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 15, 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: VID04880
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'I Hotm tee'>strawberriesSw of,f Heaven the BRADFORD'1, COUNT1 I! TELEGRAPH' for Recreation Trading Camp Blinding Center and

Official County Publication Establish led In 1877 F '.

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- : Negro Given Forty Years Sentence

(nrtgrrua! nf file] United( t'tltcaThIUIW Darby Re-elected Mayor

nf l ffirprrnf ntattora I For Brutal ;
Beating of \White Woman
31111U11tngtult! D- (!C.!
Knight On
I Hayes: Council

I Charlie Harris, negro ex-con I, Dr II. H. Adams for emergency ,

Sept. 6, 1944 vtct pleaded guilty before Circuit I, treatment after her screams had

\I, E. L. Matthews Editor I Judge A. Z Adkins Thursday attracted help, and late, to Rlver- Duncan Retains
Bradford County Telegraph 40 morning, In and the was sentenced to side Hospital In Jacksonville In I!Child Here to Visit Soldier Father
Florida. years State Prison for the Jones ambulance. She [Is expected i i ,
Starke the attempted robbery and brutal I to recover. j

Deal Matthews : beating late Friday of Mr?.night.Opal Weathersby Her Harris assailant!, an ex-convict found to evidently be Charlie .- i<:Killed Tuesday in Fall From Taxi Place! eYery;:

He was brought before Judge entered her room in search of restaurant 'I

Adkins and Assistant State's Attorney receipts which Mrs. Sunny-haired Sandra Lee Molt there She had a badly fractured! Light Vote last
I read with interest your editorial in Joe Hill Williams yesterday : Wenthersby keptIn a cigar boxl: five-year-old daughter of Pvt and skull Tho DeWltt C. Jones Funeral '
the Bradford County Telegraph as of Aug- morning from the State Prison i near her bed. He failed to ob.1 Mrc Earl Molt, a Sturke visitor Home prrpmvd the body fin '
ust 25th:> regarding Camp Bland ing. where he had been held In tain the numey but Inflicted come nil the way from Illinois to burial and shipped It to Kloom- of In"fireworks"nn election singularly free
custody since his arrest Sunday. >serious head wounds on his vic- see her Daddy at Camp Blanding, InK ton. Illinois early Thursday of any description
I certainly agree with you that Camp He was quickly rettu'ned to the tim with the butt of a pistol. wa fatally Injured ubout noon : morning Patent* of the childaccompanied I' Incumbent Mayor' Charles A.
Blanding with all its facilities and located Harris Tuesday when she fell from Dm by was re-elected to office
prison around noon Thursday. i was arrested about 2 a i i the body, an emergeney !'with
as: it is, on the beautiful Kingsley Lake Mrs. VVeathersby proprietressof I a. m Sunday by City Patrolman taxi while her mother was searching pass, having been arranged I cast for a total his I of 29H/ votf to 185:

should be selected for some activity after the Depot Cafe on Washington Matt Morgan and Deputy Sheriff for a room. for Pvt. Molt. I wright Jr.The opponent N. D. Waln-
the war closes. I Melvin McKinney In a Reno roomIng Sandra wall ,riding with two A local relief being
agency un-
St., was severely beaten and I I general note of
house.! other children la the rear seat able to obtain lodging apathy I sur
for the
Naturally, we do not know what sort left unconscious late Friday night A previous prison term tat the of the cab while her mother held Molts, even following the accident rounding the Election was reflected
of post war planning program will be inaugurated by Harris who broke Into her State Prison Farm ended I.ln Mayof still a smaller child on her lap In I they were taken Into the- In the fact that only 490 VOlesWf'I'e

but I want to assure you that I sleeping quarters and assailed her this! year. He was convictedon the front seat. The door of the home of MI.... Charles Jenkins, I the CAllt -lellH than 60 percentof
willl) lend my efforts toward keeping Camp while she was In bed asleep a charge of grand larceny at cab opened It was mild, and who rearranged sleeping qunr- approximate 1,000 who
the She was taken to'the office of I that time.Jewish. Sandra fell head first from, the' tem of other 'I'oomers .In.. order'| ', were qualified. Thin In spite( of
Blanding picture. the iiici that polls remained.
taxi which was being driven by '|to accommodate them and cared opon

With kindest personal regards, I am Drivers Licenses Horace Dyal an employee> of the i( for the children while their par. ( until longer sundown than the an usual hour six and o'clock a half
Starke Tuxl Company. The accident cuts were making funeral .
closing time.K. .
Moving SlowlySale happened on the Bemteut 'I I|I /
Sincerely 1 Q.
'", yours, road a short distance east of It wan learned Duncan Incumbent member

.-, eNIOrf, Plc to some of driver's extent during licenses the pickedup past Start Sept. 17 Sturke.The child war Immediately token any Mrs.compensation Jenkins. refused from yesterday the to .. (''lhlll// the. high of the count City 11h Council ht division 1 polled and,

week In the office of was re-elected to "serve another
to the office of Dr. M. II. J Her- rn family for her kindness and
Judge E K. Ferryman but they term by a vote of Z82./ : The two
Member of Congress.rnadoes The Jewish holiday period, I long but was dead upon arrival hospitality.
ate !btlll moving too slowly to --. other councilman elected were ('
which will be ushered In "'lIun- -------
A. I Knight, who
EP.c uyohl a last minute rush near the run lM.'cnn.1 with
end of the month, Judge Terry- I' set Sunday Sept. 11.' will be observed I r 300 a tally of 273. and K.: W I Haye. .

_ -_ no_ man said yesterday. I I lamp Uland.nn by traditional aid 'In sei Starke.vices at I Time To Plan Cows Tested third Of the with three a total eliminated of 233. Council

Although licenses have been

To Open Season Against sale 1500 since have August been Issued 15, only to about date, aL This Sunset year I Sunday the, NeWYear and?('bntlnuc.begins. Fair Exhibits I For TB and Bangs!! candidates Vim II Garden, Junlua tied M, ., for Smith fourth and,

through .sunset TucMl.iy I .: Sept 19. I piece on the ticket both tallying
approximately half the numberthat
The Day Atonenn-ti i begins al I i iI 178 votes L. M. Onions, sixth
inesville In Bradford Park ferryman were declared sold last, anj year.there Judge are Sunset\ Tuesday! Sepi) i 213 and ends Plan fin.. the annual Bradford I I The following letter has just I man In the raco ivcelved 121.
at sunset, Sept 27 County Agricultural Fair' are been received by County Agent; Devoid of "IKIIUt'| there was
only ItS days left in which licenses
Service. will bo conducted by shaping up well, according to an L. T Dyer, from Ir II.V.. lller- lltllti In the election' to cnpturn
be issued without examina
hotter than last year" B. Sept. 39. Bunnell at Starke. I may ( Chaplain Isaiah It a l' kovsky at announcement this, week by R.F er who has been testing cows forT the Imagination of the voting public
Tornado football squad will Oct. 6. St. Paul's, at Starke.. tion.All Camp Blamllng and those of the I Demurest. and S. A, Weldon, II, and Hangs disease In' this Chief concern seemed, to bo
U, into Its tough 1944 sched- Oct. 13, Ketterllnux at St. Augustine I persons are urged to apply Armed Forces who wish to attend I managers!; of the event. The FulrI county: the effort to elect good. men to
Iby Miking on the formidable now and avoid the rush at the civilian Borvlres will be welcomedby I will open on October 11 and run "To date 76 lot. of dairy cattle, guide the destinies o f Starke

leivllle high eleven at Brad- Oct. 20 Jennings, at Stark'. I end of the month. After Octo- the Jewish. residents of Starke, I I through Oct. 21 family milk cows and small ,farm during the reconversion period.
Park, Friday night Sept. 22, Oct. 27, Fletcher High at .'a"ellC'h. ber 1 licenses will be issued only aa well as Galoesxllle. Jackson Among the outstanding exhibits herd, totaling 300 cattle have The newly elected officials will
113 I I ,tera.n examination by a StateMignway I ville and St Auyiistlne.! \ '( will be those of the Future Farmers beeltubf'rculln t 1.lnBradford' : 't..,'A.Aorn' *"into" office, on .Tuesday

ItaUans l may consider themon Nov. 3, .White, Springs, at ( Patrolman.Examinations In describing, the 'Jewish: High of America, the 4-H Club as County. All wr- frieg'Mlv to. &e 'O.3.
the receiving end of a Starke. I are also requiredby Holy Days, Mist. flees Spanner, '|I well as other organizations and test nn,| recorriuritlon hajTbern"
,k for this season-opener Nov. 10, Lake Butler I at the State Patrol of all drivers assistant at the UgO-YMCA-JWB, Individuals. made by me ,he county be Hunting Licenses
originally scheduled to be Starke, j who have not previously been Issued said this week: Farmers were advised"thli week re-accrciliied. . Now On Sale
:Nov. 17, Baldwin at Starke. a license Regular examin: 'that "Now Is the time to lay
'd In Gain I esvllle, but a I "There are three day In the "Due to the heavy demand for
;e ,m plans will give the Tor- :Nov. 21, nigh Sprl age, at leI'S are' oh duty in the County, Jewish calendar which are distinct '''aside your best 3 can 'of vege- Hang's disease testing, my Hunting licenses went on sale
,. tht, traditional "advan- Starke. office In the Courthouse from every other observation tablet, fruits Jellies meats, etc. ; Ole of work was seriously yesterday In the office of County
Line Looks Good each lrol1dayVedneslay, and I your ten best ears' of corn ten .8Ched-//
In spite of the loss of much Saturday between 10 a. m.. and two days of Rosh Hashona (New !I Mlalki of can, one gallon of Several herds dcslrlnitr the Marsh hens. with fln open MAIL.

,ich James veteran material to the Army and 12 noon. Year) and Yom 1 Klppurthe Dayof peanuts 1 peck sweet potatoes, have not been tented' but there non from. Sept: 13 to Nov.: 20 are'
fr-optimlsm Hobbs, refuses never to given Navy Coach Hobbs proclaims his I i Mrs. John F. Thompson has accepted Atonement. These are days of I forage, greens beans, cucumbers, are not enough to constitute a the only game that may be hunted -
nn a limb go 1944 aggregation a decided improvement a temporary position in i the spirit; business and labor peas turnips, potatoes, best dozI full days work. I desire very at the present time.
[ and
predict victory over last season's of II l.s mini | en white and best dozen brown much to complete this work Qua Nov. 20 ,
:, if he were a I the Judge's office to help with cease; personal feasting as season opens and
betting man fering.. Chief worry Is the back- the. issuance of driver' licenses. mized. These New Year day are I j eggc, pumpkins squash and. any soon as I have a day or" two of closes Fob, 13 und the same
definitely wouldn't give you field, described as so-so but eight I spent half In prayer and, the other worthy article. All of work on hand In the county. dates apply to turkey and squir
m Gainesville. When the lettermen In the line make things I Day of Atonement Is spent com- | those will compete for 1st, 2nd. "The splendid, cooperation of rel.
teamv met for their last tilt Koch ClosesFountainLuncheon "
r''<42. the look decidedly bright from that Drug pletely In prayer and fasting | and 3rd, cash! prizes. your office. in assisting with this Dove season open Nov. 2() and
>ted,) boys from Alachua angle. "The distinctive ceremony of "The American Model Shows work Is wlncerely appreciated" I clones Jan 13.
mightily to eke out a Phil Shuford guard; John Anderson -I Rosh Ha. honu Is the blowing of I and. company of over 200 people Those who did not get their Buck deer season opens. Nov.

victory. back; Robert Barksdale The soda fountain and luncheonette the Shofar, a hallowed. ram's will furnish entertainment for cows tested recently should list I 20 and Closes Dec. 31.I ,
Tough! Scheduletable << end; and Steve Weldon and Charles -' at Koch's Drug Store was horn, according/ an ancient tune. I young and l old with many different them with Mr. Dyer at once so I The season for' geese, ducks
for Its absence of push- Thornton tackles have shown I closed Wednesday because of the There are several meanings: ascribed I rides, amusements and that he may arrange the date with and coots opens Dec. 20 and clone' I
i and containing at least five great promise In early fall drill- difficulty of securing efficient to this ceremony. It announces I i death-defying free acts, both day Dr. Blcrer. Jan 20.
dillers, the 1944 schedulelike Hobbs Is -i and and becauseof and night," Mr. Demurest stated..
ing and Coach depending adequate help the Kingdom of God over humanity -:I -- -------- -- -------------- -
this: en them to keep up the good shortages Dr. L.. VV. Koch: It heralds the New Year i I The Fair Is sponsored annually
Pt 22, KuineM'Ille, at Starke. work when D-Day rolls around. managing owner of the store, announced and the pon3ibllltles which It j|i by the Jones-LnnHford-White Post First Meeting of "Future Mothers' Club"Featured

I this week. brings proclaims freedom. It also -j: American Legion.Chaplain by Talk on Personal Care

Dr. Koch also said that Don Inspires awe because of the
''porfance of Good Dishwashing I Slstrunk. who has been assisting moral Judgement which are supposed I[ KeyesTo i I The flint meeting of the FutureMothers' knitting Instructor
I with the management of the lto take place on thai day. | i, .' Club at the Walnut Mrs' Richardson will b.. on handat
ressed by State Health Board i fountain recently has resigned "Tlie staff of the USO-Jewlsh. I Be At TabernacleServices [ Sheet'! USO Club waif held on the USO Club to tench knitting .
Thursday" September 7 at 2 o'- help with knitting problems,
Welfare Board extends
to accept a position with the Valdosta /greetings| during the Absence of
eState Board of Health's After thorough washing and i Drug Company in Valdosta to everyone at this season of the!I J. T. Quigley, from the Tabernacle I I cluck In the Club library, Major I and Issue, Red Cross yarn and
arv Bureau this week turned I rinsing, commercial dishes should Ga year and asks for all the prayeri i will be In charge of Wilbur Irving II. Abram, M D.. director -I needle every Monday Wednesday
spotlight on the necessity for be submerged In water not less baa been employed at which Is the concluding service of | A. Scott of North Carolina of the Hradford-Clay County and Friday at 11 o'clock.
Slstrunk 'I
P'operly' 170 Fahrenheit for I of Atonement'May Health Units, discussed! personalcare | "Pig", a hilarious card gums
than the
washed dishes. Au- degrees Koch's for the past six months, Day you and II J. Gomes Outside speakers
and Infantcare I was the cause of shouts and
tie- during many
for the same Inscribed the Book of pregnancy
declared that dlshwash- two minutes or Ocala.Boy be on will come from time to time.
here from
I' 'the most Important phase time in a clorlnated bath. Dishes coming : Life.' I Next Sunday evening at eight and feeding with 20 army much laughter at the marriedfolks'
'Pr" I wives There will be three mote I supper club o n Tuesdayevening.
atlng both 'in home should also be
a commercial a private o'clock Chaplain Otis Keyes of
j 1
Scout News sessions of the group the next Sgt. Jack Murano Mrs.
private kitchen yet In too scalded with water of a comparable Blamllnir will have chargeof / .I
y ', Camn coveting' Inorulatlons and child Murano, Mr s. J. R, Ie usxe 11. inn'1
<+es Is the temperature (boiling water I
most neglected. We are happy to have every CrowdedOut, the service He will bring with Mrs Miles Stump prepared and
'in off the stove is best.) I I disease All mothers or expectant
-unitary dishes are one oft right j Scout wear his uniform to the him a soldier! quartet and) pianist mothers are Invited to join the | served the delicious Inner.l All
greatest' medium through The danger of spreading: meeting. Monday night we studied ,Jame I' lllgictnbothnm/ director to furnish the music for the even- group. each Thursday at 2 p. m. married service people are Invited
wh germs are transmitted, dishes Is thorough washing in first aid for half an hour then I of the 'SO Club at Ing. These men have been at the At the regular army wives' I to attend the dinners held
JIf't.falJy' In public establtehKobert home however, Ix not as played Blood and Sand duringthe Temple and U'.->hlrigton Htx., Tabernacle on two other occas luncheon Thursday" Sept 6. Miss each Tuesday at 7 o'clock.
"nt, G. Carter, great; an In the restaurant.. Be-. recreation period. We also tells tliU one ions.All Bess Spanner assistant directorof Couples. danced Saturday nightto
'hnlm.l sanitarian said. I'ar- cause they are not used a.. had short patrol meetings and, discussed -, ",\ few nights ago two soldiers .life cordially Invited to attend the usa on Temple Washington I the music of Sgt. Samuel
"ul'-ly' are the germs of often a* in a public establishment Important matters.At fim a distant Curnp the services. Streets spoke on "Getting Baum's orchestra ami' were served -
itch mouth, colds and ep- most dMea ecarrylng the present time the leadersIn came In asking for help In The Wednesday a f t e rnoon Heady to Vote" ax an introduction punch and cake by Mrs. f:, K
" More. throat passed on germ will die within our organization are: Scoutmaster getting lodging for the Young Peoples'! Hour will continue to a study group on the com- Perryman and Mrs.. A W. Ander
'""''Kh' when left on the Mr. Qulgley's absence, anda
Improperly washed a few hours night. during son.
Mr. Allen; officers Billy Ing election. The group Is scheduled -
nP| Kliuwj-s and cutlery, surface of a clean dry dish. :Miles\ and Gerald Boelter; press "When the worker on dutysail good attendance lit hoped for. .. to meet Mondays at 3o'clllck. I'lnn Awarded.
'IIhll tuberculOMln, measles, But In eating houses where representative, G eo r ge Winkler; ) the only notation" wouldbe New choruses are being learned and. will take up the problems. of USO pins were ,awarded to
limp" and whooping cough liuuinitized dishes are utilized patrol leaders, Charles Mooney; a bunk u Camp niunding and programs prepared which will democracy and ways of Interpreting I members present at the meeting
M W*.. known to be unread: over and over without much Barney McRae, James Platt Billy because of lie crowded condition prove Interesting and Instructive the news In order to vote Intelligently of the Operating Committee onTuesday
"Wi these Intermedlarlea."washing !. lapse of time the germs havea Smith and Joe Monteith. In Hlarke, one soldier! I'to. the. young folks I afternoon: Miss Madge
is a Job that la field day flitting from dish Winkler reporter. spoke up and twill, 'You don't Mrs. R. J. McDonald, Mrs. R. Mlddleton, Mrs. H. C. Flitch Mrs.
"' Rood or bad-there Is no to mouth and mouth to dUn. -George hate to tail me about Starke. Revival MeetingA 'L. D. Vining, Mrs T. H. Osborne,
N. Christensen Mrs. J. S. Schwartz
""lie foa.i.. Carter said "You I This, N my home. I broughtmy and Mrs. Vernon Sllcox.: Mrs.
and Mrs
Mrs. II. Fengle
f t 'look at a dish or glass and Methodist Fales PromotedBrig. I buddy here for the weekend Revival Meeting\ / will be held J. O. Mulllns prepared and served I Roger' Luhn army wives', council
ounce It clean. Disease I amt found that my mother at the New River Baptist Church I' chairman and aim a member of
I, t ttalk openly over a utensil germs The Rev. W. J Churchwell pas- Gen. E.V, Pales, commander hM rental out f\rry lied In beginning Monday, Sept. 18. at the luncheon. the operating committee had already .
tiles Or roaches" on a draln- tor of the Methodist Church will I of Camp Standing's Infantry I the heal!", 8:30: p. m. An out of town Mrs. Mulllns was elected to earned her pin for BO-
r a Replacement Training Center will deliver a series of nerve a term of eight: weeks on hours of volunteer service
relatedthis at the
they lurk for hi.I Sunday :Mr. Higglnhotliam preacher
|In their j |nvhl- use as a topic
'/. waiting for the next vices morning sermon "The Dynamic I I I. since activation of the IRTC I I Incident In hU monthly Interesting sermon EverybodyIs the Army Wives' Council. I club. Mrs. Osborne. Miss Mid-

Which to manifest their Do of the Gospel". The choir will In August, 1943 has been nominated report for august ttt Illustrate Invited to attend. ,I \\lni Phone Cull dleton, and Mrs. Vining were appointed -
Illness render special music.Congregational I for rank aa major general. Inn acute housing shortage In Sgt. Robert Kindness. of Pennsylvania representatives from the
ITh lj" 'lrMt singing will be Previously commander of a simi Stark CAKIIE.V ..THANKSOTKKS! : was the lucky winner of 'council to the USO CouncllMo be
tep ,
, Is'. through sanitizing feature of the Sunday evening lar training center at Camp Rob- Th. situation arenas to be I wish to express my appreciation the grand prize at Bingo Thurs- organized In October.
.' water to which washing In meeting a at which time the pastor erts, Calif., General False has seen growing more acute," he com- to those who voted for me In day evening - a telephone call Army couples new la Starke '
''''''"Miint( soap or a. will speak on the subject. "Where the Camp Blanding Infantry Installation mente "'n -.)del| compound ha ?" grow to the largest of defeated. I feel that three At the meeting of the Army ,I and take part In the activities 1
But Art Thou
It! boolflnnlnJ that ? only people's departmentwill Its type In the country under his very able mne were elected andI Wives' Council on Monday\ Mrs. j throughout the week. The Club i41e I
.ur' the ( For hot soapy The hold young a regular meeting at supervision. A Regular Army Clean cotton rags. know that they will administerthe Harriet O'Rourke was appointed I i, 1 located at 201 North Walnut 'I
'lJ.h filM! temperature In with Miss Frances Colley In veteran he had previously seen No Buttons. Highest cash affairs of our city In a credIt- acting secretary; Mrs. Mulllns Street and Is operated by the National -
?|V' ,1 not can Stand W* 6:30: Sandwiches and tea will duty In Mexico, Hawaii France prices paid. Bradford County able manner. bulletin board and poster chairman :' Board of the Young

Inl > a glass. kill or germs np that be charge.served at this time. and Germany. Telegraph. tf --Van H. (Oscar) Carden. and Mrs. R. A. Richardson ;!I Women's Christian Association.



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THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH I One Thing Leads to Another: Theressa I -flTHEATDE

Established 1877K. I Ida ,- ---- ------- ,_.__._ .
By Minn: Hagan --- -...._.
K Matthew Editor and Owner . . . . . e ....?M.J.'.
$&Lrr I Amazing Career I film-makers in the ,
rul>ll.hcd \\wkly un rl. at the Port Office at Slarke. Florlila.Will daughter, Annie Canal, are spending ; prison last fall "ar'pl'i 'If
I a few days with Miss Ida i iI !Shows GangsterismAt sensational captunu"" *u.
Kagaa and also visiting the for- the year. the> ta
You Listen & FOR WANT of satisfact- I, mer's brother Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Its WorstOut Unusual Insight,,

To This Man) iv ho ory synonymssome of us 'See Ousley and family. of a fantastic, incredibleera of gangsterism lift ant" the
are apt to say Were sick Joe Kelsey S 2-c of Benfort, the tile J nlatof '
of crime one of the season'smost ordinary
Is No 'Alarmist'? of hearing about 'juvenile i IS, C. visited his parents, recent- sera are not run, !
exciting pictures"RogerTouhy
We know 7 i6. I "glorified", but
delinquency' a ,,13' Gangster"-bas been fashioned. shown In their true
lot of things are going on that shouldn't be, but after Mr:;. James D. Burkett, who It will occupy the mid. miserable creatures! that]light, for'
all we believe the young folks of today< are capable of has an apartment with :Mrs. W. week pot at the Florida Theatre theft
working out their own problems. Let's just let things W. Packham U visiting her husI next Tuesday, Wednesday and Christian
I band, Pvt. James Burkett, ati
rock along. -- Thursday.With .
i Camp Standing.
But the response to recent editorials in the Tele- j Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Packham a strong cast, featuring A JaCksonville speaker ,Mwlar ,
graph has proven .to us that there is genuine wide- j visited her mother at Waldo on Preston Foster, Victor McLaglen : dress the congrega,, , ? tCen j
spread concern over this problem and a genuine desireon I Sunday afternoon. I and Kent Taylor, it Is the story Church service ,of fit! q1lt:,
the part of a substantial number of people to "do G' Mrs. W. M. Hull spent the of gang lords, gun molls-the1 ac : at 11 O"'loCk Sunday
something about it" if they just knew what to do. 'rob ; I week-end with her husband Pvt. tion-packed history of Touhy, -
I Woodrow Hull at Camp Bland- from Public Enemy Number 1 to !
There Is a great temptation to take the easy way Yon keep
8711, Jollet prison The toughest bnping
out-to dismiss most of the talk about "juvenile delinquency" ing. ;
as "preaching" or simply the narrow-minded I George Packham S: 1-c of New of the with tough the, Touhy iron hand ruled of his terl'or.Great empire . WAR BONDS
ideas of some crackpot reformer. But when a man ,'ffisf/wwr /2**aV *'! I York spent the week-end here I
of [ ... with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. care was taken by the
Federal Bureau
like J. Edgar Hoover, chief of the .
W. Packham.
1W. -
Investigation becomes concerned over the matter, even i I I Mrs. Aacon Leophart Is visitingher I
to the extent of writing his viws!' on the subject, it is mother In Batlshurg, S. C.
time to sit up and take notice. Mr. Hoover is neithera 1 I Mr." and Mrs. Ben Loper an-
"crack-pot" nor a reformer (in the blue-nosed sense nounce the birth of a son. Harry 1(1(
of the word>. He is a down-to-earth two-fisted man I Ben, born September 6 at the
who fights crime in the United States with deadly efficiency -I Glendale Hospital in Palatka.We .
and whose word on this subject may be accepted are sorry that H. D. May
as law. Recently he wrote : Is on the sick list, but we wish MIDNIGHT SATUDAY

"This country is in deadly peril. We will win the him a speedy recovery.
Mr and Mrs. E. S. Sibley and SUNDAY MONDAY SEPT. 17, 18
but still lose freedom for all America for a
war may -
W. W. Packham visited In Gainesville -
Miami in the Detroit FT Pr i
creeping rot of moral disintegration i is eating into our ..
------- Monday.
nation. Go to school," urges Dr. Lucille J. Marsh, director of B. F. Geiger S 1-c of Titusvllle
"I am not easily shocked nor easily alarmed. But the Maternal and Child Bureau of the State Board of recently visited his mother, Mrs. BUFFALOBILL
today, like thousands of others, I AM both shocked Health. J. P. Dickerson.
and alarmed. The arrests of teen-age boys and girls, The Labor Department appeal continued : "If you Don't forget Sunday School
all over the country, are staggering. Some of,the teen-agers really want to do something good for both each Sunday morning at 11 o'- '
crimes youngsters are committing are almost unspeakable yourselves and the country, take my advice and get clock at the Baptist Church and<
: prostitution, murder, rape. These are ugly all the schooling you can before you are 18. You will the Christian Union at the Christian -
words, but it is an ugly situation. If we are to cor- be more help in winning the war if you are well-trained. Church at 8 p. m.

- rect it, we must fact it. Military experts who know say so. But the war-isn't --. . . . . -- -
"The other day a friend of mine, who is a police going to last forever. So if you want to get ready for STARRING JOEL McCREA
chief, saw a 15-year-old girl coming out of a tavern, what's ahead, go to school." HamptonDy
obviously drinking. The chief knew her and her fam- ----- --- Barbara Home MAUREEN O'HARA LINDA DARNELLTucs.

ily-respectable, serious-minded!' people. He took the .
girl home where he had expected to find the mother Mia Betty Darling of Jacksonville
and she was-but not in the he had expected.She was at home for the week
upset way
v / ., Wed., Thurs. Sept. 19. 20, 21
was upset because of the indignity he had inflictedon 5W&9I. end.Mrs.
the girl by bringing her home. She admitted that Dells Lowman and son left
her daughter was at fault, but insisted!' that she should last week for a visit with relatives -
: at Columbia, S. C. ROGER
look out for herself. That the )?
have been allowed to ,.: ; L. T. Johns, who Is In training
mother assured the police officer, was the way to develop I... <..:::f ,;<,;.'\\.0.-An' ,. for the Merchant Marine at St. ,

a child's character. .' / . >> ': ;:JVV' Petersburg, was home for the ""
"And that, I insist, is the kind of crack-pot theory : t ;. by J.LHARRELC. : ", weekend.Mrs. r" A 1\.T/ C TJ:" D

that has laid the ground-work for our present' surgeof I Wilson May and sons.( Billy ,J.X.J: 1 JLI\
teen-trouble. For years we have listened to some Every once in so often 1 get a thinking that I had the fu>\'enI and Spencer have returned after
letter from a soldier or sailor boy I 'N1r-l 'h Now
) again. talk about a month at Green Cove Springs.Pvt. .
who have
quack theorists and pseudo-psychologists!' who calls me Uncle Joe and while I company that come to upend a Wilson May of Camp Standing WITH PRESTON FOSTER
preached that discipline and control were bad for child- they .are forbidden .to tell mvery day and flays a monththat'snothing was at home for the week-
ren-that they should be left uninhibited to work out much, what little they do compared to the com VICTOR McLAGLEN KENT TAYLOR
their own life patterns their own self-discipline. But tell is sometimes amusing If pany that stay uneven year, end.Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Myrtck
you dont acquire self-discipline if you never know what nothing else.I more or less and It with you I arrived Saturday from Ft. Lauderi -
discipline is. Neither can life's problems be workedout cun't understand it, but It night and day. dale for a visit wih friends. ADDED SPECIAL ATTRACTIONFORTRESS
without experience which can be secured only Hernia that not many of these Yes sir, the seven-year-Itch, as Lynn Hall, Section Foreman
through hard knocks or by guidance from the exper- home boys urn favorably Im- well as the cow-itch vine itch, 'I I I for the G. S. & F. Railroad, la
Prevsed with those grana-sklrt- doing relief work at Decatur, Ga.
ience of others. sure is while it JAPAN"WORLD
company stays I
wearing! dusky lx-ttutle of the Mrs. J. P. Blanton( and little
"Now we are reaping the harvest. Fathers have /hloullt Sea. Itl.uuN, nor with with you, and you'll never spendan I j daughter left last week for New
gone to war or are working long hours. Many mothers, those atutrly tlanu-H In dear old idle moment while it lasts. It Orleans to join her husband whoIs
too, are working on day or night shifts. The young- KiiKluiKl: Mlto hold their mash is a great help In calculating time, I In the U. S. Army and stationed IN ACTION"
sters are left to their own devices, and the tragic fal- In the I ulr even when the robot however. That's the one way I I near there.
lacy of the theory that self-discipline 'just grows' is bomlm are dropping all around. know I'm at least 64 or more, for i r John Napier of St. Augustinewas > .
being demonstrated day by day. From all accounts thus far, | I've had a scratching Introduction :I In town Wednesday of last :"-'- -
Speck Loadholtz, J. C. Prevatt to the seven-year variety at least week attending to business. WE
"The war greatly aggravates the situation-the unsettled -I nine time since I I USE MORE PULPWOOD
I Jr, and a dozen or so more, including wore what-you- Mrs> Inzle Morrow and son, T-
homes the confusion and the restlessness, the + W.'J. (Bill) Harrell have I call-ums-You know-the things I'' Sgt. Jackson Marrow and wife, WRITE TIMBER: DEPARTMENT\
'last fling' philosophy. War plant jobs make it possiblefor that babies wore when I was' were visiting Mrs. G. P. Wads- CONTAINER CORPORATION OF AMERICA:
many youngsters to earn more money than ever :, < I young and what bathing beauties : worth and Mrs and Mrs. M M.
before. For youngsters who have been trained in no | fee Harrell Edward Wainwright, wear today. I Matchett last week-end. t FERNANDINA, FLA.
.. ,
I .
higher motives than self-gratification, that is merelyan Bill PendarvU. and a thousand ----------.----.-_.----
opportunity for loose living. Count the cheap placesof (more or loss) of our Bradford
entertainment in your neighborhood and study the boys are looking over the gras

ages of the customers, if you doubt it. / eye skirt full situation.while you Better can, boys get, for an Have a "Coke"= You're home
"I am not blaming the youngsters. I am trying, the bathing beauties at Kingsley again
very definitely, to do exactly the opposite-to put the I Lake still wear two piece suits,
blame where it belongs, on my own generation, which even if there la sometimes a ,
has failed in its responsibility to its children. I I pretty wide skip between the up. ll -
"Obviously, wartime conditions call for extra guid- per and lower pieces.All .
ance, extra control extra discipline. Parents should I I this rfiiilmls me of the
take stock of the discipline-or the lack of it-in their !I time I went in washing (not

families and consider how it might be improved or''', swlmming with) and rovv-llc-h wit on vine a logeoverwl .

tightened up. They should follow definite rules as to j Afterwards, of course MotherfoiTtNl
what young pepole may do, where they may go, and ni.. to drink a barrel ofsulphur.flavomd
when-determined by the standard of whether or not I [ Norguni Njrtiu,
it is good for the child. They should insist on obedienceand

not shy away from penalties for wrong doing.
Children may not like it any more than soldiers do, but GET THESPEEDY.
it is the one way to make sure that both will react SURE
correctly in moments of decision and danger. 4
_ "It is a good idea, too to talk with teachers!' and to
back them up in maintaining discipline in the schools. : MDGESTONCarpenter's
The average parent, I am convinced is too easily won
over with that old argument that : 'All the other kids ntf I'r
are allowed to do it' Somebody has to draw the line t
somewhere or this false justification can spread out t 1

like a chain letter."Discipline t/e
of course, Is not an end in itself. But
tempered with understanding and affection it is a
protective measure which is critically needed right now. Drug Store
More than that, it is the only guide to self-discipline.
"We are fighting a war to establish the Four Freedoms .. .
!' for the generation now coming to maturity. We J atchjfaurrKidneys; '--1
had! better make sure that they have the selfdisciplineto
. live in a free world.' /

Help Thrtu ClranM the Blood I Iof aLmal
There Are Things WAR WORK is import- U.l'mlullJod) Waste I I

Even More Important ant: But getting an education waste You roartvr kldn.'II from are the"tanlv blood.t..m.alt.ring But . or getting back the
is even more im- kldn.y..ora th.',work-donu among folks -
TIa" W ar n ork nol act .* lylturent.ndedfall/ ..
portant. This is the to F
theme .
>" Impufl". tha. It ....,n..,. The biggest earth
may moment
of an appeal being issued pOI..n body machin.the.yot.m.. and up..1 U.. . I on to a fighting man is when he returns home. And I
by the U. S. Department of Labor to the school-age boyor Symptoms!! may" be n."Ia backa old
girl who has been working during the I.uln' dlaamaa*. rt familiar phrase... f
summer up 'Ibta. awrllmg, pumnn liar'. .f.With
a ( Coca.Cola
uode .... .in
yth.-ndTors '"" refrigerator i
'. 1 IMP iv.1.1.....'<... you can make any r. -
With the opening of n, H. S. this week, we are glad order 0th.are. 'lIn.."....1111I.ot "ldDay.. burorng 0. bladder da-, fighting man, including your own, feel he's back with his friends.
to note that young people, at least in this section, seem too Tit.f..quonl.. urinal.,,. scanty 0' border to tho'Gull l Coca-Co, stands for th.J.h From the
to realize the soundness of this advice and are once la, lb.daub, ..that..I""prompt.. t;.. I reJresheJ-has become
again filling the class rooms to overflowing. Deoe9 PlI.. Dour'' have b..11 winning! a symbol of friendly living.
new frlmdi
for mor. than forty y..... Coke"=CocaColaIt's
"Even at this moment when gallant) They have a natlon-wid .puluton. *
our *
are A.. OTTUD UNDER iwe
reeumm.uded by AUTHORITY O TH, natural lot popular
locked in battles around the world : when our total energies Country ove. All boar'ulpla...... rItJI"1i 1M I COCA-COLA COMPANY it to acquire ( ab brevi":
at home must be focused on producing the STARKE COCA-COLA I don That's why, you.r"I
vast materials: for war, we say to our boys and girls: I BOTTLING CO I cD acDla clued "Coke *



13.: 1.U

[ Parade I Bliss S Sgt.Texas Clifton B yes Hq there will he a need for wastepaper 1 tVe can still use Borne help. If
want to
r \r.TC.. Ft. Bliss, Texas, x I we continue there are any who care to lend
*"*" .r.' "kfl'1 .
I.'Irnrnv'hIf SrrNlr. n." Krm. m 4 :In- 'olled Ion ai long as it will
i l. 'fls.i IhInI. '' .r imMlratlon. turn anil i Comer P. PUI'' 3-c. little of their time to a
" mumrit I good
,.,f arllr| The Telegraph trlllne <>( their .nplltltlm.l.ptlWJ t'SNT.S. Fl..hei. bland.oJ.. Y ..__.._ __ __..__ help win the war. !I"
.. .01 ur cause, see me or call me at 03W.We .
. : Elbeit Erie Thornton. A-S CM We have had considerable difficulty '
:.- I
\1Itt'ltt\\\I.\N: : to his door step 4503, Bkd. 414 Lower. USNTT. : In getting the paper tied also need paper hauled: to

\I." ?,, ,gold and silver, the Born In Starke Batten was Bainbridge. MJ. 4 mitt hn\i! at the warehouse at Jacksonville Those who have

i.or'.,1: "I, .1, naval Alrcrewman, farming In (the Klngslcy Lake region L.. S. Klnchen. AMM !-<-. \BATAD20. the Fnmera: M.niketVt> trucks going to Jacksonville emp-
" .. L. Gott- when he was Inducted Into Point Grit should loin) of
,.I ttd 10 Breezy I h. ty carry a wastepaper -
t p Henry J. Gott- the Army back In July. 1942. He NAS. thuMiRli. this paper :sovcralmil <<
:Mrs orfolk .
.?, i I' : t ,rarke. when he com- went to Camp Roberts, Calif., for _
'R : A ,tinbut have \. tin. thin MhiniKI call
none or
basic 'n''Ap''n.\) sic me.
g'I tl1. foal, phase of his train- training and then served, asa TANK \TTtIJON I a r. ).
f'' member of an aircombatf I cook with an Infantry outfitin Pvt. AncllV. Griffin son of
a I
tie,, Jacksonville Naval Alaska. Mr._ and Mm

at Coming back to the States In I joe E, urlffl of- ..... .. .c. .b... It. ;
I 1 12 jyfi t/ou the 17-clvtZt-
Flatl"11.tb..rL enlisted In the Navy June, ho Is row awaiting assign- Starke Is stationed ... usete OnltfYou
std was selected to at- ment a* a cook in Camp UlanlInfantry at Camp '. i

l J043 the aviation ordnance school Ing's Replacement] Train Chaffee, Ark.. '1. I, -2 might not need automobile insurance. But the other
Vorman. Oklahoma, as the ing Center. with the 16th ,
J. Ills showing in mechan- Cpl. Batten is the son of Robert Tank Battalion. '' a fellow may involve you In an accident . .
Of .:
examinations at boot I* Batten of Theresga. He was Inducted 'I 1 rv LOOK INTO AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE NOWI
graduated March 25, into the Army at '
Cpl. L. H. Harper Sec. H. T. Camp Blanding
f T. A., SBAD San Bernardino on Jan 8, 1944. !.
I 3 jg-year-oltl bluejacket was Calif. He took hIs bas I CHARLEY E. JOHNS AGENCY
to train as a Naval I
elected Capt. E R Struth. Officers'School ic training at the

.wman and was sent to thee .I AGF Repl. pepot No 2, Armored Replacement . ..., : PHONE 1 3STAKKK -
e!!. Okla., Naval Air Gunners Fort Ord Calif. TrainIng -

,,1. where he graduated on I Pvt. Vincent L. Alvarez .\.S.F. Center, Fort Knox Ky :, FLORIDA
he will
20.() A flying gunner 1 Repl. Depot, Camp Reynolds! Pa.
assigned to a Naval air POEMHOrT: :M.\lllNKS THE TRAVELER Hartford
be Pfc. Wallace L. .
Thtgpen Btry.C Pvt. Woodrow
for action at one of Hlcks-943189: Co
uhtnent battlefronts. probably with a 783ril P.A. Bn., Camp JosephT. B, 7th Repl. Draft Platoon 17 r

Catalina (flying boat) Robinson, Ark. Oceanside Calif., son of :Mr. and
I Pvt. Ceo. C. Powell Co. B, Mrs. W. W. Hicks of Hampton t u to \ .
I planes
--- 3170 Sig. Ser. Bn., Camp Ellison, has composed the following poem 4.._.__._._._ - --._.____ m__.__.________ .tt ,
K :E\B HOME: N. J. about life In the Marines: I. I

;or taking him thousands off I S. Sgt. Ancil Z. Futch. Apt. .\ IT. S. :U.HIiEYou :'\ Two modes of the black rayon crepe dress, for tall are %

from home for training and 150, Greenair Homes GAAP can have your Army khaki shown above" as pictured in a recent Issue of Good Houwkcepinii! I 9CLEANBD#.

months of service in Alaska, Greenwood Miss You can have your Navy blue magazine. Highlighted/ by sleek black rayon satin the dress at !

,irtunes of war have returned Pvt. James Reddish Jr., Btry.C. But here's another fighter left has /u'o horizontal bands with bow ties accenting the bod-

Robert J. Batten practically 55 Bn., AARTC, 3 Pit., Fort I'll Introduce to you: ice. At right smooth satin yoke slccces. provide. u'
His uniform Is different glamour
The best you've ever seen
f The Jap all call him Devil Dog
fruits & Vegetables But his real name Is Marine.He FARM NOTES ing operation or for PIIPWVO"\\
naval ,
stores or limber.HELP .
was trained at Parris Island-
Ky I.. T. Dyer, County Agent
The land that God
Where the mud ((3 14 Inches deep FROZEN IOD IXK'KKItI'lANT : \ ) I'.U'KK AT MAKKKT:

ALSO HENS AND FRYERS And the nun Is scorching hot. :'\ .NKEIJKI: HKKK I The collection of waste paper READY FOR WINTER
Many's the table he has act, The frozen food locker plant has been fiilily good In Starke

The dishes he has dJ'ied- that Is proposed! to be built heie "since, the city trucks" stinted. .
PRICES REASONABLE He's even learned to make a bed by local business! men would I I picking It up every Tuesday afternoon. We'll put life hack into your winter clolht-s

And a broom he sure can guide. believe, fill a great need. The I Many of the citizens. and make them good looking for winter

I II He's peeled a million onions plant a:* proposed would Include have responded well by saving wear Strictly modern cleaning methods
And pared potatoes, too; cold storage and meat curing their paper and having it readyfor
Girls get yourself a good Ma equipment aa well as the freezerlockets the (trucks.Also . are your KiiariinU'e of good results-ftur.

I Leon. ]DicandioCALL rineThere's for fresh meats and vege- considiM'ablti paper has ments so perfectly cleaned that the original

I nothing he can't do! tables. been left ut he court house by color and pattern of the fabric will he restored

i & CHERRY STS. And when he goes to Heaven, Before the government will give those living outside town. The I as! good as new. And yet our cleaning
To Saint Peter he will tell priority for the building of this Salvage,. Committee wishes to
.--.-.,------.--------.--.--..;. Another Marine reporting, sir-. plant It Is required that the 'thank those who have so gE'I..r-1. costs' no more than any other.

I've served my time In Hell County Agricultural Conservation ously given of their time and pf'l ,
Committee certify that at least : tort in this urgent war effort. .

AT CATTl'KE-' ROME: 60 per cent or 180 freezer lock- I The trucks picked up In the Starke Dry Cleaners & LaundryPhone
Garden Hose Pfc Azure \V. Johns 21, son ers have been rented to bona fide .I South half of Kturke this week
of Mr. and Mrs. farmers for one A bona
year. and l will pick up on the north
_... _._ __ _
.I P, B, .' "ft... f 2$ Sturkv Florida
.vu. o I farmer as defined.! Is a farms half next week ,
i Lawtey was with who derives the principal ofms We
pan do not know how long
the first . _
troops income frum" the mrm.
25 AND 50 arriving" In the The rental for Hie lockers is

--- : city when Rome held In escrow by Die local bank
FOOT fell to the Allies.! and will bo refunded In case the
He entered the .
I plant is not Imllf.
a4 service In February -
The payment of the rental fox
1913 and
LENGTHS these lockers has been ,rather
took his basic
now! and if the! required numbs.
training at Camp
t Is: not taken anon It will be too
Swift, Texas. He
(.JKT HEADY FOR THAT FALL GARDEN has been overhang late to get the plant built fat

WITH APLANET .... . since August curing meat next winter.
---- ------
; : 1943 and I Is! Those farmers who want a meat

a veteran of the North African curing and freezer locker plant
JR. built should lent a locker without

GARDEN PLOW : TKAIMNO:'\ I'II.T Th delay..'re are now, 5,282 freeze, I -

I Dr and Mrs. Lemuel Colson locker plants In the U. S Texa, j I
I have received word that their has 201 Alabama, 3..; Arkansas I
47 Georgia. 27, Mississippi 41; ,
grandson Pvt. Wm. S. (Billy) ; .
BRADFORDHARDWARE Oklahoma 10and: Florida, 3.Let's ]I
Colson has passed his first test
make It four for Florl a.iO'IltN3JF..NT |I /
I successfully! at Sheppard Field I
Texas, where he started pilot ( : TltI'CKS'TO
\ COMPANYJ. training present address Is': Pvt. liE :SOM OCT. 2 .l iI -

I II' W. S, Colson-14183747, Sect. C, There will be more than 100
II. CARLISLE, Managing Owner Plat 2, Blackland, AAF, Waco trucks, sold' at Camp Blanding on I .'
Texas the morning of October 2. Farmers t\ 4

- I needing trucks should apply \
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- - - - - to this! office for a letter of reC'
ommendation by the A ;rlculturH <- -
Conservation Committee statIng / -'' 1str
CLEARANCE SPECIALSAT the kind of truck he wishesto
buy. All purchases must be blea

made by car and truck dealers
who will purchase for the farmer s- '
DENMARK'So with the certificate. All trucks

wanted should be Inspected be- W'tgvou'a

for sale day at Camp BlandinK
. . --.---.-.---.--.-----. know
------ ---- so that the farmer may
j Just what he wants. We will issue -
f OCCASIONAL CHAIRS & ROCKERS the letter where a farmer M

Ls In need of a truck for his farm- f'n


the transportation situation It serious. Buses are o.ercrowd.d-work-

e BOUDOIR CHAIRS LOUNGE CHAIRS DryCleaning Ing untold hardships and discomforts \to all. Yet thousands daily iqflor the

PLATFORM ROCKERS PORCH ROCKERS gravity of the travel problem to make needless, unesseniicl l trips..trips for ,

0 SOFA BEDS THROW RUGS pleasure alone.

Li the need to for those who must travel to
So conserve*
. Important ; space
_...._--. _ .. DO .. ._.......,__ ...-_-.-..--- .... .. ---fI' at itsBEST


MAPLE DINING ROOM SUITS w. 11&,. an a&tding faith In the loyalty and understanding of our riders. **
Now that this ntultlltthment -

I* under my W. believe that when they realize our task. prime movers of men and womento
ownenhlp.ndl man-
NEW LINE OFBEAUTIFUL a/Cf'rnett./ I p..m--' war Job.-fighters! on well-deserved furloughs-millions of people on tips

frlemN and CUM-
my tomes the best to be ....DUal to Victory_ -they will do all that Is expected of th.m.

BEDROOM SUITS bad In ."Dry CleanIng I (

;". I<,
Robert G. GreenNEW .
WHEN TOO TRAVZt:. . *. ... to P..l w..l1 catloa Wa fills) .S'.iM .

IT'S A FACT YOU CAN DO BETTER AT .Uck.,. w fcqs om your J+v9Ws to nolcl UUr e. fei*. l_

John H. Denmark Furniture Co. METHODCLEANERS r f,1."'

I 315 Temple Avenue

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mark for the prize of the high I his wife and two ---

UDC Anniversary Farewell Party I Baptist WMU calling of God In Christ Jesus" whom are WHI) known" ,"",:' :'
SOCIETY and CLUBSWomans Holds Methods Clinic Phillpplans 3:13-1. Mrs Ross- In Starke Tlleil '!"*r
Observed MondayBy For College Set I er urged everyone present to forget I

I At Pine Grove all mistakes and failures, and Pvt. Leonii
Local the | ,
ChapterMrs. Several young women In I I :sm,
Club Held Coca-Cola Employes community who will leave Starke A Mission Study Institute and press onward !In a greater way spent a ten f Jr
Master-even forgettingour '
O L wan hostess lor Our "ughanil
Beasley I
for were entertainedat I held at the with ,
soon college Clinic was hISpal'nt.
First Fall Meeting Enjoy Picnic to theV.. T. Weeks Chapter, a farewell party In the Recrea- Pine Methods Grove Baptist Church on successes which tend to makeus L. F. Smith Mi

Wednesday P. M. At Gold Head ParkMore United Daughters of the Confed- tional Hall of the Methodist I Sept. 5, for the W :M. U. of the selfish. noon for i\t f :Suni4; c:
address most
Roster's was
afternoon, the Mrs. Camp
eracy, on Monday evening. I :s "? ,I
Church on Tuesday New River Association. ; 11 I.., '
The Woman's Club held Its than 80 employe of the occasion being an anniversary tea More than 25 gathered at the 1 Inspiring and Informative. The
at 10 a.
first meeting of the fall season local Coca-Cola plant, with their celebrating the 50th year since tbechartE' Center to honor Misses Gayle and The program opened Mission members were happy to learn Miss Virginia! :s,'',\, : .J
Kite am
of the first U. D. C. m. with Mrs. Neublt that Florida ranked foremost In Marjotle i
on Wednesday afternoon at 4 famllleB, enjoyed an annual pIcnic Virginia Sewell, Wanda Pearce, Pine Dav:" \\PIo',
o'clock In the Club building. Mrs, of the company on Sunday at I chapters.The Nina Bishop and Shirley Colley. Study Chairman fulfilling her pledges Sunday of Mis._. Rlh ,'II gues:,
H C. Rltch, president l presided Gold Head Branch. State Park. guests were seated on the Mra. W. J. Churchwell and Mrs. Grove, presenting the the program.The I At the close of the program, at the StattPam, \\luj':;
over the business session, during Swimming and boating were' screened porch, where choice red L. p Smith were hostesses. assembly singing Mrs. Kite invited all the ladles 1
Breaking -
which a letter was read from main attractions of the oil day roses and potted plants were used "The Morning Light la to view the display of Indian Ruby S t He I ,11), ( 8 ,.
Mrs Ralph Smith, past president outing which was climaxed by a for decoration. The meeting was the Chapter Is now well on the ," opened the meeting, and the I pictures and articles, also the WAVES who ,s ; 011

of the Florida Federation! of Wo- bountiful basket dinner nerved presided over by the president, way to buying a hundred dollar Devotional was given by Mrs. display of educational literature Washington, D c .tatl"od'
man's Clubs commending the local with an abundance of "the pause Mrs. Beasley, and Miss: Madge bond. Charles Davies, reading the 14th which all members were advised nesday to spend a leave ed\'
work It that refreshes". Mlddleton Chapter of ;John, followed by to take for study. her father, J, here
club for the accomplished acted as secretary pro- The W T. Weeks Clvipter, No L. Sheer,
last year. The "Rebels" won In a hard tern. Miss Olive Ray, registrar, 1590, was charteied in 1915, so prayer. The meeting adjourned with
Mrs L. H. Jennings, Chairmanof fought soft ball game between reported four new members had It Is now 29 years old and dur- The faculty was then Introduced Mrs W. C. Carr pronouncing the b
the Park committee, gave an that team and the "Gators". been added to the chapter this ing that time has registered 81 by Mrs. Kite. Rev. and benediction.

Interesting report on the progressof i Out of town guests were Dis- year; this places the chapter on members. Mrs. L. A, Davis spokeon Mrs. L. D. Haines and youngson w,
that project and :Mrs. Edward trict Manager R H Dltmar and the honor roll In the Florida Di "The Organization of the U were also presented'! at this Louis Shafkln arrived home
Mrs Dltmar and Miss Irene Mat- vision. The members are and welcomed Into the As- of last week from +
Burns gave, a brief report on Red new D. C., by Mrs C. M. Goodlettof time Thursday a vacation -
Cross work at Camp Blanding. thews of Gainesville.MersereauSoto. Miss Sara Reed. Mrs. Frank Wil- Tennessee". Mrs E K. Ferryman sociation. Mr. Haines Is the new- spent at Lake Placid in the

The program chairman, Mrs.Charles son, Mrs. W J. Chandler and read a paper entitled "Whythe ly elected pastor to the First Baptist Adirondaks.!
Mrs. Mrs. L. D. Vining Work of the U. D. C. Shouldbe (. Church of Starke.
Allen presented
Delegates were elected to attend Perpetuated". A series 'of books on Indian Mrs. Marie Thomas has returned -
John Smith, Jr., In a talk on the Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Mersereau the State convention, which ; Missions were reviewed, and the from Atlanta and Columbus,
The hostess assisted by Mrs
"Indians of New Mexico" duringthe announce the engagement of their convenes In Miami, on Oct. 10-11- : Methods of teaching them were Ga. where she visited friends
A. Z. Adkins and Mrs. J. E. Wilson -
program period. daughter, Ellen Victoria, to Sgt. 12. Delegates elected were: Mrs. by the faculty as follows: 1
served a'delicious salad given /4/ 1
Sandwiches and tea were served William L. Soto, son of Mr. and W. G Halle, Mrs E, K. Perry- i Russian "By Way of Cherokee"-Mrs. i Mrs J. W. KIncaid returned last ?
course with tea. o Fa
by the hostesses: Mrs. C. H Nas- Mrs Ronald Soto of Tucson, Ariz. man; alternates: Mrs. R A, Green H. L Hough. week from Clayton, Ga., where !
Mrs. Ethel M. Biggs Invited the
worthy Mrs' O. L. Beasley, Mrs. The wedding will be an event of and Mrs. L. A, Davis. The Defense the "Klmo"-Mrs. M. L. Cason. she spent ten days.
to meet with her
W, B. Sewell Mrs. J. T. Guy and the early fall Donation was taken, and first chapter Wednesday In October.the "Little Morning Light"-Mrs. s PURSES

Mrs. Florence Brown. W. E. Carr. Harvey Hord, a former associ- GO 4.50 to 8,95

Denmark Furniture Co., these These books proved to be very ate of the DeWitt C. Jones Funeral -

Colonial Tea days . Frank Ferara tellln' Interesting and were ably pre- ,I Home In Starke, who has TileSmart
friends he took too long a vaca- sented by the faculty. ,
Given been
To Be By more recently employed In
tion . Now he hates to get Mrs Esther Neal, Mission Study Slop S
Lake Wales, has returned to this
Methodist Association
back to work worse than ever Chairman for the
. Callstreeters amused over the I I then .spoke on "How to read section and Is now employed by *< ADJACENT
will Jones In Gainesville to pO,
Methodist Choir
spon- Hord with
clever mimeographed cards sent and teach a book", which was
sor a Colonial Tea Woman's on, Wednesday Club, Button, button who's got the I Hear Gary Ennis, In town tother to friends here by the Julius i I very Instructive and most appreciated - .

Sept. 27 at the . Thorn fambly, late of Starke but by the members.
of 4 button? Or who's workingfor day from Washington, D. C.. to
between the hours
Building it whom up and down Call- visit his Aunt Vida (Morgan) now of Fort Leavenworth, Kansas Following these interesting and MEET YOUR FRIENDS A
afternoon was
and 6 In the ,
Mrs street? . Even I'm just a little walked right by and had to . Maybe they're missing us, enlightening talks, prayer was 1
Jeanette announced Klncald yesterday, who with by Mrs. dizzy after trying to get It all search several minutes before too! . offered by Mr. Haynes, and the

A. Z. Adkins and Mrs. L. D. copied down straight In the little finding Morgan's store, so com- meeting recessed for the noonhrrur ROY'SRESTAURANT
for black book . First of all, our pletely has been Its recent face hear Jack Hells Is getting'1f2'"- at whRmime a delicious
--Vlnlng the event,-are to formulating which the plans public Is budding cub reporter, Mae Parker, lifting Understand Dot Johns long fine with his new Eastern !| luncheon was served by the Pine
has succumbed to the lure of the received a letter from S. R. last Air Lines job in' Miami, but Isn't Grove W. M. S. and a social hour I

Invited. Courthouse again and will, aftera week, first since he has been at doing quite so1' well, thank you, I enjoyed.
An old fashioned musical pro- short vacation in Orlando, return sea with the Merchant Marine . at nurse-maiding for his bro and The afternoon program opened
gram has been arranged. there to wield her Notary Dot doesn't know for sure, but sla.-ln-law , Seems Woodfln an' / with the assembly singing the

Funds from, the tea will be Seal In Tax Collector Knight's; office has a hunch he's In Scotland . wife went out tother night and hymn "Saviour, Like a Shepherd 118 CALL
used In renovating the church, . That's the first! 'contradiction left Jack to mind the baby . 'I I Lead Us", followed by prayer by STREET
Mrs. Kincaid said l I know of to the old superstition Tlio Bamboo, hwank new Temple When the parents returned Jack Mrs. J. L. Rosser.

that printer's ink Ave. spot, has done a booming proudly showed them that he'd I'I A highlight of the meeting was .

WSCS Will MeetThe Iloe n't wash off Seems It did buslnesH since Its opening last changed diapers! but when the the address "Florida's .Spirit in

this time Mae la taking the week and my own private Grem baby stood up .uddenly-Io and I I the .Plan of Work", given at this UNDER MANAGEMENT OF
Woman's Society of Christian place of Louise Patterson who left lin Is urging me to boast, "I behold, the panties dropped down time by Mrs. .1, L Rosser. State
Service! will meet Monday around her feet! . Edith Biggs W. M. U. President She based
Vfr.. Knight some weeks ago fora told you so! . But truly the ROY
afternoon, Sept. 18, at 3:30: o'- job as clerk at the Coca-Cola new eat 'n' drink spot is gettinga tells me that Leslie Is now com- I her theme upon the words of JOHNSON
clock, !In the Methodist Church. fortably situated --well, Paul those things
plant, while Desta Dyal, lately ot big hand from everyone-single- anyway "Forgetting
Business and program meeting. Starke Dry Cleaners will move ton diners up to parties of 80, situated-at Camp Claiborne, La which are behind, and reaching .
the Circle One will have charge of In to help get out the Telegraph which It's already played host to . I forth unto those things whichare

program. . So I, for one, think Joe an' before, I press toward the
Moving. on up to Carpenter's Mollie deserve this column's cam- Loiter from Ensign Evelyn STEAK CHOPS

Send the gift Corner, I find that a newcomer, elias for the week . And P. S. Stump read at the Monday Bridge I the matter, gals . Bad bridge'
Irene Geiger pretty young spouse -I really go for that bright blue Club tother even In' was brimmingwith luck on Blue Monday t ? t

of N. Carson Geiger, the new canvas canopy over the bar . enviable news Evelyn's CHICKENBEER I

Every Soldier assistant coach, Is t a k ing the Have you seen It ? , recently met some such interestIng Bid adieu to R. J. Turner and

place of Maxine Noegel, who's folks as F. D. R., Jr. and I R. W. Mosley, who fined! up with
getting out from behind the Rex- Spotted" im' JottedThat: old *
young Henry Morganthau and i I Uncle Sam's forces yesterday .
all counter after five long years farm boy, Van Carden, coming In,
Should Have had a ride on Chrysler's yacht Surely am lookln' forward to some
. Maxine doesn't know exactly well-washed with Iratlon I
pel's p I . Says she first thought the peppy football games with Betty
what she's going to be do- tother afternoon, after breakinga I jaunt from the C a s a Marina Hayes/ Annette Gun ner, Betty
Ing for her bread and butter, but "solid truck" of corn for Adolph Turner, Anlce! Green, Kathleen
plans' first, to vacation a bit Gay . Seems Adolph couldn't Hotel on one side of the Islandto I Judd, Betty Jean Hiatt Jewell ,
and leave the rest to lady luck get any help so Van volunteeredto her office on the other side Persely an' June Patel as cheerleaders e

Lucille Freeman from out take on the job on his afternoon of Key West where she's stationed . Really expect themto
Oklahoma way, Is a very charm- off. That's what I call ,I was arful . now she think It's ,1 go great guns under the capable OPEN 8 A. M. BREAKFAs1
ing addition to the office of the real friendship! . That old seadog a golden; opportunity to blcvcle coaching of Freddie Wim- TO 2:00 A. M.( ,

o County Judge, stepping into the Bill Plummer head In' backto I I off those e-x-t-r-a pounds she'staken I berly . Well . Guess that EVERY DAY LINCHEO.

shoes of Freddie Wimberly who's the West Coast for reassign i on since she and the Navv about winds up the little black Except Monday DINE
turned domestic, temporarily . ment after a visit In these parts I I
(I consolidated . Incidentally the book for this time . So long .
Sitting at the next desk lit Evelyn with wife and baby , George I I Monday Brldga' Club is now I . See you !in the next . Sandwiches And Short Orders
of Washington, an- Johns Lake I.
Thompson ( Butler) working at meeting on Tuesday] . What's -Carolyn.
other army wife, who's helpingout - - -
with driver's licenses this

month . I must say, after tak-
IdentificationBracelets ing a look-see at these young

gals, that Judge Perryman Surely

knows how to pick 'em! . DRUGS 1

l a,
Jot the MjffffHt lift of the week
seeing Jeannette Klncald back in

All Kinds town looking prettier and smarter -
than ever, costumed from head to -

All Prices toe In soft orchid . Her beret, SAL HEPATICA49cFIRST AID KITS .59c
- -
cocked rakishly over one sparkling -

eye was exclamatlon-polntft

with bobs were a pansy two clip tinier while pansies her .ear. MURINE I - - - 49c PABIZOL 5flcIN

Jeannette Is just buck fcpm: a -- .
TheSTAG - -- --- ----------
smart vacation spot, the Forest

Hill Inn up near Clayton, Georgia 120 3.0150 Ill irSUPCRSHAVS
. Seems the change did her i
good, even If the climate didn't FIRST RID
'" agree too well with her particularbrand THE BIO p iL a'/T-f7
of hay fever . For my RED TUBE CG SPECIfUSADHESIVE
money-what there Is of itthe .
EVERY most fascinating coiffure on Call TAPE

street belongs to Lucy Garden, lOc
FAMILYNone whose long dark tresses upswept BUD and FLOWER VASES lin.xS
_ 50c
to $10.00
- ---- -
with a shining braid, like a halo, - GAUZE PADS

atop itVarhrl. . CANDY DISHES 19c
designs __ -,_.$1.50 to $5.00 25 Pads
need do .
without Thom p. lass like a bull In a china shop, -- --------- - -- __$6.95
son-Williams services mauling through the truly smart CRYSTAL of 36
frocks at the Smart Shop tother GLASSWARE -- -- 50c to $5.00
-- -
: -
They were
day, Insisting on trying on sizes STERILE COTT0.9Jc

designed for every 9 to 12 . Just as proprietress NOVELTY, ASHTRAY SETS ---: ____J$1.50to $5.00! 2 oz. size !
family with Dottle Sale was about to stop

something suited the slaughter, the dusky one's PRINCETON CHINAWARE .$2.50 to 8.50', TINCTURE 10 DM*
----- -
dark companion saved the day by NO USED TUBE NEEDED size .utfc
to the wishes of drawling, "You knows you caln't oz. _

each. Prices are wear them things, Lilly. It's like GROVES COLD TABLETS Dr. Miles NERVINE

fair, and -begin at tryin to put Jacksonville Into 35c Size 29 C $1.00 Bottle g-C Thermodex Heat Tabl'ts.Bottle 25c
Starke without trlmmln' off the ------------ ---- _
---- of 100 __ '
a very moderate edges!" . Hate to think about ALKA -' '
sum. losing that charming young 4S/C Tonic GILLETTE TEK RAZOR

couple, Betty an' N. T. Rltch, 60c size -----.:...;------- $1.25 Bottle 89c .49c
--------- With 5 Blades _
who've been among my favorite
ThompsonWilliamsFUNERAL Callstreeters for so long . Unicap Vitamins, Upjohrt. Pinkham's Veg. Comp'd. FOOT POWDER

These ambitious young lads WILLup Bottle of 100 --- $2,98 $130 Bottle $125REXALL 25c
DIRECTORS and get promoted, however, i --- Large Box ___ _
and N. T who's been ticket clerkat C -
Phone 433 the Seaboard office here for

Gainesville Florida the past two years Is being transferred PHONE
to Winter Haven . Betty CARPENTER'STHE STARKE,
will join him later . .

MOST 64 .
The guy Mho wrote "The more FLORIDA.AGE

DEPENDABLEAMBULANCE things change the more they are REXALL DRUG STORE

SERVICE the same" evidently didn't know .

what he was talking about . I

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-LOCAL NEWS ( Mrs. J M. Darby left WednesI rell's place near Brooker and will '
I day for a visit In Ft. :Myers. move In the near liitme Mrs si rrcmrV.VK: IHCIVKA

Dukes was formerly Miss Madeline War Bonds Investment for Farmers plea for the mipporl ""f this
I ass J. M. Morques of Arcadia Crews of our section city In the current Florida Alabama -
H. C, Brown are Mrs. R. S. Johns of Lake Butler lx '
the of WAVES
\I" guest Mrs. \\. L. Wall l enlistment contestwas
.Into their KIngsley visited her brother and slster- Mr and Mrs. P s Crews and >y Warren W. Hawley Jr., President made today by A. J Thomas.

sF ecently purchased In-law, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Green, Miss Dorothy Klckliter Is visit- son Spencer, of the State Farm, 1 New York Slate Farm Bureau Federation president of the Chamber of Oom-

"0 Mrs J. C. Robln- last Tuesday Ing her sister Mrs. Wendell Hen- were visiting Mrs.! Jo:. A. Sapp ___ merce who wild, that Florida's]
dilelts. In Atlanta this week. Sunday afternoon.Mr. supremacy In WAVES: enlistment.
u okns 1 Mrs. Leslie Biggs and daughter for the Southeast 1 wa now threatened -
IN CHECKING figures of the! into oilier fields, especially the
, Moseley! of Jackson- Barbara, visited In Lake City Mr. and Mrs. A. D Bohannon of and Mrs. L. L. Renfrue Credit Administration I highly technical field of Invest by her sister state

pending her vacation I Friday and Saturday of last week. Rome, Ga., spent the week-end and son, Samuel!, of Water Oakwere find that farmers are paying olT' m..nts.nOllt of us encounter sad

,,ek with her mother, here willi Mr. and Mrs. Paul visiting Mr. and Mrs M. mortgages :faster than at any other experiences.In You keep buying
n :Mr. and Mrs. Paul Ethei' I Stewart I period In the history of the Fed these days: it U virtually Impossible -
Edith! 0'own. Idge of I L. Johns and family Thursday of eral La'd Bank for farmers to put their
Jacksonville are visiting their I At the same time, farmers are WAR BONDS
II last week. Samuel had Just surplus cash back Into the farm.
I returned -
Sgt. and Mrs
Leroy Adams left
vM, Wlmberly spent brother? and sister-in-law, Mr. and building up cash reserves, but the War-time cond lions prevent us
|week'nd'' ln Jacksonville with I Iano Mrs. last week for Sardas, Miss., where from a three weeks' visit II wise investment of this money is from repairing buildings! nnd buying
1 :M[,' Edwin Green. J. L. Anderson, this v week they will spend a 15-day furloughwith with relatives in Richmond, Va. on extremely:: hard Job :for farmers new machinery, automobiles
his parents He I to undertake. The temptation trucks nnd other equipment we
lira S. E. Brownlee returned repotted a swell time is to try and obtain as high an must eventually have: if we aro

!Wednesday lfS :Mary evening Alice Yarbrough for Mon- from Jacksonville Saturday after I Richard Ray, Petty Officer 3-c Mrs. Rob..rt'ar,1, and small interest Many rate of us os sce possible.! no reason why going to stay in business. II'n ESC1III'T; !()\Srt

aha will spending several days with her I of Norfolk. Va., arrived Saturdayto So the marl thing forfarmers
S c where con- daughter. Barbara Jean of Jacksonville wo should not set as much interest I
t. to do li to invest their
e LI, studies 1 n Montreat granddaughter Mrs. Marcus Con- spend' a 11-day leave here with are visiting her mother, I on our money now as we had surplus money in War Bond I
ant. his mother. Mrs. E. A. this to pay the bank when we were
ege. I Sapp week.Mr where It H a. ife: all a dollar.
forced to borrow during the de
bill. These bond Increase In I
Mis. Albert Guestl retainedWednesday and Mrs. Ernie Souther-' pression.The value the longer they are held' ; { ) qI
Ii that
from Birmingham, land, and children were visiting answer today moneyIs they ran be rushed t utter sixty
cht'np-"expanded" as
Ala., where she visited Miand In ease. of aced and theywill
relativesfor Mrs. Ralph Prevail' In bankers express It. Therefore i'
provide a reserve for Investment -
I Wish To Take This Opportunity To two weeks Lawtey Sunday terest rates are securities.low except Naturally u after( the war In the
I ( very speculative business the farmer know
Mis. J. C Tinsley of Little Freeman, Varnes from Louisiana no :farmer want to risk belt-the business ef farming.I .
Thank The Voters of Starke For losing his hard earned cash.
Rock; Ark., left for her home
today was visiting his parents Mr and We farmers. know our own business confidently predict that If
The Fine Vote after visiting! Dr. and Mrs Mrs.' A V. Vamps, Sunday. Mr. and we can Invest money In farmer will do this, the dawn nt
Given Me In The H H. Adams for several days. Varne's it safely because we understandit. pence will liguulizu: a now day fur
daughter, Mrs.
Ray I However, when" we bra rt h oil Hiiciiltuie.: \
City Election. Mis. M L. Maynard, of Alachua, Goodge of Sampson City and I C/S Tr.amr\. DtfattmtKi I

arrived Monday to spend some daughter-in-law, Mrs. Bob Viunes II I

time here with her daughter, Mrs. of Palatka, were visiting with USO Style Show group of junior hostesNra danced I a

J. B. Alexander them Sunday also. with the servicemen to rhythm 1"h. f"II'f'm.'nr... nw-1 In fllllii -

promise that I will in return Discussed At WSO of Sgt. Arthur Foote anti hlxInfantrymen. I r rer.v" ln''I'rlltlon| It year
Miss Nina Bishop left Thursday Mrs. A. P. Hallman of Chat- Luncheon MeetingA The door peace, along I JLllllrnl1h'1111I1 I you will af'tI

fair and impartial morning/; for Macon, Ga.. where tanooga, Tenn., is enjoying a distance cull home( was won just what your* dix'tor. orilm-O." ,
give you ser- she will enter Wesleyan College. weeks' vacation with her mother, luncheon( meeting of the USO by I'vt. Salvatore. Mlllo of Ilitltl- I

Mrs. D. W Kelly and brotherinlaw Women's Service Organization! more, Md.Sunday .
[ice as City Councilman in the inure Mrs\ Earl' Johnson and Mrs. J, and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Roy was held on Tuesday. Sept 10, afternoon hOlltf'.....'.. nt. Carpenter'sThe .
M. Brownlee spent Sunday in lomlinson. I
for the dual purpose of Intl'oduclng -
the Hour Mm
Hospitality were
as I have done in the past Gainesville. the new Director, J. r.Higglnbothiim .
Mrs. Jessie Lee Lazenby of and Mrs lllug'lnboiham W. L. Andrews and Mm Charlie : lle.\alllJruo Store

Miss Wanda Pearce left Thurs Jacksonville spent the weekendat ; and of discussing. plans. Mult), representing the Christian I >>
day for Montreat College, Montreal home. Her sons, Joe and for the benefit style show to>> be Church. I Starke Phone I 61 Florida

N. C. She was accompanied John returned with her Mondayto presented by Mra. W. B. Mtindy
AGAIN I WISH TO THANK by her mother, Mrs Bertha attend school at Wescomett, the first week In October. Presiding C

Pearce, and Miss Carolyn Keen where their mother Is teaching / at the meeting was Mrs
who will\ upend several days In this year. Lex Green, \V.80, Chairman, and

GIVEN ME TUESDAY. Ashevllle, N C., before returnIng the member. present were: !Mrs
Mis. Melba
Lane of Orlandowas W. H. Mundy, Mrs Junius Smith,
guest: last week of her Mrs. John Smith, Jr., Mrs. J. P
Cpl. Clifton Stevenson, who has mother, Mrs. Frounle[ Moody, and I HlKglnbothnm, Mra. Carl Knight,

been overseas for twenty months brother and sintei-ln-law, Mr.' and Mrs. L. 1>, Vlnlng, MIH. Ueithu

K. G. DUNCAN and received the purple heart In Mrs." Vurnell Moody. I Pearce, Mrs. L. A. Davis, Mrs.V. .

Italy, arrived Tuesday of last L Sturgill, Mrs. L. H. Jennings -
Cpl. and Mrs. C A. Johns, Jr,
week herewith
to spend a furlough Mis Frank Wilson, Mm
his wife, the former Edna are home on a 15-day furlough Edith S. Cameron, Mrs. R. J. f0

Mae Moseley, after which he will He is stationed In Aikanna' Davis, Mrs. Jeunrttn Christian, I

report to :Miami for further orders. Mrs. O. L. Beaaley. Airs J. W ,
Mr. and Mrs Uiyan Lynn; and
children ot'Alachuu Kincaid, Mrs Foster Std Smith,
NAT SEZ: Mrs. Susie
Mrs. Charles F. Ward Mrs Marcus -
Andrews of Starke and Mrs Stella
Major and Mrs. H. C. Wall and F. Brown, !Mrs' Louis Shut- '
Andrews of Miami were dinner
son, Bill, of St. Augustine/'; were kin, Mia, Edward: Hums, Mrs. H
Sow that our little City Election guests of Mr and Mrs R. R.
I week-end guests of Mi1, and Mrs. C. Rltch, Mra. W. A. Honham, M
f is oxere ran get net for Andrews Wednesday night. .
W L. Wall. Mrs A. W Anderson and '. : .
", the real In The guest I \; eat[
XJ'\.mhf'r Mra. Wilbert Mann and baby Ralph Alvarez A special ;
I flguri It out, I'm Miss Delores C r e ekmore of was Mis. C. A. Robertoii of
way daughter, Marion Kay of Ocala island Cilu, N. 1'.
PrpIII.C't>>''n (()mp"III1, tonu
Jacksonville has been the guest
Gainesville', who will act as fashion I
play .afe. I don't know whatDcwej'll were visiting her parents, Mr and .,.
of Mrs James Hubner at the Franchised Bottler; .'F.I'I'ICUI.UO'f'fLISU\ CO. of JIM'k*<.n>lll\ >
commentator at the style
do. but I do know what Mrs'' H. L. Johns, last wee .end. I
home of the lattto>r's mother, Mrs. fMr. show. Mr. HlKglnbotham addressed . .
'UOM\.Jt'( 1)11>, As far at I'm W. D. Faxon.Mrs and Mrs. C. K. Andrews the group on the place I I' . -. .. ".. .. .

ronrrrnml, he can keep on tloln it of the volunteer In 11.5.0 woik
visiting In Gainesville Monday -
another four years YOWHII! Evan Lansing and Miss! were The main feature of the Wednesday .- d\f\ ( )
Fay Yaibiough' left last week for night Cabaret Danon wasa ow- Ofi&n
Madison, WIs. Mrs. Lansing will
Mrs. Medowa Anderson, and vaudeville Know, featuring Hob
visit her sister, Miss Isabelle Fernandez ) >lIden.1Kid"
Mannla an original, ( S'FAItlE'4 I :
of De- ;J
will baby daughter, Dorothy
and Miss! Yarbrough
_,,/ ; Jerry Altman, formerWLW '
enter the University of Wisconsin Land are spending a while with announcer Floyd Adams, .
her mother, Mis Minnie Gibson. ; t./\' '
4 accomplished violinist; James ECl.TE"jtSlt! MOST IIM'SI'AI.'
Medows haw been [In the Navy
L/ Hoosier. sweet singer
d . o . . s e e two years and Is now stationed in WaHham
McQuaig (twins, harmony singers; "
North Africa.
New River and Hob Hanscom! >> mastu'r-nf-cer- ItESTAIJRANT AN) II AK

James Bergeron has returned omonleH.
We dare you ny (the School to Daddy Fagg's Home in Jacksonville The O. I. Jacks and Jills rn- ,

. . . . . . after upending/ his sum joyed a wlm< and l picnic at theKlngsley ( THEfc

mer vacation with the Tomlin- Lake home of Mrs. Pauline -
,1 to try to resist Itt'II.lJoa.TISG: : son'If. Torode, on Thursday. evening, 'b

) I There will be a revival meeting Sept 14.Senior. (
't at the Baptist church beginning Mr: and \[....:? Lewis[ demons hostesses for the Satur;
cur dazzling Monday night, Sept 18, at 8:30: and Tom Edwards of Brooker B
dayev..nlng dance, Sept. 17, worn flood
o'clock. Rev. Ray Walden of were visiting Mr: and Mrs. O. T. poicorgi
Mrs. L Ii Vlnlng, Mi's. Bertha
\1 conduct the afternoon.
collection Lake Butler will services Tomllrmon Sunday
together with the pastor !Pearce, Mrs,. Bryan Whltfleld[ E book
Rev. Truby Pai-rlsh of Santa Fe Charlie: Cawen of Miami has Mrs. Susie Moore Mrs Kllery: 0 <,

of evening \ The meeting will run through made hi*. First Clas Petty Of- Davis, Mrs n. J. Davis. and Mrs.J. .
t .!.. Sunday. Sept, 24. Everybody Is ficers rating (SK 1-c). Charlie M Mitchell L. I). Vining assisted a

cordially Invited. Come early for spent his furlough this summer at the information desk

I i gowns, as ... singing/; services, with Mr. and Mis. M. L. Johns and distributed tickets! for the H A
If Sgt. Tedd Hall Is home on a and family. door prIze. An unusually large-

f is young in spirit short furlough. He Is now stationed

at Kessler Field Miss.

;.' .' as the love .: I Pvt. Robert Ward of Tallahassee ANNOUNCEMENTOUR /**['J1't'iIbis 3
was home last week-end to

see his mother and other rela \being\ taken for M

in your heart. tives. Robert has been In service -

y'p I one week' and Is now uta- I Parties

tloned at Camp Gordon Johns- SODA FOUNTAINAND

Demure ordecclette' ton, Tallahassee and

Friends of Edwin Sheppard will FOOD DEPARTMENT

. : be glad to know that he la now ., (rottJ3IIZ'LLINti
s stationed at Melbourne, Fla, and WILL BE CLOSED B
will be home more often.
t They're alls '; Jay Moody and son Edward INDEFINITELYSTARTING L''i

were business visitors in Jacksonville -
here . Saturday.Mr. .

and Mrs. S.: L. Crews were
visiting Tate Denmark In the Vet- '.
erans' Hospital In Lake City on STEAKLOBSTER.
.$12.95 Friday atte oon. No More Cold Drinks, Ice Cream or :'

Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Johns and Foods Will be Served. .
children enjoyed the birthday din- SHRIMP

ner for Mrs. Daisy Crawford of
Midway, Sunday.

C Jewelry Mr. and Mrs. Joe Moody and We will enlarge our Toy Department 0

: Eum.e children, Marjorie and Felton, attended School Supplies and various
I "
the Church of Christ In : i I
Brooker, Sunday night.
Gay baubles to
Pvt. Cecil Alcheckla of Camp 1
enhance everythingyou Blanding was visiting his mother r' -

In-law, Mrs. Fronnle Moody,

wear. Tuesday -We' Will Be Able To Better Serve You SALADS

Mra. Stella Andrews has returned made to order
In the Future.
to her home in Miami after
3.95 to 7.95Sternberg's a weeka" vacation, with friends

- and relatives.Mr. ,

and Mrs P. E. Sikes have Koch Drug Store 325 TEMPLE I AVENUEI .,

old their home to Mr. and Mrs\

Curtis Dukes of Starke. The I I .. j
Sikes have bought Luther Har- I :



. . . nell home also. Jonell! will plaintiff/ Telegraph seeks divorce..hRII Bradford pnhllnhthin I ANn :Miri. .,.:-.....;;;
was County S'l'A'I'I '
THEATRES GIFTS Order In next tour weekly Issill. q. 1-',,;,, ,;\" ;.\
Slrll""k .
iHiiii' graduate from the Woman's Col-'WHAT TO FIND IN STARKE ---- .'. IN 16 j J. .I.,.'//0 ', .. I,
Clay lege In Tallahassee thin. winter. Witness. my hand and official I New "York'M ' 1\ ,
111 nt Hlark( Florida, this tiel)- .. r ii
Elmer Austin Is In England now.l3ernice's an> i ..
fly r\t. I.ura BurgessMawell canned halfa ]I'i; i I II
mother has (( HHAL.) A. J. Thomas, named c ,,', 1 1
: Field, Ala. beef. Clay Hill people have ,\s Clerk of mild (',jui't.r. Plaintiff ", |,,"'.,I .
I OP CAMP I Frank I.iimlrnm FlorIda County T.I.1 .
. S S . . . S plenty to eat. RECREATIONAL CENTER Atty. for lf.] n15-4t-100.] | thin Order' ,ii I?lotI 10. I.'",
x I'
She .
Daisy Lang wrote Sunday. UUPI4.'
Mrs. T. A. Drlnnon and son, I <'mi. 'I.IT ..0111... JIll%.n"lIun' Winp- ,. ,, '('::11'1
and Fred had been to church at I ...I's, FIOIIII>'I 1:% ('llKM \ \
"01 \
. . . S S S S S seal III ! Pete went to Brlnson. Ga.. to attend II" "
Long Branch and the nays the would go back to sleep, happy (- V. t"l11h..r I_>. I i',.,
the funeral of a coutdn. ALTERATIONSPearl's E. Curtis, I'lHlntlff, VH.oimih ( \
take full- and content for I knew that OFFICIAL h ',
minister is leaving to a '. ]
Sunnybrook ( efvndant. CaneXo. AN (-It-Ik ,., .
Bernice Carter writes an I IrHer- time church at Lawtey. I could when dawn came I would look upon -I Alteration Shop 3:121.: '1'. Frank .I i i.., ,,
eAting letter that fresh beautiful rain- nitiun OF prnucATioN- 1 Ida< I ,
Marian AIIJ
nays not live 'without a nice weekly a green By ;Mr-i.; ArsuJji Crawford ANI NOTIC'B TO AI'l'KAHSTATK i I" I .I
Wilkinson was home from, the washed world. The streams wouldbe AMUSEMENTSStarke ..
letter from Daisy.Also S S S S S S S S S S S S S OF FL/1UIDA to: OmanC. -: ---.-..-
University at Gainesville and Joe- letters from Lola Mae pushing over the banks flow. CurtlHhoNf residence In 218/ ----....
Amusements South Indiana Street, Warsaw Indi
MoHley. Sammie Padgett. Dorothy era bursting into bloom nnd the'' Mr. and Mra. Bruce Warren of ana. SOLDIERS, SAILORS
Manning Mr. Nash, Lorraine I Handy road packed hard as the FOOD Worthington Springs were visit Yon are" required to appear onOctober '
beach when the tide has out. Iflth. 1144, In the 'Ibove' AND
gone ing their daughter, Mrs. Raymond
I Mosley and Hazel Padgett. named Court and cause, whe'eln1lanliff ;
WESELL Florida! Yes my Florida. Brown Monday. / seeks divorce. Hradford
that the DinerMillion's
j Dora Johns reports Camp County Telegraph shall publish this
>cafeteria will open soon and M's.I . S SS S S . S S . GrillPearl's Pvt. Robert Ward of Tallahassee Order In next four weekly IHMIICH.WltneHH .
Gertie Falrcloth and Ida Prescott' spent the week-end here with my hand and official
I Place Heal. at Htarke, Florida. this September .
will cook. Pine Level his parents Mr. and Mrs. W. C.I 13th, 1944.
_ ;' 'Ward.. (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas,
j HIGH: I I Nice letter from, Clara Mae Eunice GIFTSCislain's AH Clerk of unld Court. .w\L
I QUALITY who teaches the 4th 5th and fly Mrs. II. M. Mcltaa Cpl. Otis Crawford returned to Knight & Knight Florida< I IAU I
/ NAKED I I|6th grades. She attended the . S . . . S S S Camp Breckenridge, Ky., Thursday -' ,,,. for IMf. IoItark"r!! - | I I 0'

GOODS I I.University.: __l_ _last. *summer i. _, and Is I Sunday School was well attended Wonder Gift Shop --of last- -week.- - IIHCIIT...s. ...'I'W- _I.'IIiitIib soi..KT...S_.. llll I..1'UFOIIIJ t'fl_..a...,.,- _.
'.J:::=.;' ALWAYS maKing'" guuII tvci'; "" I Sunday morning. We had Mr. and Mrs. Ruben LewIs or I i (.j.'ii-; .m. Tiley all
Tin I It Is raining here tonight and no sermon because of the lllnes MILITARYSUPPLIES Cresson Ga., spent the week-end ryrll Michael r>eln..h, Plaintiff, VH.
It makes think of the raln- here with Mrs. Lewis' I Helen Strlletxky DeloHh IX-femliint.
me / parents
of our pastor. We hope and pray; I Tune No. 8312.olwnht .
LAPPE BAKERY washed world at Clay Hill. ThereI that he will soon be well again. Mr. and Mrs. W .C. Ward. I OP PUBLICATION to EAt

I would awaken In the night to lIe of .. .. !
and Mrs. Hall left Monday for Johnny Ingram Philadelphia / *- --------- :
roof. I Ben Suslow's Army Store ,
hear rain the
the on at
Milliard where they will visit their Miss.' spent the week-end here the
eon-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Gislain's with his aunt Mrs Doris Ingram. I
PEARL'S ALTERATION SHOP J. E. Murrhee. Some very nice P. S. Stores MI's. Henry Carter and daughter -I
letters from the boys In the service Shafkin'sThe : Mra. Trudie Crosby spent! CAMPDINER
Located Park Theatre
Centrally Opposite here and abroad were read Tuesday with Mrs. C. C. Crosby. I

Reasonable Rates Good Workmanship In Church Sunday morning. Let Stag Rev. J. T. Barnes of Slocum, I

UNIFORM ALTERATIONS A SPECIALTY us hope and pray that this great Ala., spent Saturday night with I
conflict will soon be over so our THEATRESFlorida Mr. and Mrs. Lester Crosby. !
boys can come home again. I
There will be a sing at the
:Mrs. E. C. Glllentlne of Pensa- home of Mrs. O. Crosby on Friday -I Corner Call & ('berryFeaturing
FOR YOUR OVERSEAS MALE . . . . cola Park A
arrived Sunday afternoon.She night Everyone is cordially PLACE S
accompanied the Rev and
Ritz invited to attend.
GIFTS READYTO I:Mrs. W. E. Hall as far as Billiard TO LIVELet the best
Monday while on her way TAVERNSBlanding
to Ft Valley., Ga., to attend a ,Recent MarriagesLloyd

T: MAIL revival meeting there. Center Bar Montgomery Camp Blan- Me Help You Steaks & Chops

Mr. and Mrs.. A. :M McRae of Bob's Tavern ,
ding, and Ruth Starke-
Open 9 A. :M.:\
NOW! Orlando .spent part of last week Jordan's Bar Sept. 8. -9 I p. jj.I

here with relatives. They have T. ,, ...... ""O U__ __.. n___ Let ,Me. >- Holn Ynu Daily Except ThursAm,
oaiitca AVIUJIIUCailiuil --- -- ---- -- i ---"
UlIU aunaMae I-
spent the past six weeks In New Rae .!. .
Manning, both of Lawtey- IT -----------
York City. We are glad to report that those Sept. 8.Richard. SELL
Mr. and Mrs. A, F. Hall and who are sick in our communityare
G r I f tis and Emma: .
children Ardella Ralph, and DIanne Improving: Stokes, both of Starke--Sept. 9. Wanted DON'T LET THE
of Jacksonville spent the Mr. and Mrs. O. R, Alvarez and I Listings on
A iinlr of MUnKlMdieM to pro.rt week-end here with Mrs. Hall'sparents daughter of Vanderbilt were dinner Elton M. Parrlsh and Ophelia Apartments, Housesor

<* IiI fo. .hold V.. or pi..n...%..vnllr4 of you Hi.bum Mr. and Mrs. II. M. Mc- guests of Mr and Mrs. H. M. 10.Silcox both of Lake Butler-Sept. Homes For Rent HEATGET

.re Jest Ship kind of CbrUtii McRae, Monday.Mr. Within 20 Miles of
. IPrlU.. S mnn ov.r.mMvMMtM.
<;on.. In now and and Mra. R. V. Alvarez 1'\1' 4-IIK-l, IT C'OIIl'I', HIIUIFnltll StarkeW.T.CLUTE
select hlii fill. We've JIIMIko anr/ have moved back to their home "0' \1"; %', EI.OItui)ti l111%%.
'.In.. h.'. wlnhlnic for BIHI ('.:U".
. ready for ninlllnitlGISLAIN'S tere. We welcome them back. ):,IlIna UVOI-KP, Plaintiff v*. Hindi YOU DOWN
Ralph, little son of Mr. and Mrs. George" Drftnilant. (.'..Me Nn. 33 IB.OltniSR .

KeepSPECIALS IIII- A. F. Hall of Jacksonville, went. AND NOTlfH OK1( i ITHLK'ATION TO AHPKAIl
fishing on Crosby Lake Saturday STATE OF I J.OHIto I : UllBheorice '
whose rpnl.lcnce la 214
afternoon with his father Allen ,V. .Magnolia St., VahlonUl, Ucur-
Hall and, hln grandfather, H. M. 11'1... M
Voii are required to 119 EAST CALL ST.
Next: to Korh'M Drug) Store McRae. Ralph wanted to fish c'tober IK, 1944, In this almveumeil
---- too He Is not quite 3 years of Court and CRUMP, wherein .:-.------.----....
wlEISIIIN age so his Dad fixed him a small -

pole and line and kept the hook ER R Y' S-J ERR Y' S-J ERR Y' S I In:
laited. Ralph caught 16 bream
and was disappointed because he IJ) C-

I HOT DUO-THERM WATER lost one bait!! '1?.4- A-I HEREf5 m KEEP'C


.' HEATERS Rising 5-
. en
. :\JJ5, S S OOL
. S S S S S S S S S S S S I I
FlashlightBATTERIES I.\; tll.\' ny.IT. ION )

. Those who attended the family -I SANDWICHES t;:; AS AN ICEBERG

reunion at the home of Mrs. J. 10:.
Sunday were: Mra. J.
D. Proctor Mr. and Mrs. Karnle ffi Call st. Next noor To Western Union -

EXHAUSTFANS Norman and family, all of Gainesville -
\ ; Mra. Elulea. OHggera and en
lion, 3. E., of Lithia, William JERRY'S-JERRY'SJERRY'S
Drop in for a Cold Bottle of Deer These Hot Afternoons Morgan S 2-c, U.S.N., of Seattle.

Vash., who Is on his first leaveat
and see if your temperature doesn't drop about
home in the'*'years that he

10 degrees at the first sip. A few minutes of pleas- RADIO has been In the iServcle/ ; Earl
Proctor, U.S.N.: MI' and Mrs. lA/oncler !
ant relaxation will send you back to your work with 'hurman Jones and son, Eugene, i fif-t Strop s-
SERVICE MI'\\\ and, Mra. Gordon Jones and ;!
renewed vigor.
I daughter, Carolyn; and Mr. and
I Mrs. Eddie Norman and son, MRS. BESSIE DAVIS, PROPRIETOR ((3)) I WITH A
0WINKLER .lerbeit. Everyone present seemedto
enjoy the occasion
j Mr. and Mra. 'James Norman COLDBOTTLE
\ { :|and lion Jlmmle. spent the weekend :

rcis TAVERN with Mr. and Mrs. M. J. ,

ELECTRIC Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Crime
Bob Jones, Mgr. and family of Lake City, visited IN TROPIC COLORS

Mrs. Ruth C. Bennett last Sun


Petersburg visited her parents PLASTIC NATIVE WOOD I IIOTIIEnOF.IEARL
226 Temple Ave. Mr. and Mrs. T. D. Proctor of

Gainesville. .. . I -
Hi"I TWw ---

JlLiV>llLillVLaJ:. AND BRACELETS Jordan'sBar

Hundreds of Other Irresistible Items From

S. PLACESTARKE'S Which To Select Your Gifts
Paddy Libretti,

ARMY STOREAuthorized


REAL "HE-MAN" by the 'War Department *

Operated by ExSoldierHEADQUARTERS :
an b-
r2 .:.;;-- ---V""" =- =__.

HAMBURGERS for all -

';, 8 Military i J Supplies) i SHAFKIN'STHE

... HOT: DOGS Novelties &Jewelry STORE.




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

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. . . .1 well Orphanage. R. C. Groover of Miami, 'I week with friends and relatives
New residents of our commun- FOOD --- AMUSEMENTS IL I TAR Y SUPPLIESleft I Monday for his home there here.Mr.

Farm ity are Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Mima spending several days. and Mrs. T. W. Markey
ate II
and Carl Mints who recently mother, Mrs. J. II. Kolley. I In Tampa on business Mon-
Bryan. Wbltllf'ld moved into the Eldred Redding Tuesday for their new home to Starke these many thousands . . . . . . James '
Crosby went to :
qrs. .
. . . house. They formerly lived in In Los Angeles, Calif. I of extra miles and countless Monday. I I day.Mrs.. Marvin Huaen of Starke

Madison and Carl Mims. is an Miss Jaquetta Armstrong of thousands! of gallons of gas would Brooker William K. Plumnvr a visitor! here Monday.

RFO'LEn Griner Jr and employee here. Dover who 1 I" employed at Camp have been !saved.! The road would . . . . . . Petty Officer of the U. I Mrs. Rita Drown of Ralford at.I
M3 '111 E. of Lake But' Mr. and Mrs. Eldred Redding Standing Is at home with Mr. and have paid for Itself In a very few i j returned to San: Francisco I ,.. services' at the Church of

'wean Fnwler' Miami Sat- have moved into the house oc- Mrs. Guerney Crews.Accompanied years merely through military FAMILY: KEl'NION week for re- ..ignment jtpent'a Sunday.
ed in by Mrs. E. L. savings! to the taxpayer. But who I
e m. 9. Capt and ccupled until recently by Mr. and A family reunion was held In year of sea duty. He has I
september Hewitt and Miss Jetta Lee of Lake gives a damn as long as the
at the Mrs. Lawrence Dugger and Mr. with his. wife and daughter II
home (the home of Mrs.
at Kelley
rifle' are City, Mr. and Mrs. I. J. Williams taxpayer can be squeezed every i
Miami Beach. and Mrs. E. G. Land are now living i for the past three weeks. I
, Hotel spent Friday in Jacksonville.Mr. day and kissed every four years? Sunday. Sept. 3, and was highlighted -
ne extended to in the house vacated by Mr. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Lewis
are -F. R. CARRADINEi |
tulallons and Mrs. A. C. David and with a buffet luncheon(
and Mrs. Lynwood Watts.
Waldo business.
couple. Iin
young children, Misses. Luella Melveen i Those present were R. C. Grover I I II
pules Pvts. Tom and John Lowery of I and Mrs. doe Snuford of Mm. BUY MORE THAN BEFOREPEARL'S
Mary L. Green of
their Bon RusBel! Blanding visited Mr. and and Joyce and Clifton, spent the of Miami Mr. and Mrs. J. B. I
Camp Jacksonville spent last week-end sonville\
arnng reurned her home
past week-end with Mr. and Mrs. Groover and
and family. Mr. and MrsF.
m the Navy : Mrs. R. H. Cox, Sunday. here with Mr. Shuford'K parents, last after ,
Monday having
from over W. M. Rhoden In Taylor. M. Groover and family and
.enlly, returned Mrs. C. H. Cope, Mrs. M. C. Mr. and Mrs. John Shuford. I
Lonnie Durdenned The Rev. L. A. Shepherd returned Mr. and, Mrs. J. R. Groover and
, and Mrs Roberts and Mrs Bert Chambers Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Clyatt were
Ir of their fam- i Monday from Richmond, family all of Lacoocheo; Mr and
'. members last Mon- spent Thursday in Gaines Va., where he had been pursuing visiting! relatives in Providence Mrs. R. M. Groover and familyof
Friday evening.The PLACE
.1 Guests Includ.hOnor vine studies in his profession for some Jacksonville. : Mr. and Mrs. KB. .
j Tuesday:guest and his wife After visiting Mr. and Mrs weeks.Mr Rev.dinner and Mrs. Worthington of Mr.and -. Crosby and family Mr and

Virginiaorate Bryan Whitfleld for several days. *. Lawrence Dugger and were guests Mrs. A. D. Mann and family
GordY Mrs. Jake Shuford. Friday
ussel!Lewis and her daugh- Guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. J. children, Jean, Richard and Mary evening. Mrs.. L. D. Polk and son Dale, of r STEAK CHOPS
- Pate and Harris last week-end were Mrs Elizabeth were guests of Mrs. J. Brooker. The Honorary guests
ud iv IDs Lloyd and Jane and C. S. Turner and Misses Ollie R. Rye In Macclenny last: week- L. K. Session Is up after being were Mr. and Mrs. William Law-

t.ghte ? Eva all of Jack Turner and Ruth Harper of Orlando end. confined to his bed a week with hon of Brooker and Mrs. 'Vade w CHICKENSEAFOOD
unell 1I1"sVanda Harris, who Mr. and Mrs.! M. D. Young were the "flu". Thomas! of Gainesville, 'T'W' !

had visited Mr. and Mrs. Harrisfor Sunday dinner guests. of Mr. and Franklin Clyatt IH spending
M' i0 Caldwell enter- a week, returned to her homeIn Mrs. Ira Young In Lake Butler. sometime in Providence visiting Friends and relatives of Mrs O. QrtN : e

:ji.w! Marjorie Davis and Green Cove Springs, Sunday. Mrs. Ann Messier. of Jacksonville relatives. \\'. Barry regret that she Is III

a, sewell of Starke Phyll- Miss Margaret Putman returnedto is visiting Mrs L. F. Chap- Mr. and Mrs. G.V.. )Durham In the Alacluia County Hospital
Erooker, Melverna in Gainesville amivlh her a
MB )t her home in Birmingham, Ala., were In White Springs Friday BEERSandwiches
Whitfleld and .
,,In Roberta Tuesday. man.Mr.. and Mrs. J. L. Dowling and visiting relatives there. speedy recovery.Mr.
Margaret Putman. of ...o..tweekenl and Mrs' V.:. J.. Lc\\la, Miss\
, the
Mt son J. L.. Jr., spent
Mrs. R. J. Dowling of Louisville Mrs. Grant Davidson spent
,, Ala., at a spaghet- Gainesville in orderto Iva Mae Lewis Allen Lewis and
gham Sunday at her home. Ky.: and Mrs. Lily Johnsof In several days in Gainesville last little Edward and Jean Endlrott: !
,per be with Mrs. Nora Mae Wilson .
evening the group Ft. Meade are visiting Mr. week visiting her attended church at Little Spring!
in the home for a and Mrs. W. E. Dowllng. Corp.R. who U a hospital patient Mrs. Fred DavIdson Sunday.
o r pa rty. J. Dowling returned to Ft. there M. B. Futch has Just returnedBradley Miss Martha Evelyn Markcy of NOW{ OPEN 321 Temple Ave

.. _, If..* and Mrs. M. C. Knox, Ky., Monday after having: . e . e r . . were at the State Farm Jacksonville spent' the week-end,
'Sun. "the past week-end been with his parents since last Saturday morning. ns the guest of Mr. and lairs. T. .

Pvt s during and Mrs. Ray Waters Wednesday.Mrs. L a \vtey Dan Harley who Is In the Army .

air daughters, Ray Frances, Reese Bradley and son, Is here spending his furloughwith
Miss Joyce Roberts I Clinton, of Jacksonville were By EVELYN WAKKKN his parents Mr. and Mrs,
and and guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. . . . . a see. A. H. Harley..
ask the G'sWHERE
until Sat. of Max-
Hundley from Thursday Miss Debby Phillips
Mrs. J. M.
week Mr. and .\ LAWTKY-RLANDINO: no.\()
urday. vllle spent E..nday here with her
had as their guest Mrs. WOULD SAVE MONEY"A
y Whitfield visited brother and sister-In-law, Mr. and
Miss Roberta
Boyd of Miami, who gave rose by any other name
day School Study Course Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Galbraith last In would smell as sweet." Mrs.Miss O.Evelyne J. Phillips.Warren pent Fil- THEY GET the MOST for THEIR MONEYThey'll
for several days
Church.route Jacksonville
Raiford Baptist No matter 'what you call it
with Miss Irene Pre-
day night
Baltimore, Md., week.
from the loss of the Lawtey-Camp

r home In Ft. Lauderdale, Mr. and Mrs. R. V. S. Martllng Blanding road in 1941 was the vatt.Mrs.. Love Colmnn of Starke
Lily :'1. Edwards arrived of Melrose were diner guests of stinklngest!: stinkeree Bradford
last week-end here with
,lay and, Is the guest of Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Griner, Sun County has ever seen. We only her spent brother", and lster-ln-l.iw Mr 4 Tell You .
I s H. M. Rlcharde and Mrs. mention it again because we have
W. Sr.
day.Friends and Mrs. R. Monley
Rlchaide. I regret that J. A. Bouv- been told that the road is aboutto I Mrs. M. Cox and Miss Adell 1 .
Mrs Drew Beasley of ler la seriously ill. be resurrected. Not that we
I Dlnkln.i of Jacksonville were the a\'a '
I Butle were Sunday guestsand Mrs. Robert Kite was the dinner believe it because we all but lost week-end guests of their parents. P. s. STORESof
of Dr. and Mrs. W. E. (never did ,
Mrs. R. B. Brannen. guest our faith In man. Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Dlnklns.
pi.[ Turney was In Clinton, Murphree In Gainesville Tuesday have any In a politician) whena Ernest: Ray St. Johns from course

!, Tuesday( and Wednesday night. few Lawtey benighted fools Olustoe, would l like to advise. his
at the Installationv Following a short visit with actually believed( we would get
; present friends In Starke, that he U sta-
Malcolm A. Macdonald Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Crews and I the road to the lake. tioned In Camp Penry Va., and

l' thud president of Thorn- family. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Crews Well that's an old_ story. Whenwe Is well and getting along fine. I .
were advised of a renewal 01

military Interest in. the road \ve >Klt1); : MISSIONS: 'I'

found our infinitesimal mind run 2nd Lt. W. M. (Mitch) Edwards:,

ning towards the gasoline and bombardier on a Liberator somewhere !

tire shortage that has been drilled In England; writes that he !I STORES
n Vr Into the heads of patriotic peopleby + needs. only six more missions to :' PS

our good government, To our complete the necessary quota entitling '

v way of thinking that is the pure him to a furlough home< oAT BLANDING BUS STATION
GverytoJyJalking essence of hypocrisy and moon He has been In the service slncp-

sistency. 1940( and in England since the .

We asked a soldier driver of earlier part of 1941.

one of the trucks used to haul

: men the Infantry and supplies Replacement to and Training from ....-.....' ..................-.......-.-....-. .. i.10N

Center shooting range two 9 -.

miles due east of Lawtey. just + GULPS; :
what the distance from Camp '

ABOUT Blanding to the range was In .. -'''''', -> ";' ."< '. ? *.V "
t'- hvt6
He advised us without
miles. i
stopping to figure that It was t II

2tf miles from the Camp to the

two I range miles., or a round trip of fifty Anti-Breakdown Club

Now all one has to do Is to { 'p

have: lived In Lawtey since 1941:

to see the hundreds of trucks

make thousand of trips to the I _

iiie range by way of Starke then I' TODAY

Lawtey to the range. Anyone

knowing the geographical location s ,

of the range can tell you iJ a K8!
of eight miles . ,
that a round trip t
would suffice Instead of 52 miles n' ,

had the road from Lawtey to 'I' I\w.-\ ,, -" a- .0 n-...,.. . ,. .J A Y <
Blanding been built. Now mind >

Restaurant Hours 9 to t Daily you we are not speaking of maneuvers 'BEFORE THIS WAR IS OVER, there may be only two kinds c>"people !' .,,- tes sec
: of the thous- w
Except Tuesday. but only in America . q ;
ands of unnecessary miles tray 1, \ ...
eled by valuable trucks with precious those* who can still g.t la work In automobile, p )1
...- ---.:. and gasoline '
tires walk.
-'------------- rubber 2. lho. who arc forced to
dear. Just as food "
equally thought as we have complied a If you want to be in the fortunate Protective Maintenance flan!

At for on the waste- I Eroupwhouillitillberidinif This plan was conceived by expert r wt
"I'll Meet You few simple figures '
. ful miles literally thrown away t in automobiles join Gulf's "Anti- *in car care. Gulf developed it V ;
has been Breakdown" Club today. How do because car maintenance Is a most .
civilian population \
while ,
Blanding Center Bar not asked, but forced to forego 'you do it? Just come in: for Gul/'s important civilian job.fere's ,$ t

many trips much more Importantthan

and Patio' I trawled 44 by miles each of and the every distance truck, Gull} Protective

scout car, jeep or any piece of ,
military motorized equipment
traveling from Blanding to the

Lawtey shooting range. Had one /WaMtetatce P/ati.

been here one would have seen .

dozens of loads of men go by I

day after day It Is most reasonable

to use as a basis two trips oGIUU4'.r.1f 6at g1'
f e ap/JtJW
Sturdu aueiows''afo
since the building of the 6uxt'yOal4rl4K1z, i re
yourself in I ranges. That would be a small a poi 'l INH1k1'AMNm m4tn/ 'J"q"'l S tOltS. ...
enjoy of 52 miles i. f (QK "
of 0100 trips
surroundings each matter as a total of 473,200 miles ....,.. I '_/I' n'V' )
pleasant 72,800 miles would have .,, ?
when the entire job of transporting - f ), I t JI
done -
the companyof ::::
in :
thousands of men
.. : 0
equipment a total inexcusablewaste 1 ; -
congenial people. of miles. You figure gas ('?j3C1Inc
clean' ,
AIR FILTER Spark plug
life of military tires and
and radiator flushing helpOULJI"S
depreciation of automotive equip- tretch mileage. Clean air filters HELP YOUR Gulf Dealer do a
ment. It all goes back to the Protective Maintenance make ga*burn more economically; thorough job-make an appointment .
fact that politics I Is a hell of bed Plan include Gullet Registered IT'S IMPORTANT to give your clean plug*increase power;clean in advance. Phone him at
HANDINGENTER' I tell ow. The figures used in the Lubrication which reaches up to car a good motor oil. Gulf effort radiator prevent overheating the itation. Then you tliouIJ encounter .
{ above compilation are not arbitrary 39 vital points with.aSx different two outstanding oils: Gulfpride", no defy In getting Gulfs
but sincerely employed Inal1 Gulfle Lubrkanta'that reduce "The Wocld'i Finest Motor Oil. Protective Maintenance Plan . .
o effort to be anything but unduly wear and lengthen your car'i life. and Gulflube, an extra-quality oil 13 service In alii I lt&
coating a few cent lest
critical of those responsible.It

J' Is reasonable to believe that

trucks handing and have other averaged equipment at from least i letter t r ;aeob a pow lfrsa21
case .. ?
10 trips dally and no doubt more. car . Wattle r
exists In this
LAR If this condition

community what In the name of ',I avoid treatdomsI. ? / J IWA .
God ia the cost of waste in the io morroIta_
War effort Had the road been
Eric B. Hyde, Manager built Instead of the second road

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r Hectic Period OF Construction Recalled As

Camp Blanding Observes_ Fourth Anniversary I WE LOAN 1 1c

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Four years ago tills week a tall S-umter' L. Lowry then commandIng Among the nine divisions which ; From till, small beginning . .
with the
slim gray-haired man,
officer of the 116th Field Aitllloij '- trained at Camp Blanding following !-
dignified mien that might; have -- ""'-
the arrival) of the 31st '
a Florida: outfit II Is l'g
graced an English Lord stood 'known that General, Lowry had "Dixie" Division I I of National r r WHILE
up at the luncheon hoard of the Guardsmen in December, 1010,
long been interested! In the lake-
Staike Rotary Club and described clotted area between Staike and! vere six: already announced as in $:

the almost unbelievable events i Keystone Height and when the combat. These ate the 1st, which / 1s
that were to old National Guard camp near ought In A f i' I c a, Sicily and 7 I
the space of a few brief Jacksonville was crowded out by Fiance; the 36th, veterans of Italy bi k

month expansion of the Naval Air Hase, and Southern France; the 29th,
Col. The man MUM
General Lowiy plugged haul for iOth and 79th, In the Battle of
otniMi of I the ..n/ln..I.hllC'/ firm of the present Mite of Blanding as a trance; and the 43rd In the Y.w
Solomon & Keln. iiml the phenomenon South Pacific. In addition, the
Natloral Guard camp. Hut fop
f li., described. wa the this small beginning, the location 08th Parachute Battalion and the

.t' O..II.tlon. of rump islanding might have been overlooked when 16th Evacuation Hospital were Ti ..etonf
-then slated ttx a .
projt-ct. Actually four or five the big rush for camps got underway announced in combat.
after passage of the National Heroes. Name Used I
times that amount. was spent IT-
Selective S e r vice, Act. General Heroism, including the sacrificeof I I structure CONTROI..I..EDREUAPPING
before the ramp wu finally Who would base thought that from this small frame FACTORY
Lowry IH. shown here holding the life has marked the combat''' those ultimateo..t
pronounced complete In t li c' would gnaw a mammoth training ramp
spring of 1041. first artillery shell fired In the -aieers of many Blandlng-trained d probably reached 30000000.? From the Telegraph' flli-s comen
Blanding niea- during the maneuvers soldiers Col. Loren P. Stewart I .
To members of the Rotary Club this photograph of the first actual plwe. of construction Mturtedon e
the words of Col. Sulomon BoundI of the 116th back in July early post executive officer, gave the Camp Klanding Kite-t>a<'U In the darn when It wan

I like the wildest dream. They 1940 his life in the Philippines and hit planned for National Guard training, onl '. From the handfulof

jd reason to believe that he GENERAL LOWIIY memory Is marked by the namingof 1 men employed here, the project' grew until more" than 20,000 WITH GRADE A pfr
new whereof he spoke, but the the camp parade ground after were on payroll at the peak of construction.and .
him Streets were named for ------ ----------- -- QUALITY '
t/oida Bounded incredible They .. /
WERE Incredible--and the things f Ir r 1 -. Capt. William l H. Sutton and Col. Walter E, Smith. Guard, purchased In 1939 when

that took place in the next few "!J : Capt. Jonathan Yerkes, Jr., both I One year ago Cump BlandingNfacilities the former National Guard camp. CAMELBACK , f 11 6 f
Jacksonville lestdents who diedIn Foster outside Jacksonville
Camp '
Incredible, too
months were '.$ were concentrated on I'
North Africa was turned over to the Navy, for
they happened Itoutlm flirt b.luy a t Top official. of the War Department H new tank, with the activation .- an air base. Land on which CampStanding's i

14 Camp Blan s1 have called at Cump of an Infantry Replacement North Range Is located 7.00 i

On September .
Training Center: on August t, 1 i
Florida's largest military ? e Blanding on Inspection tourn, is the property of the Fed- 1
ding -
Installation t a r t e d I Its fifth the visitors including Secretaryof 1943, under command of Brig.ten. eral Government and only the 6.OO-16 0 0c1
( E. W. Kale, Training
of activity. There wan no \Var Henry L. Stimsnn General unimproved backwoods maneuver
year other than an extra- George C. 1\111 r shall Lt. ranges' were doubles In num- area Is under lease from private material',
celebration, and
her and scope, and the intensive Workmanship
historical edition of the Gen. Ilrehoii II. !Homer*ell, Lt. owners.
sized l1-w..ek course han fashioned GUARANTEED! CUt Tee-
Lt. (Jen.Ilojd .
camp paper The Report. Sol (lin.alter Krcuger The post was named for Maj.
Fredendull and the thousands of foot Holdlrrw with Flr.ston*
It. ,
civilians of the Station war mlleac
diers and Gen. Albert H. Blanding.Vol'ld
for the' 1911 combat campaigns.The "
continued at their lute Lt. tien. Leslie J. :McNalr.Gen. : .
Complement British land on which all Camp War I commander of the 31st ecaJ)"
duties of facilitating the Sir John Dill of the
routine Standing's buildings and other "Dixie" Division later National
Gc>nPI'IIJIar:: -
In Hlanding's Army accompanied REQUIRED
training 13-month-old of Infantrymen Infantry Replacement .' ..... shall In an Inspection of the Improvements are located in thepl'opel.ty Guard bureau chief, and present NO RATIONING CERTIFICATE

Training Center. \ First Division in May, 1042 of thee Florida National Florida state defense chief. PROMPT SERVICE ALWAYS

Into the limbo . prior to t h f> Noa.thlrl'a... ,
---All'f"a"y-ptlssPd :f'. .. 00---------------- ----
of history were 'the four S .e tiunpalgn. .. r 4 rr
cro"'tledNr" t li u tHaw a Upwards of 20,000 workmen EVERY BRANCH OF gB n
amly waste of omit oak and < o'-r---:: crowded the wilderness to build

pine trees turned Into a. community \ .. ....... Camp Blanding in 1940-41, camping I BATTERY RECHARGE
equivalent) In i site to ..iL in the woods crowding the .

Florida's fifth largest city, town of Starke which has grown .. ,*
with 123 miles of pallet roads. . his idea? from 1,500 to 6,000 In population, *' A/I 6 ur ct nee I

utilities equal| to I those of a and journeying tirelessly from THIS

city of 10D.OOO mid two hug HIM Tralne.1 300,01)0) Jacksonville along l unimproved S {FtlEE ONLY

groups of training range; In Activate on Ni-ptemher It, toads early In the morning and J

an urea of some 1.)(), >00 11'I.t. 1910 upon 'the arrival of :Major late at nigh H. C. WALLAgency
Who Gets The C'rollt rioix-ers 111111..1 I
It. It. Itulmomd I, Jr., and I list unit "
Until a formal history of Camp CoI'\ ;, C. Rose, seventh commander INCLUDES-
of Field 1 rtilier( from
i Blandlnjf Is written, the whole yatea of the post, hailed the 1.49andPalntingBatteryCarrler
I story of how it came to be will Foil Bragg N. C., Camp lilunllnir "pioneers and those who followed .Removing Battery from bar b1 ,

not tm known. To the casual ob- < nan Keen over 130 Army for making this station one which

I Tver it apparently sprang from units ranging In size from II- now has much to offer to the Constant Service Over 50 Years 2.Scientifically Checking and

nucleus of a new Florida Na- luau postal units to nine full- eye and the comfort of Its per- Testing Each Battery Cell

1 nal Guard Camp that was la lu'fl: dh 1,1011I", It I* estimated sonnel. To those hardy souls who and
Please Phone 146CLASSIFIED RemOTi'1( Corrosion
. making on the east shore of that seine 300,0011( men have brought Camp Blanding out of 3.

Lake when seething rained I the sand dunes and and .... .... , .. Lubrtctt-aa Terminal
j galey or panned through the swamps - -- -" "- - - "- h.J - --- '--9
rid conditions made Uncle Sam post excursive of 00.000-otld/ to those who continued its improvement 4.Uocb: rglng Battery
,eallz at last that a sizeable processed at the Inception Center we owe a debt of gratitude -

well-trained Army might be a between December 1940 and ," ADS 2 DAYS

good thing to have around. From IVImmry, 1911, when It ('10....... Previous commander were FREE

time to time one politician and In addition sonic! 200,000( Flor- Major R. R. Raymond Cot R. H. RENTAL'ncrease

then another has stepped forwardto Idlun have paid their cull at Kelley, now retired and living; In i'OR RENT to reliable party, 6- PinMANENT WAVE, see! Do your "

claim credit for the establishment the Induction station Mince It MelroHe nearby;; Maj. Gen. JohnJ. room bungalow, modern conveniences awn Kurl Kit Permanent Complete with equipment Charui- +

of Blanding but perhaps oened the first week In December Persona, Maj. Gen. Morris B. furnished 2 1.2 mileson Inclnillnir 40 curlers and xhampno. r rr se rs

the unsung hero In Bilg. Gen. 1910. ,Payne Brig Gen. L. A. Kunzlg, State *road No. 28. Avail- Easy Praised to bY d".,>, thousands absolutely harmless l>lf> .

: able about Sept 15. Write P. O. Fay MoKenile( Klamoroua; moviestar ; ; 10%
Box: 105, Staike Fla. It Money refunded If notsatisfied. Mileage As Much As
Camp Blanding Men Told, "Know Your Enemy"Men Koch's J'rug; Store.
81915t11124FOR |

+ --- ei; I badly by army wife. Will pay SPARK
"wa .W+ Mv' 1RA
r --r-raare4.s SALE
3 rt + n""iM' v good price Phone 114 after 6

, Att wu and inquire for Mrs. John F. HOME IN STARKEThree

Thompson: ltpCOR J I r
\ living

A room, kitchen, and bath,

; SALE all furnished ready to move S
). yr Z os4b+rrehn"ars} I in at once. Price only
i 7t :\ ,\
'F $4250. Cash $12:>0. O

.. j ./, i, My O+ b + -. 4s+t bvn'siuv' s]wu seas COUPE W. T. CLUTE ANY

" w 4i a AiAS rtjS 13 CAR
. '' ew llr + urtt.t. t i y -. 119 E. Call St., Starke;

1\I\ *
? b"rI
; ort SRLF
l..t. Sgt. J. T. VAKLAS milk cows, stock cows.. beef WE REMOVE PLUGS,
:i cattle. stock bull or hogs
I KERKY3t\.V COUnTS Hat In touch with J, I>. ol,7m. Jr.get CLEAN THEM . SET
I ; 2li Starke Box 204 Lakelty
I Washington & Lake 8t11. <-' Telephone' 481 Lake City. THE GAPS FOR
! orCo. I llfl.44

, ; kbI' C, 191st" 60 Kegl., ANYONE WANTING till dirt' I EFFICIENT SPARK
1 b yards, etc. see ifs next
1I Camp handing 'Ia.
I 1I' Hlstiwssrad-? week. Bradford Engineering

Co. Phone 94.WANTED. It

,. r' er FOUND $25 War Bond. Owner
'I 4lL a t may claim by producing: proper j 1.
:$ Identification. 527 Laura St.

i Phone 175-J itp :
I dvHlirned Mr. Hertha J'earce. 305
Went Madison tit. 7,2.-4tp MEAT 'CUTrERGOO

! Full WALK-20 acre farm a miles
t tn from Starke, 1 mile east of Damp
i ton 6 room house, out buildings
In fair shape 150 bushels of corn. PAY
Enough peanut to fatten 30 heart DRAKEADJUSTMENT
< of hogs. tI hear. ) of rattle: 13 head -
of hogs; 1 mule; plow tools' See ill
j W, U Andrews, S12 west Madison
St. Will sell. cheap. '-8 Ztp TIP TOP

f who know why they tight who know !
theirenemy Iantphlete and looks plus a huge world map and -- SUPER SPECIAL
; and know the battlczone of the world smaller
maps of Important war area Each month
! are better soldiers. and the 68th Regiment In IUTCfc the regimental orientation MARKET'I $3.50 \
officer Capt. Harry V. LOST-17 ONLY
jewel, -
i using every possible means to Insure that Its ShuIlN, meets with all company orientation off lers l- watch near THIS| WEEK
i tnlntWH know All about war. One of the first to ward. See Mrs. Eunice Cannon ".. 'NC1UDIS1
( discuss the bent .t
I moans, of keeping their po.toffice In Stale. : .
and most complete war rooms. In IRTC l" this. onenear I tp BAdding
men Informed of latest U
war developments and their FOR Inspecting Brake
68th Jlrrbnent heudquurten. In It art a. aerie ( ATTENTION MAL1-Hou..ehold goods In- S Tightening C-BolM a
hUnlflrunce. In this eluding kitchen 8yateI
five Brake
picture men of Company j utensels baby TlnM to Hydr&nU
II bed Necessary
ut pressure
striking panels, pl'tu.and articles
maps covering cooker
F. 2SN I lounge
Battalion Inxpevt ,, chair WanrettOM
captured enemy "" and other mlscellan..ou. S Brake Test on Dynamic Br k. M*
' the topics: "Know Your Enemy: ," "Know Left to I article. Inquire
right are IWallace. Rice Wonder
Andy Suttlea, Shop Olft Scientific Brake ..I.Aj1IstIU1I'VietoJt"
Your Mlle, "PwJflc, Battle Area," ".:uroJM'an Peter Turro Laurence Johnson with (rtoormaallau..r It

'lHI Fronts, and "Tim New and IU SlKnifl- rifle) and Joseph" fare (with JapanexeArUitk.t $150 OR MOREper FUR Completely HALE-le4l overhaul.Model A Ford_

lOre" There Is a library of military perlotllcaN, rifle). i and!'ask..t .rctw. Phone N. 5,Mechanically Starke,

1 Carnaslon, It
mo. for modern house
. FOR ,
'aptist Church topic will be, "Going to Hell by Recent BirthsMr I with at least 3 bedrooms in 'h.vrolet.Air. HAI.E-\no Guy Good radio condition., e'ita UU See
the Cola
an evangelistic Starke PlantItp
"When Jesus Slept" will be the Keystone Heights,
message of Interest to all and enlightment and Mrs. Charles Schmitt SALe--.t'Ulon: wagon 1941
subject! of the Sunday morning or at Kingsley Village. Plymouth. In perfect condition.
I sermon at the First Baptist to the blinded. A song announce the' birth of an 8 pound elf Five West new pr.-war tires. Gall
service of old time favorites will Phone 51, or call at Room Fla Madison Ht., Starke
' Church It will be an appropriate ,
message -of the victory of proceed the' service at .8 o'clock. daughter Mary Louise on Au- 12, Magnolia Hotel. UB-3tp J. P. Roberts Motors

I' faith over faith. Wednesday evening gives an op- gust 13 at Alachua County Hospital FOR and SALE-Banln.tle.stroller In Bathlnetle

portunity for all to pause In mid --on -. ... _, Mr.. Olin White, 4311 good Lake condition.
The Rev. Haines pastor reports -'week and worship Him who la in Gainesville. Mr. Schmitt -4 a P. O. ax 322 Ht.. or
that Interest continues to I Creator Saviour and Shepherd. Is employed by the Dewitt C. WANTEn to rent house, furnished DODGE &

grow In the Sunday AU are Invited to these ser- Jones Funeral Home at the Starke or i.nTLp' unfurnished IIlan.llnllr. near Write Stark Mr. W.or emblem. Vocational Reward Agriculture I 600 TEMPLE AVE. STARKE, FLA'

. ice and this week the sermon,vlcca to worship establishment. \\"dle, Rt. 2. Bus; 491. waiting ir. It
Jltarke: "I&. Up B adfordtultou eHCherryTat, ? ftp t 1):,,.,to tit Yoke ef Fhtiiom ,wry Monltj n,,*!,,g 0'"**. B.CoPAGE





Official County Publication Established In 1877


en You Finally Get Back To The States

.n Billboards Seem Friendly, Capt. Griner Savs Sternberg Will Head

By Mary 10 KentIn street then the Captain- said and such -
complete destruction Bradford War
poss Fund
Martin Griner was get- of no one to watch except a handful: ible Captain Griner bristled just Drive
when townspeople who looked
() his fishing clothes on lightly as he snapped back, "It
d at the home of his par- indifferently or an occasional berry wasn't the complacency of the I -- -- -" I Bradford County Will

"., and Mrs. M. E. Griner grower come to town to do United States Army and Navy I Starke Represented Attempt To
;tate Farm to see him andl'IZed his trading . when the mem- alone. The blame belongs with Redeem Itself After Total
trophy he brought bers of the guard considered their the American people] in general. i At Open House I Failure Last YearNat
South Pacific-a drills more of a lark than a preparation Pearl
om the I Harbor could, and probably : For Nurses' Week
e flap for the war that was so would. have happened anywherethe Sternberg, well-known local entertainment for our fighting

son of a pioneer Brad- soon to come.Nevertheless, Japs had decide
,untv) settler, stationed in Martin Griner had Leaving Kuwait in March, 1943, tlon Hospital was; thrown open the KlorldnV r Fund of (l foaman's Service which provides -
!since 1939, eye witness been military minded even at Captain Griner came back to the I to visitors hint week in celebra- which Gov Spt-Hsnrd L. Holland .. comforts and care for merchant -
eacherous attack on Pearl high school age ,wfcen he entered States for an amphibious course I tlon of Army Nurse Week At the [U (chairman to serve an 111'0,1-1 Ift'aml'n'ar; Prisoners

Capt Griner was at last the R.O.T.C. unt,", at the Sidney at a Marine buse near San Diego.) I Invitation extended by CD!. t.;. C. ford County( chairman for the Aid!, which furnishes assistance to
g for the thing he'd Lanier High[ School. [ [In Macon, From there he was went to Australia Rose camp commander guests fund-mining campaign which Is American service' men who are
d about through all J those Georgia[ Upon graduation In t and thence to several of I were greeted\ by Col. Charles U.Callard scheduled to open on a nationwide captuicd by the enemy. The work
jiean months of tropic 1936 he enlisted as a private in the South Pacific islands In com- hospital[ director, and Lt. basis October 23. of these organization [Is welt
the First Coast Artillery. Meantime mand of amphibious: task force Col. Agnes A Maley! chief nurse' The county quota this year Is known to people of thin[ counry
|g fishing may seem a he had graduated from Citizens beachhead landings Fighting was was! host at a luncheon In the $2,21an.1\( leading Starke business [- wince It ban been of so much benefit -
tinj! to build a dream Military Training Camp at toughest on New Britain he said.' nurses' mess hall. men have expressed themselves and value. Included too are
the Captain explained, Ft. McClellan, Alabama. I But despite the seriousness Ingrained Visitors from Starke attendingthe as being doubly eager toexceed agencies for Riving[ relief to our
Iter all, it's the littlein e. ice After his enlistment In '36, he in his mind by many event on Thursday of last the quota this year because allleK, and this need now U particularly
We we're fighting for. was stationed in Panama during months of action "in the thick[ of week were: :Mis. \V. T. Clute, Mrs I Bradford County "fell downon acute Allied! relief
hlnk I speak for my men the next two years, being transferred it", the Captain still retains a A,, Z. Adklns[ Mrs. J. E. Wilson the job" last year and did not agencies[ participating In the War
as for myself when I say to Hawaii in '39. It was splendid and typical[ American[ Mrs. J M Smith, Mrs. May Dickinson raise a dime for the War Fund. Fund Include Belgian War Relief'
t boys are not fighting for while he was quartered at Scho- sense .f humor. i. Mrs II. C. Rltch. Mia. Bertha "{<'ur first one reason and then Society, British War Relief Society

''icy, alone] in New Guinea.[ I. field Barracks on the Island of Of .course there were "compen 1'earce, Mrs Marian Smith, another the drive here never not United China Relief, United
not spilling[ blood] andnd Oahu, a second lieutenant in the sations", he reminisced.[ Australian Mrs. Ruth Morse' Mrs. E. K. Per- going last year," Mr. Stei'nberg Czechoslovak Relief National

tears just to push thef transportation office, that Pearl girls are "good company" he ryman, Mrs. Edward Burns, Mrs. commented thin week, "There- America Denmark Association,
| the ]Island. Harbor was attacked. explained[ briefly I( L. A. Ilnvls and Mrs. Jas. P. tore we must redeem ourselves' French Relief Fund Greek War

Ire fighting for the girl[ When The Attack___ Came Han rri.l-e For W\() I Hlggnbotham.I [ _this,.__ .fall and double.. .I the quota .Relief, Association-.. - American Roller
itKKfd, If ponnioin./ ji is Inexcusable for Friends of Luxembourg
[down a narrow, shadedfor for the girls of the WAC I
the drug store on young captain said: [ he had over there, they're doing a creditable I Homeowners Told] for Bradford County profiling American Relief for Nor-
shaved Just half of his face when as It ban from the war I'ollllhVar
[ way Relief Queen
Job the [
for like vast administrative
ner He grooved the rugs living South Pacific Trophy the first bomb fell. The fact that setup that's an Important partof | How To Apply For fort to fall to contribute t""j Welhelmlna Fund Russian War

lijf with a heavy heel asId amateurishly on a white ground operations in Australia.! They'llbe Emergency Lumber comely to the War Fund." Relief United Yugoslavia[ Relict

'Yes, and for tiled which also showed stains of blood. needed! to carry on for a long I i Includes Almoxt All Fund, Refugee Relief Trustee, / ,
S time after it's I In answer to Inquiries from, The War Fund Includes every and the U. S. Committee for the
too. the
us, country( fresh eggs "The Jap lettering[ ;, Capt Griner over, Captain -
mchy bacon . and for explained, "usually depicts the [ added compllmentnrlly. It home owners who want to know war-r< llef agency except the fare of European children.
|place to go fishing. They battle history of the particularunit will give the fellows a chance to how they can get lumber and! other American Red Cross, which makesits Americana last year contributed.
appeal] In the IncludedIn $120.01(1,017( to tho .
I materials for spring.' War (o'un.l.110."ls
i get It over with so they that carries[ It and Is some- w get home aooner And there we emergency repairs -
War Production the War Fund. are mien well ( and 1 services provided!
rae home sooner." Anded times signed with a "good luck" were back to the Captain's favorite Board official
[ "Home". ? explained that the Federal known organization nn usa therewith have had a telling effect -
across the room toe symbol by emperor. We were
I Housing[ Administration[ la which furnishes recreation and In progress of the war
the entrance' of hise curious about It, too" he added, But regardless! of the fact that I re- .
silver-haired mother, "but hadn't much time for Interpreting Captain Griner longs to pet back i' sponslblo for residential prope1.ty.fxcept I : ----

la with a tray of ice wat- Just then . In fact, for a permanent hold on the little farms, and therefore home for lumber for all purposes far tlon forms
er son's' guests there's no time for any sort' of I things in life, and ;is enjoying[ owners should go to .the nearest exceeds. present supplies.! It Is It was explained, that while
Friendly Billboard eye wash out there, you know." w unreservedly, his vacation at i; office, of that agency for assistance. today the" No 1 critical building WPB hits control over the material -

understand what I The flag, he said, had been captured I home between assignment, he i material i those other agencies are
the Captain went on, on New Guinea by a groupof Intend to make a career of the. I "Hut don't ask for lumber right Farmers In need of repair materials responsible for anitlatlng! property
now unless
fighting for the familiar! his men who presented it, R Army after the war. I your caRe Is one of for either homes or farm owners at nil times It Is WPIt

\\'e appreciated .too little along with a Jap machine gun 'I hate the Japs even more extreme home U uninhabitable emergency, and your buildings nhould apply to the forms that must be filled in but
a -
we learned to wjt and a pair of binoculars( to their! result it U necessary to go through: lhedf'KljIna.tE'd
_dp._ out I. than. I love Florida( he said, and ' of damage canned by fire, County Agricultural Conservation -
Everything that's 'Amer- Commanding Officer after they I'd like to it ; federal agency In order -
see to personally If flood. or some similar disaster I
Committee who will
ks good to me since I got had run over a pillbox with a I could that they don't do It offIcials warned. "Tha help'them to obtain approval In eachIndividual
demand fill out the
the States. Take the I bulldozer, burying alive the Japs 4- again . even [If I have In be proper appllca- | case
dlI, for instance They who held it. This' happened on stationed In Tokyo.

e old( friends no mattere April 22, the 25th Division's[ D- I "Right now, I'm going[ to concentrate .
| ad [is.aptain. Day. | on getting my hook In
Griner said it with j i In National[ GuardIt the water . and 1 wish everyone

It t of sincere exuberance ]', was one of the high spots In Florida Trophyhe I of the boys who were with A TOUGt I OFNATURtS
'aid\ erase any doubt a the Captain's comparatively long me In New Guinea could go fishing .
] might have had, quickly[ didn't[( get a chance to finish[ with me today. I know how
pletely from his .mind. i military career which began when the job for a week is mute testimony to snag the 'BIG ONKS'; .
|Griner came back, then, he met in Starke with "the boy of the bedlam of activitythat and they DON'T get way." I
r son's most treasuredthe of the National Guard in the old followed that first burst of "Where's that Sir?"', we in- I GOODNESSFor I I I Ile

Japanese battle armory upstairs over a Call street fire. I quired.[ "Oh. that's down ai

[Its flame colored "rising1 business house. | Questioned on what he thoughtwas Luke 'Vou-Flnd-It' ", he replied

i surrounded by intricate I I There was plenty of room for the reason for the complacency The exact: location 1 U, a military i 9

black characters printed drilling down the middle of Call of the command,. which made seoret,"- I Y.,., r

mans Still Planning r, Contrast in Haircuts What Would Emily I ,r a perfect climax to an afternoon of ., ':

I Think of These ;. swimming in sunny waters, add another '

Domination of World Messhall Manners. ? i. sunny touch of nature's goodness .

Strictly for the (if* table are w golden, mellow JAX Beer! You'll find its '..- :

the new "Mensliall Manner. or I smooth zestful flavor always satisfying-
urination of will not prevent Germany from ,
the Nazis
"general order ,, I I
V because skilled JAX brewmasters choose
"ing still another attempt in a few years to dominate for chow A .

rid, in the opinion of Henry T. Taylor, noted student hounds" comPONMI J I J ,,1\ only fine natural ingredients, age them ;

ropean affairs. by Sgt. Sly I 't buy carefully and brew them with an art perfected
Dewey Hopper
sessed with the traditional German notion that Ger- of (\.np- I U Can beer throughout generations. So, for any

can run the world better than its many individual na- any. C, 23l.t i I yo I happy moment when your thirst clamors

Ger lan diplomats are even now cultivating sympathy the Battalion Infantry oJ !1l better prlCe' for refreshment and satisfaction, say . .

German people as they are preparing to make scape- Replacement Training
at the Nazis. for Gin of Cunip HLindlng.
The rules, which should.. be
In we get rid of the Nazis*.beg off by 'unconditional surren 4L4L- labeled "What Not To lk In I t '
fU not have got rid of the I formula t
the Memluill"
such painless are:
der' or any
P Problem, any more than I but which : I II
did which sounds strong 1. To take charge oni my .- :1':'. '
when it got rid of Fred- think it through as the I .....-. '. -.' ' .
*e when you table and aU food In view ,. S a Y
Great, or the world did actually give theman I .. '. ..' ."
I lot rid of the Kaiser," Tay. Gemani option on when It 1* wise for 2. To eat my focxl,,In a !hoggish 1.... -.. ... ;-.i."... ,"
lea> in a scholarly article in them to top the war In their own manner, keeping always on \.:..;
mber issue of CoonopolifMne. I the alert and observing everything -
takes within
remember the Ger that place
"We mint The long and the Abort of eight or IIIID IL
Wi through 5TNE
I reason Germany mutt pass
we must go the mans.
in the South
dIa ""Ct internal convulsion haircut aylen 3. To report all missing food
with Germany this cot only grave
Pacific Illustrated by the
n and for all. also a psychological revolution. are to the mess sergeant
At last but
inch of Pan- well-clipped G. I. and the tux- 4. To all calls foratcond
these people what It Germany must be M purged repeat : ]
'ernorutrate their beUef Gennanlm that no German will ay-haired FIJI Islander The la bald-the .. from tables more distant DRINK. Of FllENDNI. )
T should rule the world. ever forget what It cost his countryto above picture. from the netting line than +
headed. O. I. sterns to be getting 54e
P> Biuit accept the.eo_. exerclso this greedy my own.
1 ot complete defeat 'Good'IIIl11t so that this Idea In German minds" a kick out of klaks the native'snonreguladue and 5. To quit my table only
Dot be permitted to U as defeated a* In German arm& when It In empty.
vice vena!
6. To receive eat and not
ment on the post handling ouch t pass on to those who surround
on Council
matters. PaymentsOn me all chicken, pie and Ice

proving I I, R. C. Hawthorne of Klngsley the] The UpgradeDue cream.

aye Relations Lake Village was elected aa 7. To talk to no one except
I|I representative from the Transportation -. to action of the State Welfare la line of eating.

e St&utfer of Rt. 2Starke Branch at the camp. Board at Its July meeting, 8. To> give the alarm In came
led by authorizing an increase. In the of foal
hl8[ fe mbming
the Camp Blanding ow-employ-Maln Outfits OverseasTwo I average old-age assistance grantto 9. To rail the mm ergeant 1! ,
Shop5 as their $2990: per month from the when cake la- not covered with
the newly-formed represent-Clvll- Army organizations which farmer $24, Bradford County recipients Icing. _

loyea Relation Council. activated at Camp Blanding I of old-age assistance were 10. To statute all steaks, harm,
Council were in the paid a total of $7,411 in August, and chicken not -- I
has been created In October 1942 are now eel : /t
or at the rate of $88,932.00 per e 'l1. '
:fl'r 1l. To be enpectally watchful ,7' '*
all matters pertain- European war zone. The units are year. The amount was the larg- at mealtime and during the

the betterment and 1m- the :508th Parachute Infantry Bn., est, both in the aggregate and hour for eating, to challengeall ,

nt ! employees at Bland'Ucb now In France, and the 18th In the size-of the average grant, food on or near my pla.e.and ,
in it- that baa been paid during any
fields as legal aid. In- Evacuation Hospital Unit to allow no food to paw' I
month since the state-federal pub I
1II0raie trained at Camp
and absenteeisM. aly. Other units without taking ome.
Muncm ,,? d revlously anBlandlng lic assistance program was begun .
lInvestigateall '|I an P Include the 1st, I lin 1937. August to 28 families (59: child ,
l| to them and nounced overseas 43rd and 79th Divis I It was also announced that a ren) in Bradford County. Over s a I u ,

f F"u J to the pan depart-their ',,29th ions., 36th total of $831.80: was paid during I total the period 9978.of a year this would ,



GOOD coxnrcT MKDAI. containing $ Acre, more or I."". essed are a* follow: -
144.Duti'J this 30th day of August Name In which assessed: Unknown. I Certlflcat No. 14$. Year of Issuance -
T-Sgt. Arthur V. Brown a former I -
1044.OKFICTATj. July 1, 1942.

resident of Starke, now serving ( PKAL) A. J Thomas:' All of said property beingIn the D..rlptlon of Property Lot 12
Clerk of rirctilt Court jtraitnrdCounty { County of Bradford State of FlorId Off Sub-DIv Enxt Lewis TIRE
with the Third Air Force at Florida. ll4t22! : I Llcsle SERVlCiAH
Name In assessed
Myrtle Beach Army Air Field S. Unles* such certificate or certifi whlth,," shall Im redeemed accfirdlntf William
OTJI'J (Si' F.... C.flO"
C., has been awarded( the Army To the Sheriff of UHAUFORD to law the property described In I Certt..t No. 172. Year of Is- I .

Air Forces Good Conduct Medal County, of the Slate, of Florida.: such certificate or certificate will 1, 1942 .
L'e R. A. UKAY.Secretary be Mold to the highest bidder at the Dxiicrlptlon of Property Lot SI,
It Known That I.
Headquarters has announced. of State of the mate of court, !house door on the first Mun-, I Ill In Woodlawn fee. SO., Twp. 5 S.1C. .
Tires Canned Tubes
Sgt Brown 25 years of age Florida do her"byIv.* notice that day In month of October. 1944. 22 K.. containIng Acres. moreName Size Vulcanized
which 1 I..* the 2nd day of October, or 1&.".
entered the service at Camp it CJKNKKAL ELECTION 1944. I In which assessed, HermanA.

Blandlng Florida on September will be hold In HKAUFOIIU County Dated this 28th day of Auffuat 'ludirer.
1944. I! Certificate No. 182. Year of I*.
Stat. of Florida, on Tuesday
17 1912 and completed his basic next succeeding the first Monday (OFFICIAI. SISAL)ourt.of' Thomas (uance. July'l 1942. Done

training at Maxwell Field Ala.Before . In November A. U. 1K44 the said Clerk of circuit (' P'redfor'ICounty ; Description of Property WV4 ot Recaoping

Tuesday helnir the Florida. 9l-4t-022] | N"l of NEI4, Set. 11, Twp. S S.

alignment to Myrtle 8KVKNTH: DAY OF NOVEMBEU: I 22 }oJ.. containing 20 .Acre more

Beach, he wan stationed at Key For United Htate Senator from iv ('iiit'i'i'r .'oi'pt'r. liii tIF4)RI) I lesn.
the Stats of Florida for six : : I I Kame In which a.e.ell. Louise
Field Mississippi.' ' FI.OHIIHI p
C. Gardiner.Certlflcat.
from Jan. 8, 194S. <'KIIY.Wlllena: .
Brown is the son of Mrs. Thel-' For EIght: (8) Presidential Elector Savage Jones, Plaintiff, .". No. 329. Year of Issuance In Modern Electric Mold

". William Carl Jones yefendant.Cae July 1, 1942. \
ma Rigdon of 4653 Crescent St., For Representative of the SEC. No. 3202. Description. of Property N4! of

Jacksonville Florida. OSU:: Congressional District of the OKDKH OF PUBLICATION NW' of aW 4. Sec. 2, Twp.- B H.

State of Florida In the Heventy- ANT NOTICE:! TO APPEAIt E., containing Acres moreor \
ninth Congress of the United William Its*. ALL WORK GUARANTEED
>OTIf H Of APPMPATION KOHllorme Name In which ."ened. G. F.Wackerman. o
'r4, U..1.:1J Mtate' Carl Jones, whose. residence I I" un .
For Governor of the State of known. .
11111 jOe inns Florida. Certificate No. 949. Year of Is-

( NOTJ('''; 18 HKHKHY (fllVEN, that For Secretary of State of the You are required' to appear on Nuance, July 1. 1942. Expert Recapper and Vulcanizer
' O. Alderman. October 2nd., 1944. In the above
C. the holder of the State of Florida.For I Inscription of Property 1 A Sq.
. following certificate has' filed said Attorney General. of the State named Court and cause wherein IYln.parallel with Ry right of way
) certificates for a tax deed to tie of Florida. plaintiff aeek divorce. Bradford corner of HVIof NW%

I i Issued thereon. The .....rtltl..RI.numb..r For Comptroller of the State of County Telegraph "shall publish: thisOrder Sec. 12 Twp. 8 S. H. 22 E.. contaInIng -
and yearn of Issuance the Florida. In next four weekly issues.WItness 1 Acre, more or les*. 24 HOUR SERVICE ON RECAPPING

, description of the property and For Treasurer of the State of my hand and official Name In which assessed, H E.
I I the name In which It wall assessedare Florida. seal at Starke, Florida, this AUB-- Moorer.

an follow: For Superintendent. of Public In- list 2.1th. 1941.OFFICiAL All of saM property being& In the

Certificate No. 221. Year of JII-//! fttructlori of the State of Florida. ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas, County of Bradford State of Florida. -
nuance July Int.. 1942. I For Commissioner of Agriculture A* Clerk of said. Court. .
Hcrlptlun of Property: 1 lot I I of the State of Florida. T. Frank I.n nil rum, fcttarke. Florida IJnlen* such certificate or certificate Best Grades of Materials Used

of land In mark 114 ft N A H by For Two (2) Justices of the Hu- Atty. for Mr. sIt4t912iNO1'lVB | | shall ba redeemed according -

210 ft F.I< W Hounded W by Hun- preme Court of the State of Flor- to law the property describedIn
demon Lane A S >hI" Hot St., Mao. Id. OF. APPLICATION roll Much certificate or certificate

28 Twp. a H. It. 22 K. For One (I 1) Ttallrnnil Comml- r\\ DKK.IIMoult : I will be sold to the highest bidderat I

Name In which assessed-: I... .Iun..r l of the Ktata of Florida. Illll ,"0. IH4I3NOTICK the Courthouse door on the first

'Alvarn. For State Senator for 15th H"na- IS: HEItKnY (2!TEN. Monday In the month of October. LOCATED IN REAR OF J. W. ANDREWS

All of Maid property being In the tonal District ot the Stats of Flor tJ.'IO J. Alderman the holder IIJ I 1944, which I I. the 2nd., day of October GARAGE
County of Uradford State of Flor he I certificate ha* 1944.
ida. ida.For 1 Member. of the House of said certificate. for a tax> deer to I Dated this 30th., day of AugustA.

(Unless such certificate or certificates Representative of the State of be issued thereon. The certificate 1'). 1944. Madison Avenue Starke

shall be redeemed. according Florida.' number and years of issuance I I ( A11LJourt'of' Thomas i I Fla.

to law the property described In For County Judge. the description of the property Clerk of PradfordCounty .

ouch certificate.. or certificate will For Sheriff. and the name In which It wa as- Florida. 9-1 4t 9-21
!h. old to the highest bidder ---.-.
at For Clerk of the Circuit Court. --

the court house door on the first For County Assessor of Taxe NUTIC O* CCtCTIOMWHXHEA3. and Party-first 14111 I'hat the louowina amendment at aea em ammo 4ucn mUQICtlC O IT, and on and alto-tu

Monday In month of October. 1944. For Tax Collector. I The Leglllstur of IM3. nmtb )38tBi tball b* a term lion 24 at Article III al the Constitution tW and no oe.. of the term of each of D
which I I. the 2nd rtnv of October For County Superintendent ofPublic under Ui. eo."I..Uon o< taut ot tha Dleltt vear and.Iet 8o.c fromtrie of the SUt ol Florid relatinita n>. CW"I' O.c. and Orange Solicitor of said Counties a,i

ItiHtructlon.For But ol Fionas, did pass 10 Joint fte.oluUoiu fortieth I4ltb l. .Iet ultorm and munlcloa. and ". town districtand of Ill Ont Solicitor and pn
Five 'ounty Commissioner proposma amendment to IbaConiUtutioa and tb. other taxing now Lag b
two Tear *
ot .
i to CHECK RIA For One Member of the County o< tna "" .*.. ol norm, ana to time a term tne General Election frm 1944. cttle and CW oe and .. sam* *5. created by .pcl which was d..tIOC be hereafter said Cuntl.lal all uu

.. Tlonrd of Public Instruction. the urn were agreed to tJ, vat* and said Senator _ba1 be hereby & and shall b submitted o in each al said of 'll Cun Solicitor O

,.." For Justice of the Peace, In and ot tbr- ttna o< au the members alocioo . .tb.reatt nf tour e". eaceot to tbe elector ol tb State Counties retain and control lbs .Id CunCI. shall Wtl.

1 IN 7DAYSM'a4e for the following Justice Districts, u> eacn house; taal me vote on Mid in .o t.r S In office. of Florida at the Oenerai Election at power ii' .ba1 their respective budret tb S't""oro.ID.I>
Joint ftellOl""oDa were entorea upon O But be held 1844 I
via: No. I. Piled Secralar* 0 Representative 1 L for the purpose ol measuring .
For Constable In and for the uteu respective Journal, witb tha >." luo) l orne for approval or nlectO. w t posing the to be Imposed upon Section 1. On and
and nay Ibereon. ana they did dUr- It lJ Say. that Section UI plration arm a
following Justice Districts yli: property Counties subject toad Of tbe terms
666Liquid none and duact "flat the sate Joint Constitution the State at Florid II' ol uu
to the or tbe
\ No. 1, No.5. KtaoLUTlON proposing 0 like taxes within Criminal
In Testimony Whereof. I have at HwuluUon Iba bUtte oa.l submitted Uu O.uiai to tb.*...,electors uoa uiMovember .JINI dU.VI ol Article \ ot Uk* b* .eDde .t read .tol- each municipality, Iowa.district Uade and Orange Cur of l
Lowe .
for Malarial, Symptoms hereunto .et my hand and affixed, !>**. A."O lbs abate ot r'loruutttaiatiug or other special taxing area, they eacb are servinu I.
the Great Heal of the !State: of R. QRAY.Societary bo Uuuricbk ana . Section 14. The Legislature shall and the Oountv Tax Assessor in eacnot elected on January i o bi
_._._u________ NOW. XHuUCrORB. A. .t.. mtabllan a uniform system ol county .
Florida. at Tallahassee, the Capital. o< but* at uia Suii at liana*. uoes ei tn* f..c*. and municipal WhIch shall said Counties shall in determining o lbs Clel ol Crimam
this the twenty-fifth day of August. _. OA AtUb kJliUU>- government each assessmsnt add toe amount levied both
noiica ttuit a VAX AUJ Countisi
uu avreoy give tA < >w
Asbestosand OJk O .lit. A>im b* .pplcble except in cue where I and by sucb millage to the Clerk tb. Civil L
A. D. 1944. OlNbRAk. ELECTION uttAWtb. U* AAAA 3AAAi law are- provided or _imposed 0 Cou ot i
(HEAL) wUi ba b..... ta acn county in Florida 4 List UA* AU11WWAA1 AUAAWUUAUttUb bW DUOtlUlt lo hereafter be b the Lea- amount Ipr-* the retDeouve aa Cu ol ID
TI. A. GRAY WA bU l WUtASttbUuuu I". prVide Counties Orange. b
Roofs oa lueMiay nx succvvuiug lIke unit 4t Wt AtblC. ills inconsistent &ad. .ba1 aOllnO u
Built-up Secretary of State. fllonaey la Nov' ink>ar. A. u. I..,.., lee ot .OMbMi ot riuciua (HI moo "el..ur Suction 6 Anal wu ann Liter mia- dude Clerks c-

To HON. A. O. ANDUEU, Sheriff Mua xueeuay saw UtaMV.NIH 4IAU1*W. M..... 55J.zM .SOC toe \lerewltl office tu.... uec.moo1.., !"' *. Los CouutyA Coors o Record in tote Do
ROOFS REPAIREDALL BUADFOHD County Uwr NOVEMBCR MitlSJ i& BAlAlt *.. .UWUlAbMtU ... W... rUe U Seec 0 e." Couevbur u tue Ootiutive oluuu and tb dUl. of ins Clet c

lor to* ruicuua or rejeuuua tit tha uiea eivcbor* Ab IIA.W aeAiMai .... JQ lit gun U..QI. otute oi &wa. Clyl Cus Crie in Out c

WORKGUARANTEED iv rmrriT roriiT. IIII.I KOIII> MUd wouit .MMituuan prupuMuin Ameuuamow UA tM4 LOt laUtAUuiwu wt fujecuou. A rtESOLUTlON Proposing SUMIA viAUti 1.". uiii .u..O. takm ore
...... .. aiiiAU tn Soc ,* JOIN mod ba> become a ot tOe
C'OI'ITY.' FMIHIIIAl CII4NClifford to Lbs caunutuuou ot UMut -*4 cUoiA LOUIS Six and Section Out .*a .. .oLeaM. dutm o
0 U .... AU < .. .. tot thiS i sieiniitiyuat respective Clerks ot the
('..:IIV. >rWA" vu in00& jaws rftmuiMi .Lue. -of Article XVIII ol Lbs Constitution .. .Q iu.iK >.. In Circuit
nedden" Wilson 1'1"Inti tf. ..U.....I 01.UTIU1't VO9U5Ut. OlAty. SoC tU.l* S11IAU 'II ..."W: tee ot Florida Relating &I 0 llta *>uu uwitti4uenb ,** t.a-. Section Dad and Orange Comma,

by vs. Justine Hykcs Wilson, Jcfendant. woe *.iM4&tWSut ... o..wua. 10 1M AI' JUttC OA I .*.au l tUt satin tut. ... Term 8tt Office 01 Jerlo Appint c .vt totS. uow rtHjuueu to oe ootwkbaa duties under U. .foe th. auunipuni g
a.s. ouintii.UbMsi eM __ $ tioiu IU" \ Elected Fill ut .InC Cwrul late CircuitWUUibl ot
.. CaHH No 3304. 5 or to Article pr'1
U..UIs I le.SI. ball
= 50"1 "" not .
fcuntiuit Juiiuce ae WlUlAAA IU Ul AUtlU COUUblM
Crosby & SolanoFREE OHDRH OF 1'UHI.ICATIONANI ( .. Office Under S .tltUtO to increased .
) NOTICE TO API'BAH8TATK I. nJitht..o.v5SX l'1iJI. A.M.ULb.4wian ..*>AA a. OUb til* A*.1.- AA t- All. aA.u .c.uu. all. CuutAbji lanes ana officer compensation ov
.1' J .
.. whom
( .
Justine __ ,. .. lure ,. oy etMibMA Akb .I .I IkltUk W "
ESTIMATES (It. FI.OIUDA to: t a.n OSA UN .".,........ ouuiiaitritMi ut tiSUCtA ) l tuwu. oisuict shall b* imposed snail ,
Pyke Wilson whose residence I I" ao.b toe euUUWw. aUt.Aeinu1&b itb 0.... buiAS uuanga ba* tUMTVMAbtft WIUlOiiMUvd. Lest 1,115 luuowuiH mimiminem bo IMK.UO1A oy any. tnuuicipiuib governed oy ins cnl.

Ut. Z, Box 08 Starke Flu. Unknown.You _... t Wi ..tMin ..... US IMe ..,................. .bru.b UWW SSUIiIhiSU Ot hiSS ui ..,uui- b Soil OtjUtlulA t u ATblCie JLVAUul oi wiuiiu..e eiAuu buJtiuuwuict ui saia Coutitie upon. State .It now u a
are required to appear on oe I."g4th4 LinabeoC 1M ba55IaiM H _.. ana uuw uoi One vxuiAebibubAua Use abate ulcioriua property alter, relate I. o m
Jjiaaiub mat .
e ptovia hILl; at
October In the above named Ian any uou o u*. mon ILlS A* twroO4tr eon AMguuiAlui .
----------.0- Bth 1944 iou M1U Hi IMMVWJ -VVU bu -tttin > 511511 oui- repetl. salaries or prMcntioi,
Court and cause, wherein plaintiff W. 1MM1VMU M4 fcU. .AtfUbWt* Wl Ul. atbot .W.I.I..Q u QW.UI.a. ..ttU .SItU Ul* AUUA Dc *Ub* acn .. " coinpeosation
.. ... any C..wl. Akubbwt bu. QUMUliau eivcbot ul Led aol .. bnAta, ticeustie I
l"radford uis
p seeks divorce. Count aukiv u* I u/iio lot i kiii> tuju ut I.- wiy ouuuly collectors taut
oucu proVII.C
........ uiibveu L tieS peupm a SUIts ot .. tot tnutiCMbioa cue w.. a IK YOU Telegraph shall publish thin OrderIn c5LULt 56 los MaSS a.teihIaM.w oy retwiuiuiAin ab UA* uext ..0 ut tblUUILtuA acu teiuit to Inc vtamg- b* .w. tOe ntrtin
KNOW ABOUTROACHES next four weakly IHHUHM.Wltnen Us "1504 Me 4Th 05 000WC4nuolOM ole*C aiucbiun. J Mb COil _." *\UlfluutiubioAi al ol anon taxingaubhoriby additional tats etc u
my hand anti official seal .. ..... -........... .oae .,.... ... guuerai uttic out, tnitb A* bo say. oecbmut I eaten proiiat WAe.. couutio allowed suca um

? at SturkB, Florida, thla Bepttunbir6th Sate IW a ..ouios Soii ........ .... ii.oIooo. .1 UA o..w 0 ."f ol juuci JkvUU WA ui. cuu I ut men coiiecbttu.r.puc.. oia ae expenses ol.1.L. u

., IOU *........ ...- Li "- aJo ......1... .JUU lU J _ ___ eubuuoa the otab ot tr'tutiusw "I... euctt tiA*.. oacn l"aJtooueicot may b* approved 010. B
_.. . .. ....... ... I ALUUAUUU r. QiLuWs.'owcwuM may oa provided : ConomiMlou
. I
When you fight roachea you (OFFICiAL 815AL> A. J. Thomas, .- Lain U .th1ge.o.5eU4iuLka. 10! .. snaIl cou. tV *labuieut *- 0 suca Counties I
try to net rid of thorn all, riot A* Clerk of cud Court. taut StiOM ......... rat.. .... .._ A ,0l MlUJUT* V IropOU. .. 0 Sue b... ot QUI' '0 aua aiutli tol.isa eUe owe .up..or .uuuni
JJUMt kill the few hilt you can Joe Hill WIllluniH, ti a. k e Hutl..r. 0s Ua...%.. tas un .... ...... Am. L 1... naurn J" ala. Mb'blOlAAbtlil bU ttlA VlbU AU *"JOt 1&w wuicn" .1'' .t.OUIO.Q oy tne uiuu'
8-2! __.. .. ........ sbitutiuu ol O..U. oy ..el toe kJMICbAV .OAllCta CVO1ebtbUklOIA > .t..e. ..
hit with splay or dust or that Florida Atty. tor fit. 8-8 4t sa U4 toe Os.e.tM# in tittllAblU4 bO thiS .. aurtiug taxti nesesscaduring N..WIC..ILI auy geiwiu
walk Into. by a"rld"nt. I ...5S..StO.. &MuwsaJ. ............. ...... ow ... AUOltlUUlAi .. .JUQH ului&itiM4 alAMU *&....1 OAAly bO ILLS 1US1MAbttt au vaioteut oue ctbeuoat ,.u upon lw. .r.ll.ji uuu.
powder iv riuri'ir cot'HT. JIlt "UFonn ... a..I ................. 5540tn4 U) ......." .cbiuu 01 Stain Attoruey Mauwtu SilO countyoiicibui .ueeue9 limb AAOUUAiy Ul auy ol real propurty.. said uuuu snail e.I..W/i
CII\IM- ... .._.. .... .. ourb* .100L14ai, neat atbwt ui. *.... sacn pajrcei latur m.
('IOU 'I'Y, J1'LOItI"Ui : s505.' o094 en .N 05thMts . tti* juoHw ana ooucitur . ol uersouai propetty, ana auuub 11. t..oo. "
Sloan lot
K-3-D ... . ,.. .t.s.O4aItOM 01 .UU CICUY. .. $ .Mcs.k.c. SM ........ ot ttouota ol *a04UUOUA .. ceiulicMte* D* IMIUVU tu oovvtau ."ru. iiumw aua
._.. .... ..... 01 tu* "ou. *. AU MA*_ ul election tious tnis
. .
Peter Wemllne-er Plaintiff v* 05 %tu. hlllll. bWl. .", C-IOVIUAU lot Itll. eaca parcel ot rea.piopvirty 0 AL".ea
....... vXlUlllH, O .bo IAU ... UAAibe .. .... lazes .p .Heot by .. <
ROACH KILLER France llurnar Wemllnirer. Iafenditnt. WAI lOS UWU A. WAUWA" ....... Alb m sOoth ulilcw .o cuittuuiu year eon tel..a law .
Case No. 32U*. ........... .. 005 LAAAA* ...... f.rui >*.... Llc. .frit-sb. < tn. *niui w. tot .111111 .... ut bueuuttjtpituu o* oy.eacii cuuectot. tute may by taw C""O me eu
eLton .
IS IIFFEIt'ENT: OHDUR.: IF PUUL.1CATION eweuc w ........ .I. .a.y.r penna
AND NOTiCE TO Al-TBAU ......... AtlA tWWtMA.lWAI* IUU IL tOo ... D ui*. Qt.o1&iuiattuu . ui .. AAOUUMA Couuty AK-ea. uuu oetulii.a.besnot and eouduct ,, den dOlLeCt.et3 .
Roache eat It because, they STATE OF FLOniDA to: Mr.. IAA UttU Ut UA. ....... Afcl-....... -csa- oy' Ui* etuiftb uo.'U.g ui Jaubmry' LOud lUbtu Such *........... to aoiu Ceo wuicu oy. 101oioaur *- nertoy. ana BUI Moiw

like It. They. dry uu and die. France Uurner I 4S4Yoodwari1 _u_- OM SiaM 00SS0a.e... ASS. ........... ttK TUB JLfiOIaLA1UKK tOwn ...c DectO1ax, U ota" s.c. I.'OUVUIIUU tuto>W.bltio. uiuoe ) lyvuetn* wncr may etmb I MCI
Hate to use. NoM-pulnonutm;; to mdicewucicl\ 1 ......... UK; 11 KKiSUJLVEU J. *J. uraiii!* counties, uia
\ Avenue, (27), 0505 Ui '''_ 0.4 505 005s. .. .... OlAilb O, cLUtttUA.A so cuuvvcbca oy bn* rvauecbiv* a&11 I"
man and pet. Queens County, LontC leland New ............. 005, 0.5 ........0Mu0U U, lee OA' tan inS lOAWblbUblOU ultn A JOLN'l butuitON uouubiea anti ui* pruyetby all tut ills .". and el .I
................ Out ATUUia proposing u. withiu ol win
sod Os.0 tic ouch .e&
York. 55eU5&VS 00.a. fills o"u"ut oi i.
o AlllUUU
15c and 25c blots ol flurluift oyaadluit OttCtlUU A. AAblUl* autiou *. ...
pkgs. You. are required. to appear onOetl1b..r .. UbtUi 0...... t.UUAtIJ.. Jin0.hat Sot.s.0.le00Wa .... MOA MUUILIOIIAI sUction OULISIIOUIiUU ol iLls State I. U Ul* MkUthoiity. *iue* auuit u. 410105IWO ana ouctiou .ul .
at 2nd 1944 in the above '-.. aec ..... 94055e0cs5t.0 .u. $5 eactiou *< ut said AJ- AabAU4 couiibjr COUUIUSAUUUW Wi yeuauie* uua uiterub &05queuciwb auiu.* I BVOblUU 0 d. *J Situ <> 01 an*;
to DSJ 01 AfUUe Vlu.
wherein itin0.ALbSoin 55 ...- .... "W' i..* U'bAoa
named Court and cautie scoUtS a eioctlou dial imvoeaa provided oy
to toe .
rviautig Al Aruci.
4141 ttld AVJLU ub ol uu ui
plaintiff seeks divorce. Itradford 4U41UUAA. tM MIA. ph0950I5., WUbife AttM.MMkA ot Ctuuuiat Courbsol OX luib .'JlaUAAUtbA tor County utaws saCA authuiIty i U
Sistrunk Feed and tiudgtt . ..1
Cl tu tr
Alburuvy AAAA aAAAlb ( 'UtO otat 01 iiiai I
County Telegraph shall publish thin VVA......- .JkUDfttM*** AUCtl ...WpM yM fcMuord .. county boiivibot teacupt A nab avcbiuu .CAAJ1UUA". wuw It nun a> tux .... way leuuua 0 lull lure ana i.tun
Order In next four weekly 'lusues. itbAjr fcie vJtttiuyhvu. till AWW. Lot AUIAWflMA Juun.I son ot tti* i, ul A..c. v. 0 purchase. properly sola lot uuta* oulorecioura . "
Seed Co. : : _. ..._ ..... ..... . tn 1..or lee uuaUbtAbiou ul &.IIC obabe .ee..on ol Ssaa AIUC.O I
Witness my hand and official ubs.ac3. .0.11......... Joutt Uuuwra ol .auo. County sun au moneys aetiv airoui uuitir ol ILls
seal at Ntarka: Florida. this August ISOeMhUS in U0.aiCOitthLC. pi0941555 and u>.sum* i* nersoy agreed to auasuatl ... r..1 .cuuuby cuuumwiuUBrs' suca suiea, and flute peuiutic ot thiS p..u.Btuui ut fluriaa ...
HT.VKKE u ttauotliko
FLORIDA. 2Hth. 1944.OFFICIAL ....... &.J. IMM ........._ .sa A, o* uomitted bo .ins eiecbur ui said.HA MAAUa .e.lJ'' Kuieuaeu. and interest suau oe collected auadisbrlbubvu uuusoiidateu oJ uisuuii ,
{ SBAL.) A. J. Thomal 1q50.. ati ol ."naa LOX ratuicatioo or Muiununu u Avgreed bo moa sxuui pro. rata 1 tn. r.uecbiv* -
I\H" by MelMiall Products ( lee o* suouubuiu to reuiaui ui Lull lurte AUA
AN Clerk of sold Court.Walter t i iiiuute
Orlando, lift.; C. lIard..tY-Paytona. n"B"h. ,.oaI ..... ii.- I >e ou D. ur.luiuduy alutt to* uuu 0 itvptmnuiKUvv.iioriua. at tile ueuBrai ae. ago d..le, ui otuer taxmg duurivt bu suuu wilibcs. 0041 .

Florida Atty. for Pit. 9H.U22| IU'..11 A"a ta noventuw i*!*. a* toioacuon ..-.-. _.. ....._-. --1-o* "'.. U uuuoiuiug bo thiS proportiou _ot Ubxe UA bUXUblUl.J*. I.M i ..
v v MA
JOIN' ota.oti..uazo cajwbiuQ. lev lea oy upouucu uiyi
.rUpoIIIQIo .e. .c
iv (illCVll'l' ('ivlt'l'. IIHADFOIHIC IUA AAlAtfAAUAAItttlb MJ A.l....... I, DU0.U0.M 5, I" 47. atat* Attorneys Judge sutut auction read t>. ..... Atbiui 40110551'bSct.lULl l *>metAiiu.! '0 01 property involved Vto".WIU" iw. ., .

'nlr'IVTY. n.UHIIIAl IV CIIAN- IAA .bAl* VU-"T'--V1' WA toe ...... WA1UAAU ol tn. criminal Court oi aora and Section 3. Municipalities U sacs 0 .Q Couubma.uui an.uuo.AL,
Every SliceEnrichedi ('lltV. *. AMI4..U>. tU WUtUIA SoS. **. Comity Solicitor texcept U Comity 4 iue. snaIl o* One suit counties uiuy oy ..."el' BIKCUOUto coustitubiuu nuu ue _

John Udward Clute Jr., Plaintiff.v .................... UI AAU........ ........... and bollcitur U Lbs Court; rtscordol live OI..r lu aca 01 tne oe tivia prior to t> c..uioet 41, Ain. 00Mosg oy luie Aruus
Carolyn Clute IJafendant. .... ...... ..04WS cauibiu .... aerealterbe ( couiuiiuiuuer dutriuu .
Conalanca as SI OoSoSain the0500.5 WIHJ .1 ".. retaIn riut snimas *>ua cuuacbtaJttt .. Ac. UAA.V* at.4r1; a
Cane No. H2H7.OUDKU IAUIAMAAA thLeUt..0000V ........... .. a elected oy electors Ue. ...C& _.U'y.wc" aibricb wau *. wuou ..QO"O. ul .thiS Aiuui*. 404,5 LOt. .
Hard Working ) OF PUIILICATION ......... ........... A...-. >.... ..*.......t.. ol tnuit respective Judicial cacw.orcounties .oer us w ou* to live .,..... .ud aLly oiutiiuipai guvviuuieut w.bUiAi this ..

AND NOT1CR TO APPEAR 000.011 Ifc* ..t fnriirtV.'l rni A...or.". IUAUAuitUUM .other suit aua County Olliciai ui.proportion unuriy a popuuTtioa.: 5405j cuuntiua Uuue mod wruug WI. A JOIN'l '

School Boys 8c ' 8TATW OF FLORIDA to: 1111's. e'cs.0.Mats ": ..... O UAAevAWbWAAIM ......- are ..c'.C ot County to comiuiisiouMrui Ina aid t not i.a* wan lutevn itdi .)suotice L.0150tonvihl K.v..11 W
ol State J..rL ..." ..
sa In* & ins
Constance Carolyn Clots I 29 Homestead MABUAUb. .. ',.. countIes oy 9UDiit.5ttULl. can m SPOUIUAmcuoii 50400.000 Ul Ul* Obtlt UA tut**
Htanlslaw Urah.iBkl .... AA a..saoa.. ... AVAAAUIb UUII UUlO. *, Judges ol Criminal (; .uaii mow bo .. uarbicipabou by ins
Gina Need The Avenue, c-o og. .tuu tix u.n. e 1 O.* bO A.C* Uitut Ul
I. (Father), Staten Island t, _....1_ U" A&in OSLiL .d&, .,,"'.......... KuLurd.and County Uuiicitor aaid OOWI. !* 01 such ? -; t4uaiiti.d trounoiuitrs ol ...C& tuuutuipttiity Aa-t uu buy wwuccl.i* ..v"

Extra Energy New York. bA* ........00.5 ............... ... ...... .. Judge .QI uuucitot ol inC court .IC" *. ufe quuiilleu ... 001$. wuo "W nuburnuu oy 4"11 AUttKbU auuiuuuu .... .he.VIOCIOS
You are required to appear on .UW1A 4 WA .AbAM. 4 WA .WAV ................... ot Reo.1 Q E".mull County| snail or*.o.Oi said..1 oy ia. a, majority wheuier buctlou I and ."00.111..,

Tb. Lovetf October 2nd J 1944 In tha above .... see OMAM WA .AU1AU. Clu..,..%. bO tWUeOAWWwUU ) 0* Election in 11"1 pmc. 01 voting county tor as uia county ..ot" nereoi o*. or nob o*, iitt.bive wituinsuun ,.0011.. .ul. Ills'
.... ..... 55000. to tate ol ) Lust iuasusy .
00000500 "t
munibipaiiiy. trvenuiuctsvobiug A
named Court and cause, wherein .., ........ uiiniaOae.th5uin -. tn. Iirst Monday tu January. l tii.. and auail nold otnc lot toui duc& ax SO55504 auauUt . .C
Enriched Bread plaintiff .....kit divorce Bradford Soil & -. ""V0.Oo4US s. year way uy ", .. *iect to 1.0001) lulObttbV. lii f.Mml
ins .
01 lour County '
0.5 lor a term y.aZs.'Tb. Cow.
tiUlII"MultiI lcd. Ulu.a.c.oe. SULU. uudetuiu .
Dave municipality come
Telegraph shall publish this aim. aiected Lag 5
WUUub dtilUUI
irom >
term tvuur ... ollic 01 a..OD. the seen "
tuCk u anyone
GiVM. WOU-iy Mel Ue,. A4JTbl...U Au. Jet Lions, or oy a uae tuajoriby olmo bWUUAlby
Ordor In next four weekly" Issue disuicu ui 1ICW flM iUAOB A.OVIUU buO O **
..... ... uerealtet *naii. UJ
bb.U . neretolore rv ,
ivvy M4JW' etUls C. o .Plololc lo .* votui uebuiuuu ui.b ellen
Witness hand and official >* WU.i years, uioaa 14444950is.
my .WL aiected in .
oi bu numu ".u. ",.1. .
Soc UWAA to any
seal at Starke, Florida, this August t-AJUiiUU kM IsU* .010950.t Ouc. .0 odd dinbricbr su7u laos com uudex saul aectiou It uyuch .. .joeS 5"SotA9Sliioto
shall not o hereby. ; .UW..8 "I
4\ Any
UUt .
| | M4* 444 a.meaohL. U. eec this .. roT lour .n. vobe bue majority vutra ouuuuuur .
2xth, 1944.OI"FICIA 00.S ... sUWVUjT -....U M> HJUCt ... .. vacancy in aucb oil ice* prior and unereal 1115 I Cult. J 1. ..1ally . .u..
& ot .
terms "'
U snail .
I, KKAT.> A, J. Thomas tom .eet.o. L
( ..........".. 10. .tOe tUWrMJltl Ui to said : after lbs lirstMonday lout Ysais" Pro. Laos mud .. .a.
As C'lerk: of aUI ('ourt.'Vall..r sV.UX.Ue. In '. ahull o* lined Video W.. mumcibiuiity .. uoid Laiba td L.a.. alAli
ocr &aosmt.un 1 VIII .
W .J..u $1. 005 o.... <" o. .tll sues Sinciluhi prior Jl,
C. HardoHty MIU AaettbAUii. .tw lIe ....... wu .Los tusb by ......L..A. u..C and ''I (n..uuo. ,D' o. IIH LoGo. ... ibuer 1 Ue".to.event, AtlUk IOu |OUU.".eLM0oI.ll
.eo thUs VAi OU0.1114ttO0044I
& 01
Atty. for Tit. till| 4t9122S0'l'l'l'l | AlAIMIUIbjr saint .late Lust by Lbs as heretofore l.ctl &e.eO. . .
MUAttMJ 1 4 neruol *u*il be *
Iou .. in i iUleAli
provided the Constitution oUlo A reiMMVe
MWVWAAU.00&. iriS. IWJ tWIAUW" *. by but May 1. euC o Su t upou ucn muu.cipuiity. In th* event .tl. .
OFPIM.ICtTIOV FOR "O5t.140L ... Los In no lo any until anti CUUVCUU1A Ul .
-s.e..ei.uxe c. 10Io "' .
5b&I siLl eieci nut to
TVX ItKKIIHonor ou.w .....( Ul tVKUUU ....... As Ill lint 1'ussday . .. Mon "muluclp.. 1 and i ovreol. seen bu* County wt .xuu.uoi>'U iictortuu.
iiiiii>. ivnaNOT1CH : aMos, Ui....* bAA..b UlAU west in January IVW.'Any A JOIN B.1ULUiION Propog lection e"u.nuii not utlct Sections tiy uudui 01151544s501LU5

Save 30 IS HI- IH'IIV: rilVKN Ml JFVIAA* Ulk4ttAVl..l. ....... VOiy provision 01 the CDemUIIOI ". 50 ICa a o. <. 8. and U 01 tuis tU O* UMUMll ....
% that \'''. II. "Smith' ,, Jr., the holder bAA* IT..A>._lltlb..ibAIMA All .biM Sees a&.puieuu.. In conflict bur*With A.eb. re .. ca VIOrIdC 1\'U'UD Inc : to lbs aosessmaut .AUCI" e.e"p. 0500041 u.>. soIl bUuiewu .I
Ar. "
16-oz 8c of the following certificate has some btfWVAUW tWA &.... I-uA. .. *hAIU pale.. &'. XJt O aQ O & U .. ..lie iUA ...
f . t muuicipuiity wnicn
|I",* t ) OHU1iAbwkiA contolidaoon H. "" -
fllt-d. said certificate, for a tax A44iaict ucit ijubrici tn OtlO Becretary oi State Ins b. : "Ic' provided "l. UM otais IIIIC0I,011041 "%
to oa 1*. 1940.A ,Ultlc*. in Irt now oy law; .' 51'.
deed to be Issued thereon. The .5 iMAUrii *....... ut uupuiabiuu a* May lbs ounu_ oc | provided nowcvet. tAct at o rejebbiuu
vracuuawm. and generalcity
certificate number and year of OUt AU> OuuiAbtr aUiAU. O . RKUoZuTlON ['ur"lo a tat* ot Florida. end town election .tbeieuttetupon 000401041 to u..u .. uie ufefuuy '
Issuance the ....... U Biud Counties t"d. o I.'Q stint tn. & MUUMI
description of the t Mva Alt Alg ilfelft CUtout. JOIN 111"1 Ll lot petition & at ( .
On Sale Here AtLovett's property. and the name. In whichIt Soc *m.ii UIAUTII.I ftiuuj ti...a blUAAUiCUC.0... _... to election 1 O."OD Q ad. CuI. days prior to .,8 election. &t'I, pet .. i.n. Sm loiiuvta. .
.C' d
was assessed are a* follows: 51001 tUVtU.U ...a. ...*.*...* ana. Oeuuuue laratlon ol Right in cousutuuonol &0'.c JI"'Q 1 Ol"c.. cent ills Iraeboider entitled 5500041 AA. A. i-ruui aaa J
Certificate No. 15. Tear of I". "" ........... ITiwrida, HAMUJ conutuba -. ins btat ol Florida Keiating to . U.e' '0(. "and M... vote 0 election, the question 1 urjp A. .L4su, ins Cuuu.IAI. ,AJUA

uance, August 4, 1S4I.DeBcrlptlon lea AAtuty-uiubu. (Uvuu UouDI Jeopardy. Oall-lncrimuiatlon whIms M\clp. RChSreDdun whether not such ttie cuuuby ct CUM UCut "
bintt'i ban.alert5 Uu Process ol Law and tn* Tuxmg tne IWc o municipality .... snail I Iuil
of Property! A IINWl HUi.. Cvuoty, ftut ( 01 lee by Section 1 ana J .. sasois ."'
of 8I-1M N of SA.U Hy. AS I..... uu. uwiwutub .uia furutbti tuc.o, ot frlvat property without Just Com- Uo. ko.CUlr c UUlo 0 D 0..4 on LOS ballot ana .a .... CUUL.-V' ocMum, .
of n. S. &: F. ny. A H of I' Aibwriat. uisuricb. and CM.AAUIAIA Sod Knsation. by ProvIding lee Uigbt ol L114X1r05y and vot p.a.< sues municipality A>.tax. bu AI* lveuuy ill .

.. Hec. 4 Twp. 7 H. R. 21 K,, uua bUb Ul""'*...'..uivy-lll-.._/ ifturiu 4111, *u..u ....&Ia.I. or Abridged work on Acuo.Shall Not ol B*Membership Denied. Civil log ins u.Clerk. .Dd Duruse tile CUI"CDL..4 snail.1 la."e..bOWd.oe Doting By Mia becuons. buena tae, ecuuui otat, .&. ... !

-- ._ "-- UU.LT1OL._ ___ A\lli__>. ._A. _er>_, ._...__ CMUMbAHIUbl..- ot Non-alemberBbip In any l abot lector Ins. CAste n__ .o_0_._. _.__ - - ..sflta f..'. .
.H. AUAak Ui* vircuil oectionAH* county rax __
Uoln. Court.U .
....."...uia aait aMO o LOr Organixauou; and -t 4hsimpatcLe .
... .... apporuua ui* tn* Uignt KmSloyee IT and th. County .Collector ui l>ua* .. .aol "
union "
ta UA b...... 4>t AveprwMitibikUVtt Pr.llol 0 RESOLVED BY : and Orange Counties Session UA !
*, sac atuui 1 tjouecuvsl3 UI Bnatl LIUM.414 S r LL. .impose uocharge tnsreaiber. enact ...H"
Prompt Service Careful Drivers auow ,turoe |J| rATS oy way ol Las or Obnvrwio _
-itfiiMiiibaUV.. (o saGe ot tee &I,. P.evd I'b ot Lbs puwera. ...""."" '
u.'u..o uie upon .
town, dia.trict *"
BB BY otab es
Limo I
pUUUlWtUt ouwu._ LEOI8LATOBS ptuuMuon ol county **
and tWO 11) T o 1.1 .d ** *. or
me la area
tttiurenetitOiUv to ace ot Ui.j neil Of TEa bTAlB &; .m"de oy adding Artici XX nroy' said Counties. .1"1 .IW iguubea in ......1.0 A JiAA. .-
eiiit4).u mot. PUPUJUU. oouafctos Tbat the *iuendment .d I.- 'b.U .vlce & uuu *. |ini..
eLla tolowll & malting asawwmani .1 ..
.e.ul 1o
oua til Hepiewuiuiuv (o CA of tti* State ol nortda. o* to.Aree .4 ad valorem clecln Los tn. ex.en.iuu on w
Starke Taxi Service nuiaituiiH it ot lbs LMOlarauon ol the State & elector* or acreage c.o otherdutle 1
oouuueo ot SAC iiaM 8.U Hignu ol Honda 0 at u>.
at imposed r .W.
.... tuua ot ...CQ tiiwruouiasiii.. Constitution o* and Lbs same rejection at tb. next 'o adoption. C under. Xne or 1 b* imposed nere- tuxe A VISU UJ U>ewounty o"'
SnOWS ui* Legislature tail appor U Hereby agreed to. and tn. *am. snaIl to oe baLd in iCe year. \un. Florida ""t.W'* et tne Slatsof dcuout baa aeapecuu .1
lion to* in Da submitted tu. elector 11" may. tw Pr.ld. los pay A 5'ithOL94Litheb.
rpre..o. tee e s .
QuUle .
menu lbs 4.
and & iiutua ot ftpruentu. ol lbs '* 01 ratification TlC x to '* county or .. 0.

. Phone 150 at recuiax ._10 at the Ijagtmtatute ., f rejection al the ..0.nu1 Section, u. i. fb O and mldugnt one Counties per cent in an ot amount not mad to exceed. ewcuon AA A f 8a .na
S eon "
at tbat .. "
of cUeto.
am hiS tune beraln dee U"Dera Eletloo 1 f.1 lux Assessor 1. in. County paid by tb. or, *. Tn. .W.
ignaled. ol taxing .1
11 shall ol tne
ba t
LailuMatura uia duty ot u>* ot the 1 0 D.CID Rllit and Otang.. ...0 Uad authority, t cover ail & ui lbs ol oiu.uu
or LeKislaturea t. ot ., c.t D.C. /
D ad
suocevcUn norms, cuiiKb
I snuil lion and mao
o .
Day Night sheer ULQ rexulu ta upeciai Session ol tu* LeKis'attua, Florida, D...d e.1 read .a e&property oecuui* .Q oe th* .d of respecuv. asamnt Couutiea. le.r8 t. tc* county oy bn*

apportion u>. o Hettuiar 1 toUow.ltO 13. Wo person shall b* sub 'u,.. and tbsy A their LOad r"CI.. Section .. That on and after the Sp.Cta&.Lea CuiutiacAooi: ..00055WinItaiIties. Aioaru AII:

denat* and u> l. !U. twproseuwtivak Je. s I. twice put la leopard 10 c. J. a.D..* ol & xpuation ol t. term ot lbs County .
--- ___.___. ___ 0 *am* compelled lu ."t.. Tax Collector Counties . p
--p-p-- __p1 ---- ..D..I p."Oe rn. ofe. Do ay ..IWc 0"1. and _h. C ol L.t' A .i _..riUACiira 8" -
--- criminal -? - ----- '
preeuqi.Ll5 c s a wltneas b* wrung ol Florida,
5141 (.1 vnlcn....snail,oa&blml. I. b ol Wa 0.1'l, r..or personal property uo ip earn CoBector* nave been elect I isiatlv* eeusiuu ol "*.1...
tun tnereulbar
o eu .. any .ppuruooment rty. C property WlloUI due proom* including oy way ot a single valuation ol the date ol January 1st. 1844. s 101L0eeouLnPeilsstion &
Keprsseatative ol ; nor shall ... ala easesamenta upon the duties imposed wa to. powers,
FOR SAFETY 0 lu tha ttenata and pr. property property upon lbs County .1
COMFORT AND ECONOMY RIDE I tn* tious of tteareaeObaUTa*. biUJ taken WIU. Just cp.CIOD. Tne municipality, town, district, o other each Tax Collector ol the Counties ol Lad 0 County I O ,

control L m.cU such spportioa- right p to D. .PO taxing Wllc" la Dad and and tni Artuue, Q"\e.plr"P 1'
ot t denied or on account of mem. [ ad shall ou'eJ:1.* over c. a"
Kuiiaiur* t.c by
FLORIDA .r"t.u11 assessment tile tbe .
MOTOR .ar.m
LINE BUSSESFOR reapportion .repreleat- b..blp or oon-membersblp in any and be subject to the Circuit '1
r. Court and OiaOur.ewrAil a.
LKuilatut labor by
I.Dr or organization eull"o. the
u o, unio : County and
tbi amendment oor It rqUire C. ibis claus shall not b* ol 01 eacn County Board Counties wbo snail Oal. 07 lbs W.., I.("..

COURTEOUS CORRECT INFORMATION menc land sucti exu-aoidmsrr construed deny o abridge the nicnt .in Men County shall consist of tb.I.C Oa tb. boons, Ceo, .. re L ol -

PLEASE PHONE so clld (01 reapporvlonmstii snail not 10 ol employee by through a 1.01 CWt Commissioners, and so. the Collector for each ac .cuot, coppLiabS' r
147 to organization or labor union appointed who tbrnter Ta. votes esit
D Imn.c expire at Ui* end of to l" ball be Known and .
,* or at until collectively' slut their employer.,. municipality or w'b each termed .both th. of the Cir proposed aaunt". I
portioatnsut u effected a, r... "le in OUI Secretary >ClaW having a population ol Gui' ," and "Cel dciarsuons nd
cider C" o 3.00O at Lbs more than "a CU.otro *
eusinee* .1. subjected to the (
UNION BUS roappurtion D ")." oe &A suco .l ol JCquallution ce"1 otherwise: said Bc I r.pcu. (. .ld provided by law torI ,
Should lets creed oy Ill Section lbs blat. of Florida. ..11.Cl
general 8.
ee law and .
aedm.DI ranfled A Irom .
L&I). General Klaction lo lM4.! JOINT RESOLUTION PpID. *n 1 time In lorc time piration o< O a tb ex g.s'r13.1QNlose.
Amendment to County
to Section tbe
CONWAY, Agent .Ieu lau ba cle wltnin DIIU, III ol the Constitution of lbs AClo. 8u.CIO o.prclla. ** Solicitors of Dade and Orang Oountie slId. D. (
&era.for 1. aator ot mu..IClpaI7 1 &O County havin .FI.d lo which they snail sand '
eaCO Florida Relating to Onuonn Count ol b MO SZALJ.esi 01 S. .
Temple Ave. L 439th I. and at In* .Inl tb. time tbi &
Starke Florida Komtn (40tB WunlClp Oonrnmeni and the an additional sp. w T 1
tbe as
.0tl..' I ell) Cities and To. Kmt become k member who snail adoptd State Attorney of Dad this thi aid a.
6o.&a the. 1 We .pla I RESOLVED BY pan ol the Board of b* O.nle CuCI.respectively, hall
6naton T 0.

I I '..'ul O :TUX STATB O 1 :.Uc BUallui o t.lo.I respect purpose_any ol equal prop- Dad ficer_und of Iem.Oracg l.Counue Ptl.. reepeetlve-*0. L 1 g50gaq .


yes of four generations : y ... daguerreotype which might; also, 1'tier 1 rr 'ol'n'r. sin 'ItFO" known or unknown, arc herehv notified .
gilded framese 4o have graced the Ray CIM'\'1'1'. Ic1.Y1111)s 1Ill A\- I that null hAN h..n l ; .w.our
datut, rom the Jir' .,. I parlor gallery 1 Ia\: a In the >"ii>imhtavaliiKt IlVir fftondItt
. 100' because he you I'h.,1t Coint' of
portraits was too Ml.-lui.'l .
family ; busy Ia.1 (" rinlnilfr, v .. Itradfonl (..ti nty. Florida. In Chun-
e with approval on thee clearing his 2,000 acre land grant l<' "iliiiina. AhlHli.itlliiii 01 mHl y, (>c- ..<-rv. caneo.. 3.108. hv Carl .lohne cr iilnflrtnd IN
town Vllllallt I'BHO Nil. .11 00Dili /
J of Miss Amelia Ray lice that when thy summons comesto + in Kentucky where Lexington >KK OF I'I'i4ZtCT1UNNI I ,and' Thelma In which Johns and ax cadi plaintiffs.and of \.oiiare. Your Iii r'r'Xlaflf'rI
ligun' .
Victorian parking join now stands .. given to him by \ I> NOTU-K 'Ft i MM'KAII: defendant: that the tHIcf ,
"J' prim STATR' t>K KU1IUPA tti: ..,,- .
n HtiiiKht In' thl null
In t.i In
anl am/sir
: with tranquil rhythm P1'"SO innumerable caravan that moves General George Washington . Iliiinn Ablahndlitti 0"n." .II)', whoser'Mldrner confirm pl.tlntlff'n/ title'|iiilci to KHUII (i
backed chair, an Inocheted the pale realms of shade where each a sort of material "DlfttlnguUhedCross" IB 3a-11, :30th Hln-ct.. I above devcrlbed. land an an IndefeaNlble -
i.raisni AMorlu, I.OIIK/ Island New York tee ..I lmpl,,. till... andou'
," antimacassar shall take for valor above and beyond .You are, iu-iiilr| <>d to "i<|ii>iir nn I uiu hereby required to appear tpeiHonally '-
alt head. the of ,,0.,10.1' nth. 1944 hi the ahoy or by attorney) In xul.l STARKETRANSFER
ling duty that first ,
of her high-held chamber in the silent halls of death- """"M.1| Court and) onus. nliriflnplaintiff Court and e5liss on the 9th "day
time Americans fought for free , seeks. illMtivi, Hi-mU.ird.
and dark as of October 11144. or the alienation
B dreamy go not. as a slate at night. ., .
r Ve-' quarry dom. futility Telegraph| nlinll ptilillxh this of plalntlffiT' aworn hill of i-oni-
1,1,1ft nIght were wide-set In Scourged to his dungeon but sustainedand Order. In n.*xt four wpt.klv' IKHIIPMWllniHH plaint.. will be taken. an cotifeHiieil
lookhlden Bringing the "')' liaixl and, ; nCflflnlnvnl bv 9'Ite firmfan ,
F the translucent Ray family war you. County Teleareph -
with soothed 1 at Htark.Klnrlilu. this $vptru'her In. hereby denlitnated.
china. She wore a hero history up to date', Mlsa tat 1944 duly. qualified In nn, Local And
11'1'' "
frock sprigged By an unfaltering trust, approach thygrave Amelia tells of two grand nephews OPKIOIAI.. SKAI.t A. J Thomas I thin notice shall, be .publlnheil. .''h"j
white lawn A* <"l.rk of until Court. ,' each week for four .'.. ........
fnreet-me-nots. A cameoh serving at present with the Walter t*. HaritvMy. I>")'lnIlR Reni'h. ueeka prior to Raid.. return day Long Distance
caught the soft folds of Like one who wraps the drapery! ot his Armed Forces . Lt. M. T. 11All)". for Ptf/', 8.e4t M.I: I I Wltnena mv html and official nestS

couch Oakley soldier t Starke, llradford. .County. FlorIda Hauling
ollar! and secured It high at fighting somewhere I 1% nmiir i'01 n r. 1111 \I>KI>III> thin September. Oth, )944.A. .
roat The gracefully taper- About him, and lies down to pleasant In Italy, and Sgt. Charles (roi'.-.''vr''. ', Ki..tHUII'I i> tu\\- J. THOMAS. !'

ds dreams." \v. Savage, a Marine training at Vliirvnt II II b 10....I. Pin lntlft, vnColherln Clerk of Circuit Court ItmlforUPountv
:a ad lightly In her lap William Cullen the College of the Ozarks In Mollov Iliibliort IvfrnInnr. .- Floilda. tOFFICI\1.ShLAI.( ) Phone 179
BryantBy .
Clarksvllle, Arkansas Csse Nn. S.lofiOIUMCH T. Frank l.iimlrilni, Hturke. Klorlil,
spoke quietly and or ITHLIOATIUN AU)". for Plfa. 8-0 41 9.31HUNDREDS!
,', 'But my dear, what could Mary Jo Kent Fond of Book OK 1"1,0nIO.Clllh.: -
find to write about1Iere' Miss Amelia has been up to line Molloy llublii whose rcul-
p posotblY denes In 72111 Churl 8lr*''t. Phil-
'\[ i nothing at all towere "Fancy "'ork"'S Typing / lates her conversation adroitly to visit her Kentucky kinfolk a HlihlH, IVnimylvanin.

Just an old Starke i In those days most young avoid the bad and build up the couple of times and on to Colorado You or* required lu a| "'h.. 1)144) In .the abovonnmeil
more than half women were content with embroidering good In those she talks about. once to see those of them Court and cause, w hirrlntlalntlff

8Dydrel( years ago. We've been counterpanes and fer- Miss Ray has directed a great who helped to push the frontier '.. Teletoraph fiptkN illvorr. shall pnlillNh. Hrndfordniinty thinrder of details are managed and economically

1 ever since then . always reting out the puzzling designs In deal of her energy and time, too, on farther West \ In next four werklv IHHIIPN.VltnfHi .

to, r dare say. I'the piece work quilts that wouldbe toward work In the Methodist She enjoyed travelling. she wild, at\ Starke>,mv Florida hand and this orth'I..1 Meptcnilirrth I Ural. can'tut '
the "show off" items In their Church where she has but likes to
Chatucteristlc Modesty been an I best voyage in the 1944. urgent need 1 for Serving Is at hand.
sister elaborate dowries. active and constructive memberfor wider world of books, many, manyof A. J. THO\:! \S,
there's my
course, An Clerk of nalil Court
t But not Miss Amelia. She departed "as long she which she knows
but everyone here as can remem and lovesas KnlghtbCllarke4F, orllxAtlyn ) ,.,
f all about Olive. She taught courageously from the ber". She is at present treasurerof well as her "good l neighbors" knight. fur A rif 8-8 4t 8-2H. sic,

and most of conventional . even to borrow- the Woman's Society of Chris- . the Sewells and the Dow- _

,,1 I for around 35 years town were once ing a typewriter "from a man tian Service an organization bornof lings . the Adkins and the OUU.IL OF I'll''hilt' \IIOX "UJUt'I'.1 I DEWITT C. JONES

,folks careful who used to live In Judge Ad- the old Methodist Missionary Browns . all of whom she '1'01".1 \It
She's kept a TH13 "HTATM" OK KI.OKIHA to: W
Id pupils. ones she's taught kins' house" . the first type- Society. She has performed this mentions with a sort of joyous N. Mea'h",", U. l>. Miner ITrluh I>. Funeral DirectorAMHULANCK
of the writer service for Miner, Sarah M. Miner Marv 1>.
she had ever Later that reverence.A
more than 2200 of them. seen. organization for Itd-linr I ,, <>. M. Musing: ..J. U.] HitvBtnan SERVICE
I your Editor how to she "went off to business collegein the past 22 years, been a Sunday character clue might be EMwarili( N. 1'h'k..n..n. Mary
taught Jacksonville". Then she be- school teacher for countless Caroline Ilekersun. M. C. Uliktrn -
sea- found in Miss Amelia's love of
and write, mind you. She's H. K. J. Hn"l>ninl.
I . Isn't well this aft- came a legal secretary . her sons and an ardent supporter of poetry with its qualities of ethereal Rllia Hunbanil, rafill; : K. My em, Phone 7 "

L now or she could givea ,work for many years. all church activities. All this, In beauty and make believe Tlioinav William Dowltniri II. Hiiwllnir Laura, James l>ow ling II,,

on Not forgetting her early college addition to sharing with her sister . and also In her choice of an Di.wllntr. C. llrown, W. II llnwIIIf. STARKK, FLORIDA
story. training and her to Olive, the care of their invalid author . J. iI. DowllnH. JoHviih W. K.lwurdn. : -
Lt I never did yen Walt Whitman, n . llallla iKiwIlnic. W. M.: 1Mwarclii :: -
me. any- write, Miss Amelia began cor- mother for many years. self-willell man who was not afraid .Florida and. anil ImiiifKiii-
ff to write about, child". tlun <(<"cinipany of Florida, the Klorlila -
that Miss Ameliaher responding for the Bradford Proud of Fighter to escape from the stereotyped nil 111'0..1 Company, A t'lirpciratlnn. -
id so It was County Telegraph and for the and the UHUII! . In his K living, and If vlthvr of Ihrm
Miss where I
Ray speak with modest From sit / Joe
visitor dismissed the idea'yarn' Florida Times Union and compos- life and In his writing: And still be dead tinder, all partl such N cliilinlnif Interest .. / Marsh
any deceased or
and rocked and chat- pride of the members of her fam-
Ing articles for religious publications another key to her character is thnt othcrwlHa In anil ti> the InnilHberelnnfter
i drowsy summer afternoony ily who have participated In the leflorlhnd./ soil To nil tar
In her spare time. She was sensed In her choice of favorite
a known
prrnunn rlalnilnir any right
Just getting acqualnt- a regular correspondent for the major wars in American history poem which, without hesitance title or Interest In: Mild:: : luniU I ; whichliindn Soldiers Civilians
did! down through the . from situated vs.
And get acquainted they years : are In llratKiirdC'ounty
Telegraph for 25 years and still she named as "O Captain!
with the Revolution to World War II.I My Florida, and rtwwerlbKU anfollowKi \
IJB! Amelia Ray came sends in a page of "locals" or an Captain!" . a tribute to a : I
(family to Starke as a young I The picture of a dapper gentleman All that part of the &% fit sot, ; in Tomorrow's WorldYou
account of a church meeting, the hero of the North . Abraham i.f HW. of Svrtlon 21. Township ,
an Just graduated from Grlf- facts carefully compiled . the I In sleek Confederate uniform Lincoln. A surprising choice Indeed II South llaiiKe 23 1:II..t lying
Female College In Georgia.had hung jest over Miss Amella's head ('ant of Stain Koail. No. 13. fxceptthat
In literature Items well written. Only recently she Identified as Richard Shores for a Daughter of the Con- part Mnlil. tii IJndsey tlrlffln, hear some talk about how- freedom and our rights-not Just-
"specialized" she/ completed a 14 year periodas federacy! There Is no doubt a- and. wits lliiliv OrlfflH aa rot'ord'il '
what was, then, the gentleof Farrow, an illustrious Civil War In Iit,e Bradford County reporter for bout It, Miss Amelia has a mind ,
officer who died in a Northern 7M Current PuMli Rnrunln of to bo bad feeling between Americans!
writing. I Hrndford the Times-Union. of her own. ''r
prison camp. YOU AND KAC1I Ol'" YOU, whclhi-r soldiers and civilians; how the
ere were only scattered homes Interested In People I. No, Amelia Ray hasn't done .II' ,. .1I..I l1 From where I nit,thnt nttltml
I II countryw 114 x** v*M !t iv
g Walnut street at that time, Her work with these papers Facing his ancestor of an earlier I much to write aooui. The headlines I I I those I who ghtl In uniform and I"l going to win the wnr-and win

on those infrequent occasions probably did more than any other war on the opposite parlor wall, of her life would never make Ii the Pence too. K we ran respectthe
j I who at home
-e stayed
n ladles left their homes after one of her activities to keep her was Lt. Richard Ray White, who page one* Instead, she has accomplished i i rights of others-whether' Its

i to go to prayer meet- ) "In touch" with people In her was killed In France during World much, much more. STROUT SII:','." ICIIALEs AVrll, maybe you !law! thnt lettrr their right to enjoy a glass of

perhaps . they clutchedr community But despite the fact War I while participating In the For she has learned to live quietly .: '''' ;, from a soldier overseas In beer, or to vote the way they

full skirts up "Immodestly" that Miss Amelia is well ac'qualnted I battle of St. Mlhlel. with dignity and! joy, the life 4 Cry C.redre p..o".r., .d..r"It... r wade 0' runs-........ one of our biff mngnzlncN. It jilpimo-we've got a mighty

i In one hand, and In the 'Ir with all the good and I The Revolutionary soldier" one of a true Southern gentlewoman Kt.OOO ante, at Home*_ Knrm. paid that men In uniform nrrn't sound foundation for our peace-

they carried a lantern, to bad traits of practically all the Joseph Farrow . great, great . an achievement of note World.Arreaite.Free llnyer open from tinting all over the I j, thinking any aunt thoughts time :world

''I the deeper puddles In the members of all the families In grandfather of Miss Amelia . a glamorous and praiseworthyend F.. A. STROUT REALTY AGENCY any more than folks at home arc.f .

ow, muddy street. and about Starke, she manipu i I no doubt failed to sit for I the in Itself! a'f'I f
The most Important thing la,
I II, that we're all engaged one titanic 80e 1tI iMJ4.(

..J.*,, "., I I". C. IIOLI.lNfiSWOUTH Locally by I struggle to preserve our

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No. 91 of a Series Copyright, 1944, Dnwing Injiutry Fonjuliat(
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TAKE a look at your the evening ends. The extra space has H

kitchen now.: been carefully planned with an eye to YOU'LL ENJOY

Your kitchen for the "electronic age" beauty, convenience and economy sa EVERY PAGE OF

of tomorrow. You'll get a big surprise well. You can have an attractive electric THIS FREE '1 "

when you behold the complete electric kitchen that' especially designed 2g.PAGE BOOK -' f o I .
Full ef helpful
kitchen for the first time' '. to fit your pocket book and the needs Idea .rr""nit.* ;',

I of your family. .menu .end Ucxmful eelorchentM. jj:

You tee, the kitchen you've been Ir illuilrittil Inputting ; ,
rotor show how .llr.cli ve >nd
full to yeti
aside bond for it not only ,t ;... efficient lh. kllclun. of tomorrow will l).. 6 ? "i'' ( !;
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mighty easy to at 11 s easy LIGHT cowrtvr coupon
FLOHI'.'t .O.I! 14 Kith, cur compliment tomorrow.
live 101! The place *bere you prepare \ ,.,e copy ry 1 1rlw lJ Jfjliy
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"Cutting pulpwood is my share in winning the war and I aim to

'do my part here the way I want my boy to do his part over there.

. "I'm not doing my best for myself or my country if I waste time

4 TI x / I cutting and hauling sticks of wood so crooked or rotted the mill -
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can't use them. Mypulpwood may be used to make supplies and

equipment for my boy and only the best is good enough for him.
i'r+ r"r RED ChKMRAW iTT

"I've found that cutting pulpwood is profitable business and I 1

want to stay in it after the war. I want to be known at the mill as

a producer of good sound usable wood." '1

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KITCHEN home otlUtl $6000.;

bugrt oa "e Completely electrified witrange, water: heater refrigerator, dish- O L. I). Vlninjr, Hal Edwards, Lester Kite, ,.I...,.''(
1 ElormetQOWett .'' and electrically lighted Heel cabinet. USof "
fA.', disposal Ilojtan Smith, Tyler Jones, J. K. Douffla I 'I'1

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Remove membrane. Cut Iamb 01. :
pork kidneys In half end beet lcldUTFS i
in 1-inch cubei. Remove hard
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Cover kidney with bread dressing -
made by combining crumbs beaten
eggs grated onion,chopped parsley, -
seasoning and stock or water. Wrap .
with slice of bacon, fasten with a .

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fake In Moderate Oren Turning In Your
Bake, uncovered, in a moderate
own 373 P.) for 30 minutes or until .
bacon Is crisp and brown. Serve
with vegetables and salad .

WANTED Clean cotton rogs.
No Buttons. Highest cash
prices paid. Bradford County
Telegraph. tfBUY






Men First t

. 'Women

and children last!

We're Speaking of shoe \ I r

chance fcertouily repaint. of,men.her course.e'We. have your But TRUCKS WILL COLLECT IN SOUTH STARKE TUESDAY, SEPT. 1 I'''

materials to repair your

children'time hoes,for but women's none at and this TRUCKS WILL COLLECT IN NORTH STARKE TUESDAY, SEPT. 2'''

So bring In that old pair
of shoe for an expert "*
Job of repiilrlng and re

BROWNSTEENSHOE building. I. Have Your Waste Paper Tied In Bundles

REPAIR .. And Waiting At The Curb Or On

Across From The Post Office

: I BECAUSE ',: .',. . Your Front Porch .
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STEADILYRISING This Advertisement Sponsored by The Following Members of The Victory Club .

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BOB'S TAVERN ".:, / ''I WONDER GIFT SHOE .' At Standing'Center





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