Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: May 28, 1943
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
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>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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| creation Trading Camp Cendingter and BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH Sweetest Home Strawberries of the ,

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Official County Publication -- Established In 1877 I ::1

1d l ill 4,i ty1NSIXTY-FIVE STAIUGB. FLORIDA. KK1I"'Y..l..-. '!MAY 23, 19 4S NUMllKIt: THIltTY-ONB ,

i t leIr, Graduates FAIR WARNING Two Fliers School Offers Bombardiers Low Flying '

By Dr. Irvin R. Abrams, P. A. Surgeon (R) .J

''11III"*;. it t Diplomas United State Public Health ServiceIn Lose Lives FacilitiesFor Necessary 'I I

"vli April, 1943 seen soldier at Camp Blinding contracted gon- ,

*4: esday Night I orrhea from girls In Starke. Thus far In May five soldiers came
,!//tj, down with gonorrhea from Illicit sex relations with women In the !LawteyTwo CanningThe CoL Rice Says"We ,

lei Starke Area. None of these I
: girls responsible were natives of Starke. ,

' !IiII e mills of BHS turned again They came to this community from neighboring states. Some followed I flyer vere burned to Home Economics Depart- regret the annoyance that ,

,lay night and consigned 54 their husbands and sweethearts who were assigned to Camp Blan death about 12:45: p, M. Thursday. ment of Bradford High School

graduates to a world that ding. Some came here to make money In the prostitution racketOthers May 20, in a Navy plane that low-flying planes must cause to
lying for more manpower and will be open on Tuesdays and Sat townspeople, but please be assured
came here looking for Jobs In this thriving community Regardless burned and crashed near J. S.
lade womanpower-more soldiers, of why they came here, some of these women are promise Eunice's place three and a half urdays of each week during the that the men are not doing,
month of June for the of
h e sailors/ more WAVEs more ously indulging In Illicit sex relations with members of the armed miles north of Lawtey. J. B. canning. The building purpose will be I this for the fun of it. It Is a. '.
ACbL Rowe, deputy sheriff stated that '
the capability forces.It. open from, 9 A. M, until 2 P. M., necessary part of their training a !
Is if to prove the
plane was afire when it
mu I courage with which the gradof Is true that women may not know If they have a venereal' passed' over, Law under the direction of the home y R Thus spoke Col. Eugene II. Rice, ,,4

today are facing world disease: Infection-but this does not excuse them from being promts ef" economics teacher, Miss Daphne commanding officer of the Keystone "

Dillons;! commencement exer- cuous. It Is not my duty nor desire to preach morals, nor Is It my State Road Patrolman Charles Norman. The first canning date Army Air Field at the 'Rotary '

s Tuesday night were featuredshort desire to be a detective. But It Is my duty and that of my staff to i Ingram said, who that Inveilgated{"was the the worst Incident will be June 1. I' r Club lunch..onVedne day ..

talks delivered by out- treat infected women brought to us and to do everything we can to mangled he'ever I Each canner Is expected to fur- explaining a circumstance that ,
; plane saw-that
4i ling members of the senior reduce the incidence of venereal disease Infection In this community. small pieces of Jt were scatteredover nish her own labor, fruit Jars, has been much discussed In ,

L. These replaced the custo- We' leave the police duty for the Sheriff and Chief of Police to ad- at least ,a half-acre of land. jar tops, produce and any equipment | Starke in recent weeks. ,' R:

\\y address by an outoftownker minister, and the moral duty to parents, teachers, educators and He said l he could not determinethe necessary for the preparation Col. Rice explained the reconnaissance ,.1
that Is
of drenching of the produce. A fee of training given .
In spite others whose concern It Is. However, we will not tolerate the typo plane. Though the 1
undersized auditorium at :5c per jar will be charged for the flyers at the Keystone ,
11e the who charges for her services, nor the clandestine prostitutewho bodies were badly burned, he use of the department's lights southeast of Starke and stated
filled to overflowing.
kgalnat$ was a background promln- may or may not charge, nor the vagrant girl who become I could tell there were only two. water gas and the pressure cook- that their mission is to gather Information

promiscuous for one reason or another. A Navy ambulance picked up L.T. CARLISLE of use In support of
ly displaying the senior motto Mayor Canova Sheriff I the bodies and no announcementas eras.A forces. in
rive for Merit and Attain Andreu and Chief of Police Alvarez are Q Y person having produce ground Consequently
with us 100 and will to their Identity or as to the actual combat It would often be
cess" and featuring the class percent they promptly arrest and place in jail ready to can on days other than
1, any girl who to them to be cause of the accident has yet necessary for them to fly at "tree
rs of green and white and the appears promiscuous or vagrant. In Tuesday and Saturday may makea

aia .9 flower, the pink rose, the turn these glrjs picked up by the police or Sheriff or named as con- been made.Investiture. special appointment for the desired top level" over building and

tent speakers delivered their tacta by a member of the Armed Forces will be examined at the day provided they will no- h other Installations. I

liesses with calm aelf-assur- Health Department. If they are found Infected or have a suspicionof Rites tify Miss Norman at least two < Y "They cannot train properly I;
for this work b at a
|e, Infection they will be sent to the Venereal Disease Quarantine For Lawtey Scouts days in advance. Y thousand feet," Col. Rice stated,

Or:: lames Brooks had ,as his topic Hospital at Ocala without delay If they are not Infected they will Set For The canning calendar Is an follows / i "and, we will appreciate it If you I

9 Lr People" and emphasIzed' remain in jail at the discretion of the civil authority to fill out SundayInvestiture : Tuesdays. June 1. 8. 13.: :22': r ,' Rotarians will explain the sltu.i- ,
i Impo r tan c e of America's their term.Promiscuity. Saturdays June :5 S, 12, 17, 23.
Jail "
ceremonies! for the tlon to your friends when you ;
length and the fact that Is (is
1 causes venereal disease. Any girl engaging in any Lawtey Scout Troop will be held hear them complaining about ,
powerful ever to give up alit. form of promiscuous sex relation Is obstructing the war effort. Sunday night May 30 at 8 o'- Ration Board planes brushing the roof tops." I

t t. Zannle "Stanley discussed I It clock in the'.Lawtey Methodist Needs VolunteersAn Of course, the Colonel explained '
:u: ur Heritage, describing Church with tye Rev. Herbert If it should be discovered thata

S!. It t that world young of people must playthe Starke Men Saw Real Action Hazzard In charge. urgent appeal for volunteer particular flyer was simply
today. Shirley
!II [1 try's talk on "Our Freedom" The new Scoutmaster'' Lester., assistance on the Bradford County ,.' 5s'wr "stunting," or flying over a certain

1 Sponholtz. will bll Installed at this Rationing Board was voiced by house to attract the attention a

II t "the climaxed people when of America she stated can- With First Division In Africa time, as well as members of the I W P. Smith: chairman at the of a girl friend: who might live
Troop Committee comprised of Rotary Club luncheon Wednes- here the evidence should be reported '
conceive of a world in which
to authorities at the field
,11: kre Is no free dom." Jewell Much credit for the rousing by truck to launch a surprise attack the following men:: L. H. Hill. R. day."At '
I and the offender be I
) I'.vell talked Impressively onit Allied victory In North Africa on Gafsa at daybreak. The R. Thede, Kd Durban, H. H. Haz the present time, we huve dealt with. properly .

Part for first shell fired that morning opened zard. W. H. Edwards, Jr., and only one volunteer who Is doing
Victory", stressing goes to Uncle Sam's crack First Col. Rice was accompanied to
t "there Is no In this the campaign that ended at Forbes, E. Fuller. any worthwhile work. The BoardIs
verse where we cannot serve ,' Division and Bradford Coontians Blzerte and Tunis. It was the 1st L. R. Bristol, chairman of the just about to dry up and blow the meeting by Maj. Wm. Merrill I I

JI'J \fit I Is the duty of the membersthis can bask In reflected glory, for ] Division's first action as a com- New River District\ will be present away" Mr. Smith said "It Is LT. EDWARDS who also spoke briefly, reassuring -

graduating class to got one battalion of this fighting out- plete division since It landed In I and will be accompanied by essential that the rationing program Receiving their commissions members that men in

t and assume their respective fit )la commanded by Lieut. Colonel Oran November.. So successful other district oflicials. be carried out effectively if within a few days of one another the service are subject to the rationing -
we are to Inflation I
JI'I was It that the Germans left prevent and I
>s for Victory. The final Ben Sternberg, 28-year-old J
need 10 or 12 good men who AI Kay Carlisle (above) and Wm.A. of food, gasoline, tires,
Gafsa without are.
J ech was given Eva of :Mr.\ and Mrs. N : a struggle and Christian
by Faye eon Sternbergof ChurchesTo (Bill) Edwards. (below) are
three days later the division willing to give one or two hoursa etc. just as are civilians. In closing -
iney who discussed "our Starke. Furthermore, Sternberg' -
2nd Lieutenants and
pture." ", avowed; ''Tighl hand man"is pushed 18 miles to El Guettar and Conven- 4 +w* he week stated.to this necessary work," ,:ardiers.now Both men received their his talk he' stated, "I want to

Musical numbers by the High Lt. Milton Brownlee son of into the hills beyond. I Another enjoyable early military; training with the say how much I enjoyed the meal I I
convention of '
Iliool Glee Club, the Senior Mr. and Mrs..7. M. Brownlee also To quote Time: "In those steep, Starke National Guard, transferring particularly the butter, as we I
rocky treacherous hills, broken the Christian Churches of Brad Soldier Loses don't much of that!I" I
I I'ls Chorus and the BHS Band of Starke. Then too, the First to the Air Corps after the
ford County will be held Saturday
by gullies and chasms, the 1st
t-e interspersed with the Division was stationed at Elan- ,
Auto CollisionOne declaration. of war
and at Graham hay-
Sunday ,
Division fought for four days :
Jki. Following the final ad- several months before going
and nights without rest or relief. : Ing as Its theme "The Power of Lt Carlisle Is the son of Mr. Scalding Fatal
PS, S. E.
Sparks chairman of soldier had an arm cut off
., Three times the 10th Panzers the Gospel. ana Mi's. J. B. Carlisle of Starkeand ,
Board of Public Instruction, -- In wreck which occurred short-
The convention will at 8 a was graduated from the
counterattacked, first with tanks open t
[rented certificates to members o'clock ly after midnight Wednesday bombardier school at Vlctorvllle,
followed by Infantry, next with Saturday night with a
. I the Ninth Grade who are ad- service followed night when the 1935: Ford sedan Calif. To Trainman ;
' Infantry followed by tanks the song by a sermon -
'l dicing
into senior high school. which three soldiers had stolen
W third time by Infantry infiltration by the Rev. C. C. Butler. Lt. Edwards, is the sor. ut Mr. I
F E. Mlddleton county sup- An interesting will begin sideswiped a truck between the and Mrs. W M. Edwards. of '
program -
supported by tanks. All three attacks
Jim Wright O. S. & F
ntendent of public Instruction, Keystone Air Base and Keystone employe,
were beaten off. On the at 10:30: o'clock Sunday morn- Starke and was graduated from '
died Sunday night as the result of
jesented diplomas to members The demolished
Heights. car was
ing and a basket dinner will be bombardier \
day of the heaviest attacks the the school at Roswell,
I the scald when wrecker overturned
graduating class. Severalre but else in either
no one car or
spread at The afternoon
Germans sent In nearly 100 tanks i noon. New Mexico. Before entering theArmy while to
trying place two -
presented by proxy as a In two waves, and the first wave session. will be resumed at 1:30.: the truck was Injured. he was a civil engineer back
od | of senior boys are penetrated the 1st Division's posi- Chaplain J. C. Richardson of Charles Ingram, State Road with the State Road Department. train-truck r
F eady collision Thursday,
serving In the armed Camp Blanding will deliver the Patrolman who made the Investigation -
tions. Cut off from Its base the
Irceg May 20, six miles south of Starkeon
or are training for, defense Sunday evening sermon at 8 1'. M. stated that the car belonged
rk at Camp Roosevelt and Infantry stood Its ground, as only Tax Must Be Paid Road 13. O. A, Barnes won
to- a Hampton man who
her the bent-trained, bestdisciplinedtroops also seriously Injured In the mishap p
training centers. will do, until artillery and Recent Births was fire chief at the Air Base John L. Fans collector of In.. and it was stated this week
[ impressive exercises, anti-tank drove the tanks and that It was evidently stolen ternul revenue. Jacksonville ad-
e Rev. that If his life In saved, chances
Q. c. Powell pronounced back. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Johnson Vanderbilt from its parking place at the vises that the June 19 Installmentof .
that will
e 1 ; are he be blind
benediction and the band May 24, Base. The three soldiers who 1942
... girl; the Income tax must be
"The Germans had 31 tanks put The accident was the aftermath
the I
recessional as the Mr. and Mrs. Jack Crawford, stole the car have been turned paid regardless of any legislation
out of action that of wreck
"ilors. day; they lost a In which a 'negro
wearing the 'traditional May 26, girl. over tomilitary, authorities. now pending before Congress.
|ps and gowns, marched frome ,; heavily in both men and equipment truck driver was burned to death I ,
| auditorium. .., during those four days of I and his truck demolished
'fighting. When the 1st Division The two men were. rushed to

|A large Baccalaureate audience of Sermon parents and retired from the southern ridge Pest Mosquitoes And Their ControlBy the Health Clinic at Starke for

lends of the school attended I ,called Djebel Berda at the end of flrst-ald treatment and then to

the fourth day It was only to pre- the St. Luke's Hospital at Jack
annual Baccalaureate Sermon Harmon S. Bayer, V. 8. Public Health SPrvlt'eand
for a fresh offensive.
lch was delivered Sunday night pare Irving 1&. Abrams, M. !>., p, A. Surgeon (R) V, H. p, If. S. Another wrecker
the auditorium by the Rev. G. I In describing a later mission was broughtto

Powell of the Starke Methodist I. that was not entirely successfulIt (.;dltor'. Note: Because<< of the In the city at present.The To prevent these mosquitoes.. the scene to rescue the wrecked

Piurch. The invocation was given LT. COL. STERNBERG ( was planned for the 1st Division mutually large number of "pent"' Malaria Control Crew I from bothering the householderIt wrecker, and the track was finally -

the Rev. A. E. Lightfoot andHigh and warm friendships to capture some hills northof Moaquitoe: In Sturke thin aum- would gladly do mosquito con : Is necessary to empty all water cleared.

e School Chorus sang overseas established many between the a certain pass, while the 9th mer, the Telegraph asked the trol if It were possible, but the containers within and around the

itt' Up Tour Heads." The Glee were and the division personneL Division was! to take those! to the Clay-Bradford County Health money for the work was appropriated home. If standing water Is desired Gets Commission

ib sang -Thy Word Is Like a townspeople south while the 1st Armored Unit for a dltlciM loa of the problem by Congress for Ma- such as flower vases etc., As Army NurseMiss

(Continued on page eight) the North African Division advanced through the and a workable plan for .Its laria Control only and It Is not changing the water in the receptacle -

I In describing Time magazine. In Its pass Time commented: "The control.) legal to use any of the funds for once a week accomplishes Lillian Stump, daughter of

victory, Lieut. fault was not with the 1st Division Since time Immemorial the mos the abatement of pest mosquitoes. the same purpose. Tin cans if Postmaster and Mrs. Fred F
.We Will Travel !tssua" of May after, four days which took all of Us ob- quito has plagued mankind disturbing Thus it Is apparent that the thrown in the back yard should Stump, bas already been sworn

Col. Sternberg schedule '. The 9th his and funds. for the work if it Is to be
By Air of continuous fighting: jectives on rest carrying be pierced so that they cannot In as a 2nd Lt., and will receive
and nights that his men were so Division, In its first offensive action .diseases which are in some In- done must come from a local hold water. Roof gutters should her commission as an Army
as saying not ) with fatal for : malaria source. If, however a be clean. Rain I barrels
Prepare yourself for the "If you'd told a man a could keep pace stances example programIs kept Nurse by June 1. She will be
forthcoming "Air Age" by tired that the other side ofa the 1st. Its officers particularlythe and yellow fever. As the to be Inaugurated with the should be sprayed with Flit or sent a raUroad ticket by the Government I

reading: German was wouldn't on have given a battalion and company com- science of civilization progressed local funds It Is the privilege of some similar Insecticide once a ; with her "marching

"A ., c OF AVIATION" rock" he manders, were not so well trained man learned bow' to cope with the Malaria Control Engineer to week. If storage of rain water Is orders" very soon, and will not f

How they fly and why-for begInners dlInR. several weeks without a or experienced as those of the the pests by various means. It is offer his services, without com- necessary. The insecticide will know where she will be sent until
After 1st." only In the past fifty years how- pensation, as a consultant.The have no effect upon the water then r
advanced students Sternbergswere
and the
-by Lt. Co). Victor W Page word of thrilled their to son receive a V-Mail ever, that he has learned how control of pest mosquitoes and will disappear within' a few Miss Stump received most of

U. S. Air Corp. Reserve. written on May 1J.It : False Rumors they breed and how they can be in Starke could be accomplishedby hours after spraying. her training at the Orange Gen

"WIN YOUR WINGS" by letter Sunday note, but wa! controlled successfully. two different methods-((1> The most Important angle of eral Hospital In Orlando, though

Col. Roscoe Turner .and Jean was just them a know that all Concerning Accident In Starke there is In existence personal control by the individual mosquito control in Starke will she spent three months. at the

H. Dubuque. enough to let wrote: Are ScotchedMostly and has been for the past year. householder and (2) central con- have to be the formation of a Charity Hospital In New Orleans,

"B ILL Y MITCHELL"rounder was well. Ben Please excusethe a Malaria Control project. With trol by a local crew. crew' of two. men to oil the various La. She Is the first native

of our Air Force-by "Dear folks:but there's onlya to correct a rumor that the cooperation of the Malaria The function of the IndividualIs breeding places. In and around Bradford Countaln to receive a
briefness Control In War Areas of town. These would be de-
Emile killed on Program I men commission as an
soldier were
Gauvreau and Lester of light left. several Important, for If each army nurse so j
minute very
few the U. S. Public' Health tailed to oil f
Service Alligator
Cohen of May 20 when a truck : parts 0 far as is known here.
for a the night
"VTCTORY We are at last headed on Road 261 the Bradford County Health Unit I householder expects to be free of Canal, the street outlets to the
Ger- into a Company
the ran
POWER" rent-I hope. Starke and Camp Stan bail presented this vital war ser r mosquitoes he must examine hi* storm sewer system and various Another
where between Dog
by ,
P. de Major Alexander: mans here are In pen If the Telegraph takes pleasure vice to the people of Starke. own premises. Mosquitoes breedIn road ditches In the city, for It if
Severeky. ding
THE: RAFT" they belong. By the should way In printing the following news Malaria Control .Is, however, not and around houses. :Mosqultom these places that are producingmoat O. C. Blumer. who already ownsa

fliers about ,Navy President Roosevelt released from mosquito control. Malaria Control Mill breed In any standing wau.- of the mosquitoes that are very neat "hot dog" stand .
who like to note which was ,on
:** days, by fought the sea for drop In tell him I'd the Public Relations Office at consists of the oiling and Thft probable breeding places In plaguing the town. The cost of the corner of Tempi and Pratt

"SEVEN Robert TrumbulL get borne for fetus abyfore Camp Blinding: raining of swamps which breed and around homes are: ((1)) water this work Including labor and oil streets, and operates'a cafe In

CAME THROUGH"hLVaptaln See that boy of o f soldiers the Anopheles quadrlmaculatus, plant containers. ((2)) flower vases, would be about 975 a month or the Starke Bowling Alley will
"While a group
backer's Edward V. ,Rlckenull he's. big enough to whip letter me., were on a practice march on the the particular mosquito which I ((3) water buckets (4) laundry about $400 for this summer and open! another "hot dog and ham-

hit menage story including I've received all your neraber Starke road around 11 P. M., a causes malaria. There are, how- tubs left with standing water, ((5): ) fall.These burger" stand just north of the H, ;

to America..' and do I like VmS R truck returning from Starke. In ever. many breeding places in and roof gutters, ((8) rain barrels, ((7)) then, are the euggestione bowling alley on Temple Avenue

roQUEEN OF THE FLATPubllcy my morale. Love to all from" meeting another car, swerved Into around Starke, which breed pest tut cans that hold water ((8)) discarded tendered by your health about June 1. Steve Weldon owns

Stanley Johnson. J30Q article the soldiers. Seventeen men mosquitoes and not malaria mos- bottles and old pans ((9) unit for the abatement of the the stand, and Is having contrac.. I!

ClUb, 8ullding Library' In Woman's According to the Time 17-18Ithe were treated at the Station Hos- ultoes.. and It .Is these mosquitos, and any container that will hold mosquito nuisance now botheringthe tor R. H. Math remodel and pot

on the night of March 45 mUes pital. There were no fatalities." which are causing the discomfort standing water. town. lit In shape for Mr Blumer.
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a (j than vacation purposes must be wholly eliminated and Mrs. E. D. Jones Sunday, number o f physical turndowns

The Bradford County Telegraph and that vacations should be spentat Mrs. Etta Fay Warren and son. from :SO to 33 per cent. Instead *
A' Sammy, of Starke visited Mr. and the percentage has Increased to
EatabUabed 1877
home or as near home as possible. Direc- Mrs. Hiram Prescott Sunday. about 65 per cent. A

MBMSBR. tor Eastman of the ODT asks the publicto Mrs.' L. B. Harper of Boomtown "Many of the 4-Fs," General CAUTION

t11p I 'i1 i .FLOWED PRESS; ASSOCIATION*, "avoid overnight trips, travel on day and little eon, William Venceof Hershey complained to the Senate TO

ri NMlGNALEDnORIALASSOCIAnON. coaches, and carry box lunches on the Sanford spent a few days here Committee, "are not obviously un Y WAR-r'1rrE'
visiting Mr. and Mrs Ray Godge fit. Later, a good many will haveto
h I trains, so as not to add to the strain on and little Ray Harper last week. be accepted. In war we've got
E. L. Matthew ___. Editor sad Owoet TRAVELERS
Pullman and dining car facilities--carry as The Christian Church here Is to take some we wouldn't otherwise q ,
I .
SUBSCRIPTION HATE little baggage as possible Be preparedto having a Bible. School every Sun- want. ,
is cordially I
The public
: Yearly $1.75; Six Months 1.0ft expect delayed arrivals, crowded condi day r
invlted to attend.THERE5SA Odoms Conduct
tions and lack of the usual travel comforts. .
fublUhed Weekly on Frtota,. and Entered mm SeoMK Palatka AuctionJ.
Y... The cooperation of employers and of individuals I
d CUM Matter at the Post Office at Starka. Fla. :
in minimizing vacation travel By Mb Ida Hajran D. Odom Sr., and J. D. Cash 1 a dangerous traveling companion. It tempts thieves.
; ,
i r I' a, Put That Typewriter To Work is urgently necessary Herbert Cloversettle of Cocoa Odom, men Jr., Bradford have recently County taken livestock may be lost. It is wise to turn this cash into safe and iptndil<*hl!

"There is no pleasure in giving such Beach arlved here Monday to over the auction at the Palatka American Express Travelers Cheques.\ If lost or stolen,their
wife ]
n I Governor L. II olland 1 has spend several days with his ttaJ.
ra Spessard advice as this, and I know that many will and daughter.. State Farmers Market and will is promptly refunded to you. You spend them as you do cash w

launched a state-wide project to obtain find it difficult to realize that there is need Miss Elizabeth Phillips employed henceforth operate there one daya they remain good until spent.
r, 2,250 typewriters in Florida for the Army week in addition to the Columbia -
with Southern Bell Telephone
for it. If they will think for a moment of week Livestock Market which They are inexpensive;cost 7 5 and Navy forces and started the campaign Co., in Starke, spent last Minimumcoit to

.' /;?45, it off right with two typewriters from his what the induction of many, millions training, of and servicemenmeans final embarkation with and family.Mr.her ,.father, D. J. Phillips, they Bradford operate at County Lake stock City. men for$1 0 to $3 0. Issued denominations$to, $20, $50 and$idol|

;f,; +y own office. in the way of a load our rail and Mrs. J. W. Ferrell who have been patronizing the For sale at Banks, Express Offices and many Railroad: SlariOtk

4 ,, In an open letter to citizens, business upon and daughters. Jackie and Bev- Lake City market are advised
roads and busses, combined with the continued that the auctions there AMERICAN! EXPRESS
IOW firms and governmental agencies in Florida, erly, of Jacksonville are spendingsome are now IIII
+ travel of these men on furlough and time with Mrs. Jerrell's parents being held on Tuesdays Instead of

the Governor said: "We urgently call for leave, of service women, and of relatives and Mr. and }ofr:!. W. W. Pack- Thursdays. The sale at PalatkaIs TRAVELERS CHEQUES
participation institution individual held every Thursday beginningat t
every or .
friends, plus J h e extraordinary business ham.Miss .
z o'CIOCk.A
in the state who, by sacrifice or rearrangement travel Elizabeth Philips and Mrs.
which the tremendous productive activity Mildred Burke spent Wednesdayof recent issue of the Columbia
of office routine
tt.r ; ; can provide of the County Gazette said "The Odoms
country requires, and if they last week In"Jacksonville.Mrs. ct
N for the armed'services any of these type- will also bear in mind that the railroadsand Alice,Jones left Saturdayfor have built themselves a splendid :
? writer machines. The machines must be Miami ,where she will visit 'reputation here as livestock men I
bus lines have been given practicallyno and through their efforts the
her sister
provided in this drive; as they cannot be
new equipment .and have lost the help Earle Geiger of Cocoa Beach growers here have been able to
& produced by factories now making war arm- of the private automobile, I think they will spent Monday with his mother, get top prices for their livestock.
;, aments exclusively." Mrs. J. P. Dickinson and family We highly recommend them to
ry upderstand what we are up against. the people of the Palatka area."
Typewriters may either be donated or
'' "Many will approve the advice as good ,
sold to the Government. If offered for sale,
for the other fellow wish to thank friends
but will our
regard a
they are purchased the U. per-
by S. Treasury sonal pleasure for their kindness during the Illness BACK UP
trip now and then
department at ceiling prices for all standard as a harmless and death of our beloved ,

Y machines made since January 1, 1935. These exception. The advice will do no good husband and father, and we also "YOUR. BOY
unless everyone will realize that it 'means wish to express appreciation for I
typewriters will be used in
military basesat the beautiful flowers. gjjj Buy an Additional
me' and "
home and abroad, on destroyers and bat- applies today as well as tomorrow. -The Swindell family. Bond Today Sri

:; tleships and on bomber planes for preparing : rr .
records, orders and reports. Unused Coupons Source Of TroubleTo Fathers May Be rar.ardaM"rwa

Bradford County being a small county strike an effective blow at black Inducted ,I.

comprised of small business firms, it is not market operations, housewives are urged to About' August 1 -- -

likely that there are many typewriters here destroy all red or blue ration stamps that Fathers between the ages of 18 PLANNING ISN'T NEW
that not '
are absolutely
to the .
con. have expired without and 38 and a i'good many" men
duct of the owner's business. However, in stamps should not being used. These I now rejected for physical reasons THE way a lot of people are talking these day., you'd
view of the critical shortage of machinesfor be given to anyone, but I can be expected to be drafted before A .think planning is something new.

the armed forces, if there is a single should be torn up or burned. General the year drafting Is over. of fathers But anybody who' ever run a farm or a factory know

typewriter in this county that is not serve The OPA points out that every expired probably will begin about Aug. that if you don't plan, you can't get the most out of

\. ing its maximum usefulness, it should be stamp is potentially a means of evading reg- 1. what you have to work with.

sold to the Government at once. ulations and obtaining food for sale at retail This schedule was given the To plan properly, the farmer has to know about crops.
without exacting points. In Senate Military Affairs Committee soils, seasons, tools, and stock; and the man operating i
other words, by Brig. Gen. Lewis B. Hershey, factory has to know about machines, markets icitnce,
This Means Me it contributes to higher prices and to need- Selective Service Director, in opposing and engineering. '

less scarcity of food. You are helping to the Kilday bill to postponethe Yet for all this specialized knowledge which each of

The Office of Defense Transportationadvises protect yourself in the long run if you des drafting\ of fathers until all these activities require, the managers of both farm and

that non-essential travel for other troy those unused stamps. single men have been taken. factory have much in common in their planning. They
General Hershey said that Se- have the same problems-to mention a few-of em

lective,.Service already is carry- Under the Rationing Program ployment and taxes, of costs and a fair profit, of letting
BRANCH SUNNY BROOK FARMBy of :Mr. Kelly's brother and sister- Ing out provisions of the Kilday aside reserves for a "rainy day."

t' By Aim. T, N. Norman I Mm. Ar,ul CrawfordMr. .:in-law recently., Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Kelly, bill, except that some fathers In Pairs ef You Shoes are allowed Per Year.3 And they have the same objective in their planningto

3' Mr. and Mr. L.. G. Norman i. :! and Mrs. W. R. Haislop and I Shy' Brown was nonessential.occupations being drafted. If they alreadyare shouldbe Let Us Make Your Old do everything they 'can for their country today,
visiting Mrs.
and little daughter, Lynda Lou Mrs. Inez '' and tomorrow, to make a fair living through greaterservice
Kelly were Visiting at Arle Brown Wednesday. He Is deferred; 'it! would hasten the Ones Like New
': spent the week-end In Jacksonville : the State Farm Sunday afternoon. now with the United States day when we would have to start to their fellow Americans. General ElcJric/ Com
;' with relatives.. Mr. and Mrs.. Enoch Kelly and Navy. Induction of all fathers," he told TheL'lcclric pang SchenedaJy. N. Y.GENERALeELECTR.

Mrs. A. F. Hall and children children of Wateroak were visitIng Mr. and Mrs. William the Committee. Shoe
who have been visiting her slater, Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Kelly and At present draft registrantsare
fy Larry Hugh were Across From Park Theatre
Mrs. T. N. Norman, returned to Sunday afternoon.Mr. visiting Mrs. Crosby's mother, I being called before draft !
her home In Jacksonville: Satur and Mrs. C. C. and boards the of
Crosby Mrs. at rate about 10.000
Alston of
Lake Butler, Sun- ., .,... .
.. ....
.x. .
day.Mrs. children, Bule and Bobby, and day afternoon. a day to meet the Army and t'sue. '.s.- "AwnosR''t4.OFrgowpo.4oww.var:
A. Chapman and childrenof Mrs. Arsula Crawford and baby, Navy's demand for a 10.800,000 ;
Jacksonville spent Sunday here Shirley Ann were dinner guestsof WOODLAWNBy military force.
with her parents, Mr, and Mrs. Mr. and :Mrs.! Warren Kelly Standard Rained :
J. S. Sapp.' 1 and family, Sunday.Mr. Alice Grove Since the Army recently raisedIts ; Make: ''It.. Our. utuaL Olaf ectjr c-

Mr. and Mrs. F. S. Shaw and and Mrs. L. P. Fonda and Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Aqualrof physical standards to match
children of Lawtey were visiting. children of Waldo were visiting Georgia were visiting Mr. and the Navy's, the number of men UIt
Mr. and Mrs. Felix Sapp Sunday.JNDIGESTON Mrs. Pond's parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Norman Sunday.Mr. deferred into, 4-F jumped materially CllEVIOLET{ EALEII
Mru. J. N. Kelly Sunday. and Mrs. Dalton Carter of in fact so much as to alarm ;; #..V ,
officials, who seeking
W. C. Ward and daughter, Starke were visiting Mr. and Mrs. manpower are
Joyce spent the week-end In Oscar Carter and Sunday to prevail,upon the military l Yot
Saturday e
\ > o ar Servin
GE77HF Georgia visiting relatives. men to change their standards.The s 'aaJ'JnsJb1 !

., t SPEED) SURE Mrs. Lennie Tomllnson and Mlsa Lucille Graves has Just as drawn na.tlon's: up ,by manpower Paul V. McNutt budget, : o.p.t
children of Lake Butler are spending returned from a two weeks visit War Manpower Commissioner }a <:}; { -. 1 Y .
RELIEF FOR AC/0 :oti i w :!a :< ..i.,5. :
few }
a days with Mrs. Tomlln- :
we ,
with her uncle and aunt. :Mr. and counted on a ,reduction In theDr. ?f ?i': rv
son'a parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. N.
Mrs. E. N. Wester of Jackson -----
Kelly. ville.
Mr. and Mrs. Marlon Moody,
Leon Starling of the U. S.
Mrs. Joe Moody of New River
Coast Guard was visiting his sister
Mr. and Mrs. Eaton Brown of
Mrs. Geneva Hilliard, last
Sampson City, and Mr. and Mrs. week..
Jack Goodge and daughter, Doris,
of Starke were guests of Mrs. Mrs.. Della Thompson was visitIng '
Arle Brown Sunday. her parents Mr. and Mrs.

Carpenter's' Drug Store Leesburg Mr. and were Mrs.week-end Joe Kelly guests of week.Buddie Starling near Lawtey last Max Shane

Miss Alice Groves was visiting Optometrist
her grandmother at Raiford Sun !

:My Many Yearn FUNERAL Experience Makes DIRECTOR It Possible for Me to Render day.Mrs.. Graham Crews was vUltlng If your eyes bother you let yf I .
her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Yar-
EFFICIENT PROMPT and COURTEOUS SERVICE me examine them and fit you
MODERATE PRICED brough Of Baldwin last week. with glasses if.you need th....

30'years .Jt .erlence.Holidays
.Starke, Florida, Louise Vnrnee end Sundays byappolntm.nt.TELEPHONE YOUR RESPONSIBILITIES
Mr and Mrs. Henry Tomlinson v/ vV
announce the birth of a babybo 401 Temple Theatre Building Keep tires properly inflated Check carefully .. '
>'. May 14. Corner Main and Monroe Streets v/Keep radiator and your car
'' battery fill.dv'
Prompt 'Service Careful Drivers Mr. and Mrs. Artford Brown JACKSONVILLE FLORIDASentinels Get y Give it skilled, reliable servic*
a service
and sons of JacksonvUle'pent check-up Help to "Save the Wheel*
the week-end with Mrs. Brown's at regular intervals

_ parents, Mr. and Mrs. W H. that Serve America" '
Starke Taxi Service Smith. -

Miand Mrs. Rome Varnes and
children of Palatka and Mr. and
Phone 150 Mrs L. B. Harper of Boomtown of Health

and Harper'little of Sanford son. William, spent Saturday Veitce Dolt Neglect Them "Get More\ Out of What You've (i so'r :;
Nature the .
Day Night night with Mr. and Mrs. Roy delgnd Job.Their teak Irld.Ia to"keep to do the amarveloua
Ooodge. Little Roy Harper returned flowlnc blood......In.of an axeeei of BY GETTING
J toil Impuritlae. Tb.act of iivtu4.f.. MONTHLY
home with his parents to few tbe kldneya mutt remove from
spend a days.
the blood If mad .heath U to ...d.....
Mrs. Roy Goodge and Dock When the kldneya; fall\ to unction aa
I FOR SAFETY, COMFORT AND ECONOMY RIDE Warren were In Gainesville Monday mate Nature that Intended may ear there body-wide la retention diatreea. of-
,. business. ,
: .II on On*may rvae.aeaa baekaoba'
Curtis Varnes of Jacksonville paraiatant" aaadaeha.attacka of Oe.ie.r: SKE YOlK
might. a..Uka poadla
l.ttini up
was vittltlng his wife and parents ....d.. tha ajraa-(aal tired .....0..., all
worn out.rnqu.n4 .
CORRECT Saturday night and'Sunday. Mr.
FOR COURTEOUS INFORMATION aaantr'*'burnlnc: : paaaara

PLEASE> PHONE 147 Varnes In U Jacksonville.: employed at the shipyard an.om.tim.a.] or reeocnlaed!bladdar lurtb.r.vid.aa dlatnrbaaea.Tha and proper. traatmant at tutu. -

Mrs. Annie Rye and children. la.diuratla medicine to help the kldn.ya
Buddy and Barbara Jean, of u:.rid P..of.,exoeee. P\U.aoleonoua They ;ban body bad waate.i more.
UNION BUS STATIONLACY FaUtka arrived Monday to spenda t.... forty rear.of nubile: approval.Areendoraad
the ec entry over. Inaial on
CONWAY Agent Ray few Goodge.days with Mr. and Mrs. Oaaa'a Sold at aU drug etoraa.DOANS Chevrolet C<

[Temple Are. Starke, Florida Mr and Mrs. Willis byal of II / PILLS
Starke were dinner guests of Mr. Starke
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The spoilage. That is why authorities fitting cover and deep enough for ere, cover with liquid in which weeks, pointing out that early petition has been granted. ment. to
8 For insist that the pressure cooker be water to cover jars at least an cooked; add 1 teaspoon salt to vaccination not only provides Immunity "Secondly, the landlord Is required Mr. Duke urged landlords

ehold used for processing such foods.A Inch is suitable. A rack, to raise each quart, completely seal, and for them when they are to file a change of tenancy follow these simple procedures
CAN limited number of pressure jars from bottom of boiler, Is process Immediately 30 minutes at quite young but less serum Is required form with the rent office within cal' lIlly since by so doing they
tKAUV TO cookers are on the market. If needed. A jar lifter is also 10 pounds pressure. Cool immediately for young pigs than for would protect themselves from incurring -
can hospital-like you are Interested In obtainingone needed. and store in dark, cool older ones.Farmers. five days after a new tenant has the various penalties to
tever and you strictest care at see your rationing committee Large wooden spoons, ladle, pant!')'. can have the vaccina- moved In. Both the tenant and .which they might otherwise lay

seep are MUSTS In homestep ;.or your county home agent. These suitable knives, peelers, jar funnels If mature beans 'or so-called tion work done by veterinariansor the show landlord that must their sign rental this formto themselves open.

Insure safe keeping, to, cookers will be placed where they colander, cup, pint, and quart "shell beans" (those which have other qualified persons. ment has been mutual and agree-that I Office supplies of all kind for
lid value, and to have high will serve the greatest number of measures, household scales, plenty' grown starchy) are used the time "Too much risk Is Involved in the tenant haa seen the landlord's I sale at The Bradford County
I pl'oducta. Read directions !people, fill the greatest need, and of soft, clean, white rags to save for processing should be Increased trying to raise hogs without havIng of the registration state Telegraph.
Ely and follow them accura- I be most continuously in use. stains on dish cloths tend to make 10 minutes. them vaccinated. There Is no copy ,
rjon't take chances. The Those, therefore, who plan to the work of a busy day easier. As for butter beans, only fresh cure for cholera: but there is a
organisms that cause share a cooker and to work In Jars and lids needed should be :ly picked, young, tender butter preventive and only one preven-
can't be seen, but they groups will be more likely to be checked carefully. Only live, soft :beans should be used. (Legumes tive and that's vaccination. For
fbe destroyed If food Is to given first consideration. rubber rings or new !self-sealing! such as snap beans, butter beans, his own profit and for his coun- OFFICESUPPLIES
When canning, prep aredness 'lids should be used. Jars and lids and peas lose vitamin C rapidly try's war food production pro-

[,-acld I vegetables (whichall pays. Before starting, line up and should be washed thoroughly to Wash unless held before under refrigeration.Wash) gram, every farmer should have
be ready for sterilization when pods shelling. his vaccinated at the right
vegetables except to- check equipment, large and small. needed. Jar fillers and other the shelled beans. Pre-cook 4 to age,"pigs the Experiment Station

and peppers), meats andLed i Have cooker tested for accuracyof equipment that will come In con 8 minutes. Pack boiling hot into worker a..ld.Some .
to be heated far above guage. Perhaps a large and tact with food should be within containers and cover with waterIn
Il2 degrees Fahrenheit of small water bath canner Is needed. quick reach. which beans were cooked. ". ..
water In order to destroyrganietns Any. container-wash boiler, lard Of equal Importance In canning When the Jar Is packed half full, Beans
", that cause food pall, cracker tin-having tight is that the valuable mineralsand add seasoning. Seal and process Left Too LongThe
vitamins should___ n not__ hoed __ WAAt_ pints :50 minutes at 10 pounds We Stock Many Items Needed In Ordinary
through careless handling of pressure. Food Distribution Administration -
FOODS CHICKEN DINNERS fresh vegetables. Can at peak of ; -a Government agency- Business Routine, Both Civilian And Mili-
A freshness and succ ul e n c yond How Farmers held a demonstration at the Farmers
pack nutrition In every container. Market Wed., to show grow tary. Let Us Supply Your Needs ; ?
STEAKS CHOPS Canning Ivan Can Help Prevent ers just how beans must be gradedIn ..
It is generally true that beans Feed ShortageMaximum order to be handled by the
TE\IPTING.-TASTY.: SANDWICHES have a limited time of very lavish agency. They bought those beans
DELICIOUS HOME:\ MADE PIES production. For most varieties, production of high( which were available at the floor Account Books Box Files
however, canningtime is not Identical quality feed crops'and efficientuse price of Jl.SO per hamper. Adding Machine Paper & Ribbons j
with cooking time, and if of feed are two ways In which) Many of the farmers met a setback Desk Blotter Pads Cardboard I
highest quality Is desired I Florida .the Florida farmer can help to two or three weeks ago Card Index Files '
A & A LUNCHEONETTE home canners must harvest the 'solve the complicated feed short when there was an over-supply of Desk Calendars File Folders
beans some four to seven days age which has developed duringthe beans, L. 1.[, White, acting man- Gummed Kraft Tape
Park Theatre Bldg. ____ ____ Starke, Florida ahead of the cooking days. This past few month, Dr. Raymond ager of the State Farmers' Mar- Rubber Stamps Stamp Pads & Ink
is when the beans are solid meat Becker, State Experiment ket, said this week. Some of
Mimeo InkShaeffer's
Ink Eraser
f immfmfm Hm mm mmmi mmmmHfmimmmmmmmmmmmi mmmmi mf and when there Is but slight de- Station feed authority, said this the growers said It wouldn't pay
in Pints and Quarts!
m mtfmmmmt R fmmmmmmmmmi m mmmmmmmtmmtmH mmm m mmfmf i velopment of seed to be seen, and, to pick their crop unless they got Skript
of course, free of fiber. week.Dr.. Becker recently returned at least $1.25 per hamper. Inconsequence Legal Blanks Legal Pads

From where I These beans will b e a deep from a regional conference of they left them on Loose-leaf Ledger Outfits
sit,. green color, crisp. and tender. In feed manufacturers, animal nutri the vines until they are now too Carbon Paper Second Sheets
preparing them for canning only tion workers, and animal Industry old and hard to sell. Neither the Typewriter Paper and Ribbons
the ends need trimming off. Kentucky specialists In Atlanta, where all canning plants nor the truckerscan Typewriter Oil and Cleaner
Wonder still remains a fav- phases of the feed shortage were handle them now, Mr. White Onion Skin Paper Mimeograph Paper
4' Joe Marsh. orite for canning and furnishesthe considered and a program developed said. "I could have sold all of Post Hinders Paper Punches
main crop for that purpose. for solving some of the them to the canning plants if I Duplicate Receipt Hooks ,
When harvested promptly, they problems which It has created. could have gotten trucks," he King Binders Salespads ,
are of superior flavor and many The shortage ot feed has de said, "but I couldn't get them." Stenographer's Notebooks '\
I the official' the times will furnish an abundant veloped because more livestock,
1 Burry was reflecting back got out report Shipping Tags Merchandise Tags
[ the last war and what the Office of War Information made supply of tender, brittle beans : more poultry, more eggs and Duke Asks !Rubber Type Outfits Postal Labels

Vs used to do when they got and read him this:"The fact that when during the the bush hot,varieties summer fall.months more the Nation milk are than being ever produced before and In Full Compliance Alco-Grip Tabbing
there Is vastly less drinking Ink
rlough. For canning snap beans, use because copra, of' which half a From LandlordsWilliam Pay Envelopes .
soldier In this
'a weren't a hard-drinking among war may only young, tender, freshlypickedbeans. I billion pounds were Imported annually Steel Letter-Size "rile-its. !
particularly,but that wag Mm la part from" the sale of These are the most desirable in peace time, coconut U Duke, Area Rent Director Klasp Envelopes Styli
fproMbltlon.1* Bald Bill, "and beer In camps. are richest in vitamins, and meal, and fish meal are no longer for the Gainesville-Starke And Many Other Items
Idden fruit always seems From where I Bit, It certainly grade the highest. They are can- available from the Client and the Area, disclosed this week that
i goln'after. We'd hunt up doesn't look as If we had totlegger ned whole with ends of pods nip- Pacific area. landlords were falling down badlyIn I

which was easy, worry about our boys. We ped off. Wash thoroughly, snip, I There are more cattle, hogs, : meeting the two main requirements ALL KINDS OF COMMERCIAL
!buy a bottle learned our lesson In the last or, If preferred, cut into desired :. poultry, and other livestock on the I of the Rent Regulations."In .
war, and I'm glad to sea we're lengths. farms of America this year than the first place," said Mr PRINTING ,
So,instead of a beer or two, on the light track now. Place in kettle, cover with boll- ever before, so one can readilysee Duke, "no upward adjustment In
11-1 guess we generally drank ing water and simmer uncovered how more feed than ever before rent can be made until such Bradford CountyTelegraph
i much! wonder what the /1 (1". about four minutes, or until the I la needed to produce the change Is ordered by the rent con-
S i are doing this t1me'l"O /VlA.Ut(. beans will bend without breaking. great quantities of meat and other trol office.
The larger, less succulent grades animal product. that are neededto "When landlords add furnitureor
will take 5 to 10 minutes pre- win the war. Yet our Import equipment and wish to raise

\ W c/a Series Copyright, 1943, Brewing industry Foundation cook. Pack hot into the contain- of feed that we were accustomed I their rent, they must first peti-
to In peace time with smaller tion. The law requires them to Phone 29 Starke Fla. I
numbers of livestock; have been collect no more than the maxi ,
cut off,'' the Experiment: Station mum registered rent until their
worker explained.To -
help solve the problem and
to produce maximum quantities of

animal next year products, Dr. Becker this year advised and ,7PH11/5m,1: : I

Florida farmers to make every tf
: : :
WARCHANGES endeavor Produce to as follow much this feed program, parties;: 7klr

ularly high protein feed, as pos
sible. Such feed Includes legume ':

hay, pastures, and early-cut .You can spot it every time ,
grasses! (which are higher In pro
tein than more mature grasses).

AFFECTING Produce as much corn, peanuts, are in training, too. at universities, under the .
DIRECTLY velvet beans, oats, and other such GRLS
feeds as possible. pre-graduation program to fit them later for j
rw Q 4. Make provisions for winter pastures

.!' .' = _= YOUR CAR .' feeds. and home-grown r, winter various auxiliaries of the Armed Forces. Ask them I If they

\NJ welcome chance to and enjoy refreshment...the
:), Use all feed efficiently, balanc a pause
\ ended.
When war came to America t. ."driving .1 nroal"
ing high protein feeds with
;: ..'ii" HIgh speed, long Wipe, plentiful gaolin were rated out citrus pulp, and other .carbohydrate refreshment of ice-cold Coca-Cola. Who wouldn't ,
,, _, Everything changed. And here's important point,Tour
', /' car and your c.r' eerrioe program should be changed. products. Use animal proteins /
too, to 6t these new conditions. sparingly, and balance them Deliciousness In every drop. Refreshment In every
with oil !seed! meals, mill byproducts -
HAS YOUR CAR and high quality roughage. sip.That's ice-cold Coca-Cola. Enjoy a Coke and
WILL YOUR CAR Cooperate with neighbors and
DEC. 1941 LAST OUT THE t OC r. 1942 DOWN"T feed stores (In helping to make '1 you enjoy all the difference between something

Your car was designed the feed far r
supply go as as possible -
1E, Stoppage of aoto- and something to drink.It' .
refreshing just
g for perform really
aU O y mobile production JS M1 1 1 anc.overa..ld.rang. for greatest use and maximum
pp that 'M results.If .
m.ant your
t of speed. You can getgreater
present ear matt DD In Information on feeds or pastures
PR D' lass for th. dura- today'r kind economy of driving ) Is needed, consult your natural for popular name to acquire friendly abbrevla.done. .

S' OQQE Men. You atiumednew to a S by having It adjuit- county agent or write to the That' why. you hear ,Coca-Cola: called Coke. Both

"care responsibility for your car." .. ed and especially under" driving.for "35 Florida Gainesville Experiment, Florida.Stockmen Station, mean the lame thing..."coming from a .lngl. source, and

for your country. well known to the community".

ARE YOV DOING DEC. 1942 PART OF YOVR Have HogsVaccinated
Don't wait *
rubber shortage
o* tune your engine
m ad.RAyioN dr. protection GpS for m*.lmnm econ A warning Florida farmersto
vitally Important. You G .Well also ch.ck
N om, their vaccinated
ARE learned all about inflation have pigs
[ ptl for dragging brakes,
F and wheel 1alignment. against cholera or run the risk of
S leaky: fuel lines, improper
STARTED Did you fG1 lubricant and losing many or all of them was
learn also about Old- other canes of ca.tir..nc sounded this week by Dr. A. L.
mobil. comp/er wait Sbealy, head of the State Expert-
men Station animal Industry de-

partment. i
SKILLED MAM. "With our country needing iI I
JAN. 1943 of pork It can produce -
APRIL 1942 BEEN ADJUSTED '''''' ROLLING every ounce I
FOR THIS r'S Since the Government this year, we cannot affordto i
You are ..nm.low.r ,( baa recognUed: : take chances of losing any of iI
PUguC octane gas so the air a3 D auto mechanics as. our hogs," he declared. "Of f ,. w.4E I
[! force can have more 0 eeeential workers, car course, some farmers have been I
tOu1 JOO octane fueL Yourcar pEE tA owners can be assured raising pigs to market After merclec,what could be> more) welcome)than
'NG should be ad jutted ..... lucky in ? with ie.coLl! Coca-CoU.
G ,S, diet.L 1j; QR of competent size without having them vaccinated ) as. Pause that refreshes
to its new E ice. You can always
laC1A .t DS perform this WpR count on Oldsmobile but they have simply been y II II.J
important service for service I lucky. Farmers who have triedIt __
YoaIs. and have lost their whole herds '
know that only too welL"Cholera
r Is likely to break out
? .'. anorAe foot the wai Medusa. tell... Or boy: need mot weapons Bonds with disastrous effects at anytime .J I II
...more weapon eoet mora monq...mil ot u. mat buy mora among pigs that have not been 'I 'j

vaccinated, but It can be controlled Ii
DEALER by cacclnatlon. "It Is far better 1'1
and safer to go to the trouble
SERVICE e14I?%' t and the o o m p aratively small The best ,' !
AU.-'ROC/ND ALL-QUALITY, ALL-CAR additional expense of having pigs
Immunized by vaccination than to (L :
is _
herd ri
run the risk of seeing one's =

ORODE CHEVROLET CO. time wiped by out this In dlee"he an Incredibly asserted.short the better buy I i

advised farmers to t' 11

STARKE FLORIDA have their the ages pig of vaccinated eight and between ten- STARKE COCA-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY '\ t:i



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FRIIJAY.- .1Lo....,_

SOCIETY and CLUBS flashy insIgnia-a gory sword Wars IJq
. Ifli may come
{ ; and
: of flame
: against a background go, Jut 'Ye wen

________________ ___ __ _______nn---__ Oa&/w9. Sudden thought: \Vonderwho'd best forever: girls, must ;look
win a contest for the most I ThInk
't the
Miss\ Harley Compliments Mary Weldon Celebrates14th feature of the last' program givenat luxuriant eyebrows-John L. Lewis to WAACs jus' II, T WOQ't 111)1 1 ):
f the club that It Is being repeated I worry about whsi lib>>
Mrs.\ AnniversaryWith : .
HollidayAt Birthday by or our own Phil Vltsky girls are gonna the 0IIt-
request.All wear
Bridge Party Party Friday Night soldiers and civilians are Invited Author of "How to Win Friend Commentary on Koch's human nature: long See you III .
Paul Hudgins ( ) reports (he lilt
to attend the
Miss Abble Harley entertained Miss Mary Weldon was hostessto which will be given in the program main and Influence People. that pie sales have* increased
Monday evening In honor of Mrs a number of her young friends t nhenomenonally since they were -Clroh
lounge of the USO -"
),r" Arthur N HOlliday, who before last Friday night at the home of building. forced to up the price from 10 to NO'rlf'llJ OP n ::::-

r ; Pk'{ r' her recent marlage was Miss Sara her parents Mr. and Mrs. S. A. 15c a slice Spotted an' Jot- HKIllMIF.lt ..'p.pyrhlt',."; : "''
'I Hope Haynes. This lovely party Weldon on Walnut St., the occa- CarrawayTryarMiss ted: The J. T. Quigleys riding nder.lirned U IIn<, ., kilO'. 'g

{Tit 1 took place at the home of Mrs. sion being her fourteenth birthday two on a bike Friday while their ot Chapter 2095:1: u 1 nq 1 M"-""
Mildred Marie
and Acts ot
+ Ethel M. Bigger where bowls and anniversary.The A few business car wasIn the garage for repair the Clerk 1941, will rIMPlst'
idea ot
Robert M. Carraway Jr., both of years ago a young man a bright the fr'"I' : r
vases of choice roses were used Weldon work Julia (Tison) Smith and for Rradtord :
wide of the for Cnuntyrpn.
porch selling outboard motors. He had
Starke, were married in Lake a job representing an the fictitious .
j Ii k for decoration in the'lIvlng room home, where the guests gathered Butler by County Judge J. R. outboard motor company, and he had to make sales or lose augmenting the force at Leila's Shop under which name WI ot wonllorw,

After several progressions of I was decorated In red white and Townsend on May 12. his representation. Ree Thede resigning her position I And Thompson doing Pt.husine, arc.al Hr"

'(, j, bridge It was found that Mrs. J. blue crepe paper and a variety of I He and his wife sat up nights answering the letters of at Standing Red Cross to County Florida, jltltrke' 8".1

W. Brownlee had made high and summer flowers. devote all her energies to this That .th. "aid b''''in...,
inquiry that in but and I.
sales walked with
Generals Visit Center came ; leaden shoes. op..rat..d
i by Ihe "
: r as a prize she received a box: of business of keeping house tOlJo"j
i After enjoying an entertainment Then one day the bright idea! It was to illustrate the out- ;ltarkedPleartlee' W T lit,
dusting powder; Miss\ Luclle at the high General Louis Hibbs and Gen- board Starke.
being presented motor in actual operation to the people who made At Bradford
Add to the Address book Pvt.
1 Mitchell made lowland was given school, the guests returned to the eral H. F. Kramer, commanding inquiries. Fine! Perfect! Id this 28th day Of May County h"!
a deck of cards; to\ the honor and Leonard F, Smith, Jr.-3478410S, 6-28 4t 6.18NO'rl'el Ills
} where of
Weldon home games officers two Camp Blanding His
guest Mrs Holliday, the hostess until late name was Oluf Mikkelsen; born In Denmark. Btry A, 881 F. A. Bn., APO 417 -
dancing were enjoyed Divisions, were among the distinguished -
presented a blue bon-bon dtah.t : the Mikkelsen and his wife advised the people who inquired Camp Shelby, Miss. Lester A. 1"01&" 01" "PPI.lr'Tln
In the evening. attending
guests '
to come the following Saturday afternoon to New York (Buck to S2c OEJIO: :
refreshments a you) McMillan ,
i Just before were opening of the new Service Cen- 4aeaat. Hill
assisted Mrs. "n
Mrs. Weldon by address and walk down to the Hudson river and Class Bks. Radio Service l. tell
the 1-43 130
s served in the dining room. Miss ter, sponsored by the Presbyterianand see NOTYc"F] JS tlEtiENt
served refreshmentsof
Sid Magen outboard motor in operation. School, USNTS Bainbridge, That 'w. M. uedillxh Gift
Harley gave each guest a patriot birthday cake, candy Episcopal Churches Thursday rertmoam' No. 8fl: (, 'lUSi'flJII'
punch, ,
; i 1
ket woven In the colors of red Marian Brown, Betty Jean' hired for the purpose. He soon had the outboard motor at- H & S, 3rd Bn., 10th Marines made filed name application In mv tot .rlb, .2 I?L l I
'', white and blue, and containing /guests: Seleta Beth I State Farm ScoutsThe tached and everything in order. Now for the big demonstra- Fleet Postofflce, San Francisco, he Issue) thereon. !Suld afar del.
Hlatt Sparks Merry .nlnn
tion. He Calif. Major O. W.. GrifflnO.324942 embraces the fnl1nW'1I1f
r salted nuta. The dining table was Knight Frances Col ley, Josephine i counted the people-thirty had come. Wonderful! property In the Cuunt deni,"
j ,& covered with a lace cloth and Johns,, Frances Powell lIelen Lott, Troop Committee of the But something else: had come that Saturday afternoon. 6th Army Hdqs., APO "State' Lots of ,Florida, Ie ;"I'""Brad:,
centered by a bowl of gladioli and Dorothy Mott Lila Ray Cald- State Farm Boy Scouts met Tues- Trouble! Something was the matter with the motor. Mik- 442 care Postmaster, San Francisco IR. Township IS We!I'Huh 11110'1. Aa t
utatlce and the central kelsen Calif. J. G. Alvarez, Enut. containing 20 Ranft
balancing well and Margaret Monteith. day night In the community build- spun it. It coughed and died down. He spun it again \ -en
arrangement were red candles in Ing and heard able discussions of Cough-cough! He worked for half an hour. USNR New Recruit Unit 7, .ntyh understhenxald !ht '.Id lit

silver holders. Refreshments of Scout L. F. Then he USNATC, Barln Field. Platoon 1, snarl was In the -"Ira!,
Chapman nom
Musical at USO Sunday topics by explained to the people there was a little hitch Blnnev of t A.
fruit salad and punch were served W N. North, and Wm. W. Norris but soon the motor would be Pensacola. Fla. Lt. L. O. unless said rertiflrwh
running It didn'trun
buffet style. Will Feature The colored motion picture "The at all! merrily. Jones, I. S. S. C., Fort Benning, redeemed according '( I.'han.,. ,

Invited to be with Mrs. Holll- Harmonica Player Scout Trail to Citizenship" was Three o'clock. Four o'clock. Ga. Pfc. Theodore Gocxlge property. to the deBrrlht.,1 hUhwtrourthoUKe ther.ln blddrr sip:,

a day. the honor event were: Mrs. shown. He 16G5th Ord. MM. AVN (Q), APO door on the tint u.
was ashamed to look at the spectators. Some had 633, New York N. Y. day In the month of Jul",
Karl 1 H. Johnson, Mrs. J. W. Service men and Starke citizens Pfc. which I. h.. 61h Ih
/ Brownlee Miss Lillian Stump. will again find entertainment at already left. He worked furiously. Sputter-cough. Charles E. Burton, Co.,D, 4th Bn., dRY ot ot July"' Irf.
last about five o'clock there was a different sound. 3rd ( JkThn'b
Miss Delia Rosenberg, Miss Fran- the musical program to be givenat Platoon ERTC, Ft. Clerk ot Circuit
ces Peek Mrs. Grady Baggett the USO club corner of Temple By F. R. CarradlM The motor was purring as gently as a cat in front of a fire- N. C. Lt. Ralph E. Belvoir// County, Florida. Court\ G-28 nt Br.dl In!

Mra. Richard R. Thede Mrs. and Washington Streets, at 5 Horace Cox. Inducted Into the place.-ro.n_ L __u_ _ _ _ 0798355.- APO 885.. _
Charles A. Darby Mrs. Joe Scan- o'clock Sunday afternoon. The Army recently, Is stationed at r many, ue saw a iiiuu on a yuciit watching .uu.. sac master. New York, N. Y, iv {'In(TIT {01'IIT BIMI>
Ian Mias Elizabeth Joiner Mrs. USO staff has given assurance Biloxi MIn, Keesler Field. Mrs put on fancy turns and spins for this man. The man waved Fllsv.('(It'>1'%, FLOHHMI II ('UJ|

Fred Guy. Mrs William H. Thomson I that the program will be up to Cox la, at present, staying here and Mikkelsen dashed over to him when he left the yacht Hear little Sncllen Phillips madea Ethel Perfllnsrer. Plaintiff tJ,

Jr., Miss Fay Peterson Mrs. the high standard of the other with her parents Mr. and Mrs. and went aboard the little boat. long distance call tother day Case Philip No B 2500ORDEIl r)prrilng, r, DefenJiJ

J. R. Wainwright, Miss LucUe programs given on previous Sundays P. L. Dlnklns. She was formerly He said,,'Have you a life preserver aboard your boat?" all the way from Tally to her OK" PfBLICATIOl

Mitchell Miss Irene Mathews? at the club. Mildred Dinkins. "No," said Mikkelsen. Strange question. Then the man fond auntie, Inez Green Inez STATE AND NOT1CR OF FIXmiDI: TO APPEAR

Miss Frances Opperman Mrs.. O. Acting as Master of Ceremonieswill J. C. (Jake) Prevatt, Jr., spent asked if he had any lights or a fire extinguisher. Mikkelsen says Suellen did all right, withjus' In. Derfllng-er Hell Bridge whone home to iddm Pift\
L. Haynes Mrs. Ethel M. Biggs be Pvt. again answered a little sideline coaching from Koad, 8. 0
_ John Clarke radio several days here with his par- no. Ellaabeth, ..nn..ylvanl., and wl
Miss Pearl Lewis and Mrs.. E. L. announcer. Most of the artistsare ents, Mr. and Mrs. 'J. C.' Prevatt. "I'm from the custom's office. You are under arrest." Mama Latest communique' 11 bUHlneNa* C. A.. address Church and I IH Konm Htatt tit'
advises Birw
Matthews. new to Camp Blandlng and to 'Jake' is In the Air Corps and Is Mikkelsen'*was up against it. He was In the wrong, Freddie Wimberly t Is sen- Elmira, New York :
Starke but all have delighted though he had tenced to bed with one of those"beaut1tul" You are required to appear
stationed at ,Tampa. A good .boy meant to do anything unlawful. Instead July; 6th., 1943 In the. bot< niM
Miscellaneous Shower audiences when they appeared 'Jake', with many friends. of trying to argue with the man he admitted he was cases of mumps Court and cause, wherein plmH,
For Mrs. McKinney professionally in civilian life. Pvt. then asked for advice. The wrong Glimpsed: Frank (Air. Corps) seeks divorce Mrailford In
William C. Wooten arrived agent listened and felt Oliver Telegraph shell publlxh this I
John Vis who will play the har- for the ex-Starkeite back In town In next four .
fellow also he weekly .U'L
Tuesday from Atlanta to attend young ; was a bit flattered to be asked .
for ,
Mrs. Ira Wilson entertained ata monica was for 14 years a mem- advice. At last the graduation festivities WltnenH my bend and otn
the funeral his became
of late
uncle the man sympathetic. There Heal at Starlce, Florida, thin
miscellaneous ber 0 f Mlnnevltch's Harmonica was Leila Mundy and Dot Sale In '
shower are
21. .
Arthur A. Grlffls. 'Bill' Is In the some tape that must be attended to but ,
Rascals the finally a way Atlanta buyln' a lot of A. 1. The
night May 20. 'n honor of Mrs. most famous organization worked pretties
Army.A was out which
would As Clerk
the of old C"
agent to do his for Leila's
of Its In at the style shows
Roy McKinney. The Wilson home kind the coun- now (OFFICIAL|
duty without
letter in this week from Ot-
was beautifully decorated with try. Pvt. John Fiaachl, accordionist arresting The boy had turned an being held In the big city Knight & Knight, btark. Flu
tumwa Iowa advises that all Is unsympathetic man into a sympathetic one Attya. tor F\t. 6.21,1! '
t, rose buds baby breath and glad- appeared with the Major well with the one and only William him instead of trying to out-argue him. by appealing to --
ioli. Bowes unit shows. Pvt. David
'Bill' E. Plummer. Bill Is This was the turning in
point Mikkelsen's
The honoree received many Zendell Is a concert pianist and career. Today
a In the and he
storekeeper Navy is the biggest distributor
beautiful gifts for her new home. accompanist. Pvt. Zendell will outboard motors in the world.
regards to his many Brad- He that this
1 C Mrs. ,Wilson assisted by Miss give a solo and also accompanyPvt. ford County friends. says incident taught him a lesson. He never
tries to I Pus
Lots Newsome and Mrs Lester Paul Joyce, baritone. A letter in the same mall wall out-argue anyone. THESE

Blade' served sandwiches stuffed After the program community strictly personal and the writer .

olives, cake and fruit punch singing will b e enjoyed. This turned out to be.David 'Missy' 1 "4*

1.., to the twenty guests.. proved to be such. an enjoyable Shuford of Uncle Sam's Engineersat / Callstreet; ., PYRFX. WARE 'GIF TS '

Lexington, Ky. Except for a Carolyn
subtle hint, (couched in the most ;

( unprintable language) that we t the tp f J ,

write him.. ha In rlnlnir well and

getting fat. We shall do that.: veil, folk TIle biggest spirit( Robert Green (somewhere I95t
We have Just been advised that event to date in the lives of 54 in the Pacific) writes f/QZ4t; dtUTILITY

i young William Leslie Thompson of our fairest and finest Is nowa hometolks that he recently parted

son of Mr. and Mrs Kenneth matter of history, an' I must company with his appendix and

STARKE & Thompson of Lawtey, will have confess that I got almost as much is getting along fine; had a won- t

little trouble remembering his kick out of the proceedings as if derful doctor Robert 'lows as

birthday. W. L. put in his arrival I'd worn a cap an' gown myself how he misses the homefolks

r SUN.. MON. TUES. MAY 30 31 the' day before the March Auditorium was packedto his new heart Interest, Casey and
storm which almost ended the gills of those
partsof course, and Clarke of Jackson Miss. ,
& JUNE lot Lawtey. This young man was student speakers were right in Glimpsed Muriel Simpson off Sat-

deposited in this old world on the the groove making with the urday for a visit with

.. .. -, ,.., fifth of March 1943 and weighed and four friends In
_,_, <<# .0.,"" '" <,:;", '" "! "hff" """ ", grammar syllable words \flrglnla 'Incidentally, she DISH
nine and one half pounds and !la just like "'favorite .
.y" your Congressman and Sam
r .'< he"Music ochinesDrummer ", \ : ., a heavyweight now at the age of Most fun of all, how-. Jacksonville are where moving he soon to She cut b+li.' chicken croqucflll
"/ '" ....' \, two months and la working In this ; Dish Siva
.. twenty days, ever, was to see those seniors In the shipyards Pyrex Utility
'' '1Mu? weighing fifteen pounds. march out of the auditorium with r 'fit. Only' 40 minulti in I 350''

'Fatso' Is here again. The fur- all the dignity/ !in Webster's dictionary --- y d
M.tioo's lop evtn.Use'It'formubbreath, *
..:with.\ the, ,; lough king of the Army Is out. and then watch the who Seems left. that wheat of the localltes / t.rb. S iir$. Large
Bandy" Rating dozens of furloughs an- change of their expressions as here last week under 65'
and His' the 12% Inch lilt .
nually 'Fatso Bill William Jen- they emerged Into the hall, auspices of Uncle Sam, landed

1\. .{Ii nings Harrell son of Mr. and snatched off their caps and gowns up at Camp Shelby, Mlaa. .

-' Mrs. J. L. Harrell. Is here for and gave vent to wild whoops of Dink Hart Is there assigned to .
I another ten days. 'Fatso' exultation the Infantry and Leonard
arrived Methinks Dooley Smith
.. :
."' .,.. 2f! ;, : I Sunday afternoon via thumb and Davis was the only one who main- Is ditto with the field artillery PLATE

1;: ", .,\ no 'doubt will leave by the same tained her dignity throughout . Jack Powell husband of our Berry pie In ibis new Pyre Pit

; __ I:: ..iTitl, ( : method. At least he has on Can't help but wonder how she I[former Cleo Shepherd, la also at Plate taste fltand! B.kt 'for 41

:: '. many occasions before. managed it I Shelby:\ and Cleo is now In! Starke minute In a 400*
Iti I ovtn. Fluttd
;'Q' ",ald. 0" avert Pvt. Clyde Prevatt, son of Mr. threatening to leave for Miss edge Ieeps'In. '
.ti 'f musids hot! and Mra. Buddie Prevatt (la here issippi most any minute juice and navor.f! n
TM The fun'. rlotou.1i. j Senior dance In the Armory Wouldn't be Handy gUn hendtcsl' A "tt'45f' '
ji attending the funeral of the late surprised to see
_. I. Singing Trio i W. T. Thornton father of Mrs. afterward was a trifle depressing Edna Hart head that way also Silt,10 Inch Only ,
Top with all the
1 farewells, adIeus before
i and
America many weeks
t Prevatt. Clyde la stationed at If only for a
Camp Shelby Hattleaburg Miss. Rooks till-we-meet-agalna* .. .' Marvin visit Jimmy Sewell has bed-
an Elite Mae Ball ded
Miss Carrie Howe daughter of the among down at Camp Croft, S, C.,
capable Instructors
A r i. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Howe, spent a who'll be and reports that he likes the
missing from, the well-known corridors camp, likes his DOUBLE DUTY CASSEROU
day with her here this
parents commanding offi
week. Miss Howe. la now a first next _year .. ;,, Marvin ex- ,cers likes his non-coms, and ]Ikea 'A "muttU'for biJtISJo"),
the every
4 pects be In the

OA1'( 1r class to lady win welder the and Is doing her 5. and Mrs. B. will Army-hie--by_hm_June a__.lf. I burg good. .bus I'm service holding into...v Spartan-.-___., h.,. with an tmly P' P","
part war. ) -
back to dear ole Vlrglnny_ since I though Until that ----g --" w.""u" a...... Souffle. The cover t 1(0I
Had a letter today from famed Spartan -
.a to 'Greaseball' Dobbs. Cecil Dobbs her soldier husband has departed burg brand of summer heat 'food Mtaming hot or m.la"

from Blandlng Judy McRaean' In ,sets
son of Mr.' and Mrs. Arlla Dobbs Wonder what Jimmy will tuba pit plait.Tkrctiitt 65

10lEllQE\ entered the service of the Sea- graduates Herbert who Green expect among to be the in report then r ., -Hi qt.,only

bees some three weeks ago and -
ItDO"l\D is stationed at Barln Field. Pensa- uniform before" you can'lay right If
tiUCE about face! Perhaps this anyone Mould ask you there
cola. His address Is Cecil H. are three
< wCtSVlALtt" \ melancholy note was the thrilled junior misses IOVUY
T MARY Dobbs N.R.V. 7. Platoon 2, Barln dance why Starke this week-Marian In CAKE DISH
S\\tMPHOWAIlD Field, N.A.S. Pensacola Fla. broke up early and many Joan Brown For her
: Carpenter Pint y
of Annlvenary
\ the seniors hied an'
CAt1' to the USO Margaret cafcel! -
lard She -
your runs short write old'Greasy' Monteith
where the usual who were can watch' ll brown
hnY + s D5' and he will solve Tuesday night attend planning to through 'er
,4e your the "flnaill" cltar gin'
4 tMlioII. party for the 66th was In full dance at Neat glut handle' .
and rationing. Cecil leaves Bolles *
_ : IUDD1C"\ friends who both like and respect many swing Just"had time to spot on the Military' bld of School last night Grand 'for all bind of'baking and
lovely new watches on a bevy of Henry Manaaa '_ing. $h.'/II
oaC"tA him for his many good qualities. (JI':)i an' Buck want *"
b .". %41Sre Cleon Wooten of Keesler Field.. Bishop.our sweet girl graduates-Nina they looked perfectly Snyder Hear pair Each 3 ,..
Carolyn Green.
Alice June
ed.t Mlsa.. arrived in devastating
Wednesday to at- their first
Harding an' Eva formal. ,
Faye Galney, to Marian
tend the funeral of the late A., A. chose red dotted
Grlfflss( ... mention a few Glad to report went all-out .wlss, and Joan

Mr, that William Baker WaldOn'Wadllworth' feminine In pink taffeta .
and Mrs. Everett E. Burney Dldn't
N iy'! Rw6 T fri)4; j spent Tuesday In Lawtey with relatives an" Kenneth Martin lIeelng ]\\Iargaret'l get around to 4' PERFECT MIXING IOW"
J __ managed to get;: back from Camp outfit but ,
and friends. know It t J!
slstQ(1 ? I! Charles Dinkins of Uncle Sam's Roosevelt to enjoy the thrill of There should was equally lovely Every brldt dtitrvti thin *.

'r }{ear fbe Asdr.wl( the sk gig Y Navy blew into town Wednesday receiving their dips. in person esUng news be from some tile very Inter Art 'for mixing,baling,, m'''*h

M ROC G+f' sporting 'House of David' beard front with the Bolles and ato"ng UitlhtbigoM'(I

Dot ;A4r thRuo'h Nhvf" 1 rr <(
r, ,I -i.se CAm Inch a sailor for a stay of a at BHS last Friday night at a recent dance: LI Glimpsed e _dcatrt" for two. Set O5 j
few days. Charles a fine boy, Hear Chuck Boyer. who playedthe Hancock Spear who Wu JOhn 01 3 bo"l. Only'
has) seen active service and we leading role of the mayor on a recent Life featured
i' Also certainly did not ask any par- was so under the weather that his wife farewell In( New biddIng

ticulars as to that service. After he fainted dead away a couple of Pennsylvania Station York's Store Hours 8 A. M. SaturoJ

The Latest Issue "MARCH OF TIME" 'the war these boys will tell usstayathomes' times behind the backdrop for Blanding before. departing Till 6 P. M. Including

wonderful tales.I But you would never have knownIt. BRADFORD

CARTOON -- WAR NEWS Charles expects to spend several from the expert: performance Nickname for the HARDWARE CO.
days with his parent, Mr. and be gave in front of the footlights Div.- ..t b e "bIOOd'D'f I II' 63rd

Mrs. Paul Dlnklns.' t That's what I call trouping Arising no doubt from e outfit"their Phone 8STARKE

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Judge; and Mrs A. Z. Adkins Mrs., W. W. Page Jr., of Lake Poppy Day I Mr. Carlton said
John Rowland, of Perry Com-
BITS left yesterday for Charleston S. City daughter of Mrs To Be Observed mander of District II, Departmentof
C.. to attend the graduating: exercises Struth Is a temporary assistant\ divided his district into -
at The Citadel, where their In the office of the Harold C. Saturday four "brackets" and offered a

W T. Rudd spent Mon- :Mr. and Mrs. O. W. White madea Mrs. E. S. Matthews left Wed- son, A. Z. Adklns. Jr.. Is a mem- Wall Agency. Mr. Page Is I with prize of $2:) for the Post In each
9. Jacksonville on L\esiness.s business trip to Jacksonville on nesday for Orlando where she ber of the graduating class.H. the U. S. Engineers a t Camp Saturday, May 29, will be observed of the four brackets which had

in Wednesday.Come will visit I her son-in-law and tllandlng, the Keystone HeightsAir aa "Poppy Day" by the the largest percentage of IncreaseIn

E S, Brown and childrenthe daughter. Dr. and Mrs. H. B'I N. Fairbanks manager of Bane and the Alachuu CountyAir Jones-Lungford-Whlte Post No. fie\ membership In 1943 over 1942. '
to Sturke-Rliindlng for McLendon. have been livingat of the American Legion, and W. '
weekend In St. Augus- the Starke office! of the Florida Base They by the time the State Conventionmet !
better tailoring and better clean- Power & Light Co.,,returned Wednesday Hampton for a month because B. Sewell H. A. Carlton and A. In Jacksonville May 14.
s Ing. Opposite Park Theatre. Mrs Annie Lou Godwin pent morning 'from a twowt'eks' of lack of living quarters In I J. Thomas were named a Committee Starke's only competitors were

Godwin is enjoying a Friday shopping In Gainesville. vacation! during which he Starke. to make arrangements for Itionnon, High Springs and Perry.
enry with relatives In Atlanta Mrs. R. J. Tatum and daughter. Mrs L. M. Lomanlc of Wildwood attended the state Legion conven- the distribution of poppies on the The final check-up showed that

lion Griffin, Ga. Janice, of Jacksonville were la the guest this week of tion in Jacksonville and the Miss Mary Brownlee and Miss streets of Starke. The Girl Starke had 118 percent, Perry
guests this! week of Mr. and Mrs.R. Mrs. L. S. Hutto. Rotary ternational convention Joyce Humphries left Wednesday Scouts under the leadership of 113 percent High Springs 107
will have
' Edward Burns has returned J. Davis. in St. Louis Mo. night to return to St. Louts, Mo- Mrs. Lemuel! Colxon percent and Bronson 47 percent.
t vacation spent at Coroi Miss Jewell Reddish who has after spending ten days here on charge. Their paid-up memberships for
i Beach.a Mrs. May Dickens of Sanford been bookkeeper tor the Denmark Mrs. Maurice Edwards spent account of Miss Brown lee's The wearing of the poppy Is a 1942 and 1943 were respectively

i spent the past week with :Mr. and Furniture Co., for the past year, from Friday, May 14, to Thursday mother who has undergone a serious personal pledge that we will not Starke 59 and 70; Perry 94 and

| A Martinet left Monday tor Mrs. J. M. Brownlee and Mrs S. resigned recently to accept a position May: 20, visiting her husband operation'In St. Luke's Hospital break faith with those who died 107; High Springs 70 and 73;
lit'of several days with tel.Lam E. Brownlee.Sgt. in Jacksonville. In Miami. Their children Maurice know but will carry on to the achievement and Bronson 59 and 28. i,
Friends are glad to
of those things
Jr., and Carolyn accom S
Lucian Conner of Roswell Mrs. G. K. Bennett and panled her. Mr. Edwards has. a that Mrs. H. L. Brownlee la now they gave their lives.\ Millions PermitsCity

[ Opperman and N. M., Is spending a 10-day fur- Kim, of Jacksonville are lIon'j'Government contract "somewhere making a good recovery. of American will wear the poppy Building

Frances Opperman spent Frl- lough with his parents Mr. and this week with Mrs.: I In the Atlantic" and flew to the this year aa a tribute to the dead Clerk Carl Johns has Issued -

,shopping In Jacksonville. Mrs. Leon Conner. brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and I I II States to see his family. He likes Lawtey liaptists of both world wars, and as a murkof the following\ building per-
I Mrs. Junius M. Smith. ; Is along' their determination to conclude
tils work fine and getting I mils within the last ten days:
W. H. Struth returned Mrs. B. Jacobs spent the week- well I Because of a I as -minute this war with a complete victory. Joe Preston $200 May 17. for
j.Jacksonville Monday after end in Jacksonville with her son- Cpl. Inman Green who .is sta- change In plans, Mr. and hire The flower Is a symbol of life the purpose of adding a room to

?ding, a week with relatives in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs tioned with the Marine Corps at K. N. Jackson, of Lake Butler I Luther U. Haines. prison evengc- given In service for America, anti the present building on Geneva

Clarence Nussbaum. New River N. C., Is I spending a Is the new manager of the Den- I[lists did not appear at the Law- I the wearer makes an unspoken Towns' property.Joe .

Josephine Davis began 15-day furlough here with his mark Furniture Co., having taken I I ley Baptist Church last Sunday pledge to the Nation's heroic Martinez $200, May 22

Urs. bookkeeper\ for the J. Mrs. P. M. Barefoot and Miss parents Mr. and Mrs. Lorenzo over the work May 10. He has I[as announced but will be there dead that he will \live as they for addition 12x20 feet to present .
1 as Sara Barefoot will spend the Green. been with the' Arganication for this. Sunday May 30. These veteran died building In the City Park sub-
Co. tak-
{Denmark Furniture week-end In Tallahassee with Mr. more than three years and In i workers, who have held Got. No definite price will be asked division.M. 1

I the place of Miss Jewell Red- and Mrs. S. D. Phillips. Mrs Julius Thorn and small connection with his managementof I pal services! In nearly all largeU. I for the flower, H. A. Carlton, Sasxe, $73, May 24, for gen- t

I, who has accepted a position son, George left Sunday for the store, is still carrying on I' S. prisons, will speak at both I Adjutant slated yesterday. A eral repairs to property on Cherry I '

Icksonville. lure Richard Thede has just returned Washington Ind., where Mrs. his old route-t h e Lake City morning and evening services. poppy over every heart U the goal. Street In original town of Starke. iJ#
from Ocean Springs, Miss., I Thorn was called because of the route. They will tell some of the rich The proceeds from the poppy ,

and is visiting in the home other serious Illness of her father W. experiences thnt have come from "sale" will be used for charity, At The Tabernacle

mother, Mrs. F. H. Long. P. Coan. The W. T. Weeks Chapter their work In the past and a benefit ting especially the families.
HEAR I I U. D. C. will meet Wednesday cordial Invitation to the public la of ex- t'rvlce men who are In The Rev. J. T. Larson of Minneapolis

Mrs. M. F. Brown and children, A. H. Henry who has been for afternoon June 2, at 4 o'clock at extended by the pastor, the Rev. need. Don't pass up the "Poppy Minn., editor I songwriter

Mrs. W. B. Sewell Misses Daphne 8 1-2 years a salesman for theJ. I the home of Mrs. O. L. Beasley. Forbes E. Fuller. Girls" Help out In this worthy and evangelist will hold

Norman and davit--03'D* Anti Vlr l lnla---- H. Denmark Furniture Co., has cause. services at the Tabernacle Friday,
ROBERTWHITTY Sewell spent yesterday In Jacksonville accepted a place at Adolph Gay's Saturday and Sunday. June 4, 5,
Standard Service Station at Call OUR SERVICE MEN 6. The Saturday night service

and Temple. I)#"..td to llema of ........Mt t.o.rrr.lnH Legion Post will be devoted e s p eel ally to
The Rev. Charles Allen left ilndiord foBHtr horn now .rrtlnK I nrl* Wins Prize music
...... .'....... andrlend* .r. arard toruopre.e
Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Buford had Is In Miami in
Mr. Larson now
early this week for Detroit Mich., ..? brlmclHK In .... Mad l.tl.rfrom
Your Radio PastorAt I to attend the General Assemblyof as their guests Tuesday and Wednesday th.. l...7. MMMy from Sunset Mrrvlr to the H. A. Carlton Adjutant of the a aeries of meetings and since his I
the Presbyterian Church U. S. Mrs. Buford's aunts, the TrlrKruph.mrn arc .I!rvuortlitK e req..ded*.....Iff<. and urtlvltlrjlof Jones-Langford-Whlte Post of the former visit t o Starke some \ I
A. Misses Addle and Rosa Balden Intrmt. American Legion r e c e 1 ved a year. ago he has held a successful }

and Mrs. Alice Jones, of Jacksonville check for $23 Tuesday as a prize pastorate In Wyoming. 1 1A

Mrs. William H. Thomson Jr.. and Corporal James Sut- HANDLES: THE MAIL atives In Lawtey and Starke several "for having the highest percentage cordial Invitation Is extended "i ito

GRAHAl1CHRISTIAN and little son returned Monday ton, of Langley Field Va., who days ago. He has won his of Increase of membership In all.

from Monticello where they visited came to be present at the grad- ... .-,....... t""' --:.., wings recently completing h li the third bracket for the year
i CHURCH Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Thomson uation of their daughter, Miss training as a pursuit pilot. just closed." In addition to the Office Supplies of all kind for
Gloria from BHS. Mule The Itradford County
SI'. Buford honor, the $25 will come In at
RETURNS TO CAMP handy, as the Post needs money Telegraph.I I ,
Mr. and Mrs. Ira Wilson had Mrs. J. W. Brow nlee, Jule Alvin Everett McKinney Jr.,.

as guests Sunday M it. and Mrs. Bevens, Miss Madge MIddleton who Is with the 486th Engineer)

All-Day Service Alton Dobbs Fred H&lslop and Mrs. E. L. Matthews and little and stationed at Camp Claiborne, ,

Miss Myrtle Dobbs of the State daughter Mary Agnes spent La., left for Camp yesterday THEATRE
Farm. Wednesday and Thursday in Madi- after spending a 12-day furlough I STARKE
DinnerOn son. Mrs. Brownlee and daughter with his wife who la with the
Jule were guests of Mr. and( Mrs. y Administration at
The Grounds Miss Gayle Sewell who has beena Farm Security j I
student at the Florida State ,Waring Wyche. Mrs. Matthews Gainesville, and his parents Mr.
College for Women at Talla- and daughter ;Mary. Agnes, and L and Mrs. A. E. McKInney, at Midnight", MayNunday
SUNDAY Miss MIddleton were guests of Starke. Natunlay
hassee, returned here Monday
Mr. and Mrs. Nat Norfleet. The 29 30 SI ,
will the vacation with '
and spend
her parents Mr. and Mrs. W. B. party is expected to return home JOINS MILITARY. POLICE tI.11Alontlay ,
today acco m p a n I led by Mrs.
Sewell. Brownlee's mother Mrs. Julia Pvt. Henry B. Hlnson of Hampton

Smith and Nencie Bevans. enlisted In the Army Alt
Corps Oct. 20 at Camp Blandlng. I

'FfJR"ENEIefYI"psi. and was sent within a week tc A FIYE ASD.
Moody }Field Valdosta Ga., where -

HgJ! EHOME I he Is a member of the Military TEN STORE BABY IN
Police. His wife and young son,

I I Wayne are living with him at MILLION-DOLLAR

...t,.,,e t 3 E EiZD' L. C. Smith, Jr., son of Mrs ValdOBla. A R '

L. C. Smith and tho late Rev. I They arrived home Tuesday, HOME! (Some (unfJ!) 'I!
:) of Graham, has recently his i
aF Smith May 18, and he and familyare .t:7 '
+'k, a Q a rRk. been promoted to the rank of upending his 14-day furlough I Poor Bob I-H. loses 4i I'hl'lobth.n
&eDue : corporal and has been placed In with his mother, Mrs. O. W. Jlin- I ',
heart ,
''z his .
xi 4a the
m'' llG Jy of the postofflce for In the
peI charge son. Prior to enlisting w' 4 4M
3 a jrryp.eMyttlay lM1trSt 336th Bomb Group at the Army Army Hlnson was for 18 month* : t

t oe at Slot.t M.iy'. !Klcth.j* Air Force Bombing Range, Avon an employe In the subsistence department _. J
;; ;..: ;;: Park Fla. Before entering the of the Quarter'mastel
In many homes problem
the "family wash" looms large Army Cpl. Smith was employed Corps at Camp Dlandlng. -
these days; with day help scarce as u nivlllnn dvumii nnntitl,._..._. clerk___.__ at-_ damn t
1* and commercial laundries curtailing Blandlng and be is finding hla HELP BRING

deliveries. early experience useful In his I ; e. r
: First and foremost figure out how present station.\, VICTORY ,
: to save laundry. Get out the napkin 1,
rings that went out of fashion, WORKERS NEEDED ;
Island City. N. Y. -
)-Cola Company Long so many years ago and use them.. I IS WARRANT OFFICER .
Franchised Bottler. -"LADY BODYGUARD"NAT Runners and place dollies save Corp. Bruner Baker, former NOWTo
tablecloths. The smaller articles student at BHS and son of Mr. 'N .
are easier to handle than big table and Mrs. Tracy Baker of Key BuildCARGO
cloths in the washing process and received) SHIPS
SEZ: save countless minutes when II stone Heights has Just

You still hear a lot about "Peep comes to ironing them. notice of his appointment as Warrant ForUnited i
around town and I The use of turkish towels in the Officer. Bruner and Ills g e SLGHTLY'QA"eiROUS
ing Toms" klnda Jit bathroom Is a big saving of ironing. brother Tracy Baker Jr., who Is States
be gettln
guess I mast night I could These towels are available now hall now an Air Cadet at Douglas, Maritime Commission
The other
t tery. sizes. of the raNF.rNr
l M sworn I saw FrankenMtelnlooking Instead of changing both sheets Oa., were former members
// have Guard of the .
*.l, Starke National
I used top
between the curtalnM. on family beds put the ,
nerve enough tosend sheet on the bottom and the fresh 124th Infantry. Tracy hopes to MCCLOSKEY & CO.
; .1 finally got up over to nee who It sheet on top. The bottom sheet earn his wings In the near future Hookers Point Shipyard t
4 Mr goes on unused side up. as he has already had five monthsAir !
she came back to ioport'twas laundry Tampa, Florida WALTER
ww and When It comes to the actual training.AT WIT
nothing but one of those work methodical organization ii EUGENE ALAN '
mosquitoes that have been of prime importance.First DAME MAY !
Infesting the town of late. Quick, of all sort the clothes. Table MAC DILL, FIELD WHITTY PALLETTE MOWBRAY
linens and dish towels for the first Pfc. J. C. Prevatt Jr., now UNION WAGES
tonic J
\\'atsonll\ly! nerve tub. sheets and pillow cases for the stationed at 1Ia.cDI1Field\ near -

second and so on. Tampa spent the week-end at Journeymen '1.20 per hr.
As you sort the clothes removal removeall ol Ldwtey with his parents, Mr. and Leadermen $1.30 per hour produced by PANDRO S. GERMAN

stains. Thorough articles into Mrs. J. C. Prevatt. HU present Directed by WESLEY RUGGIES

r stains water Insures before spotless putting clothes. address Is: Pfc."J. C. Prevail Jr.,, NEEDED AT ONCE Sown Play !by Ch8
The temperature of the first water 684th Bomb Sqd., 394th Gp., Mac Stacy by 'tan McUllm NurSe and. Muss HamiltonA
FREEMAN in which the clothes are Immersed Dill Field, Tampa, Fla. REINFORCING: ROD SETTERS M.tro-Goldwyn-M.Mr Picture:
is very important. Hot CARPENTERS I
water "sets" some of the soil foundin T.tKKS BOOTTRAININGJames : : MARINE PIPEFITTERS
often Impossible to remove. So U I W. Johns) Is undergoing OUTSIDE MACHINISTS
clothes be sure that boot training for the Navy at
soak your
you this water 1s tepid and then you Balnbrldge Md. His address is SPECIAL APPRENTICES Tur.. Wed. Tburx. June 1 2 S

can put them Into a hot sudi. If Co., 2204. Bks. 230-L, USNTS START AT 75 CENTS PER.
you put your clothes directly into Bainbrldge, Md. HR. "HAPPY GO LUCKY"With f
the sudsy water then this water :
'' should be just luke warm and the If you have had training in -
next water, which is the first rinse IN RADIO SCHOOL of above trades, and VALLEE .
who enlisted In any MARY MARTIN: DICK lOWELL RUDY
..- ... .. e +s.u water If you, hot.use bard water you will the Walter Navy several King months ago nan qualify, you can start as BETTY MUTTON EDDIE BRACKEN I
r. r r'c soften the water Special Apprentice at Ir
save soap if you been sent to the United States r
r 4ytn'4 with soda or other water softening Radio School 'at the Alabama 75 CENTS PER HOUR ,
Idea to soften at
agent.; Its of a the rinse waters too. Polytechnic Institute at Auburn -
,4 least one -RITZ-
Clothes need bluing; to keep them Ala It looks like he will have Labor Wanted
snowy white. If you add bluing plenty to keep him out of mls- II IISun. .I
to the last rinse water mix it thoroughly che. since the 13-months' course 63 Cents Per Hour !Mon May 30-91
BIBCl in the water before the I h&s been condensed into a 4- I
clothes are put in. I '"The radio school "OEOKGE WASHINGTON SLEPT HERE"
Starch should be used Just as I month course, THIS IS A. F. OF L. SHIPYARD "
hot as you can bear your hands in I here has the highest standing forlurning WORK 48 HOURS PER JACK BKNXY: ANN $hIl:R11).4N 4, I"
starch best radio men J
it. You know a thin penetrates out the. ,
the fabric and gives a fine to the fleet." Walter said In a WEEK PAY FOR 52 HOURS. Tue W.. L June 1 Z t'' '4

$6.95 finish when the article starch is Ironed.the etter to the Telegraph this week. APPLY, IN PERSON, TO It!
Many fine laundresses Is Walter King. AGAINST %ms. IIADLEY"FAY ,
hems of sheets and pillow cues His address NEAREST U. S. EMPLOYMENT : "TilE WAR J .

e with, a very thin starch. Linen S2-C, Naval Radio School. Cottage --; SERVICE OFFICEDO BUNTER WILLIAM MKY: J I
V.fvety-Iof. whll leather. C.mfortobl. should never be starched but moat ISA Auburn Ala., and be NOT APPLY IF NOW '. :
fabrics gain a pleasing would be glad to hear .. 11 11"WI
cotton says be June S i
BoHomSternberg's EMPLOYED IN Thur. .1.
Hubber-Flex of thin -
Plain Toe StyU. Whit. smoothness by the use very tom his friends as be gets lone- ,;
r '*IfCyou put clothes through the some. CARGO"I1EDY i

wringer straight hang them on the & CO. LAMARKVALTKK: PHX3EOX rj}
line straight and fold them straight rcRsurr PILOTLt. ..' !
when you take them of! the line James T Moore was visiting FLORIDA !
you will save yourself much' time hit mother in Plant City and rel II
.. when, it comes to ironing. ,

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II* CIRCUIT COURT BRADFORD Dw.rrlptl.a A.oS.I ofof Desalptleaof

y, CfeHY.COUNTY, KLOKIUAl! CHAN- Lead $.'.T.... R... A..... 0...... T.... A C...,. teed ge Tw. D.... A..... 0...... u

"! 'i Velma Dunlary, Plaintiff. v". Harry NOTICE WM ot Lot 83 A ETia of All! NW\4\ of 8W% W of 6Cti
i;, ; !' Dunlnry Defendant Can No. 2477. Lot, 40. 111 A NIj of Rd :21 6 22 1 Onl.
y ORDERAND OF PUBLICATION( j Lot t3-Wondlawn 10 5 22 2G Mayfor Inv Co. 1.611 N L4 ot Freeman
NOTICE TO APPEAR Led. 39-Wo.dIRwn liJ II 23 10 n. Davis 1.67N ot .1t of 813ofo5W14
+ STATE OF FLORIDA to: Harry Notice la hereby given that the following\ described lands will b. o(, ot Lot 44-Woodlawn 10 II 22 Ii Otto //Ichmld 1.28 lying E ot State" Hd 121 8 23 L

I'' o Dunlary, whose residence la Un sold at public auction on the lat day of June 1943 at Starke, the Lots :2 I 3. 4. 7. I. 9. IS, Com .20 let N from SRI Llnds..y Grlfrh

t I known. County of Bradford State of Florida, to pay the amount due for taxes 14, ;,:l. 22. 23, ai, 28. Cor ot MW'4 ot 8W... It
You are required to appear on 27. 2M-W..odlawn 21) Ii 22 1110 May for fnv Co 13.20 ArunW115ftNbft
herein act opposite to the same, together with all costs of
r 14' June 7th, 1943, In the above nam..dCourt such sal Lots 19, 20. 29. 30Wondlawn E Ill! tt 8 fiO tt to

l and cause, wherein plaintiff and advertising. 20 '11 22 40 F. tV. Hall .80 pt ot beg. : 21 6 22 : .
seeks divorce. Bradford County Lot ,,17-'Voodlawn 20 II 22 10 Unknown 1..7 I A In SE Cor of a J2.A Josephine EIIIrson!

I I Telegraph shall publish thla Order Description AnTSJXC ...* of NE'. ( f NW4! tract nt land formerly it
I ) in next four weekly Issues. off LajsjtlNV4 "....Tvrp.. ...... A..... 0...... ,. tests fix of -Cemetery 22 II 22 19 C. I. A M. Dln.f.llow 8,78HW' owned. bV; P. C. nood.
Witness my hand and officialeal .{, of wine In N4t of NE4 ofSWye
at Starke: Florida, thin May of NV4. of NE% 10 7 19 40 :J. W. Currency 12.B $bs4; \ ofOr NVt)14 r ) 22 II 22 80:1.: C. Prevatt 3.18 bounded N by ,

3 6th 1943. NWVi of NWViSE'4 \ 11 7 19 40:1.: W. .. Ada !\fR'k' lot 21. 22 '; 1 Rosa
Ob1FIClAL Serrency &11 "
,! r ( SEAL) A. :J. Thorny lIall
It TOWN O" LAWTfY W OF 11). :1:1 II 22 8WI. of lilk II S of n 8'
C As Clerk of said Court of BEVi 26 I G 20 40 N. W Mann 3.6 W In NE4: ot SWt4 JfJ'oJ1I'1 11

1C. K. Ferryman, Starke, Florida NF.% of PWVi 1 6 20 40 A. P. :Johns I.U fllk 3 Ex Lot :2 I Fonllo Orlffls 7.54 'I'empl.Iub/ Dlv-l: ,
Atty. for Plf. 6-7 4t &-J d All SVb! of N\4 of NF.W '/ Lot 2 of Blk 3 Fon.o Urltflll 8..2 : A 21 $22 "

'i s'i of Branch 12 8 20 !25 Fonnle Crews I.U Lots 1. 3, a, 4. of. Blk WI' of Blk II S of R 4 1 .Jall
; f IV ( IIU"tTITT BHADKORDCOl foIJo1' of NWVi Ex Road 12 6 20 37 Fonnle Crews .21 8 W. C. Wooten 10.71 W 1 lying E ot W line ''' Dell
'} t y :} MTV, FLOHIIMl IN CII. M- NW'of NWK & Nof\ Lot 1 nf Half Blk II A. H. Harley 11.20 of NE4 of ',. In 'I "

t fi y H.McI(7ruder. 5 % of NWW 18' 20 60 W B. Lasenby 1.116 Lots :2 I, 3. 4 ot Half Blk Temple s Sub t'% U 6 22
w Thompson, Plaintiff, ofNE'e&2AIn' II A. 11. Harley 1.78 W. ot Elk I N of R I 6' Rufu. I
44 4 vs. Jean Thompson. Defendant.Case HE Cor of NEH of Half Blk 1 neo. F. Young 1.28 Er & all Frac of E'{, RI g sb Y Est
ult IM ) No. 2476. NKVi% 14 6 20 42 W. B. Lacenby I.St Dla. Lot 2 Unknown .65 ot Plk1Nof1)8 kN
s 5' ORDER OF PUBLICATIONAND All Lot 12 S of River 19 < 20 Ray Hawmlll Co. 1.08 of I"r..c sold N. n.

NOTICE TO APPEAR All Hli H nf River Ex TOWN OF LAWTF.Y E OF Ry- ..... 2:1:, :W. 2.. 20 II 22 Haw.mltn being 549 ftN
I STATE deno. : 8)New.17 I'IE'' of RE% 20. 20 180 Ray Sawmill Co. 7.65 k s. being all saidFrac
y'1' T'lompiion Avenue.e r... I I. Lot 7 of Blk 8 A lots E 111 ft of Lot 6 A E 114 ,,: of h. line of

? Marshall New Port ., 2, 4, 6, 8 of Blk 29 ft ot Lot 7 A. M. Town.on 1.13 NW'/ of NW44 A E\oJ\ _.
Vlr You la. & Lots 2, 4. 0. 8, 10. 12 All lot 12 W of Old ot NE'4 ot Blk I N ofH2HASofSWV
? are required to appear on of Blk 30 A Lots 2, 4, L..wt..y A Mlddleburg
r'' Jun. 7th, 1943, in the above named 6 of Elk 31 Lots a, Public Road A. O. Myna 2.114 of Blk 2 N cf R 3 2
Court and cause, wherein plaintiff 3. 6. 6, 11. Lot 1 flub Div of Lot 13 'W. J. Barber 1.94 Temples Sub Dlv 22. 22 10
l"i :"l.tl Mrs.
seeks divorce. Bradford County of Blk : 12 ofHlk N'it ot Lot 15 Brlnllon A Brown 8.61i land lying on E & Grace Ford'
? Telegraph shall publish this Order 41 & Lots 2. 3, 4, Com at //IW Cor ot Lot AlA aides. of the old it
M In next tour weekly Issues. II, 6, 7. 8 of Elk 44 A 17Aruin E JOO ft tor7tftb"J Starke A Lawtey Public *
J t Witness my hand and officialReal Lots 2. 4 of Blk 45 A a \ run Rd I In Sea 22 knownas
'' at Starke, Florida this May Lets 2, 8, 6. 6, 7, H, of N 75.t1CR 137 the O. A. Thrower
f'' r r J, 8th OFFICIAL 1843. Blk 46 A LoU 1, :2:, 3, ft W 75 ft to pt of Sr I'rop..rty-10 A '
( SEAL) A.I.: Thom.. 4. 6, 6, 7. 8, 9, 0. 11 beg John Orltf! 8.Uom In NENW14 Cor of NWJ 14 of
As Clerk of Hald Court. 12 of Elk 47 A asks. at BW ("or of I.ot 22 6 22 11

E.ity'"to eUl.man. Starke.: Florida, 65, 6ff-New River. 23-24 8 20 Emil Mitchell 12.82 17 A run N 27t ft (0) That portljot 8WW of Mrs, Grace Ford

: 6-7 4t 628iv REV':, of NE'/i 33 6 20 40 Eliza Wilson :2.10 160-t for_a ,pt_'1fu" .!beg '. .. nt Utf-1/,. k
& 84 6 20. 100 First Bond A ... "". ." on U r... of SEV. a of 23 6 22
'' cuicriT f)1BT.p IIU"nFORD .. .!.__ .____ .. AA 100 ft S 7eft ft W 100 E'4 ofdRd 82 Ernest Wund..rllch
i mor.'ompanT n." of SWU: N 24 8 23
tu'r .yy, (O"N'I'Y. FLOIIIIAIY CIIANCKHV. f.nte t, 2 7 7 20 107 c. L. ALkln.on 13.79 to pt of beg" David Mack 3.44Llllle Wt, of NEVi! 28. 6 22 80 A. J. Thomas 'it
$ RW Com at SB Cor of Blk IS W' of NWtl A Ernest Wunderlich Il
that of8Ev .... .' ,
f Ruth Stevenson Oraham Garrab- N'yNFV4 SW\rof
A portion A run W 80 ft for apt Si; '4 of NWU ..t.
1. 4. : ; rant, Plaintiff v.. Harold llurrab- of thlt\ % E of of beg thence run A N o/-: of NWU of

+Iii + { J, I rant ORDER Defendant.OF p1rf:e If'hf(4)1J'! Let B}Ieto d 8 7 20 123 C. C. Melvin SUI N 274 ft W 80 ft S 274 SWU Ex S 9 1-3 A 26 8 23 GO .. .
of Blk I & Lot 12 ft E 80 ft to pt nf belt Mae Howard 3.68 .NVi{ of SEK' of SE'' JII. 23 20 E.fer
7 } AND) NOTICE] TO APPEAR of Elk 11 A 1.4.1s. 2. 7 Com at ME Cnr of Lot 18 Com st NB Cor of' SE'iof V. W
:j it STATE OF FLORIDA toHarold: nf Hlk 12-Ward City 8 7 20 loll'll. T. ,P. Ward Est. 4.12 A run W 160 ft for a NEVi A run W 382ft
; Oarrabrant whoHe ht addreas I.
Lot 2 nt lIlk I A Lit 4 Pt of beg" thence run' ,Southerly about 1980 ft
s olo Hoyden Garrabrant.New Nyark" Police of Blk I-Ward City 8 7 7 28 1\f1'll. Ozena Oodwln 1.U N 137 ft W 80 ft 8 137 E 120 ft to Sec line
., Department, Nyack, York, and2nd Lot 7 of Dlk 3 A Lot I Mrs. Laura E. i ft E 80 ft to pt of beg Alice Brown 2.67 thence N to place of
address. In clo Mm OaabrantMother ot Elk I-Ward City 8 7 20 Baxter Jo lIt. 2,119 'Com at SE Cnr of Lot 18 beg
( York.You ) 89 Burk Street NyackNew Lots 22. 23. 24 25 28 of A run N 274 ft for Apt All that portion of NW 27 6 .23 12 Leon Decandlo

Blk ii-Ward dll( 8 7 20 C. C. Melvin 8.9' of beg thence run of J-.EU lying I W % L8
are required to appear on SE'of \ ofSC44 W 240 ft N 102 ft E: Stand
Canal A N of Call
June 7th.. 1943 In the above namedCourt Jo'lf'JI.E'1tNh4
9 7 20 7t Wllray Corp 9.73 240 ft S 102 ft to pt E of Welter felt
and caune, wherein plaintiff N'W'4 ot REye' Ex Ry 9 7 20 38 Waray beg Cella Duncan ex
Curp. .81 3.44 homes of E B Har-
reeks divorce I and Maiden Name re- .
NE'i..ot: NWIi, A W\lI\ of Com at SW Cor of Blk rell, H. H Houston
tored. orouJ'l..rT.Ii: :. NW% Ex fly 10 7 20 108 Waray Corp 14.811 18 A run N 100 ft fora .... A. Jenkins AComb 28.
hall publish next 22
of Blandlng
SW44 ot NWV4 pt beg thence run Center
8 side
AyN4WYt on of Call Inc.I .
four Issues.
B 80 ft N 174 ft W 80begs iIN
A E .
Witness my hand and official SW48 Ee side of Water St
1 Tract 2115.83 174 ft to pt of .
at '
eal at Starke. Florida, this May ft In HW Cor of NE4of |I. George Coleman 3.44 designated A intersection '.
{, 3rd, 1943.OFFICIAL. SWy 13 7 20 211. H. I. Hough 10.88 Com at SB Cor of Lot run Easterly "
( SEAL) A.I.: Thomas sW44 ot-NW\4\ 1t 1 20 40 T. 1. Drawdy 2,38 18 A run W 160 ft N ft 220 parallel fet with Call I {
An Clerk of said Court. E Of NE' ot 8E4! It 1 20 20 H. L. Hough 2.38 137 ntr"u"n a pt beg thence
.Off Southerly at
W. C. Hardeaty, Daytona Beach right
SE4 of NE4! Ex Ii A N W N )
.., Atty. for Plf. 6-7 4t 6-28 angles: to Call St 21 .S
of Road tIS 1 20 85 T. L. Drawdy 2.88 187 ft E 80 ft S 137 ft thence

.' IN CIRCUIT COUNT BRADFORD B 10 A of SF.t4 nt SWy4 iii 1 80 10 Brook.r Tpt. Co 1.48 ft to pt of beg Charlie Scott 2,97 parallel with Easterly said and !
All NW44 of NWV4 N ofRoad' Lot 25. Frank A Lula ,
223 street .
280 ft "
COUNTY FLORIDA IN CHAN- N 130 ft of Lot 35 thence ,
k iii 7 10 20 L. Z. Williams a.12 Gloria Peoples 1.64 Southerly at :
CJCH.YTrvirul I right
IJ 8-4 of BW14 of NEI" I
I Jime. Plaintiff v. Helen A B 1ot 8EV4 of -.vi, 1_ t+. a .e OTTS SIB DIV-EAST LAWTET angles W 100 ft thence :fcftt .; If
James, Defendant. Caae No. 2478.ORDBR NW4 ID or Branch701: _. I 1.- ", -..., ............ 280 parallel to Call St
OF PUBLICATIONAND All NEV4 of 8W4.E! or .., .'. e'Rranch ', Sty{ of Lot I Alberta Watkins I.64 right ft thence N' at ? 'i<, e
NOTICE TO APPEAR A of5EV4 W 48 ft of E07ftofN angles 26 ft ?
STATE OF FLORIDA to) Helen Ex I NWM A--C..me- 120 ft of Lot 6 i. Lee Miller 1.77 thence W parallel with f -

Jam. whoae residence la co| Frank tery & Ex 1 A In 8E W 49 ft of N 120 ft of -... '_ St Call thence St 220 ft to Water
Pawaon, Lincoln Delaware.You Corner 16 7 20 Lot 5 Jessie Moore Northerly
1211 H. D. 8tokea 10.71 2.24
are required\ to appear on S of S 39 ft .f N 159 ft of 100 ft to Pt of beg 28 (22 Blandlng Center

June 7th,. 1143, In the above named N W NEIJ A1Ee of .__. Lot 5 Leonard Crawford J.77 lib
Court and cause, wherein plaintiff NW/of Ve_ -.. -.... 8 It ft of Lot 5 Ruth Jenkins 1.47 ORIGINAL TOWN OF BTARKB 28 6 Z2
seeks divorce Bradford N& W'NEON Lot
County 8
of $ Annie Roberson
Telegraph shall publlah thla OrderIn 5E. 22 7 20. 211 Brooker Tpt. Co. 23.4' NEVi, of NE'of: NW'4 24 I 22 10 C. C. punter 4:2.48.60 Lots Lots 5, 7 of Blk 13 R. M. Bparkmtn
4 A W 40 II9
next tour weekly I."u_. of Ex ... ft of
Wu of nf SE4! & SEVi NWVI 14 A
Witness band and offl..lala..al BE'4 ,_ .. u .. __ Lots 6, 8 of Blk IS
my 8Wy E'!' U 7 20 .0 D. B. Saunders ; ; unKnown Chas RosenbergCarl !
at Starke Florida, this May (-'fn.- .'. an- ..h.._ ''W' .-... 'N1I! 16.1t SEy!! of sEy4 of BWI" 2t t f 24 Th CatherlD'" Wilson 4.18. Lots W 25 1 !8 ft of Blk 16 Ex nut
Cth 1943.OFFICIAL Fee; "S S4 of NW" of 8E'I
Cor of 25! A run & Ritch
( SEAL) A. J. Tboma.A. 60 chns W 20 chns N ++ ''0"0 1w of S.c 4 or 8h'4( 2t 5 U .0 Carl Carter I lot Com 22 ft 2 Ins 20
Clerk of Bald Court. chns B 20 chns to .,,1_ P': 1 ;..;.. :: 4I4 Bor SWV of NE'L 25 I 22 20 Mamie Lou Edwards 4.811 E of NW 'or of Lot 2 .;. ... .

Wm. D. Morgan :Jacksonville, Fla. Beg Ex E 8 A of N '.... 't""lT"J". N% ot SW44 of Nwl4JX 1.48 ft of Blk 20 A run 8 41 oJ '!lIP... :..... a
Atty. for Plf. 8-7 4t 6-28 20 chns. Also Com 80 -' ..-... R.l 25 Ii U 17 Lee Miller 2.1t H213.4ftN 41 ft ,;* .e -

vIT"T; ;; chns W of NE Cor ofHeo / NW'4 of NEI4 ot ElWI4 25 5 2a 10 Willie Strong 2.48 to to Pt Call of St thence W "
'If CIR BRADFORD 25 A run 8 340 ft ; NF.'. of NWI4. 8W\4 25 8 21 10 Lou/se/ Stanley 2.48 Lot 8 Beg Tom Burrell 213
COUNTY FLORIDA IN CHAN for a pt of bear thence t." P NWI4 ot NW44 ot 8W o05W 25 5 22 10 M. L. Paul 2.48 Ex N 10 ft of
CIIIRY. run 8 980 ft W 1284 ft -- N4. ot NE'4 of SE'4, Wtfc( A N 10V4 ft of
'2G Oarland Edmond Markham, Plaintiff N 980 ft E 1284 ft to % A N'4{, or NWI4 Lot, 8 of E.lk ?0 :Jessie E. Livingston ilN

va. Rosa Louise Markham Detendant. Beg-29 A 25 1 10 141 H W Ford 14.91 of SIW'1, of SE" 25 5 U 10 Catherine WIl.on 4.08 Aft E Undo A W tby lot 82
Cane No. 2458. 8% ot NEy4 of SEV of 106 ft
E'4 of SW% of BWVi 27 II 21 20 Mrs H. C. Edwards 1.83 NAB
ORDER OF PUBLICATIONAND H>6 of SE'4 of 8E'' $0 20 A John 'FWI4.! 25 Ii 22 Ii Willie Cala bounded N by "
C. H. Bents 1.04 1.U Nollman
NOTICE TO APPEAR I Ii ot E by Hutch-
NW4\ SE44 ot
NEVi of NEVi of NEU 31 10 C.: H: Rents 1.22 RW44 Ins A
STATE OF FLORIDA to: RosaLouise 11 NWI4 ot 8W\4\ ofeW44 W by Walnut
Lot 4 or HWVi of 8WVi 82 II U 61 J. W. Townsend 3.90 St.
I Markham whose residence la EU of NWVi oJ NWVi 14 II 21 20 25 II 28 20 Richard FI..1tb. 28 ft 22 W. H.
: Mrs. H. C. Edward. 1.83 2.lit Com at SW Cor Noegel Jr lit
409 North Guthrie Avenue Durham Alf NEU N of Rd 2 8 Z1 167 Mrs. Annie It. Alvare 2.88 AE'4 or 8W14 or 5W44 211 I 22 10 p. I. 11 M. Dlnll'tellow 2.48 lion of Madl .
North Carolina. ot of HW Hay IItll: & run'N '
8W4 SE'4 25 :
Wr of NEVi A Ely Of % II 22 10 W. C. V..yo A Bro Inc. 2.48
You are required to appear on NW% 4 6 U liH4! of AE'V or AW14 25 II 22 10 George Strong 236 ft for a
160 E. E. Norman 3.18 1.8. beg tIgg '
June 7th. 1943, In the above named '" W SEV 25 II 22 10 Edgar. Wllllama thence run W

Court and cause, wherein plaintiff NN"EtyofANNWw, A 4tvsy It -8Aof'W4ofNL'kor.. _.. ,,_.. -- -- u. K N 8 ?&'\*" '{? *. lot_.
eeks divorce. Bradford County or IIW'A: 6 8 II 180:1.: W. Townsend 28.66 "'I 01 ".....'1. w Ii zz 3 Lynwood Crawford 1.64 n '. "' *.. u.
Telegraph shall publish this Order SEv4ofNE44Ex1A- Nli! of SWVi\ of IotHof 23 6 22 Mike Dew
la next four weekly Issues. 1SE44 1 land In Starke 11
t I Cemetery 13 21 39 26 5 22 6 Joe Reed
Witness my hand and official ay(? at sw'i! of awti A Frailer Kelley 1.40 N 195 ft of B 430 ft of5E4 1.94 114 ft N A 8 by 210

nest. at Stark., Florida, this April. KV4 nf 8WV4 Ex 10 A of SWI, of NE'4 28 5 22 3 Jessie Moore ft E A W bounded E
.4 30th 1943. N>4 ofsPEVi of NW' Ex 1.94 by band
In NW Cor A
11 8
(OFFICI4L REAL) A.I.: Thomas 2t 90 Empire Lmbr. Co. 679 6"A W of In NE S by Hoytt tonStLan. .
v. NE'/. 2* 6 22
iq As Clerk of said. Court. n : NE'i 24 : n 40' Betty rmn. 1.10S Cor A NV4 of SWVi of ...... Mary Jane Green Eat M |
40 Mrs. .
West B. L. 00 LI\ .
William D. Morgan, Jacksonville NW.... 26 5 22 TlttBV A CO'S
SE Cor of NWVi 35 E. E. Edwards SfllDIV OF !
5.3ltIN 7.43 M3Vi OF 'VK'i ZH 4 SLots
for All of
Fla. Atty. Plf. 6-7 4t of NWVi\ of HWVi NEt NEVi\ of
SWVi\ B of Ry 26 1, 2, 3 of Blk 1
6 ,
coVnr run N 66 degrees W 22 8 F. A. Fisher 2.38 Elk 2 Annie Williams Ext. in I
cmcriT BRADFORD) NWVi! of SWVi 26 6 :
735 ft to Bee line 40 Margaret Carroll 1.11Bd
7.54 Elk 6 Annie Williams Ent.
thence N 870 ft to NW 10 Battle Moore Ml
1,94 4 Blk Hunter
CEil V. NWU of 8WU of RE'4 .. 11
Cur of NWU of $W'4 ,
Davie Marshall Chestnut Plaintiff E 198 ft of SWU of Lot. 1, 2 of Blk 19 Unknown !"l
thence E 660 664
: ft Lot 3 of Carrie Turner. Ill l
Defendant.Case : Blk
vs. Mary Todd Chestnut 8WU nf SE'i 26 5 22 19
ft to Beg Ex 1 A on 13 Unknown
V'Vof 3.09 Elk 25 A Mope Graham "I
No. 2470. SEVi of BWVi! of NuJ ut Blk 21
N side A
In "
ORDER NOTICE OF PUBLICATIONAND TO APPAAR AiN(<<'orof 4 7 21 6 Mary C. Plllard 486 WE ViSEU of SHtl of SW4A 28 5 22 S Peter Tlsdale Sr. 3.78 HI.1J Lots of 1. Slof 4 Elk 27 A A., R.R. Randolph Randolph (I-11.HI

BTATE OF FLORIDA to: Mary Ry A 8 SE'4 of 08 N ofSAL A 8(* of 8WU of ; Elk 39 Ex Lot 3 A. T. Paul II) I

Todd Chestnut, whoae addreaa la F Ry A E of Platted & WV4 of SE'i' of S Lots 3. 4 Blk 30 Joe Hogan GD !
& S 420 ft of Ii ft of Lot Willie Roberts
eo| Station. Mulllna, South land. n SEVi of Elk
6 Unknown
2 5.61
__ 33
of of
Carolina. SE'4 SE'i 27
You are required to appear JofiJune rn FtyAofLNW'Eof City 40 I In A" Ely. of NEVi OfilE'4/ .,27 6 5 22 23 20 67 n.Margaret F. Halter Carroll 15.83 Lots 2, S of Blk .15 Ida Simmons 'Hi

7th. 1943, In the above namedCourt 8'. of NEU of SE'i A 2.48 Lots: 1 : of Elk 40 Alfred Barnes Hi
and cause, wherein plaintiff All liE'" of SEVi SWVi E of 4 7 31 2 Mary C. Flllard 241 l PEU of N1V... of SEU 28 5 22 30 Lonnle W. Page Lota : Elk .41 1 Unknown t" I IXC"
eeka divorce and no other relief. Old RvSEVi Lots 44. 46. 63, 63, 60, 2.24 Late I. 2 of Blk t2 Sam Franklin ,Ml
20 7 11 20 R. 8 Burrency 1 24 61 In Woodlawn Lot 4 Blk Bertha.... Dell
Bradford\ County Telegraph shall of &EVi66A 30 5 22 60 H. 1u:
23 7 11 40 Unknown D. Starling B42 .
3.00 3.72 Lots f
BV of Jeasle
publish this Order In next four In NV4! nf NEVi deeded > Lot 11-Wood- 4 45 Guyon
weekly leaues.Witness" to William Jones. I lawn' 31 5 22 B Mrs. Villa Lots 2, 3 Blk 46 Sarah- Scott JJI
hand and official Lnts 26, 27-Wondlawn 32 Starling 1 39 L fIot'\ Sarah Scott I
my Ex SVi! of SEU t 5 22:. 20 W. R. Crawford B.ll Lot 2 of
eal at Starke. Florida this May of NWy US nf SW'i\ of NWU of 1.03 47
24 7 11 73 Norman Blue
6th 1943. All of.NWU W of 10.fRd NEU A WV4 of SEVi Lot 2 of Blk 48 Fannie' McCall I 1.14

OFFICIAL REAL) A.I.: Thomas NEJ4 Ex W 9 1-1 A 28 7 21 7 of NW'i of NEU! 34 B 22 10 E. M.. Blount Sallle Williams L.I
As Clerk of said Court. Clyde Morgan Young 7.13 Lots 10. 11. 18 Peets.vllle 3.43 1.1\\GII'ro.: ., THlnv A
John J. Km for SINE NW'4 oflflyES4 of as C0.8 ADO iTiQv :28 I 8Mrs.
Henderson ] Atty 5 22 9 William Stron
29 7 11 8 R. 8. Surrency 2.34 N 400 ft of Lot 13 g 224
Plf. 6-7 4t 628tl
Com at NW NW'4of Ii,
.C.f:: Peetsvllle 35 5 22 3.foifVkL| .
": NE'i B 310 4 Ella Cain
CIRCUIT CO CRT flRADFOHDCOUNTY. yds E 11644vds! Lots 10. 21-Peetsvllle 35 5 22 14 W. 1.94 :J. E. Wilson tlS1!}
J. Stpo'ng '
FLORIDA IV CHA.1tCKHY. 210 yds W 116U Ydro: Lots 18, -Peetsvllle 2.08 6, 10 Smith ;
35 5 22 CaP
to 13 William Strong I. %' '& .. % wi 1SJIILota
beg 29 7 11 5 Mrs R. R. Jones 9.62 Lot 19-Peetsvllle 64 13 A Rltch
Alton James Barnes, Plaintiff, vs. WV4 of NKVi of NW'} 2 5 13 ,20 Carson M. Grlffls. 35Lot II 22 8 Peter Tladale,, Jr. 2.48 'mu' of Lots '
H.Ia 4
Lei ha Barnes, Defendant. Case No. Lot, s. it. i. > 4i. 24-Peet.vlll. in II"" ...._ _._ 11 I ,
n -- .. .. .. -
Z4U7ORDER 37. 38.; 39 -40.-'41- ,' 42. NE'4 of NEI4! or NE1.' 38 II 22 "" -.soa"Hayes 3.08 3, 18 A 8 9 ft W. T. 'Veek.*Ell!, I'll
OF PUBLICATION 41. 45/ 46, 49. 60, 61.. NE'1 % 3f II 22 10 ilarah 2.48 of Lot 4 of Blk 14
AND NOTICE TO APPEAR 62. 63. 54 55. 56, 57. 68, < v E'lft of !1tOfOr NW I.4 Lots ", 9 of Elk 16 Floyd Green 11:1:
STATE OF FLORIDA to: Letha 80, 61. 63 6J Wood- ot 10 Enoch Strong' I.D4 2, 12 rat
Cora BrooksE.
NW- A.
::: .;:, whose residence Is Bladen- lawn 10 5 23 300 D. Davis 26.26 F.'S of s\v't4 of NW4 3 8 II U 22 15 e. I, &: l\(. Dln..f..llow 1.84 Blk Ii le 14 of ,
North Carolina.You WV4 of Lot Woodlawn 6 Sl $1. 20 A. C. Sumner 1.14 L"ta I, 2, 13. 111LM"
10 6 22 Carl Becker 1.47 a 8 2.1:. 14 of Blk L. Williams
are required to appear ont 9 A all Lnts All EoJ of"jw! W ofWRdnf 40.f. M. Urlffte 1.28
7th' t 1943, In the' above named E'rllotl1LOl, of Lot Lots. :t, 4. II, 8, Mrs. tit
: .WI6 3 5 U 7. 8. 9, 10. E. M. Thomas>>
and cause, wherein plaintiff Wondlawn 10 5 23: :SO Mrs Teresa. Becker 4 70 NE\\ & 18 William F. Booth 1,56ix I I. 12 ot JJk 24
.. l ::Viv;
.k. divorce Bradford County Lots 85/ :Woodlawn 10 5 fl 20 Unknown 2.48B '! 4 8 U 1..01" 13, 14 of Blk 27 C. L. Peek Eat 20
... shall publish this Order Lot 44-WoodlawnLots 10 21 10 Unknown 1 26 NEt4' ot NEV4 It I 22 40 60 A.Lols:I.Bryan 3.72 lJllt: I3Tempie'; Add to Ira & /Shara YoungUnknown to
next four weekly Issues. 80. 32-Woodlawn 11 6 22 Mayfor Inv. ('n, of NW1 10 8.U
2 08
8 22
Witness my hand and official :". trW.t'; ; 10 Jae. J. Batley 1.48 Lots 8, 9 28 6 22 ill
Lot 61-WnodlawnW 11 5 23 10 Paul Jo nil-- 1.87 ty'of 8 \\4 10. 11. 12. 13. .
..1 at stark, Florida, this May >4 of SE y, of NE' 11 IIU: 10 H.V.. Ur.vlland 1.67 W ot ny A E ot Hd JO 8 U 6 14. 18 of Ink 14.
1943.OFFICIAL. Lots 61. 64. 64 80 A N'4 N'y ot NW'4 t.f George Griffis 1.40 ;Tem le'a
NE'4 11 8 22 Addition
( SEAL) A.I: Thomas of Lots bf 68 In HI oN1Vv4 of 11 20 Louise. C. GardIner 3,32 to
NE4 I 22
Clerk of paid Court. Woodlawn 13 5 21 50 W. C. A Bro Inc. Wy of 8Wt4 of NE' 11 20 Unknown 8.32 9 22
Deyo 11.00 I aa: Unknown
Frank Landrum, Stark Florida. Lots. 1. 2. 8, 4,. 11, 14, tu 20 A. U Rogers 3.12 Mltfl
for Plf. 5.1 4t 6-28 15, 14, 17. 18. 24. 80>, .t of JW4tVA! H WrwS"s

COt'ItT 31, 81, 31. 34. 35. 38, 1,1 1AAoflnil L. of 8 22 John :R. DykersMargaret
cmcriT BRADFORD ;;fW '
46, 46. 47. 48. 60, 63, Nend S .
COI'NTY. FL.OHIUAI CI1ANCKRY. 64. In Woodlawn 13 11:11: 850:1.: W. Baker 2596 19 A of BEtl of NWI4 II 8 2:1: 111 Mrs. l drtaoICO: 35 Peek'.
Lots 6, 8, 11. 12-Wood. W 10 A of E 21 A of Pearl Starling 3.28 Starke
b:. Smothers Plaintiff, v. lawn 40 J. RE\\ of Lol. 3. 4, 28 8 22 //.0
13 5 21 H. Williams 4.80 NW\\. 18 8 22 10 H. I, 8 of Elk Carroll
Rogers Smathers, Defendant. Lots. 27 1*-Woodlawn 13 5 23 20 Mary E. Ward 2.48 RE'4 NE'y W. Andr.w. 2.11 15, Peek's .
No iE2J8F SWVi\ of SEVi\ of NEfi 14 B II 10 Nellie W. Frank 1.17 i w 5 :l NW;). II : n :g Unknown L W. Conway u: Starke t.o

PUBLICATIONAND EU of 8WU\ of 8EU, 14 5 22 10 Rosa Williams 1.84 Et' nf SE'' NWt4& 13. 14 of Bile 28 8 22 B. K. Perr'manLOI" (/0
NOTICE TO APPEAR Lots 13 19-Woodlawn 14 6 23- 20 Clemmle Ford 663 E'4 ot NE'4 of MW" It 6 22 20 Rising Add I t I Ion B.
STATE OF FLORIDA to: Ora Lots ;23:r. 23, 24, 26,- swe! of S101... of NWI & Ernest ae..n..r 1.1t Nlarke to
Smathers whose residence Woodlawn 14 5 22 e 40 Unknown 581 3 A In SE Cor ot 8W14 Lot 2 ot BIk sa J" 28 6 22 III
: Route 1. Box 146, Waynesvllle, Lot Wondlawn 14 B 12 10 n.. H. PierceB .47 ot N W(' It 1 22 13 Johns Addition I s William C.
Carolina. W. V.
Lot 39 In Woodlawn 14 23 10 Unknown ,.47 9is of NEf'4 ot SWtr It I 22 2.78 Starke
You are required to appear on Lot 43, 4WnodlawA E" tli 20 L. B. Bot/llln 2.84 2'-10 A E 28 6 171or
14 6 33 30 Unknown 2.48t St.no91 side A Ry In 22
oof flW Mary B. Maloney
un. 7th. 1943, In the above named (
Lnts 5 6. of
9. 111 .
and cause wherein plaintiff 12. 23. 34. 25 In Wood. An undivided nne.Aalf 22 III Joe Pe.pl. H.38 bound..d NwDo" 8W'4

..k. divorce. Bradford County lawn 15 5 33 110 Mayfor Inv. Co. 96 .. In Add W by Johns
". shall publish this Order Lot. IS, 16, 31-Wood- NEB: W nt IRdk', k Sea Line A R'Lot.Y

next four weekly issues lawn 16 5 33 10 D. L. Rlgaby 4.80 Hh nr NWI4 nf NEI! IS 1 21 55 Green A Mitchell 10 of Blk 47--.1. SI.
I\Ia. Witness my hand and official tot Woodlawn 15 5 22 10 Stanley Vrundaga 2.48 SE\4 of NEI3 Ex I A Ii.U Johns Ad<'''t 'IOn .
..1 at. tltark.. Florida, this MayOFFICIAL NLot... 46-Wood' In NE {"or Rt Ex 4 a.. < to

.. 1943. lawn 16 S 12 8 F. A. Fisher 1.77 A In NW Cop 11' II Z8 Lot 3 i A 28 6 22 III
SEAL' ) A.I.' : Thomas Lot Woodlawn 15 5 12 10 Mrs. B. 11. Harvey 1,47 Com al Matilda Dixon Ii.11 atD! oBik Elk C Lop 27 :J. 0, Boyd
lM 0
run S71
Clerk of said Court. WH of Lot 60-Wood- of NE W J CC Add Park .

Frank Landrum, Starke" Florida i lawn 16 5 22 5 Avery L. Keever 1.77 ft W 41t ft NE 711 8 lackln. 4 of Z8 < 22 : 1N
for Pit. 6- 41 6.31 8''i of Lot 61-Wood- rt F. 291 tt to Beg Addition Elk 12 T.. R. Young
lawn 15 5 23 5 A. Stoker lit Ex III' I A IS 2. Ii Gilbert Dixon t ha Town Stark.: to .';: ; '
r.RCtriTT BRADFORDCOI'NTY. E'i of Lot 60-'Wood- NW%" of 'IWI4' nf NE' 8.48 Blk 12 Ex Att.. of 81 < 22 111
FLORIDA IN: CHAN lawn 11 5 22 5 Mrs. E. O.. Harvey 1.77 an" NE4 ot 8E14: of la.kln. Lot 4 Floyd Green

ERY. Lots li8I, S. 14. 15, 18, NW IS 12 10 F. M. Packbam the Town of Stark.to
w Jr..r..rall.ll'J; ::: t: 17. A WH of Lot / Lots 1. 1 l 6 of Flora 1.41 Com at NW Cor or 1 31 IN
Annie : or 4N6W(21 Floyd Green
81 A all Lots 19, 40, core anova Sub' RE4 4 run .
Cane No. 1464 43. 61. f4-Wondlawn 16 5 11 135 Mayfor Inv. Co. 11.2 Dlv In N... 17 1 II 120 Arthur Dale E. 210 ft for 8 ,
ORDER OF PUBLICATION Lots 4. I3-Woodlawn 16 5 23 20 E. C. Mosley 223 8u, nf E a-a of NW14! of a.u beg thence run a pt offt
AND NOTICE TO APPEAR Lot 21 A N 226 ft of : 18. II 13
NIi:1: Lydia Tyson r'92
BTATE OF FLORIDA to: Annie Lots 16. 17. 28-Wood- N't oNE I.a of NW 2.14 N tt l: :: :

ra Caldwell Oaffey whose residence: lawn 16 5 22 20 Sinclair' Mosley 283 18 II 13 Willie Tyson, Jr. Lota 3, 4. 13, 1. beg 20 1 22 ill
83 Street, Concord Lot Woodlawn: 16 1il2: 10 Mrs. E. U. Harvey 167 A strip 100 ft wide 1.08 Iy'. Add Ev.r- I Elmo Strnth

Carolina. Lots 11. 17 28, 31. 34, 35, across rt: otE W14 JJ WLx or NW% It t 22 IS'if'
You are required to appear on 36, 37. 3ti A N'', of Lot NEV4 > of 20 as 1 Llnda.y Orlffia :> N'A of 82314 Amanda SIlcox 1
: 7th.,. 1943. In the above named 39 A REL'' 2.11 S 820
all lots 40, 41, 44. ; l.NE!. A NE4! ft nf IO < 32 111CornE
and cause, wherein plaintiff 46, I'ln6\'v 53. 64, 67. 0 20 6 II 10 Mra. Onle Freeman t Ex W NWI4 ot 14 Willie Luca.
..k.. divorce Bradford County 61, \ '\tawn' 17 5 22 205 Mayfor Inv Co. 1826 About 10 A In SEi4' of 21.11 Co rlof ft U I 21 II'of
publish this Order Lots 4. 12. 13, 41. 42. 49,' NW" a. per deed 1'- lw8.rr A NEU 18 R. D. A R. A. Well
next four weekly Issues. 60, SI. Rl, 63. 64. 6S. corded. In Deed Book ft E run R N
Witness my hand and official 66, 63. 40, page 121 21.:12: 10 O. B. Bradley E 210 ft8t 105 ft
at Starke Florida. this May 64 17NJ.0'ot8tU} /4 In Coin In ft N from I'IE 1,16 AI661 ft to 420 ft W
BEAD' A.I.: Thomas Woodjawn it 5 22 195 Mayfor In.... Co. 17.45 iOu of SW14 of NW'4 NEt: tel'U. 22 '
Clerk of said Court. Lot 46 A E'4' of Lot 31 N 182 ft W 33 \ E: ot Sgt of 5 Alice McDougals I
.Frank Landrum tttarke. Florida ..Woodlawn II 5 11 IS Mrs. E. :J. Harvey I.77 ft tJ IU ft Ii: IU ft Rd U. JTI>*

\ for* Plf. 5-7 41 6-ill Lot Woodlawn )' I 22 It Carl Carter 1.67 to pt of beg 11. II 1 George Frazier 2.It (Continued 8 on pace 2 Louis 7).. Kahr Est.

MAY M. 19M_


'4___ Storage Of Eggs 31. 1942. Inclusive If "working I Court to make and publish thin n..I u... .. ..... ..5of

Inventories" I Oio"h\ therefore' NoliCR: la land "....Twp. R... A.. Ower T.... C....
c Prevented exceed 600 cases I TO TilE TAX.
tUI 7 through application of tilts formula PA YKRS PRO P R K V Y OWNERS 7 A In HE ('or .t F.I"ot '
After June AND t'l111ZENI4 OF THE CITY OFSTARKE. SVot sE4 icaN .
15 a statement must be made A MUNICIPALITY INTHK : ''nA"W 32 6 U 5 C. P. Chandler 2.81
to the Director of FDA before I COt'NTY OF HRADFORU 1 A ", {'nr of EI1I
The War Food STATE OF FLORIDA, INCLk'UINO ot NV4: nr 8.t.;. 31. U 1 Joe Johnson I."
Administration June 1, 1943. For the period NON.SI1ISIDENT8NINO PHOP.KRTV WI1 or NW", or tel!:" IIsaI..ut

has Issued an order controlling; June through December an aver- OR HCHJECT: TO TAXATION 10 .A sold diver.Persnu .
all storage of shell THEREIN. : A Nfl OTHERSHAVIVU aa. It 10 VictorIa Mack .11
eggs. Guy age of slightly more than two OR AIMINO ANY Corn at SE (

Sale, Chairman of the Bradford dozen eggs per month will be R1UHT. T1TI.B OR INTEREST: IN: ofNW n'rrE'4W:& .
County Food PROPERTY TO BE: AFFECTED: BY run N 447 fI W as ftS
Advisory Committee available for each civilian consumer THE I" UA-OI': '': OF THK CKRT1-: 11 ft W 176 tc N 420

said today. I according to present' esti- I FICATES DRSCHIHKU ...:IUIS. ft IC UO tt to I'S ot
; that you. and each nf you are lIce :33 8 It I WillIe Mack I.U
The Bradford committee Is mates of WFA. I hereby required to appear and Cent !210( tt W ot SR: Corof

working closely with .WUi'i"I If any you have, be W'"', fN .f
the Government fore : ra A. Z. Adkln' *. 14R1,1 11 run 210"tt W '
to see that all persons Office supplies of all kinds for Judire" of the above named Court.at 110 tt II aso 't 10 110
storing eggs are notified of Mile at The ItratlforU County I the County Court House In ft to pI 0' beg II' It 1. E..le Green 1.31
I new t.rk"l Bradford County Florida Com 3UO tt N from 8W
T : '., r controls. The purpose of the Telegraph. '''at 2 :00 P M. o'clock on June 7th ('t'rltb: WI1 .:.t NWL. .
order la to 'A. D. 1943. why: paid proceeding;* tIm 51 200 .
protect civilian egg IX: ('IRT.T rOI.RT.COI lilt AIIFORI) and Water and Sewer Revenue tc tI to tt 101 110 fC ,_ "" 11 VI. _
supplies and supplies of dried and NTY. Fl.WHIUAl I% ('HU- Certificate should not be validatedand N aGO tCV .au tt 14 .1)b ..-a
frozen for ('ER 1'. confirmed. 180 tt to PC Of beg Es. .. '. _
eggs military needs.: Morris. Nao-ler. Plaintiff vs. Theressa Bradford County Telegraph a M of road II S U Frank Park. 1.7.LI"'O' .
Speculators have been Slmensky duly qualified newspaper of *;enerul -
turning Nattier Defendant.
*. 'L ------- L large Case No. 24S1.OR1 circulation published I In the ." CITY 11M. OF 5E54 W 0..' RV .2 C n
quantities of .
eggs: Into storage \)KR: OF PUBLICATION City of Mtarke, Bradford County lots I. II of Elk S T. 3. Alderman 3..S _
expecting to sell Florida. I. hereby designated. a*
Lots 1 ot Elk
a. I
STATE the newspaper In which his notice William McLeod E.t. '.tl
prices this to: Theressa -
viLt' and In spite of o Slmeni.ky Nnnler whose resi shall be published on the follow- Lot a nt "Ik II 1':11.: Williams ...stI"t.

record production this year civilian dence I Is 624 K. 63rd: $t.. Brooklyn. tour date. ., 5. 7 nt "Ik 8 Phillip", Joe Johnson J.U
and New York. May 7. 1943i; May 14. 11143; May SI.IN Lot a nt Hlk S William M..L..d II1Hl. 1.80
military supplies: were You are required. to appear on 19((.... I..t I of Itlk 8 Ed .1. Johnson 1.13
being threatened. June 7th. 1943 In the above named : WITNESS:' WHEREOF. I have I.ot II nr HII 8 Olllet Williams ..InI.nt
: pr Court and .cause u herein plaintiff hereunto set mv hniul and affixed 7 ot SIlk t H. A. Prescott Jr. .tl5 _
-\ The: Bradford County Food Advisory seeks divorce. Bradford, County the official seal of Kald Court at I..,... I. 5. 8 of IUk 10 Unknown IULnt _
: Committee ,h tht Older. Xlarke, Kiadford County Fli.rlilu a of Hlk U leorgia.. Alien 1.10'II4J
i Is notifying r.I.next PJ.u'I': \: 'Issues. this let day of May A. h. 194.1. \ ..t I..t 3 ot IIlk 1.

dealers, wholesalers and other distributors Witness my hand and official A. J.: THOMAS' .r 01. .lohnq Sub Dlv
in Bradford senl at Marke. Floilda" hula May A* Clerk of the Circuit Court: of NRt. of NJoJ", 33. U IIf,.. Abbie L. Ilennessee 11.1a
I County that 10th. 19n.IU..IC1AL. Bradford County, Florida.OFFICIAL I a Y\V l'or nt N II'4
they may not keep shell eggs in SEAL) A..J. Thomas ( MEAL: ) 6.? 8t 4-11' :t hN%%", U 8 II I.J. o. -floyd I."

A* Clerk of said Court.W 'om 2... ft S nt NW Car
storage after June 15. with the C Hnrdesty, Ia>'tonu 1l..athFlorida IX ('IM.r t;.l Ml', Hit tIbiohti) ,., 1'I V NSL4
following exceptions: To cover ; Ally I for Hf. 5-7 4t 6-2S (- :.r' .Kl.Ollllttl iII \ >.1 ruuit, S 2 7or fl 711 tt _
( Kit V. N 191 ttV lPt tt .to
existing contracts with Govern. John IMper Plaintiff. V*. Susie hep 83 S U t lIen. MeDouaal.J II."
ment agencies for production of IV rillClir. COI ItT lilt tUFOHU I'lut-p. Defendnnt. Case No. 2471)) All I i NW'il ot SW''I., \V ot
till i % Fl ( ) I ( st- I OhIbl. it OF 1'1'BLICATIONAND 9
tI, Ity 33 6 U A. F. A. C. Co. I.ta _
spray dried whole eggs.: and a 4 iuu..losepiia: \ : :NOTICE TO Al'l'ICAIl All NW'4 nt SWL4; 1'1 ot
small Datum Beck Plaintiff v*. STATE 0..' FIXXIIDA to: Hnsle
specific volume of fly 101x about :2 t A In _
be eggs may Lnul Beck Defemlant. Cane No. Piper v> 'hose residence In 56 Fenner KW Cur 33 6 n U H. D. Hunt 1.18
accumulated and held for 24(13.OKUKR( Avenue Clifton N. J. All 1.1E'".. .t NIO:',. 11 nt
working inventories"", of dealers OF.. PUBLICATION You are reuulred to appear on ltd i I':", .111 A RerouteS
AM: NOTICE: TO AI'PIJAH June "III. 1844 In the above ttumedCourt .tii A lx rv aa 11 U 11 Mike Pew 1.91
/ wholesalers and others. This new STATE OF K1.OHIHA toi Mr. and CUUHH, wherein pluintirfneeksj I l I I I in NE L'or ot NWN)
provision Is cent alned In .ulli Beck, (Coritiirul ) 5 Itt! Onl. divorce. Bradford, Cuunty :f \ ill S n t t'nknown 6(79SR'.4
an Co. 1 Camp Shelby. Mississippi.You i ;Telegraph' shall publish this Older ot 8W4 u a u U Unknown a.u
Last Word in Deliciousness Chicken Chowder! amendment to Food Distribution are required to appear on In next four weekly\ :l lesues. 1.stiq 8. 7 .t IIlk II Lake.
Order Number 40. In June 7th. 1943, In the above named WltnesH my hand and official Kln..I..y Heights I nNRt
See Below .
-J ( Recipe ) addition to Court and cause, herein plaintiff seal at Starke.! Floi Ida. thin May ., oi NR4 38. U Cha.. I!. MoMllIan 1.73 _
new non-storage provision the Keeks divorce and Custody of 8t h.. 194S.OFFICIAL. I-J s.t ot NW.4! 0' NWVte .

Protein! amended order also Minor Children. Uradford County ( SEAL) A..J. Thonins 'v I I nt NE!.. of
Get Your Lynn Chambers' \ stipulates thatno Telegraph shall publixli tills outerIn A. Clerk of alil Court NY.I! SII II n 511 Mary n. Maloney a 16NRi
Point-Saving eggs may move Into storage next four weekly ..."..*. Wm. I). Morgan Jacksonville, "'1.... \. ..f NW\, 3 II to Unknown .. .11IW'1a
why you should Menu after May 20. The Witness my hand and official Att. for 1'lf. 6-7 4t 6-28 nf NiO ut 8\V" I ; U I') P. W. Col.nn 5.66N'1
here'f no reason original order enl at Ktarke Florida. this May of Nl':', 4 7 U RO Mrs. 'A. A. Wllllam..n 1t114NI.
be getting your necessary pro- set this date as June 1. 3rd 1943. IV riltfl'IT. ('0' IIT. 1IHAIIKOHIIT1. .'4 nt )4ii. t 7 U to (Isorge William. Ret 6..'
dally menus or why Chicken Chowder OFFICIAL SEAL) A..J. Thomas ('01 \ F..OIU""I IN: ('II." tlW4 ot 8RL: .I:
.1 into your Provisions of the amended order As Clerk of said Court. ('EU P. s1wi or MI'':( of t4 I.L 4 1 U 10 Dr. 111. M. W.b.ter I."
ng meat alternates. I.e.-foods Crisp Crackers require that all shell W. i*. Hnrdesty. Uaytnnu t':2hti: : Toneph. C. Wal'I i use alternately with meat- Chefs Salad eggs In cold Fla.. Atty. for Plf.". 5-7 v*. June WnddliiKti., Defendant.Case NE'4: &C"II P4 420
Stewed Rhubarb storage on May 20 be reserved No. 2472. .tt 11 630 tt N 110 ttV ,
buld become a dull or difficult Cookies ORDER OF PUBLICATION: \ UII tt N 210 ttV
for Government agencies and l\ flllC't IT I >l IIT IlllI>K )HI)
Beverage may ANI NOTICE TO Al'l'EAHf11'A'I"1 \ 2111 tt to pC nt h"lf 5 1 U Unknown 1.00
blem. .
Cot IX ('llLllllan \>
be offered to them F1. FLOIUIttl OF FLORIDA to June
at no more : 6 A In H": "'or ot NL'La !
.er.', your opportunity to show Recipes Given than ceiling (9:"Y Wnddlnitton whose reldence I* ,, N\II l. beIng .11. 3.Y .
prices Travalena Plaintiff
iir what really smart applicable to Weiner Colorado rtprlnirs. Colorado. I'l : \V by 680 tt
family a Nathan Weiner Defendant.Cave :
grades for Government purchaseIn v* You are required to appear on A 5 1 U 6 Marshall Jackson I.OS
homemaker you I hearts of celery cat fine effect when No. 2466.OltiEIt .. June 7th I94ft In the above named 5 A In $11 C"or or SE'. '
.it 1 arfor you can 2 hard-cooked offer is made. OF.. PI'BLICATIONA.NI Court and cause, wherein plaintiff of NW' Mx 1 A iiNE
eggs quartered Under terms of : NOTICH] TO APPEAR seeks divorce. Bradford County
the e..r 111"0 t A UI
1'' II keep up their admiration Wash lettuce original order STATIC OF .'IAllti I>A to: NulhnnVelner till. p
F and dry in towel. set aside Telearrnph. shall publlxh OrderIn tt R & \V hy 37D ft .
> residence addresH la
ItA have whose
eggs might been ,
four luea. .
/ for you Break lettuce but do not cut. next weekly N A 14 N nt and ad-
apart. Mr. Nathan. Welner, 261 CuyuaaRoad.
held Into winter months. The Witness, my hnml and officialiu.al Jniniug 5 A described ''I
'- by serving an Place In chilled bowl Buffalo. New York: a < IIf.r.hall
and add remaining I at Htnrke Florida this May above I 1 U Jackson ...88S
,1/\; of amendment however prohibits whose Post office Ad 4th.
endless variety 5 A 3ct! ot SW\
:. ingredients. Toss together 1 .
lightly storage after June 15 Main rtre..t.. Buffalo New York. (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas uuf F1\! 5 7 22 II Unknown 1 Sit
.. good egg and with trench dressing. except as V... required to appear on A. Clerk of ald Court.T. fI\V''., .t NEI4 \\I 7 54: to J. W. Andrewe A lion a dl I,)
l dI!!! chicken dishes Another good dish using chicken. expressly provided In the order. June. 7th.. 1943 In the above numed Frank Landrum Stark, Florida i 1.II..fNW:' otN'\VI. 0 7 U 10 H..nryl..Hmlth ..14)WI
Court and cause. wherein plaintiff. Atty. .for pit G-7 4t 6-2U ", of of II U 10 "'. F. Flume 1.n
NW'1 NW,4
-l. and fish In all its Under the of .. ) ,
amended and Child
a complete protein food. and spaghetti order the seeks divorce Custody N W i. of $N'4 II 7 I U .0 'nknown a.o""

riet7.; These foods are protein. usually classified as a second VVFA stands ready to buy all publish Bradford thin County Order Telegraph In next fhnll four 1% C.III"1'r (.01 IIT. Illl MIKOHI1 Nii, ot HWIot of NRLS! 10( 7 U ao Morgan Lee. a.oo

cb and with a little Ingenuity youn class protein food. Is combined in storage eggs offered on this basis. weekly Issue (.'01 %TV. KI.OIIIIIIM ('II\N-: N ot N\V4 ot HW4* 11 1 U 10 fleck &c(lregg Hard-
make a star performer out of this way: Recognizing that certain Witness... my hand and officialseal 4 .-:ItV.1.uclll. wars T.t!:
at Htarke Florida this May .. Hell by Everett Ireen, her 211 Wiiiiii
: \V.l of :" ot II":'., 15 7 22 flyal 1.10
any; of them. Spaghetti and Chicken Casserole. ties of eggs must be carried for m"'FI 1943. next friend.I Plaintiff! v*. -Hoy HI:'. or 14\11\4 18 7 U to LillIan D. l1..rr.1I I.U

{Chicken comes beautifully to the (Serve 8)) normal I business processes VVFA ( SEAL) A..J. Thomas lieu,. Defendant. Case. No. 34X9.! 101 300 tt or \ '. of"1I1'4
A* Clerk of said Court.VV. ORDER: II Ii' PCHLICATION/ \ W cit Ity' III 7 U I Southern Dairies .no. 1.39Coi
scue for its a good complete pro. !4 cop chicken fat or shortening through the amendment will per. C. Hardest Daytona Beach, AM NOTICE TO APPEAR 10 yds W ot 517nr

i.n and the supply Is good espe- 54 cup chopped onion mit retention of designated 1".. Atty. for Plf. 6-1 4t &.*e STATE OF FLORIDA I to: Ie RoyMcii (' nr H..o 19 A rUnr
whose residence I I. 1'eneacola
ally at the present time. Use H cup flour 'working I n v e ntorles" In cold) 401 IIT. KKSIITH.iii Florida. and whone present AdtlreH, 1' 2lo.0rttttJ N IOUI { 1 1.. n.. Clara .I: Ala
icken wisely however. a little bit 2 caps chicken stock Under I\ TIIIIIKCI' I I.. Staff SKt. Lelloy Hell *M81 h t..I.lit. beg If 1 22 Kaleh n.51
storage. this i 0' KI.OU-
provision", up >iri\i, ( UK i r C..., A. 1*. O. 430, Camp Howie, .
t It combined with other foods can 1 cup grated cheese to 600 cases of be II %. 1% AM 'nll -" "IU'OIlUf 'l'exis.You. 1 I"t 10:1: tt m 1 In NW _
eggs accumulated '
may o.' I SIt tlIl.: 'or or tI4\ of IIJI!:!. of
hake a meal or more out of one 1 cup cooked tomatoes in storage for each CITY OF STAKKK:, a munl.) are reulred. to appear. on sk:'. III 7 U Unknown 1.55L..ls
June 14th., 19ta.l In the above named us. .
icken. Here's an example: 2 cap diced chicken clpallty In the Cuunty of) 24. 21all.\ 21. .
place of business Court and cauMe, Plaintiff .
by a 28. III C. J. WeokeHtti
Bradto.-". Btate r.t .'lorl Chicken Chowder. 1 8-oance package spaghetti cooked handler. Where necessitated by Petitioner ) seek. .* divorce and. maiden Tel.nttmerestored Ulv *1'1 7 22 John .I: Ethel Thomas 2,15

H cup buttered bread crumb -v*. ) .shall Bradford County Order N1'4: ot NE!.. 20 1 22 to LillIan 1,. Harr.n 8.45:
(Serve 6)) large operations "working Inventories" graph publish this In fit' W't NV'4 & _
Melt fat and cook onions slowlyfor next four weekly Issue 'Wu: r N';:
[ 1 cup cooked diced chicken are computed by taking the taxpayernr p e rt y) Wit.....* my hand and official, of of NW',4of
19 minutes. Add flour stir well. th. L4Wi4 20 7 22 U.J. H. Saxon
anti cltUxns of > 5.41
[ Z ounces salt pork finely diced. add stock sir.A 8 percent of eggs handled between CITY owners OF 8TAHKH a municlpullty -) enl at Ntarke, .Florida this May Lt.s Miii I, Dlv ot HVtuf .

or June 1. 1942 and August In the County of) 12th 1943. A. J. Thomas, $W4 20 1 II 4 L. C. Johne Jr. 1.83

[ t tablespoons chicken fat I ... .,*-. ring until constantly.thickened. 100'ludlnlnon.r..ldenl.Hra.lfc.rd. State l of Florida... own-)) A* Clerk:: _of_said, Court.OFFH'IAL .. svI* I,.''J..ot'N1'j NW'/.i: & NI, of 11 1 U ao T.. n.. Clara .I: Ada

[ t to 4 tablespoons onion finely TRAIN SChEDULE: Inn property or subject to) ( H"A') 11 A In HN 'ol'- at NII4! Kainlu 2.65fit
Knight & Htar Florida
0* Add cheese and Soul hbound taxation thereinitCIIpOfldefltS.. ) Knight, 6-14 j NW'i 21 1 U 11 I.. It. Kalch .9$
C for Plf. 4t 4IM
Atty -
chopped nt 7 U 10 .
stir until melted. ) WI.'or NV'4 8WL 1'.OCI. state flunk 2.84
I H caps potatoes diced No. 107-9.55 A. !..t.N NOTICE TO THH !HTATK: OF.. 'T.OR. $14 or'ojJ' ;'f.. of 5Wt1, 5 7 U 10 & W. Kina Ut .
Blend In toma. :>. 191-11:15: P. M. IDA ANT THK TAXPA Y K H f 1. niu-rrr. ('ol"II'r Hit %.1"01111> wi of Nli' _
1 cup celery diced 4'0l ..'I5. ..Ollln.%. I'M tll\- W ot
\: .v toes and chicken. PUOPKHTY: OWNERS ANT CITIZENS 1.14. nf N &4V',4A
.:.., No. 1 -11:40: P. M. (''':IlV.C" U .0 .
t cups chicken stockI OF THE CITY OF eiy!:_ of tlJo:% U 7 CecIl R. Moore 13.n
.s. Place chicken rJA1r1t
No. I NorthboundNo. A MUNICIPALITY i Wayne Cox Plaintiff, v*. Maud' 1 A on N .hl. of 1'I"1f. of
can kernel cornI mixture and In STAT Defendant. .. NW3' 51 anti 1 adjoin
spaghetti alternately COUNTY OF BUADFOnn. I>. Cox Case No. 147 J.ORDER \ atf
taU can evaporated milk 2-4:48: A. M. (ii.' FLORIDA. IVCLUDINO NON.RF.SIDF.ST4 OF PUBLICATION Inj' \ : 2$ as 1 U 1 Unkno..n *.soNW'
greased casserole. Cover with but
I K teaspoon paprika. No. 192-5:21: A. M. OWNINO I'KOPKHTY AND NOT1CR TO APPEAR .t NW'I n 7 U to P.opl. State Dank t.211 _
tered crumbs. Bake for 25 minutesin olt UtTBJECT T<> TAXATION STATE OF FIXJRIDA to: Maud All ZOO I EIS! uf N"% Es If
3% teaspoon gingeri a 373-degree oven. No. 32-1:15: P. M. (Petersburg.: TIIEIt. IS. AND OTHBIW HAVINO l). 'ox whose residence I* Hull A on H side 29 7 II 18 Peoples State Dank 3.114

i teaspoon salt Va. and beyond) OR CLAIMINO ANY III.lilT. TITI.K: Street Charleston Mouth Carolina Lots 6. a. 11 11 Stub .
Ever think of creaming; 'deviled OR INTEREST:, IN PROPERTY TO You are required. to appear on Div ot N'., of NE'cof /
,K teaspoon pepper eggs? They make a delicious main No. 44-2:30: P. M. (Peterburgr BW AFF .CTI' I' BY Tit,.: ISSir.ANCK June 7th. 1941. In the above named. NW\4.\ It 1 U I 011. Williams 3.645AinNlCorofNWY.

; I tablespoons chopped parsley Va. and beyond OF THH CKHTIFICATE8DESCRIUED i Court and cause, wherein plaintiff
dish on warmer nights: HKRKIN: : seeks divorce. Hmdford County ..r NW"L U 7 12 5 Knolt .1 Pitte I.14I1S

Cook salt pork in sauce pan over Creamed Deviled Eggs. No. 103-6:05: P. M. WHEREAS! the' City of Starke, Telegraph. shall publIsh this OrderIn 0' sE4 0' *HW" 2t 1 U 10 Oil., William.Luts '.84
; next four weekly. lue 7. s of IUk 11 In Hampton Development
Wannee Branch to In tha *
wheat' browned. Add Fla municipalitY
until lightly Bell.
(Serve 4)) Florida a Florida Witness my hand and official, Hampton JO 1 II Co. I.U
ilcken and on- 4 hard-cooked eggs No. 101 leave Starke 7:00: A. M County of Bradford. tate In the of above- eat at Htarke Florida. this May Lola 7, 5. 9, A"d IDlk
the petitioner
30 Blanton' 10 1 II S. L. Lamereau ut
n* and cook UnoiionLssoft- IH teaspoon vinegar No. 102 arrive Starke 1:45: P. !.t. entitled cause did on the lt andpresent day 4th.( 1D41.OFFICIAL. BEAD A. J. Thomas Lot. 1. ,2 a. t. 5 of DlkI

,, l 54 teaspoon dry mustard ef May ,to A. H I>;,o1.t'le! A. Z.with Adklnii A* Clerk of paid Court. Wrlorht'. Add 31)) 1 U Mailey WIUIa.m. 1.11

but not browned. M % teaspoon salt CHURCH DIRECTORY OF one of the Judges of the above Itt Frank tnilrum: Btrfrke. :Florida 5-Sd Lots of ii l\oUil :Pt 24:
for Plf. 5-7 4t
Add potatoes ceU H teaspoon pepper SERVICES named Court of 'a petition:'! :and: for the Park U.U 7 12 'a. 1f'sa 1.U

ry and chicken FIRST "4IrIs1'Rw' validation Water. of said. e.w City rRevenue iv niiri-iT roi'HT RHAn..OHI01 ) ...., 1 lit W ot NW\o&\ at 7 U 10 Norm Williams I..t
H teaspoon sugarIH Certificate
A. B. I.lo-ktfoot.' Paater Lot I ot W'lI of NWI4 II 1 Li SO Maiissis Himaislw'i a.ot
tock. Simmer until vegetables are tablespoons melted butter see N. WaiB.t street of Stark.. Florida.of fAO.OOOOO In the In acKresate Cer-- ((..:It NT1"1.011"1 V. IN CIIA.V- of 8W34 111 7 aI: to Unknown 1.00 _

ender. Add corn milk and season- 54 teaspoon Worcestershire sauce Church School tt5: A. M. tlflcntee.amount In the denomination of J. W. l'of.. flch.n. Plaintiff v*. 514! ot S"J'nt $Wi,4frtWt4 .I:
.0 t tNS'4
\ ot 33 1 III Unknown ....
: A. "
Heat rTn"lf yoTp.V1'00 tl.OOOOO each. dated July I..t. 1942 Elolse McMlchen Defendant. Case fli'J;
nil. thoroughly stirring occasionaUy. 1 cop white sauce B. of '\ >t N'toO

[ Season to taste with additional Cut eggs 1'r.';Jlwi3a ir.to halves. Evening. Worship 8.00: P. M with centum Interest per annunt at the payable rate. .of a..-nil-per. No. ORDER:ltS9 I ()P' PUBLICATION CL at 7 U IS .Ju. Yea l.tO

Wednesday Worship 8:00:: P. M. let and July ANI NOTICE TO APPKAIl Corn at NW COI' ot NI1J'1 _
salt and pepper if desired. Combine egg yolks with next seven annually on January ..f NE"4! & run H ahy.

Serve very hot with crackers hard Ingredients. Beat together until well FIRST MI'1T1lODlT lilt. of each coupons. year. the evidenced first Interest by. Interest !McMlchen STATE OF whose FLORIDA residence tol: la Elols Un .Is. fi 25H.o! yda N _. .. .. ..._I.I_.,.. ..Jes.lJ.i2A4ic.. : "

[rails or toast. Fill whites n... u. c. Pwwrll. Pantor beingpayable January 1st. 1 JI.ami known. 3U Yd" W "UlliJ yule. ,.4_ ..
blended and smooth. 12: N. Ckurrk' Street ; t.. teg A $R'4 ot N''i'1 r.. ". I
to -
of Bald Certificate You are required appear on
Make good use of crisp. cool vegeftables with yolk mixture place in baking Church School 10:00 A. M. *the matiirlna-principal.and being payable. June 7th., 1943 In the above named 1.xSAInNEC..r&:. _. I.lxSA I.

to go into a salad with the dish and cover with white sauce. Sunday Younir' p .",:I"hlfo :P. M.A.: M. on July lilt In *the years and Court seek and divorce.cause. tlradford wherein plaintiff County :. fly inSWCor&Mx 311 1 22 52 W. W. Po"kham tIS

Chicken Chowder to round out the Bake In a moderate (350-degree) EveningWorship. 8:00: P. M. : amount Numbers as
[meal: oven 15 minutes. Serve hot on biscuits W.dneedayor.blp 8:00 P. M. A man at* Year 'In next four weekly Issues. I f: $F.1/4 Wol NfWWJ1

Chefs Salad. or toasted English muffins. ".... M"ftK' I'lP''CO''L J 1 U 1.00000.0nll.' '01) 1941 11.44 seal Witness at Stark my hand Florida and, this official May sw/1! 3. 1 22W12AOtN'OfNW4 JO L. O. Johns 1.70

(Serve 6)) If desired. use % cup condensed H**. Fred Yvrkm. hector 3 1,000.00 1944 4th UU.HJ.'FU'IAI4. !
r.r SW',4\ Ha. 1 A. In
:MM N. Ck' .rrk Street 1947 ( REAL' A..J. Thomas
I head lettuce mushroom soup thinned with Vi cup Church School 10:00: A. M. 4 1.000.00 1944 Ax Clerk. of said Court.Wllllnm NW ('or 34 1 U 11 John P. Pr.vatt. 1.10
I tomatoes cot la flaarter.sprlnl' milk Instead of the white sauce. Sunday. Worship 11-00: A. M. 8.7 5 2.00000 1.0011,011 IIM'I D. Morgan, JacksonvIlle RW\o\ of NW\4\ ot RW'''' 34 1 U 10 f'"n II,".., I 25

<4< of a Sunday Evening. & 7:30: P. M. g.g 2.001)00) ') IftftO Fla. Atty. for Pit. 6-7 41 5-24 MI'' \4ot 'P ..ib4t 1111\4\ Sit : n 2'') RobS. JO' Stars 2.04
onions cut fine A dessert can take the place Friday Evening. 7:80: P. M. 1931 \ ,, 6 Unknown 1.71:

protein food for a meal and help Holy Day. 10.00: A. M. 12-19 10-11 2.0".tII 2.00000!' *1152 IV "Stilt IT -.OI'II'r tllFOIIH B'I' ot fir tlN'4 ot W HW'4 ot'/ty 5 II z" II' Unknown 1.01 _

you along In getting important bodybuilding PiflcT PflFSIIVTFR5Cft. H.U 2.000 tII! ISIS 4-01; %'''V. FLOIIIUAl IV ('IIA\- HW'4 Mx III 54V14 A In MW C"lIr 12 5 U 18 J. H. Lawrence, E..t. 2.U

Lynn Says: and maintaining material, ... C"' ... II. Allen. Pastor ft.lt 18.17 5.0000't 2.00000' 195 1964 Wllliam',; ;: Pallor' Plaintiff v*. Lot 1 W of and .dJoln.
344orth Ckerry' ... 19SS Jennie ":. Dallor Defendant. Case log Delaney Mt. The
like this: 20.21 I) 2.00000 ,
dessert 1!.
if it's a Church School 10.00 A. M 22-21 2.00000' 1951 No. 2464. Haven' NW' of NRI4 13 5 U T. Wat. I."
The Oatmeal Peach Pudding. 11-00 A. M. OF PUBLICATIONAND Lot 5 ot lill Cl. The
Score Card: Consumerscan Sunday Worship 2l.it 2.000 00! 10ft ORDER) 22 U.o. W. Davis
Senior Crusadea t.00 P. M. 'I96t! NOTICE TO APPEAR Haven NW'ot NI'I-4 13 I 1.11S
do a lot In stamping out the (Serves 6)) 26-27 2.00000 FJ HG tt ot $F'c.f: ;',
6 STATE!; OF FLORIDA' to Jennie'
n : I960 :
i iEvening 2000.00
24-29 .
Illegal sale of meat by making 2 cups canned peaches. fresh tVut\ 7:00: oOp.P..t.I. .* :10.11 2.00000 19 \ I.U
sure that all meat they buy comes rhubarb or apple "/'I'. FDWAHDrvrnouc 12-33 84-3 2.00004 2.00000' I1H2 lltll87 : 1'10y 1,,. CanundalKUa.are require.: !1 New lo appear York on W 15 tt .t Ii 215 ft lit

from a the 2 tablespoons lemon juice .... .. above NiJ! of NWl nf flE\4\ U 41 U II Unknown 1.08R'
carcass which carries R... 1 h J. Marpkr. 2.01111.1111 1 9'34' June 7th. 1943. In the named 20 Jessie I.
,, ot SF44 or *lj.:3 13. U Insraham 8.U
cinnamon Tempi Avtmmm. tl PU> Court and wherein plaintiff
necessary yt teaspoon 34.34 2.00001) cau..e.
stamps the permit Lots I. 2 of Linyt. Lot 1
Early Mann tOIl A M. 40-41 ft.OOOOO lUll' seeks divorce. Bradford County
number of the slaughterer and a 1 tablespoon butter Divine aervleeie 41-41 H.onono 19A7 Telegraph shall publish this OrderIn lutkeeide Sub Div U 5 U Unknown 13.t
Ilik fit UOyt. i.ot 1
grade stamp. 54 cup melted shortening Sunday Mane 9:00: A. M. 4K-44 6.000.0(1( 10HH next four weekly Issues. Lakeside 3 Slit Dlv 22. 22 .1. E. Smith 7.13
W..k Day Maaa 1:00 A. M. 49-61 9.OOO.OO) Iftflfl! Witness my hand and nfffrmalseal >
brown sugar [Ilk II ot ("vt. Lot 2L.ak.pui.i.
Ceiling prices In effect in H cop this
are ( at May41h
62-64 3.00000 1970 Htarke. .
Fred 1
many areas for meat. They are *4 cup sifted flour KINOM.Kr' : l.tKR ntPTIlTHe 55.57 8.00000 1971 1143.OFFICIAL. F.1 of NF:'t.tlU of Div 5tVV n : u 21)) J. A. Ibsylese Morrow IHN" :

posted by the butcher near meat 54 teaspoon salt *. II. M. '1'.1..... PastorS.rvlo.s S1-HO 2.00000 1372 A( Clerk. of SEAL said )Court.A. J. Thomas .'' nf NhI'. or NE4 2t 5 U II') Mr. .1..1. 1. In.raham ....
Every 8undayMun.lay said Certificate* being payable as
ot ot NW U 5 22 10 hue
N\2 HWh Speed 1.10
counters 54 teaspoon soda M. I nml Interest at Oerald R. Hart Fin.
and you can consult S..hool-IO to both principal Jaek.onvlIl"l Co at SW ('' NW'
them when buying your meat. H cup quick-cooking oatmeal Morning Worcblp-11 A. M.TAHKHSAf the office of the City Treasurer In Atty. for Plf. ___<.. 6-24 ;." run 660 rt"tt N 350ft
and of the City of fitarke! Florida
H 132: ft. for a
Changes have come about on 54 teaspoon vanilla FtdDMPTCI. GO'tPF.L and VOTM'K UP .tI>OPTIOVNotice i.eg thence run N ta i itt )

the bread situation. No more Arrange fruit in shallow greased : 'I.K WH p.rU'A'I.!' the eald Judce. on I is h..r..byv..n/ tht. on FJ 19* tt H 850 ttV
double dish. Sprinkle with lemon vVornhlp tiervlue. each Lord's Day, the let. day of !May 194] did 'Issue the Nth' day of i.unbi..A.o:>. 1043 at \ 198 tt to Pt bf beg
or triple wrapping is a! baking it A. U.RIhi an order airalnst the State of Florida 11:00 o'clock' a* *o..nthereafter I \2 A 25 I 22 2 Ernest lalcOauUey I.U
lowed for bread and rolls. No Juice and cinnamon and dot with School-1 P. M. requiring thrnua-h the state a* ran .be heard the S. ot HE\4\ ot tlW\4\ otNW4
more leftover Combine melted shorteningand Evangelistic 8ervl.P.. it!. Attorney for the Eighth Judicial undersigned Intend to apply to \ 2G 6 U I Isaac. Mitchell 1.11
bread or roll canoe butter. Tuesday. -Bible Htudy t P. U. In Circuit of the !State of Florida to Honorable A. /. Adklns, Judire of 614 A of < 1.3 of
returned to the baker nor can brown sugar. Sift flour salt M appear and phow. cause. liefure paid this Circuit Court of the rflvhthludlclnl WN :;' of $w1 f. 25 8 U 6 John Davis US .
there be soda together and mix the oat- Wednesday'Children': Bible Lesson (mon at 2-00: P. M. O'clock on June circuit of Florida In and
any fancy racks for dla- and mixture. and Choral Work-4 P. M. 7th. A. D. 1941. at the County Courtfouim for' Bradford County, at his office IflAv' RtaCIi 33.36 8 22'' .
Playing bread. meal. Blend In sugar Thursday-Victory Prayer Uroup Starke. riradford County In Starke. Florida. or wherever he .
Retail bakers limited to 15 crumbling well then add vanilla. -3 P U.FrltayEVaflgetiatiO. I. : anw said Water. and : rR..nu. nay then be, for an order author- Lot I W. 92. Itlyltre 1t.18
are and bake for 43 M..tln.-8 Certificate' and the proceeding xlnif the undersigned t o adopt L.nt 3 n. I). Snyder It.II"
varieties fruit
of bread and nine va"eties Spread over P. M. authorizing the a ame Judle Hlerns a minor. Lot II )'. 1-:. ('Iaytotl 12.15
of rolls in on. week. Many minutes In a 330-degree oven. should not be valldateil and confirmed Bnrke I. Kllino-ton. Lot 7 V. L. Phifer 13.76
of these sauce or CIUHCH or ("HRI"' ''' and. by ald. order the said Freddie Elllnston. Lot S C. A. 'c&lIl1an n.76
with pudding
measures are designed to Serve warm One BI..... Meet nf talon D.. Court did direct the Clerk of .aidl 1-7 4t S-1S T..t I. I'nkn.n 251t!

Keep bread price down. top milk. station :, Lot 19 H. H Thacker 8.83 j
Although 0,..... B. tonler KvanajelUt. Lot 20 NU of Lot 21 W. K. Moot 10.01 "
outwardly bread having diffieultift planning Bible Study 10 c :OO 1tOr'A. (Continued from page 6)) HVj\ of Lot 21 A Lot 21 1:]. B. Wl.*leworth 10.01 ) \
wmmlngs have been stripped Art you / Stretching/ Morning; Worship ; M. Lot 24 to 3S Incls. Ex. .
e insides All mtalt fAJitA poults? your Evening Worship 7:30 P. M A....! e fTaiee Lot 17 I'nknown 8810 I f .. .
are better. white De.lpiio.
b>read meats? Lynn Chambers tan ,."!, ro. Bible Htudy Wedneaday 8:00 P. M.COHMOSIITT .( ...... *'*.... '1'.... Rs... ...r. Owner 4k CoatS Lot 3* O. J. Bryant 8.81 : _
5 must now be enriched write M'. ._w...., ajtampsd Lot I, .-. J. F. Keddlck Jr. '.8:I .
Each l loaf of white bread must lsdj, il yOU.I/.dJr..d ..n&.lo" Jar : OO JPKfc: MISSION II! ; of ftE'4 of NRt6'p7 Lot 41, 45 Unknown 13.1*
I P..t.r.aI CKIa.I. Lot 47 T. D. Whldden lI.n
contain ot Rd 13 NKV of
not less than three parts yoUI' .ply.-in tart 0It.*, at Wcsters .. Lake 14 Mil. W .f B q:.,. 81':1,. E of Rd 13 Ex Lot 41, 49. 69, 51. 81. 83 Unknown sees :,.

nor more than four parts of milk N.wspapr Union. ZIO Sough! D.. JSvanirellatle. Services every Bun- about 12 A across a C,. A. KNIOHT .
'oUd, to IUuaou. day nl.ht 7-30.: end A Ex colored J .
100 Chicai' I
parts of flour. .pltuuis a.I..cI Street.by Wnwra N.w.p..r 1111III. .1. A. Brooks. Spon.or. Church In NW Cor 11 S S> It A. F A. C. Co. 41" Tax Culleotor Bradford: County. I, j

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54 GRADUATES A. A. Griffis Dies Buys Lake Acreage Some Of the
Book 3 Livery Stable Days RED CROSS land. property< II I!..
Ration ""
; 4,( Are RecalledFrom At Bay Pines Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Hayes recently It is thought that I
+ APPEALA (Continued from page one) bought a 25-acre: tract of Alvarez lir' let
stables to stores! From Arthur A Grlffls, of Lawtey, land at Keystone Heights, and will repair the *

Coming Up SoI on saddles to shoes and silk stock tk.rnlmna Hd t.!."hr.>.. Work r... mud In Clarke abo.t". Garden" and the processional and :52-year-old ret Ired pharmacist, sold a 95-acre farm at New River, dance there on the property, and""I
later is
ings! This is a short, short story : 1'rcpurrU kr Otmtt!" M..b. recessional were played by the died Monday, May 24, at the Vet At Keystone Heights they purr the former on. :Mr Ah'al'f1
of the evolution of a livery stable, I band. Mrs. L. A. Canova was chased 23: acre of beautiful lake I owner of the "
{ Local consumers are beginning which was built about 1890 by Mrs. Lea Goodman of Eastern accompanist for the vocal selections eran's Hospital at Bay Pines near property with 450 feet fronting Alvarez Service Stauollln,

.. wi { to receive through the mall applications J. G. Alvarez on the corner of Area Headquarters visited the at both exercises. St. Petersburg, after a long Illness on Paradise Lake, from Mr. and

;.,,5 for Ration Book No. 3 Call and Thompson streets, where Bradford County Chapter of the List of Graduate He was well and favorably Mrs. A. G.' Ludwig of Gaines- Good School Record

which must be tilled out and returned the stores of Fred F. Stump and Members of the 1943 graduatingclass known in Starke and throughout ville. This transaction! was con-
and June American Red Cross this week. Little 'Martha
', 1 between June 1 stand. are as follows: awhile but Henry
I Nat Sternberg now been sumated quite ago, ;IO.JIt
10. The gigantic task of mailing Back In the olden days when :Mrs. Goodman called upon N. James G. Orlffla. David Wilson Bradford County, Canova having Phar the deed' was not 'recorded until old daughter of Mr and

', these. throughout the state Is being the town had no sidewalks or Sternberg to thank him for the Green, George( 'B> Flynn Jr., Lea- pharmacist several at the May 15. H. Henry, has just conp,2, ,
Inmates for
't. years.
volunteer macy
conducted by paved streets-In fact, when there I splendid work done in the War ton Morgan, Ernest Davis, De- On May 13 they sold to Mr. and fourth year In the iocaiT,\.
::1' r.. at the State Prison Farmas was very little town at all-the all Witt Crawford, Marion Crews He Is survived by his mother, Mrs. Leon B. Alvarez 95 acre at tary school without It.
1 their contribution to the war men who did such things wouldgo Fund Drive and also left us George Carter Powell Kenneth Mrs. Mamie Griff; a brother, New River. Three-quarters of an l shtgl., day during the mlaq{

r' effort. to the old tin saloon where with the feeling that ,Bradford Walter Martin, Od-sll Jones, Alphooao Griff; and two sisters acre of the property Is located lodl And, according to 4'yelf hertyy

? Consumers are urged not to return Carpenter's Drug Store now County has a lot to be proud of. George Samuel Kenls, Charles -Mrs. Jessie Wooten and Mrs. across) the river In Union County, she has not been tardy

--, 1 .. their applications: until they stands. get "tanked up," and then Classes In Staff Assistants and Ferrell Boyer, Jr., Harold Alvarez, Pearl Heln. all of Lawtey. He while the remainder of the 95 i four or five times man

r i'' are certain that they are filled go across the street to the livery the work of the Production Room Richard H, Woodward, Walden was a member of the Lawtey acres Is at this end of long :four years. She has tlmepb

out correctly. There Is no needto stable to do their "cussing and have shown marked improvement Bevan Wadsworth, Charles Cralgh- Methodist Church and was a vet- bridge, Mr. Hayes said. About fourth grade. and will .

P rush, an the deadline Is not fighting." "And they ran horse lately and with the war being ton Parker James W. Patray, Jr:, : eran of World War I, having served 32 acres are under cultivation and fifth at the beginning Of entrt,

: until June 10, and no blanks races up and down Call Street," brought closer home to us every- Joseph William Andrews, III, William overseas as a sergeant at C 20 acres more are cleared, while school term. ft.It
mailed before June 1. with of our Bradford Base Hospital, 59th Medical Detachment
should! be William Agin reminisced. day, many Edwin Baker, James Ary i
Those who make out their application boys now at the fighting it ...... -'" ...... .. -- r n'_'_ -... ., eo-.
While memories are a little County Brooks, Jr.. James Plckren, Comer -
: ; v e blanks Incorrectly will 3 "hazy" as to facts and figures fronts, we find that the ladies of Peek Perryman, Shirley Rae I Funeral services were held at EVERY BRANCH OF

"' not be able to obtain their No. back In the "gay nineties," those Bradford County are proud and Colley, Lucille MavU Crosby, Car- the De Witt C. Jones Chapel In

} ration book until after the gen who ventured an opinion thought glad to be offered an opportunityto olyn Green, Lois Marie Newsome, Starke Thursday afternoon at two I

.1 eral distribution t s completed, that the various persons who own- contribute their part to winning Annie Odessa M c Rae, Martha I o'clock with the Rev. H. H. Haz-
1 about the middle of July. For ed the livery stable, from the be- the fight. This can so easilybe Evelyn Markey, Fiances Carolyn zard, pastor of the Lawtey Methodist Yn

aft I this reason It Is highly Importantthat In- ginning about 1890 until the done through your Red Cross Noegel, Gladys Mae Loper, Patricia : Church, officiating. Inter $ UranCe

the consumer read the Stump and Sternberg stores were Chapter Call 35 and volunteer Ruth Keenr Thelma Lucille ment was in the Crosby Lake

; structions on the a p p 1 IcatlonIt. opened there In 1912, were J. W. your services to the AmericanRed Johnson, Gloria A 11 e e Buford, Cemeter)'.

t thoroughly.Up Cross. Alma Hlnson, Virginia Anderson
Andrews, Sr.. J. G. Alvarez and
until this time no ariange- H. L. Brownlee.Of The Bradford County Chapterwill Boivln, Luella :June Bloss Nina I New Management

,; 'n ments have been made for assistance course, everybody knows soon start recruiting trained Rlchaide Bishop Marjorie J. Grl- l I I H. C. WALL
those who might have the armed services. T. J. McCann, former
., to what a livery stable Is-or was. nurses for der, Doris Marie Crosby, Clarice manager
trouble filling out the blank. So Through Red Cross thousands of Annette T h o-m aI Eva Faye I of the Camp Diner on East Call
r But, for the of the '
k.' those who are In doubt will have generation benefit and those who nurses volunteer their services Gainey, Edna Louise Edwards, Street, recently returned to his AgencyConstant
to depend on a friend to help had the misfortune to be broughtup every year. Both the Army and Marguerite Victoria Gilpin, Alice home In Daytona Beach, and F. C.
them out. Navy have asked Red Cross to June Harding, Onle Mae Starling, Floras and his wife are now In
In the heart of a great city,
The following Instructions have a livery stable was a place where act In this capacity. If you are Zannle Wilma Stanley, Margie charge The Floras' have beenn Service Over 50 Years

I' Been issued by the JacksonvilleOPA horses and buggies were rented, Interested in enlisting phone 35, Lee Patel, WHIa Mae demons, i Starke for about a year Mr.
Ida Lulu Davis Mae Floras helped Mrs. Myrtle Buck-
office: just like an automobile "U-Drlve- Chapter Headquarters.There Essie Eunice,
Print plainly the full name and It" or "Drive-It-Yourself" In this will be a Red Cross con- Mary Helen Rivers, Easley Shu- holtz open Mickey's' cafeteria, and Please Phone 146

full address of the head of the modem age. Also, like cars in a ference for Chairmen of all Vol- ford, Grace Natheen Wagner, Sara later operated the Blandlng Center -

household, or the person to whom storage garage, horses were some- unteer Special Services In Orlando, Elizabeth\ Barefoot, Barbara Ann bar for five months; after JoeHughes ,

the ration book Is to be mailed times kept overnight, or fed and June 22-26th. The program will Cameron, Martha Jewell Powell. left. Since that time,,

r in the center of the form. taken care of until the owner.called be so arranged that each chair- prior to going to the Camp Diner,,

Print the name of the head of for them. man will have an opportunity to New Fish Market Mr. Floras was with Willard

the family, last name first with The livery stable on the cor- discuss the particular phase of her Campbell In the Blanding Center

Ti the mailing address and the city ner of Call and Thompson streets work with able representatives Contractor R. H. Millie expectsto cafe.The

and county and State in the next was a "swell place." It had two from Washington, D. C., and Eastern complete within a few days a Camp Diner Is owned by

pace below that. largo double doors for the horses Area Headquarters. All Brad- new concrete building on Road 48 W, Slrkln, a Daytona Beach furniture SailBut

Print the name and date of and buggies to "drive In" and ford County Chairmen are urgedto near Its Intersection with Walnut man.

birth of all persona related by "drive out," or "enter" and "exit"both attend. If you are interested Street, which will be used as a

blood, marriage or adoption, and on Call Street. Between the phone 35 and discuss plans with fish market. a Tpm- Burrell' pro- Buys Out Partner
of the' Fish Mar
prietor Magnolia,
two double doors was the office Mrs. Burns.
actually, living In one household,
ket on East Bali Street, will Riidd.
open w. T.
who came from
In the space provided. The name and a comfortable open fire-place. Once more you are urged to go
According to J. M. Alvarez his up a new market there early In St. Petersburg to Starke last Oc- N
of the head of the household must to your production rooms every .
June and will handle all
kinds of
also be listed In this column uncle J. G. Alvarez sold the build Thursday from 2 P. M. until 5 tober as manager of the Wonder
along with the other members of ing to Perry Dover, who remodeled P. M. RED CROSS NEEDS, YOU. fresh fish as well as chicken. He Gift Shop on Thompson St., has

the family. Otherwise, he will L it, building a partition will continue to operate his mar- bought out the interest of C. C. if your dealer says:
I ket Call
through the center and on Street. Edwards of Oakdale, Pa., and now
not be l issued a book. making New Slant Given
two stores out of it. Early In owns the business entirely. The "Sorry,

who The are name entitled of all family to ration members books 1912 Fred 'F. Stump opened a On Burglary Army Store ClosedLouis transaction stated. Involved $1,000, It was \\t ) I'm temporarily out of JAX"Please

? should be Hated here. store In the east side of the build- ,r .
a ing, and later in the same W. T. Rudd, of the Wonder Gift Shafkln recently closed '
Every application blank must year Louie's Army Store on Temple (, be patient because. ,
has and '
Nat Sternberg opened his store Intll'8 Shop, an Interesting enlightening Wm. T. ThorntonWilliam
be signed on the bottom by the Avenue because of lack of r
competent -
west side. So story to tell about the .
4 person to whom the ration book stables and saddles, Starke Instead now of burglaries which occurred Wed help, the difficulty !in obtaining T. Thornton, 71, died We are trying to supply

Is ized to be mailed, or by his author has on that corner shirts, shoes nesday night of last week when merchandise, and In order at hilt home In Lawtey Tuesday Not only all of our regular

agent. and stockings, silks and satin. the Bradford Hardware Store and that he might concentrate on one morning after a prolonged illness.A / ,
,n Place_ a. 3-cent stamp on the the Three Friends Barber Shop large store-the Camp Blending native of Nassau County, he
front of the card In the apace were robbed. Military and Jewelry Store on the had lived In Lawtey for the past Long-established customers
provided. Rites Saturday corner of Call and Thompson 12
1 Mr. and Mrs. Rudd live in the years But also the demandsOf
Check and I urgent
double check the streets.
whole procedure for For Mrs. Geo. HazenMrs. back part of their store. Mr. He is survived by three daughters I

accuracy. Rudd was sitting on the side of : Mrs. Susie Prevatt and Mrs military establishments
Drop the
) ,.' without card In the mall box, George W. Hazen, 63, of the bed, ready to turn In at 12.30: Grace Methodist Lizzie Prevatt, Lawtey and Mrs. ,I

and June folding, between June 1 Brooker, died suddenly at S A. M. A. M. when he heard the man Mary Addison of Hawthorne, and As required by
It already Is ad. 21 Sunday May 30: Sunday School
Friday, May at the Alachua 20
cut the chicken wire fence be grandchildren.
? dressed to the OPA mailing cen- 10 A. M. Morning Worship 11
County Hospital Gainesville. She Government
tween his and :Mrs. Durden'shome. priorities.
R ter. Do not fold. had been In failing health for two A. M. The pastor ,will use as his Funeral services were held
All applications will be delivered or three He rose and stood just subject "Workers With God." Wednesday afternoon at 4 P. M.
by June 1. If years. back of the doorway, and saw a Youth from the graveside In Lawtey
a person has Fellowship meeting 7 P. M. effleffldu
_ Mrs. Hazen was born and spent white man dressed !in soldier's Tic
not Cemetery with the
received an application form, Evening Worship 8. o'clock, at Rev. Luke officiating t t
all of her life at Brooker. She uniform approach his back doorand .
one be which time
may obtained at his local an investiture cere
was a member of the Primitive lift a huge knife w l ith
postoff Ice. mony will be held for the Lawtey Pallbearers were: Frances Pre When JAX is not
Baptist Church, was a sincere which he started the
to cut screendoor.
Each family must tear off the Scout Troop. The Annual Con- vatt, Rowel Prevatt, Rufus Pre-
Christian and
had been active
an .
War Ration Book No. 3 Identification ''worker In the church ference of the Methodist Church vatt, Truman Prevatt, Jim Bax- Immediately available, t
for ;
stub, which Is at the top 'I' many Just In the nick of time Mr. will be held at Southern College ley, and WUbert Bell.

j of the application and Is labeled years. Rudd called out, "Yes, sir, cane I In Lakeland on June 9 A good Arrangements were under the Your dealer will probably '

r,. "stub," and keep It until the In addition to her husband, sh help you?" and slammed the door program Is being prepared and direction of the Key McCabe

Dew ration books arrive. Be sure Is survived by one daughter, Mrs. In his face. Mr. Rudd's first Bishop Moore will preside. Funeral Home, Jacksonville. Have it the next <
it Is kept In a safe place. A. E. McKinney, of Starke; fivesons thought was that the man had runaway

sP, There Is room for twelve names -H. S. Hazen, of Center Hill; ; but later developments led Time you ask.

on the blank. If there are mOre L.. O. Hazen, R. 1 K. Hazen and E. him to believe that the large CLASSIFWANTED ADS

than twelve related people living J. Hazen, all of ,Brooker; and knife was not only to cut wire So keep on saying "Make mineJAX"And

{ In one household! two application Ivan H. Hazen, with the CoastGuard with, but also to stop anybodythat
( at Tampa; two sisters- tried to Interfere WANTED-Frying size chickens, continue to the
blanks must be filled out. Per- with him Listings on apartment, houses or hens and turkeys. We enjoy superb
sons who cannot Mrs. J. D. Hazen, of Sarasota, It seems that he didn't run awayat pay
register for War homes fur rent located within 20 market price. If
t Ration Book Number 3 Include and Mrs. Lucy Lucky of Fort all, but waited around awhile tulle of Starke bring them, we come you can't Mellow flavor of this golden

persons In the armed forces and Myers; three brot h e r -Wiley to pounce on him if he went out 119 East Call Street Write or phone Jim get them. Drink
Inmates of Institutions Lewis and Tom Lewis, of Miami, doors, and later went on to the Forest, of Friendship.
of Involun- W. T. CLUTE. Realtor phone 90, Guidon Grill
{ tary confinement. Persons and C 1 y a 11 e Lewis, of Coral back door of the barber shop 20 Starke.
from Gables; 12 grandchildren and a feet distant, and to the hardware STARKE BUSINESS MAN wants 5-7 4t
away home for
period of 00 days or less), suchas host of friends. store a few feet further on. home-cooked mldday'meal In WANTED TO RENT -Young eI tedei, 7o II ,

students, travelers, hospital parr Funeral service were Held at "I've got me a shot gun now, private family. Willing to pay couple, no children, who will
tients, etc., must be Included In 3 P. M. at the New and if he comes back he will sure the price. Box 431-C. Care of be In Starke for about a year, That can't better !beer

the family application. If additional Hope Church, with the Rev. W. meet his Maker" Mr. Rudd said.He Bradford County Telegraph. It desire to rent a furnished house you get

applications are needed you M. Moody, assisted by Rev. Mr. was the one who went for the FOR SALE at a bargain pair I or apartment as soon as pos- ,1 Than JAX no matter

can get them at your postofflce. Burke, officiating. Interment was police that night, and W. E. Dayton self-computing scales 1 sible. Mrs. Harry Voth, Starke
Boarders In the New Hope Cemetery The Thornton and Fred ; Hotel.
living with familiesto Sap responded electric meat box; 1 Iron safe; lip What you !
whom they are not related Wilson Funeral Home of Lake and got several M. P.' 1 roller-top'desk. Mrs. D. W. pay
make out a separate application. City had charge of arrangements to assist In the search for thC Moore. 2tp WANTED TO RENT-Permanent

It two or more related families Active pallbearers were: E. thief. Police Chief A. L. Alvarez Starke business man desires to

live at one address but maintain Lone J. W. Plnholster, T. D. stated yesterday that they were LOST-Little brown cloth coin rent an unfurnUhed house or TO OUR DEALERS

separate households a separate Dyal. I. B. Harrison Carl Johns working on definite clues and purse containing $3 or 7 120 apartment with at least four :

registration blank should be filled and M. O. Harrell. Honorary pallbearers that results of the Investigationwould bills. For reward. see Mrs. V. rooms on or before July 1.- 'We are making every effort! to keep
out for each household. were: Wade Harrell, J. K. likely be known soon. O. Coffee, Route 2, Box 225, Berry Johns, Care Light Plant.
Travelers with no permanent address Douglas, A. J. Thomas A. O. Starke. 2tp you supplied and will continue to

fill out an application blank Andreu, Tim Thomas, A. B. Sur- Scott Swindell I I I do so. But we know: that you understand

giving a general delivery address rency. LOST Small Jersey heifer FOR SALE40gal. General Electric that the requirements of military
for some city within the state. The many flowers testified to Died Tuesday smooth crop one ear, swallow hot water heater, two units establishments
i. Books applied for In one state the high esteem In which Mr s' fork in other. Win. F. Cone, Brand new. S. E. Kennedy! must also be

cannot be maUed to another. Hazen was held in the com Scott Swindell 61, died Tues Route 2,- Box 245-B, Starke. Keystone Heights, Fla. itp Sometimes there just isn't enough
day night at Ms home in Ther-
People who plan to move and munity In which she was born b-28 2tp 6-4 JAX to supply However, we
want to apply for and reared.Accepts. elaa, after a long illness. A native 16 HEAD, OF CATTLE strayed everybody.
new Ration
Books put their new address on of Clay County, he had resided FOR SALE -28-foot 2sectlonawning from my pasture. Host of the pledge that your needs are receiving our
at Theressa for the past 43 oak desk and swivel cows had constant and
the application blank unless they 'War Job paper tags In ears most earnest attention.
are moving outside their state. If years. He was a member cf the chair, vanity dresser, metal There were 3 head of fat steers,

they are moving out of the state Mr. and Mrs. N. H. Thomas left Hope Baptist Church.He dress racks, wooden coat hangers weight from 600 to 800 Ibs. if
last for Is survived by his widow, wooden seen,
or are not sure of their address Friday Seminary Hill pattern case large please notify me and will
they must make application later. Texas, whel'e Mr. Thomas has accepted ; Mrs. Dodhie Swindell; four daughters mirror and other articles. Call pay for your trouble.-J. D
a mechanic's job at a Mrs. Gertrude Costens of 920 East University Avenue, Odom Jr BUY WAR
bomber plant. They have beenIn Green Cove Springs; Mrs Eula Gainesville phona 1518W.IF BONDS

Cigarette TaxIn Starke for the last 18 months. Mae Jordan Lake Geneva; Mr FOR RENT-2 trailer space Just'

Mr. Thomas being an employe of Clara Adkins. Jacksonville; Mrs. YOU WOULD BUY OR SELL, across Thompson Street from
an effort to replace the the Bradford Hardware Co., and Minnie Rhoden. Starke; five sons milk cows stock cows, beet cat the City Hall. C. G. Prle
loss t.
of $3.500.000' .In Mrs.\ Thomas being a nurse for -Sam Swindell, Theressa; W. S. tle, stock bulls or hogs, get I
race track tax revenue, the State touch J. D.. ltpn
with Odom
Swindell Palatka ,
Legislature\ Dr. L. H. Jennings part of thetime ; Jimmy 9wfna
this week passed a and later holding down dell U. S. Army. Waco, Texas; Box 247 Starts; Box 204 Lake FOR SALE-l gM: gnu, 8talnles7 i

'three-cent tax on cigarettes. It nurse's position at the Keystone K. B. Swindell and Walter Swin City; Telephone 481 Lake City. steel steam table, marble top t::
effective July 1. Heights Air Base. dell, both of Avon Park; two sisters Auction market every Tuesday, counter vltrollte top tables and ,
Cigars and pipe tobacco are ex -Mrs. Lula Equrette, Jacksonville Lake City, 8.30: ; every Thurs chairs, cold table, 10 leatherette

empt. Knight Buys Lots and Mrs. Emma Davis, day Palatka, 2PM. 1-6-44 stools and 1 G. E. 16-1n. elec- i
Palatka. trio fan. Apply A. H. Hall r
north ot
Col. D. E. Knight recently purchased Funeral services were held in 24-inch cattle gap, turn In'
copper framing
The Starke Taxpayers' Association seven more lots-a half the Hope Baptist Church Sundayat square. Finder please leave at highway 13. Itp

will hold Its regular monthly block-from Judge E. K. Ferryman 3 P. M., and interment was in Telegraph. T. H. Mathe. Itp LOST-Red Parker fountain perT

meeting at the office of W. T, adjacent to Knight's negro the Hope cemetery, under the direction black tipped. Return to : f'
Clute, realtor, Monday night, :May quarters near Road 48 in northeast of the Key-Mc-Cabe Funeral MILK COWS for sale.-V. R. ford County Telegraph. Bra.. '0S{"

31, at 8:30: o'clock. Starke. Home Jacksonville Ferguson, Lawtey, Fla. Itp j Reward. ; """ ''''''--. ;;' ,f'',',',,,,,x,," :E,,':,,IV', ......;.
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