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: June 11, 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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Trading andRecreation Home of the

[, : Center BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH Sweetest Strawberries

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|or Camp This Side of Heaven

Official County Publication Established In 1877



Board Board To Sit Few Women Green Corn Brings Duke Warns More Women Murder Case

lion As EqualizersThe 27c Per Dozen Sent To OcalaTwo


County Tax Assessor E. "Even the of farmers' admit that more women were sent

irganized; W. Hayes, will sit with the Boardof Take AdvantageOf corn would have brought only 15 LandlordsOf from Bradford. County to the Goes To JuryThursday 1

County Commissioners as a cents per dozen If the Army had State Board of Health's Quarantine

BDard: of Equalizers of Taxes In not bought It from them", L, M. Camp near Ocala Tuesday, .

lith Resigns the office of the Clerk of the CanningBecause White Acting Manager of the Rent CheckRent making a total of seven white women 'j

Circuit Court at Starke at 10 A. State Farmers' Market stated sent from this county In recent -

M. Monday July 5, "for the pur I yesterday morning. As it was, weeks. None of these were

complete reorganization off pose of hearing complaints and the State Board of Education they received about 27 cents a Director William L. Duke natives of Bradford County, how- I The trial In Circuit Court of ,

f Bradford County ,Rationing receiving testimony as to the favors a 9-months term dozen. At least 75 per cent of announced today that a check on ever. The two Tuesday were Ernest Daugherty for the mur- '

ird was announced yeeterday value of any property, real or for the Home Economics Depart the roasting ears would have har- rental property in the Galnesvllle- from New Jersey, Police Chief A. der of Dan Moore, prominent

TIM Jr E. Wilson, county admlnl-: personal, as*fixed by the Assessor ment In all schools, and because dened", he continued. "Of L. Alvares said. farmer and merchant of Theres-

tor in an attempt to "divide on his assessment roll for Miss Daphne Norman, head of course, It would not have been Starke Area was started June 7. County City and Military authorities sa. on Saturday night, November j

:,e'work" so that It would the year 1943. and for the pur this Department In B. H. S. wasted. They could still have fed "It must be determined" said are In complete agreementIn I 21, 1942 drew large crowds of

k j for more efficient operation pose of perfecting, reviewing and wants more time to check 'up on 'I It to the hogs". Mr., White said Mr. Duke "whether each land- the matter, and are backing Interested and curious! people

[the local rationing et-up. equalizing such assessment" They the work of her students she Is he Is still getting order; but that lord has registered his property' Doctor Abrams and the County from all over Bradford County

$ p Smith; who has carried may continue In session from spending most of her time the corn crop In Bradford County and has on hand his copy of the Health Unit to the limit In disposing as of It this continued week through four day

burden of the rationing proEm day to day for one week or as through June at the school build 1 18 85 per cent gong He baa already of looae. Infected women. starting Monday.
statement for Late
registration examInation -
Thursday the
almost slnglehanded since long as may be necessary. ing. sold '48,000 dozen ear to night jury

originally set up here, an- I She had planned that each Tuesday the Army he said. by the tenant. after having deliberated several

inced was yesterday that he was no I and Saturday through the There Is a good demand for "Also" Mr. Duke continued AWS Needs You; second hours brought In a verdict of

| connected with the boardHnv Ice ShortageFelt I month she would have "open squash, though the 'crop Is about "in the case of housing accommodations The degree murder.

capacity. "I tried to re- house" from 9 AM. until 2 P.M., over. The price would be $2 per the landlord must show early difficulty !In picking j

1 ago." he said, "and I I giving the women of the Countyan crate If he could get the squash. the inspector tbat the present' Do Your Part jury members Indicated tenseness
a year of the
i situation
Out of a
attention HereThose opportunity to use practically Cucumbers are bringing from occupant of his premises has
wouldn't pay any list I
of 75
fit.y But this time they Just had without cost the pressure cookers $2,:50( to $4 OO per hamper. Thereis signed both the back of the red Into, 2 Jurors had been Inducted
I let me off-at least until my and other facilities there for the a good supply of field peas of copy of the registration state- This Is a direct appeal to ev- be reached. Several Army and could knot t

Lith better and the weath- who feared, several purposes of canning fruits and excellent quality, but the demandIs ment and the change of tenancy I were excused j
gets years ery man, woman boy and girl In for various reason, and
little cooler." ago, that electric refrigeratorswould vegetables. This plan was advertised slow. form. If the premises are registered tall
a but two three
gets Starke. or of the
the under the hotel and room- or near "
meeting held In put the 'real" Ice manu- through Telegraphand had been
At a special otherwise. Ing house regulations, then each The number of vacant shifts at exhausted before a J
t armory Tuesday afternoon, H. facturers out of business were be the local Aircraft Ser- jury was finally .elected. As an ''I
their Nobody took advantage of the War PrisonersAt room offered must posted to Warning
Fairbanks local manager for wasting sympathy. Little example, the first three called I
offer either on Tuesday the 1st show the rental for each term vice observation post la becoming
& Co. did they think that In the sum- were excused
Florida Power Light the first because
i of and number of serious.
the mer of 1943 Ice factories In this or 8th of June and only a few occupancy oc- of
jcepted the chairmanship of personal friendship to the defendant
were there Saturday the 5th. All cupant From Sunday through Wednesday l
area would be at full
rd which is an all-work no- going capacity BlandingAn and the other two because -
In an effort to divide and still be forced to ration who came were from the outly "All violators of the regulations of this week (90 hours) only they did not believe In I""

y: Job. their customers or let them ing districts-no one was from i will be brought before our 25 hours were kept by observer cap. 'It I
that 'no one punishment for
work ao per- cause.
i the go without entirely. Starke. Miss Norman was frankly unannounced number of legal department," he said. This means that all plane flying Circuit any r r'
would have to carry the en- Judge John A. H. Mur- .
disappointed that more people "There will be no exceptions. during those unwatched 71 hours
ta German war prisoners are now
e load, the following "panels" The "Ice nine" showed up In phree of Gainesville, presided \
|ere organized with each m mr Starke last week when many cold had not taken advantage of the interned at Camp Blanding. This were not reported. over the session. State Attorney !

accepting his appointment and drink retailers and housewives otter Information wasj Contained In a Vocation School New observers are needed. T. E. Duncan of Gainesville and :

..raising to serve when calledon could not buy enough to supply I "After all, pressure cookers are War Department release this Now In Those who have neglected their Assistant State Attorney Joe Hill ,,
hard to get", she said. "A person week which disclosed that 36.- ProgressThe shifts are asked to return to'
: their needs.' W, L. Wall owner of William of Lake Butler had ..1
has to go before the Rationing 688 Axis prisoners Germans them. Any who can putIn
Starke person
the Ice In their
I PANEL Vernon How- Factory stated anual Dally Vacation Bible sworn as assistant Fuller ,
PRICE : Board to get one, and even then 14,516 Italians and 62 Japanese more time Is asked to do ao.
that his plant was manufacturing School Is In the Warren Jacksonville atorney. -
chairman; Mrs. O. L. Beas- he not be able progress at Bap-
Id may to get It. The are held In 21 Men especially. are needed for
as much as ever, but that he was tist Church this week, opening The firm of Knight and
>, Mrs E. L. Biggs. food In the County should be preserved" camps in 17 states from' the At- the hours between midnight and
unable to buy Ice from'outside Monday morning with 42 in attendance Knight, of Starke. and Zach H. ;
|GAS AND TIRE PANEL: H. she continued. "I only lantic 'to the Pacific coasts. 6 A. M.Boya .
he had done Douglas. of Gainesville at-
sources as In past "below the average for are
V. S. St. hope they are It at home." p'
Fairbanks chairman saving The have combined
camps a and girls housewives and
seasons to supply the heavy sum- the past three years", the Rev. A. torneys for the defendant.
bhn W T, Clute and V. H. In the meantime she U not ;
capacity of 6 ,OOO It
mer demand. The early heat wave men, was E. Ltghtfot pastor and principalof Army wives can be of service All witnesses were for the
toward. wasting her time. With the aid
and the greatly Increased population stated. the school, stated this week. during many open daytime hours. State except two the two brothers j l

{FOOD PANEL: W. M. Edwards In this section of the state of Miss Martha Grlffls, former Camp Blanding was listed as Mrs. J. W Biownlee Is in Persons interested In giving at Ernest Daugherty the defendant ,

airman; Mrs. L. D. Vining, was given as the cause of the employe In the WPA Nursery among the camps housing the I least two hours of real wartime and Clinton Daughery I
charge of the Beginners Mr. T.
School she has canned 40 ;
Irs. Bertha Pearce.AUTOMOBILE scarcity.The quartsof German prisoners! I service each week are asked to who was a court witness ,\ :j
B. has the Primaries
string beans, 16 quarts of Harding ; aee'' Grace Wainwright chief observer ,
J Witnesses Cleveland \ j
AND FUELIL were Neal
demand started early this Mrs E. L. Biggs the Junior
butter beans and 16 of group !
| PANEL: W. B. Mundy, quarts Sabine Sells at Leila's, or give their of Theressa; Mrs Dan Moore of v
year, and even In May Mr. Wall peas, for the school cafeteria. 'I and Mr. George Anderson has f
aIrman names to Sara Reed at the Y. W. Theressa; Mrs. Mary C. Hank, :
W. M. Edwards.
; bought 807.60 worth of Ice from Starke charge of the Intermediates.
am going to keep canning for the Bakeryc.
C. A. or to the Bradford County of
OkU B.
Muscogee M.
?: Dr. I.
| Each panel will take care of outside sources. Last week he cafeteria Just as long as I can Special emphasis Is being laid thla \
Telegraph. ,
ppllcatlons pertaining to Its was unable to w obtain Ice from buy anything to can", she said. T. Sabine vct o opened the year on music, and the Vacation 'Do Herlong ,of Starke; Clinton
articular the Ice & Fuel Co. of Bible School Is your part, NOWI Daugherty Theresiia; Sheriff A. I
classification. City Waldo She will be at the school house Sabine Bakery in the new Raybln chorus preparing ,i
O. Andreu, of Stark J. L. Peek I
I Mr. Wilson also announced yes- his usual source of extra supply, the same hours-9 A.M. to 2 P. building on West Call Street sev- special music for Church worship ;

rday that a third clerk will be and also made a fruitless trip to M. on each Tuesday and Saturday eral months 'ago sold out Sat- Sunday morning. The School will Miss Guy Joins court reporter of ,Theressa of Starke; Ernest \

mployed by the board to assist Jacksonville. Saturday, Mr. Wall throughtout the month. The urday to his baker, Harry Lappe. hold Its commencement exercises FSA Staff HereMiss Land Daugherty guard at the State; Eugene penitentiary .

H. L. Blair chief clerk, and Mrs. rationed Ice all day allowing no public Is Invited to use the facili- It Is understood that the price Friday night at 8 o'clock. Raiford; J. B. Rowe, deputy I i .

'Imberly, assistant. one more than 23 pounds. Customers ties on those days. paid ,for the bakery was $3,500: Miriam Guy began work sheriff Starke and Monroe
"" fussed so much about that while Mr has leased the ; t tBrannen
Mrs. Inman ReturnsTo here June 1 aa County Home Supervisor police officer, Lakeland. 'r'
until he decided to let them have store space for a year at $75 per
of the Farm
Vomen Wanted Johns To Remodel Health UnitMrs. Security In brief It snema from the
all they wanted Sunday until the month. 1
Administration with offices In the
testimony of Daugherty'a brother
To Sew Insignia supply was gone. He obtained 12 Old WPA BuildingCarl Mr. Sabine, who has been In George Inman returned Courthouse. She baa the place the widow of Dan Moore and
tons of ice from Daytona Beach the business for several andIs \ :
from V last formerly held by Mlaa Madge other, that on Saturday night
Wllllamaburg Friday i
_The Bradford County Chapter and "people who never boughtIce Johns and Mrs. Vida Morgan In 111 health, has retired and : ,
Whlgham. November 1942 of ,
after 9-months 21 the two
the American Red Cross, ate before course In public health nursingat Miss Guy daughter of Mrs. J. Daugherty boys drove up to Dan
request of a commanding officer away from 29 to 400 pounds" he housing problem In Starke. Overa yule Mr. Lappe who needs aI'e.et '
William & Mary College. She T. Guy of Hampton, was graduated Moor* house, which Is only a '
of the Army 1 Is calling for stated. By 2 P. M.: Sunday, be year ago, Mr. Johns traded the also has employed another
received her certificate In,.Public from the Florida State Woman' few yards from his store, six or
Volunteer. to go to Camp Bland- wM out of. Ice again. City of Starke- piece of propertyfor baker, George\ Wargo of North : '
Health Nursing and has College In'Tallahataee last seyea mile at of Starke on
"J on June U, 15, and 16.; toew "in addition to the increased the old WPA commodity Carolina, and he himself will take accepted ,
the position of Field Nurse for June going to Ocala on Oct. 18 as Road 28, and wanted to make
insignia on soldier uniform civilian demand, the Army takes warehouse on Road 48 near Its over the route,-'dellverlnlr cake
Bradford with the Assistant Home Supervisor She some purchases. Mr. Moore) went
County Clay-
e> Motor Corps will furnish a large percent of the output of Intersection with Church Street. and pies to his customers.Mrs. "I,
Bradford County Health Unit. was transferred to Starke from to the store whereupon the Daugbertys ,
importation,.tfie Army will feed factories at Starke Waldo and He Is having Contractor R. H. .." Lappe.i former, schoolteacher .:
Ocala ordered steak and
'who' some
OIL Jacksonville, Mathe'convert it Into convenient and recently with WPA Miss Margaret Hoxsey; has '
held the above-named since :Mrs. Grace M. Ensign, of Galns- bread to take home and two bottle :
I which he '
To the ladles of Starke and rooming house hopes to Nursery School wltl'*have chargeIn
of beer to drink. One'of :
Bradford have ready for occupancy about the front, and will have associ- the establishment of the Health vllle, District Home Supervisor for '
[ County who have given City Council them dropped A nickel In the _
h' their June 21.Mrs. ated with her their 17-year-old Unit 18 months ago has been the F. S. A., was visiting the local "I
time so unatlntlngly. ,this transferred Madison. F, S. A. of Ices Monday jook organ which played daring r rand
1 mother opportunity to aid our Wants Its ShareCity Vida Morgan also has In SOft, Robert and their 14-year-old to ; after the killing.

"Y at first hand. Phone Chap. mind certain alterations In her daughter, Dorothy a* well as Mr. Inman returned from Vir- cated that following some sort of _

r Headquarters) 35 for Informa- Clerk Carl Johna and house at 418 North Walnut Street other helpers. The Lappes took ginia by way of Tallabaaaee and Lightfoots Go Testimony of witnesses Indian

|!lon as to Councilman L. A. Davis met with -the one where Mr. and Mrs. charge Monday.P. brought her little 7-year-old
the time of Ernest
leaving ClinicThe argument,
To Daugherty
or the Board of County Commissioners Berry Johns and family have been daughter Janet, home. She successfully Mayo ,_
p. contact Mrs. Lemuel Colon who wa armed with a pistol,
production chairman. Monday representing the residing. They moved about O. Box Rents completed both the I Rev. and Mr*. A. E. Light shot and killed Dan Moore. Seeing
City of Starke. This In brief, three weeks ago to one of the second and third grades this year. '
foot will spend the month of JulyIn what had been done, ClintonDaul'herty
was the ax they had to grind: houses of Mrs. Lucina M. Clark To Be UppedRental George Inman has also returned
clinic !In Rochester
[unely Mayo Brothers' ran out and was about
A. law on the statute books of about a mile and a half out East home to Starke after the close of f.
Minn for a general checkup 150 yards down the highway
t LibraryThe the State of Florida makes It ,Call street. on most postofflce ; the State Legislature of which he '
of their physical conditions.They when Ernest drove up In his car I
boxes In Starke will Increase 100
obligatory on the Board of County Mrs. Morgan has been having la a member.
will with Dr. R. H. and him
picked They spent
go up up.
Commissioners to divide with percent effective July 1, accord- :
birth )
of aviation 1* clear- such a difficult time getting any
of Records and Personnel
Cox, Supt. Saturday night in Jacksonville, :
y described< by Fred C. Kelly In the city on a 60-50 basis all road work ,done on her property, that Ing to Instruction received this Board Votes at State Farm and his. wife. and by Sunday night were in
THE week by Postmaster F. F. Stump
and bridge taxes within the
WRIGHT paid 1 reticent to her future
BROTHERS"d she as
In their absence. Dr. Milo H. Lakeland. The father of the
should( be of Interest to ev- corporate limits of the City of plans for the house. Nevertheless from the department In Washing- To Divide FundMrs. Massey, retired Baptist ministerof boy, who U a minister, reportedto

Wr boy and man. No other Inven. Starke. Like everybody else the she Is having alterations
Jefferson Ga., will be the supply the authorities that his son
increases have J. E. Broeky appeared
E,In history hu so quickly rev- Board members have been busy made .as early a* possible and been ordered following before the Board of County pastor and will live !In the had slain Mr. Moore. They knew
life the and preoccupied -:: also like everybody will convert It either Into rooms :
tJuou.hout Commissioners Monday askingfor pastorlum. Dr. Masaey la a for- he had a Polk County license tag ,
orld No. 1 boxes from 60o per quar- "
else, they had two places has
orapartments. assistance. Her applicationwas mer pastor at Americas, Ga., and on his car and thought he would '
CA wRcks.ba to put every dollar they had! rented she stated Tuesday. ter to $1 per quarter. '
mGhhx hrd mf been Marianna Fla. down there :
the Wel- go so by Tuesday
Consequently, they "forgot" to No. 2 boxes from 75c to $1.50. referred to County
.SROEI( .WASHINGTON Clerk of the The Lightfoots' daughter night both men were In the city
No. 3 boxes from $1 to $2. fare Board. The young
pay their debt to the city both ,
by Rackman Holt
Methodist Pastor Instructed to write Nancy will visit until August 1 jail.
tella of this In 1941 and 1942. Andmaybethe No. 4 boxes from $1.50 to $3. Board was
whose Southern ac1ent1 t, Postmaster Stump stated that Mrs. Joe. E. Wilson, with the with her grandparents In Pensa- Wednesday November 25. F
first Council forgot also! But they At ConferenceThe
formal recognition ask that she cola N. C.Colored. State Attorney Duncan Sand Court
carne from remembered that the the higher rent Is the result of Welfare Board,

England, in The Royal Society of suddenly County owed them between $1.- Rev. G. C. Powell, pastor of increased postal receipts In the Investigate the case of :&Irs. Ma- Reporter J. L. Peek visited the

me. the. Starke Methodist Church Is Starke office. Box, rents operateon mie Mead. The Board alie votedto School Daugherty boys in the Bradford
"PASSPORT 600 and $1,700 and as suddenly
TO TREASON"by County jail at Starke.
Alan needed the same! So-the Commissioners attending the annual session of a sliding scale. It was explained try to get Alma. Corbett Mr. Duncan -
Hynd Is the, Inside story Into the Gets CertificatesOn I propounded a series of questions /
LL'piea from "promised to pay" the Florida Conference, being with higher rent being paid Lawtey negro woman I
Florida to Clinton
and to Oregon this. week at Southern College by postoffices with high receipts. tuberculosis aanltorlum at Or- Daugherty
what "promised to pay""Just held
"aakes they June 6 Roosevelt Smith which
| he
absorbing reading. questions answered and i
Lakeland and his wife and lando, if possible.
After! reading the book the citizenry as soon as they got themoney" In head of the Hampton Training Mr. Peek took them down in

will M better able to belP family are visiting relatives 'The Desperadoes'At The Board voted to divide School (colored), received a shorthand, transcribed his notes ';

COlllbat e Plonage.Ifa. that section.In Florida"The equally with the Board of Public Treasury Certificate of Distin- and produced them in court. All :'
from the
.Other new books are waiting Mrs. Jennings To MoveMrs. the pastor's absence Dean W. Dryden Instruction a $2,000 check guished Service from the War De- Clinton Daugherty would answer .F \

you at the Public Library pulpit Chaplain Desperadoes,*' an exciting which was received from the partment in recognition of theschool's to the State Attorney's question i {
woman's L. H. to of the 254th: Inf.. 83rd Division Track fund since the last
Jennings plans Race
participation In the
club building melodrama of the West, filmedIn a* to whether or not certain quea- '
move to Frostproof the first of will preach at both the gorgeous technicolor, will occupy meetings of the Boards. The SchooIs-at-War program and submission Ions and answer given on that l I

Girl Scout News next week in order that she may morning and evening services the screen at the Florida Clerk was Instructed to call the of a scrap book on thla day were true, was: "If I said nt'

be near her doctor-husband whoIs Sunday.Of Theatre Sunday and Monday and Burgman Tractor-Equipment. subject. The faculty and students that I don't remember." He repeated ,;},
...' Lemuel stationed at the air base at course It 1 Is not known def- about tractor tires. T. C. Edwards wish to thank the citizens of that same statement a'"k
show Saturday
Colson. Girl Scout also at the midnight many
I leader, regrets that it Avon Park. She and. the children initely whether or not Mr. Pow was t released from the Hampton who made the programa times over.Victory. ,""F'

P:,1ble to secure reservation was for spent the week-end with ell will be returned to Starke, Featuring Randolph Scott Ev- Road and Bridge crew until tires success. The principal state i

8Ununer him and they made up their but so far as the local congregation Glenn Claire can be secured for the grader that three days prior to gettingthe !
rue, camp until after Au- concerned It has done Its elyn Keyes Ford Squash
I. This minds to live there as long as Is without pay. certlclcate, he received a let ,
best date, of will Trevor and Edgar Buchanan this
course, of
to o late for the local Girl, he Is In that location. part to show Its appreciation rip-roaring film Is said to contain 1 The old Lawtey road between ter from his 'baby brother" Walter Maurice Edwards, Jr., one of ( .,

Be Oluts, *" school will begin here Avon Park is very much like the pastor and his family by requesting some of the greatest thrills Starke and Lawtey that runs D. (Budget) Smith who U. the successful Boy Scout victory 'f.'

e Coii In i August However Mrs. Starke. In that It cannot take his return auchan and by extent ral.4Ing ever to blaze out of the West. through A. H. Green's pasture somewhere In the South Pacific gardeners!, is exhibiting a twin 'I

'son states that she .la to care of all those who desire to his salary to Next Tuesday Wednesday and was ordered closed. A motionwas and who wants to know what's squash which he discovered on
trying HCOL.At
make arrangements locally for a live there. Hence, they have tbat they can weather the Boardof Thursday the Florida will show unanimously pawed designating new around the old home place. the vine the other day, growing 1'In .
house at a recent meeting of the will write and teU him the shape of a perfect V. The 01
D to be held somewhere near rented a furnished "Three Hearts for Julia," newest the Florida Bank at Roosevelt
Starke. Anyone who can her Frostproof -' 11 miles distant. Stewards hU salary was Increased starring vehicle for the popular Starke as the County Depositoryfor about the accomplishment of the Scouts are helping to squaah- Hitter ','
from $2,800 to $3,000 per
out with their
their home at school. squash. q4.
with rented Hampton
I his project Is asked to They have Ann Sothern. the ensuing year.' :

ret In touch with her at once. I I Starke for the present. year.

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______ TWO_ n I, 1. __ _
and Mr. and Mrs. Milton BROOKER children of Miami are

that the most important phase of' mosquito I FLA. STATE FARM Carter Sumner will be delighted to learn Hy Minnie Lou Hazen Mrs. Lewis' sister, lrt8 VI&I '

The Bradford County Telegraph control in Starke would be the formation ofa By E. R. :TJouvler that they are now enjoying their PARTY FOR VISITORSMrs. Hazen.Pvt. J, R. Mot, *!;,

Established 1877 crew of two men to oil the various breed- COMMUNITY CLUB new Garnet home Ethrldge of Jacksonville Charlie Gainey entertained N. J., is visiting his'It' "Port ft,

MBMHBRtrLORiD4 ing places in and around town: parts of MEETING spent the week-end here with his Thursday night, June 3, with a a few days. parenll II

PRESS AssodAnoNK. Alligator Creek, street outlets to the storm The monthly meeting of the family.Mr. 'I party honoring her nephews, Pvt. Mrs. Daisy Fisher Of
road ditches.It Community Club was held Tues- and :Mrs. Junior Thomasof (Robert M. Jones, and Pvt. Ear- ton Springs visited Worth'
1VATiONN,6bINInALASSOC1Ai1 1 II sewer system and numerous day afternoon with only nine St-arke were visiting Mr. and nest M. Jones of South Carolina. Hazen Saturday. Mr, 1ItJ'

was estimated that the cost of this work, members present. Routine business MM.:: Frank Bryan Sunday. Various games and contests were Mrs. Olga

:. L. Matthew __._____ Editor sad Owner including labor and oil, would be about $75a was attended to and the Rev. C. H. Rhoden of Jack- played during the evening and Louise Mock of Pievati Valdosta.n 1""'
wardrobe of little Wllla sonville filled his regular appoint- later on refreshments of punch ca
and summer tended the
for the funeral
month or $400 summer of Mri r1B. ,
SUBSCRIPTION KATE Jean Smith of the Methodist! Or- ment here last Sunday. and cookies were served. About Crosby Sunday. CII",
Yearly '1.13: Klx Month. 1.00_ fall. phanage at Enterprise was dis 25 guests enjoyed this event anda

Ik is hard to imagine where $400 could played. Mrs. Williams, a newcomer SUNNY BROOK FARM lovely time was reported by all. visited Mrs. A.her E.father MCKinney of 8tlil
poblUhed Weekly on Friday and Entered at the'Farm, wa a visitor O.y,
be better invested than in an attempt to Mrs. Arsula CrawfordMrs. FIRE Thursday of last
oaf CUM Matter at the Post Office at Sturfce,, Fla.i'M1 and Mrs. I.. Watts became a memo By week
control the mosquito hordes that have been ber. Mrs. L.' F. Chapman and Earl Kirby of Gainesville Friends of' Mr. and Mrs. Jake Mr*. D, L.' Jones of DalllII
I I learn that
be to
IFo/i7 Like Our Mosquitoes making nights miserable i n Starke this Mrs. M. E. Griner, hostesses, serv- was visiting her sister Doris Keene sorry In and twin sons, Pv, got
They sandwichesand the house they were living Jones and Pvt.
delicious Iced Earnest
summer. If we hope to impress any appreciable Crosby, Tuesday afternoon.Mrs. was struck by lightening: Satur- of South Carolina td,1
make effortat cookies. Dobbs was In Waldo visited! 7
to Alton
is any
If Starke going: destroyed
number of service men with the day night and completely Charlie Gainey last
all to impress favorably the many serV- Mrs. L. O. Sheffield of Elrod. Monday. by fire. The house was week.

ice in our midst so that a few of them desirability of adopting Starke as a per- Ky., who hat been the house Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Crosby and owned by Lyon Crosby. House Miss Hazen
men manent home, we must first eliminate mos- guest of Mrs. J. A BouvIer, left sons, Bute and Bobby, were dinner and furniture was a complete On Vacalk

{ ; will decide that this is a good place to live quitoes from the reception committee. Monday for Dover, to visit her guests of Mrs. Crosby's loss. Miss Caudle Hazen

; and return here after the war, the first husband's parents Mr. and Mrs. brother and sister-in-law Mr. and former ,
Shef- Mrs. Warren Kelly and family of Jesse Forsyth of Winter Haven ploye In the oWes of
b thing should do is get rid of the terrible G. B. Sheffield and Mr. Coun-
we has been makinglife Are You Ready For Food Shortage? field's little daughters, Lurline, Rising Sunday. Is visiting relatives here. Judge E. K. Perryman, ""hokl
plague of mosquitoes that who makes her home with her Mr. and Mrs. W T. Crosby and Cpl Mack Simmons of Camp been a student at Blue MoUII[

miserable here for the past few months. We recently heard of a business man ina grandparents. Mrs. Sheffield will Mrs. Arsula Crawford and baby, Blanding Is visiting Miss Lube College, Blue Mountain,

'' No matter how much a soldier likes our nearby town who Is paying a woman, nota return here in about two weeks. Shirley Ann. attended services atWater < Chaplain L. A Shepherd left Oak Baptist Church Sun- Seaman, -J. C. Sowells of St. ?
people, our climate, or other advantages he member of his family, to can a large quan- Monday for a weeks' stay at the day and were dinner guests of ,Augustine' visited relatives here returned home Thursday, May

will not want to bring his wife and children tity of fruits and vegetables to stock the Baptist Young People's encamp- Mr. and Mrs. Frank Norman. Sunday. She left last week for >De ,

4 here and offer them up as a sacrifice to, a pantry shelves in his household. Friends say ment at Camp O'Lena. !or..., and Mrs. Bob) Halslop and Mr and Mrs. Ray Raulerson, where she attended the a.

C. M. 'Turney left Monday to son, Fred, Mrs. Alton Dobbs and and Miss E v a Fay Gainey of list Assembly June 311.
w pack of hungry mosquitoes.The that he, being in business himself is firmly
attend a meeting of the trusteesof daughter, EloIse, and Lucille Tampa attended the funeral of Miss Hazen plans to
control of pest mosquitoes cannotbe convinced that commercially canned foods 'I'bornwaU Orphanage (Presbyterian Ward were transatclng businessIn their grandmother, Mrs. Crosby the 4-year course leading compii to 4

accomplished by "let George do it" tac- will dwindle almost to the vanishing point ) at Clinton, S. C. He will Jacksonville Tuesday. Sunday.Mrs. B. A degree, and after Out!

tics. The Clay-Bradford County Health by this time next year. also visit his son, Capt. John MUM Madeline Crews of Starke, Carrie Ingram of Starke ing her 'course to become a m

, 'N p'' in recent discussion of the problem, Turney at Durham, N. C., before was a week-end guest of her parents was visiting her sister, Mra.Lewis slonary.: She would like to nn
Unit, a Perhaps his views are extreme, and we returning.Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Kirby Crews.. Monday. 'in Brazil.

stated that pest mosquitoes could be con- do not wish unduly to alarm anyone, but W.. H. Smith of Martin Mrs. W. T. Crosby and Mrs. Mrs. J. W. Thomas left last

trolled by the joint use of two different we cannot help but wonder if Bradford and H. B. Frazer of Jacksonville William Crosby spent Tuesday in week for DeLand to attend the

# methods: 1. Personal control by the individual County housewives are taking full advan- were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. Lake ,Butler Mrs. Vera with Alston.the latter'smother Baptist Assembly.
Mrs. J. G. Caldwell.
householder, and 2. Central con- tage of the generous offer made this month and Mr. and Mrs. William Crosbyand Mrs. W.. P. Nichols and Infant
Robt Kite leaves this week to
daughter, Janet Marie returned
trol by a local crew. by the home economics department of Brad- visit his mother, Mrs. M. M.\ Kite, baby, Mrs. H. B. Kelly and home Friday from the Alachua
baby and Mrs. W. T. Crosby were
The function of the individual is most ford High School.It at Johnson City, Tenn. transacting business in Jackson- County Hospital.

imporfant and each person must examinehis was announced several weeks ago Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Hol- ville Saturday. Pledger Gainey of Washingtonis

own premises first of all. Mosquitoeswill llngsworth and children Woodrow Mrs. Fronnle Johns and chil- visiting relatives here.
breed in standing water and hero that the department will be open each Tues- Jr., and William Warren, of dren of Auburndale were week Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Andrewsof

any day and Saturday during this month so Palatka, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde end guests of Mrs. John's sister New River were visiting Mrs.

are a few of the most common sources: that the public may make use of its facili- Dobbs, Gainesville and Mr. and Mrs Arle Brown. Andrews' father, L. C. Hazen

water plant containers, flower vases, water Mrs. Arlie Dobbs of Starke were Markley Johns of New River Thursday
ties for canning foodstuffs. Those who ac- of Mr. and Mrs.
buckets laundry tubs left with standing guests' was a guest of his cousin, Horace Miss Millie Anna Conway of
cept the offer must furnish their own labor, Arch Dobbs,'., Dyal, Saturday nIght Palatka was visiting her aunt, \t

water, roof gutters, rain barrels, tin cans fruit jars, jar tops, and produce, and a mod- Mr. and, Mrs. H. K. Tyus and Mr. and Mrs. Warren Kelly and Mrs. J. P.. Roberts, last week.

that hold water, discarded bottles and old erate fee of five cents a jar is charged for children have returned from a children of Rising and Mr. and Mrs. Alice Thomas has returned
ten day vacation spent In Talla- Mrs. C. C. Crosby and childrenwere from an extended visit in Georgiaand
pans.To from the use of the department's lights, water, hassee and Chattahoochee.Mr. visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. E. was accompanied home by
prevent mosquitoes breedingin
gas and pressure cooker. and Mrs. Vance Geiger and Jordan of Starke, Sunday after- her daughter, Mrs. T a 1 m adge 1
such places it is necessary to empty all school son Bradley of Jacksonville visited Kelly and Infant daughter, Cella
The building is noon.We
water containers within and around the open on Tuesdayand their parents, Mr. and Mrs.J. are very sorry to reportJ. Kay. Under the Rationing Pro!

home. Change water once a week in flower Saturday from 9 A. M. until 2 P. M. M. Bradley, several days re- N. Kelly's serious Illness at Mr. and Mrs. Jake Keene and gram You are allowed 1

vases, and similar objects. Pierce tin cans and is under the supervision of Miss Daphne cently.Sgt. Edwin Malone, having recovered this relatives time.wish HIs! him many a friends speedy and re- baby ing relatives daughter in, Carolyn Ft. Myers., are vlr't- Pairs ef Shoes Per Year_|

before throwing them out, and keep roof Norman, home economics instructor. Special from his recent opera- covery.) Pvt. Pasco Mott of Valdosta, Let Us Make Your Old

gutters clean. If storage of rain water is arrangement may be made with her for tion, has returned to his camp If every mane woman ana Ga., is visiting relatives here for Ones Like New
near Boca Raton. child la the United States a few days.
necessary, spray the barrel once a week with canning on other days, if necessary. Pvt. Kills Fancher and his bride, aside $100 the aggregate will Mrs. Padgett, of Gainesville TheElectric

any good insecticide. This will have no the former Rose Wilder of St. t bd about $13,000,000,000 or the visited her daughter, Mrs. James Shoe Shop
effect on the water and the insecticide will County housewives should not Louis :Mo., who are visiting Capt. amount the Treasury most Cason, last week. Across From Park Theatre I

disappear within a few hours after spray- overlook this opportunity to prepare them- 1D.. Fancher, will return to raise. In Its Second War Loan. Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Lewis and
camp In far away Maine In a
ing. selves and their families for the lean few days, >"'

The Health Unit emphasized the fact months to come. Mr. and Mrs. H. M.\ RIcharde

and children Jane and Henry
and Mrs. Annie RIcharde returned

I REVIEW OF LEGISLATIVE SESSIONThe Monday little Henry from was Jacksonville a patient where In St. jftaaJ8

Luke's Hospital for several days. 7Z9
W O. McGehee of Ocala was

Florida legislative session, jorty votes required for strikes other agencies as the Barbers' an overnight guest of Mr. and

which ended last Friday, was picketing restrictions and other Sanitary Board, the Parole Commission Mrs. J. G. Caldwell Friday.
marked by the enactment of one controls. the Industrial Commission Mr. and Mrs. O. B. Fowler of

new State tax and the defeat of The Senate Shands Committee, and the Highway Patrol were Mlddleburg were dinner guests of
'dozens of other proposed levies. investigating State Department defeated. Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Kite Sunday. Welcome in peace. :
It set up a two-year tax of turned of its Mrs. M. B. Griner, Mrs. L. A. ;
expenditures, most Purchase of 13 lots across the
three cents on each standard and Mrs.
pack- attention to attorneys' fees and street from the Capitol for post- Wiggins Madge Bo-
age of cigarettes to raIse $2- round State departments had paid war construction of State build- zarth spent Monday in Gaines more welcome in war work red
000,000 for the welfare
programand $310,000: to special lawyers dur- ings was authorized at ,the request ville.Friday
U, OOOOO for distribution Mrs.
night L. O. Sheffield -
ing the past two years. It said of Governor Holland.
among the counties.It showed ,some very interest- plant will tell that ,
the fees were legal but "exor- The Legislature also followed managers you
will become effective July 1. bitant." ing Hawaiian moving pictures to WAR
It Imposed State regulation on his recommendations for revision a group of Interested friends. that contributes to contented ,,, ,
The committee, headed by Sena- of'the 1941 full value assessment
labor unions and put before the Miss Bobbfe Jo Smith of Ocala workers makes better workers.
tor W. A. laws
Shands of Gainesville on real estate and Intangible r
Voter a proposed constitutional la visiting her cousin, the Caldwell
amendment outlawing the closed had its life renewed for two more i property taxes. girls. In plant after plant it has been found
and was directed to look I HIs
years proposed const I tutlonal
shop, but preserving the right Of Miss Jacqueline Woodward has that a test-pause breaks monotony
IntO' expenditures for free school amendment to cut the intangiblestax ,
collective bargaining.It recently been awarded a year'sscholarship
text books. ceiling from five to two mills to Perkins Instituteat lessens tiredness and tension.When ?
voted an added $2,400.000 Federal officials,sent representatives was approved. It will be on the Mass.

for .public school teachers' salaries. and messages Into the 1944 ballot along with the closed Mr Boston and, Mrs. J. A. Bouvier, you add refreshment to a rest-pause,you not only <
State to block a bill that would I shop amendment and these other
It gave married women the have changed most of Florida i proposals: spent Misses the Betty week-end and Patricia at Mclntosl1visiting McRae have a pause that rests, but refreshes, too. A moment

right to sue and be sued by enactment from the Eastern to the Central i Provision for direct election of for ice-cold Coca-Cola makes
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Mc a rest-pause take
of Rep. Mary Lou Bak- Time zone, and another that I State attorneys, county solicitors on
Little MIss Patricia
Rae. has
er'* so-called "emancipation of would have authorized the State i and criminal court of record a lengthy visit with concluded her- more meaning. promoting i contentment that leadsto I

married women" bill. to haul gasoline and fuel oil during -' judges, who now are nominatedby grandparents. more work and better work. Yes
In the closing hours it added a emergencies.The the parties but appointed by contentmentcomes
Sixth Congressional District ex- Government, with the sup- the Governor. Housekeepers here are very whenoi connect with a Coke.
busy canning vegetables
tending from coast to coast in port of Governor Holland also Increasing the terms of county their victory gardens.Mrs. .

South Florida, and appropriated got approval for a bill exempting commissioners from two to four Hugh A. Hall and Mrs.
$20.827,000 to operate State departments federal agencies from the State years.
Ida Quince of Jacksonville are
in the next two years. tax on gasoline sold in bulk lots Repeal of a 1934 amendment
of Mrs. C. M.
guests Turney.
In general, it approved with little of 500 gallons or more. authorialng uniform"city charters.
opposition Governor Holland's With the backing of Governor The 1934 amendment never has '
program., Holland and the Army and Navy, become effective. PLEASANT
However two of his major recommendationschool the Legislature passed a set of Giving the Legislature authority &11'1I.V.. A. Tyler, Cor.

m 111 age acts which public health officials to abolish justice of the peace dis
Mr, and Mrs. Warren Cadle
limitations and salt water fishing said would give Florida about the tricts.
and children of Jacksonville
regulatory powers for the Conservation best control in the Nation over I Consolidating city and county the week-end here at the home of f
Commission venereal disease strictest laws taxing offices and g
never and some court activities -
their son-in-law and daughter,
came to the floor. against prostitution. I In Dade and Orange Coun-
; Mr.\ and Mrs. Melton Crlffis.
It outlawed fraternities Bills and ties and
sorori- requiring pre-natal consolidating city and Mr and Mrs Vasco GriffIs and
ties and other secret societies in pre-marital examln! a t Ion s for 'county tax offices in Hills-
daughter, Thelma, and Mr. and
public schools. venereal disease each borough County.
passed one
I.rrs.v.\ E. Wilson all of Starke
The session was enlivened dur- branch of the Legislature but Florida! married women now
were visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. E.
ing Its first full wartime meeting died on the calendar in the other. have the same legal rights to Grlffls of this section Sunday. Close work brings the need to pause ice-cold
by Investigations of State Holland recommendations. make contracts, and to Coo CoU brings
J expenditures They were sue or be FrIends of Mrs. C. H. Davis tingling refreshment to nuke any
disagreements among cabi- sued that their husbands have. will be glad to learn that she has pause the pause that refreshes. -=

net officers, Federal-State conflicts Aside from the cigarette tax, Governor Holland signed into returned to her home after a

and personal combat between which was the major financial law the "married women's emancipation serious illness in the hospital at

Senator Raymond Sheldonof measure the Legislature put an bill" which Rep. Mary Lake City. .
Tampa and Colin English. State additional tax of 20 cents a gal- Lou Baker of Plnellas County, Miss Lois Cadle of Jacksonville
school superintendent.Labor lon on wine to raise an estimated only woman member, steered 1s
is enjoying a visit with her
regulation brought the' $300,00(1( or the $500,000 annually through the Legislature despite cousin Miss Doris Orlffls..
, Governor Holland aaked for aid four defeats In the House.
"-, most sustained fight of the session. Friends of-Mr. and Mrs. Erran
Just ai it did in 1941-but to' dependent children. It provides that married women
this time It was approved whereas Other measures proposed-but may-without consent of the husbands themselves as free dealers by

!,, before It was sidetracked. defeated-Included taxes on sales -manage, sell and control court proceedings.The .

The proposed closed shop constitutional transactions, payrolls, pool table their own property enter con- Governor also signed a

amendment was put on gambling, soft drinks, amuse- tracts, sue or be sued. legislative act providing for Issuance Letters from
the 1944 General Election ballot ments, legalization and taxing of Married women also may be- and legal 1. recognition of delayed Ins I managers from, coast to coast empty'The

for ratification or rejection by the slot machines and punch board.. come business partners of their birth certificates upon application best that the little II10m for,an Ice-cold Coca-Cob

voters. and increased levies on beer and husbands and receive their hus- with supporting evidence mean a lot to workers tnt plants. It's a refreshing.

Then the Legislature passed, Insurance premiums. Few of them band's power of attorney. of parentage and.birthplace, the moment
better 01Ih
15 always buy! ..... mn.
sunny of to
after several conferences and compromises reached the House or Senate floor Heretofore, married women to county judges.Representative to refreshment thing,... way
a bill putting all labor from committees.The have had no such rights tn Flor- Crofton of Bre- without turning from work.

organizations under State regula- State Laundry and Dry ida and could sign legal instru- vard estimated 83,000 persons la OTTLID UNOIt AUTMOaITY' 0'
tion with business agents licensed Cleaning Board was a ments only with consent of their Florida could obtain birth certi- STARKE 'HI COC A.COLA

union Initiation fees limited ma- but efforts to knock Oll8hllU'l husbands, or after establishing! ficates under terms of the law. BOTTLING 'COMPANYPA.OR

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L.v 10\1', JUNE .11. 1843. HKADFOKn CmWTV) T1ILF.OR"lrH.: VTAKKN. FlAm",,, PAGE TIIBEBiisehold

The s ned. I HAMPTON I English Sells Tract 4-room house. One of the men
?.. 4. MILK AND MILK PRO- I will take the house with his
\) DUCTS-fluid, evaporated, dried By II. B.11'lggiaaOn Under date of April 17, Mr. acreage and the other will build
SEVEN milk or cheese. Wednesday afternoon of last a&4i69 and Mrs Richard H. English sold 'I Mrs. English said yesterday. The
T THESE start ot a nationwide. 3. MEAT. POULTRY, FISH OR week Mrs Wesley Andrews chap- 21 acres of land to two different j' deed was recorded May 28.
gram improve a war-time EGGS or dried beans, peas, nuts I eroned her Sunday School class men-part of it to Labon Scogglns I
1 to nutrition atan- or peanut butter. at the Methodist Church on a and the balance to J. C. Smith. \Recent Births
and maintain face of changing 6. BREAD, FLOUR; AND CE- picnic and swim at Little Sante Author o/ "How to Win Friends The acreage in located about two ,I I
|,,13 w the U. S. REALS-natural whole grain, or Fe Lake. and miles east of Starke on the south Mr. and Mrs. Edward W. Dur-
It conditions of Agricul listedDc enriched or restored The Class had been divided and Influence People. side of Road 261 The ban, Lawtey, May 28, boy;

Im basic food groups whichuld 7. BUTTER OR' FORTIFIED named the blue and the pink anda lion was $ :iO. conl'ldera-1 I Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Brown

n be included in the dally MARGARINE (vitamin A added.) contest on attendance was made The property also Starke, May 31. girl.

To emphasize the Importance over a period! o* time. The con- .. .
of everyone. ------ -- -- --->
experience of, of dally eating of these seven test was won by the pink and
awed, ( on the long food groups and to illustrate to they were entertained by the FUNERAL DIRECTOR
Human have found to
of The Lamston stores in New a way
Bureau state andI home-makers ways of preparing blue. After swimming for some BIy Many Yearn Experience Make It PonnlMe for Me to Render
Home Economics and thery's them so that the most food value time--Sn the clear blue water of solve an old old problem: How to induce employees to EFFICIENT rilOMIT: and COURTEOUS SERVICE
I nutrition committees will be retained. War-time Food I this beautiful lake the class take more interest in their work.It .
food Industry, the seven Demonstrations will be held all I assembled in the shade of the is very simple: they turn work into fun. -
/of food are as tolows: over the country under the auspices -I giant oaks and there satisfied Here is the method by which they increase the interest DeWITT C. JONES
GREEN AND 'YELLOW of their sales by twenty cent. They have quiz con- Starke Florida
of local Defense Councils. I their appetites on the many sandwiches girls per
iBTABLES- ome raw, some By this means it is hoped to introduce that had been prepared tests for the girls. Each store selects a team the employeesof
ed frozen or canned. new foods into regionaland for the occasion. all the stores meet and the quiz contest begins. There

ORANGES TOMATOES, racial diets, to check food I Florence and Sammy Van AI- are judges, and there are experts just as on a radio quiz

\PEFRUIT or raw"cabbage or waste and to make the beat pos- ,stine of Wellston, Mich., are visiting program.
d greens. sible use of the various foods ( their grandparents Mr. and Here are some of the questions used at the last contest: OFFICESUPPLIES

POTATOES AND OTHER available as well as maintaining Mrs. C. Van Alstlne for the sum Question. As long as I know the merchandise on my
ETABLES AND FRUITS the nutrition standards. of the na- counter; it is not necessary for me to know the location of

", dried, cooked, frozen or can- tion. mer.Miss: Helen Adklna Is spending merchandise on other counters? Right or wrong?

""-- _,_ ...- I _ .. some time with her grandmother, Answer. Wrong.
:Mrs J. W. Priester, in Lake But- Question. What is the difference between fullfashionedhose
ler. and seamless hose?
rompt Service Careful Drivers Misses Dorothy and Audrey Correct answer: Full-fashioned hose are shaped in the .. .6 ,

Barnhill of Starke spent Sunday knitting process. Seamless hose are shaped by boarding

with Miss Jean Adklns. or pressing.In We Stock Many Items Needed In Ordinary
Starke Taxi ServicePhone :Mr. and Mrs Gerald Adklns selling white shoe polish, which statement of the

spent Tuesday in Gainesville. three following will make the greatest sales appeal? I Business Routine, Both Civilian And Mili-

C. M. Dennlson was called to 1. It won't rub of!.
150 :Gainesville Monday. His wife 2. It costs only ten cents. tary. Let Us Supply Your Needs
had had a very severe stroke. 3. It comes in cake form.
Correct answer: Number 1.
Many of our men were called
NightFOR When you see a customer take something from the
Day into court Monday. They re-
aimed with a smile. They had counter without paying for it, what should you do, or say? Account Books Box Files
been turned loose.D. Correct answer: Say "May I wrap that for you?" Adding: Machine Taper & Ribbons

W. Johnson of Jacksonville How can you make a customer want to return? Desk Blotter Pads Cardboard
spent Sunday here telling fish Correct answer: Let your conversation be in the Inter- Card Index Files

SAFETY, COMFORT AND ECONOMY RIDE stories to the boys. est of the customer. Play the customer up; yourself down. Desk Calendars File Folders
Take a real interest in your customer's wants.Is Gummed Kraft Tape
Corp. and Mrs. C. F. Rhodes of
FLORIDA MOTOR LINE BUSSESFOR Wauchula have established residence the following true, or false' Rubber Stamps Stamp Pads & Ink

at the Lameraux house Women are quick buyers. Ink Eraser Mimeo Ink

COURTEOUS CORRECT'IN'FORl\IATION while he Is stationed at Camp Answer. False. Shaeffer's Skrlpt In Pints and Quarts
PLEASE PHONE 147 Ills ndlng. There were many more questions; these are only sam- Legal Blanks Legal Pads
ples. The winners were given two pairs of silk stockings; as Loose-leaf Ledger Outfits
W. S. Honeycutt, conductor on
also were the girls in the store where the team came from.
Carbon Second Sheets
the Southern Railway has moved Paper
UNION BUS STATIONLACY Do the Lamston girls take more interest in their work? Do
: from Valdosta to Hampton and : Typewriter Paper and Ribbons
there is thinking of herself as a win-
they! Why, every girl
has an apartment In Silver Lane. Typewriter Oil and Cleaner ,
CONWAY Agent and is learning everything there is
ner at the next contest,
Mrs. Ell 1 I zabeth Bedenbaughspent merchandise. Onion Skin Paper Mimeograph Paper
and the
known about the stores
|Temple Aver Starke, Florida the week-end with her parents to be Post Binders Paper Punches
Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Elland Books
Duplicate Receipt
Are looking for a perfect wife, husband child, or a
and Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Beden- you Binders
baugh. perfect employer or a saintly employee? If so, you are head- Ring I!
ed down a greased chute straight toward a mud lake of Notebooks
SEA FOODS CHICKEN DINNERS Mrs. A. A. McDonald and Mrs Shipping Tags Merchandise Tags

Sparkman of Waldo attended disappointment.For all of us are contradictory combinations of both Rubber Type Outfits Postal Labels .

STEAKS CHOPS church here Sunday night. faults and virtues. Take Christopher Columbus for exam- Alco-Grlp Tabbing

Frederick Watterson returnedto ple. Sometimes he was cautious and conservative; some- Pay Envelopes Indelible Ink
the Coast Guard at Province- and tossed reasonto Steel Letter-Size "FileIts"Klasp
times he acted on impulse and hunches
TEMPTING, TASTY SANDWICHES town, Mass, Monday. the waves and tides. He was also a combination of truth Envelopes Mimeo Styli
HOME MADE PIES Revival Services will begin at
the Baptist Church here Monday and deception, a combination of overbearing egotism and And Many Other Items
generosity. At times he was brave and audacious; at times .
night June 14. Everybody Invited -
to attend. he had a yellow streak. Sometimes he was tactful; some-
A & A LUNCHEONETTEIn times he was so brutal and ill tempered that he aroused ALL KINDS OF COMMERCIAL
Office supplies of all kinds for hatred and rebellion.

[ Park Theatre Eldg. ____ -. ____ Starke, Florida mile at The Bradford County Most people are like Columbus in at least one respect PRINTING
Telegraph. there will be a lot of beautiful flowers growing in their gar
-- den of virtue-but there will also be a lot of weeds in the Bradford County
garden weeds that may give you hay fever.

1 ,

I u THERESSA a business trip to Jacksonville I TelegraphPhone .
Wednesday of last week.
By MU. Ida Megan
Mr. and Mrs. F. S. Shaw and 29 Starke, Fla.

K. B. Swindell of Bartow spent children of Lawtey were visiting
the week-end with his mother, 1 1 relatives in this section Sunday.

jj'-____ Mrs. .S.Sullivan R. Swindell.A. .of Ocala la I -

,a:wdan 4 a spending some time here visiting You Don't Have'to'Stand in Line; AI

Mr. and Mrs. C. Sullivan. .
Mr. and Mrs. Pete Roberts and
family spent Friday in Lake City
visiting and attending to business. tt'1I'p.)11) ii! \ t' ,

Mrs. Henry Bauman of Bruns '1l 't ITo
wick. Ga., Is visiting Mrs. D. W..,
-r ra Moore. I 1

I Mrs. Henry Bauman and Leon BuyELECTRIC : tI
ard Moore of Starke spent Friday i
visiting Miss Ida Hazen and the
I Zelgler family.
Othma Sullivan of the Lake POWER
City Air Field spent the week-end
with his uncle and aunt, Mr. and

,. s, Mrs. C. Sullivan. THAT'S TRUE, even though the electric light and power

Miss Hazel Phillips spent Wednesday industry in America was called on to produce, in 1942, the greatest
in Jacksonville shopping.
AY amount of electric power in history-189 billion kilowait-hoursl!
Mrs. Marguerite Moore\ of
Belle Glade and Mrs. Hanks of And at she rams rime tbt avtraff cast per kilowatttaut la ttt eantumtr war lauir th, ,, ever bean

Chicago, 111, who are visiting Not only were all the demands of war plants, military camp, naval stations and
Mrs. D. W. Moore, were business
visitors to Starke Saturday.Mrs. arsenals met-but there remained 27 billion kilowatt-hours of electrical energy to take

S. E. Trlest and daughters care of the needs of shop and stores 30 billion for homes, ,13 billion for public transportation 1

No second "chonce..no other.'choice spent Thursday in Starke at- street lighting, and other uses. '

tending to business. These are some of the accomplishment of the electric light and power industry and

THOSE the Iim Never before bar w. been able to measure theto GUM BRANCHBy of the electrical manufacturer who build the equipment used to generate distribute, and
FOR who fall and freeze on children ia
.. and
floors of the cmttl care thaI carry them price of freedom lor'ou..ely." to our keep the road Mrs. T. N. Norman utilize electricity-working together with the teamwork 10 typically American.
German labor -- htr i other choice. ,such tangible terms. Will yon ,, _in ,
< no
camp M *
in Norman
to freedom open? Will you e t yon Mr. and Mrs. A. D. POWER UTILIZATION. Building

For the little children of Tepelin' and Salonikaad I War Bonds? and family spent the week-end How We rUlpedPOWER and, appliances that put dec
chines lamps,
with Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Johnson -
Athens who stomachs for cb.Ihlp making
wait with swollen of us are
much to ask. Many factories
rood It's not so at Graham. GENERATION. More than one tricky to work more efficiently in
char nothing to The thingswe'd
never arrives there Is << than bav for ,.us.
so-but wait. more money with w that money arc scarce-or Mrs. Caroline Norman who has half of all the electric power generated by electric and homes is one of our most important jobs.

, like to buy we're asked to Jars money at goodinter spent the past two weeks at Palm light and power companies ia the U. S. ii proThe! United States has more o/ these electrical
For unavailable. So
the Raiiiin with choice but to Dale returned home Saturday.
bats peasant DO $4 for every $3 wha the Bonds matures Shaw of LawteyIs duced by generators manufactured by General helper than any other nation. In 1942 the
hi. home before th. Nazis reached in<< for the ***- Miss) Geraldine
the>oeM of Nanking who suffered the terrorism of Money' to help pay for the war -ktcp prices down-and spending a few days this week Electric. average home used twice a* much electricity asia

! lap; for all of those la nameless graves and provide peacetime }Jobs and peacetime goods the war a with her uncle and aunt Mr. and And such has been the improvement in the 1930, and in those 12 years the average price
Mnd'( *i cell*-for *// of &he-mere wa no generally decent world for all of us o Vfrs. Felix Sapp. efficiencies of turbine-driven generator that i/ per kilowatt-hour decreased 40%.
Mi. and Mrs. J. S. Sapp spent
chine, oo other choice is won. used in 1942 had been *
in the Payroll Savings Sunday at Sampson City with the electric power : produced
11IIout for J'M-1I' choice still remains. For yw- Chances ar* ,oa..*Booth-doing already: i your bit. Butvedom their son and daughter-in-law, with the machine. of 1924, it would have This U only a small part of the story of America's electrical

sll the people, of the world, abe road to Plan buying War Raise tithe Do your iulYOU'VE / Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Sapp. required more than a million extra can of coal l lodotery.were the fall toey becomes of bJMory with with rIM
your ncaj men
ii doo't stop there. M'r. and Mrs. W. H. Stearns passing of the f cm.ll will a group
clear. irrlved here Friday of last week and one hundred and forty thousand men I just to a deicrounaciofl which oow secna 'idc.dalkepe ao-

from Massachusetts. Mr. Stearns mine and haul this extra coal. cooperatively developing new and.better tqmpnenc.lacreia-
the lag jcncriuog capacity", lowering coin eipcodiog service,
there for
has been In camp POWER DISTRIBUTION. To have ample plumog always to he ready foe the dcnandf of the future.
BEST! >halt few months, but because of have will be a of remarkable vision ud courage -lot It al]
available wherever new war plants story
---NOW he has received a medIcal -
III power
ahead of shetransforming
DONE YOUR BIT discharge. sprung up requires large and highly efficient had .to be pUaocd, and the lurted. yew

Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Edwards and switching equipment and the"d. Best time TOO meet a man front your electric service

'AOSI BON iOTIMB JIMTHROW ill!rXfROU SM1K8! FLU' at Waldo were visiting relative solution of highly intricate engineering problems. company, be he the local manager or meter reader, or
here Saturday. purred lineman carrying oat bin aangnment in rain,sleet or
Miss Selma Sapp spent theveekend General Electric has had a hand and a heavy winde, give him a word of 18"mcoa-lar be ia

Americaallout war effort by with Mr. and Mrs. J. head, ia the development and manufacture of the man who ia. making ii nnncccMary for row to staod ia
This .pace 1. a contribution to C. Sapp. much of this equipment line f for electric power. CtmrW Diane c..,Sii-.{ ,M. TfmGENERAIIH :
Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Norman -
md eon, Gerald and Mr. and Mrs. '.
FLORIDA BANK AT STARKE c. S. Sapp and son, Rudolph,
were visiting relatives In the Pine ELECTRIC
Member Federal Deposit( Insurance Corp. Level auction Sunday.Mr. .
Member Florida National Group, Inc. and Mrs. F. S. Sapp made


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PACK FOOt penter's these hot' day See the woods that the

Welcoming Dance Rosaly Marcia GaynorMr. Mina Grady Jus' back from a nice imals get lost!" He Will

I SOCIETY and CLUBS For WAAC DetachmentIs I and Mrs. H. Gaynor an- rest Chicago an' vacation. spent Tip to with Ardent TomIn comfort of the company hp of t fan*
birth of a daughter other Bra'dfordltes
-- the
----- EventThe ,
--- ---- = --i -- ---- Enjoyable nounce Why give your best girl however
----- swains: :
on May U
Rosaly Marcia Gaynor watch or Lloyd Jennings
Pins\ PresentedTo Dinner Party Honoring: Young People WAACS who are stationedat 22 at their home In ElmhurstN the customary wrist Sgt \\11118111 a
can Hallle
when (
of pearls you to'yOU) Jones
Of Presbyterian Church Blanding paid their first Is In the Army string Pfc
Camp Mr. Gaynor
GSO GirlsIn Bride Elect Y. a lovely early watermelon W. Ve!lon -
her Dyal an'
the past give pfc
official visit to Starke and his duties Lewis
Leave Next Week nice num- 8ttr.
Saw some
? ,
spite of the heavy rain a Honoring Miss Betty Green, night when they were guests of year have been In connection with Call St. Wednesday for ling Quite the makings;
large crowd of soldiers) were pres- whose marriage to N. T. RItch Young people of the Presby- ,honor at a dance given by the the custody of the Starke Arm bers on$1.50 each, already Iced, or nice little Bradford ClubO. I
ent at the dance Saturday nightat will be an event of June 22, Miss terian Church leave next week t< USO-YMCA and the 66th division. ory. only $1 un-lced P. Hatto postcards
the USO, corner of Templeand Thelma Corpening gave a lovely take part in two state-wide sum- As the guests entered the merely still able to that k,'
Washington. A feature of the dinner party Wednesday evening mer activities of their denomina- lounge a huge sign bearing the Inscription Percy E. Sullivan, Jr. keep up his wa:
evening was the presentation of at the home of her uncle and Ion. "Welcome WAACS" met Munt be nice for a gal to know with the 124th Inf. Band at fry
O. S. O. pins to several girls who aunt, Mr."and Mrs. Charley E. On Monday the pastor, the their eyes. From that moment Mr. and Mrs Percy E. Sullivanof that after only a few short nlng. "I don't expect (OIT
through their hours of service Johns.A Rev. Chas. A. Allen, and a croup their cordial reception by the civilians Starke announce the birth ofa months in Starke she could leave another Harry James
had earned this recognition.Girls color scheme of white and of boys leave for a week's camp; of Starke and the soldiersof lon Percy Everitt, Jr., on Sunday so'many real friends as did but I do or oniTto TwDorsey. 1\
receiving pins were: Miss was used for decoratingthe at Greynold Park, which Is located Blanding left no doubt as to June 6, at St. Vincent's Hos- Frances Baer, who departed recently I hope ;
Sewell, Miss Daphne Nor- green at Ojus, a short distance the sincerity of their welcome. pital-Jacksonville. Sirs. Sullivan for Tullahoma, Tenn. I know enough to teach ul
Gayle this occasion glad-
house for ;
Miss\ Dolores Creekmore, north of Miami. The boys who Punch and cake were served in was the former Miss Edna Mae Some folks who've lived here all I other kid a thing or two,"
Miss Aletha Nettles, Miss Vivian Ioli, large white dahlias and small will enjoy this outing are: B. C. the lounge during; the evening and Mills of Green Cove Springs and their lives wouldn't be missed aa says .
Price, and Miss Betty Lou Pet- pom-pom dahlias being used very Holtzendorf, Jr., Barney McRae, beautiful arrangements of gladioli is the granddaughter of Mrs. E. much Piney, Clifton an' Mar- -
erson. effectively. The table was cover- Jr., Gerald Boelter, James Math- roses, and dahlias added colorto M. Thomas of Starke. Ian Brown, Scootle, Glen"an Gall Bill (Fort Bragg) Way
ed with a lace cloth and centered ews and James Platt. the room. The flowers were Duke are out among the fish an' wright writes to put on ree
BlackshearMorganMiss bowl of white dahlias and Next Wednesday' the following arranged by Mrs O. L. Beasley. Ladles Auxiliary whip-poor-wills In the Burns cot- that he and the "little titansgal" &
by a girls will leave to attend the Music and entertainment were The Ladies Auxiliary of the tage on Kingsley Lake See he married last summer
!' Jean Morgan, daughter I fern, and the central arrangement Presbyterian Youth Conferenceat furnished by an orchestra from Presbyterian Church met Tuesday Comer Perryman back from Em- have a charming little daughll/:
of Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Morgan, I was balanced by white can- Lake Alfred: Merry Beth the 66th Division. In spite of afternoon In the church annex ory at Oxford an' planning to Rebecca Ann "As tm M
a of Brunswick Ga., and a nieceof dles in silver holders. The beautifully Knight Mary Alice Yarbrough, their hours of drilling, the girls and held the monthly businessand wait. around until his call from possible I'll bring Becky and J!
Mr. and Mrs. Ben C. Holtzen- iced wedding cake was Lila Rae Caldwell, Josephine and the soldiers greatly enjoyedthe study meeting. the Navy, which he expects earlyIn down and familiarize them sal
dorf of Starke, became the brideof with a miniature bride Johns and Hazel Fields. Grand March which was directed The president, Mrs. K. G. Dun- July.. W. H. (Dink) Hart's Call Street and all the C nm.
Lewis E. Blackshear of Brunswick 'topped by Miss Freddie Wimberly. can, presided and Mrs. Charles H. address is: Pvt. Wm H. Hart- en,'* he says Incident
, and Columbus, Ga., Friday and groom. After the three course Methodist Circles During the evening Lt. Branch: Allen acted: as secretary pro-tern. 34784099. Co. I* 272nd Inf. APO Bill has the pleasure of xrZIn &
1 evening, April 9, in a quiet cere- I'dinner Miss Corpening presentedthe This Week and Lt. Ellis of the WAAC group The Auxiliary donated $30 to 417, Camp Shelby, Miss. an outfit equipped with S
mony performed In the study of bride-to-be with a goblet Met visited the dance and were Introduced Young Peoples Conference Fund;. millimeter! ? howitzers the w,.
the First Baptist Church of matching her selected- pattern of Circle One of the Woman's Society I from the stage by Lt. Kit- and plans were completed for givIng In the Mall Bag:,Lillian] (Mose- ,gest' gun In ,Uncle Sam's Ann
Brunswick by Its pastor, the Rev. crystal.The of Christian Service of the chen of the 66 Division. Capt. a Joint dinner with the Epis- ley) Keating writes from New '. Only three battalions a,
John H. Haldeman.Mr. guests Included the honoree Methodist church met Monday; Goodwin, Special Service Officerof copal ladles on Wednesday night. Orleans that she'll arrive In entire Army are equipped 11111
Blackshear is at present in Miss Betty Green, N. T. RItch, afternoon with Mrs. L. S. Hutto the 66th Division, was also a After business had been trans- Starke around July 3 for a brief| this baby that fires a mere 31\\
r1 military service stationed at Camp Miss Carolyn Green, Tommy and Mrs. T. A. Hunt, at the homeof guest at the dance. acted, Mrs. Wilfred Grono reviewed stay of six days, which is all the Ibs. of- steel and T. N. T win
u Sibert, Ala. Prior to his entrance Ritch, and Pvt. James Dlffen- the former. Julius L. Thorn, director of the the study book on Latin time they'll allow her off from every shot. How'd you n,
into the Army he was) a popular baugh of the U. S. Marnes, whose The meeting was opened with USO-YMCA welcomed the WAA- America. the Naval Supply Depot, where to; aim one of those at Hen
young business man and a grad- home is in Tallahassee. prayer by Mrs. A. Wood, who also CS and the soldiers in the name she's putting In those long hours Schiklegruber You wouij-
uate of the University of Georgia acted as secretary; and Mrs. T. of the USO.Assisting Lunch Stand Reopens while her husband's putting in Well, so would I Maybt) !
Edith Gail Stevenson J. Griffin looked after the finan- the staff In staging longer hours in North Africa we can dream about It tonljtit
cial part of the circle. Mrs. this outstanding affair were host- Clarence Williams, a former L. C. Smith writes from Avon So long See you i In lit
Katherine Louella Struth Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Stevenson George C:Powell reviewed a chap esses from the W. S. O. and the cook at the Guidon Grill, and recent Park that '"We're so far back in next Carolyn..
announce the birth of a daughter -
ter from the book under consider- G.S.O. Among these were: Mrs. operator of the lunch room
Capt. and Mrs. Elmo R. Struth Edith Gall, on June 8 In the ation, "Will a Man Rob God?" Joe Wilson. Mrs. Frank Wilson at the Starke Bowling Alley on
announce the arrival of a daughter Alachua County Hospital, Gaines- _The business session was pre- Mrs. Edward Burns, Mrs. Julius Temple Avenue, is now operatinga
Katherine Louella,. at Fort ville. Before her marriage Mrs. sided over by the president of the Thorn Mrs. Grace Wainwright,, lunch stand at Blanding Center .... .
Benning, Ga., June 13. Mrs. W. Stevenson was Miss Edna Mae society Mrs. W. G. Halle. The Miss Evelyn Stump, Miss Freddie And yesterday he opened the 1
H. Struth left yesterday for a Mosely of Starke. circle chairman, Mrs. W. L. Wimberly, and Miss Margaret "hot dog" stand adjoining the
visit with her new granddaughter Mr. Stevenson is with the arm- Blair, resigned her office becauseof Strlngfellow. Bradford County Telegraph the
ed forces in Africa. being employed at the USO, An active floor committee of one formerly run by O. C. Blum- s
,and Mrs. Halle appointed Mrs. T soldiers under' the direction of. Lt. er. He rents from Mrs. Mae Sis-
'A. Hunt as circle chairman. The Kitchen also assisted.
hostesses, assisted by Mrs. 'Shelly The USO was also very happyto Mrs. Dameron Black of Mont- ff/
Hall, served ice cream and cake have the many Interested civil- gomery, Ala., Is the guest of her
during the social period. lane of Starke'who were present mother, Mrs. W. B. P&rks and Dr.

I Circle Number Two at this dance. Parks. .

T H E A T P tw I Mrs. Titus Olson and Miss Amy
Coburn were Joint hostesses to ir
But if dealer :
FLA your says
STARKE Circle Two, and the meeting was
held In ,the Church School rooms,
where roses and petunias were Carolyn CallstreetWell ; "Sorry,

SUNDAY MONDAY TUESDAY usedfor_ decorations. ... "" temporarily out of JAX"
Mrs. E. K. Perryman, circle ,
-f'I".I.: JUNE 13 14 15r chairman conducted the business (, :' 'Please be patient because .
session, assisted by Miss Coburnas Lois Mrs. A.
folks Guess all the They're kidding (
', ...,<<, "_-c- .{ :.o- secretary and Miss Olive Rayas possible fhave already been Z.) Adkins these days 'cause a We are trying to supply
treasurer. Mrs. J. W. White reviewed made about the WAACS, so Iwon't stranger stopped at her house :
:DID WOAN FLIERSTRIKEFIRS ( the second chapter of'Will try to be witty In reportingon tother day and asked where 8thU. Not only all of our regular,
R; a Man Rob God?", the the topping party given in was Mrs Adkins thoughtand customers
chapter being entitled "Solidfoundations" Long-established
their honor at the USOYMCATuesday thought, and finally confessed -
: Taking a part on night y,>.' ./ 'Twas quiteall she hadn't the slightest idea. demands
the program were Mrs. Bertha to,the goodjt'and one of the Funny part is that she's ., ', But ,, thee .
Pearce Mrs. W. m' Middleton and to been living, for lo these
khakilada present was heard many Of establishments
: ?US.1: military
Mrs. A. F. Sauls.
remark that he wouldn't mind go- years, on the corner of Walnutan'
The hostesses served refreshing 8th! Jus' to show
ing over the top (or anywhere goes As required by
.' Iced tea, sandwiches and cookies
else for that matter (with such how little attention Starkeites
to twelve members present. comely commanding officers as paid to the names of streets un- Government priorities.
The July meeting will be held Lt. Elizabeth Branch an' Lt. Mar- til it became necessary to give
i BLOW 'AT JAPS? at the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. garet Ellis A group of outmost directions to newcomers after the

F. Sauls. rotating Rotarlans-about- arrival of Blanding Hear
_...;;.;.:....._.,_ _. __,_ ___J town Including Bill Clute, Joe Clifton Brown surprised Piney tI tI tI _
Delightful Supper Hoover and Bill Mundy turned out with a beautiful new Baldwin
;-"";;;;" ::;::.1f=- What was this round-the-world: Given For OrganistsAt to help welcome the WAACS to spinet tother day Can't wait When JAX is not '

." girl flier's amazing mission in the Church CenterThe our midst The dance floor to hear her play it for us, soon '
Pacific? Why was her desperate was an unrelieved sea of khaki,, as she gets over her sick spell. Immediately available,
Rev. Mrs. A. R. since the girls ,are not permitted Brilliant Idea: Eva Anderson's
and Bryan,
romance Am.rica'istafe secret?... Your dealer
will probably
such foibles two rows of ornamental
who are directing the new Epis- to Indulge In sissy as
( H.r.'s.xplosiv..xdt.ment that copal-Presbyterian "Church Ser- evening dresses If the first string beans, lining the walk from
r would have been dynamite before vice Center" on Church Street, 90 are a fair sample, I say .send house to street Add similes: Have it the next

the war...but today it's TNTI gave a unique dinner pary for SO more WAACS I to Blandingbutquick As cool and fresh lookln' as Marie Time ask.
r Register In white. you
Camp Blanding officers and men tiauiii; ; "' summer ,

.. t Wednesday' night. The Bryans i r- So keep on saying "Make mine JAX"
,' conceived the Idea of entertainingthe Sympathy to Irma Fluford, who Very disconcerting this Army
v organists from the 23 chapelsat fell down' the ''stair-steps at her habit of callln our boys by their And continue to enjoy the superb
VV, first names, when we've been
Camp Blanding. Ire station apartment and sprained -
Although they are engaged In an ankle But it was almost knowing them' by the middle one I Mellow flavor of this golden
vE the same kind of work, many of worth it, >says Irma, to get I all their lives .
e S 3ug b these musicians! are not acquainted that nice consolation gift of a who'd know who I Frln8tance'l Drink of Friendship.
t with each other, Mr. Bryan whole case of precious: CocaColafrom about If I said
r said. Not only that, but the organists the Starke C. C. Bottling Thomas Hazen, James Dudley,
a'A 1P ]in most cases are also responsible Co. Don't be surprised If I I William Hayes an' Lester MC- ;- =8 Rete#de' 70 tI tI e
V m; a, i1r for the choirs, and it drop around and help you drink Millan? Who'd ever recognize
would do the younger and Inex- one,' Irma Surely would givea I l those as Bruner, Cliff, Ralph, That better beer
perienced ones good to have the pretty penny to be In 111' ole Enos an' Buck? Oh well. you can't get
advice of the older and more experienced New York with Leila Mundy and guess its Just another example of Than
ones, he thought. Jeanette Klncald. Leila went up Army red tape an' regulations, .s JAX no matter
I ki Several of the Chaplains were on another buying tour for her and who am I to argue with the
also invited to the dinner. They shop and Jeanette, who's been Army Can't help but regIster you pay!
IQs + had a delightful meal and spenta visiting In ole entuck, went up a mild complaint, however.
most profitable musical evening, to meet her there Hear they Glimpsed Annie Mae PearceIn
fV'V r with piano, voice and community are stopping at the Astor town Monday, enjoyln' a day
singing Chaplains Ernest R. We girls are still talking about off from the Jax shlpypard where ,TO OUR DEALERS:
Armstrong and Jonathan Edwards shi tolls Surely
nhowtr envy Dooley
Rosalind FredjMicMURRAY the luffly given for Edna We keep
effort to
3 from the Presbyterian denomination Hart las' Friday,by Lily Bridges. Davis' soda Jerkin' Job In Car- are making every
and Chaplain Russell D. Grace Wainwright, Liz Nazwor- you supplied and will continue to

Laycock, from the Episcopal thy an' Leila Mundy 'Twas r. do so. But we know that you under-
RUSSELL Church: were Invited to the din- one of the prettiest given In these TICKET stand that the requirements of military
ner and to speak. Ladles
from parts> in many months and the
the Auxiliaries establishments must also be supplied.
of the two churches baby carriage favors (made by AGENTS
served the dinner. the girls themselves) were clever Sometimes there just Isn't enough

no. end. WANTED JAX to supply everybody. However, we
jriOilR Birthday Party
; For Diana Smith Glad to nee Ethel Sf'weU now\ MEN OR WOMEN pledge that your needs are receiving our
fully recovered ;from that smallpox constant: and most earnest attention.
Little Diana Smith was two vaccination': shot that "laid Apply
years old on Saturday and her her low" for such a spell. O. C. WILLIAM
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Eldridge Glimpsed Bea Harris, beautiful BLANDING CENTER
Smith, gave her a birthday party brunette cashier at the Tip Top, TICKET OFFICE
t at the home of her grandparents, thrilled out of her blues by surprise BUY WAR BONDS
Mr. and Mrs W. P. Smith. arrival of her husband from BETWEEN 1 & 3RELIEF
The lovely birthday cake was the woods of Tennessee Thel
Herbert MARSHALLEDWARD Iced in white pink and green, ma Jennings tells the following
K'o and "Happy Birthday" was embossed one on herself: ,Seems she went
WALTER on the top. Two pink tapers down to see her;husband at Avon GET THE
; CIANNELLI KINGSFORDrr '!shed their soft light over the Park last week-end and he had a SPEEDY SIRE
iitlki DAVID HEMPSTEAD happy scene.. Fruit punch and written her to fbuyt.* ticket to
V. OlnctKkf IOTHAR MEMOES I cake were served, and the young Frostproof nd..get off the bus FOK ACID I
1 saint rut n sum&r.Baum w t .una hostess gave as favors to her there She :bought the ticket / m
friends: tin horns, marbles, fans ill right, but when the bus got NDGESTIONCarpenter's h4

I _.-_. --.'-'_ '. and balloons. to West Frostproof she got off ,.. .?-
-- :: :-- -.v Miss Kate Struth assisted Mrs. and couldn't see tbe'town for the f
Smith in amusing the children: (lack of) houses She finally [ 1 t;:?: .
f and serving hitched 1 B"'J-: :,, ?:::.,
refreshments and a ride the other 1-2 v 1dAX
I -Also- I Mr. Smith took kodak pictures miles to Frost roofl! \ Con- :ttt:,.::: :" '$' '

lot the happy group. grats to Capt. Elmo and Lou ,) ; :W i4jlJtf.k ,
COMEDY: & LATEST WAR NEWS Invited to this pretty party Struth on the arrival of a baby '>\: ::' (.. .. wf.H:::; : :;<">"", ,.. ..,, .....,
were about 15 mothers and their dotter More details In the Drug Store ->>-... : << ',? k% w.k.): <<> -""

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BITS of LOCAL TWO FIRES ON SAME NIGHT Jones, Howell Thomas, at Earl- NOTICB OP APPl.ITiTION. : the assessment of Maid property
certificate No. 341 was
r NEWS I FOR T \ IIKKI under said
I KEEP DEPARTMENT BUSY ton. 4s..ate mil NO. laser: In the name off Inca. Ivey Pollard
Mrs Ray Goodge and little NOTIC-B 18 HEKKBY 'UiVEN: and the a..m.nt off sold prop.erty
two small but I That K M. ackham holder of Ttyr under said I certificate No. 877
I II. Monday night nephew, Ray Harper visited relatives ('erlltlcates" numbered: roNpttrilvxrT, and 370 were In the name off Un-
.. Victor C. Thomas toispend- Miss Carolyn Keene employe The Park Cafa re-opened yes expensive fires broke out in I in Palatka over the week 82 ami tl8 United 4th dRY of July known.
with Lt. Thomas of the Florida Bank at Statue, 'I terday after Starke. The first at 9:43: P. M. A. t>. 18.11. "No. 174 l I.*m. ..it 2nd, Unleim said Certificate shall be
some time being closed for a end. Little Jean Warren Mrs. day of Pept.mher' A. D. 1V40 Num- redeemed .according to law theproperties
btra. E. M. :Thomas, fol- left Saturday afternoon for a week for necessary alterations. was at the Reno (colored) thea Goodge's niece returned home l>.r 190 iNMUvil She 4th day of July described there In will
herr two-weeks' D. Number SG4 tossed the b. sold to the highest bidder. at
A. 1938
departure vacation in tre which is owned Al Man ,
her husband's Tampa. Mrs. Raymond Hancock and by with her to spend a few days. 2nd., day pf 8'.i>t..mb..r A. U. 1IMR, the courthoua" dour on the first
ng weeks ago for an undls- Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Knight recently -I daughter Dolores Ann, returned agua. The theatre building itself Little Alta Ruth Thomas Is visiting Numbeifd 211, J34. 940. ftiT and 379 Monday In the Month of July 1041
rat Enroute to the had as their guest for two Friday from Beach even had it been completely destroyed Issued the Stid. Clay off 8"i>ttnil>*r which la the (th.. day of July A. D.
ed destination. Delray her grandparents Mr. and A. 1>. 1040 has filed name In my 1V43.
embarkation Lt. and Mrs weeks Mrs. Knight's sister Mrs. they had been living with Mrs. would not have been a Mrs. Charlie McKinley In Johns of fir* and nan mad application hated this 2nd. day of June A.
ot Interesting and J. E. Powell of Jacksonville. great JOBS since it is an for Tax I>..<-<] to bo Issued! thereon, P. 194.1.D1'FIt.tAL.
Fred D.
saW many Sellers for the pan several town. held certificate enihrncK the fol'lowing ( PRAJ.) A. J. Thomas
roan in 11 states Miss Arline Dew left Friday weeks. "open-air" show ,house! with pine I I deHcrlhed proper! Clerk Circuit: Court PradtortfCounty
places : "OflnFIJ: : 4-4
orlcal 6-E6
for County of Bradford, $tats Florida. 4t
an extended visit with her slabs and rough lumber used to
Fame civilian with Among the number of Starke Mayes Radio Shop ida. to-wit: "
i Gary Department In Wash- uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. people who went to Jacksonvilleon shut off "free :yislon" from the I NS of NKU 80. 21 Twp. 7 H, U. I K TIIH CO n-OF TUB 'O"1\ITY "
Navy Starke''ov- Melvin Williamson, In New York business outside. Closes For DurationMrs. 21 K.. containing 10 Anre, more or I Jl HIIK. Bit" IIPOHII i'OI\IT\: \
on Tuesday Mrs
In were: .
_- D. C.. was lean. !. embraced under aald Certt .. ....H.A. I* PIIOH.trtC.
? weekend visiting his aunt City. She will enter school while W. G. Halle Mrs. W E. :Middle- But, catching from the film Lois Mayes haa closed her flout No. 112. I. eat KfMt off
he and his cous- there. ton. Jack Halle Mrs. Carrie Ritch the entire film was destroyed Lot 28 In Woodlawn See' IK Twp. *. A. nrlffla. l>mmm.TO .
T. VV Morgan Mrs. H. E. Norman radio repair shop "for the duration 1M.. R 22 E., containing 10 Acre, AL.I. CKEDITOH.S AND PERSONS
Wilson. who spent N. T. Retch Mrs. W. A. Stern and and two projection machines fora oil
IMM. Frank ," she said Monday as she mor or less In embraced under "; rm\ltlc.;. A.vi- J
several days here visiting her daughter Miss Louise Stern. total loss of around $2,000 Haiti Certificate No. H8.Ix MANMrt SAID .
irU Anderson who was on I I"beat" was preparing to leave on her Vim and each of you are hereby. .
brother and sister-in-law Mr. and Mrs. E. P. McCollura who has with no insurance.The >t t of Rlk 3 Town of tjiwtevW notified and required .to present
with: the State Road Mrs. W. B. summer vacation. Opened a I xyears off Ily.. "'..0. 21: Twp. 6 H' It 22 claims and demand whlrhyiiu
I Sewell, and daughter. been a valued employe at the lo- In K, I. embraced under aid certificate any
other fire was the newwomen's
several when her son, James, or either of you *
Miss ago T.arM
for :;
Daphne Norman
I tore returned cal USO for over has ) of A. '.
week a year, resigned wing of the city jail against the estate
returned this I was with her to do the mechanical >4 of NW'4 Rx 14 A In SBPor late of said County to
ago work after spending Wednesday to her home In Rich- her position and gone to (everything happens to Itll.! work It has continued with an Pee' 24 Twp. I 8', It 21 1':., contain ,IvoeaHrd.the County Judge of Bradfordt'nunty
lame land Ga. Visit relatives In i Ins 26 acrea more or lena laembraced hip office. In
Valdosta. Ga. Florida at
which occurred about 4 A. M.
time at St. Aug. interruption or two until Thurs under sold Certificate
I intervening Col. Fred the iourthoiiH of said County at
Harris now stationed
Pvt. James
Dlffenbaugh of the Tuesday. Fire Chief R. C. Butorddldn't No. 120. Starke Florida within eight caleniar -
day May 27. ,
.. I.I embracedunder
at Lot K East r. wley
ne. Camp Blandlng was a lunch- U. S. of the
Marines was the houseguest have far to since the > niunth from the
E. W. White' of Porto eon guest Monday of Mr. and MrsL. of Mr. go In October 1941, before America nald Certificate .u.1o 264.EH first nuhlicatlon of this satire.
rt.. and Mrs. C. E. Johns fire station and his residence are off HBVl of SKI: 8 420 Each claim or demand shall be In
of Mrs. Annie entered the James went to A., Site. 27 6 N' II.
the guest A. Davis; also enjoying the for several this war Ft-13Vt Twp. and shall state
o |Is days week. Pvt. only about four feet from the 22 13., containing 14 Acre, more or writing addressof .
luncheon were Judge and Mrs. E. Canada and enlisted as a radio of relilence and pont office ,
j Godwin. Dlffenbaugh is from Tallahassee. jail. He was awakened by women's lea la embraced under said Certificate the claimant and shall he worn
Mrs. George R. Powof K. Perryman. Col. Harris a technician, and was soon sent to I No. 211. his agent or
and was Henry Godwin returned Tuesday to by the claimant
uf and Investigation I > '
7 R.
screams upon NK14\ of SK 4 Sec. 4 Twp. S. claim
N. C. are guests friend England. Since January of this hi* attorney, and any such
Newton of the Perryman family from a vacation spent with found that two Inmates 22 K, containing 40 acrea, more or or demand not *o filed shall. b*
L Powell and Mr. when he has been with the Royal lena, la embraced under paid certificate -
iMrs. Laura they all lived In Rockmart relatives In Griffin! and Atlanta were about to be suffocated from year No. 334.NK void.'
)lr9. J. H Fields. Ga.Mrs. smoke filling the room. Althoughhe I I I Navy still In his chosen profession >/4 of NKV4 See 20 Twp T H, Maml Aa admlnltratrlx"1. Orlffl. of the
Ga.Mrs. and televlalon. 22 ., containing 40 Acres, moreor
radio R
K .
Emma Canova Estate of A. A.'Urlffi., d..eL.tI4
[r. and MrsI.. Shepherd E. S. Matthew returned was on the scene and his fire- lex. la embraced under a Fraction .
week-end guestllr and daughter Mrs. R. G. Kidd In succession the Mayea Radio of Certificate No. 344.NKfe 4t21.
Sunday from Orlando where she fighting equipment, was handy
as Shop had five other radio repair of ME>4 Par 6 Twp. ft M. R
Char- and Richard Kldd in returned I* (R..IT roi'HT. RRl1)PORn
daughter-in-law."Mrt. visited her he blew the sirento his volunteer
son-in-law and daughter bring take his each 23 K, containing 40 Acres more or COI''''r\', 1".ON8IA8" IX ('II' -
men to place
| C. Shepherd, formerly ofirtln here Monday after spending Dr. and Mrs. H. B. McLendon. fighters to the fire. leas la embraced under said Certificate (''':RY.
sometime In of whom enlisted or was drafted No 377. Kchulta' Plaintiff VII. CarlA
Fort Adeline
Ga.. who left Monday Bennlng Ga., She was accompanied home by According to Mr. Buford one tech Hto of SK4' of 8W"4 Sec S Twp. Schultt. tiefvndant. Cane No...
with R. into the Army as a radio containing 20 Acre. I
husband who Is stalled Capt. G. Kldd. her 8 H.' R 22 K.
iloln her granddaughter, Jeannette Mc had been tilt
of the women smokinga nlclan. more or less, la embraced underaald 4
Air Fieldr V. B. Harrell, who received 66.- ORDER OF PUnLIOATtONANI
at any Army Lendon who Is visiting in Starke. cigarette, and falling asleep It Certificate No. 370 NOTICE TO APPEAR
Salt Lake City. Utah. 000 volts of electricity into his Miss Carol White is spending a fell on her body,. She flipped it NOTICEDe The aaaeaament said certificate. of aald No. properlyunder H2 waaIn STATE' OF FLORIDA to Carl j
I I. Th
whose address rlo ,
Ih* D. P. Carpenter and Mrs. body several months ago. is still vacation with two of her college off Into a basket containing all Witt C. Jones has taken the name of Wm Hlnde; t h ea.aesament A'Hrhult World' of Today Show, Omaha.Nebraska. I

JT. Long returned home thet having trouble. He returned from mates Miss Viola Lewis of Os- the clothes she had with her his 1932 Buick ambulance out of certificate of aald No. property tin warn In underaald the onJuly t I
You required appear
| of the week after a short Riverside Hospital Jacksonville, prey and Mrs. G. W. Underwoodof burning them up and catching the storage the reason being evi name of Htanlev Hrundaare; thewweaament III h.are. 1043 In the hove. named I
It their mother, Mrs. W. last Friday where he was seriously vllle. of of aald property underaald Court and cause wherein plaintiff S
with Br.ook; mattress afire. The firemen pulled dent. "The colored population certificate No. 174 wa. In thename seeks divorce and cuntody of ,!
Jackson of Baconton, Ga. ill for a week. Mrs. A. F. Sauls returned Friday the mattress outside the buildIng Starke has grown so rapidly of of R.said A. Irlffla;; the under asneasment said- Children. Bradford County Telegraph I'I''
and extinguished the fire that merely from a humane standpoint property I In the shall publlah this Order In .'
a after spending a month in certificate No. 120 was name next four weekly Issues, '
Los Angeles Calif., visiting her there. This fire was right expensive somebody must supply them of said Unknown. under The aald avneaament certificateNo. of Wltne my hand and official I

Watch I Your daughters Mrs. Jack Prather and also since It may have with ambulance service" H. C. 2G4 property was In the name of Shady 3rd.eal, at 1943.Stark, Florida, thla June. ,

Miss Louise Snyder. precipitated their ,transfer to the Tucker, local manager for Mr. Green under; the aaneaiirnent said certificate off aald No.property 211 A. J. Thomas

Kidneys/ Judge and Mrs. A. Z. Adkins detention"home,. at Ocala "for the Jones said yesterday. was hi the name off J. IA Harrell; (OFFICIAL:A*HEAD Clerk of said Court? i
duration." "We want to ask the white the aaiiaaament of said p..p..lyund..r I IAltr.
Help Them Cleanse, the Blood have had as guests this week said certificate No. 834 waR Knight A Knight Starke. Florida
continued Mr. Tucker .. fur fit. 8.. 4t 8-al '
of Harmful Body Wade their son-In-law and daughter Mr. population, In the name of George William! .
when placing a call for an i
Your kidney' are eooBtantly flltvrlniWMt and Mrs. B. A. Pope, of Auburn SAMPSON CITYBy ,
Max ShaneOptometrist *matter iron th.blood Urcam. But ambulance to specify whether It
I kidney. ...tlm.e I..in their.orllo Ala. Louise Varnea Is for white or colored patients."
Dot act a. Nature Intendedfail to remove 1
impuritlM that if .retained nay Mre. Tom GruCy owner of Mrs. Jack Rosa and daughter The reason for this request Is kIIi1LaI .iwwJ

body pobon machinery the. t .]lIIte.. and Up..t the whole the Florida and Ritz theatres returned Sandra' and Mrs. S. E. plain since If the call l la not specific : .

Bymptome nay be naf Ring backache, Tuesday from Chicago Jones returned from a visit with the white ambulance will betaken
pereietent headacoe.attaclte of diuin_ where She had spent two weeks
and tires
... Mrs. Jones' son and daughterinlaw and much gas
getting up night .IIiIl. puffin tea
yoer eyes bother you let under the .,._ feeling of nervous with her husband. :Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Jones and extra time will be used in returning Midnight Saturday Sun. Mon

i dltalnMe them end fit you anxiety Other and.,....IOM of kidney of pep or and bladder atrength.dl. Mr. and Mrs. E. O. Edwards: and family in Atlanta, Ga. I I to the Funeral Home for June 13 14 I

h shuts if you need thorn order arc eometiinea burning Beauty or owners of the New Method Clean- Mr and Mrs. E. D. Jones spent the other ambulance, Mr. Tucker I

ran experience.Holiday too There frequent ehould urination.be no doubt that prompt err, are putting a canvas 18 x Sunday with the uncle of Mr. I said. (adv.) 'vuje ;5U r J<47d1'KII;; '!T'is''Alal i

I Sundays by appointment. treatment i. wiaer than 0..1..,. Uee 25 feet, over their trailer to x kg
Doe"'. Pills. Doan't have been winning #
new frlenda for more than forty year. keep the summer sun from ruin-

TELEPHONE S-4S7* Are They recommended bay a nation-wide by grateful reputation.people the ing the paint. And incidentally, THE GREATEST q

the canvas extends eight feet
Aaa migkborl
country ov.r. sour
Iflt Temple Theatre Buildint'met over an improvised porch so that ..1 i

Main and Monroe Streets DOAN' SPILLS the sun will not do them too THRILLS EVER

JACKSONVILLE./ FLORIDA I I much damage either! '

Peterson Miss Pearl instructors Lewis and In Miss BUS Faye are HEALTH I CARE l : 4 TO BLAZE OUT \

spending the summer vacation at f t

their respective homes in Hawthorne BEGINl 1 ? I
I and Winter Haven. aF THE$ II I I

Mrs. C. M. Dennison fit 1 HOME I w

i, Ddb
Died WednesdayMrs.

t, ,
C. M. Dennison 62, died

Tuesday night in the Alachua I

County Hospital Gainesville following I I

a stroke of paralysis. s I
Funeral services were held

Thursday afternoon at 3 o'clockin OFFICE OF CIVILIAN DEFENSE ,
r.rrw the DeWitt C. Jones- chapel In SAYS THE
'hunwJpSI I
Gainesville and interment followed fli ,
and Its
Today your health Is a national asset, J t
G4 t in Prevatt Cemetery
> Illness slows down production -
begins at home.
Mrs. Dennison Ur survived by care

her husband and five children lowers efficiency and uses up the

Mrs. Clifford Prevatt, Hampton; time and skill of doctors and nurses who are 1. t Ft. ) i

-- Mrs. Jessie Sparkman, Gainesville urgently needed for war service. So check up 5 )AI s
; Mrs. Annie Turlton. Gaines "
Island City, N. Y. health regularly the \
l-Oola.VOmpany., Long ville; Avery Dennison, Hampton; on your family ,
Franchise Bottler: Pepsi-Cola Bottling Co., of Jacksonville and Leroy Dennison, Gainesville. O.C.D/S "Citizen's Handbook for War,"

She Is also survived by the following -

NAT A fellow once: told me If I kept H. Thomas. Lake Butler; J. E. MOLD-GLOSS WILLS ARC THE ORDER Of THE DAY

on working as hard as I had Thomas Tampa; N. N. Thomas, Lowe Brotners z

been working I'd soon be the Starke! Mrs.V.. E. Thornton Per Gallon 'i9"Randolph

In the cemetery. I Starke: Mrs. S. B. Dennison
richest man
ua reminded of this good ad. Plant City; and Mrs. Ivy Carter, MELLO-GLOSS $3.50 l

tlcehen I pa-wed by the tttore Valdosta Ga.
,. f< a of one of our prominent businessmen ,
[ who had armed to close on 2 Nursery Schools WALL PAINT y

Thursdays and saw him doing

business at the old stand, open Are Planned Durable sanitary and MELLO-CLOSS has light

I like to make rfl.ctlon qualities which
UM usual. Now Mis. Maude Yawn of Tampa easily washable with soap
good aa the next fellow th beautiful. minim .ye strain and
money tut under the direction of and w t r-
but I always heard that 'I working the State Board of Education satiny lustrs of colorful reduce lighting costs.
can't take U with you" and r
"you was in Starke Tuesday In the Scott
Peter don't give a d-n S.
Saint interests of the care of children r a
about the size of jour bank ac school and pre-school age. '
of age Glenn Ford a Claire Trevor
count. She has charge of the Southwest'

Area of Florida assisting In the Lowe Srof/iers Easy to apply, quick to dry.
establishment of Nursery Schools A tough beauty gloss finish P; Evelyn Keyes a Edgar Buchanan :

A SWELL h&i under the new Lanham Act and PLAX that resists wear and abuse. C
has been "loaned" to the North-
) east section for a short time. PER r I II

GIFT FOR These nursery schools will be THE UNIVERSAL FINISH PINT HOC

operated on funds received from FOR All ENAMELING

the recently-created Lanham Act I,,, i jii SI
FATHERWembley Funds which are channeled first

; I. through the State Board of Education Tut*.. \Vrd. Thun. Juno 15 16 17
9tI and finally through the loute Brother*

t.Jlj'N county boards. Mrs. Yawn was -THREE HEARTS FOR JULIA"ANN

here to assist Dr. W. E. Middle- 4Z' MELLOTONE SOUTHERN MELVIN DOUGLASFri.

ton. County Superintendent of

R.EAST1es Public Instruction, in preparinghis MI AcuwALLnNISN. FLAT WALL PAINT June 18 19
application for the funds and WALLPAPER I -

ptltl. In setting up the necessary budge COVERS poriect It.oftpaat.loolor.areaIt back- "HENRY ALDRiCH GETS GLAMOUR"And

et upon which the school wTH be ml.-with $ O98 lor Gallon -
; XSJS 1'utnlhing..
operated.It w.t.r. Dries
Is the plan to have at least I" 0". hour, r Easy to clean. 2.45, "CALLING WILD BILL ELLIOTT"

NO ADVANCEIN l' two schools In the county one ..........u". ONE GALLON Easy to apply.BUY -

for white children 2 to 6 yearsof

PRICE'. .f age in connection with B. H. -RITZ-J

S.. and the other for colored I
JX..r.t. : children In Reno. U. S. I

STILL 'Iff": The nursery schools, when operated AI- Hun. Mon. June IS U i
11afa throughout the State and "STAND HY FOR ACTION" t
nation by the \VPA. were for 1
$1Sternberg's ijI ((1) underprivileged children; (21) ROBERT: TAYLOR CHARLKS' LAfGIITON J
t children of the armed forces; ((3) ,
workers and June 18 i
Children of defense ; Tues. Wed.
((4) children of working moth FEED & SEED ,
ers. Under the new set-up, however "REUNION


benefit of working mothers, and ,
Kturkr<<, Fla. 'ID1.
Instead of being free pre operated I

on the basis of small fee.





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Whether He Wears A Uniform Or A Blue Serge Suit

He's Still Just Dear Old Dad"

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h DADIf .

If Dad Is Far Away From Home This NEW PAIR OF SERVICEABLE )'F
Year, That Is All The More Reason '
k You A Useful Should Gift

Visit Our Store

Army We Have Dad, And :1 ,
Al: lian Dads, Too.


No Gift $i9:5: ;

Jarman & Nunn ,Bush

$6.85 Most Styles $8.85

Camp Blanding Jewelry

Mother ..

'1; DAD'S
coro.I :
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x 0 a=: BRING US
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roses as re
STORE:1 I ; for the living APPOINTMENT
of atten-
SKIN AND HAIR. PHONE visits from
little Evenings Till 10:30
AND LET US FRESHEN and The Electric
.DAY HollywoodCamera .
brought the

STARKEBEAUTY designed at cards home &Gift Shop Shoe ShopAcross

SHOP : from whom mas he 212 E. Call St. From Park Theatre

cards mark-
for millions of
on that Fa
\ 1 / have ever MAYBE FATHER IS TIRED
ably ex
SPECIALS I e p our sentiments fathers OF MENDING THAT OLD CHAIR
i difficult to put

Day greet
created for
that express
children feel.
on the home t
: the idea "that
rating you get
you'll always
and Stripes"
wartime Fa
e r van c e for
Just Received A Few the i in folks France.back What Better Gift Could You Give Him
Sandwich Toasters, Fans in the pub Than A Nice Easy Chair In Which To Rest
And Reels. These co-operation of
appearing From The Cross Father's which His Weary Bones After A Hard ,Day'sWork
fronts.in canteens ? We Have Luxurious Styles With

.." Bathing Trunks For Men Overstuffed Ottomans For As Little As

Also.A Large Stock While Of Ear $25.95 And Up

Smoking Stands, Card Tables
SEE OUR SHOWER CAPS THAT Table Lamps, What-Nots, Corner Stands And Bibles.






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JUNE 1 94S., BRADFORD (()UNTV !: FLORIDA P\I1E 1'11t l'ft
1)\1', ______________________________________ TKLEQUAPH. STARKE.

I l\ 4'UK'I IT Cot lI'r. BHM>KOHI44MNI ) I Mills Defendant. Case No 2406.
")-, ..1.01.\1 IX lll ,>. ORDRR: Of" PUBLICATION
Colbert W DeCouilren, Plaintiff RTATB OP FLORIDA to: Vest..
ASll1O .... jMni Maria IvCoudre. beaten Mills whOso resident la Sparta."
SUCCESSFUL (dant Case No. 2411. Tennessee
,.. rT1 Riiit| OP PUl1LlI''TION You are required to appear on
AMI. NOTICR TO Afi'KAK i July 6th.. 1943 In the above named
'" 8FATR' OH FLORIDA to: Ann Court and cause, wherein plaintIff I
Nt1t'D' f. Maria. IvCondres. whone residenceIn seeks. divorce Bradford Cou nty
H"fJ ::1 PARENTHOOD HO llano Street, Marlon. Ohio Telegraph shall publish, this Order
You ar. required to appear on;' In next four weekly Issue
JUly 6th, 1943.! In the abuts named Witness my hand, and official
: :"= :::: ::' '" Court and can,., wherein plaintiff I seal at Starke, florid thl. May
A : fi seeks dliorie Hradford County 31.'. 1948.4OFFICIA1..

E:M' :: V/fI./ '. : C I PATRICIA w _. ._ Telegraph .hall. publish this Ordei SRAL) A. J. Thomas.
hi .!v4!if -'lfl# DOW In next four weekly IssuesWitness I A* Clerk of said Court

_.: ::n'idn ': ':''----'' :.."" ;jdL.6l:;:: ; :;:";'.n. __.:.-.......r .:..:...: _y ., :._...:: .. "...,"'_:J I I -I T KM. CATHZRim COD KDWAXMBREAKING : seal at stark my,. Florida hunJ" and, this official Jun3r.l < J. ,8.! Ally Harrison for Plf, Jacksonville.'-4 4t Florida 5.25-

;;;:; Need Good, Children's I Ail II da a. a.. ........ N.. ( ., 1943.tlFlClAi.. SRAI.) A. J. Thomas IV CIR4-IIT 4OII4T-, BHADPOIln4.4MVTY. r
Party Menu A* 4'lerk of said Court, FLOHIUil 111 CHAMtKRY .
FoodsAt William: 1). Morgan, JacksonvIlleFlorida ,
. Wholesome : Atty. for IMf. 5-4 4t13 Dorothy Drown Plaintiff v.. Robert .
Partie Salmon Timbales on Toast r UNDESIRABLE HABITSIn : Brown Defendant. Case No. :
Their Rounds IN ('IIU'I'IT '"M HT. nn i>.Fonn44MNTI
-, FL.OH1II IN !.. I 2415.ORDER
Celery. Hearts breaking any undesirable habIt substitute. In the case of a nine (...:"\. 'N.I ANn> NOTICR OF PUBLICATION TO APPBAR: .

Carrot Strips a pleasurable r.ward must be year-old boy I should suggest his J. 11. Proctor Plaintiff, v*. STATE OF FLORIDA to: Robert l'
Orange Juice with Orange In the offing to insure success. For joining the Cub group of the local ,I Proctor. Defendant Case No. .. Prow, whose address I* Box 344. '
Sherbet adults this reward< can be Intangible Boy Scouts. Right now organized NOTWK TO AITKAK8TATK n'l Victor Colorado.You to on I, ".
such as better health more boys and girls are proving of r.al OK B'LOUIDA to: Fredla July 6th.are, U43.required In the above named ',\
Peanut Butter Cookies harmonious relationships with one's use on the home front so there is Pro..t..r whose residentI I I. Unknown Court and cause, wherein plaintiffsoeks "

Recipes Given family or just a feeling of virtue. more glamour to belonging than I divorce. Bradford Oou ntyTelecraph ,
You are required to appear onJnlv l
this Order ,
But children need the incentive ofa ever before. To further wean the I 6th, 1941. In the above named four weekly publish 1 Issue
from his radio programs, I Couit and cause, wherein plaintiff In next official ; !'
custard Bake in of hot definite gain or a substitute activity boy away ,. Witness my hand and
; cups. a pan seeks! dlvo .' Bradford County .
which gives them even greater offer to listen to them yourself on Starke. .Florida thl June .
water in I Tel shall thin OrderIII .I:43
a moderate oven (330 de- music lesson drys as well as on the arraph publish and I II
than the one they are
frees) for 13 to 20 minutes. Ui renouncing.For pleasure. evenings his Scout group meets. I Wit ntxt,.ess.four my weekly hand: l'"nu'uftl"h.1': I (OFFICIAL A SEAL Clerk: ) of A. said J. Thomas.Court.
mold on toast rounds garnish wit example. I have a letter froma Then tell him afterwards what happened seal at Stark. Florida, this June T Frank Landrum, Starke, Florida
and I in each episode. You might 3rd 1943lOKFlClAI. Flf. d-4 4t o-SlJ
parsley for
; serve. mother of a nine-year-old boy SKAI.) A. J. Thornnn Atty.
Few children would pass up thll who asks how she can break her I think tbls would only serve to keep As 4.lei.k of said .',,tlrt. 1'I I

,4 '' delicious cheese *n bread< dish-it''.. son of the habit of listening to alive the interest ;you wish to supersede William: 1)1 Morgan Jacksonville. IV. CIHCTIT'rFLO'UU."I 4 01 HT. IIHAI IV 4.ll\->V4>HII'OI ; .
: but on the contrary, if the boy Florida, Atty. for 1'lf 4.4. 4t 629IN I %.
delicious and good for them tool radio thrillers-from 4:30 to 0 every ('KHt.Lossle .
evening.In Knows be isn't going to get behindin 4.1144.I.IP ':'OI' 'HIT.; lilt %l>lllll Heard Plaintiff v*. Hubbard
Cheese Fondue. view of the fact that real his serial he will enter more 40lrFl.4 llll)t| IN I ll\%. Hoard Defendant. Case No. 24 U.OHUUIt .
(Serves 6)) children spend two wholeheartedly Into the substitute t'Kill.lohn OF PUBLICATION
',. radio-problem lllchnril Ourr', Plaintiff, vs I ANT> NOTICE TO APP 1Att .
"\ j :t !:" ': S eggs separated '- or three times the number of hours interests of music and scouting. l.Hiira illndys U") 1'1', Defendant. BTATI3 OF FLORIDA to UubbardHeard '
? First thing know his own activities whose resident.* I* fc'aluon.
'> "J'Ar'I : this boy does 'sitting! motionless you Cites Vo 2407.Olilli ,
;; 1 cheese
,..z .t'j.l.ll;.<. ;:;:>:-rJ\: cup grated before radio. I' am inclined to will mean more to him OP \'I'IILlrTIONANI North Carolina.You ,
I ....s: "- 1 cup bread crumbs a his than the second-hand adventures of > NOTll'K TO AITKAIt I are required. to appear on t
agree with the youngster that HTATK' 4>K FI.OItiDA to: Laura July 6th, 1943 In the above namedCourt
1 milktablespoon
cup Indulgence isn't excessive. Moreover radio characters (Omr wboNe resident la Unknown and cause, wherein plaintiff t
Simple parties help make chi 1 butter most children outgrow their Nine is the age, too. when interest You amrequired/ to appear on .nek. divorce. Bradford Cou nty II

ea tt ease with their' friends do Vt teaspoon salt Interest in radio serials in two. or in team play develops. Hereis July L'ouit Gth and, 11143, In wherein the above plaintiffseeks named Telegraph In next four shall weekly publish I....this..... Order ht I

lot toward l )'lng the foundation Beat egg yolks; until lemon co' at most three years, going on to where Father can help by fur divorce cause ilradford CountyTeleirrnph Witness my hand and official. .I
Watch then adult news and comedy broadcasts nishing a ball and bat and coachIng shall publish thl Older soul at Starke: Florida" this June ,
r their social success. ored. Cook: cheese bread crumbi, Therefore the waste of hours Involved the neighborhood youngstersin In neat four weekly Issues. lot 194J ,i i-
Joy playing host an4 hostess aJMt milk butter and salt over low heal, serious with simplified baseball.If Witness my hand and official' (OFFICIAL 8EAL) A, J. Thomas. ".
Is not so as j jJ
< seal at Starke. Florida, (IsIs May A* Clerk of sid Court.
mu. pair Is doing. stirring constantly. Add< beaten ell more permanent, time-killing hab- the boy. however Is primarily 31st, 1043OFFICIAL. 8. Harrison, Jacksonville, 1"101'.f I ".

rate with your ;young ;yolks. Fold in stiffly; beaten whltej. its. studious it won't be so easy to divert I ( SRAL.) A. J. Thomas, Ida. Atty for Plf. '-4 4t ..u '
How do you Pour into casserole We dismiss the problem him with group play. A dog As Clork of said Court '*'f''f'I
well-greased might
generation Are you content T. Flank ].andrunt. Htarke; FIorilaAlly. NOTirn or APPI.traTlONFlaK '.
them clean. get then Bake at 330 degrees for 35 minute here but there are other factors of his own will get him outdoors for Pit. *-4 4t 8-J6 I TA I.KKI z !II
hen keep for other substitutes offer him : $
you to and l
until inserted knife comes out involved. The boy according Iseast.!! Hill No. l :.1>
fI to school and give them some or the mother's letter doesn't play the great adventure stories children IN <'1114'I'IT 4UIIT, IIIIAI>POItl> NOT1CK IS HRUKRY OIVRN.: I'I'I

:tra tutoring when they need it clean. outdoors and rebels at taking music always love if given the opportunity 4 01' \'t.. Fl..>l4ll>.t| IN: "'IIN4 : That W. M Reddish holder ot Tas Snil j Vtdny J JOrtlflcate
Issued the
i English or math An afternoon party; menu may; con because he misses a programen to read or hear them. ) Kill.Motile F. Crosland. Plaintiff, va September No. girt.: A D. 1935, has J

Yea that in itself 1* a big Job slat of assorted< sandwiches. his lesson night. In other words, Have a large Jig-saw puzzle going Ruth: Ann Crosland. Defendant, Case; ::01o same In my office and has ,
all the variety on a card table to attract his No. 2411 made application for a tax deed to
and Cheese for the time being
nd you are doing a big Job if ;yo'Iv. Deviled Egg let him experiment with Sl'ATK OF FLORIDA" to: Ruth be Issued thereon Hald, certificate
in smooth runnlnier Sandwiches.S and balance she has tried to give interest. Ann CroNland whose residence embrace the following described :
.i that part .8374 his life are endangered by this chemistry, physics, magic cooking Route No. i, Charleston. Ullh property In the County of Urad ford. 'I
Notice I didn't say whole! hard- ooked eggs engrossing appetite for the radio. no matter how much troubleit CarolynaOHDKIt. tate of Florida, to-wit: ,

b. because unless ;you provide foeaith7 1 tablespoon dry mustard 34-4. Now getting back to the proper is for you. Then make a deal AND NOTH-K OF PUBLICATION TO APPUAIt I Lots 17. Is In Woodlawn Section IIKn ',it,

recreation and play the H teaspoon salt Youthful Lines method of breaking a habityoumust with him. Give him his choice of You are required to appear on II.,"t Township. containing 8 20 Houlh acres.' Range I

:hid li not getting bli rightful shan 1 teaspoon Worcestershire sauce Pattern No. 8374-Worrying about definitely make it worth while the two or three radio thrillers he July 6th., 1941 In the above named The assesstnsnt, of the said property .

nd itart In life. I slices buttered wbole wheat how you'll look this spring with for the child to give It up.' You can likes best out of the six he has Court and cause,Ilradford wherein Con plaintiff: ntyTelearnph under the .alol certificate 1.'I'
seeks divorce sued, In the name of W. U '
Future Americans must be a so bread those extra pounds ;you put onT of course forbid ,the use of the been listening to, if he will spend shall publish this Older Hlnney.I'nioHH 1 was. ,I .
There's no need to. for here's a radio but the"fuming resentmentset 'the rest of the time in other activities. In next four weekly Issue. said certificate shall bereileemeii :
!al! as well as business success: 3 wafer-thin slices of Swiss-type suit that will conceal all! Every up In the child would< be more He won't be won over In Witness my hand and official I accnrdlnsT to law I the ;-M I/: "
to be wholesom cheese the radio sent nt Stark, Florida, Ills June described therein will he lH
could week. but before long property
thing about it assures a more youthful harmful than' the 'programs a 'V]
I 2nd 1943.OFFICIAL. sold to the highest. bidder at the ,
and happy To< Watercress slender look-from will have become one of many In. I 9
1 flattering possibly be. ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas.An courthouse door on the first Monday -
prepare the chile Dill pickles V-neck to simple. comfortable skirt So offer him a really fascinating Urests Instead 'X an ov,.esslon.IN lerk of said Court. In the month of : 1941. .1
.. Frank I.andrum, Slarkc.! Florida. which Is he Sun day of Jury, tll4a. v.j
for this ;you must Pattern No. 8374 is in sizes 34. 33,, Itt
,," Cut eggs crosswise and Into for Tlf 0-, 4t -..i5IN j Hated this SlUh day of Miiy 1941. 1<' ,
(i provide him with 38. 40, 42. 44. 46 and 48. Size 3fl .I. Thomas
halves. Mash yolks and blend will! 4'1114 I II' 44MI4T. lilt \lIt'OIlIl (OFFICIAL SEAL) A.
1 a social and eec takes with short sleeves.% yards toe \'I"%'. Fl.4>llll> tl I'N 4.IIINt.ltl. ciii4iir ('oln'r, Slit nVoIUI) Clerk of circuit Court of Dradford hf"
mustard, salt and Worcestershire 39-inch material; 2 yards machine- : (' Mr\. F..nn.\1 IN lIA4. County Florida. 6-28 4t -18t ',11\\'.

i.j. A reatlonal outlet- sauce mixing well. FlU the whites made ruffling to trim. HLOMSEHOME ntlx-l I'orfllnirrr. Plaintiff v. 4'IHV.LoulM: Plaintiff vs Alice ( ,:
iloodman. ,
43 and that mean! ,' ItrfvmluntCane \ 4" "IT.'r 4'01'It T. ...t'UFo.ln iMMMIt
.;1'7. Cut eggs into thin slices and arrange 1'hlllp 1) I'- flinnt'i, h:. tloilman. Defendant Case N... ,, Ui'
)\. an occasions No. 2500.rmmii 3400 <. .011''' ''' IV 4-ll "N- .
( ((4\ to which tc on three slices of bread. Tot! 4>r' purtLifATioNAM ORDER, (')ti' PUBLICATION I ( KIlT J
party egg slices with cheese and a seconc I' NOT1CI TO AI'I'KAIt: AND mmcn TO API-UAH Myrtle Phillips, I'lulntlff vs Harry I'll'I. .
Invite ;youngei piece of bread. Cut In halves anc Nam_ 8TATK. OK FI-OKIOn to Philip HTATH: 4)K KI-OHIDA to.; Alice .. rhllllps Dofundunt. Case No. '\
friends[ so the child is at ease ir It. whntia homo aitilreH n Ooodman whose residence Is 9411 .
garnish with watercress and dill Addre". Ix 1r..Wlnl'I'jI; (,) UnHfl, 11. l>. I, bnknownYou oitrum 01" rirnLicATtoM ,
bis role as host or hostess. NII.llb..th.I l'..ii hey I Va ii lit. HIU! whonniHlnlneKH are required to appear on I ANt NOTH'H TO APCHAIt *1
There's a certain excitement atchildren' pickles.A aililrnxH IM It....... 313 I VM July 6th., 1943. In lh.t above named Si'ATII OF FLOltlDA to: Harry
citrus fruit drink Is refreshing 2ty cDaueAutbot : t'. A., parties which easily upsets fine for keeping up young spirit! Jy Elmira New York. s. tkH tllvorte: 'ur'it: ,: <. o u nty \1. 102 Wesrfleltl "tIEred r
their tummies, and the Ujsl: at play dur Nam. of paper_ Vnti are required to npppar on TelfKruph. shall publish, this Older, \ &rs'enville( South Carolina.You .

way to handle them is to have nourishing ..::1 ing busy party time Pattern No_ Bize_ oJ Si.t.. Mary'* Kitchen July 6th nuil. 1041.(''cause In wherein the ulmv plaintiff.niinifilCourt In Witness nxt four my weekly hiind' Issues and. offIcial" July 5th.are, 1943 required, In the to above appear named on 1' 11

wholesome food. rather thar"partifled" Keep all the flavor *e.kft di vor'u. Hradford Cuunty'J'.I".rnl.h sesl at Htarke Hoi'Ida. thin May Court und tause,tlradford wherein Cou plaintiff nty'si.otraph
seek divorce
this urtlvrIn 28th, 1941OFFICIAL
dishes which will upsel In the orange 0 nd 19 cent* In coin (for By MARY E. DAGUE nxt four shall weekly luiMlnh I la"""H.WltneHH ( HKAL) A. J. Thomas. shall iiuhltsh Ibis Order .
them even more. You'll find cooperation official" As Clerk or said Court, In next four weekly lasueuWitness ,
e _--. plus valuable each pattern dcalrad to-u Its time cucumber seed if my hand and
Juice to sow my hand, .n,1 l official'
Mtarke Florida.Atty
T Frank i "
thin May '',
from other mothers if you vitamin C by squeezing it onlj Patricia Dow Patterns you want some of these cool vegeta 21 m-ill 19 at 43. Mill-kit, Florida for 'I'tlru': .j.4 4t 0liJIN seal at Htarke, Klotlda this June
let them know you will do every. serving To have chilled bles for slicing and salads. Of: A. J. Thomas. 1st.: 1141. '
before ; .
Just .. OFFICIAL SKALt: A J Thomas
Court ('Jnt'l'1 1 It)! 'r. lilt\DKOKII
thing to make her children at ease. course cucumber vines do take up a As Clerk of .
Juice. chill whole oranges in refrig W. 17th SI., Nsw Ttk. N. T. (UF 'JI'IAL RKAI.) (' Let your decoration be a bit fussy before extracting Juice. lot of apace but they give an enormous Knight & Knight, hark: FloridaAttvs 3. S Harrison Jacksonville, Flor
and party-lsh of course. but keep erator return for the amount of room for Plf 5-211 .t 6-1* Chas 10. Mills, Plaintiff, va Vesta ida. Atty. fur Plf CI.t 4t -Ha
take A few hills will -
to the sensible on the food. Have they up. supply
Tit AI-V SCUKDULE an abundance for table use anc
table favors. of course for this
Southbound pickling too.
carries out the theme and the chtl- . The hills should be made four
No. 107-935: : A. II.No. .
dren adore it. It stimulates shallow Those Who Serve for Victory
| conversation 191-11:15 P. 5!. feet apart each way. Dig a Serving :
and keeps things going hole where you want each bill *y
No. 1 -11:40: P. 1\[.
iiimoothly.. Add< a shovelful of well rotted manure -

Fresh salmon steaks may be used NorthboundNo. or compost and work it well

(In making the flaked salmon called 2-4:46: A. M. into the soil. If these fertilizers THE CHEVROLET -MECHANIC
aren't available use about a poundof
A. M.
for In this No. 192-5:21:
recipe. Serve it on small working it
commercial fertilizer
toast rounds and the children will No. 32-1:13: : P. M. (Petersburg:,, weU into the soil. Make a hill about

adore it: Va.. and beyond) three or four inches high and< about 'nine more limn (*vi'r-t>*m> 177fl iim,ririf"n irttr effort
.Salmon Tlmbale. No. 44-2:30: P. M. (Peterburg-, 15 inches in diameter flat on top, .--

(Serves I) Va. and beyond) The earth should be very fine and

4 etc, sllchtly. beaten No. 108-6:0S: : P. M.Vannee of course you' have made it very' '

I cops milk \ Branch to Bell Fla. rich.You
: stick the seeds into the I
I cop bread crumbs N<>. 101 leave Starke 7:00: A. :M. ground can to a depth of half an inch or H J* CIVIUAN DEFENSE MEDICAL

34 teaspoon salttablespoons No. 102 arrive Starke 1:45: P. M. you can sprinkle them around over COMMUNICATIONSCONSTRUCTION SUPPLIES

I chopped pimento the bill and cover them with ar MINES

I pound salmon flaked CHUUCH DIRECTORY OF inch of loose soil, firming it down ..yt. DOCTORS OIL WELLS

I teaspoon paprika -- SERVICES gently. .-. ELECTRIC POWER POLICE CARS

I tablespoons shortening Wholesome drink with a party FIRST BAPTIST Some gardeners of lanir.tandlngadvi.e ENOINEERINQESSENTIAL PUBLIC HEALTH
I Re". A. K. .. .""..*. Paster sowing radish seed with the ,. I PUBLIC SAFETY i
teaspoon onion juice air bs this cool glass of orange juloclopped Isle N. \ValMt *tr..( cucumber. The theory being that WORKERS

a toast rounds prettily with orange sherbet, Church School tU: A M. the radish seeds sprout quicker than '_ FARM SUPPLIES FED CROSS
ParsleyAdd of mint and whole Morning rg.r.IOO: A. M. insect FARM VETERINARIANS ACTIVITIESSCHOOLS
decorated sprigs B. T. U. : cucumber. thus attracting any __, I ..1 1
butter and bread crumb toot raspberries. Orange float will keep EveningWorship 8:00 P. M pests that may be lurking ,,J HIGHWAY MAINTENANCE
full ol for vitamin Wednesday Worship 8.00 P. M. and giving the cucumbersa I INDUSTRIAL MANAGERS SHIPYARDS ,
milk then stir until all soaked. ,rim cool and pep. around< :

Add slightly beaten C helps mitigate effects of heat. FIRST MKTHODI1TR chance to sprout unmolested. _ INDUSTRIAL WORKERS SURGEONS I : ,
i. C. Powell. Pastor When the cucumber plants get LUMBER CAMPSMACHINERY TECHNICIANS j
eggs, flaked Orange Sherbet. IM ft, Church Street their second or third set of leaves VITAL SUPPLIES ,
salmon (steam Church School 10'00 A. M well established thin them .
m caps sugar it 00 A. 51.Young and are WAR PLANTS (
fresh JL- Sunday Worship : MEAT PACKERS
salmon 8 strongestIn
to water People TOO P M: out. leaving only the four
10 minutes, then C.L'4 : J cup whites stiffly beaten Evening Worship 8:00: P. M the hill and remove the Tad ishe. and many other trades, businesses and professions ,
!lake ; :2 egg Worship 8:00: P. M. the .
), pimento e Ld&1 Wednesday Begin to cultivate as soon as J- whono products and services are Important to '
'alt. paprika :2 cups orange plants are through the ground and i
onion tablespoons lemon Jnlce ST. MHK'% KPIUCOPAI.Ke keep the soil loose. Cultivate regularly the war effort.
Juice. Iteetora
Pour Fred Yerkes.
Into buttered timbale Boil sugar and water together for : M N. Churvh Street as long as there is room to '
egg.whites slowly Church School 10:00: A, M. work around the vines. It won'tbe S.
Beat _
or J I minutes. 00 A. U. all :i '
greased ingredients Sunday Worship 11: long before the vines spread
and add to fruit Juices. Mix all Sunday Evening 7:30 P. M. and will haveto
7:30 P. It. over the BUY {
and pour into freezing Holy Friday Day: Evening 10:00: A. M. pull the weeds by hand. _______ /4. (If'
tray of mechanical refrigerator. Striped beetles are frequently a % 1\\ '
Lynn Sayst Freeze stiff then beat thoroughly. FIRST PRE' BVTERI V damage to cucumber plants but U. S. WAR BONDS ,)'. ,
compartment and< Rev e..... ... Allen.' Faster be controlled by sprayingwith \
Return to freezing lUll North Cherry at. these can _
Sandwich Ideas: Cream cheeseor freeze until stifl.'Peanut Church School 10:00' A. M Bordeaux Mixture or by dust- AND STAMPS .:'f 1

cottage cheese with olives and Batter Cookies.Makes Sunday Worship 8:01)11:00 P.M.A. M. ing with an Insecticide.As .
Senior Crusades the cucumbers reacha
I mayonnaise., ( :2 dosen) Intermediate Youth 8:01): P. M. soon size as pick them because the the which mil- .:-i :
Peanut butter. honey and crum- EveningWorship' 7:00: P. M.ST. usable the faster others IllS SKILL helps to maintain cars carry '

bled fresh ;yeast, on whole .wheat 1H cups flour sal FnwAttn'4- rTiioi.ic more grow. you Use the pick small ones for pickling lions of war workers to and from their jobs, day after day 1C'1 Ii.

or enriched white bread. H teaspoon Rev. Th... J. Marpbr.. Fastur and the large ones for slicing. .

Peanut butter and chow chow % cap honey corn syrup: Early ]Mnoit Teeaple 1t:00: Aves A. to.e. Cucumbers have a way of hiding HIS EXPERIENCE helps to preserve the trucks which k ;
on 3 tablespoons ... leaves of the vineso
enriched white bread. J1lt.. .1.' under the broad "Iin 1
Cream cheese and I K cup peanut butter Sunday' Mass 9:00 A. M. be sure to look carefully for vital materials to and from war plants. building ... 10 s f
orange marmalade shortening Week Day Mass 8 00 A. M. littleas carry "' ''. '''. 'L
the vines as
54 cup them. Disturb a/. "'. :
on raisin bread. for fighting men. I
the fruit. and e4uipmcnt our Ih.
Apple butter possible when ;you pick arms ;II S
Mashed liverwurst chili sauce KIN'O'l-KY LAKE n'PTI THev. vines will blossom and bear at 17e4tca., .,".
mayonnaise on whole wheat or Sift all dry; Ingredetats H. IM Till.... Faster The if are careful the and trucks of hardworking by
add to peanut Services Every HundaySunday : the same time so ;you SERVICEhelps to conserve. cars 'kllled I/e"/"JI
rye bread. shortening
Cream Add School-to A. M. not to step on them or injure them Check_ '
Minced corned beef or sliced wtter. honey and corn syrup. Morning 'Vor.hlp-II A. M. in any way when you pick the cu- farmers who are feeding America and her allies. 101'l"/a" 'P .t 'el/II.
tongue roll dough into size you prolong: their sea ,.
with horseradish on ryeRoquefort and cumbers you can 'S",
breII'd. Prefer for finished cookies. Chill Fr%IJ'WE iTl. fJO"'.PKl.TtHPKN son. 'C/e, d, tOil'Ci0...
Cut into thin slices .%tl.r: e./e'.... .
cheese celery and for 15 minutes. Service. each Lord's Day, "' ,.,
Worship "/
of them with apple. but- lOTirK OF IITK''''THUT TO.4'rl'.OI" SCe YOUR LOCtLCHEVROLET Oee Po :; ',
mayennaise. on white bread or on and top half second slice ol UR1bltr'Schoot1 P. MHvanaellstlr HKI.IIIKII ... X C'II-J PilI., '.
Celery as a garnish for salad. ter. Cover with a Bake S..rvlc8 I'. M. Notice In nvrwtoy 'given that the Or1I1".tJOII. ""/ea
Watercress on thinly sliced! laugh and seal as for a tart Tuesday-Bible Htudy: 8 P. M. In nd..Fignd. under the provlnlona DEALER .
) for of
(323 degrees lxlnn! Hall.'e.sn..lllyc'hlltlr..n's. at Chapter 2013.1.
white bread rolled and kept in n a dow oven \\ Bible L.... Act. of 1941. will r"lfl..r with

w refrigerator 20 in damp cloth for 15 13 minutes. son Thursday and Choral-Victory\\'ork-4 Prayer P. ]?.(.roup'rr.ja ind th* Clerk for flrndfurd of the Circuit County Court FlorIda.h. In, SF.KVICE ON AM. MAKES OF AHH AND TRtT.KS

minutes. planningwth / name of Wonder Gift
having difficult" t M fictitious
/ -
Finely chopped figs or raisins rnNIt Ae you poutu? t U tchW! your _Evanr.Ilstlo MeetingIcutneil Shop under' which lu.in.ss we are at enttait'dind 114 $o.rhompaon .

with nutmeats. mayonnaise and ? Lynn Chamber can give you pAr. doingl ft. tttarke. Bradford

lemon *"ice on white brownread. i.ut.I # writS he' ,nc".UI/I/ atwplped. OP CHRMT' bounty Florida. Co.
he'p .e/-4ddru" ...lIe'1/ lor 0.. BI..... West of I'. .. H.. That the said buslnesx la owned Torode. Chevrolet .
01 her e.urraNfIfAI..p tatlos ind operated ty the following Interested .
Hard-cooked eggs, celery and our rep'y. in care 210 South Pea- U,... B. ('..1." Kvs.*ell. .t par tie*: \V'. T. !tudd.Sta.k. ,
mayon.aia. on wnolt wheat uread. p"'Ws SIT,'". Chic.go. 1LLUtOLO. .", : lnt1uW'or, 1t0I'A.; M I Starke, Bradford rounty Florda Starke Florida'c.
,Uu. 1:311: P. M 1943. ,
R.I..d by W'Stt'H.wIP.pe K.enlnaWarship this ttth day of May ,
Bible Study Wednesday S:00 P. M. l-Jl, 41 '-li


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I AROUND Met MondayThe No.3-Effectiv8 June 6, 1943

R. Carradine Jl County Board of Public Instruction ...1COMMODITY ._. i' COMMODITY :.In"110. COMMODITY 'I:::_. .COM MODITY'-;;- .. ,

had a few routine COMMODITY _110. __ lie,
only _ _
SKTTLEDTHAT allow Lawtey to conduct one for mattets of business to take BEEF LAMB- PORK READY-YO
WAS ENIIANOKRING: white people. All this was advanced up at its meeting Monday morn BEEFSTEAKS MUTTON EAT MEATS

for the erudition of Dr. ing. The resignations of a few COOKED BOILED
Abrams. That gentleman a very teachers over the county were VARIETY AND BARBECUED '

months It became heartily agreed and likewise two or 11 Brains..................... 2 STEAKS AND CHOPS C nt r CIIopS............_ t
Some ago wise BIIt.
accepted, .
man .
young ...... .... ......
apparent that Interest In the with our observations and the three new teachers were elected. II H..rts.................... 4 loin Chops._.............. t End Chops................. 7 HrI.d:'-=n.,1I, ,"ha, r.I ii'I 1*

following plan Is the outcome of The Board received a request T.Bos.------------------ 11 Kldn.yi..........;....... S Rib Cbacs..7/ Lollt- on.1eu. filth and H : ''In IIICII. :

Lawtey Clinic was lagging. That the discussion. Dr. Abrama will from Mrs. Edna Hart for a Rlb-KMndi cut............ 10 Users.................... cured' OIIIr............... 10 Han'butt.n."S.......... II
la a natural questionable attribute :- r..s... .............. S nder1oln.................. 10 H.m'-sh.nll.nd. ..
continue through next Tuesdayas year's leave of absence, which request Rlft-7-lncli cut............ 11 S.tII ... ,
of small towns when the before and will attend a spec was unanimously granted.Mrs. Slrtoin..........:......... 11 TailS((01 Joints)............ 1 ugChapsandStlJkl..7 Hlllllon.ln..::7S1k...... i; HaljIoAhiss: ..... a ;4. IIIed,

novelty' of a civic enterprise ial meeting of the Lawtey Council Ellen H. Law was elected Slrtotn-tantlen........... 12 TOIII\I8.................... 5 Sllouldlr / $ 6 Picnic Should.r-iMMitii" U
... ................. 1 .11I.. ; ftssli and cured .n" :
off, but In thin Instance were : when he wUl ask for the support teacher In B. H. S. for the 1943- ROIIIIII. ........ 12 Trtpe. Should:- n"ai, :

wears forced to with this of the people .of Lawtey 44 term and Miss Eloise Duncanwas Top Rouml.V""I!........ 12 pig::flit-Done I..... ..
agree this health with the following provisions and chosen as a teacher in the Bottom RoumJ. ............ .12 Sirloin ROASTS Iaescud Patkgg 2
backward step. When The clinic will Round Tip : ... 12 Yokl, R.w.. LoIlt-wllolt'II'onndcuts."' 7 sIIltddlll. :.. Iess........
operate School.
: Bradford
Elementary U
center was born the town council VEAL oII.In..... .......... S Spiradis,cooB
Chuck $ ..
assumed the expense covering starting Monday, June 21, 2 to The Board also received and FUnk...WouIdw..A..... Yoke, RIUI! *u'-i.or .: j'. ...eII.............. I.
'? rent and lights. At that time it 3 P. M. for white only with accepted the resignation of Mrs... o.-..... H.---........ -d. 'e.vai.t
that the center hours for colored being 3 to 3:30P. : Eva S. Gornto teacher in the ; au..7 ,...
was understood as Chuck or Ham'-ahank' .nd. -.1: pelt .. III,
: would be operated! for the betterment M. and every JJonday there I Brooker Junior High School and ROASTSRlbitamflncMM STEAKS AND CHOPS cut-boll.ln, ? HIIIIontlm.wholur"" s '.d7.tei. ...

of the health of the coun after. A number of new innovations Miss Catherine Young as teacherIn box on) isle Chuck or pail------------I. HamloII.11SS iiic.s1Q it-. '""II -.t
ty. Naturally the supporters of medical augmenting service will the be Instituted present- Lawtey Junior High School. (10"" cut)._.....:.....:... t Rib Chaps..I cut-bonlllss Should.-wllole or shank/ ..,.....I.lhepoinhaluo"Z

the movement expected the social The auditor's report for the Blade i mb- ndln| (thins Clluck or 1I11IOJ/cnlc/ ) bOMIII..Sboel .........lheunc.......
part to take care of Itself, but and the public will be Dene- Board as of November 30 1942, M)(W" ( cuton.ln SlIould.-sIIInUIII(picnic) In.which j it ia....:.."7
fitted no end by this plan shouldIt cut.C Sirloin SteaK or Chops...... Iii----------
each ( Ia sold .'
when the center opened hoj.'
was presented and ordered filed
Tuesday It waa found that the be installed. There will be no as a record of the office. A motion s boneIeu..5' i ;i ; .:!.Q"j

colored people predominated as discrimination in' the service to was passed to the effect that i h, ROASTS BUI. and Fian IIuttonalll............. 7 ihu.cleralictel.:

recipients of free examinations ''I the white and colored and with Dr. W. E. Mlddleton. County 9 RUm llldSlrl llt-bonelll__ .5 tell-llan.ln. .V SIIouIdar-lluU 11.11 (Bostoll.-
segregation of. the two races it .11 and Slrloirt-llanllleu. 7 SAUSAGE
be Rump
etc. This was, In a way, to Superintendent, meet with the Q'ait------------------- / '
expected, but It was. also discovered -I will not only bear the good will committee in .7 ...._.......... ............. 7 sis -Iin.in J .
of the town but will tend to eliminate Joint planning the R I Shouide.-bGflI hi.......... PltUSS-i.-; i" .. Dii SIUSII..H.rd: TgiuI
of that whit there. and was colored.no segregation This opportunity for friction. Bradford amount to be paid Health to the Clay. c:: ; i :: : : limb from nlClIslIankl' c:::: "' laiiirgChwcKdfhouldIfbOflS

County Unit .. ptrant..,
The clinic will also be placed "Is 9 S.n
was not to the liking of the up- and that the amount not exceed breatttand n $InH.dry ': Typical
Lawtey population and Dr. Malrnlm on a self. upportlng basis. The $300. 11mb trlmmlnls. 6 $ items irs C.n&at. Pn

jJ4 Ford was advised of the charge will be 25 cents per person Should.r-bOfleiS$1..S. RollandMortad.Iia., .. J
fact. Dr. Ford Interested solelyin per visit. This will defraythe STEWS AND OTHER CUTS :::::::: : fmll.SmokldlndCOOQd

which Is expanse of the clinic, it is WAAC Officers VARIETY MEATS. SlulIl'" Typical I I iss
public health, per hoped and at least lend some Short Ribs..S .. .l'IInl..................... .2 u-BMlU3------------s Ire Po'k'S lftm.
to ( .... .
t( fectly natural, was unable respect to the movement. Cer. Speak At RotaryLt. .. Hurls.................... J 8010111I :: ,
clinic Pfats-OMitas.-.. 6
.' eee that to continue the > and Liver Saullp.l:
! The tainly everyone thinks enough of Elizabeth H. Branch Brisket-ton I H
segregation was imperative. commanding Is..S : CIIIII Coa Clme(Brick)
clinic continues to operate but his or her health to spend a officer of the new Brfikat-bondtM........... 7 'rau I: 100% cut .

with a dwindling white attend quarter when necessary and if WAAC detachment at Camp Flank Moat. 8 1IIIt..................... I
ance because of the lack of racial they do not., it is strictly their Blandlng. wall guest speaker at 5 Breast-bo'ISles.S "u..4 GroulZ! : Not hmthisgO%

segregation. It must be understood concern until their 111 health becomes the Rotary Club Wednesday and 7 't.:.................. I
that regardless of the a menace, at which time gave a graphic description of the ) 7 / GroupS: NotIsssthan5 %

Eleanor Clubs now In existence authorities will step in. It is useful purpose thIs auxiliary of .S ..................... mui [lOSt .Sauujs 01 Ia.

,, that decent Southerners still, and trusted that the entire Intentionof the Army is serving by replacingmen -. 7 Chlttadlngs..1 lilt lI..r .......hj&hlf.. I
the movement will\ be under 'acort-sl.U or pia.rllld on. 7 Lan..1
willever, Insist upon racial seg in clerical and other routine I: L u Ih11l5O% IIuI
regation. At the same time there stood and will have the supportof Jobs. She was accompanied to the Nub-bonuS---------------. Bacort-slab or Pl_. rind 011.. S HurtS.............::::::: S G.P. 11II11 20% mat;

is no Intention of racial discrimination both white and colored. meeting by Lt. Margaret Ellis, .._.................. 'Icort-sllotd. rind Souni and H.ld Ch-
H..rts................... 5 8acort-Clnld n Kid1157.1 Includ...rllirdl.ssolhip.
In that feeling, belief and her. assistant.
Mrs. J. Henry McDonald of ''There / KIdneys........ .......... 4" or sliced .... Sweetbreads................ 2 "meat" contlnt..........
:: Insistence. With this thought in Washington, D. C.- Is here for an are now 90 WAACs stationed Uw rs...................... 8acon-rin.d.I.. ..- cii---------- 1 Mill..................... 4 a'=M.... ssi..t.scee as..

mind we were approached by Dr. extended visit with her hus at Blanding, Lt. Branch I .. wlllb..dl.. ....... ......... C 'icon-plill Tlill....................... 1 -f. __ .,. -... Or.._.,

: L Ford R. and Abrams the who direct succeeds question Dr. H.band's McDonald.parents, Mr.:Mr. McDonald and Mrs. J.Is said, and as the soon number as more will trained be increased / 6 Tonen,.............. ........ 5 nqce.. ....., t Snouts.................... 1 ,.......11I.0",....hi..w.1oII.

,\ ; was asked why Interest In the radio auxiliaries are available. Fi
a and Is Manyof tIn
operator connected
MIlAn ... ....
"" c- .nd hi PMr
clinic waning. We ( .n
was unqualifiedly with T. W. A. Airlines in the these have been assigned to ( II. : (intln.rlm ilL __llcall"...,... ilL -
I ::j.r por .05511. .11 ,,.,
i advised that the clinic Capitol City. Camp Headquarters, and others ) :. C41nh.._) : .;!!..!. ,.,
could expect no further assist Pvt. Hughey Austin have gone to various parts of o
ance or moral support from th> son of the Mast Sp..dl.. ..._..... .S Bonito.............' Lard..s CHEESES-Groui 11. Uon.d chlilSllla Gasp
Mr. and Mrs. camp as are now almost
City of Lawtey until the question to his Henry camp In Austin Hattles-, returned 200 Jobs In the Army that PI I I Fill, bonl In... ... 2 Mxk.ral............ SI.d, Ind i Coollinl: :..:0111: Cream Chess........ S lilacs:.................. I

i of segregation was settled. I burg last week. WAACs can perform, Lt. Branch (1 plnl-1 I pound)... 5 Nsutchat........._... J Swiss
Fill bon.l sllnd Ost.u........... .. Back
" P'II J
l This town resented the fruitless Joe L. Harrell, Jr., of Jacksonville raid. She stresed the need for ,M.rllrln.... ........ 5

;' effort to change Southern customs spent Tuesday here with more women to volunteer for the Cutlets..3 .5 mon............... 8 8uner......... ..... CUlmld c... Coltlll Llmburlsr Munsler

"i If that and question would was not tolerate not solved It. I relatives.government Joe project.A Is employed. on a service replaced so that and more sent men into couldbe the .S P ::::.. ............. Slldlnel............. 8 Eupollt.d lIenud MilL.Con..... 1 tar 11011 thin(containing 5'70 but Club Grlted.D.hldraltd

::1 I the towns clinic to conquer.could to The hunting mixing other of "Ironhead"letter in this week from field.As balM..2. Sausage I In Oil......... .. 4 SlIrtrnp............. .. tin 5a1d any h.rmetlcall conla.n.r), An ra Goudl(dam
Keefee B. Harrell adVises
Circuit Court Is now In
,' color would not be tolerated here. Tansies I ............... Z :=- := siricli I Smoked
he is ready for a real partin session here, the following dls- Tunl............. ... I .. : and IIaU.n
The health of the wi. Je tat..3
negro race the war. gulshed on Tongue. Bul f limb .t .
guests were present Vutsr Gmk
( .
means nothing to the town of Albert Galloway of Sea'rcy, the Invitation of County Judge Pork, VII".'.., .:,. 7 YeUGwTli1. ........ .. :.-:.:.. ...:..:.. I Group ii 81uI'

fq I1 that Lawtey It Is for Impossible tbe simple to reason obtain mother Ark., Is, Mrs.here Annie visiting'Dlnklna.his grand. Court E. K. Perryman A. J. Thomas and Clerk: Circuit of the .. Vlennl SauSl11 ..._. CHE I;inJ$tS-Guup(AmJr'.an I.). S tolal taken. CIIII.1ll1Itrt Brie

the services of a colored personas I New military arrivals here Judge John A. Murphree, State's All Oilier -J M,ro IKts 5O'41fl' eIIHsel.........._.._ J Liedsrkrirtz
servant because of the labor lug 3Q plrClnt tr mcs Cottage chests, and
I Include Staff Sgt. and Mrs. Rob- Attorney T. E. Duncan and At- '-lridt. .
opportunities at Bl 1 :f:::: .... .. .... .... ...,, .. ... eII.dlllr rated di CHEESE-GrOllllIll. cnlm.d cottaC' these
For Camp ndlng. ert Yarborough of Arcadia La. torney and Mrs. Zach Douglas, all ..:..:::::: '-c M. .s. .. 0.-4 .. P,. ...........d..rnd hydrated ch'ss.. Is .1- A I II I o.t II U r all s lid containIng 50or IllS
reason we feel that It is I Sgt. and Mrs. James Cruhco of of Gainesville;' Assistant State's '1''d front G"JUIII I). S eII.it. samples: of habeUaatar100tralinet..
the concern of Camp Blanding to N. Y. C. and Cpl. and Mrs. Jack Attorney Joe Hill Williams\ Lake

l. operate their colored clinic and I Talmonlce of Rhode Island. !Butler, and Fuller Warren of Lucky Joe Rabeck lying between the Ry. Track. of
Jacksonville, who is serving as the S. A. I... & O. S. &: F and the
Old Disused Y of the O. S.-& F. Kr. -J
Health Unit Church with the Rev. C. A. Crosby special assistant state's attorneyIn J. F. Rabeck rightly calla himself H Acre Sec. 19. Twp. 7, Kg 23. CLASSIFIED ADS
here 1 A InolE/ Cor of NEK of
court this week. :
Seeks More FundsDr. officiating. Interment was in "Lucky Rabeck. Even 9. of Hy. Sec.: 19, Twp. 7. Hgr IJWvt
the Dedan Acre.
Cemetery.A .
though his old "jalopy" was stolen WH\ of SEVi of 3Wti. of SEVt, I
of Jefferson -For
Irving Abram. Directorof County American Legion Saturday night be got It Sec. 29. Twp. T. Rg. 22.: S Acre light WANTED
Mrs. Crosby 80 years'old TRUSTEES OF INTERNAL work and to mind
the Unit was at : IMPHOVKMENT 6-year-old Listing's on upartmenU, hoW181
Clay-Bradford Health -,
the time of Met TuesdayW. back not much the worse. But : FUND OF THE '
has been successively before her death and "had STATE: OF FLORIDA. child. Will furnish room and omen for .5 located wllkh
the lived near Brooker since 1867. that is not all of the story. By A. J. Thomas, Agent Trui- board. Apply Mrs. Frledler, **. miles of Starke
City Council, the? Board of B. Sewell. chairman of the tees I. I. Fund. Bradford County.
She was the widow of the late About Rogers Jewelry and Street
midnight Store
tt County Commissioners and the Poppy Day Committee, reported Saturday It Army 119 East Call
I Board of Public Instruction with Philip A. Crosby, well-known to the Legion in session Tuesday night.. having tinted rooms to a It W. T. CLUTE. Realtor

the request that these bodies Increase Bradford County farmer. night. that proceeds from poppy man and two ,women. he startedto 11: CIRCITIT COl'KT. BRADFORD
I their appropriations to Mr. Crosby Is survived by 13 sales netted approximately $89. take themu.to their quartersout CEll COIN; V.'TV, FLORIDA IFS CHAN FOR SALE:-1936 V-8, 4 new tires WANTED: Woman to 18f

the work of the unit for the children: Airs. Clara Duke Sea He suggested also that, since the near the city limits on Road Nellie Mae Craft Plaintiff. vi. and recap for spare. 9179cash. tailor shop at Camp Blandt

present fiscal year. born Crosby River Junction; Girl Scout organization was moat 13 north' of town. He picked up dant.Richard Caee Thomas No. 1409.Craft, Jr., Defen -Robert N. Crawford, See Mrs. Hiatt at the
> Robert O. Crosby and Claude when he found the car locked. ORDER OF Lawtey, Fla. Itp I
Although Bradford County 1* active in their sale, it might be PUBLICATION ford House.
0' Crosby Jacksonvcllle Mrs. Nan. their suit cases to put in his car AND NOTICE TO APPEAR
giving far ;
more actual
cash toward appropriate to assist them in defraying STATE: OF FLORIDA to: RIch. WANTED TO BUY
the work than is Clay cy Oalney Mrs. Gertrude Waters ; the expenses of two of He took the suitcases back to his ard Thomas Craft. Jr.. whose restdeotce New Florence or FOR SALE-Porto Rico pol

I County, Dr. Abrams stated that Mrs. :Mary Mott, Mrs. Lillle their number to the slimmer "stand" on South. Walnut Street. aouth la Carolina.Rt. 3 Box 578, Charleston, Perfection oil stove, table vines, $1.75 per thousand.Kalch. .
top model.
according to the population and Crosby, all of Brooker; Mrs. L. camp. The Legion voted unanl While he WILe back in his place You are required to appear on Must be in good Hampton, Fla. H
services H. Futch, Lawtey; Ben T. Crosby of business a soldier broke the July 6th., 1943. In the above named condition. Pay cash-Mrs.
rendered, Clay Is in re- mously to donate $10 for that Court and cause, wherein plaintiff Charlie Moltt I
arlty furnishing more of the operating ,. Avon Park; and Arden Crosby purpose. glass and got in his car and seeks divorce. Bradford County SOS W. Madison PORTO RICO potato vlnei

j funds than Is Bradford.In Starke. She is also survived The adjutant reported that drove off. One of the women Telegraph lit next, four shall weekly publish Issues.this Order I Starke. Itp. sale.-Wesley Crews, Rt. \y
by a sister :Mrs. Susan Schofield had $300 in cash in one of the Witness 8-4
order to increase rather than membership in the Post now i my hand and oflclal seat NEW ELECTRIC 3. Lawtey.
curtail the services rendered by Inverness, and 56 grandchildrenand stands at 70 paid-up members, suitcases that Mr. Rabeck could at un Starke, Florida this May list, Apply 333 W. Call STOVE for sale

the Clinic, 'and that there may 30 great grandchildren. and that the Post had been not put in the car because it (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. 4. Thomas 'I St.. Starke. SEE T. H. HUNTER cora

) be no deficit, he i Is seeking an Funeral arrangements were In awarded the $25 prize, for having was locked! T.As Frank Clerk of Landrum said Court., starke Florida. I Itp. Temple and Pratt, for Fin

i additional J2.0OO for the remainder charge of the Thomas Funeral the largest percentage'of Increase However, driving. a few blocks Atty. for Plf. 6-4 4t 6-25: LOST-LIght red ing and Repairing.. FWM*"

I of the year. Home. Gainesville, and pall bearer over 1942 in bracket 3. the soldier ran smack into a tree 1:* CIRCl'IT COfRT.- BRADFORD I 7 yr.. old, dehorned Jersey cow, 6 or 0*
were the following grandsons The COI''>TV, FLOUIU.tl l:> ; and heifer
Building and Grounds CMAN.
While Committee _
neither of the three on Madison street In the weat CKRV.Velma calf about 4 mo. old. Have WANTED TO RENT otflwj1
bodies made a promise of any : Howard Mott. Pasco Mott, was requested to have the end of town and Is now safe in Dunlnvy" Plaintiff v... Harry been gone 5 or 8 weeks. wife desire to rent spar
I kind, the Perry Galney Bart Waters. Junior Legion Hall and grounds cleanedup Dunlnvy, Defendant. Case No. mil. $10 '
present plan Is for the the hands of reward. possIble.be
military authorities
MoLt and I OF PUBLICATION Notify A. D. Crosby, or cabin as soon as
two County Boards to have representatives Jimmy Crosby. and put in a more presentable AND NOTICE TO APPEAR Rt. 2, Box.218, Starke. In ,Starke for about s r
condition. H. C. Tucker. CIRCUITOlrftT. BRADFORD to: Harry 43:
at the next meeting Be on Dunlavy, whoso residence Mrs. 'John Blazek, BOX
Current To Off behalf fLOMIUAl ttt (CHAN Un FOR .
of the Council. June IS: at which of Mrs. Buck Kite presented CiIoRY.OU. ) known. SALE- Porto Rico potato Starke
time a workable The electric current will be entirely the Post with a United W..ndell Calif, Plaintiff. v.. You' are required to appear on I vines.-O. D. Kersey ,
to raise 1
plan ,
Htlen K. CallU, Defendant. Can July llth.. 1943. In the above name I 12| mi.
the deficit will be sought. off on all lines served States flag. 'Upon motion and NO. am. ed Court and cause wherein plaintire east of Starke near Roard 281. WANTED-Old pronograph

by the city light plant Sunday second, the Post unanimously decided AND ORDER NOTICE OP !PUBLICATION TO APPEAR Telegraph seeks divorce.shall publish bradford this County Order 'Itp. I, ords. 3c per lb. None

Rites morning from 3 o'clock until to Instruct the adjutant to STATE: OF FLORIDA to: H.i.n In next four weekly issue.. I paper. Phone 179, Pall<
Sunday I about 6 o'clock. In order that write Mrs. Kite a letter of appreciation K. Cclii.. who.* residence I. Haute Witness my hand and official LOST One light red heifer Co., Starke Fla.
No. I Box A-tU. Mantec, Callfor.nla. seal at Stark., Florida this June from ,
For Mrs. Crosby larger main switches can be Installed for the valuable gift. 9th, 1943.OICIAL.. New River. Marked crop
on the plant switchboard. K. G. Duncan, delegate to the You are required to appear on ( SEAL: ) A. J. Thomas, underblt, staplefork underblt, HOG FOUND-Owner may \
A. Clerk of said !
July 6th., 143.-In the above Court.
Funeral services for Mrs. Clar Street lights will be off during State convention. Jacksonville Court and cauae, wherein plain named E. K.: Peryman, Btarke. branded U. Will pay to locate by descrIbIng. paying his
issa Bragg Crosby. who died at the period also. Service will be stated that there were no fees : tiff ...kn divorce. Bradford County Atty. for Pit. 6-11 ltaioa her.-C. C. .Wynn; Hampton, and for this advertl
Telegraph nhall -
publUh thl
Order Fla.
her home near Brooker Friday restored just as soon as possible charged for alternate delegates, In next four w..kly leeuei. NOTICE 6-114tp Cook's Store. 6-44

June 5, were held Sunday after- Berry S. Johns utility superintendent hence he returned $2 to ,the Post Witness my band and official Notice Is that the LOST III
seal :: ; .rbyo'llvTnllll -Bill first
at Stark., Florida fold
this June County containing WILL SELL 15.100
noon at 3 o'clock in Dedan stated Wednesday. which had been paid him for that 3rd 1943.OFFICIAL. Bradford County. .....rW!. for driver's license Army repsylJ1l
: willmeet
for .500
( SEAL A. J..ThomasWilliam and other gage $
... purpose. Aa "'..rl< "r .,.1.1 .....,... sioners with the of Board said of County Commis ers. Please return pap month. JnqUAbe's
- -- ---- to $300
Floyd Green graciously offered D Mor.-an--; i .onm;| ftc, of the r County of Circuit In I the Court Of Co. Telegraph Bradford per .
Florida. Atty. for Plf. ,.4 4t ..b at or owner, Elson Pool Room.IF
EVERY BRANCH OFYntJuI'alJCe the use of a desk to the Post Rtarke Florida, at 10:01) o'clock OrmonJ
A. M. July 5th.. A. D. 194.1. for the Raiford, Fla.
which offer was accepted with Ji -i---I-C IB purpose of hearing complaint. and Itp YOU WOULD BUY OR
thanks. The Fair Committee June 10th.. 141 receiving testimony a. to the value OFFICER AND cows beef
reported BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA of any property real or WIFE desire milk cows stock
that arrangements were NOTICE IS HEREBY1 OIVEN that .. fixed by the said County personal Assess. furnished apartment In Starke. tie, stock bulls or hogs, r

'being made to hold a Fair this Pursuant 1139' .La..to.. (Section of Florida t .of Act.Chapter of or for of the Tuxes year on 1943.hi.and Assessment for the Roll No children or pets. Will be touch with J. D. OdO l.,

fall with special emphasis on the 1937. following known a*. the described MURPHY ACT of perfecting receiving purpose and- here several months. Write Box Box 247 Starke; Box 20V
land In equalising such '
home-processed foods and on Bradford County Florida will b. County Assessor of assessment.Taxes and' The the 431-A. Starke. lip City; Telephone 481 Lake
, die-work. offered public outcry Board of County T11
:rb.-tlaaJ Commissioners FOR Auction market every
for the SALE
beet cash bid.
may continue In session from Fresh
subject to the rlht of the Tru. to day for one week or as day with milk cow Lake City, 2:30; every
: Half Year TagsTax t... of Che Internal Improv.ment necessary.AU long a. A. second calf a heifer. R. day. Palatka, 2 P M- J
reject bide, lb. Newaome. ,
H. C. WALL =-tun\.toc; u any. bi'.n lw at to persons assessment owning; property In Bradford sub Itp

, Collector C. A. Knight announced 10:00: o'clock AtfcM.! on the 8th.. day I County. FlorIda. are notified to LOST FOR SALE-Porto Rico po'
of July A. D. 1.43, Eaeement for Brown leather I
appear at such
I meeting them
yesterday"!! that half-year :rlb rltfht of way SOO feet wide to make such complaints or meetIngs tayner" With keys "key. vines. I will cut
AgencyConstant automobile license tags would go reserved from any parcel give such testimony a.s to the value or cense and drIver's U. John D. Dlggs. first houJr

I I on sale\ Tuesday. June 1:5: instead State through Road.which. b.r. la an eilntlnff, as of fixed any property by the County real; or Assessor personal for return gas ration book. Reward right below curb market
of to
: of July 1. All SWW of NE<4 S of River. Sec. Tax. upon hi. Assessment Roll eon, at J. E. \VU. of Starke.LOSTBlack.
Service Over 50 Years 33. Twp. t.'fcBfv It IS.3ft ... .. they may desire. Harol.l: C. Wall In.ur.
Be .2 A N from Olven by order of the Board of ance Agency IoU:
Office supplies of all kind for Sffi! Cor of See 19 and run N 112 County Commissioners of Bradford It Eversharp
sale ft. E 410 ft, 8 lit ft, W 420 ft to County, Florida June Sib, A. 1>. FOR SALE pen .of the "skyline".
at The Bradford County best SEVi See. 19, Twp 1 9 43. -Apartment. (t
Ht Please Phone 116 Telegraph. 7 ice nlrEEof (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas. income 8400 house, fold" type. Finder plea'to ?,

t .' I AU that Triangular piece of land It Clerk. quire at 333 West per Call month.St. In.it 13.Mrs.. E. J. DowllntT r i