Group Title: Bradford County Telegraph.
Title: Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Uniform Title: Bradford County Telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke, Fla.
Starke Fla
Publication Date: July 7, 1944
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Bibliographic ID: UF00027795
Volume ID: VID04870
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33886096
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L creation Trading Camp: : Blending Center and B.RA. DfORD COUNTY TELEG.sw e Home[ Strawberries of the

Side of Heaven

Official County Publication Established In 1877

STAKKK.; .KLUKIDA. IVIrfmJ.l.. . 7. 19...


Do The Faces Under r t Those Branches Commissioners .,i.. VEN

MEAN. ANYTHING TO YOU? u. . and this guy knows what he's talking about"By Buy Bond Now

Increase Fund SHO Butt-man

Program Dlrtvtor. VSO-YNCA For Admission

". . and this guy knows . This is .
For what he
PaupersNo says! : 'The She had finished 1
reading. She
what he's "
talking about! , idealists
are always looked
right. It up to her audience with i To Premiere
er These words 'were blurted out is only our r lack of faith which tears In her eyes. "Thin ICilY

complaints were placed before almost involuntarily by the readerat is their weakness.' It t takes knout \\hat he's. talking uboutI"!
1x the tax equalization board the Fourth character . '' A highlight of
of July I Army to believe; to believe; tho Fifth War
V, t which met In conjunction with Wives' Luncheon o n Thu reday. in nothing requires only weakness She folded the paper and Loan Drive in llraiiford, County
fit' the Board of County Commissioners June 20, at the Walnut Street . you're here in !went on hurrIlIIl'st; will be the showing of "Follow '
1 Monday for the purpose of USO Club. this someone i the Boys" as a War Bond .
hearing tax payers who might world , while you're here, interrupt ")'es, I know I I Iniiere nt the Park Theatre Pre- }

;l I ask for adjustments In the amount The program thimeu Idciillm you and all like you all what hell it is in Germany [ >tiny night July 11, at 9 o'clock.Tues. q''
r jth of taxes assessed on real estate today cofttpuriNl wllli the the /u'lni// are in possession grew' up there. I know I'm not I I I "Follow the Boys" is a brand I

and personal property Idealism of th.. faun who founded . . This "Here' is !your prop supposed(, to say it, but that's new picture Just out of HollyI -

The", County Board In compli- our country', declared. ourIndelwndencc erty.! \'ouoLlnit jointly. You' the W"it! is! , Yes my ]I I wood., presenting. the story of the

ance with a request of represen and wrote the belong to a corporation, a secret Mother" got me out of the j stars who "follow the boys"-the i
g i 7 tatives of District Welfare Board memorable wont . government { society whose only enemies country-what for For those\'American fighting men. ,

'No.5. agreed to increase the of the |1H"t'ph', for thepeople are death stupidity and selfishness. fellas up front to do with what \|I Ithey i Starred In tho film are George
Pauper Fund to $225 per month and by the ppuple." The As Raft and Vera Zorlna and
directors of pleaded . Hut this : guest
a corporation guy- i
and eliminate theVldows' Htnw, waa set with u hcenerepresenting stars Include: Jeanette
Fund do you allow he has the right idea/ !" j I MacDon-
it to I
3 In the 1944-43 budget to be com the right of all I go j aid Marlene Deli rich Dinah
s"t piled August 1.According. i for Irerdomthe' S tat u.. of bankrupt through sloth or inattention With that .he. walked off the I Shore, Orson! Welles' Mercury i

17 s. : to Clerk A. J. Liberty surrounded by a mother, I ,"' or confused counsel! stage. Wonder Show, Donald O'Conner
a Thomas, this action seems expe .a child, and a nol.ller. Peggy Ryan, W. C. Fields The j t

W y dient because the A.. D. C. (Aid . As she read on, her voice Wo went on ullli t the progiitnt Andrews Sisters." Arthur Ruben-

ah -- ..----- .-- to Dependent Children) now pro Against this background. Katherine and her sentences became rose as planned but the effectof stein and Carmen Amaya and her ,
e ., .. vides for children and their Murano, attractive! blonde and more emphatic. more thane few Impromptu .sea, company
don't. mothers. The Pauper Fund he army wife from New York City tool"'''. wax evident It was. ait. Admission to the Theatre at
Well, maybe explained, will be raised to aid read the words of Struthers Burton M . (man) cnn mike. thin If all our I uplrlt had suddenly this time will be permitted< only ,

There isn't one chance in a million that if you brushed those who are not blind and not "Starry-eyed Idealists". . environment hell, at he lit ben knll together In a new to purchasers of War Bonds In z

[leaves aside, you'd 'recognize the features. 63: years old and who therefore ". . Marcel l Itaedrich! is now ilolng-and him done again realization of the suffering of the Fifth War Loan Drive. Special W
are a people under dictatorships, anda tickets have been '
eligible for other public' and again -or he ran make the printed and dis '
And(j yCt-theyre' faces of American boys. pension, but, who are nevertheless, young Frenchman who Was'I world a decant place In. which tenNene of unnxprexMsl: sym trlbuted to qualified Issuing agents
destitute and helpless. The present captured by the Germans in the\\''''I to live, both for hln"'I.1f anal pathy and a groping to under In the county where they will be
Those dead men lying there'stopped Nazi bullets that- grant is insufficient, he said. spring of 40 ; and for ..' olht'rlll': . well, uliiit'. that stand. \Ve sang: with renewed presented to bond buyer In the .

| for their sacrifice-might some day have reached you, or J. M. Edwards: met the Board year, until he' escaped he Heed I but l eone who DOES mean something to you relative to the construction of a in a Germert prison camp. Not and common knowledge? and ". . the land of HIP free been made to Issue bonds at the J '

crossing at Mile Post 679 plus 4, long ago he published a book/ I I| The idealist lops. exactly what and the. home of the brave! theatre to those who have not 1
And there's nothing faked about this 'picture. It's an of- 110 feet near Starke. Invrntitr does already bought."Free .
Clerk every hiHI>
'Barraak 3. doom 12." in : IM a1Pt"l1 We may some dny forget the
I Army Signal Corps photograph. There's nothing faked Thomas presented a letter for G. uuhjch he told of his and seeks lo supply It. word Katherine Movie Day" laj being celebiated I l
ut the gratitude of the Italian mother and her child who are I* Hurley, Superintendent t of the but experiences . 'Slarry-pji'il1 Is no ln"ult. that rend, but nationally as well a*
-rently placing flowers on the still forms of two American 3. A L. Railway Company in : what is more- All It menus I Is thai you look up we shall never forget the chokeIn locally, as mont. of the 16,000 exhibitors ,

Is who paid the ultimate price to free them from the Nazi which he agreed to permit the ,much more ;-unfolded the? philosophy from the earth oxcuiloiuilly.ANI her voice nor the significanceof in the nation will play 1
: host to i'
[igle! hold. county to put in Hie crossing which hit despair . > TIIVT CAN BE .AMEIt-: the words! she spoke from her bond buyers as! the climax:
.. of the
provided the Board would defraythe had woven slowly like a web ICA I" heart motion picture participation

You bet THAT mother would buy a War Bond. If she expense of raising the wires In the Fifth War Loan Drive.
< anything left to buy it with! over the site at an estimated cost
of $40. Members of the Board Methodist ChurchThe Fred Guy Named '
No These two particular faces might not mean a thing agreed to this plan. Baptist ChurchIng I At The Tabernacleone To Succeed Howard

Jvou. brother-if you want to get hardboiled about it. The group voted to deny the Sunday '
morning subject at Rev. Lewis D. Haines. of Eustis The entire service Friday night At

But somewhere, on some other piece of dirt, on some otl&r;? funds request to of be L.used A. in Rennolds: for the Methodist! the Church as announced will preach at the Baptist Church will be conducted by about 25 'I' Coca-Cola Plant
maintaining by pastor, the '
Rev! both
front and covered by the branches of other therej morning and evening on children and young people of theTabernacle According to an
some tree Crosby Lake Cemetery in employIng W. J, Churchwell. will be "Re
Sunday July 9. which
\ be a face that DOES mean something to you* 4 face that an attendant or caretaker. kindling Enthusiasm". The choir service the Ordinance at of Baptismwill latter to be Interesting group.and This promises, of made Gainesville this week by announcement

.Id/ make you gasp if you could see it now. A face that Concluding Monday's, business, has arranged special music for be administered.The the ages range from inspiring about five as the Coca-Cola, manager of i l

laid make the'mete"purchase'of a' War Bond seem pretty palas the Board authorized the purchase the morning hijn", end the even- Church membership Is beIng to 20. has been promoted company to, the Fred Guy

\ ""your part" of this deal that fate has dealt the world. and installation of Photo- Lag service wilt be- featured by notified that the'Deacons will There will "be orchestral numbers of the, .total, pI'atto man- tics
Recording equipment for the Congregational singing of familiar place before It X recommehJutlon succeed V.
_ Look at those lads in the picture again. Look at themg Clerk's office.Presbyterian! hymns. Topic for the eveningwill for pastor/ on Wednesday evening solos duets, choruses! anda been transferred W Howard to t1aDrfo.Who' has

g and hard. Then try to imagine what you'd do if youd be, "Every :Man Stood In His July 12 and a full attendance of short Illustrated Scripture message -

d that cover and saw someone you loved. Church Place." the members Is earnestly requested. by on out of town guest here Howard since has been plant manager
For your own sake, go to speaker. Priorto
Ye,. Try to imagine what you'd do. THEN GO OUT Chaplain Leslie Shepherd will church. It Is the greatest force that time he was connected

\\DD01T! supply the pulpit of the Presbyterian that we have today for the building and with the sales department of the
Sgt ( Mrs. Rutherford S. Mrs. If. B. McLendon will arrive Coca-Cola plant In Jacksonville.
Church Sunday of a better world. I
Bradford County's quota in the Fifth War Loan Drive July 9, at 11 a. m., In the ab- Youth Fellowship and Intermed- Reese and small I 1 daughter of here this week-end from Orlando Guy was the former sales man r
15279.000. Maxwell Field, Ala., alter of the Starke plant and
sence of the pastor the Rev. iates are invited to attend an !Interesting are visiting for a vlHlt with her par of head:
Charles Allen. Mr.\ : Shepherd will program that has been Mrs. Reese's parents, Mr. and I ents Mr. and Mrs. K. S. Mat- distribution at Camp Blanding. u
With only a few more days to go Bradford County has j Melvin Orlffls a salesman, la\ now .
speak oa: "Total I
Christianity" arranged. I I Mrs.< Adam GI..n.
|donly $130,000.00 worth. acting In that capacity. ;
------ ------ ------ --- ----- --- ---
Maybe you HAVEN'T been asked to buy a bond in this ) f,

\ocular dr l.e. But what are you waiting for?-an engraved e e e Kingsley Lake Now Has th'wM.'s';; onalit; : 2Kingsley II

cohort to reap $4 for every $3 you invest Isn't it enough .

fcj i I.a golden opportunity like this is offered at all!, without Lake has two sides. -. I lake and 1 its banks
ling One-the east aide-Is the h6t, : . by clrc- l''
to play coy and be BEGGED to do a smart thing byrself' , ling wind currents, furnish accous-
side, with '
\ sandy sunny scarcelya ', tlc phenomena which
.t. puzzle
shade tree; now inhabited by new. y
And don't let's hear any more about SACRIFICE. thousands of soldiers) stationed at ". ,. jo'.}..I.i '. .,' comer long distance Noises but can be heard from ,
generally froma
Camp largest Infantry ) '
Vo one in America has the right to speak of sacrifice un- Replacement Training Center In .1-; n" 't: \ r '. .,. l" "; parent direction and dlfferont from the ap yv
'Y.'I'S.1' are often
> he has lost an arm or a leg or a life-or a son. the United States.. / 1''I magnified and distorted.. curiously Even
The other-the west side-is .''i> .. ". q
Is rationing a sacrificer like stepping Into another world. {. hogs times, called to be fed are at
misled and run from
Here t la the thick foliage
Voi until the day you leave the table hungry.Is the ancient oaks and green magnolias;, caller Instead of to him. Long
ago otters were plentiful along
leaving the car in the garage a sacrifice? festooned with Spanish mOils; the I' the lake, and they would sometime
modest summer cottages, formerly k .,;, swim In single file, resembling .
Not/ Lntil/ the day a bomb drops on it and blows you and used only during June July at a distance a great Ilea

Jr r children to Kingdom Come. and August, but now occupied the ; serpent, frightening the unltlated.
year 'round by families of service Flying squirrels would enter the
Is I
buying bonds- sacrifice men.Many dwellings at night and busy themselves d
newcomers now living i4
You u'on'r think if look at that picture again. with carrying away light "
so you here know the Camp Blinding article In the morning the old

[ Look at it long and hard. THEN'GO OUT AND BUY side of Kingsley Lake obliviousto well man hud to search for his pipe p''
enough, but are totally and
OTHER matches and his wife for her
. -. BOND. .! the cool, sandy delightful west 4: thread spools and snuff box.:
aide that Is typified by the peaceful I
scene at right. The land Is sandy, so much so
s. Er GOodfellow Volunteer Needed In order to introduce "the real"Kingaley -, 'that the early lIettlers--the

ied Tuesday To Bundle Paper Lake to our new friends, lid, r coxa. i
the Telegraph Is reprinting an used
to cut holes In their shoe ;
Jdllles E, Considerable waste paper la be- article first published several '----- '
Goodfellow, age 65, to let the sand out as. fast as It
suddenly ing collected by L. T. Dyer, aad years ago:and written by the
4:50: Tues-
a. m. came In. But for the
except scrub
< at the home of his crew of 4-H Club boys and late H. his brother-
'law t and sister, Mr. and Mr*. : with the help of the city trucks surveyor who took with him, land, on the southeast side of the !
". Moore in Lawtey where he most of the paper in Starke when he died a rich treasure of lake the soil 1I la -arood If rain* urn r.

been residing Intermittently should be sent Into the war ef Bradford County lore unequalledby preserved while the filling process In from the surrounding highlands Is now recognizable..: near the normal. It is as rich two or three
we past 38 years. fort. any other living person. Mr, was going on. The lake Is and It does not fluctuatemore Jold George Thomas place. Some feet down as on the top. for
d native ... Waste paper is urgently needed Lagergren died before Camp near the summit of Trail Ridge, than a couple of feet A distance southeast of t h o lake
'ldtelJow or Pulaski l, Tenn., Mr. and every bit of It should be 3Iandlng was created to make an elevation of land that begins few little branches empty Into it, once stood a pin on which was gophers and salamanders have
Jre la had been a prominent saved. When anyone has a con- populous the once deserted sand in southern Georgia and ends In not enough to make up for the carved the flguro of a man. It turned it over to that depth. Dur-
III this strawberry Indus- siderable amount and it 1 la not illla, so parts of his article now i Putnam County. One of the per- evaporation. It it the head of was said that a U. S. Army pay ing the 80's the north and west

'""nt, he section. Since his re- picked up promptly notify Mr.. teem out of date. However the i lodical cunal surveys carried the north fork of Black creek. master wail Interred there but sides of the lake were populousand
1 the bas been associated Dyer, co-Chairman of the County information contained herein will :, through this .section In 1909 found Legend, In. Doubtful that before his capture he had the orange groves many;
;e m Starke FTbrlda and Ritz The- Salvage Committee or W. M. Edwards afford the reader a new perspective i that the lake surface U 170 feat There l Is legend that the lake burled his money near a branchIn there were stores and two post-
'Jneral as an auditor. who has charge of the of a spot that Is truly one above sea l velten feet higher was named for Klnjsley, an extensive the neighborhood. Along Horse
services were held Wed- city trucks. of nature's loveliest than the court house lot in planter of St. John. Coun- Hole branch could be seen many office But the freezes during N
Ofjay Jones at 3 o'clOCk In the DeWitt With the collection of waste I Mr. Lagergren wrote: Starke and five feet higher than ty early In the last century because evacuations made by treasure the 90's killed the trees and, the

,. Funeral Home with the paper it seems the biggest prob I Situated on Ridge the depot grounds- and an engineer ,:; he, chased! by Indian. hunters Robert Keith a Starke settlers moved away. Now the ;F

':'hodlst Worthington: of the Lawtey lem. Mr. Dyer says la in getting ,I Kingsley Lake Is one of the was stationed there for several swam on horseback across It-an Justice of the peace speculatedso shores are mostly deserted except f
'lIIent t Church officiating. In- it tied Into bundles. He is asking wonders of Florida. In remote j months, to watch the fluctua- Impossible feat. Really It had much over the matter till at during the summer. when
'ry, was in Crosby Lake Cem- for volunteers to tie paper and ages it started business as a sink tlons of the water, to determine not been named as late a* 1831 lust he dreamed that the treasure I
asks any men. women, boys or hole, which must have been of I if the lake could furnish summit when Davis Thomas a govern was burled on the north side of people from Starke and elsewhere I''

Surviving! Mr. GOOdfellow girls who can help at l least an enormous depth, as it has! not water for a lock canal. He measured -I, ment surveyor, nectlonlzed aroundIt. Black Crerk, near the lake. He move out there to enjoy
' 1Vlte Ella Dawaon 'Goodf ellow. hour or two on Wednesday and been filled up by all the earth I the depth at many place!!. for he mentioned It only a* went there and made some excavations the pleasures! which the fine body !

' 'daughters Mrs. Herbert Buck Friday mornings to let him know. which liter, through caving and but his 78-foot long lead line "open lake" "which seems to be resembling giant doodle of water and the beautiful scenery
.beytona Beach erosion, settled into It, leaving I 1 I often failed to find bottom. A round". i holes, which can still be seen; but
a DeVaue of and Mrs. Mary Kirkland of Starke was long slopes nearly all around. It ]{! depth of 92 feet has been found; Many\ years ago several Indian he found nothing but pure illlca afford. Only the cats stay the a
H. '
Louisville J.
'Ntey and Lou Moore in Ralford Tuesday In the Jones ,( formed, and a singular circumstance I'of, the greatest depth. The lake side of the lake. They have since Weird Sound Effects I catching ml an own flying r,
HPndersonv111e, N.- C. I Ambulance. U that Its roundness was Is fed from ground water, seep-t been flattened down until only The saucer-like shape of the squirrels and salamanders. t ;


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f 'I' 1'\Gr. TWO BltADFORD COUNTY TELEGR.\pn, ST.\RKE. FLORIDA c 1vrrktl I
',, Telegraph! Khali
seeks. 'I II dlvorcn. Rradford County In next four p
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T..I"lfraph thai! puhli' li. 'liif' Ordt'i and <*au"*. wherein hall iiidillHh. thin Orderi '
Telegraph Tvli-arraph VVItnes ..
THERESSA I In next four week I ''," I I divorce. Bradford Coun'y weekly iBwues.AVItrit'MH . my
} COUNTY TELEGRAPHKxtabllfthrd 1 thin Ord"iIn! next lourWHnei. i oral' four at Starke. Florida;
; THE BRADFORD WltneH my hand l 0111,1' nth! 'n11' shall publish my hand and offlflalseal 1944. ;
1IIxs lIoltan
Ity : JUIK28th. W' '' .
xonl I at Htark. h'I/II i i->Ii/ my hand and official "I at Storke, Florida, this June (OFFICIAL SEAL,
/ |I UU.i this June 131 n. 1944.O"'Jo'ICIAL. As Clerk of .
19lh. raid
'"' 1877 at Starke. r
t Mr. and MrB. L. R. Britt and A. J. Thnmiix, I ( J. Thomas, Walter C. llard.M ,
'I __________ Editor and Owner Aa Clerk of Bald Court. 194' THOMAS.Aa xxldLCourA ;
I '; E 1- MiillhewH u Hon Klbert of Lake Geneva were A. J. A. Clerk of Flu rida Atty. AnhoTU I
; I (OFFICIAL 8BAWKnlulit of saW Court. ., Lake Butler
i :ii 1 Clerk J<*> Hill ""III lit n.
,. "j. visiting: the Thomas family re & Knight, Mtarke"' FloridaAttyn. )jlflclel I Florida. Alty. for l-lf.
MY .,''t''' 81'IISCKIFTION KATK cently. tor Fit. 8.80t 7-21 FRANK LANDRU1: 6.23-
; Yearly. $1.75; Slv: Month, $1.00 StarKe.. Florida TO ALL DEIlTOKf
; Mrs. W. D. Garrett left Friday IW ('III't tT Corms .111 I Attorney lor Plaintiff 6.164t7.7 lfiitri IT roi'HT. BM ,, "F( III> ANTS OK KMTA'l; i

'If for Camp Shelby Miss., where ('01 "'r", KIOHII, i\'UFOII"j I 1-01 Vl-l, FI-OIII1. l\ l'IIA,- WAHD, DECKASKb! :
;.J j Published", \\'...-kly on Friday. unit Entered u" SrcOIllI: ClaSH Mutter she will spend A few days with Fat VThelmii Hutto, Plaintiff, ('IfU" FIt: l'. You are hereby I?,

: at the Post' Office at Starke, b9orlda.I her husband who Is serving In lam !lotto, Defendant ((axe N" iv f'nl '\' 'reiuitiiiini tines Lucle Peter/ Diego Mandanlcl La Rosa La Hona Plaintiff, Defendant vs. your estate.worn ot C. arrow F w i?" 'n

I the U. S. Army. 3183.onnen op- PUBLICATION 1 J. rat C: llVriendon. Plaintiff V.. Ruby Cane No. 31S5. County Judge ot R. ,"

Florida within
Mr. and Mrs. A. II. Kelsay and ANn NOTICE. T(> AI'fKAK William: McClendon. Defendant Cane NOTICE TO APPKAH date hereof or Manu. tr
UNCLE W. W. Packham were shoppingIn Ilutto ATATIDOM whore FltORlPA re..ld..nue la to 464:: M....tart N' ORDER 31118. OF PUBLICATION STATE OF FLORID: butte by Statute. of Lit, ue r''
/ Htret Charlmton. Mouth: Curollnn. I :A Mandanlcl La. Rosa whose residenceIn debtors of said entai.
Staike, Friday.Mr. / i 8TATK Atilt ?Jl'.7..o1.D1pr; : : Ruby 1771 SOth (Street:! Brooklyn! New Ward or Harveyvn+ f
j and Mrs Leon Tomllnson You are required to appear on EHther. McClendon whose. residenceYou York. aid estate, Murlrtla.'I+ '
JOE'SJ July 24th. 1944, /In the above n"m.,1Cnurt You are required to appear on )0:. C Ward t 8
and daughter of were III unknown. '
i ; and cause, wherein plaintiff I I i required to appear on July 21st, 1944 in the above named Ward Kxffiit
,1 visiting her mother Mrs. R. M.Kersey ......k. divorce Krndford County I I 24th ore 1944. In the above named Court and cauHe, wherein plaintiff June 23rd 194-I.
\ M recently. Telegraph' shall piit.Ilch. thin Order July Court and caiiHB, wherein plaintiff Heeka divorce, Bradford County 8-23-41-7-14
A W !In next tour weekly IHHIKWitneBB -*. I I
': Mrs. J, C. Cochran and child my hand and official

4., ,r ren. Irene and Bobby, and June aril ITth. at 1841.fOFFl'IAL Stark. Florida, thlN June

I .', By J. L. IIAUIIELL. Hutchison were visiting In Palat- SEAL) A. J, Thomas. : r
\, Aa Clerk of Hald ('natl.J. .
<, ka Friday. N. Harrlxnn Jackonnvllle. FlorIda
i Mr. and Mrs. A L. Sullivan Atty. tor Plf. 6-23-41-7-14
t '. There's a lot of things about American citizen happens to be and Mr and Mrs. C. Sullivan were

Uncle Sam and his fighting forces | the son of poor parents who could visiting In McUae Sunday afternoon IN CIRCUIT COURT. BRADFORD
,,' .' that I don't understand. For ;! not give their children the ad- COUNTY IN CHANCERY FLORIDA,

.' I j, instance-.Just where did they get I vantage of a common school education Mr. and Mr s. U V. Williamson Thomas Joyce Cane, Plaintiff No. 3173

; the Idea tit takes a college does not signify that thin an "brother left Saturday for VlrKlnla I va.

f t, ,,1..: graduate to pilot an airplane,, I son i Is a 4-F by any manner ol /; where they will visit relatives ORDER Evelyn S.OP Joyce.PUBLICATION Defendant AND

'' !'fl, snake a buck private out of a I means If given a chance, he and friend. NOTICE TO APPEAR:

I + I rr,; : lole, Jaw back at his super- too may become a General and Mr. and Mrs. Dan Loper and State: of florirla a. Joyce-ToiKvelvn whon renldi-nce la ,

{ : officer or marry the bestIng have his picture hung in the halls daughter Dotty and Mr. toper'smother 1813 3Sth Street North Weat Wash
'' !ington. D. C.
I + :, "it gal in the county Just behe's I of fame II t tI left Saturday for a visit You are required' to appear nn July
commissioned officer 17th, 1644 in the above named Court
10" .e a I About the (In book with relative In Georgia.Pvt. and ratine, wherein plaintiff seek.
t ; ? That'll something we numbskulls I ever knew could Merle Packham from Camp divorce. Bradford County Telegraph I
; ;i learning) man ahall I publlnh I thin Order In next four .
understand especially
; / r Jut can't give the correct definition for Rucker Ala., spent the week-end weekly, laauea.Wltnena I .M.M'w. '
'I i\ when In civil life 75 percent I I each and every word In Webster's with his mother and family. mv hand and official' real ,ai e 5
at Starke, Florida, this June 13th
I .!I', of all college graduates) were I unabridged, but didn't know one Blllle Danpler spent the weekend 1944. i t! e

,,';:1"' thumbing rides and begging for I darned thing outside of books I with his grandfather, J J. A* A.Clerk J THOMAS.of auld CourtOftlclal ,

.j', cold handouts. I I Hilt definitions of "synonyms" and Zelgler. ( Seal) ; II .
;' If I remember my history correctly i"antonyms" were according to I George Packhnm, Sea. 1-c, of Exchange Bid?. 1 ,

Iii we've had more than one Hoyle, but not according to the New York Is visiting his parents! Jackaonvllle. : Florida, Y6s?
I Attorney for Plaintiff.
J'' high muckety-muck In Washington Idea advanced by a colored tur thin week.
since the Boston Tea Party pentine worker I once knew. For Pvt. James Swindell of Texas
1 ; who didn't "Baker" In the because of Ill IN CIRCUIT COURT BRADFORD
pass Instance take the two synonyms was! called home COUNTY FLORIDA t

: :: old blue-back speller, but who "satisfied": and "contented". This ness. He will visit his wife and IN CHANCERY ( '
Case No. 2.piIO r *
could run rings around a dozen mother. a
fellow the dictionary
i disputed Kelly D. Fentera, Plaintiff
college professors when It came definitions and in proving his Herbert Cloversettle Sea. 1-c, ve. s I I

,,1,1'i down to straight-out horse sense point said: of New York was visiting relatives ORDER Pearl Virginia'OF PUBLICATION Fentern: Defendant AND SrC

'''I, and mother-wit. Also we've had hera. His daughter's condition NOTICE TO APPEAR;:
!I a general or two who signed/; his "No suli. Satisfied and con Is greatly Improved and State of Florida/ -To: \ ,
tented ain't one and de same by Pearl Virginia Festers, whose residence l
name with an "X" mark after he returned to duty in the Coast la Unknown. I w. ::. '
a long shot In fac', dey has t,
1, his college graduate emanuensis Cuard.--- You are required to appear on Julv ,
and If
entlrelY-dltferenLmt'anlngs 17th In the named Court
1944 above
did the and Ink work
pen Rev. Burton of Graham .. .
you niggers don believe !It, I'll I cause wherein plaintiff "kah".Yrcu
}' Just because a red-blooded preached here at the ChristianChurch' County Telegraph'
Y give you an Illustration. Now b :::IWId: /in next four

u 'rJ iR I'se aatUfled dat railroad nig Sunday night. I weekly .luauei.Wltnena. .
r 1.1ani/ ) Mrs Cal'fteld Johns mv hand and official neat
ger's runnln' around wld my at Starke Florida thin June llth
,,1, wife,--but I ain't In no ways and son, Grady, of Hampton 194 t. IIES: tlPF ON

WillysJ contented about it," were visiting relatives Sundayand A. J. THOMAS.
also attended church here, Aa Clerk of ulj Court.
Well, I'm satisfied that Uncle Oflclal Sra1)FRANK
Mr. and Mrs. C. Sullivan D. LANDRUM
' builds the Sam Is showing/ partiality In favor Starke Florida" MtSSt6N\\
'i J. Phillips and Hire R. L>. Batten FIFTYFtFTH
of the college grads but I'm Attorney for Plaintiff fits
attended Mr. Edmonson's 6-18-41-7-7
In contented about it. '
no ways
funeral Tuesday evening The
Then again, I'm perfectly satisfied IN CIRCUIT COURT. BRADFORD

i.. + ay e that the newspapers are tell- community the Edmonson) expresses family.sympathyto COUNTY IN CHANCERY FLORIDA, There he goes again out to pour more and Tojo crews are ready to"call it quits."

ing the truth when they tell us Caaa No. 3170
y how the Japs treated the AmerIcan Rev. Hogarth filled his regular Frank, Plaintiff destruction on the Axis once more to This is only your fifth mission-and a
at the
appointment Baptist
.r I' I r war prisoners in the Phllll- Defendant and flak! mission which is mighty in compari-
Truck Church, Saturday night and Sun 'jjES&Wa PUBLICATION AND face the death of enemy fighter easy
light after they'd surrendered In
day, : he makes week i
with the
Poiimngw Car all State Florida To son ones very
I 6 good faith, but I'm not at of : :
y4 If Light' Tractor Marv R. Spina whoRe residence la He won thesiMretogooutonnisntty-
+ /Power flonl I I contented or pleased about !it, andI HAMPTON 2339: 31st Ave.. Antoria, Long Island Stay in the fightbywelcomingshlth

'I won't be until Uncle Sam does N. Y.You. or his hundred andfiftysixth

r:, I, tr .. something to even the score You By Barbara I lorneSjSg't. are required to appear nn July -ll'' the Victory Volunteers-at
t, q 17th 1944. In the above named Court '
d may call me heathen savage or and cause wherein plaintiff seeks mission. He knows \ least double Bond purchases
,, tr r Latch Your'Kidneys J. C. WTynn, U. S. Army divorce. Bradford County Telegraph your

7i thin blood-thirsty case I If believe you like in the but old In artlved home Saturday after I .hall weekly publish Issues.this Order in next four he might not come back, but /i.: I\" and then keep on.

F ?1' / scriptures that say an eye for an being overseas for the past Witness my hand and official seal Your "bombsmoreandmoreuntiltheHitler .
two yea's. This Is his first fur at Starke Florida< this June 14th he keeps on going giving 5 V WAR LOAN buying means
dV Help Them Cleanse the Blood eye a. tooth for a tooth and a 1944. '
lough at home since being inducted for the Axis!
A. J. THOMAS: away"
Harmful Body Waste life for a life. However In this .
f ( Into the Army. Alvin As Clerk of said Court.Offlclal
Your kidney ar. constantly filtering case, my Idea la not just one life ( Sea11T.
I _..t.matter from for blood atream. Butkidaaya and Wlllard Wynn. U. S. Coast FRANK LANDRUM
h IQ I aom.tim..lln' their work-lo for a life, but ten or a hundred Guard, also leave Starke. Florida i
are enjoying a
i not act aa Nature. Int..ndad-I.U to remove Jap lives for each American life Attorney.for plaintiff
?} impuritlae that if retained, may at home.
j tha sad whole taken after our soldier boys had BRADFORD
? ? poiaon ayatem upaat the IN CIRCUIT COURT
I Dir and Mrs. Geo. Saxon and
i body machinery. surrendered. I feel that same COfNTY FLORIDA,
i Symptoms may be nagging, hackacha, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Blrt visited IN: CHANCERY
,lj + panlxlsthoduchgattarYro/dinlnau: : way about our men of the flying Case Nn. 3175 aUCK Tb /BUY MORE THAN BEFORE E
{ ; cettinf up spats ewelllng, puNlnewusder forces who are being lynched in Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Hunter at Vera Mae Morels PlalntittLlttletonxMorrle ac
the eyea a feeling of nervous White
Springs Sunday.
Lf analety .nd loaa of pep and efcrentth. Germany or butchered by the Ger Defendant
,'tit Other dins of kidney or bladder dlrorder downon hire Willa Mae Denton left ORDER OF PUBLICATION: AND
? citizens when forced
are sometimes burning acanty ortoo Friday for Columbia S. C., to NOTICE TO APPEAR: UNION
1M1 j fretiuitnt urination.There German soil. I nay a hundredor state of Florida-Toi
r. ahould doubt that prompt visit hetslater, Mrs. William Littleton Morris, whose residence 'In
treatment la wlaer than neglect. (JaaDoan't thousand German lives for 18(19/:( Broad Street Airusta.. Georgia. Lacy Conway Agent
Pillt. Do"..'. have been winning pach American boy murdered like Hodge You are required to appear on July ,
/M1 ;+ new Islands for more than forty yeah Mr. and bits Will Saxon of 17th. 1944. in the above named Court
5 They have a nation-wide reputation. that
I i 1 Are recommended by grateful people the Oakland Park are spending
Yen, I'm inclined to agree with
country over. Atk four naiffAborlDOANS some tlmo here with relatives.
l + the old turpentine nigger.; Thereare
U. S. Merchant
PILLS I a lot of things I'm satisfied Marine Fred, Elland is enjoying a leave with Have "Coke"How ?

i are true but I durn sure ain't tils family. a are things goin'

contented about 'em.
.J I Mrs. Lizzie Wynn of Jack

aonvllle Is guest of relatives

;fl, :' : ) 'zt4 andg' JJ@tL [ Oregon here.Pvt and are Mrs.enjoying Carl a Drown leave 'of at

.ii home
; ; .
L Mrs. Lynn Hall and son Eu t.

gene and Willie Croft of Sum-
', 1C 1 N a rl I 45
e mervllle Ga., visited their father 1

who la seriously 111 at St. "ra I ; 7 6 .'

@J1 !3 3I Vincent Hospital In Jacksonville. ,,A, ,I r i a At ro1 ,elf 4v.' ,y, l l s:7r%.

Mrs. Alta Rahme and childrenof

:. Miami are spending. sometime

with her mother, Mrs. Ceo c
1 + i '
4ti Rahme Sr
+ t 1
r s Dire J. T. Guy U spending a _
,t = 1J 'ms s=' i ,t o
ti 'k few days In Gainesville this
r F- "as:7.
I week. .
4 Sunday School Party
Wednesday evening of last T i ftl tC.w Z T7 w rs-l T*::

week Mrs. Margie Wadsworth

,+ ? entertained her IntermediateClass
I o
of the Christian Church
l with a party at Hampton Beach.
d -10 J Swimming was enjoyed and later + rw
1, + '
a picnic lunch was set'ved.

Those present to enjoy the occasion of J. Itr

,,1 HERE'S ALL YOU ey were: Betty Jean and

; HAVE TO DO! IIlflllil \ Helen Adktns Nell and Earl "
i lr ,, yr "t" 'wf f !'
1 Save sciap metal paper and Meyers Norma and Joan Sween ; v" 0 / I'' ; No

r ,. + tin cans take car of your ey Martha Horne, Margaret .v

K i yes'' clothes-don't waste food-and Hall. Jerry and Mary Kathryn A

buy more War Stamps. Sign Wadiworth. -

w i the pledge below and bring it -

I office. That will make
to my
1 you a member of my club and BUY FXTRAI

,, ?' entitle you to a free pencil a . or being friendly in Newfoundland :

i, +', ,. and club button now I I WAR BONDS I i = =

/ There's an American way to make new-found friends in Newfoundland. It's r/ %

IUxle1 x01111 414wf teYx1\a f
'. .' : I' 7OeIn// the cheery Invitation. Have a "Cote"-an old U S. custom that is reaching

:" - I.V 'round the world. It says Left be friends-reminds Yanks of home. Because ; +'' ,
; C'llirVlT rofllT. \IIKOIIII
' ; __
'If to"
+ FILL 1 1n 'nl."I", FLO1dUN 1\ ll/t\_
1 ;1" C:J-l"Y. iOdford Coca-Cola stands for the pause that refreshes,-has become a symbol of our
n,' ., I I I IN TOO U R I W, Dallanl. riulntlff. va.

: OFFICETO AYI ; I I Iwlulxe Ira Morrla Morrla I also 1-ullard.known Defendant.Cane aa I.ou-. friendly home-ways. So Coca-Cola belongs in your home, too . icecoldand

Manager", i< ORDKIl No.: 3108.OJ.E1:: Pl'TlLICATION ANDNilTIPH ready in the refrigerator. Gcc a supply I today. 1- nim<*
19y ,.
It's natural popular .
,, o Florida Power & Light Company" : + TO AVIM-3AU
r I
1 Sure I'd like to be a member el the' I 8TAT1-) OF FLORIDA to: Lmll.eiforrla to ecquire friendly abbreviation
q h alxo known .. Lniilae Morrla OTT1IO UNOI! AUTHORITY OP THI COCA.COIACOMIANY bear
; Reddy Kilowatt Club I I'Name. *. That' why you
ruf \\ Stockton Mallard, California.whore rvHidence I I. STARKE COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO. Coca-Cola called "Coke".

I f 1 . _" You we rei}ulrefl to appear, on
July Ilat. 1944, In the nbove named
II _ _.ACJa Court and cauae, wherein. plnlntlffaeeka .Ot44TbeC-C4
f { AddrtYa w.- .
L________ _______ __ divorce. Uradford Coanty --
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CLAY HILL I ways love you, no matter t where', makers
Florida State Farm |I and commercial establish fur away from all. heat aa possible In the box without covering. The
Hy Pvt. Lora Burgess you are; I will always feel proud i menu were urged to buy perishable /
Fort of because I know I and certainly away from the refilgerntor will evaporate the
Oglethorpe, tl I you whateveryou II : foods sparingly and to plan '
do is always right. With I malls rays of afternoon' mm. I I; moHture which will freeze Into the
RItch against
Ur'IIDblHleld| I on the . There was j! having/ too many '
? Mm. Effie Johns of Macclenny a good rain here ; faith like that In me. I MUST leftovers.Food Keep the box clean all of It Ice covering the refrigerator coils

,",, \D"t Vance Geiger and of i was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. and Thursday made which things settled fresh and the cool.dust be a good soldier and march I preservation depends upon the coils and the Ice unit as well i

'm.uiev ,nirmer residents Claude Johns last week-end. Had a letter from Daisy Lang proudly behind bur banner. ,I proper refi'Igeratlon. Therefore, as the food compartment. I!i Full line of Office Kup|>lle* at
to ]
now at home I This Is Saturday Near
Firm in Molona St., Accompanied by his mother, saying they haven't their pota- night. with the box overloaded and the I Never put liquid or midst food The ItriKlfwrd County Telegraph.
friends 111' 205 one Mrs. L. F. Chapman, Sr., Lt. Col toes planted yetShe took her I II ly everyone has gone to Chattanooga Ice supply also curtailed - with I
I' Waving purchased but I am director of choir
F. I
,on\'III. L. Chapman went to Orlando little grandson. Buddy I
L.FHA houses In that sect Monday to visit his grandparents home to Chiefland. arrangements for the chapel service mechanical boxes groaning/ for I FOR SAFETY COMFORT" AND ECONOMY: HIDE (
M. Bradley and parrlsb'l at 9 o'clock Sunday morning need of
)11. I Dr. and Mrs. J. S. Chapman, received my last bag of repairs. "Hetty Bacteria"
I M., ,Carolyn, spent Wednes- and his aister-In-law, Mrs. Rob- clothes and will take care of my and shall retire early. Just one merely bides her time for a field FLORIDA MOTOR LINE BUSSES
and Mrs. Gel- week of basic
Mr more training here of
day destruction.
& ,1\11 i
ert S. Chapman. things until I retw'n. Mr. Bowles
'ill then new home. the Joe Williams returned home has no one to take my place at and then I go to my new assignmentprobably' I Special precautions were listed FOR COURTEOUS CORRECT INFORMATION

ggy pale of Starke was several Sunday following a week's stayat school as yet, but somehow they Maxwell\ Field. I I to afford the maximum amount of PLEASE PHONE 147
;f CreWS for want to live long enough to see refrigeration for, both I
t Of Grace Fernandina Beach with his will get along and we will get the electric refrigerators
sun come through the -
.last week. aunts who had a cottage there. this war over. We need 130,000 I and Ice boxes.
and Flol'lda pines again; to hear the !
|r' and Mrs." M. F. B v- With a group of young people more WACs and I am glad I am bell ring at Hugh, calling theworkers : Don't wrap foods in paper. ( In UNION BUS STATIONLACY

r little granddaughter, from Starke, June Caldwell Is at one of the 70,000 already in the to arise to feel the I emergency only, wrapping with
poker, of Jacksonville, were the Presbyterian Intermediate service. We are strong, healthy, Florida ; In t 1 lightweight waxed paper is per CONWAY, Agent
Brad- warm sun December
and Mrs J. M. tanned have firm muscles and mlsaable.) CoM is slow to
Vr Tuesday and Wed- Camp at Lake Alfred this week. to have sand In my shoes again; penetrate Temple Ave. Starke FloridaFVanchlNed
amily are full of courage. paper, and by the time a
nd > week Mr. and Mrs. Harry L. Tyson to see those I love and know they :
of 'last' Had card, from safe temperature reaches the
a Lula Maebfoaely
ay and little daughter Linda Joyce, have not forgotten me.
F Crews has writi dated heart of the package, spoilage
John June 30 and saying
of Miami '
Stt arrived to visit
Monday In i
one letter Bernice Carter
Mr. and Mrs.mey that I have already mad a dangerous
her brother and may
i parents Mr. and Mrs. R. H. are 'I
Tyson. 'I spoke of going to church. I like'to
that he la
Crews, working !in Tampa. headway. Foods with permeating
r In England" in a Mrs. Llllle Johns of Ft. Meade think back home they are happy |I' odors should ALWAYS 1 a y

imp and that he will not ling for an extended stay.Is Gladys Carter say's she will I leading normal lives.\ ,, be stored in covered dishes.
miss 1'1'1'-1
This was their with Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Dow- me at school and will bet: haps I am helping to make I I I
Contalnern should be
more glad when the war Is and I'' spaced
allY for rlends will be sorry to know that over j i possible. I hope so.
letter from him many Mrs. Dowling continues to be ill return. She says Gene TrudIe's I I the box to allow plenty of circulation.
feel reassured as Cold air circulate down-
wlo they at her home. boy is visiting In Tampa and that
Health Officer Gives
|hil, safety (though they are she has been visiting Bernice I ward. Therefore top shelves especially
,,ed as to the cause of his be- Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Spears of Carter Hot Weather Tips ; should not be crowded
since he was notto Tallahassee with their little with packages and dlshcR.Don't .
pounded del ails. daughter, Evelyn, have returnedto Also a nice letter from Bernice For Better HealthAn
give the refrigerator
open / any ;
their home after They are very busy canning
bit of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. visiting Mr. oftener or any longer than In '
and Mrs H. R. LInzy for several tomatoes, okra and other appeal to housewives and 'I
moon are (their young grandjhter days. vegetables She says Betty Carter eating establishments to guard absolutely necessary.Don't / M.Y,111tH
Rosemary Robinson and mother are both working food against Improper refl'lgel'll'tlon put hot foods or dishes t
and Mr. Robinson's M. E, Grlner made a business
sonville at Blandlng. was sounded this week by in the refrigerator. Defrost electric : -
her, Mrs Elizabeth Robinson, trip to Melrose, Saturday. Bill Tanner has been transferred Dr. Irving Abrams of the Bradford boxes whenever the crust of

H on her way to her home Guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. from Camp Crowder, Mo., County Health Department. front around the freezing unit gets +

>ville after an extended visit Chambers and Mrs. Bert Chambers to Camp Lewis, Wash. I With heat waves hovering over: one-quarter Inch thick. r,., I

her daughter, Mrs. Robert during the past week were. Another letter: from Virginia the State with ice under official Place the refrigerator in the I '
'lelon, In Tallahassee.\ Williamson. She I will al n..ttl..rI'I I'm.nTTI. O CO. of ,}
mmle Bradley went to Jack- Mrs. Clay McLeed and Miss Leona says distribution in some cities, home coolest part of the kitchenas JaeliNoni Ille. f y

illle' last Tuesday to volunteer Ward of Inverness, with whom tt
'he Navy under Its 1T-year-old Mrs. Bert Chambers) returned to I

'h program. He was acceptedwill their home for a week's visit. Also -

report for duty August visiting Mr. and bfa'e. Chambers ,

were Guy Stewart of Wa- .d

se: Cope who, during his kulla and Erie Chambers of Monticello. -

mer vacation, Is employed as Gus Chambers: who had ,
been here for several ,
ft' by the St. John's Ship weeks went

in Jacksonville! spent the back to Monticello with his nephew n c '
week-end with his parents, and will make a short visit

am'' :Mrs C H. Cope. there before going on to his homeIn

and :Mrs. Lawrence Dug er Macon, Ga. I II

a* guests Saturday. Mrs. Billy\ LynwoodValts has returned

bb and young son, Raleigh, from a business trip to Newark,

ihcclennyi! N. J., having had a pleasant stop-

< Maggie Clements of Mill over with friends Washington,

visiting her relatives, Mr. D. C.

Mil[ Guorney Crews and famAfiei Mrs. Jeff Herrlngton of Pensa-

being the guest of i cola was the dinner guest of }rr.

and :Mrs Crews. for a week, : and Mrs. J. L. Williams Satur

Leonard Anderson, formerly I day. Other guests of Mr. and k.f
tiami. returned to Camp Shel- Mrs. Williams were Mrs. Joe Se/-

1IIsa!I Wednesday. glee of Palatka, who spent Sunday -

r. and Mrs Charles W. Ford with them en route from, her .

mllen. Ala., parents of Mrs. 1 I home to Gainesville to attend 1S'b ta
Chnpman Jr spent Satur- I Summer "School and Mrs. John a i ?r
with GCol. and Mrs. L. F.I i I I
i Segree of Apalachlcola] who was ,I
amen Ti and Mr. and Mrs. there for the past week. a x

Mr. and Mrs. Ira Robinson and
lebratlnR hei thirteenth birth.Grac1 ..
Mrs. Eva Nichols of Seville were
l Crews entertained a I ... .. ,. ,. d
dinner of :Mr. and
i I II I Sunday guests ; '
> gi >up of friends! with a 4th .
Mrs. J. L. Robinson. i
f I July weiner roast at the home M.
el' I I Mr. and Mrs. R. P. McLendon
parents, Mr. and Mrs. M.
rew and son visited relatives In Jacksonville 'R
.'. and bits H. M. Rlcharde I, from Sunday through the .

rhlidl'en. lane and Henry Fourth. ,
)fro A, Jr. Rlcharde joined I I Mrs.\ Abe Hyman spent last l

r members of their family for Wednesday and Thursday with wv ,
union at the KIngsley Lakee Mr. and Mrs. B. Hershfield.Mr. I.

e Mr. and Mrs. H. C'I I : and Mrs. Revis Young were r

with their respective parents, Mr. -
I' and Mrs. N. G. Young and Mr. .

: and Mrs. A. E. Stafford, having : I
omen come from their home in Jacksonville ,
for the funeral of their little "

baby girl. Sympathy ia extended

to the parents and grand- "This
acted! parents. is no time ,

Mr and Mrs. J. R. Kite: and N .
Mrs. J. G. Godwin and sons Jlm- 1V
Fur Full or Part Time mie Brown and Harold, were at a. '
Summer Employment Salt Springs the week-end of the

Fourth. = M:. !!
APPLY TO Miss[Mr. and L'orene: Mrs.Moncrief J. M. Moncrief went and to : to lose your memory .

The ManagerL4VETT'S Dellwood, Thursday, because of .'
the Illness of Mrs. Moncrlef's mo .
ther. .t.1';
. ,
Bernard Jordan former State ..,. ... ,' .' ,
Farm resident has written to

friends from Camp Peary, Va., .

r Write to where he is taking hla boot trainIng -

!in U. S. N. ,

BSC'-TEL MANAGER _.. t N NEARLY ALL Americans\ there' a Don't lose that memory now. Don't torEvtry War Bond you buy every one"

WINN i LOVETT TO' CHECK ... IA i JL streak of natural optimism? ,w'- get the depression . the poverty that hit you hold to maturity will keep bringing -

GROCERY \ -* the farmers the breadlines in the cities you $4 for every $3 you invest today. .
CO. | We know the war won't be over tomorrow.
. the soldiers looking, looking, looking '
awe, B West fcMwt. We know there may be a long hard And that steady flow of buying power
Bay Station 'IN1DAYS"t for jobs, and not finding them. will markets for
fight ahead. will make jobs. It create
Fla Liquid for : s ... But we can't help looking forward to Remember that Peace economic brought stresses.difficult peacetime goods. It will do a lot to insure ,
economic problems,
----- ___ _._,- the beautiful and wonder f u 1-seeming days an America that's prosperous and sound
And this time we must be ready to meet: . the kind of America we all want when t
OWNERS, them. this war is won. fl
This is all right unless . make of having
I' J o bars beta batlalf froable. abtalnlaR Taarr, This time we must sure
... In. Yoar oPPo..nlt MILO .lO'llE8.' one .f Flo. relax efforts financial cushion . to ease the So let's not forget the lesson of World ,
Nan. nrtler Kaewa ')....... bu aammrr ...... sear Unless it makes you your a real
hrrn1ne' ltrlabta. ..01 e.pret. tr orrapst darLR the to win the war . transfer to normal peacetime business, War I. Keep buying Bonds. Keep hanging
M"k and. Aaaa.f.. A Ilmlted umbrr.. 0' plaao.aarroudlaR I. peacetime living.That's on to them. They're your security .yourCountry's r
Lawler. K.y.t.n Orl. Unless it makes lose your memory peacetime employment
"h* "Pwtal mtttntl th. tumtrmmtnlm of fbarrbra you the days of
t .for
should security .
.rrllory' will b. rrrptrd for Mrvlc, d.rln. tbl time, of what happened after the last war was one big reason why you
oOrr' 1..1. Oraa./satlo.a. won. buy War Bonds and hold on to them. Peace!

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I ; &1 SOCIETY and CLUBS Miss Fowler Weds James Mayes Weds sympathy expressed sent thanks her for during cards her Ill of- Young People's j Jlally sonvllle Miss Margie Is the guest MlddJeron! 'I'. "or

Ensign Perryman English Girl ness. The program period was The W. M. S. of the New River parents, Dr, and1), W tMiddleton t
closed with prayer by Mrs H. L. Association will hold its quarterly .
"st' In Atlanta Mrs. Lois Maycs. a resident of meeting Friday. July 14, at
Hough. Mrs. E K p,.
Held Linen Shower For
:} Joint Meeting Starke and teacher In the public The business session was pre- the Starke Baptist Church beginning Atlanta last "tn. r
Of cordial Interest to their W"'k!
WSCS Circles Recent Bride school here has received word of and at at 10 a. m. ling|
;:1\\ By many friend here ia the marriageof / sided over by Mrs. Sparks, wedding of her. ,
d, the marriage of her son, James This will be a Young PeopJe'sRally Ene'lgn'
taken mett
r Mire June Fowler of this time an offering was Perr Ymn'
+t, The hospitable home of Dr. and Mrs Carrie Ingram honored daughter Mayen, Jr. to Miss Lucy Weller, and an Interesting programIs I ? +nd
Mr. and Mrs. T Fowler of At amounted to June Fowler of 'h,
R. which
', Mrs W. E. Middleton was the Mrs. Delmos PhillIppi! with a linen a nurse In the British service. for the budget, being arranged. An invitation ,

\,, meeting place for Circles One and shower Monday aft e rnoon lanta, Ga, and Ensign Emmett The ceremony, a aouble ring 1125. The community work for to all l is extended and the young I Miss Ann L'llIlU,d r@UI'1,j
, Two of the Woman's Society( of Those present were Sgt. and Mrs Key Perryman Jr., son of Judge service, wall performed on June the month will be sewing for the people are especially urged to at- her home In Mar.' .'a i
and E. K. which
.Z'''1 Christian Service. of the Methodist Delmos Phillippi, Sgt. and Mrs. Mm. Ferryman 10th at 2 o'clock In the afternoon Red Cross-making kit bags for I tend. Luncheon will. be servedIn after a two weeks .....1', Wltb
took at 8 o'clock Wednesdays
;L.d# t church, on Monday after Vonnle A. Horten, Sgt. and Mm place on at St. Luke's Episcopal I the the Annex. C. F. Ward and M
June 28 In the soldiers. In the future in'
evening, the I
,1 noon. Mrs. Middleton and daugh Ceo. Cassidy, Sgt. and Mm! Church, Relgate, Surrey England, John Uglow.
',I'J' ter Mrs.- E.: It., Matthews were Adams, Cpl. and Mrs. G. E. Bid home the of Immediate the bride In families the presenceof and a by the same minister who baptized circles will meet on Tuesday afternoon John Edward AdamsDr. Ensign and 1\[...
,! this dll Mr. and Mrs Paul Stewart, instead of Monday. Emir
; co-hostesses on pleasant oc few friends.Graceful the bride In her infancy. Inability Perryman, Jr, arc ,
{, ca loo. .. Miss Bertha Loper and Miss Mar- to obtain white materialsfor The hostesses served ice cream, and Mrs. H. H. Adams are few days In the *?

v ;.,': In the absence of. the circle jorie Hall. palms formed a back a wedding gown compelled her cookies and cake to the 12 guestsIn the parents of a 7 1-2 pound boy, before the former Perrymaa report,
._ leaders, Mrs. 'L,. D. Vlnlng and Mrs Ingram was amlsted In ground In front of the fireplacefor to substitute blue, with which she attendance. John Edward, born June 30 !in new station In i'
./. :Mrs. E. K. Ferryman, the meetIng serving refresh men t. by Mrs. tall standards of white gladioli wore white accessories. St. Vincent's) Hospital !in Jackson- home short Jacksonville
.t.: was presided over by the Hor ten. and white tapers In graduated The couple had planned a honey- Members of the Business Wo- ville. on a leave which

f .I, ", president, Mrs. W. O. Halle. Mrs. candelabra. Before this improvised moon on the English coast, but Invasion man's Circle will meet Monday minated yesterday was ScJ:
, W. B. Sewell and Miss Olive Ray ''Mary Lou Varnadoe altar, the happy couple took' restrictions caused them to evening, July 10, with :Mrs. E. M. Mrs. C. O. Partney of Raiford 3-c Comer Perryman, a It
their !in beautiful
:t looked after the financial Interests vows a single change their plans. Biggs at her cottage on Kings- entered St. Vincent Hospital in of the Harbor Defense
') 'x! of the circles; and an offering Mr and Mrs. F. W. Varnadoe ring ceremony with the Rev.i ley Lake for a Mission Study ,Jacksonville for treatment Tues Fishers Island, N SdI(
Tbrallklll officiating. Before and The bridegroom was graduatedfrom y
j ; i made fof local work. of class.)
i il was of Palatka announce the birth : day.
during the nuptials soft music the Titusvllle High SchoolIn
4 !'f1 Mrs. Halle) read a., letter from a daughter, Mary Lou, on June was played by Mrs. D. H. Perry- 1933 after which he entered
: Mrs. Lemuel Colson local Red 28 In the Alachua County Hospital -
} r r man. Radio Technical- School In Los i
Cross managerasking for more Mr. and Mrs. Varnadoe are iI
t..... help making kit bags for sol frequent visitors In Starke, :Mrs. The bride was lovely In a white,' Angeles, Calif. He enlisted for I
service in England with the Royal
length dress of Cohama
r diers. ,A I letter was read fromMrs. Varnadoe being the daughter of Fleet, in the, fall of 1941, three
cloth fashioned with
j" I t Revels, president of the Paf W. P. Smith. round neck I became
line and puff sleeves. She worea years after his family
,'\ latka WSCS, highly praising Rev. small white hat with white residents of Starke. He has been
f, and Mr. W. J. Churchwell for lowed by prayer by Miss'' Ray. and carried a white Bibleto accessories serving with the British Navy
lIt their wonderful work In Palatka. on an Interesting
; Taking part pro- which was fastened since that date.PhillippiCantrell.
a purple
mr J ; Mrs. Churchwell made gracious gram were: Mrs. Sewell, Mrs. A. throated orchid.
t 'r talk thanking the local society W. Anderson and Mrs. Matthews
.{ The bride la a graduate of GIrls' ;
for kindness shown them on their The hostesses! assisted by Mrs ;

P} arrival; and also for the reception A. F. Sauls and Mrs. Foster Sh bad High School In Atlanta and has Mr. and Mrs. John J. Cantrcll

f'1 given in their honor. I II Smith, served delicious refresh- two years In Junior College of Spartanburg", S. C., announcethe I know five million reasons why we should buy
1 i I The devotional service was conducted ments of sandwiches, .cake and The bridegroom after graduating marriage, their daughter,
N4' i, by Mrs. Churchwell, fol- punch. from Bradford High School Bstelle,, to Sgt. Delmos Phillip! bonds but can think of only two reasons why we

\ < <' -..* .,-./ ". ,attended Emory-at-Oxford for one of Mt. Tenn. on June 23.
City don't. Either you don't have' the money (and who
year and then entered the United The ceremony ,was performed by
'itff ,States Naval Academy at Anna- Judge E. K. Perryman at Starke hasn't in these times) or you don't have confidence -

.. I: ; polls from which he was graduated in your Government. .

on June 7, receiving a commission Baptist Circles

.CLEARANCE, :: { ;1'1; as Ensign In the U. S. Hold Meetings When my boys get old enough to ask me what ../a:

} Navy. I did during this_war, J can tell themI'
v ? Circle No..:1' of the First Baptist -
+ .. After spending a while with Church met Monday afternoon I I was too old to fight but-1 do have bonds that J
guests, Ensign and Mrs.
at the home of Mrs. L. G. Hem- bought and kept.
R ., ?, on 'allSUMMER ., ... ,Perryman left for a wedding trip mlngway with Mr*. One Wiggins ,
,.t ,' ," ( ,t '\) after which they will reside In I as co-hostess. Mrs. L. G. Powell!
If'IT Just suppose a C. O. of some outfit "over there"
: Jacksonville at the Naval AirBase led the Bible /Study and 1bs G.
i until August when Ensign W. Alderman offered prayer. Six should say, "Boys I have orders to establish a beach-
; members and,-one visitor were
'. Perryman will) leave for his first head at tomorrow morning. I am ,go-
HATSand present. At the close of the
.,. sea duty.Ladies. meeting the ;'hostess served de- I II ing to appoint a committee to canvass the company

Iclous cake and ice cream. and see who would like to go along on this mission -
i Auxiliary I
{ \ '' ." .1 wonder what the result would be if the.
q The Ladles Auxiliary of the Mrs. A. A. Durden was hostessto I
should be the same as that shown by some
Presbyterian F Church will hold a Circle Three of the Baptist

business meeting at 3 p. m. Tues- iVoman'a Missionary Society on of the people contacted by volunteer workers 'in a

day at the Church Service Center Monday afternoon, and in spite
War Loan Drive? Some of the alibis are "RE-
of the heavy rain there were 12
members present.. FRESHING;'. ,

:i k. DRESSESSTARKE Dawkins-Griffis Mrs. Tensely gave an Impressive -

3 devotional .service, the ,scripture . ..
>j ' hcl .... 4 _........, j 1M.1 ,- 1 ,w t . . . -' Mr. and Mrs. Dawk Ins of North- reading; being the third chap- , '.t ', ) i
t ampton England announce the engagement ter of Second Timothy. The pro. Junius M. Smith

of their daughter, PaulIne gram subject was' "The Youth of
y .! ( to Cpl. E. L. Grtffla of the Land"; and taking part on'the STARKE DRY CLEANERS & LAUNDRY

,i ii Starke, Fla. Cpl. Griffis Is stationed program were'Mrs. S. E. Sparks, .
1 .> 'I' with the Ordnance DepotCo. Mrs. II. L. Brownlee and Mrs. I

., "Somewhere in England." Blanchard Law. M,'s. R. L. Kemp I

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1111 Ii Carolyn l Callstreet .

i ,'s Jeila '$ 2).eu Shop .

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;' "t ,.,'i 'I Sorry I can't tell you where town, Instead of one," he beamsSpotted c Sd

;,'w 'r(', i everyone went on the Fourth- . dntbegt
'! "r\; f fe1 n.i :1':1'r but they certainly went! . Call

i > St was deader than lye seen it an' Jotted, :' Nettle , C.
q 1' for lo these many years . Maybe (Dowling) Lee' doffing shoes and )

..' W j' everybody was at home resting I stockings and running barefooted b
'. but somehow I have a hunch from car to house In the drenchIng dn !
,.J' I',,.{. I that.most Callatreetera blew those f downpour that prefaced the
I ;rn I'f I f last two gasoline tickets on a Methodist Mlssl o n a r y meeting

,1J,,te'9: '!<;. t2 wild orgy of motoring and got at Monday afternoon . J, C. Mr.
",'. : FLA least as far from town as Klngs- .Wynn an' Jeanette!! Parker buz-
P I JJJ, 4 ;r; t ley Lake . The Sam Ander- zin' around In the throes of mat

'\' !. ,phP Bon fambly an' friends were rimonial plans . Jeanette
', ,. ,' among those who chose Gold Head McLendon and BotavU Richardson -
1't branch as their scene of operations gelling palm "plums" to Innocent -

t P : <: Sun., Mon., Tues. July 9, 10, 11 . Seems 'twas Sam's passersby . :Made 18c

:1' birthday and the event was In the tother af tern o o n . George .
nature of a a'prlse party . Pappas and Mae Slsuon puttingout
"';,I. ,",''..'. ', Quite some melodious singing the only two flags Been on

oS,,"ei "i: : echoed through the wilds of this Callstreet on the 4th . A TOUCH OFNATURE'S

: popular state park . '' C,
I \ 11 ,
T. N. Krndrlrk Just back froma
\ :"G Another family gathering on the pleasant visit in Noith. Caro- *

6 fourth was the Green reunion at lina, drops by with a clever little GOODNES
4 Boot's an' Nelaon'a place, where
n''' clipping he found !In a newspaper
,k .11 another one of those famous pi- up that way ..,j7. Here 'tis: r ,,:, ..,
cooked in the ?
aus were sugar, B.
oiler. Every time I hear of I Owner Wishes':to sell Immedi-'
one of these events I turn green As is the with refresh
ately estate knpwn as "Berchtesgaden" case you . .
with envying the Greens. . .
Understand Ann Erwin had traditional lofty peaks. Located of German among Alps ment means a lot to Mr. Bear. Difference is
"beginners luck" when slater -
l Elmira Burns taught her the about 340 miles from Berlin. . . with him it's not always an entirely"pleasant
delightful but does not
gentle art of poker playin tother
evening . After figuring up agree will depart with present soon' for owner warmer who matter. But for you, refreshment

her losses, Elmira Is convinced climate. Purchaser can take will always be a pleasant and complete e:<'
that she's a good teacher-a little j
possession in a, .few months '
iltl Leslie too Biggs good; back perhaps In !circulation. . See now. No offer will be considered perience if you'll make it a habit to say. '

too small, but hurry please.
after a quick trip to Ft. McPherson "Make Mine this
WOMANShe , Seems the Army wouldn't Write, wire or phone collect JAX. Once"lyou ,try

have him-at least. right now! . ADOLPH HITLER, OWNER golden Drink of Friendship, we think
Some sort of technicality about BERLIN, GERMANY

having to have physical within you'll agree that. . "Yd can't buy a better

Serpent No Man Could Resist 90> days before reporting, and It'd Sterns those Stump girls. are beer "'
; A been 96 days since Leslie was last still making the news . Hear no matter what you pay.

) examined! . the Navy gave Ensign Evelyn a
,p STARRING nice plane ride from Key West to
''L "+ Quite the dogglfxt event of the Miami on her birthday, and Lt. NG / ,'

social season was the clever little Lillian Is helping to'back up the << '
t, party Nancy Knight gave celebrating Invasion In France . :Makesus a 11,0"
r the first birthday annl- home front loafers feel kind : Sd

a JON HALL ersary of her beloved Buddy . of useless, doesn't it? . Oh well, i
Prominent pooches from all around we can't all have the privilege of "'01'" O

were In attendance including holding a wounded soldier's headIn t MIMIUget'

1' SABU the two Hembree hounda from our lap, but there's somethingelse
the State Farm . After a delightful we can 'hold that will be at

social hour, delicious refreshments least a small contribution to vic- 7UeM lU"
ALSO of dog food were served tory . We can buy a War

. Proud as the Pappy himself Bond and hold It . Personally, THE DRINK OF FRIENDSHIPAGE
yi'1 p was grandpappy. P. Smith I'm off to the bank right now .
ftf1';' +tAv LatestMARCH OF TIME this week over tha arrival of anew It's almost the deadline for the

granddaughter, Mary Lou !5th War Loan, you know . .
Tarnadoe . "Now I'll have two I Care to Join meT n In
1 little girls to lead me around I Carolyn.. I I t


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Mrs. Jerry Knight of Gainesville I Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Edwardsand seal 1\1 stark>, Florida, thin Juij IV .
Gis of LOCAL NEWS I I iiHciir 'ol'n r. miI>K< HI> 1..1. of said Court thin June 2*,
was the guest of Mr. and daughter Fredrika, and Mr. 11h. 1544. A. J. TtutmAH, I 'O"'T". 'I.Oltl"\I IV 1'111\- 1944.
t FHV.r.
Mrs. Sam Anderson on the' and Mra. Frank G. Bauknlght of AH. Clerk "f said' foirt.OKKiriAI.. >. to:. Knight, l'I"lnIICl, A. J. Thomas, i
""ltortI' Bald "Cln-ult Court. '
( BKAI.) .
Fourth. Jacksonville were week-end guestsof Knight A Knight: titiukv, Klui I iduAttyii. I vs.Ohe (OFFICIAL SKA I.)
W. C. (Billy) Powell] will Hall npfendxnt
,'11111 Is Ill in a hospital report Mrs. W. H. Stiuth and Miss for 'lf. 7-7 4t 7-SS ('It.. ,- No. WO( H V. KnlRhl Nturkr., 1"1",1011AI, -
t r Reachordn for duty with the Navy on July Ray Parker recently received a Kate Struth. 1"UTI" <'"': TO AIM'KAIt: t,,,inr.> fur.. Malntirr/ < 14't(' 7 21
np 1\ ( III!'I If I 01 U I', tilt IDKOttltCOI ,
DI> 15.: HTATK , ,
medical OF 1"1..ItIP.T" Oli I1
discharge from the Merchant ,
Nit. 1'1 IN HMniliui \ \- I 41U ,
Clara 10111"1. 11. 11 e.IliRrnin
Saturday 1.'lIt:
., returned Marine and has returned to Pvt. Harold A. (Buddy) Bishop :
Tim Mr. and Mrs Nat :M.tiiOfll. At un. tlmrktl0wll
New York. Sternbergare Starke. Jr., la expected to come here next asItrio: nl Cii OHHUKUI. I'IHIII- You are notified that n lull ..r I I
era IP in New York City on a buy llll, 1.. HHiktiMtlft, ". "'I."t.. rniniilalnt\ has been fili-l hi.. tin I
week to spend a furlough with .' .. .
( ;Nu.; JJ1I. .
Sanford ing trip. above court and t I. I in.i. MIa
of CIIUHC >" t
Mrs. H. T.
May Dickens Black and( her son his parents. Mr. and Mis.. H. A. OII! )"KH: ri'HUH'ATHIX- .
II' L. Wall. AM:' ) NOTU'K '1'11 AI'fKAK) pilrchano no"III"' tftiiKi iK'niixiIh '
W. of 1
Jimmy Jacksonville the '
I guest 1 of Mrs. Mrs.: Lester Robinson of OrlandoIs spent Bishop"Buddy" is now stationed tn". 'l'N OK KL.OHIUA. 'lo.: Harvey fnllonlnit ,real\ |1'1'1'| vii\' I i.. vii FOR ACID INDIGESTIOI'I
4th with her mother, Mrs. T. N. I at Camp Crowder Mo. \\ clnerlu>n.. rvvlilrni I. % llfltlnnlnit a3r"1: North'K>( : :
and the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Jamb \\ JuJ "ul'b...
> 1\Irs\ Jerry Moore Kendrick plum4F'ulher) ('ol'n.Of N\V'4. \ of Si'i I HI. Tap
Mr. amldren AI..O.lot'''' ItHVVtl, 'ull..I"ills
James Lewis. H., K. 22 K.,
hence I
Jacksonville run ttouth 497
moved to Pvt. and Mrs. You are required to ai>p<*ur on
.I Mrs P. M. Barefoot has returned Randolph Boree August 7, 1X44 ,III the Hlluvt IIHIIII-J. feet thence run \\,.$, 1/11.: ; trot "It I
fund will be at home at 638Avenue. Miss Ona Demorest spent. last and daughter Iris Lynn, pent Court and CAUHV.. t\h.*rrlit' l>.luintlttHttvKM Kant line of !Sluta! Hond 21, thence
.y / Mr. Moore I la home from the Riverside Hospital the week-end here with Mrs. unnulininl or nmriiaifct." UiuUfoia run N"nh"p.'ly, nloiitr I Ideal. line t tI
wood week In Jacksonville with Miss where she had undergone an founty Trlrtfllllill shall |>Ul petted with the Peninsula Life Nancy IJgb foot. Boree'a parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. thin Order In next tout w...Kly INsu Kant: NN4 1P'\ to I I' O I II. "mina(. Ih.
operation H. Bennett. '"'. riradford County, Florida, and l ymiail I
Pvt. Is
rtnce Co. being i Wltne my hand and official ni-iKtiy" ieiiiirrd| to .ap inmi. \POOl
Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Saxon of transferred from Fort Riley, Kansas Heal at Maik, Florida, this June solidly or by attorney) In Bald 50Carpenter's
Pvt. ,1
Stanley Bennett was here ,
to .0111. 1144.OFFICIAL c'ouit and raune on July: II, IH44,
Oakland Park are now visiting last week. He is being transfer- Camp Campbell, Ky. ( SISAL) A. J. Thomas or the HIM of Complaint will lor l
An Clerk of acId. Court.ttller taken an fonfeHHed l v you I'nulford
RIOAL Mrs. Bertha Pearce. red from Camp Walters to Fort \\ ('. Hnrilf'xty, Oulluna Heai, I County Tpleiirnph. : l Is di>"I lKnni: '
stROUT aELLa KSTATBHi Meade, Md. John P. Burns of Atlanta la Fla..1lty. lor I'lf. ..1 4t ,-U ed to duly publish Ihla not"l.'* Drug Store
... Mrs. L D. Vining Is in Atlanta spending two weeks with his i I AVItneim my hand. and ,the offi. >.u.
'I '
IN flltCllr C 01117'
fTrlSS'SS: Ga., visiting her parents, Mr. Mrs. Emma Murphy left last mother-in-law, Mrs. P. H. Man- F'LOHee)11\
and Mra. W. L. Joiner. assa. Another son-in-law Col. ',, KIIV.'.
... lover week for Brown's Summit N. C., lll"j THE LAPPE BAKERY
OathcrhiA Maro a'
B.a y
.1" ryeASTROUT. j.m... where aha will spend the summer 10. C. Irwin of Ft. Monmouth N. )'...lotUI, v.. JaitiitM. ('"u""I.. .
REALTY AGENCYRrpreaented Mrs. R. F. Demorest has re- with relatives. ., will arrive Monday to spend 1t".III.' fuse :Nu.. :U1U.oltl Distributors! of I
l I >Klt OK" I'l''ATION' :
turned from Hot Springs, Ark., a week In the.Manassa home. ANI> NOT1CK TO A1'HAItW1'ATF7
after a five weeks stay.J. Mrs. W. T. Saxon and Mrs I I UF FL.OUIUA to.: James QUALITY BAKED GOODSTo
("oUOOUlilK, ,
8525- 4th 8tr rt Ait.
Locally by Bertha Pearce spent two days In :, Mrs. Carl H. Jackson has returned 2-c, Jlll'kaall MclahtM, Qnvvni t'oun.ty The Homes and Restaurants of Starke .

k, C. HOLL1NGSWORTI1 E. Denmark Is home for .a Valdosta with their slater, Mrs to work' as cashier at the I ,You lx>nir,.r."land required, New to York.appear. on
JIG S. Walnut St. few days visiting his parents, Mr.. T. J. Thomas. Statke office of the Orange Bua August 7th, 1944, In the above nanii0 rJI
nndtfrs.. P. S. Denmark. : i Lines after a two weeks' vacation Court and cause wherein: plarnIIrf : :: \
1 MpfkM dlvoroo.1 Iti-Hilford Cotiniy'
Miss Janet Anderson recently which she spent in Quincy, 111, Tp|<-iciaph shall publish thin Order WE CAN USE MORE PULPWOOD
Corbln Carnell of Ormond is returned from a two weeks visit' with her mother-in-law Mrs. W. In next four weekly IWHIIPM.WltiipKH .. I
'Y hand and utfl -Iul HPH|
ROOFSREPAIRED here visiting his grandparents, with her grandmother, Mrs. Em- B. Jackson and other relatives. at Starke! Florida, thin June 30ih, WRITE TIMBER DEPARTMENT
ma Anderson of Archer. IOFFIC1AI H.. .H.) A..J. Thorn. ,
] Mrs. C. F. Ward and her guests, An Clerk of Hale CourtWalter FERNANDINA FLA. '
Mrs. H. L. Speer of Pahokee Jonea Jr. of Kings- Mrs. S. C. C. Hardmty. Puytoim I1p..h.. I.
Guaranteed Work Mrs. Harry McCornack and Miss Via. AU)'. for IMf, 7-7 41 1-2"

came Sunday for an indefinite vllle, Texas Is visiting her parents I Ann Bullard of Marietta Ga., .-_- -.- -- .- ----_ _ .. ., ., .'1
\V-a---- - ----a-o o- ar.- -- w. -
I a- ---- - -
BuWallace Mrs. Lex
stay with her sister, :Mr. and Mrs.\ V. E. Howard spent last Thursday and Friday in

Solano Green. for several days this week. .1 Jacksonville, the guests of Mrs.
.1I I
I Ward's brother-in-law and sister,
FREE ESTIMATES Mrs. A. H. Green had as her Mrs. W. W. Page and sons I Mr. and Mrs. R. L. McDowell.I STARKE TIRESERVICE
guests last week, Mr. and Mrs. Billy and Martin, were guests of !I ?
Route 2, Box 68 of Mrs. W. H. Struth and Miss ,
D. Lennon, Mrs. R. L. Lockhart of Ethel M. Biggs has moved
STARKE, FLA. Deland and Mr. and Mrs. Fred- Kate Struth on July Fourth. I out to her cottage on Kingsley

ericks of Miami. Lake; and her daughter Dotty RECAPPING# AND VULCANIZING is
T. N. Kendrick returned to Sue Biggs is having houlle-party
..", ,," ........."W"""' I"ur.'III'.IIIIIIIIIIIII'"IIIIII..IIII''tliilillllltlll'"n''''''' '''''' '' '' '' '',,,",","" ,,"".""" """'''' '""." '''"""'" '"''. Starke yesterday after spending a with the followlpg friends: Nancy 4'

CHURCH OF CHRIST month with his daughter, :Mrs. W. Llghtfoot of Jacksonville, Madge .. .. .II .. d .. ., "" '"' 14w
I S. Gibson, In Coldsboro, N. C. Brownlee, Ona Demorest, and

Aubrey Mercer, Minister Mrs. R. W. Sturgis and daughter Margaret Mo elth. 24 Hour Service On Recapping E
I ,
SUNDAY: 10:00: 'A. M.-Bible Study Sue, arrived here Monday and
Lt. Victor C. Thomas has returned -
11:00: A. M. and 7:30: P. M. Preaching and will be the guest of Mrs. Sturgis'smother from over-seas duty and ,1" .,
I W. E. Torode, Sr. w
Communion. is visiting his wife and his. mother ,

WEDNESDAY: 7:30 P. M.-Prayer Meeting.: .I'j Judge and Mrs. A. Z. Adklns Mrs. E. M. Thomas. Lt. Thomas All Work Guaranteed
I I Is In the Engineers' Section of
Welcome Guest
Every Visitor A have moved out to their Kingsley
........,rr'I'"I11'III"'lIt..IIIIII""I"I'"I""II'llIIlm""I'1111I11I'' ' "' "" "' ' ' "' "''' ".""' ", "", "' "' '''' '' '' ''' '' '' ''' ''a Lake lodge, where they will the Army, and spent a year in I II.

remain for the next two months. I India.expects After to be assigned a visit at to home duty, he In IF YOU LIVE OUT OF TOWN AND HAVE

Mrs. Hy Carlton has returned the U. S. TWO OR MORE TIRES, WRITE FOR AN

?ill/ lout eolll lon /'tl Sxpensiv.2 Pr home after a six weeks visit with

her husband who Is stationed at At USOYMCAMiss APPOINTMENTAll

"1 Can you afford a collision? Now I is Valley Forge Gen eral Hospital, .. II I ,
Pa. Helen Godbee of Savan- k

the lime to investigate good Automobile nab, Ga., is serving as woman's
Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Tatum of program director at the USO-
l Sizes Tires & Tubes VulcanizedBest
/ Insurance-beforethe Jacksonville apent several days YMCA while'Miss' Catherine

with Mr. Tatum's brotherinlawand Beard la on wtl Uon. Miss! God-

sister, Mr. and Mrs. R. J. bee Is a talented musician, hav- J
CHARLEY E. JOHNS AGENCY Davis. ing been a teacher of public school Grades of Materials Used

music in Savannah and organist

Miss Gloria Buford and Miss at St. Paul's Lutheran Church.NOTIO..1 LOCATED IN REAR OF ANDREWS GARAGE

13 Rosa Balsden of Jacksonville
PHONE _._ ._ _._
with Miss Buford's -- ------------- -- -----
spent Sunday The registration! / books of the Clly =:::: ,
STARKE FLORIDA parents, Mr. and Mrs R. C, Bu of Htarke, will l I.. open for reK"l"tiatlon e(
of eInrtorH from Friday, July
ford. 14, 1944 through Haturdav August
B.prwntlna THE TRAVELERS. Hartford 12, 1M4! Inclusive, Rt the City (Mall T

I Billy Colson left Wednesday aft- negl.trntlon CAUL JOHNS Officer, He won't dodge thisDon't ;
-- ) where he will ,
see------ -------- ernoon for Georgia City of Nlarkrt80
report for duty with the air corp"and 3t

SEZ will attend a flight training rilin IT rot "'''. Mil tltroilllIOINT1
school. ri.OHIIItl 1% 1111-
( Kill.T.uther: '.
l', Odin Plaintiff. I vo AnnaF.
r 4 Little Jack Friends regret to know that (Igle;| TJefendant.01* IM'HtJCATION Pane No :'AtH.OKniCIl .

)' Slit in the cornerCounting Mm. Warren Perkins Is In River- AMI I NOTK'B" TO AI'I'KAIl
/l side Hospital, where she under- N1'ATF'OF' FUtUIDA to: Anna V J
C''t his dollars anti dimes.He went an operation Wednesday Ogle| whose. address In LaKllteLtottlHiana. t'sir' r

Von are. required' to. appear onAugust I
(;J; knew to InvestIn morning. r.tli. 1944 In the above named t
Court and I'litme( wherein plaintiff -
War: Bond wAY bout. Mr. and Mrs. William Miner Hpelcn divorce.I Rrndfoid Coutitv -
Telegraph ihull pulillnh thin Order
and small daughter of Akron. 0., In next four weekly Intuiex.
And a Miiurt thing .to do! In have been guests of Mr. and Mrs. witness. my hand and official!. .. /

these' tlme"! T. F. Landrum for several days l'

this week.

Mien S. T. Dell and Mrs Howe

Ladies' Moredock of Gainesville were
visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Wil-

SHEER son July at their 4th. Kingsley Lake homeon I Y-Dudodge this!

Mr. and Mrs. Infantry:
BLOUSES Miss Idalou Davis Is spending

three weeks with Miss Katherine
I'mle: Sam dory an .\-1
Nollman at Highlands and Nash
4 Job of Repairing "(i.
c 3.95Attractive ville, N. C. On her return trip ..
3.50 -- she will visit other friends along I. SIKH'but h ton liu y
to flu: your !"nrrtt' Slioew"Ho '
the way. -' briny them to tAt /".!

Mrs. Sam Anderson and Mrs. / Y
Martha Johnston are to leave SHOEReBuilding .t ;

soon for Knoxville, Ky., where F a -Il. ;reJ.iI... ... ..
they will attend the wedding of rAK r'er
& Repairing
p NewPLAYSUITS their brother Petty Officer JohnF. .
Burton. : l
,y1w' I
:Mr. and MrS. John Ellington,
Mrs. Laura Leach and Mrs. Mag t.

gie Ellington and children Dor- REPAIR

othy Ann and Har 11s, returned

Monday from a weeks' visit In the Arrow. from Pout Office
SftMI 5.9512.95 home of!
ton of Petersburg, Va. .O. finally gives the signal! .. extra hundred bucks and ..pendThere'll

% be time to think o'! it 'for Invasion Bonds
- - - ------- -------
-------- no r
better things to do with his life. Or' make it $200. Or' $1000. b*

r REASONABLEcharges THE KID'S IN IT FOR KEEPS-giv- Or31,000,000.Thete's no ceiling

Tru ,,i Ladies'SLACK ing all! he's got now! on this one I pf

S attended with the finest of sin We've got to do the same.This The 5th War Loan is the big5'"WAII LOAM ;

SPORT S H 1 RT b cere Serving bring to us the favor and u the time for us to throw in everything gent, the most vitally important

friendship of the great -communities u;.'i/. got. financial effort of this whole War I )

which we serve.DEWITT.

I'">thln&about TruVal' SPCrt Shifts SUITS "I.,:' I.aoel I.

I "of Spring. ,ihe ryl* .th

l"coo"uellhet' | But their rergihving C. JONES IHIdC BUY MORE THAN BEFORE

I' art more thin skin deep . 8.95 i
these 5.95 Funeral DirectorAMBULANCE
I" TruVal Sport Shirts are --
"""I and toHg.uurint u well. !

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only liable for failure to purchase No. 3201.ORDER.
Auto Use Stamps a stamp, but there is a''criminal OF FC1tIdY'AT1Ut!

II.WHA; Now Past DueThe liability for the operation of an STATE Of Fl APPF\1I',, ; A'
TO FIND automobile without the stamp be- Dlusrlnnkl. VnowrV_'I':\' \
Central ,
Ave Pox '
of Internal Rev- ? (on I I.
Collector Park, -;
ing properly placed thereon. Long bland \, ? ;i//l{
enue urges all automobl'e ownersto Is requested to Tou are reouli,d] ,
Every purchaser July Slut. '"?'
remember that effective July 1944. ill ," 'vred .

"Man From Frisco" SAVE TIME --- CONSULT THIS DIRECTORY highways 1 every motor should vehicle have a on$3 use the number make a memorandum of his stamp of for the his aerial protection -i tiff Telegraph Court neck and dlvoroc shall"u"I',JIIM,,I I n,,.01'h"i '"',I.,r;
the next four w<> klVVltnei.8 \ ,,_ _
on Is
t stamp properly posted in the event the stamp 1'
my hand ,,",,.] ,?
Powerful Drama
windshield.The lost stolen. at Starke, Florida. ''r'll'
or t n- .
Coming To Florida FOR INFORMATION OF CAMP BLANDING SHOPPING stamps may be purchased : 1944. J lint.

AND RECREATIONAL CENTER at the various post offices and iv cmrriT FLOIIIUtl cot'KT. IHIADFOHO CIIANCFa4Y. (OFFICIAL BBALi, ,\ 1 11T,
Thrilling action and hearty I Col'TY.. As Clerk of said <- .,,,,. "I
everyone Is urged to comply F. Dluwlnnkl, Plaintiff vs. T. Frank Lnndruin nark,
Walter ,
stlrrlng,, romance against the
AMUSEMENTS promptly, since a car owner is not Anna Dluln kl, Defendant Case Atty. for Plf. 6-10 r.t 4 It
y background of a modern Indus I -
trial miracle, are combined to world has heard of the almost LA WTEYBy
i; make the powerful film story, 'unbelievable record of a ship Starke Amusements EVELYN: WARREN
d k "Man from Frisco", one of the entirely constructed in four and Bowl-a-Har
most timely and excIting' pictures one-half days. FOOD Miss Ann Carter is spendingsome *
,7 of the year. It will be shown "Man From Frisco" is a mo- time in Jacksonville with .
a at the Florida Theatre Saturday tion picture tribute to the new Camp Diner relative / .
1' midnight, Sunday and Monday. methods and to the people who Snack Bar Mr. and Mrs. Charley Shuford '! !b :..
o Michael O'Shea'! rising young are working In the American flhlp and daughter of Virginia have
Irish-American star, and Anne yards everywhere. The story is GIFTSGislain's been here visiting Mr. and Mrs.
Shirley are co-starred. of the conflict between the olll John Shuford and other rela-
Pre-frabrlcation and the principles methods as represented by Joe tives several weeks.
l' of mass production applied Kennedy (Gene Lockhart: ), master ' Wonder Gift Shop Misses Ruby Mae, Hazel, and SHAFKIN'STHE
k to the ship-building Industry ship-builder, and' the new, Bradford Photo Shop Mary Bell Smart are In Georgia
exemplified by Matt Braddock visiting relatives.Otis .
), made it possible for the United (Michael O'Shea) the tough young MILITARYSUPPLIES Forsyth and Lloyd Durance -
i States to turn out the famous engineer, who, armed with blueprints were week-end guests of
Liberty ships In 41 days from and an Idea, strides rough friends and relatives in Georgialast STORE
the laying of the keel to launchIng
))0 shod over traditions. The con- week-end.
1 1. as against the six to eight flict between the two is only Ben Suslow's Army Store
f I months formerly considered fast solved by a tragedy which effects Gislain's ing Miss with Betty relatives Jean Clyatt in Providencefor Is stay- ALL SOLDIERS KNOW
T building time, and the entire a compromise in which the Shafkln'a
Y a few days.
PHOTOGRAPHYBradford Mrs. G. W. Lastinger of Day-
tona Beach was the week-end
Photo ShopC. guest of her sister and ''brother
PHOTOGRAPHS Smith GardnerTHEATRES In-law, Mr. and Mrs. T. T. Dar-

ley.Mrs.. Joe Harrel, Jr., of Jacksonville Jewelry Gifts Uniform
!I C. Smith Gardner Florida Is here spending some time1
with her mother, Mrs. J. B. McDonald -
j rl Established 1900- Ritz .

of New York and Miami Mia Jeanette Lastinger of Day-
TAVERNSBlanding tona Beach is spending several

'"' fii ONE 8x10 $2 THREE 8x10 $5 Center Bar weeks Celle Darley.with her cousin, Miss Mary

II Six 3x4 $3 Twelve 3x4 $5 Bob's Tavern ..
a --- -.moo-. __ .. Last Thursday the Baptist Sun- A_
day School members went
picnic at Gold Head Branch,
t ; BUS STATION, STARKE, FLA.JERRY'SJERRY'SJERRY'S. weaknesses- both are erased
Bathing and boat riding were en-
and the best of each method Is M
united. joyed by all those'attending:.

Hrdy Liunarr In Comedy WITHBEE.R
Weil-Known LecturerTo
Horoscopes and telescopes play
:A! CO V* Be HeardAt

:% 1 E-A-T HERE'c Ida Heavenly next Tuesday, Wednesday and USO-YMCA Club M IC..ECOLD

Thursday. Hedy Lamarr turns Gerard Priestley, lecturer, will
IF YOU LIKE HOME: COOKING from glamour to comedy and is be
heard on Tuesday, July 11, 8:30:
t I I C/a co-slarrpd with William PowellIn p. m. at the USO-YMCA The
this merry tale of the difficulties public is invited.Mr. .
I that beset a professor of astronomy .
I Priestley is known on both
s CHILI HOT DOGS when his lonely wife sides of the Atlantic as a competent -
decides to dabble with astrology.
i authority on International
t1 ,SANDWICHES raer Filmdom's most glamorous gla- affairs and has travelled exten-
mour girl shows she can do more .
sively through Europe and North
::: .OPR SPECIALTY than merely look beautiful on the and South America. He was in
h}'( v ffi 'all St. Next Poor .Western1 Union screen, and William Powell han- Germany whentHltler came to
dles his. role with all the skill
power, in Austria when the Nazis
:4 1) t at his command. Included In the
) JERRY'S-JERRY'S-JERRY'S marched Into Vienna and also In
cast are Spring Byington, Fay 1
1 i' Czechoslovakia at the time of the
Bainter and James Craig. Munich crisis. AND ALWAYS' LOTS OF IT ON ICE

Mr. Priestley was born in Wind-
sor, England, and educated for the
Christian Ministry at New Col-
lege, University of London. He AT ..
is a member of the faculty of
1 Springfield College and has been
i r t1 professor of Modern History for

ii?? ': ONLY the 323rd of College Aviation Training Students.Detachment -BOB'STAVERN- _

1. BOOBS ARE' ;5 As an unofficial British Ambas-
sador of Goodwill, he has addressed -
? thousands of men and womenin
.i t I rl1 the Army camps and airfields

41WIJ across the country on conditionsIn _
BUYING BONDS \ Britain, Europe and South
American and the?problems which
--_ ;
.--- -; will confront us all in the Worldof
Bob Jones
tomorrow. .

A USO Dance EnjoyedAnother

.. In a series of* enjoy- ':
able BUmmer dances was held at
the USO-YMCA on Saturday

g night, July 1. The 182nd Bn.,
i : Band furnished the music and I

hostesses were Mrs. C. A. Knight, ,
Mrs. M. P. Gahagan Mrs. Bryan -
JOB OOEBBELS, No. 2 Nazi loud"mouth j Q= Whltfleld. Mrs. E. M. Davis and .
Mrs. Jack Powell.
a has thought up a new one. ,
Miss Pat Keene, president of

IY He says, "Only boobs are buying, the Girl's Service Organization, -- = OPEN ---
'' i War Bonds!" dc zud led the grand march and Pvt.
Burton Well1\ won the free long
y You can't blame him. He's wor distance
"5i ried. So is Hitler. So is Tojo. BLANDING w CENTER'SNE

For every time you buy a War

l ?r7 Bond it's bad news for them. Badnewsbecauseitpaysformoreplanea

t' for our side, more ships, more J c -

i t bombs, more bullets, more tanks, 'x"' "'

more hell for Berlin and Tokyo. Photo BOWL- BARSODA

''' And all from buying War Bonds I

The safest place a man can put his ,
t money today.So how about it?Buy' t6 s w ShopSTARKE

another War Bond today I ,


Next to Western Union
., .
4 OPEN 8 A. SI. TO 12 P. M.
DevelopingPrinting r
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t '4 Sponsored by Mrs. Bessie M. Davis Enlarging SUNDAESSODASSANDWICHESCARRYOUT

: : t of the 12 Hour Service SERVICE FOR EVERYTHING

rl i ExpertPHOTOGRAPHER 3LL"E'I f-1

., In memory of her brother, Seaman 2-c Lawrence L. Crow BOWLING ALLEYOPENS
; 2:00 P. M. I :\
... 'Wounded in Action Last Month For Portrait Work

t71 Somewhere in the South Pacific -

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IT;, r ctf) ) JUST for

: "OIIl'I"--nmnFonn1 3206.OKDEU. I FUNVISIT
FI.OHIIMI IX OF PUBLICATION AND tions ana answers about home :
There "
wasn't a minute wasted.
,,,lltiff, v" 8TATK OF FLORIDA to: Minnie
pi? Zupen Huron whose .. ..... Buck adds "1', S
1)-b ndunt Case residence la llrvytixl. .. < of l.trrrM n.rrriiln.. : -We were both
t a..".' Parrno fouaty andrl bore .sew.... are rr\lltC Brrdfrom Lane<. so surprised that I plumb forgot I.
cooperate by "rl..I.IC I. .ewa aad 1..0' to salute him!" STARKE
I When You Think OfBREAKFAST are thr al.oV writ.. Srrvlrvrd ta the Since Buck wrote his letter Lt. -
TA, reportleg *..*... cad arllvltlvaIN Adklns has been transferred
from Fort. Dix to a port of embarkation AmusementsTEMPLE


Pictured here is Sgt Hutton I Gordon Weest? .son of Mrs. PRKVATT PROMOTEDThe : .
Jv. ,THINK OF Lee Clark son of Mr and Mrs. Thou. F. Brown of Hampton, re- promotion of J, C. Prevail, AVENUE
S. R. Clark, well-known Brad- cently Joined the Navy and .
was Jr. formerly of Lawtey, from the
One fresh
Country and toastserved !
1 with plenty egg of but-: ford County farmers. Sgt. sent to Camp Peary Va., for Ills rank of corporal to sergeant has /I One Illoek
ter and a generous cup pure of our Clark has beenin boot training.: Before entering I recently been announced by headquarters . From; USO-NCCS
delicious Sllex-made coffee Australia the service he and his family of a Ninth Air Force (1
i 20c more than two made their home In Miami.VOfLD Medium Bombardment Group In

2 Two strictly fresh eggs and but- years and Is \ England, to which he Is attached.
tered toast served with a large serving with aqua n"" I LIKE SOME :MAIl SKt. Prevatt Is a squadron radio GAMES AND RIDES f
cup of excellent coffee ___ 30e rtermasteroutfit Ray E. Carter who has been In operator.AT .
He the Navy since December 1941 ,
3 Bacon and eggs, any style, with writes that the writes thai lie would like to hear "',\ ISL.IND: FOR YOUNG and OLD 'i,
,4 buttered toast and the biggestand Australian from some of his old friends. back
best cup of coffee in ple peo home. His address Is: Ray E;. Woodrow W. Hicks, formerlyof ,j jI
1T. town veryfriendly L Carter, Hampton Is now nearing the I '(
-------------------- 40cI USS Bowditch, c-o FPO,
and he end of his boot training at Ferris
has made a :._ Francisco, Calif. Island. S, C. Ills address U: :
... number of close OLD SARGE'S PLACESTARKE'S
Fruit Juices lOc Rolls 5e NOW STAFF SI ItGE.1NT: Pvt. Woodrow W. Hicks- 943189
I friends since being stationed Promotion of' Sgt. Clifton B. Special Training Unit No. 3, 3rd.
there. Hayes, son of Mrs.. P. O. Hayesof Hn. Farris I811S.. C. I
Brooker. to the rank of staff I ORIGINAL
PROMOTED: IN HAWAII sergeant has been announced by SERVES IN INDIA ,
the Anti-Aircraft Artillery Train- Pvt. Robt. Myrick sends the
HOTEL BLDG. Mr.Olen and L.Mrs.Bedenbaugh L. L. Bedenbaughof son of Ing Center Headquarters, Camp j homefolka some snapshots show Army Store :
Edwards), MasseInducted ing himself at work as an air
Hampton, was recently
pro- Into service In December corps welder. He Is serving with I
to the rank of
with the 7th AAF motor sergeant 1942. Sgt Hayes/received his an Ordnance Maintenance Co. and Authorized by the War Department I ()
This Store Is Strictly poolIn basic training at Fort Kustls Va. has been stationed In India since
Hawaii. He is currently as- While at tills station he was selected last September. Operated by an ExSoldierHEADQUARTERS ;t
signed to drive a staff officer's
to attend an Anti-Aircraft I

IfI G. I. car.Sgt.. Bedenbaugh administration school. Assignedto .
was a surveyor -
the Adjutant General's department .
with the Florida State J
young Hayes has had a
I, in anticipating your needs Road Department before enter- rapid and steady rise having been for all
Ing the Army Air Forces In Oc- promoted to corporal, sergeant r C/ '
tober .
,,, and now staff all within
I' '" sergeant

t Full Line Military" Supplies IV SERVICEThe the Previous year. to entering the service i Military i t SuppliesNovelties I'

II L LI Li Frtgto brotherlY well' Sgt. Hayes was employed( as
I Souvenirs Watches known In Bradford County, recently a timekeeper with the B. B. McCormick -
i entered the service. Paul & Sons Construction and Jewelry
Jewelry Gifts Frlgo. 18, formerly of Lawtey, Company of Jacksonville. \
ia stationed at Camp Butner. N.
"v C. Fred Frigo, also a former KXTEKTA1NEI: IN ENGLAND
GUARANTEEDWATCH resident of Lawtey, but for the Mrs. Alma Hough recently received Ben Suslow'sArmy
l REPAIRING past 11 years connected with the a letter from, the Mayoress Refrigeration Service '
: electric light plant in Jackson- of Warwick, England, guying 'I"
FIST SERVICE ville, enlisted in the Navy and that: "Last week we had the Store
took his boot training at Camp pleasure of entertaining a contingent WINKLER'SELECTRIC {\
a Peary, Va.SER"ES of the U. S. Army. They
The were a fine body of men and SERVICE 209 E. Call St. Starke, Fla. '
Stag WITH SEABEKS: were most appreciative of being 226 Temple Ave. j jI
Mr. and Mrs. Harley F. Strongare shown' around the castle and
proud that their son HarleyJr. other historic buildings of our n
7 Call Street Starke ., la doing his bit to make It ancient town. By request of I SAT. MID-
tough for Tojo by serving with your son, Merrill McMillan, who THEATRE JULY.
the Seabees In the South Pacific. was well and enjoying his visit NIC.IITMONDAY II i.iis STARKE 9th, 10th
Harley is a graduate of the here, I promised to write to I I
Georgia Military Academy, you personally and tell you that .
where he received the rank of we will always do our best to I '
cadet lien tenant. make your people's stay In England >,< ; I
as happy as possible." I ar r
Merrill Is serving oversea with
1780 Hoe Avenue Bronx, Nw York.
t :} j jr You are required to appear on an outfit of engineers. Before
July 28th 1944, In the abov. nam..dCourt entering the service he was an
and cause wherein plaintiff
State Road De.
of the
n" tka divorce. Bradford County
Telegraph shall publish. this Ordei partment.
1 In next four weekly IRSUPH.
Witness my hand and official neat. --
at Starke, Florida, this June 24th, BKOTIIKRS: IN SERVICE:
f Is 44. ;
(OFFICIAL REAL) A, J. Thomas -
As Clerk of said Court.
Walter Hardexty, Daytona Beach iIz .
Fla. Atty for Plf. 8-30 4t 7-21
i:1.: UK"*

We HaveEVERYTHING :' .. < ,, I4# of the life of, a man of action

rR, Yi z ; f -with a flair for romance!

,IfY ,
l i\-1l y mot'- Ilebuiltshipa-withabrand-ncwmcthod... I

you'll want for I He broke hearts-In a way "-
a "
Pictured above are Curtis and all his own! His personal

\1 Ancll Crtffls, sons of Mr. and Mrs. story is dramatic

P! BIG EVENING ! -- .... been 29 Joe months.S.serving'Griffis Both overseas of Starke have for who been almost have In ;t '-.: '' dynamite!

the Army two years and are for- iLI YI
Our Breakfastsare tunate In being In the same comp-
I a any of engineers. Before enter- I
t '
somethingto ing the service they were engagedIn -
crow about! farming. :

Also -
--- ---
SHORT A letter from Cpl. George S. r

from Chambers says "The paper Is a'r

BLANDING 9 a. m. to 9 p. m. I coming fine. It really brings me
closer to my good friends In ,
., with 'a ;df sf
Featuringthe Starker": He If-serving"
best of maintenance division and has a fl '
New York APO number.

Gordon Parker son of Mr. and
CAMPDINER Mrs. O. H. Parker of Brookerwas
fortunate noujh recently to + I a .
I I get a furlough just. In time to + .s

BARe spend his 18th birthday anniversary -
i at home. He has served abouta
I I.r.
Corner Call and Cherry II II year In the South Pacific Naval

_. I Forces aboard one of the Navy's
.p - - - - - -fy I
,I Aircraft. Carriers. He hat seen
----- --- -- - -------- Guam and Ra-
action at Truk.
baul and DOW wears a service ribbon

WORTH WAITING- FOR. I four Indicating major engagements.participation In 0 1i

'I I IA He has gained 12 pounds since

entering the Navy and looks !In i I f s' I i t , i i iI
the pink of ton ltlon. At the I
end of his! furlough he reportedto
another hlpOf the same typeto
;&-,0 : continue Ws work as fireman. Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday-July 11, 12, 13

j jIn
an Interesting letter to the wIIUAM .

C Telegraph. S. U (Buck) Alvarez, NF.
1ine Co. F, U. S Coast Guard. Long
Branch Station West End, N. J.,

Bays "I pulled a surprise recentlyand
slipped up on Lt. A. Z. Ad-
/ood )
c kins at Fort DIx which Is only
Open 9 to 9 Daily about 75 miles from kere. It,1

Except Tuesday was like old times and those 30

I U ...... _,_ -.- -- -,- -,-.-.-.- -0 minutes were filed with ques-I

/I, .

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... .. .
.o . ,-",.., ,m-"..,.... ., 1

! j
''I'i'"" -- lie relations office In settling any ; REVIVAL IN Pit
:: : .
: Training Course Allen Praises terials. TIm NOOSE't differences that might arise be- aRESt
i il The salary of Brady Bryant,, tween civilians and military per- W. L Brown I it, ," ,
\ ;ii r For Scoutmasters Red Cross janitor at B. H. S.. wan raised sonnel. I series of revival w, \ 'naUCllng ee,
$10 a month for the, 1944-45: 4r was Introduced by Church of God on *t at' '
J : t Now Under Way Aquatic SchoolThe 1 The speaker Clair'
terms, and Mal Bryant, janitress r Junlua M. Smith, newly appointed each evening at 8':no o,,
At I \\lIi The first session' of the sum- Rev. Chas. H. Allen recently was rained $5 per month.It program director. I is an old pioneer Indilm, clock, ,
;\\if mer training course for scooters returned from Rollins College, was agreed to equalize all It was announced that the and the public Is , trek
; : In New River Doy Scout District, Winter Park, where he attendedthe bus routes at the next regular Board of Directors had elected to cordially ,/1V
','I'.of was conducted Thursday evening Red Cross 'Acquatlc School, meeting: August 7. Judge E. K. Perryman vice presi- come out and hear him/

June 29, In the State Farm Community June 7.17, as a representative of Knight & Knight were retained dent of the club to succeed! Ver- -A
1 i' House Presided over by the local chapter. Since Mr. Al- as attorneys for the Board for non Howard who resigned be- -
j, Leadership/ Training Chairman len Is Scoutmaster of the local 194445. cause of moving from Starke to Full line of Office Supply

'? Howell Nasworthy! the course Boy Scout Troop, the communityIs All bus drivers were notified Orlando. The Bradford County Teh,
f- with the organizationortiticouters fortunate to have him receive that they must observe a definite
<[ << __ _.. .__-- ,
\ ;, :: present Into a Boy this training.In time schedule in picking up children o v-- -------------

it i Scout Troop. Throughout the remaining commenting on the school, so they will know just when
i weeks: of the course, all Mr. Allen said: "One of the rarest they should be ready. EVERY BRANCH OF
-h work and study will be conducted opportunities of a person's life The Board adjourned to meet
+ with the adult Scout leaders going -' is to be In a position where he Friday, July 14. at 10:00: a. m.,

)s' ', j ti through the paces of Boy, needs the training In water safety at which time the 1944-45 budget 3n6ttranCeB.
yid Scouts In their typical activities. and life saving'and to have a Red will be approved. I

t i Long recognized na the greatest I Cross director who realizes this
,' need of the District Scout Lead- need and affords the opportunity Farmers InvitedTo .i3r 'et ,
ership, training In Boy Scout I 1 to attend one of the National Attend
work Is receiving a new and Acquatlc Schools conducted by the A
:i healthy emphasis In the three ,I I Red Cross at various placeD In Annual Field Day : A'. C. WALL
r .
United States.i
counties comprising the New RIv
'er District-Baker,' Union and I I I i "Especially emphasized were AH farmers who are Interested
f Bradford. A great' deal of Interest I. the newest and moot efficient In growing feed for cows should AgencyConstant
has been shown In the pres- I methods of saving a drowning attend the annual field day at the

f .* Training course which Is open I person anj also means of prevent- Florida Experiment Station, Gainesville -
1 men already active l in Scout {I,ing water accident The methods next Wednesday afternoon,. Service Over 50 Years

d j 1' rk aa well1 as to new volun- lURed -i* life saving are Just, common July 12th.
:>r''worker It Is prepared prl- sense methods. that most Some new grasses have been Please Phone 1J6CLASSIFIED II'
active I people would use In an emerg- tried and found to be very good.
.arily for the several
,_ ...... .
I' I Several' farmers In thin County - - - -
4\\ Scoutmasters In the District. ence If they had time to think.
Preceding the training session, I But usually there Isn't time to I have gotten enough of these ,
the Monthly Court of Honor advanced think. The lifesaver must act grasses to set a few acres, and
't ScouU meeting requirements Immediately or death may occur others may get them if they ___ ADS

s ; and awarded Merit badgesto Therefore, all who have the opportunity want them County Agent L. T, :YAMI
other Scouts showing required to receive Instruction in Dyer says WANTED FOR BALE-5 Shcmti ITMatheny
work. Camping and Activities' water safety methods should do Those who expect to make this Listings on apartments houses or I new ,Blandlnir 1V4{ miles road frum, Von .'

Chairman W. T. ''Clute presided j so in order that more lives mightbe I tour of the pasture next Wednesday homes for rent located within 20
I .
over the Court In the absence of saved. 'Between 80 and 90 afternoon should arrangeto Or Hub CoWLeg-JYLw York 5.n Bmll 5jWfc rf. V.S.Irw "DIn ...,...,.. miles of Starke "$SV it.'t'Xag' SS: :

Advancement Chairman Judge E. percent of all drownlngs occur carry as many interested farmers 119 East Call Street turn content to H\fn\ Rob
: { K. Perryman. within 10 feet of safety. The as possible and meet at the or near a garage and he relations office, whose duties consist volt wallet Walnut street L>o and k
"' j At the business) session followIng reason for( ao many deaths from University at 1:30: p. m. '''There ed the flame might easily fear-I(I not only of sending publicity W. T. CLUTE, Realtor FOR SALE 1942
( li the Court of Honor, Harry C.Bmhm.Field drowning Is the fact that most Is usually from 100 to 200 men This la another in a material to newspapers and other PEA SEED for sale. Earl Sedan., Radio, Heater ChevroletHAY Orli
t1 Executive, announced people have not been taught the and women on these todra, and automobile fires here, probably publications, but go deeper into Cook, Htarkn. -30: StpIP Walnut tire*. See ntreet.Sara Heed ISO
that several hundred dollars simple things that can be donein provision has been made to /how resulting from leas frequent check fostering better relations I be- YOU WOULD BUY OR SB LI.-
have been contributed toward the case of a water accident." them some very interesting things ups of wiring systems during the tween the and surrounding milk cow, mock cow, beef catFOR SALE-1934 Chevrolet plot|
j feed for' Mr. tie, stock bulls or hogs, get In truck. Motor In Bond rondo!
rehabilitation and maintenance of about growing cows, "mechanic shortage," Chief. Bu- communities.In touch with J. D. Odom, Jr., tires fair. Apply K. L, Cr!
b' Camp Francis* beautiful camp site Board Appoints_ Dyer Wishes to have a large number ford said.Lieut. closing his remarks, Lt. Box 247 Stark._Box 204 Lake. ford. Rt. 2._Box 129. Stark,
c4 Ito front "this county City.; Telephone 481 Lake City.MULR
} for Scouts,' located at Interlachen.: :"go Thell pledged to the people of 1.6.44 PORTO RICO potato vlnu.-(
Dr. M, B., Herlongv beloved phyal- Five New TeachersFollowing Starke the assistance of the pub- Idge Ga8ett Starke.
ft I VI clan of. Starke. has been made TheilIs FOR HALR-Ida Sweat Rt.
k r e com mendation Firemen Called 2. Box ea, StarkeFla.. 2tp FOR SALE--flood toll uprlniirntton
el Chairman' of the Board for administration I Guest SpeakerAt luattrenB.. -120 N, n
from Trustees of Special 'Tax For Auto BlazeThe SPENCER SUPPORTS Individually St.FOR.
14 of the Camp. Dr.
tk i School District No.3, the School Rotary ClubLt. SERVICES AT GOSPEL denlffned' .-Mr*. Bertha Pearce,
l Herlong Is also'.Chairman' of the TENT ,SOS W. Madison St. 6-23-4tp HALK-Complete 3-plcc
Board, in session Monday,'' appointed local fire 'department experienced room milt: also mlt\trP..l\I1d
4 1'3 '4 New River'scoui District. I I the following teachers for a "dry run"_ shortly LeOn S. Thell public rela- Two Sermons by Rev. L. J. FOR SALE-ullRMIy 'u..d. good an springs; for$30 nlce cash or will|||
Of the Hal'change <
special Importance was new complete 61 volume set prewar
unable Bradford Elementary and High after 9 Wednesday evening whena tions officer Camp Headquarters Oliver Sunday 3 p. m. vard dandle LibrarY Write L. rouph.-221 S. Cherry 81.
announcement that'men to
t I I School for the 1944-45 term: blaze In an automobile at Van's Camp Blanding, was guest speaker Subject: 'The Two Coming A. Shepherd, Box 671, Starke. T. K. Riddle.. .
ij attend this first session of the
!I Mrs: Joyce Futch, Mrs. T. O. Place adjacent to the Union Bus at the Rotary Club Wednesdayand Ones, The Christ and the FOR SALE-Trailer houw
training school ,could still enroll FOR SALE-between BO and 60chkkH
+ at the next session held at theFt Landon, Mrs.. Sue McQuiston, Mra.J. Station was extinguished betorethe' by the friendliness and Infor- Anti-Christ." ., age 7 week. Red. $20 If I St.owner, Homer Drew 11611amtaken '
+ ate. Farm HoUlte.I I I O. Smith and James Hobbs fire truck reached the spot. mality of hla' manner, much was Sunday night 8 O'clock: At once. Mr.. Moltt, Bfl5W.
{ Community Madison St., Starke. lip
turned In the alarm done toward sealing: the already FOR SAI.F.-l saddle! horn
Other teachers have previouslybeen An M. P. "What it is to be a Chris
Thursday July 6, at 8 m. I addle $100.00. 1 8 mm n
announced. and then returned to help push good relations that exist between tian". REWARD OFFERED-for return ...a.m..rland projector p.r
Upon recommendation from the flaming car away from the ,Camp Blanding and Its nearest Located back of Union Bus containing to Walnut valuable street USO purse condition.. Larry' hotel B.

1 : Trustees of Special ,Tax District gasoline pumps near which it had city-Starke. StationEverybody tion card and personal. belonging
: STARKE No 15, Mra. Susie, Moore was been parked and to help put, out Lt. Theil gave an Insight Into Welcome urday.*. Lost Mrs.. In J.Starke D. Stewart store, Oenhou..e Sat- WANTED. In Starke or 6 by room Annum nnfurni L
TRANSFER appointed teacher for the Hell- the fire before much damage had the working of a military public eral Delivery. Starke. lip quire at Wonder Gift Shop
bronn Elementary School. been caused except to the. Igni- I
rkE tis The Superintendent was Instructed tion system where the fire start- ,

Y Local And I to notify all drivers of privately
i ed.The
owned buses that they must car was owned by R. L. These Our Enemies
Long Distance :I have "Stop Signs" on their vehicles Crosby, a Bradford County farmer T are
and also that their buses and was being, driven by
Hauling must be closed up at the'rear. his daughter. 1ft '
Wallace Sol a no was given con- I Volunteer firemen 'were called ;;' R r''
tract to repair the roof of the out because!' of the nature of the .:::r ,, i.jr!.
Phone 179 Hampton School at a cost of $662, I alarm wWlch Informed Fire Chief :
with Mr. Solano furnishing ma- Buford that the car was parked


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