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 22, 1944
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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 )
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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: VID04881
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PORT ANT NOTICE TO HAMPTON I I BHS-Gainesville Season Opener Park Project TabledAt




RESIDENTSBY Expected To Draw Record Crowd City Council Meeting



It IRVING R. ABRAMS AND MR. H. F. CAMERON I A rncord-breaklng crowd of

F THE BRADFORD COUNTY HEALTH DEPT. I Rotarians AskedTo rabid fans I is expected to turnout - -
at Bradford Piirk tonight to : Legal Technicalities And Cost

The public water supply of Hampton has been found Support see the BUS Tornadoes pitted Of
Oscar Johns 26 Improvements Reasons
1 repeated tests done by the State Health Depart- 'Right To Work' against a formidable Gainesville ,

jent, to be contaminated, according to a joint state.ent high eleven in a senson-openei For ActionThe

.sued; yesterday by Dr. I, R. Abrams and H. F. Joe C. Jenkins, Gainesville attorney that might make history.

Lmeron of the Bradford County Health Department. and member of the State Coach James Hobbs remained Killed By TrainTwentysix Park project being sponsored by the Woman's

Legislature from Alachua County optimistic! thin week In spite of Club was tabled at a meeting of the City Council Tuesday

":L\[ Watterson, mayor of Hampton, and owner ofJie wa guest speaker at the Rotary Injuries to John Anderson and R. night because of legal complications involved and the large

water supply, has been very cooperative and is Club Wednesday, urging members! J Turner which threatened, at Johns of Maxvllle year was old literally Oscar! amount of money that would be necessary to equip the

king steps to correct the defects in the water sysm to vote for and support the "rightto one time to keep *them out of the picked up in pieces early Sunday proposed park, a council member said.

(! the statement "However, until the work" amendment which will starting line-up. It la expectednow morning after h.. had been hit bya The ownership of the park site having been investigated -

elects are corrected it is dangerous to drink the water be on the November ballot. will, be however buck that both players train at the northern edge ol it was learned that it was originally deeded by an individual -
In" In time
shape
.thout boiling. Mr. Jenkins stated that he ap- for the kIck-oft. Lawtey a few hours before.Although to the Woman's Improvement Association which
proves of labor unions and the later with the Woman's
merged
there was Club. The site is
apparentljno now
en-
"All residents of Hampton are hereby officially no- right of employes to bargain collectively Coach Hobbs,. yesterday announced -
witness. to the tragedy It U trusted to a committee of seven trustees and could be"assigned"
ified to boil the water for five minutes until further with their employer, but the following probable
presumed that Johns was killed but not legally deeded to the City of Starke
health that he would like to abolish the starting line-up:
the department.
tice by by the southbound freight that -
It
was brought out at the
"racketeering element" in the Player rtw.ll Ion 1.

"It is with the knowledge and cooperation of Mr. unions that force a man to pay Burney RE 150 about passed 2 through a. m.. noon the after village he had at Council meeting, too, that improvement

I'atterson that this official notice is being made pub- an Initiation fee before he can Thornton RT 190 left a party at a friend's home In USOs Centralize of and equipmentfor

c. It is also consistent with practices of the health go to work on a job. Manning RO 155 Luwtey. A farmer In that vicinity the proposed park would

epartment to notify residents of the community about He reviewed the history of the Biggs c 133ShuforJ : when he found parts of cost approximately $5,000.

atters which so urgently concern them," the stateent proposed amendment I nth e !I LO 160 John's body, first thought that Rent Information with a breakdown as f 0.-I

concluded. legislature! and stated that unless Weldon LT 175 one of his cows had been struck. lows: Filling $1.700 to $2.-

leading citizens In all communities Barksdale ,LE 145 : by the train but a further Investigation 000; Lighting $500; Sewageand
Wadsworth lr 150 I In an effort to relieve to some
It be QB
it might defeated
supported proved that the victim wasa buildings $1,000 and Sidewalks -
by the efforts of union AndersonRHB 138 human being. Johns was Identified extent the critical housing situation $500 to 1000.

Civilian Employee's Relation CouncilNt'lyeleded leaders who oppose It. Holtzendorf < FH 160 only by certain personal effects In this. area, all rental Information With this figure In view, the
B. Turner LH 130
which were found scattered for the three USO Council hesitated to continue with

R. J, Turner LII 160 along the track. Clubs. in Starke Is being centralized !- the project. since the Park could
%
Overseas MailingHas All home games e slated to John's remains were taken to at the Temple' and, Washington not bo a permanent possession, ,
begin at 8:15: p.' 11'Kr the DeWItt C. Jones funeral home of the City.

'!\ here where a r r a ngpments for Street unit, operated by the A recommendation was made,

Slow Start Drs. Herlong, Adams burial were 11111 lie. Services were YMCA.A however, that since the Council

Now Located >. held at the grave at 11 o'clock special worker, Mrs. George U willing to spend a conservative

Iwc Ili. syas I on Tuesday morning at Padgett's Klllott: has been employed to amount of money for a City

e l Postmaster F. F. Stump ex I In New Offices Cemetery near Highland./ Rev. take charge of the Information l Park i that the Armory lot which

pressed concern yesterday over Buddy, Harris of the Baptist l In already City I property, be considered .
the slim volume of Christmas Dr. M. n. HeilonK and Dr. H Churoh officiated. doslc, It was announced us fiottxlble, site for the

N' tai ',tt overseas mailing at the local H. Adams moved Into the attractive Pallbearers were Harvey, Dawson All person ha v I n g rooms, 1'nik.

post office. new office building which and, Marvin Padgett, Hubbunl apartments or houses to rent are It wan explained!, that the build-

"It looks as if mOst people are they will occupy Jointly on Tuesday Bell George Sculley and Buddy urged to cooperate by notifying Inn which now houses the USO-
of this week, YMCA at the corner of Temple
this off until the
going to put Monley. I this Club when places are vacant
"'\'e Begun In July and constructedof and Washington street, will,
last minute, he commented. Survivors of the young man and also when they have been
: cannot urge you too strongly cement blocks and glass brick, are hN! parents, Mr. and<<1 Mrs. I rented after listing[ after the war revert to the City,
: Is located thecorner and a pInk adjoining this. public
the building on
mailedas
gift wrapped and
\ get your Luke Johns, two brothers. Archie The Information desk may bo
would bo
building
of Call and Broad streets an apparent
t I eoon! as possible in order to and Carson and four sisters, Mm,
reached 59.Service, solution to the
addition by telephoning problem.
and constitutes the latest
-
avoid a last-minute rush which Ollie Harris and Mrs. Martin Harris -

will be a hardship for our postal to a growing list of modern and MUsea Hazel and Minnie

employed will 'cause you structures In Stare Lou John, all of Maxville.'. Parade
members'' of Camp Ttlandlng's Civilian ,(EmRrlatlonM great Inconvenience." Included In this new building, *

1"1 Connell are pictured Above M they had their The overseas mailing! period for are two white and one colored Home Nursing P.r..l..d rrl..d... of ......... ..... are ...... 1. .,... ._. u_. ...
t butlnew.4 sesMlon. Purpose of the council Is to Improve the all branches of the service started waiting room, a consultation tlvtmm to The '..lr.ra..k for publication. Mvrvlr. men .. are ...... 'o write The. 'I'rlrsrmptt will end Oct. 15. Classes To
and of
Iltlom in Much fields ait legal aid, absenteeism and morale. (Sept 15 room for each the doctors, an Begin

"n,>t row, left to right Miss Dorothy Baker, Mayo Fla.; l\1rM. Some mailing tips as given out X-ray room and an operating September 28 OAHICY ritOMOTKDFrlenils I FIIOM MOT MINER
by the Postmaster follow: Cards room. Floors are covered<<1 with
K, Philllpx, Colombia, S. C.; J. D. Seymour. Starke, Fla.; I
to learn Dear Mr, Matthews,
should be sent In sealed envelopesand permanent Inlaid linoleum a n II K. Chair- are pleased :
llm I Mildred Ga. Mlaa Pauline Thesis Ocala, Judge E. Ferryman.
Murray Qultman, ; prepaid at first class rates. fluorescent lighting haa been Installed man, Bradford County Chapter, yt the recent promotion of James j Just received a group of papers
ft; Cupt. S. O. Harden, St. Augustine Fla. Second row: O. D. Every gift parcel must be plainly throughout.Dr. and was thrilled to get thRm.I .
American Red Cross, has announced Delbert Casey of Graham fromS
after, Starke, Fla; M. E. Tompkins, Kalford, Fla.; T. W. marked "Christmas Parcel." Per- Herlong has practiced medicine that Red Cross Home Was glad to hear that the people
2-c to S 1-c. He U the son I I
ft, Keystone Heights, Fla.; Jack Morris Green Cove Springs, ..ah able matter will not be ac- In Starke for the past 8 1-2 Nursing Classes will begin on of Bradford County are backing
Cove Fla. R. C. Haw- and fragile articles or soft of Mr. and Mrs T. I.. Casey of I up their boys by buying so' many
k Green
; Dwight Redmond Springs ; cepted years, coming here from Jackson September 28, at Red Cross Chapter -

ne, KingMey Lake Fla.; J. F. Prltchard. Gainesville, Fla. candy should not be sent. Neither villa where he "put out hisshingle" Offices.. He urges women Graham. His address Is James War Bonds

-Official U S. Army Photo com you send intoxicants, matches, 36 years ago.Drt over the County to take advantage D. Casey S 1-c. U S. S. Y. S. Having been In the Marshall

lighter fluid, poisons or anything Adam also) came here from of this opportunity. It Is D. 40, c-o P. P. B. Elizabeth Islands and at Guam In the Mar
kill some- North Carolina, ianas, I regret to sy that I never
which might or Injure 'as. before City,
Jackson v 1 III 1 1 e from the Duval Important now never
B.: Home Soon one or damage other mall, letters for women to to had the pleasure to meet any
Head the prepare
Rhodes May County Hospital where he was an PRIEST DKCOHATKI: of the boy. But maybe It won't
: or packages. Intern. He has p r' a c tlced in care for those remaining at homein
be
before I
Parcels must not be more than the family group, and to remember Staff Sergeant Charles! M long now can stile
Wter 128 CBI Theatre Missions Starke for one year.
In
them Tokyo. That 1s what we
rlvo pounds In weight, 15 Inches also that those women Priest, 24 year old<< 11-17 Flying
In length, or more than 36 inches Dr. Herlongr's office hours are and men returning from Military I, Fortress tall gunner, of Starke, are all hoping.Sgt.
mewhere in the Chlna-Burma- from 8:30: to 11 o'clock In the Wm. H Miner.
; In length and girth combined. service may need intelligent care hell been decorated with an oak
i Theatre and from 1 to 4 in the
there's one morey I morning -
All articles should be packed OL In their own households leaf cluster! to his! Air Medal for
> Bradford County boy. la boxes of metal wood, solid afternoon outstanding achievement In aerial IN HOSPITAL t
' Miss Eunice Willis R. N., from
*a wearing his old clothes fiberboard, or strong doublefacedcorrugated Dr Adams in in his office from American, Red combat over Nazi-held Europe according -' Friends of John Henry Walker,

days, 'cause all his besttfms fiberboard reinforcedwith 10( to 1 o'clock and from 4 to 7, Southeastern Area to an announcement froman Sea 2-c, will regret to learn that/
for
will be In the
are packed, awaiting strong gummed-paper tapeor thus making it possible for pa. Cross Chapter September eighth air force bomber station he Is hospitalized ax the renal

glorious hour-sometime be- tied with strong twine. They Vents to see one of the physicians two months conduct beginning clasxes. She will In Kngland. of being wounded In the left arm
to
i now and Christmaswhenboard should be wrapped if possible in at any hour of the day. 28 while returning to the States.
of
teach the Home Nursing Course Son of Mrs. Myrtle Priest
,
the transport planewill contents after a trip oversea His address
heavy paper to prevent In Bradford County High School Stnrke, Sgt. Priest, formerly an
bring him back toke ID Ward F.I.R., USN Hon-
out If the Inner Jewish Residents
from spilling cooperation with the HomeEconomics Index clerk! at the Florida State
and HOME pltal, Brooklyn, N Y., and hn
package is crushed or split Teacher, Mrs Ross Prison Ilalford, hits seen action I
,,th an enviable record of 128 sharp-edged Instruments Hosts To Servicemen will probably bn there for fouror
or
iC Sharp pointed Cook with the eighth air force against
oat missions! completed and knives or razors WeekThe five months He H the won
such as During Holy nail targets extending. from cen-
hours of combat flying Lt must have their points pro Two adult classes are also In I tral Europe to the French! coast. of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Walker,
h E the: process of organizationoneIn Route 1,
Rhodes son of Mrs. D. tected. Army and Navy Committee and In Lawtey. He hat participated In severalassaults Starke
lontelth of J, Board Starke one
and grandson of the Jewish Welfare In
Mvarez. has Groups In any part of the County on enemy position ANDINO OU)TIMKH: ,
received the Air extends a cordial Invitation to
al I with two clusters, the Dls- s. Important MeetingOf members of the armed forces as wishing! to organize a clans should Armies Franre, In Mrs.support Lorraine of the S, Priest Allied, 1st Sgt. James M. DavlW of
.. the Red
Jished Flying Cross with ona '". Legion CalledThe well as to all men and women of write Immediately to Arm 0 r his wife Is now employed in Tullahassee. the Military Police Detachment,
ter. and two battle stars for a Jewish faith In the Starke com- Cross Chapter Office, y I husband of Mrs. B. M Davis of

verseai ribbon. The citations bimonthly meeting of the munity to attend services In the Building, Starke, for Information I Starke, was listed In the Camp

ed 'that In the execution of his . American Legion will be held Armory on Tuesday evening at There Is no fee for this training,,. PEKKOIIMS VITAL TANK! Blanding paper as,, one of the

Ions he had with eager- 1 ., ', '. ... next Tuesday night September 1 o'clock and on Wednesday beginning the expense will be born by the Pvt. Merrill O. McMillan son earliest Inhabitants of the post

and vigor attacked enemy -.t.: .. .. >.t t't.. 26 at the American Legion Post at 9:30: a. m., September Chapter. of Mrs. Alma Hough of Starke, now beginning Its fifth year. Sgt.

nations of material and troop .......... : ......_ .. ,.... 1IiooJ'" at eight o'clock. 26 and 21, U serving with an aviation engineer Davis watched Blandlng grow until

"itratlons. Inflicting severe AU members are urged to attend After the service Wednesday a BaptistAt battalion of the Ninth Engineer it Is now the largest Infantry

age| on these as well I as some "really important", thlnga. as we have a matter of great fast break Is being arranged for Command which I Is constructing Replacement Training Center In

des, airdromes and other com- "I can hardly- wait to see a good Importance to come up; that Is, aU participants, committee members the First Baptist Church In airfields behind the the country,

'tatlon faclll tiel. The Initle football game again." he wrote to outline the things we are goIng announced yesterday. Starke, next Sunday morning at front line. In France ;
his last letter commemoration of 11:00 the will bring a BACK IN !STATUS
and In his mother in to do In : pastor
operations ability displayed Lt Rhodes left the States In Day, October 27, the same This event w'll conclude the message of importance to all, He landed with one of the R. L. Watson, U.S.N., has been'

It' upon him reflect much May 1943 three months after receiving Navy the anniversary date of Jewish Holy Day activities. in "Standing In the Presence of a first detachments of men from spending. a 21 day leave with
and the Army being which of that faith have this battalion on the morning of its Mr. and Mrs. B. M.
Forces." his wings at the Marl- the creation of the Navy In 1775. people Silent God", from the 15th Chapter parents!,
It !In anna Army Air Field. He took Ex-members of the Navy are been participating during the past of the Gospel according to D-day. His battalion was the Watson, of Graham. He halt Just
spite of flying dangerous of pilot train- to attend as ten daYI.Kahr Matthew. first unit of the command to returned to the States after
the various phases urged
Mona that especially land on French soil and completed 22 months overseas.. He
spending
sound likeon states
almost
ing at schools la four they know from their experiences Sunday Schoof for all ages, be-
lo the folks back home, Alabama South Carolina, Georgiaand what exercises will be appropriate. Place Sold ; gins at 9:43.; This Is annual Pro- its first commission, an em- I went to the Solomon Island In I
: ergency landing strip on D-day February of 19&2 and from thereto ,
Rhodes now has his mind on Florida. The Mayor of the City of Used motion Hay, and the lesson from
Will Be In the face of continuous enemy Salpan during his. many monthsof
-- Starke Charles A, Darby, Is in- 2 Samuel 7 will be, "Religion in I i
fire. that time he was.
action. At
vited to meet with us to dlscuesthis For Fruit MarketThe the Life of a Nation"
t. Costa Fatally Christian I Since that time, the battalion, stationed on a battleship but Ingoing
the point, .
matter from city's TrainingUnion* meet at 7 P.M.
Kahr property Including which Is: commanded by Lt. Col. to be reassigned when he
ounded In France of view. with an Old Time Favorite
f Steubp.nvllle.Ohio to San Francisco next
of filling station and six room :Max McCrory o reports
Rev Ogden, supply minister FLOYD GREEN, Service at 8:00: the pastor
'lord house, located a quarter of a mile Song has been constructing and wek, He has been In 7 major
was received here this conduct the Post Commander evangelistic mett-
of Jacksonville, will south of Starke on Road 13, has will bring an maintaining airfields under fire battles and wears three service
the death of Pvt. Joe morning and evening services at In been sold to L. II. Wblpple of age on "Running Away from from' the enemy. These opera. bars; the first for American. Defense -
Mrs. C. W. Savage was Is extended
on July 27 after being 'Christian Church here this her Gainesville for $2. 00 cash. The God. A welcome lions will continue as the Ninth ; the second for the Asiatic

.ndel ta action In France two ;, the He has preached here husband Jacksonville, Sgt.Mondiy Savage visiting, who is a transfer was made through W. T. to; all to worship at all the ser- Air Force follows the advance of and Pacific campaign and the

J earlier Sunday. friends Clute Realtor ices. the Invading armies to provide third Is for action In the Euro-
: Marine Hospital
1 before and made many patient In the Sewell, Virginia Whlpple, who has been in the The mid-week hour Wednesday them with close air support. Pvt.HcMlll.in pean Theatre. 1
their Misses Gayle
Co8ta. a member of the who will be glad to renew Davis wholesale and retail fruit businessIn at 8:00: continues to be an hour has already served several 1 1iF.TS
MarjorIe '
I d lou ,
a
DiVIsion which trained at acquaintance. He Is assisted by Sewell dance Thomas and Shir- Gainesville for a number of of power for those who will dedl- months la the United King ( Pt'IlPLR IIKART: J t

*.p.n Standing, and his wife, Lu'H his daughter, Miss Ogden who Is ley Davis' Coll y left for Tallahasseethe years, plans to operate an open cate this hour to their Lord, The dom, where aviation engineer I According to the Public Relations 1
continues the study ofRegeneration" have constructed airfields .j Service, ETO Sut. Ernest
and will render first of the week where they air fruit market here and will pastor battallpru
andmanyactivetvolunteer a talented singer for his own and what it for British-based American K McCall of Lake Butler has >
remodel the dwelling
the course will be students In the Woman's
i eer both* the Walnut street USO several numbers during College. occupancy. means to the soul. bombers and fighters. i!I been awarded the Purple Heart.:

well known here. of the evening.

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TWO BRADFORD COUNTY TKLECitPI1.. ST.MtKE, FLORIDA FKIUAY. bE17EAhlR, h

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THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH Uncle .Joe's tUEA.PE5. 1

Established 1877
K. I. :Matthew Editor and Owner JAWIt
Way'' Screen Masterpiece
'Going My
I'ubllllh'd'I'el.ly on Fridays and Entered a. S cond Claim !Matterat I I 'F' I ,
the Tout Office at Starke. Florida.

" live In h.I the raid pant that, and old young folks Opening at Florida Sat. MidnightPromising Sun., Mon., Tues. Sept. 24, 25 :

Meddlers Pleading & THEY'RE; AT it again! folk In the present. I Bup- 26

For Rapists Present Those psychopathic sob poNe thin means that old
sisters, those sentimental folk can't eat alt much as some of the finest that conservative priest by Instituting "STEP LIVELY" I I IVi'ITII
Disgusting Spectacle reformistl4 and those they could when they werejoung entertainment yet to reach the Innovations which to
deliberate devilinspiredrabble for there'll another screen this year Paramount's him are seemingly radical. His "
rousers have found a new "cause celebre' ". old Maw that says. "Some "Going My Way," which will first act Is to placate Gene Lock-
people live to rat, while show at the Florida Theatre for hart, bank prexy who holds the
Trust them to make the most of such a golden oppor- FRANK
other eat to live". the midnight show Saturday mortgage on the parish. The I GEORGE(;
tunity. This living to eat and eatingto night and the regular feature tatter's SOB played by James
According to an Associated Press dispatch from live calls to memory the good Sunday. Monday and Tuesday Brown figures in the act, too, I SINATRAMOR |
Tallahassee 'early this week, the Governor's office is times I lined to have-eating, has already been hailed as a for he falls in love with Jean
being "flooded with telegrams" from all parts of the of course-at those old-faahloned truly great movie. I Heather, a young girl set on ADOLPH GIORii
country in behalf of three negro men who pleaded Sunday School picnics at Klnga- Reviewers gave many reasons the right trail after receivingsome
guilty and made full statements of confession in courtto ley Lake, the Fifth Sunday Un- for their high praise of this sound advice from "Fath MENJOUDe'HAY
!
charges that they raped a 20-year-old white woman Ion Meetings with dinner on the heart-warming picture In which er" Crosby The golf course
twice each, then shot her. grounds, an well as a certain Bing Crosby plays Father scene Is one of the shining ex- WALTER EUGE.
post-Christmas dinner I enjoyedat "Chuck" O'Malley. Bing's bro.therprle amples of the temper of "Going >E
In our considered opinion, the who dares
person
the home of my Irlends. Vol. ts are Barry Fitzgerald My Way" It is said, for the *
;
ask for the of such crime Im- SLEZAIPAIETT
perpetrators
a
mercy lie and Reddish, and the
Mary the TlUKJly, temperate whim laughs and chuckles ber.omeI
mediately lowers himself to the level of the object of sumptuous ,cold lunches I usedto sical Father Fitzgibbon and howls as Fitzgerald Indulgentlylets

his misplaced, maudlin sympathies.The stuff myself with at the ex- Frank McHugh, genial and enthusiastic I himself be taught the scienceof Studded
Song
spectacle of telegrams flooding the Governor's pense of good old Truby Waln- !la his role as Father the game by Crosby and Mc- O Star Spark)

office, pleading for such black-hearted confessed crim- wrlght. O'Dowd. Then, too, Rise Stevens Hugh. Laugh Loaded
"
inals is downright nauseating. If these presumptious Truby wai planning to run appears throughout the film ,
trouble-makers have such a surplus of the "milk of for county office and beforehe as a famous opera singer,
human kindness" flowing through their veins, whydon't decided not to, he would (which she Is), rendering "Ha-
fetch along Nome of the bent banera" aria from "Carmen".
they turn it into channels where it might be expected II
lunches a man ever stuck a The simple but eloquent story
to pay dividends instead of wasting it on con-
tooth Into. It wan duringthe relates how Bing la sent as"troubleshooter"
fessed rapists and would-be murderers?
time
we were workingtogether to Fitzgerald'sparish
The negroes were to have been electrocuted Mon- on the old strawberry and Immediately confounds SATURDAY MIDNIGHTSUN.
day, but some smart lawyer, prompted by no one shipping wharf In Law-

knows what despicable motives, "saved the day" for tey, and he would always divide MON. TUES.-SEPT. 24 25 26
them with an appeal to the State Supreme Court. with me. However, he Frank SinatraIn ,

Undoubtedly such technical loopholes, delays and announced one Friday noon
eventual mitigation of sentences has added much to that his wife's lien had '

the attractiveness of crime in this country. topped the homemade laying and that all 'Step Lively' E ?,
sausage wan $ 1far
The ones who are asking for leniency for the negro gone. Then, the very next 'a
rapists today are more than likely the same set who day, I read In the Telegraphthat ,
will be begging mercy for Hitler when we finally get Truby had withdrawn Coming to ParkBringing _

his back to the wall. from the race.Twentyodd ___ -

Let them rave. Let them rant to their heart's years ago, while to the screen a spark-

content. Hut above all, let them go unheeded. Mary, Eva and Roy were visiting ling musical version of a famous 2?
relatives down South, Vollle
Broadway comedy success, "StepLively"
Pearson's Opinion DREW PEARSON, au- and dinner Dryant Invited me to eat stars a sextette of top S . in 'Q brand-new
with them, explainingthat
thor of the Washington kind
Of FDR's Leadership film favorites In --- of
they wouldn't have much- a gay melangeof e roleIX !
is Highly Valued Merry-Go-Round column, Just left-overs from their Christmas songs, laughter and romance.
has never been known as dinner of a few days put It opens at the Park Theatre

a Roosevelt-lover. In fact, Well, if that was Just the leftovers Sunday for a -:::::::,....;
three-day i;
he is just as apt to criticize the President as to praise I'm glad I didn't have the run. ; ''
him and that-in our opinion-is what makes his chance at a sure-enough Christmas Frank Sinatra George Murphyand

column worth reading. It is in marked contrast to dinner, for-If I hadmywife Adolphe Menjou lead off the :

poison-pennings of the Westbrook Pegler school whose would have been a sad sod- Impressive cast, which includes --YQ9 I
authors wear blinkers of hate and whose opinions!' widow the next day. Talk about Gloria de Haven, Walter Slezak 4

therefore become valueless because facts are distortedto 1table groaning under the and Eugene Pallette, all sharing III. /
weight of good eats, well If that "'''' /
fit the already foregone conclusion of the writer. table didn't groan, it must have stellar honors In the fast-paced '
What we're getting at is a recent Pearson prara- been because It was used to story of a Broadway producer's -a' "

graph appraising Roosevelt as a war leader. The Presi- toting a load Ilk. that.I hectic career. How the luckless I ; 04 .... j .
dent has undergone so much abuse for daring to referto attended a Joint BaptistMethodist showman steers a tricky course ;'eo"g'eOl It '" #" i
himself once or twice as "commander in chief" that Sunday School picnic o. blll"'oll
through all his troubles 1)>,
brings o.
think it time forward witha opo ;
we high someone stepped at Klngxtey Lake one about the hilarious complicationsof
few facts to indicate that perhaps he has some rightto time and, from the loukn of the story i1 1

the title, after all. It is all the more fitting that the table, everyone's chlckenn Colorful novelty scenes of the ? r lrha
the man to appraise Roosevelt as a war leader shouldbe must have died with a musical show-wlthln-a-show, and "'

Drew Pearson, a writer who is just as apt to praise sore neck the day "before some catchy song numbers, of 'to....' C
Anyway, 'i
as condemn, and whose opinions therefore carry some car, including every tire the on my which Sinatra sings four, help .
,
weight. He recently wrote spare to make "Step Lively"
: busted on the an unus- "1 II
back
way
"Far .sightedness l I" the chief quality for a great home and ually entertaining film. ,. ly 'rAq
my wife Isn't of d
a r
I t war leader. lie Host look Hhea4lj,;-.K>metimeit yearn big eater, either although, Friends and relatives of the tl PARAMOUNt\ PlctuI wiih' 'r' $1pnA,,
, ahead. FDR can be given credit for three thing* our cons are a chip off the boys far overseas will be pleasedto :BING CROSBY :1ft., +
,':: 'J. which few people reall/e. One, in 1933, long before ohl blockhead. know that this production Is

' .. most people thought a wnr was coming:, he began diverting Now about those Fifth Sunday being shown at remote posts at '
approximately the same time that lARRY FITZGERALD FRANK VcHUGH JAMES BRO'MNJEAN HEATHERf"L
.,'J TWA fund to build warship Eventually, the meetings I haven't been to one
\' '-, lately therefore audiences at home see it. This GENE LOCKHART PORTER HALL FORTUNIO BONANOVA "
,'r- '"",', Itvpubllrann stepped In and stopped It. nut before my welvhtdoesn't ; lis made possible through the .. s a
they did, Roosevelt hud a real headitart toward a big vary much on the Fifth 'courtesy of the motion r'i i is
Sunday to what it had been picture RISE STEVENS Mua 1:: fftIA1a: :: BSW:: LEO McCAREYB. i 1
Navy. Without that Navy we would have been out : Industry through 1U War Activities ',
during the past 90 And I G .. .
days. DESYLVA awliMFw< 'JeiM PU t Dr Fitnk8uU red< Frat cast
U. S. Committee.
of luck when war broke. Two, FDK cleaned out If I were to
.. attend one now I'm
ro.. arnennlH to- Mend HhcIN, gun and ammunition to England afraid It wouldn't seem like it
1", In 1910 when the British Army boat everything once was, when old Brother

-f I at,, Dunkirk and England wax In danger of Inv.mlon. Kick liter gave thanks and Brother -
," Probably he violated the law. Certainly he brought Jeff Underhill Instated that

; down on hilt head the vitriolic oppoMltlon of GOP No- you have a bit more of the Have a Coca-Cola = Soldier refresh yourself
'" e, Unionist... Rut he navftl England. If England had ame, or a double helping of a ,
I:' fallen wo would all have been In the' Nazi xoup." dish that you hadn't yet sampled
,,' Both of those good men
We are indebted to Mr. Pearson for these' little are gone now, but not forgotten.
known facts.' And it i is' interesting ,to note that the No much for the past:

man now asking to be elected President on the Republican Whiit I'm wondering now It:
ticket, the man who wants to guide the coon when this. war U over and
try through the remaining war years and the trouble the country ban Nettled, down

some years of peace, had so little foresight as to deClare to normal again, will there
late 15 after Britain had be a revival HO to speak' of i"
as as January lQU. double-barrel l,
barely survived the blitz, that lend-lease would "bringan Sunday School
picnics, Fifth union
Sunday
end to free government in the United States". meeting. with dinner on the
Yes, according to the records, if Mr. Dewey had grounds and office-decker"

been sitting in the White House on January 1, 1940 Inviting you out to eat? I ) ---
and the GOP had had a majority in Congress . confidently believe there will
' 1. Great Britain would not have receded the fifty overage be, and I'm living In hopes" ( r
df'Htroye.h..n German U-boat almost cut her even If I do die In despair.
...., life-line to the United State However, Just to be on the p
.- !. There would have! been no lend-teane program. safe side, I'm going to try to

3. We would have' been caught on December" 7, 1911 with persuade my better-half to have
another Harrell Clan
family
',4 almost the llmallNt army In the world. reunion -
at
our home just aa aooa
4. We would' have had practically no air force. as all the Harrell kinfolk in-

' 5. We would have been committed to $ polity. of Isola laws and outlaws, finish kickingHitler's _

tion. and Tojo's dog aroundIn
In view of these facts' shouldn't we be a little Europe, Japan and on the
lenient with Mr. Roosevelt, even if he refers to him high seas. If we do, It's cer-
self occasionally as "commander in chief"? Surely he tainly going to be tough on our ,
has done more to earn the title than some of his detrac feathered friends In the Lawtey 4hl 1 1h M ty

tors would hav done had they been in his place dur son neighborhood., Keeffee writes Every to his time mother our- I ?fir, l

ing the past four years. half the letter is something

concerning chicken-fried, stewedor
0 In Andover, Massachusetts, three boys, aged eightto baked. If he can eat half

ten, piled rocks on a railroad track, derailed a Bos- aa much aa he says he can my
ton & Maine handcar and later explained that they wife will empty the coop the . .or a way to relax in camp
first few days and I'll be
over
: were imitating a favorite comic book villain. No com-
In From southern with their
Starke boarding with Ben camps moss-hung
ment needed. Rowe, charged with'chicken cypresses to camps near the north j =-
theft. woods, there's one place soldiers can relax-the Post Exchange. There they

% The Times-Union sums up a lot of things when it Now. :Mint revs Helot, and settle down to "shoot the breeze" together. Have a "Coke"
says that kamerad is a German word meaning, "I've you, l1I..tl'f'N"Iary: Mooreif they say. Coca-Cola
, and when we. is a refreshing reminder of what they left behind On t
you our non
been
killing comrades "Company Street"
your your women and children, in '_
but now mv own life is endangered, so you must be Km>rreo bun alight or from train a southbound youM- camp as on Main Street at home, Coca-Cola stands for the?*?? that rejrtsbti.

nice to me" better place padlock on your In your own refrigerator, ice-cold bottles of Coca-Cola are a symbol of
a
chicken hawse door
or just
friendly of living.
,
0 -President Hoover has broken into the news forget that. you ever did own way It's natural for popul l,

again, predicting that the war "nearing glorious vic a yellow-k !gged fryer ben or OTUIO UNOI AUTHomr' o, THI COCA-COIA to' acquire frilly abbra'r'
old red rooster, far the COMPANY ir h'"
tory". By gosh, we felt better before he said that. Ml be about all jou'll memory have- STARKE COCA-COLA don* That's why yOU '

Remember his other famous prediction about prosperity In the way of a yard full of BOTTLING CO. c a.co'UcJ"ClkC"'
being "just around the corner"! chickens I
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Sept. 29 Bunnell Here GAMES

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Oct. 6 St.Paul's Here See Them All!

Oct. 13 St. Augustine There
ADULTS 75c SERVICE MEN and STUDENTS 55c
Oct. 20 Jennings Here

:, Oct. 27 Fletcher lax I' Go To It .

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Nov. 3 White Springs Here I, TORNADOESWe're
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f. Nov. 10 Lake Butler Here .., On You i 11.1: East Cull St.

Nov. 17 B ldwin.Here FEEDS THETORNADOES
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You, Football's In the Air!
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shortage of chefs might do well of Roman gods, and an exquisitepair :guess we'd aU
Miss Reddish
Jewel Aleutian "Vets"Honored gladly
SOCIETY and CLUBS to make overtures to Tom (MeritaBead of leather-and-knltted gloves gifts Jf 'We ( !'r g. ,

I Weds Sgt. JoynerIn At Dance ) Harding . Hear he dida . So you see, girls, there are home again .could,,hi", .n! 4; ,
Sunday CeremonyMiss At USO-NCCS ClubA noble Job of frying chicken at compensations even for having timental) : \s \ '' r r"er
Methodist Circles Colonial Tea the Shrine supper in St. Johns' I your man overseas! . But I
Jewel Reddish daughterof group of soldiers recently backyard Wednesday night . I ,
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Met At Church To Be Event , ,
Mr. and Mrs. J, M. Reddishof arrived at Camp Standing from Mamie Killingsworth (Maxvllle i v -
Business and program meeting Of Next WednesdayA Lawtey, and Sgt. Nell P. Joy the Aleutians were honored at a Is the new waitress at Jerry's
of the Woman's Society of ChrIstian ner of Camp Blandlng, son of dance held on Tuesday evening at . Seems Jerry has a systemfor
Service was held Monday tuneful program of the favorites Mr. and Mia. P. M. Joyner of the USO-NCCS Club on Temple training what many Call Veh
afternoon In the Methodist I of yester-year has been announced Memphis, Tenn., were married on Avenue. streeters consider the best waitresses
church, the business session being for the Colonial Tea to Sunday evening, September 10, Music" was furnished by Sgt. in town . He starts
presided over by the president, be given next Wednesday after- at 8 o'clock In Lake Butler at Sam Baum and 1 his Camp Blan- from scratch, picking the girls
Mrs W. O. Halle. noon at the Woman's Club buildIng the home of Judge J R. Townsend ding orchestra and refreshmentswere carefully from small surrounding r
Mrs. F. II. Long led the de- between the hours of 4 and who performed the ceie- provided and served by girls towns and using Infinite patience "
votional service, her subject be- 6 o'clock. The event Is being mony. from the Southern Bell Telephone until they're tops . ,
The couple WHit attended by Company with Mrs. Jeannette B. .'
ing "The Compassion of Christ" sponsored by the Methodist Choir r.
the bride's sister, Mrs. Gladys Christian chairman in chargeof It'M be the mailing
Circle Number One, Mrs. L. D. and funds received will be used as supposed to .
Vining chairman, had charge of Rowe, and Cpl. McGrew Burch, an arrangements fur the event. season for gifts to men overseas,
In renovating the church. associate of Sgt. Joyner at Camp Hostesses were Misses Gladys S '
the program, and the subject was P .
looks home folks ,
but as If the 4.
Hospital Work In the United Included on the program will Hlandln Sanchez, Louise Thomas, Louise ?,
States and Foreign lands. Tak- be piano selections by Mrs !.. A. For her marriage Sunday, Miss Crosby, Evelyn Edwards, Betty are receiving just as much asthey're u' dN fa i I IS
ing part on the program were: Canova; three solos, "Where My Reddish chose a softly modeled Richardson, Ellen Tanner, Patsy sending . Glimpsed t3 +V IYc k $ f.
Mrs Titus Olson and Mrs. L. F. I suit of powder blue gabardine Crum, Ruby Waits, Made Golden little Edward Priest marching off
: Caravan Has Rested", "Grandma"and and a blossom In a matching to school Thursday morning- i A'1'SA1-S'S Y
Smith. Brewster Hospital, whichis I and Mrs Marjorie Sapp. NP ''t,, '
for colored people, In Jackson. "Only A Rose" by Mrs. W shade of blue for her attractive Other activity planned for the focal point for the envious eyes 4 q
ville, was discussed by Mrs. W. J Churchwell; a group of old dark hair. Her flowers were tea Club In the near future Includesa of all his little playmates--wearIng -
E. Mlddl ton and Mrs. L. F. favorites by Mrs. Lex Green and roses Intermingled with I baby formal dance to be held thereon % real German helmet, Just
Smith. The meeting closed with Mrs. Ethel Biggs; and dances by breath In a shoulder corsage next Tuesday evening and the received from a friend overseas
prayer by Mrs J. W. White. the students of Mrs. Joy Powell. Immediately after the ceremony, organization of classes In ball- . Shortly after, spotted Beverly -' e '
It was announced that Circle Sgt. and Mrs. Joyner left for a room dancing to be given for the (Cady) Blackshear thrilled to
Number One would meet the first AMM 2-c J. G. Alvarez has returned short wedding trip to Jackson- benefit of soldiers, several of pieces over a package Just received r
Monday in October, at the home to his station at Vero ville Beach. They are now mak- whom have made requests to from her husband, James,
of Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Matthews. Beach after spending the weekend ing their temporary home In one that effect. Dancing Instructorswill i and believed to have been mailed d rD
Circle Two will meet at the homeof with hismother, Mrs Frank of the Magnolia apartments In be Mrs. Jeannette Christian from Rome . Contained such ., iDRfs
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Hitch Wilson.CIVILIANS. Starke. Miss| Ruby Walts, Mrs. Ruth Stur- precious Items as three pairs of .

..,.. Mrs. Joyner Is a graduate of I glll, and Mrs. Patsy Crum and gossamer silk hose, a striking t 1I ,rg
CKq'
6 Bradford High School with the classes will be held at the NCCS Roman turban a divine sliver
Class of '42 and baa recently I Club on each Thursday evening.AndersonSchwab Bracelet, embellished with a flock. r '1 >uoE
been employed with the Phoenix r
Loan Corporation In Jacksonville Lice =
are getting medown btt7

Mrs.! Carl Knight Mrs. Jack Mr and Mrs A, W. Anderson k4s
R
Powell and Mrs. Miriam Klckliter announce the engagement of their oF t

Don't wait tiT were in, Jacksonville Wednesday.Miss daughter, Virginia Lyle, to Sgt. O.t .bottle ol
Ann Wilt of Birmingham, Edward J. Schwab of Plttsburg, i DR. Has Ligum
Mich., has arrived to spend the Pa. The marriage will be an \ M Louse KILLBH
until the service men go winter with her grandparents, event of early November. Sgt. / (.cmte.. H cent or
.
Dr. and Mrs. Lemuel Colson. She Schwab Is stationed with the Air And per bird)
into woolen uniforms be- will attend school here. Corps at Gulf'Port, Miss.r ant the tim.youf.d flock In

fore having your winter tb..pr..<1 evening a thin film
\ of the LOUSCKn.LC
garments serviced. Evenif alone the I
rcxxti. When. the+ bird (o to root, their w.1rW.. .iJ M"JfcQUN ItM f

they have been stored C too body that heat kill..1.Ii"....*. fumes It u the from simple thle nlco-way I,...... w.fler"I w I f a. P A..JJ w F If ViWwlH ......

in any form of moth s to cietuor 1.1.... pout. .... lock JbcMtw, !I..... wilt.8S
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Hh.IK: U.RTERS: FOR SneD-WAIL'41.k aohrw'MY!..
" proofing, they will need If you'catch the faint odor of that he recently sold his apart- DR. HESS' .uu It.v. Per GallOD
"aw renovating. You will be pigskin In the air don't blame it ment house 'In Los Angeles and
on those hogs that the residentsof has moved back to Pasadena for FAMOUS STOCK REMEDIESSISTR'UN'K
L assisting us in giving Lafayette St., 'have been com- keeps . .Andy Adkins really TIP TOP SUPER MARKET
;. plaining about recently ; It got In the thick of It quick . .
and the soldier the
you probably la the harbinger of the He's with Patton's army and recently 113 E. CALL ST. ST.IRKE, FLI.'I .
service that we try to 13 brand new football season that wrote the home folks on Feed & Seed Co. .
,, will be ushered in tonight at stationery that a short time be-
give, by bringing in your Bradford Park, . There'll be fore had belonged to a Nazi! . .
big doings beginning at 8:13: and
winter garments at once. I: to Lurk was certainly with Cpl. '
expect see every Cullstreeter
warming his favorite bleacher Fred Ross, (husband of Billie DRUGS r 1l'JlI} !!r
spot . But going back to the Fraser Rosa) tother day . { J JGROVE'S

Starke Dry Cleaners and Laundry unwelcome pork along Lafayette i Seems he was leaving Chicago to
St., my Informant tells me they'rean return to Starke and missed the
awful nuisance, sleeping under train that was wrecked In Indiana .
,.., 6 6 6. . r .., ..., houses, banging against the water by a matter of minutes . COLD TABLETS 35c 29c 2c cSLOAN'S
pipes and scattering fleas hither He boarded the next train, which Size
an' you .. She wishes that was later delayed while t I the
somebody would do'sumpin aboutIt wreckage was being removed . .
dV . With my pronounced yen Local eateries, confronted with a LINIMENT size:: 29c
; 0 ctr (<0'/2 g 12.STAItKE'S for country sausage, I could i

think of but one suggestion . .
Mmmmm . But 'taint legalWith
EVERY CASTORIA FLETCHER'S Size 40c i 35c 3 c


t d\h.CV"E..11.t\ ;: MOST UNUSUAL the first touch of falllsh- FAMILYNone
ness in the air, I'm reminded of ELECTRIC
HOT PLATES
other cold-weather haters, one $$3.9
of the most prominent being MI-
RESTAURANT AND II AR need do
riam Klckliter . She vows thatIf
and when her time comes she without Thomp'sonWilliams

'THE hopes 'twill be In the fall of the ser
year 'cause she'd certainly hate vices.
\ They were
to suffer through an entire win- -
dig ter and then die In,' the spring! designed for every BURNISHED ALUMINUM
1 .
1 ,'II,t.' '\gg0nro t. Those are my sentiments, too family with KNJ FE SET
. ., Certainly glad the hurricane
(dedcrualionJ something suitedto
cP: decided to Florida
0 '- 00 skip this time "

,; ..; \.0" nOO(\>. I . . Hear they were so perturbedat the' wishes of :. STATIONERY ____ 39c-$2.50
: . \ '. Camp Blandlng over the false each. Prices are
"'' : 0 "' report that it was headed this fair, and begin at l G"MANICURE SETS ___ $1.25-$5.00
; :' way, they even Issued orders to
?> tie down the piles! . a very moderatesum. "
wood SEWING KITSv'. _ i.5a-$5.oo
Y -
Al.J Add Unique Re m e d test! For POCKET GAMES r $1.00
slight burns Mrs. John Uglow I __ ___
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places her finger behind her ear ThompsonWilliamsFUNERAL
and counts nine Sorry I SHAVING SETS _.___ Jl.75-$7.50
can't guarantee results DIRECTORS
SLIPPERS $2.95Th.
TRAVELING
Glimpsed Charlotte (Mrs Char- Phone 433
r\ les) Rose n b erg and adorable .Finest In Hobbyist.and ArtUI.
t being taken for' daughter In town from Talla Gainesville, Florida Knlls! s.,." lnitan"y B.plac.abl. TRAVELING KITS .. _$2.25-$24.95
hassee for the week-end wad.; :'! KMp X-ACTO Kniv. .
Partiesand Hear Edwin St, John has really Shar AI.POCKET TESTAMENTS $2,2_5
"gone west young man"-way MOST Oomph! with lhr. oil-metal
out yonder at Anderson Dam, DEPENDABLEAMBULANCE alt.and 12 Interchangeable hanCIGARETTE 39c-l.95
: Idaho . Louis Shriver, Call-, In handy wooden Knife Each CASES . '

ofmc/'coll streeter of the long ago writes SERVICE blade partment has lit ns o easy $ EARLlEPSOM
Jroup" 5..t.
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cF.P0'tlflRR 1 2%. 19t4 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. AKKE. FLORIDA I'.\<.K KIVK' :
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of LOCAL NEWS Mrs. Cecil Blum was called to I Mr. and Mrs. C. T Wade re-I Mrs. T. K. McClane, Jr., of \ Shriners Enjoy i hold meeting on the last Tuesday -
ITS New York City recently by the cently returned from a visit Lake City was a visitor In.. of each month.
death of her mother, Mr. Sophia relatives at Sea Island, and St'l'' Stuike early this week Chicken SupperAt Those who participated In the
Moore. :Mrs. Blum arrived home Simon's Island, Ga. DeWItt C. Jones Is in Alachua j
rurnbull of Day- Mrs. Frank Hollingsworth and St. Johns Home evening's rntvrtAl n m e n t were:
Wednesday Two burner, oil l'flHt"r.
at Gainesville
p \ County Hospital In receiving (
I inrnier resident of ,daughter Penny, are spending an Mrn.. Louis Sharxln arrived In maik'v Furniture ('0. Ih'n-\I treatment for an infected Local Shrlners' Mr, and 1 Mrs. Kaspvr Duncan Mi..
were hospitably
acl' j
, of Miss Lillian Indefinite time In Miami, guestsof Starke last week from vacationof I ', and Mrs Chrl..toiloulou., Mr.
.. ,guest, a Mrs. Harry Jones. JI'. of aim entertained at the V. S St, John Jerry\
Mrs., Hollingsworth's daughter, seven weeks' duration spentat Klngsvllle, Texas Is spending an l A-S Olhmall\'nII.Jr.: Is I I home Wednesday\ evening when and Mis. C. A. Futch. Mrlnd
'ergW i 6 Bat''ma111 spent the : Mrs James L. Hair. Hotel Melbourn at Woodburn, Indefinite time here with her spending a leave at the home of 1 a hearty fried chicken supper MI-H. Nathan Prevail. Mr. and,
Fitt, he,' husband, Lt. Mrs Jack Berg of Gislain's N. Y. mother Mrs. V. K. Howard while I his parents, Dr, and Mrs' O. U. :, was served In the out door dinIng Mrs C. II Nnsworthy. Mr, and
nd Camp Rucker spent several days in :Miami this Miss Evelyn Crawford Is vacationing her husband Is on army duty Haynca.Mi room. Mrs, T. B. Harding and mm, Mr.
B.lt'| man at week In New York City with Mrs. Jones will work temporarilyat a Mae Parker left Wednesday and Mrs. II B. Alvarez and son
Petty Officer Arthur Swanbom. Louis! Shafkln's sister, Mrs. Tes- I Carpenter's. for Orlando where she will I At a business\ nt't'linghld, and daughter Mr. and Mis JamesA.
Mrs.curnasion
NICK"' Papageorge Is spending a 30-day leave here ate Mulholland of the Bronx Miss Mrs. Alton Dobbs of the Southern .upend two weeks. with her grandmother I followed Dr. M. 11. Herlong. Put Tucker 11. N. "'alrbllnk"1.\l
and Mrs. Johns with his mother and! sister Mrs. Crawford Is an employe of Shaf- I five and dime store and her Mrs J, M, Nelson Potentate of )Morocco Temple!" liam Norris Mr and Mrs NatSternberg )

I shopped, In Jacksonville Walter Swanbom and Miss kln's store. mother, Mis. Kelly and giandmother On vacation from, Starke Dry wa elected president of t h e Paul Raymond Mia
Dorothy Swanbom He has Just Pvt. Alton Dobbs who is In I Mrs. Hatalop, were shop- |, Cleaners during the next couple group, V. S. St. John wan chosen Tllll. Dunn I>r. and Mrs M HHerlong
'' non-rationed coal returned to the States from twoyears' tripling at Camp Blanding, spent ping In Gainesville on Tuesdayof :|I weeks will be Mary l'agliaroll\ of d. M. Slstrunk. Joe' Sis-
r Oct' I* Denmark' service In the South Pacific the week-end with his wife and this week.Mahogany 'Pennsylvania, Jeanette Fuller of I ftll Vice President and Ralph Al- trunk and Mr. and :'1I's. V. a.
(lfM1 heaters at >. area.) daughter Eloise at their home I and walnut le..Us at Tennessee, and Anne Melerof vai<>> was named Secietary-1 1 1St, John and daughters\ Eleanor

ore Co.Idthe< Mrs,-W. A. Stern and daughter near Starke. Denmark' Furniture ("0. l New York I Treasurer It was decided to and. Alice.

Louise were In Jacksonville Tues ..
_,
1 II
gift day.Mrs.
Carrie Barrow has returned -
to her home, ln Boston, ..
Soldier Ga., after a two weeks' visit In

[very the home of Mr. and Mrs L. A. -W'ws-,'-. T J :T:
Rennolds ,
"ttt : '
Miss Annie Mae Pearce of Jacksonville \ >., '
Have .
Should spent th- week-end at \ .... :i
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Uje home' of her mother;' Mrs. ,.. .
:
Bertha Pearce. $ry. .: ..;';
1t Mrs. James Blackshear resumed V ;<' :". .," >' ,...
U
her Work as secretary In the V ",'. ",. \ .:' .'
.
,
office of/ the '; ,.. '
/ County Superintendent this week after a month's T i\\" ><
I > .
J "' >\ <,
vacation spent with her mother- .
i 4 til ,>i x"> 1,
in-law, Mrs. T. R. Blackshear In iA
; It
\
: 1 1<\-M: .\!.
Montgomery, Ala. ,
..
t "" "" ..
Nice Line ,
new bedroom suits .-. < ,- .t1 ",
at Denmark's Furniture Co. t' &1'ft\ 4\ '
Lt. and Mrs. Williams tf'
F M. .
hadn't to : .
If father .t.
my come "
and small son, Richard Farncls,
are visiting Lt. Williams' parents Americaabout35ycarsago... y
Mr. and Mrs T. S. Williams. Lt. tlI'd

identificationBracelets Williams recently returned to the Poland.
states from the. Mediterranean be starving in .. I s (

Theatre where he piloted a P-47 '
(Thunderbolt) on 87 missions. He I'd be sobbing in France... : ...

will now be stationed at some airfield
In the states. as an instructor I'd be stealing in Greece.. r

! Kinds .
Wave Ruby Silcox, Miss Fan- I'd be shivering in Belgrade...
All PricesTAG nie Silcox: and Miss Edna Cole- t
man visited relatives In Gainesville -
Saturday. I'd be slaving in Frankfurt... '

New occasional rocker with *

springs, at Denmark' Furniture I'd be hiding. Prague... ' ar,
,
Co.Jack tF .
Friedler is spending a two I'd be buried in Russia.
weeks' vacation In Cleveland with

his Friedler.parents Mr. and Mrs. Harry ,And they ask me do want to j

buy an extra War Bond t A ''e ru

r t, rt
r w
NAT SEZ: ,
t ,' z fxe

I 3 v Ia v+
Dewey t.ezj We have been with- ,s y ; t
'FYI
out a Secretary of Labor for 12 e t ix
; {
\'('111'" and to be without! one for <

another four years would lie un- nY f
r
bearable. It wouldn't surprl-w me
\ I aBut
to hear In hN next speech that $

ue'\e been without a President ?
s1
too. "'('11. he's gotta way some

thing./ thank God, our '

,
Fathers and Mothers t 1 r.

.

DID come to Amer- j'



Stue .t ica, and during this ,


Jewish Holy I Day s


period we deem it ap- "' '
month T a
lime biickfK -
\
.11001 l sweater

a galavy: of vl- f. Q a propriate to express kagain ,

,int hu.s snug a

Unit, warm and atzy our appreciation

' 'oll'Klate. Slip-on, ("ardln.

., Tong sleeve*-yours for the rrOo
countless
of the
..ing. 1 S


,/r J I benefits and blessings ;


of this . x; f' 1,


: 3.95 to 8.00 OUR COUNTRY! r '

a



Blouse Clues

with We extend a cordial invitation to the men of Jewish Faithin



High Eye Cues the service of our country to attend services on Tuesday L



model bow-bedecked Whether, ue'It%*be"just tailored..lIltar the and classic blou-spice"or evening and Wednesday, September 26, 27 at the.:j



you're looking for. Starke Armory and to visit the Jewish homes and the ;, ;


2.98 to 3.95 i

USO-JWB.

I ,
"
I


" to college you will go- i' THE ARMY & NAVY COMMITTEE' t:
:
'"h .
.
skirts skirts. skirts Iw I
' )just can't have too
Ii
C of the
[any for you'll live In' j
tm 1 all
year long. Choose
ri>ni a \arlety of handle -

'''I>:, IttI..,, \\'e have them Y JEWISH WELFARE BOARD t l.



6.95 A Mrs. Mollie Lecin a Louis Sage O J. E. Zevin k
to 9.95 S Louis Shafkin
Secretary TreasurerIf f
Chairman Vice Chairman '



Steinberg's I



PAGE SIX BRADI<"'ORD COUNTY a c r rrcrr,Ipif-. ST.tHKE, FIX>RIDA FRIDAY. SEI'TE\lnfn.: : .-


e e. e e. e. I. e he was a very active member. IOCD Medical Units IN' :\IfE::\1\

Games were played) then delicious WHAT TO FIND IN STARKE --- THEATRES GIFTS NeededThe 1926 -IURUH 1931''
"Suffer
HamptonBy sandwiches, cup cakes and the httle,, ,

fruit punch were served to the SAVE TIME CONSULT THIS DIRECTORY National O.C.D. has notified !- come unto Me; for /hUlr(I I'tD'
Barbara Home kingdom Uch
42 friends enjoying the occasion of Heaven M t!
the local office that the need 10:14.: '.
WMS: MEETS with him. FOR INFORMATION: OF CAMP: BLANDING SHOPPING for emergency medical units is In 111'
Host and hostesses of the affair lOvIng mr?,," '
The Womnn'H Society CENTER r. ,
AND
Missionary: RECREATIONAL: James "'
Mr. and Mrs. Gordon past. There will be a meeting I Frederick. V -
were
of the Baptist Church met l left ramell: lip:,
Wadsworth( Mrs. Thornton Johns, of the O.C.D. committee at 10:30A. : us sad and !ln, '
at the home of Mrs... M. L. Wat- e '
I e. e bet }5.;
terson, Thursday afternoon, September : )Mrs. Freeman Hall, Mrs. Frances worth enjoyed the weekend at ALTERATIONS iiil-l. M., September 15th in A. J. 22nd 1931. Supt'n.
VVaInworth, Mrs. Merle Rahmes Jacksonville Beach. I- i Absent, but ) ,.
14. There were 9 members Clay Thomas' office to plan the contribution 'pm"I..I" el ,
and the honor guest's mother, O. D. Moines of Gainesville visited Pearl'slt ration Shop Mr. and Mr' s .
to to charitable
present enjoy the Royal of supplies
Mrs. Eva Dirt and Mrs. Mr
Mrs Hall. Pit Lura and Mrs F trScud:,!
Service Program on Community FlorrIe Bell Brown recently. By BurgewsMaxurll organizations. Anyone Interestedis Parents !
Missions. Mrs. Doris Hicks who At 'he end of the party, JohnL and ,;
FOOD : Field l, Ala. Invited to attend.M. randpatn.
Dennis Parker, S 1-c, U. S. !,I
was In charge of the program, wan given a nice utility bag B, Herlong M. D.
Coast Guard, St. Augustine, Is C e e. . e e. e e e
read the Scripture leanon and as a gift of remembrance from DinerMilligan's Chairman Medical Unit
each member took part In the the Sunday School and each enjoying a few days at home. Camp Grill The sun Is setting. I am aonlon \-J O.C.D.
Mrs. Carlton Chastain and
Interesting' and helpful study of wished him the best of luck and the big lawn near my bar- LOOKINGfor
Community MUgiona. At the clone good wishes i daughter Sue spent the past weekIn Pearl's! Place racks. I sent in my absentee SMITH THANKS VOTERSI

of the meeting Mrs. Watterson, Jacksonville. ballot vote to Green Cove Springsthis
assisted by her daughter, Har- Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Touchtonof Miss Ernestine Morris of Ever- week. Yes, Clay County is i wish to thank you who voted

vene, and Barbara and Betty Valdosta, Ga., were weekend glades arrived Wednesday of GIFTSGislain's my home. I am proud of it. for me in the past election for, a
Home, served delicious refresh- guests of Mr and Mrs. Bob last week for a few days visit I am now learning to be a member of the City Council. I,

ments. i Touchton. with her grandparents, Mr. and code instructor and shall teach am proud to have been voted for
Miss Ophelia Bryan spent the Mrs. B. Y. Saxon. She left Sunday Wonder Gift Shop cadets. I passed the overseas by you. I am still just as interested -
SURPRISE PARTY weekend at borne in Jasper. for Tallahassee where she physical this week. Thus life In the future of Starkeas
John I.. Hall, who left Wednes- Mrs. Myra Thomas and little will enroll as a freshman at the goes on-busy, happy. Happy I have always been.
day of last week for the Navy daughter Peggy, of Birmingham, Florida State College for Wo- MILITARYSUPPLIES because we're winning the war -Junius M. Smith.
was honored the evening before Ala., are guests of Mr. and Mra. men. and I'll get back to my schoolat I

with a surprise party given by Hershel Parker, John H. Parker and Herahel Clay Hill. God bless you all.

the Christian Church of which Mr. and Mra. Gordon WadsPEARL'S Parker are at Miami attendingto Ben Suslow's'Army Store I have not heard from my son,

business. Gislain's who is In the Navy, now for 'aq maSPECIALS

Mr. and Mrs. Andy Wall three months. He is a memberof ,
ALTERATION SHOP topped by for a short visit with P. S. Stores an amphibious boat crew. ': DT:1I:

Centrally Located Opposite Park Theatre friends Friday en route from Shafkin's Virginia Williamson writes that ep.t!
] Webster to Rlchland, Ga. The Stag her folks have bought propertyin
Reasonable Rates Good 'Workmanship
-
Miss Edna Dudley has returned Jacksonville and she Is leaving
UNIFORM ALTERATIONS A SPECIALTY from Newberry after be- THEATRESFlorida school. She hopes she can findas

ing called home due to the serious nice girls in her new schoolas n

Illness of her sister. Betty Carter and Lola 08-

Mrs. Lynn Hall was the guest teen.The
FOR YOUR OVERSEAS MALE . . . last weekend of relatives and Park lunch room 'at the schoolIs O
i Ritz finished, Daisy writes. She
friends Lake
at City and Val-
went over to Aunt Llllie's and DUOTHERMHOT LONGTALL
dosta, Ga.
GIFTS READYTO TAVERNSBlanding' found that her sister, Rosle, was

. visiting her. WATER
e. e. e s e e e. e
Mrs. TommIe Hunter went up
MAIL New River Center BarBob's' into Georgia to visit her folks HEATERS

H Tavern and her sister, Ruble, came home
NOW! By the School Jordan's Bar with her. Then they both went 0Flashlight
. . .
.
.
- .- -. .-
h - - to visit relatives In Gainesville. .

We are sorry to report the Illness tlllery. Sadie Carter says her mother
of Crystal Wiggins of Olus- Pfc. and Mrs. Norman H. Wig has been 111 and the baby, too. BOTTLE

s tee. He Is now at the State gins are home on a 11-day furlough She is going to send me another BATTERIES

Farm Hospital and is much Improved They are spending most drinking glass, as the one she
at this writing. of the time with her parents, gave me got broken. e of

:. .A..hU ir of.7.....or....a..wnllrt.. in frawt .!-- Mr. and Mrs. Math Sapp of Mr. and Mrs.' -Math Sapp, In Miss Eunice writes that the
h.ms bold photon of you Lake Butler were visiting friends Lake Butler. He Is now sta- county nurse was there and her EXHAUST
are Jest.the. kind of ChrUtmm and relatives Saturday afternoon.Mrs. tioned in Richmond, Va. children were 100 percentaclean
ptt rmt a marerse.s .,
'%*..*!.. COMBO In now andrlert .1 Crystal Wiggins and son Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Johns and group. How proud I felt FANS

.Ike t.....!... nut.".'. wl\Vri. .hlnic.. Jn(orrrndr .t Mickey of Olustee spent the children were visiting MI' and of them! She says her kid bro- BEERSTOP
',> for mulllniclGISLAIN'S weekend with Mr. and Mrs. M, Mra. Doris Cole in Lake Butler, ther goes Into the Army on Sep-
F. Wiggins. They were visiting Saturday night. tember 20. James Waters, a

Crystal at the hospital Sunday Mr. and Mrs. O. R. Crosby and former 9th grade boy, visited the RADIO
afternoon. children were business visitors In school and they gave him a fare- II

S. L. Crews made a business Lake City, Saturday. well party at Gladys Carter's, as

trip to Jacksonville, Tuesday. Mrs. ErvIn Sikes has been visiting he is going into service. They SERVICE 0
Next to KM'h' Drug Store Rev. served lemonade and cake to the
Ray Walden Is preaching her sister, Mrs. Louie Crewsof
some wonderful sermons. The Starke, who hits been: 111 for 30 guests who were present. One LOOKIN'
revival meeting will close Sunday the past four months. can have such a good time at '.

morning with a basket din Our school children Henry Carter's! O

*f OLD SARGE'S ner.vited. Everybody is cordially In- fishing in the river over the enjoyed week . . . . . e . WINKLER I
end. Most of the fish were DROP IXT
Jay Moody made business
a
small, but it Pine
certainly was a ]lot Level
trip to South Carolina, Tuesday. of fun catching them.

PLACE Mrs Tom Hodge and childrenof Mr. and Mrs. Jay Moody were fly Mm.: II. M. McRae ELECTRIC Jordan'si i
Lawtey were .
visiting Mr.* and In Jacksonville Monday. Both e e e e. e. s I CC I
Mrs. O. B. Moody, Monday. for dental work.
I STARKE'S ORIGINAL Mrs. A. P. Hallman returnedto Junior Gibson was Inducted i in The services at Pine Level SERVICE Bar :
her home in Chattanooga, Ten Church were well ,
the attended Sun- I
Army last week, and Is now II
ARMY STORE nessee, accompanied by her mother stationed in day morning and evening. We I
Ft
McPherson ;
Libretti
Ga. Paddy Mgr
Mrs. D. W. Kelly, who will E. A. Sapp, who Is working In are thankful to have our pastor 226 Temple Ave. j :
i I II
spend several month. with her, : Jacksonville spent the weekend at with us again after several weeks ..
Authorized by the {War Department C. E. Andrews and R. R. An- home with his family. Illness.

drews made a business trip to Cpl. Herman Sapp of Raiford Rev. and Mrs.\ W. E. Hall, Mr.
Operated by ExSoldierHEADQUARTERS
-
an
Newberry, Tuesday. I Is home on a 21-day furlough. and Mrs. H. M. McRae and famIly The
Dr. and Mrs.
Roy Schnauas and
Cpl.
Frank
He York
spent Sunday with Mrs. Min were
and children of Jacksonville" were 'nie dinner guests of Mr,
Gibson and other relatives. and Mrs.
for all dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Crosby,
Mr. and Mrs. Russel Yarbor- Saturday evening.
M. F. Wiggins, Sunday. Mrs. ough of Jacksonville were vIsIt- Mr. and Mrs. M. J. McRae of $64 '

Schnausu was formerly Miss Jew- ing relatives here Sunday. Crosby Lake attended church .
Military Supplies el Wiggins.
here
Sunday.O. .
Pvt. Doris ColeP-of
Camp Walters -
Friends and relatives were gladto R.
Texas was visiting Mr. and Alvarez of Vanderbilt Question
have Cpl. and Mrs. C. A. Mrs. A. P.? Johns and children, and R. R. Crosby and son; Ver-
Novelties & Jewelry Johns Jr., home on a l -day Friday morning. non, were business visitors to 9
furlough. They returned Saturday Palatka
,
Mr:: and Mrs; .A- A. Sweat of Monday.
Junior has
been in ser- Mrs. Robert
Palatka were visiting Mr. and Myrick and Miss\
vice 19 months and is now stationed Odessa McRae
0 What
at Mrs. D. C. Nettles and son, El- were visiting Mrs. is more
Robinson
Camp Ark. Susie
bert, MyrIck Lake
Saturday night. at Geneva,
Ben Mrs. Johns spent part of her Sunday afternoon. refreshing
Suslow'sArmy }oIl', and Mrs. Delbert Greenof and re-
time with her! mother, Mrs. Ettye Rev. and
Mrs.
Lake Butler Hall were
were visiting: her dIn-
Spires Andrews of Lake
Butler. laxing
parents, Mr: and Mrs. J. S. ner guests of Mrs Inez Kelly than a few
I Mrs. Johns la trying to do her and family
Snowden Sunday.
Saturday night.
Store part In winning the war by Remember pleasant hours
Mr. and Mrs Maud Rlcherson the services at
making 155 m. m. shells In an Pine
and lion, Gene, of Level every
Jacksonvillewere Sunday
: mornIng with
ammunition plant in North Little with good friends
200 E. Call Street Rock Ark. Junior was Inducted visiting Mr. and Mrs. E. Sunday School at 11
Starke Fla. o'clock
In the Army at Camp Blinding A. Sapp and family last week ening at and eight.services Sunday ev- over a. bottle' of t.-

and took his training at Camp end.Friends mellow
Pcndleton, Va. He was In the of Mrs. Lawrence Wiggins beer?
of Clayno will be interestedto
Coast now
Artillery, but has
Hi been transferred to Field Ar- know that she Is spending cldental magic interesting among
much of her time In Jacksonville which were thought transmission, You're right there's nothing

with her mother Mrs. Johns, vanishing acts and, extraordinary . .
,who Is very ill an.d has been for illusions.On like it. :
SOLDIERS
Bud SAILORS
several' weeks. October 1st, the next joint .
AND MARINES: Mr and Mrs, Roy Godwin of program, a ping-pong tournament
Webster and Mr'/' Rosa Pinhol- will be held at the Walnut Street
ster and Betty ,Hazel Green of !USO, with contestants from each ici's) T/WBECN
Brooker were 'Viking Mr. and .club participating.

Mra. M. F. Wiggins Sunday af Details of this
program will be Bob Jones
Mgr.
ternoon. ,\ announced later. ,
Mr. and l Mrs.:= *Harold. Shiverof _
Lake Butler spent Sunday -

with Mr. and Mrs. Joe Moodyand .

their children.M. .. *
JV They all L. Johns and sister, Mrs. .
REAL "HE-MAN" S. 1. Hodges, accompanied their *

mother, Mrs Bill Johns, to Gran- ..
'l 7p A ,y n' LIKE to EATat din, Monday\ for medical treatment -,= a- .. "
'' < 1.
""' : -=Lt- __, ,]
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HAMBURGERS i the First In Series

CAMPDINER I Of Joint Programs
SHAFKIN'STHE
& I Held By USO ClubsOn


Thursday evening at 8 'o'
clock at the USO Club on Tem-
HOT DOGS i ple and Washington Streets, the I STORE'

I Corner Call & first of a series of programs to
Cherry
be presented jointly by the three
Starke CltJba was given. ALL SOLDIERS
At this time William Brisbane KNOW

Featuring the best Beach, master magician, who has

MILLIGAN'S GRILL appeared tvyice around the world,
Steaks & Chops entertained a large crowd of service ENUF
people and Starke citizens SED !

CALL ST. At RAILROAD TRACKS Open 9 A. M.-9 P M. I a with Chinese his, magic costume show.to Impersonate Wearing '

Daily Except Thursdays Wong Foo, :Mr. Beach did Jewelry

, I ....... ..... -.... I various act of rlental and oc- Gifts Uniforms-I



I
.. ErTE\U1ER: 23. 194 BRADFORD I COUNTY TELEGlt.11'n STARKE. FLORIDA
".\OF. SEVEN

Club I I L. Bateman, director, and Miss I I
St. USO Truck .,:..------- .
Owners --------
--
alnut Madge Middleton, chairman of at May -----

To RegionalLrvisor I the operating committee of the ![Pick Cornish Pasties for a Picnic Menu Apply For GasW Fruit & Vegetables

of Units Walnut Street USO. She was a
L. Blair, chief clerk of the
Blanche Best regional guest at the regular Army Wives ,Patton' board. announced this week O DELICIOUS PEACHES
. i.., Luncheon Thursday and brought o
,.' ', ,1"1', the USO Clubs op- greetings from USO's In Tampaand [ that all truck owners might apply I
N: for their third r
m the YWCA visited other Florida communities. quarter. ALSO HENS AND FRYERS
ed line any time between gn..o-I
Wednesday and Thursday She expressed! appreciation of the
and October 1. It will bt
1 '
matters of program fine volunteer record establishedby
,nte' n I I airy for all Applicants to bringtheir PRICES REASONABLELeon
with Mrs. W. army wives In the WalnutHUNDREDS
ministration
__ C. W. N. (certificate of war
necessity( ) 01 they will obtain no -
gaxoline This announcement applies -
only to truck owners; those. '
I eligible for "T" tickets. Dicaiulio
I I

of details are managed and economically WAC Recruiter CALL CHERRY STS.PEARL'S .
attended that only a trained and care- L- :
ful organization can attend when the rr+v Cpl. Florence Macintosh will be ,_._ _._
In Starke all day today (Friday) .
urgent need for Serving Is at hand. .
to recruit women for the WAC.
1 She will be In the post. office
ate 1 I with complete' Information concerning PLACE
/ qualifications for the
Medical Technicians .
DEWITT C. JONES program.
| Women who are eligible for 7 STEAK CHOPS
Funeral DirectorAMBULANCE vk.ktaa. enlistment In the WAC are Invited -
.. Y 1 and urged to contact life

SERVICE i Mac Intosh as soon n" possible CHICKENSEAFOOD


Phone 7 A WELL-BALANCED but simple 1 cup blond horti>nln.r ( Wave Promoted
menu la the order of the picnic 810 lublevpovni cold water
STARKE, FLORIDA day-for picnics should be fun for FillinG l While Wave Ruby/ M. Sllcox
mother as well as for other members I pound ground b.et was on leave from her station In
of the family.Vhether eaten I I lal>lc ruhnl>p rug ixitatot
out In the wide open spaces or In I cup diced carrots father,, J. L. Silcox this week, she .. BEERSandwiches
':your own back yard, everyone I medium onion '
received word of her promotion v a.
IVi\ unit
knows the food Is the most Important teaipoons i ,
from .
Seaman 1-c to
part of a picnic. For the pastry, sift flour anti salt. SpecialistQ
For of Cut the blended ( ), 3-c. She will continue her
the
a pinch variety to spicethe shortening Into
\\\l\Jonuer (]i fi Strop menu Cornish Pasties are different flour until it is like coarse cornmeal work In the communications. department "
\ \ and satisfying. Flaky pastry: leaving some pieces of blend. however, she said.
surrounding meat, potatoes, carrots ed shortening about the site of Wave Silcox left here on Tuesday NOW OPEN 321 Temple Ave.
and onion with lust the right dash dried peas. after a six day stay In
.MRS. BESSIE DAVIS, PROPRIETOR J)) of seasoning, make a meal-ln-ooe.( Add water gradually: using a Starke.
A large bowl of fresh tomatoes knife or fork to blend the mixture
fruit, cake, and a beverage complete Into a stiff dough. Chill dough while
.e, the pick of the food to eat. preparing the filling.
The pasties can be served either Melt the tat In a skillet. Add the
hot or cold. But so there will be meat and brown well. Add the po
no last-minute rush, prepare them tatoes. carrots, finely sliced onion ask the GI's
Hand Wrought early in the day.: The recipe calls and salt. Let cook over low heat
for the new blended shortening- while rolling pasties.
MEXICAN SILVER JEWELRY easy: to use direct from the refrigerator Roll pastry Into six 6-Inch circles.
or cupboard shelf and with Arrange meat and vegetables on
Earrings, Pins, Bracelets, Rings high shortening power for a crisp, om -halt of each circle. Moisten WHERE THEY GET the MOST for THEIR MONEYThey'll .
flaky crust. edges with water, fold pastry over
Miraculous Medals, 'Cros.esA Cornish Meat Pasties and seal with a fotk.
(Yield: 6 pasties) Place on a baking sheet and bakeat
Complete Line of Pastry 450* F for 15 minutes, reduceheat
3 cups sifted. flour and finish baking at 350 F.
ORANGE BLOSSOM PERFUMEThe 1 teaspoon salt for about 30 minutes. Tell You . .

Perfect Florida Souvenir Gift
Street Club. i i\; i'UK'i IT c'oi H"r. mi \DKOIIIIc
< i\ri, rl.lrllltlli i\ cufvrll tin %-
"
Male At the Married Folks' Supper, (- : \. 'PS STORES
For Your Overseas .
Club on Tuesday Evening MianMlddleton MUliavl neli.-h. I'hiliit Iff. ,".
LIGHTERS Helen iiirll.-t.lcy lit lush |)i>rriilitntCUKO . .
CIGARETTE awarded a large
was No. 3312. t of course
Prices USO pin In recognition of the C)1I>iit: OF III.ICATION' ',' ,
Several Styles Several many hours of service she hat: ASH NOTIl'K TO .\ITKllSTATK
.
: OK KI.OItll V tot' HelenStrllrtxky
rendered as chairman of the operating 1 Jii-lovlv. "h.?.. re.Mi.>nrtIH
committee. Community ,. 18) Dunxton A\fiiue. YimkeiH,

singing of "old favorites, folk New York.You artronulfHil. C to appear on '
songs, and popular tunes followed October in I1M4 In (lie llljovcnnmtl
C'otirt RndlU"". wherein .
Pfc. Charles '
the presentation. plaintiff HcckH Faso, 182nd Band, accompanied Tt>lf>ffrai>h hull iitihlfMhthis
:
'. order In next foureeltly InHU6H. -
Mrs. Jack
the singing. Sgt. and .
Murano were aaalated by Mrs. B. witness. my hand, and official I P.STORES
Fengel and Mrs. J. O. Mullln "en I nt "'lnrk""IIIlh.ln. thin SNptember -
12 1914,
:
verytoJtj i !In preparing and serving the (OFPIC'IAI.1 SHAD: A. .T. Thorna. Nj
meal. Ax Clerk nt Mild, i'unit I
60th T. Frank I.umlrum, Btnrke, l-'lor-
Chaplain D. Vincent of the Ida, Atty for fir. ''HI5-lt-10,6,
Regiment at Camp Blanding spoke
to the Military Mrs. Club Tues-,
5a/hin day on "Military Mrs. and Her I I .
Husband In Training." Chaplain -

Vincent stressed the importance Y O42A
of having legal matters attendedto
ABOUT as soon as a man enters the YlP a/ Ir III

service, and passed around
samples of papers which shouldbe

taken care of by every army : 1

couple.A S own
CJ lively crowd o f service

couples danced Saturday evening
to btie music of Sgt. Sam Baum'aorchestra.
Mrs. W. E. Mlddleton
and MrS! M. F. Hazen hostesses,
flhiine served punch and cake. J

MIst: Bess Spanner, assistant! M

director of the USO at Temple s !lub
& Washington Sts., explained the n a TODdf
forthcoming Jewish "Holy" Day
'
-It's origin, meaning and celebration
--at the Army Wives i
Luncheon Thursday. News sum
9 to 9 maries were given by Mrs. K. W a BEFORE THIS WAR IS OVER,there may be only two kinds of
Restaurant Hours: Tuesday: W. O. O'Rourke, s
Except Shrout and :.trl! people in America ..
announcements of program I
were and made by Mrs. Roger Luhn, ,, I g itt 1, those who can still gel to work In automobiles
.. 2. those who forced lo walk.
..; Council Chairman. are
Wives'
---- - --- .... -------- Army
USO pins were presented to Mrs. If you wont to be in the fortu- tectivo Maintenance Plant .t
Shrout for 150 hours of volunteer p / nate group who will still be This plan was conceived by f'

"I'll// Meet You At I service, and to Mrs R J. riding to work in automobiles, experts in car care.
. :McDonald\ l and Mrs. Clara Ward d join{ Gulf's "Antl Breakdown" Gulldevelopeditbecause car

for :50 hours of service Club today. How do you do it? maintenance is a most important -
Blanding Center Bar Army couples are cordially Invited Just come ia for Cult't Pro- civilian job.
to participate in all of the

and Patio'enjoy especially Club activities urged to and make wives reservations are-

for the regular Thursday I
Luncheons. The Club 13 locatedat I Std: P ac'/ ,

201 N. Walnut St. fiotectyourcajrat 39dangerpomteGULF'3 / .

AIR.PILTER ndip -plugdean-
USO Supper Group Q. ing,and radiator flushing help give f '
yo Protective .MalJ1ten Plan better gM mileage.clean air filter
Enjoys MagicianThe Include Guide Registered: Lubricationwhich makes. KM burn more economically; "
ruche up to 39 vital l point with clean plug increase power; a clean "
G. I. Jacks and Jilts, married ai.diH.r.nt Gulflex Lubricant that reduce radiator prevent overheating Ater
in couples supper group at the wear and lengthen your ear'* life.
yourself USO Club on Temple and Wash- ,
Streets! had their usual
pleasant surround ington dinner on Thursday night after rkt" 4/Z tlppol/ztment' d your

which they attended the Magic '
ings in the companyof Show Beach.presented by William Brisbane save tlrase bearayr and phafoa rings/ /' r7a#Station..& 1

congenial people. All married service men and To HELP YOL'R Gulf Dealer do a
I
: their wives are Invited to attend IT'3 IMPORTANT to> give your car a save'furclmemllk.llnappolntoffers thorough job on your cur-and to*

this! dinner each week. good motor oil and change regularly.Gulf .
Senior hostesses at the dance two. outironding oil*...Gulfpride, h merit In advance. Phone or peult I
and to him at the stuilon. Then you
W. G. Motor Oil
Mrs. Finest
night were "The World's
BLANDING StrIngfellow Saturday Mrs. T. H. Osborne, Gulflube an extra-quality oil coating a s should yougetGulI'PmteetlveMaintenonce encounter no d luy when

1 )trs. Ralph Alvarez, Mrs. W. B. few cent leas. Plan . 15 services in all!
Sewell and )Irs. R. J. Davis. y
a Hostesses at the Sunday after- ,%_
hour were Dorothy -
hospitality
noon

CENTER ill representing Johns and the Christian Dorothy Church.Lappe, IIi f t r/mt

Mrs E. M. Davis! played for ( r t J a a r.Ietier tU cam t

the song teat at 5 o'clock Sunday Gaso/i'n r 4.,

B.A-R afternoon. power attack*.flea. Don't aYO% flnM1lQ1 luL z$ nu/roiv.I .1 .

WANTED Clean cotton rags.
h I waif o drop 4 I'.
No Buttons. Highest c a s
i
Mabel T. Hyde, Manager prices paid. Bradford County) :, F

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EIGHT BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STAKKE. FLORID ___ MUPAV." SEPrE.Tr
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Mrs. Green's mother, Mrs. Y. A. 'IIUTIT ('0111'1"i I"tl "'OllO -
I' ('01 \T1, Kl.olllll l> (,11 ,>- --
Harris of Gainesville and during Birth Announcements ('illt.Flnrenre.
Local Items the week their niece and nephew Helen St' u're'ald. Plaintiff -
.
Betty Lou and Jerry Harris of v... Edward, yhu tIn Sn-uri-"
IllWILLIAM weld DelVndant. t'aee N<>. 3TUORDEH .
Washington D. C.
Of I'L-BI-.K'ATrON
Miss Gloria Duford, who Is In ASS; > NOTJ('.: TO APPKAIiSTATK TrefOfte
Cpl. Fred A. ROMS of Camp nurse's training In St. Luke's OF to'LOIHI to: Edward

Hucker Ala., spent the week-end Hospital In Jacksonville spent Martin In 80 Kelly'Psrk Mteurrwaltl, whose IlocliBter residence New

here with his wife, the former lust week-end here with friends York: ",.
Mini! Billie Fraser. and relatives. You are r.eiulr""I to appear onOctober
\ : M. UOWUN'GMr. 23rd., 1944. In the above
Ed Dahmer, proprietor of the Mrs. Kffle Johns was shoppingIn named Court and uuune. wherein
Petite Photo Studio left Mon- Gainesville on Monday of this plaintiff .....Iuo divorce Pradford
and Mrs. W. E. Dowling County Telegraph shell publish till SMASHING CLEARANC
day for a ten day vacation In week l uen.Wltnecn .
announce the blith of a son, William Order In next four weekly "
Chicago and Detroit.Congressman I tH'lIutifulII11II my hand. and official
I 1 ICrmrmtwr we bane Mathews, on Friday, Sept. neal I at "Mtarke, Florida, thin September -
and Mrs. Lex I8 dinette .uitUt'lIm..rk', 17, In the Alachua County Hospital 20th., 1044
Green had as a guest Tuesday I Furniture c:'o.Clarence Gainesville. Before her (OFFICIAL HKAl.) A. J. Thomas,
A. Clerk of said Court.
,| Melton, formerly of marriage, Mrs. Dowling was Miss T. Frank Lan Quigley & Davis Lumber Co.. U Marjorie Mathews of Starke. Atty. for ....t. 9122.410113I'ItSCIIIPTIONS| SALEIMPERIAL

. I"nklll" attending Tacoa Falls Institute I -... 'A___ _____-<.
of Tacoa Falls, Ga. This III a WALTON FORT CHAPMAN
for ministerial college.

comet lung Friends( of J. K. Denmark will Lt.-Col. and Mrs. U F. Chap-
be Interested to learn that he man, Jr., announce the birth ofa -

spinal by the Navy last son, Walton Ford In Riverside
was accepted SEAT COVERSA .D
In week and ban reported to a Naval Hospital, Jacksonville, on Sept. UFO

Training Center In Illinois. He 18.
eufnlterloge Florida State Uni- t
wall attending beautiful .
-
versity In Gainesville. UUtOM) DALY SEYMOCK \ -:,
: durable cover I I1ifII
6Fee II. H. Stcoman, who Is employedIn Mr. and MI-H./ James D. Seymour with that "exclusive" !!;' ,..
the Jacksonville Shipyard, announce
Our1'9owered the birth of a '
Sunday here with his appearance.Made- ..." .. , '.
Satin spent ROC, Harold Duly, on Monday -
mother, Mrs. W. S. Stroman and Sept 18, in Riverside Hospital
GOWN and ROBE I
sister,, Mrs. S. S. Dowling. Jacksonville. Before her of all cloth or
I mar- Visor1Irr.
Ensembles ____12.05 &; 16.50 combinationof ,
Miss Frances Peek shopped In riage, Mrs. Seymour was Miss a
Jacksonville yesterday Elizabeth William' of Starke. cloth and $1.89idr.rs.n'

Smart Mrs. B. Jacobs Is In Jackson- Vtl cotton fiber in -

Shop ville attending activities Incidentto of the week for Princeton, N. J. plaids or solid ( A

djacent to 1'. O. the Jewish Holiday to visit her son, Lt. John Guy. colors as avail-
Mrs ,LT. Guy left the first Later she will go to Philadelphiato I nhle. Sedan d. $1.98

0 ,. -.- ... -.- -- .visit another lion, Emory Guy, Sour and coaches. i
doctor know that he
who Is
engaged in war work In
that can depend upon the purity
city.
EVERY BRANCH OF of Ingredient we use and the
Beautiful boudoir chain atDenmark's 12.95
accuracy with which we fill
Furniture Co his. prescriptions.Carpenter's. n-'

3nJuranceH. Mrs. James Guy Dlffenbaugh FIRE
left for Tallahassee last Friday,
and this week entered the Senior EXTINGUISHSPECIAL

Class In the Woman's College. .... el
Before her marriage last June Keep Your Bin Rolling tV.,.,.,..". Ned II.... btsm QualIIJ
J'umabe4
Mrs. Dlffenbaugh was Miss The Rexall Drug Store eGatJlNIJ III!

C. WALL Thelma L'Etta Corpening.Mrs. I Starke Phone 64 Florida Champion; TRAVEL ... wtta DIIIJI'III(

.
M. -----------'"
R. Rooks and daughter BIKE CASE VAlUi
Mra. Paul J. Hunt of Gainesville

AgencyConstant were weekend guests of DIRT EATER TIRE
Mr. and Mrs. T. A Hunt.
4.98
Mrs. Lilly Edwards of Fort 2.29
Service Over 50 Years
Lauderdale was here the first of
the week visiting her brother and 28 X: 2.125
Please Phone 146CLASSIFIED I sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. E. S. 19Ihry .tle. Deep Triple CI art
non skid Small, compact and lightwtlfht. -
.. Matthews tread and Equip it yoaritlf. LIGHTS$ !
---- ------- --- -----0 p
LurK assortment of radio strongflexible : Suckle and strap fastener.
rorktall, coffee and end tables at cord Thro 2y-ia.lick*BOM

ADS Di'nmnrk'x Furniture Co. body. on heavy lUll tell fnaBM

Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Matthews TUBEREPAIR : or tuber lies 1C,

and children moved back Into .. '"' .peelaokkol,
.w
town last!' Friday from their n r Fil-O-Matic Conn
VI'KNCKIt, ; SUPPOHTH Individually I>'!HT-Slnule strand of pearls on
il.<...111"11..1. Mm. liertha Pearce, 305 I highway between Hturke and KIngsley: Lake cottage. The KIT Approved All Sfofti
Want MmllMon tit 7-28-411), L'ltinp' IIlan.llnl1..t ilutv. Uuwura place is!' now occupied by Mr. and 11.45 In

PEUMANKNT; WAVR, B9cl Do your It Mrn.returned' Walk to newnpupffrofflie It Mrs. F. L. Durahlmer and. family. When this specimen has a hunger '
own permanent with Charm. that acorns and roots won't satisfy a: ;.,
Kurt Kit. t'mnpiete equipment, FOLINU-t'alr of rimless bifocaleyegleesss 1 he eats dirt. That's his hit- I3c ::: \
tnrliidlnat; 40 curlers and shampoo, .. gold fianien. Ownermay Mrs. John Surrency has been STOP j\
KAMV to do, ubHolutely I rmrmfottHHrinMl have l lIy Identlfylnir. Hex called to Plant and-miss way of getting the Xn.lmd.. pat.k*. ant .
l>v thousands Including; James. Martin, 1 ml. west of City by the aer- minerals he needs. ....... ....>* .
Fay MrKenxle liimorouM movie< Starkon Itnu.l 2*. Itp lous Illness of her brother. She rtrytklac and
tar. Money refunded It not will remain until his condition Is For domesticated swine produced aee4e4 for tk e Mfalr of ,
atlHfUid. KOI''''. Drug Htore. GRIST MIII will mart operation
for
profit it's better
81|U-IGt-llIU Saturday, Hcpt. 21.: Bring your Improved before returning. a tc STANDARD* '"..uB&.TrERY' yvjMtnn*. TAILLIGIIT
rorn earl)'. 1>. W. IItarllnlr..aw.. Mrs.. Eva Allen of Michigan Is make sure they get the minerals.That's .
---- ----- I.w. 9121.-2tp one reason for adding Hoc UMCIMINT Reg. $2.49
visiting her daughter Mrs. Ed Special to the ration. ...... I 2 ..... .
I10MI-2 FOIL SALE on Klngnlcy Dahmer.Lt. atres hear eooBomtoa.1
Lake property., 6 rt 60 oniM.ft. lake Good fronton'rental, C. H. Fields U spending a Then are two more reasons for .orTleo. Well-bail sad :1.98
'. using Hog Special. One tonics- dep.ndabh..
( A. Knight Up 10 day leave with his ,
parents wilt. Lila require.
"l ( watt* Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Fields at tonics that stimulate appetite and For Sa,. Nigh Driving AdJnK bl4 bracket fei
louse
tlapartmentf"or room promote better use of feed. Two
kllrhen prlvel...K..... Officer. wife their home here. He is with the vitamin D that helps prevent lamp door.
ATTENTIONWILL[ and childrail for :Mrs. Atherton Merchant Marine rickets.
We believe have
.. we given
1< 1.
124M Oalnenvllle. ItpUKKICKH Mrs. Kate Starling has POIONIO
gone you three profitable reasons foi.
AND1',0'10) desires room. to Tampa to visit relatives. She addir" !T.'Y ... .'., .., ..' 49CC1EARANCB
PAY No children. No petH. $1000 1"- was SPARe
ward. Call (lalneHVlIle 1>4M and accompanied by her two
Inquire foV Mm. Uol>..rl $150 OR MOREper ,
marr. Starling.
l.fI-IT-on.: 'black Runex boarMarked DR. HESS' KITCHENSTOOLS
crop upper and undeixiiinre. Mrs. Harold Ford and Mrs.
mo. for modern house ; Keward. A.Ito. Crosby: T. O. Carter of Cocoa
U. K, D. No.2, fox 216. lip are spendIng Famous Stock Remedies LIGHT
with at least 3 bedrooms in the week with their sister,

Starke, Keystone Heights FOR HAI.E-Station wagon 1941 Mrs. J.' H. Fields. A truck "-_' liMa wxt+
.
Plymouth. In perfect condition. Mrs Lula Edwards of near I 1.0.0. r....u-u. Water-
or at Klnfcsley Village. HI Five*U west new lladluon pre*wer St.tires, ,Starke('all!, Starke is spending several days SISTRUNKFeed WHITE proof. Kaad talk. B.4 oraatwx Ot

Fla. 9115-Jto with her I Una Guaranteed ittrtri
Phone 51 or call at Room daughter Mrs. Riley to
12, Magnolia Hotel. Foil SAL-pre-war collapsiblebaby Wasdln and small daughter In I & Seed Co. ENAMELED motor quicker/ ud pw'
,
carriage with rubber tire Graham. smoother aptrttloi
and steel itprlnirf. teed only 3 ft r DV CffP money back.
.... month Mrn. Audrey Stump.
- - .... rrJ1"OI
--- \V. MkdlHon St.. Apt. 4a, rear. 2.87 TO CLffAXfMen's ;

IF milk YOU..0.WOULD.... stork nur rows on %.:.r.J..ef [ li 8AIK 1 sows and heats, ago VAtU'First
rattle. stock hull or hoi*, two year old Hrahmn, two farm
In touch with J. n. Ortoiii. Jr.get melee. and tools M. II. Fntrli, ;r.:} ;.
fox 1147 Starke, Box 204 take I.uwley. Itp .. :
Hardwood.Rtud1J7 ::;;:
I'lty. Telephone. 411 Luke l'lIy.
116-44 KOIl HUNT-TrfUHe or nell: 3 farmhouses
with ample farm landH.
*ou S.ll.i-1931: M..d"l OnehaiiNtt has electric lights lUll..Leg
completely overruled. Me'hnn- M.1.. Flitch, l.awtey, tp
'" Irf..t. l'hon 8. wtaVki..
Ups are
.
and auk for w. N. lo'u rr"".10". it NTUA YI'I>-From my faryi. 1 red
'Ult $A .);-Phlh'o cow and calf branded. T-Jor T-J. pa4de4.nne .
Good consuls radio Mao) 1 red and white cow and Belts
at I',ark as "lOW.Theatre 101.. nlll Curna"lon calf branded 15. Reward to finder.Notify Aid il
or Phone 6. H. H llama Rains Poul- Wor.
trv Farm" _or T.'v.t.lr..n. fl-2 Itp nlall 8c.
J :98c 1.00 60 98c


FOR SALE . SAVII SAVII SAY

JI/t.lIl GRADE A QUAdIT1CAELBACKJJ

fII1 rttman r)
Pauun
Apartment Court "Vrr I TryM

Eleven Units. Total income IS NOW HERE

$3 U Monthly.

PRICE $9,500 CASH For The Boys Overseas Only the Best Materialsand

;J. .1
Apartment House LAST DAY FOR MAILING OCT. 15 Finest Workmanship are Used In . II: v.rl tft

16 rooms. 3 baths. Total Income 4 9 nd, .seal!u

$219.50 monthly. .lad
PRICE $11,500, CASH $6,000 era,
> 'Fire'One 50
NOW SHOWING

Home-5 Large Rms.

and bath. Furnished $1,250. XMAS RIBBON . . . . TWINE FACTORY. $2.25
Unfurnished 1000. CONTROLLED

Cash $1,250*;) r CARDS..SEALS..PAPERand Recapping


Home and Income many other Xmas items

6 rooms new, three now

rented $62 nished.PRICE per month. unfur ..- GREETING CARDSFor 7 for

6.00-16 IEjp411C
$3,500 CASH $1,350 the Boys OverseasNOW it29c

O Place of Businessand ON DISPLAY

residence. Call St. NO RATION CERTIFICATE
$12,000. A REAL BUY REQUIRED



W. T. Clute REALTOR /f 'Hill rOll Need find Totf8rFyjhf Assortment Little Ones Here> You J. P. ROBERTS MOTORS'


KOCH

119 EAST CALL STREET, STARKE DRUG STORE 600 TEMPLE AVE. STARKER FI'AGI'

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SECTION TWO ,,




L BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH





Official County Publication Established In 1877


TAKKE. t'LOIUD.t'IUU..\,", MCPTKMIIKK: :n, litH


Worked Hard and Praised the Lord Between Times.


ere Aren't Many Left Now Like Uncle JunevbufirMary . I( Need For PulpwoodWon't .

I

Mary Jo Kent 1r M really believed him. That's when went on slowly, "He died with Stop On V-Day

| seems to know i they stopped, his pension". his Bible tied fast around his
|pbmj little old ,\n.Jrewlbt'rt fey t tv : Marzle dismissed the un- neck. We burled him with It I ____ _,__ _. __ _h -

to be known by the happy thought as colored on. . . . . . . 'I Southern Producers Praised For
Ee (,f June)blllt. Perhaps | folks hate trained themselvesj "But he left a big, red ..
kiw to long ago and fary j! do, and went on, "Truth hook with Ills own and the TI1eressa Record Breaking Three-

that there's nobody t I' Is, he was born over' near Lord's ..a)In'" In It . good Month Period
IVrnandlna, right here In :Miss Mil,
remember, for the stuff and helpful. I wish Bv llagan
to h Florida. That W11>l1.C'k In . . . .
daikle war pa..t M when slave times, you could sort of curry on "When the shooting; stops: in Europe; there will be
when
an
before sunup (Inetll' folks" wore for Uncle Juni'jbui . In Mr and Mm. Rupert Ziegler
(dint ]Jut
', the 6th of Sep- t .a thing like a nightshirt the paper. I mean" and daughter Judy of Gainesvillewere immediate and enormous reduction in the demand for
j '''''''ad of their' pants". She visiting his father, J. J, shells' tanks
libcr.,! Heard The Angels, jams. planes' and other armament and ammu-
giggled in spite' of the gravity i I "The book Is Ziegler, Sunday.
.it everyone knew Uncle true because the nition, but there will be only a slight decrease' in the demand -
In her sad, dark r>es. angels talked to Uncle Mrs.
though, and sighediiscently Juneybugday Clam Adkins and children -
bug when the news of Marzie's story meandered on I and night. He was never of Jacksonville. were visiting for pulpwood products Keep: our armed forces: in

peaceful passing came to to an account of her uncle's service alone. He told me so. 'Nothln' Mrs.. Adkins mother, Mrs. Swin Europe supplied with food, clothing:( and other necessities: ,"
[ with the Confederacy dur ever happens that the angels: dell this weekend Frank Hey ward, Jr., War Production Hoard Southern pulp-

the white folks he was a ing the War between the States. don't tell. Remember that Mar D. J. Phillips" and daughters wood consultant, stated this week.
| touched with an aura of Ua Uater Boy zle, he said before he went Mildred and Elizabeth were business -
t. one of the few re- "It was his Job to take water away visitors to Palatka, Saturday. Urging pulpwood producers not to consider the celebration .
.y ,
darkles who suggested of V-Day as a signal\ ---- --- -
ing I "
during the actual hostilities .
, s .
[aa-oclatlons of black and y y / Miss Ida Hagan and Mi,'". C. for reducing their pulpwood Heyward who la on leave to

people in. an earlier and . reading the word His I A, Cox of Miami were visiting output, he pointed out that the War Production Hoard from
lanter IJay.suggested Mrs. H. D. May of Hampton on his regular work. aa manager of
perhaps, the trying. He "taught the Word" shantywas Monday food and countless: : other supplies the Southern Pulpwood Conservation

of a fat black mammyng . preached it . sang it . I p Mr and Mrs. Beck, Mr. and required by armies, Association, commended
behind a plate of steamhot pounded It out on a decrepit old humblebut Mrs. W M, Dees and Henry whether fighting or not, southern farmer and, other pulpwood -
cornbread on its waye piano that was minus half a Ss Thomas were visiting their Meter producers for their exc..-
table . or the 'gator dozen yellowed keys. Mrs L. R Britt at Lake must be shipped 1 in packages lent production" thin year"Tho .

of a trustworthy servantall And, too, he pulled his head his yard Geneva, Sunday. I made of pulpwood products last three months: have
the more 'skeery' by out of the clouds long enoughfor was Sewell Thomas Is spending this' "After V-Day in Europe been rccord-bieakera In southern
,
,light and its creeping shad- a serious study of the prob- flower week with Mr. and MI.... Ilrltt I pulpwood production and every
[closing In around a wee lems of his race.: I of Luke Geneva. IIl'ywUI'd'laid/ "the hundredsof pulpwood cutter deserves tho
ejed listener . or yet He begged the curvaceous filledto v I !Mrs. C. A Cox of !Miami !i"I thousands of Americansin : grill Undo of .the nation for hU.
the rocking rhythm of young colored gals. in his com- i j1', Nt I visiting! her aunt, Miss' Ma Hag- that theatre will continueto part In meeting n terrific nhoitago -
(" spitltuals floating throughopen munity to "have none of the ; I nn and Mr D. J, rhllllpn and need! abundant In tide. vital war material,"
[ windows of a nonde- white soldiers" who forgot them family.Mr. supplies of lleywnrd IIRI.I."Suutlll'rn .
the men who were thlrstln1. he Mrs. J. A. Milllkln all These necessitieswill .
", unpainted church. selves long enough to come look- "Then humlnpd, catchy and and tjpes. pulpwood producers
lie.\bug personified things ing for them in Reno. He tailed He took It right up to the front low-like, a tune he's always and children i of Ocala visited for the most part, be have done a magnificent Job but
these and because he did with justified Ire at the insolenceof lines where the cannon was bust-! loved. I knew It quick from Mr. und Mrs. A, I* Sulllvnn on I we can't' rent on our laurel for
hltt folks loved him the suave negro bucks who In' and when none of the other the times he's sung it ID church. Sunday. shipped from this country, there will continue to bit1/ sub

iclliicnrc I'or Good flaunted boom-time greenbacks ones would do nothtn'; but lay "An angel In the Ilenven Mrs James Swindell was visiting and It'H up to the [pulpwood [pioducers I Htnntlnl demand. for pulpwood
with their faces in the mud aud relatives in Lake Geneva, products In the :
done lulled mail C'omi" European and
the darkles, Uncle Juney- before the penny-poor stumble- name.: to supply the raw material -
| meant something different, bums sulking in the stale beer- I their I! hands: over their ears." I along; Come along . iiiul I Monday ) for packaging these Itl'nllI'l I I'arlflo theatres of" war for along
thing more; and they stood permeated corners of the honky She looked far away as she let me Itn.n angel In the time to come, he con
just as they have been doing i, cluded.
we of him even as they tonks. He asked his neighbors finished with conviction "Not I He'iven done called mull ...,
Him, to give their apron-string off- one of them shells ever touched ntme. C'ome atoll!; . Come !

For Uncle Junejbug notIy spring milk Instead of soda pop Uncle, though. He was spiritual, along . .
l could talk longest and between vitamin lacking turnip you understand He knew it "Then he pointed up and Bald I i
dt, In ".in confeNSton green and cold biscuit meals. then. He still knew it when he'I -----------------------.1:
one word. It was 'Homo'"That BDY MORE THAN BEFORE
*tlnV but he made good Built Remarkable Home was took home She paused i II
1 medicine from recipes When he had time for himself, to .whisk away a single mammoth was the end of Uncle I

t of his own head". Herrle Juneybug built his own house. tear from each eye then Juneybug", she etid'; simply. ------ .. : --------o
------- ----
I a fine son when he want moonlight when other folks had . . . . . . .
,t 80, and he could wquekh no other work for him to do.
Mink brawl with the "oftl Much of his earnings he "gaveto LawteyBy i
!1,1 lire about, neighbor the EVELYN: WARREN
; why .Juneybug's ramshackle cot- . . . . . . I
rd's l got his on c I
eyes you tage is a weather-beaten hodgepodge ,
Y, y4ylv1
Mrs. J. T. Prevatt and daughter -
ick In the early days of the of Coca-Cola signs, second
graph. before modern mar I hand shingles and scrap lumber. Nora Lee were shopping In
""ry had been Invented to Gainesville last FridayMr. ,
the printer's burden, Uncle The Incongruous result of and Mrs. H. C. Kelly and
hit efforts, however, Is somehow -
children relativesIn
visiting
)ibug came In on publicationto were
"pull" the old Washing- overshadowed, if not New River, Sunday.
clearly erased< I, by the beautyof
band press, and help with Arthur Taylor, who U servingin
other routine drudgery Incito the straight rows of clean, the army and is now stationed -
getting the into Hweet-Hmelling blossoms that in Texas is home on furlough -
paper the . the
brighten yard
with relatives'
|hands of its readers. He "
> great pride in his part-time geometric patches of clone Elmer Crews spent Saturday
cropped trans that divide night with Marvine Warren
seeming to feel that he 1 1I
I helping somehow to educate, them, land the memory of Joe Harrell. Jr., of Jacksonville -
I'ncle June bug, himself, sitting
pen and amuse his "white j was the weekend guest of
on the stoop, looking hU parents, Mr. and Mrs J. H.
f over his. spectacles at h I.sfa'orlte Harrel, Sr.Mfsses .
h, Juney tug:; had been a i &
|K of all trades" . and verses In the Good Irene and Carolyn Pre- x
(
'er of some . certainly an Book by the light of an eventide vatt were In Starke, Monday evening o
nun.Another .
iiement on the original
e. of Juneybug's more Mrs. Harry Highsmith of Jack 1 P

\HorUed Long and Later lucrative sidelines was his moss sonville was visiting her parents,
instance. he was a fine gathering. First: he pulled the Mr. and Mrs W H. Edwards on
y grower placing the young shaggy, gray beards of the Monday > 1 1r
berry plants In the mellow Spanish moss until it fell from Miss! Debbie Phillips of Max-

Isoll,. come late summer, with the giant oak trees. This, witha vllle was visiting her brother and
[tendon long unwieldy pole which the sister-in-law, :Mr. and Mrs. O.

garsetting roses white folks found It difficult to i J, Phillips, Sunday I

[He,, lix>\kel up from the manage without getting a'bit I. . . .
under the collar.
"I earth, too, to a rich warm
Id bi-uutlful, heaven con'd Juneybug didn't wear one and WooGlawnny ,. r' If II t harmful tF
% by his" own fruitful accomplished the moss gatheringwith r. fre'er' t lo our win effort,
[uEinatlon./ lie carried his" comparative ease . and Mrs. Myrle Hafu.*.. y r+ 1 ',; don I repeat itt
r''+n and his faith to church for what he thought was fair' I . . . . . .
| help the other colored consideration in coins. There will be services at the
'lkt he stored the moss for [ ; felt
to believe an ardently f Next Woodiawn Baptist Church each + a
hI' did future sale to truckers whose I Sunday; Sunday School 10.30: ; &'
115 was the hardest task of business It was to make the Church at 11:00: ; Young People's
I the hard work that Juneybug rounds of collectors a couple of Meeting at T.30: and Churchat Thinking Americans Today.
a'. But _he never stopped times a year for factories whereit 8:00: Sunday night There Is .
for use as
was prepared also Prayer Service held each
I stuffing for mattresses and upholstered Wednesday night at 8,00 o'clock
furniture. Come and bring soaleone with ARE NOT TOO FREE WITH FREE SPEECHSince

Juneybug always chuckled to you.
himself over this. Getting paid Mr. and Mra E. D. Prevatt and
founded priviagainst spreading rumors thoughtlessly
the white our republic was no
twice was getting children of Jacksonville spent
folks both coming and going. Sunday at the home of Mr. and lege has boon guarded more jealously than or circulating information helpful to the

I That was worth an extra pinchof Mrs Lewis Rafuse. I tho right to talk things over-a right for enemy. It urges us to challenge tho person
snuff. Elder and Mrs. O. J. Hauler- .'
DependablePreserver Vivid Imagination son spent the day Sunday with which men had fought in vain for centuwith "inside information on the war" by

In fact Uncle Juneybug was a Mrs. Rachel Browning. ries. The more viewpoints diacuiwed, tho asking him, "Where did you get your gl Ittil
great Jokester despite his strong We were proud to bave Elder
clearer national vision and the a
our "
ife religious zeal, and too, was often ,,0. J. P.aulerson fill his regular facts? It reminds us that tho enemy lays rr
carried away by his wit Everyone stronger our national unity. t ;
so he told I I appointment here Sunday. important plans by poring together little ? '":! ?
imagination that enjoyed the services.
and
important in an emerenty. things some folks believed were I I' Mrs Lewis Rafuse and Mrs. Today, public opinion in America asks scraps of offhand: information. There is

r. You need depend- not true.A 'IL. W Page were visiting Mrs.i ua all to protect our privilege. It warns us no such thing as unimportant gossip
beloved niece Marzle i Alma Dyal or' Hampton last VThin tt proJuct mainlalnithi
bIt Automobile Insurance Barnes, at whose home he week. karacttr that peopltrnptct
dere away", excused this Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Rafuse, they: art qniik to
In emergency occurs. "passed explanation R. In addition to supplying the armed forces with glider and bomber fuselage frames, wing demand il, Gintrjtioni ago, 1
trait with the satisfying Mrs L. W. Page and )fro O. t
and foodstuffs Anleuser-Iimach produces materials which the ",041"D'.u'I,, net
that, "Uncle Juneybug was- Prevatt were visiting Elder and parts gun turret parts go !
Buy it now! n't lying, ever. He was telling Mrs. O. J. Raulerson :Monday into the manufacture of: Rubber Aluminum Munitions Medicine's B ComplexVitamins a burr la"/.J-.11"ct", part, good anj till in
what he read about in bo Io/ night. Hospital I Diets Baby Foods Bread and other Bakery products liHgHnhtJ in uniform

Charley He read eo many books abc tt Mrs. C. F. Miles and Mrs. Net- Vitamin-fortiiied cattle feeds Batteries Paper Soap and Textiles-to name a few. goalie Ttat't uhy: ptoplrtferyu
E. Johns far away places: ant then he tle Starling were visiting in 'btrt taft agrteJ thai
Agency thought he'd been there." She Jacksonville, :Monday. Hut/uttirr il "lamttting

'"* 13 STAUKE, FI .\. J voice spoke as In a she fretful continued moanln'"Once-low WANTED -Clean cotton rags. ]B U d.: s e 18 itt mart it ii than Iht moil teir"popular. No uontltr bttr- a

the Philip ... .... biliary.
he read a book about No Buttons. Highest cash ...D. u o.r DOO.
I pines and got to telling folks prices paid. Bradford County .31 0 I'ld
"aTHg TRAVELERS Hartford he was born there. Somebody Telegraph. tf A N Ii E USE R- BUS C H e S A I M T LOU I I

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STAKKE. FLORIDA _ _ _ _ _ _ FRIDAY. SEPTp
PAGE TEN BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPh, -- -- _ mF.R"


I eat at Starke. Florida, this Sep hama -.......;.

. . Miss Gladys Everett of Jackson J. L. Robinson and Mrs. W. H. C S S S C S C C CS S ler and Pvt. and Mrs. Norman tember 11. 1 44.OKPICIAti r""fd..n..p Ablaha.l I. ,..If, ., ., ,,' )
of Richmond Va., were I I SEAL A. J. Thomas Astoria <. I
,
Wiggins ( I."O! i 1- '
Mra. Hanna
Parker. and Mrs. "
t '
ville. RisingBy Mrs. Jack Sapp and Mrs. An Clerk of said Court. You at... r. '' 1"
FarmIJy visiting "
State J. G. Caldwell and daughter Klllingsworth returned to their evening.Mr. T Frank Jjandmtn Stark, Flor October i.ihnatnetl ., 'I 'II I I. '1I,:>

In home Sunday afternoon while Ruth Bennett Sunday ida. A ttv.: for PIt. Dll5- t-l 018.iv Putin, 'b. ta
Frances, pent last Wednesday NOKM.VNMis. : \ I
:: EDDIE Plaintiff
:\'I'II. IHjiuiVhil( I MItS. Gordon Jones and HI. i, '
< and Mrs. I -1
Ocklawaha with Mr. Caidweil'sparents Mrs. Stevens remained for a ..1I1..I.r "'rorni DR 'OFOIlIl County Ti-I.
C S C C C C C C S S S S : '''I'' I,..
. eee..e see. ) Mr. and Mrs. J. 13. Caldwell longer vlnlt. daughter Carolyn were in Jack- (''-OI MTl. FLOIIIU. *. IV: CHAN.Mlrhael' Order In IHAVItnosd ,\ r I'' 't

SUNDAY SCHOOL 1'ICNIC Mrs. E. J. Harris was In Tallahassee ElvlepDiigger and sonJ. : sonville, Frlay, on business. : ( lit V. D. Ormi"by, Plaintiff, v". seal at :si, UK T,t'.I'' .. 'j\ 'I,

The Community Sunday School Visitors of Mr. and Mrs. W. Sunday and Monday toenter E. left Friday for their homein Mrs. E. L. Crawford with her Is motherIn spend fendant.Itnuhama Pane Ablahndlnn No. 3300.Ormsby, De teniber t"t.t i 1"H'I' J ''I I

had a picnic ut Gold Head Branch E. Dowling last. week-end were her niece, Miss Wanda Llthla after spending a week's'vl..lt ing a few days ORPKR OF PrnLIC-ATION AH IOFlrl"I Clerk ,: 'I. \ .
"r ,
Saturday( afternoon. Explorationof Mr. and Mrs. If. T. Hogan and Hart'Is of Qrcen Cove Springs with her mother, Mrs. J. E. Jacksonville. ANt> NOTICR TO APPEAIl Walter f. \1.1.*:""", ,. \
STATE OF FLORIDA to Uou- I I
the ravine and swimming afforded BOH, Lonnelle and Mr. and Mrs. as a student at F. S. C. W. Norman. : Fla, ALt>'. f..r ,I',' .' B

Interest and, pleasure during Mint Harrison of Jacksonville. Clyde Dobbs of Gainesville was Mrs. J. E. Norman. Mrs. Elv- I ' -
Ed- I% i utr"i IT rot it r. mi \iiFomiIKHV.
the'houl'll before supper. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Moody of with Mr. and airs. Arch Dobbs lee Driggers, Mr. and Mrs. ('(111" '. 'LOIU") \ I I" tlI tb.-' MEET YOUR

Those invited( to attend were the Lake City Rev. and Mrs. Bert last week-end. Returning home die Norman and son Herbert I FRIENDS AlY

Bawls of High Springs L. Knabb Mrs. J. U Jacksonof Emma George Plaintiff VB. Hugh
were visiting
in
taken
families that have part with them were his wife and Cane No :.1316OHDEU I

the Sunday School at any time and Mrs. Emmie Dowling of daughter, Bobby Faye, who had Jacksonville, Tn 11 rsc1IlY. aorR, Defendant.OF PUBLICATIONAND '

since Its organization. Monlac. Ga.M'i been visiting Mr. and Mrs. Arch S 2-c William Morgan of the NOTICE TO APPEAIt ' SRESTAURAN1

a. J. R. Kite was the guestof Dobbs for a week. USN returned to base Thursday STATE OP FLORIDA to: hugh

('I.unUETINO: : her uncle and aunt-ln-law. OcorKe. whose reitldence Is 214
COMMI'NITV: : after spending a 25 day furlough
Mr. and Mra. M. D. Carter had O or-
I 'v. Magnolia St: Valdpsta
At the regular meeting of the Judge and Mrs. Glenn Terrell In dinner with Mr. and Mrs. W. O. with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ifla.

Community Club Tuesday. Sep- Tallahassee last Thursday. Ed Drlggers of Llthia and his I You are required to nppear on
at above
Strlngfellow noon Thursdayof October Id 1944, In the
tember 12, officers for the ensuing Arriving In Jacksonville by: last week. grandmother, Mrs. J. E. Norman.Mr. named Court and cause, wherein UNDER MANAGEMENT OF

year were elected us follows plane, Capt. and Mrs. Martin Mrs. J. R. Rye of Macclenny and Mrs. Ray Johns and i County plaintiff Telegraph seeks divorce.shall Bradford publish ROY JOII\<;O\

: Grlner, Jr., came Friday from spent Saturday night with her little daughter, Gladys and Mr. I thin Order In next four weekly Is- I

:Mrs. C. M. Turney. president Miami to visit Mr. and Mrs. Mar. son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Sapp and daughters "witness. my hand and official

:Mrs. Lynwood Watts, First tin Grlnpr Sr. and MrA. Lawrence Dugger. Clara and Judy of Lake But I

VIce-Presldent Pvt. W. A. Kirkland left Sat-
An Program Chairman of W.
Mrs. Martin Griner, Second i urday for duty at Camp Maxey,
M. U, Mrs. C. H. Cope led the

VicePresidentMrs.. J. A. Bonvler SecietaryMrs. Mrs.Texas Kirkland, after having and their been childrenat with Week of Prayer for State Missions From where I sit.. fy Joe Marsh

at Raiford Baptist Church '
H. 1<:. Tyus, Treasurer the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Monday September 18. Mrs. J.
Mrs. I. J. Williams and Mrs. J. A. Chesser for eleven days. ,
M. Bradley Mrs. Lynwood Watts ,
,
Bert Chambers were hostesses for Mr. and, Mrs. Robert Dukes of
Mrs. A. W. Bates and Mrs. Bert AmericanHomes
Keeping
the afternoon and served coca- Jacksonville were overnight
Chambers attended the meeting.Mrs. .
cola sandwiches and cake. guests of Mr. and Mrs. M. R. ?

Holmes, Tuesday.Mr. L. F. Chapman and Mrs. # r Intact

Guests of Mrs. Drew Sweattat Fielding Chapman spent Tuesdayand
\ and Mrs. Dave Thorntonand
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wednesday of last week at

Forrest Harvey during the past children, Miss Melverna and the Roosevelt Hotel In Jackson We're great home lovers In our Mom and Sis sit down to write
Dewey were dinner guesta of STEAK
week were Sgt. Andrew L.. Leslie ville. town. Family folk-like most their daily letter to Ben Jr., CHOPSCHICKEN
Mr. and Mrs, Cecil Brannen In
I' of Camp Swift, Texas, and Lake Butler, Sunday, being Americans. So when war came they're closer together than ever

and the boys left in uniform and . bound by a strong and common -
those for the
IV ('IIU'.I'r fOI ,,'r, HIIADFOHII among gathering
('(II vn. "'''' HIU.\ | IV CIIAV- celebration of Mr. Brannen's the girls went into war plants purpose-to keep their family
WE
(''':'' i'. intact.
birthday. folks began to shake their heads. their America,
I
ormld R fiirtU, rinlntlff, vn.

Omah f. Curtis. Defendant. Cine Mrs. Sanford hUtch and her Take Hen Ryder's family for Prom where I sit,the strength *
No. !HH21.OHI '
>KIl OP PIITILICATIOM son, Gene, of Starke who for SELL Instance-all doing something of America lies In that family

8TATI-J ANI I> NOT1CR OF FLrOIlinA TO APPKAIl to: Omah 'merly lived here were luncheon different. Young Ben's In the spirit-In the tolerance and mu-

('. furllH whose residence In 218 guests of Mr. and Mrs. P. D. .k&JC7r HIGH Navy and his sister's in the airtval respect and understanding BEER

Mouth Indiana Street, Warsaw Indi Fancher, Monday. QUALITY plane plant. Ben's foreman at that have made the Americanthe

ana.You are required to appear An Misses Mildred Williams and f j BAKED tool shop, and Ma spends her family a strong and vital force

October 16th, 11144, In the above Roberta Whitfield went to Tallahassee .
named Court and cause, wherein GOODS days at the Canteen. for GOOdIAbrokenhome !
plaintiff seek dlvorre. Bradford Sunday to be students at I .
ALWAYS
County Telegraph: shall publish I thisOrder F. S. C. W. r ? Don't you be- L' OPEN 8 A. M. 2 A. M. EACH 1>.\}' EXCEPT MOND1

Witness In .net my four hnnd weekly end l issues.official Lt. H. G. Davis, Jr., of Tampa TIlE Ueve It! When Ben relaxes with goe111 BREAKFAST LUNCHEON HISSER

dual at mark.. Florida, this Beptcitilxr spent last week-end with his 'tis evening glass of beer and

(OKFUMAL.19th, HKALi: 1B44.) A. J. Thomas, parents Mr. and Mrs. W. N. LAPPE BAKERY Sandwiches And Short Orders

AH Clerk of said Court. North. A a. 95 /a Series Copyright, 19It, Brewing Industry Foundation
Stnrkr Florl.la.Atly. ,
&
KnlKht Knight,
Pvt. and Mrs. David Skolnlk
... for 1'lf. 16-4t-10i|! - --


Wf"r War HandffY'Mfff Rita have Harriett.named their little daughter CLIP AND USE' NEW COMMUNITY CEILING PRICES FOR FOOD)


Mrs. W. J. Ward, Miss Leona

// <'/l f tit Ward and Franklin Young of CalLiNG PfJlCCS FOR OfrCMjrS i fCIUNa PrtlCES: FOR ITOUrSU. >$ I..' CEIUNO: MICKS FOR ONOU-* CEILING PRICES row OROUNSua

Inverness were with Mr. and 5... and Con. OPA OPA and Con- O4 A O4". S<|o> and Con. OtA OP" and ConOH ttamtr
Your In tt1nnnt tain.rTyp. a a tain.rTyp. # & # atPHUburr lainar Typo # 1 2 Typa 91 I
Mrs. J. E. Chambers from Wednesday -
BABY FOODS LA rl.ht ,........ Flour.0 ... Pk..n .1? MATONNAI8B!' (ConUKrafta ) BAKED BEANS (CoaUtl I
In America * until Saturday of last 'Wo, Pillabory. Pinrako P'lou..o... Pkc. .14 .14 .............-.........I pb C.laa< JTKrota JTju Libby ..... ......-IT 01 Olan II
R..b.Nut. strnlncJ .. ...... ..401"' Glaaa .05 ... a.. tlhfwi Cako Plour..........44 .... Pkc. .n.J2 ....._..._,3> oa. GI... JUPloaZmc .G..u. P..k..I ;.;,;;-......No 101 Can IIPhillipat
week. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Chambers Hco. h-Nul, (.hO I.d........._.1t" ... (,lau .U." SufUatlk C.k. floor..__.. .....44 .... Plot n.at ._..........._.. ... Claaa .IS J* '. ...........:20 OL Caa .ItRaolm
Cj.pp Fw.. v.gc.t.i..4. ... Ulaaa! ..0 ..0 Swan., Po rn c.... Flour........44 ... Pkc. J3 Jl "... Food -...........-...-----: .. Glaao: J* .54 Pork 4k a..;;:.;. l IS o, tan II
and children of Monticello I F...t. 0'.toed ........4% ... Car) ... .n .. .. .. ,, ____ .., DRRSSINCtMlratlo ..............::::....:.1* ot Can liRitt.3
tl I.|.|. goupa. ................. .44 ... Glaia ... ... "" "" .. BALAD .. ............... III.. u. I w
Every SliceEnrichedl were with Mr. and Mrs. Chambers Clapp: Bnuna ... .... .. .........4* ... Can .. : FRUITS AND FRUIT .JUICES. CANNED. Hiroclo Whip Whip' ........................._.!1. .o.... Glaaa GI..a..18 JlBornan Van'C '"-t.- ."......-.-.-- 1 oa GI.M .14
last weekend.Henry Clapp: ::::'::: V.teur.Nm..TH: 8. oa. Glaaa : .13 Uu-aelo Whip' ?_......_ ... 41. Von c: ._....... ,. I (Illoil) C.', .IIVoa
Clipp h> : EACH -
Vttul 81 it:
pi..74v 8 : JT
4' oa Can .11 .11 Vuanii K.n. .:..... .. oa. :::: .IT : ut' ..No t (lU .1) Caa
Rhoden of Sanderson, CUfip Combination, !t.h.) '......,% ... Glaia .11 .ii Dol 5ont- Y. C. HaUot.No. IH c.a.u - .
Clapp Combination. lI..h.. ... ....OH o*. C".II .10 Ruby. Y. c., H.I....._........No.. 14 Can .27J7 JlJ7 GREEN. BEANS
: CANNED -- ...... ...No i Can II
spent Saturday night with Mr.and . tbb/All! Typoa ._....4Uj Can .eo ..OHOn Kuby.' Y C,, Slicea 8H tan .25 J7XI MILK. Indka RI'''illtd., Cut. :: ,
Hard Woikina I .::::::. .. : :: = : Libby, Cut, J fan lb
Tylw. .. 4Vk Can nit H.k Flavor, V. C. iiI;.:::::: :: EVAPORATED ::: :-- .3g
Mrs. A. C. Davis and fame &'.k.f, Vtfitnbl'a..............\. ... Can .... .07ON ( 811.J..N.. 14 HVk CMocraunonlo. ea..a.1 Jt '. Oil.. Cow. ..""....." Guidon : Libby::, Cut, 3 ..:::::::: .I Cat l"
School 80' Blokely' Fruita .................4 Can Libby, Cut, 4 Hiavo............. No Can J:
,
Boy oa. M Sacramento Y .
Noatlea Fob Ploe7lnc.fa
;-. '/. Ily.MI' Helm. Strained finite, ........... :* oa. Can 05 05 RUikoIr: Y. C,'HC.I.'n.:::::: : ::: : : \ Libby....-..---..--..144 om. Tall Can .11 .11 Ooeoulo: Cut.:Cut.....2.,...4..SlovoStokoly ....' .No No 2 i Can UaNo ..II
ll.lna' Htrame d % ... Utokoly, Key It
.4M 01 Can Jt .. Y .. .
Gina Need The and Mrs. Earl Chesser and II..IU. lloef' Hrulh"llH-f; / l-v.r Boup.: 8lokly. C 5la.d No. IH Cn.Jl ... OILS COOKING AND SALAD Fey. WholoDiamond : CuNo :;
PEAR F: Sid Cut.::::: : 1 Can
Voc with I.mhC".d rod ..' .. Ton R. ,
Extra EnergyThn !! children spent lust Sunday with ll.fni. Junior, All/ Tjp........ .4S" oa. Con .10 On .10.0. IVil Monlo.No, itt Can ..14J7 J4Jt ,,.... .........P&. GIo..I. Dtomand'U L.... SUI, Hound. w Cm II
I Chesser's 0 D.I Monw...No. 14 Glaaa : Jowol .::::::::::::::.::..._.....Qt. GI 1.6
Mrs. parents, Mr. and ._ ... ......... CORNArtoaian
Loveti'sEnriched .. *__ M.on. Peak B.rtl.U. MaaolnMaaoln .. .n..n. Pb GI..a. J4 No J Can II

.....: ... Mrs. G. W. Rahmes, Sr., in -- BUTTER Oraol M..i.Croon Croam St btylo>l ,,Golden Culdvn. .Nu :, UaDol 1:
Saenuntnto .
All Brand M .. Cml
Bread :: Sor..M lb. Prb. I Ib Ctn. Jl II - No. S4 Can JV : ........................ .Man. Croom Style., Ooldin .1>0
GI..U M ..
(ff ;;j Hampton.Mr. All llr.mil, H" S.o.1 .Ib.: Roll Jl : .!i"'k.I lUartlott H.lv.a. .N.. 24 ...n.1* :" >al Monlo Country G..II.u..No UaU.I
Give All llnnd.. INI So,....<4 H,. Prt. I Ib. Ctn .oj JlJO PINEAPPLETel : OLEOMARGARINE 1 Mu..C..... tjtylo Uolilon No' liaUol ..
and Mrs. J. O. Randall All llranili. yu Sroro. ....,. Ib. Roll Jl .. Monto, Guidon lI.n.'o. ::: 2 CM .I.
All I lii.nl.: H 8c: r>::V Ib. I'ii.t: In: t tn, J3 .52 v . Cnit--------------N.. t Can 11 21 Bluo Br>nnat, Chumcold. DI.,., Good Luck ".1 M.". Who! h.rn.l', oolden.K ol Un ::
visited M '. and :Mrs. J. O. Ran All Ilrandi I >>1..Bton.. .I Ib. RoII".1 tXI Mont.. Cn.bed------------. 24 Can JO .30 and Nucoa .-.-......-.--.-....1 lb. Pkc JTNuMoid ... .".', ran' dall Jr. In Jacksonville last All llr.n.U:I IM 8..ure..H: Ib. .;i: I Ib I In., :J3 IM: 'Monu. r. "k".2. <. patch, Cr Stylo, No 2 '.""
All II....... ..4 ".t..1 Ib. Hull JJ Jl l>ol Monu. Fancy, Blicxl.No. 14 Ian bordoo Patch: Wb.j K.rn.l,1t'a::;..U oa UaHnppyvalo !'
I>
ol.'a. C..h..I..N. t C.n"" PEANUT BUTTER ........1 Iso 2 uaUoppyvalo
week-end. Going to Jacksonville .13.M Goldon I Sweat :J
.
Turner .. zJ2. --I..I.. CEREALS ..,. ..... -=:'-4..",.,' 110.Dol.a...,! Fancy Cnl..N.. 8lic.d._.No. 24. !. C.n.Can Jt.. M. Booth.Nut .....-.....,....... .... ... Glaia Jl Jl Sucar, Wh''........ ...No : '.-.... i.
with them Mrs. F. L. .,. .No 2 u
.
was -. Dolaa, rancy. UlKod..No 14 (an .M .. Boocn.Nut .....................10 ... Guuo. .41 .., H.u. .Gldn. Bntm Crm Sty 1&
rbdo, . ................._...' 01 Pkc. .14 .14 Dotoa. Gem ..._...N. Can : ................ 8 ... .IT ITJ2 I X L., croant Blylo Oldn. IIn.'o UnKounty
of Mlcanopy, who had been e"... of %h..tCrram .................4 oa Pk,. .11 Doli... Tid.BiU-.No. t 8 Can ..3'f:: ................"; .. gl... J3 Hub, Wn. k..i Olin' .II oi Uakounty ::
their guest since Thursday.Mrs. of t XDra ................ ... Pk,. ... ..la.M Nillidalt. Sid. Brok.n Slitn......Nol Can ........,.....-.-.20... Glo.0 ..43i .41.IT Kut' c..... 1It.,....... .No. : tin '11
Ooia WU.I U.......14 01. Pk,. .12 ,Ii Sid, Brok.n lhcff..Na 14 C..a. Happy Kidt ...-.............SOS i ... Gloao .IT Libby, Country .,.nU..N., I'1"Lu I
C. J. Greene of Jacksonville Uold MfNllil ONU- ........ Pkc. 27 At H.llod.to. Happy K.ut _. Cloao: JO J* >uy. ",Id. .. bwoot...........-r''o 2 Can ::
kullogo: All' linn...:... ......:: :::: : : :: Fancy, Coehel..No 1 CanM : JlJt : ---::: :: :::: j ::: Kornol No 3 liaLibby. '
Pk, 14 .14 >by Fancy, Cn. h.d..N.: 14 Con ; ) Happy Kldt ... : .. :22% GI..a. Libby -liny -- ---------;- ..
and 'Mrs.' K. M.: Williams K>)lloiu > All.Ui.n. .. . ........18... Pk.. Jl .23 LibbY Fancy. SI"'od..N.. t ea..I'.a. Johnolonit ....................5 oo. GI..IS.n : Wo. h.m.l, Co: jorU.m.n.No. : uaLioliy .II
Save 30%! Kclloun 4U-. B.... Pl.k........I oa. ".. .11 .11 I jbbyi Fancy, SU.d-----------No 14 Can ... ... Jonnotonat. ..----............... ... Ol.u Jt J4 Wh K.rnol. bldn. 1..."' 3 rio II
of Macclenny came last week k.II'n' 40'* Hn.n PlaJivi......14 ... Pk,. .10 .!. .........., Cho,.. 81"'od..No. t C.an... ... Johnoton at ....---.-......-... 0.. Glaio ..444tk ..40.It MiUord craom Stylo, Co. ".n'.N' fit. I 4 Un...
16-OZ |nf . 8 COn for stays with the family of s.Il.gg: :,I Corn PIk..5:::: ::. Pkc. .M M.It RO..O.I.. cbolco. oVmd.No 14 CanStokaly. U .25 Polar Ponf ..... Ck: .o ..Itf .."' ..,._. Wb. .....1.. _(......000..t'...... .. :
.. :
K.IIoti' Corn ruikn. ...II Is Cruahod....No I Can Jl .23 P.tor Pant .....::::::::::::: S Cloao JT J7Jt jobI.: : --------- : : ::. Cupblilipa. JI
their brother S. R. Dobson who K.llvKK Com Plakw., ..........1. ... Pk.. IS... aloloOl,. C"'..>.... ...No. 14 Can ... ... P.tor Pan .?........ .........IS ... Gloao. Jl Niblou. M.mcorn, --------------u
KoHomi P.l>............t ... Pk,. .11 .11 8tok.ly. r...,. 7'icort ..........No.. a Can.l. ... P.tor P.. ......--............32 0_. Glaio, ..78I ..71 ., C...... .' ..UalKioui. C .II
continues to be seriously ill at k.llatfui: n... !Krl.iK.llotm ........-.oMi :.. Pk,. ... .:. Slokolr. F...,. *..-t.. .. 14 Cam .3. ... PUnwt. .....................__. Ib. Cloao. J2 C.old.0 .......... .JJ* J CaProolooTCmi I
: Hhirddnl Ih..U.KtlU.mil .. ..... .. Pk,. .13 . Pmtcf ......................... Ib. G..I.. ..: 'PI..Zoo.. Cr. a. I.; Co. Go.L..N. E :,
Sol Here AtLovett's his home. Wh..... Knimil._......, ... Pkc .12 .,. CBAPEFBUIT JCICEt Sljlo. Cldn. Banum.Nn } UaRoaodalo.
Ki. ..._... .......... ....T ... Pkc. .14 .14 Drotnodanr. U....."'m.d .li ... Can is ..18.It (.. ....No U"KSSZ 1&I.
Mrs. Beulah Hanna, Mrs. Nelhr. c.. .........20 ... Pkc. .11 .14 Gold. Nrn.t. ". ...-,.nod.. ...IH ... Can ... .. RICEr .01r"Wtot. cS
II'' Rooo ............. ,Ib. . I.
Nutil' dhr..blod Wb.............,.. ... .. .J'I.J'I Sff c"&n..N.: I
Pkc. .13 .11. Cold. H. . u.. .. .......... .. Can ... J* !t..1
.....__.... "
Uluo ........
Blanche Kllllngaworth and Mrs.A. ...... ........ ... ... Strook 3 Ib. Pk..a. l..m.1 ..idn. IIwL."'' I':"
1ostImtwcluia .. .. .
- a. Pkc. .14 Indian R. G. ...... ...N.. n- ... . Ifal. w": '
lSC..jo ..... II
._.................. Ib. Pkc. ... ... .. c..
NXIOIUll C. ............ ... ... .... ..........
Pk. Jl || Indian fc Un.N.. Can II.J* Ioto<<.I Wb I. ..
Comot-Brown ................. ... .
M. Stevens of Hastings came ..,. .... ... .12 Pkc .to' .11 ...n'.N.. II.
National .M. O ...... Pk . Co
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FOR SAFETY COMFORT AND ECONOMY RIDE Kmft, Cm..Fpioadi A......,.Oh..I'.m.n"J A R.li. ,.ft.... o*. (I..n J4n I'atm Pun Rafiinit.,It :::. l'k.: Scott... County, r..N.. I Can .0' ... ,. 3 S County. T.ma.a..N.: .. ....... "'
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FOR COURTEOUS CORRECT INFORMATION S.Ipr'a P t ('h..I.nl.' ...._.......5 oa Pk". .1' ... .. .N. 1
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& Pleasant Sta., Phone 1325 Gainesville, Fla. ""'' 'fhftf are mtx-tl .", nrnl, 4>nl.-rciliim'prrM In Croup I and :PIer* fop llu majority of foorl* .. ., .

the averse ,..1, buy. They sue the hlh. prices that amp olore this trtt h-gally may .. to Ilo. u.p I 10 ci I''p ., Ihl. I. 01 top 'e.l prl. they .hop. T;_ p,..

the 1.1 iirnik. .Iwu..!.."...n "* culiuc prtcn Iff _t. ..dioplayed In each Mar*. 1010" ..."00": :.. 'k..!!'-'.-0.-,_. 00..1.. -N.u.h.--SI. jObIIfl In.u.



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SFrrEMflF1: 22, 19-11
,,, BRADFORD
COrNTTF.LEGR.U'''. STAKKK. FIXKID
. 4 . . . .1 PAflK RI.RVRN

GrahamL

L "1"1. T. I.. Ca oy
.). . . . . No boy shall diebecause

a ,H.k, Clark Js going to
wham with" her aunt,
:r 1 caaey for the next
K ind, 110; to school In
t
H'' father B. A. Clarke
[e it Camp Standing but
ks I
.,,.inferred after two
"Of failed
of Ordnance,i
\'j -asov' S :1-c we
rnB Beach spent the day .

Lv with his parents, frlenda, Mr. and of .. ....
Ty and
Casey '
b
t r A & r5'n
,
[LectionI A ar
nd MrS Carl Broughton
1 moved back into their home
!chile,,! br 1 is on furlough. Mrs.
lhton and children will re-
when he returns toyae t
llerl.' m, Texas .t \ ,IPjO 3 t

IvaIerVlceR, were held last
here l'4 : ?
[ai He Baptist Church 5
I Hemingway was assisted by ; a
jKnigh.' The regular Wed-

'J wlI,!light' be prayer resumed, meeting this week: ser-, $ :
:
L wen discontinued during : ? 11:1 5 u

veal) iervlces. \'Sc

on keep buying 'S\


R BONDS .

.

Asbestos ",

Ld Built-up Roofs

ROOFS REPAIREDALL

WORK ? ..s .
GUARANTEEDCrosby

by

& Solano '

ntEE ESTIMATES:

!, Box 68 Starke, Fla. akp

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I'S
iiVEI'I' ;alitu KSTATBGrrntfMif
ndvertber of count -
,?property. lln made over //j
,
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nilof Ilome.-Form.-
Irr. Harm. from all over the ,
Id.Free open HMInir..
[STROUT REALTY AGENCY .5 S i 0.

Itepreitented t Y p5 'J,;
_& ltaen.--0 r ,.
Locally byC. I '
| HOLLINGSWORTH Wounded Marine being transferred from Borg to PT Boat,Cope.G/oucwfer/ New Britain Army Signal Corps Photo 'ij
116 S. Walnut St. '.,""
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GET THE i ', * .'
J' f t K >< !:M.K. oil & .

;,r SPEEDXRELIEF SURE .
FOR ACID' \ would you feel if you knew And this is a pulpwoodproducingthat

INVGESTONbier's one of our own boys died community. ''..

because we in his home town failed Pulpwood is our war industry .
1
1 1 in our duty? Failed to back him up? just as important as the making of.

If he died for lack of planes, guns, or jeeps. :..

ammunition (it takes And cutting more S
PLEDGE I A I CORDOFPULPWOOD( I
Drug Store ,:
half a cord of pulpwood pulpwood is our re- "

. to make the nitrocellulose I I I I sponsibi/i'fy./ :

for each Let's resolve today.

FOR I EVERY LOCAL I i : 1 1If
shot of a 16-inch gun). that no boy from this '

Dry he died for lack of community shall die :]
BOY I IN SERVICE
a parachute (rayon is because we've failed. S 'J

.
leaning made from pulpwood). To that end,let's pledge )'g'gIf

he died for lack of medical a cord of pulpwood for every local

,
at itsBEST supplies (pulpwood makes cellulose boy in the service. Your son? Your

surgical dressings and the special brother? Your neighbor?

i containers for blood plasma). Will you back them up.A cord

Xow that this estab Let's face the facts: of pulpwood for each is little' enough
lishment
la under my
ownership and man- The shortage of pulpwood is acute. to ask. Send in your pledge now. .
'Ki mpnt, I promise
ml, friends. and custotnrw '. MAKE YOUR PLEDGE T 0 DAY CONTACT CHAIRMAN L. T. DYER '
the best to be
had l In "Dry CleanIng -

,"-.Robert O. Green E': d rt; : iW: !:J.j;{?:;"t'L ''l5jii: : rL7i iG ;;:':7II&Ji.1i ..1IBi: :.::1


NEWMETHOD

This Advertisement Sponsored by The Following Members of The Victory Club .'


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TAVERN 'WONDER GIFT SHOt At JUandinn. Center

.1/.) Temple Avenue STARIJEAllTl" SHOP
GISLAIN'SFLORIDA KOCH DRUG STORKBRADFORD
J. P. ROBERTS MOTORS
HANK AT STARKE HARDWARE' CO ;: j

Sentinels Member 1'. D. I. C.CARPENTER'S PATEL'S SANDWICH SHOP
CITY BARBER I'J
of HealthDon't JORDAN'S BAR !
DRUG STORE S. E. Sparks, Prop.
Neglect Them II. C. WALL, AGENCY INSURANCES
t,wJlK"d..lrn, the! klde.. ". to do HOLLYWOOD CAMERA & GIFT SHOP FRED F. STUMP -
; ,:r d.tre.mtr..ofsosue..ofi'x'u
00 H A FKIN'SDAVIS
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'....._ P.rttj......'1111'Tb.actoduell to waste- / LADY FAIR BEAUTY SHOP BAIWEY'S DRINK STAND .
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'..bl".ukldn.y. nmav from HOTEL
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.'.-,On may r..opt nggb ..d.. The Bus Station I
. ..,,1\..:;h:a.Yd.uft. ., KIDITS SINCLAIR SERVICE <
GROCERY
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TWKI.VE BRADFORD COfXTY TKLECKAPII. ST.UtKE. FLORIDA "KIDAY." SEI'7E1.

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CIHIIlr 4Ollir. IlIt\'OIl. County Florida. (OFFICIAL SI1AJ, Lands 1'1... 4 Twp. 7 S. It. 21 E,, sessed are an follows:

('Ol''I'\' Fl.OHH\( IN tllt\- T. Frank I.nndrlini. Htark. KlorlilAtty ,. containing 5 Acres, more or less Certificate No. 1 H. Year of Issuance

*"! Y. for 1'1,. 8-8 K 8-2! Name In which assessed: Un July 1, 1942 i

Vincent' llnhbert. Plaintiff. VHrathrrlne known.All Description of Property Lot 12 STARKE TIRE

Mulloy tluliliort Di-fen- of still property being In'the Ott s Sub-DIv Eat I..awtftY.
\OIKi': OF "PI'i.Vt''Tlf>\ FOR State of Florida
County of Bradford
d.int CnHo N". aiOSORDICR 'r\\ I>"::1':" Name In which assessed Lizzie

HP- I'I IILICATIONAND IIODKC Hill %l>. IMII2 I'lilrss such certificate or certificates Williams.Certificate I I .
SERVICE
'N TO APPI3ARHTATK
NOTI
NfiTK'i'; 1 IS lJolI'IIOIVJoN.. that Ins-
shall be redeemed accuriiinK No. 172 Year of
OP FLORIDA to' Catherine '
(.3. ( AMi-rniHii tit,' holder of th.
llul.l.ert w ii one I ndeme I to law the property described In Huance, July t, 1942
Mutiny followIng i'wrtlflc alfx has flli-il stud, such certificate or-cortlflcates will : of Property Loti 31,
TSffl ('hztriss, Street. philadeinhiii Description Capped and
l is. I'HnimylvHnla cerllfUutcH fur a tax deed In l. be sold to the highest bidder at the 64 In ''oool.n. Sec 30. Twp. B SII All Size Tires ;
issued .
Ih. .on.I'he cortlflratnuinberN "
moreor
Acres,
20
ulrc-d to appear on .ui i IIOUIIH clour on the first Monday 22 ':
You are re<| 1.
find years of iiisuani'i', thdescription
above In month of October 1944 less.Name
October nth. 184*, In the
and cause, wherein of the property and which Is the 2nd day of October. In which assessed Herman
named Court the In which It I..a..da..e
names was
1M! I. A. CJuduer.
Hradford
plaintiff seeks divorce shall publish thlMOrilcr an follow: Dated this 28th day of August, Certificate No 182 Year of Issuance Done
eounly".h'KrAIh; | of Isunnce Recaoping
Certificate No. 221 Year 1444 1 1942
,
four weekly Issues July ,
In next hand and official Heal July 1st. 1942. (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J Ttiomas. Description of Property, W% of

Witness my Description of Property: I lo Clerk of circuit Court of Pradford NWI4 of NEV4, Sec 11, Twp. t 8.
thin September
at Stark*, Florida, N & H
of land In Starka 114 ft Iy County Florida 9l-4t-922! | K 2 E, containing 20 Acre moreor
7lh. 1944.A. THOMAS 210 ft n & W Houndi-rl. K l>y Snnderson I.:". #

3. Lane & S by Hoyt St., dec iv <'UK-i' <' Name In which LouiseC.
A* Clerk of said notirtOFFICIAL rr inr.. irniKonnC01VIY a..e-.d.
2'I'wp.. a a 1 It. 22 K
( 8HAL) FM>IIII>" IV tllAN- Gardiner. In Modem Electric Mold
Name In which assessed: A. 1 .
Knight A Knlht. Htnrke. Florl'i A IvlLr... ('IOIIV.Wllrene: Certificate No. 329 Year of Issuance

for IMf 8-8 *t 8-29 Savage Jones, Plaintiff' vs. July 1, 194.
AtlyH All ut said In the
property being Pefenjant N of
William Carl Junes, Ue..crlpfll of Property %
County of Bradford State of Flor Case No. 3203.OltnF.t %. Sec. 2, Twp. I SR. .

OltUFIt OP PUIII.irAIIO ASh Ida. OF PUBLICATION 22 E., containing 20 Acres, more ALL WORK GUARANTEED
NOTICHlo AMMsa.liTUB sinless such certificate or certificates AND NOTICE TO APPEAR or less. .

STATK OK FI/miDA to: W. shall be rednemeil according STATE OF FLORIDA toi William Name In which assessed O F.

N. Meacham U D. Miner ITrlah D. to law the property described In Curl Jones, whose residence 1 I. un. Wackerman.

Miner. Sarah M Miner Mary lRlHlnir >. such certificate or certificates wll known. Certificate No. 149. Year of Is. and Vulcanizer

<>. M ItlslliK. N. 1>. unit- be Hold to the highest bidder at You are required to appear on July 1. 1942. Expert Recapper

aman. Edward N. 1JI kerson Mary the court house door on the firs October 2nd., 1D44 In the above "ul\/ce.Description of Property 1 A Sq
Caroline Dlc-kernon. M. C Dicker. Monday" In month of October 1944,
named Court and cause wherein lying parallel with Ry right of way
son, 8 V Myers. C. J. Huxl.and which Is the 2ml du/ of October plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford In NW corner of aW/, of NWV I

Eliza Husband. Samuel V. Myers. 1944. County Telegraph shall publish this i Hep. 12 Twp. 8 S. R. 2 E. contaIning 24 HOUR SERVICE ON RECAPPING
Luura DowlInK Hated this 30th day of August
Thomas Dowll HIT, Order In next four weekly Issuea. I Acres, more less.
William If, Dowllnir James M.nowllnfr. 1944. Witness my hand and official Name In which E.

Jf C. llrown W. II now- (OFFICIAL rinAI.) A. .1. Thomas, seal at Htarka, "Florida this Ang- I Moorer.All a".es.ed. J.

II if. J. ff Oiiwllnir, Joseph W. Kcl-: Clirk cif circuit Court of Bradford UHt 2Mh 1 1144.IOF"'Il'IAL of said property being In the

ward. Halite Dowllnir W M. Edwards County Florida 01-4t-912:1! | SEAL) A. J. Thomas, I County of Bradford State of Flor

Florliln Lund and Immlitra- As Clerk nf said Court. ida. V

lon Company of Florida the Florin NOTICE ov KMCTIOVTo T Flank I.nndrum, Starke, Florida, I'nleKs such certificate or certificates Best Grades of Materials Used

.. Rallioud Company a corpora- the Sheriff of BKADFOUDCounty Ally for Plf Dl-4t-922| | shall be redeemed accord-

.,... If llvlnir, and It either of them : of the State of Florida: I ing to law the property describedIn

/.n dead all parties claiming In- De It Known, That J'Atlr I { A NOTICE OK *..PPLiriTIOFoil such certificate or certificateswill
l I
under such deceased or Secretary of ,Htat* o I 'r\\ lIBEl: > be sold to the hIghest bidder

thai t"t'' Inrn and to the land Florida do hereby give notice that lie 0". Illlf %". U'I at the Courthouse-door-on the first

hereinafter described and to all un- a- OI2NISRAL ELECTION NOTIeliF.'i: lIY.orVEN1 I Monday In the month of October LOCATED IN REAR OF J. W. ANDREWS

known nersnnH claiming anyrlfcht, that T J. Alderman the holder of which la the 2nd, day of Oc GARAGE
title or interest In mild lands: which will be held In HUALiFOHD County the following certificates has filed 194., 1944.Dated .

funds are situ a tad In Bradford State of Florida on Tuesday aid certificates for a tax deed to this 30th. day of AugustA.

County Florida and described apart next succeeding the first Monday be t Issued thereon. The certificate D 1944.OFFICIAL. I Madison Avenue Starke Fla.Inat
III November A. L>. the auldTueHilay
fellows: 1944 numbers and years of 'Issuance, ( SEAL) A.I. Thomas, .
All that of the 8V4 ' Bp.Mf being the the description of the property Clerk of Circuit Court of Bradford

co ft\VVt it Section 21, TownshIpSouth 8HVENTI1 DAY OF NOVEMBEn and the names In which it was as- County '-l 4t
Range 22 Kant lying For United States Senator from Flo.lda 1-2

least of State Iload No. 13, Orlffls except from I the State Jan. of 3, Florida 1945. for six year NOTICE Of KLCCTICMWHrnttAS rort'-Iirsi 14(511! toe tuuowiiia .m".aA.., ai SrI. titfuD ueo municlDei.l18. o I,. sod on ana--arts
auo
I3HD.
that part Hold to Llndsey The IMS. ninth fot term, lion 24 of Article Constitution and otberwu of tn. ot t cif C.LK
Irlffls an recorded For Bight (8) Presidential Elsetorn. -: .I.I.Dlo to* elected I DO tr
and wife lluby 61 under tne t3onaUtutIoa ot SIte Yourear and th. Senator Iron ol tne SUt of Florida, .rlalDI tie of and said COUBU1.
47 ot OUtl' DO. 0R
In Deod nook Puhllo ,Records pane o( For Ilepresentatlv of the SBCORI State ol florid ala psss 10 "..nl RSM>- the rortmD not hi District .' to uniform and municipal government ana ..cl \ town, of tn* Count Solicitor i
Current ad
and 78 ainndmenl to u.. the classification ol 1111: Attorney
lutlons proposing sinus from tntlm ana and tpecial taxlna district now ,
> Congressional District of the for a term ol two mal b'90111514 ,
Florida. :
Bradford County Constitution ot SIte State ol riorioa end 1844. and and ame is.nerebv .
Election ol cities b* U created os law or which mav Os Oere- .ald CUDtl.
In tn. tw. A"
State of Florida, the Seventy M
KACII OK YOIT. whether the ssm wr egi..d to oy a "0'. Gn.r b., and b* o I d
TOI AND ninth Congress of the United and .. -1.l 1 .ba OID after created D. law la eacn of laid L. CUlL' Solicitor
known or unknown are hereby notified Htatea. oc thrcM-tlftns ot all tie memberS electeau elected a term Senator...assent mated to the .1.C'o" 0 Counties snail retain and control tn. .Id Oute.hal beo.tt 1IlG.
that a suit has been brought > son bous*, trut th* vote oo said fo onto of Florida at tn* G"D.r. Election ofReoresentattvee fu tbeureioectlve budgstejot I d
For Governor of the Stat. of in a "CaDO a power
against you In the Circuit Court of Joint ftotoluliona were entered upon Ph.d ca o BI.Mlun to ID 104 che. of measuring and unpostnK Countie.8eCtio. I a.

Bradford County. Florida, In I'hanesry FlorIda. ittir respective Journals, won tn* yeas t oU. B.0 for approval or rejection tnat la a lurp. .* to be upon I. On and
cane No. 3.109 by Carl John For Secretary of State of the ana nays tnereon, and they did ."- 11 ll tsy lOst Section 14 of Article Dl property in Mid I Imp to pUatloD 01 tIll terms a 1

Thelma II. John an plaintiffsand State of Florida ruin and dubt tnat Ills said Joint proposmi tb. Constitution tn. 8U'of Florida other like within Of to. Criminal O l
G
and For General of the Stateof REaoLUTlON I 0 I.. Court
Yaoa
Attorney luuuna b subnutMd ta tri* eiectova fol a
JUI'1 b amended Dad.
of .
In which you and each you Jl 01 Artlcl I OJ ( ..1 municipality (own.dutrlct and Orage )
Florida. Uural
ot tri* tfiate at Mictiori utMovmnber. CUOI. t
relief lows: they
are defendants; that the SonBiatutiott ot the atat Ol UloriosHiauiii or other special taxing area. each h,
For Comptroller of the Stat of 1944. .
ought In thin milt Is to quiet and Justic JUB- Section M Legislature shall and the County Tax Ajuessor in emcnof .Iet. .Ia )0 IT'
Florida. ((Ow. rriaauuPOJUC. t, R. A. GRAV.aebieuury 11..1 6
title to saul ntabllsb a svsttm of county Counties snail u datermlningeach OlertooTtt. & *
confirm plaintiffs For Treasurer of the State of o< &.i* ot ui* Sun ol sioruia.aa lAS ".ac. and municipal which Ida IIbe aid o Ue ,
described land as an Indefeasible "c 0 .Ha aM.itatiwM5. la- government assessment add Ins amount levied both
above .... ..
Florida a roy giv* Slat a lili AA W .I in ease. Chris sSw
fe. simple title; and you For Superintendent of Public In- OkNfcRAL. kLtCIIONwlli o* AA-A .OIAI OAAA IAA applicable except and imposed OT such millag 10-Ins Spycf CIVU
( .otiult or special la. are p"'lde. o imposed D* tn. respective
hereby required to appear Personally o ... florid .AusuiUMBut M> e loa amount
are ntructlon of the State of Florida. in Mtri manly la m* AUU-AM hereafter be
or by attorney) In said For Commissioner of Agricultureof oa lueiuay next Mic..suuuig Ins tirstMlonuajr .VuA C UA i.UC vou.ui.uuui. D..IIe U. Counties o Uad and Orang County .&all oVgSSSi1' ,
on the 9th day Z'iuw.tUiii .. '. . *. DetiIL. Islature Lat .SLat uu tUSS uuu mlduutuk ft??"? 01 Clerk wTr 1
Court and cause the State of Florida. uk A. L* AM. las ul ut* ul ... tnerewitn.Filed LI'1 avcuon 4. 0 l
,
a f October U44, or the allegationsof For Two (2) JuntlceH of the Su- MUU *uMi iy uuuig .. .. ..iii* s> ....> "'n. is.. aua ma.eCLUC in office .ec.. .jli ,, 19w.> 1.51. countylaa Cur o Record I Q
bill of complaint .EvaNIH NOVEMBER 45UC5. S.t a 01 Uvuotie utuu dUties of .
plaintiffs' sworn nreine Court of the State of Flor UM or BUM M .uuunkKoa & June IB4A cuucbCun w aDe (len
will lie taken as confessedby ida. ior ui* rauucnuua ur tsectun ui the 1150 iBi.Mila aSa ui. BBUt .. . Jo S.hsUS wrtinii, Q."t' ui O&ta. OIVI Cu 01 Crimes I D.1 C I

The Uradford County Telegraph _i4i semi ._... pmtftf..i.n aitienulueul . aams.sos.saia CsjUCtMMS. L. 'U t..r .ume. .,
you. Fur One (1) ItallroncI Commissioner s5'e o A JOIN ttESOLOTlON Proposing to .t 1... become a
Is hereby desIgnated as the of the State of }'loricl.. U* tile WVUaUIUMOtt IM Ul* A.U1U) ..., . .&.. .u* k 51011thaM six ana Section Sevenof SOL ... CliOleLil 5.150 &N rsspectile! Clerk part butte .
In which 01 siuriua, via AU 4SSi5UU0 luc ILLS ot his
duly qualified newspaper I I..rIfale Senator for 10th Hona- iiv.U.WV* ..wII XVU1 ol tAe Constitution SUnLeSS J1. Dade
this notice shall l he published I onceeach tonal District of the State of Florida A JUAXIA AJWJUIo.U nv, rupu.i144 ,. aua misUse LOSeS u. ..0 IMMICM Ills ALcl. 01 Florida Relating o. ,eaI .9151 auu UUMHIUHUI leers .. 1 and Orszigs CUDI!"
.t S. ,
week for four consecutiveweeks I .. MISMUh.ual ia OUuI1MO a 4U' .. r.a.. iui *aui ..1. Term tta' Otflce fersooa Appointedor 1 \\tvui, tauw uuw teyLurea lo Ill outMbUia 8ec'IOI 1o .uwp"o.

prior to said return day. For 1 Member of the House of ... a.a 5(5 ...... 1M ..._ uTw., *UT.U. AWIU "... '. Iota Elected to 0 Vacancies in Elective oy lu* Ciei u Ui* vurcuitwuuiti d...i "TT".q P..IC M
Witness my hand nnd official seal .se1sa5 la ... ,... **-..11 .....* UA.trici tiC Under *ilUut aui ol .1 OOUUWM, A .lal out u| I of
vproHenftatlvea of the State of
: Bradford Fior- tTsoy A.a. SIMI .41liClisle 01lc. SAO eAU'U'IO wciuuiutf CM COOULJ true. ana a Lcr.. coinptiu.uoo,
County, i.uo . ails
at Klarko, Florida. 5.5 .4 _... 5t ,Ui.: .aUAa . .. ...a a- .. upon whom --GU
UU1U SMiles i such
l -
Ida this September '1944. .. .. Uialr. Al> Bljt.Ml .k. .A. .. au vaiuu iuia auoud uuuu
% For C'ountv Judge. 5w..5 .saaaa OJ" 2sAa..esa. uuuuOari tu all) lwA asea .. . luivu cuauiob nau D* unposea saab
A. TIIOIlfAR. For Hherlff. .Us.W... _... tLLMS. u* aliaS LusaW0e. easeSSisilieMi "a II aay m.cUI.I. governed QDLUUI
ow 5'.i' Uitnil .iUs.LtL ...UAOILBUSO. '. (. by tn* ,
UT U u .
Clerk of Circuit Court ITndford ; For Clerk of the Circuit Court. .. a as a nias w. bse .tJ4ieb.6S..... .uCL( UU wtiaoiiBU* us* .uui- uuu 0 ana 4 cuwi* S ut AIUUI V. 0 ".e. ui saia. .p, Btat .u now g.ICUI or i
out
For County Assessor of Tnx H. -a ..._ ..... 541MM. Usos. .. auu ..A B.llUl UO* I 5iV- ut uis teui4 Mfcubiuit ut ins etate uiiur luuvcrty, WilliaM.ueKiuMlui.out} tiruvia" uiai alter, .relate .uw 0
For Tux Collector.For _. IS MS. 5.11 Cli, .u. .u. *uu MeW M "" sea I/Ut a
.3 sses ow SASS 55 riuV ,aO uonwiluat 10' SCulL cvii i.u>is; nau* aJSO re."euv. taiarie.
...... UL1LSM. litvu MJUU .545 MilneVi o I o" ma.ainm o prO 11
suutbvu ,
County Superintendent of w. i5..aSt.i5 ow Ut b.sla.a4. sari o. .1L0- .. uluex uuuts, uututas (M Qm "OltIOO
STARKE l PII: 10110 Instruction . 14 si4m .515 .5i.aSi.SsU MS ... .. .11... au, cuuuty I tu. (4uAiUtf. eivwbura ul itt auy k/ouuues. oucu ouiteiiur provided, I

For Five County Commissioners.For ...... Cl IMC M1 ... .. 5.MIeU 11(1110 UA* p"i.uauui k. .. uu coat o .... ut .... .. utiwmuuu utr.- C.. .wicniu aaau >eace ena /.uut to tIle aesiguauta may. a* n 10we.l'"W l. a

One Member of the County .. ... a. a. ..... .1".1 c r.*un.uu.lu jactiult *b swat -11 ii. .. .. eauu laxumauwuruy addltlonu e'rl. a
TRANSFERLocal _.. .. a..r. UIU4IIIVM. St eS,. pt uiiiciaia o flowed eUc.anutitt.
Hoard of Public Instruction a. .... MM jir.I. . w a..ari 0UtJune .. o Ou0tsua. ( t ouuues
For Justice of the Pence In and .. ila a .-- -a ... ee55 Fulsu !F5.v.1.. 0 auu i ut ..e..aLL ut Uijuu. IsLes in .L. .P"tt. .. of ad exPense. or ce. .

for th. following Justice Districts, -... _.._ -b .. -1 ..... .0 _____ .1...' u Ul* OtMv* ul flutlUM, tA .ucu B* pruTiuna b< o.of.45*.rl.. raauuuacvoi may b* spproiea olo.B

vl.: No. 1. a- ..... isis ..- Us.wabJ. ..-.... Proposing .1(CaL ( it tu > acn staMuuut Commusion ol utica OOUDUII. ,
And ... ... .. *v 1LU''IUN ; AII"icttu w.OUC I. o..e. otner
For Constable In and for the aS iSle i5 StieS 001N ol mae OOAi.utuuuu :: 10 ( aua on* "cl supwviwrT.ui.wi"
Districts -.. 55W ... A tU I. V atlj; b* wiablisuwi u.
following Justice via; -- sb M..a - luuia tuiu.te < staMmeut wnicn include ui oy 4554
Mriu .....
ol tn
ut utlicus yuiiui Matwicnstituaiug
y"1T
Out- .
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No.1. No.5. We bas -- W..s.a 06 sssenseOounna any gwnTAiat
ui. acreage
w ox
Long Distance .. .. .... Auuituiua. B 1 fcMuanun .1Llc..ul. smut ilAMinu utuy lo ui* uttjauuaiy faiuiein t ctai laws u.
In Testimony Whereof I have -- . . eSSI ZT.oi.ioii B. -uage. ulrruauial any un* _. uponacn Pr..IUI Q W i
hereunto net my hand and affixed S.D .._.-_ SiSi.. "II ... UA eutui the Great Heal of the of ,* e. .MI. s-* aWMAgU .u. lent sues tuo IUM.MWU ,. lau my. au
Hauling State t+ fMj b..i.a'aSSe tu* JUQH aua oo- .acn tot ox persuoai pcoperttt aA at Tallahassee the -. ...... ... u. iAicatuju ol C succvssur, W to. .
Florida Capital MaJ court at AMoura ol _- .. isauaa ooveihues Pl.t
ul tu* .. .0 "
this .. Itt sat .. let o cuut s. ul *iction 0. o ATUCI ua
the twenty-fifth day of Aug. 5as.M SCW . AVUO lor AU*. upon raiuiopvriy LI
.. ust. A. D. 1944. US .e StsMm&. .... sMaS StrdnaSe uTT ixiuui.f* lu CS.,rov.11 unicesrriol to In* k.e* usasts ..C'eieuiiun LOt .* .sl pC.*0 sag tlci oy r.JI. laws 11 M
Vacaubia 0. shams u* tot tuai
(SKAL) Cl isis .- ..- Masses..5 .-. tu. Ifisat WIlust (tie uri D* om .on' "c/uuacuu,. as la 'u. ouvy .control m
n A. OKAY, ..- iM ... . sea es... M AU -. ol. mifpoiutuiBut astipalis I.. 4145105MU5541'.45 (555 5 way e* 01 law, sa reiaMMfa ,jation, ot wcu Olt. au u.
: Phone 179 .... .. .... aAuuum tust tuonany .n. tutt SuutiuatfSiiuMiy < pov.Oe 'pe. and *
Secretary of State -.... S.s. 5CC Ms uy ui* aua iXu.iiAuiatuiu > itounty .1 bu autuicaMi Seated .Ouc e h 0.

.. To IION A. O. ANDItEU Sheriff ens ta is-. --... --. o> UIB eeuax...D. .*u u ut uittu tiiiAi ut o.czeia.t sucu *i cuui* uut soiu. alia w'c oy taw U iorouuxure .. nerby, slag l' 1

nitADFOHD County --- US .. "--. A..S sSe..a UOltoAUttSi ut are uouvMtwl uu. may .tmlbr..1 all

.... iM miss., a stave --.... am ii RVaI UX.. U 1B . tA u* so cuL1vt15Q oy &.5 .i>eauv* 1... u... & I ouiinficiala

iv inriir 'ninr, inr Koiii> --.. -j w. ......_ "II .. ,. cuusutuuuu.UA.ulOUA.B A sass uie pxupeny solo lot tee & o 010.
ul lad w.
AAUGI Proposing .. wiitiu naa ._
('or\rv. Fi.ottliiAi i\ ('II\N. -.-.... -. stSs isS Sat.&S.fl5 U. Mat I "OU' .uuul tc OOIIBIU acO uitarsuiab 0
.. ...., Ui. ul J/kiruut o. aoueuUBU cyua . ... a, . .. ul IsieM4SciSSSUWUM pro .. U ".1. *. BXtiua ui
( icnv.Clifford sa 05.5. lWSS6J. .. aauitiuuiu .itiuu ul ui. aatnority .snail u* uua .
First Redden Vllnon, Plulnlltt.V" _...- MateU . tnei.to name MI fiuriuat .111 and emeritI log aoim- owuou a, 44 aua u ui AUUaua
-'as. euatutta
Men 51fl4.& m ul Sari ATticl .
... to o* xuuwu .oailiuu S sas.iiS V.' ". "''IW ol AtOLLs Vial,BU"oo
Justine iis4Ss.isi.S ." taw
Dykes Wilson Defendant .tStSMC Cibes. *. r muu. u> SIte *.et. ol nisi > it neos.o.vsa ex 4(15504115 tuik>o*.a .p..v.le" oy 01 UM .
ttaxutukCu < ALW.
Cnxe No. 3304. . (s.isve.ct. . .St.S Atlurtt.i., .11045* ul C.OUTUIol . log Cuunty uuL. **C.11 auUiutny. luuau J at P55105
...
hat atAts
ORDER OF P1IUL.ICATION .. . t.l,1s.t. . it ut .. may ..
V" *skpt -
ouuuitora
.w RecOrd aua uouuty | iuat necs.uu a, ut nruci. .. . .. VA lu 4> eon tllfii
ANI NOTICE TO APPKAH vtu ut tajuw onlortctoitui
Women . .s..ar..M .tI iiSls.bla Juua aIMS ooiiciuir to* uuxcba** propmiy 10 ociiou
lOS
. STATI3 ) Justin .. .. 0 Ul* wuncwkuuuu ul Ul* OM>M ol 'UM- .,. derived .a O.a aruu. sdotuer
OF FIX It I DA to: .- .. Wuuuia ui luiuiiuou *. sag au I" provisiuus
Uourt C.,7 WM tu. cuiubu
DvkeM Wilson whose residence In .-.- US _... ..- ana tn"*uu* bareoy aKrwid & U..auu nuaiuim seine. cuuuty LAUUUUMIUUU ti. trolls such sale, and gush p0uaiu 01 ILLS MOM ui FluriOB K

and children last! Unknown. -...- -s . -- -I StS. snail o* suouutMa to DeC *A.OwS ultu SILO as auieuueu. tiueuy auu> . ana interval snalt M G..e. ago oiticco iiwusJiicl.t.a oy,I ATsuau

You are required to appear on .- Stale *( iaa lor .."uea..o.o .atfcvaa t aua sLsttLDUlU pro iSiS (o r. .* reouuu ui luu
October 9th. 1944 In the above named OAiiA 0 u UUUUIMIU in* si ctur* ul tu* mutiiciuiuiuas, luwo. oramag IUc iaua
04 tn* ueurai save
..
..ul .. .O'J 1 elate .. exc.pt uie; ass
ut
We're Speaking of shoe Court and cause wherein plaintiff -S **- o"W.1 B* Meld 0 tn. lint luiwday *.i 01 ciurioa at ,tn* guierai aiseuuu Q11.' U..e ut"ui* district ... 10 .. MtS
.1.
seeks divorce. Pvndford County tirst Mouoa* in"ufiuo. ..** 101. lor -.t.. to u* uia 'ass ."00'1 tn* proporuuu 01 uuo utxatiuu.aua. LOSS. vorariAje
I
repair of course. But Telegraph shall publish thin OrderIn "Va4 iXVaWWaWAlONIsaABI towa. avpruviu u(ecuuu, Loam >.v.e acn uponnon parow u VOIAUIIO, A-writiB o,
next four Issuea ... fOpl. .. "ltul a. ut ... *. property .
weekly -5. .s.s i45.e 4. o. .ct. 41. 1. Atwr., JIis1g44 54554 r.au (0(105."beCtsuM .I. piece 0 W'OlO .UUtl cMlica., aim les I.
arrtouily, here's your Witness my hand and official seal U. WWB I>,>..,_. . 06.55 ot t.fls "rLu... 01 cutcora also auction 4. Municipalities in acb ol .aia cuuutias.; .j." i iBy 5.51.U55LLtuliuza

at Starke ]Florida this September S.0*.- -.... ... S-iS Sfrss .- llouuiy eoliciture inxoept lu. "UUge County ASide snail DA ant seaM wuuutitf* may oy species vivctiouMI 51154.o.,..1154145InaliSto .
chance men. We have tllh, 1944.tl"FICLAI.. eoliuitor 01 lbs ol Hvvuraat buruuiissiuuiir lu eaCh ol ins
.iisaa.Ms .. . 055isM1. ana vou' uv* a. neia to uocvuiuoc Ji, liMt. SaSS Ainu.
v/ouuty .r.
( SEAL) A. J. Thomas -. 5 basic 5I o &#.StI&t5 U5isUrn .. bcaruDia County) ...r".u.b. in cam buiuiuiMiuuer atsiricu till to si*i>a ana coitvctuuuw. . Uraq .D.u.s.t3 5Stciu
1.
muterlala to repair your As Clerk of cud Court. ... icwa oj the quaiiliiid *i cKjnof county, wmcu .tau
sins 55tSVIsiUUU. ._ a..ICI .5" ut AXUCIS, .
nuuiotreu 01 .Op.o.
at this Joe Mill Williams Lake Butler, .* .-- A/A.UAV. All. tn.irraapcicti** Juuicuu circuits orCUUUIIM .D uu tu uv. .* ..d ally mumciyat ., wiuutt In* ."
e* .
hue*, but none 1 Florida Atty. for 1'lt. 8-8 4t 8-19 .ta*.Jf m aeas.iisM WMU..wk m.A M .otur Ital sad Cwuuii oliciais .a as marly _'0'. i.qua ...... ot LiSLe Oratiu may, A JOIN HAtujbunuM FpiSlA105155545100I

antichl1drt.n' 'U..aste 55MM WVUA1MBB1.BCJ16. ; ar. *i. 11 prpnlo. 1 I".a"o. 4.. aLter not luteen iiji aayuotii. u*
time for women' -. .0 "& w AIUCI* km
i\ rinruir roiiitr' im.i>FoiuOI'NlV. > 55 SeaSasis ..s.55sisSC .. lirst .ToOkujn ol atat Attor (.retpectiv.1 "" "m I imil .* oy "uO"'U"I. a special .klbUblU44 Ut Ul* Ob. Ul f Wtlwauuuig .
(' KIOIIII I IN .II\N- 45 -. 4 a neva. ol criminal (:court 01 c.t. AaU to in oy in* (4vu .
cuon
.. *
"U"I' to LULlS LIZ ouuncuu-iiu o. ..rt.trlcm. .,. . .c..u a 5teSai5lel .I rapol
('icitr. -. kuiurd County . .
.545.55. ..I".Lr. I."C.I'In. uuaiuiad ot sucn municipality al
So bring In that old pairof Pei.W..mllnll.r., Plaintiff vs.1"rtinces .-. si.t.w.e5 aSSSeSSM&Caeb...o-... Judg and _.cu. lu* VOW\ snau b. aaia.. ( .u---o omy, WiLe aeb imtn* oya tuvxetortuviu ...UI.1. .St'

Burner Wemllnfr, De- MWA UA AlUkl* 4 UA t'Mi..IilUiSiMi 01 Record ol Dualo county eaton 01 taia".e t. quaiui.i .el" uiajority wbotiicr eaktiuua A 4uersut luat tn bu..* 5501555.

slices for an expert fenclnnt. Cnxe Nn .1398 M A**. .**.UA ...- IVABMf* .MUSS.a. o* DeAd at office the "..., JClecliun in iwid "o.. 01 vutmg county ior at otn.tIes coSi "" oe, 0 uut a. etiecuv Sc'U, uuiuuMa, 0..1 utwuuutjr alUrlon .I.
ui lu.t
lue.uaj
MB CaSS to tax
p.Ul
DUDlill OF PUUL10ATIONAND MUlMAftVAlh .n. en. municipality. BUm _
sucii _
of repairing and re- 'etUSS.C isUaMasbM.d to. first tuouduv in January. r. Lou snau cola oinc lot u.eDo..er. II oLesa a. ."
Job NOTICE TO APPEAnflTA'I'I CMM tss..M,5.e. L5sas. A. ,. lour vouiig may oy 'majority elect to tis.j.S
term lour '. ..Jr"v'a.la' lAS oountv ...j .
ls.iJiM. tor a
.
OF FLORIDA to: Mrs I. .O' u. 0 . rom ujVJvVu nSiSl I..V ucn municipality com Leer lam 0155e. 5444Mw
"To L.ULU. 01 01 0.. .v. "
building. term .e.o
Frances Burner Wemllnger 454 UUik AUWNMU .1 .Ul* AUTlMU.wt oUc. oertu in lull ..AW one t ions, or ey a int* "0'1' 0 4.455cc (555.55 tIll 054. ii
OII.C. .
.
Woodward Avenue, ltidgewooil 1 (27)), I \ OWM ... ., auu CBHIUIAMa one netetolor. or appointed two "I" lOuse eietteo 8a"i .iriS hauls 'o'WI. aeiuimui .. ..' 91UUU1 Q" 0. atwvw.ul MSOPUSIeS

tin"en a County Long Island New uuu buuiiutt LUB lorty-iu. to any 01 iOU OUIO. uereiu UIOUUOUMI.nail tne odo uumbereo .ti.u i.? tiot .. aia ..*. Ai oy 5auu.'51151555 94.acnpailtim.

BROWNSTEENSHOE York. >u) OUMSOSSeas A.... SIC LAIB not D .a..d"a ucjrvoy. Any log lour .I.'C. .. v. sucn void tie laor", .". to com .. 1.5Mw.).

You are required to appoar on ..UB1.UJ aa-B.. aLSO... vacancy m "AI ol .U\I oU.c. priorto y..ro 10 tnerviuieriS hIss uiiuer buctiuu 1 auu 2 unrsot, ot a S.. La flawv.. .
. "rl .
saId .na .
.
auuUkkiKi to Ire UM.UIIV ul I. at. lullMonuay .0. Pro municipality (aua call sad uoiaucn ..
October 2ml 1944 In the above A-toriua videO 4. 0(555.
1
o. .
January, 4. o* fuuuoj ", 1. ,0. .
* lAtklAlvallUU 1>......
at i eivctiou Jjacemuttt 41
mimed Court and cause, wherein sac UBAI. 01 prior a 5151 IOU LkweisLU. .i051SS14155 .
plaintiff n pks divorce. Bradford 5451. Awvkuuu u. ii.iu ui tad lu.i, appoiuiuivut oy tn* Uoveruor anaconfiraiaiion \.c,.'I ID.'U.o",, 0i Qt P. 1. i.vl. Uieu ui itner sUch vsut( Ideetiom .. Ul WV. "_ SSic
D.ro
REPAIR ... oy Ills benat a. n r.- . W" ..
County Telegraph shall publish thisUrier ... lu Las aSU..Ms.J 1 altO J aereoi suau o* aitecuv .. UI..i5
is.Ut. iuuuws. bloke provided oy tu. COIUIIIULIOU out I1"a I oU. Icr.t State I 'a. ..
.n" D uoou sucu muuicipuity. in tee .5101
In next four weekly I issues.Witness 1545(51
uUL.eVsela.
01.
O5.iMeM ,b. e ... In no COB lot sOY tuau unto Ii. o .
.W. uiatBM.1U1A "UII mumcipaiity meets not to com
my hand and official .. Iirsi luesday auy Ul* CUUllty Ut iiiw.ililie'S. 55
in* must Muu-
The Font Office seal at Htnrke Florida this AutfUHt . easel Slogial AV. A*. > A uuclor auction i ana J uvreot. sum auau uiu. _
Acroec From .. Cad ... Sas. _, January, 1V4U JOIN RESUL.ULION .W. ** .
.. Mesal not aIled _
28th, 1944.OFlo'iCIAL .V"II POPID, aD viuctiou saaii "'101 5141114194 o. u
ol the .
I .. JIAUU* 1M.SUCSse4. BUBli Any piuviBiun CootltUtlOI A..... '1 10. I It ...
( HEAL) A.I. Thomas, a5ipugWuM in conflict OItIWLIh i* ., (. to. a, 0. 8. sLid 01 uiia Axticia, except 05555W1 UM MU** M w
is. ( ...
tSaS.UM. auoy : U. .
10.
I As Clerk of said Court. . -.., ] ro 110(5 0. orl W 1-9 .lsiWil .A- .to hOC aaaeairnent sad eouaclioa UImazes 54.CCS rTi i.e Sia.94'
Walter 5SSMMU AU1 IOftUU f.AI BMAI- pale <" .. SUeiuu&. In sucu wuicn anaurvintuu . .,. Ml S54
C. llnrdedty Dnytona' P-nach. BMM.ai Ay.BU.bU'. in 0110 Btaw (05 tuasUiiaatiou 1" m..o.p..I. ... UMI .
.. lBUrikU tO A)* 1843.m tlt o 1 U. C. a* ut ..w .0 oy saws; .. fc Uf
Florida Ally for Pit. 8l-4t-922| | BB ABriy BMU ui tMpuiauuu a* uraAiUkauiB Uai 11 VUc. i. .0Wtin I .. tnat. SaMwM.a.LlM. l J ..a. .
sue provided nowvi. any general
sod
BECAUSE t.r505., o. o teCtilsiS U> U* U.. 115May .
. wuuuty suau o* 7u1UBU ..a. IIO..a. or towu siection OSLO mortal ...
RJaoLUTlON la ovla city ter is "
t" (iiirrnr toniT. DIIAnFnllD U| JONI Vropoalnii Waif alMi IOu ti iteuuwM
('OlMfl.' FI.OUIOAI IV CIIV.KHV. AVlia *aul AMdAOAlH A*a* OWaLl. sal.A.U.. Los \1 VU- upon pt.IOI.iiiea at i.aat' lOath UUtaays 0U4. .. um toliu.**.
(' Oils .? laratiou coiutulutiuaol . Cll. .c. aiaction oy wn percent OISIWUSS .. nom toO '
.irf rroviuBU WB" ana U c t"u.e *. e1
ot tn
a
w> ra to
John Edward Clute. Jr., Plaintiff U1UUB* ( ..- ..(. . the 8"\. Florid. tieiating .' .. u..e' 0 Vwt. In U..AI. .u..a .: ..id5 Isis ssiMwSI I"
UUU.MtUt sod vote sucn ciacuon. tn* olwnetner
Caro'yn, DoubLe tMAi'IncriuunBUon. .445S54s.
q..IO.
milling .
vs. Constance Clute Defendant till .AUirtAllAl Munncip05 . "., Ul .
or not sucn
STEADILYRISING Case No. 3297. ..UU ALfut, eiooBia CoiniiuT.. *, ana tn* Csaiusot \b. .lifl4i&sOatLQii R"\w.ow.d oe oy m.Jlp.n' snail I .. s-S.C .5' ."

OHDER OF PUHLICATION Las, .uwuBUtuM tue ewruvtu ulo Wltnout Just com- UOuty (* c 'llC O be 1..1 on tn* & .o..1UM.y. ...
I ana upon avot
AND NOTICE TO APPEAR aBAiautiuu uiBorin. mo 'IU las ot tear ta Stat. ' a .1'0a .. kM SiC SIV..4 ..
Persona to Warn Snail Met (Lte Cuaib. to b* a ao.. municipalitytnau 94Ml4
C1.cg .
STATE OF FLORIDA' to Mr. UUlS bUUltVlBB, Liuxiu OOllitl Blf Gitil, .
o "
. or Abridged on Account ot Clm'D. and U.r..e 1 pound y sata ae- J.1utuve -
I.UWB ui WlBtrit.1. .
Constance Carolyn Clute. 29 Homestead euity-iuBi, i. : t.vUourt &Q .1 0.

Avenue, c-o Stanlslnw, Ora- ...|... 11 at u. aaui .... salp;mon or, ot Noo-ai.moar.nip L.OOT OrgA.oiE.tiou in any; I.ctr W'U. OiV."oi'MM.r"0lr C.; ta.eaction 4. Th. Assessor !... ... .... ..
bonkl Father Staten Island 2 l.mC.aS.U( .aa CW COUt aesassiiau .
( ). 41. .
Sac ana tn* Dad .
,1. Providing ' Rignt ui
PRODUCTION ot Kiaiioyee 55 CUD.
1. IT t..cln tra an
New York. AU u
r..1_ ... M.ii. 1 stargaia UtuOt RJLVE f 2 n & and Co... 110cnaig -.. ..
.
sac Cene leg
You are required to appear onOctober ... arnut tor.IAI Be > LIUk 0 oy way 2nd In above B. u> MCa Ir..c I1t : ... tUMCllUUh "UPelLIMtluU ..
1944 the .1..n liv. l'b. U. Oocihttsw .
0 upon municipalltioa. towns ais.trict .
COSTS named Court and cause, wherein 000J115. tWO ltl BB RKiOLVrD BT TUB 01 W1. .. i. <. ..' b Ul WUUUtjr 1** -
UOJ SQ *. otnw area
Plulntlff seeks divorce. liradford AM.iue.vuu.uv. tu .cu ui UM! LAIURB Of TH* oTATB OF *' : . Oy &QuWg . "".0' \ WIU' tit .M
.. .- 1UOIB next That tn. following arnandm.nt 04 M.e. J labS Countie to Male. & ':::: o.
County Telegraph shall publish I this . PUPUUIU OUUUtUM. said to tnt .5(01510.0 : U.- wagIng 45. cute. : .:
collection*
oils Ill kIIIIrVS.L(1MIVU Constitution IllS etat ot sugli as c. toLd 1. tuff .
I. The Order In next four weekly Ismies. (O WAt-UOt Sal 0 'Iond. "O.aL"a ma. aa -tuorem or 1.111 ex e.. .
acreage taita* otnaroutlet
r.uiaiuina MIUUIM in* bection JJ of ol 1155 Slats .Iec. 0 ut iuepeciat .s.unly J.
linens hand and official at U UaauoD biiatida I
my U &llb& < 11
imposed
*
seal at Stark Florida this Aua U. tiiu* ui ..O Of .aid Cotl'uIOD D aDe the ''Je.'OA ILl. neal fo. adoPLOD 0 .,. 0 1 o unpoa nr- is, (as "'.
> ttuuuia tu. a..r\me.. u . .am .a. .A. .' la* legislature ot in* Slate .. .u 00'
list 24th 1944OFFICIAL &l"w. 'M 10 mall 1 AI 'U taiWhIy SMear. SMICSL.
TELEGRAPHFINDS tu. c apl.1. 0* .uDml" qualified I. .11" aW 01 Florida may, oy law provide 10 51455455IrOLpatIli. .
AU 1CI'cr5
xa
(( SEAL) A.I. Thomas r.pr..u( C. menu *
U. lo
aua t.. ol the atat 0 JtX tn* County
tot ATC' .
ul Hctpr r.tni. r.p .
A" Clerk or mild Court u" .. 10rl..a Counties in an 4CMutiuju
cation I. not to .
at auy teguTiatur. or rejection at 8e'loD &'II.n .acesoone sna
"Wo seer ''a olin.. ; *nauins rl. 01I
Walter C. HnrdeHty Daytona flench. at auy at Oeneral election, that is to My, Di.. "CUb. ." .O ot GC. per cant 01 collection* mad ana nOD .
mat ,
ner.in da. .6. I" ino, lui wuui" .
Florida for Plf 9l-4t-923l .I. paid
Atty. | | / '"D"1 it juau o* ui. dut, ul toe Section 14 ol tne Declaration ol RI"A' .. .. 0& U. U.. 1.1' ny 0. COU.cLr to eacl taxing .. ui C4l51U5Uls.ls J'
uouuty
sad .. ucnonty, "
Hu>' '. or of the Constitution ot the Urg. SIa o 0'la. 1 cv" au collec i
IT NECESSARY \orin-: ovPPIIOTIO\ FOil I >u>.. renal .. W".I..r.* succeediua Florida b* ameud4 It' o .C o.couii in/'U'le .. lion and .m.D' incurrca by (Lieinvective *riortua auuw cuutcb ou o.
'r\\ I>K.:II .itaer in special.. UiKulstur. IO11OW: 8.1 . .0 o ( I_ tn* oiuny uy '1. ..

Mouse HIM >.. IHTIJ apwortiun tn. or *tdiqW&r _''A C -S.otton 11 HO b "'U Qro..L'. ., U.I Section' a. That county DVUUOI 0Q5.511145415115 ' !
sub and
,
I TO INCREASE ITS NOT 1C K H MEKRHY lIVEN I Ip'\.JD. U pn.lal a U. & alter O ate t. 6551 acuuuiB. .
eeuaie ana 01 ueare.auiBUVu. JH' 1 b* twice .* .ka 1 .5 10.Ote. WU .Pln.on ol U. ,. ol tn .
that I.. IO "
W If -
Smith Jr. the holler tad .
.am. D
as nir.in nor compelled in tn* Countiea
. L roe of.a. any .al. ,OU.ct. ol Unas .
.O'ld uo. .
of AIM 515514510(5
\
the ; |
following certificates has criminal b. Otu arid .>
a witness ,
against UU btat ol "lor
or c. 1 ra .
SLJCSCRIPTIONRATES pr"o..h"l r."ul" .d.,1 regular InPU.e4 *> Ut.j4
ul
filed salil t for a tax i blmaelt. b ol Uie. Uberty. ,. pesOns. o., ,1. said cotuctor. bass Id 10 .uY aewuuu .
'el dati'h. "... "II.. uali uav* Oepr..e 111. .
deoJ to be n. Thecertificate OCUIL **:. any apportionment or property WIUou due l"Ud'OI 0' way or Sings.ITmu"lt f? "f,01 his hats * "SWJ 0.1st. IM4. W'le lileteSital . .
P "a""OD LIn411coLnp.naasun
number and year of c Weprtt.ntaiiv,. Ib. a ut Wnd ol law; nor shall (" upon PO11erty dutlM imposed upon ins County Ulg powers ,
issuance, I the description of thel.rorertir. m ",. Souse ol i ,' taken without lu' compensation Tb. IUllsc.paiLty, lOWIL. duitrict ,O Tax Collector ol tn, Couue. oT Oadi ul cvuuuti 1 : t
le.\"v. a :
and the names In which control I Ial"n" .Ua runs Of to work snail not b* .pel&a""a .O ana Orange '0, law ana ibis ATUOI. a"D.1 in parwiii ..
AS FOLLOWS It was assessed arc as follows, ra.ut. t. ev.nt ins deni.d or abridged on account ot m.m. Va. UW"I d"'lc01. snau o. astumeo and taktn over by AUltl B11AU1 Aiin r'

Certificate' No. 71. Year of Issuance f' .051* ICU 10 fs000rttoii In. .e4entatiou .Iac"_ beranip or nonmemoersnip m any .m.AI .A8 a. .UOJ"c to.aorm Ins .B.ctiv. CI.rl ot the Chow; CU"W car*. C..
August 4. 1941 ui tu* .551iatUze required labor union or moor : & .qualzt.OD D, reviuw Court in and and asia a.1. .. ol a
EFFECTIVE SEPT. 1 Description. of tais or provided. oIAlO o. I. Vw" Counties Uad. Oraiig oy couuiy lax 041045M5.I I
Property: All ImeflUflilut D.I"r it* adjourn that tots clause l i.&I"o. 01 ,. Uo'l wno in all teen .acfl lake U
NS'i4 of toINI.N of !HAL. Ry & I ascot laud sUch exwiordinart construed to deny or abrldK lbs riKnt L 8D Counts .n.1 COD.", o. over U. OOIC.S funds, and le ia oitio D.W' o
X of 0. H. F Rv & K of Platted s. called ". reapportionraent snail not Of .mpioven by and through a labor .rl OO"A' W.10lie40Uer5 Ih. of to. 10' lor each aCUDt, 4" 18 J. .

I 05 llm(55d C expire sod .} orcranii.tion or tabor union to barxain memb.r appointed UOU end Si ace who tntrealter snail D* Known and The votOA c rt in "W'TS *o.
twenty dare or at until ,ooliectl?.lv with hew employer." munLcipanhy 0 .aC termed DOUI propbMa nwndnienu. f" ,
TOCNECKa I ooruoumeul ls rag Filed In a L .CD "", Court". U. "CI.rl 01 the CI- 'declaration and nturns .
tlttclea.
ud b."IAI 000UlStLon an
aUlc 011
1 Year _ _ __2.00 RIA older D ousmess etnai &&'ucn UQ L 1I Ic.t 0 01 the 1.ce..0 aior sstu. U.. respectIve County Co COU.CCr a:luojected &tn. slims n'

' r.a".r.Oole.\I." ,qUalzuoA .nal otherww Bara (5 Clerk, c I provIded by lot S...

1k" IN lDA's tnia am*ndment o* ratified A .r. tM .ener& saw .sam. S"IOO e C and after tbe nPI 'U I..of .Iotd'
6 Months 1.10 in tn. Oenerai kaoctioo w .OIN RZOLtOI PInl an 1 1110. i 'roI auoD 01
____ i .. 194 _cial quathcs11 peflalola tee .rt 01 lbs County infC .
.CCIOD all be called '' 11> of the Constitution of tn.AnlC. 0 tease; proyuo 1. 8CICICr ot Dade a.a Orang. "
"> Be" munIcIpality : OO.tl -
tot tn. stand
f .
i.ctoa hCA ad
"rate.
COt Floria.
which
Florida I 'b..
3 Months ___ .,_.65 \4a4e 666 suwa M.rtieth L I40t.ni. ana rnirtr-omto torti-ttnit i3utn. and Municipal Relstlna.Oovvrnment to Uniform and County tne PI'pP."OD o. 3.0 .. Oa oa.11 a.' 11101 .na D eC1 I'ISJ .a.".'r o' & :..1 j
addUloD. adop"d. St.sts
Clsratficauon
ttenatorial District, In pec"al ot CItIes and 1w. mmb.r wno 'nail 1. Attorneys O lade toePAGE -. .
a Ibis
Symptom taS BB J BY Kquailaatlonfa pan pSonST *Ta '" ane Olaol. Cotie,, ,
eiecuona. RELVEU
U beoaton in TB 10. a8om. re'o""el ,.n.U A. O. 184tMf
nll
L1UI n1 ITAT& o na.: l&1lon 0 equal. flours ot OJ- & P
0 I. .rPt "' OD J5den al toe Cnnun, COWI of Ag.czspq rI

4 ,aAi. CountIes, respecIl-_ "



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