Group Title: Bradford County Telegraph.
Title: Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Uniform Title: Bradford County Telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke, Fla.
Starke Fla
Publication Date: November 10, 1944
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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County Publication Established In 1877 '


fradford County Sticks By F. D. R.

Ilion; Planned For Col. Rose Pecan Ceiling -' Voters Column Here Stay Five Election In to One Democratic InTuesday's r ,". 't 1 ,

Raised 2nd j Bradford County placed its stamp of approval for the

; fourth time "on President Roosevelt: in Tuesday's General ,

q'3'''x '' Election giving him 1,688 votes to 342 for his opponent

Thomas E. Dewey a handsome lead of almost five to one.

4 Sale TuesdayThe Endorsement here was only one phase of the nation- ,

,4 k kw wide victory that gave Roosevelt 35 states with a total of

.. 413 electoral votes to 13 states and 118 electoral 'votes rd' Ili i li
ii" second pecan auction sale for Governor Dewey. c '
at the Starke Farmer Market
9 will be held next Tuesday Nov. Along with the Presidential victory, Democrats made ; ,
; 14. sharp inroads in the Republican presentation in the Houseof i

" ,+. More than 52,000 pounds of'pe Representatives and also clinched their majority in the

cans were sold at the openingsale Senate, which has the power of life and death over peace
',, ; ; ,. oa Tuesday. Oct. 31, week terms and other treaties. Such nortorious Republican isolationists

by 75 grower. No sale was held as Hamilton Fish and Gerald Nye were defeated.In .

this week because Tuesday was spite of vigorous efforts of. Republicans( and bolting

election day. It la expected that Democrats to cause dissen-

the Bale next week will be even tion in the state's Democraticcamp I

larger than last w ek. Florida remained solid I Pepper 0. K.'dAt

S. W. Hyatt, of the,' State Marketing ly behind President Roose y

Bureau, who Is managerof velt, giving him 293,487 vote'Sto .

,, x, the Pecan sales this year, has 126,646 for Dewey. Polls Here w r

.YiY.r ty.ki4'T ', a w+ notified County Agent L. T. Dyer Most solidly Democratic of

1 1< +' 3 that the OPA has raised ceiling all county prec m i c t s was //

t. :..... prices and that at the recent Brooker where Roosevelt re- Bradford voters turned thumbs Doo .

i I. *,. C. Hone commanding officer or vamp uianmng, Will DOjof sales In ''west Florida the prices ceived 206 votes to Dewey's down on all Republican,nominees ,.,.
honor at a reception, given by the community of Starke, were: up from one to three cents 10-more than 20 to 1. for state office as did the rest ,

in-Ill, In the USO Club, Temple &Washington St*., Thursday per pound on most varieties This : Bradford's presidential of Florida !In Tuesday's General /14C4N -
\ov 16. indicates, Mr. Dyer Bays, that vote tabulated by precincts, Election. No candidates for coun-
the growers may expect a little ty office had .
O. L. Beasley Is general: chairman In charge of arrange- better price next week, and he was as follows: oppml1Uon.Clau.le ,

"l hlln :Mn L.' f\., Davis In hostess chairman, Mrs. Edward: urges everyone to bring; all his Pct. Roosevelt Dewey Pepper, Democratic nOmInee
limitation chairman and Mr*. J. \\'. Klncald decoration cha e- pecans and get them weighed upby2p.m. Lawtey 249 58 for the U S. Senate, re
ceived 1,718 votes In this
N. Starke 594 139
355 for Miles H. Draper his .
i isudll be an important event In Stark, to which all citizens S. Starke , 398 91 Republican opponent The state
Gr ham' 53 5 ,
Iced. Alfred Starling vote was: Pepper 274,160, Dra

Found Dead Theressa Hampton 56 88 27 4 per 113,169. /r

Mlllard Culdwell, Democratic ntN
le Housing Relief May Result Near. Lawtey New Rive'rBrooker 43 8 nominee for Governor of Florida, N

206 10 received 1,802 Bradford County .
Alfred Starling, MaxvUle, was votes to a total of 260 for Bert

New I NBA Ruling, Parrish Says round urday morning.dead in East He was Lawtey)last seen Sat Total 1,688 342 I vote... Acker was: Caldwell GOP candidate.304,703, Acker State Florida Ratifies All Amendments; } ,

Alive, at a service station near ,,
'ment houses and otrer.'ex\ program to be 'discussed at tnis Kingsley Lake, late Friday night, :Ch Priest ,85,791, '

dwelling buildings may now meeting refers only to remodeling when he bought a bottle of milk. Sgt. JS. was Attorney factored General by Bradfordltes Tom Watson witha Bradfordites 0. K. 7 Turn', Down 2

horlzed for remodeling or existing buildings ,,and does When next seen, he was found i .
siou( to pr&V woodai near East tally ;Lot' ,798 to 277 for J. ..-W' --.**. t
who -
Killed I Action Harry JSch4d
., rew* Wh>!.l t a. dwellings.. '. . -' ".- Lawtey, Iylhg face down., vigorously for?}the 'office. campaigned.,a the Seven.of the proved amendments to the Florida Con ;
Houiilrl'r 'Agency'ha.t: d.. Application to remote mu.'i be It 'was suspected- (first that Republican' standard bearer1. The stitution were approved and two r e"J; e.cti>d "by, Bradford 1

fed that an extreme 'hou.- made ort Form WPB-2898' and he might have been murdered; Staff Sgt. Charles M. Priest state vote was: Watson 27(1,362( County voters who ..went to the polls Tuesday. Statewide

ortage exists. filed with the nearest office of but subsequent investigation proved who had flown 34 combat missions Schad 98894. returns, however, indicated that all nine were ratified by
unit of NHA. Approvalof that he died of natural causes.
irder the advan- FHA '
to explain Florida voters
tall 'gun.
over Europe as
: Although all county candidates
if thin program to the peo- the application to extend authorizes a priority the He was had a not barber been by employed professionbut for ner of a Flying/ : Fortress crew were Without opposition, voters The ones meeting with disfavor here were No.2, l
[this vicinity M. :M. Parrish, applicant was killed in action on Oct. IS their X creating three state senatorial districts
and use an-allotment sym some time prior to hie I death. generally placed In the new and No. 10, ,
director_. of the Federal In Germany acf circle to vote the straight Democratic providing for consolidation' of
g "on has ar- bol for the purchase of material Funeral' services were held Tuesday ,,,- ..... cording t o Information ' city county tax collectors'and w,
I for R. L.Stanley;:> priori- and equipment.- The $200 limit afternoon In the Mlddleburg ) received ticket. asessors offices in Hillsboroinjh[ County.
luator with the Jackaon- for construction which may be Cemeter)'. his wife Due to the easy method of voU On the hotly contested "right to work" or "open shop"amendment w
tire, to hold a meeting done on a dwelling unit In any He is survived by his widow, Mrs. korralne 8. ing the straight ticket, polls were No. 5, Bradfordltea/ voted 844 "for" to 215 '

i the courthouse on Mon- calendar year without authorization Llnnle Wilkinson Starling and .- Priest, in Tallahassee not overcrowded at any time, although "against", I Its approval means that a worker shall not be

fr-'ov. 13, at 4 p.' m. Mr.: and the $1.000 limit for an one son, K. D. Starling, who Is .,. on Nov. 2. there wa a better-than. denied the right to work because he is not a member ofa ,,1
will explain how to pre apartment building or other type serving In the army; two broths Sgt. Priest was average: turnout of 2.030 votersat union ""

i sppllcation'onVViP$ form of residence' housing six or more era, David and Joseph Starling: of the son of Mrs. the county's1 eight precincts Bradford Countians also voted 171 to 149 !In favor of t ,Ii
as do the sisters Llllie almost 46 percent of the .,ISOO
still apply Maxvllle and two ,
families, ;
nd will also answer pertln- to ", Myrtle Priest of who were qualified. amendment No. 8 which would increase the terms of county
pertaining and Mrs. Walter Grltfle "
:,former provisions Starling 1' ,
estlone. Starke and before
'' commissioners from two to( four
maintenance and repair."It Lawtey. He was a member of ; Indicating the growth: of'the years.
If use of materials for this i Is therefore necessary to the 2nd Advent Church and the ; entering theAir Community, It was the largest The county vote on other amendments was -follows s '
f construction Is not ex-
I such obtain FHA approval before beginning Masonic Lodge. Corps was number ever to vote In a general: (all approved by state) : ,I
Ming to be very subdivision"great as will, : any remodeling or recon- I employed as index election here., Pre v lous totals No. 1 (Limiting[ assessments on intangible property to .

frgely "by a matter of Interior.'verslon project," Mr. Parrish : clerk at the State Prison were: 1928 .- 1.224; 1932 -* 1- two mills' ). Approved in Bradford County, 185 to 96. ;',t

liming, it was said. The warned. 6th War Loan near-here. 511; 1938 1,747; 1940 1824. No. 3 (Limiting number of justice of peace districtsto
He had flown 34 successful missions Harry Anthony, was elected five and providing tor abolishment if desired), Approvedin
: with the Eighth Army Air I county surveyor through the process Bradford 194 to 88.

Idkins Wounded Christian forces and was killed while on of having his name writtenIn No. 4 ( for direct election of d
(Providing state's attor
I I There will be a guest speakerfor To Start Soon his 35th! after which he would on the ballot, although he was
etc. in Bradford 226 to 98.
) Approved
Ige and Mrs. A. Z. Adkins the Sunday morning services have been eligible for return to not nomln ate d In the regular neys ;
Special No. 6 (Relating to uniform municipal government but r,
Deceived word that their son, i I at the Christian Church. the Staten Democratic primary. He'received
Z. Adkins, Jr.,' who was 'I music will be played by W. B. The opening gun of the 6th War Sgt. Priest had been decoratedwith a total A of 77 vales: providing for exceptions_ where desired). Approved in Brad '

fly wounded In action Is now McKinney, violinist, and Misses Loan effort in Bradford County the Air Medal for \Wlmeritorious ford 169 to 105.
|"pltal in England. He was"'I Carolyn and Evelyn Colson. and will be fired on Nov. 20-first day achievement" In major at No 7Providing( for uniform terms of office for per-

IK with General Patton'a 1 Ellen Mersereau. Everyone wor-has of the drive-according to an announcement tacks on targets ranging from Industrial Armistice DayMessage sons appointed to fill vacancies in! elective offices). Approved {
Army at the time of his I I a special invitation to this yesterday by. Chair objectives 'at Berlin to in 'Bradford 189 to 73.
,ship service. man Junlus M. Smith. The time inatallatlons the 1
m 111 t a r y on
r I and place of the opening event
will be announced next week, Mr.. French coast. Funeral ServicesFor 100 Gifts Wanted
He was a graduate of Bradford
[ HEALTH DEPARTMENT WARNSOF Smith[ stated.Bradford's. County High School. Pasco GriffisPasco For Convalescents
quota in the Sixth W
War Loan Is $230,000. of which Grlffls, 45, died Oct. 30 At BlandingThe .it
DOG BITESby $172,000 should be In Series E Scouts to Register at his home near Lawtey. Fun
-yam cooperation of ladles of "
bonds. The drive ends December Monday Night eral services were held Oct. 31, in the
; community In donating: and wrap
with Rev.
Dr. R. Abrams DirectorClayBradford 16. Floyd Green, commander of Highland Cemetery
Mr, Smith Is ''now formulating New Boys Wanted the d 0 It e o-L a nafonl-White Clarence Knight and DeWitt C. ping 100 holiday gifts: for convalescent .

Health. Department J plans for a complete drive that 'The Scouting program: In Stark American Legion! : Pout, yesterday Jones Funeral Home in charge. soldiers- at the Camp : .
will take in every section of the Palbearers were T. T. Blackburn,
Iwiued the following statement Blandlng Regional Hospital, was .
Every: person should know what to ,do for a dog bite. county and says that every man will soom be broadened ,by having : kiugene Austin, Albert Norman, .
this week Mrs. K. O 1
asked by
"are are two Important thfnllt; to do.Have 1.the Tie bite the cauterlvrdrrly dog npf woman and child will be given an : two active 'Coout Troops "Saturday. November 11, UArmltlce Lacy Norman Levle Grlffls and Duncan, chairman of the local, ,
a 15 2.
dav observation period.concentrated nitric acid, iwM opportunity to do his bit. one sponsored by the Methodist Day. That day In D. Grlffls. Camp and Hospital Committee.Mrs. .
and with S
: bv alcohol.immediately "Each community In the,county Church and one (as has been the 1918 wa the day all the Alllen He Insurvived, by his 'wife and Duncan stated that the
If the the head should be broughthtin will be alloted Its quota sad thought peace and good will three children, Jeanette. Edwin
dog dlc, or U. killed Itg case for several yean) by the glfta should not cost more than
t "ealth Department for examination wlUwot dt'lay. a chairman will be appointed to had come to every one. Tliooe and Leslie Grlffls; three brothers, 'around "
and should
be $1 be
loK can not be found, preventive shots should see that the quota is reached," Rotary Club. participating:' : In the ArmUtlon Larson and Jefferson Grlffls of before being donated. wrap
"f"mmf'dlately.! Mrs.i Mr. Smith stated.: The size of All boys Interested In Scoutingand were Lloyd George. our Com* Highland! and Elbert GrlffLs. of ped Any.
one who wishes additional Information
owned by -.
22, R9. and 24th, a pappy dog 8prlnK1loo the district will be taken into new boys who would like to mander- - sr11 **' """" bit about 14 people In Gl'M'n Cove will be Grlffls Mrs. E. Prescott may telephone Mrs
fM i have been bitten consideration kut become Scouts: are invited to come Wilson, Marshal Foch and Vlrgle: Duncan at 35.Courthouse.
' r rron r were reported left handMr expected to carry Its share of the to the Methodist Educational other. Today we are Involved and Mrs. H, L. Prescott of High- '
rVnrv Lee 18 yn.,
8tarUr load mater how small. meeting place' the of history. land. He was a member of the
*. j...,"le Mae Todd 22 yea., lef'toe no Building (regular In greatest war
'I' ''-*. Mildred JohmvSO yrs., right forearm The following organizations': for Troop 70) next Monday night, I notwUh..tandlng the hopes that BaptUt ChurchAlethodiat : And
t. t"'arles Edward Todd. 4 yn., left b&nA. will be given the opportunity to at which timeregistration: of both were emlNxfied !In that Armistice. Postoffice To Close
S Charles Rov Johns. 8 )1"1.,.>rllht!; forearm. help put the drive over, the chairman troops for the' new year will take .
learnon Johns. S "1'1I., right finger.K stated: the American Legion, place. "Since' November II, 1918. For Armistice
,: : wln O. Todd. 28 y..... right Hand. Woman's Club, Rotary Club, Boy we have the next greatest Morning Worship 11 a. m. Ser
!h R To' ert James Ta1.!. 5 1-2 )1'11.. left finger., Scouts Girl I Scouts school, Call' .Army bleedlrg and dying for ,I mon topic: "The Path That Leads I j, Offices In the Courthouse and

i 10' Vll'am Duwalne John. 9 yrn.*,.,1 tit hthand- churches and. the retail mer Presbyterians what we stand for. to Light, to Security and Power". City Hall and service windows In
Norel SI
Richard lesions yn the tofflce will be closed all ,
,, bitten whohavent >.et re- chants. Important Meeting ".,. Commander of Pont M, ', Special music by choir. 'po
trill gorses nt" were Tiw biting.i , American Legion, I request day Saturday, Armistice Day. The
hM the Health Df'partmeoL "Let's not drag: out this drive, Evening service 7:30: p. m. Congregational 1
Anderson of bank will remain for the ,
d'PI i' nt who were bitten ovemEr "We must get The Rev. Merle everyone who ha a flag to take open
rabies! Tn*"* persons Mr Smith urges. : singing: everyone
I* convenience of business houses
n t6 until Sunday Euatls and the Rev H. D. Green It Saturday and auk
Health Department before the Christmas
r\ Inula- It over with ng part. ,
...rratmen can.IstlrA of preventive :vacelne :s. 1944.,1"l rush begins. It will be a wonderful of. Crescent City will meet with the Police Officer to halt traffic Church School 10 a. m. 'A which will not close
.es... were started IlITIIM'dlat..lJ' on Sunday, November lUTE AND 'l'IIE Christmas gift: for our boys the Session, the Pastoral Committee at the eleventh hour of the There will be someone In the
lass for
LAP"'E"' IJET\\'E"S: TilE DOG DEPARTMENT the home folk haVe and the congregation of eleventh day for one minute, every age. Sheriff's office to handle any
DTJ: .f"'r THE IIEAI.TII to; know that Youth Flelowshlp'6l: A I
sO nF.P01t.TED TO SITUATION EX- to bat again and bave put the Presbyterian Church Tuesday and auggMt that every one : very emergencies: which might orbs
!" GREAT nUT A DANGEROUS 'tone another War Loan Drive/ sight Nov. 14, at 8 o'clock. not 'In uniform bare hit -head !cterestlng program.: The regular mall dispatches will

e people ..hould'unde..taad that whenever a duff bite over Look for complete details of the All members are expected to and ay a prayer ton the return Prayer meeting' Wedensday be made :and the Incoming mall

should be reported at once to the u-Jth Depart' Sixth War Loan Drive In the next be present as this will be an Important of our boy and a permanent evening 7:30: o'clock. Will be sorted and placed In post-
t. A welcome awaits office
meeting peace. hearty you.
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THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH ,, ',. .. job I've always. looked for. December You are 11th required, 1944, to in appear the above on ANT OLDIE. / j F ur" .
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: But who would go lookingfor named Court and cause, wherein STAT ;", rc A'I'Ir.\1.
a'Q: ;@ \i It on an island In the plaintiff Meek divorce Bradford Thomas | ",,', . '.r'RII1/'I'PIAI' ) (
Telegraph shall publish t
Established 1877 County thin 618 I ImA, ', 'rb,,,. BlM+
South Pacifier Order In next four weekly Uaues.Wltneim . 1 .. ,
i' F 4 E. L Matthews -_______.___ Editor and Owner ;.' ., Y my hand and official Alabama You . 'u.. CM d" ,n,(
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;< seal at Starke Florida this November December '"' ' .
0 3rd 1944.OFFICIAL ii''n) ', ,
Published Weekly on Friday and Entered an Second Clam Matter r ., ( IN MEMORIAM ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas, named (r?.,,,"?,{ ''Old',-M IQ JS bel.! tar'
i' at the Post Offlc at Florida. As Clerk of aid Court. County T,4, ."" I ,'I', "a, .4. sla
Starke When the bell tolled
passing ,
.,ir4 i ? E. K. Perryman Starke Florida, Order In B,'11)ha') ': uhf C
for Laura Scott, we, the mem- At)'. for Plf. I1i10.4t| -12i1| Witness ..)hthh
To maintain Peace & NOW THAT the election J.LHARRELL bers of the local W. C. T. U. seal at Stili"" ". hands

.' We Must Believe is over; now that the by lost our leader and our friend. IN COUNTY CIRCUIT FLOUIUAl oruT. BRADFORD IN CHAN.! ember(OFFICIAL 7th I"J( Florida hod:,",,0""

" War fa tumult and shouting are A fellow |In the Pacific War back in those days. Lamb As a monument to her beloved t'KRY. IEALI: ) 4 ,
Unthinkablealready Reginald M. Luther. Plaintiff, T Frank Lsxdru of q4R"
.. fading into a hol- Zone recently wrote and wantsto claims to .be a Yankee and a Republican. I memory we pledge ourselves to Amelia C. Luther, Defendant. Caw vs. Ida, Atty. to I Llfm, 1hlutArilU
low echo and time has know in advance Just what A further mark of distinction I carryon with new zeal thek cause No. 84IS. : 'k
;, once more started its blessed task of healing the he should clear hauling fruits 'and la''his No. 12 "under- to which she devoted so many ORDER OF PUBLICATIONAND IN C'UU.tTr fist
; t wounds and smoothing the ruffled feathers of those produce from Bradford Countyto standing". When business got I I: years of her useful, beautiful life. STATE: OF FLORIDA tot AmeliaC. COUNTY: FLORIII\ei, I D'

It who have felt themselves outraged, no better time Baltimore, Philadelphia ;.and a little dull around the shipping ) Mrs. Scott possessed many superior Luther whose residence In. 11 Emogene. O. nartcNo Cr
Street, Haveritraw, New J:.ther b"
be found New York In a 34-toot semi- wharf during the berry season, qualities, among them a ; F. Uar'' y could to consider again the infinite wisdomof York! 3414 Dtt'ndlQ
; r : trailer truck. It's hard to figure Jim Moore would sidle around vigorous mentality that could pro- You are required to appear on
an article recently written by Robert Quillen point- out just what this party 'really and sort of step ject itself Into varied interests.She December lltb, 1944. In the above ANUENOT/tt'5! / 'GiCA11p!
t 'ing out that to be lasting must b& based the accidentally-like named Court and cause. wherein STATE Or 4PPI
t peace, on wants to know, as he spelled the on brother Blanchard's foot just had the ability to approach 'plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford F Bartehy PLDIt1D 10 t
common belief that, war is unthinkable. dollars okey, but spelled the to bear some plain and fancy affairs of home, church, and County Telegraph shall publish this Wayne Street: who, .': :
i B.avtr
S 11 "Whether your son or grandson will die of injuries fractions as scents. I guess he's Yankee cussln'. .state from the angle best suitedto Order Wltnea In. next my tour hand weekly and official issues ia: pub),

iii; i caused by a bullet or a piece of shrapnel in some foreign figuring' hauling cabbage.. and But Lamb's all right. All the .a comprehensive grasp of I seal at Starke, Florida, this Nov- December" I, fW '10 ''>ta

.::1 land depends in large measure on your state of guavas up north under refrigeration Yankee I can see about him is each', One was Impressed by her emneri(OFFICIAL 6th, 1944. A. J. Thomas, Plaintiff named Court J5'4'."'In"..1110. k'

,i mind and the state of mind of other people like you," and wants to know just whata that says "How be yer" Insteadof knowledge of the Bible' To her I A. Clerk of ald Court.T. .County Teleqxph seek, divorce, 80lt s6
Mr. Quillen believes. j stink he'll have should the Ice "How de do" and In'moat other It was a Divine gift, the only Frank Landrum, Starke, Florida Order In n, t, tour-ball hIA9M,
i t ,- Atty for Pit 11110.4t| -lt-1 Witness, Re
give out before he reached New ways' he's just about as much true pattern for,this mortal lire. ml bond
No truer words have ever been spoken.. If the seal at Stak. FIofile1 member
I Florida cracker as I am myself. Mrs. Scott had a vital interestin IK: CIRCUIT COURT. BRADFORD 8th 1944 I lhit
mass of people accept the cynical belief that war is York.Now all that Is good, in all that COIfNTY. FLORIDA IN' CHAN.CKHT. (OFFICIAL
j If he had just asked We are the, best of friends, but SDALt A. IT .
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inevitable) will be. If dismiss A. "
? we entire problem ,me how I thought he would an outsider would scarcely believeIt works for the uplift of humanity.Her Duard S. Harper Plaintiff, vs. Frank Clerk .f gtat ,
+/ b with the defeatist attitude that "There have al. come out buying' and transporting If he could hear us dlscussin' most cherished desire was to Blanche Thomas Harper, Defend. Ida, Atty. for Landrum.lit ,

tl; ways been wars and there always will be" we are licked beans to those north- (minus the dls) politics and the see our land free: from the liquor 11110.11

before we start. We might just as well take a ten ern markets to be sold by commission end of the fruit and curse and all its attendant evils.

d'r' minute break after peace is declared and begin pre- Yankee Commission mer- produce business. She' had the courage of her con-

. ; paring for the ne\t inevitable war. But .if-as :Mr. canU, I could have told him nut why worry over: the victions and never hesitated to

Quillen suggests-we proceed on the premise that war without bothering to think, way things UIMHI to bet At express her hostility to Intemperance -

'+ 1 ' ? is "unthinkable" .we have a chance of licking it. At that he'd lone his working leant, the trucks have stopped .

s ':, least it's worth a try. capital, his shirt and his eyeteeth express shippers like me from Mrs Scott possesed deep spir
"'. Just like I did When I lowing money on high-price or ituality. One of her family'smost
', a ,( "When statesmen discuss lasting peace, they went Into cahoots with. a low-price berries, bought to prized treasures Is a docu-

" I'"' ''AmKtXM' seem to lack both enthusiasm and deep conviction," Northern Commission house be shipped! to u Northern ment she began to write soon after -

'y' i ''f Mr. 'j, QuUJen maintains. They seem to regard. it as and bought car-loads of commission house on a joint her marriage. Ever mindful

? ,.i, an impractical ideal that might be attained if. we were beans. The commission house account, which, In the long of the life to come she wrote Sun. Mon. Tues. Nov. 12

willing' to pay the price; but they frankly doubt the got the beans and .1. got the run.,means you'll be unjolnt- yearly, even up to the time of , 13,14

y willingness of other nations to cooperate in such ideal- cahoots minim 11 thousand ed from your bank account.Of her death, a series of instructions

'' ism and their fine weasel words boil down to this: dollar I always did think .course, the strawberrygroWt"h and admonitions, Intended to direct -
I I I'd have come out better IfI'd'bought will think a the steps of her loved ones
I' I r If peace is too much bother or costs too much or interferes -
,:. too much with guavas. Instead of liar; If and when you claim along the path to the ultimate
t our of'action, we don'twant beann.. At least I'd have had that you lost money. good, the path she so_ consistentlytrod.
;ll; it."So.
'': .a.few scents to Dhow for my If you doubt 'my word about Her spiritual outlook was
long as people feel that way, we'll have nopeace .dollars! this, just ask anyone who's ever evident in her prayers which we '
\ ,
l. }, ," M I'., Quillen cbrrectly surmises. "So long as But truck. transportation of gone broke buying strawberriesat of .the W.. C. T. U. found evercomJortlng .aa st r .,

' l the idea of world peace is debatable, there' is little hope Florida fruits 'and vegetables has Lawtey to be shipped and sold : and inspiring. Not the

I y of attaining it. We couldn't end slavery and human saved fellows like Lamb Blanch- on a downhill market and then least 'of her spiritual'qualities
4 sacrifice if they were still debatable. An evil thing ard and me a lot of worry (as gets a sales wire that says:. "Sold was her love for her.-friends who

is doomed only when the common conscience of mankind well as a means of making'living a for- freight. Ship heavy. Prospective 'can never forget her many

t condemns it-when all rational! people hate it and ). We'had a lot of tunH. I market looks good." thoughtful To you., kind Laura acts Scott; ; valiant ,

: look it with horror "
upon and loathing. soul, your sisters in the .W. C. T.

He concludes* that: "Everlasting peace between "Why certainly. Captain, U. say Farewell, until for us, 4SY<

nations i is 'practical' and as certainly attainable as there are no claim distinctions also, ,

1, honest money, or incorruptible courts, or freedom from G. In thin game," we told "The morning breaketh W fdvenlYraStOr '*1''" jJJu.t1,
' ,' tyranny, or the abolition of peonage and child labor. him.Ve trimmed him for And the shadows flee away." bold Pgtracn6

nt s 7 Mankind can do what it determines to do the neighborhood of three Starke W.; 'C. T. U. ; (; .

w ; "We can have peace if we are fully determined, c1fa pound learn Will? these off lceranever

to end war-if we are as determined to end war ass by My "big boss" is Lieutenant Your WarftohdInvestment
we would be to stamp out a national yellow fever
epidemic Colonel Hal
T. Sgt. A.'W. Hardenbergh; he is IsYour
:t -if we are determined to end it, regardless u. Anderson, jr. only 28 and comes from Eutaw, :

cost, not for twenty years or fifty years, but forever Ala. Shortly after our pnmnanv investment,

"i and ever, so that. future generations will look upon I looked from"work" got a large, refrigerator--sized', '1IIInll'1II e
The other day up
war as we look upon the Aztec practice of sacrificing electric ice cream freezer' (we Lw' F21e
s' at unfolded folding
my '
r t human beings to placate a had ice cream once before the cincriT COI-RT. BRADFORD
y savage table, which out here passes for big; COUNTY"' FLORlDAl IN CHAN
Mr Quilten's is! a reassuring and hope-inspiring shots took It sway' from us). the CRRY. . -
r : a desk; and saw PFC Steve Tracy. .
voice coming at a time when need full Colonel stuck his right Index David P. Plaintiff. 've Rheta -tr- i-f js e
we measure Leaks Butlerlte, "striding by, Tracy Defendant. Cure No. 8401J 0
,'? r, ', q of assurance and hope. We should pray that his words Garand 'across his shoulder, finger into the Ice cream 'outlet, AND OwnER NOTICE OP PUBLICATION TO APPEAR I S

i 4i u'' will. be read and re-read by peoples,' not only in this trench knife attached to his belt. unaware that steel dashers were STATE OF FLORIDA: Rheta : I

p country, but all over the world. ., Steve and I were both in'Telfalr' revolving inside. A half-Inch' tip Tracy You, whose residence la unknown. )
'' of his finger was are required to appear on 1
i' ;; And now that the election Is over, let's not waste Long's National. Guard Company neatly amputated December 4, 1944, In the above I .,tle
? time in boastful "I tbld so's" when it was "called up" In November Captain Henry Luscher named Court and cause,. wherein
you or in mournful post plaintiff seek '#
1 (Mobile, Ala.) had the finger tip i divorce Bradford
,, to mortems-but let us.;' rather, give all our spare ,moments 1940. So we had an old burled with County Telegraph hall publish this PJ NIGEL BRU
appropriate honors
' Order In next four' : .
home. week for just an hour. weeklyleaues. y
y, to thinking, talking and BELIEVING j
in lasting including: a little, white cross. Witness my hand andofficial F
1 When Steve ia in the Infantry and was seal at Starke,' Florida, this No- = CARRII
, 'f peace. we have thoroughly convinced ourselves, The Colonel didn't get the Purple vember 1, 1944. .. ,: lE0
;t at that time of a platoon -
lul, S4 let us turn our energies to convincing our Congressmen Heart. Worst of all the ice (OFFICIAL, SEAL) AJ.. Thomas "

' y letting them know how we feel, and imparting manning defense a sector line near of the us. perimeter He'sseen cream wt\s ruined. .| T.As Frank Clerk of Land eald rum Court., Starke, Florida ; 6 1E SOMDEI

7 ; S to them the faith and belief that we ourselves have -look. In case you don't know' Atty. for Plf. It-a 4fll-84 r '
'. some real action. good, I DODGUSS DVIB
i nurtured. and< has what it takes. what my Job la the Army la, 1V: nncriT cornr, BRADFORD
"Peace, to be lasting must be based on the-com I'm a chief clerk a parallel COUNTY, FLORIDA IN CHAN.
.I . While his platoon wa on civilian C'KHV.ORDpR.
o mon belief that war is'iunthinkable.' occupation would be ( OF PUBLICATION
duty near UK he dropped by
axmanager of a 12-man bookkeeping AND NOTICE TO APPEAR
SLl nearly every afternoon'' to office Here the Louis Htlfenbeln, Plat 1 1 ntiff. vs. COMEDY
J. Edgar Hoover SOME TIME 'chat and listen to phona1iP'aph. Zara Helfenbetn, Defendant. .Case -
AGO the my
*: clerks _
F '} company do all the No. S405.! .
i ( Urges Religion Telegraph published an a Columbia, portable, work while I Just sit back' I STATE OF FLORIDA to{ Zara and LATEST WAR NEWS
rya Helfenbeln whose
editorial wind-up affair I plckedup residence IV 657
As Crime Deterrent quoting expression -
back in Guinea for six pounds
of J.
i Edgar Hoover
' ; 1 director =worth .It too. To date I've ,
; A of the Federal
Bureau of Investigation, on the matter of juvenile de- begged bought or stolen '
l $ ? about 100 records. Have a'f Coke" = Ahoy mates

corn-1 I saw Staff .Sergeant Morris ,

h Jackson while In NO, another National -
have this '
t ; problem on their hearts and minds end
ardently\ wish to do something about it if Guard Starkelte I mobil lij' ray i7j
they just ised '
I with. I've almost forgiven
.knew .where to begin. v .M".II.' \ \ 1IlrI\ ....9. ?\
Morris for; an evil thing he ''did I' ,I I: \ I\ I, th STflrM ffl I VI b V\
Now \ '
_L. Mr. .Hoover. . has_ come forward with another to me once: he painted' a rosy :\. 'fl" J. I. .. \\J I II
l a stateIIient mat .snoum demand great attention as coming' picture and persuaded- me to join- I r ---

from a practical man,,a man who is versed in the the National. Guard In the' first
i 1
* ways of crime and criminals and should know whereof place: Otherwise I might have I I
YJ I". he speaks. "We must i i v
Via engender in our youth a sense talked LB number one out of a ,

of moral responsibility founded'in' religion," this great 4-F or essential war worker

man says. It must be"'a religion that is not merely a classification and been home yet. 1 .i .t lac y tuaemI

method of worship, .but a religion that .embodies a Morris. arid I had some heart to

; creed and a code, as well. The young boy and girl heart talka.v He's a swell guy

"I must believe in those truths upon which our. freedom from a swell 'family. Talkingto

rests, and they must have respect for the laws which "home-folks" about, close-to-
. the-heart home things 'In people
, s must exist to preserve it."
instills a spirit of companionshipin
Recent FBI crime figures indicate that' "the new recruits
localtes over here even tho
are drawn from our vital '
most possession-youth. Mr. Hoover
they 'were the (most casual of
revealed. During 1943, age 18 predominated among'all persons acquaintances the old days.I .

arrested, according to fingerprint records received' by the
haven't seen A. E. Wall
kI, ) FB[.from all parts of the nation..' Arrests of 17-year-old boys'Increased or Davis Gansett since I've Mf

4 S 21.7 per cent, and of 16-year old boys 61 per'cent.. been here, although they're .5'r :

In 1042'and 1913, arrests of girls under 21 years of. age l Increased nearby, but'1 have seen Owen

c : 130.4 per cent. Griffin and we ,had a pleas-

r 1 "Improved facilities for recreation, Intelligent administration ant convf'r atlon. ''I. was a

1 ( of juvenile courts, Increased guidance ,for 'children whose little over-awed by all his

!+, families have been weakened by >the war-all of these things bran (Lieutenant Colonel)

:f are necessary and good, but they are not enough," Mr. Hoover at, first, but got over It okeh.

declares. "The answer lies In religious education because religion We are on a beachead and ,It

t f reaches 'a part of man where sociology Is Ineffectual naturally follows that we are

.*! It reaches his motives his reasons for pursuing way of life. close to the beach, so I enjoy f I IOr Gp Mla

In the last analysis, religion is the recognition of man's de- ocean bathing often.. One morn-
Ing' while'talking to Sergeant
pendence a superior
upon Being and his obligation to .observe
Tauneo Harada, I asked him
* rN a higher law. r 're enjoyed the 'ocean bathing.He . or keeping up the good work 1
r fr / iPS8 "The'obligation to supply religious education to our youth doesn't here; a few weeks
7 r
rests largely with the parents and the churches. It ia an obligation -
' ago while swimming In the surf Faster and faster the
nt ship down
? : to provide a way of life, a motive power that will nearby! he'bumped Into the floating go the ways in the wartime shipbuilding t r
, program. from /
m} d impel the young men'and women of America to choose .the dead body of a Jap soldier. sunny California co'the coast of Maine, workers have learned t

good Instead of the bad In every department of their lives. That would cool anyone's enthus- that for pause that rr/r. A.. helps everybody do: more work and better

k ? It is a solemn obligation to preserve freedom and justice for aens. 11.".- ..CD..." says a hardworking shipbuilder work.
55 I the world, by moulding the to his maces It's a little minute
youth'of America In accordance : One of my two borne Is for
& enough a big Whether
rest. In
i with the Divine plan." Captain Homer L. Allen, a a shipyard or in your own living room '
44 j j la preventing crime and producing a "noble citizenry," Georgia. cracker from Cairo. 5c-Cflfs"nds for the/-IIS' that rqresheshas/ become a symbol of friendly

fAi Director Hoover declares the duty of teaching religious education Three) non-conunlasioned officer I. relaxation. 4tCokek'1 ?_ Can Doh

"1* not an admonition, or a counsel,' It Is God's will, and and I were playing naNral tOr poPu4Lr p

1I if It Is faithfully discharged America will survive and prosper knock rummy for a shilling iOITUD UNOII AUTHOIITV THI. COCA-COIA COArANT .T [ to cquire I tat

H }' r If it Is Ignored, we can never hope for the true freedom for one afternoon! and the Cap- STARKE COCA-COLA BOTTLING j [ don*. That' wh"i
tale.: having nothing to do CO.t eanoi'Cole'
1 .
? which our sons and brothers and husbands are giving the co
Inquired If be
might join
ns. t
S 1 final measure of love"on battlegrounds. of the earth."

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Idford; Hi School Journal I Tornado: Squad On Winning Streak Tent glrl Several Show"enjoyed of at our Lake"CouMn school Butler boys Wllbur'a, Saturday and-

... ,
" Mrs. M L. Johns and daughter
I "
'". :t.6' '' ...\,f t 4- Eloise' were shopping in Lake

o Staff f Tornadoes Beat White Springs 59-0; ";,,' I. '''""'t' \ -. .,." ,.. ''-c' '.'V':, ,.-cX .. "- .,..'.. .. .. Cutler Mr. and Friday Mm.afternoon.Gay Pinholster

4)I-eti Grcenrlwhby ,''''... . :: ; and daughter Vivian of Jacksonville -
,',' .. .
.. ,.
', ,' attended church services
Homecoming Game Vs. '\ "" '
BiugraphlesLora Tonight ;....;;"c"',- ,.. "z . E t c Sunday.
,, ami France Coney ".J t.: .' " ,.1 '" ', New River Baptist Church held
Friday night at Bradford " r
HuttoSarhara o v regular services Sunday morningby
\\Gumlta .
> Park the BUS Tornadoes 4'r'. .. '
.'i the Pastor Rev Truby Pafilsh
Kn swamped a weak White Springs B.H.S. Loses t.r'; ....:.t" of Santa Fe,
IlIoj'raphl.Dorothyhy ,)II\! ;: . ;. A a9 w
?? l Edwards combine In a high scoring spree Popular TeacherLast lr.'.;.,., .. #4 Mrs. M. I.. Johns and childrei
Marie .
end of 69 tf 0 This gives the Starke 1 : .' were visiting Mr. and Mrs. L
| >C"_.\llene Kelley boys a total of 131: points to 64 Tuesday( morning the typ \\t'I.I': f.... L. Rtnfroe and ton Samuel Sun
FI'ature-l\larloo Johns totaled by their, opponents in six ing students were greatly surprised ., .' ye t ru } day.
hazel Greek games on the current schedule. when they entered the' Mrs M. F. Wiggins. Mr, Ru
lktlY Seniors on the Tornado squad typing room and did not see the. dolph Andrews and Mr and Mrs.E. .
were allowed six minutes of play sweet familiar face of :Mre.Thel A, Sapp were shopping In
ing time In the 'first half and ma Cooper. Everyone was tunnel' Gainesville, Saturday. +'
brial six minutes in the second durIng and begun asking the question: Mrs. Oscar Rye and sons of
liack consideration for which they scored a total of "Where Is':Mrs. Cooper" After Pnlatkn and Mrs. Ray Goodge
I of much In 29 points. R. J. Turner again returned -. becoming calm we found out thai :n>l little Ray Harper of Sampson
seems to be very this A kick-off for a tally. our, teacher's husband Cpl. Cooper wero ( .one K"rt: of their par
in the school to care year.howe I and Captain "Red" Wadsworth : of Camp Blandlng, was to be, ents. Mr. and, Mil A. s. Varues,
!inot seem other fellowwe returned a bad.punt for a score. transferred-and that meant that' Sunday
the I
hurt Making one or more touchdowns Mrs. Cooper must with him.
what we want: go I Mr and :Mrs! A. V. Varnos and
get to make a reputathe were R. J. Turner John ,. Mrs. Cooper was with BHS daughter, Mrs, Ray Goodge
going school that will bebreak Anderson Wadsworth, Edwards all of last term and we were were shopping in Gainesville, on
? and B, Turner fortunate to have her again withus Thursday.
that we are.the. Every man on the BHS team this year for two months. She Generally rcrOKnlznl aa the 'best Tornado football squad"' In recent years, the.. llrixlforil buys have
bet was allowed a chance to play was a teacher we will with' .. You keep buying
make or break It. cored five straight ulnn, losing only the season opener against Oalnf'''II! or the 'll\Iul|
We ? with the team that Coach Hobbs personality plus. I am quite pictured< above., are: bt row (left to right/ ) Barney Mclla', Jtm Brown ( o,llii.. Hilly Kdunlit.. Mm-
Ishall we do hopes will take the field next sure that Mrs. Cooper was one of ('08<"Ja Canon Geiger. Captain Thomas \\udsworth. Conch Jnmcw llohht. Jack llo.ll. Lyle .\iuloron WAR BONDSSTARKE
year playing the largest part of the teachers who has won the Gene'Colw. 2nd row Itohhy Uarkmlulc, Hubert IUf'(>h... Charles Thornton, Stew Weldon Phil Sjhu- i
Lty NotesBjall the game. favor of both students and teach ford Bobby ItlKK", Hilly Hunx-y (altrrnat captain). M. Manning, J, .'Anili-roon. II.. Turner, 1C. Turner,
Tackle Hall End Edwards and ers. Doyle Connriv 3rd row ('am.Ioonpy.. "'m. .\mlrewit, Wilbur Turner CurtN. llagllvn.. "au'lno' \'..,
\ football football- Center Johns of this "future" We welcome the new teacher "Jerome' "Johns' Herbert Fill)aw, Billy Miles, C. W. CoNon/ Lmtlio Ilradlfj, ljil'|>h Alvarez, KolxrtSautwran

Lae! Tornadoes' get bettere team showed up exceptionallywell and send the Best of Luck and H. C. Iloltzenditrf. TRANSFER
they play. Just think In their offensive' and defensive wishes to .our former typing '
. . . .
Charlottesville for s week-end. -
together one
made Friday
[ they .
wore play.Tonight teacher\ -Mrs. Thelma Cooper. '
I Ah1'! wonderful.. (Friday) the, Torna- year. New RiverBy Jay Moody is home and much Local And
beard of one other mar- does play Lake Butler in the Her hobby Is cooking and her Improved after being in St. Luke's
Jmce my last writing. Ite annual Homecoming event. Junior Class one special like I la people along hospital! nearly three weeks. Long Distance 'r
other than Greta Fayeof Names Officers with a few others. She has no the School Mrs K. C. Priest and Mrs. T. '
the eleventh grade special dislikes.I . . e e . . . H. Sheppard were shopping! In Hauling
tried Joe Shaw of Lake Senior BiographiesDorothy 'Since the School paper has might add that her given Mr. and Mrs. Wilbert Mann of i Gainesville Saturday,.
Happy landings to you Alice Crosby started a little late the electionof came Is Bertha but as her husband Ocala and Mr. and Mrs. Johnle! E. L. Kelly has accepted a -

reta and Joe. Dorothy was born In the "big ; officers has already taken did not like the name he Andrews of Lake Butler were position with the fire departmentat I 215 Call St.TRUE }.
Lnce after the game Fri city" of Brooker on November place. They are: President changed, It to Merrill Her guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. .L. Crystal Lake Air Base.
quite a successe Bobby Turner; Vice-President friends call her Bertha while Johns and other relatives last
ht, was I
1927 and there she has lived
| Freshmen (ninth grade) since., Marvin Montgomery; Secietary his friends call her Merrill. Although weekend.Mr. _____n .
1 hosts and hostesses. KvI ever Lorene Moncrief; Treasurer she Is Mrs. Gresham to and Mrs Ernie Souther-
"Dot" she Is called by her
I seemed to be enjoying friends, is a petite girl with Merry Knight. us, we all like her very much. land and children were visiting II
Bvea. There were quite a blond hair and grey eyes. Her The election of class reporterwas Mr. any? Mrs: Ralph Prevatt of a'
I of good dancers there favorite color is red. She likes held on what was to me Senior NewsThe Lawty. Mrs. Southerland remained L'afued and justly! esteemed by many l
ihat I could see. everything but her special! likingIs short notice so I*won't have. for a longer visit with families aware of our upright pnnciples Wff
Seniors and Juniors were much to say this time, but the I Senior clans was asked, them because of the illness of of discretion'and sincerity ', 4
class of this has along with the other classes, to \ '''''I
uch distressed over the junior year a Mrs Prevatt. ',
Flor- .
Is to attend J; '
She planning I !
contribute to the Junior Red
tat Mrs Thelma Cooperleave whale of a lot of good plans so Melton Kerce was In Jacksonville "
for Women at..
t tI
ida State College *I
Cross 'and we are glad to
us last week. Sher after finishing high I think I will be kept busy keep- say ,' Monday, i
typing teacher. We will school.Tallahassee Ing you dear readers posted, that we over-filled our quota. Mr. and Mrs. W. Williams of I
The \ for the "Home
preparations .
or very much and want We know through past experIence Coming 'Game" are in full Lake Butler were guests of Mr DEWITT C. JONES +
[h her the best of luckr that when "Dot" undertakesto HONOR ROLL swing The Lake Butler teamIs and Mrs. S L. Crews, Sunday AMHULANCE SERVICE'
she goes. We are hap- do something-she does "it, so.. privileged to bring its own Mi, and Mrs. J, 0. Moreland "
have as our new teacher she will make a 12 daughters Joan and Mrs
we are sure sponsors. Don't forget the reception -land
'sndlvlere and hope that Robert Barksdale Dorothy I Funeral Director
great success of her life and dance after the game Monroe Barr of Jacksonville were ?
U 1 like It here Barnes Bobby Beckham, Bobby visiting Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Andrews I .
forget the Homecoming C. \"". Colson Biggs, Frances Colley C. W. Cot and other relatives last Phone 7 p
[Iday night. We'll be see- C. W. was born In Dunnellon '' son, Dorothy Crosby Barbara Civics NewsIn
June 7, 1927. He Boon Horn Marian Johns ,Alene Kelley I ,, Ona Demorest. FLORIDA
Fla., on our Civics class on Tuesdaywe Smith; Secretary, STARKE,
moved to Brooker where he wentto Eustice Kelley Pansy' Red- elected officers for the classas The purpose of this In to help us .

school for his first five years. dish. follows: President, Bobbie In' our daily discussion! of .the '., -' ." l
are.oughs..w He then moved to Starke'and.he 11 Beckham; Vice. President, Billy class
baS attended BHS-evef-" ell He Gloria Cooper Hazel Fields, .
torn common ,colds l la now president of the Senior Anne Green Mary Lee Over- V ,
class.C. street, Seletta Sparks, Bobby
at Hang' On W., decided this year that Turner Marge 1'1 ite Wainwrlght,
he liked to play football and is Lila Rae Caldwell Luella Davis @ ,
ulslon relieves promptly be- playing on the team, He plays Eunice Grlffls Joyce Gasklns, -THE ,
It right seat of the .
goes Charles Thornton ..
loosens He also Dorothy
I to help and expel the position ,
den phlegm and aid naturee likes to eat especially fried 10 FLORIDA NATIONAL
[ and heal raw tender. Inc chicken. But unlike most peoplehe Jackie Hasklna Elmer Johns GROUP I
bronchial mucous memo dislikes. Joyce Moore Billy Edwards; '
I Tell druggist to sell you.of I has no special
of Creomulsion with the winding After finishing school C. W. Jeanette Gremer, Alene Pope Inn !
you must like the way It Is looking forward to being Mae Townsend.
allays the cough or you are drafted. If he is not accepted 9 ., .. ,'. DEPOSITORS :' !
e your money back. Prevatt ) /
he hopes to attend U. of F. Audrey
lEOMULSIONhs. We wish C. W.. all the luck 8 ', .
Janet Anderson Madge Brown- '
.Chest Colds, Bronchitis in the world. . 0.'
lee June\ Caldwell, Minnie Lou
Hazen Danielia Jordan, Idel Lan- '
deram' Peggy Ann Wiggins Pat .
ompt Service Careful, sy Dew Betty Ann Flynn Ken- ,_ $5,236,925 '

neth Grtder Marvella Uatheny ,,' .

STARKE TAXI SERVICEand Doris Catherine Moncrief.. Galney 7 Charles ,Invested by: the Florida National Group . '

Juanita Hardenbrook.Anders Marian Louise McRae Carter, in North Florida City and County Bon'd' '.
SERVICE Peggy Dale Jo Ann Dinkens,, ,

MACK'S TAXI Harry Green Jerry. ,Merrltt, y'!' 't'. .. .'
Joyce Newsom. I

,Phone 150 r! 'The progress of :a region can 'Banks"of the Florida National"

Night 7 Herlong : : be measured the have '
S DayN , I 'usually by progressive Group a large holding of
Our class elected officers last ,J.._ , ) bonds-4
spirit of its communities.Towns Florida city and
week. They are as follows: tV j county
President Jo Ann Dinkins; Vice- . ,'< ." I ( and cities with unpavej;} '$19,500,000 worth of such bonds '
Charles Smith Secretary }
"SET FAST" President, Juanita Anders; Treasurer; .::,\ . ' (" streets, lack of sewer' systems': }jn fact. These bonds were bought]/ t ,

Clayton After class Revels officers were elect- .. .' i .. ,and other major public improve-' as a good Investment, yes, butT ],

IL.DU.RID ed we business.discussed class dues and /;;" '" .:! ,. : It ,'ments bespeak of a poor and also because they represented an r
other "
Reporters ,_ .' '''. ;'./: backward area.Y -- opportunity: to contribute to ,;

KILLS MILDEW PREVENTS. Harry Green and Jerry Merritt ' Florida's "
.... fof, a. progress.
.. Yet matter how'progressivejtvommunrtv's
ITS RECURRENCEONE Meet The Faculty ; no .: Included in this $19,500,000; "'
"': :". : viewpoint, it takes ,
\ total $5,236,925 in bonds ; ,
Mm. Gresham \ ,
\ MAKES' GALLONS OF teacher ( ... ..' //t' 4' to make improvements ,
BOTTLE Mrs. Merrill Gresham ,_ money issued .by eleven North Florida'

,MILDEW PROOFING of and Shorthand 9 English I was, Bookkeeping born in New. I, ,f", : .':. ; j, I I" large sums of money that are counties and communities there :':,; '

Orleans After La.graduating from Stony '., \ ' : ;I: needed: at once. Taxes finally pay in. Their purchase by the Florida) J J

Point High School, Va., 1M' attended . ',,'f';,) ;, J\.\;IV for the improvements, but taxes National: Group Banks as an investment :: ?

R: SLIP COVERS, RUGS, WOOLENS: FURNITURE,"'COTTONS, Va.!, and Mary'University Washington of Va.College .. J f'*., r' 'can't pay for them immediately: : has enabled these c.oun..t '

fRTAINS;} WALLS, CLOSETS'and taught Before two coming year to In Upp BHS rville she, :';' 1 ,. .;without heavily overburdening* ties, towns: cities and road. and: "

Va.. and four years ,in Char- the taxpayers. So bonds are is. school districts to keep In.the "

10tte v1lIe, Va. ( (vanguard of We might)
Lieutenant and :Mrs. Gresham .sued to finance the work. _. The progress. ,
: Gal. $4.50 were ,married last February after have chosen to invest our moneyj.

.95c Qt. $1.59 meeting and teaching In ,buyer of the bonds becomes;; 'elsewhere, but we are proud tot) ,

indirectly benefactor of the
CAN GET say we preferred to invest itj
OF ... community even though the where it would benefit these' Il'
securities were purchased merely North Florida counties and their] y
PYREX OVENWARE famt ACID. as a sound business proposition' political subdivisions. 't
INDIGESTION '. ._ .. ,
u" -
'f. -
'n .. fi:: '!."f -;" . FLORIDA 'l" ..
BRADFORDHARDWARE .' .",:: .a... "' '. NATIONAL :' I :. .,. .. ',' .
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;.'''I1 ]:; I'' ler served a chicken' salad course, Lurine .
Methodist Circles W.S.C.S. Members New U.D.C. Officers with fruit cake, tea and coffee; rived this t> ;rant

: ;j : 't :,:::1 SOCIETY and CLUBS Had Meeting Monday Have Study ClassThe Installed Last WeekThe and ing cards.the favors were Thanlcaglv and the moved w'' 'nto k fromMohr Nrt04! :

' v o s t George B. Flynn w a a Woman Society of Chris- W. T. Weeks Chapter, Mrs. H C.* Dodd of Atlanta, Sts.,cornet recent .I' South and one Ch

;';,\ Virginia Anderson Club Members hostess to Circle One of the* Wom- tian Service held the Fall studyof UDC, was entertained by Mrs. Ga., an aunt of Mrs. Godwin and P. Smith ,'\jell\uUrrnllll'd! kte

. Weds Schwab Hear Official Talk an's Society of Christian. Service, missionary work, on Thursday Annie Lou Godwin and slater, Mrs. Chandler, was a guest'at the VlctorIJ.' allo Prthr :
I Sgt. on Monday afternoon at her home afternoon of last week, under the Mrs. Caro Chandler, Wednesday I this delightful meeting erate It.f' {', and IIi1J
In Gulfpo.rt. Miss On School HealthThe on'Jefferson St Beautiful gladioli direction of Mrs. I, P. Shepherd, afternoon, Nov. 1, at their homeon
and crimson Turk's Cap were secretary of mission study. The N. Cherry St. An attractive
\ ; r Miss Virginia Lyle Anderson Woman's Club held its reg- tastefully arranged In the' living meeting was held in the Church arrangement of chrysanthemumsand +
s{ daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A W. ular' meeting Wednesday in the I and dining rooms of the Flynn School building and was well attended dahlias added to the charmof
(, Anderson of Starke and Sgt club building with Mrs. L. D.I home. by attentive listeners. the living room, where the

f Edward J. Schwab, son of they Vinlng Mrs. K. G. Duncan Mrs.C. The meeting was opened with The book studied was "West of guests were seated.Mrs. .
; a and Mrs. E. J. Schwab A. KnIght Mrs. Myrtice Car- ,
Mr. L
late Hal- O. Beasley presided over
prayer by Mrs. J. W. White and the Date Line" by Constance
J1 X Pa., united In penter, Mrs. J. W. Klncald, and
1 Plttsburg. were the meeting,, which was opened
was presided over by the circle: < lock, and in I ia most interesting .
x marriage Oct. 31, in Gulf- Mrs. N Sternberg as hostesses.The followed
on :
I' with prayer and by a
J li( chairman Mrs. L. D. Vinlng. Mrs.A. manner it described Christian
1\\ port, Miss. president, Mm. H. C. Rltch Wood transacted her duties as Pioneering In Southeast Asia. salute to the U. S. and the Con-

lY!1 y ; ; The marriage took place in the presided, over the business session secretary and Miss Olive Ray reported This book not only describes in federate flags.1 Mrs. Ethel M.
." Methodist parsonage at',eight o'- I and Mrs. Junius Smith I I the financial condItion'' a graphic manner the Christian Biggs read minutes of the last

.f clock: in the evening; '.'and, the Chairman of Health, Introduced th'circle, after'which. $3.50 was work' being done in these foreign meeting and the treasurer, Mrs.
4 j ceremony: was performed"lb! the the spe a k e r, Hilliard Francis paid vrt: the"pledge and S12.00 ''on placesbut also gives numerous S3. K. Perryman; read! the monthly
;. Rev. C. C. Clark paator In charge : Cameron, ot. the. State' Board of local' work Miss Kate Struth; maps'' and pictures to illustrate: report and also the annual report.
C 'The bride had as her matron Health, who la in direct chargeof The regular Defense, Donation
, tI, secretary of children' work stated the subject matter
l'' ''t of honor, Mrs. C. H. Glass, of sanitation under the Clay- that It Is now, time to collect mite Mrs. Wv E. Middleton led the was taken, and Mrs. L. A. Davis
4 '" i Gulfport, Miss.: and the bride Bradford County Health Unit. He boxes for the semi-annual "opening" devotional anounced that W. T..Weeks Chap-
service, reading a
;, ''b groom's best man waj Sgt. H. L. spoke on sanitation conditions: in and she ter had recently had a signal hon
1' I requested pothers 'tion of the "Love Chapter" (13th
, I Johnson of Alabama Bradford County Schools, and or bestowed Henry Morgen-
,a t\' y to bring or send the mite boxesto chapter of First Corinthians I ).
'Ii Mrs. Schwab was becomingly stressed the fact that,.some conditions her. each thau; seer eta r y of the U. S.
1 i+ 1 + 4 In Navy blue faille suit (especially the water supply The following persons reviewed Treasury, because of the assistance .
attired a Miss Amy Coburn and Miss 'a chapter in the book be- ____ ... __ ,_ _. <
......_.. _.._ ..."". .. In the out-lvinir county .u, behalf the War '
dress, with wiliest BIHS wu j t.alnlynls.n Kate Struth each read letters ing studied: Mrs. W. G. Halle,
small felt hat of navy blue; her Finance Program A beautifully y
\ from soldiers praising tha .work. Rev.W... J. Churchwell Mrs. A.
i'k Mr. Cameron said, that because !? .
and .
,j,' accessories were of brown, engraved certificate of recognitionwas "
1 conditions of jour. missionaries Jn foreign W. Anderson, Mrs. L. F. Smith, ...
of the prevailing
her waa of pink carnations : unsanitary presented to the Chapter. .
;; 4' 1 corsage : o
\ MrIJJ.W od"led Wood
in some ol> the schools, lands. the devotional Mrs. A. Z. 'Adklns Mrs. A.
r, and pink rosebuds. There were only four such honors
; service and- after a scrip Mrs. M. W ,Greasier and Mrs.: W.
the of hookworm cases ?
percentage Florida .
bestowed in the
and ',
Mrs. Schwab wall born
; ture reading' talked on the sub- B. Sewell. dfll' OiC
? was much higher here than (in (
to reared in Starke, is a graduate most' other schools of the state. ject of "lifting the moral and Mrs. Shepherd, assisted by Mrs. sIon.The
i ;;. of the Bradford County High I spiritual level of life." Titus Olson and Mrs. W. G. Halle registrar, Miss Olive Ray,
I. ,
( dJ ), School, and has many friends in ,Mrs. J. W. Klncald, Program gave a report and stated that this)
: ""f this section. Sgt. Schwab is an Chairman, presented F lor e nce 'it was announced that' Mrs J. served a tempting course. chapter had been placed on the MACHINE PERMANENT

.: Radio Air Brown, Margaret Rose Duncan, Frank Colley one of our valued honor roll of the Florida Division .
Instructor In the Corps
and Judy Green In a dance number members, Is now In a hospital in District Meeting for a 13 percent increase + l t and Is stationed at Gulfport, Miss. and then Margaret Rose Dun- Tampa. Her address I III 61S North' Of Aux. Mrs. M. P., Brown waa; .
r t For the present the young "Come Dance With D. Street. .
r+ can sang elected treasurer for .the chapter ? Includes Shampoo and Style Setting
u, couple will make their home In Me" and gave a tap dance. The hostess, assisted by Mrs.E. Held Here-Tuesday for the coming year.

Gulfport, Miss. After the program, the hostesses L. Matthews served a sand The annual convention of the THE PERFECT BASIS
served hot tea and delici- wich course with fruit cake and Tuesday, Nov. 7, St. Mark'liIEpiscopal Florida'Division, U.D.C., was: held
: ous open-faced _sandwiches hot chocolate.The Church of Starke was In Miami last month and Mrs. FOR YOUR 'HOLIDAY COIF
circle: will meet December host to the" district meeting of 1. A. Davis and Mrs. W .O. Halle . !

White 4,. at the home of Mr. and Mrs the Woman's Auxiliary The day each gave a short report of cflh- .
V4 V4i ; Carol HonoredBy L. F. Smith. began with registration In the vention proceedings. At this con.. '
;, : Co-Workers Circle Number Two : Church Service Center at ten,, o'- vention, Mrs. E. K. Perryman was
ZLr 'Mrs W F. Godwin and sister, clock and the meeting was offici- elected Director of the Second BREEZE HAIRCUT
Miss Carol White; who for the Mrs. W, J. Chandler, were Joint ally opened with the Celebration District' the Florida Division.
past two and a half years has hostesses to Circle Two, at their of.the Holy Communion at 10:30.: Mrs. Davis Installed the following . $1.00
'" >* worked 'at Camp Blanding, in the home on North Cherry St., which The Rt. Rev. Frank A. Julian, officers fort h e coming .' '
r' .
Civilian Personnel Branch, has resigned of the Diocese of Floridawas ,
1 ) was made more, attractive. with Bishop year: President, Miss Madge Mid- .'
her'' work there to accepta the celebrant assisted by the. .
lovely Fall flowers. dleton; lit vice-president.Mrs.: E.
!'\ "TAe OtAet 7zlloev; position in the. Florida Bankat Mrs. W. E. Mlddleton vice Rev. Grover Alison. K. Perryman"2nd vice-president

Starke. president of the Society, presidedover Mrs. R. J. Davis opened the Mrs. Ethel M. Biggs; recording
{ $ Can't afford an accident The Replacement Section gave a. the meeting because of, the official business meeting with a secretary, Mrs Annie Lou Godwin -: '
s 1 + lovely farewell luncheon honoring absence of the circle chairman word of welcome and the meetIng ; treasurer Mrs. Marcus F. I-
either Automobile Liability Miss White at Service Club Number a''' over by' Mrs.
Mrs. E. 'I{. Ferryman. After was presided Brown; historian, Mrs. A. Z. Ad-
x Insurance protects > One, on October 31. It cameas short business session the devotional Riley of Gainesville, the State kins;' registrar Miss Olive Ray;
p a complete surprise to the hon- President of the auxiliary. Mrs.
service was led by Mrs. I recorder of crosses, Mrs. O. W.
YOU in case of an acci- or guest. She was also presented P. Shepherd and prayers were of- Sherman Hammett of Jacksonville Roberts; chaplain, Mrs. J. M.
y ;dent. a Cara Nome vanity set after fered by Mrs. Middleton and Mrs. addressed the group. Noon- Brownlee. ,
; which she made 'a short speechof W. J. Churchwell. Mrs., A.i. W, Day prayers were led by the Rev. Mrs. Godwin and Mrs. Chand-
appreciation.On Anderson revl e wed an article James ,Stir i n g of the Student
Charley E. Johns Nov. 1st Miss White com- from the World Outlook the Subject Chapel of the Incarnation, Uni- - ----
menced work In ,the local bank. being "Today and Tomor- versity of ''Florida, Gainesville.

Agency row", after which a number of The Rev, George Alexander ,of
di' Mr. 'and Mrs. Roscoo Radfordof hymns were sung. : Palatka gave a talk on the wom-
$ t : Phone" 13 STARKE, FLA. Dawson Ga., spent last week The circle treasurer Mrs. A. Z.Adklns an's part In the diocesian'Plan of

,1, with Mrs. Radford's brother and' looked after the financesof Action.A 7 *
l q t ,$' ....-.. tI"lI THE TRAVELERS Hartford ststey-tn-law, Mr. and .Mrs.. V. H. the circle, and at this meeting lovely lunch was served by #

It'f Carden. ... $6.75 was given on pledge#' and I, the 'focal group in the Church
Service Center Mrs. A. Z. Ad-
$ O,90 for local work 1
Fgil tII Mrs. H. C. Dodd of Atlanta, kiDS and Mrs. K. G. Duncan: Mrs.
G4., who is related to Mra. Godwin Jeanette Kin c a I d, Mrs. Junius !
l Starke finest.Restaurant and Mrs. Chandler, added Smith, and Mrs. Thompson assisted -
; L { 1 much to the pleasure and profitof the St. Mark's auxiliary with
the meeting. the luncheon. After lunch Bishop
+ ; ''t The hostesses served their Juhan addressed the group and

guests, with a congealed salad they cbntlnued In' business ses j c c c c c c c e c o csvRANGING FROM
sion until four o'clock. ;'r
course and) hot chocolate.It ,
and Bar .
was announced that Mrs. K. i i i I

d K. Perryman would entertain Circle W.S.O. Postpones QJt'L ,

I Two on Dec., 4. Luncheon for MastickMrs. 1, O'l. : E&f'75c
." :: LIt to
4 .
4 T,he. << I

f4 i'" \0'B- Ladies.Auxiliary R. A. Green, president of
I the Woman's Service Organization $50.00Dresser
li The Ladles Auxiliary of the of the USO Club at Temple

;1 bl Presbyterian Church will hold a &: Washington! Sts., announced
business meeting 0 n Tuesday I yesterday that the luncheon plan- Sets . Manicure Sets . Dessert Plates . Vases of all (
Nov. 14, at 3 'o'clock in the
t 9s c3a :"tf Manse. Everyone is urged to be I ned Commander for Saturday Seabury In Cone honor Mas-of Kinds Ash Tray Sets . Salt & Pepper Sets '. Figurines ,
; o present as tho chief Item of,busl-
o r : ness Is the redecorating of the tick chairman of the National Cocktail Sets . Pottery . Musical Powder Boxes .
/ ( Army & Navy Department,
i \c \0'( .: OGai \Oo Manse. YMCA has been postponed because J '
of the serious Illness of
al ; ..d :, RANGING FROM
i 'otc : "t,rk MarchewkaBrownMiss Commander Mastlck's wife.

.... Dorothy Eldlne Brown, CARD OF THANKS 39c ,
.' .. ... A i:2 I
,I... L I granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs.J. ,L' L"
.' .C'\o; ..' ., I S. Austin and PI. Sgt. A., F. To the many"'f rlenda, who In ti m
Marchewka of Washington State, our bereavement have offered to K ., ::::7 c ,07C7t
were married Oct. 28, in Jackson their heiR and sympathy we wishto I
ville, N. C. PI. Sgt. Marchewka express our sincere thanks and $25.00.
USMC, is now stationed in Camp appreciation.The +
Sejeune, N* C., where they will family of Mrs. Fred A..

Visit Our Bar, live for the ,present. Scott. Men's Sets . Men's Soap Sets . Fitted Leather.. Cases . DopP

t .. Kits . Bill Folds . Playing Cards .' Poker Chips Stationery .
s ;' Newly Decorated
; frI r .,. Tobacco and Pipes . .
p, sM i'' In A Clever .

MarineMotif B - b 35c

I'o Don't know whether I can come Ing forward to a Thanksgivingdinner

down to earth long enough after of roast turkey and cherry t3 to
dI 1 P that thrilling election to write a pie , The turkeys and cher- c ftif07Y3aby J
few lines'or not, but anyway, ries are' already waiting! . .
...' I'll' try' . My favorite Presi- |

,. '.' dent hear, won lots,,again of others and from around what here I Vandlviere Spotted taking an' Jotted, over: the Blanche dutiesof t.1I>,o='-'-'- '--"IOo.cID"IOo.cID' * V

"SIZZLING are :Just as pleased as I am t.. Thelma Cooper at BHS . \
Jack Fields, the unofficial poet Billy Colson '(Aviation Cadet) Soap Sets ., Rattlers, all designs. . Baby Books . Food Warmers

ylr n a:; S. T E'A' K laureate of Bradford County, was visiting his grandparents, the ". Baby's Pal Stuffed Animals Banks . ster'
; ,'" ,1.* 'LCCBSTER.SHRIMH: even inspired to sit down and Lemuel Cplsons, and having the ., Pull Toys . .'

4 "dash off the following epic lines: pleasure of escorting his moat at- ling Silver Cups. . Comb and Brash Sets . : '
M ,. Hey, Tom Dewey,_ tractive cousin. Ann Wilt, to
Who made your britches? church: . Gloria (Johns) -

; ;cw CHICKE'i'f" 0 The GOP eut them out Greene succeeding Betty (Green)
And Roosevelt sewed the Bitch at the Health Unit . TOYS & GAMES
SOc 9.95Dump.
stitches! Bernice Opperman and Lou Lindsay to

I selected a* team captains: to Puzies
i Ralph Rhodes departed fort Miami I aid the 6th War Loan Drive at .Trucks . Jeeps . Stuffed Animals . Tea: Sets .
t. '., yesterday for a rest and reassignment Blanding . Add things I miss:
1 .
.. \ ". Drove down in Koch's fountain , i Call St. Just Checkers -. Bingo. . 'Picture and Story Books '
1 SANDWICHES wr the snazzy Ford road 11 e r he doesn't seem right without it
bought soon after his return . .
SALADS home from C.B.I. t..o After he ,-
left the family made a quick Well) maybe by next week I'll CARPENTER7THE
+ made' to : check-up to see If there was be recovered from the election
Fik order
:. inough left on their ,autos to and able to give you lots of news
drive 'without falling to pieces '. ? Right now I'm atlll In the
. Seems every time they turned throes of that post-election let-
their backs Ralph would snitch down . I Just wanna relax ; REXALL DRUG STORE
s 325 TEMPLE AVENUE another gadget to put on his pet at 'least until the Homecominggame

-. The W. L. Blairs leave today tonight . So long . Starke -- Phone 64 Florida
or Eldorado, Kansas --
to visit See you there <. .
their daughters . They're look- --Carolyn.

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IBiTS of LOCAL NEWS Mrs. Carrie Ingram spent the former Miss hazel Thomas of --
week-end with friends in Brooker. Brooker. ; Hutto AssignedTSgt overseas, has been reassignedfrom : | ner and spent a 21 day leave herewith
Sgt and Mrs. Lonnie MarUn the Miami Redistribution
have INN DEE FAXON Tlllman F Hulto. who his parents, Mr and Mrs.L .
to their i
gone home in Tenn. Center to serve an an Instructor
IrenE oewis was in Galnes- Pvt. Herbert Green of Cherry essee to be with Sgt. Martin's ACMM:! and Mrs. W D. Faxon, I recently returned to the states, In Amarillo Air S. Hulto. before reporting to
morning on busl- Point, N. C., was home with relatlves mother, who is ill. announce the birth of a daughter after Army Bane In''
ltonda:v ? 4 completing his 80 missions Texas. He was an engineer Miami.
over the weekend.Mr. Mr. and :Mrs.! J. E. Zevin havea on November 2, at St. Vin- gun-
?? jivtck, USN, of Jack- and Mrs. W. B. Mundy, Jr., new granddaughter born to cent's Hospital 1 n Jacksonville.The ';".::, ", ;';R ''':.::'_ ."," 'c?,:--:-," ,::;.:,'_:::::::".-.o l .""J Lw.-: ; :-"!
e and Ywereevisiting, of visited In Gainesville, Sunday aft. their dau g h t e r, Mrs Thomas baby has been named Donna
a peach at ernoon. Bress in New York City. Dee. ACMM Faxon Is home on
leave from Memphis, Tenn.
sot i T-4 Sgt. Richard St. John Capt. and Mrs. Laymond of
is vlsitL -
E I who is sta- spent the week-end with his parents San Antoine, Texas, were visiting Mr. and Mrs Floyd King, Law- SEE OUR
lOB Corner Mr. and Mrs. V. S. St. John. Mr.
Sound School and Mrs. W. M. Wimberley ley, son born Oct. 27.
f at the Fleet He la stationed. in Ft. Jackson, over the weekend.The Mr. and Mra. Mlsck Mercer,

W5.1ge. Nate Dyal and S.C.Mr. Rt. Rev Frank A. Juhan Starke, daughter born Oct. 28. OIL & WOOD
k Nipper were in Jackie and Mrs, F. F .Stump will was here Tuesday of this week, Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Kelly, :
alley Monday.and'as guests this week-end and attending to business pertaining Starke, daughter born Nov. 4.
shopping Bernard Nagler part "Of next week their daugh- to a meeting the church lie Mr. and Mrs. Paul H. Gun-rant, ,f ,l
Mrs.furlough at the ters, 'Ensign Evelyn Stump of la the Episcopal Bishop of Flor- Lawtey, daughter born Nov. 6. ,
pending a parents, In Key West and Mrs. William H. Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Pigott HEATERS
.of Mrs. Nagler's Tompson and ida.Cpl. Starke, born Nov. 2.'
Lro, New Jersey.ADZES' ., / Isbad, New Mexico.small son of Car lea and Mrs. Roderick Schar- daughter :
had as weekend guests, their n
Miss Madeline Lecin left Mon mothers, Mrs. Edith Hall and Mrs. BUY NOW Wit ILK OUR
day night to stay until "Friday Marion Wallace, both of Niagara A beautiful
with friends In Tampa. Falls, N. Y. STOCK IS COMPLETE

Mr. and Mrs. I. Lecin and Miss Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Sparks and service results -
Madeline Lecin had as week-end daughter were visiting: their \}
guests, Pvt. Julius Kurtz and Cpl. nephews in Gainesville Sunday from an understanding M $][6.50
Robert May of Camp Blanding.Mrs. afternoon. Luther Sparks Is homeon up
Samuel Goldman has just leave from Honolulu Hawaii, effort.The .
returned from a three-week visit and Allen and Lee Crouch are on
,in New York City. On her waj leave from their duties with the

home, she was met in Jacksonville Navy. Another nephew, Byron last wen ice 1 IN WARDROBES __ -_ _ $34 to $39.50
J by her husband and son and Sparks, was home several weeks .,
In reality a tributeto
daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. I ago after service overseas and is ODORA CLOSETS -.. .. . .$12.50 up
BAGS Nat Gold man of Ozark Ala. now stationed In Texas. a loved one. The
They shopped in Jacksonville be- Mrs. W. J. McMillan and small final opportunity to YOUTHBEDS (Complete) _ _ _ $39.50 '
5,95 to $8.95 fore. returning. son have gone to Pittsburg Pa., how the family'srespe4t.
James Holllngsworth of Nash to stay for an indefinite time. : To ma.kt"the BASSINETS - .----.- '- ___ . $8.50 1 1CHILD'S
vllle, Tenn.. was visiting his While they' are gone they hopeto
The father, F. C. Hollingsworth and see Pvt. McMillan, who Is stationed last rites a PLATFORM. ROCKERS (Springs) ._ $16.50 .
friends here last week. in Topeka, Kan. of beautyis
Smart Shop :Mr. and Mrs. Jack Friedler Mrs. Freddy Ross has gone to memory our task a task SAMPSON CARD TABLES - .. _ _ _ $5.50 :.
moved Tuesday into their new Camp Rucker, Ala., t 0 spend
Adjacent, to P. O. home recently purchased from some time with her husband. Sgt. for which experience A Few Re-Conditioned Electric Radios -
Boyd Holloway.ANNOUNCING. Rosa. *, training and

Zack_____ Brown was .In.. _RtnrlrA__..._ facilities fit uw. We; i
Tuesday to cast his vote. He will -. . .. ._. .
spend the winter with relatives
in Chicago.S. ThompsonWilliams IT'S A FACT YOU CAN DO BETTER AT '

The Opening of R. Johns, Jr., returned home
Saturday to Inc.FUNERAL .
stay after'serving In
I the Merchant Marine since last

LUE GRILL & TAVERN away April. he Most spent of the in England time he was and DIRECTORS John H. Denmark Furniture Co. '

Gainesville Fla:
was hospitalized for month be-
fore _
211 EAST 10th STREETNear returning home. Phone 433
( North End of S.A.L. Depot) Mrs. S. E. Brownlee, Mrs. J. M. .
Brownlee, Mrs. Jos. E. Wilson - -"" -----
Mrs. May Dickens and :Madge
OUR Brownlee we rein Jacksonville
Sunday visit I n g Mrs. Earl H.
Johnson and small son, also Mrs.A. '
IICKEN OYSTERS V. Long, who are in River t
side .
SHRIMP Hospital.Mrs.. I. P. Shepherd went to
Tampa Wednesday where she is
1 1-2 LB. SIRLOIN STEAK visiting relatives. iSsTOYLANDYou i J.

Friends here of Mrs. A. V e
Long regret to know that she is
In Riverside Hospital, in Jack- ,
I sonvilfo, where she underwent an I I.
NAT SEZ: J operation. ,
.' ,. ,' JI Mrs. James Godbold J'of Jack. (

<< guess_ Now we that can the all eleetlob settle down Is over and, I this sonville week spent with several her sister days Will Be Amazed At The Array of Toys .J-- > i rl

go bark to work. Looks like S. S. Dowling, who la yltc sick.

.... } j, Franklin and Eleanor have. sure : Pvt. Wm. T. Jackson spent a :'ti-., .:- /( homettteadcxl the"blte. House, : 10 day leave here with his wife ,
\; but If you ask me, I think they're and small son, and his mother, ft
pretty good tenants. Anyhow, Mrs. Carl Jackson. He has been More---So
the OP A won't let you put folks transferred from Camp Blandingto tcg When These Are Gone We Cannot, Promise Buy Now ,
out In the street as long as they Ft. Meade, Md.
behave themselves. and pay the Mrs. E. R. Smyth and Mrs. 11 ; 'J
rent. So let,. forget the election Bertha P e a r c e were visiting I
and go back to helping win the friends in Gainesville Monday.Mrs. i :
war. Bertha Pearce has as DOLLS Soft andCuddly J.
guests this week, her sister, Mrs. :
W. T. Saxon of Oakland Park, .
and her niece, Mrs. S. M. Sim-
mons of Petersburg, Va. . s."s -4 ,
It Warrant Officer and Mrs. O. A. P (\
x Want to lie nun of
Smith left Wednesday to spenda I
month In Little Rock, Ark., and D f '.t seeing a'' happy 11,

Salt Lake City with relatives.Mrs. f smile Christmas. ,
r morning' ? Then '
M. W. Cressler and chil- t I I' iP
/ e&j dren and Miss Madge Brownlee ', buy one of these
spent Saturday in Jacksonville. o I totlay-before they fr '
/ Patrolman R. C. Poindexter of are all gone! ".' I
the Florida Highway Patrol, who P :
has been examiner here for sev- I '
eral months, was transferred this !
week, to Lake City. He is being Adorable STUFFED ANIMALS : F
replaced here by Patrolman
Weaver of Lake City. ,
Mrs. J. M. Brownlee spent PANDAS, TEDbY IIE'AIlS. WOOLEY now;; 1
Thursday in Jacksonville visitingher p CIRAFFES. KANGAROOS ELEPHANTS AND .
daughter, Mrs. Earl Johnsonand o jJ\ MANY OTHERS IN OUR COLLECTION. !J '
"I, I her new son, Earl Holt Johnson ,
/ Jr.
4 Dr. Adams' mother, Mrs. G. E.
Adams and his two sisters Mrs. : GAMES GAMES GAMES
R. D. Heese and Mrs. R. R. Tur-
nlpseed of Jacksonville, were visiting
Mrs. H. H. Adams, Sunday. g Table and Chair Sets SAln'DA.RTS

Birth Announcements Rocking Horses \ GAME Y IS

fI 'k Sand Pails Co '

w -' ,.,. o ; Holster Sets

,, y A ,. Pull Toys L J I I'q


Washington.Mr. and Mrs.D. C.,M.have C. announced Stith of- r k and many fler!{ ,:,

... items
the birth of daughter! on : ., '
Nov. 4. The baby baa been named -
I. Sandra Beth. Mrs.. Stith I'a I .. t.'
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Airplanes, Trucks, Tanks, J"

Brownlee of Stark- Trains and other Mechani r
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The gift that every girl Is delighted to find EARL H. JOHNSON", JR.. EVERY SIZE and STYLE.
under the tree on Christmas' morning is slips. Mr, and Mrs. Earl H. Johnson (I --.w i>": ical,Toys to Delight the
No one ever has too'many of these;precious un.ergarments. have announced the birth of* son ''He .rts of Boys and Girls. ;J
3, In Riverside Hospital,
have on ,
For this reason we '
rounded up the most beautiful'very selection of slips named Jacksonville.Earl Holt The baby Johnson has been Jr. Buy ,your Xmas tags, seals, rib- J)

be found anywhere. All of them well tailoredto Mrs. Johnson will be rememberedhere bon, bells, candles now. Supplies You Never Dreamed You'd Be Able To Buy Toys tt \
fit . some with lace trim-HSome plain. as Miss Martha Brownlee.Mr. Like These In Starke. Our ifr
choose limited this Toy Department Has
tea rose, blue or white. Johnson Is stationed for the are year. .
present> in Enid" Okla., where be r Been Trebled In Size ,
Is an aviation student with the

$2.98 Army Air Forces. r -

JANICE Petty Officer TERESA 2-c and THOMAS Mrs Resale

R. Thomas announce the birth r I KOCH DRUG
of. a daughter Janice Teresa, on
Oct. 8 In St. Vincent's Hospital, STOREJ.
Jacksonville. Petty Officer
Sternberg'si Thomas Is now stationed at Gulf.
port, Miss. Mrs. Thomas Is the .
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,: m ',' Hints To Housewives I up A for type lack of of breakfast it. .. to be WHAT TO FIND IN STARKETHEATRES, GIFTS! LAND SAKES! ,

I; : A GOOD URKAKFAST frowned on Is coffee with pie or 'WHY
t r without fruit, cereal, SAVE TIME CONSULT THIS DIRECTORY
tI I V By Anna Mae SI keg doughnuts BAKE? ""
I'" Extension Nutritionist or milk. Sometimes it includes .'
j' )' eggs or meat, but it is still a FOR INFORMATION\ OF CAMP BLANDING SHOPPING When you ran ,
Home-makers should plan the J
I poor breakfast The high-calorie AND RECREATIONAL CENTER get such delicious .
morning meal so that each member ,
foods like doughnuts or pie t.ayby" I cakes andpantries 1
of the family sits down to "
\ S i well for several hours to FOOD at . .
which have high
Citrus is first varieties proven
'w. a breakfast which Includes (depending and the beverage. Start Your
;: > : upon family food preferences the next meal, but the total meal choice as a breakfast fruitanaverage yielders of grain and good pro- P081.Wa
''in p kinds of food. Camp Diner TIIELAPPE Planning
lacks important Other and Now
I income, and the war-time serving of 4 ounces or ducers of grazing !
t S food supply) fruit or fruit juice, What Is the right kind of half a glass of orange juice or Davis Sandwich Shop older varieties can be used for O
I ; a whole grain or enriched cereal breakfast Well, the breakfast half a grapefruit /goes far toward Frank's Fine Food grazing, even though they may BAKERY
,J' with milk,, or an egg, bacon or might include fruit or fruit juice, meeting vitamin C needs for the Jerry's be susceptible to rust, which pre- PLACE YOUR OIUJEI
1a? sausage; whole grain or enriched bread and butter or fortified Pearl's Place vents good grain yields. For central NOW FOR THE
r:1 ki" bread,, and butter or fortified I margarine, milk cereal or other day.When planning breakfast its Milligan'aGIFTS Florida the new variety, LOWING ,> rOt
: ,main dish. For children all menus Florida 167 has outstanding PLUBENDIX
margarine; and a beverage. well to remember that It is the proven SOLDIERS SAILORS CpA:
I should include at least one in but all avail- -
:: Everyone should eat a break first meal after the longest In- grain yields -
glass of milk or a hot drink food. able seed of this variety have
, fast that will provide enough terval in 24 hours without AND MARINES:
I g nourishment until lunch. It la made of mUk.ChUdren So it l Is literally "breaking. a Gislain's been placed for this year.A .
S'd ; better to get up a few minutes can eat virtually everything -' fast Hollywood Camera number of farmers also are
11\,\.' i earlier than to risk sickness and their elders have for' Children need to get about one- and Gift Shop growing rye for grazing;, and HOME LAUNDRY
breakfast except tea or coffee. I' third of the day's food at breakfast -
IV!, fatigue by eating a skimpy breakfast this crop succeeds well on many -
It+k':," 4 ? or no breakfast at all. Food So with milk or cocoa for the I, Older persons need from Wonder Gift Shop types of soils. HOT
r f\),\,; + I' ., t '' /ia fuel and breakfast la the first! children, one menu will do for. one-fourth to one-third 'of theday's I POINT
:'1 MILITARYSUPPLIES These small grains can be i
meal after a long fast. all. food at breakfast depending REFRIGERATORS
lt'a;:,;,; I
satisfactorily Oc-
planted through
ij ri,I" When allow childrentoneglect You the different' on the lunch and dinner each RANGES
: o parents can vary / tober and even Into early Novem-
F If '. ,a : breakfast, it's unfortunate parts of breakfast from day to I gets., Some have a hot lunch WATER
t ber, and farmers with short HEATERS
)" because very often the children day-the fruit, the kind of bread or full dinner, while others may Ben Suslow's Army StoreGislain's feeds advantage sup- They all
% plies of are taking -
dinner at -
I miss the hot family
have no chance later to make the cereal or other main dish, .
,'r'., II I noon and get only a light sup of them.Farmers Aa These Become Avail 1
'I' per. P. S. Stores who may be inclined LIKE to EATat able We Will Fill Order
Shafkin's to doubt the benefits of bountiful In
Rural Commonsense The Stag supplies of home-grown feeds the of Al tioD(
Wonder ft ShopMRS. may convince themselves of their
S' I / HOME-PRODUCED FEEDS PHOTOGRAPHYHollywood value by thinking back a few
OFTEN MEAN DIFFERENCE years and comparing the general CAMPDINER RADIO
(' BETWEEN: PROFIT LOSS Camera & financial condition and welfare
I BESSIE DAVIS, PROPRIETORjfrBMMWflfe Fortunately, high prices for the Gift Shop of the farmers in their county
,, r things they sell are not blinding I "", during the years of heavy feed SERVICE
Florida, farmers to the need for TAVERNSBlanding production as against years of
Food and feed crops produced at light fed yields."Gypsy .

,, CIUttSTMAS I home. Encouraging reports from Center BarBob's Corner Call & Cherry .
,, ; J 'all over the state are to "the effect Tavern Wildcat"Features
Choose Early that farmers who harvested! .
short feed crops this fall are endeavoring
Featuring the best

?i }' +"u 'f
,Jib'-' ;;. OF crops to make up the difference. Playing at the Park Theatre. Steaks & Chops
In. addition to having to pay Sunday, Monday and Tuesday,
6000 high prices for purchased feeds, ,.- Ritz will be "Gypsy Wildcat':, starring Open 9 A. M.-9 P.M. SERVICE
i 1 ati Maria Montez, with Jon Hall and
farmers realize that they
may Daily Except Thursdays 226
Temple Ave.PEARL'S ,
1 not be able to obtain all the there. Peter Coo It tells the story of
GIFTS ANDSOUVENIRS needed feeds from the outside. Fortunately, seed are available Carla, the "gypsy wildcat" who .
Feeds too of becomes the center of her band's
are none plentiful several new strains of oats I
throughout the country and especially adapted to western tug-of-war with the evil Baron -
feeders in other areas will have Florida,, Quincy Red, Quincy I who wants to marry Carla.

I'first claim on the feeds produced White .and Florllee being the new' The Baron pins a false murder PLACE
. I charge on the band and insists
that It is only by marrying him
s. Something AppropriateFor TOWN and FARM that Carla can save her friends.
Jon Hall succeeds In winning the STEAK CHOPS
Every Member of the Family I //in II! release of the band and also wins
WARTIME Carla from her gypsy sweetheart


tl ,, MEATS, FATS-Red r
R and stamp with "Do Not Open AS through 28 and A5 th
r K5, good indefinitely. No BEERSandwiches

fit ) ( 'Til Xmas": Seal stamps PROCESSES until December FOODS-3, BUY MORE THAN BEFORE

Stamps AS through Z8 and ,
through R 6; 'good ,

OLD SARGE'S S3 and W5 become good

,r 1 No and new'stamps remain good until Do It r.ftsell-Home NOW OPEN 321 Temple Ave

PLACE ber SUGAR-Sugar 1. Stamps, 30 S" aAI

32 and 33, each good for PERMANENT WAVE KIT
STARKE'S ORIGINAL pounds indefinitely. Sugar C'ampl.t.wilbIUlrJ,.,,
V'1 r to, good for five pounds of Ti's emir to do and hstnnuosndiniveMt...fur", tvory typ.of i9
I heir' Vur.n1.Imm rimuw-IK lure auk.
" ning sugar through fur ,ovw 8 uuutua IIUI ARMY STORE] next year. i ( )
54 GASOLINE-In J7 East

%r ,,1 1 Authorized by, the 'War Department three States,gallons A-ll coupons each through, good $64

' S '" '1 Operated by an ExSoldierHEADQUARTERS -, vember 8.
rA r ,V FUEL OIL-Period 4 :
coupons and new period 1 Question

h w r for all pons, good throughout. 9.
t' ( H - heating year. pro'I

SHOES-AIrPlane Stamps y SOS

Military Supplies stamp and 2,good good November indefinitely.1. ( What is more

More Sujcalr Coming
%. refreshing and .
relaxing -
Ir Housewives who have

Novelties & Jewelry worthless their sugar because stamps their I than a few

.fib sugar shelf was bare may, CLOCK & WATCH pleasant hours
'; hope, now that the War
Administration promises REPAIRING with good friends
Ben Suslow'sArmy t ,
up production from the .
sugar-beet factories In the 0 over a bottle of t.
and Midwest. On mellow
: Store ,: lower the nation's than sugar on any Inventory date ALL 'WORK

1935. the first '
I' You're nothing
209 E. Call Street Starke, Fla. months) of this year. 483,000 right. .
4I more of sugar were -
r like
in theU.. S. than in the it eici's. .
I ''I SAb period of 1943. Most of the "
crease went to civilian usage TheSTAG
preserving and canning. In TAVERN:
\1' FAIL TO form or another, civilians
most of the increase-in
ing, canning of fruits and Carter Bldg., Starke Bob Jones, Mgr.SHAFK1.N'S.

V VISIT I I tables In larger-than-normal I IL..

4! Rom where I sit. Joe Marsh; .
a fl -, .&y


Next To Davis Bar .. Recipe for\a ---

{, Where You Will, Get V-Mail ,Letter //5.---' .. jI

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HAMBURGERSMade Read the other day. about- a G.I. and rememberl! The backyard

.overaeuwhorecelvedanlnsta11- games . the fishing I
From anent notice from the Income tax trips . the picnics with the
collector.He wrote back "Over chicken sandwiches and Ice cold
here even a letter from :you Is beer.
N Ground from home."
news From where X sit,the least we THE STORE,
r k SIRLOIN STEAK A gag, of course-bat with an can do Is write those V-Mall let-
4 1; is overtone of truth about it.More ten often-let our men know
than anything else,the men like that those little things they miss ALL SOLDIERS KNOW

,. t Swift's I Pure Florida getting letters)from home.More so much-from the baigamesto
4 than anything; else, our V-Matt the be! r-are still here,waiting
OGS | letters can help to keep: up tr-el*( ,for them tin they come back

,,4 HOT ORANGEADEOPEN morale. home. .< ENUF SED !

What to write about? That's a tJf - ....
1 EVERY DAY TIL 12 MIDNIGHT the easiest thing of all For It's .C7 ( ,.

the little things they dream of t i Jewelry Gifts Uniforuty.wht
ipl Closed All Day Each Friday

sS, r t No. 102 of a Strict ".r:''y,. Copyri t,1944 sawing hJurty FuuubOo
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. e . 1 S e home Wednesday accompanied by Mrs. Reese Bradley and son, dreau and Civil Air Patrolman nicely with an Interesting groupof .

Farm her parents who will be with her Clinton, of Jacksonville, who were Jack Andreau all of Lake City guest speakers, Including the JERIY'S-JERRY'S-JERRY'S

ate during the winter season. their guests. from Friday until and 3-c Petty Officer Hugh D. Rev. C. K. Jackson, Jr., of Daytona -
WhttfieldL Mrs. Rosa Watts of Chatta- Sunday, spent Saturday with Mrs Lee of Jacksonville Naval Air Beach Dr. George F. Tib- CI) c-
1\1'". ryan hoochce and Julian Watts of Gerald Cox and daughters in Base.
e e e e e e e bets and the Rev. Gordon Purdyof E-A-T
e e BOgaloosa, La., visited Mr. and DcLand. Mr. and Mra. J. M. Moncrief Parlr- t-the.Pa.lmll!, Keystone H-E-R-E

CU'B MEETING: Mra. Lynwood Watts from Tues- Last week-end Mrs. H. M. and Mils Lorene Moncrief are Heights. The pastor, Fred Dodd,
; meeting of the day until Thursday of last week. rticharde and children, Jane and now at home to their friends In has been In constant attendanceand ffi IF YOU LIKE HOME COOKING 4.h .
t week'S Miss Esther Crews, Miss Mel- Henry, visited Mr. and Mrs. J. '
Mrs. Godwin their home on the highway near filled the pulpit] on Saturday en
Club. J.aotese. Bingo verna Thornton and J. E. Ormond H. Rltch and Mrs. A M. Rlcharde Heilbronn Springs.Mr. evening. .ttt. .

were were baptized by Rev. William visited Mrs. John Ewouds and Mrs. T. H. Hogan and Out of town relatives and I I
eMrse Dave I Wilson of the Raiford Baptist In JacklK>nvllle.
Otto Skolnik re- Church in the Baptistry of the Mrs. Charles Priest was notified son Lonnelle. have moved-back friends atendlng the funeral of I CHILI - HOT DOGS
Turney to Jacksonville
Mra Charles Lake Butler Baptist Church on Thursday that her husband, Mrs Ava Turner 'on Thursday M
ely. Mrs. I A. Sunday afternoon. S. Sgt. Priest, was killed In action Mrs. I. Hertz and son, Ronald, last were: Mr. and Mrs R,, J.

&I'd. P 1 and McLendonMre Mra. P. D Fancher* Marie Wiggins of Hampton over Priest Germany, October 13. Sgt. ef of Mr.Starke and were Mra.overnight B. Herahfleld guests Turner, and Mr. and Mra.,Newton SPECIALTY sg

.d the players at the re- spent Saturday with Helen Whit- bomber.was Friends tall sympathize gunner on with a and MM. David Skolnlk, Monday.Pvt Turner of Lakeland Ga.; tJ: Call St. Next Door To Western Union pe len \
Lnt hour when Mrs. God- field.Misses'' : and Mrs. Albert Stafford R. S. Turner of Valdosta Ga;
Mrs. who la
sandwiches, potato Lila Rae and Peggy Priest now with her Mr. and Mrs. Audrey H. Turner,
rved Caldwell were guests of Misses brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and announce the birth of a daughter J,E R R Y S J E R R Y'
,and coffee. Mrs. J. P. Warren. I Iris Louise, in .the Farm Hospitalon ?tlr, and Mrs. S. C. Tilly, Mrs. S J ERR Y' S
Merry Beth and Nancy Knight October 28. R A, Turner and son, R. A. Jr.,
tr mending a week with in Starke last Tuesday night. J, R. Kite returned from his Owen Simmons and Mrs ,Theo.
rents Mr. and Mrs. H. Lee Mr. and Mrs. J. M.: Bradley : home town, Elizabethtown, Tenn.,; Mr. and Mrs. E. O. Land and Simmons of Jacksonville; Mr. and

t. In Crossvllle, Tenn.. Miss I S 2-c Jimmie Bradley, Leslie and where he visited relatives for a I Mr. and Mra. A. C. Davfa and Mrs. Marvin Norwood of Waldo '
returned to her I Carolyn Bradley and Mr. and week. children, Melveen. Joyce and Clif- a s
Dunbar i
e i iI I and Mrs. Lettie Parker of Sta rke,
ton, enjoyed and fishingat
I Mr. and Mrs. Vance
Geiger Miss Lucile Green and Mills !
and son, Bradley] of Jacksonville I Hampton Lake Saturday. Margie Sloanor are. spending this 11 9
and Mrs. Dave Thorntonhad
spent Sunday with Mr. and Mra. week as guests of Mr. and Mm.J. J. M. Bradley and family as visitors during the past H. Saxon. For the past few
week Mr. and Mrs. Cleve Bran- .g
Mrs. C. H Cope and Mrs. Les- nen Mrs. J. C. Kitchens and Mr. weeks they have made their homeIn GvcrgtoJg vC5'Jh1
ter Dobbs visited relative in Jacksonville, but, will leave
and Mrs Cecil Brannen of Lake
Jacksonville from Wednesday until -' shortly for Miss Slossor' homeIn
DOLLS Butler Mr. and Mrs. y
Saturday of last week. I Thornton of Archer and Mrs. Ohio.

Luncheon guests of Mr. and Lester Hall and son Lynn, of The weekly motion picture held
Mrc. R. H. Cox' last Wednesday j Lakeland. Mrs. Dave Thorntonand In the school auditorium on Fri
were Mrs. Coy Cox and little her guest. Mrs. Kitchens day nights has changed Its date

.. daughter, Carolyn, and Mrs, Car- were with relatives In Gainesvilleand this week to Saturday, Nov. 11,
ol Hamrick and: young son, Car- Archer, Friday. 8 p. m. A picture of unusual Interest .
ol, jr., of Apopka. to the young people will be -
Visitors of Mr. and Mra. J. A. ABOUT ..'
shown at this time.
THEY WILL BE SCARCE THIS Mr. and Mrs. W. W. McCraryand Chesser last week were Mr. and
Miss Elsie Hyatt of Jackson Mrs. E. W. Rosier Mra. Bernice CARD OF THANKSWe
XMAS. SELECT YOURS NOW! ville spent last weekend with Mr. Nickerson and Mrs. J. W. Moody the children of Mrs. Ava ,;

DON'T DISAPPOINT THE LITTLE and Mrs. P. D. Fancher. and sons, JImmie and Billy, of Turner desire to express our deep
Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Hastings. Mr. and Mrs. Earl appreciation for the kindness q7f I'
FOLKS. We Will Be Glad To Lay Chesser and children and Mrs. ".
Martin Griner were Mr. and Mra. given us during the brief Illness It,'
One Away.WE R. S. V. Mantling of Melrose.] J. A. Cheaaer had spent Tuesdaywith and death of our dear Mother. ,
Petty Officer 3-c, and Mrs. Mrs. Moody. For the beautiful Floral Offeringsand

ALSO HAVE MANY OTHER TOYS'e Enlce Bradshaw and children of . a e . . e e every expression of sympa-
Atlantic Beach were with Mr. and thy, we are most grateful. n
Them Mrs. R. H. Cox during the past Mrs. E. C. Rife '
Monogram Camp BlandingGISLAIN'S
week-end. Hampton Mrs. Bert HlnaonK.

Friends regret that R. P. Stub- I J. Turner A

bins, sr., fell and broke his hip i e fly e .Mrs.e e M.e C..Sweeney e . : e Audrey H. Turner / odcJI
]last Wednesday 'and has had: to

be in the Farm Hospital as a Mrs. Merle Rahme entertainedher i-v ('lIu'.r ('OI'IIT, 11I''UI"OIiU
result of his injury. <' Christian Sunday School] ('''::11''.
Alter spending the week-end class] "The Juniors", at a Hal]- Paula. MoMuken. Plaintiff. v". Oliver 9 '"f Daily
Next to' Koch's,Drug Store with Mrs. Manassa and their lowe'en party at her home Tuesday Mc'Makrti, hefendant Cane N>. Restaurant t t Hours! }Except Tuesday
children at the home of Mr. and I night Oct. :31. Appropriate
.. , Mrs. W. G. Strlngfellow Lieut. onnF.n 011' rltr+LfCAT1ON
-- - - ------oO> I games were played out-of-doors AND NOTK'RTO!: API'ICAPam.R'Ir
George Manassa returned' to his and welnera were roasted, cold ; ow FI-OHm to: Oliver
'home In Atlanta, Ga., Sunday.Mr. I drinks and sandwiches were also k MrMnkp'n: whoRe reMdenre In* un-

and Mrs. J. W Woodward I. enjoyed. A very pleasant time nnwni You I are required to appear on
The Latch StringIs 'were guests of Mr. and Mrs. was had by all the little folk I December lull. ll>44. In the iihoviinameil If 'ou're '
William Floyd in Gainesville, on ('ourt and eases, whereinnlnlnlltr looking
I present seeks rtlvnro. Tlrndrnrd0nnniv j 4
Sunday. I' L. D. Eiland and. Mrs.;: J. T. Guy Telegraph. shall pnhllwh this. ,
Always Out Mrs. J. R. Rye of Macclenny attended the Method District I Order Witness l In next inv four hand wv\, ,: official!1--a., ", for the best

came Saturday to visit her son- Meeting held at the Church In i sent I tAt KtarUo. Klurl'la, this Nqv-
in-law] and daughter Mr. and nmh.r 1141.
Hawthorne Thursday of last week. (OFFICIAL CHUM A. J. ThornnK. ;
Mrs Lawrence!" Dugger. Misses Betty and Martha Home An Clerk: of said ('nsrt.J. .
week Mr. and A, Harrlunn, *
During the past JackHonvllle FlorIda -
entertained few of their
Mrs. I. J. Williams had aa guests friends a Hallowe'en young Ally for plf. 1I110-H.UII!| |
on with an
Mrs. E. L. Hewitt and two sons HAMBDRCERS :
out-door party. Traditional games iv. rmrriT, 'Of'II". nn\i poiin
Misses Jetta Lee and Eileen An- 'were enjoyed.' : Assorted candles, .t'KUV..uf' 'rY* FI.OIIII1 11 IN' <'!!,*'%- .' ,

cakes and drinks were served,
Y Futon R Howard. Plaintiff, v*
r' ''' and those participating in this Wattee T., Howard, Defendant $nd IW
frolicsome Case No. X 4 09.OHMRH I
fun were: Harvene
nil' PtTOLrrATtOMAND ,
>I>r\I 11* aEII. REAL Watteruon Norma Sweeney Bar- NOTIPR TO APf'I All *
J OJLJtlUUJl liersTd STATE OF FLORIDA to: Walter OT-
bara, Betty and Martha Horne;
Orrmttmt advertiser of eoni.- T,. Howard whose renldenrA Im 220 *>>
try property. !(.. made over Dorothy Eiland, Dicky May, Cyril Narle Avenue, New York. N. Y. oesi
/3.0OO .a'.o of Ilomea. Plckren Bert Hlnson, Elmer] Gay You are required to appear on
Aer..11'.. Barer* from all over tae and D. L. .Thomas. December 11th 19... In the shovenamed
) World. Free open lIotlaJr. Court and cause, wherein ,
E. REALTY AGENCY Harmon Morgan, U. S. Army, nlalntlff murk divorce Bradford ft
County Telegraph Khali nihllnh thin
and Mrs. h
Morgan are enjoying a
Order In next tour weekly Immen.Wltne . ,
Represented visit here this week with the mr hund and. offlnlal a
former's mother, Mrs. Jessie Mor seat at ntarhe' Florida this Nov. tow ,;
Locally byF .
I emh r 4th. I*44. j
116 S. Walnut St. series of meetings at the A* Clerk of said Cniinrt TRYMILLIGAN'S
Christian Church William T> Mnriran. Jarknonvllle i I
a I are progressing ,
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4ik ter, Mrs. P: T. Joiner of Palatka] :1 Recent Storm, Demolished Hampton Store WSO MembersMet Piano StudentsOf Jares Deano] Marshall Thoanas.] Edwin '

. Wilkinson two brothers, C. C. Wilkinson of Last WeekOn Mrs. Edwards Grace Crew BellyV1U1&\ I
Palatka] and H. J. Wilkinson] of _. .
\ .- -- Heard In Recital Hazen llnnle I
the U. S. morning Nov. 2,1 6
Army. ,
: :
With Masonic Rites Mrs. I
.d c'
Out of town friends and rela] ;i,,+'':"J'. M the WSO of the USO Club on Mrs. Will Edwards presentedthe June Caldwell,,, &saran by){f

',1 f( Funeral! services for Alfred] lives attending the funeral were: Temple and Washington, held an pupils of her summer music ments to those I'ef'

: Jji Jackson Wilkinson, who died Sun. Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Boyles and ;iIo'.t!' ;. '. important meeting with Mrs Lex 1 class In a recital, Wednesday, short social) periOd Preteh! .;',

' / day night alter a brief illness grandson Albert] Boyles] of Mid Green presiding. Mrs. Charles Nov 1.The wq eDJc,

"\ were held at 2:00: p. m. Tuesday dleburg. W. V. Sims of Dunnel]. 1_ # Torres was unanimously elected I|I numbers played showed : Circuit Court

I\,' at the First Baptist Church here, to the office of secretary, which that much time and work had
!! k' 'IK with Rev. L. D. Haines officiating. Ion, Mra! T. ,E. Strange of Pa I I .
r ? has been temporarily held by Mrs. been spent In their preparation The fall term
c ' t Palatka Oct. 20 Mrs. G. L. Good sir of
in and
; He was born latka, Pyt. 5-- will
& Myrtle Anderson since the resignation I and were ;enjoyed by members convene here
1 189T win ot Camp .Blandlng] and pa- of Mrs. L. W. Koch. of the winter tnualc class. 13. 1.ohday.! .

yr''l' For four years prior to his ]latka Mr. Ruby Conway of wn M, Plans were made for a covered- Those taking part In the recital

, I"?' death he was employed by the Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. dish luncheon to be given on were Ona Demorest Marg CARD OF TIIAjf KS ,
tt r' Gulf Oil Corp. here and before
',. j Thomas of Crescent City, J. _B. Saturday, Nov. 11 at one o'clock aret Monteith, Barbara Moore, We wish to thank
,; : that, for eight years was a Dottie Sue for an Our"
and In honor of Commander Seabury Lou Edwards Biggs, their acts "
at Raiford. Mills of Green Cove Springs,
), ( I prison guard Cone Mastlck chairman of the Florence Brown, Ada Edwards, our recent klndheq dI
!&k'.. i ''t Services at the graveside in Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Mill and r National Army and Navy Department I Julia. Lawson, Jeanette Priest, the many floral] IIIiI

." ,, Crosby Lake Cemetery were di.$6j family of Green Cove Springs. YMCA Committee of i Agnes Lawson, Betty Hayes funeral I of A, jS"

$ ) ti rected by the F & A. M. Lodge, Management, who will visit mostof Mary Beth Lane, and Gwendolyn Mrs. A. J. Wilkinson

U\\. of which he was a member and ST. ''MARK'S CHURCH the YMQA operated USO Shuford. : kinson, Mrs. E. M. Ed r
;: 1 under the direction of Key TholDaa.
'. were ; Clubs in Eastern and Southern Those to the
present enjoy recital
}jr McCabe Funeral Home. ; Friday J:30 WarInterceslong. Florida. -
y' l were June Caldwell, Helen] WANTED
n" bt Active pall bearers were members Clean
Mrs. Bertha Pearce, chairmanof cotta
;, Caldwell
4 +x Whitfield Peggy Kenneth No Buttons
a' : of the Masonic Lodge; A. J. Saturday Church-wide Dayof i Blghet!
,i\1; Ii ''j special] luncheons, assisted by Tyus, Jo Anne Smith, Shirley Prices paid. c
'i "' '. 1t, Thomas E. W. Hayes, Freeman Prayer. Mro. O. L..,, Beasley, will make arrangements Anne Harley, Kay'" Partney, Bradford
'Fr if 11 Re g 1 Is tel', Adolph Gay H. C. Sunday 10:00: Church School. MOAt ctacular"'damage resulting from BradfordCounty' for the luncheon" .
portion of last month's hurricane wait the demolishing -
Brown 'anI S. E. Sparks. Masons 11:00: Morning Prayer will
i r while* Mrs. .Jeanette Klncald
of a brick store building In Hampton. byMr
It- i 1, g also served as honorary pall bear Monday iO:30: !:- Ordination to *. Ethel June and operated by John Parker, the store have charge of decorations. Several -

,I, ers. j the priesthood; of the Rev. wad located next to ruins of the old Durden building The awards will be made to. volunteers -
I ;, He Is survived by his widow, damage to the Jones building resulted, when wind blew downan I on this 'ccaslon.
kh i Frances Wilkinson; his mother, Grover Alison. Mr. Alison unsupported wall of the Durden building. t f .For Lots of Low-Cost Eggs \
i Preliminary arrangements;)
4j" 7 Zllplia Wilkinson of Palatka; a extends an Invitation to all
for in community .
made cooperation a JpURINALAYENAGet'eggs
I ,' ; eon Edgar Wilkinson. USN I friends in Starve to attend e e . . e . . E. ; _
r Shepherd Describes reception for Colonel :> .
}';Jl i, somewhere in the' Pacific; a sis this 'service.
C Rose, commanding officer of i' with uniform yolks, strong

i ft" '. .-...___________..-__-.-__ .- Plan For Building LawteyBy the Station Complement at Camp ., shells, delicious flavor. Complete feed UYEW

: f. ;; Prison Chapel F. It. Curradlne Blanding. Jos. E. Wilson, Judge :' your choice, mash or pellets.

,: wnr EVERY BRANCH ..OF3njuI'ance e e . . . e . e E. K. Ferryman Mayor Charles
Having I as his topic, "The Darby W. M. Edwards, and J.

Church-The Lord's First Love", COMMUNITY DAY P. Higginbotham were appointedas SISTRUNKSEED

,! t Chaplain L. A. Shepherd of the World Community Day was observed a committee to invite Colonel ,.,,,,
at the Methodist Churchon Rose and find out what would bea a & FEED STORE
State Farm, preached at the Presbyterian -
i. the evening of Nov. 3 at 8 convenient date for him to ,

t'r Church last'Sunday and o'clock. attend the reception. Mrs. O. E. STARKE, FLA.INTERESTING oaht

'rr' during the course of his sermon Beasley was appointed general]
';t' ; '. Mrs. J. R. Wyrick of the WMU
of all
chairman In charge arrangements -
described the progress being madeon and Mrs. C. M. Worthington

R. C. WALL one of his most cherished ambltlons chairmen of the Spiritual Life Davis was, made while.chairman Mrs. L. A.of

Com. of the WSCS were the lead.
-the construction of
a hostesses; Mrs. Jeanette Kincaid

prison chapel. ers. and Mrs. Carl Knight, decoration

;( f'i Agency d :';Having served as resident chaplain A program prepared by the chairmen; and Mrs. Edward '
: Un
tted Council of Church-
Burns Invitation'chairman..
In the Florida Institution for FACTS
Women of America was carriedout
; Y Constant Service Over 50 Years more than five years, the Chap with IS women participating. Full discussion of the Christ

,<1 Itfci laln.states that the plan to provide . mas program was postponed until
The theme was "The Price of
I 1I < a chapel in the Prison, where the next meeting; however,
Please Phone 146CLASSIFIED there has never been a Church is Enduring..Peace", under the heading : I Mrs. Louis Shafkln and Mrs; Jos. About Your WatchThe
"Relief and Rehabilitation",
t !'; T ... OJ. _._._..... ._ _. a nearUvg fulfillment. Superintendent E. Wilson were put in charge _
"Economic I d e endence" and
L. F. Ch a p m a n has announced p of arrangements for filling the
"The Home Front".
; that Prison funds ,will Christmas stockings for the soldiers -
Churchwomen have in e
ADS. be used to build an adequate a part while Miss Catherine Beard
chapel In the Institution and that bringing about of an indurlng was authorized to see about purchasing i .

; a,; Churches of the State, as well as peace, by individually earnestly 500 stockings and hard

r r LOST In pnntofflca Wednesday, bill FOR SALK-S houses. with 6 lots .any Interested Individuals] and trying to carry out the living of candy to put in them.
'''t (' { ' fold tnntalnlnir valuable papers, In Hampton 1 houae 7 room. :I civic groups, are invited to help Christian principles by being informed balance_ wheel of your watch "TICKS" (OIlCIIlaII!
s + CRRh.| Finder, return with 10 Sloth and taking firm
no |please room have running by a
'. f j' g :'.4', to pout master.-Hum Brew Ion. IpFUK water, bathroom, light.. 10 provide the interior furnishingsThis stand in their communities and Gets Cash Award 5 times a second, 300 times a minute, 18,000 times an hen
has-been facilitated
room house now In furnishedapartments. plan by '
4 {'r. BALI!-Hnrvel oil refrigerator Will well. both place setting up In the Florida] Bankat in the world community for righteousness 432,000 time a day and 137 million 680 thousand time i
xi ', In line at my. home; ,Uuo, Thermwater and nearly all furniture for It Hayden T. Hughes of Route 2,
healer, nearly new Also $3,000 ealll'or Information see Starke a "Prison ChapeFund" ? developed duringthe Starke, was among' three civilian year. If this wheel were were really rolling In one direct!
i lo ao acre land adjoining truck Mrs Jessie. to be for discussion of "The Home
Morgan at Hampton. used equippingthe
It would travel 4,000 miles' In Can
Nurn. employees who received -. cash nearly one year. you MID
farming area $40 per acre. 1110.3tp Front", that Christian women as'
'' / err of 300 pecan tr.w*..,S-7 year church-ln-prison1 as It is com awards recently. at Camp Bland- '
other of that will day ta
tfi' b old, not nr..ft oil.-Mm. lj. M. Foil IIALfoJ-Jn.! Duroc one year pleted. teachers have a part In helping ing for any piece 'machinery perform
N Clark Ilrookild Farm, old Hen>. old, welch 350 )Jh!*, See W. C. school children become world i helpful suggestions. night with such constant activity on just one lutirlcatiu
: i 11 ant Himd, 2 ml. east of Stark. tf8AL1HMAN McCord at Denmar\ l\l'. FurnitureCo. Members of the Presbyterian Hughes and two other men collaborated -
minded the the children
s'l U - Itp Church, as well as the ''man y by gifts on the simplification of You change the oil' in your automobile every 1,000 mlfe
{JU4- Reliable bring.for children of other
Q v' WANT < nedy} .
Starke residents who ]
have alread
1 hustler to supply consumer with LUH'l'-I. :211: jewel. Waltbam open- ] lands, this work' being done in Quartermaster Issue of clothing to Why" not have your watch cleaned and oiled l'V4'ry"
+ + .t ti 100 household. necessities". R at. faced watch, at Baptist. Church, contributed to the Chapel] Fund, the IRTC.
r l r 'i S Hire, occupation reference., Rawi Sunday: _morn In&;. Finder please heard with great satisfaction the the Junior Red Cross. miles TIf
,i {. ,. R lelnh'B L pt. FAK-323-Y., Mem- return to f. M. Barefoot or Bradford The offering for World Relief
''S phi, Tenn. ItpMATTIIKSHIOM County Telegraph Office. announcement that Prison officials close half minute vwt
'+ was $10.68.FELLOWSI.. Armistice Prayers your watch runs aa as one a a
5.00 reward It now plan to lay the cornerstone
i l' ht of all kind renovated each "TICK" of the balance Is made with. constant accurs(
I : furniture upholstered and FOR SALti! !-Fire place or heater of the chapel next Easter ...' SUPPElt __ Saturday, Nov. 11, Armistice
t >.r, refinished. 'Drop n*. a. card. ; wood and new syrup. M. B. week; the building to be com A of 1-108 thousandth part of a second. Precision such u Uht
HASTINGS' MATTrtKSS CO., 1"nx : "butch Lawt y. Itp Fellowship Supper was heldas Day a vigil will be kept from ten
', 130 Palatka, Fla. tf pleted as materials become available usual on the first Sunday to six in St. Mark's Church.: There obtained' only from .fine watches in fine mechanlral onto
i t t WANTED-to buy a trailer. Inquire Both 'among Inmates of.the
Y of will be
evening the month at the no set service but the rector
ti t4 NOT1CU!-North Ulda, Service! Station It' should] It to IB I If
Prison and If Isn't bring
open for buclne. Cafe, at Wonder Gift Shop It citizens throughout Methodist Parsonage.. is asking that some time during your watch running as

y, w ,, Groceries, nan and 011. -, Mr. the State, there is a strong feel- Mrs. Mae Wells and Miss: Enza the day all the members cometo a free check-up. Jf It needs any work we are pn-pawd' t
1 1a ,' John W. Walker. 11-1 4tp LOST-Two poatoiflce box keysin Ing that this project for giving
li black holder. Finder please Blanchard were the hostesses. the church for a few minutes give it prompt attention. We do only first class work, s W
FLOOR sanding e n d finishing, greater emphasis to the spiritual
t, Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Hill were of prayer All friends of the
{ t + l' ,. local reference C. A. Powell; return to Mrs E.. S. Matthews life of the prisoners will succeed we thoroughly guarantee.
0' 1 y'\.' tele, tltaj Gainesville or write It guests. church are invited to join in this
' d i .'."; %" FU.: Motor Court 19-87 dtp In contributing a much needed' influence Choruses were sung before the day of prayer for national penitence -

:i r : Jt 4 TKHM1TK eradication and control WANTED Woman experiencedon the program of rehab- meal. afterward the Blb1 e St uy . and the VI"t"ry. of the,

d the Antlmlte way. C.. A. Powell alterations] or electric ma on the Miracles] 0 f Christ, as Kingdom of God. e
+ t .e; t.lephone IM3J Qalnenvllle or
a. 4 write %" Florida Motor Court. chine. Apply] Blandfng Tailors, found in Matt. 9, was conducted

, { 10-17 tl> Blanding: Center. Itp Maj. Wm. S. Lupo at the church by the Pastor. lough with his parents, Mr. and

r 4 + q, IF YUU WOULD HUT OK 8KLJ. And Lt. Rhodes Mrs. S. Darley.] CLACKS: WATCH SI H OI P
d S milk now, itook cows bef 'ERMANENT WAVE. Uel! DO your FAMILY REUNION ,,
L 'I ryl cattle, stock bull. or hog rt own Permanent with Charm I At The family of Mr., and MraP. Raymond Appleby] of the Navy
In t J. O. .. Kurl 1 Kit Complete equipment, Speak RotaryA
nSfi pit Box 7hflt': Box roomL..rCity. \ ;: Including; 40 curler and shampoo. I.. Dlnktns had the pleasureof now stationed at the Naval
Easy to do, absolutely harmless.Pral Air Station in" Jacksonville Across From Park Theatre
1, Y Telephone 4111 Lak. City.EXPRUIKNCED 110.1.( ....d by thousand Including; double-header program was being together 'Sunday, Nov. the was
r y'tq McKenzie' ,. 5. at reunion In week-end guest of Mr. and
Fay clamorous movie enjoyed by members of the Rotary a the home of
: q'' ; : SEAMSTRESS tar.satisfied Money. : Koch'refunded: Store.If not Club Wednesday when Major Mrs. Charles Dinkins, Sr... Mrs. J. E. Warren and family.
MA t. ,, wan led. Full or part time. -Mr*. Drug -
I Andemon' Tailor Shop, SOO 1-1 8I8| -15t-11114: Wm. S. Lupo Exchange Officer Those enjoying the occasion

i *, Call St. Itp FOR BALK--Cheap, heed Singer for Camp Blanding, spoke were Ml's. Horace J. Cox Miss

t j r, Jb1'Il, 't;? Fun BALK' On.. a-burner gasoline sewing. machine, round bobbin 4drawers. I describing the Important service Adel Dinkins, Charles\ Dinkins of

rs Yd/ store one. :3-burner kerosene Drooker.. Mr'. Gadson Park er Camp Exchanges are giving the the U. S. Navy, Paul] L. Dinkins,
11-8 It
{, y stove, one typewriter-Mr*. J. men of the armed forces, and Lt. rr.., Freddie Dinkins and Miss
U 201
Fraiee W. Jackson Itp
SPENCER SUPPORTS Individually Ralph Rhodes, fighter pilot re- Hazel Sweat of Jacksonville. Only ,w The POTASH y
Mr are using.
deBlgned. Bertha Pearce, 306 you
'i LOST llruen Verlthln
wrist watch,
' ti r f name engraved, Pvt. Norman Went Madison: Bt. 7- Burma-India Theatre, des c rlbed one member of the family was ;
Ilerghamer. Keturn to newspap some of his Interesting experlen- absent. Sgt. Horace J. Cox whoIs
dh r? t f I er. Reward. Itp WILL CARR for children In my cently returned from the China- serving with the Armed Forces is AMERICAN
il home. I n q u Ire atIIII' Doll Potash and
t ( FOUNU-rl; 600 x 16 tire. U. Nt Hou...", 100 Hi, 8. Walnut St. By ces. somewhere in France. ,
t Ir t +' Royal 1 been vulcanizedInch and re- hour day or week. 11-3 Itp Major' Lupo, whose civilian
capped. Owner bring serial num. Ralph Darley who Is 'In the Air
ber and for this ad. Freeman home Is In Charlotte, N. C., stat 4'
pay FOR SALE-Bl* boned Guinea and 1. IS SAVING YOU
,' f l Hhndt>n. Inquire at house 010 plrs. .1.o(. \Norman, Law. ed that the camp exchanges, Corps 'spending his fur-

Ii h' behind Bradford Inn. Itp> tey. lip bringing necessities and little luxuries Turning livestock on pasture earlier and keeping. It v
Wt : there
to the men at non-profit longerPreventing p',

prices, are an'Important factor In lodging of grain,.an'"'making other crops

maintaining morale. He stated aster to !harvest r,

WANTED : that the camp exchange systemwas Producing the) crop with the use of fewer acres

first started by the government
to thwart "camp followers"who
.4n the early days of the thickening and strengthening the stand per acre "'

ii1ytW Ih tYV Army, took advantage of the men Enabling crop. to better withstand diseases and unfavorable t?

1 by selling them worthless goodsat ) weatherMaking'

high priced. I. grain heavier and fruit larger and Juicier

'." SECRETARY In contrast, the post and camp : 31 IS IMPROVING QUALITY

exchanges seek to serve the men '
Crowing root crept which ere more marketable In "
with the smallest margin of pro. shop and size w

fit possible] Major Lupo stated. Increasing the feed volute of forage a x1 a,
\ He also brought out the fact

,j ,t ,. -:...: ;' '....... '" ;"'f S:'< """." ., .7 that operation of the exchanges Skill Is Vital In .Improving and vegetables the]carrying and keeping- quality of bulls
Yn \ ..' 'J'"
does not cost taxpayers a cent
'f.1"d': ' '' Filling Prescriptions
\' IQ''lI'' >\' expenses being taken out of re- SOIL DEPLETION
The Camp .Blandlng] Ex- \n vital a* any Ingredient Maintaining reserves of In the soil t

; ;hange has 35 branches and employee -' written down by your doctor's Encouraging good growth of nitrogen-producinq

800 persons. the skill with which a pre. .. legumes .,

h u? FOR RENT . The second speaker Lt. Rhodes tcr'lptlon la filled. You' canbring Balancing the crop' utV of other plant loads

'. xblbited a number of interesting your prescription hereusurer a"S
1 y' &t. j TWO NICELY FURNISHED HOUSES I trophies brought back from the that they will be compounded

?' M ,( f MODERN. BOTH OUT OF TOWN. ; f:B.I. Theatre Including a Jap- ; accurately by a qualified 4 a x

RENTS: 9100 PER MONTH EACH. :neae flag, taken from the bodyof : registered! pharmacist tt ; _I k

a Jap major who had committed .who ones 'only the>; highest ; i'

sulcldo by holding] on to an luallty drugs. You get exctly __

e exploding hand grenade. what your doctor .order. *. :

, After he had related a number

vd :,f interesting experiences, he was __

r :asked, "Which did you find the Carpenter'sTha
REALTOR aioat thrilling p 1 aying football AMERICAN POTASH INSTITUTEI'f'
with the BHS Tornadoes or chas

119 EAST CALL STREET lag and being c h a zed by Jap ?&MML*Store Incorporated .
N ;, STARKE Zeros." 1155 Sixucnih St.,N. V. W.jhinjton, O. C.
Starke 6-& Florida
i none -
"I was scared both times "
_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ Lt.
Rhodes answered with a grin. .
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Official County Publication Established In 1877

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iior Red Cross r Church Nursery School _*; ,- 'it _j. _ii .

king DriveNew Fills Long Felt Need Here & _

H, i' c' Two weeks before school opened Children come from as far as V+ '
I iI)1
Memberse this fall a group of interested I the north side of Kingsley Lakeon /dpi 'y'i

r people gathered at the Episcopal the Army bus and a car load 1 Myj
rectory to discuss plans for the from Kingsley Village The 1 9

.< hundred per cent American prospect of opening a nursery greatest assets of the nursery r
for Red Cross Membership In school and kindergarten, in Starke.A school can be seen in the de-
,chools of Bradford County committee was act up with velopment of individual children t f"Stlulcnl f

_e goal set for the November Mrs. Junius Smith as chairman; along the lines of group activity; ,
Enrollment for Service cam- Mrs. Glen Duke secretary; Mrs. also la making the necessary
)it was announced this I Grover Alison treasurer The adjustment of Independence In ?" of the Cltuit'h Nursery School are shown

'by Mrs. W. R. Morse, Jun- Rev. Mr. Alison offered the game preparation for grade school. above Tutoring plotim In their comfortable quarter In the

led Cross Chairman of. Brad- "' I room of the rectory for the The operating committee feels Kplncoiuil: rectory<< on Inirrh Stnt-t With the children here

County Chapter. National- a school and it was decided that it that an enlargement of the present are the Itt'". Grover Alison and school assistants. Mrs. Hubert .)
lie Junior Red Cross has more 4* should be called The Church building la necessary for the Kllgoro and !Mrs A. \\'. .\n.I..on.l

I 18,000,000 members, aboutr .,. Nursery School. improvement of working condi- i
cent of the school popula- The next two weeks were spentIn tions and further progress of the :

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making It the nation's larg- : preparation. Teachers were school. Plans are now under wayto ..L_.. .. .. .

>outh organization. .t e found; volunteer help procured; build a large enclosed porchon .
,e Junior Red Cross Is mak- equipment obtained; and the the nursery school. The addition

I a significant contribution, .e room was put in order. will cost almost $1000.
Morse pointed out. She t n, ? r j'j'pw' j'I I From this hurried beginning the The Rt. Rev. Frank A. Juhan .r

(that Junior Red Crosa mem- Church Nursery School has ad-
I have gathered native malls g' vanced to a well Integrated In- Bishop of the Episcopal Dioceseof .v

for hand craft for con- apt; stitution. Mrs. Milton Plank Is'' Florida has offered half the

|cent service men at CampIng t .e 'In charge of the school program I amount if the local committee
and the Naval Air Staat lrA Mrs Robert Kilgore and Mrs! feels sure that there will be many
Jacksonville and have \ Glen Duke are her assistants.Mrs. who will want to contribute

l and sent 112 Christmas ) f e' Myrtle Anderson of Starkeis toward this project and that

[boxes to the children of the I In charge of dietetics. Mrs. there will be no difficulty In

feted countries of Europe. At i William noyce, a trained kinder- raising the funds. The addition

fcnt members are hard at garten specialist has given much should be completed In about "Nft

assembling cross word valuable assistance and directionon three weeks. It will then be

Uei gathering jigsaw puzzlash ; the activity program. Dr. possible for the limited enrollment

trays and Christmasfor .;1'F' y n d'i t Irving Abrams' of the public to be lifted and the acftbol
distribution to hospltal- : health unit has given the school will be equipped to carry an enrollment -

| servlcemen. : much praise. At the opening of of around 40 pupils.

: the school all the children were Those now enrolled In the

MERICA checked oveby Dr. Abrams Church Nursery School are: Wendy -
ose JOR and several times each week the Charlock, Virginia Jean Dar $$

Seedlings school Is visited by Mrs. Eva by Eldon Dempsey, Tommy

uld Order Early n. ,..... ..,.%sl..w.. .> '". Haroutoclan the Field Health Haines, Edward Hartman Billy i
Nurse for Bradford County.The Jackson Nancy Johnson, Valrle
More than IS million Junior Red Cross members are turning out articles Church Nursery School l'ld.[ I Beverly Lappe Henry La '
|:pment of trees from the for the armed forces among their many activities a* shown In this new 1941 opened September 5 with the en- Rala. Mary Agnes Matthews, warm, sunny cll| VJH the children enjoy playing Inlurge I
will be- Enrollment for Service the artist,
at Olustee poster by AI Parker
) nursery rollment limited to 25. It' oper- Clair Jean Mundy, Leo Earl Pitcher !- Hand plle, behind the rectory A wide variety of I"On 1 1 I

)ecember 1, announces C. H. ates from 9 a. m. until 3 p. m. I Harriett Powell Nancy playground equipment> I I. also. put to use. 1} I
Iter State Forester.
assistant Service Parade Monday through Friday. A mid- Rasor Linda Kay Sale Clifford
oxlmately 2,500,000 slash pine morning lunch is served at .10:30'' Saxon, Dob Smith, Butch Smith r m,

reforestation purposes are Parent and friend of aervlce men lire Iced to brine ne... Hem ..dplpturp and a well prepared hot meal Marie Strecher, Diana Smith, . . . . . .
fable to landowners this sea- to The Trlrarrnpli. for publlcHtlon. Hrrvlre men Had women at 12:30.: I Fred Stephens Billy Torode Leslie District MeetingOf
[ Normally, planting can be are nuked to write The Telegraph. . telling at their. aellvltle. '. The children rest for an hour I Pederson, Shi Ann Smith, and Scout Leaders 'Sunnybrook
[ from December 1 to Febru- after dinner. Joey WaUsmlth.r ,
|I lS but usually the' supply of HOME ON FURLOUGH THREE SONS SERVE I Here Last WeekThe Mr .
-- -- By Araula Crawford $ '
i at the nursery ls. exhausted Pfc. Harmon Morgan, ..who la Richard Cunningham, 3rd( 'son I .. r ." fl'' . a . r
to three weeks bfore thee stationed at the Rapid 'City Army of Mrs. A. E. Cunningham 'of : Even A Spoonful of Water May Breed regular monthly meetingof '

,of the season, according to Air Base ia South Dakota, is Lake Geneva, left this week for Dengue Fever Mosquitoes Health Board Says the New River District, Boy Mr. and Mrs.. H. D. Kelly an-

Iter. spending two week's furlough basic Naval Training at Great Scouts of America, was held flounce jlhe birth of a daughter

eea are supplied at a cost with his wife* of Wllllaton and I Lakes Ill. Mrs. Cunningham'stwo The____ _Florida n__ __ _State___ Board_ _ nr Thursday night. Oct. 26, I In the I ono Nov 4. The baby has been a,
285 per thousand' prepaid to his mother, Mrs. Jessie Morganof older sons: Terrill a navy Health again appealed to Since It la the home atmos-
gunner's mate and Edison, whoIs prop- r Educational Building of the named Carol Dianne Doth mother t'
[ shipping point In the State. In the army are both serving erty owners and housewives to phere the Aedes aegyptl enjoys, Starke Methodist Church. Chairman and baby are doing fine #
t landowners in north and Before entering the service
It Is to home
overseas. Edison is in the Aleutians fine-tooth comb their premises for obviously up M. B. Herlong called for re Pvt. Alton Dobbs of Camp d
t Florida Morgan formerly taught in the
however can secures
folk to prevent Its breed. The
free of ,-cost, through the Bradford County schools and was the Pacific.and Terrill' somewhere in every possible container holding yard and alley should be scouredfor ports on District activities, andIt Blanding spent Saturday night .., 'j

rosily of three Florida pulp more recently employed by J Mrs. Cunningham said that she even a spoonful' water and every type, container that will was stated that a new Troop with his family.

These mills have again P. Roberts Motors in Starke. He is wearing the same service pin thus help control the on-the-In- hold water. Before the Insect Is to be sponsored by the Meth- Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Crosby and 1

ed advance orders for a total Is now an aviation mechanic and with three blue stars for her crease brooding of the breakbone files forth on Its dlaeaae-carrylng odist Church In Starke. It was sons Bule and Bobby, and Mrs. ,

[1,600,000 trees to be dlstrlb- haa been in South Dakota for three sons In service now that (dengue) ever carrying mosqulto bent, it is a wiggletall-you've also reported that reorganization Arsula Crawford and daughter, ; i ,IR

to farmers and others) who six months. He received his she i wore during the 1st World I I -the Aedes aegypth"Florida" seen them In raln-barrela, old tin Shirley Anne were visiting Mr.
at Kesler Field La. and is proceeding with boys and lead
training ,
assure proper planting and War for her 3 brothers, then in ; pointed out Dr. Henry cans, pop bottles, old tire casings and Mrs. C. C. Crawford of Lake
In San Diego. Calif. ers of the negro troop In Starke.L. .
I protection. I service. Hanson State Health Officer, -It has even been known to H. Futch, principal of the Sunday afternon. qMee

(Duller stated that people Inted "la in ,a direct line of Intercontinental hatch In such containers) aa fruit Lawtey School, reported t hat C. C. Crosby .and granddaughter '

in reforestation should SERVES ON LST AT DAYTONA BEACH travel as well as having Jars and bottle tops. Scoutmaster Ed Durbln Is active Shirley Anne were

le the Tallahaasee office: of the Walter Burnell Wilkinson, Sea. Friends of Sgt. Joseph Tor- Its share of military rehabilitation "We're trying to lock the with boys of the Lawtey troop, guests of Mrs. Warren Kelly of T k

Ida Forest and Park Service 1-c, has been serving on an LST tugno who formerly lived here hospitals! These are potential stable before the horse Is stolen while Field Executive) Harry C. Starke, one day last week. .'

its publications, Circulars No. in the South will be interested to learn that health hazards because "live -control the mosquitoes before Brahm gave a summary of activities Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Hals lop.Mr. ,

dl.: Trees may be ordered Pacific for the he recently arrived at an Army cases" of both dengue and malarIa they have a chance to spread In Brooker Lake Butler and Mrs.. Fred Halalop Mrs.
ugh' the 18 months. reconditioning center In Daytona treated in various disease that Ines Kelly. Mrs. Alton Dobbs and
five district offices past are being can easily paralyzea State Farm !:IdM cl.enny. I
Beach. He entered the in .. dal hter El I ulU'......_._
led In Panama City. Tallahas- He Is the son of army vicinities. (Usually service men town or Industry for days or Chairman id.. iienong called g o -e. were ., at
Lake City Ocala, and Lake- Mr. and Mra. W. 1942 in New York and since that returned from foreign service.!) weeks. Won't you help: Remember the annual session of the District the bedside of Arch Dobbs on

or through county agrlcul-- J. Wilkinson of time has seen action overseas. Of course, mosquitoes carrying If you get stung In your Committee to meet In Macclenny: Sunday.Mrs. j

I agents Lawtey. He specific, types of fever are unableto home you probably bred the mosquito on the tentative date of Nov. 13. Omage Kelly is spendingthis

joined the Navy How To Address spread disease so long as they that did It." Commissioner Leslie A. Shep- week with her son and y

> Service in his senior are prevented from molesting herd was authorized to prepare a daughter-In-law Mr. and Mrs
me Group Mail Going To . . . Ellison of the
year at BITS diseased persons. The fever car 5 bulletin of Scouting news to be Kelly Stata Farm.

Red Cross and took his Prisoners of War rier, the person who has recov- 0i ; I circulated .throughout the! Dis: sit 1tir
GrahamBy .-. .-. .. .- rPine . . . .
'Visit Camp boot training at Several inquiries have come ered and is able to mingle with trice Chairman Joseph K. Wilson -

Batnbridge, Md. Into the local Red Cross Chapter people, Is described aa a greater submitted the report of the Level
h Later he attended office regarding methods of detriment to the public than a Mm. T. L. Casey Nominating Committee and the
Tuesday and Thursday e . . a a . a elected for
the past two weeks a group a gunneryschool lending mall -i-;; U. S. Prisonersof ; live case. The latter Is usually J following officers were By Air n. M. McRae
office after
the to take
been going over from Starke at"; Camp War in Germany whose camp Isolated, while the carrier (who Among those at the bedside of new year, e r r e r r e r i e a

Gainesville for a course in Bradford, Pennsylvania :addresses are unknown. In orderto usually hasn't any idea of his Mrs. F. T. Abernathy over the the annual meeting:Vice Chairman Chairmen
"lean Red Cross Home Ser- clarify this matter County contamination) is an easy mark weekend were her daughters, I' Df. M. B. Herlong; 'Sunday services at Pine Level
T. M. Rlherd (Union Coun-
AT MITCHELL FIELD Judge E. K. Ferryman chapter for a mosquito attack and thus Mrs. Forrest Reynolds of Jacksonville were well attended. E..J. Mur- 9p'
e course la under the dlrec- 1st. Lt. F. M. Williams son of chairman, states that such mall the 'disease Is soon passed on to and Mrs. Math Wasdln ty), Tate Powell, Jr., (Baker shee of Hilliard preached In the
and W T. Clute Bradford
County) ( -
of ore James Chace Execu- Mr. and Mrs. T, S. Williams j of should Ite addressed as follows: well persons. And that .U where and her eon, Duff. Abernathy of Commissioner Leslie absence of our pastor Rev. W.
County) ; -
Secretary for the Alachua Starke has been assigned to a inter-continental travel comes in. mmokalee; John Abernathy of A. E. Hall Rev. Hall returned on

t1 Chapter. The Rev. Grov- unit of the first: AAF Fighter (Name and rank) For persons front countries where Tampa and Mrs Willard Smithof Local Shepherd.Scout leadership has been Monday from Tampa, where he
IlIOn Home Service Chair- Command with headquarters at both dengue and yellow fever are Winter Garden and Mrs. R. In weeks and I had been conducting a revival ,
United States Prisoner of War augmented recent ,
Mrs. W. R. Morse) Junior Mitchell Field N. Y., for duty in GermanyCare prevalent are entering our State 8. Surrency of Tampa. Mrs those present at the Scoutera meeting. On the same day he '

Cross Chairman 'Mrs. Caro- aa an instructor. I of International Red Cross every day by plane. Many of Abernathy continues to be very meeting were enthusiastic about the was called to Dublin Ga., by 4
serious Illness of
returnedto I his
Williams recently UI. sister
l'. Kuhl, and Mrs. Martha Lt. Directory Service them may be fever carriers. the prospects for an Increase of +
Mra. Hudson. '
He Is
t.I1 have been accompanying combat'this country missions after in completing the Medi- Geneva Switzerland "All these to;far, are POTEN.. Nathaniel Dyal and Jack boys enrolled in the Troops of .I be back for the Sunday planning services to

Edward Burns. Bradford 87 Theatre, destroying This new plan will make it TIALITIES", said Dr. Hanson Joodge of Starke spent MondayIn the District and his subject will be "The debt

ty Executive Secretary to terranean Installations and on possible for letters to be sent Moon "but the FACT that the specific ,I Jacksonville. that parents owe t-*-* .. ehild-
wurse. The Home Service many enemy of kin receives which carries T. L. Casey started grinding :"
l'Ie occasion sinking a German as the next kind, of mosquito' Dec. 1 DeadlineFor Everyone !is urged to attend
will continue for one more one the Italian official notification that the ser disease is breeding faster in cane last week. Berry Dyal and this service. ,
k on ,
landing vice man has been captured. This Florida every day I* TANGIBLE Theodore Melton are helping him. MailingXmas We are very sorry to hear of ,
e completion ofUi e course He visited his parents In Starke procedure applies only to letter enough. The important atop Several other farmers have cane PackagesThe the death of Pvt. Leo Starling
who have taken It will be of taken to grind but they haven't started
ared before going to Miami for re- mail to prisoners war therefore Is to control this Insect who was killed in action In Rolland -
to do" volunteer Home by the Germans. it ia still necessary before it ferrets out an Infected yet. Jacksonville Office of De- according to notice receivedby
e work." ,A minimum of assignment.AT for the Office of the Pro- person for its dirty work. Sgt. and Mrs John Willis and fense Transportation announced his parents.

hours a week. I., required NAS vost Marshal General to wait for of Aedes Is mall son of Ft. Myers are spending this week that packages must be
"Th control aegypti
** GREAT Bishop Myrick of the Naval
[ worker: American Red address before leave with friends and relatives Insure I
December to
I the prisoner's camp the a mailed by. 1.
Jr. youngest for In-
Nil Home Julius S. Eunice a Job almost entirely Air Base In Jacksonville spent
Service Is a required labels can be l the here. their delivery in time for this '
'Igatlon son of Mr and Mrs. J. S. Euniceof dividual. This particular mos Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. H. ' '
Of each char- I next of kin. No packages can Christmas.
Miss Ellen Wasdln Mrs.
' It Lawtey. enlisted in the Navyon quito is the only one that lives Mary M. McRae and family.
Is that Branch of Red be sent without labels. ODT District Manager, George
receivinghis I J. B. Strickland, and Sgt. and '
la now association with
" Oct. 10 and and dies in close MembeR of
the Lewis
Which renders special ser- Great Lakes' Red Cross is now prepared also Mrs. John Willis were shopping H. Cockrane pointed out that I
I to boot training at man. Unlike the marsh mosquitothat
and their friends met at the
the armed forces. It is attended BHS to expedite communication in Starke. Monday. 1944 gift sending Is expected to
* HI. He formerly .la sometimes "carried 40 to home of Mr. and Mrs. H. H.
which the One Red 1943 25>> cent and
assures to the PhlUippines. top by per ,
I 1er and would like to hear from SO miles by .wind and the malaria Mrs. H. L.. Beard ham gone to Lewis
to honor Pfc. J.
of Sunday,
'his family welfare. ; and Cross message will be accepted gifts, as a rule will travel greater
schoolmates Moose Haven to be with her husband
j. of his old that will travel ,
mosquito R. Mott of Brooker who Is
that some spendIng -
branch which assists from In this countryto distances due to wartime occu-
S. any
Is J.
His address : for at least who recently received a
tallUly friends. under Its own steam a 30 day leave there with
With Information con- 1854 any prisoner of war or U. S. pations of families in towns other
'big the soldier's welfare. AU Eunice Jr., A-S, Co. civilian Internee in the Philip- a. mil, the dengue-carrying insect medical discharge from the army. than their home. Transportation his parents Mr. and Mrs Newn
HI. He Is electrician. She ia the
Lakes, an
blem. USNTC seldom farther Mott.Mr..
of service men and their pines. These messages can be gets away facilities will be taxed with
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F. T.
I':"ice, financial or otherwise, OVERSEAS- accepted only through Nov. 30 than the yard fence. Griffin and, stayed here with her heavy furlough travel and they and Mra. A. F. Hall and

Ie under the administration LT. DYER and Mra L. T. and the correct address U necessary -This timid little,fellow la light parents while Mr. Beard was in are already overburdened by war children and Jo Anne Myrick'i i
The American Red Crosse -, County Agent cablegram recently before the message can colored with strtpea on Its lega- service. conditions.The of Jacksonville spent the weekend

Service. I Dyer received announcing a the sate ar- be accepted. the marsh peclea also has banded Mr. and Mrs John Surrencyhad only solution to this prob- with Mrs. Hall's parent, Mr, and

his bout 40 persons from chapters' their .on. Lt Jack Dyer, legs but it .ia dark In color. The as guests this week, their lem Is the complete cooperationof Mrs. H. M. McRae.
I area will make a field'ntpe rival of Destination in WANTED Clean cotton rag Aedes aeqyptl bites the ankl..1 i daughters Mrs. Abner Padgettof the public in meeting this De- Mrs. O. R. Alvarea"of Vanderbilt -

: to Nov. at his Pacific.overseas Lt. Dyer ia a pilot No Buttons. Highest cash wrists and around the prlmarlly. Hague Station and Mrs. James. cember I, deadline for gift send. was visiting Mrs. >I. M. Mc-
uoil with the prices paid. Bradford County Imler of Gainesville. ing. Rae Friday.
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j. '. _ _ _ _ _ lief in religion or political preferences paper. Would that it could en- Lots 10 acre R, tract.6. 7, ,8,more 21, 22 or, less 27., )87 alno, 8)1, I November You are 20 required, 1944 to In appear the wherein above on ,I This TO Is WHOM to certify IT that MAY I CONCERN have filed: erty sued Norman.und W" t I In the tht said naill' r

I. in the United States awe ter many more homes than it 39 40 41, 42, 43, 49 46, 49, 60 plaintiff named Court.eek.. and divorce cause and feetora- as Administrator for the Estate W. Unless \ |_|*,*\<

I' :: Letter Box are supposed to be a free already does. 51. 1S2, 53, 54, 55, 56 57. 58 60, 61, tlon of maiden name. Bradford T.Accounting McEver. and my Final will on Return the 29th or redeemed said trtlfl.'I.
;.\ country. In thin latest political Please, too, may we add a 62, 63. of Section 10, Township 5 County In Telegraph next four shall weekly publish Iswues.thinOrder day of November. 1944 ask the sold Property ducrtbt4,Ib.rolla.Ilia.
of few words of praise for "Uncle I Honorable E. K. Ferryman, County to Ihehlll'be.. ..
brawl some of the leaders South, Range 22 East Witness my hand and court houae bldd ''
.; c both sides eem to think we are Joe". How very much we enjoyhis That said application will be seal at Starke, Florida this October Judge Final of Bradford Discharge County-as ,said Florida.for Ad-. dQY In tb.. door ''In th, r7 "
Gainesville, Fla. not Ironical way of bringing'' out made by said guardian on the 21st 17th 1944.OFFICIAL ministrator. 11144, wh"h; ..Innnlh, .,t ,
: I :. ,. ruined forever If we are day of November, A. D., 1944, at ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas cembpr, 1944. th 'tb do?'
i Editor Telegraph: Democrats or Republicans aa BO many well-known and Important the office of the Honorable }1 K. Aa Clerk, of said Court. L. 3. .Wynn, Dated thb Urri
t the Telegraph facta. Perryman County Judge of Bradford R. H. Duncan 611 Lynch Bulldln*. 104t 11-17 Administrator. d3 or re.19U. .
have been reading: be.
il, I the case might County Florida at ten o'clockIn Jacksonville, Florida Atty. for Pit.10204t1110. ""
for the past 50 years and Our compliments to Uncle Joe soon thereafter / NOTICE! OF APPLICATION FOR A I
J{,. / The government has withstood the forenoon. or as TAX I)KKIJNrnato Clerk ot t'lr ul' Th.",
like it. It ha always been and the editor of the Telegraph. a. this application may County, 'url ul
.. L still upheavals since the ( Bill No. 1 3)NOTICB Florida B .
great many sale
a heard
), to sell at private IN CIRCI'IT COt'HT, RnAUFonn 10-27 4t 11"17
Very sincerely
fellow to spout HEREBY ,
: a medium for a George Washington was elected full undivided Interest of said COUNTY, FLOIMUAI i* CIIAN- OP'F'lrIAt
Mrs. Myrtle Miller and minors, a minor helrs-at-law of That C. C. Norman holder of Tax 8
whether *
off his opinions president in several different political H. K. Rhoden, deceased IP and to fKUT. Certificate No. 64, issued the 4th A1
,' were right or wrong. parties and as far as :I daughter Madoline, the above described lands. Floyd A. (Jam bier, Jr.. Plaintiff day of July A. D. 1938, has filed IRST
2020 California St. Dated at Htarke, Florida this VR. Mary M. Gambler, Defendant. same In my office and has. made SIGN
: I have been listening to some can see we have had some mighty 17th day of October A. D. Case No. 3361.OKUEH application for a tax deed to be
, knowalla spout hard times under both Democratic EAKL A l.JltU. OF PUBLICATION Issued thereon. Said I certificate, OPAOt
almighty ,
ANn embraces the following" d..arrlb..dproperty
Harold -
As Guardian for J. D. Taylor
1 off about tho right and wrong and Republican administra- IN AND FOIl .IIIAII<''OnD Taylor Robert 'Taylor STATE OF FLOHIDA to Mary In the Coqnty of Brad
tlons. It makes no differencewho Minors. 1020-4t-ll10| | M. Gambler whose residence ford. State of FloridV to-wIt:
. political party for the last several PHOUATH. drove Street, Ban Francisco California SEH of SWH & SWU of SE'4 ,
JI 4.: :. is president of the United In Re: Ouardlanshlp and estate of % Mrs. Carol Teeplea. Sea. 29 Twp. 5 8. R. 21 E., containing us 66
months. Now, aa It I la all States for the next 100 year, Harold Taylor, J. D., Taylor and IN CIRCUIT CO V 11'1'. BRADFORD You are required to appear on 80 Acres more or legs.
I Robert Taylor Minors COUNTY! FLORIDA IN CHANCKHY. November 27th, 1944 in the above Cold
1 over but the shouting, thought this will not be the last war The NOTICB OF MALE named Court and cause, wherein The assessment of the said prop- Preparation atWE ,

.., ; p I would put In my Bay. Bible ays. "There will be wars NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Margaret C. Oarlock, Plaintiff.. plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford ._t.p___.,_.-I-p-a---. __. u_
is entitled to his beascr end the undersigned, Karl Taylor as F. Harold Oarlock Defendant. Case'ORDJSIV'OF County Telegraph shall publish this -'
Everyone until the
of ,
:: and rumors wars Guardian of and for the persons No. un Order In nejtt four weekly Issue '
I ;.\ . of time,,. and the end Is not yet." and estate. of Harold 'Taylor. J, D. PUBLICATIONAND Witness my hand and official! CAN USE MORE.PULPWOOD
; SrrsSrrrrSS Taylor and Robert Taylor, Minors, NOTICE TO APPEAR seal at Starke, Florida, this Octo-
;, ; ,. So all of you great kcowalls can of Baker County, Florida will apply STATE OF FLORIDA to: F. Harold ber 20th 2944.OFFICIAL WRITE TIMBER_ DEPARTMENT
rest assured that neither Roosevelt to the Honorable B.: K. Perry- Oarlock, whose residence I. ( SEAL) A. J. ThomtteAs
t : .: DRY CLEANING or Dewey will cause ever- man County Judge of Bradford ; Eddy Hotel, San Francisco California Clerk of said Court.T. CONTAINER CORPORATION OF AMERICA
Florida for an order to
County ; ; Frank Landrum, Starke. Florida,
\'.\ lasting peace here on this earth. sell at private sale the Interests of You are required to appear on Atty. for Plf 10-27 41 11-17 FERNANDINA, FLA.
Y. said minors In and to the followIng November 1944, In the above
;:' L'. : DONE THEMODERN Let everyone vote and serve described real estate sltaate, named Court: 20th.and cause, wherein IN cincriT cotrnr. BRADFORD : o__- a--__ -_ aaI p- -_
,God as he sees fit and keep your lying and being In Bradford County plaintiff eeeks divorce and custody COI-NTY, FLOK1UAI IN CHANCKIIY. -; -
/'I mouths closed about it. I have Htate of Florida to-wit: of children. Bradford County Tele- .
WAY! 835 acres of land part of It lyIng graph shall publish this Order in Mildred Elisabeth Brown Plaintiff -
l L. an much right to be a Republicanas In Section 11; Lots 10 and 32; next four weekly Insues. vs. Samuel Brown, Defendant. FOR SAFETY COMFORT AND
: you do to be a Democrat, but In Section 15, Lots 6. 6. 7 J 8, 0. 10 Witness my hand and official Case No. 3380.ORDER ECONOMY RIDE
11, 12. 23, 24 and 26 Section id .
; / seal at Starke Florida this October OF PUBLICATION
0 I 'have
ii4' I am' neither one. Lots 1, 2. S. 14, 15, 16, 17, 18 and 17. 1944.OFFICIAL AND NOTICE TO APPEAR FLORIDA MOTOR LINE
voting for almost 50 years and the West U of Lot SI. all of Lots ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas STATE OF FLORIDA to: Samuel BUSSESFOR
: i still believe a good man or wo- 89, 40, 42, 63 and 54; In Section 17, As Clerk of said Court. Brown whose residence Id 1530
; J : Let Us Dry Clean [ 27, 28, 23, 84, 85, 37. Knight & Knight, Starke Florida Bradley Avenue. Camden, New Jersey. COURTEOUS CORRECT
;'.1 man is always preferable to f.t'N:1t'h M of Lot 89. all otlL '; Attys. for Pit. 10204tlllliIN | INFORMAL
; :. 's: : : Your 'Winter 'Wardrobe either of the so-called political 40, 41, 44) 45, 46. 51, 52, 56 57, 61 You are required to appear on PLEASE PHONE 147
and 63; In Section 18; North H of CIRCUIT COURT BRADFORD November 27th, 1944 In the above
Now factions. Thanks. Lot 14 and all of Lots 82, 83, 41. ("OtNTY! FLORIDA I IN: CIIANCKIIV. : named Court and cause wherein
M T. D. Proctor. 42, 49. 60, 51. 62, 63, 54. 55. 56, 57, plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford
Rt. 1 Box 26-<::: 60 eL. 62. 63. 64; In Section 19 i Lillian Howard. Plaintiff, vs. R.T. bounty Telegraph shall publish this I UNION BUS
East. ft of Lot 40, North U or'' Howard, Defendant. Case No. Order In next four weekly Issues. ; STATIONLACY
; 0 Lot 43. We.t ft of Lot 33. East H ; : Witness my hand and official i
of Lot 61; In Section 20; Lots 1, 3378.ORDER OF PUBLICATION seal at Starke Florida. this October CONWAY Agent
Denver, Colorado 8.! 8, 4. 7, 8. >, 13, 14. 21. 22. 23. AND NOTICE TO APPEAR 20th 1944. I ,
: All Dry Cleaning 25, 26, 27. and 28; All of the abovede.crlbed STATE OF FLORIDA to: R. T. (OFFICfAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas Ave.
'c : Dear Mr. Matthews: property bpInK In Township Howard whose residence and address I As Clerk of said Court. Temple Starke, Florid
Guaranteed To Maybe you will think we are 5 South, Range' 22 Kast Wood. . Is Rout. No.1, Oakfleld, T. Frank Landrum, Starke Florida
: stepping out of line In botheringyou lawn (Woodlawn Is cut up Into Georgia: Atty. for Pit. 10-If 4t 11-17

.,.1 ., Please! with our viewpoint of

:,.. ..e "things of the day" and of whatwe o.

have been privileged to read ,
from the Bradford County Tele-

NEW graph, In especial. But anythingso
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. .. METHODCLEANERS I aa your viewpoints found in the H. .
; editorial column, are inclined to
make all who read them burst

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; i We have particularly appreciatedyour -

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: . ROBERT GREEN, Owner Ing President Roosevelt and thoseon .
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10; 1944
1h7.Rhoden;Joshtelthodenl; and of

,hrden hlinorwOTI 010' SALE e
H'EREBY that
ICE Id Carrie
d ).Ira. Rhordlin -
d. :; ': of and for the.
e estates of Edwin, Rhohode
s and and Kill. Hho-
,,.ht. Baker county. Flor-
'?"l'rl'pplY 1 to the Honorable
County Judge of
Perryman Florida. for, an
to xe7nat private sale the i

'to of laid. u..minors erlb.d I realest.-
I Rowing
mate' IyingbdofbFloriderd '
ot tend parr ot It Iy."Z .
:lon 11; Lots 30 and 82;
/6. e.' '1. 8. 9.
':tu 24 and ICI; In SectionIs .
1. L, *. 14, 16, 16>, *718
K went H of Lot ilL all of ,
P.* 42 63 and 64; In Beo.E1 \n $-
?: li'ta i 21. }7. 88. 33.' 84. 5.ifc "
NortA Vi of Lot 39. all
D ..0: <41,r44* 46 48,' 61, Bl, I I, ; .
I'ii and 1' In Section 18. ,

41 ot 4'%;kn v0vo'Ii..Lontll 54.
811'' 62 61. '.; In eec-
L, 'ga"t west Lotof 0'i.otNorth
*LOot 1 43.Lot 61 In Section 20; ;
i i ;. LET US
= 3 4' 7, 9, ,g. 14. 21> RESOLVE
28 All of
15. 28, 27. and ;
described b..lnS'"n.hIP
Range 22
& SDuth. Eaat
wn (Woodlawn I. cut .up.. t
o acre tra..t.. more 0" I. )
8 1 z"ftoNl.4M3.i5. 87

s4 65 68, 87. B*. 60, 61. 62Section a It Mus

Range laid. U application East.10 Township will b.6 t Bee 0 M P LET E

guardian on the Slat
said ,
f l.1 .. 1944 at
I'lce of ther'Honoa E.. K.
jLn. County Judge of BradKunty. -
Florida at ten o'clock
forenoon, or an Boon there-.
.1 thin application may be VICTORY this
nell .at private sale the t
Idlvlded Interest. of laid m'ni ; t me.
o i minor" of H. ,
,den oeceaned. In and to theFdMcrlbed
lands' -
,j at Starke. Florida this
dh day of October. A. D., .!.. 9
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> .rdian Rhoden for,and Edwin Ellis I0204tll10InrriT | Rhod.Rhoden|.... Twenty-six years ago today, the last shot of 'World 'War I was fired. Germany was beaten.. An ominous I''

>TV, FLOUIUAI.URT. BRADFORD IN CHANIT silence settled over the battlefields of Europe-a silence, the significance of which was lost amid the tumul- b t

Jj i"W' M.Taylor. Taylor, Defendant., Plaintiff Case VB.i .. tous joy in the civilian world which turned to a riotous celebration of a peace that didn't last. :,"..;,,"!:'

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fn STB'NOTICE OF FLORIDA TO APPEAR to Norm. Just a few short weeks ago. many of us on the home front, inspired by the lightning speed of our valiant : ".: :;',:.
Jtvlnr whose residence la 1159 \ t<
Eth Street Erie, Pennsylvania fighting men in driving the Nazis out of France looked ,:J't '
I are required to appear on. hopefully to this year's anniversary of the end ,, ; !
fber 27th, 1944. In the aboveCourt

I Erf. seeks and divorce.cause, Bradford wherein. of World 'War I as a day' on which European Victory would again be achieved. :: ".,::

K Telegraph shall publishthisfin ,
next four weekly Issues.. "
inM. my hand and official
it''h.19H Slarke,., Florida, this Octo- But we all know better now on both counts: First, that an Armistice is not enough. Only a complete and '

IriAL SEAL) A. J. Thomasrk t ,
jn.> Murrell of mild, Jacksonville Court. Fla. crushing Victory over Germany can forever end the menace that rose again from the peace of the First ?

itor Pit 10.27 4t 11.17 World 'War. Second, that glorious as was the sweep of our fighting forces ,through France, Victory in "

bnriiT rot-RT.. BRADFORD battles does not mean Total Victory.i

Bell! Carter.. Plaintiff, vs.
I Carter Defendant. C a.e
fTE OF FLORIDA to Oegnod

?IB,,1!her Court whose' 27th required.and 1944.residence cause to.In appear,the wherein IB above Snare on-. THE 6th WAR LOAN DRIVE BEGINS NOVEMBER'20th '

lift seeks divorce Bradford
|i' Telcirrar-h .shall publish thisIn
next four weekly. .InnueH.itmM .
my hand and official
fef Starke Florida. this Octo. 'te
'h. 1944 '
"I'lAL" SEAL) A. J. Thomas
ork of said Court.

{for Perrvman Plf. Starke 10-27, 4t Florida 11.17, BRADFORD COUNTY'S

QUOTA IS $259,000. ,

ImrriT rornr. BRADFORD
T"'rv, FLOIt1UAi IN CHAN- ;
D. Alcy, Jr., Plaintiff, v... i
> Eleanor Aley, Defendant s r
I No. S388.

fn>|"TE ir\ ,NOTICE Aley OF 1, Sandy FLORIDA whose TO Lake APPEAR, Pennsylare :. Lucille iso What Better Way to Observe Armistice Day 1944 Than Bv Resolving To ,

required ,to appear on
hr> 27th 1944. In the above
Court and cause, wherein

J I'Telegraph"if,In'..seeks next"my four divorce.hand shall weekly.and publish Bradford official Issues.thin Purchase War Bonds In The Approaching Drive. In 'The Name of Those Who s's

J l: Slnrke, Florida, this OctoTrIAL'SEAL .

) A. J. Thomas
.," \c "f said Cnurt.nk .
T.nndrum. Starko. Florida.

I1"hRtrrr' I'lf. 10-27 4t 11.17 Died in World War I, and in the Name of Those Who Die Today To CompleteThe j

ii 8trobelbDefendantlff e

tea I'OF-R TE n NOTICE np OF PtTBLIPATION T0 APPEAR Task Started Then, We On the Home Front Must Soberly Dedicate Our- '

.. toIa..y
adL1' c
Maryland."4* Clarkeon Str eta. Bal- r
U are .
required to appear on

,'.Court"her,in Telegraph seeks'4.",' 1944 and divorce.shall cause In the publish, Bradford wherein above this selves Today to Working Harder, Longer and to Buying More and More Bonds.This .

next four weekly Issues..
!, "" my hand and official
: Stark Florida, this No-
1. H.
r ICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas ,

erk,:"; \B nf Mia Morgan Cou..t.onVll' Cla..k"IdS'. Advertisement Sponsored by The Following Members of The Victory; Club e t
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I''Gerson. Originally known STARKE BEAUTY SHOP '
ab'Vi Hersenson. . Plaintiff "a. GISLAIN'SFLORIDA 1 KOCII DRUG STORE ' .
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: B r* rbaum Hershenson,

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K ,..Sergrerbun. Hershenson. f S. E. Sparks, Prop. "
.. nee and POB( office"nnectlcut. CARPENTER'S DRUG STORE JORDAN'S BAR
1345 Chapel"Spre.L'N.w 6

'fib s.u' "Cia' 'Quired. to 'appear"' on HOLLYWOOD CAMERA & GIFT SHOP ' "=! .." FRED, F. STUMP //. C. WALL, AGENCYINSURANCE t
r.,4> 1M4 int h. aboveIflCseeki
nd oause, wherein.
'n Telegraph divorce.shall ,publish Bradford this LADY FAIR BEAUTY SHOP ] BARNEY'S DRINK STAND S 11 A F K I N' S

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weekly 'nu.
teesa.t my haneS and official STORES LAPPE BAKERY DAVIS HOTEL
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Starks, Florida this 00- p. ; .'
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lirk lClA. of?Sad Court.- J. Thomas At The Bus Station KIDD'S'SINCLAIR SERVICE"JJIAllUCA'S GROCERY
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t if;J : Rent over the entire 12 months to line with his competitors. U
1 I 'I.j Attorney Continues Discussion bring a fair picture of the fuel 12. Q. la an adjustment possible I JAX BEER PAYS TRIBUTETO

:- 0,.',_ ; i\, Of Important Amendments to Law expenses. It would not be prac- for the landlord whose prop-
, wi 4I 'r tical to Judge the year's operat- erty was not rented before the
,; t By J. G. AdkliM that he is suffering a substantial ing position simply on the basis maximum rent date? A. No, A GREAT B-REWMASTER
i 5i Acting DirectorAttorneyAnother hardship due to increased oper- of the December coal bill, or on since, as a class, accommodations :
( one of the most Im- ating costs, including property the basis of July vacancies. first rented after the max-
', portant Amendments which have taxes? A. Yea, providing the I Twelve months Is the shortest imum rent date have comparablerents.
')L , recently become effective reads hardship is the result of unavoid- period for analyzing a proper I
, as follows: able and substantial Increases in distribution of operating costs be :
13. Q. Are there going to
' ((12)) Substantial hardship from the operating costs Including and income many rent increases under this JAX., .
incroaae In property tajnf or op- property taxes 7. Q. What do we mean by clause? A. Increases will be Say
1a +y ,' 1 I erutlnff runt Substantial hard- 2. Q. To be eligible for an adjustment I net Income (before interest) ? confined to genuine hardshipcases. buy
sub.t how substantial must A. This means the total Income Most landlords, not all, Cdn't
the hardship be? A. Generallythe earned, less operating expensesand because there are always excep- Y OU
,' 6i come (before interest) of the landlord must show that his property taxes. You do not tions but most landlords throughout better !
property for the current year as net Income (before interest) un- deduct income taxes from total the country, our records In- 'w !r
&ti compared with a representative der rent control has declined and Income earned. Total Income dicate are fri a better position I Ha b any priceWHENEVER .
k period: prior to the maximum his expenses Increased by an earned Includes rental and other since rent control became effec- \ at
{' y, rent date, due to substantial andS amount that requires an adjustment Income earned from the propertyand tive than they were before. Un- .
unavoidable Increase In property of at least 5 percent of his the renaal value of housing
der rent control, as a rule, va .
taxes' or operating coats. maximum rent But the adjust- accommodations In the property cancies decline and certain expenses .
For the purposes of this para- ment must not raise his rents occupied without full payment of formerly Incurred to at- \ i
graph (a) ((12)) the term: above the level of rents 'charged rent. It includes the rent of a tract or hold tenants, tend to be
((1) "Net Income (before interest for comparable quarters in the garage, a !garden or store on the eliminated.
' amount area. In no event may the Increase -
) means the determined property. If the landlord occu-
be more than the amountof 14. Q. Will rent adjustmentsbe
by subtracting unavoidable pies an apartment In the property -
' retroactive? Will the land-
' property taxes and operat- the Increase in expenses), If the rental value of the apartment
,; ; ing costs actually paid or accrued the decline In net Income (before Is Included in the total income lord be able to charge tenants
.+ 45 fl from total income earned. Interest) is less than the IncreaseIn earned. for back rent dating 'from the '
; ((2)) "Property taxea and operating expenses, the adjustment may 8. Q. Why is net Income (be- time when the hardship began? "
be not more' than the decline in A. No, rents will be adjusted as*
:, costs" includes all expenses fore Interest) used? A. Because
I f of the date stated in the adjust-
to. net income (before interest).
i a 44 necessary the operationand )if interest were deducted as an
ment order issued the Area
maintenance of the property 3. Q. How la the hardship operating cost, the landlord who D t n##.__. by S
'a actually paid or accrued and I measured? A. The landlord must has paid off his mortgage debt ,l"en Vl&lViO.IS. ,.-.1.------
, r properly allocated. Including depreciation -i submit figures for his propertyon and reduced his Interest charge Q. Is it legal to raise rentsIn _
'ky 1 but excluding interest a form (D-58)) supplied by would be penalized. anticipation of adjustments by
t % 'f )'-r) 3)) "Property" includes) one or OPA showing his income and 9. Q.. Why must the decline in the rent office? A. No not un '
more structures as a single unit expenses for a representative net Income (before interest) be tila,, formal order has been received -I find fine beer like ; "
from the Area Rent Of- I you a JAX you can
' 1 .;. or enterprise period before the maximum rent more than 5 per cent of the max-
'f ,;4f, y ((4)) "Total Income earned" )includes date and for a 12-month period imum rent, in order to warrantan flee be sure that it is the product of quality ingredients

" .''A''' ,.' rental and other Income after rent control went Into ef- adjustment? 'A. Expenses . . . . . . blended and brewed by the skilled_hand of a master,,
earned from the property and fect. The Office of Price Ad- will show a variation of about --
;', i ; the rental value of housing ac- ministration then analyzes these 5 per cent of rent on individual TheressaBy brewer. (C.

"+"S f}'! commodations in the property figures and compares the two properties from one year to another '/ The JAX Brewing Company has been fortunate i in
< : occupied without the full payment periods to determine whether the independently of any cur-
I+ (J of rent. landlord qualifies and if so the rent cost Increase. It is not . . Miss. .Ida. lagan. . . having three skilled brewmasters, one of whom is now
} ", ;' ((5)) "Current year" means a amount of the adjustment necessary possible to allocate expenses; so 'in the Armed Services. Two of them alone combine
: period of twelve calendar months to remove the hardship. accurately as, to overcome this Mrs. Burkette, Mrs. M, L. Pack- '
j; beginning on or after the effective 4. Q. What Is a "repre enta- 5 percent variation.. Moreover, ahrn, Mrs. E. I. Prevatt and Mr. more than 97 years of continuous brewing experience.

t's' :' t).,: date of regulation. The most tive period? A. Usually three an amount less than 5 percentof and Mrs. W. W. Packham were 1 Today we proudly pay a deserved tribute to John
( ; I recent calendar or fiscal used by years prior to the maximum rent rent could not be considered shopping in Jacksonville, Mon-
'/:1: the landlord or the twelve calendar date, but In certain special cir- "substantial". day.Mr. Huskamp, ace bre wmaster,who has just completed his

o \\.1 1 a months Immediately prior to cumstances a shorter period may 10. Q. Can. an adjustment fora and Mrs S. F Criswell 50th year as a brewer and who is beginning his 31st year
" \8i;, the filing of the petition for ad- be accepted by the Area Rent unit such aa room In a ho- and son Bobbie of Detroit Mich., has had
, \ with this Mr. Huskamp charge of
; justment be used company.
14I111 may Office. I tel, a house or an individual are spending some time with
'), ', ; This section 5 (a) ((12)) shall 5. Q. Why are three years re apartment In a row-be less than their parents, Mr. and :Mrs. Grls) the brewing of JAX for many years, 'having succeeded

] not apply to maximum rents' established quired A. Operating costs and 5 percent? A. Yes, but no unit well. William Ostner, now president of the company, as
'::111 under section" 4 (f) I taxes vary from year to- year. will receive a rent Increase unless Mr. and Mrs. Burkhalt of
: \. where the accommodations are An average of a three year per- the hardship to be eliminated Hampton spent Thursday with brewmaster. His' able assistant is J. T. Mahoney
1i is "'t first rented after the maximum iod l Is likely to be more representative equals 5 percent of the scheduled Mr. and Mrs. Beck and the
I To Mr. skill long
Huskamp's great experience and
.t rent date or to maximum rents of normal operations. 1 Income of the property. Thomas family.
,5 {;\ r established under section 4 (c), In addition, many major expensesare I 11. Q. Why may not rents be 'Mr. and Mrs. W. C Walker :''deep knowledge of the brewing art you owe the uniform -;,
"d!+ t (d). (e), or (J). not Incurred every year, and raised above the level of comparability and sons, Mickey and Richard of excellence of flavor, body, color and aroma that'
i, ? This Amendment to the Regulations must be reviewed over a periodof ? A,, If a landlord were Detroit, Mich., are spending '
.t': J 6' ,, i i.' walt produced .because several years, to determine 'I permitted to raise his rents to some time with their parents (make JAX Beer so good, so satisfying that we proud
. 1/ ; ), of an Amendment to the Emergency their effect annual I' Mr. and Mrs. Griswell.Mr. You "
/ on expenses. I more than the rent charged for ,ly say : cantjbuy! better r.aL'Lny price.
. ,r \ .P i; ,. Price Control Act and in 6. Q. Why must the landlord comparable quarters he would be and Mrs. L,. V. Williams -
,1 .
, '. ':9I 1' accordance therewith. It Is very have ''12 I Imonths of experiencesince getting a rent increase becausehe and -Mrs. R. M. Hersey were visiting -
i Important and rather than to the maximum friends and relatives in
\i rent date? was operating with higher
t \\\I\ \ ''f."I iscuss it. In a general way, ceri"a A. It takes at least a year to costs or less occupancy than Jacksonville, Sunday.
! ;f : it': ,) .j rln questions follow to which overcome seasonal differences in landlords for comparable houses.' Mrs. J. A. Willklns and child-I .,.
;' t ft: f ke answers are also'given. the operating position. For example Under ordinary''' conditions he ren of Ocala spent the weekend" JAX BREWING COMPANY i Jacksonville Fla
'" I, 1. Q. May landlord ask with her parents Mr. and Mrs. .
!\f a for heating costs for the win- could not raise his rents merely ",
,; J '.j v ,' a rent Increase on the A. L. Sullivan. .
t1"."llj. :.N". j ; grounds -ter months have to be distributed because his costs were out of '


' y'y'l'l ff To the CITIZENS of BRADFORD COUNTY

calls for

Y, w kit1::;; Si .

I have accepted the chairmanship of the SIXTH WAR LOAN which will start

i ,. Nov. 20 and close December 16.


, 'h I feel honored in being asked to take on this 'Job. Although I know it meansa

lot of work and a lot of worry, I feel that it is the least I can do for

my country in time of war.

'' RECENT CHANGES in the War situation on both

: ...
1 skyrocketed demands for ,pulp
I wish to state, however, that one of th e main reasons I accepted the assign-
wood products.
; ment was because of my faith in the people of Bradford County my
1i The Pacific timetable has been stepped and
up knowledge that they would "come through" again this time, just as they
so have the needs for packaging materials and
have done in the fiveprevious War Loan Drives.

shipping containers made of pulpwood.

, 4 1 'Prospects of a Winter War in Europe require

;t ., I don't think I need tell you what you will be asked to do and expected to do
\(many additional tons of supplies packaged in
in the Sixth War Loan Drive. You've been through these drives before
pulpwood products.
and know they. mean plenty of hard work for' all. But J do hope that
ti' Because most packaging materials for the Armed
when our plans are perfected and you are given your part to perform,
'; Forces come from the South the nation looks to
us 1 you will accept your assignment cheerfully and do your best.

to step up the supply of pulpwood immediately. I .


t i w The of f Bradford County's Quota in the Sixth is $259,000. The E
importance qualityMake
! 1L .' Bond Quota is $172,000. It will take hard work .to get it -

every axe-stroke count. Cut only wood thatis but it CAN BE DONE and it WILL BE DONE. I'm countingon

sound and straight. your support.

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L, i *" VICTORY.. } ; ::: a jun m Smil//'


I t # L. T. DYER Chairman p
xA a1
r f L. D. VInlngr Hal Edwards, Lester Kite 1mm:
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Hogan Smith Tyler Jones, J. K. Douglas **. **... '


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