Group Title: Bradford County Telegraph.
Title: Bradford County telegraph
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 Material Information
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: October 6, 1944
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
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 )
 Notes
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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Bibliographic ID: UF00027795
Volume ID: VID04883
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33886096
alephbibnum - 000579551
electronic_aleph - 003298621
electronic_oclc - 60662535
lccn - sn 95047406
lccn - sn 95047406
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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i. .oA. Judbo .d 1."IL' MUUAA oe ei tiieci uy quuiiiieu eiectoia iuujoiiby wUvbuvi W* AAiai*** was* reappolnteJ and
the solicitation of funds and Arlla
I ,_.... 044140&M'I15 .0.4. 01 Jk> "WUII Uouuiyi I aiuuib ol aaiu at uie uui auuyiace uu ur uub ... eAiwcbivs wnu.uucu MU4ww. ObAM. W 4 .....' i>U* ". .)
V* Ua OWUAWIiUMWAi l"u.1 uuuuiai Itluctiuu in 0.0414 C.tl oucu LrviuuiumsvobiuH 4 _*.u. . ., I D.: Dobbn and J. \\".
.AAMMV & tue ul vOl' otuer cuiuiiy oiilcura muniuipaiity ... .. W*. "u"U*.) frt. L.. A. D"vl. was named Sparkrnan
404 .... *.. ItUtiMVM U iillU- to lake omue tne tInt luwUay a., auu .u ul uulu olAica loi loulytiura uy unAjoill noke .. bu M WUUMk AWi IbM aViUpWWtf UA AvW V Jl* were named as new
.4 av'. ... 4404041.04844 tue lirat Mouuuy ui Jauuary ... ., tuat tue county Coiuuuaalouvis nave aucu. uiuuiuiufcuibV coiue uuaviaid tUH 4480. 400445. d.UUUk 04444 ttAUM.U1 halrman of WOItI.V.. I Sew- member.of

..4.44,4.... ".. U4.41i00 lor teria oi lour yeara.lue ( .ruv.elucbeu. lluui lou .Vl uuuiUuied . Jecuoua ui uy uae uiajuray uluob A14AU.1 eW.t>,.. MJT WiW .....| kWUULW ). II will "I'V\ AS tieaHiirer. TIIOHOskeij , the foice. J. II. Sapp was dropped
..144.044.J 004810444460 4)45. tuuuia ui 0110. ul anyone uiutricie iu ltf.4 lur ,041454. (84100044880 I... 41 .4444 W MM fcji JweUWW UUiM U( UaM lb
> because
14148.0 of IIIn,
,.... 4408104 UM iUCUDUUbl ueretuiore'.m. or ..* "pIUWc two yetus, tuoae ..". ..Llm. iroiume c"m. uiiuer uiu ace none, U"I.u"U aJ.r'UkttU .U* .'twU* .te*.... efcUU DeiU. to BOI-VO with the chairmann "".

... u.." 41U "UHWbUiI to ol tua uilicea 1..1 .L.. ouu uuuiuureu uiabricta >uuii icivelor vuku tue majority vona u> ... uwiyuiiiawa UA MAV wuu.t>. committees were : Mr2L4 A. Z. O. I* Ileanlcy was appointed
or Uauy .. .
__
.... I>U> 440044.44404 .all not Da e.ieuueu u"n. Auyvucuucy lour yeurs. auu tnereuiuei tin auucl bucbloiut i auu u.col. **- I 44. b>.a ...*.-4.a *.-... member of 'Iho
'-4.404844.1.. bM IftUU UA. Ui any ol auun .Ule. Driorto buruia nuuii ue lor 'U\ yvaia, uiUAiiciA'aiiby iiia .. ... uua uoiuSUCIA WA*>M WA* u. W4'4A. We? "....., ilklns, Mrs. Myrdce Carpenter,, City Hoard, of

...., .4,,._. w .. 440 aiQ lurat .uvuilav altut tue matMuuilav viduu tuut buctiou U el Afkiuie tr.11 Hivcbluii plloi tu t\i.uioer, 6VUtioue .41lACA 444.4. .. IU.fljws&.g .4484US44l.1 . Irs J. \.. Klncald. Mm. L. U. Bond Trustees to succeed! Carl I
. auuti be luieu SUCH CVUUb .41.4* VAii Ui I
44.1.1.40 14 0840084414 IK-IK eibllur hew
,4444 lu Jauuiuy 01 Uiia wuiiiibibubiuu uutlecluu g. *!. tULU 1LA 4.044.I.4.sS.44.j. UA tot
...._ . ........041. U". by uupoiutiueut by uie Uoveruur auacuulii'uiauuu I.,. Y." ol 1 and A ueruul sudii us uiivibivUPOU .. wia.a ui &loiiua luiaMW bu bnw ... 'Inlng .111111 M. Smith. A. li.rilliainn Hitch who,! term oxplred.)

.,... MV iiUiU ". Ul. lii.t ot tbe beiiaie aaretolore Filed ui ",110 ducretary Q state sucu uiuiiibipaiiiy .. iue .v.. mcnb ana woiikCb.wAi ui ..<.cs Ui Fred, Guy anti K L. Also sworn Into office Tuesday
... txjuieuiiUur ,
.. I
.. hill iu.t IMiWiiCMi proviuod by tue Counutuuou out Mult 44 1144 any uiiiuicipoiiby .. iu lose county Oi ... ".s/Uton, tAbtAtc OA
kCl...4444 *. I..... lu uo cu. foX any 1"1' tuuu until bucnuua i and 4 ..uoi, eucublc'Ctlou : AAO11U4A ui auu,iiH bu*.icu ..... [tatthew night were Mayor ( hots. A. Darby
i..t 4404I14S bUlibVMtUibbM 1 luat Munoaj snail uot allect occuous t, 01440toj4 .. U. s..ia nil 0. 44141.114414 nnd holilovrrs.
toe lirat lueeday .. A JO1N1 KiiSuLUliON Proposing .1.4441 City Clerk Cat
1M1WAuy anAiucuuuieut V ul tuia OWS4 0400804414. Juuuury 0 uine Aa
. A. in tu tue ol iuebtala a. 0, l .I" uitaxea uuiUMi Johns
Con ltutlon "'ILlu'l..n aiia cuiivcliou WCW and Chief of Police A. L.
444.441. tne the tuiauebiiieUb MMU 1,1,1,1 Ue
4 . -4' .v" pruvmiuuji vioridu to 9UwAnibbtU Ot be carried out ,
01 to .. Immcdiattly.It
4. wuica sunniiiuuiu _.
. nuieby repealed. 1. i..w. ccvuia oi ..
aereWUB 1* uiuuicipauiv bna
.
'I 14008U. coullict lu suuu ui iriulAua AC4MOn Alvart-x.
.. . In tlcie J. C..W tuereot. iteiating uow piuviuua by ..w. .S,4A..fl04u .. It thought important to I
. . ".. .. cuuaoiiUtiiioiAuillcue 444 (10014842 nut ia 8444' 40644* ., 145 .*S440..4. I.
..4..04 .M1)141846 $401 t. OIled, in omc secreiary 0 dtatj 111 the cuuubiea. ul uaue tuiuuriuiHo. pioviuvu .... . tUui iic.u ai auy uiaieaneiupon iteuviajcity .. bu ue ntiu .. bnv iusb i Uw** I thu fundH nt this time mi Unable to complete all current
'li
... . l 8. ) or towu eicttiou 44801 40404 .. ... MAoMMajr AM UIKAM.. buoinens
ol
M atate ftioriua* auu i/ruvid- lucu at 40444. tuutvutiva 141.1 be hand at one meeting the
will
. 440.4. aa lunuws lat the on
I 4 iatiuU M pMlrtil .
money
. 0' anAineiiuuifiit bog iu bald UUU"I. IM tue UoiuOiuatloo IC.lu. eicctiuu by beuI 44144 .. Council
"44 . .4444448y l>0 044. A JOIN KtaoLUTiuN "ropalnl 01 '"'_ " anu Oolloc.biuua sucu eutllleU to .cbAwn i a VIUAU ana altei Jauu lien needed. adjourned to meet again
.,4.4048 CPIllo8(440444.I.8U141. lu 1] '. I 01 tntt ireelioidels 045 o .0 144. 1.4004 4oO ,
ceut .
t"0U IU."u.ot w.ut,. Municipal eiecuou tue CJUCAIIUU ulwuuirier tne .. next Tuexduy night for the purpose
4-4. . 4.00.404 .840 00804 01 tlie CuxiautUbionol .1 void in ucn count 01 iuwuiwvan, otaiie PrpHt-nt include
K'KUt plans
Slid fermituug raising
.444. .0481. .04444040 AUiU u.... 1.IIIUI btate fc'iuriuu Heiutmit toUouoOe Municipal u..r.t (I... or not aucu uiuiiiuipuiiiy .1. ui Jriuiiuo, AUOAA aaacAa UAA A/ioA ulbx AOI of completing organisation
04414"IJ000IIOII.8441.4040.Uue . 'I"IUUm .a fiectious l aua A ail 048,0, choir loft the
loJy. DV wucMAb, if an l
..1. 4'01480*. . ) toe 01 ol be buuuu auu upuu a 01.440040 a* u Awuntci* ,replacing and appointing committees.
wn"ul""o. ouiiot
| ui* i uu ty-iiiii.. (Utfbiii buiimoiuu troe. l"w. auu I. [uKiugol Coui- County fronccuior .ne euiicitor WIth be piaueii ..uouuu tue sucu muuiuipmity uu* baAca bu uv ieVAeu AM buv wuunby rjtan In the center alcove: tiullilig -

446041, Uu- Just tnat ul Hiid Combiuluu vote to . ubne ababe vuunk, "0..1 OCMUCAI
.u..I. CHJCtioua.
PI"a ot I.te AIlU. oounU By saiu l
be in the iCily
tiignt uulu.
toe tueieaibiK ocnoui slinty
40401.4.401.0 by iroviumg snail uiauicb. pecllii 4441.0004UI a pastor's
toO ol tue
aud
. I'.W pen
... wfc, mill c.. .a :o' Work Account SJliull Nut ut Be Member Ueuiedor Civil ,ou.t llell Uuue Unwlnl.I 1.. Collector . Couiuy Faa Assessors AUe..Mca-aiabuia.... aUU AfcA unlClUlMibllhS, n one slit, nnd a vestry. rnnm War Fund Drive
uu SAIAMI .
'1.. i-iuliun uuui guiuu.lUlO uie ul Circuit 1."ttOO" 1. Uaueaua ab bna i v4AalUblVe
I 11480.0 .44001 4054 0141.441.404- snip Muu-Muinouratiip in any Labor I WII CI"I fax conuctois 01 i CCAAIon itfla AAM14 11UAM blina 1 the other: reflnlnhlng'floor' **,

144W0 o. or Labor Or"aDI"atlon; and o.r. .u' . suau inibose uocuarKe .,. bnuleaAWJi, anucb iawa .
Union. apecnynni and new Inirlor
JIUI 11.111.pUlyee. REbOLVUJ I.EUJ3- fee ur uiuerwiaeupou tying new rni-jM-ts
toe UiKat ol I'J ot bne UuftbAa. (
UiaO (nut 1J I 11 uy way iunUbiuna.
1.440001W8 Providing ana woinptfAAAUblUM
....
uia
Lie lillk O O towus.
1.0 b. Mep- CoUecUvely "R"1 ttuaua 11t& J1UIUIA. the niunicipaiiiiua Ul WUCUlby 1 A.4MMUi, UWatalAUbUU ( durorntlunn.L .
|i"..41... moil luiuw. 0 ,._) t 11. I. W..UI.. ul "I tricta or .jluur ,.'u" areua wl'1 plUUalUilM .A..Ui .. .,. Will Start Soon
le AMumxmit ,
".
tr..ervec uie .un' .
01 anu euiiie
uarwoyaineuuuu church treasurer
,
for Davis
'' aliuiA A. ,
.48144. ic oocii ol LIve BS IT BY THE LEQI8LA1URB u.. said Counilua (41ad I .. AiaeMiaV, uiuvme uy Aaw
ROLVEI oy auuiua Ariiuie uieretu sad
LU Miid ,a Oh l-'LOHUJA uaMtkaiueuw oou"t. tug uie eAbeiiaiuM UM bne 178 81ns
OJUilUWl ) other ito iiieiii nnutnicrd that a total. of $
.
O& fH anu aa auivuuvu ia actieeu to. and acreage taxue or .. .
ur ui
04400 bu eucil ol Ul# aineudmeut to lbs valoruiu Uuunty IIAA 4105050444 ml
DeA Thot Uie loU.WIDI oe auuuubbed to tue eiectora 01 uupoaed or tu ue inipoaud nereunder tuAee .. *. ., raUeil by the Woild C'omni -
"" pupuiuu OWUI. Couatltution State 01 Florida. el1 btate friurida lot orrejectluu autlee ol tIle finite .. bileababa, ciuunby, Determined to loduem Itself
i aiivn u> 1480 Declaration ol Minnta i 0 I.UpLUI .b. .g..eIW. coUMby ocuuui AU.AJU, ouuoui ,
vacii "
'' Section 1. of LbS nenl general ., = cur payments U. .. n Ion llectlon Joist Sunday fur Its failure to contribute
uy AaA to
a tl. .el uiay OPUC1UA
t'lurlUa feCMUOi
\
...v* the dIalS .t of aaid Conatltutlon.I be and tne same ol .w County orCouutiea UiSUAUbS SSU-
0 to in yeal 4481(4. ...
1-4 respective 'pun Uua,
I. to
snailIje l'wllAIU'lUL
ji tucn and tne
appurtioiiiiient.UiKiumiur la Hereby to, .W. U. amount not tu exceeu th" Nalllnalo'ar Fund last Y"l1r.Bradlur,1 ,
.. to 04)1)400. "lrll tne quaiuied s.A. in al maae auupaid auCbiuM i>* .. it,".alia altei January .
eluL-1 cent c..ctl"' A, iMiu, Ins /lethodist Church"To County will make AU
rcuit.Aiu4iUuu I. Clia tfouatAul ore ot 1.4015 btate 01 Florida lo Section 1. 1Ial..1.a.a. one per eacu taxing I cuuilby IUA coneubucin

n pr""VI. cation or rejection at the eWuln" DibUt. u"cmb' .O.tl by tlie \olecW' Costa ul collection UAW county ul iiUAauoiuuau, abata usiioiAua rally mart on the current drive,
| ". luMlUU 0. Leglo.O Election. tnat ia to ea 4000004000 ol tIle c/ouutioe authority to anaii 00404.4.44148 bUAtMi ieviau
LIer.s000t100
Ueuerai laL .. uiuiureu by Whom Shall We Oo" will
O JI ",. UIUMu 0140018 a. Section 12 ol the Declaration ot Rllnt uuil Oraulte. fetaia of frloriuu. tuialleiicii and aasesameut. bna cuunby uy tue abate '' under, the chali-nuinxlilp of N.

a.iu. un ui> duty 0' tnui of tbe (Couutllutloo. of tee 0 uccuiue aua oe He aMMMon 01 c'uuutiee.auction the cuuuiy ocnuoi .. &cuuoi Ulabilcbs the topic lined by \\h<\ Hev W Sternberg who holes]' that the
after I
.I amended to read all property lu tuau reapectlvetyountiea. >. ruat o .ne 44400(048 .1 OCMOUi IJiSUAUbS AaUAAiClpUAltlUa. -
be &
u oK'.I.ur.,.. .ceail follows t'lorldl a& aud tuey after luat ot tue uie Couuty Churchwell, pastor of the $:. )OO quota can bit mixed b,-
11.tWe. o.1
>p.ciai n ktoKuiur ID. c "Section 13. No person shall be subject date niiuce ail .w.n. iM aavaiureui "jU''OI 11'"oIU"w. ot tbe lUI.ol.u..e lot 4. lue nemsmluis iiail at tua i..u- [ethotliflt Church Sunday morn- foie thu nutlon-wlile. campaign

O Ui. :e"r""UIIIO) 1 to be twice jut *m Jeopardy ,o aud acreaue uix. aud otuertaxee ., mate lul.. ""LV&IMUIAOM ul iw-lrf., anu iruiu biiuabvi will be
IZ 1 w tu.e 0 uepreu the same qfteiue. nur compelluu lu *047 tuat are ur uiuy ue uupcwod upour which said Colivcujrs have a". elected lIHa. time ,.....a' enact .... spvcAiy 'ig at 11. o'clock. Twlt gets under way on Oct. 23.

icriiin "ruVlg.c lot crlmlual caae t be a witneaa aKalnsthlmaelt .ui or pvriiuuai property vr tueu use. aa ot the date 01 J.uuay.Let Uuuulylax AMU ,. uoweia, .. ".., uutiva anuuumpiMJiuuoM oeclal music by the Cholr and In announcing his plan for
"OKWI( O I'0 .1. rexulur nor deprived ot Hie. liberty UiciudiCtf oy way 01 mania valuationau tIll *Utl8 imposed upou ul lux conecbucueaia
< Ouae "UU..II will he
.'I"> ...' :u.v. taall tiavv.o or property without due proceneof ..m.l. upon prouurtv lor uco collectors ol me Counties .1 Article.snail ., .. AM ". . A ul 114.. oaotion n old-time song service an emly whirlwind, drive Mr.

":"t' any OPIMrTIOnll0048t law; nor snail private proprL betaken wuu.elp..ty. IWO. <.tt". or auier and Urauge oy law auu taaeu tD.ovet by IA, uua aurtu AixewiMi pruviue lorbue feature of th. ev'nlnl hour. Ht"rnberg Wednesday t'nlll1..d. 'lh.
ana
"1t .0, m the ucuat .d without Just Floe taxing dlllcL ui ) auaurange ue .ume. coiioc'bAOU, care, uuutouy, reputtinii
.U\> >. te\re.eula\ve.. .1a ritfUt of persona to work ball not be .P"CI' ( ad .valorvmWUHIIMUIOQUI the respective oi the Circuit ana uistiuii.ement ol ". ..ia uuiiwttbeuuy ubji'ct for the evening will bo Cooperation of members of .theRotary

J ui amii "plllon- denied or abridited on account 01 memo null oe SUbject to reviewauu court in and lor U.d. IUO. OrauxeCounties luxe ",. cuuuiy Collector. n Karnent IJfe". Church school Club who will usulst him
[ m : jul me'Us .I. beramp or non-membersnlp in any equalisation by tlie Cxjuxity Hoard who a..1 Jfneu iu u.l. b.0.1..15 ue eltata
on tue reprullebta. labor union. or labor organization; of Jhquuli aliou 01 ea"l Couuty waiun over the booics. .. and. accounts, and June 44. .1. sects at 10 a. m. with a clniMr In canvassing the bunlneHH district

I.. .'ure w reqUired oy provided that thll clause shall not be 10 euon Couuty (. ol toe ..o. of the uollecvor lor each ne woumy Known sod me ... ... 1 compliance with saidproyosca > i-very age. Youth Fellownhlpl. of Starke antl other ureiw
'IO, iu adjourn conatrucd to deny nr bridge the riRhtof erai County Couuuiseiouvre ana one who h.r"a1. .1.1 Circuit aiutfiiilrnenu. ajiU Uie canvuAa,
-u, ..' "aordlUHrT .esalonloumeut einplnveee by and through a laborrn'ganlooittlnn member appointed trout aud ov eacnmuuicipiility termed "lax" Collector 01 the ot "uc..r.u aiui ,,.urO uiureol .ul I.'UDUCt I. 6:3: (). Snack hour. A gll"rogrl&m. throughout the county.

Oall not or labor union to bargain or towu m eacn County our and ut Uie s.uie regulauoiis as ) Come. "
be .
wuica lot live down
.
1 Mt tn. Dd of coliectivelv, with their employer 0. 01 mure tuao the Iup.clv oun'y for by law lur ttuiierai .1."Uuu IN "We've got a to

.'" all until reap- InIa.4c., Secretary 0 State I"V'ul. P\Uh.tOD .lu.; .aid fiooUIt Cleric. ale fcutle 01 tiuilua. Ilex R awhead of I! Mi1. Sternberg 8alol.Vo! are
the expiration Chaplain
-- U. and .1\01 coo,. Fle 18-13 bquallzatiou mall otncrwue De KoveruttU Section o. On and after AiN Ir.al'lMONy WllEUEOf.i "The ''fltill
>ther "an luctiumect r. 8 ov Htfiieral iaw from lime : ot the terms oi county nave bu ..nt set mynanu amp IJIiindmg will sing In the dog home for pujwlnic

PTopoelna anAflbendleUt to time r.force pert.luIO" to LAO Hi Iiclturs of Unde and Uranue shall.IO e.uliorvln" and uie. Ureat 'oly City" at the morning ser up this drive 111.41 year and I
RESOLUTION
Oe A JOINT 01 .. every for which they te bc.ii ol biuie 01 '.
equaluution t'lorida
rCflec 24 of Article oc .SEA 'a "r.. fellows what
it ".n m 1B44. to bertloo piuuicipality in eucu Couutv na.ml a at Um time this Article is at 'fuiluiiaiscii, the ceo want to how thorn

nd wiibia uluetyic til( ot the Constitution of tbe ttat population ot 3.UO or ... a' SP. a adopted lb. atate Attorneys ot Uatleand tnis tne urd day osA. t..t. wo can (54) when WH really try."
Uniform shall
'.. respectively 11.
to <
tit tIen. ot Florida Relaunl point an member .niUIhe Oranne Cunl U. 1U4I.
eleclol l3tDI! and Municipal and the or oecorue a ot the Board ol be and bee Prosecuting Utftn I A.Following O''Y. och Fountainrincs InrludiHi In t h IIVnr Fund'

J *' Pnrtv-first Ml$ [ Cla"ntflcat1nn 01 Cities' and Towns too par ) il eaualt .rs sit the 'Tlm'nal Conr's or H . .. be the annual contribution -
Initialization o will
t.0U15..A11y147 .
I" Ji In BE II BY TI!) 1'004rr1 .' ., 440. .'. .. 04.4' n I. 1" quoin
sucn s REOLVf .* 'n<
.
.. in th. T I" : 1. nil rF Ot| ., ('RIl')1 i 1 -- $2.500 to the Hoy Scouts und

.- the luncheon, a coke filrl Scouts thin elimlnutlng additional

'.--..-.- this week the MIle' of thu Boyd; I hour for ncwcomtrH WHM held to The snila fountain. Including drives for these orgunlz.i.tlona. -

,' 04 4 WHn C"I'nKp 4411 '*,nfveinii11 that's T all history : tlolloway home at the foot of wives with the club pru-. hootliH anil nil equipment, at Also Incluileil U the USO'fund

OV ihe) O. be- But "ancent" acquaint Mold TIIBKJuy -
Koch's Drug Store was and
night St. to J.irk FH Sanders
and \ and volunteer I
1M . gram Jacknonvllle
after now
the "shakeup" 'P from
to it buyer other except -
F r of 1000. agency
price practically every
O. P. Technical Sergeant Tlm" a purchase Major Irving Abrnnrm metal store there.
month and the H who plane. to open it
I
.
In the Mr. Is In the JpwelrybmlncsH of the K -d Crom" .
was sitting 1'rlelel 2:45 with young
Jipreciates' it Hutto : moth"ll The ciiiml'lei'iillon wa $2.V)0. hU
have
IM will
of his parents. I on St. and plan- i, Mr. Sternberg
to
the home future mothers
conclusion saidV" room In children and
he ,, i fountain was cloned within
Hutto. sipping to make as many Improvements The popular campaign plant perfected
the
S. fling
L. i concerning
want Mi-. and Mrs. anwwer queHtloiiH
the dealer's of the
monsy. tall glass : In his new home a* VVPH and two weeks ago bucatiH the next few day and' the drive
rant Cola from a Hlppptng' tialnlng
his Coca
a toopei'at. .
coperaton. surrounded. will permit. fedloJ. illffinilty In securing employen will begin Immediately thoro
J> Ice and regulations and development
Ko mnounced the clep- filled with normal growth It. The new owners be-
of admiring! circle of friend of children. Thin clinic Is fichcdulod after.
Pal) L. Bridges, retired by an moving out the equipmentWednewlay.
his family.An 4'0w at 2:45: gsa
'ad man. to the chairman- and members of New Sales Manager ( for" every Thursday .

01 the Starke Ration Board. I engineer-gunner on a lath ".4, At'Coca-Cola Plant I| in the Club library. .I motheritanil Dyer ResignsAs

.t Flying Fortress. 25yearoM y'' tuture mothers are Invlt.f to
recently vacated by the AAF Head of
miss- Masonic DegreeA
i aUon of H. N. Fairbanks Sgt. Hutto Hew his 50th Gilbert Newcomb l IM tbe new come, I Get

I now making his home In ion to the Pardurtce airdrome 24. He in sales manager at the Starke Coca Pvt. Guy S. Vucum Co. n, I large group of Masons from Waste Paper DriveThe

Czechoslovakia on August ..... Cola Bottling Co. He come from 492 Bn., of Shamoken I'a. won Ptarkc nttended ci-remonlea In rollnctlon H

arrived at his home here Tuesday the plant In Orlando where he''I the grand prize at Bingo Thursday Oainfuvllle Wednesday when fouiI I II waste paper since L. T.
several without a
C C Users night after a delay of I I 'lii served in the same capacity for I evening a tel<-phun. cal members of the local |lodge! Dyer. Co-chairman sponsor of the Salvage -

City. I
days In New York "hero three or four years. He replaces home. Valrle n. Kldd J. K: Newnome Committee for Bradford

| st t Apply Before Ruling out any talk of"I just Melvin GrlffU who la leaving to J' The newly organized crafts 'Carl Johnt and 1''. I. Durahlm"I'recllved I County. has rUlgn..1.f'ftectlve

I All Gone stuff, Sgt. Hutto says bat he re accept another position. group met Friday evening at 8 the Koyal Arch Degree Oct. 1. He stateS that becauseof

did what I was told", Austria -- 40 Mr. Newcomb's wife and two I j o'clock with Mrs. K. L. Potter J. M. Iiafby received, the degreeof the many duties he cannot find
Vienna. I Ia.
'Pllcants the mission to I visiting In Starke ''in of Juppllno. .
must file their re- calls most ex employed children were charg Mont Kxcellent Mailer time to carry It on further. With

: for renewal of B and CIne on July 26 as his WienerNeudorf High School ani to was his Induction I Sunday and plan to join him here (Ia. Mrs. Paul Bridges nerved punch Others attending from h.ve the help of the 4-II Club boys

'' rations before their sup. citing. The target wa goal the a painter prloi 1942.' He received, soon as they can find housing ,i iaccommodatons. and cake to the guests at tho .n .r._. Trim_ _._. -lf.irdin__. J. A. Tucker. fh..h... 04 thA,.n .achoolrt. of the
'* and over' the on Nov 11, V.
Msollne is exhausted. it curtain Nevada couple dance on Saturday even- I'aul Raymond Joe Martinez, county hn hn been collecting
LA Vegas.
Fortress ran Into a black hU wing at i music furnished by Sam John and Ralph Alvarez. for nearly 12
Announced by W. L Blair seconds after they 1913. He has been overseas > ing with S. St. waste paper
15 VOUMEIMr.
few July \
A BENNETT
Wek of flak. of first PVT. \ Baum and his orchentra. months
l's is their bombs. a burt a year and flew his and Mrs. Q. II. Bennett such as the
dropped classical
necessary because at hour for Day "Some organization
Homecoming
I A listening
two through the No. 2 engine mission Dec. 20 1943. again.itBremen received word that their son .I
members of the flak tore with the 8th have recordings Sunday evening drew Woman.1 Club. PTA American
.
j *U8t raton and set it on fire. Germany.. Pvt. Stanley Bennett was wounded be HomecomingDay Chi Scouts,
Sgt. will a Scouts
approve each request He was latertransferred a number of music lovers. There Legion. Boy

!!! tlonal coupons before it "After we put out the blaze AAF from England.to Italy and now in acton In France on Sept. i i I Robert Klndcca*. Co. A.. 228 Bn., I Celebration at Long Branch or some ouch organization: should

"''liable for the ration oft the pllo't feathered the engine.hearda the Air Medal with Oak 19. He now In a hospital in selected and played the symphonles Church on Oct. 8. All membersare sponsor this drive as there is
I several
-'a-' '" them out, Blair ex- The next thing I knew I wears .I England and it will be and songs for the asked to be pre ent and the Mill an acute shortage of this

ed() loud crash ad then our plane Leaf Clusters.brief furlough. which months before he will b able I evening.operas public U cordially Invited to at. material." Mr. Dyer mated.

\oulf nave time, effort and began to vibrate. Other bursts I After a with relative here to walk he writes. His address Servicemen and couple are invited tend There will be good preaching The city trucks are asked not

If ripped through our I he will spend Is: Pvt. A. S. Btnnet-39102. j and lunch will more waste paper
,11 applicants would call of flak had the Jacksonville Sgt. Hutto to take part In any or all and singing to pick up any
15 though and in S4163 U. Army at and
Office But even I Det. of Pt. on the grounds I III secured
for be served until a sponuor
an application bomb-bays the redistributioncenter by the .
k. I with flak holes. will proceed to Plant APO 509 Co PM | of the activities sponsored courthouse
nil It filled Hospital. should be left at
out properly and ship was Miami for reassignment. club U located at 201 noon. none
to'
'tb return safely in New York. He would appreciate USO. Thil I L. Harris Clerk.
to R. ,
the either.
ot the date board wel la addlPply ad-- we home managed base." j I.I.t I He Is married and his a young hearing from all of his friends.iy.. I North Walnut Street. -

Frank I Ic.
( t Bradford son,
Of gasoline Is need- Sgt. Hutto attended i

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flames Local Men On Price Panel 1 Abrams To Conduct St. Paul Favored N.. G.-- G. I. I l Edwards Elected To Head Council;



Bring About Better Understanding { Questions Clinic Over TornadoesIn The Toli'uraph hat "llf'C'hd New Men Named On Police Force

:Major Irxlnjf Abrurni of treat In .store for lit render- I ;

I he 1'. S. Public Health !>erlce In the! form of a weekly. article


th h Starke Retailers; Hearings Held I i e\ery> hold lliur!dii a )question' at 2:4.1: illnlc p. m. Tilt TonightFlushed direct written(rum h)' a:New nU'mhl'r lulneii of and our Beasley Appointed As Bond Trustee

I ut the Walnut M.! 1'SO: ('Inb.I Ktalf now im dente> of uliociiee.

The. Muhjert illitouHotMl are :Master Sergeant .1. t,1u ltr-'
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mcl composed of C. with victory; nfier their \\ M Kilwni'l, I .
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I bablen wlmt to feed
p them, son, Jr.Since.
ria, ,uv, chairman, F F. I! what Inoculations 17-12 win over BUll::11'11 lust Fu-, i him man lit the <''r'IC ,I nlasntlnnnieetmu ;
to glue Aiiilei'siMi !
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Sut. -t.l-
Bishop and Nat Boards I lay night the Biailfnul, Turrui'loen lit t ,
\ Methodists the new <
Seek :
H Agree I I hpm. iH-tmxlor j i-ohlrm ofliable' Uoned In :New iiilneu. (N. di i. City ""'11'11TU"K.lay
O..veek
l ,_ i elected by the and are prepared hnurvi'i., t. night when two m>wmembers
and children
cny'Ihiag i for short) itn.llll rex>rt oil
'. to coordinates "lake It on the chin'shen n K.V:. Hayes and,
rM you may think of the lift and Mulct I of the ordinary C. A.
,? establishing betT On Settlement a..Klng. All motliPfo and\ powerful and highly-favoieu st foot soldier ((0. I.) Mime $6,000 FundAn I night were sworn Into office)
the Paul'quad Invades Bradford and I .
,:'ndi-rstanding between pmaperthe mothers are In- heading<< leis column .lI. I K. 0. Duncan, re-'lee'led,
the Office of Park tonight. began u new term.
, md llohl
an' \lt<*d to attend.Church Adnvnistratlon here I A compromise settlement In St. Paul will bring a vetoiuu This fpiitui". willed will gate| I entluiNinttii start Inward members are Edwin: TOHHI, | an.J

Fat,, of last week the newT the amount of $3,000 was made team from Jacksonville! in an attempt wit; n refreshing new slant on a $6,000 fund to bi used fur rt'.1 Mi Fiwat'tiN.: .

,. with C. W. Baehr, i by the Board of County CommIs- to blitz the local lad In ii niUrmhle-nt-lM-Ht. will pair anll| temodeling the Starke H. A. Klahop, former chairman,

Liaison, Officer, Will.D.. sioners by unanimous vote at to Sponsor their own backyard. In spite of I...> found on page 2 t>f till Methodist Church wan made at and L. A. Davis whose termsexpired

Bee and Liquor Specialist, their regular meeting In the the! fact that the Tornado biu-k- 1..11. a meeting held Tuesday night; Tuesday. night. were not

Mr Arthur. Durable Goods Courthouse Monday to the Cityof field work showed definite Improvement After plans had been dlncUHxed. I. candidate,/ for l'el'll'ctloland reHied -

Wearing Apparel Specialist, Starke on all outstanding Road Scout TroopThe In the Bunnell bout. -------- a total of $2,200 was pledged In from the Council

1 Sheftall Meats Specialist, Maintenance Funds Including all Boy Coach James Hobbs Is none too the space of u very few minutes. The new Council begins lu term

Weeks, Food Specialist and taxes prior to 1914 which the optimistic over the outcome of City to Collect rppieuenting t commitments from 'I' with the following balance to the

Ogletree, Field Operationsr County owes the City. W M. Starke Methodist Church tonight's net-to. lie hopes, however only 10 of the members prmont. credit of tho City of Stark. cut

in a symposium with mer- Edwards, new chairman of the has agreed to become of that the record crowds will With more than 300 members on of Sept. 30: Light & Water Plant
sponsor
s who had received requeststhe City Council, submitted this pro- continue to turn out to back his. Taxes LicensesThe the church rolls. It ta believed by $13,009.64! ; General, Fund $1.-

0 P. A. to meet for a po-al. a local Boy Scout Troop it wan boys, win or lose official that the remainder of SB004( ; Sinking Fund jio; War

5Ion of ceiling prices. The wage of the Road Main- announced following a meeting; Phil Shuford, reliable right the fund can be raised by Thanksgiving fond in the amount of 70000.

B or not to be seemed the tenance crew was fixed at $4.25 Tuesday nlght.,pf the Board of guard will be out of the game City Council meeting here Day. Turning Its attention to the annual -

pIe point, of contention per day after the crew met the Stewards. because of a shoulder Injury. Tuesday night instructed. City W. I' Smith, chairman of the I police department appoint

i{ beer dealers who met ony Board Monday with a request for !of. C. Ware, manager of the Playing on fairly even terms Clerk Curl{ Johns to proceed with Hoard of Stewards presided over ment. the new Council named B.

morning with the board higher wages. The salary of Western Union office here, has during tin first half of last Fri. collecting|I all delinquent t taxes due Ihe meeting which was attendedby I, C, lioltzendorf./ and W. E. Thorn:

ran out some difficulties Arch Ellington, Road Mainten- volunteered his services as Scout- day's game, Bunnell never fully the I I City of Starke, both personal several women of the congre ton lo serve day and night shift

i arose from a question con- ance Foreman, was raised to $160 master and Olin White, Jr., will recovered from the shock of seeIng and l real estate, Immediately.It gation. C. 11. Nanworthy was up. alternately, changing uhlfta every

ns their classification In 2.B per month. >/ be an assistant. C. H. Nas- Fullback R. J. Turner run was also. announced that pointed chairman of men to head JW day. Patrolman M M. Mor-

,A groups, their assignment Carl McKln'ney also asBced'the worthy W. T. Clute, Fred Guy, the kick-off back 73 yards for a City Occupational! Licenses! be' up the solicitation of funds. and gun wan reappointed and Arlie

liter determining the amount Board for work on the road lead M.V.. Cressler and F. U Mat. touchdown at the opening of the came due Oct. 1 and must bo Jvfrs. L. A. Davis. wa. named, 'n. Dobbs and JV. Sparkmanwere

could charge for a bottleer ing to his farm near Sampson thews were named. u* a com- third quarter. From then on the paid.! at once In the office of the chairman of woven \\". Ft. Sew- named an new members of

City and the matter was referred mittee from the church to make Tornadoes. had everything their City Clei k.Chaplain's. ell will Serve RII tieaaurer., Those the foicc. J H. Sapp was dropped -

i Friday" afternoon the trial to Commissioner J. L. Wynn arrangements for leadership.With way, scoring four times in the i aske,| to nerve with the chairman because of IllnessO.

error panel continued its for investigation and report. of the third quarter. nunnrll tallied on committees. were: MrA. Z. L. lleanley was appointed
the JobIs
(ig with a handful of meri Concluding the business of the resignation once, In the second and again In Adklns, Mm. My it Ire Carpenter, member of the City Hoard of

'i all fields turning up day, J. M. Edward of the Brad- Rev. Cha.i.because A. Allen of! leaving as Scoutmaster the the fourth. Discussed Mrs.... JV.. Klncald. Mrs L. II. I llonit Trustees to Huccced Curl

chastised or fined as was ,I ford Engineering Company quoted Making touchdowns for BHS Vining, Junliix M. Smith A. Hitch wluiHi term expired.

bv the board as being I prices of various sizes of concrete city, those interested In Scoutinghere were R J. Turnei Ii Turner 'At Walnut St. USO Wllllnmit, Fred OilY and K n.j.I Also sworn Into office Tuesday

I expedient. I pipe to the Board and by movement are attempting here by the to expandth organization Tohn Amleraon, \Vmlswoith and Ccnxnring mail and sellingcunily Matthew. night were Mayor Chas A. Darby

(tlmony was also taken cong unanimous vote' they agreed to HurneyCabaret. I The work contemplated will and holdover), City Clerk Carl
i of two or more tronp > bars Maid Andrewc
-, overcharge made by pay L. A. Brown $75 per thous- : Major not be carried out Immediately John and Chief of Police A. L.
!
site to local merchants in I and for a limited quantity of Dances Stribling In his talk before the but It U thought Important to Alvarez

'fort to protect certain re- original growth of virgin fine Church OrganizedAt I army wives' luncheon on Thou,- ralHo tho fuads at this time no Unable to complete all current

against their source of I grain yellow pine lumber to be BoatdrainFive Proving PopularAt I day al the Walnut Street USO that the money will be on hand biiMlnens at one meeting, tho

|]II' also a function of the 1 used for bridges.Funeral | Club, were hU primary duties an 'when needed. Council adjourned to meet again
1. i the Wednesday night Cabaret ,. a chaplain World War I, Ma- next Tuesday night for the pur-
A. churches were representedamong Present plans Include raining
Dance at the USO Club on native of MI,, of
I ,
jot Strlbllng a BI pose completing organizationand
<
itoiiilnir to C W Baehr, tact- the choir loft
those from Starke, Hell- Streets. and replacing the
Today I Temple and Washington iHMtppI, now stationed at the Ite- appointing commlttee.itWar .
Officer who dill I ,
ice Liaison organ In the center alcove build-'
bronn, Graham and Brooker who I IMrs. Jeanette<< Christian .nerved. as Kloiial Hospital at Camp BlandI I II ;
d the discussion, "The O. P. For Tate DenmarkTate Ing a pa t.w'H dimly/ In tho rear
met with 17 from the Boatiiraln, I senior tinniest Acting a1 juniorhint I in#. Spoke nt (thn luncheon on
here to help the merchant on one Hide and n vestry room
[ eveiv' problem of his bus-!! I Powell Denmark, age 49, community to organize church ,eases Sarah were Povthresx Misses!. Gladys PatnyKeen "The Army Chaplain's Job", andcompared on the other, : rptlnfHhlnJe'flnor", Fund Drive
the tremendous and
a= well as to protect theme died at 12:33: o'clockVelnesday on Sunday afternoon. : laying new carpets and, new Interior
Sanchez, Lou iso Thomas Dorothy varied, mental, social, and -
retailer. In morning at the State Farm Hos- be known spiritual ,I
from the The new church to Marshall, Ellen decorations.
after extended Illness.\ Cumbu Kthollne responsibilities of a chaplain Will Start Soon
jy cases violators of ceiling pital an Boatdrain Baptist church,
the
as Henrietta Allison Grace L A. Davis, church treasurer,
Tanner, .
A' life resident of Starke, I today with I the .simple, peifunc- i
at ie nnocent of their vlola- long although Incomplete is constructed Veal I announcer) thai a total of $17H5l:
Colton Lavcrne. nav11.1I'y .
| tilt duties In tho last war. At
of Stephen B. and )
I through lack of information he was a son block and located .
of cement and wag raised by the Woild Communion -
Keen,
<<
Kathle Olson Carolyn '
the time, are Determined, to, re.d-e.ni
chaplain
World present
Denmark, Itself
I the 0 P A, would like to Mamie Crews on the Griff horseshoe road I collection last Sunday.
Bat even If this is true, War Veteran and a member of about 4 miles southwest of Margaret Beam. dance (I faced with problems ranging I fur its failure' to contribute to
night
the Brotherhood of Railway At the Saturday I from ptralghtenlng out humorous<< 'the. National War Fund last year
' involved In violations bring
Starke. the door prize a free long distance love tangles. to leading a serviceman Methodist Church"To Bradford' County will make an
Trainmen.
|cha-tcement of the panel The Rev. L. G. Hemingway of call, was won by I I
Funeral services will be held telephone I to a genuine; belief cud faith eaily mart on ihe current drive,
themselves. They couldhe in the Christian Starke was the principal speaker Pvt. Paul K. Capp. Junior hostesses In God, despite/. the chaos. of our Whom Sh.ill" We C,)" will under the chairmanship/ of N.

declared conclusively. at 3 p. m. Friday will be at the organization ceremony were Lora Crew! Edith world. he the topic used. by th>\ Rev. W. Steinberg will hoists that thin
and burial ::
Ixcept in a few cases, fines Church here while the opening prayer was led June floss Melvlnn J. Churchwell pastor of the I
Crew, ,
3,500
I be
near Lake Oversea fanhloiied, fromkhakicolored quota can ral "'il bEJ-
jt ea,i last Friday were not high In the Dekle Cemetery by the Rev. Louis D. Haines andS. Thornton, Mary Jo Caldwell.Frances cops were at each Methodist Church Sunday morn- f"re t h it nntlnn-wide campaigngets

" 'f us Baehr explained, City. E. Sparks read, the A i tides of Colley, Lorene Moncrlef, paper Ing at 11 o'clock. There will be under on Oct. 23.
Is survived by favors, and tags way
name
ly r if them were first offense Mr. Denmark Faith and the Church Covenant. Margaret team Garnlto Hutto, place as special music by the choir and In announcing hula". plans for
II Betty Jo and were In the form of crosses theChristian
daughters
F two P. S. Den- A collection of 150 wa received.An Sharon Hall, Louise. Stein, and symbol. Mm. I an old-time sung service will boa an early whirlwind drive, Mr.
' brothers. chaplain's
'mtlnuing, he pointed out, Shirley; two feature of the evening hour.
John H Den- Invitation:: was extended by Marie Jenkins. Christensen, Mrs Bernhard Stnrnberg! Wednejatiy, enlisted: thecooperation
Ralph
two years, the Office of : mark of Starke and to the New Senior"\ hostesses were Mrs. I Subject for the evening will bo
the congregation of member! of the
mark of Jacksonville, and two Fengel; and Mrs D. F. Mc-
Administration has en- Its Wilson Mrs. Mattie Gahag- "An Earnest. Life". Church school
River a-iaoctatlon to hold un- Frank I Rotary Club who will assist him
Hood of MuV Failnnd were in charge of decorations / -
Onle
fire' to educate the mer- sisters, Mrs. Hanleyof ion meeting the last Sunday in en, Mrs. W. T. Chute Mrs. Raw-i for the lunch. meets at 10 a. m. with n doss! In canvassing the business district
Mamie
:NVnv It expects compll- berry and Mrs I December in the new church. son Davis, Mrs. Bertha Pearce, for every allEO. Youth Fellowship of Starke ami other urea. .
land intends to get It." Lakeland. and Mrs. W. (I. Htrln fplJow. Mis. C. J. Carl),, Mr, Fail! Rt 6:30.: Snack hour. A good 'throughout inn county

incklv softening a harsh Assisting with the distributionof Christensen, MI'". Ruth Stevens program. Come. "We'v Kilt /a Int in live ilown"

fwnt: that sounded as If he' Hutto Back Home door tickets and acting as and Mrs. Virginia Edwards prepared Chaplain Rex f:. Lawheud of I Mi' StornbcrK IInl.1.V"' a r e

t business, Baehr said, Sergeant hosts were Frank Wilson and and nerved the meal.<< Camp islanding will !sing! "TheHoly Mill I In the dog house: for passing

J"e i a few ber dealers In'' Missions Over Europe W T. Clute.jFriedlcr. Mrs. Roger Luhn. army wives', City" at the morning er- uj tills ,drive lust year and t

ke! that. I should like to com-I After 50- I Council chairman, presided! at the vice want to .show Uiowi, fellows what

en.. h .Ugh the press. They '1- ,m BuysHolloway I huskiness meeting during which we can do when w" really I ny "
['he proprietors of "The Can- He's flown I over target ,I I Mrs L. G Barnard wan electedto Koch Fountain Included In theVIII' Fund

. Yugoslavia.
Angelo's", "M a ude's Italy, France. Germany Roumanla . It.1 : House j jW I nerve a term of eight weekson quota will be I the annual contri-

md "Rabeck's". These Austria, I the Council. I Brings $2,500 bution to the Boy Scout und
unnounrr,11 I
Czechoslovakia -
I and
ave been I n constant Bulgaria, Hungary T. Clute. Realtor, Fallowing the luncheon coke Girl Scouts, thus eliminating ad-lilltlonnl
week the mile of the Boyd I The soda' fountain Inrliiillng
,1 with ceiling prices ex- i this hour for newcomers was held to drives for these organization :
. m that's all "ancient" history (Holloway home at the foot off I booths and all equip m e n t, at
But wives with the club
ne O. P. A., both be- acquaint program II. Also Included. In the USO
w;: after the "shakeup" now . and Wednesday night Sunders St. to .lack Frledler ata \' and volunteer, actlvltlCH. Koch's "Drug" : !Store= was said! | Tues lun.l.VtI., Prisoners Aid nnd
Talma'. F 4 of tl.OOO | to buyer, from Jacksonvillewho
'lac Sergeant price day a
Technical purchase
month and the O. P. Major: Irving K Abrams metal practically! every other agency except
'Prei' ates it." Hutto was sitting In the living; !Mr Ft led lei Is In the jewelrybusiness j 2:15: with mothers of young plane to open a store there. the lied Croud.Mr .
of his parents Cull st. and Is plan- ,, The connldenillon was J2.500.
home on
wncmsion. he saidV" room In the children and future mothers to , Sternberg, will have his
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want the dealer's mon.y. Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Hutto slpplnita r '/ fling to make as many improvements answer question concerning the The popular fountain was rlox- campaign plans perfected within

ant his cooperation." Coca Cola from a tall glass [i In his nphome as WPD feeding, sleeping training, and ed two weeks ago because of the the next few days and the drive

j|" 11'1.> innoimced the cleo- filled with Ice and surrounded regulations will permit. normal growth and developmentof difficulty In securing, employee to will begin Immediately there-

of Paul L. Bridges, retired"' by an admiring circle of friends ,, L I children. Thin clinic Is scheduled operate, It. The new owner. he- after.

I'ad man to the chairman- and, members of his family.An 15th .-. New Sales Manager for every Thursday at 2:45: gnn moving out the equipment

of the Starke Ration Board, >gunner on a At'Coca-Cola Plant in the Club library. All mothers Wednesday. ResignsAs
25yearold j Dyer
f't: recently vacated by the AAF Flying Fortress, I and future mothers are Invited to

ration I; of H. N. Fairbanks Sgt. Hutto flew his airdrome 50th miss-In # 1ay.y Gilbert Newcomb U the new I come. I Get Masonic DegreeA Head of

I" now making his home In Ion to the Pardurlce 24. He sales manager at the Starke Coca Pvt. Guy S, Yocum, Co. n Waste Paper Drive
L August I 'I of Masons from
Czechoslovakia on Tuesday Cola Bottling Co. He comes from _.Q v_*>,_I _Rn_" _nf_ Shnmntcen' -I>-n... Won 1 I large group I
.. arrived at his home here severaldays the plant In Orlando, where he I the grand prize at Bingu Thursday Starke! tended( ceremonies In The waste paper collection 14 ,

C Users night after a delay of served In the same capacity for evening a telephone call Gainesville Wednesday when four I'I without a sponsor nines L. T.
City. members, of the local lodge
York
in New ; four lie replaces home. Dye Co-Chulrmnn of the Salvage -
three or years.
''si Apply talk of "hero Valrle H. Klild. J. to:. Newnomc.
Before out any Bradford
I for
Ruling Melvin GrlffK, who la leaving to The newly organized crafts I Committee
1 All Gone stuff", Sgt. Hutto says, "I Just another position. evening at 8 Carl Johns and K. L Dumhlmer ', County h a a resigned. effective
accept met Friday
he recalls group
I was told", but ,,_'_ --- received the Royal Arch Degree becauseof
that
did what r Mr. Newcomb' wife and l twochildren o'clock with !Mrs. E. L. PotterIn Oct. 1. He stales
I '
PUcants the mission! to Vienna Austria I in Starke J. M Iwrby received the degreeof duties' he cannot find i
; must file their re- i were visiting charge of ..fuppllnH.Mr \ the many
... his most ex and was employed j Most\ Excellent: MaulerOther ,
for 26, as School With
High further.
July him here time to It on
on to carry
join
renewal of Band C I I I Sunday and plan | nerved '
I'aul punch
Wiener Bridges
induction hive
'lee target was pilot! to his attending from Club
rations citing. The as a painter find housing the help of the 4-H boys
'* gasoline before their sup- Neudorf and over the goal theFortress on Nov 11, 1942. Ha received,l !: as soon as they can I! and cake to the guest at the 'were Torn larding, J. A. Tucker, through the school. of the

announced Is exhausted It ran into a black curtainof ,1'his wing at La.t Vegas Nevada, accommodations. couple dance on Saturday' evening Paul Raymond Joe Martinez. V. county hIt has been collecting

reek by W. L. Blair flak. A few second after the July 15, 1943. He has been overseas PVT. uENNirrT \\'OrXUEU; with music! furnished by Sam S. St. John and Ralph Alvarez. waste paper for nearly 12:

'la 1 u dropped, their bombs, a burnt of i a year acd flew his first Mr. and Mrs.\ G. II. ''j Baum and his' orchestra. months.

,two members necessary of because the ration at flak tore through the No. 2 engine t missIon Dec. 20, 1943, against 8th have received word that Bennt-tt'l( A listening hour for classical Homecoming Day "SomH organization such a.i the

fire. Bremen, Germany, with the recordings Sunday evening drewa l'TAmerlcaa
'must and set it on Pvt. Stanley Bennett, wa wounded Womans Club
arfm, approve each request out the blaze, AAF from England. He was later (> number of music lovers, Sgt. i There will be a Homecoming Boy Scouts Gill Scout
"al we put In action In France on Sept. i Legion
rlltllable! coupons for the'ration before of-It "After pilaf feathered the engine. transferred to Italy and now 19. He ifl now 'In a hospital InEngland Robert Klndnesi., Co. A., 228 Bn., Day Celebration at Long Branch or lome such organization shouldsponsor
the hearda Air Medal with Oak selected played the nympho- Church Oct. 8. All\ members Is
pa"8 them thing I knew I wears the and it will be several and on this drive as there
e out Blair ex- I The next crash and then our plane Leaf Clusters. months before he will be able nice operas, and songs for the are asked l to be present and the till an acute shortage of this

'oUI" loud vibrate. Other bursts After a brief furlough, whichhe walk, he writes. His address I Il evening public\ la cordially Invited to at- material," Mr. Dyer mated.
ave to
time and I to
ne effort began ripped through our will\ spend with relatives here A, S. Bennett-34910062, Servicemen and couple are Invited tend. There will be good preach The city trucks are asked not
had l III Pvt.
applicants :
!e oKice I for would call |lof bomb-bays flak But even though the I I and, In Jacksonville, Sgt. Hutto Det. of Pt, SU65, U, S. Army to take part In any or all ing and singing/ and lunch will to pick up any more waste paper
i. an application I I holes to the redistribution the bo nerved on the grounds at la secured, and
nil It out amiof filled with flak will proceed Hospital, Plant APO 508, Co PM, of the activities sponsored by until a sponsor
nth the properly I f[! ship waj to return safely to'' center :n Miami for reassignment. New York. He would appreciate USO. Thin. club Is located at 201 I noon. none should be left at courthouse
board well la ad- I managed
. the we I'I He Is married and has a young from all of his friends I( North Walnut Street. -R. L. HairUr. Clerk. either.Trading .
, date that the addl- I home base. Frankle. hearing i I!
8U Bradford son,
l
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THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH : Hospital. We wish her a

e -peeJy recovery. JIMTJ1-E5
E"lahlllthl'd 1877 Mr. Loca Whitten was visiting ;
frg"@O@ Lake Butler Sun-
relatives In
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: "The Story of Dr. Wassell"
;; day.Cliff
f.'a. @ 0 Hazen of Troy. Ala., was Presea;
I'ubll..ht'df'Ily on Friday und Entered an Ste'c'ond Class; Matteat r visiting" his mother Mrs Dan

the Pout Office at lS.arke'1; Florida.__ . 'N ...... I Hazsn Sr., last Friday.Mr. .

,,;!, ',D.... ... ;: and Mrs. Andrew Jones I Gary Cooper In Exciting DramaThe

WHEN SO MUCH is be and family of Donaldsonville Ga.,
A Few Reasons O by J. LHARRELL - are visiting relatives here this
' !ing said and done to = long-awaited picture. "TheStory

\Miy\\ere\ V Voting muddy the politicalFor "Every time I go to town the these GOPsters who have been week.Dr. O. B. Hazen and son of of Dr. WasBell"' producedby brave announcement man of T WI

Roosevelt Again waters, and with only a I boys keep kicking my dog a- I blaming him for everything fromthe West Palm Beach were visiting Cecil R DeMllIe, will open on the Navy of T) "
few weeks remaining be- Saturday night at the midnightshow order hUll,
round"- or that's about what Mr. Hoover depression to prolonging relatives here last week-end. Commander !
fore the General Election in November, the time is op- Roosevelt said the Republicanswere (| the war in Europe for Fred Green of Starke attended and will show at the regu- mediately Was* Rec

portune for an impartial and unbiased: appraisal of doing to his little pet dog, personal reasons.. services at the Church of Christ lar times Sunday Monday and problem of faced there, sit
his first Kala. Ye .ir. III. speech wa Tuesday at the Florida Theatre caring for g2rt
President Hoosevelt's accomplishments during Sunday and was the dinner guest sailors from the (
three terms. I gathered from his Saturday poison to the Itepubllcanti of Mr. and Mrs. Lawhorne. This stirring film Is based on I and Houston. ships' Malt\

No one, least of all the President himself, would night speech that the President or "plzen", at you might Cpl. and Mrs. Pasco Mott of the true-life experiences of Dr. I While

that everything he did was wise or practical.The thinks the Hoover-Dewey crowd spell It If you had a Georgia Valdosta, Ga., were visiting Wag el1 and wounded sailors from the many are able to
argue dangerous
Isn't satisfied with talking natty I old-maid school teacher. I friends and relatives here last whom he rescued from Java. The ; pot
of is that he is "only their
trite thing to say, course, own power,
about himself his better-half and heard of one once who taught weekend: Navy hero's story Is o h e with stretcher ten sago,
human" and being human was bound to make some all their children) but they're now In Florida before our fair Mr. and Mrs. A. E. McKinney which every American Is familiar cases r>.

mistakes. However, when we take the over-all picture accusing his pet puppy of sucking state was old enough to have of Starke were visiting Mr. and since its telling/ on the air by courage safely to In bringing nine oJ

into account, any fair-minded person we think, is eggs.It's old-maid' school teachers 0 fits Mrs. R. E. Hazen last week. President Roosevelt In one of his main Australia provide,

bound to admit that the good far out-weighs the bad. Haiti that a drowning oxiii. TinliK'iil trustees Friend will be Interested to radio addresses.! plot of the
We are indebted to a Washington Correspondent mini will grasp' at a straw Instructed. her to erect a sign know that Miss Lone Stokes The early Incidents In the film Wassell enemy- bullets and 't bomb!

of the Christian Science Monitor for the following sum- anil I guess the It..pllbll'lIn"In ahoa certain spring for- underwent a major operation at describe the life of this country and tends remains with his M
them
mar$' of accomplishments of Mr. Roosevelt's 1 three u H t realize I ihej'rp going biddlnjc( the children" to drink Aliichui County Hos pIt a 1 I. in doctor In Arkansas and how he the help f faithfully.
o .
John again for the third there, for fear they would Gainesville Thurs'day. Benin. a
terms : I time, or they wouldn't stoop get the rlillN und fo\er. The Mrs Marvin Hazen of Starke left his", moorings to aid the Chinese nurse and Tiema.tlm. . ,

Franklin Delano Roosevelt to throwing mud at tin Innocent good woman did u* requested was visiting here Sunday.R as a medical missionary. girl as played by s.ne: !i
and Carol
stepping up from the Governor's little dog that never unit when the sign was "11"- H. Brooker of Gainesville Gary Cooper as Dr. Wassell Thui-ton

chair at Albany, N. Y., did anybody more harm than pended ahme the spring It atended Sunday Services at the plays the role perfectly aided by nlcolor This picture, is fll" I In
to shake off a jigger flea read: "PIZKN. DONT I and is .i hl.a"'a-"
entered the White House In Church of Christ. Laraine Day the nurse In China tribute
.
to DrVas
now and then. .
every DRINK"
1933 at a time when the nations I Pvt. Howard Douglas of Ft. who brought inspiration to the Navy's greatest .ne O'
the audience ate he.w
r' Anyway Just
'i
I
banks were cloning and But plzen or poison--no matter Banning, Ga., was visiting his
up what he said about the Republicans -
how It-t hat' parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. K.
fat rfn unusually large number and his little dog and you spell s Just

of Jobless were on the streets., It put them In such a good frame what Dr. Roosevelt administeredto Douglas this week.
Mr. and Mrs Luther Sowels of
7Sfres':. Ills first tll"k11" recovery ot mind that they swallowed the Dewey's White House hopes Micanopy have moved Into the II

t for the nation'sbn.inrss rest of his speech hook line and Course there's gonna be a lot new home they recently built next
A bank sinker and! ran under the log more speak In' before the votes
10-d.iy to the Baptist Church and will
k with the cork.I are cast but I bet the Repub-
holiday was granted be members of our community.
for one was glad to hear I licans leave the President's dog MIDNIGHT SATURDAY
ConKI"a" called! Into NOTICE: There will be a small
Mr. Roosevelt start laying it on out of It from now on. Sun.
H'Clal session. and In box placed In the Brooker Junior Mon., October 8, 9

threw month It authorized High; School for the purpose of '
could teach even our American : collecting\ news Items from the t
| a program that women a few things about air : people for our column in the The Greatest Romano
shattered prrmJenta(. and
Mm N. G. conditioning.That Bradford County Telegraph. If Adventure Ever Filmed
unprecedentedand
gsve first ramp was located everyone;:: will cooperate in this

and discretion. In an enormous clearing matter, we will have a much better r> r Thrills beyond belief
'
More permanent reforms 3.by In the jungle. The at- column each week.Pine ''1 . a love storebryondcomparc(
followed: The Securities and mc"phere11" very dusty in

H --_._--,.- ... ---,_._..._- .. the morning ts'fore the rain S Y M . . -
--- "''''''''''''0'' .Ulllllu..un oJ'''".
the .. s truly DC Sidles groitit!!
tho Social Security Act, the Tennessee Valley Authority the S. S Kt. A.V.. ground was a bog every u x : ts

National Labor Relations Act and 1 the housing program le- nel..r..n, J,', afternoon after the ruin-youran Level Y4:,.. 1
no doubt gather that we
signed to aid the nne-third of the population which the 1'resi- have, our dally rain a. H.y :Mrs II. 1\(. Mc-Rae
regularly
lent contended was "Ml-nourlshed. Ill-clad and Ill-housed." 4 nitltor'w. n..t "\> .\.1.*rMf.n, Jr.. Biirittlker nt the as we h:"f' our daily
Mr. Roosevelt's major International dealings can be dated Vli'Kriiph. .slnr ..t iirrxrnt "loini- bread. The' thermometer seldom 1- I
. .. Attendacce
il f t I is 'Is5a I mill Mttitlonr! was good at Sun-
by his 1937 speech In Chicago In which he urged a quarantine Inew (."1"..... IIIIM been l ...need rise. above 90 degreesbut day School and church Sunday I
b i Write u .\<*i kl.> rvlniMt orh 1 liim; humidity Is high. 1
on aggressor nations Public support was apparently lackingfor The
oar rondos n "Ct'l kniinn lnnt on message was brought by Pvt.
thU line and until the attack on Pearl Harbor his foreign .m,41154 of (lie aerrna4e.. I. InIMV Upon completion of the "ac- Jose Totaan of Camp Blandlng I
'.nlii.*... llriu'r Ihr title. climatizing! period". ( we were moved -
policy was Bald by him to be designed to keep out of war. Hli ". II. t.. I. ) at the morning hour and by Rev.
on up to a combat zone-al- I
Good-Neighbor policy gained friends In Latin America. I W. E. Hall at the evening service ,
New Guinea (to me) has a beit to a combat zone<: where resistance -
.
In 11)33): ; lie went beyond the term or the Neutrality shape roughly resembling a museum was waning. In order I

Art to tliNrourugo nhlpiiMMit to Italy daring the Ethiopian I mastodon! From "head" to suppose to "break us In gently." I Tenn.Jack Myiick of Chattanooga I

\\'..... fn Ilin full of I"137 tin rerll..1 til Invoke the Art In "tail" It's about 1750 miles long Where do we go from here? I spent part of last week
: __ __,,_ h." with H. M. McRae and family. j
the Chlnrse-IaiMiiK-HK struggle; a4the !ground Unit It inn luu miles wiue arum lop to
I I Mr. and Mrs. David .
bottom or about ' Kelly and.daughter J
; us long as from
would' hurt ('hlllt'IIUI'!' linn ,'apau.At 'I'IlI.v Mamie
r New York to Kansas City and as : were recent]
the time of Munich the President Issued a personal appeal wide as from Boston: to Washing Brooker guests of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond :| .

to Adolf Hitler for Justice and peace and recalled the ton. It In the largest island onearth Brown at Sunnybrook Farm. h I i s I 1 QUICK RELIEF FR

American Amba aulor: from Berlin with the of Greenland Joyce Atkinson Mrs. O. R. Alvarez and small''
> exception I
-
of Distress Arising
Guinea . . . . . . daughter o f Vanderbilt Section Symptoms
In January: of 1939 he voiced his support for "mfthods : New li not exactly I FOR ACID ULCE
ft Rhode Island were visiting Mia. H. M. McRae INDIGESTION STOMACH
short of war" to defeat the aKgreswora./ Loans to (']ulna had among islands, The Brooker P,-T. A. Is giving a Monday. I
you see I EXCESS:: AC
begun In 1038 and contlnuel.Vhtn- the European war broke social "get acquainted" meeting I Rev. and Mrs. Hall Mr and DUE TO

out In September, 193). President Roosevelt! and his congressional '- \Vo arrived' herd nlinnrd a and chicken supper tonight (Friday Mru. H. M. McRae and Pvt. FreeBookTellsofKomeTrcatmtnMust
cargo MiIp alleged: to Ixan ) at 8:30: in the I Will Cost Vomits
supporters changed the Neutrality Act to permit cash- school 'cafe Jose Totaan were dinner guests Help or it
Army Transport following uv teria. Everyone Is to I OvprtwomllllonbottliMiofthe!
arid-curry purchase by belixerents. Thin. had the practical ef- e r y Hinooth approximately tend. urged at- of Mr. and Mrs. B. M. McRae j I TKKATA1ENT have barn noldfnrrymptonnofdiitrcssarhlmifroroSM

fect of favoring the Allies .since Germany could not effectivelybreak 40 day trip fmm Atlantic Sunday) la the afternoon Rev. i I
Miss Louise Parrlsh gave a and Mrs. Hall visited Mrs. and Duodenal Ulcers duo to( CinnX
Brown
the Hrltlsh blockade. s<>.il>( anl I'OK.t> wll| longecmemhmer Poor Dlcitlon' Sour or Uput SIKGuilnoM.
peanut boWnlat her home Saturday of Sampson City. 50Carpenter's H...tburn.SlnpliuM'
.
After ( inurrlird. Into the I-mv Countries In the( e n jj I In. erlngnpectucli
irrmiuiy evening In honor of Pvt. Mrs. Robert Myrick Sat- I duo to Excess Acid. I Hold on ItiliAsk "
that N I'anuma spent M.. ."*!*oct
Wllla..d' ue
into the 1'rrnlilent tusked for Mlllon-dollitr Howard I) for
u las
rmergrnrynrniH o u g and Donald I urday with her sister and brother- this treatmentlf"KOCH "
Canal', the explain
program Net up the Nat lonmil Uf'rf'II..h 1..I.y Commission ..I..lIl11nll'ol "King! Neptune"pollwolfs Crews. Outdor games: were played i in-law, Mr. and Mrs.", A. F. Hall Drug Store imi'FOR STOltE
graduating UII!
which paved the way for the Office of rrodiirtloiiMunagcinent and about 60 young people I i In Jacksonville.

the !Supply I'llorltlet und Allocutloiit Hoard, hacks I upon Into croNHhiK certified the shell E- I enjoyed the occasion. Miss Corinne Kelly of Plant -

and the War rroduoll Board qruitor and the unbelievable Mr. and Mrs J. C. Harrell are ?4 the proud parents of a son born grandfather f; David ,
In September 1940 he exchanged 50 overage destroyersfor amounts of sky and water \\e Kelly and
Sept. 13, at the
Alachua County I other relatives.
British territory In the Western Atlantic, area to be used u\v.. I'll never forget the Hospital la FLORIDA MOTOR LINE BUSSES
Gain esville. Those
The > attending the Lewis fam-
a* American bases. In October Selective Service became law awful food, braeUNh Mater I baby has been lly reunion in I
named
I unciiinfortable Harry Kingsland Ga.,
and by the end of the year, New Deal projects had been shelv- or hale' I Hampton Harrell. last week were Mr. and FOR COURTEOUS- CORRECT INFORMATION

_., ... .. ....,,, ,, ....... .... lived In,. cither. I Mrs. E.
c..c .. ."" "".".. lft''' +. _. ,,.0..0._,, Among those C. MIss PLEASE PHONE 147
u. e..7 'u3 LV -H .n --" 'U'L' n " 'Lg. attending the fam- Lewis Irene Lewis, Reade

In March 1911, Lend-Loose legislation was passed which 'eal'lIn The outfit the states spent but over threeI'I' ily reunion at the home of Mr. and !Meade Lewis and H. H. --
and Mrs. Lonnie
Futch in Lewis.
Lawtey
Home person described as amounting to "uruleclari'd war. In
that period "We're
rumors going were Mr. and Mrs H. E. Remember UNION BUS STATIONLACY
Crosby, the services
at Pine
May, the President declared an "unlimited national emeig- O\'I'I'ln'lu" popped up often. Ex- I
Mr.
and Mrs. Mack Collins Mr. Level: Church each
and for uninterrupted defense production. lawyer Medical Sunday. Our
ency" pleaded now our
CONWAY Agent
and
IJetach'l Mrs Carlton Mr. and Mrs. pastor Iri Rev W. E. Hall. ,
In July, ('ton I'"'''' at his request permitted hm! to hold meet clerk COrporal Eugene Crosby Mr. and Mrs. H. Temple Ave. Starke, Flan

wlecleen nn Irish and Italian I I of I'"I'UII'I I" C'II'\_
ho met nt seat with 1'.h.1I'11111..11.1'. ; Ulii-ton C'hiirrhill of giiesx Mott, and Mr. and Mrs. Lee ('I'IIY.:
Clifton Height, I'a., had a favorite nmahd/ R. Purei*, Plaintiff, I --
Ili'ltaln and eniiiu'lated the famous principles of the At- Crosby and families ,. turtil -"-'-"-'- -
Defendant.
answer to the rumor that Cpl. T. C. Kelly of Valdosta 110. 3.127. r ; 17;
Julie Chuitt-r.
became with VS'j APPOINTED
an adage u.'e: Ga., spent the weekend oitnnn OP prrnT. : UEEN
herewith
A firmer line was being taken with Japun. including abrogation ain't gone yet !" He was behindme his ANI I) NOTR-R TO ApVisSu

of trade treaties and a moral embargo on vital materials that day In March as we made and family.Mr. Mrs. J. D. Hazen of youth''.S
emissaries from conferring with the that: last climb: up the gangplank. Imlla"a treet. Warsaw Jndl-
High Japan were Sarasota were visiting relatives a nn '
President and his foielgn-affairs assistants at the very time t t turned to him, "'yell ?", "Looks here laSveek.. ,..You are required to theeabnve
like we're gone: Andy looks likewe're t0hr 16"'' 1:344 )tn ?
that Pearl Harbor was attacked.! The next day the Congress Mrs. O. J. Strickland of La namwl. Court rind cause, wherein I
,
'
gone. r" Inllrr seeks divorce TRUBLUrOCLEANE
- declared war against Japan and two days later against Germany Crosse was visiting Mr. and Mrs, 4bonty; : Telegraph shall publish UroJford' this
The
unit illsrmhurked 1 at
aNow R. rrler
and Italy.I E. Hazen Thursday of last In next lour weekly IKHUM.
Guinea base wrested week i ittn satarkn hand and

While taking an active part In gearIng the nation for wart hark from the Jap In '42, toKpend Friends of Mrs. O. W. Barry ear.mh..r 13th 1944.. "'Iorlo.l. official Cleans Painted Varnished Surfaces

he continued his hand in the the (OFFICIAL SEAL or
home co-operation among "arcllmatl/.liiK perIod will be /glad to learn that she has As Clerk or said Court) A. J. Thomas
United Nations fly June 1942 he had met Mr. Churchillfor ." No Uorotliy tumours returned to her home after spend- nhrht Be Knight, Starke. Florl.la. 'WITHOUT SCRUBBING!

the third time and after the African landing In the fall were on hand to greet u<, nor "tv" for PIt 9 H..n"_ B 'V '.

of that year he met with :Mr. Churchill and French leadersIn lid the tlil.U stinking jungle For use in homes apartments bank*

Casablanca.In yon have to hock jour way From where I offices schools hospitals: and church!! !
through even faintly resemble' sit.. by Joe Marsh
1943 his international conferences Included those
at its clnoniutlo'' counterpart. "'0 -

Quebec Cairo and Teheran. In breaking; all presidential records fount we had been lest astray 8 Lb.

for travel and personal negotiations he traveled In secret hy :Me w,
and at the time of his renomlnatlon he was away from WashIngton :Meyer.! Words That can

at an undisclosed place. spent a lot of time duringthe

This brings the Roosevelt record almost up to date ship-trip studying Pidgin English ,r Roll Off'.Your TongueEd Auto Cleaner Softens

and although it is impossible to do justice to the many i In order' to converse with the Hard Water Kind to Your Hands

accomplishments of the Roosevelt administration in a natives here "Me-fella altogether; Hodges and the doctor were After all, It Just comes down to

brief summary, the foregoing paragraphs will serve to me like pai-lm "saloot now klo holding forth about how words having respect for other folks'

refresh in the memories of our readers many things now bullimekau (We want to only mean something when you rights. I don't mean Just In the I It'hNNl.

that the Republicans hope they have long since for- meat.buy some) "You-fella vegetables eggs and think about them; and that a lot big things like maybe what goof IDEAL FOR CLKAN1NO' : Tainted<< Walls I'abril'ork "

gotten.It. You you stand fast. words seem to lose their litical party a fellow belongs to. \\ Leather, S I 11 k Venetian IHinil.

is easy enough for Mr. Dewey: and others to you-fella no can you walkabout walkabout me Suppose klll- meaning< just because they're But having in the little things too, like Rugs, Linoleum Shoe, Hats, I-ocketlwok- thin
used too a glass of
beer fl"
point out now the errors of the past twelve years and to tnt you long musket! (Don't glibly. occasionally dow Shade, Upholstery Mirror. Bathroom

proclaim loudly that they could have done a better job move or I'll shoot) First time As the doctor put it, "They tui-es. Poreelaln.land Enamel.

but judging by the miserable record of Republican re- I approached one"of the aborigines roll off your" tongue without going Seems to me if every time we

actionaries and isolationists who opposed! everything to barter for a stalk of bananas through your mind. Take poke about tolerance we

from tho New Deal to preparedness for war-who is I was chagrined to learn tolerance for lostance. .some thought about what It meansmaybe _

going to believe them ? that most natives speak fair of the people who use it most then we'd all of us start
English. The "Abros" look much understand it least." living it and not just talking BRADFORDHARDWARE

like pint-sized American Negroes about it
O The week of October 1st through the 7th has except they have wooly red hair. From where I Bit, It looks like ?

been designated "Letter Writing Week" and everyone All natives including the women the doctor Is right But tolerance c90e7 11""A.' COMPANJ.
Is
is urged to write at least one letter to every service wear only a "wrap around" skirt : mighty easy to understand. .

man or woman he knows, both at home or abroad. reaching from hips to knees. They 0nerl'GE
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I SOCIETY and CLUBSNew WSCS Circles Educational ThemeTo for to nay It has they been were two quite months overjoyed since I i I| one tin, saying of the fighting he had Just Struths, Mar-I time Italy ,-,

Met This Week Be FeaturedAt he nailed for the South Pacific Trovatoie" in Italy the Well. BU..SK -
hat
I Womans Club and,they hadn't heard from him I place of opera He said the the little I hLi, ;k ,"""""'' ub.
Pastor Two Hostesses Mrs K.) S. Matthews and Mrs since . They alH" received a I stirring Anvil Chorus has lost time Sf'1 e :''I
Baptist Miriam Klckllter were joint hostesses letter the same day from another II none of I its!I thrill, even In war- game It t '
Mis. K. M. Davis Is chairmanof
And Wife HonoredAt Entertain U.D.C.Mrs. to Circle One of the Woman's I t
.
the educational program to be .. I v _
of Christian Service - --
Society -
Reception Ethel M Hlggs and Mrs at the home of Mm. Mat. presented at a meeting of theWoman's ------_.

!M F. Brown were co-hostea thews, on Monday aftprnoon. The Club o Wednesday
1 The terrace of the home of afternoon at four o'clock In the
to the W. T. Weeks Chapter, U rooms where the guests wereseated
Congressman and Mrs R. A D. C., at the home of the for- were tastefully decorated Club building.Mrs. ,0MS Make Your Selections
Green was the netting for the Home
I mer, on Wednesday afternoon with anllg-non roses, tlthonl.i and Rosa Cook of the Frt
reception honoring the Rev and The tasteful decorations for the : potted plants. I I Economics: department and V. R
Mrs. L. D. Haines on Thursday, October Ferguson of Agricultural' department -
home were choice dahlias and -
i Circle chairman Mrs. L D.
28. Those In the receiving GIRS
| Sept. will direct student
4 line at the door were Mr and daisies VTnlnK, presided over the meet-
from their in demonstrations
1 Mrs. Green, Mr. and Mr*. Haines, The business meeting was presided Ing, which was opened by prayer groups Interesting, phas..sof the Extensive Choice of
j Mrs. Ethel M Biggs, Mr. and over by the president, Mrs by !Mrs. W. J. Churchwell. !Mrs their depicting work.HOHteslMs Appropriate p pIlifilillllY
i Mre. L. G. Powell, Mr. and Mrs O. L. Ileasley, and the meetingwas J. W. White reviewed the last AfPSrBE -- ---'
! A. J. Thomas, and Mrs H. L opened with concert prayer chapter in the study book, which for the afternoon will
' and salute to the Confederate be Mrs. Bertha Pearce, Mrs. C
a
Hough Mm. Myra Peek Invited I ; was entitled "The Fellowship of
: and United States flags. The M. Turney Mrs. G. C Richardson Gifts
guests onto the terrace which Suffering"; Mrs. A. Wood reviewed for Men
was Illuminated by strings of president presented the names of an Interesting article from Mrs. C. A. Futch, )Mrs. Y. A ad
colored the following persons who are the World Outlook; and Mrs. Harris, Mrs. Susie Moore! ,
lights.A
applying for membership in the Vining read a letter from Chap- Floyd Green and Mrs. W. J.Mrs'l 1u1ER
corsage was pinned to each Chapter: Mrs George B. Flynn, lain Frank Robinson, a former person, Jr.Ferryman ) ;
lady guest and all guests were Miss! Catherine Beard, Mrs. Vernon pastor of the Starke Methodist Women Now
on
served from a perfectly appointedtable Silcox, Mrs. William Baggett, church. Chaplain Robinson Is presided over the ex- Display
and punch bowl by Mrs Mrs. K. G. Duncan, Mrs. Jeanette stationed In Italy and In bin let erclses, and the opening song -
Clara Proctor, Mrs. Mary Lawson Klncald and Miss Carolyn Green. ter he described/ many noted was "The Old Rugged Cross". 15TH
Mrs. Frank Landrum and J The General Convention of the places in Rome. During the business Mrs. W. J;:. Mlddleton !gave the
Mrs. S. K.) Sparks, assisted by U. D. C. will meet In Nashville, session, liberal offerings were last chapter In the study book, Starke's Largest Gift Shop
Misses Sara Barefoot, Collette Term., on November 22, and the made for both local and foreign God and the Problem of Suffer- .
Green, Betty Turner, Margaret following delegates were elected: work ing; Mrs. A. W. Anderson read
Monteith, Seleeta Sparks and An- Mrs. L. F. Chapman and Mrs L. Mrs. George n. Flynn invited an article from the World Out-
Ice Green. A. Davis; alternates Miss' Madge the circle to meet with her the look; Mrs.' Ritch and Mrs. L. A.
During the course of the evening Middleton and Mrs. E K. Per- First Monday In November, and Davis also added J to the program,
Mrs. W. J. Churchwell sang ryman. the Invitation was gladly' accep I which was' closed by sentence HOLLYWOOD

two numbers, Mra. Canova played Mrs. L. A Davis, chairman of ted. prayers.
several piano solos, and n. D. 'nominating committee, proposed The hostesses, assisted 'by Mrs.! During the business session Mrs,
Law sang an old refrain. the following names and they Eugene L,. Matthews, served the W. T. Clute acted as secretary
Approximately 100 guests were were unanimously elected to serve 20 guests a tempting sandwich and Mrs. A, Z. Adklna as treasurer CAMERA & GIFT SHOP
present for this occasion the coming year: President, Miss course with hot chocolate. pro tem. The local collection -
Madge Middleton; let vicepresident was' $ 3.43 and fur the
Auxiliary To MeetThe Mrs.' E. K. Perryman; second CIRCLE TWO pledge $5.50. Arrangements were
vice-president, Mrs. Ethel M Mrs. Herbert C. Ritch was hostess made for putting flowers In the 212 CALL ST. AT RAILROAD TRACKS
Ladles Auxiliary of the Biggs; recording I secretary Mrs. to Circle Two, at her homeon church during the month of Oct- o
Presbyterian Church will holda Annie Lou Godwin; treasurer, West Call St., where early ober. ..*.u
busincsH.meetlng at the Church Mrs. Frank Wilson; historian, Fall flowers added to the attractiveness During the social period, the
Service cJftter on Tuesday at 4 Mrs. A. Z. Adklns; registrar, Miss of the home. hostess served delicious refreshments -
o'clock in the afternoon.EXCLAMATION Olive Ray; recorder of crosses, Circle Chairman, Mrs. E. K. of ice cream and cake
Mrs. G. W. Roberta chaplain norf'fudio .
J M ra. J. L....... .__v...._..'.._'''. ; ,

POINT At the close of the business
OPEN DAILY UNTIL 9:00 P. :\1.i
YOUR! WARDROBE session a signal honor was bestowed -

WITH FKKSI1VH1TK" upon Miss Olive Ray, NO APPOINTMENT NECESSARY
when Mrs Deasley In the name
DICKIESand of the Chapter, presented a beau-
Iful chased gold U. D. C. pin to --
Miss Ray as a token of appreciation -
Always a thrill to get a nice his stuff in Ohio . Marie Register "
for her faithful services for
COLLAR & the past 29 years as Registrarand letter from an old friend, but an popular ex-assistant at the
extra special thrill to receive one Temple & Washington USO Is In
for the
Custodian of Flags
CUFF SETS from a "new" friend--one that Australia, as a Red Cross staff
W. T. Weeks Chapter, U. D. C.
I've never met, but who haa been assistant . .
At ,the close of this interesting 'DRUIIS/llm1MIN8/IEt'E.
pl meeting, the hostesses served columnar acquaintance . Such Spotted an' Jolted,: That ole
1 up ,tempting refreshments of iced wan the absorbing message received sea dog, Mike Dew back In

tea, sandwiches and cookies.Mr. this wek from Southern town Candy Dennis takin' a
The Italy and signed none other than week's vacation from Starke Dry VAPO-RUB 35c 29c
and Mrs. Walter Tlmmer- Sgt. O. K. Matheny He writes: Cleaners and spending most of Size
Smart Shop man, and Mrs. Frank Fengel of Dear Carolyn: it In a dentist's chair . Carlyle -
O.r Stockton, Ga., were Sunday You don't know me and I don't (Kewp) and Grace Ritch
Adjacent to P. Pound
ruontfl of Mr. and, Mrs L.. D. know you-personally, But I do passin' through on their way EPSOM SALTS 29c
Vlning. read your part of the Telegrapheach from St. Augustine to New Riv- Bag
week with eager Interest. er for a visit with Rudolnh an'
Lots of names you mention are Madeline Andrews . Rudolph,
familiar as the class mates and Incidentally, Is recoverin' from OLEUM PERCOMORPHEUM'50et.C.: ?2.6

dVOUT2E.J2 teachers I knew at BUS, and an attack of typhus fever . .
bther old friends. Dea Wilson back at the Welfare
Brooker wall my home the Office after a four-months rest- Hurl
STAnlI first 20 years of my life and 1 up at Klngsley Lake . Patrolman PERMANENT WAVE SET .c Complete I S9c
finished my school days at BHS Matt Morgan Informing Ma-
.1 clam of '32. We had a fair football jor J. W. Itrownlce tother night

dVE.c.v"EjtNU: MOST: UNUSUAL team during those years, that a big Rhode Island Red hen O Overseas I Blanding
but not too outstanding. From I was riding nonchalantly on the 59cCamp
your column and other news In I front bumper of his car . Mailing Boxes 29
RESTAURANT AND BAR the Telegraph I see that )Boat ol Seems the bird had been perched New Style
the team I sweated along with I there over the several miles of 50c Value
are now on another team, fl ht. rough road from the Biownlee
THE ing better than ever. In fact,, residence' not a single game has been lost -
Such names as Milton Brownlee, ( e 0 m munlqufH In Guaranteed 72 Sheets
;, Ben Sternberg, Lest.r' Robinson, the mall this week from Ros an' To Stop Coughs or 1 09 S9cI
'f .'3ge'3 Ralph Cox and many others, always Jack Williams announcln' the arrival 48 Envelopes
O"p bring out memories of a of Nancy Dee . Jack be. Money Refunded $1.25 Value
l. ( 'B myriad spllla and thrills. Ing Wac recruiting officer par excellence .
\Oo
0' Recently I read In your columnof in the Jacksonville district -
:. oo . a letter you had from Lillian the announcement was a
, . 0't\ \ 'V. Stump stating mile has to wash parody on those military documents BET YOUR VIMMS TODAY !
her hair In a helmet somewherein that sound like so much
ara France. Such luxury! They Dutch to the untrained ears of us
; must have gobs of water In civilians . The Struth familyhit I \ I /
A France it she can use an. entire the mall box jack-pot Thurs.
t helmet-full for her hair alone. day morning with six air mall
, There are times here when we letters from Elmo . Needless
} have to shave, take a complete
.. bath and wash a couple of pairs
of socks In one helmet-full of
:: ReJervaliOlJ; water! It can be done with ease, A YIP .t
believe It or not, after a few
I'i':' being taken for trials, but every drop has to be -
made to do Its share. D
Partiesand Rome and Naples are enjoying v' Fleet's Phospho Soda

a bit of prosperity now, but thereIs 60c Bottle __- ,_ ___" 49c59c Only I A Few
;' a sharp contrast between these a
two cities and some of the small. Mineral Oil,,Lamson's : More Days

c (fro"'CJ er towns. In these places living Quart Bottle Mailing
b'b'e conditions are horrible, and it ii is1 For
B an amusing night, not too uncommon Aspirin Tablets Overseas

cIIIC/'CO"1 to gee an Italian womanin ONLY 12 WEEKS Re. all Bottle 100 Grs.49c
the street scrubbing a live,, Packages
i squealing pig with water witha 'TIL XMAS Tek Tooth Brush

touseled-halred. dirty child 35c Value 29c
, playing around her. Meat Is so -- - --
t;' SIZZLINGSTEAK precious that folks are obliged to OUR CHRISTMAS Mgiltl Shampoo Sewing Kits - $$15!
let their pigs, goats and chickens
0 _ _. _ 89c
live in the houses with them to WATCH STOCK _

prevent them from being stolen. Fletcher's Castoria Pocket Games $1.0$
LOBSTER Americans are lucky during IS!' NOW COMPLETE lOc Bottle 35c
this war, and lots of them don't _ _
SHRIMP know It yet. FEATURE Hygenic ,, d
$2-2-
CHICKEN your Just news wanted gets you Its to proper know atten that \VE : 6 oz. Size : r.Rex.49c Testaments - $

0 tion. BENRUSL'OUIS Briten Tooth Powder

, t -Sgt. O. K. Matheny RENSIE Large Size - 39c Cigarette! Cases - 39

Imagine the disappointment of Hemo
Jewell (Carter) Johns and Evelyn CHASE '
Pound 59c $$10
SANDWICHES Hall when they treked all the CRAWFORD Size .' X-Acto Knives -
way to New York City to enrollIn

SALADS an Interior Decorator's School \II the ..hl. name" ", ,,1<.. InuKnlrlcriit
only to find the quota filled for ... . this term . But 1.a1 one a..a... :...". urUvrn
made to order not to be outdone aeeepled.The CARPENTER'STHE
these intrepid Callstreeters
accepted jobs In Macy's department -
store . Jewell hopes to
meet hubby L. A. soon as New
325 TEMPLE AVENUE York Is where his ship lands REXALL DRUG STOREStarke
first . Hear Ralph Nettles STAG
(Jr.) Is a full-fledged Federal I -

Fruit Inspector and Is now doing : Phone 64 ___ Florida
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.\I, ()4.1'OBER '6, 1944 BRADFORD COUNTY TKLECRAPII.: ST.IUKE. F1X>UIDA ..:.fiE KIVK


LOCAL 1 Dr. and Mrs. Lemuel Colgon :Miss: Mae Parker rriiniud' Friday I I('I
[BITS of NEWS have Yom Kippur Event dinner M'n'f'.1V R" di-vtm-d by preceded It, were 'iivked to leave/
1 as a guest this week, Dr.Coh'on'a from Or1811 to'h""e she Mrs... Louis Shafkin nll.1 :Mis 'I 1'ihrli hnme' addiessi's so that
I I1Itel'Irs.. A. T. Williams pent several days \\ith 1 her Enjoyed Last WeekMr .luck Zovin ,
the i (l"ill'II''* nilcht b infoimc-d
1 of Cleveland Trm She grandmother Mrs. J :M.l :N, ,'Ison.
ItM>< niU'iostuiK: t.t inn.' that of iluin,
, Black and small Mrs tlonnie Cude returned IMIT in winch their
recently will\ remain with them fOr several Sties Lucille CI'o..b11": ... and' Mrs LouU Sage Mis !I I all soMlcis, ,
Patsy 'I'll"! wcii>
from a visit with relatives UIH HS it -nm Hpi lit tin- :NrYean' holl-
Ga., '
'HI of Atlanta. days. Edmondson and Mm Kihvi'nRaggln Louis Slinfkln and Mrs. Jack V5e- this .
sI In Colorado event and lilt "UTIXM' whirh 0111i \
II'"i mother, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Boyd; Hollowny left Tuesday night for vln composed a committee responsible
nd Dr Parks. Mrs. Herbert Cloversettlc returned -I and .small daughter Betty Boyd Chattanooga, Teen., where they ) for arrangements. for theBreakFa.1 --.".
from New York City last, were In Starke this week visiting will\ upend a short vacation. held at the Bamboo ,
week after spending a month lends, and attending: -business: I| A. E. Wall wa taken to the Restaurant on Wednesday! night :i Prompt Service Careful Drivers
with her husband who Is In the Incident to the sale of their home Or. Nellie Baur of last week.
sanitarium In
ASSAKBS Navy. here.,Jacksonville They are now living at Tampa Tuesday In the Jones This affair, which was atterdcdby STARKE TAXI SERVICEand
rurAhE I! Sgt. Robert Jackson and family Beach. Ambulance. more than 100 members of the
returned recently to Ft. Lauderdale Cpfc J. E. Powell of Camp
? "" Shelby Miss., Is Jewish community In Staike and
,. after visiting Sgt. Jack. spending a 14 Ladies
t o o can son's parents, Mr. and Mrs Carl day leave with his plU't"nts.fr, Auxiliary men of Jewish faith 1t Cnmp
5'h drll e Jackson ani, Mrs C. A, Knight and his Completes 250 Blanding, was the culminating MACK'S TAXI SERVICEPhone

esker and Mrs. Carl Carter was In Jack wife who lives with' his parents. Surgical DressingsTwo activity In the celebration 1'1 I
ut Mrs. Bertha Pearce visited her
Irks sonville, Wednesday attendingthe son-in-law Yom Kippur, tin Jewish New' 150
and daughter Lt. and
funeral of her uncle, Lionel hundred and
fifty surgical Year.
TilE Mrs. C. L. Hill and
new daughter
D. Joel, well known veteran motion dressings were made by members O Day Night
Patricia Ann of Ft. Benning, The menu for the seven course
APPE BAKERY picture theater operator and Ga., on her way home from of the Ladies. Auxiliary of I ______ -" --
I co-owner of the Casino Theatre North Carolina last week. the Presbyterian church when I
there they met on Monday evening at
_
Mr.
and Mrs Donald Kelly ,
Mrs. Raiford Brown. and :Mrs. the. home of Mrs.V.. J. ( han.l.IeI' I '
Buren Brown of Plant City were 1/1 \\ BEAUTIP"Century!!
Punch and cake
week-end guests of Mrs. Alton were 'served at '
Dobbs and Mrs. Inez Kelly the close of the evening by Mr
A croup of Starkltes attendedthe Chandler who la chairman of the 18th
Shrine Ceremonies of Morocco overseas hospital supply committee -
Temple at )Daytona: Beach, on of that organization BEDROOMSUITS
-
Sept. ,27. Those In the party
were C. H. Nasworthy. Mr. and Can't we talk about
Mrs. Nat Sternberg, Mr. and Mrs. ,
. Tom Harding, Mr. and Mrs. V. i k .T
S. St. John, Miss Alice St. John. anything but worms?

Mr*. Paul Raymond, Mr. and
i 5 Pieces
Mrs. R. B. Alvarez, ,\'. S. Morris -
K. G. Duncan, Lacy Conway
N. N. Prevail and Mr. and Mrs. I I Mahogany Fininh
Jerry Chrlstodoulou. I
Mrs. S D. Phillips and children I I ONLY
Let us fill Suellen and Margaret Anne, of I
Tallahassee were here the first % $159.00
of last week as /guests of her par. llr i -
ents, Mr. and Mrs. P. 111, Barefoot
warn
your prescriptions Lt. Walter A Bateman, who .
has been here for a short visit \
It do tn't help any to just avoid
with his wife, left Sunday afternoon the subject of worm What really GET READY FOR WINTER SPECIALS
for Ft, Bennlng/ Ga.
helps is a !good remed-like Nico-
Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Griffin returned -
home last week from San tine. Nicozine is very effective WOOL & COTTON BLANKETS $4.95 to $9.50
against two tpecies-large round-
Our prescription departmenthas Antonio, Texas, where they visited
their son-in-law and daughter worms and cecal worms. And one OIL & WOOD HEATERS $4.75 up
of the features of is thatit
recently been enlarged and Capt and Mrs. C C. Men- Nicotine,
is flock treatment.. Birds
a just
doza. HASSOCKS _ _ _ $8.50 up
many new items added. Arthur Swanbom Aviation Ma- eat it with a little feed. If you
chinist Mate, 1st Class. who has. prefer: you can use Nicozine Tab LIVING ROOM SUITS (With Springs) $189.50
been spending a 30 day leave -same as Niaozine but in tablet
here after two years' service In form. Birds ought to have Nicotine -
the South Pacific left yesterdayfor now-we'll be !glad to takr
Three graduate and registered Jacksonville after a visit here care of your requirements.IiK.t1)QUAIITEIN. SKK OUR NICK ..JlAIIAONYJI'SIS -
with his mother and sister, Mrs.
:: roi
pharmacists are ready to com- Walter Swanbom and Miss Dorothy
Swanbom. DR. HESS'
Tommy Ritch, who was here IT'S A FACT YOU CAN DO BETTER AT
pound your prescriptions. last week visiting his mother, l-'ainouH Stock U..lI1f'.JI..II

I night Mrs. for Carrie Atlanta Ritch Ga.,left to resume Friday John H. Denmark Furniture Co.

KOCH DRUG STORE his studies In the medical department SISTRUNKFeed
of Emory University.Mrs. I
PHONE 51 STARKE FLA.
W. S. Stroman and Mrs. ,
& Seed Co.
S, S, Dowllng had as guests on I
Sunday Mr. and Mrs. James God- ,
!I ,
-- --- -- --
-----------------n------i bold Mrs W. S. Godbold, and -
H. H. Stroman, all of Jackson.
1 ville.
NAT SEZ: i Petty Officer and Mrs. J. W. JL
Morgan of Gainesville spent the
.':J Look.. like I've gone and lot week-end with Mr. nnd Mrs. J.
; drafted to head up another one L. Silcox
t s' 0 of these drl\CH, HO I'm c Mintingon :: I THE FLORIDARATIONAL
." you folks to help me raise our
4/r. War Fund quota That's.. the only "
reuMin I let 'em talk m<> Into being '
chairman. You good people i AFTER GROUP OF BANKS REPORTS

have been so cooperative and
generous always before that I 'r the Collision
know p won't let mI' down this I TO ITS DEPOSITORS

time. Comes the ,;
1

Worry-. 1

,, -
Collisions can cause plentyof .1

; .1 worry. Buy Comprehensive :

Automobile and Collision a series of advertisements during ensuing weeks, ;

1 THATDainty 'Insurance before it's IN Florida National Group of Banks will report on ';

.f. FLATTER too late. its stewardship of the funds, now in the impressive total


.. details add subtle of more than $282,000,000, that you have entrusted to ;

q 1, r touches of glamour to the Charley E. Johns its care and keeping.

new fall fashions. These Agency These will show you how your dollars are ,.J
$ Phone 13 ST.UCKE, FLA.fUprwr reports
all
seductive dresses have "'''
used to build a greater and more prosperous,Florida and ",

the feminine charm They of a ting THE TRAVELERS Hartford how they are kept at work for the progress of your state .? :::

modern Cleopatra. tYJe

call for a graceful walk, I and nation, yet always adequately safeguarded. ..

an appealing personalityand A beautiful ;#* \ believe that you will find genuine satisfaction in ,t" .I

an air of knowing on complete serviceat this evidence of the substantial assistance your Florida .

the part of the women who less cost National Group of Banks is* giving in the economic development -, ;

wear them. of the area in which we live and which we

believe to have a magnificent future.If .

e've a dressor The usual essentials ofa you approve of our policy of striving always to j

COMPLETE include the SERVICE use advance the progress of Florida and the Southeast-and "
figure .
every of automobiles for the we arc confident that you will-then we ask your con I "

Junior llh minister, p a 1 ]bearers, tinued cooperation and good will to the end that the ". I,
Sizes 9 to 15 family and the Funeral /

+;es Sizes 16 to 20 Coach These auto- Banks of the Florida National Group may be of even II

Half Sizes 16'/i' to 24'/i' -'r tEtlra mobiles are furnishedin service to you, our state and our nation. W
a service by . greater {
Sizes 41 to 52 ,3 I ,"'


, and for every purse ,:/ :,: ,t
:
ThompsonWilliamsInc. FLORIDA NATIONAL
1j

3.95 t to 22.50Sternberg's GROUP of BANKS

FUNERAL DIRECTORS ,-

Gainesville, Florida
"
Phone 433


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SIX BKADPOKD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA FRIDAY 'QI! !:
__,.,1

. . . . . . lunch with Mr. and Mrs. Berry 1 1F.. Wiggins and visited Mrs.SchnausVs Camp Blanlllllg t1 I, ,, --1\1,
WHAT TO FIND IN STARKE THEATRES GIFTS brother Crystal Wig- 'I ferred to r '
'atpat.t
GrahamBy Dyal, he went Into the China ---- gins, who is seriously ill in the of his Camp,, L,. :' v\'
Grove Section to help organize a State Farm Hospital. Gordon gr""I'' I ,.
church In the afternoon DIRECTORY completed his, 1I.I'n.' ,' ...aim I!!III ( <
.. SAVE TIME CONSULT THIS Wiggins of Alabama has been :
:Mrs. T. I Ca oy Mr. and Mrs.! Roy Starling hav
. . . . . called to the bedside of his bro- v 'Iasi "' m III
r r announced the birth of a baby "I" toI11
FOR INFORMATION: : OF CAM: ISLANDING: SHOPPING: ther and Pvt. Norman Wiggins, (' : FLgH' lb,t' t\tltraPHattlr ,
boy on Wed.. Sept. 27, at their 'all*
B. A. Clark, who Is employedat AND: RECREATIONAL CENTER who Is stationed In Virginia has 1'a.n I
,
,
:
home near here ::1':0: )i'" .
been given a few more days fur- :-u; :,1.,1.I
the Mayport Naval Base spent Albert Davis and Arnold Was- I . . . . "
: r r r lough. 01ll1":1Nn": : .I,' _
the week-end here with hilt fam- din. were in Jacksonville Saturday Miss Vernelte Arllne. of Key .\ :Nrl'Irl,, ,. ,
ily. night for the Florlda-Misslsunlppl 1 West and Mills Tattle and Reggie ALTERATIONSPearl's RiverBy G, W. Andrews and C. E. Andrews STATB ulr! I 1"1,',
:
New
Fraill-PH .
Alteration Shop were visiting the livestock Pa. MI t, I, ,
Rev. L. G. II e m i ngway of ; football game; Buzbee of Jacksonville are spending Navy Yard, i'i| ., ," ..
Starke preached for the regular I MISS' Martelle Edmond "pent, a few days with Mrs. T. L. .the School market in Lake City, Tuesday. November Yon (in,, r,-iii,, ,,'r,, ,j ji I ..
,
Sunday morning services' at the last weekend with Miss! Hazel Casey, and Mrs. B. A. Clark. and . . . . . . r named court inn. ."j?",I i 1'' I'"'
"
Baptist Church. After having Crosby of Brooker.PEARL'S daughter Jackie. FOOD News of Colored plaintiff se" ,h. 01 b "? "nn
I name
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Rogers and UJltTIISSO'XCtIEST:: rcnton-d i I:, ,d' ad
I
Diner3lilligan's Men In Service Telegraph shall ,?',', ar
daughter Carolyn of Waldo were Camp Pvt. and Mrs." Robert Ward are In next four weekly I I.11 i aerfit''
of Mr. and Mrs. Grill, the proud of a baby girl Witness my. h"d i, i iBt I' .
Sunday guests parents Roosevelt L. Smith, principalof seal Mtnrk., pi I ,d i, .
PLACE Clarence Frazier and family. Pearl's Place born, Sept. 26. Name, Carolyn the Hampton colored school, ber(OFKK'IAI 4th, 1944, 1'1'.11.! '>"

Nathaniel Dyal suffered a very Roberta. furnishes the following informa- AN Clerk of ''d' ,v I ,.e.
'
painful Injury to his left hand tion about some of the school's 1'. Prank Knnui. -i, "", ,',
GIFTSGislain's I5IKTIIDAY DINNER: Atty. for PIt I
k STEAK CHOPS and arm Friday while driving a "Aunt Bell" Johns celebratedher boys who are In the service ,'t-;tI

M tractor. He will be unable to I I seventy-ninth birthday anni- Pvt. David McGregor son of
work for several weeks, but the Hassle McGregor of Hampton, has
I Wonder Gift Shop versary Sunday with a basket MIWKup"
CHICKENSEAFOOD Is <<
break healing nicely.Theress'a dinner. Friends and relatives enJoyed been awarded a Certificate of {
Merit from the Special TrainingUnit.
. . . . . this occasion' very much.
MILITARYSUPPLIES We wish her many more happy He is stationed at Fort m
A birthdays. nennlng, Ga. &
r Pvt. Luke Blocker was home
COIjOKKD TWINS last month on a 15-day: furlough.
By MISS Ida Hagan --
Ben Suslow's Store
BEERSandwiches . . . . . . Army Our children are thrilled over He Is' stationed at Fort Devens,
Gislain's the colored, twin babies of Mary Mass.

D. J. Phillips brought his daughter l,. S. Stores and Jessie Suel), who have lived Staff Sgt. Joseph S. Smith eon SPECIALS
Elizabeth home from the Glen- here for years. They say "We of John T. Smith of Hampton, for
,- dale Hospital in Palatka, Friday Shafkin'sThe will call the girl Jennie and the several years Provost Marshal e

where she has been 111 for several Stag boy JImmie". over the Colored Detachment at

NOW OPEN 321 Temple Ave. ... ... DUO-THERM!
days.Mrs. R, R. Andrews and son Ervin -----------
. J. L. Hightower of Law- THEATRESFlorida
and mother, Mrs. G. W. Andrews, HOT
tey is spending some time with were visiting in Jacksonville on SOLDIERS, SAILORS WATER
her brother, D, J. Phillips and
Park Friday and Saturday. AND MARINES: HEATERSFlashlight
family. Cpl. and Mrs. Wilbert Mann of
Mr. and Mrs. Grlssel] were Ritz Washington were visiting Mr and
? visiting In Starke Thursday... of Mrs. H. L. Johns and other rela-

lAonclerfit Strop last week. TAVERNSBlanding tives Saturday.

*j i Mrs. Kelsey and Mrs. Swindell Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Nettles and

were shopping in Palatka Friday Center BarBob's son, Elbert, were visiting Mr. and I BATTERIES
AIRS. BESSIE DAVIS, PROPRIETOR of last week. MI'S D. J. Nettles In Midway on

Pfc Bill West, Jr., of OrlandoAir Tavern Sunday.Mrs. I 9EXHAUST
Yom. Base was visiting friends Jordan's Bar Calvin Ward and daugh-
I
hero last weeK-end. ters, Lucille and Mary Ella otRI..lnjt They all

6,000 Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Millican occasion, Mr. Thomas declared. were visiting at the home
and.chlldren of Ocala were visit- The Post will invite a speaker of Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Sapp, Sun- FANS

ing Mrs. Mllllcan's parents', Mr. from the Jacksonville Naval AirBase day.Mr. LIKE to EAT
and Mrs. A. I.. Sullivan 1 to head the Navy Day pro- and Mrs. Ernie Southerlandwere
to be held the school in Sun- rat
Gifts and souvenirs Mrs. Dampier of Starke was gram on visiting Mlddleburg the
Foster Sh
grounds Principal
visiting her slater, Mrs. J. D. day.Mr. RADIO
Smith having promised the cooperation and :Mrs.! Joe Moody and
Griffia over the week-end.
to choose from of the school in all the children. Mr. and Mrs. Fernie CAMPDINER
Friends are sorry to learn that
activities, Thomas said.I. Moody at Lock-
spent Saturday SERVICE
Mr. Gelgler l Is in the hospital In
Gainesville and hope that he will D. Vining and S. A. Weldon loosa Lake.Mr. .
.. and Mrs. J. K.
be able to return home soon. are others named by Commander Douglas
Floyd Green to the planning committee of Brooker were visiting Mr and .
Mr. and Mrs. Garfield Johns
I Tuesday night. Further Mrs. C. E. Andrews and children
BUY NOW FOR CHRISTMAS and son Grady were attending I
church here Sunday night and plans of that group will be an- Sunday afternoon. Corner Call & Cherry
renewing acquaintances.Mr. nounced as they are formulated. Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Crews and WINKLER
WE {WRAP MAIL INSUREand children, Bobby and Johnnie
and Mrs. E. S. Sibley at- Comrad Fortner of near Camp .
stamp with "Do Not Open tended the funeral of Mr. SIbley's Blanding also presented the Post Farm Frances were. visiting the State'j I,' Featuring the best

'Til Xmas" Seal Aunt in Putnam Hall Tuesday with an American flag at this Sunday. ELECTRIC
Mr. and Mrs. Romle !
Johns of
afternoon recent meeting and members I
We are sorry to report that Mr. voted to erect a flag pole In the Jacksonville were visiting rela-I Steaks & ChODS

A, H. Kelsey is on the sick list. near future.ClavHill. lives here Sunday. | SERVICE

OLD SARGE'S *. The Sunday School gave a nice Mrs. Ruby Thomas of Floral| Open 9 A. M.-9 P M.
supper at the church Friday . . r . . r . City was glad to be at the birth-I )
evening. A large crowd attendedand day dinner for her mother, Aunt Daily Except Thursdays 226 Temple Ana
Bell. _.... I
everyone enjoyed himself. I -----------.0. I
PLACE :Xfiv._ and \Tra._ Jay Mood Y and

Legion Plans Hy Pvt. Lure Burgess children spent the week-end at PEARL'S ALTERATION SHOP
Ralford.
STARKE'S ORIGINAL Maxwell FII'ItI.Ia..
Navy Day Event Mr. and Mrs. Loamy Sapp and Centrally Located Opposite Park Theatre
Last Sunday I went down town
children of
Raiford and Mr. and
ARMY STOREAuthorized Tentative plans for the observance to Sunday School at the Presby- Mrs. Joe Moody and family en- Reasonable Rates Good Workmanship

of Navy Day in this I terian Church I n Montgomery.They Joyed a fish fry at the river last UNIFORM ALTERATIONS A SPECIALTY

community on October 27 were immediately asked me to weekend.Mr. .
by the'' 'War Department made at a meeting of the American teach the young married people's and Mrs Ralph Prevatt of

.' Operated by an ExSoldierHEADQUARTERS Legion at the Hall on Tues- class. They said having been Lawtey spent Saturday night
day evening, Sept. 26. confirmed in the Episcopal Chapel with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. The
The purpose of this observance, would make me a better teacher. Ernie Southerland.
being held on a national scale :I felt so proud. I shall study Mrs. H. L. Johns spent the
for all la to acquaint the American peo- I hard and pray much. week-end In Raiford with her $64

ple with the Importance of the Daisy Lane has been down mother, Mrs. Mary Whitehead,
Military Supplies Navy as well as to give them spending the*week-end with her who is very ill.
a clearer understanding of a daughter, Mabel, 8 t Chlefland. I Pvt. Robert Ward of Camp
few of the more prominent acti Mr. Adkins has been ill and Win- Gordon Johnston at Tallahasseewas Question

vities of that branch of the'ser- ton Parrlsh has been taking care visiting his wife and new
Novelties & Jewelry vice, A. J. Thomas, a member of of the book work at the turpen- baby girl last week-end.

the committee on arrangements tine camp office. Lotrise Wilkinson Regular services were held at

s for the local program of events, Buddy's girl, has been operated the Baptist Church Sunday by What is more
stated yesterday. on for appendicitis and is the pastor Rev. Truby Parrish,
Navy Day offers an opportunityfor getting aloag fine. of Santa Fe. refreshing and
Ben Suslow'sArmy the American people to pay Mrs. Pete BrInson writes that Mr. and Mrs. Mac McCormick re-

tribute to the gallant men of the I Mra. T. A. BrlriBOn's sister from of Jacksonville attended church laxing than a few
fleet who are carrying this war Mississippi Is visiting there. services and visited relatives In
to the foe In every corner of Colea Padgett the Clay Hill the afternoon. pleasant hours

Store the world and we hope that the primary teacher says Mr. Bow- Dr and Mrs. Roy Schnauss and
people of Starke will enter whole-I lea, the county superintendent, children of Jacksonville spent with good friends

heartedly Into the spirit of the worked on the cafeteria also and Jut week-end with Mr and Mrs.
269 E. Call Street Starke, Fla. over a bottle of .

It Is completed. They are bav- mellow
PULPWOOD AT THE FRONT l Ing a pie supper to get money to beer?
start operation.

Hi OWE CORD PULPWOOD' Wilkinson Leon Carter drive, Jimmy the little and bus Billie to You're right . there's nothing

WILL MAKE( 3336 I INDIVIDUAL Baldwin to school. Such grand like
boys. I have taught all it
; three .
FIRST AID KITS WITH .
Bud l Hazel Ostecn, a fourth grade
BATTLE DRESSINGS, girl; has also been operated on

.r SULFA= TABLETS 1 for appendicitis. iti's 1vI

AND SULFA i Nice letters from Betty Carter,
\ : Bell and Hazel
Mosely and Lula
\, ,
POWDER... Mae. They help a lot to keep Bob Jones, Mgr.
me from getting lonesome.
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REAL "HEMAN"HAMBURG'ERS -'PULPWOOD MAKES .
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1 I i /c- CONTAINERS FOR THE -'!">= :,::,u a

y THOUSANDS OF SMELLS

i- ,. BEING IIURLEDAGAINST

THE EWEMY... .
+ "%* SHAFKIN'STHE


& ..,.; DULD,4VOOD HELPS MAKE PHOTOQRAPHIC

PAPERNEEPEOIM GREAT QUANTITIES i

HOT DOGS '. \ BV OUR ARMY AND MAA6ASJAASK STORE



ALL SOLDIERS KNOW





MILLIGAN'S GRILLCALL CANISTERS AND r r'\ ry ENUF SED !


ST. At RAILROAD TRACKS FILTERS ARE MADE OP 'OULPWOOD.

Jewelry Gifts Uniforms1.
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t\. SliiY M1 }9U RR.\V'OItl) COUNTV: TKLEGK.M'II. STARKE. FLOKIUA PAGK SEVEVLawtey


. H. Futch In honor of the P. A. Resale Carlton and children, P Tlii'iniiNun wliufo ni.K i.,-,. j 1M I I.- M"hl in tli. hilt h.,.., lililili-r ntIII" I
Crosby family of Brooker. Tills rnUn>.\\ 11 I folilt-lluiinp' il.ioi. 1.,11 1 III., r".1|
!! Morris
Beadle .
Ray Helen. and ,
.
You HI.-. rt-.iiiirt-il I 11'1'| | ir CMiiKintiii Moml.iin tt,. Month, nf =N..MIIl ,, -
event was a large affair with 67 s-arah, : Mr. anil Mi *. Howard :\; Bit: lMi.! >I. UK. .iim< >. : l I..-i., l'U4. \\ |h,h'h| IH ,111,, lit It. ,1.i\
direct descendants of P. A. Crosby ;Mott and nuim-il' Court and i.iu-i. \\ miin 'I ...rr.: <.\.Mlil.iT. A l>. 1 1'I44I : .
Milton ,
Kenneth
!
tons >iHitiiirr Ko-kK iiu'111, iiiiiiirniiivun'y . ,
AnRE. I i 1 I Pu",1 I hiM lnii.! "lli>' of O< t.li.-i
iInL''S; w . attending. Dinner was served and Hal : Mr. and Mrs. Raleigh IVIoKt'npIt. Mi>ill puiilhthlH | A .11 t 44
: . on a long table In the shade of Waters and sons. A r dell and onlpiIn, nxt foul, wii-l 1.1|> |v.utji I IOKKUMAI., of I'lliuit\ShMl.l,'..lIrl.,\.1 II ThotmiOlHI'K ,iltlr.'iilI'minlv .-,

pecan trees ami. after a bountiful Odell Mrs. \V. G. Klorltlil., .'
HAS ; Davla and WI UiiettH my hum unit I nfi'iiluliii 10-H 41 10 7l.r.HHH
*. BVI l'L.\S meal the afternoon was spent children, Barabara Sue and John I ill Mnrktf, Klurliln. till* 01 "
ItJ.rslOS; lifl4lll, 1M! 'I ,....:.... ,,, .. ..
IL\ aYi'st all attributes In the slnglrfc; of gospel hymns Dlxon; Mr'and Mrs. Mac Collins, (OKKlcl I.. SI.V1.: ) 11. .1. ThnniUH ....:,, :.. ti. ii.ii--: |<>\ GIC1oybocyi
ot ,
AH n rk f BiiUI I'liiiu.
and In recollections of childhood all of At .
jfl I' Brooker. Florida; Mr. and u HM' lhi ( of 'thf "Honnl ofouniy
'
KnlKht A. Knlglil Slaiktt 1"I..r'.1 '
T .! ,'y mortal man Is that days. TIe attending were: Mr. Mr". A. D. Crosby: Mr. and Mrs. ,\II)!... fur Pir. 10d-4t-10ia| (fount v. CoininlKKlonrrM""'''rill... hl l litv That quality Is ever and Mrs. H. B. Crosby and children Sam Mott and son Elbert of A U IU44. tht> following riprKmul -
l> ('IIIt.lir 4-01 HI- \It..u
kiccdJnin9' mor. than In family Marilyn Richard, Betty Jo Starke; Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Crosby ( ..l NT* Pl.OKIIMl l> ( llP.IIV \>- Ui* I liinpiuMnrH Cvnernl vvirtk Klcrtlon;iipofiiti| to>f| .tor ln.

Thl., is an institution Elaine and Huey; Mr. and Mrs. and children Annla. Eugene, 1.11(In: \III".. IMulntlfr \ .. John P.Mlll held.\. P. mi U H.thf 7th liny of Nov-inl i 5alkillfJ
"wn, wehereln a family G. B. Crosby and daughters Ann Wright and Larry of Greensboro lirfpiidunl. ('".>. \;>i. :,1.111UlUimi : .. .
lt9 : OK I'I'HI.I!' \1'10-:; AX1NOTirB ) I'riM-lurt -t.n, r I
UI gratitude through the and Winifred; Mr. and Mrs. A. Fla. ; Mr. and Mrs. C E. 'Crosby TO AI'PKAIl: r. ir. inn. ,i-ifik .1. ,.. .\"..,It.. .i.. ,
..' !he benevolent goodness and 1 children Alfred and. Frieda 8TATB OP FUHKIPA' In: JiihnP M ,MIII-I.. 'li.unit. ltobi>rt KlnnihiiKl. .,
Li. and lllsMl ntorM.Prrrlnil
Crosby daughters Madeline .
Millx whomit>Klili-iii-i-I I. DwIrolt -
,rrcator. Such a reunion :Mrs. Extelle\ Tllgham and daughter. I MirhlKun.uii . 'no _North Hlnrltr. ABOUT
Sunday October 1, atome Louise. Dorothy, and Agnes Barbara Ann, and Gerard \ ur" it-uuli-eil to np" |''>nr on J. K.. \.\.....\\t'rhthl., 1-liTk. H II. Alvnri 1-
held > M :Norman; .ii , 'I!
:Nii\t-inl tlth., 1144 In th* Hlmti1itHint'il !'? S'I.|
I ,,f Mr. and Mrs. Lonnle and son Lamar; Mr. and Mrs. Prentl.ts of Jacksonville\ : Mr. and fiiiiit unit i HUM.. % ln,rilnlilulntlff non 1'. 111".'''". InNpftrtorn.Prr .
Mrs., Ralford Brannen and daughter KppkH dlvll..,-... llriutfiinlrulllllt I <-li, | ..\... :__",?,ti" mnrkr..
F'nnl . .
TVIt Klttllll H ll U 1 I IMlUllHhIlilx Itnv"" Clerk Uu || S
of Ralford : T. J Dukes of I: UiOvi In next fourerklv 1..- .Mi-lino. T V. "Kvmlilik. mul' .1 I |"
Lake Butler; B. T. Crosby\ of ItOWITH.. lllflll.tl. rNlr
MllM.Wit Jinml iiml officialHcitl >rliif \n. I l.rnhnm
Avon Park; Charles C. Crosby of nt Him tilni-kts* my Kloililu, Ilili, Hi.- II S \\ noilni.iMk.| "Ivrrv Pin I I.
Oxford Colo.; and Mr. and Mrs.Paaco 1 1..1...i and! ., 11)41OKKIi'lAI. IV ny stnrllnii, anil ili'orm. |II" .M ..

Mott of. Valdosta, Ga. ( Clerk of. "' 1'\xulil: I".1 I'mntV ThiiinnHAH I"MI"'I"rM...r..i...... ...... .\-11.....|,.111
Kiiink l-illiili lit"'. "yt.nKf.' Kill. Don, llhicoti, I'l.-rk. .1 II IVvnlliilii ,
John Henry '{'olllI'r. who l l"erviiig 11\\ Ally, foi. 1'lf. I" (; 41 t III-:!. ->((01.Piiimand.N.I'rrrlnrt. lliin.x Hall I In.HIII .

In the Navy Is liome on Ml'111'1"1.! ." \ I"I0\ >... II 'I'hprr.iul
leavo visiting hla mother, Mrs.Llllle f..lll .I \ \ l>l>..:lHrniiir > Mill ""II. i-|<-rk., llnv .\l.li-rmiui..
,
FrpitilliPoll.' "I, Hinl ,
( inn \<>. miMlTlfi : > I lii-uril. PhlllMix, I
Collier. ': IS ..JII.tbI'l11'S.: : lnn|>irliirNPrriliict.
iif TaxiVi >n T->rm. IlliprK.
Mrs. Joe Shuford of Jacksonville 'Thai..tiriiatcH T J. AUKTmlin Ntiinlirrml' liiiMvr I..I".I".I| > I Ij. Killv. clerk."t. C Alfi'onl',
was' visiting relatives here ill anil !r.iji: Imui'il tln> 2,1., "lniif >. I'luMtiTIIIII" .... | <\\H. ,ultl1.: I., .lohnx,
Sunday. St-pti ,llOii-r, A. I'. 1I'.i'! :N".; iHHllfilAuuilt 2 > I"MIOll liiHitprtut..r..I..... "... -roo....rIf 1,
I ,llll 4. IIJ1.!' : Xl. .11
> 1'. ), "I'li-rk, A A. l-MwHriN.: ,
: and Nu. 44 mill SI.iMNlK'tl
7 I'.t'l'.i
COLLAPSIBLE r Mrs. Roy Worsham and Evelyn <' .1 Cri-Hi.. mul I l.lo.Ml limiy. In.Mjtiki .
Srilcinlif" I II.I.! l 11'411' IliiHflltil .
Warren were shopping In Jacksonville HHIIIH In my i.lfl.iurn- II..Hiniiile 'torxM Restaurant Hours t : ray
'
Saturday. UI'I'I"'III..n" foi. ,lux ileil tub I of n <\RKKI.I.*iitiiitv CiiniiiilK-iioiit.. .. ( hiilrmanPouril .).K ; I' c ;
>< IxKlK-U tlliTionStaid Ati"t .\ J TliiimiiH, , "ciirk.UKKhMAI. .
TREES Essie > "MI"'o'\' Uvflym\ I
CHRISTMAS Miss Mae and Selma EunIce ivrtllliili ( t. SKAI.: )
liriii.Hi* r..II..h'K "..M..II.. .! |ir''i'-
were visiting In Maxvllle on ,
Iliuilfulll
rltli-H 111 lll ('uuntt iif 1 ------- --
Sunday. Hint* Iif 1"1..1'101.. ., lo-wtl
W'., ..f z-W''i ..r M-i'i: *: 4ft. I I
Miss Debbie Phillip of Max Kt nf Sli: | ..f HKS: "f 1'7 ASIT
With Your Christmas
Ready to Include vllle was visiting: her brother and l IS T\\ |I'- II 8. II. 2H.:.. t-uiiliiln- '
be Overseas I n ir S7 Acrt-H .mo"' iir I I"H, i ibri ask the G ]
Package to Shipped !sister-in-law Mr. and Mrs. O. J. '!<-...l un.ler ..alrt ivrilfU-ut I"I-I I 8
Phl1lpSunday.\ \ .
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Ui.: . I'I"ur or NWi' & I"""
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A Fellowship Supper was held K 6 HII ft. thriu-K N nr.l; ( fl, I ii-m--. I II' ,
In the home of Mrs. Worthington I! U2: ft f..r u I>1 "f h"K. '"''"Vin I
85c N :ir,0 ft. K lltH ft. H 3S O WHERE THEY GET the MOST for THEIR MONEYThey'll
Methodist
for the League members W 19'1 ft to 1.1 ..r ..W-T U"*. .A.
on Sunday evening. Thone Sir. 25 T" p. H S. II .. *,' n I.-.
of "'M'
They Will Cheer The Heart of Your present were: Esther Shuford, imbrurea" AlTfH.undei' IIU'l'O m.1,1 (Vrtiri.-.t,,

Jeanette Blunt. Linda and Ann .
Favorite Service ManGISLAIN'S N"i., t ..f HIK I Wiir.1 'liv! SS ...,
.
Walnwrlght , .l
Carter, Marguerite 20 i: I I"n.J.ni
7 H. II. !
T" p. . Tell You
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Jack and Dan VVainwright Alvin ""Krra, ('.."Ti.." u. 1'1...-. .
W.I n.x
Lewis. Geor e Robert Jr., Billy :\ H 1.\Ilk 1 H. 211 I'! I" '."l""Ht'' '

Edwards Krnest; Wells. Mrs.Alrea. SA? sr'.rfr.ftvWv' --.

Mrs. M. Wells and Miss H Tun. 1I. U S" K.; I"i"hn'. < "Ivl" at.
Enza Blanchard. The hostess 11I,1., .,. ..nhl :-'"' H. ..r P S
2 s.ST
ur 1..1
fl
\ 20
\
1 &
Kocli'a, Store was 11'8.'orthlngton\ and the 1..1 1II""I""M ,\11.1 I.. 1"'llt." .'" ,
Next to Drug r'l211\
co-hostess was Mrs. Jake Shuford t'..... :I" ".." 'j...:.J.I,I H. ,"U I.,.,ul I.,' '!.". course /.
After h "d u..r
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and daughter Gwendolyn.
.:..., ...:- the supper they studied the 3ujh.: : r..M.1 ..r n", 1I101 t.r........
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"Miracles of Jesus". In \II<' ...11"1' ..f 1',1.1" '" 'I'h.:
Mae Kunlce: who M"'I ..r ....1.1 "" "1" 1'1 111111.1
Miss Clara "
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"M", ,, 'i,," "" ". '. .: \t.,' I".q''"
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You At I Is a teacher at Clay Hill school "101 ..r I':' ;,,'.1 I' : ,II.. I ,,.
/ // Meet n'""" '
. Ii was visiting her parents. Mr. and' ",,'M-n". ,'nrlo-nl"'''' ..r ...:.-;\,.'. I"-."I"..'.'.'-' I.'."'.'I."

i Mrs. J. S. Kunice: last week-end. ".t,,'" "or :\1, ... P \\'lI,1 ,1 ,
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Center Bar Joe Harrell. Jr., of Jacksonville ,...' .nlO.nl nt Hfll'l 1" 'II"' I 10
t "
Blanding III
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..I.tlrlo-III. N' .' .. .
tt "I ,
Mr. Mil ,
la visiting his parents .. i. < i 'I.
t "?'",? of .MIH "ij .. ...; 1. ST
..... '' .1<
and Mro. J. L. Harrell, Si1., this ||HHIH I1IHI1> >' J" 'I". III ' P. S.A
and Patio'enjoy I II week. ,iuimi-,,"|"1 I I-r lllfUllllN"Mis" I.ui ". .' 1.,1." ' .II.1: I

I Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Kelly Elver were I .wii.i. M..II""I, '.,,', ",..fl':i.f."''-III.I:2"nnnii IN ".I."",'1 I, "11".1.''h.I T BLANDING BUS STATION

visiting relatives at New IIf %N 'I. , .
i
,
last Sunday. I r.11.',';:. ".:.tI,1'.\. .,..11 <" ., ." ,
We all wish to welcome Reverend I .I.."..,..........,- I..h.. tI. I'll I Ih) r.-'i' ,,,MI
and, Mrs. G. E. Cutshaw -
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and family back to the communIty I ..
.
where Reverend Cutahaw 1 I..

pastor of the Baptist Church. 1
I
.. I HUP YOUR MldHBOR
t '\ .
yourself in AND YOU Mf IP YOUR COUNTRY


pleasant surroundings I SunnybrookBv

Mrx. Al..iula C'roufonl,
in the company . . . . . . .

I Mr. \V. C. Ward Mlas Ji>yce ( ...
of congenial people. .i,
Ward and Klrby Thomas were I I'I..
visiting In Georgia over the
I week-end. I ;

Mr. and Mrs.! Uruce Warren of I .
I Worthlngton Spring anil Miss

BLANDING Minnie JOB Warren of Ocala were

dinner KUPsN' of Mr. anil, Mrs.

Raymond Brown, Frld.iy night
Mrs. William! Crosby of Lake

CENTER Butler spent the week-end, with I II I
Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Croaby. They II II I

visited Pvt. William Crosby of I

I Camp Blanding Sunday after I

B.A.R noon.l\Irll. Araula Crawford has returned I

I home after, spending sometime
with her husband, Cpl. Otis!!

Macbelle J. Hyde, Manager i '!i.uvfonl of Camp Tlreckenndge.Ky .

,_ .. ..
; Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Kflly. :Mrs./

I Beulah Kplly, and! Mrs. J. H.

Kelly, wero busines"' ) vi ltorn to
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MEET YOUR, FRIENDS AT I Jacksonville, Saturday.Mr. .
and Mis. Cmtls Dukes ofStaikc

I ROY 9 S IIIIESTAURANT 1I I 1 1 Mi '. Dukpa'were weekendtut'st.pai ents. Mr. ..and of r . 'JIt"'

jrrn. Klrbv Trews. WhUc, here. .1 ..?:., .
they vlslte/l'/ Ir. and Mis. C C.Crosby "
Saturday night. : "
L ...., .... -.iIoo.
." ciixiir < oiiir. milKlll. \lI 'fI''"
... fit ''-
.1 ". 1 f"'ClII'1
Than Knew
IXDEK/ BIAXAOEME.NT: OF ROY JOHNSON P.uth: Thiiiupmir. n minor by W.T .. They Builded Better They

Ir!..liiwf .in hi, rn-xt frlvnil.
Plaintiff, vh .fohi'' Tho,,,,""'n. t>vMIOER -.
'..nd,,"'. ('11M.OP' No.P'BI.U'\TOS-Ii'. With the help of the neighbors many you ever dream ten years ago that today

(ANT> !NOTICK: TO" APPKAK8TATB ; a little red schoolhouse was built. That you would pull up to the curb and
.. Jnlm
OK Fr ltlDA In
readiness to help the folks down the offer a ride to a stranger? That you

road and the family across the square would have a bundle of salvaged paper

Every SliceEnriched was the strength of our early America ready when the Boy Scouts called?

the foundation for our democracy. BeThat you would walk home with awkward

H
School Bor & to defend than any other people on have difficulty making deliveries?

'\. Earth. When aid neighbor aid .
Gixls Ne.d ThEsiia you your you

Energy J In these wartime days, the spirit of your country. Isn't it surprising how

CHOPS Th-- to..tt'Enrlchad neighborliness so characteristic of our many things one person can do to help

STEAK Bread(: 11IIII people 13 again paying dividend*. Did win the war?

01..... I'toplt uf>0 gtt rttutlt tgrtt
CHICKEN that tbtrt M no tmbilitMti far

tttrj iftrt' anj olio thatTtcrtalion
Anheufler-Busch produces materials which go t into the manufacture of;
*nJ rtUxation arttittntul
: Rubber Aluminum Medicines 0 II Complex: Vitamins o.I loflpital! Diets If iictampliihmtnt.In .

Bread and other Bakery products Vitaminfortifiedcattle
Baby Foods: yvur ut/i-tjrntJ himrt,

B EE R feed Batteries Paper Soap and Textiles-to name a few. tlttl f kturaft of mtJerjtion. <

A tall, tlJttly giiit oBnJu /

Save 30%! >,.iir It f ttomiing iniitition

16-oz i .....' . 8 COn : la mjk* y.nr mamtntttj

OPES MONDAY D U. d... Fe S e r rtUxjlMn ttmpttlt.t .
8 .\. SL __ 2 A. M. EACH DAY EXCEPT ...
1> BRE.VKFAST 4 LUNCHEON DINNER Sale Here AtLovett's ,.... .... .... II ........

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Sandwiches And Short Orders A""2101'4.N H E USE R U SCH .-.1 "':. 5 A I N T LOU I 5



TUKLVK nitAPFORD COUNTY TELEGKAPH. STAKKE. FLORID FRlD.hI.. 0(7UCE
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Harrell Home tlon !in France on August 29 Cpl.
Buys
and Mrl:, Dovedytln made many CLASSIFIED ADS 1

Mrs. Florence Moore widow of friends In' Starke dinIng the 9 M d r\ %Ji

the late Dan :Moore recently purchased I monthn he wan stationed at '' t I

the V. U. Han'ell house Camp HI.mding.Vhlle here they COLORED GIHL or middle aged! 1 FARM,'ulll\I.Flirt, Ii F.tl.l'I.li.Illl, >. l p.litillroom .i i,.. 7 I
colored woman wanted to act linuH1, iii ll l. nut" Il.1 ',A,
on Weller St.? and Is making herhome flayed at .the 1 li >iiie of Mia. E. M. for family of and thir'+ farm timlx, nn i PI' ,
tn Rtatke. The Moore farm I and Mrs. was us housekeeper % I hlghnuly 4 i.illi', ff'm, St i .'
home and filling Htatlon on Road, Thomas Dovedytia two In Ohio town. Good food! I 610,0."(;:;, ella:; i.,-10. *->00< too i i, S ;
teacher In the J
a popular nursery l'
28 near Theresa, was sold to J. and private quarters provided
She Is ;
winter. now
school last In addition to wages. Transportation -I II' -
C. Land, formerly of Jacksonville. at the home of her parent, 113So.
north FREE. See A.FOR .
,
Meade St, WllkCH-llai-ie, Pa. Jo Kent, Bradford County e r
Killed In ActionFriends I Mary office. )I, SALE .. i1
IN C'lIff 11'I' CHI II'I1. Illl U.'UII It Telegraph n u .
t1
tnivrt. ri.oiuot i\ 4 ii' ,, I I
here will regiet to < i.ut.Kilnin FOR 101.\1.1'-5 row. and IIIRK Nee!
I r! ViiiiKiin I'liiintirr I \1' 1. W. lliMlHiilmiiKli Itl Iumnltl'k's' 1
loam of the death of FrankDovodytK
Cpl ,I-H,.I"in |I1.| \'''"KII"I. i-r ',"111111. 1 I''nlilt in. <> <'", HP CHEAPTO
< who was killed In ac- Fare N". :;'irrditi !> Gale'
>j-n O K I'riu.irATiov' ; AND I I.'olt( H.U.I:__(.in". j.h'HNPVplixtvr I
:NOTH,K: 1'0I'I"A: rt fllMtlUK"'' .III. fuel ebbs C'omlltlon 1- ( SETTLE ESTATE)
NTATII': Kl.olllliA l In: 1 Mil- Cnn 11" xfcii ut >I1.l I.. .lohr.H I
FA..LLDRAPES dimII.' VmiifhnvlioK.- rrnldcIil' IK farm, Id) mlliH west on hiirhwnySK 4
"31 7tli 1'0.1.I nltimblii' Hniith lillll" right lit I'l.li-Ml'H' Million: Six room house practically .
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t'aiollnaYou 2'.. mil.... 10I4I>.
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furnished or will rent to responsible -
ni" req iuhert tn Hpprar, <>n
:i\enilii.i: Hill' l')44 In the nbovcniiiitid Foil SA! Li<:.MlHHlnnarv. wtrnwlicirvplunlii / party Approx. 3
Nitni und whMifliinliiintlfr '
oust from Maryland
grown
.,-.-k. r<.i-. Ilni'lford. ptfxk, $8 |per tlioiiHnnd" in lots miles from post office. Han! .1
I'uiiiiiv, Ti'li-Kmidi shall pulillHli thin or 1000 or mol't', \Vilif' fin opecIfil -
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next four weekly' IKHIHHVIIIHIHM . ... C. been bringing good revenue .
onli i In .prli I'M hi the I "|" -- \ un liiiml .nod offli'lul 'hRI'I.| | It. 6. Roe l4-n. Smith! from, rental of rooms. House I Extra Power for Razor-Sharp, Hollow.! Grounc/
+.fill it Htinki-" Florida this "<"- JnckHfinvilliFin l l. 9l2 /-"4tptilt
.I.! I Sill 1141 can accomodate 4 couple Cold Weather STEEL KITCHEN
(iiiri'KMAI" SHAI.I) .\.1 I ThmniiN'Ii ... -l I KNI\.I
iiAI.K I 1 Cinni' water pump .S
< i.k c-nmiltlnn with
Starting ere
. Klurldii. and I mnlnr In \-1 alon.)
- Pi'unk '"11/11"/ at SEE OWNER AT 537
new tank See Nut HiernliprK1
I n.ft 1 41 <> 271M
""11 rot IMf iA
-..---.-.-.-.-.--..-.- tinHlorc' 10-6 :2tpERMANFNT CALL ST., Starke, Fla. I1'I l\ 3-Inch Paring Knife . , .. '" 5 59c

> 1OU KNOW ..IBUTROACHES' : WAVE, fiDe! Ho your II I 8-Inch Narrow Sliccr. . .175
own Hrimnn.'nt with Charm- I Va-lnch Roast Carver
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SMALL RUGS Kurt Kit Complete equipment, .1.75
| Til)': PERSON; who !.Io-k..ti! III ''In
? Including 40 curler and .ho.mpoo. 8-lneh French
Yf8 f
white kitten on /South ''r' e' I .
Kiiny to du, nhxolutely harnilptm.PMLM .
about 4 o' 'Io'k Mornl.iy aft
When you right roaches you | ** 1..K"n"I.Ch.n..u. movie
SLIP COVERSWe Hy to get rid of them all nutJiiHt to :'Ir... II. F:. Tucker at came'
tar. :Money refunded If not . :Ar.
kill the few that you that t-nn ..atlxflvil.. Koih H Di-uit Store. i address. It i Knives of F/tf Qral/tyl|/ |
dust
hit with spiny or or
walk Into powder, by ac-Hdent. 811815111114ATTENTION]
a KOI HI'I01'-0:: room'" bungalow,
Specialize In --.---.----.-.-- modern and furnished to reliable
1
K-3-D party 2M miles out on State -
LADIESSilk road No. 28. W'IP.. O. Uox
ROACH WILLED 105, Starke, .. ..1. 1 tpI'RF.F

IS DIFFERENT *
Clothing ROOM and board offered In :
lloacheH Flit It bcfatme' they exchange, for care of childrenInquire i V'irefOneSTANDARD ,fit Illlld ,
like It. They dry up and die.Sara at Wonder lift Shop. It I sep
'lo """. Noii-polNunuUH t NEW and p..ll' FOR MAI.F-PrR'IIl1l1y new Model i CIC"INDIAN
15c and 25c Pkgs. 1 Tteminvton portable typewriter; ,
J75. '"2H-1n. K.tipeed electric fan, BATTERY TREE"PATTERN
METHODCLEANERS excellent condition, 1100. One lot
Feed lii x 100 on 'Weller ft.-W. U.
Sistrunk and WILL PAY Halls. 106-2tp|| $9.95 p

p>ah na.
Seed Co. $150 OR MOREper LAKE PL.ACK FOT18AI.F-ISO foot Tll-O-Matie Dtres
lake ft'ont-. See! Mm. Maude Crews, covers.
STARKE PLOD IDA \Vlndle Hotel. Jacksonville.B ,, long economical service.
MfiC. by Mi-riiall 1"IKlm'bOrlando. n>o. for modern house .| -2tp Well built and dependable.A .

315 Temple Avenue Fla.O41 with at least 3 bedrooms in Foil joUjI: < acre., 12 acres In
.
cultivation, 7 room livable house.Live
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Starke, Keystone Heights, stock and Home tool heap
Part ternm. 3 lilies' to Starke
or at Kingsley Village. and 7 miles Cnmp Ill.inclinx. H.I I fin. S.l Is Hall
A. :Nettle: Itt. 2. ,Hox 297, Starke.! th. Cam/ wt
35-Piece
TOVISIT Phone 51 or call at Room _UpKOIt
FAIL 12 NAI.I-27 Ford, tour-door
Magnolia Hotel.
sedan In good, condtlon, K"odtlrew.
DINNER
recently ..acrhauled. SeeV. SERVICE
ft J. \ [Elodenbauich at Denmark
----------- Furniture l'o. Up

1l1'WAH"-UIIO.00: for arrest of -- -- R.g.4.95 SALE!
person who broke Into my house
Wednesday. morning between 4and Archery $1.98 7.45An
TIm C .[clock, Reward will he
pntd/ 1 ti> officers' or private party. ROOMS Includes five-foot lemonwood -
$,,0.110 reward for Information,

DAVIS SANDWICH SHOPNext UnrlHey l I"RIIIIII'| to CrlfflM.Rtrext of trullty party itp arrows bow leather four arm cedar guard eighteenth century design . lovely colored blossoms fill

FOR RENT I finger tab, target the tree and make a striking appearance against the white

KOIt SAIJ5-19:IS Ford plikun truck FRET ARCHERY IOOKI background. Fluted edges. Service for six.
with three good tlreM and twtlreH 500 YDS.
In fair indltlun.. Truck
To Davis Bar limy Im Keen at the County barnat FROM B GATE
8:00: A. M. fir at 4:11f': .M.
.\. J. Thomas rink: of Circuit
Where You;. ,Will Get. Court 10l8-2tp Larry's Place I SALE! -.

LOST-Itlg red. HUI-OL. mal, marked
two very, HiiiHll lucks each par
HAMBURGERSMade 1 lleward :Nollfv A. K. McKln"ey. I BOOMTOWN:
311 AV Ono !tit'! l2t| |> i -
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IF You! \VOUI.O AUV on 1311:1.1.
From milk cows, stork cows, beef STHAYEn_From my farm, t red
cattle, ntuclc hulln or home, vet cow and calf branded 7-Jor T-J.
'! In touch with J. O. Odom, Jr. Also 1 red and white cow and
Fresh Ground' Jr." 247 " City. Telephone 481 Lake ('Its. Notify II B Rain. Rains Poiil. Modern Horn
try Farm or Lloyd Green 9-22 3tp
1K-44 WAXES&: POLISHESS3c
SIRLOIN STEAK BUDGET PLAN
: Oil furn. Polish 18c

19c LIquid Floor Wax 39c FOi PURCHASES |jf$15.0O >
Swift's Pure FloridaORANGEAID "No More Home
39c Cream Furniture MOKiI

GSm Polish ._________ S3c OR

HOT I Laundering For Me!" Silver Polish ______ 23c


OPEN EVERY DAY TIL 12 MIDNIGHT ,

Gift or Prize Ideal '
/ Harmless Funl
Sfcectol Sale!

The Very Finest



Fruits & VegetablesAt r / .[ MACIIIXKCUIV


Reasonable Prices
*
Powerful

ASH TRAYSSet 1.0n Trumpet foraKeg.

NO SUNDAY SALES of Four '7e

\ S' t New RealistIc . but so harm S--.79
"Safety Rest" .
Get All You Want Up To Mid the danger of 1I.re.SALEI eliminates Bounds less) AU like wood a regular Looks pun.and $2.49Protect

. night Saturday .f

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Leon Dicaiiclio ( ,a* 7Jj sEa

: :e ACTTORAMATOH

CALL & CHEHUY STS. -, .


NEEDS

uir $'CntFaoctoryCo Vv

y Your 3ftc tron.cI! n..r.-I 11.1
FOR SALEApartment
I" Choice I'.ECAI'I'IIVG Y.IGtn' I31 ZB'vI.

6 we your eyes wan'
RADIATOR l1 ney. r.eflacitodayI cli<

"'mlhe I
Court V SOLDER


Eleven Units. Total income : 'i (lO-oi.) ,+c I

$3 U Monthly.

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PRICE $9,500 CASH I( RADIATORRUST x SAtE!

IT'S CHEAPER TO SEND IT TO THE

\ Home 5 Large Rooms STARE DRY" CLEANERS and LAUNDRYThis RESISTORRADIATOR ,"ail! "''III' E

(Pint) '
and bath. Furnished $1,250.: housewife, just as many other enlightenedwomen .1'/1,/ TUESFormerly

Unfurnished 1000. \ e'I has found that "amateur" home laundering '7.00
6.00-16/
Cash $1,1)-0 cannot compete with "professional launder-

Ing. We can do your laundry cheaper because we Ii CLEANER S Grade A Quality Camelback '

are organized solely for that purpose . our volume .i Guaranteed Satisfaction *-79 t2-1' jj.IllSpeed ..
?.. Home and Income is so large and our efficiency so developedthat (Overt) .'No Needed Ration Certificate 2

,!t", 6 rooms new, three now .: we do your laundry at a fair profit and yet

'..,I rented $62 month. unfur do it cheaper than you could. Give us a trial this
per

nished. J. P. ROBERTS MOTORSDodge

PRICE $3,500 CASH $1,330: week.STARKE

DRY CLEANERSAND



W. T. Clute, REALTOR LAUNDRY 600 TEMPLE AVE. & Plymouth STARKE, F1

PHONE 28 .
119 EAST CALL STREET Listen to the Voice
STARKE of Firestone
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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEG H





Official County Publication Established In 1877


STAHKE. ""'LOlt.lD"UIU.'TonER 6. 1S>44




(emium List For County 9 Fair, October 16 21, AnnouncedAll





Iwac| Recruiter BRADFORD COUNTY. FAIn COMMITTEES: Exhibits Must Be In Place By 6 P. M.

EXI;CUTI\'E COMMITTEES :

Needed Opening Day; School Day Set For October 18
A, WELDON, President A. J. THOMAS, TreasurerL.

T, DYER SecretaryS.
COMMUNITY: BOOTHS I F. F. A, and Ml CLUB EXHIBITS:
I
A. Weldon & R. F. Demorest. Fair
Managers Each school community will exhibit: the products of that community I Only members' of Itradford) 1 County 4-U and, FFA Clubs may compete

In a community booth. A Community Fair Committee in for prizes in this exhibit. The produce exhibited. must have
COMMITTEE; ON" EXHIBITS: each community will have the responsibility of assembling and installing I
been produced In Itradford county and l prepared for exhibit by the
: the exhibits from that community. .
L. T. Dyer Mrs. L. D. VinIng boy making the exhibit.
Each Individual entry will compete against all other almlllar entries
L. D. Vining Mrs R. F. Demorest In the county.COMMUNITY Three exhibits' will compete!' against similar exhibits In the community
booth for county awards ,
Walter Sibley Mrs. W. B. Sewell 2nd. $20.00 :3rd. $1500;
: EXHIBITS -181., $25.00; ;
K. G. Duncan Mrs. C. A. Knight 4th, 1000.( All others $500( each.SCHOOL FIF.IJ* CHOPS I l.t. 2nd. SM.

Floyd Green Mrs. M. F. BrownW. 10 Ears Com I.OO _____ 80 __________ 25

EXHIBIT, 10 Stalks Can 1.00 _____ __ _
B. Sewell Miss Sarah G. Phelps _ :30 ________ 25

The School Exhibit Is included In the Community Exhibit and 1 Gallon Peanuts -__ 1.00 _______ 80: __________ 25I

shows the work of the school children and the teachers of the school.PKKMIIJMS Fk, Sweet Potatoes __ 1.00 __________ :30 ____,____? 25

Service 1 Bundle Forage, dry ______ _____________ :SO __________ 25
Parade : : :
1 Bundle Forage, green ________ so _________ 35
fmrrntm and frlrnd of rr-l-t sea are asked to brln. nrwi Item and 1st. Prize. $15.00;; 2nd. Prize. $10.00. For each other creditable ex-
!-<_--.. to TTlmrii..li far Ookllra"len. M-r-lce _>-i> and woai,.. FRESH VEOKTABLKS::
are naked towrit*- T_. TH-itr-nfc t-lllmc of their neti.ltle.. hlbit $3.00.
......J.-._......;.;.: 1 Gal. String Beans 1.00 ______ :80 __________ 25

iFlorence Macintosh pic- GETS PURPLE HEART DESCRIBES KEY WEST: BOY SCOUT EXHIBIT 1-2 Dozen Cucumbers ______ 1.00 _________ 80 __________ 25

who was recently Sgt. Cecil,Manning.aon of Mrs.J. "Telegraph has received the This Exhibit Is in a separate booth and not Included in the community 1 Gal! Green Peas 1.00 ______... DO _________ 25

|hove, A. Howard of Starke recently following letter from B. E. booth. 1 Bunch Turnips; __.,..__________ 1.00 _______ 80 _______ 23
d I from Private First Class received the Purple Heart for (Earl) George, CM 3-c who Is
1 Pk. Irish Potatoes 1.00 ________ 80 ________ 25
Iruit women for the WAC wounds received while In actionIn stationed with the Coast Guard The Troops compete against each other.

{vicinity of Starke every France. Sgt. Manning was at Key West: 1st. Prize $5.00; 2nd. Prize $3.50; 3rd. Prize, $2.00. EGOS:
the first to ashore on West Is a small island
"Key only
among go 1 Dos White Eggs 1.00 _________. :80 _________. 25
D-Day and reports having seen and all the natives here t.
Lclntosh: is the daughter plenty of action since that time. speak a broken language, between I 1 Doz. Brown Eggs 1.00 __________ 80 ____u____ 25

] Ida Learned of Belmont, Sgt. Manning has now returned Spanish and .ED lIsh. The cli- PAIR RULES AND REGULATIONSThe Other Worthy Articles 1.00 __________ 80 __________ 25:

nd I' married to Lt. Col. France after being hospitalized in mate stays about like summer, Club Record Honk ___ 1.00 ________u 80( Uu_____. 25INDIVIDUAL :
1 Macintosh, a well-known France after being hospitalized in all the year 'round. A fellow C
Fair Association, a non-profit: organization
I Mass, surgeon. Col. Mac England for a while can wear his whites all the time. Bradford County EXHIBITS: IN COMMUNITY: : EXHIBIT
!, now serving In the Ar-' There is plenty of fishing and : sponsored by the American Legion, Is chartered further the Interest

Heal'! Corps somewhere In HOME: ON FURLOUGHCpl. several nice beaches-but all put of Agriculture and allied Industries! Industrial, commercial,, FIKI.U': CHOI'S:

I. Gene Goodge spent a 15- together they don't come up to : domestic and educational activities by establishing a means of exhibits CORN l.t. 2ml. Snl.

husband's over day furlough with his parents, Kingsley Lake. I have been In I ), displays! and. demonntiatlons that may create Incentive to+l
with her of the !service for two anti 10 Kara: Corn __________________ 2 00 ________ 1.00! ________ 5O
W. J. years
Mr. and Goodge of
|bbons. Cpl. Macintosh : Mrs. greater accomplishments and progress In the development our
fc'ie white Starke. H e returned recent. have spent 23 months of that their skill and labor CANTS
red and candy county and to help the people through to produce

I good conduct ribbon (for ly to Esler Field. La., where he time Ui Key West. All the fel- products of outstanding merit and value. 1O Stalks Cane _____.__________ 2.00 ________ 1.00( ( ______? BOKANUTS
I and efficient discharge of Is stationed, with the air corp lows kid me about the CoastGuard .
I'Jie: green and gold ser- but It's the best branchof Exhibit will be made of the many agricultural products of the :

'ben given for re-enllst- I WOUNDED IN ACTION the service, in my opinion. county and communities! Also exhibits will be made by business' 1 Gallon Spanish _______._____i 1.00( ________._ BO _________ 25

hen the WAAC became According to Information re B. E. George, CM: 3-c, firms and organizations.All 1 Gallon .Runner ______________ 1.00 _________ 00 __________ 25
ceived here Pfc Leo Starling 21. P. O. Box 24, C. G. Vessel
I the medal regular awarded army for and drlvntly a- son of Joe E. Starling, of Starke. Repair Shop Sec Base: exhibits 4n farm crops, canned goods, eggs, needle work, and (IH'KAS

|* army wheeled ve- whQ enllsted at Camp Blanding* Key West, Fla.AT school exhibits will be exhibited In community booths and will com 1 Bunch ___________.__________ 1.00 _________ 80 __________ 25

Oct. 28 1942. was recently awarded pete for community awards. 2 Quarts ____________________ 1.00 __________ 150 __________ 25
the Purple Heart for FORT OOLETHOKPE will be of Individual, ('ntrlMwhich
1 several months of re- Each: community exhibit composed .
11.\"-I II ILK EACH
wounds received In action on Pvt. Dosha. B. Harrison for-
the statesgta will for individual premiums. No make '
duty through Salerno Beach Italy, on September merly of Starke. Is now takinga compete person may Cowpens ___ ___________________ 1 00 __,_______ 50! __________ 23
| and Florida, Cpl. Mac- 15: 1943. Starling participated six-weeks basic training courseat more than one exhibit In the same class or entry. Peanuts _______________________ 1.00 __________ 50( __________ 25

i'now assigned permanent- 1 In the Italian campaign and the 3rd Wac Training Center There will be no fees for making agricultural exhibits, and all Other ____________._____________ 1.00 __________ 50( __________ 2:5SWF.I'T :
I'i Jacksonville Rctg. Sta.
campaign of France I Fort Oglethorpe, lights, water and material for booths will be furnished for these,
the
(well equipped with all .... : POTATOES
Ga. upon completing however, the community most be responsible for the erecting andpreparing
tlon concerning enlist- LETTER FROM CECIL DOBBS 1 Peck Porto Rico ____._______ 1.00 __________ 50 i( ____----_ 25:
1 this booth and exhibits.All .
arranging
the Women's Army Corp 1 Peck Other Variety __________ 1.00 ________.._ 50 __________ 25PUMPKINS :
I. an urgent need for Dear While Editor sitting: around not do- course she will exhibits must be the property of the person making the ex

Medical Technicians. The much after so long I am be aswlgned to hibit, and no exhibit from outside Bradford County will compete for :
fit of wounded men pour- Ing dropping you a line to find out . ; an Army AirField prizes. The Fair Management will make adequate provisions for 1 Each __________._____________ 50( __?.?__._......________ 25:
Into hospitals are MotorTransport
pic: the field army to both skilled what Is wrong with my paper for taking care of all exhibits but does not assume any obligation Incase HVKUP .

Skilled women interestedI I haven't gotten It won't tor three It .''tu.., I active duty. Pvt. of theft, damage or 'losa. 2 Pints In Bottles ______________ 50 _.______....1.____________ 2:5l'y..cNoI :
get
weeks! and probably '.
? phase of hospital work this week."either. I sure have Harrison w r !Ite Each entry will be tagged and numbered showing the name of the :

| women are fighting the have that she. looks exhibitor. All exhibits must bo in place by 6 P. M. Monday, October
If
i of America" the biggest been missing it so you forward each,. Pecans, 1 Ib Any Variety ______ 50 ..._......__..__.__.___ 25:
any back papers please! send themto ___n 16, 1944, and must not. be changed or molested In any way
I of the entire war. The me. My address Is the same week to receiv- or removed before 10:00: P. M.?, Saturday, October 21, t"OI&r\H-: CROI'Y'T:
I here at home, to restore ing the Telegraph and to know
hung men back to health but I have changed rates. Thereare that the people of Starke are still Judging will be don .by State! agricultural workers from outside Dundle, Green' __________________ 50! ________________________ 25:

['e again. 21,000 Medical down several here with Bradford me. County We pass boys the doing their part toward the war of this county. All Individual and county exhibits will be Judged for Bundle Dry _________'.________ 50 _______._______________ 25:

fians are needed for this effort. She will be rememberedhere first, second and third places and ribbons will be given. The
paper around. ANY WOKTIIY ARTICLE NOT L1STF.OFlrHt
| work We had Captain's Inspectionthis as the former Mrs Lindsey awards will be made on a basis! of the following scoring points: :.

women who were exper- morning at 0830. Everything E. Grtffls. quality 200; variety, 200; uniformity, 200( ; educational, 200; appearance ______________________ .50 Second ____________-___._ .25:

I in hospital work have been looked white.Here's arrangement' and originality, 200 points. Total 1,000points ,
d to army hospitals. Oth- I hear from HOME ON LE.\VJo
you
hoping .
FRESH VEGETABLE: : ; CHOPS
fr Sea .
attending army medical soon and my paper. Earnest William Morgan,
? schools. The largest man, 1-c recently enjoyed hili The Fair Association! will do everything within Its power and with-
I' of medical WACs from Sincerely yours Cecil Dobbs. first leave since Joining the Navy in the policy of good buslnesH management to make this Fair educational 1 Gallon String Beans __________ 1.00 u________ 50 _______.__ 25:

Jth are attending either My address is: Cecil H. Dobbs, three years ago, and spent several and beneficial to all its exhibitors, and assume full control 11-2 Dozen Cucumbers __________ 1.OO -._____'_? 50; __________ 25

: technician schools or Coxswain, days near and authority. The Fair Association asks the cooperation of every- I 1 Gallon\ Peas _________________ 1.OO ______..___ 50; __________ 25:

laboratory technician 9th Bn., Whiting Field, Starke with his one concerned that the Fourth Bradford County Fair may be a'' 1-2 Dozen Turnips ______________ 1.00 __________ 50 _________ 35

: Others are serving asP Milton. Fla. g f'and ,m other. great success.! Irish Potatoes Peck _________ 1.OO __________ 50 __________ 25
stenographers I
and educational occupaperapiHts WITH "KRAUTKILLERS"Capt. Mrs MaggieNorman. I Strawberries, 2 Plants _________ Lot ______._._ 50 __________ 25

| Honing personnel. James A. Browning; of He has. Fresh Fruits Display ___________ 2.00 _____________________ 1.00

ft'Uitlngr! Information see Raiford Is serving with the 349th i returned to Seattle PROGRAM:
|aclntosh! in Infantry Regiment, one of Lt. I Wash., to
any Friday : board his ship, HOME CANNINGI
't Office lobby or write General Mark Clark's Fifth Army f.
Army Recruiting Station,, units which smashed the Gustav and was accompanied Special "Big Feature" carnival by the American Model Shows with Jar Each of :3 Varlrllen
0 Hitler Lines and chased the as far as varied attractions and entertainment for both young and old will
Bldg., Jacsksonvllle,, and Garlgliano to Jacksonville by afternoon and night. Vegetables _____________________ 2.00 ________ 1.50 ________ 1.00Fruits
Germans from the I be open each.
the Arno River In Italy. Knownas 'his mother, Mrs., .<-% ________________________ 2.00 ________ 1.50: ________ 100

tey Man the "Kraut-Killers", doughboysof eovlee Drof I igsera Alto( Sensational Big Free Circus Acts each day and night Jams' and Preserves ____________ 2,00 ________ 1.50 ________ 1.00
[ Would Bill aa he Is
the 349th fought across some Plant I City. around, Starke, Monday October Preparation Day. All exhibits will be re Jellies ___________._______..____ 200 ________ 1.50 ________ 1.00bleats

>P Berries of the worst mountainous terrain familiarly has grown from known a small sized boy ceived. This Is the last day to bring your entries. _________________________ 2.0. ________ 1.50: ________ 1.00

Boston Terrier in Italy. of six feet, tipping the Other Creditable Exhibit ______ 2.00 ______ 1.50 -------- 1.00
to a man "The All exhibits must be In place by 6 P. M. 1
200 pounds.
: scales at nearly
IB Jones IN OKLAHOMA
aboard popular agent for Pvt. Albert !o(. Gllsson 32, Is Navy will surely make a man of Tueiday." October 17-Farmers Day On this day farmers from all EGGS
Railroad at Law- Bill
with the 1280th Engi if you stick to it, says. to visit the Fair.
Florida invited
.ade<> the front of thePont stationed you over the State of are
page I neer' Group a t I I Dozen White Eggs __________ 1.00 _________ 50 __________ 25
Sept. writing
27. by HOME October 18-School Children's Day. AH school children
Mayor of Boston offering Camp Gruber HAMITER' SK 3-c. Wednesday<: this day and no 1 I Dozen Brown Eggs, __________ 1.00 __________ :50 __________ 25
e a2 T. L. (Larry) Hamiter, and teachers are Invited to be our guests on
pints of luscious Brad- Before entering -
Okla.
COUnty was visiting friends along Call admission will be charged for the children and teacher betweenthe

'ed. screw-tall strawberries Boston for Ter-a the service Si., recently and being an hours of 12:00: Noon and 6:00: P. M. All rides and shows will i NEEDLEWORK C
seven glad to
football fan, was
11 ardent to half price.
W' tl su t months ago he I be here for the opening game on be reduced 1 Garment ____________________ 200 _____ 1.50: _______ 1.00

receiving'Maurice the J. Tobin let-re- I was manager exchange of the BHS schedule.He Thursday October 19-Army and Service Dly. This day will carry 1 L Piece Crocheting ____________ 20O ________ ,1.50 I) ________ 1.00
following
a post completed theNavy' 1:00 P. M. Added
at :
.ram Mr Jones:' "I want a branch at Camp has Storekeeper just School at added! features which will commence promptly 1 Piece Knitting or Embroidery 2.00 ________ 1.50 _____._ 1.00

ed. IcrE'w-tall Boston Ter'd Blanding. H e and will now be attraction to be presented on this day only. 200 ________ 1.5O: ________ 1.00
If BOH too, Mass.! 1 Quilt or Top ________________
: an opportunity pre."hip received his at the Portsmouth Va. Children's Day All colored children
: stationed October 20-Colored
me In F lday,
one to Lawtey basic training Yard. Mrs Hamiter and P. M. ANY WORTHY ARTICLE Of Needle Or lUnd Work No Listed
6:00 -
to
Rd next May will send f A .d Hartford. Conn. I Navy children spent the sum and teachers will be admitted free from 12.00 Noon :
'' two
their
'Pints of nice strawberries. KIs wife MrsSusie < I mer with him In Boston, but they AU rides and shows half price. tat 1.00 2nd _______ :50 3rd ________ 25:
Wants In -------- -
the doC as hen Is now living at their homein
Gllsson
toed.: will remain now Old Home Day. On
Starke. Pvt. Glisson writes Waldo.( Saturday, October 21-Bradford County, and j

Los.a Boston people go for home that he frequently enjoysthe Larry, who was employed at this day folks will Invite their friend from nearby counties to be HANDICRAFT 1
strawberries ..J like we hospitality of the Salvation Starke before climax of the exposition.Big .
they and the Florida Bank at their guests at the Fair for the grand
do, Mr. Jones better Army USO at Braggs. Okla, the Navy, says lie ANY WORTHY ARTICLK-Not U.tfod '
entering
retul the all
ll about making offers expressed appreciation for sad feels "ten special features day.
.hat He might get enough rendered to the soldiersby is! in tip top shape did be- lit 2.00 2nd ------ I.M 3rd ...;--.--1M >'. I
., services younger" than he BIG FREE CIRCUS ACTS EACH DAT it NIGHT -------- -- .
011 coun- years SENSATIONAL
the "
hand to start a ken- USO Clubs all over fore signing on the dotted line. :..rSECTION .\ .

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BRADFORD COUNTY TKIJECRAril. STARKE. FLORIDA .- FRID\V.' OCTo I i
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- AGE TEN _________________________ == 1I1.
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plaintiff peeks. divorce. Bradford For Representative of the SECOND -
Adkins Explains mum rent elate County Telegraph shall publlnh Congressional District of the

There is not any hard or set this Order I In next four weekjy State of Florida. In the Seventy-

Changes In Rent fast rule as to what will constitute iMHiieaWitneHH, my hand and otfilulsciul mate ninth Con..ra of the United STARKE TIRE SERVICE

a "peculiar circumstance". at Starke Florida, thin September For Governor of the State of

Control RegulationsDuring An the Emergency Court of Ap. 20th 1944.OFFICIAL Florida.
( HEAL) A. J. Thomas, For Secretary of State of the
has gala rents are frozen Aa Clerk of said Court.
was peals State of Florida.
the time Congress
method "at levels T. Frank Landrum, Starke, FlorIda For Attorney General of the Stateof
conducting hearings on the extenSIon under this Atty. for Plf. ,29-4t-1020, Florida. Size Tires Canned and Tubes Vulcanized

of the Price Control Act which landlords and tenants had For Comptroller of the State ofFlorida.

discussionboth worked out for themselves by iv ('"II''' (t1131RT Jill IIPOIII of A
considerable State
of the
there was For Treasurer
in competitive ('o'r1.; FLOItll| IV CHA'KHV. :\-
free bargaining a
to the' Flnrlda.
private and public as ( .
Public Instruction
time when For Superintendent of
various amendments proposed and market, prior to the Irving (Cohen Plaintiff va. Mar- of the State of Floria Recauping Done

the Intent of Congress with regard defense activities had injected In. jorle Cohen. Defendant. Case No. For Commissioner of A.rlculure

market abnormal factor 3338.OIU'ER of the State of Florida
to the an
to the amendments finally OP PUBLICATION For Two (2) Justice of the 8u-

Into the act. resulting, or threatening to result AND NOTICE TO APPKAHHTATE I preme Court of the State of Flor-
Incorporated OK FLOIDA '
to: Marjorie
in rent Increases Inconsistent that a series of One Cl) Railroad
It Is proposed Electric
with the purposes of the New York: of the State of Florida In Modern Mold

releases will be given dealing Act." In determining whether You are required to appear on For State Senator for 16th ..
recent amendments to< Monday October 30th., 1944 In the tonal District cf the State of Slurida. -
with the there are peculiar circumstances above named Court and cau..e.whenln .

the Rent Regulations. Some of should be plaintiff eeeka divorce. For 1 Member of the House of
consideration usually WORK GUARANTEEDExpq'I
amendments to the Regulation Bradford County Telegraph shall Representatives of the State of O ALL o
the directed to whether the cIrcumstances publish this Order In next four Florida.

to be discussed are direct!: relied by the land- weekly lamiea.Wltneaa For County Judge
upon hand and officialseal '

the result of the amendatory act lord are abnormal, that Is, not at Htarke my Florida this Sep For For Clerk Sheriff.of the Circuit Court Rcappr and Vulcanizer

passed by Congress.One normal tember ZBth., 1944.OFFICIAL For County Assessor of
In the
usually present
( HEAL) A. J. Thomas, For Tax Collector.For '
of the most Important recent program. If there is some abnormal As Clerk of said Court.T. County Superintendent of I

amendments to the Rent Frank Landrum Starke. Florida. Public Instruction.For SERVICE
which HOUR RECAPPING
variation actually 24
: Atty. for Plf. 92| .4t-10,20, FIe County Commissioners.For .
Regulations which become effective caused the setting of a rent sub One Member of the County

1 1944. deal with NOTICE OP BLKCTIOW Board of Public Instruction.For .
September below comparability an
stantially
To the Sheriff of BRADFORD Justice of the Peace In and

the subject of "security deposit"This adjustment may be made. This County, of the Slat jif Florida: for the following Justice Districts,

amendment adds Section 2 amendment is designated as Section l.e It Known, That I. A. GRAY ,.: No.1.
Secretary of Stat. of the State of Best Grades of Materials Used

(d) to the Housing Regulationsand 5 (a) (II) of the Housing a Florida do hereby give notice that I I For Constable Justice In Districts and for, vis th*: I!

reads as follows: Regulations. A similar amend GENERAL ELECTION folowln&S..

"((3)) Security DrpONlta. ((1)) ment has been Incorporated in will be held In BRADFORD Coun. In Testimony Whereof I have I
ty. Stale of Florida, on Tuesdaynext hereunto set my hand and affixed
General Prohibition. Regmnl- the Hotel and Rooming House succeeding* the first Monday the Great Seal of the State of

less of any contract, agreement Regulations.There In November being A.the D. 1944 the ..aldTu..d.y Florida this the at Talah..ee.day the of Capital August j LOCATED IN REAR OF J. W. ANDREWS GARAGE

lean or other obllc) are three prerequisitesto SEVENTH DAY OF NOVEMBERFor A. D. 1944.

tlon heretofore or hereafter an adjustment under Section the State United of Florida States, Senator for six: years from (SEAL) n. A. GRAY. Madison Avenue Starke Fla.rhat

entered Into no persons on 5 (a) (II). First the rent on from Jan. 3, 1946. I Secretary of State. I .
For 8 Presidential Electors. To HON. A. O. ANDREU Sheriff
or after September 1. 1944 the date determining the maximum Eight ( ) BRADFORD County.

_____ _
hall demand or receive a rent must have been sub n -
nmt. amen rortv-flral (41.1' the fortowln amendment .* S1tloo within .ud muniapalitv at town 1. .n 013 Sn
BLtCTIONWRTRCAS a
Of
In connection NOTICt D
for or
security deposit stantially below the rent generally a Conwtt- oot ." t.i 0'
ahall b C term o 14 Article m nf the .n earl, af
with the use or oorupancy prevailing In the area for !! The Legislature 18SS.of of 194S.ltner the. ..veara and H"n.'O. from biSon of o t. SUM of Florida relating The Counties of Dad* and Oranre ameach of Solicitor.the oi .,< Couflt$.ai
Cnnrtltiitton of
Fortieth ta* a to uniform and County t
of housing accommodation accommodations "Stat. of rtnrla, did .... 10 Joint' Reaomrlon 40th Oo' .t and mu..I"Dal munlclp.Ut. town dlae log Slct I
comparable on term of two ..... the time. of moment other ..I". er- Atm ., b
. 0
t.
Paid lbllf
.* within thp defense- the maximum rent date,-January Brooorln amendment to ttteConstitution the General Election 44. and thereafter cltiee an" town and mm* I sled by law. whtd".. hreafircreated C..nt.
*
ii, the !Stat! of Florid and ? o l
aald Settor* ehall b* elected for herebv SeTTeed to and fhall eubmltted bv e5ri of aald COI COln' Sollrttar
rental area or retain any security 1, 1941. Second It must appear the eame aeree* ta nv vote nfthreefifth S term of four ......Pt te ease of to th. elector of S.t lt the shall retain and control the newer Said .h.1 b+eo 11"

deposit received priorto that there were "peculiar cir of sD th. number .eleete a vacancy ta office.nied nf Florida at the Oenranl o:to fix their respective bud.*t* for (tie Alte i."_,1, "
,,
tn .
.
each noticetht The vote nn tn Stat '
efiie Secretary to be held of meafiuriRir and 'C'tet
R..tt 19'D"r "c
or on or after September cumstances" In connection with Joint Reeohitton were entered noon Jun releerlon? that .. b* imposed U I"-n. and
14 1H .1.. O I
I, 1944 except an provided In the renting. Third it must appear their reenecrlv. Journala with th* VCSIss av that !Section! 14 of Article m "Id Co".t.. aublect ftlrat. of S.. ,o.1
I nav therenn thev 4134 deter- .
an 1.
the Constitution of the State of Florida or other within each raoorotlv -
A RESOLUTION Pronoatnf of
this paragraph ((4)). The term I that the low rent mme and direct, ",.., The ald fnlnt .TOr I. .nd Orange J"
actuallywas A .. tl of Article V of amended to read folSeerlwi town or other Countlei ,, JJ..J
.unl.I.1.
"....,..t...... be .l,hmlted fn the e1p't0Tf lelo h . d'oe
lewr "11
addition CountyTa wrvlnir
In Relating *
Florida
'NPcurlty' deposit', caused by these peculiar cir I .. the 'het of 'I t.ln . O".
State et th. Central election: ta"v HfS
to and JUStICeS 14. tre11stnr analleetabllfth In each of aald Cotintiee.hafl I. the
meaning. Av**>vv>rS4jf> f to Its customary cumstances. IB determlnln each aaeewnent ( the .
of the .. .l I
C
of
a avvtem counts : o C.rlmln -n
s I
wow .
Include any prepayment of TrrrwrronF. I...R. A. OWAT.1Secretarv BF IT RKSOt-VFTJ R" t.sflTS.t.ATURV and ..." u.l"r ... which .h..llb add the amount levied and t.p" b* I. COlnl. end th. lbs
of "fate of the ., of Florida.herebv 1 "t.1 .. mch mlllaffe to th. "... 'Pie Chn
ad- WANTED Clean cotton Ac ..I... ... OF TK eaue whereIneai COl' o RI
rent except payment In rags. nntlce t torNrsAt s the following STAT "RIA'T. or .merlal .." are. omvlded hv th* respective Counties of Cor of ( . ,
No Buttons. Highest cash "' BtecTtoMwfH ""cm".te mav .M. Orange .1 abolished! and C.nl
sauce of the next periodic he 11 of Article V Conrtltu- hereafter provided. bv the t* the
held tn each enimtv tn Florl* lbs of the Stt Florid b* and ,.. that ,ray be Inconntitent therewith Section That and aRe* mldliht. 0' th. CrIminp, con, ..
Bradford
Instalment of rent for a period prices paid. County nn Titetav) nevt ncceedln the rletMnnv o O I" CoitntlertfT" 0
h the earn I* herrnv and the Dp".b. "lt 1944. the Count "t u. ti, Pt.
> rfnvemher no longer than one Telegraph. t'fIV aald Te tev helneth* .ame shall b* ." email- rued to Secretary State l's. Col. .. the Cotintte M I" o lh. Civil( C",e 0

month." SEVKnTTM OAV NOVFMBRM fled electors' at the eneral election t lu.. 10 194S.A "f.. O Bade Oranae. Stat of Florida.Khali talren "....Coun. .h.H at ll l., .

rillCTJIT COURT. BHAI>KOKICOUNTY. > for th th 18 rlt't""lo rejection."Section each- become the Tat rolo .n. heron .5
ratification or re1r1tonaf o of Jv
,
for .
all ad valorem and . I "t" ,
A slmillar amendment was also FLOIIIUAl IN ChIAt- aaM Joint Reanhtttnna nrnooaln1 amendment . tl. There haH b* nn more IOI RESOLUTION Prn.w.sSnC toAmen levied and for the. calendarvear rjircult Court In .N, I
and CRItY. tn the Conrtltutmn of the State than flv. Jnatlce Dlitrict each ,,," Sir and Section Sevenof 1045 .tml "0"1
promulgated under the Hotel Emma of Florida county and .1.ll b electeO on. enttent veara en.
Ueorir, Plaintiff U V" hugh vlr* th"r Article XVITl of the Constitution .
Rooming House Regulations withubst8.ntlll.lly Ueorre Defendant. No. 3316.ORhER Juatlce of the Peace for ..."b Justice the State of Florid Relatln to .". ceot taxea "O reoulred to b *ol.lected .S.el" The iwimfMm
:UR1'I''A: who ." hold for tour bv th. of th* an. the 3vomneo.atlnn.
.U offIce Term C",1 Cr..1 .
Of
A JOINT Dia. of Office of Penona ADootntedor .v""
wordingand RESOLUTION Prooowm* the Court within e .., Article not .. I
the same .
Cxlatln Justice' C""t. .h.1 ,
AND NOTICFJ TO APPEAR Amendment nf Section J of Article DCnf Dloe Reeled to Pi V."e. In Flee- and all Countv ,,. 1ncreeae.I .
1."I.'n. but
exactly the same effect STATE OP FLORIDA to: Hugh"loorire .h* Conatlttitlon of Florid Relating mav.herebv b recoimlxed.Act but from S. t""I.t. tire Ofr. Un". .., all ad valorem and acreae* tave" tm- 1100n _hm such u.s. 3 1 Sit is
( Whose residence la 214 to Taxationf.ATtrnr. ,- tl. RF BT nosed b* *nv munldoalltv. town. die.trlct. shell d"l.
that n continue
to note ".r' of Die RE.nr.V .t'.A.
It Is change anv T .
Important p
W. Magnolia St. Oeor- B" 1'1' I.
Valdosta RSOTVTfl SY "1rP f.ton' end TORE or 'h. district' nonorooerrv ..n.,.' law tk.now .
now or t..ln.
in all cases where the first rent. la.You or Tmr SPAT? or n..nRmA te establish h..f...t."n.h.Such That the fol'owlna' ? amendment to "
after the effective are required to appear onOetob..r That the *fnflnwtn. en.enflment. to 13.- District r now or hereafter existing.Provided .. Mon 6 and Section T of Article x the Levl.latur may nrovld that I.,?. I the Sri n. of h..nt,,, p.,,.
Ing occurred It, 1844 In the above not 1 nf ArHi-Ie IX of the Con.rltut1onnf however that any *u c h "f he Conrtlttitlnn of the St" each o' aM Collector ha1 also eol'ect 'jaNrtef or or .crlbin' theIr' mat.
date. August 1, 1942 then no n am PC! Court and rail"e. wherein FTortd* relatlne1 to taxation be ant*. chanre hn SubmItted to SteDenle Florida l. and the aame Ii herebvaeree anv other te..... license en. .I".tl, f on. "

should be demanded plaintiff eeeka dlvorre. Bradford the aame la hereh* ......... tn and.. haT of snv t an *ffeete<1. bvreferendum and t.. .".. haH be *Mhmltted cl,e. within said Countlea Such eol.lecton .. tht f.om., ""di
seculty deposit bounty Tolenraph ahall publlahthla I "hmlfted t t.. .I- the 5 t.te at .* .n. ensuing general to the au.ll. e'ectnra o the ' thai each remit, to th* 5u15.octetS .5O'Cp herein .IM i<1>liH' '""l'
under any circumstances. Order In next four weekly la- Florida .' ? . or retentionat election. State of Por" re- proper official of each taste t.lre over and be allmMnta s,"" ,

sue. *he fled Oetieral election to b held Filed tn Secretary BtaU. lectlon at enaulne awerat eleetlon. tithnrit In their reimectlve C"nt. amnlovee* mil .. if
There has been a custom among Witness my hand and official tn 1 44. .. fol'nw* June 10. 1943.A ..'fe o that I* to as.That Section 8 .II such tavea collected .. "fflee amimed a. miv. h.* IwwwM

some landlords to requireor aeal at Htark, "Florida this gep. !!I1. 1. The LeirMatiire sCuaS nea- and T of Article TVTTI of the Contlrutlon ..5 mav b* orovlded h* I...0.Each TeCollector .'h* Budget Corr>m>..fnn. nr rlrh r
temhrr 11. 1944. .." m ttnlforn and enttal rate ofsw.fln'i n the State of Florida. heamended abet] collect each tax rtat*> ,. nr bv mirh! f'h" wine
demand certain security deposits ... 4i1e JOINT RESOLUTION Pronn 1n. an ment In ,..n. 1 hut nthorltv .
(OFFICIAL HKAI.) A. J. Thomas, eireent that I nrm t read > follower"Section and shall tie one a mar l h e ,
and If these deposits have As Clerk of said Court.T. for anedal rate ". '. on tntanelhlenrnnertr. tltutlon A".en' to Ar"l. V of, the .CO. 9. The tax ktatement which shall ,",11"1 a"d 5. Ts-f.3tu,. 3InPoft"'041q"
of addln
Frank Landrum Htnrke, Florida but such s00clsI r. .rateehall ,.' an anDnlntee to fin ".."..o"I. .. valorem or acreave taxes a. e * Relatln' ta
an Section .
been secured<< or demanded here. not mrila dol. A"dllon. t. of .. any one calendar tmonarh .5 thIs Article .h
Atty." for Pit. 9lD-4t-106.| | .. f nn n. State Attomeve. Judffe* the elective "'n. ..*. thIs Con.ntwtlon yea .1 he .!!
lar of the narcel of real The Le-rt.l.riire .
It Is In violation of the vahtarlnn etirn then .. onlv the flr-t oronertv and noon m. ?? mwnt
tofore. Criminal .
iv: fiiiruiT roiiitT.COIIMTY. .UIAnFOItIJ "ta..ol. nrnnertv. ".. . that aa Solicitor Courts( of R. and and County Solicitor Tiieadnv after the ? Mondav, m .ach lot of Der onl ". and ..t .ru .t.tlon t .h. ../.- Bh
Regulations for you to retain FLORIDA IV CtlAV-: fthlltfattnna eritref nv ennrt- excent 1."I. Jannerv neirt after election and +x rertlflcatea haT1 h levied to covern and Section* n this 4u414,. ni"jet
Faeambla
'.,.. deed of tniiit. Hen thereetnlatur of the Court nf of taxe. .. narcel of real i their effect h.
OIu'1frsfto rp'eci! I
flOIIY.Pyrll of > > .h .
after n'h. a mi y e tll.
such security deposits Sep County*. and Providing for flll- .
I .
.
xmnert and L.ujaIu3mas
Intan.ethie .h ssci'fI.rsr
I.
ma an 'Soctine ..
Dalniih .
Michael Plaintiff eleet'on h.
1944 vs. tair nf I." 111mnia Inc' Vacancies anv of such OfflfetPrior ,.. rn.1 <-re. n shall h. antS toY .ch t. .heenmnen.atlnn ... .
tember 1, except as pro. Helen Htrllotaky UeloHh, Defendant. nnt . to the Tuesdav after theP'Irut I 111 vaMTctA ' elec**_ e :"n"O. a .5. of "> irtflw
vided In the Regulations and It Case No. 11312.OHDEH on the dotlar. whlrh henavable Monday I"r. .. 1849. hv Aonolntment haH he for that the Mr.., may be nrovlded toY I. 053.5.0 eimen e en<1 eon'tii" i o
" ..r *o Cottntv Txe. end .... 'Wlce, affecte .
at the time such morttfavedeed **" comu.en.13.. tax her t.4
the Tiie
OF PIT f.IC"ATIO-r: .r'f .
..
la suggested that If you received AND NOTICE TO APPEAR of trust or other Hen ,. ereented bv bv the the> a".1. and on- .r. the flrrt ../*,..? |n .next "0$ sold and which b. taw ,. -1 ,. .*.. ... ...
for ..ton. eald tax to r..Uo. ch election :.nu.r -Inmtre .. converted irIs title m.. I*o" ... Ornnci Cf*..'. t*6
STAT OP FLORIDA to HelenUrlleleky b .
such a deposit and have not returned : tn B IT RESOLVm BY TTTf tFOTS.LATTTRK h* '
lIeu of .1 other '..' an e FiletS o converted h* th* recoecfl'e"oiintlee "nt' alt f. and ehaiw nt i
same that contact Deloah whose r."lden" nenta on ... 'n.t. enertelrat OF THF STATE OF FLORIDAt "fe Secretary o ltt.un. end th* pronerrv o1d for the within each .Ll! C
you is 16 I> ..toii Yonkers ohl""nn. 12. '
un Avenues
or ratea. ." eoTlectedtherefrom That Article V of the Constitution of : lH ". rat benefit of Penh Intuuo3.4'a.Ifl5 Mea.

this office. New York. mav be enpnrtlone 1. the tha State of Florida be ...nd. bv anthoritv; aalee ha11 h edend Section 9. Senn W of *"'
Under the amendatory acts You are required to appear on I'eIaTMtinand; eveinwtve olan adding thereto en additional A .nl WBSrti.rrrTO' P .noci1n. . .1"t. and Interest ....". .n* ertlon,, 27 and S A4''.
October' 16, 1D44. In the above other State. ..1 h andmimlcloal to known aa Section 4' of saId A. S. Article' v nf .. ...... *. nrovlded r* lewnr ..* Section I of Asfurip vrn o.
recently passed by Congress! The named Court and cause wherein .,....... C"'n." Nor tie, relatln ta the election of StaleAtbw'uueys Cnn"ltutlon of the tste Florid County ,., each taxln eutl'".. S of Article lIp (...
.
Office of Price Administration has plaintiff aeeka divorce. Bradfnrd .*fi nMrulatlona aa ahaTI see. ,.,...t tvahiatlon Judge. of CrIminal COl" re'-Mni ... r_... /"in'3p.fn..e-a, **, where t luau a Pa. tpere.t. me* JJon 0' the o fli'13i.
('ounty Telegraph shall publlnh of all ornoertv. both real, of Record soS Cmmtv SOlIcItOrS BF rr w"!OTVFn ny Tmr T.FOMLATCRF mrchaite soil. for taxes or on .naln In fun .I. end tf'eo.Io

issued an amendment providingfor this I Order .In next four weekly is.sues. and -. mtefi rent the Judaw and Solicitor nf th* ct.THF STATT OF FLORTTJA- "oreclofture..rl. all m nev* derived Section of Ar-'.. srI (Iw >*

circumstances . I ae hv ,. ... C.r of Record of Caeamhl County That BecHnn I. of Article of from such aalea. and from nenaltte* ornvliilnn of"the alState
adjustments for peculiar Witness hand and official ..,. I. hereby to. ano v C..I.
my . ,.? adentlfle.relleton te tame Pb. COI''U "I the Stat. .. f04cishall hcollected end nf PInrMa . 5"
which reads as follows seal at mark. Florida, this Bep .u.t,. mnf>oae*. hall aiibmltted to th nf '<*. relatln (r-nmmlaoloner.* t.trhiited ore rate to th. vmntfa>e* bv fM.. A r$ I.'" >"
tember lbOFFICIAL 1944. Aooroved b the Governor Ma. t '3'. !Stat! nf "nrc.. for ratification orelection h* and th. aam Co.n._toY amende Po'intte,. .mimtcfoatitte. (own_. In fun force efr *t. ...

: ( HBAL.) A. J. Thomas, 104.1 at n.. lt" to and a* amended In air an.. ehafl ae, .frlcr*. ov other PaxhiS .,le .4et. Pent a* thev mav. e. 0>.(. ".
"The rent on the dale determining A. Clark of laid. Court. File m Ofle Secretary State he held on the .the"rut h*> ubmlf+i>* of wedlneto th* Bropnrtlon .axeelevied "flee *n* the cidpn-1 N._

rent T. Frank Landrum Starke, FlorIda May 19. IH 0 Monday I November 1944 a fol"SeetJon Itat* """ .1.* elee.Mnn 'I. h* each ttnnn e.-h .r1 O _. l TI'S. .04 .p." 1.

the maximum Atty for Pit.. 0IU.4t.l016| | I- I Renreentatlve te... hel* h* otee of propertv Involved. _( riorfda and *. t".. .
affected 4T. Wat Attomoas. Judava for ennrnval .n fee ('mI
was materially by A TnatejMon wlffcln nM
iv! CIRCUIT COURT, nnAnronnCOt' JOINT RJUJMOI the Crimmal Court of Record antS.. S. of A-icle.Vm.e. tlofi 1.. Wunlcfnalltte f* .s.4. s.CreM Secftnn soS the Cnn 043"m e1mneifteJl
peculiar clrciimNtancr and ana TV, FLOUIUAI IV: CHANCKHY. .W. Amendment \.. I "ountv SoWHtnr* ,.. the Tndav .n* ..read ea follow ..de. C.t.. ... V. aneHal e1ec.lo"to andh.t'e4 hv '<>'. .;
rnnetltiitlnn of The en-fnr tn December *1. .
result was substantially "t 4- rltnr of th* of Record Seetlon . There I OffiCe Secretirr '
Relative ta Onma + 0 itiaTI b* erjomitv 'retain th H ht hi anaeea and eo" "I' o
cambla '
Allen l-evoy Carter Plaintiff va. ( *ha1t hereafter ( -.04S.
.
Commlerfnner
lower than the rent generally tn"no.t. bv Amendln* Section n .lecte "nn" n eech nt rhen tavea. tlntm adontlxn n, thIs a.- .
Katy Kllen: Carter, Defendant. Cone bv ... "'* eVectore of then Sty. Count. .
.,. an a* tn T 0..tinct. O.COed> Commte.InnndistrIct. I:.n* _mimlclnator coC-u.0u' ... .
"effective tridlcfal elrCTllta -
In the defenHe- No. SHIS.OltDEH. m'l each .. whleh ..1 tetet
prevailing [ ahaTIh
sos Oxeeetinh .
** Cotmtle a Senatnrtat . . Dp. *.. 0,00ii.
nther Stat end >
OF PUBLICATION > l "
A JOINT pgsnvrin5 -
rental for comparable p w e r* C"t . "to" one t" flee tn-l..Ire. anS tee not |e- than fifteen flgt dnotice ..
area D'o n-'e" '
ANn NOTICK TO APPBAK Amenment Atlrle VH "'
rvxmtv tr et ." -I nearly s* nn* th1e .1 b. rwiblleetlow. e. ; tn .
accommodation on the maxl- STATE OF FLORIDA to: Katy Oealmat Carhn end Cult Cbuntle. ( etecrlnn of ... A I.. *0 tironnrtlnn. to nonnlatlnn ... .'-- 50 he .rtlHr Med.tn. Tv'.. tltutlnn of the .. ,.. I

Ellen Carter whose residence IB .e e Senatnetat m t tct .'.*_ .. Crimlnel Cm. of _"oard nf CVwmtv Oovnmfw nner* 4e the ...1,4 ereehMder of .nctnalitv unnlcI. live Aew _
Hemingway South Carolina: BW rr rvArrrn pvc re-fir*) .* Cwmfv Solleltor ..t The necttv* counties ha 1 from time only who .h.H determinemetn hoC Tave *.* the C""..I ,
You are required to appear on ". OF Tmr SPATS nr rrsmmA n* n11r1tnr nf th* ( . f Reeor Mn>. flv rh. nmmer1ee nf cut *!. '*tt* whether ffeetlone 1 and 9 t4I-' ..-* A ."'...' .
October SOth 1944, In the above '"TI fnllnwln" amendment tn ._ I.' eamhla fnimtvl ahan h held at PetrI.. ScM C o eu i,P. Cewom'sInoer.'tall hereof he. m not be effective **>f> ProvMe t>*t m .!.. CVtitrt .I Ihernu0p

STARKE named Court and cause wherein rw l S t.. Article f nf the Cnnntltutlnoof 1. General Flection tn ,. tn tveflee h* eteete hv the nllftM* elee. rich mttnfc+ *. 1* ich freeholder. State nf .,. f1,. 1
seeks dlvorra. brad ford f1r t Tiiee" aeier the fIrst ore of wabi enuntv .1. Tax Aeor vh.n th fnf
plaintiff the .. of Florida relative sen.aia . t. a th* time an vntln* ns.* t> >%.. vote elect V
bounty Telegraph shall publish 1 thin and annnrtfanment <1e *' r 0. ',.". .house 1940. for _"of .. of sell,. foe nthe* enfmtv nf.cer h-e soS. nrt.nlc come wnerId th. Coiintv for t"Punw .
TRANSFER \ .tn. '", *. .nd fc..T1 toM 1. ln" .h'.. "i"tc'unl '
Order In next four weekly laHiiea.Wltnvaa eent* and Okewhobea the ... I. nfet-e . Sectton*. or.v a Hire maloHt* *, .
hand and official Cn..t. ..,*. Pmvte t1.., fm O, n- + nal Taxe fe 'le* h. the **.mlSnedl
my thlrtv-nmth r**l niatr'* TTi. "ef tees* nfaice of anvn 1 oe votlne>. determine that .l..l .
seal at 2k:94f.'lurld", this September Rmwaril Comtv ..!. .tor,". .. "* ne ..f" annnlnte ,naslnnnet'to$ _. .. even nnm.hered not come i.. .M Sectlona t Tf hvttch "mint. 5.5,". finn-uI "l tn'
: !....t..1 Dlrtrict. Calhmm .. 'n anv of office* ". ..tl. dttriet In 144 .h..t *e-. vnte the ,maloHt*vote to enmender Taw usheflu.uyteat
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Local And SEAL A.I. .n hall . .. 't. ,.. .. 0f.1.l.4n- ..CIInl13r
(OFFICIAL ) Thomas aa not extended ,' ... t"4 p-! J hVN e
Aa Clerk of paid Court. Senatorial Dl tn"4"lherehv acanev fe anv nf ouch ne'nrn odd numbered t l_. .h.n -. .nv mimt>...1tvH| *. coil and h"Mch *-* pvsrtvn ". I
T. Frank Lnndrum Htarke Florida qo ..h l1 n* enhmlt. 'eM .' alit. flr-f Tiiedv .nf. eirrt ,.f.,....._. a"S "'e_.o. ... ._. election ".'' f.r>_. *t r."T'or ,"THT f r "IR

Long Distance Atty. for Plf. |:2!>.4t.lOoIV !: the .,.of FlnH.< for rrteJeattn "*nnv In Jannarv. ''4g. ... be . he for four .... rnviehat .e<4. then ,. eOhee ..... even **e.Mo . fn'i.. Awe"<..I
n? ,.. the Oeneret rreettnn .e *v annntnfment tn the Governor .. Section n .>- Article VTTT "f *hl. ,. 1 end.. 1 .hereo* .hall ne effective Mele VTTT of the rnn tlMI1'1State '

Hauling ClltflJIT ('0 I!ItT, IlRlDFOItnCOUVTY. hell on.the t_ Tuei xv . tfcefrt .nnflrmatlnn hv the ....,. a. here."fore '1(05.1"....In .h.n not al.." 'mon llch tn. .rl.''. fw the eventnv !! of F1rM eelnflve, II d **
Monday tn nmv1e the fon tlnn r.". .,. ment an* Co eetlon of ." t"T \
KI.OHIOAI l.V CIIA.VFlorenne : November. fnt .. .. mvttclne1tv| not to co>neOder ... .,
(''':11''. I0 1D a '.n nn eaee for anv tnneer than _wnttl , ... l u,...'fe Secretary o $. Section t *"d y ._,. *..C" roun.nf ""-."""!**..._*d.* ?.
Helen Steuerwnld Plain. -.eun,3 1. Th* Le1.*. .erer the Mon- . Ml"tlf.11 fA* ..-> *.4 fr| > tBl 4 flT "" ''* thereton ... ". -
tiff va. Edward Martin Steuurwald. ..1 .... m .seulqpsstno A.c. '5 v tn Jniie. "Al a C. 5 sot ft *f Of A-tlr'. r'4.mt he known a. Sect In" 1 "
Defendant. Case No. 3330. '" . thne that than meet _. "Anv nrovMnn fhe fne.tntnn .>f>" ..;. 0-noewcnq .. 'r> Ih. tMsM.aWviisTit .anA collection f. Ion 11 h. and the "J""reed 1
Phone 179BECAUSE OltKKIl OP PUHLICATION ten vear* thereafter .haT conflict herewith 1* hereby re- .t. .l. ..u+l'i n' .. *.... fn rirt ....., ..". *vMf H .* .'H t and shall .., ....
"rI. t
5'l..4s 5 .. .'
AND NOTICE TH APPKAIt the renrenentattnn In th. Sen.. .... u 13. V0505 "e.cl **mt. q f. cow --r.jf.v1 toY Irs" 1.0. of the St-te '
STAT I OP. FLOKIDA to: Edward *....n pip vMe for tn".%ne f4H SenatnrNI File tifftce Stale !".* 1C3f Section '.1 31.'. Ttelntto nwtvtfffM.hnw-- .t..t f* .**. *..-1 or relcctlnn .! I"*

Martin Steuerwald whuae rentdencela DlmXrt. .Ir" Hrt* ta he *. .,.. 18 1941. l.etl o ", the. CoxwtlM.tfnn o Pertain .. .. t 5.....p. Flection to heM. ,. '' "
I. . .
60 New rte.>Tv enimY 13. tinntilettnn a. nreHeable. I Cno'.fl.. of flats and } t.e ....** fl* ".* efter ,, f-.t Mnnit.r t
Kelly Park
York Rochester h.t no CnimtV .h..n he ItiHrfemarine1 -* . l.n... 5l.... n' FlorIda an-t P . 4nal n.'d...fS v ..' r>., her 1044 a. folln'v' .
: A : p.onn.h. 3q In Snld '
You are required to appear on '" witeh annnrtlnnmenf s.. 'nt.. ,1.n. of the TVerartrni .- r".t for he Pomhlnarlon Pen. .ntt*'*J .I Section ". 1. From an. .f 0
October 23rd., 1944 In the abovenamed ".rh no. ehaD have nne aienatnr- -. .t Rlvht' "c" the V'nn.Ilhtlnui'C e. A-men. end Co"eand wnt ... ouch 4.t tf ft.,. C'. .f*.*>4>tMf . ,. 7041" the PC ,. T' C
... '' n. >* 'inS OVeerhnhee .'. > wo'i'i'inn Count .0. 'nh.fh.. sip ..... .nnsh.l.il. ...n '.the Countv of ff'f 'fll'"i".
Court and cause wherein the Stt nf f1n1A' tln n 1..1 5"
of plaintiff eeeka divorce. Prndford "O"A. .1+*1t tltite ... "'wshl. 3 e n.0 a P 4 s 9...'.' ,....,...... 'ft a,4"... rtl-trlct' 0..q and. Pee. *%. hmvMrt h.> .ecl.os f .-. f ehafi ,, Florida shall e.-.p11 a" j..,
*.1 Seen.enS I
.. . io1
.."'n'" 110th, See.Pnrtsl flhitiSet"sr4 *> .. 1. r>i *>* .+. 1 f.ti.. noon all fits,.. Pou-'v Si*
Telegraph shall thlaJrder PriPeof T.aaol the TlcInE'C I" .
County publish 0
Cn..lhl.fl'i0 of 1* r'ffice ofmnitv ,. .. ".
I.1
V
'C .h.n "
CO". P'ln"A. .n.i.Ds. 1. 3 h. hn'uoA .r" untun1" net taxe to be ,
In next four weekly laauea.WltnenH PrIvate Th-ery Wlthoi't J" Tnmet1on _. _. c
the r feth 4nht .. .tnrt*< .. . ., ..< -frt P.I. .h .*>.ll b* bound b Seefon h* She St.fe P..." CC't'.
STEADILYRISING my hand and official soS Calhmm, an* f'i..1P.Co"n. .>"* K" .. Rleht nf 'het n. ..i.e *....resoS Pn.h'. .. terean..r .Ie Poerd. School fll.nIdSchool ..
'or.
seal at Mtarke, Florida this nPen1[ W". ; Wot Be Oenfe .. the +5. I .. .
Sep- f frin-'iM ">
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the M..r' . .
O. h a M coe.43h's .. n'' .
ember 20th., 1944. rnrtv-fr < tHrt- Ahri*"-* .. Acee..n' nf Memher.h'n "Ivfl c<.... ...d fl nf V Pol- .. 4 SfS*, Ta Ann 41 . ..
ej.ntnH- ni ... .. .h I .
(OFKICIAI. S13AL) A. J, Thomas, soul at the 4'0. IIlb.. L rt'1 or Non.Wemfcei h'n anv T nT '***"' with the Cleric of Circuit ."* '. Cntir*,. . C.n..ore *** Vfl'4** f The f".n' I
ame < -
*t . f. -*--'. .n "n' ,. letlve ".
o
n aron
.\a Clerk of aMld. Court. .h. *" Or-1 *" nnT .vsnT1 tuni.ew.. wH .I .1.
.. vhall afo ennnrtlnn S.. PenC.etcoo ... .. .. .rt !.- "
time
T. Frank Lundriim Htarke Flor- tn th* VTmtee nf R.nre ent*. -4430ltd S. P"3't4 ,-.1. no M..'-,' ,, f. I'SPT13. .fif* 1 V .. "f 5*. or nth4r r1"Ttnnn *- thereafter ortion.. 4'I' .
PRODUCTION Ida. Atly. for Plf !22.4t-1013| : | tines and .haHOn
.each nf the five movt nnnnInti **". C-.$,. of .". St.te ofTorMw 11.4q or 'ilk-, ...". .... w".. n..n..tn" of 0er-'i5 I o0 ".
I v rmrrrr f'U' KT. nil ',1.011 U eniintten. soS two Pt. Penre.entfttlve I, M..+.. .." Pp . h. and the. so me '. fcerehvnenrfed .., r.".'.. 4n.l'p, sn-i-I... $0 sos'_ In ..{.
ahall
('01 >TV, FI.onIU\t IV ('II.\>. each of th* efe ifeenmnre "T'ov rT A"nw .n (Tr+A- I.. .44t..4 A.1 l*.' X7C .te..5 I0 -. .. asS col..ctl'.s of aA I. In..".
COSTSThe ri-nv. ?nnntilmi. nt.ea .enS.I one tl' y .. fo11nt t. .. .> ., . ..... or aerei*.. .*_. oe other ....*le. the ext-n""n Txea ...... "
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Prank A. I.lrhtenherireiPl.ilntlff.: n.nrevnt.Mv. of.e... P' th* remein- .n of the ttte nf .*a.cttnn he .......A '..t. olecinPe. ,05 31. ....1 ...wt or *. 3.. t*.,,,-.. heThe ,....- ,ron. of Ic--tI the CO"bv.'thePounrv ....
1* nf .+. T> <*ratlnn ft Rleht, .5. f.'rt.l. I'. .. .. 0'
VII. lI..rthltlta.dhnlln Llrhtenberervr tnermmtle* of State *' the eC ." 'nJ'ictn ,+. P.lec ... 5. ..r o "f of .. r.hool fins ..
*at* Cnn $.tttnn. he *nr1 the **me .1. .,, ***av h* t- 1ro foe ._ .
nf *
Defendant. Case No 8337.OHDER tm* nf *i rh ennnrHnnmenf.. *Jho"' .I'- ,i.Mnn held m n"t ne neet.t School fllstulCtt" .
01<' PIM1LK-ATION the feeI.t.I>tre tn annnrt'nn the '* herehv ee-ee* to en*. the **me .hHhe lhe rear 1M4 ._.. t b Sh M .1 "Ixtnetltle*. I
to the n. 1tft p1. as's.I sot ... ...r .
ANI NOTICE TO APPEAH the atenate and ..h..f. ..* '.
TT ,
-.fn. r-mw
m .. nf r> r1a for eattfttlnn ,"M. re'tde n." *>v a'nl.c3ee Section f. I J f
TELEGRAPHFINDS 81'\T ': OP FLORIDA I to: Iterthattadlninn Renreentnrlve at anvreentar .. .
tlchtenherirer. whose rea.dttnre *e*.lon nf the t.rl.Taftne at nr retention ef the ... en*.1neSt' "'-"""" 1. ...* .e e .1.. 3" as-h ..- M.. .ttMeovee . 5 rv I. 1. the r.."i'.J.rt. ""

la 24 Ho Tennessee Avenue soy nf the tfme heretn. devtenotedH 'ee.rel .,.,.. t* ,, ..v ...tf T. > n..h. 'rt. t,44 th. Po... ell cot of coliseflo., e'. ._ I..the Cottnt of ,1.-.
.. 3C ne D.e'500 OS . -. t>,e Pnv-M. of lisA. -'"nt Incurred bv th. respective Coun F-orid ,
.n .
Atlantic City, New Jersey: he ibIs nf the Lrffl- . nd rmt..,.. ,.1 rh
nf ) I h*
the rnn.tthittnn pf the tit n riort lea 3 i
.
You lire required to Appear on .. nr Ln-.luiturre tichretnifnr a.h $ D
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. to read s. rwcome be aneltor* '' poso
Cl.SCSq b mnded ao es
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October 30th., 1944 In the abovenamed *e* nf the 1tiire .. Sem 9 "",.. + .1.:0. "
t" nmnerr* ,h f r Mwecttve on and af- ef .hn' 01"''
IT NECESSARY Court and wherein ."$t- ...n.l.I.. . -.... .. 3.5"iuw'u4Ino ,1, .. .
cause soS hev .1.n .5.. ..4.fl Af r l05Pe
plaintiff eeeka divorce. Bradford ... the -. ii Ic he "Setlon 1*. Wi. e.e>.nn *+.. P.. ., r..t.. ..".. an .ne. nient. of advalorem "*. C-fl..1an 5... po tf.*.*.* o. Veen't nleD.I".. .."' .n .. .
ounty Telegraph shall publish "-... an* '. the,R", 1.-'eef I.. be wtce nt't ,. tenner'tv few ."* acref.> e t.ve. end otherve *.. *l..t. nf v rtda forllch .l of "t04.e4 .
TO INCREASE ITS hla Order In next four weekly la- .entattve*. a. herein nrovMed lh. ame nffen.. pits? .cnmnelle 3. anvflmtn.l ... that are mav. h. lmno_d onnn n.d (,,". t>.... 5 een eteOf .. I.' Se.,. ..
n-.ee.Ib., retfular reeiilaratr ta He a er&'SCh3'vre1f .. to Mm. th."re 11-'
ITeeral nr pa real .
or r> '-l crnnerrv oe theirnyntdlny dote 1,' J. IsS 1 10,4iMl''
a.Wltneaa ... ren life M* .. .. In* th* nowr
hand if whichever haH have one 1. fc T
and 4,4ImoosoS
my officialheal oftmon f's'.ot.Ta.
SUBSCRIPTIONRATES vev a dnele us-on "
.. tnfren annnrt'nnmentnf .etv nr -n"$ .13... nrnee** .n .._ v.tttatl. comnnatlon offIc.4geat.4 Co ,' t'
h. neret anv t
.
at SStnrUe. Florida, thin Hep.ember .: pen" mww_ Sop *.eH C's'i..Ios05 the p.... o nee'e In u'5'r' ".
> -tv
ItH.OFFICIAL Rnflp.eep5v.* Hi the Senate an* nO 135w''ir . n. mitntclnallrv .. I. lcfehell '
16th. hi'53I'PI'l.. othevr't (' Iqo. nd *Ms a "'
( iRAL) A.I. Thomas, '0 the Rniie nf n.D.f. vhallenntro ,.... Mthnt enm-** The. <.04o1 ts04. In r>. and e_.me.. end ". .. 'i5 _. **> Mon 11 and .h.1 cure 11'. .

Aa Clerk of Hnlil Court.'r. ... .,_. rtehf nf ne- f. wnr. *.hn nnt tieenle n.. r".. .. 5u.I. ." ....., ,e --',. .rV. of.the rtretilttn the eolVctlon disbursement of ., 5tPI
nt nf niewer and '
ment the event the t.e 1"letiTehal or *hrie1e* nn **en ,. -
Frank Starke. .n and
I.andruai Florida sobS. s-I-un frte'e and Or.0'Cuncth
1
T.xFiled "I.
AS FOLLOWS 'n anvhoe b. .
| furl to reannnitlnn the renreentattnn 1 hfe> 'in-.m.yPwi-.bIn nd 0tft'tllo 1 ,. th Count* ( _
Atty. for Plf. 029-4t-IO20| |: y the Ponntv rd vho *hn then each e
In the Lee1.le tre4 hv colon 1.hnr >. 'nn' nen.te ... hi '
.. aa .. . Fmfal' tt. of ascii Pmtntv which 5llb.. hooV. SinSs a_ an-fymlo .ff. .
I ,"c. amendment tt adinnmmenf > that thl. ctsiu.* *?>e1l 053 he coo.ferl In each Potmtv shell 5, the f'nui..4.. ._ lu" 14. 194X
EFFECTIVE SEPT. 1 V rilKTIT 4-01 ur. tllFOIIII hf nfmntnvee .nn.4. of the lev. In1 ro .. and .
(''UI''I.OIUU' I\ ('II.\>. tan. *iich evtraniNllnarv *etnnn ,, nv ne elirlthe peal Potintv Pommlnloner and onememh '4.0 therer>ee *..n 5. endhotH Th. vote. east Ill .".;.t .
ene for reannnrtlonnient' .n nnthe hv *n* S.05'.1S a lohnr nr.eefweHon ,. ,. .p-_ amenfltneneclaratlona ,
( K.IIY.Jamea: .. enA 3p ash a ie "e erV the Pe"tt roooeed "
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Mvera, Jr., Plaintiff vo. Del. llmlte t ."' at the en* nftwentv |_ fiwtnv e. he.aln .1. 03unlcIntf3y ". 3 each Co" Pot-rt" an' r*.. Poltecto and *tumiblected .i.l..
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.molwi'.5P31.4 . .
lec"re!. ..
Icy. or all intH rean- with 'r a *>. "
IX>" of nect1v to ,:
na .Myers Defendant. Cine No. more Poimtv for which
tlonmenf '. effecte* and .hal ennler .. office Secretary o State "1 a, the "bfn..' ..., Bowd. ,. PlerVSection rovlded bv :: ,.
8334.ORflI'P. nn hu.*.. other suchPC"00tII00m.ntI M.V S. 194.1 .. roiialtMMoq shall... 0' .
OP PUBLICATION: t.1 the Stet.
1 Year
_ _ ___2.00 AND NOTICE TO APPEAR erned the ..er,1.t..Ptt... a Ol and after S.. C's- "!T'O' .
Shotil thIs amenment ne eartfe A JOINT Rraot-trnOM ProIvaitni en to $ .... nertalnln, .trntlnn; of ,fh. term of the County t h..
STAT whose-IF> 1.0110.to: Delma th* General ".( ,-" In I M4. raedalelectlona mendment to Section t4 ef Article em.a'l**...1." nmv1e to "llcitort n' 0"". and Orance Countl hand "nd a.f.:\

6 Months ____ 1.10 Myera) residence la Oeneralellvery spsp he called within nlnetv TI nf the C."It't nf the Stat of "Vm VenalityIn .... ffw'ntv ". ,, Florida for which the .".n h* eachaervln Seal 0' thl !.
Jluntlngrton West Virginia tav* thereafter .the election o"I Sen Ixrida,. .. t. Cnlfnrm ("o. onnmat-nn nf *.Ann' lou "n" at fhe time this Article Iiiadontol 4 'TALl .t '."
: .'n. the +>. nd .. .. alt1nnef mav in- the State Attomev of Dad T.I.I'" .
.In.
3 Months You are required to I T.I.'h M.I..lo. ne. t. 'nool.t n shall 11+11 t.
____ __.65 appear on Cnrtlefh <4mh> I41tlSenatorial (1. | ( Towns ". or heenme n.rt nf the and ( ". Cmtnttea. reoectlvel. ahall D.
October In ,. .. ftoar nf h. 14.o,
.
30th 1944 the above niif-tcta In eneelatelectlona rr RFsotvm BY THT :..rnrs.LATURT Fn.lliatlon for the I become the P" ,"" O. A p

named Court and cause, wherein the Senator to Thirty. or Tnt SAn 0,FLORIDA fiction of ,.. .. reoct nunvM anv of .DTOO-.1. In. 0 an Orange the Countlc. rapctlv-. ,' a 1



. 6. 1944 '
ofTOBEK BRADFORD COUNTY
TELEGRAPH STARKE. FLORIDA P.F.LE'JlN:


. . . . : Thumb" wedding with Joe Rivers Ephralm Tutt" by Arthur Train . . . . . lof the ,
: regular pastor d i were visiting( Mr*!. Brown's
as minister John Then two : '' / ,
Marcus piano selections, \' 111- I
Farm Mrs Rachel Browning was \111- mother, Mrs: Senlp Pievatt last
ate Howard as groom and Jackie o'-the-Wisp and "Spinning Song"were Letter Box Woodla\Vl1 1
I
sting in Jacknonvllle last W""k-I weekendue. .
played by Helen Whitfield.!
field Hunter aa bride with the ,
usual
Mr'. Ur'an. WhiSt . . During the social hour ice cream I. Uy !Mr*. :M>rlo Raftm end.
*
.< t wedding attendants. Dorothy Dix and cookies were served by Mrs . . 5 5 5 5 e . Mr, and Mm L'\ls Rafuso +an.! .
I was Miami, Fla. I
ORINKR: JR.B Impersonated by Mrs. Hei- L. A, Shepherd and Mrs. \V. N Commodore Crews attend I ,I rd j
MIKTIN I man :Mo by who in her "answer I Dear Editor: There will be services at the
North, hostesses church In Jacksonville* : it I
,\ SHOWER Friday shI s ItMALbsrA,
IIREto: : to Vivian" Your recent editorial on newspaper I STROUT
excellent I WooUlawn
gave advice Baptist Church each tho Glenwoud Baptist {'hui',-h. vet
jeorge Coleman, Mrs. on "How to Keep Martin". FELLOWSHIP SriM'EK comics is an excellent one. Gr..._. .drertls.r fit rna.-
Dur- ,
I D. T. Me 'i You've hit the nail on the head! Sunday Sunday School at 10( :30, I Sir and Mia. Brown of Ortan- try. prnprrtr.. II.. mad. ....,
Lee, Mrs. ing the hours With its _
party _
; guests hem- menu centered around 12. anlr .t II. ..... I-armaArrmmr
tJ"lw Malnes of Lake In recent the so-called Preaching at 10.00( : ( a, m, Young . ..... .
Hal med tea towels for the bride, had chicken pilau, the Men's Fellowship years n m from all tk
r ,entertained Mrs. Martinr an appropriate contest and en- Supper was enjoyed last comics have been becoming stead People's meeting at 6:30: and Evening -: AT fiRST I Ii w...... fn. ...*a "."..or.

r Jr, whose wedding was Joyed a vocal solo by Miss Ann Monday night at the Ralford ily less comical and more offensive services at 7:30.: ( Come and ". D E. A. STROUT REALTY AGENCY

.tnt event, with a ahowerEvfedneaday Coleman, an accordion solo by Baptist Church After supper, to good taste and morals. bring some one with you. i .O'AO Represented
afternoon at their Miss I wish that many other and Elder and Mrs lM, Teter and
Marilyn Brown and a quar- boxing matches, with the contestants Ixx-ally by
with arrangements tet large newspapers would l copy children of Jacksonville spent the : I
center by Misses Betty Ann Pound, blindfolded and using HOLI.lNr.SWOItTH
F. C.
feathery your editorial giving It wide cir Saturday night with Mr. and Mrs. 666
against Johnnie rolled ulaE
Belle
11 flowers Sapp, Gere Howard newspapers as weapons and culation. L. P. Rafuse. Elder Teter filled i ..8 H. Walnut !pit.A .
,00 adding to the beauty rat and Elizabeth Ann Roberts.!! Handsome three-legged races afforded much I
entering the Sincerely, the pulpit Sunday In the absence Cold Prepdrofions o. directed
1118 Upon gifts of china silver and fua. Men from the Farm who __ _____
-- ----- -- -- - --
Forbes u
00 hall, guests .Igned the crystal were on display on the were present were J. M. Bradley, E. Fuller
L", Book, presided over by spacious porch facing the lake. C. H. Cope Leslie Crews andJ. 1364 S. W 13th St.

f Jeanne Lee and were served It was there that, from a table E. Chambers. -
,!h by Misses Ann Coleman covered with a lace cloth and New York N. Y.
BRuth Geiger Unique enter- with sprays of lilies of the val- Mr. and Mrs. Larry Bray returned Dear Mr. Matthews: Nature Favors
"Tom to their home in The Pulpwood promotion cur-
lent was provided by a ley emphasizing Its bridal motif, Myrtle
the honoree cut the three-tired Beach, S. C., Wednesday after rently appearing in the TelegraphIs

wedding cake to be served" with visiting Mr. and Mrs. R H.: Tysonfor excellent It should greatly 8-
several days. assist In Increasing pulpwood activity -
Ice cream. Dainty shoulder corsages -
June Caldwell spent last weekend In the coming months.
of valley lilies were given" to
the guests. The honoree choseto in Starke as the guest of Continued promotion such as 'V the SOUTH !
B BgBBBnaMaVnaWUBmiUHaaakaKaKip Madge Brownlee.The this Is needed If the U. S. Vic-
wear for this occasion a for- .
Them dean the Blood tory Pulpwood Campaign Is to attain -
mal creation of and' black. Rev. and Mrs. W J.
harmful Body Waste aqua Its objective of 16 million
Those from the Farm who were Church well of Starke were lunch- I
TOUT kldn y ar eonrtantly ntlarlnc cords In 1944. This seems likelyat
: :Inm tha blood atraam.But Invited were Mrs. Martin Griner eon guests of the Rev. and Mrs.L. .
,U-oo't'o""'lag lateDdad-I.U Ia Nataf.
u of editors like
art cooperation
ImpurltiM that if r.talnad. may P. D. Fancher Mis. Madge Bo- During the early afternoon hours your-
CM.bla..y.tta.ytam and upset tb. whola zarth. Mrs. L. A. Shepherd Mrs, Mr. and Mrs. Churchwell calledon self.

fsjmptonil .>.mama baekaeha.. Robert Kite Mrs Lon Durden, the residents" of our communitywho Sincerely, I
",.ot ..mat... diaalnaaa, Frank Block Director, t Va'
i
affiliated with the
are
olghta swelling. pumnasOr Mrs. En Ice Bradshaw Mrs B.
''' up
Pulpwood Consuming Industries.
.
faallnc of B.r ouar Meethodlat Church.
lb. eyes Hershfleld, Mrs. David' Skolnik
r and 1 lose ot pep and ..treagtb.Other .
pay HIM of kidney or bladder dl.are .* and Mrs Richard Pearce.COMMUNITY Miss Eloise Knabb of Macclenny -
J, sometimes burolnf. scanty orfikmiaoufd Marie Treasury Department
and Mrs Thompsonwere
: Washington, D. C.
CIA'BTTpon
banTdoobt that prompt dinner guests of Mr and 1 =ssT
than naclact. V.. To All Newspapermen: .
i I. wiper
not. the completion of routine Y.t
.. Mm. Robert Kite on Saturday
.. fillDoan'l, hava b n winning
i The newspaper figures for the
Itlfndi" for mora than forty year.. matters members and visitors night. Mrs. Thompson formerlylived
.y have a nation-wida raputatlon.Mommradod attending the September 26 meeting Fifth War Loan speak so well
here and is three
by grateful people tba spending ".
for themselves and of
..try over. Ash tour nngkbarlJOANS of the Community Club were weeks with relatives in Macclenny Secretary
the Treasury M 0 r enthau has
g
presented with a program as W111 IWy
while making a transfer of positions
spoken so generously of them that
PILLS follows: In his Inimitable man- from Los Angeles, Calif.,
little comment Is needed from
ner, Rev L.. A Shepherd reviewed to Houston, Texas
"The Autobiography of any other source.
Mrs. Martin Griner. Jr., lertThul'lIday
However as Chairman of theAllied
for Petersburg Va., to Newspaper Council, I feel ;
be with Capt. Griner" who is now that newspapers the mselves" _

RELIANCEand stationed at Camp Lee, Va. should be reminded of the tremendous Jl'i
Mr. and Mrs. J, A Bouvier 'left Job they have done

Jacksonville Saturday to go to This goes not only for a seemingly -
i expert supervision, combined with Miami where they will be with Impossible accomplishment i

fine courtesy and unusually thoughtful their sons and their families dur- in numbers of advertisements, but

economy are consistently building our ing Mr. Bouvler's recuperation. also for a stupendous Job In the basic advanesetsnoneisofmoreimportancethan
reputation for finer serving. Friends hope that they will be news and editorial columns. . .And of all the South's great asSouth

c able to return" home soon. in
Newspapers have every rightto tapes manpower.
t, L. F. Chapman went to DeLandon be proud of the part they ate
s
.C Saturday to attend the Flor- playing In this financing program, its native born population. The Seaboard Railway.-

DEWITT C. JONES ida State Elks Association.! and the Nation can be thankfulfor Intelligent reasonable and quick salutes its fellow workers of thetolearnsouthernworkershavemadc
With their little new son, Wal- a free press which Is serving -
Funeral DirectorAMBULANCE ton Ford Mrs. L. F. Chapman, our country so well and unselfishly South. The Seaboard, itself a vital

Jr., returned from Jacksonvilleto the industrial factor the development the area,
invaluable contributions to
SERVICE her home with Mr. and Mrs.L. Yours very truly,

I F. Chapman last Thursday Frank E. TrIpp, Chairman, development and general is planning and working with com
i Pvt. James A. West of Hills- Allied Newspaper Council.
Phone 7 borough Airport, Tampa, spent economic advancement of the area. munitics served by its line for a more

; STARKE FLORIDA :Madge last: week-end Bozarth.with his aunt, Mrs. Dear Editor: .Glendale., Ohio Lower living costs due to mild cli. prosperous! Southland.

Mr. and Mrs. R. V. S, Martlfng Lots of Democrats around herein mate, plus willing workers gives the Seaboard Railway Norfolk W Va.
night these hills even If the state
Saturday
of Melrose were
voce It dinner guests of :Mr. and Mrs. i? mostly Republican. Looks to
cerg 'e i t Martin Griner. me to be "in the bag" for Roose- a 9S

Mrs. P. D. Fancher, Jr., of velt.
with Mr. and -Ned Powell.
Jacksonville was
Mrs. P. D. Fancher Sr., last -Box 1111 A .

: weekend.Mr. M. C. Roberts. S .r e

( and Mrs. R. W. Brannen :Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Mel'cerand a.us .
: I. and Miss Pauline Brannen Joined daughters" Allaen and Mary

e many other members of Mrs.Brannen's Ann, of High Springs, were Sun RAILWAY
family for a reunion at day visitors of Mr and Mrs. J,
the home of Mr. and Mrs. L. M. W. Woodward.

Futch In Lawtey, Sunday. Basket When Mrs. Bert Chambers returned -
OYBEAN dinners were spread on the lawn from Inverness Friday she

and a huge cake was embossed wa accompanied by her mother, WAR BONDS
Buy more
SCIENCE
with "Happy Reunion". Mrs. Walter Ward, who visited
Thelma Bar ten of Starke her for several days.
spent last Tuesday night with .

Carolyn Bradley.Mrs. .
P. D. Fancher Jr, and

Mrs.Tuesday Roosevelt Martin and Hotel Wednesday Griner In Jacksonville.Lt. Sr,at spent the. Have a Coca-Cola = Eat, drink and enjoy yourself .


H. G. Davis, Jr.. returnedto
SPRED Plant Park Tampa, Sunday
night after being with :Mr. and El 1 '

1.IrsV\ N North during the t J. r. i

week-end. ..
,
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Taylor and .-
7 3fIadadte were __ -s;.
;e son. Harold, of Jacksonville
guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. W t., __ '
Brannen from Thursday until Sat-

WALL PAINT urday. V
Saturday night dinner guestsof
Mr. and Mrs. P. D. Fancher S :
J. H. Scale, .
FOR BETTER were Mr and Mrs.
; Mrs. Doctor Ellis and :Miss Lamar

DOITYOURSELFPAINTING Kills: of Perry.
= Pvt. and Mrs. Odell Cauthern

# of Plant Park, Tampa, came on
011 Thursday to visit Mr. and Mrs.
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4 d r L
;, I Now-a soybean paint concentrate that lakes the '-----------l'l'I l'I

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98 r to a backyard barbecue 1I

$ I . or adding refreshment I ,
IITTIR L
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HIDING /
of ice-cold fj
One of the secrets of any successful home barbecue is plenty /
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Coca-Cola. Everybody enjoys its life sparkle and refreshment. Plan to have _
GAL. PASTE
'
1 .Al. PAUl MAKI1t pharmacist( U a skilled frosty bottles of"Coke" ice-cold and ready to drink. When you shop, remem

.Al. PAINT' irlentNt. You can count on
him to fill your prescription* ber to ask for Coca-Cola. Everywhere, Coca-Cola stands for the faun that ;

quickly and accurately.Carpenter's: r /,' A ,-has becom. a high-sign of hospitality in the American home. Ic', natural for popular name

TIP TOP SUPER MARKET to acquire frlenJIy abbreviation

OTUID OHOM AOTMOaltT O* PHI COCA-CDtA COMPANY ft *. That's why you hear

113 E. Call St. STARKE, FLA. nColdeaued"Cake".
The Rexall Drug Slore STARKE COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO.

t Starke Phone 61 Florida .o t'u 11,.c-c Co.lY ..

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TWELVE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPIl1T.tRKE, FLORIDA FRIDAY, OCTOfgq--091 ,





Third Annual War Time Fire Prevention Campaign Now OJSENeyf








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The third annual Wartime Forest

Fire Prevention campaign .' .,'" with J EDGAR HOOVER
opened this week In the eleven ,I s e e

States of the Southern Region un 1 ChiefIt
the Nation's FBI
der sponsorship of the U. S. For
est! Service. In cooperation with -
State Forest Service, Extension ;i r

Services, and a number of other . t +
public and private agencies. The Ic important that t
campaign will continue throughout '

the fall, winter and early you ;
spring months.

"Fire prevention has always
remember theM rules
been of prime Importance In the .
forestry program." said Regional
Forester Joseph C. Kircher of At 1. CRUSH OUT. your cigar,

lanta. "But in wartime, prevention your cigarette, your pipe
assumes an expanded Im ashes ,

portance because of the scarcity 2. BREAK your match in two, -
of manpower for detection and then pinch till it's dead. ll.
suppression of fires, and because
of the No. 1 position occupied by 3. DROWN your campfire;
lumber and forest products as then stir and add more
critical war materials. The campaign water before you leave. 1
up at the request
of the warned 4. ASK ABOUT THE LAW-
Forces.
19 4 9 ( ?
v 117 3 5
Acting as campaign director In and a permit-if you must 1 1 \ y T1f1al.
burn; theji follow safe rules
Florida is! Forester lie my
J. Mal>ibprger. fee Is assisted from and kill every spark.
his Tallahassee office by Joe R.Gramllnjf Hardened criminals give Saboteurs? Yes, there's How about honest citizens .
5. ALWAYS BE CAREFUL.
us practically no trouble in ?
fire control officer for always danger from enemy Now tho.t'SJ'eallfQ
the Florida Forest and Park Service An extra minute of precaution American forests. They" acts of arson, but up to now problem. It'. hard to be-
and William F Jacobs, chief may save vital watersheds haven't much motive for we've been able to keep tab Iievq, but the average, la"! .
of the Information division Also of forest and a hundred years burning trees. on foreign agents and pre- abiding American citizen is

helping the field! staff of the I growth vent them from doing any our worst enemy when it
"itate Forest service are L. T.lleland . damage to forest areas. comes to woods and brush
Extension: Forester and and forest fires.
/Its staff and personnel of the ._

t;,:. 1. S. Forest Service .
Government records show that
Florida has 30,8(18( officially recorded
forest and, woods fires In '< '

1043, which burned over 10.324- 91" "
000 acres at an estimated damage
'
of 15498000. Resides mon '

etary toes these fires damaged;: -
.
or destroyed>: seedling that woulI', '; 'tth .
\ '
have been forests of tomorrow, "\ \' .......:j: .w..
J damaged o r destroyed wildlife 1'r. i k, ., _.r*" .
habitat, burned, up valuable hum. '., .:f:: d,d-w-c -"

us and Impoverished the soil and ., 'SJ :
?' I"/I! "
liveried to fire fighting thousands Si,1 <0' ',"i ?',,11''.- .;i1/ d' __. .
of man-hours of what could

have been productive labor in 'fo } : -'*' Naturally doesn't mean Yon don't believe it? And what about this
logging camps and sawmills/ on """f '.',1:.< >-. .,- to be. No one ever does. Here are the facts: Each year? Just this. With skeleton -
the farm, and In war plants. Too many people simply year about 31,000,000
acres crews to police and protect
paaIInn commenting on the cam. ',i'1 ,- ', t" get careless in the woods. of forest land are burned our forests, and mighty
Regional l Forester Klrcher: A" land-clearing fire! that; through; plain carelessness; few able-bodied men at home
quoted U. S. Depaitment of Agriculture . r , got away", a campfire left 31,000,000 acres that should to fight woods and forest
figures which show that--- -- "I- .,. to die out a glowing match be producing wood that fires, there's real trouble
of the 210,326 forest and woods tossed away lighted cigarette should also be' '
storing up' ahead unless you-and that
fires In the Nation last year, butt-:-these are the real water for electric and
power to
165,706 or 79 percent occurred ,. ,l clues to timber destruction. irrigation. means you-are willing
la eleven Southern States Out help.'
of 32333.000 acres burned over In I
the Nation In the year, 29,393,000
acres, or 91 percent, were In the ';"
South.

"The most regrettable tact In .

cher these said shocking, "is that figures throughout," Mr. Klr the :';'\;' Fores '
'I" 1
fifresGREATGR
South more than 03 percent of t',\r 71 : ?
these flies are man-caused and, r ,
therefore, largely preventable" :.
I, ;,
Principal causes of Southern
woods fliex, he said are tnccnItarUm t' \ r:

careless smoking, debris S DANGER THAN EVFRI '

turning, lailroadlng, camping, and ,
lumbering operations, I n that
ltd er. ,

"The whole community suffers
when lere.' a woods fire," the This Advertisement Sponsored by The Following Members of The Victory ClubFRANK'S .

Regional Forester emphasized in .
asking the cooperation of all citizens
in the fire prevention pro

gram. "There's less timber for FINE FOOD BROWNSTEEN'S{ SHOE REPAIR
labor to cut and to log and to BLANDING TAILORS
mill. Less for the railroads to BOB'S TAVERN'
WONDER GIFT SHOf
haul, and leas for the factories to At Blanding Center
.. ,
turn Into finished products.. Yes, GIS L A 1 N' S KOCH DRUG STORE STARKE BEAUTY SHOP
a forest or woods fire Is some
thing of a community tragedy." FLORIDA BANK AT STARKE I
BRADFORD HARDWARE CO J. P. ROBERTS MOTORS
Forty million dollars >
damage
Member F. D. I. C.CARPENTER'S .'
was done last year by forest f' PATEL'S SANDWICH' SHOPJORDAN'S
fires nearly all caused by human CITl"BtRBERSlIOP
DRUG STORE
hands while at the same time the S. E. Sparks, Prop. BARn
War Production Board has declared -
that wood is the most HOLLYWOOD{ CAMERA & GIFT SHOP FRED F. STUMP .' C. WALL, AGENCY INSURA 1nCE
critical material for the prosecu;

tion of the war Vxpeits! estimate LADY FAIR BEAUTY SHOP BARNEY'S DRINK STAND 't S H A F KI N' S
that after the war ten mil
lion people may derive a living P. S. STORES D A V ISH 0 TEL
from the two hundred and twenty. LAPPE BAKERY'
At The Bus Station PHOTOGRAPHYIndependent
million are of southern forest C. SMITH GARDNER _

forest owners repEDJJ"{ SERVICE STATION' KIDD'S. SINCLAIR SERVICE
resented by the Forest Farmers MARUCA'S GROCERYPARK

Association Cooperative, Join with BLANDING CENTER, Inc.WINKLER ELECTRIC SERVICE
tate forestry departments and t C A FE
the U. S. Forest Service to urge JERRY'S P L ACE TEMPLE & LAKE SERVICE STATION
greater care In the forests. They THE SMART SHOP
suppor Fire Prevention Week to ROGERS JEWELRY & ARMY STORE CAMP DINER
keep America
service men who want to NATIONAL ARMY STORE DENMARK FURNITURE CO.
forget the wooden crosses of war ROY'S RESTAURANT

cemeteries In the green wools of VICTORY MILITARY SUPPLIES LEILA'S DRESS SHOP & BEAUTY SALON SUPPLYPAGE
a peaceful home. EASTERN AUTO



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