uiotrui .' I OnR
,1endm.nte to Ifl. Jrtlet .1'11 > uni arm Mt. and .",1:1.1$ ovrnunnt acid acb municipality town altr\ct te o"Dty t'lcltr PHt
.1' riortam., .na : lo trm n veers from the th .1, 0 and otbar special taxIng ,.'ICt$ un. Inn ablt"
..ta. ol "t nt 194.! said
S.' b a "otin time GnprA &lelt"n iiand twn., and .m. I. reated be inw or which r \ bere. Countl. and all dutlneif
tjd w.> y .MCMUt IDd 1..1
no tnemoart .. electe tO I t.r it lou -.' electnr* it tn, ant > tbe said Counting. the .
VU t... IU .ca i nal rtl oDtl .lal <.t.
. Ul nt a DUlc 'of Florida at the Election nfIlcort or the State each
7 : anuiroa upon oal (.n.. power I r.J oudl.t U .It
; .,jru Filed office Secretary C atatelune .intativea tn be m IB44 I r ',. 0
.. 1.10 for tne Ouotl.
;C, .ndibe wita*' dia 1.11.U.ter-JI. 14. IMS for .IPorOVII o rejection Lh., W e' posing pur"mUa"o to m."u" ,i-d upon Section i On and after the "X-

i i- ifat ...,ca Join snv .,( 34 ->l ArIC. HI in Counties -.uejm-t to plration ot the of the
U"jw I prp.r" trn.
.. JOIN1 the CouKtltuUon$ ot tbe BL.t IT.tvda like within 01 Uie Criminal c.rl.
U1. .I..c"' '' A lvJu'IUtplDI 0 or other taxes ot
, W '
IUKI .... l&J41cU011 la Atc. be amended , ... ..1iiiu A"na"C'IU" I' r."u" "Dte Home of the
::: U. ol t special taxing area, they each are nave ba

IJS-1 ... .. B. A. GRAV.i ttulHUUtf. bu ,.,. .U'H.U> tiUO l.a"I' Section M. rne .ilar. shall al.Lrlc U. otbe Ta* Assessor in eacbof elected on January.rIIA. 1843 tbe "

11":,':' .' : . sun" ot lloruu.Ulftt UOOH ol UM feace. eatabllub a uniform oouoty Counties snail m determining 01 the 01.r. of tie Crimiual Curt RAP H SweetEst Strawberries
and wbicb snail 01
_. municipal government levied both
} V' .. S OL .1 .v .. . each asaeumeut add amount Ecor Uouutiee *
\oJ.>11 .. .ii" ,,,';TION ..u_ ..CiitiS. ".ioon.ioi00i be applicable except m saava cOde and imposed oy such DI.I. t the Clfrl. Oil Civil Cout at Ueoord
""N :' :,u,1" / 14 Florida .. 105 IUiiUI0. SiMUOWOCOI bu OVtiUUU local' or special. laWs are provided or amount Imposed bv ". the Court of ,,. in U". This Side of Heaven
hereafter be provided bv tbe Legislature County shell
.. ". U"' "i IM AXUU Ul bUd WUUIUbUbli may counties Uade and all be aOolunod. Mid .
i.vnjJug o.R
11" :.,... that mat be i000UatStnttherewith Q dULloe ot the Clerka
Ui i.MA0S Wt UUllltU uuauiauk lIla Criminal
U. AttM Uid >i iOS abub iu*b uu
""': ,. ,. ,," A. >U t atnjuuu .. Oourt
; 500.Sw Record in Dotti
tue OWSU 11 551110 uetouiber Jlsb. S55. uie Couuiyla o oUDtl' .
f. "' ,,'; : NOVEMBER .. 55 .OUO0.iVO . ... Filed ui office deL 0 State. ul IOU Ouuuuua ul and duties ot tbe Clerk
June 1813
.."'" lejviuun ul &b.f tUUbU* .fc bUli fcUUeflU .. 10 I . abate ul ciurida, CIVi Oourt of Crimes in UnUe Ount
, .. uj ... .. ..1. all
..uu> laa OuuvubufLUC lakim .
i ::: .. p&o.u.ui Muiena'S SS tot buiittt.iuu; 01 ICJe11UU.buii1iUM suaii eacu uie b.ume.
.. .. M his bl&&lI 44. iuuitt *iuu* u.. but, A JOINT KE6OLOT1ON Proponing to all va."w.ui aua. awreaae Uvxeetevieu bceume e duti of the NUMHKK ""RTY-$IX
f I i;:?: ':! ...<** J 15100 uutuici u* VMCUUUUU19 Amend Section Six and Section Sevenot auu.. MIIM55U. lui uie vuieuuattitu IvappctlTa Cltuka ut '. -I Court
1' XV 111 ol tOe Cousiuutiun lo bad and
iigiL.. VIA. AUtUA U. WlttVUia Wtifc ALlcl. 0 sausev.ukUb yvais t .
a UMUtt
.on4JiU JUA VIU&1Ue0JMi .. the ol Florida Heiatlntl ) 1W4J aua 6ecnou a. fa. .
.,; ..... ..... neci .. .0& LiiM Ju5140e. (U krvacH iux MUU *juucuutcww Term St.t Olflcc of t .uuk ISLeS uuw ''0'u.. .. 001Mkbtia duties .. aMuuipiiuu o oew ttua
iuuiyuuiJ .. circuitwvujbl .uue
.... uuiu uliij tiM tero. "pplnL L. pNVI.
> Ui 0
.. uy
..- _..."....... 4Lie .. or to Pill Article eutitie
...... -" Iuu5tiutt UMbica Uwuicu iuUttTttUy 11".o &ICle I wiUiiu eauu ul saia Ouuuuns.aua aa .o mir otlc tarke RetailersSettlement
.. .... live Under Sa tu ouiiipcuaauuu.
i UUb lOu utroe V.IUUtlO ui Uuuuiy uuute aua
io ,'a& ,L .LJS' "I"' 501. &CULU ."I.w .5 -.-I- ... . .o'u.... and auivatfe baJLve uu- olflcera upon whom eucb Dew duiiee

i _.w-.....';:.6L U" ..** .*.*......, tur uiay ciuUitt* IOu. uuuudiuitw ul.*uKUUU > luna Ill LOs. aimai . LW" aiabllCb .la be 1.UII ouutiuue 'be

C il ...Me.MIOUeMbe .M. -- ''U UUW Ut UttllMUWU MUU* ILlS 1UUUWLUM. aHMHUIIUMfc UJ OUCbiuu UUiUlg gi14'l UUUttuiupurty luv..r..1 : 1. 1..r" law t.
.. t.IiSIXi0I 0
M' o aucuuu I ul Aiuue XVAJJul u u.w now .
iM l.4S .......UUAMWA. tttflUUiUU UUW *UUi* aua Vfiuiiu caiui ui saiu cuuubu.a.auu. rtat. 1 I. oe .
.i ... IoU .iewoM ". ** '. UHUVCU IkiiU.ULU. Uuiuricb uuw ur u..w. ILlS wuusiifcuuuu. ui toe ebabe ul t-uguiiabuie uuty piuviue. uiat lter. aa rlIU. I the liimg o molt Checks Totaling
.ia. Li" .... ... ..... ".". wU SOY 5iU4O5 .. L&51eb3 reopcctive aaaaip .n. $4,00
...., .... U "" &i114S. r rUv&aSa uuw .v.U' . aalu cuuecbuia sUau amo oui 0 "r..IUI "
J ".... .iUbiMS. ; "* *."* .1 Kuy u ouauttOM uU4 u* .uoui -. .ituu iLlS .U.". ...any. ubuet ba*" ucvu.oe U eacisua ml.m.U. ... 1._. Here This

_.-. S...... ,.................... Ml '5- '8" uu,. pbopiu ui uy uuuuvy Iii ... Uie I4UU4UMJU AlltbWi ul UlSiiMi wiuiiii MUU ...... OUCh ouilecture .- Prvl.aa how.v.r.uauiuoa Uiat eucu "Ulcr Coleced

... S.UW. ...... ......iS.S.o ..01<1"""" .. gLXSsLSU. D) twitu uuauiu .b ui* .. ul ciuiiuu 4ui cauiAMibiuu u re- auiui 545111 luuut ,, uie ..iguubtiU .UI.Y. 1.d..I_ take tIle aurvlu .tt 25 Dealers
cuuu ab uie ucab generaViVWbiUU \\Ulu.1 over
...... ... .00055..Wi . "". .LUiLULi.atisu j ... uiuuul ulliciaia ut euuu bitlmiiiauuiuriby eucu
.. W.. _........_.. SOSM iU" .Ua014 .U.u. DU14..4Z, a auu.*, Ulttb M* *M>. . OWUUUttauu tueu rUspIlcilvI vouuuu .luW.d expcnaue ot.'a'I. enipioyem

-a-,",:..". -.. S0- 515. .UI Ju 10..1... : *xui ul Aibiuie uie atabe JkViAi ul ui cluiiua.uie vuubibuuou CMAiAibuaua .50015 .." builecbua on ia, *luiuiwitu.. ILUUU las ul .IG may t>e approved "110...U.l0. The O. P. A. clamped down on Starke retailers with ani

: .. ....., .1 WMJ iU..V. .1 KS um> oe uiuvmua ui tudle
sun Oouiuioa,
,..s'ao-'..". ...... .... "' ''-''. A JOINi ui.LIir4; fropokibg anAmeuumaul bu U.ffk.4tu Sue ua bbi iShiUWI.OuilULi UA UltlU 1OI o41115ilI.Oi. ..ouuevt 514544.eucu wwu _baa wuv stabaiuuut -.- .UU Louwu.'uu.1.. .uU..or. ----.6........' 19 55 i hand this week to extract an approximate total' of $4,000 :

'D ......,.: ":,,:0M" -=.o:: ::.iSis" 01 Hunutt bu ntuu uy. V..uuui ut IOu buuiebbUUU.U oouitiLubiou Si'iUOilUMa .. ..... .) nub elabuimiub.10.1., ,*wuiuu. unii uikiuue. ail ftoiwiiUkUiuuiuK may oe estaOiiauuu any uv' Muuerai u.. fUKuiiatuie ur n dealers who were not in compliance with ceiling prices. "
his UAlAbM bUiUM
a -' .-.......... US ...4.... bUiioU ttuittbrnn bw bu. hM eoiotw UUM *5500 ,UA) bu io.Siiih.hUih butt. CUM luellUMal aa vuiunui ur aweuKe.uaai mxe ycut aMiiueuuuriuit upuueu .cial I.. 1.1*. uroviaiobs ul tuis A.1. As amiable C. W. Uaehr Price Liaison Officer, put it, >
: .. OilS "* oe . '
: . SOSb aUUeS .
ViU.i.O. 01 ovab .1..011. u .01400) buu liibb iUuuuu) UA .I Soil uutiuuuui evtS.esuuiin5 41. iKisiHturs
._u ..p... ..., ... ....... .. LiMO i .eeLu.,,, $.U14. '.OUU&4 SilObUiiIiwiu .. .l 115.1 MAbUl Uia VtebbiUU SOil ..u "\. Ol luai yluuuiby pi auu ail may I'Y..b.., .1...$>ietutiuu 'quests were made for Hottlvment checks made payable'
u. ... ........ 4&U... bSi .. ae&eIa1. LOS "" ,5.4iWO. Ul tub ul uursuuiu 'u..I. ., I o. uuiiucs aua a"vbioua -
.. *
. -- it "I. UW bu .he Treasurer of the United) States and meetings held toe
':..., ...aWe SM ... .... ol we "uW 01 u.W&" 05i00a a. 114 .. at 545011(10 ta."teU4ltilibMb eacu piucoi., .v.tea tuis AiuuiS auu aireci ui.u ,

:;'.M --- _.v ""OSO iSO is. 10lwt iaU00iT P. .. t."! loi .0.. IUA VMCiuiClos u...,*.. ... .. situ BU .,...lul upon euuu s*54UhhiSil jivul U *441 elluct may oy related. ..W. ills bevuuatuie up matters which should lead to a better understand-
. .
... .
Ollli.oDOlUbUlBUl .jiusuau
ul couiroi
*0i00 5050 550001005 W ,. biUU OUAU we 1U1 buub UUll ..11 ... .. uie 000lpsI. "
_. v"" "J bUeUUIpApulia OUOV1.lUi.
... W" suia oy aatiuu ut
U. LOiS b5d ,, 10 hiS kil.1 1'.1'' SiLsi .. ItUllU WUiliiilvM\.Uj| bUU4UBII ue c. s. iuakvsu Salon olllLel sos lime ex between dealers and the Office of Price

Si.. -t ": :': :"** a ::'. t.UI MU0WY J&0U5L "I' 0) . AUIMUUJT Hltd bU. ... WUOOS. ) W luay us piuviuvu 151W. auu uy baa..wci tuicutv.uub lucieu ueue aua eouuuii. U eucu uinue ai. But attitude of acquiescent courtesy on thet

I :::'..-......... ...'.. iSA .I. 0Os Uie uuvclUOt 000.L1LL140U0 u* jauuuijr utsAb U4.ui eubu ShUSOU > cuuuby uy taw ui luieuiuaula .uuituv aua uiay auuiuiu despite an

"...- ................ --. Dl bne ubU.'. UA uiiiue. _*auuu> .... suiU auu cuuvelbua 54110 *. ."... uiaua ) s cirauKe sbuiiis Cuuutiua WIlliS lucy, eaisb Uiiu ..... of dealers and some pretty speeches made by Mr. Baehr ';
iii ... ... are auu uiav ot uuul .. .. .,
_.......... 05 SWU. fUik 55.4.A bun iwpubUvecuuuu tuna .
.... .MbS .Ji Oil -... ............... 1 JU.X) O* LU1ID.W.UI J. su "u..I.01 t> suiu uiepru 1101111.anu cuumes.. ul ulllcea IM* - retailers cringed as theysigneti \'
..- ......... ..... u. .. . ..U.A. JOIN tl.0ijOULLUDa . 511111 5411 .4 ssu .
,. .....'" 0, uie IaUUsOlOliUii fropoaiugAUiUUU. ueuulit ul eawu uiteiubiabaxuiii avcbiitu .. their checks and some
.-..-j...... ....... .... ............ ... .-"-_,...,.M-.-itt- .-b'lullUtt.--.-- AUlcUUtfU OVauUiuu AbCLlUU d. nIACIn Sin ul .' raia aubuuiib. saiea suiui ue utaaeaud still _....u. aucbiuu rfj aua..MI ul Lhb0.e UA

: ........ .....-.". j.hSbi0S. Liii. 1LieKUu 50 MUU&ItUOSt .UI.IiUIj 5.UOSIIIOOUM Ul IOu ObMbV ul IT 1U4 liwiabiua uuuaillea auu Uii.el0b AOl uciiuu.u tua 0V1.*.... ..ui Ai.icie viu. ,j&ibicie aua 5 )lard Closesst organized meetings for fur-

........ ...... W14 .O5Siii1S ... to oe nuuwu aa auction tt ot etuu I Uuuutjr' ... iuuc ra.OA .ui.ita 001114S4. as piuviuvu oy lawlur biuu 0 ul Arbiuie Uk ut bue wuusu one.. ther of the matter

: ...- 5050 ......... Si ,.... reiauutt. u UIM eieubiuii ul ctiaie 11 _...A A i1 ." cuuuty ..... vuou AiUg ."..- tutiuu ul ILls etabs at *u>iiiu* sWill di''usion
MVViiJ. UUiM Lusi tfUQKua ol criminal Uuurwot ."' tIC OiliiS UII uuie 15* uibuiasb, maypuiciuute i iuaiu ui lull luice after officials left
S. SO AIW&.y. .. .. its, "> .. ot uuluittLiuaure. o. ailed s00 .
.Sa wsuana suit i/ouuty exuiuibur iex- AUab OVCbiUU Aibible suiu lur bu ea saia awcuuus m
_. 'p0-S uUia uuiv
... .4. aua
i .....WhiO 01 ...* ...*"' "".. c k JUUMO gnu ouiiuituc 01 till wuuatihubiuu;u.uie abMbe ul rfutiUi 'U..I. .. au uiuueye aenveaIruui UUi"r plUVISlUUS U4 WUlWUbUbJUU tu* > Rooms town Wednesday. .

".. ..,...0&4,. ................. Uuurt.p Itttscuia u'HocuiuuiB ;.ULI' *. iUiAbiUg bu CUUUby CUIUUHftelUliCASue I ."..1 saiua aua iruiu pvuaiueeaud ui IllS awit ui fiuriu w.* isiuuuM ui* All in all Starke turned

S.Si"Uimi ............... ..... aud o lioceoy' ttnietju .0 SOil tile eume i* uuivuy auiouueu, luujiest euau oe "u..c,.. auaaufbriuuuia uifiuvs cuuauuUaieu "y uu Arucie. was

'S, II" W5 iUI.M 545Lii ..... aiiali be euuuututU bo Ute eiecbore sod tut auienuita is atfieua ui aua siuvuue pfo rava bu tue gespecilVuLUhiliLIUS. uuii leniaui lu Icui luice aua eiiecb. topsy-turvy by the O. P. A. '

IOU State ut frlonua lot r.'lue..o. o suuuubMtu. W" .'."lr. ul uieotabe ...1..1... .W. GA..n. save> auu except as ., uiay aoun lecauae of Inability to obtain i "
Ui45b1iiI .0& e.J&o' ..... rejection at U. Oeuerai luecuon tube ul fiuiiUH . abuujrai .a. age uisuicut .a." UisutivtaaiiuiUiUg iviaUi bu .1. ulllcMi aua uu 5)54551 this week as almost every
ou tuesday suet WeIiret ot LSihiSSSliLihiiVUS tu bu tue pruportiuu ul taAe ul ... aua itius liiate service and al- I
Held tiuu ue ueiu uiUfH ... MttUe auu plumbln& of business in town had .
paiooi type
Moveiuoei JM tot eacu upuu u 1114155 ..
la .
6..U 11.. o LOX atouuvai ur "J"C". iuaiaeutluu levied by .. nuiiua. *uu a* excrMllvo water ,\
jsnodo0LOi krOpuoi&i. Iowa. d. ui ArtiCle Y u aa O.Q.", piece ol p10115Ll> uivuiveu.auubiuu 'sucu ullicus. sysbimi atuu lews .... its measure taken except the
\ "Boctlon 11.) dtate Attorney Judget ui teaa aa louowa.'aecbiuu siiuuicipaiibiua. ua eacb ulsaia suia cuuubius. *uc4i oecbiuus . the Board of County Con
'. OSUiOMe S. Lou ;
....WiiUi..-.....iO.....iii. iii iou aisk.00siiiC .. ... 01 uie urimiuai courba ol Hocoru Juuueand auaUouutl A. .... snail oe oneCouuby cuuubiua 0. uiay uy' suuciiu .44.eiuctioubu imt.retain 141505541 CUUSblbUtiUU uy uiut SUWU Uw UlUUlliWU .. iloners. In session here Mon- dry (roods merchants who also
toxceyl juuuie.UlliCS
ueLoiuuvt .
cuuuuuuuuuet ui eacn ut bu I have uncomfortable
U00SUS 51M. L... .lel'.r" uielive t>e uaiu p&io
.w...MUS ...v0OUM. .. 0 lbs tu. ttckoiu county cuuuuu>aiuiiti amtriLbs bu. riaut to \ 4iu cuuecbts SlhSi.$. UUblVM4ly W jhs.. decided to clonfe the rest a tetURI '
01 oeieultcr Aiuuie.uwruiuunt lOWS that "the will be .
ioUi.__u ... Se loW ......S05k5 ia.O .. 01 B touiuia "uu."quaiiiwd. eiekturaot ui eacu "u""'). wuicu UiMtricu *uauue >ea upuu auupciuu Uiia wibUiu bus ns located on the courthouse boys I'Noon.

USoi.MOiSW UO4.ia5S 5. I'S be elecwd oy 01couuuee nuuiuereu uue \live ....... auuuau auy' wuuictpai amiralber A JO1M1 .
....*..... ........... SOUWSi.. tttuii reapuctlve J"d'"I'aua Couuby ercw.ol- ue aa u.. aa ".".. eq&ailu Counties ui Uuue aua. .C.I., uaysuubice i Kibau w IAWA I'rupusiua iAlUUUUUlWlib ind.i.
iaiSMlOI SOiS .otuer /t. pruyuibiou ... uupuiauuu. ineuoaru uot ,... tuau I... fcu AlbiCi 5414 Ul Uill VUU O. P. A. officials here Tuesday ;
.SiUiSO I.
is S LUII a apecuuttiucuuu .bUhtUM UA Ui* was stated that unfoitunatrly!
050000 SOS UUM. .ULi.M0SiWii Icu. .I.e.ed 01 State Attorney ul cuuuty cuuiuuM.uueis in tue oy puoucabiuu by busuuuuiLed Live .U4 *IU1 1U. . and Wednesday In addition to Mr. '
............ mat olKucord uuuutiua siiuii iroiu uiuebo bo u. uaibicipatbu uiuuioipuuty 48.5115. rlUUVlb> 4UI e persons who make uue ;
..S....._ UiAl Us.U1ID. *. JudgeS 01 criminal Lou. tiuie LiZ lue oounaoritfs. 01 SUCQ uisincut. trit."uuiuiis ul sucu aua ui* WUMVCUUU ul AMAUS, AI> o Itaehr. were R. Kostka district i'
U5 '
0555104145 uya *114444445 AUWUbU rent rooms show no conxlileitt-
.Wi .0... ......... VII a OidSbiaJSU Suit C.nL3 Imawr. .court.C."I oam County xuiniiiiin imiersnau outy Who suau aeitiuu 1 aud A liUVlUV UiMb 1U UU1V4UU4M awCWUW ",. price liaison officer: W. Muse :
.... tbe Judae .ni /ICIO. oe Shelled oy bue quuulicu elect. wbubuer billl VUUUkJ) Allii* for the and It IK
... .. .. .
.... -. 4i0.MUSASiM t. (Ia County) (Hall ..J.'I enucbive wituiiisuca UUIUIlaU, O.ttUl property
ol ReturU ors ol saiu COUntY at tne ume 5111PlaCe or uub ue. Ul "... Ul. CUUiAbJ nperlallst on beer and wines; S. .
..AMbMI I WA IMU iUi&.iiiUOUii filectiou 1C HHd U.. tieeuuiuctsvubuiK A -UU* fore to the
at Uie Ueuerai aucu .. aU441 400155 keep
be tiem ut vutuiK tur & oouuty ul- muuiuipauty. fcU* nUlbJ Impossible
.... ui nuiiu leiuuvo vu beuWWUMIM toe 111.1 lueauay *1151ID. ,uU. ute elect tu .. ) AUA l Sheftal ipeclallnt on meats fish ,
olliua mujoriby ..v" Ai* 4
and snail ) lur tour uy Ui fc s "
) In the state ofilr.
g ......"SU0WSOb OL..$.001LUo . .k.u. Monday w January. Utt*. yeaxa Leura fc'ruvmwu. tbat UIc.cuutity CuuunutMioners have .u"..1 uiuuicipaiiky cuiue uuduratuu ''1 OI.M.w, wwuA-.jr, oiiiuuA uu .MAuuihV. nblng plup'r and) ; W. A. McArthur, ttpoclallxt -
.JS.UbA&USUU '"'0UJaiheS Ma ot lour ur uy' itae .JUr.1'' ultuuso 4# 1*... .E W) wM. Fixtures" foollj "
eiecbecl truui .
tar a eaa. eveu uumueivu oectiuua 5.-is. WWWieV>,
......... .. U.
.154444tI44S4 0. durables
4 fl 'TOe term ut beuuiv ollice go3. in lim uutuiuiiue lUMb ib .. WULLUC OVUUUA 4411441. aaCuwU. on consumer
vutiua Mwibiilcl
...-i' ..uUiiiI" iOe ...." "1oA or nureiuier appointed d.'C. .r. lo suiu aucttuua. U uy' UbltU .455 *.HMUU. oo. ten and purls lIre eVt1

--..-. ...__.,,'. SO.5i .....u..... auy ner.w10r.' ot tun ou.e.nBiviu ui utiou.. toe two odd yeaia uuuiuurea'1. elucted ui snail serve n"I MUCH nut co.VOid uuUei tut uiajurity vutus tu uuuieuuuvc UACipMtibliW.. U*. WUUU.y.VU* 5445 IkAU' ed and carried away. It wu and, P. Weeks specialist on groce i.

AM I4AIIUI1..U "'.nl/-/ ..... edali not ue e&tvudua uureby any lor lour years, a..lcL tbetvrma auctions i aua 4 uireui, UK it ..1 4 ..v_. _. .. ries.
.. oaio.U.. till U1U .UUl .ol uco .. uriut .u ..rol'U tuua to cuii aua uoiu I 1,4.5 . ...
4 .
in any 'le. ebali oe : frovideu . ..
years -
.l.*bw, ....6.U IA> MJJU 5000 Ui to vacancy Said gust luuaday IL. 1. drat mat Utcllou 11 ui Article VU1ol ally sucu WUI"J eiucuuu ... tu UUCUUIUCK 41, .4456 .... iUnUW* ...lSi44Ul414fl. $.. ., . decided Duin& their brief I stay In

.... 0 W. S.iiUS Ui liUXLU.i Monday tn J"DU',. 114W. luieoby tula .uuaCILU"W sball 1. De altuctfd LOIS. tuuu ui ettuur ..e. eveut. beutioua tICMf VAU Ul tU* WUMJtVitUtiUW. . 10 comml"lon.rl upon StarkI. 100 percent chock was

._.EUM 0 .SdI.biMJU Si LUW "'icM.'i0i apuolutmout by Uov..u auaconliruuuuro ber..b,. 1 aud A ...u. suaii ue eilecbiveuuuu otate nuilurt lututive tu ti 455555.. InJ the rent rooms an a last
LU U. U>UU OU UU (Ultb Djr tbe beuate a* neretotore felled in uifioe Secretary Hate suuu muu.Ciuaiiiy uie. eveutauy uiuui aua .wu ivctiM. ui ... tUAws uiUCtiUlS 'I't. ImpnsHlblo Mr Raehr d.cared.
S.sL >US i".ka "S.US.Oiit Ma provided by ILlS <& out 11. 0 uiuuicipiiiiiy eivcui uot bu SOUlS Los 0004.l 0WiUWUW. dealers
Lu..LIU.I May lW4 5441 but about 25! a cross sec
... suvueiectiuu .
u-ri, l..W.. cae tor any ... until aeckiuus 1 Situ 4 .r."I. 011115. 55 5044145 1451Ui .
..... ". .... .-i..biUZS &flSISi tn uo gird luuoUay al IUII' mat Monday under siiuii not aiiect avctiuus . .U* aMUWU MM OUCtlUU. .5541444454 of all linen, were admonished,
............ A. ,. tbe 1. A JOINT. KEiOUUHON anAmeuonieut Articiu. .MUU ton Li
iii I.MW4 i January. 1U4UAby Ppll 8. auu w 01 tillS .a.ep' UVCtlUU 1<*. US Uia ,_ Enrolled
in o. I. he said.
tu tne tnealuie 1. .. 'AiMISWJt
.. ..
Ulnil i ant tbe ConstitutIon auu
MU buwnc afc VWJfvyii provision 01 the aasesumuub ...h..5445 SAMtil Its .
'a ........".... 1050ii n'u.. oonflict i* baieby repealed. 01 I lor ma bo Its K.UOWU a* ATticiu aa tu m sucu .IC1p..ULI uicu euaurumum IMiUCbUlS Ul bU. *.. UMlltttCU ui ..* School Continuing, Raehr pointed out.
. .. . tn ner.wU XX, beubiuua 1-u uiereol. Ueiat- taxva oy ow.proviugU .... .... AluliU.4 1U1 Nursery .
" a' o Ioe 4Ui* .. 500 ." aa .. ."* ......... Ml tXi togo
1" have been requested
ILls coufulidailuu aUUI "Dealers
to ul
...,.-. iUi lUll)-..... I*A| b00.U.ii. in uecretary "La. lug uowever. tbat at tiny gOIlciam M.lfcttuit. bU U* U... Ul* iUSt _
.. 11400 AJiaW'iUiS. 1,0 Q. Flea 1843A O&o. a lu tbs Uuuuuea ut uauo auuurauiie or town eiucuuu ueiu bbuieuitetupon MUJT .w. uiv I.s. tttuuwaj.. tu A UIM- Tie newly organized Church back to ceiling price on any '

., ....... '0 i.UIUiSiiU4. 54 ...&ao- 1 blatS 01 tiuriua, and frovm-. city petitiuu tiled at leuob$ thirty uui !.*. H* 1UUUWS.Avctiuu . tvuveiAUUi dealers
ui bald Cuuutiea tue CombiuAtiun School In the Item above coiling and beer
lug leO pec rear
by opened
nut uu .uuuiy nxitui otibU GA- JOIN1 Kiaoi-UTlON Proposing ao 0 prier tu sucu eiectiuu .. .. aua aitei sery "

--'Os ..0i.0i ......... >lUuuv ......... AmeuULueut to "'CI'U t2 ut Ills Dec.laraiiou lions and ul A......ut ot* cuuuty.aud Oolluc.' Municipal cent nays ol tbe ireebuiuurs eutibieu utWUuthvr to *&) A. Atftu, bu* .00001).u. IM* -aaiiu-* he J pl copal Rectory Tuesday were u"k4t to return to
... .. IU..U" the question tiA 1415
.w. 5050 LiMiS aiM.guaSOu ot 111 tne sucu election cuuuty ul
LLISI. v.......... ..ioiU0OiMa "' ..... tbe HIII.Florida, t..HUlUDf. u.'eG faxes. and farmilling vole ur uot sucb m.II..11 snail Ul fAUliU*!, U4tU 555 i Aiiiuuiwi-sii it ., QiiS, nlng with an enrollment of charge of 15 cents per bottle on .
'iUIiUS. 50410 000&W Jeopardy bea-lncruuiuation, Ills cubaoliaubiuu Municipal 01 Belereudum.ILls JUICe and ol be ouuaa by lelu. ana upou snail a ait, ab4.t... W>UUUt>, aCiiUUA. ., UMU"UitJf iklUU.UlUiA .. Children. Mrs. Scymore Bure non-premium beers and 20 cent ,

.UU3Ui0iO tiliiij bszi.iiiiL froceaa 01 Law, auu ILlS laaiug y Prosecutor and Uollcnoi WILD be placed ou 1" oalo'. uiuuicipaiity bMAU.. bU U* ieViUU . WUUilty Mm. Plank both on premium beers such as Schlitz I
.aiUsaU (jui4iy.. Iriut r1VgtS froperty Without Just com \"un vote to ue su Du.a. .CD uy tute, wuui4t), wuuuty and Mary

'i aoWi&...... ..... hu&eiii' I4Ut.n, pensation by tr.ld"l tbe Uigbt ul male ALOr..y.. Sun Combining amid anal U..a'O' ue .o.d ny eaid aeo- i uaiu. ociiuui u...". -invent ocuuui laji l previous training In child and Uudweiser."
.5 UoiiII.. SUU .U'ol&.Q gnU Mot U. L.r. (UUUUL OCMUUA 08544.14*
Persona to a Uulo tfUU 5100414P.lilus. beer merchants -
... S wn..... ....... "" or Abridged on Account ot .. Civil. Lo..rL Ole Duties Collector "Lon" rue County lax A.r 4 Ab. AMaiSiabUili SUUil at bU.. i I. are instructors In charge of In fact I It was the
a ..>*iu.i .'.In, .......U&U'' snip or Non-Meinoerebtp In any Labor WIU l. g uie CircuitCourk ana.tile CunLI lax collectors u... .,atw... ..Atf-u aua uuu tiui AfVa1ativ *bu oo who leeme t<> take the

". at mei SWOS IOu or : and siitui inipuse 00costa. .il54U5415.. ". Ich
Union L..or Orl.ol"aLo. aud U... .. .. 485 attempted -
.. Kinpluyee. RJ OLViOj US v&aUI. tee UI.OSIWISUUpon he school Is operating at hardest rap they
.za .. SOQ .."m..o Providing Lust < tl 1 I' "I way Q 44U54s. lUAibUuua, UuUw Soil uuiu pres- 0
"uuu a tun Collectively bargain Snail $ i oil blAt 0. uiuuicipaiiiitta. aia* 14544544UU Ji of the few
u. Hep* to UuusubUbiuu ut t. tw. CUUUkJT Las ." Ul. U.** from 9 a. m. to 2.30: p. m. on to explain. many
IOu .
,' nut lUiuj IUAUW turec |4uWLIVtw > be Preserved.BB U. abate jtber taxing Wlln .5445151 11S5I504 a UA A.
O. P.
bU WtCU ul Ut. by.! IT REbOLVEU Bt fHB LBQISLA1UHS ot luriua be auu bbv sauie is uareoyameiiutiu UIC"Counties, tor tbau services inuialclnu u. 5444 . 445555. lOVUA..-"ul 4) iday through Friday but plans premium beers listed by

uyUIUU CUUUblVM, gnU WO |2UIMVM > OP TUB &TA1'1 OF "1OLUIJAlThat : oy ""."wl AU,. XJt., ... astt M>meuts aud couectiuus other Lad ; 'u .. 5545415401. los now under way to accommo- are not available In this territoryand
gnu aa taxes ur .
ttttco Uu aext the to ins to. ... aKieeu valorem ur acreage I 1135 004131) AiLs 415555501 wholesale
u prices
U1U1C ".U.u. "UIU. oi Constitution ot tbe State 01 Florida. ball D .UUIL.I tu electors uttbe duties imposed or to ue irnpuwd nereuuavr. 5.. .. 455454 .45 IllS 0l54.. UUIy w I children of working mothers exorbitant
l'I"&V' O emu 01 tbe Declaration ot tttate o I lUrd. auopuon Orretecilon Ibe legislature ot tbe OUUIII4 550004 lu" 014001 01544015. each and on the non-premium beers avail
0.e Section 'ln. tur paymenta a longer period day
u . LAS 1 'I. neat gen. election ,. uy uiw provide 1.pCSl "
.u. o SIS said, be and tbe Flurida .a . O15&imoisOUSilVO ....u to sell
"W of '
.. ulCouutiua make impossible
ODII.lIO. o OsLO t944. to-wit Couuty .
to year : ,
U iucA0l r.I""' la tOe same snail U to Ole r""clv. ...... all six work-clays of the wrek I
.G exceedone
..g.....Lur. ISO 1 SIJPDC- to b.r.b'. .lr."a...t. qualified electors AKTICJ JU. in an aiuuuut made tu 44 A. rruiuana. aitei Janu. yldlnK this service N requrntrdas of the taverns and bars along Call

CIiIiMU,4iiUU, UA beOmIOs 01 the State 01 Florida lo ratification Section .. Loss ua gnU aftel midbiuut per cent 01 "ul..clo.. taxing.0 ary .1545. Ills cuuiib* ias cuuecbur them at 15 cent price.
niuiu 01 LeIiresensIivII.rii00 or rejection at t. next ensuingUenerai u..cmb". & 41st, twin, tun countyla paid by the Collector ul collection .. uie cuuuty ul .uwruuMU, ataba ot are also being made for the celnj
'UaOLIIU ul LOS LeLaiI tbat to cover all .. fioiiua. uau. With this In a majority
Election that to say Asuuisura ul cue CountIes 0 uadeand authority incurred by uierespective ouuect "\ bati ievi.., in of no that mlnl.
eiiy ul uia ume ourclo atw- Section U ol tbe Declaration 01 ttlguuot orange otate ol abaileacla and aueosment tua cuuuty. uy ,,* abate, irgemrnt facltf1 and along 'k
of the taverns
ii ... tie Ole duty at 10. the Constitution of the state of uecuuie silO oe .t"r.d. ot Couuuee. Cruuuty' ocuuoi Atutuu, acuuui \.JI." e children can accommoId. Cal
lore.. o. uettuiiatuie* ..CC.Gwl Florida be amended ..e r.a. all property 1 lOch respective. Section a. rhab on and alter U..PI..LIOO apuciMi lax* acuuui iauiubs ajiu aaauiciuallbiea. street closed after the ultimatum
< uiuu ol me the .
teim ol .
ot Uie
follows: counties aud snail attar tbat O. P. A. late
> opeciui ur tteKxuiu _lA. L''' "Section 12. Mo person snail oe sub. date make all t. .m.D. ot ad lax Uoliectora ot tbe Counties 01 Uade X. lue: xxtgisisturs fitu al bus A..K- II equipment from the Nursery was pronounced by
ra IQa tepreavulatlua IB tWIC. jut in leoPard? ut tlorida. lot isiutive acssiuu ul .ItHo Wednesday afternoon and dealers
Joel to be .0 viuurebi and acreage takes and other and LL auto iruiu 111114 out previously operated there
tun U lue Uouo ol uepr.- the same oflebse.. nor comp..l.d in a taxes tbat are ur W r. IP..d uuun which Colucwr. nave beeu elected .. tiuie tuxreuluir. suucl m*. .p5545. < a confab at press
Da. am ma. proviaML InS criminal case L be a WID' againstblmselt. real or personal ., ur tAcit .01 the a.. January 1st, 1IHS IUK ILls iM>wis. ILUiVtiulis, Uutiwe aiiti army personnel has been made were hollng
\4 County
riKuiai .aer. 01 raguiai .. liberty upon the cuuipuusatiuu ul time Thursday.
nor oy way ut amtcie valuation the cuuuty cuiiwcbuc that
Uoludl d..L. liable for use so
f... ver caaii cmv. or property without due process .m.n. property .. eacnmunicipality Tax Cuuuues ol Uade I uusiauatvu U". ...., 1 ut tuis aea- present the of the
.p : .1. Concerning purpose
"Oi ueatent soy .pp..oneDI of law; nor sball private property betaken dlIC1 otber and Orange law aud this IU. A4 ..< ... .ewl pruvius school Is well equipped for

auto1 uvalivcs 01 U. .DaL oa without Just cmp..naatlOD. roe special ....101 .. Dads and oe SASutned and talteu the over Circuit cy . ouiiectiou, car, ..w" .. .ur"1 lo reatlon activity and rest. O. P. A., Mr. Baehr said, "The I"o."ea. aaU rignt ot persons to be tiucn ad .nr.mSmel. the respective Clerks ot Lou disuurisuieub of *" In friendly
I u IUIK pportionI denied or abridged on account of mem. U..II.OWU.. .1a Be subject L review out In and tor U*Ue and Or."I.COUDUe uy the cutuiiy lax Cuiiectuc. .... 'hlldrrn are to be dl.ldf1 Into organization means,

ivuac tea Kuiiacurt. bersblp or non-membership in any IOU by Board who shall then filed ui Beuebary M etate, manner to keep all dealers Informed
tl.wt UUI.
'i ul.'UuDn for
vi nuppuruoo cat npreaentkue labor union or labor organization; of 01 eacb over tbe DO.. lunds. and accounts Ju., 14. U'. groups, one "nursery" age regulations and

Lciii.iuturi reQuire Of provided tbat tbl clause shall not be in eacb Couuty. sball CWI'U.WIc. of tbe tor ...b County and aud votes iu.t in compliance wilt ..ltt dren and tho other for those on price

>.'UUI.1. m.ii 'jetor .louD- construed to dln' or abridge tbe rigbt .Ira, County Commissioners .. one who thereafter .nal De anuwu tne cir pruposea sineiiclmetiuj. aitu tbe .."va. also on any other problem ptr-
p. lur tuanrdluurv .e.loD of emplo"ee by and through a labor member appointed 1..1 and oy eacb termed aa both 'Clerl of deciarauona anu ruiurns tuereoi suuu be) kindergarten age. to their busi
reap' urtioiiuient not organization or labor union to Darzatocollectively municipality or two tn eacn County CUl Court" and OOleer..r" beis subjected t lIme sunie reuulullons us srpruviuvil (rs. A. Canova well-known taming parlcular
ftatn xpirc ut the end of with tbt-tr employer"Piled a population of more tbab the respective County t WllC liiw lor .' L ness."
laun volunteered
or at all until pTtin in office Secretary o State laVlul. ., tbe last : said Boardof Ol.rk II. .W1 of Horidn.It g.&a ''Lu.. sic instructor has oil on troubled -
01 xied, the expiration Continuing to pour
ana snail after
. oon. May 1943 bquallzatiou 111 otherwise oe governed I a ItJUlllONY WUER&OF. i hours of music Instructionh
intJtt tucA 8 ot ot lOS County waters he declared l. "Much
one Irom timeto
IA oy the law nave l.r."t set iuy <
OOmeD leD..1 week and Joy .
in to theequalisation Bi .iciujrs nt Uncle auu OrabRe nan.. and MI'I. "ow'l.
time .d the Crest the local board
I. .1 .natnent o ratified A JOIN RESOLUTION Proposing an p.rtamlnl suul! each compliment Is due
for whlctt 0 will teach
La" biui ol tl' buite of it dancing Instructor
Article IS&
eecflt I c-iim in 1944 apacmf Amendment to Section 24 01 o caleb naving a I servmx al the time this ALlcl. I..doptd alluliusMje, the Cp00.this for the fine manner In which their
.hdl 01 tOe State Count : hour week.
Constitution clans
ailed wttam III ol the the State icing one per
f euw, ,. ,n. Du.e" Florida Relating to Uniform County population nt 3.\0 Ie. ma ap. A..rn.. shall the Jrcl day oa 4uly> offices are conducted. would
election* ol Bentrie of sball Counties I
ro.p..cL.ely. the
member who A. U. 1 Included In regular
':i' and tbeClMslflratton point' an I U
rnlr-cD.b .3lthI, and Municipal, Government be or become a part ot the Board of be and become the Officers >.4 I bo for the public to remember -
him TownsBB
ot Cities and Criminal Courts ot M aRY. School tee of $13.00 per wll
$41.1) of all the
4 UI'UIC_. la such" specie) IT REOLVE BY THE LEUI3LATUBJt Equalization for Ue purpose any ol pro.qua.iL0D Uade and Orange Couutiea. reapectlveplalned ..t...w rHer too that panel members are
W u>. & fLOBIDA: lazes r.pc. "
beD.wn in uwin Lbirt,- 01 o with he
01 lW ._.....I".,. t"h lu tn. hasnrved serving no pay. lald.
:u.-.u. ... h u. . 1. /1

visit each day at 10 o'clock. In
the reasons for the Army |: community who will Camp I

'ranutrptot'In': J'rgeeneme- ei s. possession of lira. of seeking Immediate cus- Blandlng's Regional Station Hospital addition to a vltamlzvd luncheon BECAUSEof
t' proud policy follow
streets ; A II Nurse Week at noon and refreshment I
the heart Lawtribute "Citation of Honor"sged soldiers who violate civilian at an Army

"e a to her love of ,I tery.Pall bearers were Grey Turner, Norrta' by lit General a H. H. Arnold tody laws. He pointed out that :: "open hous'" Thursday Mrs, Virginia ing an afternoon Smith nap.Is actinic a. l
ty For Mary Todd died at |, Dan Turner. Lt. John L>. BrIggs.Ralph general of the Army an Army man violating civilian Smith chief of volunteer Mr, Junlua Mrn.

i>me In Jacksonville Sunday Barbour. L. H. Hill and W. and dedicated to Sgt. laws may be kept 0 n military I services; Mrs. Glen Duke, co- Chairman of the project Mm. STEADILYRISING
Forces, and
Air Glen Duke as Secretary
t at the ripe of 95. but his cases, even chairman of volunteer services;
age L. Edwards H. Dodd "who gave training duty In many I The '
Robert Alison
oak3 Ibe planted alxty year Mrs. Todd Is survived by two of duty." while being punished by extra and Mrs. Evelyn RItch. head of Grover at Treaurer.
the performance Ut composed
remain as llently eloquent nephews. Harold Farrlnjjton of life states: "He lived deductions 0 r other the Starke Women's Club. advisory
citation duty. pay Alison Rev. Fre.tYekes.
imenta to her York and Emery Todd of The He the Army The House I Is In celebration of Rev. Grover ,
memory. i'New In this way I Open Mrs.
to bear his cuntr's arm. measures Mrs. Elward, Hum, PRODUCTION
.. Todd He WaS of the man'stme of Army Nurse Week, September
wel- Chicago. something
was a leader In _ _ _ _ to save Its salvagaa which the Charles Torres and Mrs. II. C.
did and he knew a Boldler'sduty. and military court action re- 3-9, during

I a will help to communities of expanse Army will honor the officers of I Brown. COSTSThe
Moved His sacrifice Ueve civilian of then persons may be
gistration Books Patrolman the flaming torch of civilian court trials In the Army Nurse Corps, who have Any Information
aglow contacted for further

w I In I Patrolman R. C. Polndexter o keep that lights our lives . that millions area wth a large transient mili already won 97 decorations War De-for concerning enrollment In the

Precict the stat War-time service. The
know the speaker
unborn may population, i
the. State Highway Patrol ha yet tr declared the Nurse school. APH
sl ratlons for voting at the of liberjy. And we I partment has RLE r R
territory Job - - - - -
transferred from priceless celebration part of Us .
been revere
and al
rat l
Election, Nov. 1, are now to one embracing Lake City who pay him In homage pride re- Methodist drive to get 10.000 more registered Robt. Green Buys FINDSIT

taken on Thursday and rl before coming his memory, lem to a complete nurses to accept Army com m 1s- Method
he ourselves New
where operated : Cleaner
; I
fays of other womenIn
each week between to Starke. fulfillment of the task for which' "Putting First Thing Flrnfwill "Iml. and to enroll NECESSARYTO

,ours of 9 a. m. and 12 noon, has been replaced gallantly baa placed his life be the topic of the Rev. V. the U. S. Cadet Nurse Corps to I The New Method Cleaners located .

from poindexter of he so freedom." sermon at t I fill vacancies In civilian nursing at 315 Temple avenue opened INCREASE ITSUCSCUIPION
2 It Hall of
p. m. to 1 p. m.. I here by Patrolman John upon the altar mn's J. Curhwel'
service of the fields. Monday under the managementof
Enounced this week by J. Lake City. Both appointments Suday The
thl O. Green who
aalJ. Methodist Church Robert purchased

ely|' Supervlaor of Regiatra- are temporary, officials Killed In ActionWord choir has arranged a special Red Cross Board the plant from E. O. F.dwarda. RATES

lit Bradford the and Mrs Church- who over two
by here miulcat program Green spent

RIng person CeuntY.I the various Christian ha bwn of Pvt. John Ball well will stag "Open the Gate To Meet TuesdayThe years In the Army, was wounded FOLLOWS

.BeL throughout the county. heard of the de'lh. Blandlng to the Temple". of the Ex. while making a beachhead at Ren-
ipeaker will be I' ardo a former Camp In the regular meeting and EFFECTIVE SEPT. 1
A guest will join Pacific theatre
:"net I t 1, Lawtey. F. R. Car- .. _u.-_ ... .n-/.irtric.___n -service trainee. and brother of Mian Ann T audience the Board of the Bradford dova In the

r'' ; "eclnct at '. Church who has singing of familiar hym. at ecutve of the American was returned to the States after
2 Nor Starke, I TnT First Chr1sta Ballardo of Chicago, time County Chapter He .
v rjie ; at I of Starke since evening meeting at will be held at the receiving a medical discharge.
.; Suflday. Mrs. Harry LapP presI been a resident the sub Red Cross I
will speak on overseas a year.

,utI net Starke. C. A. Digger I dent of the Missionary Society announced her brother left here several the ject.pastor"Without Christ All Is aFailure" Red CroM. the Armor 1 I I was Before be was Inducted Into the 1 Year _. _ ... _2.00 I

4. C. .' Rob* ___li.. .. : I 5..IIAI... u n".. Tn_?--Hilav- f moring. ,

Grab, B. Y. Vednesday.School begin at 10 UllSUMAJ* Ballardo aMiss was spending a will be Sept.UUliUlilA 12. from 10 to 1 army Green operated North a dry Walnutstreet cleaning 6 Months . _1.10
meeting at 229
wl o'clock'i plant
: Sunday her Other group
Precinct with par this
6. Mrs. at vacation announced
Theressa. service days It was
and the evening few Fellowship gathering In his new lecatlon he '

DIckern.; Precinct 7, New a m. LaPIa"1. ents In Chicago when she lered i the Youth people at 6:30: o'- Judge E. K. Ferryman. to offer a complete cleanIng Months .65 f
r. killed In action for all young plans
8 ,
1. J. 8. p.m. 1r8. brother was
Precinct her the
; that of organizton.
JIh IndianwUl Sunday on
evening with
(er. Q. alsoSupervisor's The American b. where In the clock In the early and officer ser vice emphasis
and Committee
Colson. some Eurpawr
the charmen
at held at
llacusslon Meeting to and thoroughness,
I. office at, the the subject for held at theatre. Both, w e and Prayer b are requested to present. speed

toUe I Missionary meeting to be 8 p. m. on Vedneday.
on here
Monday known
Wenes at 8 p.
1nd Friday of each week I II the church on Monday m



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-c 1 ; J ''If'' 'If .. ...40. . ... . . I a . . C . S S F.-N cmrtiT coi"HT. JIMADPOMD I I NOTICE 0V ELECTION ', EaperAft, ----

._ '; I ( (Ill "fVTV, FLOHIUAl I* CIIA.Mticitr. \ .. To the Sheriff of BRADFORDCounty : r ".. dll,
a 1c) Theressa of tho State of FloridaPw . the folio .
'% ) I. RisingBy 1'.1,1'V.mllngal', Plaintiff. vs.Frimc ,. I It Known. That I, R. A. (nlAYSecr..tary .Imously r ac\* LIl I
Ii ; "t'i ., <" Burner Wemllngrer, Def.n > of State of the State 01 I .
Florida do hereby give notice that Jt ....
fly Mice Ida lIagan NORMAN v" AIRS. JJE
;I: C S C S S C S C S S .
," it ,,Ii! S S S S C e a e SIS NOTICE TO Al'PEAIl GENERAL ELECTIONwill Acts Of r II', .
'I t' \ STATE OF FLORIDA in. Mrs, be held In BHAUFOKD Coun. preparing ,
.: 1,1.; 1 E'piscopalI cesSIon at 7:30: p. m.; St Mary'chapter !Afra\ Sidney Grlffla and eon Miss Irene Lewis returned Fri- Frances Burner Wemllnsrer' 454Woodward ty State of Florida, on Tuesdaynext either of i i I'" I
r I Avenue flIdg.Wli* ( <27QUKIIH >( succeeding' the first Monday 1SM4-194S .
,," Sidney, Jr.. and Miss i,,
: ":1
I" : .: "I\ Thirteenth Sunday after Sunday: Church School 10 f of Lake Geneva were visiting New Jersey as the! guest of Mrs. Tiiendsv being theSEVENTh lIet. ur sII''Ii", "" 1" ,J.ftt"
I 1'1"01, t relatives here recently.K. You are required' to appear' on I DAY OF NOVEMBERFor toraUnlt cap ,i. 'h''n' '
f.'I'1' \" .' ity: Trln-I m.; Holy Communion 11 a. m Charles Schaffer, who will be remembered October 2nd, 1944, In the :above United States Senator from crtlaN"d n".rt.,. " "''Uld'
.11"1\: 3'':' J B. Swindell of Jacksonville here as Miss Elna Con- mimud Court and cause' wherein the State of Florida for six years n percent) a. 11 ", tit.
Friday '
: \% "
Litany and
,', the Rev. Fred Yerkes celebrant. vial ted relatives and friends here plaintiff seeks divorce. llradford from Jan. 3, 1945. budget for I h.. P"r'd
"f > County Telegraph Khali publish thisOrder For Eight: (8) Presidential! Electors for the Yon" lor i" ""IIOt
1",1' :' \, 00-____,__.._.___._._ ,_-._,_.---_ __ _._ '1 this week-end. ner.M.. J. Sapp of Lake Butler spenta In next fOur weekly :Issues may be the "Iltl"r I:' 'I 'II 4! .
i'' ; 4 Witness hand and official For Representative of the SRCOX get making : .
: my .
I I'I -_ Mrs Alice Jones was called to few days last week with his seal at Ktarke Florida. thin August : D Congressional District of the a resoluijcn "alltto"rlt" Mb,

; Ai'I EVERY BRANCH OF Lawtey Saturday because of the on-ln-law and daughter, Mr. and 28th 1944.OFFICIAL State of Florida in the Seventy- lag for Iho I 11> lilt I( Ub
M'i ninth Congress of the United I I r and dlacUHollllf '" ',f ..
illnem of her slater Mm. High- Mrs. James Norman. ( SEAL; ) A. J. Thomas States. .11'h
cr"allo In
AH clerk. of said. Court. th. l Pro1>
lh f tower. Those who attended the tobacco Walter C. Hardesty. Daytona neach For Governor of the State of time and -, IIr( Rod
((1 Mr. sale Florida Atty. for Pit. 9l-4t-922| | Florida. I And, MU'b
',, '\ and Mrs. John Grizzle and at Lake City on Wednesdayof For Secretary of State of the WHEREAS It

.V" I twin daughters from Midway last week were Floyd Crosby. State of Florida. some Items in j ih i I. noe...,

,,.,'!:: : n urance I Tenn., are visiting: Mr, Grizzle's J. R. Kelly, :Mr. and Mrs. Gordon i\('1'11"'IIIf'TII'r' '. Fi.oiiiiiti('oner mi iin.iitpoitu.\\- For Florida.Attorney. General of the Stateof 6!Jet percent shall 0\1'1'bp In".a8.d" "0 10' ,'

a : ": mother and father, Mr. and Mrs. Jones and Mr. and Mrs. Ed- IKIIV.John For Comptroller of the State of budget or Over I lop revlo,

',or, ": I W. C. Grizzle here. die Norman Edward Clute, Jr., Plaintiff Florida. get Whichever the UfO'1i
'\ I vs. Constance Carolyn Cluto. De For Treasurer of the State of RDpar(' 10
Jf I Mrs. Lacy Thomas and Mrs. Mrs. Jack Sapp and daughters fendant. Case No. 3297.OltKER Florida el'THEREFORE
i Elbert OF PITHLICATION For Superintendent of Public Instruction THAT THE liE IT 1111'
Britt of Lake Geneva returned home Board
H. C WALL were Saturday after AND NOTICE TO APPEAHniTi. ; of the SLAte of Florida. ml"alnnera or CDUO'
IL MI : visiting the Thomas family Sat- spending two weeks with her .-- r\w FLOHIDA- to-': Mrs. For Commissioner of Agricultureof Florida, In called of .Bradrord
I urdav. father, Hubert Constance. Carolyn Clots 29 Homestead the State of Florida.For . sembled this meetln, i d
Bennett Ral- 2211d
Avenue coo Stanislaw Ora- Two (2) Justices of the Supreme A. D. IOU doe; day
pJ ii; Jt Miss Doris Powell left Monday ford. boskl (Father). Staten Island 2, Court of the Stat. of Flor- Ha meeting tll, Ii.h.r.bveftll||

Agency night for her home In Miami after Mr and Mrs. Eddie Norman New York. ida.For September? Rth..- 4 htld... > \\011.
One (1)) Railroad Commissioner
You are required to on O-CIOCK A. B. 'In fh"V.1' '
appear :
,'It' spending several weeks here with and son Herbert were visiting in October 2nd. 1944 In the above of the State of Florida.For room In the r. >n"nli

1 ,"i.i ; r Constant Service Over 50 Years her aunt JJc E. S. Sibley. Graham, Saturday.Mrs. named Court and cause, wherein State Senator for 15th Senatorial at Starke. '"nh'. for r"u"
District of tIle State of Flor- of explaining t""
plaintiff seeks divorce.l I Bradford I
'. Mr. and Mrs. Kelsey and .. Ruth Bennett the
son returned
q "II''t ) County Telegraph shall publish this ida.For creased Items of Pr"l"
)/! Please Frank, were business visitors to home Monday after a two weeks Order In next four weekly Indues.Witness 1 Member of the House of said 1944-1945 Annual.xP.Mlt
;'j: ; ;: : 14BCLASSIFIED Jacksonville. Wednesday. visit in Daytona Beach. my hand and official Bxepresendatlvea of the State of Expenditures | BUd,
seal I at Starke, Florida, this Aug- Florida M. ,
,L :
J ,, ---,---------- - ---- ----.- --_ Martin Hersey Jr., Is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Victor Jones and ust 2Hth. 1944.OFFICIAL For County Judge. T. f? S "*"
t' I, ... friends- ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas, For Sheriff L. r PhUIRln'
.J at Unldella Ga.
this week son Bobble of Brooker and Mr. .
' As Clerk of said Court. For clerk of the Circuit Court. .T. T.. nOtln f

i/ ;; ADS end.Pvt. and Mrs. Gordon Jones and Walter C. Hardesty Paytona.' Reach.Florida For County:. Assessor. of Taxes. County CoInmissIon WYnn,. ,
For Tax Collector.For
for Plf
Claud Johnson Atty. 9l4t22| | County
: "r' of Orlando daughter Carolyn of Gum Branch County Superintendent of Attest: FiorjdL

q 4 visited friends here this week-end. were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Ed- Public Instruction A. J. THOMAS
c'I.. .Oil RUNT to reliable piirty; flrtinrn ]FOR "lAL1-l lined I IIHCI IT COI IIT. IIH\I>FOI I) For Five County Commissioners.For There being Plerk
f. :a: bungalow modern conveniences rr and I larva hot vacuum clean die Norman, Sunday. ('OI"VTV, FI. IIII>A| 1.\ ('CU\- One Member of the County the Board adjourned. no, furlh.r. be
j furnished. 2', miles. plate. Ca Mr. and CKHV.Wlllene Board of Public Instruction.For A. J.
/ on be seen at llradford Mrs. Gerald Adktna THOMAS: (f'lprk i;
\c State mail No. 28 Available& House, It Savage Jones, Plaintiff, v". Justice of the Peace In and a
: .!. .. .about Sept. 15Vrlte 1'. 0. IVANTJ'J-.m"one:! Men, First t and daughters of Hampton were William Carl Jones Defendant. for the followingJustice Districts s-2t-9Mi 1M RnJu.:: ; Chi
.r i, : Box IDS. Ktnrke Flu. It three to car f visiting In this section Sunday Case No. 3202ORDEK via1: No.1.
v ; year oltl boy from 8 unfe OF PUBLICATION I For Constable In and for the'
:,J. .I FlMt HALK-Ornrte milk goats 4:30: "IX (flay a week. I'refi afternoon. ANO NOTICE( ( TO APPEAR.8TATB following Justice Districts viz: I INo.1. I I ROTICH OP.: ATl7lTn.ix ,.
(" It': I Ii'. W. Jlonaer.. Jit. 2 I Momeone with children of the . JVomen OF FLORIDA to: William No. 5. I '1'. DUD: --.
''k" ) Box 332 lip own their who would rum for him NOTICH OK API'I.K-\TION\ FOR Cnn Jones whose residence Is un In Testimony Whereof I have I Itlll ,,.,
own hO''>1". hood known. 1 111(3(
I- fmy Wrll TAX UKKD hereunto set my hand and affixedthe HB"r
L ... Sl'KNCKK; HUri'OKTM Individually :Mm.. .D It. Welch Hen./ p.- and children last! Ilonae Bill Mo. 1862 You are required to appear on Oreat Seal of the State of i 0 ,,ii: t,,: .
Starke JV'/r-
f I designed./ MTM. Bertha. J'earoe, 300 Flit. II. NOTICK IS HKUEHY:: O1VKN. that October 2nd., 1944 In the above Florida, at Tallahassee tho Capital following, C'.rllfh :[' ,
'i'':, West Madison St. 7284tp1'KHMANKNT '*--. We're O. C. Alderman the holder of the named Court and cause wherein this the twenty-fifth day of Augrust certificates. for a' .,
t I" ., --------.-:. Speaking of shoe following certificates ban filed Bald plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford A. D. 1944. Issued thereon tat Th. **
: \V A VI!). BHo! your, repair! of! course. But certificate Imiued for a tax deed to be County Telegraph shall publlHh this (SKAL) numbers and :Years nf own Permanent thereon. The certificate Order In next four weekly Issues.. n. A.ORAT. description of t the I.u.n'
I Kurt I Kit. pl"'t: 't. Help Wanted seriously, here's number and year of IsHuance the Witness my hand and official Secretary of State. the names In which It proped.,.
q. Including 40 curlers, and shampoo.I5asy your description of the property, :anl; the seal at Stnrke, Florida, this Aug To HONT. A. O. ANDKEU Sheriff are aa follows' was a.
..ill lo do, absolutely harmless.l'mlH chance, men. We have namea In which it waa assessed Oct 25th 1944OFFICIAL BRADFORD County. Certificate No 223
I .*d liv thousands litcludlnir I are an follow: ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas aURnce i July 1st. Tur (
"" materials to Certificate No 204. Year of Is.5UtflCe As Clerk of said Court. i 1942.
'\ Fay McKnle, glamorous movie repair your IN cmrt'iT cotmT. nnADFOiin Description ofm'VtWin,
Htur. Money* funded If notsatisfied. Girls July 1, 1942. T. Frank Landrum, j-ltarke Florida. ,, COKVI'Y' FLOIIJUAI IV (JUAN. Propert: 1
KocIi'K Drug Store. .' ohoex' but none at this Description of Property: Com Atty. for i'lf. Bl-4t-022| | CEHY. I1f ft :>1'1
:' 818| -161-11J24iv time ft W of BL3 Cor of W4 of Irving St. Louis Plaintiff, der..on Lane ,b)
for NW vs.
women's and % of SEV4: & run N 210 ft, W .f'l' 8t t
ftOTICH OF Km ma St. Louis, Defendant f Case 28 Twp. 6 S.
.. YOU WOULDBUY: OH'HKLL: Age 18 28 children's. 1;>01l'!'..ft.8. .8..... 210 32 Twp.ft. IS 210 a ft to pt of V\X APPtlCtTION VKKIt rOil No. 3263. '. c. S Name In which
i- milk rows, stork .cows beefratlin 6 K. 22 E., ORDER OF PUBLICATION Alvarez.All' asoewed:
. V. stock bill In. hogs So bring In gontalnlnff one nero more or leHs. t1use 11111 No. INII2:
I or net that old pairof Name In which NOTICM< Ji'( 1IEKEUV GIVEN AND NOTICE TO APPEAR of said pnp.rtCounty \
: Essie b.lnl
In tourTiWTTh -p-rm-"n; J P., Typists Green. that W H. Jr. STATE OF FLORIDA to: Emma of Bradford,
SmIth.. the holder ( Sine
llox 247 I< Box 204 ulioos for an or
Stuike Lake expert _
I All of said of the following certificates has t.I"ui- hnan Idn.
city Telephone 481 Lake City. High School Grad- property being In the j 165 Morley. New York. Unless ,
r job of repairing'! and re County of 1-tradford State of Flor filed said certificates for a tax such i rtlflrnt or .'
ltl-44| ida. deed to he issued. thereon. The You are required to appear on 'atea shall be redeemed
: Full HAbU uates building.BROWNSTEEN. Unless mu-h certificate or cer- certlfUat numbers and years of September llth, 1944, In the abovenamed to law he property deorrll arc
: .Missionary strawberry t If trains iMsuiinre, the Court and cause wherein such cert I flea t,
: shall bo redeemed description of the l.r .rtlflra,.
plants by the .d. M. Hhnden according -
to law the property and the names. In which plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford h. sold tn Ih.' hllh..1'
? : UiilCord property des hiM
Itoud. lit. 2, J-ox 72. It County Telegraph shall publish this the court .
cribed was hotie ,
Apply In such certificate or cer assessed are as follows: '"l. r "n the
., '-11-4 tl> \ tificates Certificate Order In next four weekly Issues. Monday In ,
will be Hold to the highest No. 75. Year of Issuiinue I\olllh t I "r ''orlobtot
qft HI'ICAVICD lit bidder at the rotiit house door on August 4. 1941. Witness my hand and official which .is t the 211(0. ,I lH,,,( "f 0<
1.c 1.0MT dark buy.. Manager i iI p the first Monday In mnnth of Oc Description nf Property: All seal at Starke, Florida, this August 1944.tinted.
mare .
approximately 1000) ) 11.rL / I 4th 1944.OFFICIAL. .
: Hronker I tober, 1944 whIch IH. the 2nd day NW(4( of PKIJ N of -f4A.i. Hy & thin inth da, of A
.'' : Aug. If foundplease REPAIR of October, 1944. S of O. S. & F. Ity. & M of Platted ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas 19...
I;.' Ilrooker.notify I U. II. Feugle.' i Western Tinted thin 30th() lay of .August Lands He... 4 Twp. 7 /M K 21 K,. As Clerk of said Court. (OFFICIAL l'1\l.r! \ i TV'
1111I.AIIY Union 1944OKPICIAfi, containing 6 Acres, more or less. It.itt. Duncan, Jacksonville Florida Clerk of ('in. .'J,i't ,irt, ,. He
tj WITH HAIIV wants. room. Across( From The font Office ( SEAL) A J. Thomns, Name In which assessed: VnItnfiwn for Plf. 8.11 4t 9-1 County, Fiori""f: ,
,. Will give $10 bonus for lntrI ..! -'_._-'.eflnel.I County Clerk of, Florida.Circuit Court of!>Bradford,, All of said property. being In the NOTicti or 'I'I'II"'TIII'
poet lot, loading I t o rentul of ...... |l-4t-922| I I 1\0..1']
T of
.am' *. Mm. Horace Edwards % llradford, State of Flor- IN COUNTY JU1XII2H!) COURT FOR TIIPKtt: :
Bradford .) lots 50x100 rni Ida. BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA. House Itlll \,.. 1'| <1]
i. County Telegtaph. lipFUIt ncr \V.u.hlnKlon & Weller titl Unless .such. certificate. or certlflates In lie:: Estate. of David, Wayne NOTICK: l 114 'lirUHRT: r
HAI.N-l1HI Hudson or will trade for car.v.. I Prompt Service shall he redeemed according !Moore Minor. that T J A 1,1'r' MIh i, boll
# conver- Jln II.-. Careful Drivers I In law t the property described the following" < i'' '
iL. I L'( hOle coupe. Oood tlr..". Uoocl 0-1 siirh In NOTK'U Is hereby given that on said i i hni
;)ai.i % condition. A : certificate or certificates will the llth day of September' 1941, I certlflcnt. i i ud.
; tj. bargain for cash. Foil BALK 1,1' Hold be , .
f'IIJ'AF'-lG to the highest Issued thn ,
.4i; 0.1.A. celling price. observed. Carnlnh a* bidder at the will apply to the Honorable\ 'K. K. i h Tli sri t
T. quigley at J. llhoile Inland Red hens.. liver 'ourt house door on the first Mon- IVrryman, County Judge of Brad numbers And u r In,
Qulgley and JMvls.. stock of hens. Apply N. N. t'ri Starke Ta IHV In month of October 1144, ford County .Florida at his office the descrlptli i"I I, Ire
t.i; ; It vilttl I A & I* Htore II i ServicePhone which Is the 2nd day of October In Court house In Starke, for permission and the namcB In \\'hlihltwsesned 1
_.._._._ .- 19 \ to are aif,./II \v
--'---'- t.Ditt sell certain lands
(* --- --- --.----,-. .. "d this 28th In Certificate .. <
---- day of August which the above named minor has :\ 1 II'! Year
__i 1044 an Interest. In Bradford uance July 1, 1942.
i rtL I I (OFFICIAL SHAD: A.T.; Thomas, Florida and described as follows County :, Description ,if 1"1|> IM. I.
{ 150 Clerk' of circuit Court of PTadford to-wit: SU, of NWi/4, except 1 otfs sub-Dh ri-t:: r 1.1"' ,
: acre
FARM County, Florida. 0l-4t-922| | on Northslde, and on Road 28; NEVI Name In whit I li, i'''-,ed I
: FOR SALE of SWi ; ,Ki4, of NW 4 of SW'.41: : Williams.,
iciiicrir rornT. nninroim W>4 of SW>4 of NEIN'h Certificate Ni" I rj Tealsilence r
Day Night COI'M'V F..Ollln.J'II SKVi except one acre In SW corner July I I.. nu'
h 'Kll: V. of NW4 of SI34 all In Section 28, Desc-rlptlon .)..f 1'1' p< rtIx
_ 10 ACRES 7 IN CULTIVATION 2 IN. flower,! TIarwood Bussard PIn InI Twp. 7 S. Tt 22: East' ; said sale to 414 In Woodlnwn if ID Twp.
4 -- I.. R-S_ ap --s- -,_ .. tiff. vs. Dorothy Jan Byer IusHiiril. be private Sale.Margaret R. 22 E.. containing 20 4d..,
ry PLACE FENCEI WITH HOG S -- ''''r ---1 ,I Defemlant ("....... nn .>*.> i Moore as guardian. or less.
I ORDKU: OF PUBLICATION 818| -4t- |8M .-Numn. -In which-owwoncil. I lb
: lri WIRE AND NOTICE TO APPKATl I A. O."IR".r.Certlfl..nte.
: The FollowingADVERTISING STATE OF FLORIDA to: Dorothy I Tiril OF IM'KVTIOV TO I No 1 11.,
i Jane flyer I chance, July 1, 1441
: Bussard whose address 1tI.:615ip.R: !> ; FICT1IIOU4
Large 5-Room House Painted Inside and Out. Attic ia Houte 1, Itairertown Maryland. Notice Is. hereby given that tIlE the Description "of Pr.prrl'. t\'
j You are required to undersigned, under NWV of NKM, So. II Twp
Easily Converted the
Into Apartment. Front and Back RATES September 4th, 1944 In the appear above on of Chapter 20953 Laws of provisions Florida. R. 22 H' containing 2n MM

,4I Porch. Delco System. Running; Water. Barn and : named plaintiff. Court seeks and divorce.cause, wherein Clerk Acts of of 1911 the will Circuit register. with the or less.Name. In whl"h mmiuinL! I
Bradford Court
In and
C. .
Outbuildings.. County Telegraph shall for Bradford
publish this County
Order, In Florida the No 1!' Year I.uance.
GO next four fictitious
INTO weekly Issues. name of White Photo
Witness my hand and official Studios, under which July 1. 1942Description
seal at Starke )Florida this Au- and doing business we are engaged "of Pr .perh' tNWV
: $1,775.00 guest 5th 1944 Blanding, Fla. at Camp of SW'. !Sf ;, T..PoH.
September ((OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas owned by Dave, White Said and business ia 22 E.. containIng .'0 Vcru.
1 Martha
1 1944 As Clerk of or less.
Ii said Court. White, % White
____ 2 Miles East of Starke on Road 48. 3-10 Miles Tf. O. Brown. Lake Butler Florida Ulatullnif, FI.... Studio, Camp Name In which ,mfleMpd. <:
to Left Atty. for Plf. Dated Wackerman.
} On Graded 8-11 4t 9-1 this 18th day of August o'
Road. AUDREY MERCER 1944 at I Certificate Nfl :I'l
Box 461 Bradford
S I'M'! ?
'I sunnce. July 1.
I" niiciir Florida. 511_, _*..'_.lrfiv _
-1I --- --- roitiT. flit,ADFORD n Description of I'rnperly, I A
; I .: ------- COI M'l' ,
------ FLOltlOtl IV CIIASKMV. : lYing parallel with R' rlgbt 01?
< : or ic
In N\V corner .,,( 'utV!. ofSec. '
DISPLAY (Open Rate) Clara rood 1VII: Carter, Plaintiff, vs. Os- The Board of August 22nd, 1944. 12 Twn. 8 1'1' 11 12 E. cor
r' r, Carter Defendant. Case No. donors' County Commis log 1 Acres, morl ""r I....
_ : 8273. of Bradford
da County Flori Name In whl' I, ....,4. II
50c Per Column ORDFtt OF PUBLICATION met In called session at 10:00: Moor..r.
_ Inch AND o'clock A 1with
N,1: Have a"Coke" NOTICE TO APPEAR members the following All of "aI1 pr"p'rl! ''einf' I'.
STATR present
OF : M. O.
FLORIDA JIarrell 01
= Pii to: Osgood Chairman County of DraM'rI Int'
Carter whose K L. Conner
residence Is J. L. Wynn
r ; DISPLAY ( You are unknown. and T. C. Chastaln. Ida.
C Contract required( to or
Rate) appear on The Unless "u'h ((1' 3'tlficatea
I September ixth, 1944 In the above by was called to order shall 1 h ,I, I.d, I'
mimed Court and cause, wherein Chairman who then anflounced log to law th. .'. 'I t tin d'-
3Jc Per Column plaintiff seeks divorce that the Tentative Budget "tlf
Inch Bradford such 'prtlfl
of "r
I fi f\\% County Order In Telegraph shall. publish this 1944-llin expenditures for the fiscal year will I I h. soul t" 'h' '11 h..11Rt I.
i Witness next four weekly ,Issues... the Board as recently. adopted by the Conrlhnu' n ,,,,
my hnnd exceeded. In several Or'19H. '
I ami official :\ron.ln In PhI ,I If
BRADFORD ,,1I"al! at Items more than
Starke five
COUNTY TELEGRAPH IBth. I9U.I Florida this August over the 1943-1944 midget(5)) percent and whIch h III ,' tat Vtober

_._....__) i : ti ____ 'I As(OFFICIAL Clerk of SEAL said. )Court.A. J. Thomas, tee that 22079 under General the provisions Laws of of Florida.Chap 1944.tate,1 this.I lOt)' 'la' AA '

__ .
1) 1044.OFFICIAL
I I K. K. Perrvman, Starke Florida, Acts these of 1943, a public hearing on j ( I'IE\I.' A :. '!'II
Atty. for Plf. 818| -4t->||8 to be Items would necessarily have Clerk of CircuIt art ,r J'\'R'\ '
I published

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