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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: January 2, 1942
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Home of the


Trading and TELEGRAPH Sweetest Strawberries


Recreation Center for BRADFORD COUNTY This Side of Heaven


CAMP BLANDING

Official County 'Publication Established In 1877

NUMUKlt TENol.lME
STAItKE. FLOmDA. FRIDAY. JANUARY 2, 19-11
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AWEEKLY-


;!t v = Practice Blackout Monday Night ..

NEWS ANALYSIS By Edward C. Wayne First j


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Starke Must Be In Complete Darkness .'.
Conferences .
Roosevelt and Churchill FreeforAllIn i Loc Service t Men Ambulance Corps From 9-9:15 P. M.-Fire Siren .


Aim at Strategy for Smashing Axis; Get Promotions* Will Sound WarningStarke
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': Army Is Withdrawn to Spare Manila; Reno Jook II Infantry, Several at Starke Camp men Blandlng in the 124th have Plans Perfected will rehearse for an air raid next Monday night.

recently received promotions. The first-and probably only-local! "practice" blackout

Jap Sub Is Sunk Off California Coast Eve-too' often a I, Sgt. Al Kay Carlisle has been DI'. M. B. Heilons. chairman ol will begin at 9 o'clock and last for 15 minutes.

Christmas of celebration rather than of promoted from staff sergeant to the Division of Health and. HousIng This is how you'll know to douse the lights in your business

epinlona sr. ..pr...... In ,,,... ..Iamn. ,..., time clash between I first sergeant. In the Bradford County Defense or residence : the fire siren at the municipal light and
EDITORS NOTIC-Wb.n ........ 0' '''I. "...pap.r.) meditation saw a
., an" .11' A
anal, a. Council, has appointed
Is acting
r. &b... ., 'b. nSWS Wutern N.wupap.r Union.' police officers of Starke and agroup Lt. Elmo R. Struth now water plant will\ sound for 45 seconds followed by 15 secondsof
by
IR.I..ct Ambu
, CHURCHILL: of negro soldiers in a RenoStarke's I talion.adjutant' for the 2nd Bat J.lance Thomas corps al'to head be ready of the for any silence. This signal will bo repeated over a period of five'

PHILIPPINES colored settlement) Jook
: ( minutes.
( DramaThe stated here Wednesday Corp. Edward Johnson has been emergency In the present war
It was ;
joint. The all-clear signal will be
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Thomas -
Dr. Herlong and, Mr. are ---- '-.
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\Battle arrival in Washington of afternoon that contraryto I promoted to staff sergeant and I rapidly getting their organlzatlnr i fivhort' blasts, about five
feared the Is servingn" message' center Error In Describing
negro
I was
of Manila Winston Churchill, prime minister previous reports
,,), The fan perfected which to, In part, .M i seconds each. Then you can
Ito b. near at hand yesterday aa of England, for a long series of sergeant shot by police officer I chief. iollows:: Hospital SiteIn I
Japanese troops ,continued to Christmas conferences with Presi 1 \v:. E. Thornton did not die and I Pvt. George Silcox: has been There will be 12 litter cirr I turn your lights. back on

Idiiva in great force from the dent Roosevelt and the working out was not as seriously wounded as II promoted to .corporal. three ambulance drivers three Its recent description of thet33.0OO again.

north and south with their dive of a united method of conductingthe at first believed. Lt. R. G. Kldd has recently returned nurses and three clerks. At opec- County Health Center Final plans for the practice

i bOmbers controlling the roads war was dramatic.It According to accounts given from officers' training atlng team has already br n appointed noon to be erected In Starke, the blackout were made' Wednesday ..'

from the air. General MacAr- was precedent-shattering for out by the police, a group of 23: :I school at Ft. Bennlng and has which consists of ''''1', I* Telegraph inadvertently placed ion by joint action of the .

Ithur's men, without benefit of one thing. or 30 negro soldiers were making reassumed command of the Head- H. Jennings as chief op f .01* and the "soul liwest corner oi Bradford County Defense

I reinforcement, were being pushed It was a triumph for Americanand morry and began throwing bot- quarters Detachment. Drs. M. B. Herlong anu E,, Church and Seventh s'-ets( II Council and other county and ''

back steadily toward the city. British censorship, for another tles around In an indiscriminatemanner. Mlddleton assistants.! E' tV. B, will be on Church street, and authorities. M. F. Brown

I continued to bomb thing.It Officers W. E. Thorn Parka will administer the anes near 7th street; but not on the city *
: The Japanese
I Manila. relentlessly. In spite of burst on the American press at ton and Fred Sapp answered a Tree Contest thetic. corner. chairman of the Defense'Council.

c I fact It had been declared by 8:59 one evening after most of the call to go to the scene.! Mrs. Mary Lee SI nail and The property which was donated urges all personswho |ts

I the United States to be an "open newsmen in Washington had known I About the same time ((10 P. Mrs. George Inmati vv.ll be the by Congressman and Mia. know of the blackout to In- 'i,
s the all about the plans for a week, and : Lax Green and which the form their acquaintances, who f"might
, I Japanese troops continued M.), Sheriff A. O. Andreu and Winners NamedPrize nuraea for the operating team upon "
Ito city. into the Philippines from "hadn't breathed It to a soul. Road Patrolman Melvin McKinney Nurses for the ambulance corps Health Center will stand, in onus be unaware of the plans),

: (six pour Invasion points. Churchill. his pipe his cane, hi. decided to drive out and "see are needed, Dr. Herlong stated- i wrest aide of Church street so that cooperation might be* aa *

., I the landing spots had been navy jacket and the rest looking what waagoing on In Reno" before Dinners In the annual: giaduate nurses who are perhaps al>out the center of the block be- nearly 100 per cent as possible.

I Five of Island of Luzon, three to the very much a* he did during the turning In for the night. outdoor CHfrtatmaa) tree lighting now out of practice, married or "ireen Jackson and 7th itreets. It Street lights will be turned off '

I on the to the east and one toy August conference, was ensconcedIn Seeing Thornton's car parked in contest, sponsored by the Wo I otherwise. lies Immediately north of the by the city. but 1( l la up to the
: north. one the White House while Mr. Roosevelt Club and home of Mr. and Mrs. VV. M.Wlmberly. individual property owner to see
northwest of Manila and the front of the jook they enteredthe man's Club,: the1.Rotary Mr. Thomas la seeking his 12
the 11xth on the Island of Mindanao sat smiling on the sidelines,. place and Sheriff Andreu told the American Legion, were announced litter carriers and ambulance drivers that Hfthta. in his residence or

I at Davao.was which the Japanese watching his confrere from overseas men the crowd to quiet down. At this, yesterday. aa ,follows: : which he hopes to secure place of bwlnera: are turned out

claimed to have occupied. I fence with the his newspaper cloak. a large negro slipped his hand 1st-Mrs."C. A. Knight,'' $:5. from a"'long.the. at the proper time. Do ,not go
and chuckle Into Lt'glo"nalrel'I' out night, locking your
Shot Monday
This island and particularly One of the prime minister's wisecracks into his shirt whereupon the 2nd-MI..,., A. Z. Adklna, $3. There will be two Accidental door and leaving light burning..
b( are heavily populated sheriff ordered him to take It litter, who should be strong and
port
Davao made history. A newsman of $1 each were force
Five prizes Such carelessness may an
) and though the defenders and hit him with a black- capable: of carrying heavy portions. -
out,
, by Japanese, : asked him "How long will it take awarded to the following: Mrs. R. know alr-ralil warden to break open a
air force must
the Dutch All of these Kills
aid from BoyCameron
had jack Young
fifth column to win the war? He replied "About F. Demorest, Mrs. C. II. Nas- door or* window and extinguish
'. they had considerable half as long U we do it well as If This seemed the signal for areeforall worthy Mrs. W. A. Stern. Mrs.A. flist aid. the forbidden light.
In need
Is
to face as welL the four officers The ambulance corps
activity with
{ ,
do It badly. .. 0. Andieu and Mrs. Ralph
Most Important landings were on we roared the President on one side and "the rest of of a station wagon or some vehicle lloyettc, 10-year-old All business houses that cioae
The reporters Alvarez. converted employe at before 9 o'clock must b. left in
of
the Llngayen gulf. In which an estimated merrily and the prime the world' on the other. Stools capable of being Ron Iia Boyelte.
:,' 80 transports had been sight laughed one of his well-known and chairs were thrown by the Two prizes of II each for en- Into an ambulance, Dr. Heilongstated. the Ford garage, wits killed the darkness, with no lights on for

ed the first day. and at Atlmonan. minister gave merriment. and the battle finally got tiance decorations were awarded The undertaken may day after Christmas when his safety, advertising or any otherreason.

J' 75 on miles east and slightly south of chuckles of jo negroes: hot and so dangerous that to Mrs. R. A. Green and Mrs. K. need their ambulances for other brother, William 12, accidentally No unauthorized person

Manila, where there were said to be COAST: when a colored sergeant, tURBel- O Duncan. purposes. They are also in need dropped a'410 shotgun which was Is supposed to be on the street
and flint aid and sent Its load Into the blackout. If you are
40 transports. with the sheriff, tried to take Judging took place Christmasve af a headquaiters a discharged during
Sea AttacksThe ing of 10 deslroua two brothers, together automobile at the time, pull
bad estimated the total his Thornton placed his revolver % night by representatives itatlon. Dr. Herlong very till groin. The In an
Washington forces of the Japanese Japanese submarine fleet, at gun against the negro's side 116 three organizations. A few of having: use of the American with 9-year-old C. A. John- up to to the curbing turn off

landing to 100.000 men. and least part of It, was apparently active and fired, according to reportsby I tiees were not lighted at this Legion hall which Is no well son, were hunting and fishing the lights, and aeek the nearest

: at from Manila 80,000 source seemed to off the California coast coming the police. The negro got up I I time, it was said and consequently Fitted for such a station-..-If and near the t trestle on Alligator shelter Wardens .,will. be, placed "

think while this a Uttte. high it waa prob- close inshore to attack eoastwiie and ran off, and It was reported could not be considered, although when the WPA recreation project creek: about 9 A. M. They, trying ,at all highway entrances 'to the "

4 able that they revised, their estimate vessels.At that he died later, but these reports known to be., very attrac? Is through, with it. to stop the flow 0?' blood. city to halt motorists entering

upward after the Atlmonan landing. least one submarine had been were In error, it was stated I < Dr. Herlong has asked the cooperation which was steadily streaming I Starke during the, blackout pe
sunk according to an official announcement live.Honorable mention and commendation of druggists In havingon from an artery, put him In the

. The combined Filipino and American This craft had been Wednesday. was given to the following hand all necessary emergency I creek, but he died before, medical riod.Members of the Jones Lang-

forces had held the enemy blown into debris by an army: for beautiful and spectacular supplies. Also the furniture dealers I assIstance could get to him. ford-White American Legion..Post

pretty much to a standstill in the the bomber. Slows Down lighting effects: the City of have been requested to handle Ira Boyette and a fellow em have been sworn in as special defense .

: north but it wa evident that that at Two tankers, at least. had been War Starke the Woman's Club and sufficient quantities of cola, beds, I ploye, Ernest McCall, were called officer during: the emergency

Llngayen gulf landing and the sunk but come five others after Dr. M. B. Herlong.Christmas springs and other necessary materials I to the scene of the tragedy, secured with L>. J. Green as their ''i

: Atlmonan had a* their, object attack. had been able to escape. In cnse of an emergency. c an ambulance, and had thebody Chief, anti, they will be busy during -

5 splitting of General Douglas MacArthur' Few of them. If any carried guns Christmas GrossAlthough Tbe Red Cross will supplement 1 taken to the funeral home the practice blackout (and
Into two Party
defense forces as protection and the skippers this necessary equipment, Dr. :Saturday mornIng the body WIIS any and all future blackouts) to

groups, a typical Axis maneuver.The seemed to feel they would be extremely business At ParkTCafe Herlong stated. I taken to Climax: Ga., for burial.According see that all visible lights in their

seriousness of the situation useful. Christmas to the story, Wllllnm district are out They have full

with regard to the Philippines was Some of those who escaped told' was still far ahead of that experienced The downpour of rain on Chi 1st- saw! a bird and wan slipping power to act and will see to It

not underestimated there or in this of the submarines coming to the In the pre-Blanding thai era.Ctaike mas day did not dampen the spirit Bids Advertised :around! the tree to take a shot that the blackout Is a success,

., country and seemed to depend fora surface and shelling them. and that merchants all agree of Nick G. Stavrlanos or the at him when his foot slipped) In though they do not anticipate
the
successful: outcome on the send- if they'd had guns "the subs would it was adversely affected by enthusiastic appreciation of the the slick mud. He dropped the anything but loyalty and cooperation .

ingof supplies and fleet unit. to the have made wonderful targets." recent declaration of war and the on I 43 service men who he had aa On Project :gun on a sort of bluff, Mr. Boy- in this regard..

: scene. Japanese markmanshlp had been consequent restrictions to town.placed""Where guests at his Park Cafe for a Big ette stated, which turned the barrel Anyone found taking< advantage

that the escaped vessels soldiers coming delicious turKey dinner. of the gun toward his brothers of tbe blacked-out streets to

HONOLULU: io were bad ablo to turn away from the Call Street waa a the peethlng Christmas mans At 1:30: when 'MI'''. Probetteand Bids for construction of two It fired.Parking. engage In thievery or other nefarious

the mainland of khaki during 'of the Legion are now practices' will be punished to
ReinforcementsReports foe and make It to in 1940, there was Miss Horton major local projects
shopping period with the 30 boys advertised indicating that the fullest extent of the' law.
_
that heavy reinforcement roves in safety. a"liberal smattering of soldiers staff arrlyed being Meters
widespread up only Center had have a modernIzed It Is hoped that every, citizen
Recreation will Boon
were Starke
t planes* had of arrived bombing In, and Hawaii fighting, and and The down attacks the coast reaching! from among the throngs of shoppers \ the the 'Legion privilege -of inviting, they and enlarged school plant a* Mow A Closed IssueThe will set his time-piece by Western,
this season. ,
seaboard to and sewerage Union that all be' together
what seemed to water no may
northern In
farther welcomed well as adequate
that the air defenses of the island the that were parking meter are gone
Francisco. One drug store reported However aa a warning signal, the
' south of San home dining room facilities.The
footing be a huge and the
firm points satisfied,
were
once more on a cent the contract
I sales had dropped 25 per decorated and filled City Council will receive fire alren at the light' plant will
hawed two things. LIBYA since the declaration of war and beautifully that was truly bid "for furnishing and irgiimnl between the City of blow a. described above.
: sealed
not with something Meter -
First that Washington wa that Starke and the Dual Parking I
showed
figures at another and Works extensionsand I (Continued on page'eIght)
passing up the detente of the Pacific Epic Destruction week sales were off symbolic of the day-giving Installing water M. Co., of Oklahoma City Okla.,
Christmas until 1 P. .
Christ-
.; In favor of all other tactics, but of troops engaged week receiving In the spirit of plant addition las at last been settled once and.
numbers from the same
time
While the one-fourth 16, at which
that Hawaii and other points would mas. Friday, January StartingNext
figured for all.
laid I
had
as .
not enormous All merchants
was latt will be publicly
" get what reinforcements it was pos- the British year. of : The home atmosphere was emDhasized all bids received I A total of $24270 was taken
front. stocks
the Russian lit unusually large which aloud at the City WeekIn
from
sib!. to send. all bv the blowing! opened and read the time
from
rwteii
had taken on with the from tile
merchandise
The freezing of employees' labor the Libyan aspects offensive of what British commentators expectancy Christmas of a "normal"1 shop II was given: ; bYNIck G. loannon by Hall.The Bradford County Board of I they we'o installed. (March 2) up The

and wages on the Pearl Harbor repair : called "an epic of ann and then a toast of happiness will receive to tho present time according to
season.
;; job also showed there wa* a ping the host. Public Instruction Carl Johns, city clerk. The o Ity TelegraphANOTHER
and additions
determination to clean the affair up hilation. mechanizedorces Mothers wives and sweethearts sealed bids on alterations authorities. readily admit that a

t* rapidly aj possible. Hundreds General Rommel's left of them were Post Office Enjoys who were visiting boys were also to existing school buildings great deal more would have been

of mechanic had been rushed there what was "last stand" before Rush Invited, adding an extra touch of at Starke" up to 10 A. M., akcn out of them If the reguUloug -
a Greatest
make
i from the mainland! and the work was about to The imperial hof't>ltality. It was a 'happy time January 20.Complete. with reference: to the parking -
obtained
surrendering. be
under way. declared without for all, though, no one enjoyed It details may meters had been rigidly '!n- LIVELY
had official
Also these two facts proved their high command the British fleet I Without referring to more than George Kopelousoswhose by consulting legal advertisements forced. And thereby hangs a tale.

Corollary to be true, that the tea equivocation that cut off bpea. figures! Postmaster Fred F. Stump chief delight was to see appealing In this Issue Because the city realized thatIt '

lanes between Hawaii and the main- had the Germans' escape land forces had stated Wednesday that last month that all were -served as If they I of the Telegraph. not enforced the regula- STORYBy
had!
the
land were and usable proof and that was the beat month in the historyof all they could eat. ,
home-
open easily
were was
that the fleet I keeping them surrounded In Cyrenalca. the Starke postofflce. Business 'will live long In the York"Outstanding II lon*. a compromise
was busy
event
reported This K. Mixon, of
. tem t that way.f.Successes I I British thrusts were being of In December 1941, was at of all who were ,at the "Sergeant made Monday when B. the author
the borders memory of Ihe'company
of our naval vessel even within not least 25 per cent greater than Cafe Christmas Day. because FilmOne representative the "Th Postman Always
Park
a point and
TripoHUnia. I Installed the meters
least
and at who
neighboring 1940, all l
December of
were time, desire .
reported from time to was
the
In the previous Lava just now great of the outstanding picturesof 'got together. The "
reached cent better than the to City "Dads" Twlc
and the list of Japanese boats sent even l.OOO per. give and give Rings *

only the I civilians lr to Florida
. to the lost
British against Co. approximately -
comes
Meter
: to the bottom continued to grow in slon by the ame period., 1939, ,he said. In service who have but the year Dual Parking
four-day
the men for a It
deal.
Sunday tbe *
Theatre 12.500 on *
. length Italians. rush Ideals of
and importance.lfl.bt5.holjday..message. were not During the Christmas to give for the Is the tactual -
Reports that the Italians begun run. '"Sergeant York" wan said. Tha City, ,of Starke
employed
clerks were
PRESIDENT: withdrawing at fast as the Germans seven additional in the Starke office. They democracy. story of Alvin C. York Tenneissee oat nothing., Therefore,. since the When his wife decided to

of affection brought cartoonists to the tore IBtcls Everett McKin- mountaineer who becarneAmerica's pipe used as pedestals for the return to her career M *
,
Bill Long
German were: soldier
.. love and pride to themen In country who showed away Hugh .Inffram. Lester Spon- New Year Begins number one meters would cost as much to remove infer. Leonard Borland
racing oey War.
uniform. President Roosevelt as- and Italian forces Lula Davist. Service hero in the first World and ship back to Oklahoma
X4
tiaJd- and Mia *
noltz, With Prayer
I Mutsotel (
with has. hip greatest and determined, to, atop
from bayonets Gary Cooper worth, was
$ aured them of ultimata victory and awl grinning of Starke, and 1.. C. Smith, 6f City as they were
,f that the nation was Wholeheartedlybehind rig a stop-watch on them. Hitler. Graham. rn' keeping-with! a proclamation role to date as the 'Tennessee" since they were not In. the way her. But how? 'Then he

them whether- they were up at a flabbergasted Libya-well by 'President Roosevelt, and "In mountaineer who "got religion here and can be.used for flagstaffs discovered that he could
In ,objector,
tactics conscientious
4t 'BghUac. 'or The British have an became a Christmas trees, "hitching
training for,the battle, equalto Church order that Stark may the ,
taking part in the Innumerabl.I.rvleel carried out by strong forces st all Methodist opportunity to feel the, strength and ;yet emerged as one of! posta' and other purposes-the ain, .-. and the trouble
the enemy timet
all
of the ''and In superior to ,unity In such greatest heroes of forfeited Its 23 per You'll! love
army .,navy. had been to move westward Services for next Sunday are a. that conies from of the film I lit the City gladly l really began.
aoacombatant fleldsj times, ", ,Ministerial Alliance Highlight from the me-
the of the proceeds
shooting up thing. famous cent of
route 'ellows rChurch most a
the modern
He..Ald"You: are setting an !Inspiring along a southern at distant points and School 10:00 A. M.. under rponaored .. union service In the sequence depicting of the first ten (ISO.67), and allowed the thio; story'

example for the nation and to the coast the troops th 2a leadership of Judge E. K. Methodist Church at. 11 o'clock on single encounter that Is meter pipes to stand where they modern marriage.:
up the true story
mopping War-a
the people a* you have 'aw.often In then News Year's Day<- It had been World
">. sst" caught In a series of trap Ferryman. aa National', Day of. familiar, to all Americans. This
Morning Worlhlp.11:00 o'clock. proclaimed I action where Sergeant York: are.New TWO
eight) I Is the
Continued on page
( Sermon subject "Happy New Prayer. performed his amazing feat of Bank Clerk
were requested
to Mr. McCoy. Mrs.: I In a World at War." All business houses killing 25: German -
Stolen Car Found According Carter, Year. 6:30 to close from 11 to 12 single-handedly Hamlter has accepted a
and a Mrs. Fellowship meetings. : and. with T. L.
Sewell Youth
machine gunners SINGby
W. B. I
order that employes Florida Bank CAN
In the
Beaver o'clock with
The Ford which was ''driving along on P. M. the aid of a handful of comrades, position I
coupe were Jacksonvilleand might "come together for prayer Starke, assuming' his new duties -
at
In
Ser- .
stolen from In front of the Bland- atreet (Road 13) husband Evening Worship at 7:30. and worship for Ood'a guidanceand 'capturing 132 prlzoners.Critics on December IS. He cameo -
whose -
Posltlona As unanimously praised
Carter "Our
!n, Grill on Walnut street while Mrs. of Mr. McCoy recognized -non aubjejct for victory." I have York.. Walter Starke 18 months" ago from, I

Ita owner Charles waa a friend parked on the Cod's Workmen. at All churches opened their doors "Sergeant "one of Gainesville and has been associated JAMESM.CAIN'
McCoy, em- the car services Wednesday of the Wlnchell describes it as Hamlter.Willy
Prayer ,
that the tot tbe accommodation of with Richard A
P'oye_of the local Coca-Cola Company street. It was thought for four or r:30: P. M. public on this National Day of the greatest entertainments I; automobile agents
there la extendedto "
waa eating supper on De- car had been was noti- A cordial welcome Prayer. all time. I
McCoy \
It
"nber 7, waa recovered on the five daya. Mr. all.
12tb. fied and got the car. C


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11RADFORD COUNTY TKLKGKAPI1. 8TAUKK. FLORIDA FRIDAY. JANUARY t.i

3 .' ..."...on.,
n'''' &
Level, spent the week-end with liUDUmitl John Livewhose >>.u.1.11.,

: seems to me, is a call to which everyone Brooker Brevities Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Conner. Known place but whose of renlcleiu buslntmt, .i II,

The Bradford County Telegraph will want to respond. We will want to do I Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Crosby Bute and and National Is car Ralph Bank}oJ.Bulldlngr Potts 17,"''
children, Randolph <
We the natl, Ohio; B. K. Hall
KnUMlMbed 1877NAnQNALEDirORIALASSOOAIION it to the very limit of our ability. I of Mel rose, Christ- Bobby. were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Doe Hall his wire whom and
E. McGauly
M ll
Mm. Klilon Hardy
.,' ME.MBER. people want to show that we are ready and By Pat Kelly, of Pine Level. Tuesday Grace residence Kenney Is and Hampton John PI!,
i)> ,
eager to be of some service to our country.We Mr. and Mrs. Purvta Hftzen and mas.Mrs.. Alice Thomas and Miss night. ney her husband whimi III"*
FLORJD\PRESS AsocrAno\ and Mrs. Beu- residence Is 5453 Uldduit '
'.' ". c in reality fighting two wars- (ton, of Hampton were visitingMr. Lorraine Thomas and Leslie Mrs. J. R. Kelly Chicago Illinois; I.
are and, Mrs. Mann Hazen :lion- Thomas have returned after lah Kelly were business visitorsto And to' all persons

: > 19.41 one, the great struggle on all the continentsand I spending several days In Jacksonville Waldo Saturday.John claiming estate any right' havi9", jR,
mortgage f
J:. ... Matthew _________ Editor and Owner all the oceans, and the other the war day.The many friends of Mr. and with relatives. Kelly of Spartanburg S. or on those certain or pure-flu other ?,,.

insidious here at home. Mrs. Art-ford Brown regret to Mr. and Mr. Frank Feagles C.. was visiting his son and In Bradford Included County In Floridame /.
against an enemy that
SUBSCRIPTION iAiEyeerty learn of the serious illness of were transacting business In Jacksonville daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. (load No. designated part.aft. !
That is inflation. It creeps up on In recently. He was accompanied ect No. ,.6651 'f
Six Month. 1.00 enemy their baby. He Is a patient Friday. Earl Kirby, by as located ,?.
$1.75 and
I ; us as stealtbily as a thief in the dark. As the Alachua County Hospital. but Mr. and Mrs. Harold Sapp of home by Mrs. Kirby pnrtment platted of the the State State of HUM?
on" Fridays'and Entered a i 8eO1 his Mrs. who Is spending the Christmas .ni shown by right .p"
rabllBbed Weekly the President has said inflation is a fqrmof reports are of improvement. Jacksonville. were visiting of "" .
thereof on file In .
the .
Office at Startce Fla. Misses Lucille and Geneva Par- Christmas day. holidays there with relatives. offi .
Mid CIa 8 Matter at the Port takes account of the Nora Sapp Clerk of the Circuit Court i,
that
1 taxation no rish, of Jacksonville, spent Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Mott and Fred Haiclop' made a business for Bradford County, Pl.r14&

ability to pay and strikes directly at the Christmas here wltth relatives. Mr. and Mrs Hugh Rahn and trip to Jacksonville Wednesday.A entitled Petition cause being on filed the 23rd th. ,

BlIILK VERSE In the Lord. American sandard of life. Our job, there- Mrs. O. A. Gay Mrs. Guy Par- daughter, of Raiford. were Christmas family reunion was held at December A. D. 19", Ity Br d",,,
"Finally, my brethren. be strong dab and Mrs.;' Herbert Parrlah day guests of Mrs Jim Mott the home of KVs. A. S. CrosbyChristmas County, political nutidlviu,,.
the whole fore is double one and in this renewed the State of Florida, et. al.. ,
might Fut on a children, ,,
and In the power of his were shopping In Gainesville recently and children. day. Eight ;you. and each of you.

armor of God. tbat ye may be able to stand effort to which we of the Defense Savings Mr. and Mrs. Mac Collins and 31 grandchildren and three great- condemn for public the roadway nut-id and ,,

against the wiles of the devil. For we wrestle staff must now dedicate ourselves we must Corp. Roscoe Parrluh. of Ft. children. of Jacksonville are visit- grandchildren were present.EVERGREEN land purposes situate,: lying said and nnn",.(.."
blood but agalrmt principalities Bennlng, Ga., was the holiday Bradford County:: Florldi"hl,
flesh and ,
not agaliutt rulers of the make sure that we deal effectively with Mr. and ing Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Gainey. more particularly described '.,
of his parents
against powers against the guest Miss Madeline Crosby Is visiting lows:
darkncHH of this world against spiritual! wlckodnesH both enemies.For Mrs. J. R. Farrlsh. her sister and brother-in-law Uj Air*. F. A. Rosier 'PARCELS NO. 1-S. 11 0.1\'

In high placet Wherefore take unto you that reason, it seems to me, our Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Dees! were Mr. and Mrs. Benny Walters, in Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Hamilton 1-4 That of portion!Section of 3G(ME. ToM-iuiLI 1 1.4 I

the whole armor of God, that ye may be able to major effort now must be directed particu- visiting friends In Hampton Sun New York. and J. E. Rosier! spent the weekend South.within 60 Kane feet of 21 the KIlltl: ,''h 5
having done all. to and :Mrs. T. W. Markey with Mr. and ? ?
evil day and day.Mr. Mr. in Ft. Pierce of Projeut 5651
withstand in the of life who receive O. W. Barry had Maid "-n
61Ol3.Ilerc'ri larly at those in all walks and Mrs. and Roy Green were. visiting\ in Mrs. Paul Glover. being described RN follow/
:
land Ephestans regular pay from wages and salaries. as holiday guests, Mr. and Mrs.of Starke Monday.Mr. Cheathem Peele, of Jacksonville HHld gin on NE the 1-4 North of N\V houiidnrr..

Inflation feeds current income rather L. W. Barry and children, and Mrs. Mal Vickery, of spent Christmas here with point 832.9 feet West ,.' 4 ih,
,
on
: and Mrs. J. R.
Wauchula Mr coiner thoreof, ,
then n'
Can Help Gainesville were visiting Mr. and < 1w..terly
Yon relative
Flow than the that now rests in the Crews and' daughter. Marjorie from tanifeir ii, i
on money returned "
Our WayAs Mrs. Eai 1 Green Wednesday.Mrs. Mrs. Maggie Forsythe Mouth :a? degrees St ]
Decision fninuin
To Swing the vaults of savings banks. It may seem Sue of Jacksonville' Mrs. Flor- W. H. Hinton is spending Friday after spending the past curve seconds to WoKt left along tI. jrc a\\

we enter upon a new year-a year heartless to speak of excess spending on I ence Varnedoe. Mr. and Mrs.Mr.C. a few days In Jasper with week In Jacksonville with herchlldl'en. 8864.03 feet and having tout a ""dl",.,,.
C. Dees and children, and
to be the most ancle of 20 degree >,n i ,,
relatives.T.
that will undoubtedly prove the part of millions of people in the middle. and Mre. Eldon HnrJy. Little thruuB-h a central "
urg lt
and L. A. Green. Rosier spent a few ?:
world each of W. Markey 'Miss dance dfa-rrvH 88 mlnutus .
of the 4(1( OI|
fateful in the history and low income groups ; but in wartime, in Mlsa Marjorie Sue remained with Jr., will spend Wednesday In days in Jacksonville last week I ulotance of 434.3: feet Ie. Jlulnt, ,
I help if I am nota her for the holidays. laiiKDiK-y; thence ,
grandparents I Nou
"How fI u
can
us is asking, the face of a limited and dwindling supplyof Tampa.Mr. with Mrs. Dan Rosier. 8r eit 47 minutes 30 BL inda /
of LaCrosse!
Mildred I w.\
MIsH Lynn.
of the armed forces of the United : and Mrs. Lee Green spent Mr. and Mrs. Gene Forsyth and 1030' feet more or IHMV 10'
member civilian there is such a thing. In the V% est
goods the holidays as
Is spending of the boundary of I-;',,
Christmas in Ocala as guests of Jacksonville spent "fi.
buy-
obvious: By son 1-4 of
?" The answer is of Mr. and Mrs. Wade Hnr- said Section au. the
States the buyingof guest K.
wartime, excess spending means !I relatives. week-end here with relatives. of land herein described

ing Defense Bonds and Stamps. any commodity that we can safely do rell.Mr. Mann Hazen had Mrs. L. O. Hazen and daughter. I' Mr. and Mra Bryant ReJding I I tuinlnir(Including 3.3B the acres existing mora. or m j.
and Mra I roadij
In order that our readers might more without. Therefore the most effective as holiday guests Mr. and Mrs.J. Minnie Lou, spent Friday In 'and daughter, of Live Oak, spent ot WILY the) old \Valdo->luiiiplun ha
importance of cooperation Gainesville.Mr. !' Christmas here with his mother,
fully understand the vital for have known from the P. Hazen and son of Hampton PARCELS' NO. 2-S. K. NJ
course us, as we D. (
Mrs. T. W. Markeyand Mrs. H. F. Redding.Mr. That
and .
yield our portion of BE J
Mrs.
and Alph 1-4
gladly Mr.
in this drive, we very beginning, has been to enlist current and daughter, Martha Evelyn, and Mrs. Leslie McClellan I 1-4 ut Section 23, Townmn Of
week to the following Hazen of Orlando.Mr. in South Range HI iT.
Christmas Kant.
column this in Gainesville. and children spent I)
editorial income and to divert excess spending to and Mrs. Eldon Baxter: and spent Tuesday within SU feet of the cenlwii,[
from a recent address by Secretaryof Gainesville were Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Morgan, ot Jacksonville with his mother, Mrs. of Project 6551, saId COhl., .
excerpts persuade our people to set aside a part of son, Kelmer of Hall.SIIEAFFER'S. I being described aa follows: u
the Treasury Henry Morsrenthan: visiting Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Crews Sebrlng. were visiting Mr. and Julia on the Houth boundary ot u
their pay every pay day in Defense Bonds S!!3 1.4 of SW 1-4
but Christmas.Mr. Mrs. W. H. Hinton Wednesday.Miss at a D
shock and Donald
has had a son INK: aal.9: feet West
This nation of ours and SKRIP of the 8B ,,
and Stamps. Green and Lucille Hinton Ernest ner thereof
and Mrs. Roy ; thence .
Northo
and stronger for having had it. after Pts. 91. Qts. $1.75: -IIRADFOUD ly from taent >
it is wiser children were, visiting Mrs. Edwards spent Saturday bearing Noru
_
Bond degrees
make
Let's now day Day. TELEGRAPH. 88 minutes
ofa every pay COUNTY 18
conscious today Mrs. G. in Jacksonville.here accti
Everyone of us must be Green's parents Mr. and noon Uaxt along the arc of a
cc
And when I speak of regular investment to the rlgrht-
understanding >FOHO having a radlui
HRAI
clearer vision and a deeper ; IV: ('IIU'IIT COI'llT. 2864,79 feet and total
weeks The bombs every pay day, I am speaking not only of THERESSA with Mr. and Mrs. F. M. co.r. "'IOH.n.1V: CHAN- anirie of 20 decree Oil, nun.tr:
had three ago. CICHV. through
than we the millions of factory workers not only of Norman. Case NO ias a central anitle o|
degrees
much II. D. 27' 14" a
more Airs. May dlxtann
on Pearl Harbor have destroyed Dy Mrs. Sarah Alvarez and children ALBERT W. COOMBS! Plaintiff 673.7 feet to point of
the teachers and accountants the clerks tange
would call "military and Mr. and Mrs. Levy Norman vs.NOn.VTA Defendant.OltDEFl thence North 38 degrees 6"
than what the censors Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Zelgler and H. COOMBS. : Kant 813.6 feet
civic live regular PUBLICATION AND to the ..
and who
employees on
and family were among : OP boundary
Jacksonville were of said
They have ripped our complacency children of NOTICE TO APPEAR l-tEii of
objectives. blasted the salaries but also of the farmers who are visiting relatives here Sunday.Mr. thope who attended the Christmas STATE OF FLORIDA to: NormaO. of 1-4 the at a 8K point 11135 font Nt

to shreds. They have earning solid incomes for the first time in and Mrs. A. L.. Sullivan program at the First Baptist Coombs care Industrial William V. Trust Griffin trip of land corner herein thereof dencrill: A

old comfortable belief that the wide oceans visited friends and relatives in Church In Ralrord WednesdaynlKht. lldl'.O': :. Providence New Rhode Island. less Containing 8.77 acres, mart I
(Including' .
the
and who will be the first to
.xl.tlnor"
blown many years required to appear on
us from harm. They have Miami during the Christmas holt You ar. above bed of the old Waldo-Hanoi
could save and deceit suffer if we allow inflation to get out of days.J. Roy Johnson and Jesse Altman January named Court 23rd, and 1942 cause In the, wherein highway.) I
brutality
away the notion that were visiting In Gainesville last plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford PARCEL NO. 3-S. K. ri.o
of the world hand. W. Moore of Valdosta Ga., County Telegraph shall publish That portion of WVj of Mi :
in another part .
and murder was a guest of his aunt Miss Ida Sunday.Mr. thlM order In next four weekly Issuetf. of SK 1-4 and 1 acre In NEc
touch in ours. All these are the people we must reach, and Mrs.. Lonzle Norman ner of NW 44 of SEI( or.(
could never us Hagan, Friday. : and official tlan 25, Township 7
hand South
Itirj
Mrs. Billie Whitehead Witness ray
to know that this with a determined effort that will have an Eugene Brantley of Fort Knox, were visiting seal at Starke, Florida, thin December 21 Cant lying within 50 feet ll
We know or ought of Ralford Thursday.F. the centerllne
now 1941.OFFICIAL of Project
impact in Berlin and Rome and Tokyo an Ky., visited friends here Christmas 23rd 651,
said centerline ,
whole world struggle is our war just as M. Norman and son Russell ( SEAL) A.I Thomas .....1 bed being M
of said Court aa passing
day. As Clerk OVer.
of Chungkingor effort that will give new heart and courageto made a business trip to Gainesville Ralph C. Ttomrdy. Jackeonvllle Fla. across W% of HE 1-4 and SW I I
much it was to the people Mrs. Dan and
and of
Mr. Loper NK
as last Monday. for Pit. 18-26-4t-l-ia 1-4 of said Section 21 I
the free peoples who fighting Attyg
on our
of Rot are relatives In follows: Begin on the W.I
Warsaw in 1939, or to the people children are visiting:
boundary of said
W
terdam or London in 1940, or to the people side everywhere.I Dublin Ga., for a few days. SAMPSON CITYBy iv C'Ol-VTI nun ,IT FLOHIUA.('ot'flT. BRADFORD I* tHAN at the a SW point 1113.6 feet% of North SB j IS f

have been asked times whetherwe Mr., and Mr..> John Adklns and c..-:H v. thence corner, thereof and n
"of 'Athens and Moscow in 1941. We now many ; Mrs. J. E. Jones North 38 degrees 63' I
children of' Jacksonville, were fa** No. JONHCOLLEK.V Kant 2103.OS feet to the Ei
know that there can be have a goal, a quota for the United lo'HEEl\IAN"I'Ialntlff. boundary of Bald RW
know, or ought to holiday guests of Mrs. Adkins' Mr. and Mrs. Lem Brown spent vs.hJflflAC'E 1-4 at a point 111.5 feet 1-4 ot >
attempt States. I have always avoided answeringwith Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Swin- FHEKMAN. Defendant.OKDKIt Mr
no half way method of fighting an parents, Christmas with relatives! and AND of the ttS corner thereof; tl

to dominate the entire earth. We a money :figure because I have been dell.Mr. lends i In Tampa. NOTICE OP PLtHLICATION TO APPEAR trip containing of land 04S herein acre (denarii InciuJl, "

this 'much more interested firstly in reachingvast and Mrs. Charles Loper. Mrs. W. H. Smith entertained STATE OP FLORIDA to: Horace the exlHtlnjr roadbed of the
that residence unknown -
know ought to know Freeman, whose Waldo-Hampton
now or of Macon, Ga., visited relatives relatives and friends at her home highway.) ,

total war will require total effort on our numbers of individuals, and secondly here during the holidays.T. through the Christmas holidays.Mr. You arc required. to appear on commanded You. and each to be of you and, are appeal'riti
above
1942, In the
part, with everything we have and every- in absorbing current income rather than accumulated B. Triest visited his son. and Mrs. Baton Brown. Mr. January named Court 23rd and cause, wherein ford the Circuit Court In and for F

with all our resources pledgedto savings in the banks. But I will Sidney Triest arid family, of and Mia. J. C. Sapp and Margaret plaintiff Telegraph seeks divorce.hall publish Bradford this of the County Clerk, of Florida.said Court.at the i Ing u
thing we are
County
Brooklyn, on Christmas day. Brown spent Christmas In Issues.. City of Htarke. Bradford Coif
In next four weekly
final and decisive victory. tell you now what my goal is, what our Mr. and Mj-s. Don Railey and Jacksonville.Mr. Order Witness my hand and official of Florida on or before the 26th{

Since the very inception of the Defense goal shall be and must be. It is to reach children visited relatives at Keystone and Mrs. E. D. Jones wentto Deal at 2.1rd Starke.1941.Florida thin December what January right, title.A. D.Interest 1942 to or'(r

"vinCl'q rvrrxrrnm. It has been one of ourmajor quickly, within the next :few months, every Christmas day. Wildwood on business!' Sunday. I OFFICIAL As PEAL Clerk) A.I.of. mild.Thomas Court :I to you.any or of any said of above you.'dem-rlbrd have In 1
"' -- single of income in Willis Swindell. of Falatka Charley McKinney spent Christ- Jacksonville Flu. I eels of land and to show <
recipient regular current Ralph C. Romedy,
American
the -
to give people why the
objectives spent Christmas day .here with he had for Flf. 12-26-4t-l-I same should not bet II
mas at home and said a Atty.
I for the
the United States and to have uses and purposes set I
a sense of their own direct and inescap- everyone relatives and friends. good time. I i In said Petition to-wit: as rllh''
of these 35 million people setting aside some Miss Ida Hagan was the dinner iv. ("1111'.-. roi'itr.' I..IAn'ono I way, drainage ditches and b.
battle for W. J. Robinson ChristmasIn
able involvement in this great our D. spent ('fH'%'.y. FLOHIUA.: CIIA>-, pit for a section or portion/
of Mr. and Mrs. H.
make them part of their pay regularly within the short- guest May Gainesville visiting relativesand C icit V. I State Road No. -( designate
have tried to
way of life. We Christmas day. Tune No. inn-l I Project No. liB$(, as located
realize from a struggle that would shape est possible time. And when I say "some Mr. and :MT$. Percy Sullivan, friends. JANE KITNICB CARVKK. Plaintiff, I veyed and shown on said m.pplRt
( Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Varnes v.5. I herelnabovtf referred to
of their I of .Sta "e,: visited Mr. and :Mrs. CHARMS! CARVER, Defendant. default
the future of1 everyone on this planet. We part pay am not thinking mere- were shopping In Stdrke one day ORDER OF PUBLICATION AND I I ;you. may be entered its

have tried'-to give the American people a ly of a token contribution. I mean a real Sullivan. here i Sunday. this week. NOTICE TO APPEAR I WITNESS may hand.. Clerk
Felix Sullivan:! who is stationedat STATE OP FLORIDA to: CharlesCarver the Circuit
greater awareness of the dangers that face investment the very limit that each person : Tampa, visited relatives and :Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Brown bad whose residence Is un 1 I ford County.Court Florida In and and far the Brj'
as'dinner guests Sunday Mr. and known. I of said Court. this the HJrd dug
them. We have tried to give every man, can afford without actually taking food and friends here Sunday.Mr. Mrs. Oliver and family of Jack February You are 2nd.required 1942. to In appear the above on.I December A. D. 1941 at Slark
and Mrs. Arthur Milliken, I Bradford County Florida.
woman and child in this country a sense other necessities from himself and his fam- of Ocala, visited relatives here sonville. named Court seeks and divorce.cause Bradford wherein I
of direct participation in its defense a feel- ily.I Sunday.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Doc Warren, of County plaintiff Telegraph shall publish. thisOrder I I Clerk Bradford of Circuit County Court, Florida.T. In and.
Wildwood Christmas here In next four weekly Inxues.Wltnefm
spent
.
ing that there is comething for everyone to hope that this organization will set to and Mrs. H. D. May were with relatives and friends. my hand and official. I Frank Attorney Landrum for Petitioner
I xt Starke. this December
business visitors In Gainesville ion Florida
I STATR
do in a great effort from which everyonewill work in every State and every commun y, Monday. T. C. Thomas and Mr. Harper, 24th. 1941.OFFICIAL COU.VTY OF OF FLORIDA BRADFORDI

benefit in the end. throughout this great front line of freedom of Palatka were here on business ( As HRAl.Clerk) A.of J.said Thomas Court I I Circuit, A. Court J. Thomas.of the Eighth Clerk of Ju

Now that we have cleared the decks for that is the United States, with the same devotion VANDERBILT Herman Saturday.Parrlsh of Jacksonville D. Byron AttJ'H. King.for Pit.Jacksonville 12-28-41-1-18 Fla I I. County lal Circuit, Florida In and do hereby for 111'041 CII.'

action it is up to us to follow through.,, We and determination that is now being Dy Miss Velma Norman ,. was here visiting friends iv: THH cmcriT COURT OP THRRIKHTII I that true and the above correct and copy lor"lI'n'nor'of the'. N'

must follow through, not only in terms of a shown by the men in our fighting forces. Mr. and Mrs. F. M.o Norman, and relatives Sunday. iiitAiirnni)JllUCItl.rO.- TY. FLOR('IHr".T IIA., In Issued Eminent on the Domain(3rd day Proceed of D ,

few million individuals or a couple of billion Our fighting men in the Philippines and Mr. and Mrs. Russell Norman BRADFORD COfNTY. a political her A. D. 11141. In the e..
Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Norman and SUNNY BROOK FARM subdivision of the State of Flor.Ida. Bradford County a politics!
dollars but by a determined effort to Iceland, in Hawaii and Wake and Midway and W. M. Edwards, Chairman division of the State of Flor'
family, and Mr. and Mrs. Frank By Miss Araula Crosby T. C. Ctiantaln J. L. Wynn and W. M. Edwards Chalrm.
reach every individual in this country. For in all the posts of danger on all the seven Norman and -family, all of this M. O. Harrell and P. D. Reddish '1'. C. Chastaln J. L. Wynn. II
members Harrell. Reddish. al
as comprising1 the en- and P. D.
total wars are peoples' wars; and in this seas, are looking to us to supply them with section, and Mrs. Ellen Barber Mr and Mrs. Raiford Brown tire Board of County Commissioners bers comprising the entire
and children of Jacksonville, were and tons Buren and Junior, and of Bradford County, a of County Commissioners ot 'II'
total war that has spread around the globe, the planes and guns they need. The whole ', of Mr. Miss Grace all of VnllHcal' subdivision I ot the State ford County, a political uM"
Christmas dinner guests Welch Plant of Florida of the State or Florida. P,'!9J
the battlefront now 'reaches into every fac- country is looking to us. right here in this and Mrs. A.- A. Edwards and City, were supper guests of Mrs., Petitioners, ers vs.. Emma, Muehlenhiirfl o!

tory and every home. room, to raise billions of dollars to win this family of Brooker.Mr. Arte Brown Thursday night of Emma MuehlenhariT.v.. Et At. Defendants 18911 a.* the Common same) appeari0'LAW C!4Jt<" 1
and Mrs. Miller Johns and last week. Defendants. In this office. J
There is no exemption for any group or war-and let none of our enemies make any family of New River were visit- Mr. and Mrs. Jo Starling, Jr., NOTICE IX EMINENT DtiMAINPnOCKEDINOS $; WITNESS my hand. nl.S'.11\1 05'\

any section. The Nazis and the Japanese mistake about it, we are going to win it. Ing Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Renfroe of Starke, spent Christmas day IN THE NAME OP THE STATE seal Florida at this Ptarke 23rd Bradford day of a"

'make no exceptions in the conquests. The Our allies in all continents, who have been and family Sunday.Mr. with the hatters parents' Mr. and 1'0 AlL' OF WHOM FLORIDA IT MAT' CON. b(OFFICIAL..r. A. D. ,|*SEAL 41. ) A. J..TM'A. f

bombs that fell at Pearl Harbor were aimed fighting battle and Mrs. A. A. Edwards Mrs. Herman Thomas.Mr. rJORN: Clerk Circuit Court.County. .r ,
our with our common enemy and family. of Brooker, and Mr. and Mrs. Fate Brown of ANT to Emma Muhlenhar and inrI4". t-!

straight at every one of us, and whateverthe for long hard years. are looking to us, and and Mrs. Eugene Ellis and family Baldwin, were guests of the for-

nazis may attempt in the Atlantic will also the oppressed peoples in the conquered of Worthington Springs. were mer's mother, Mrs. Arle Brown BOREE FUNERAL HOME

be aimed at every one of us. We are all in lands who are now living in darkness- visiting Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Nor- Christmas day.
man Saturday. Mrs. Ross Henderson of Jacksonville ; FULL LINE UNDERTAKERS' SUPPLIES

this war together.Not they too, are looking. to us to sweep that Miss! Marie Edwards of Brooker were visiting Mr. and

all of us can pilot a bombing planeor darkness away. spent part of last week herewith Mrs. J. R. Kelly recently. PROMPT AND COURTEOUS SERVICE

fire from the deck of a battle- Mr. and Mrs., Russell Nor- Mr and Mrs. Claude Moore and
a It
gun ; is by far the greatest test and the children of Tampa the Phone 134, Starke
spent
ship. Those of us who are too old or too grandest opportunity that has man.Mr.
ever come to and Mrs. H. L. Normanand Christmas holiday with Mrs.

young to get into uniform will be asked to our country. We in this room must prove family were, visiting Mr. and Moore's parents,' !Mr. and, Mrs.

'work longer hours and pay heavier taxes ourselves worthy of that challenge. The Mrs. J. M. Rosier and family of. Bob Halslop.
Woodlawn. Thursday afternoon Calvin Ward has returned home
and do without many of our accustomed words that Winston Churchill addressed to Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Norman. after an extended visit in Crescent -

comforts ; but In this Defense Savings effort his own people a year ago can now be applied Mr. and Mrs. Russell Norman. Ga., with his son, Jack rHRIR'JIIf

we are not even being asked to gh'eOUI" to ours : Let us so bear ourselves thatif and Mr. and Mrs. -Frank Normanand Ward.
family of this section and Mr. and Mrs. Green Moody of
money. We are just! being asked to these
United States should last for a !Mrs. Ellen Barber and children: New River, were visiting Mra.Arle .

lend our money to the Government, to invest thousand years men will still say "This of Jacksonville attended the cane Brown recently.Mr. .

our savingsc! for victory. That, it was their finest hour." grinding at the home of Mr. and : and Mrs. J. N. Kelly were
Mrs. W. B. Bloodsworth. of Ral- Christmas guests of their son-in- IJfr Do Your Trading

ford. Friday evening.Mr. I law and daughter Mr. and Mr.

Lawtey Methodist Year?" Rev. Herbert Hazzard, those who extended any kindness and Mrs. Russell Norman I N. TOlDlIn on. at Raiford. where 6 pieces Rogers Silverware &If

Sunday School 10 A. M. MornIng paster. to us during our recent bereavement and Miss, Marie Edwards of I Mr. and Mrs. Randolph Croeby given away with every $40 in trajSMITH'S
Broker were visiting In Live Oak of Jacksonville and Mrs. Henry certificates.
worship 11 A.. M., subJect CARD OF THANKS due to the sudden Illness last Saturday. Carter and children of Maxvllle. or Are
RecIeeme4I.
'New Year." Evening worship. and untimely death of our beloved Mrs. Ellen Barber and sons, were visiting Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Cash U

T P. M., subject, "How Shall We We wish to expresa our sincere little child.-The Powell Pobbie and Jerrie of Jacksonville Crosby Christmas day. You Choose GARAGE

Spend Our Time During the New and heartfelt gratitude to all and Griffin families. are spending a few days Mrs. Carrie Smith of Pine STARKE, FLORIDAnun.







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JANUARY ?. 1943 _ _ BRADFORD COUNTY TKLKGRAFII. 8T.\RKK. FLORIDA 1AO1TIIREI_
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Hawaiian Forces at Starke, Fla this Per. E. 114OFFICIAL The Hoard nf Publlo Tnntruo. ,.
I Guard .
Are Your Ears Mr. Hitler? 1 .
Against Sabotage Burning, ( SKAt.) A J. ThunutiAn thin of Bradford County, Flor Itii. .
Clerk of nl.l Court S-IJ 4t 1- ... 12i6t 23

--. -..- -.- .- Walter' C. llardraly Havtona.Heath. (C01tt'OttATIOSEAL) ,
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Fla, Atty fur 1'lt
1 r--
\V TIIM -llCT! fOrilT OK rises 'j'
'U1".I'T'O'l01& iinvn i!II"I'I! Kllllirll: JIDKItl. 4"UK"I I r.ilH *11

<>!.. S|'|.:< t\l. Tll<.....Cu. 555'... II..OIU' 4'01 MTV. ..<.llll>... ,
.
'l'ltl'I hi). :.1 ov UFU.U' BRA.FOtCI> COUNTY a politicalmilidlvlnlon -
,. 3I3,4t, i' .r s4'ri. lest "'I't. "'I.OIIIU\. A.. is Si.. of the Ktate of Flor
"I'It'I) OK ..a..a.'I'lo.*. Ida ami. W. M. Kdward Chairman .
full INkhlnaton. r) At an Miljourni.il m-nnlon of n Tmului T. 1'. Cha taln, J. t* Wynn .
merlliiK of the lt mr,l of Iuti M." (>. Harrell and P. 1>. KeddlKh.: .
r1' a& 1U bet rut.t ion of ItraiHtird Counts H* members comprising the entire .
'I..rld1dilly nil 11 I fit aunt held uHepvnibvr .. Hoard of County Commlnalonera .
!ASIIINGTON : ___ 22. I ml.. and at whirnteetlnjc of liradford County, apolitical

_ _ .c. there wan present M. I Iilparks N. Kubdlvlnlon of the rltatavf ',
____ "Chairman J. M. Norma I Florida. PetItIoners,
JT ). C Kelly 'mbern.. unit V\ V. ,
D. C. (NWNSAal r'lM""ititi leto;,,. County: Superintendent ; Charles iVlnklna.Rl Al.Defendant. ,'
of Pu bile lnstrisctitn and .
of govern- exofflclo *
up
tightening Secretary of emld Hoard' the NOTICK IN KMINBNT; DOMAIN .
at greater
agencies. aimed following. amonir oilier proceedIIIKK PROCKJOIHNOS.: :
and speed In war producfhas were had to-wlt: IN" TUB; NAMM OF TUB 8TATH ,

been going on here for J. H. Norman prevented, the following OF FI-OIHOA .
last weeks. In addition. resolution, to-wlt: TO ATT. WHOM IT MAY CONCKKN
two
departments directly W II ERFAI-I. at a meeting of thHoard : and An-
nment ANI> to Charles Dlnklna
of Public. Instruction
; >
have iUradford
with our war effort Din Ulnklna his. wife, whose placeof
)p enlarged, which ,. IInm"r.I: duly heli, resilience la Liawtey, Florida
considerablY on < 1841, there wa '
moving many non. 1 prraented n petition elwneil by Willie Strong. whose place of residence -
ecessitated ii .ts
I
: : Florida L.ouice
epartments out of Wa hingK .- C,.. __ __ __ fled mum' elector than 116 per who cent are of freeholder the quail, Stanley la widow awtey., .whose place: ofreHldence '

_ residing within, the> te.rrttorknown : la 32 Patternon street
Paul ,,
has t
federal government now and uealyjnateol aa Hpevla! :rt"'r Florida hushitnil: AIr! Paul*who. ;
that efficientgement Tax Hchool UlntrUt 3 Urad "I.
of
Ian* employees Photo passed by Army' 0-2, In Honolulu. No. of residence I* Htarke, Flor '.

/ demands constant re-. Two member of the U. 8. Hawaiian forces are pictured) on guard ford Hoard County to Florida call: an., election petlllunlnithin tidetermine r.IIIC.: M. J. IMnklna Alfred Ulnklna 'I. 1,
of its :&
lzatiOfl but in spite WIInca' outside a barbed-wired sandbar protected power sub-station In Hono whether anld School Dl 1". and Willie Ulnkln whose place ')!Ir
unknown I
Is npectlv ly are
now residence
of r
the government lulu. Street scenes like this are quite common since the Pearl Harbor trlit shall Issue l.onili In the aim ,"
minlmum of duo of $15.1)0000 for the 1>111''...... of re' ; ".'
oning with a attack as the militia guards against possible sabotage. Ami to all persons having orclaiming ... .",
moitollnir and otherwise Improvlni .
with '
n' effort and an right. title, IntereKtentate .
any ,
the cxlntlntc echool' hulUlln thereof
.
m. Hen to .. '
greatly other
"which has In Starke. Florida and for thi mortgage or !\
led recent visitors to this city Prime Minister Winston Churchill of Great Britain ii* pictured herewith further Purpose of bull.llna an ad. or Oil thime curtain parcel of lan.1 !
In Wash dlllonal ....hool In Until ford 'ounty.. Florida, which .14"
present reorganization, President Roosevelt on Ms arrival at the White House hullilliiic on I he ex of HtatoHoad \
the that t
ier are Included In part
director gen. ington. A series of conferences regarding tho creation of a unified .listing school Krotiniln at HtarkaFlorida "
"Projeit660J
Knudsen. No. 121 designated a. ;
fam S and Kldewalkiand .
bulUllnir
the Office of Productiono Oa&Gz4iw9eAuthor allied command for the defeat .f Illtlerlsm throughout the world got otherwise Impinvlna cut I : ," aa located atirveyed and :

ffement has been given In. under way between the two leaders Just before Christmas. ,hool "ground all within sat< platted by the Mtataj of Itnad Florida. J)epartineat anti- JI I
The industrial Hpeclnl Tax. "Hthnol Dletrlct No.' :I of the tate i'
ed uthority. and for the public free school. shown by right of way map thereof \.

urchase divisions, which have Duncan, her husband. 8BG Flnr thereof known an lirndfim ('..ultty: lth..ln"I the) office of : : L

Krly I been reporting to Leon Natives in Ida Avvnue, Kitton UoilHJ, LuulHland. lllKh Hi-hool (but pxliuc n primaryKinmnmr ..:in ino lt Court In ; i(
of the Division of Civil of "How to Win Friends Navy and high nrhool"), and fot for .. ('...nly.In Florida the aboveentitled .... 'r 'j
filed '
Supply now report directly John ir Klnlaw. U. S. Veteran Fa. the piirpnne of ..10,11I10. ami unlnf P.'thou being ;; I
will and ,- chili Augusta, CleorKla. In mu'h work and for suet public cause on the 23rd .,! ,
fiP Knudsen. thus relieving Influence People. A NOT1CB IS HKttEIIY OIVKN free nrhool purposes'. a arrant of O..ber. A. n. I 94.1. by. n."ior,1 I' l .

L pressure from Mrerson" > 7N.NOI.On (or Home oIlier' large. nun. County Intth'al .
the :
of >..; that you nre required to nppenror ..n the Htute of et al .. ,
activities. herMiiboiitm toward HIM IMIHIthereof 'Iorlla.
hvfnre the 16th of JanuaryA .
many dny and each seeking to I "
f't fmm, the Publln Work AdmlnlHtrntlon YOI. ynl.
10.000 govern It. 1911. to the Mil of rnmplnlufiled for' pus i.Ito nnd high I .
proximately .
I connected with ", :W' ,> '" by the American Oil Com, ,tor' any other department .nn..11 ......, the nald.. pnrcela ,<>flimit. 4 .
employees directly P InI'', ae pl.ilntlfr iiKulnet you ..lid of th) United States tlovornment WiY, "r....t... lying, and. being In ,
IrtmenU which are not } .others n. fcii erned with the war. have been YOU MAKE YOUR JOB .Hl court.' In which proceedingthe now or hereafter) aa adillllonamonlen .' Ir..ifor". ilepi'riiist n* followra: 1
to make room plaintiff eeckH to reform Hi. nei-ennnrv toward cmnplelion ). 34 I I ,:(
cities I'Alll-KI. NO. I
ed to other description of tho Innd tlenirltiHiIn I of Knld work ; and t h Is .Hoard I-t..It NO \
connected That portion I
directly WHAT IT ISI buying duly I ilotermlimit that sat -'
( bureaus and leaned l>:v that certain Iran block I .. to 1'lat of Law. .
war effort. of I). 4'. Kliilnw to e..ltl plnlntlf petition, IH elMrncd I by more thai .rdlnl ''
tho recorded' public record i,
la office space. as well as living have a letter before me as I write this on the traina dated Marc-li 31. liMT.: HO that tliitumlHcil .. 25 per wh.cent. of. fr..I"'I..r.. ciscturn l of tey ltreiifnrd II County: 1"101'11"' \ \ ,\. '

iters problem in Washington letter from a man complaining most bitterly becauselife the rnnterly prtmlnvH" 64 feet Hhall of I.i't roiiBlct' H and..f In said Hputlnl.r. Tux 11 hool I rmUltn Dlxtrlil( lying within lOt feet of \i:;
ill Project
Itoud
been acute for over a year. has made him a bookkeeper. Bookkeeping, he declares, the easterly 44 f..et of th. North No.3. and hatlnw duly consideredKnld vey ItltO lint.*.of saul Slate survey. line, beingIdentlcnl f '
plan of decentraliza- llulf if Lot Inlilcuk 19. Tevr.pleiAddition petition nnd tho mailers apioittlig ,' ,
I the new If < 9. with the> North boundary
is the most dreary "stultifying" grind in the world. you ihwrelu unit fliidliinT thai ,
lof is expected to the Town of Htnrkt faction 25 '
the government of NWtt of NI';!, of ,
In the caught in its meshes he will be ground down Florida, anil tha nppurtenancmiBHlcl Killd put I II I Ion 1* Mirfklfiit uiul Ir Itunica $11, ;
bse it to some extent. get says you land and aupiirtvnunferi. belnn nil roMpcctM' In full compliance" wit I ;:: .hl" fi Houth a .

I year the population of this city and will never be able to get your head up from the grind- the property Involved and proceedH .law. anil furl", her finilliiir. that thiiKNtHHcil <. I' :' .: NO. S-H. K n. NO. 52 !: :
value of his taxable
increased by over 100,000 peo- stone. airninHt l In Huld ,q,,iee. antl InBald property That portion of NW 1-4 of NI-J .,
of KIII h dlntrlot iicrordlnar. tithe
I which has been a severe tax sIt the plaintiff. sian seeks ton 1-4 1 of MW I.. of Hnctlnn 110. I ,0' ;
Innt iiRKeHHinent for tate and
But not too fast! It's not quite true. There is no job Join I the dcrenilanta from iflolt'CtIni I
Rousing. office space transpor.n (County purnoHeH I.. f 1,2'Xl.ofla' OO and 'ruwnshls! > fi Kant \
mild plaintiff In I he poHMBUxlnnof ; : "
and restaurant facilities.ie in the world that will keep you down if you have grit and Maid premises during the term further finding I that I ho exlKtlnM lying within. :; ia,11ah centerllue ."
.. ,
revision of the Selective determination to surmount it. It's not the job; it's YOU. of Huld Itume or any renewal or extenxlon lndel til.Oilo.Oi>t. dni) >iinil KH tif t hat cii. tlin|iii I amtiiint ii 1st r lit olbiindn li. the> Went a' of until ,

Aice act calling for the regis But you've got to do more than run your bookkeeping ma- thereof.W1TNitt KII propoMHil' I to be iHHUOftt\.. NW. 1-4 of hill 1-4 of HW I.. ata "J'' ,, '
all between the ages inv hand nnd the sea within hit limitation, point a7. feet North of the 1,1#
of men I
"* provided by
)an and 64 and making those from chine, or add your columns if you ever expect to free your- rrTwo of thin Court this 16th day of I>... the 'on..tllIlIl..n and lawn t>r Florida HW corner t thereof and ru> ;'

service self from this dull master. You've got to do something L. cvmhor. A. 1>. 11141.OKKHMAN 'and that the iHHiinncn, of tiunilfan .. thence Houth tilt degree at' Kar.h4IH r I .L
44 liable for military ( KKAL.': ) A. J ThomaiiClerk prayed In said |,et It bit In itereanary. .7 feet; thence North fi4 d.- ,
{spurred the army and navy de- outside, something bigger and more important. Do some- of the Circuit Court. Hrail, green 4f Kant 21)4.4 feet to the 'J 1., .

ments on to make plans forlimg other affect the ford' County Flurldn. 12-111 4t 1-9 1U3 IT KKSOI.VKn' by thin Thlton .. lOuat: boundary of aalil NW 1-4 ,:1<
lives of
the
the biggest armed force thing that will touch people; natives of Malaya ratings d of Public InHlrtictlon nf llradford of NI' I.. of HW 1 -. at a point ',, .
business in influence people. in the British navy are picturedmanning IV' {'IIU'I'IT COIIIT. II II A III'Oil IOl' feet North of the 81-1 cor ::..1
you're Florida
possible ; County, I hilt ItUexpe- IO.11 ; '
tble in the shortest .. 0.3S 'I ,
| anti-aircraft machinegun IV IIAMKIIV: tlioreof. containing
tucked an < \ ft. .Olll. \ illnnt and for the .bent InlnreKt ol nf" I
Some years ago there was a bookkeeper away aboard a mine sweeper near Harriet. "Kolund t'ialntlff, vm. < le... mild Hputlal I Tax "' ,'ho. ,,' |ilKtrlclNo. acre, more or lena.lAHCKI ,1

though: the revised act with still out of sight in Delhi, India. Obscure underpaid. Workingfor vital Singapore. This great British 1.'olt.nI OiUi(1Iw'Defendant I'lTHLICATION! CHUB N,,. AN1JNOTK'R 1671 3 thin of Il;; Vj'rn"'titi Imlmlf. fly Floridathat NO ANt.1>-NO H. n.5 i D. NO. S3 I 4{(
of of lillKtrlrt
sak
men
exemption
the
for '
j an oil company. One day the magazine director cameto fortress represents a high prize TO AI'l'KAU sin incite coil null bonds In That portion of NI 1-4 of NW "\

lain classes of dependents. Brig- condition.The for Japan. 8TATW OF riX>RIUA to: Deoriro the amount of t36OO.OO( for the 1.. of HW 1-4 Mention a IS. ,
him and said "The books are in an appalling ,
r General Hershey Selectiveice Poland Who.... reHldence la, (!oblNklll. ... purpoHU BH atated In imlU petition Township 6 Mouth. Italics HJKant f

administrator estimates: chief is coming out and:: I want the books brought up Htateof. New York euro uthe above referred to, and. : lying within dtivcrlbed 15 feet be-of '' 1< .
as
it immediately make avail- how stand." Detroit Milk Strike AuwiiHtan lintel. 1119 IT FIJHTIII'ItU'J OI,VI'D ditch ".lt.rlae
to date so he can see exactly we You are required to appear on Itast boundary of 'i' :
.
s fighting force of 7,000,000 that Knld bond nhnll ha In time denomination aid nr'u 1-4 of NW 1-4 of HW I :
show above
The bookkeeper was pleased. A chance to February 2. 1942 In the '
young of II40OOO and .hall ,
The army now has in uni. named Court anil cause, wherein I.. point 27.79 feet Northof '
I approximately 1,800,000 men what he could do on his own initiative. lie said, "I wantto plaintiff ......k. divorce Itradfnn bear date of Januitry, 1st. 141, th.BKJ. corner thereof and run VP'' .''i
1 with Interent thereon payable annually hence. North 515 degree 81' W.*t ,j I,
County Telegraph shall publish :
it 730,000 of whom are selectees. rest for 48 hours. Then I'll tackle it. this Order In next four weekly I.- at the rate of :34 per onltier 7&.SX feet; thence North 80 deicreen 1[, "

Uowinp the new registration it It took him four months; but when he was through he annum, with coupon evldenoln 44' Went 6504 fet to end ,' .
I I.wj.
will dis- Sues.Witness and official annual interest, tinS eui-h l>ordtu of ditch strip of land containing ,
peeled that the army my hand ; '
unue enlistments and Oil aU o. had done a magnificent job. He started up; put his foot on anal at Htarke, Florida, this December become due and payable, aa follow ... le acre, more or lens; "' :

of the ladder. Well the boy turned out all 16. 1941. *: : ,
needs from the selectees. The the first rung (OFFICIAL 8KAI A. J. Thomas. f l400.00 principal (that la to ALo portion of Nn t.. of NW 'w'

7, which has not taken an:, right. He founded the Royal Dujtch Shell Oil company. Aa Clerk of said ''o"r'. II.t..1.9 nay, one of the bond> I.. earn 1.. of MW 1.4 of Beatlon Sft, i 1

ectees. Is expected to continui he left little nest 140000000. K. M Norton. Jacksonville Fla. of I the year ItH to I 91.. both Township I Clout. Range 22 $
When he died a tidy egg
Atty. for Pit. Inr-luaive, on January list In .ach Kant lying' wltbln 1ft feet of
ng its needs through enlist in was pushingan of xald both principal, and ald ditch 1
A few years ago a young man Chicago year; ditch f.nt.rlne. .o.n'J'J I
nUl. The to enlis. I:
:
expects and
navy annual Intermit payable at Florida passing over '
machine lever back and forth. He wanted to iv riHcuiT' COITRT. Bn"OFOnO MW 1-4 and a 'f .
000 men in January. adding flank at $tarlae. Stark. K% of .,

Uthough labor has pledged fat free himself from the monster, but how? He didn't know. I OI'NTV.A. Hnow KI.OIIII Plaintiff IV tllANfKHYKalph V"? Maud Florida. t::H01'V Section 1-4 of-KW 25 a J-4. fol.of ,!:.

full support to the productloi He thought of what he wanted most in the world to do. C.: Hnow. Deftnilnnt.I'UHLICATION Cane Nn.AND 1A7IOHUKIt hat: KM an IT election FlTltTlllBIl be and RKHOLVKI1 th. sans HW lows: the> Mouth boundary "

>gram government officials dlfrlcuHiei anttaly Write. And so at night he began to do that very thing. NOTICB3 OF TO AI'PBAll I.I. hereby called tu be held at .haira.iforI of ald ti K feet% of West NW4! of of tWI BM at tj'' 'I
worried over the County 1'ourt houselark. a point .
STATio OF FIX>III A to-: Maude ,
itch labor and employers had ir He wrote four novels. They were so amateurish no publisher C.: Hnow of 1H7 Horn Drive 8tAlbann "' *, Florida on the Situ day ofranuary coiner thereof, and run thenceNorth 112.81 ",'
Caesar. A. l>., 11)42 to determine 0 degrees 49 Went .m \
Then he wrote "Little New York.
ting together the recent issue them. :
would whether .saul bond. shah be issued feet; thence North 50 degrees IT'Weat ; )
ishlngton conference. Labor with Edward G. Robinson You are required to appear on feet th nee North ;
wai i75.17
movie ;
You may have seen it as a February 2nd. 1942 In the above a" herein described and that at I'
willing to accept a freezing 01: Whereiniaintif inch election the tiueMtlon" to beiuhmltt4d 20 degree Wet 60S feet I ) i
named Court and catiHe, \ 1' ,
in it. : : : : thence North : degree 44 Weat
shall be 'For liondn" andAgainst
sent the TiradfordPoiinty
contracts or to accept Rpeka divorce, J;
.,
chancefor f ditch. The
is loan feet to
friend there a nnd.HfcJ
UondM. .
itus So let tell pessimistic Telegraph shall publlnh this .
quo so far as the closed shoi me my IT FUUTlllCIt. UKSOnVKn strip of land herein dencrlbndooittitnlna

concerned. Their leaders India a bookkeeper with a "stultifying" job. Let me repeat: Ord-1' In next hand four and weekly official lunuei.dealt hilt there be and ar hereby app..lnt.d ; O 2S acre* more or lon.PARCKIi ;:
Witness my N<> 4 -H. H. I>. NO
ted that they would continue tc and denlfrnatud the followna 6
YOU. Htarke Florida. this Dec. 17th
the jobit's
It's not ; AND NO. 55
as IiiHpeitur of such election I
to expand the closed plat'
shop :1941 That portion of NW .14 of NW
ring the war. (OFFICIAL BBAl..) A J. Thomas,, o-wlti I 1.. of HW I.' of Hi'dlon US, .
11FrantU Don I... Hoover li. r>. rireen. and .
12-19 4t
mild Court
Clerk I nf
An
Ihe employers contend that the S. 1... Peek and Albert W, Ander- Townnhlii I Mouth, Itanice 23 ,<
M. Mr Hale, Jacknonvllle,
cd and a shop should not be consid Florida State Farm News Flu.. Atty. for Pit :y"r: r.whom, an Clerk are hereby of poach.tstertninetj election ditch Kant. centerline lying within lutld 16 ditch feet can.of f..J,

to submit -
propergrieyance Detroit's milk strike trucks of to be duly' iiinllfled therefor.HB terllne 1 passing over and across i ;
a war labor board. In iv rnirriT O"'tT. nnAnponnCOI'VTY. IT FlIltTIIKIl I KKHor.VICrJ KM of NW 1-4 of MW 1-4 and a 'I
detailed a creamery company making deliveries IV. HAN. If NW I.. of NW I.. of /
plan for press censor remained with their grandparents FLOIII1JtI hat the Hecretary of said Hoard lorUol ( I '
'P. as well as censorship of coir. By E. K. Homier to the city ran amuck of ( KIIY.Aeranoudh. be and In hereby directed to cause HW 1-4 of aald rtectlon 2A an follows I
unlcatlons for tbe duration of the holidays. farmers who are striking and It Kxahaklan: Plaintiff v.. ha fereirolna rexolutlnna and the : Itoa-ln on the South boundary '

between the United Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Rltch of Mr. and Mrs. Vance Geiger and took plenty' activity on the part 'Ham H.: RnahaklanH. Defendant Notice of Hpuclnl Kl rtli>n herelnifter of said KM of NW t.. of '"' ,
ntes f.
and foreign Countries. Is bee Cane No. 164't.OKDEIl aet I be published I Inha HW 1.4 at a point 16 feet Went I\'L .
set up by Byron Price former Jacksonville were Christmas son. Bradley spent Christmas day r Michigan; state- police to quiet OF PITHLICATIOV tlradford I t'c'ooun Teleairaph a of the SP corner th.r..nf. anil 1',

ecutive news editor of the Asso guests of Mr. and Mm.. H. M. with Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Bradley. -.. of the disorder. ANI) NOTICE TO APPKAK dilly uallflKil neWHpnper. pub. run North decree 49 t.W..t .
F..IIIOA. to- Ham SRahaklann feet thence North
STATE OF shed at Htarke In Bradford Coany ;
>ted Press who has been named Rlcha.rde.Mr. Earl Johnson and Mr. and Mrs., Harrell from Palatka.Mr. whose residence laLJnknown. Florida, and that such. pobll_. I 6O ...11.3 17* West 676 27 feet: V' .

the President as "Director olnsorshlp. : Mrs. M. E.' Griner at. Earle Brown of DeLand were and Mrs. Mangrove visited Ion be for a period of four con.s.'utive hence. North 20 degrees OH' Went 60S '3UK .. '
." A censorship board., and Mrs.L. You are required to appear on .. weeks. -KlnnlnK on the feet; thence North 00 decree 4V .
wedding overnight guests of Mr. and Mrs. Musgrove's sister in Marl- In the above end of ditch.
feet
ten Is aiding in formulating our ended the thirty-fifth January 6th 1942 6th day of 1)sr.rnnher5 1941. and Went 306 to ,' \
of last week. namud Court and cause wherein The strip of land herein dencrlheif -
dinner of Mr. and F. Chapman. anna Thursday aid Notice of Klectlon being:
nsorshlp policies includes: Vice anniversary seeks divorce, liradfordounty or :,
17
plaintiff Notice I I.* hereby gIven that ape.ial containIng 0 more, mol. .
esident Wallace the secretaries Mrs. Jim Smith at Wacahoota Mr. and Mrs. Joe Wagner. of Mr. and :Mrs. McFarland visited Telegraph nhall publish thla Election la hereby called leu*. .

war navy and the treasury. the Thursday nUrht) of last week. Mltiial and Camp Bland Ing, were their parents 'In Orlando and Drder In next for weekly IMHUCHWltneiiamv arlit will be held. at th* Urad ford A iso: \
hand and official seal ..... A strip of land 10 feet Kant ,
rectors (otinty Court 110. Htarke, Florila -
of the Office of Facts and Mr. and 4t70. J. I* Robinson guests of Mrs. Bozarth Sunday. Leesburg during: the holidays.Mr. it Htarke.' FIn.. thin Dec, S, 1941. within paId Mporlal Tax KchoolHtrl and Went by 348.S feet North
gures and of Government Reorts. Mrs. visited rela OFFICIAL SKAT) A. J. Thomas South In the Rotithwest corner '
Christmas Miss Jane Smith of Orlando and Day [ '' "'t No. H of Hrudforcl County: and
the had a family reunion 4 tN Clerk of Maid Court 11-13.t 1-2 of NW 1-4 of NW 1-4 of
attorney general and the Bronson Thursday of lorldn" : on the 27th day of Janury -
stmaster general. day. Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Rob- and Madison, is a holiday guestof tlves in hVaybrlKht A Way!>r..hl. Jackaonfllle > A. I>.. 1943 ansi diirlna' the HW 1-4 of Section 2ft. TownshIp ,

I Is Jean and Laddie, Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Chapman. last week. Fla. Atty. for Pit. tour prescribed by law for hold. I Mouth Range 23 Kant.Vou. .
expected so far as news nson. Betty Reddish general. .I."n. at which and each of you are hereby
Jacksonville and Mrs. J. M. ng
of Mr.
per and radio are concerned, Mr. and Mrs. Everette Robinsonand Mrs. I* B. McLendon, iv riRCViT {coiiir IHIAIIKOIII lection' the qualified electors' whore ..on.mand..e to be and appear In the

at voluntary censorship of news Mr. and Mrs. Robert Robinson \la making an extended spent Christmas day with their c'o"oI"'y.[ : KI.OItlll IV 4IIAV 'KIIYIvlvemcr freeholilera. renlillna In aaldlitrlct (. 'In and for liradfordountv.

interest to the enemy will berried Loula with her' son and daughter- daughter and son-in-law. Mr. and "' lie Konce, Plaintiff va. shall by their vote deter- ( Ilorlda. at the office of
Robert visit
and ('ourt. In the
'
Rosemary mln.Vh.. h..r The Hnarnl' of lublfnn I pie
Florence IH Fonce, Defendant.
on at first and will be sup- of Jacksonville Joined in in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Mc Mrs. V. I* Rowe of Jacksonville.Mrs. (:'..*.. No 1 MOKDKIl trnctlon nradford' County ( My of Htarke, Itradford County
mented with mandatory regulatt. Jr.. all O. H. Moore had an her : OF PtlPLICATION' ANDNOTICK ''lorldn: n"n"th... I of laid' Hpee.iaj'I' Florlo.on or before the 2th day "
when It It a happy occasion. Lendon. shall I line A. I). 1942 ahow
seems necessary. making N. Mr. and T(' AI'f'KAH! H'hool DlKtrlct Na. 4 Ir .anuary.
Christmas day .
lans for civilian defense B. CalJwell, of Laurence Bray of Fairmont guestn STATB' OF ?FI-OHII- toFlor- bond In the sum of 31.00000 title. Interest or len ,
: ahead are goE Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Is visiting his uncle and aunt Mrs. Herbert Buck Mr. and Mrs. ..flee De Fonce wlione residence la In I HfHordanre with the foregoing, 'on, or any of you. have In and .
rapidly each state and Ocklawaha. spent Christmas day Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Unknown .,n..lutl wn being. given new instructions Caldwells. },[r.Caldwell's Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Tyson. Rex Mlxon You are' required to appear on .. of land and to ChOW cauna why
L cb week for protecting Its peo- with the J. G. Mrs. J. L. Robinson, Mrs. Hen Moore and family) Mr. and Mrs.P. January 6th. 1942 In the above O C. Kelly movml the adoption 'hi name should not b* taken for '

p and for itlmulatlng civilian nephew who has been M. Moore and son Mack and named Court and cause, wh..r.lnplalnUrf f ;said rvHoliitlon.I which wan see.iled thl tinea. and purposes set forth In ; .
co- grandchildren,
rietta Parker and Bradforounty (, by J. H. Norman anil sell to-wlt.' aa right of I
near neeka
divorce
J.Ulon. ,
ration with the production) pro- ill in the Naval Hospital Betty Jean and Laddie Robinson Mr. and Mrs. W H. Edwards and (' Telegraph Khali publish this .*.solution wa put to a vote and vay, .. ditches and borrow <

am. acksonvllle Joined his mother Savllle. famll '. Order In next four weekly Immea. ..nanlmoucly adopted with all mem- its for a> aectlon or portion of
at
Mayor ta<3uardj- of New York. and together they went to are spending the week ) d. W. Roberts Wltn..". my hand and official nea.it 1..1'. '. nf saul Hoard, prenent and "tat" Itoad No. 121, denlfnated a ad of the Office of Civilian te- here Mr. and Mrs. P. D. Fancherand Mr. and Mrs. Starke. Fia thli Dec, 5. 1941. vl"tlna? "Aye" and none; "Nay" 660*. aa located etirveyed.
tc spend the holidays H .;. SPA It mil .ehown on nald map or platlerelnahove
"lie. has Sarasota and Dennie Fanch bad as their guests Christmas OFFICIAL SEAL) ,, (Corporate Seal 5(14
asked for 50000.000 clvil- Caldwell's mother Mrs. sons Ellis \m Clerk of aald Co'tJ5n.'i: ChairmAn of the Hoard of I'ublla referred to. or default .
I gas masks to be distributed with Mrs. er. visited in Perry Wednesday. day Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Andrews, V. E. Know!.., Att). fur PLC.V Intitrtictlon of llradford Coun nav l..entered against you

lea one the people within about 200 Mary Trotter.Mr. O. Randall Mrs. :J. E. Mobley was a buslneso and children Jacqueline and Joe, ty. Florldnupcrlntemlent''. W.. F. MlnnLI'TON': I"WfTN.R, my', hand In and a. for Clerk Drail-nf

01 the Atlantic and Pacific and Mra. J. visitor to Jacksonville Sat at Starke. IRr.r'T COIHT.rnrNTV. nn"p'ORD. nf Punlln Inetruetlon ford! (..unt Florida. and the nealif ,it I

can. and the Oul oastt. It Is spent Wednesday and Thursday During: the holidays Mrs. W. H. FJ.OUIUAI ivQaaklll : 4. .... of Bradford (County Florida eald Court, thin the 21M day ." t I Iot
united Jackson- urday. C'Flit.001cc A. I>. 1 I41, at Starke
that the masks would chUdren in W. H. and ex-offlclo Heiretary of I..mb..r.
It $3.73 with their Mr. and Mrs. W. N. North and Blgrgn had as her guests .. Plaintiff vs. Floyd call, Board. 5' In Vitrffonfl County* Florida.
each but It Is the plan of Richmond Va., Caee Nn. 5650. tlKAI) A. J. Thomas
Jr. (OF-FlclAf.
d1trbu. vUle. Davis have returned Harley oaa:1bJ'te.an-'uI]: { : : TATR OK FIXirtlUAOUNTY -
them to the people and Mrs. J. W. Reinau of son. Buddy Harley. of St. Augustine A OP mtAliFl, IUf. > Jerk of Circuit Court In and for r
thout Mr. with Mattle
charge. pleasant visit Miss ANt NOTICE Tn APPKAK Florida.
Miss From a very W. K. Mlddletnn. an Ruperln- llradrnrif County, i "
A.ked be believed there was Apopka. and their daughter. relatives In Alabama.Dr. and D. C. Biggs of Hast STATE OF FU".ltfOA. to Floyd ndent of Public InKfrttrtlon and T. Frank tndram. ,
and son. a.kIlI, whose residence I. 111 for Potltlonera.rr ,
rIcer of of Orlando x-offlclo Hecretarr of The Hoard Attorney
d our being attacked by gas Fay Reinau Palatka spent Q. V. McLendon. of Marl- ings. Later Street, Norfolk Vlrirlnla.You or Public InstructIon "f R'adfordoiinty OK* FIX>mr)A \ r

, having a need for gas mask,. Martin Reinau. of and his son Lt. O. V. Mc- are required to appear on "' Florida, t'O Ii tilt: FVIY CKK ("OIN' nf nitAiiKonn ,
mayor said: "If we have several days with Mr. and Mrs. anna La., PermitsB. ranuary 6th. 1942 In the above TIFY' that the above aifjl. fnreajoir J. Thoman. Clerk of tha .. '
ese mask we won't be attacked holidays.Mr. Lendon. Jr.. of New Orleans, Building a.med Court and cause, wherein I..* a true and corr*.'f/eopy and ("Ir"ul Court of the Hla-bth Judl-
during the with plaintiff seeks divorce Bradford .... nradford'oiintv.
'a." Griner Sunday and Monday pcltal of the acts. resolution and In and for
and Mra. Paul McDendon spent McLendon. L. Noegel carpenter secured ounty loaraph shall publish thlarder roceedlnara. nf nald Hoard relative' FI"I'II. do hereby ....rtltV
Mc- Mr. and Mrs. Pan ) In next four weekly Ivauee.Wltneia delermlnlne 'hat the and '
with Mrs. Annie M. to approving petition 01'.01"
spent Chrirtmas Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Godwin permit for MR. mr hand and official Heal ...mount and maturjtina) of bOndiS.lung tru. and correct copy th.N"ttce
(
"IRCIT .CO JR> 1. BRADFORD Len-lon's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Friday and dixon, on December 29 for $2.500 at Htarke.. Fla, this lec., 6, 1941. .. election and apnolntlnir ofIrlal i I Kmlnenf Itomaln Prnceedlna I
OUNTY. .LOItIDA ire! C "'NFoRI' drove to St. Augustine (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thoma *. and giving notice of eleelon. '.laueil on time 11 rd day of Denem-
: Cogdlll, In Gainesville. dinner guests of Capt. and Ke will build a two-story stucco A. Clerk of said Court 6-12 U 1-1 u duly paK eii and adonted by h-e. A. f> ISIS. In .". cnne of
after were
tll 7 Ol.n Plaintiff P.tev. 01. Lt. Robert S. Chapman Wall. building on lots .4 ftM :5 of block V. E. KnowU AU) for Plf. ....1.1 The nnnrd of Publlo fnntrun- Inulford County a Political SubIvielx -
v. Harold
'. Defendant Ca.. No. 1896. ten-day furlough with Mm IS: In Temple') addition near the lI"n of nr..d f"r,1 County, Vlorld%. "' ..f >".. ftllt. nf Florida.nd .
a has asher '
spending Dunbar 1'.
Lee .
Miss Rosa .v rmrriT COI-HT. nBnronnol at a regular meeting 4sIy aditirned W. M Rdwarda. rhalrmHn.
IWEn OF PtJULICATrON AND his parents. returned to his i post hei1 parents, Mr. and Intersection of Roads 13 and 48 ;>'rr, fi.oiin iv. cnAWt' '..:itr to and held. on the> 22ndAV Ct>.nt.,ln. j 7. Wynn, H. O. '

NOTICE TO APPEAIt Va., Sunday roorn- guests Residence will be up-stairs, while melon Itlvano Plaintiff. va of fl.cenit.e. Iltta"/ the namePP Tarrell anti P 0. Reddish' a. memcomp ; :
TATFI OF FtxminA! to Peter at Camp Le. Mrs. H. Lee Dunbar. and Miss ":mma Murronl Klvano Defendant. ..ar* In the Mlntirea nt said Tlu."nRr" *'cc .felna, t". entlr. w..erilfCounfy
"11. 850-117th Beach. a business house will be on the .. Commlnnlonera of Brailnrit .
Street Brooklyn Dunbar of Daytona :as. No. 1 61.OUDKH of Ptibllo tnstrrictinn of
Louise
'r 'y ork. Ing.Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Rlcharde first floor. OF prmICATIOV AND !rn>lfnrr> County Florida, of Da. Cminty. a nolltlcal ntthdlvlnlonr I

You are required to on Richarde visited NOTIfB TO APPKARHTATR :.mhee ft I.4IIV .. the. M'nte n' "I"rld. Verl'lon. ,
'"uary tn appear and Mrs. A. M. OF FIXRIUA) to: Emma WTITVRSH WHEHV.nr.: 1 hare I r < rlei> Li.! f>--
t' 194aln cot IIT FOR
the! above IR.rr
!
,e4 Court and cu.e. wherei at the 'home of Mr. and Mrs. LAWTEYBy it liRA riser>..fOHI 4OViTY, FLORIUA. furronl Rlvano. whose reldenr h..r."nto. set mr hanT and the> of'clol ;etiilanta.' o :'n.tA" (" .. Nn.

suit' .eek. divorce. Bradford Bitch In Gainesville BIN Plummer' IN' (..I. sri-i: v. I.I care of .Acoitlna Murronl Porto "' Kent of said. Th* "narrl .t'nnlln ::is. mj> .5IS .. file ,
Hamilton Italy' nf nra 4fnrdioiint shI. offfee.wrriVF .
''nil' Telegraph Olt, COMPANY Icuno. Province of Casllarl Jntriton I
hall
'"* publleh this THB AMERICAN\ required to appear on .,., FlorM: et fitrlt'. Rrmif- *'*! my heed stud official 'I
in next telu ... lIay.Mr. had under the laws ofMARYUAXD You are '
w< klr le u Christmas: Harrell corporation .
u>
Wltn..11 C. A. Venae and Mr. and Mrs. Joe m Plaintiff.ABBIB"IX anuary Sth. It 41, In the abovemmcd tn." ('0.."'''. Florida, the find dayTb.emhep. -_I .t .>erlr" Rr-dfev.4 County,
r at my hand and offlelal. and Mrs. their faettt during the Chrtotmaa Court and ecu.. whereinlalntlff to' .01. Jorl. thin 33rd day of Decent

" 24t R5ark. Florida this Dcbei' children. of McIntosh. spent is Drawdy.D. >UISB MORROW., .t aL. > seeks divorce, Bradford Official H.ej|> W r MTOPMCTOW.uperintendent ) ,eisFFueyr.
' b.. 1941.PICI&L their parent" holidays Mrs. Tennie ountr Telegraph shall publish this .*f Piihllf, Inrra, At.) A. I. rl.rnnasp

HEAL) A, J. Thoma- Cbri.stizIa.s day with Miss M. Fryer and Ellsha Fryer Defendant NOTlfB TO APTPBAR >ncr In next four weekly '..eu... tI..n nf Bradford County, _- Clerk C*. Court. 9trelVor4Ceaty .

IClllrk of .*id Cou..l. n-u 4t t.U Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Bouvier. from Moultrie. Ga., and Keffee To: Lottie K. Duncan and lx>.b K. Witness my band and official semi Ida. and x-offlclo Secretary" .f Florida IS-S*-6t-l-Il

Rom..d) .I&o1o.ollvll1.. Andre McRae
Master
. Mty. for PII. Betty and It ItLLII

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_____ m JI'OUR BRADFORD COUNTY TKLKGRAFH. 8TAKKE. FLORIDA __ FRIDAY.__JANUARY_:2. 19J
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College Students HonoredAt couldn't even use their feminine ChURCh' DIRECTORY OF
II Letter BoxEditor's
SOCIETY and CLUBS Methodist wiles, 'cause you can't see a SERVICES
Program
sweet smile in a blackout! -
FIRST BAPTISTllev.
Sunday Night A. K. I'lKhtfoot. Pa.,..
:Members AssignedTo The N. T. IUtch (Bradford ( Note: They're still aM N. Walnut Street
\ Nollman
and Mrs.
Col.
Baptist Circles Miss Miriam Guy, who is a House) experienced the depths of coming back at the Telegraph Inverse Church School 9:45 A. M.

Hold Business MeetingAt Entertained At Nollwood W. S. C. S. Circles student at the Florida State College sorrow an' the heights of Joy on since we started se nding Oft B.Mornlpc:T. U. Worship 7-0: P. M.11:00 A, M.

Church Monday For New Year for Women at Tallahassee, two successive days las' week notices of subscription expirations Evening. Worship 8:00 P. M
Col. and Mrs. W. H. Nollman and A. Z. Adkins Jr. of the Were notified by the Navy In verse. This is the third no- Wednesday Worship 8.00: p M.
W. M, S. Circles will entertained at. a Christmas party Circles of the Woman's Society Dept. on Sunday that their tice sent out on the 15th of each -
: Baptist Wednesday evening for all guestsat of Christian Service of the Methodist Citadel: at Charleston, C., were FIRST MRTHODI9T
meet Monday January 8. at 3 youngest son. Nelson, Jr., was reported month:) He.. a. C. Powell, fmmtar
o'clock) P M., as follows: "Nollwood. church have been divided guest speakers/ Sunday evening at missin' while on duty In 130 N. Ckareh street
No. 1--Witl Mrs. '0. L. Linsln This home has the distinctionof as follows for the coming year's the Methodist church when a program the Pacific Next day they This is notice Number Three, Church School 10:00 A. M
of red, work And gosh, you've got us up a Sunday Worship 11:00 A.
No. 2-With Mrs. Floyd Green. Having a Victory sign : and social was given in received a letter from Nelson Young People 7:00 P. M.: it.
No. 3With Mrs. Ethel Biggs white and blue over which hangs Circle Number One: :Mrs.. W. K.Mlddleton .tudents'.at himself sayln' be was in training tree! Rvenlnur Worahlp ':00 P. xrWednviiday .
No. 4.-With :Mrs. H. I.. Hough. an electric star. The guests were chairman: Mrs. L. A. hrnor of college : home school at San Diego! .Imagine We know you want your paper- Worship ':00 P M.
The regular monthly buslnes/ received on the lawn and the host Davis. Miss Kate Struth Mrs. W. for the,holidays 'ft' pastor, the their Joy! tUlYour -

: meeting was held at the church and hostess stood under the "V" O. Haile Mrs..T. J. Griffin, Miss Rev G. C. Powell also made a check has failed. to reach R.ST... M.Fred RK'I!Yerfcea.EPISCOPAL

last Monday afterflOOI.I sign near the lovely Christmastree Amy Coburn. Mrs. Frank Colley, short address before introducingthe Christmas Gifts:, Mrs. A. Z. Ad- our. till. 304 H.I' C........ Street Rector
Mrs. A. M. Darby president, 'which was presided over bya Mrs. I. P. Shepherd Mrs. Pearl speakers'! '. kins' diamond wrist watch, ,Mix- Unless you heed this S. O. S. Church School 10:00 A. M.

I presided and conducted the de. real Santa Claus. After the Simpson Mrs. A. Wood, Mrs. The Wesley Fellowship Class, Master,, an' picnic basket ,., We'll' have to cut -you off. we Sunday: :' mvcninv Wornhlp _I 11OO ov !r.... ,,M.-._ Meunaay .

1Hrr votional. reading the *3rd 'Psalm distribution of presents, all joined Titus Olson. Mrs. William .Blair Mrs. D. P. Carpenter, president Seems ole Santy certainly smiledIn guess. Friday Evening ,:ao P. M.

the theme being "Send Out Thy in singing Christmas .carols. Mrs. U W. Koch Mrs. Carrie and the Young Adult .Fellowship her direction Myrtle*. Carpenter' Here ''is the rhymed reply that Holy Day 10.00 A. M,.

Light and Thy Truth.:. On Thursday night. Col. and Ritch. Mrs. J. H. Fields. :Mrs. Class, taught by Fred Guy., were silver fox jacket .. Mrs. JT. S. Austin of 'Lawtey sent -,
The minutes of the last meet: ,Mrs. ,Nollman again entertained Shelley Hall Mrs. A. W. Anderson hosts on this occasion. After the Alice Graham's smooth set of in with her check:lI FIRST PRBSBYTKRIAN
and very informally; a few friends of Haverford Pa. and Mrs.E. streamlined Margaret ReT. <;....' II. thee PI..
Ing were read and approved, service at the church the audience luggrage ,. 348 North. Cfcerrr
the treasurer's report'wu 'accopied. -,living in the neighborhood. K. Ferryman. gathered In the Educational Pearce's .Xmas/ 'diamond' (engage- have waited for the third Church Rehoot 10-00 A.St.M

Reports of the Circles Circle Number Two: ,Building and' enjoyed a ment I wonder) ,. ..Hazel ,Mat- rhyme, flunday Worship 11:00 A M.

were read and showed earnest Miss Adah Taffet Mrs. G. C.. Powell chairman; sc/clal, : singing and, games formedthe thew's mink-dyed muskrat That I might not miss a time. Senior Intermediate Crusades Youth':00 S:00 P. P.M it.

work and progress. Reports ot: Becomes Bride Mrs. S. S. Dowling Miss Olive entertainment until towards Evelyn Stump proudly wearln' Sorry you were up a tree- EveningWonhlp 7:00: P. M

committee chairmen were read Of Irving Huge! Ray Mrs. Emma Murphy, Miss the close of the evening punch her blue two-piece suit gray fox But always rather you than me. -

and shed good work. : i Amelia Ray, Mrs. F. H. Long, and cookies were served. trimmed ,,. Little Joan Dinkins' Sure, I want the paper, till, ST. EDWARD'S CATHOLIC

The resignation of Mrs. T. K. Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock Mrs. A. Z. Adkins Mrs. E. S. At the morning ,service in the swanky wrist watch Mrs. So I guess I'll take the pill. R... ThoB.Tempi J. Marphr.A.e... Paetur

McClane, Sr., aa third vicepresident Miss Adah. Taffet became the Matthews, Mrs. W. P. Smith Mrs. chinch the congregation beard a Riley Wasdln's beauteous ring- Will heed the S. O. S. today- Early Mann 9.00: A. ,,{.
was read. bride of Mr. Irving Hugel In a J. W. White. Mrs. U S. Hutto beautiful solo by Miss Betty Jane an opal, nestled in diamonds .. Seal the news to J. S. A.Jacksonville, I)'.... ".r......
Sunday Mann 9:00 A. .11(.
Mrs. C. A. Knight was appointed beautiful ceremony at the home Mrs. M. B. Herlong, Mrs. LorenzoD. Nollman, who isan, outstanding '- Week. Day Mans 8:00: A. 1\\(.
custodian ,of the Annex kitchen. of the latter's uncle and aunt, Green Mrn.. Eula Whlgham, vocalist at Southern College at Alice June Harding Margaret Fla. -

and also chairman of a committee _Mr.__ And_n_ _Mm.__ _,_ Louis__ _Shafkln.__ ___ at Mrs. A. F. Sauls Mrs. D. E. Lakeland. Strlngfellow Kay Wear, Sara Editor Telegraph: GOSPEL TABKRIVACLH
to superintend the buildingof Call and Church streets. n.The Knight, Mrs. A. W. Redgrave, Barefoot an' Freddie Wlmberly Please renew subscriptionfor Mr. .n4 Mr. J. T. .. ." Iponion!
shelves etc. in the Arch H. Mrs. W. S. doin' their bit for Uncle S., slngln' my Sunday Service 7 SO P. M.
cabinets ceremony was performed by the Mrs. Green Outdoor Party Enjoyed another year. The Telegraphwas FridayService 7:30: P. M.
kitchen. Reverend B. Safer, of Jacksonville Stroman. carols Christmas Eve night at very welcome all last year
Brownies Mrs. L. G. By Younger SetA the 106 QM recreation hall .
Mrs. II. L. under a canopy of ferns Circle: Number Three: white I was away on military .
Powell and Mrs. C. A. Knight Hear Sara did a swell version of
and to be
roses. Chairman appointed. Tuesday duty. Most of the folks men-
given
were appointed as a committee' to The bride was attired in an off- Mrs. Sam Anderson, Mrs. D. P. merry night by party Misses was Betty Jane I "Pop Goes the Weasel" and was tioned I didn't know, but it was War Needs Monty-YOURS!

select materials for baptismal white wool dress with black accessories Carpenter, Mrs. Charles Darby, and Catherine Nollman the guests awarded a prize of a huge red news! about home Just the same

robes.It and wore a corsage of Mrs. Fred Guy, Mrs. Artford being entertained in front of theopen stocking filled with candy, razor and brought about an hour of
moved and carried that blades an' shavln' cream! .
was orchids. Joyce Friedler, small Brown Mrs. Paul Hudglna Mrs.T. fireplace in the yard. real pleasure each week when. 1 I
the W. M. S. Circles have two cousin of the bridegroom attired( T. Long. Mrs. E. L. Matthews served tables Handsome foursome doin' the received it.
meetings each month instead of In aqua. trimmed in lace with Mrs. W. N. North. Mrs. Hogan Supper the was on where night spots regularly: Louise E. W. Hayes Jr.
near
one as heretofore, the Circle meet- corsage of tea roses, acted as Smith. Mis. Junius M. Smith, Mrs. i j I open fireplace and Ishom. Andy Adklns. Eloise Dees
ings to be on the first and third flower girl. W. B. Sewell. Mrs. L. D Vln- hamburgers were cooked rolls an' Emmett Ferryman .Spot- I
Mondays and the Royal Service served with tempting ted 'em frequently leavln' Saul's Brooker. Fla.
The house was ,beautifully dec. Ing. Mrs. N. D. Wainwright, Jr., pickles, etc. After supper the
residence MacMahon Gentlemen:
the second on St.
program on Mondayand ,
ruled uith ferns anl gladioli Mrs. J. R. Wainwrlght Mrs. E. around the
business meeting on the company gathered where these popular lassies live Enclosed please find our renewal -
An elaborate dinner servedat L. Williams Mrs. Catherine Hbc-
fourth Monday in each month. was camp-fire and sang patriotic and while employed at Standing for the Telegraph. We This war calls! for every ounce
the home at 4 P. M. for 25 on, Mrs. B. M. Montgomery. Mrs.
popular songs. Nurse Buna Cummings pinchhlttln' certainly do miss it when itdoesn't of energy every dime and dollar
relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Shafkln J. W Andrews, Mrs. V. E. howard The included college students -
guests
Comer Long of Dade City. for Nurse :Martha (Brownlee come.
we can muster for ships-and
tad open house for all friends Mrs. J. H. Jlclnnls.\ home for, the and
holidays
Christmas ) Johnson at C. C. Melvln.
here
pent with his I Blanding while
and a delicious luncheon was On Monday January S, the planes and guns.
alwo a number of the set.
mother Mrs. F. H. younger the latter few
Long. I enjoys a days va
served. three elides will meet in the Educational Hit the enemy with a $25
Mr. and Mrs. Hugel) are both Building at 3 o'clock In V. O. W. InstallationThe cation will. Hear Mrs. W., J. Ep Clara Colson/ Dec. 24; T. Frank Bond. Hurt him with a $50
return
person soon to live
of New York City. Mr. Hugel the afternoon. The elides will in Landrum. of the estate of William -
Starke again Bond. Help to blow him sky.
J. II. COURTMANCH
has been In Starke since Feb. unite in the devotional service Woodmen of the World Anthony Andrews, a minor,
Watch-Maker ruary. while Mrs. Hugel came In then separate for their circle exercises will hold installation ceremonies to F C. Hollingrsworth. $33333; high with a $100 or $1.000 Bond

IVY WITH CONFIDENCE October. Both are employed at after which there will be Thursday night, January 8, at Sunday night college students' Dec. 24; L. G. Powell. L. C. Don't delay-every hour

AT he Camp Blanding Jewelry and a social period. 7:30 P. M. An oyster supper an'service the at M. E. Church was tops. Powell and Maten P. Gahagan, counts. Buy United States
social hour
YOUR IIOMK JEWELER Military Supply store. Tbe bride will be enjoyed after the meet whalln' afterward wasa constituting all of the directors Defense Bonds and Stamps
and left immediately by STENOGKAPIIfCRS NOT E success Group of of the Powell-Smith Company, a
.__._ groom___ ..___. u_ __ _._ ing. Every member Is requested soldiers seemed to specially enjoy TODAY.
rain lur aiiu.au. upon lueir re1 PADS- 15c each- BRADFORD to be present. Lacy Conway secretary dissolved Florida corporation, to
It .
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turn both of them will resume COUNTY TELKGKAPII. (Oughtta make a habit of L. 0. Powell, Dec. 26; Peninsular
their work at the store and will announced.jilonday. euch affairs mebbe) Impromptu Lurton Co., a Florida corporation.

reside at ,the corner of Church program windin' up with to L. R. Waters and J. K. Douglas DR. LEMUEL COLSON
and Call streets. John Guy's negro preacher interpretations of Alachua County, Dec. 27;
Those attending the ceremonywere Carolyn] Callstreet They do say Alma Shaw and A. B. Shaw I her DENTIST -
one about "the
Mr. and Mrs. M. Hugel of prodigal son" husband, of Alachua County to OFFICE 120 CALL ST.
is a .
New,York; Mr. and Mrs A. Huge). honey An' speakln' ofwindin' National Turpentine A Pulpwood
up Guess that's whatI ADKTNS BLDG.IF .
the Misses Cella and ,Lillian corporation Duval County. Dec.
better do, an' ,get set for a 27..
Huge?, all,of New York; Mr. and
Mrs Jack Friedler, Mrs. Gertrude HAPPY NEW YEAR! proudly squiring 'BeV) % Carolyn -1 round of hog Jowl and black-eyed '

.. Green in yellow organza (accompanied'by peas So long Your's for
.
Handelsman Colonel Harry That' wh.at ,I nt wlahin' for .
you "d '" -
RAFs Ted Clevei< good luck's) 1943 .: .
of Mr.
SWlil ky. Camp Blanding; an' you an' you But as for
Your regard has made ffte and Mrs., Joe Taffet Mayor N. me, I can't be any too happy till land) : Betty1 Qtreen. orchidaceous -CAROLYNU. ,
D. Wainwright Jr.; Judge A, Z. I catch up on a" little sleep an' in orchid (t past year one of the best Adkins. MrS. B. Jacobs Mr. and rest after the gayest giddiest blonde Fran 'Opperman an' tall D. C. To Meet

in the history of thisfirm.C Mrs. Mtk Mills Mr. and Mrs. round of holiday frolics ever seen dark Husey McClane makin' atrikln'looking The W. can afford Automobile Insurance. As a matter of (fat
ark Sporn of Penney Farms: in the old town yet SwankIest couple '. Sara T. Weeks Chapter, U.
Mr. and Mrs< Alan Roth Miss affair to date was the Barefoot floating hi blue chiffon D. C.. will meet Wednesday. January you can't afford to be without Accidents, are expensive

Cecelia Dobbs, daughter of Capt.W. YMCA--JWB to-do at the Armory an' Margaret Pearce Jus' too home 7 of, at Mrs.3:30: o'clock at the and may cost you your car, home and lavin,..
extend the wish M. Dobbs. of Camp Blanding: New, Year's Eve. Red white glamorous for words in heavy George W. Roberts
May we ,1 Harry Goldman. Miss Fay Deyett an'. blue fuzzy streamers burstin' 1. white satin ., Familiar faces: In Lawtey. The hostesses will be CHARLEY E. JOHNS Agency

that the New Year, for ;I and Mr. and Mrs. Nat Sternberg. from the center of the ceiling Lois (AdKins) Pope,' Annie Mae Mrs. Roberts. Mrs. I. B. Cody ,
I Also among the special guests Tables set around the dance floorIn Kemper,< Hazel Moore Miriam and Mrs. Hal Edwards. 119 East Call Street' Starke Florida.*

you, will be gladdened a I were Mr. and Mrs. Barney Siason, real cabaret style ; Swell Guy Snooky Corpenlng Wilma Telephone; 13

i long time friends of the Taffet music, gorgeous girls smart uniforms an' T. K. McClane Newcomers Charles Robert FutchMr.
lijttle by our appreciation fUpfwntlna' THE TRAVELERS. Hartford ___
: attractive Allne Lanier
family. Most of the boys
gnd good wishes. 1 comln', from smaller details, not (Valdosta Ga.), workin at Blan- and Mrs. Merrill, Fwtch, of
The_ Mr. and; Mrs, Herbert Durden yet honored in an entertainmentway ding and stayln' with Fran Opper- Tallahassee announce the birth of

and children, of Jacksonville In Starke ,. Sandwiched man Tall slender blonde a son Charles Robert, in the
A&ACAFE were holiday guests of relatives naiad cakes an' ice cream servedat Carrie Lou Williams (G'ville), Alachua Hospital, Gainesville on

-_-- --U _____ .__ -eoe. 'In Starke. i intermission Noise-makers, vL ltln. Miriam Guy"and dating Saturday, December 27., Mr. WE WELCOME

hate uu_ -. Cnnfuttl__---_--_ _.n'-. ._.._aarnamtln.r "--. <_*!...._- tall .slender' bruette- "John To- !utch.: is the son of :Mr- and ,Mrs.:
tributed Jus' before twelve .' .' '. rode (looktnnindsome: "an' inls>- i.;. 'A."' F-utcb. At Starke. .. .. ", -
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FUNERAL DIRECTOR caieVous'as ever\' ) ".1' !. L 41 ,
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Lights out at midnight '. Old 4
117 Maay Tear Experience Make It Possible for Me to Header Lang Syne an' a barrage of bal I," .:2dert. rt heit' ,G man-Stewart. ...''

EFFICIENT.'PHOMPT anil COCRTEOHS BKRVSCKMODBBATO loons from above made a gala' oc Holiday Nlc Nac4 Carolyn pun- ,The
PRICES.. casion long to, be remembered can becomin :Mrs. Row Adams T. D. Goodman and Mrs. Oracle .',

DeWTTT C. JONE All of which was topped off by ([Jax), In a' '
staskePIokda .. v the surprise 'announcement of Virginia home of Kap an' Margaret ,Duncan 7 o'clock'' Saturday night. December -

: Anderson's marriage ChristmAs day ../Sadie 27,, at the home of County
I She's now Mrs. Leo Bolvln Prince (now at business"school, Judge E. K.: Perryman,' Judge YEAR)

: /. I He belongs to Uncle Sam ,'and Bowling Greim. Ky.J), brighten Perryman,.. .pertormIng'the. -ceremony NEW <

his home's" In Ontario up the local scene pr.a few days, .

-. Hope Hayne makin' her .
Peg Krttklne hMtetaia In char- bridge club oh and ah over her Deeds, 'Filed

treuse blouse over black skirt, set orchid corsage Tuesday night, .
off by red scarf and red camellia Seems a friend of her's who Jus' Mrs. B. C. Harvey, ..a widow, to .
Edna Mae Moaeley lookin' tot married in Blountstown drove J. S. SaPP. Jr., Dec. 20; E. J. "IAnd in doing so, we are mindful of the splendid

FLAEC gypsylsh in wide girdled red by Starke 'to present the wedding his Dowling and Cleone M, Dowling, cooperation 'We have had during the yean past.
corsage 'to wife to Mrs. Louvenla Dow
checks Kay Wear sporting a Hope Lois ,Pope
STARKE red camellia in her black 'hair lOBtessin' at a Coca-Cola party ling.Florence Dec. 24; D., W. :Moore ,and We are not without appreciation when thinking of

The Wear family quite an Wednesday mornln;, John M. Moore. his wife to
Interestln' group Corporal Torode Frow Strickland an' A. Alma Johnson/ Dec. S4; W. Frank the splendid patronage flat has been ours,, and we

Bob here from Ft. Knox. Ky. i E. ,Wall representing.:Strke; %a t to Johnson lltus and wife Alma Johnson, wish to thank each of you for whatever '
Program' Week Beginning, January 4, 1942 John from Michigan U. an' Kay the Orange Bowl, game..in .:Miami tie' Olson and 'his wife Ber b had part* you-- may
from Oberlin College Betty New .Year's Day. ,. Bess an' A. Olson Dec. 24; LouH; J. fcafe in the progress of this firm,
Sun., Mon. Tnett. Jane an' Edward Burns tak Hopkins and Mary E. Hopkins to
--Jan. 4, 0, 6 Katharine Nollman \ a peek at
"LOOK WHO'S darkly bewltcbln' In versions of "Louisiana Purchase" in Jax Bradford County, a Governmental .Sappy New Year to you and yours.
LAUGHING"With blue Christmas day subdivision.; Dec. 1:9: ; J. H. Wainwright -
Fibber McGee and Molly, and Charley MeOirthy and Maud Walnwright.. bis
.
..
Added-Paramount News, Cartoon 'Comedy Seems to me the Woman's Club Wanna wife-' to Bradford County, Dec. 0
know to to act during 29; WT"C. Clemens and
wall never so festive as in It* i the blackout :Monday night? Clerrtons his Maggie dAUAft
Double Feature--AVettnenday, Thul'IIday..Jaa. 7, a holiday dress for the Junior Woman's -: Well, you might ask' Gerry Sil- County. Dec. wife 29 to Bradford ; ,
; ,Marcus F.
No. -"FLYING CADETS" A Club dance las' Friday. cox what NOT to do ;'. Seems Brown and Florence B. Brown, ,,
With truly enjoyable evenin'. with a group of the more energetic set his wife to ,
William Bradford
Gargan and Peggy Moran so "home County
many folks" ,
back for Jua' couldn't wait for the local Dee
No. "DRESSED TO KIW'With the holidays Edwina Wig. try-out, so they trekked to G'vUIe Bradford: 29; Rose County Stanley., a Governmental widow, to ,,
gins, svele an' oriental lookin' ,
Nolan Monday to see how things look subdivision Dec. 29 C. I.. JL- ,
Lloyd and Mary Beth Hughe in cream jersey (Buddy Bishop when the ; Brown. ,
lights go out Billy and Sarah Brown,. Ms
Added-Cartoon and Comedy ParamJunt New Tarver. ..._... ,__ wife, to ,
.Jlnunv
-' -'-. _s.i...."' Bradford- ,Countvn.-----..... _._.._.., ee.p" % .-.. ,
Grace an' bot'Gresn ---J ,
an' Gerry C. Wainwright
and N. D. WainWright ,
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Double Feature-Friday Saturday., Jan. 9, 10 Beware Coughs were the ,curious crew .'% \ When her husband to Bradford .

No. "CRIMINALS! WITHIN" the lights went out they, parked County. Dec. 29; L. R. Waters
a'&ad from common c fdsThat' their car at the courthouse square and Mamie Waters his wife and
\\ith Eric: Ulat Ana
Doran aa' ,waited
breathlessly t The J. X. Douglas of Alachua ,Coun
No. "ARIZONA BOUND". Hang OnCreomulsion entire city of ,Gainesville-' waS ty, to'Alma Shaw. Alachua Coun .
quiet sea mouse '
\ Then what ty. Dee.. 29; Calvin Gllsnon' and
With Iiu<* Jonea and Tim McCoy relieves promptly because should Gerry do but* it roes right to the seat of the hit the *, ,
\ddfld-Cartoon and Comedy-No. 10 "Sea RjJdeiV trouble to help loosen and expel auto horn.Wan you can Dec. 29; Russell Judd and Willie
term laden phlegm and aid naturt imagine what a nolle' it made in Mae Judd to Bradford County
Saturday-Mklnlght Show-Jan. 10 to soothe and heal raw. tender. In the weird stillness! .'i, .. Up runs Dec. 29; R. A. Griffis and Mamie GAINESVILLE
flamed branes. Tell bronchial mucous memo an air-raid warden 'Wantln'' to Griffls, his wife to Bradford GAS CO.
"TWO THOROUGHBREDS"With your druggist to sell you know what's the idea
blowjn' the County, Dec. 29
a bottle of Creomulsion with the uadentandlnc ; B. L. Bryant and
Jimmy fjydon: and Joan Brodel you must like the way It horn an' what'nhey doln' 1 la tbe Mamie Bryant, his wife to Brad

Added-Cartoon and Comedy to quickly have allays the cough or you are car anyway when everybody' baa ford County Dec. 29; Federal "The Dependable Fuel"
your money back. been told to
get out an' seek Land Bank of Columbia, 9. C., to
CREOMULSION shelter ,I. .' Unnentand it took M. L. Conner Dec. 22; Willie Mae

.- for Couch Chest Colds Bronchitis tome tall explainln' to get, out of Hazen and Fred Karen her 'husband 330 W. University Ave Phones 1443--4--5PA.GE
that one The .
poor girls ,' S to R. A. Colaon and wife. ,. ..

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_t. _1942 ______BRADFORD_COUNTS'_TELEGRAPH._STAKKK. FLORIDA __ _ _PAGEln I

BITS of LOCAL Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Davis, Mr A Z. Adklna Jr., who spent NOTICE TO APPKAKHTATH Proposal Oeneral Condition, De- I''. .. I:
T NEWS OH1 FLORIDA to: Kllxaheth tall EpecIficatlons. Form of C'un: *
and Mrs. Sam Anderson and
the holidays here with his par. Cox. whoa realdenca la un- tract and Bond. and Drawing* marI :
children. Lyle and Janet; A. W. ents. Judge and Mrs. A. Z. Ad- known. >. examined at the office of the a
Anderson Jr., and John Anderson kins, left Tuesday for a visit in You are required to appear onFebruary City Clerk of 8tarke, Florida and :/
2nd, 1942: In the above at the office of Charles H. Itlrhhelnmr .. .
E. McKinney spent :Mr.. and :Mrs: W.: H. Hart spent Harry Green, of New York Is spent Christmas day in Ar- Mississippi and from there will named Court and pause wherein of the Firm of IleynoKIn, r

ill Jack onville. Christmas with Mr. Hart's mother. spending a few days with his cher with Mrs. C. V. Anderson. return to Charleston S. C., to resume plaintiff eeeka utvorre Pradfordt'otinty Itrewton.. Smith and IIIIU, 8th.Floor. "
fLY spent Mon- Mrs. M. A. Hart in Surrency, Ga. friends Miss Edna Pearce returns TeleKraPh shall publish thin Florida National Ilnnk. tfuildInsr. ,.
H. Jennings Jack Sporn at Penney his studies at the Citadel. I Order In next four weekly limufta.WltneMN Jacksonville Florida. and
jacksonville. Mr. and Mrs. T. Frank Lan. Farms and J. Frledler at Starke. Sunday to Ft. Lauderdale where Mrs. S. S. Dowling and daugh i hand and official ooplea thereof obtained. upon linymeat ;

gnd Mrs. Lynn Graham drum and children spent the holidays Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Crosby she Is employed In the public ter. Miss Nettie Dowling, spent seal at Soth.tt.: Ilt4l... Florida, this i>eoemher payment of $will 0.00 be for refunded. each. net.Ubon I which return i

iters In Dublin, Ga.. last with relatives In Inverness.Mrs. spent Christmas day with Mrs.Crosby's health clinic after spending the first of the week In Jackson (OFFICIAL EAI.; ) A. J. Thoma. ..It such set In Mood condition
Florence Parker Is spend- brother-in-law and sister Christmas here with her mother, ville visiting Mrs. Dowling's sister An Clerk. .>f said Court within ten day after bide have > ,
John S. Cowls*. been opened. and read.Th t
onan Fisk Is the guest ing several weeks In Dade City Prof and Mrs. W. W. Finer- Mrs. Bertha ?earce. Mrs. James Godbold. Atty. for 1-1.f. l-I- t-l-lt said City Council reserve. '

k of the Miss Freddiey. with her daughter, Mrs. W. O. eti, in Gainesville. Miss Alma Murrhen who is attending Mrs. J. T. Guy, of Hampton, ___ the rIght. to walv any Informal!, '

Carr. Friends of W. M. Wainwright college iu NaahvllleTerm. had as holiday guests her son, IN riRCriT COI.HT.COI 811..0.. tin In or to reject any or all. bid.
and Mrs. O. Mrs. Albert Keen and daughter I of Brooksville Henry ICY, FLOKSUA9 IN ChAR.C55LY Hitch bid. must be accompnMertbr
will be the here John Guy .
O Duncan glad to learn that he is spent jholtJays : .; ....hl..*. cheuk or ma mortified
ley spent Tuesday In Barbara. have been spending a recuperating from an appendectomy with her father, Arthur Murrhee. Guy of Emory University at At- Cane No. 1TM check or bid bond In the "i, aunt .

tile.Ibert. few days with relatives In Braden- performed in a Tallahassee While here she visited the Marine lanta. Ga.. and Miss Miriam Guy, Benjamin. K Uaunt. Plaintiff of II". percent (I per cent, of the"'. .' '",,"
".. base bid .* a guarantee that th* .
Ug&tfoot ;of Miami ton.Bill hospital last week. Studio near. St. Augustine.Mr. who Is attending the Woman'sCollege Oaunt Defendant .....*.... If awarded the contract, .,, '
est ot the Rev/and M .. Duncan. of Fort Bragg N. Miss Maxine Noegel. Stanley and Mrs. S. E. Sparks had in Tallahassee. Emory Jr.J:" "r.-a'f'OF t'Lf8LJCATION{ ; AND) will within ten (10) coisSeCutiv.osdefldar .,
C.. was a recent guest of hilt unable to come home 1'101'11'1TO\) A('PJIIA H day after written 110\1.l ;
ghtfoOt. Noegel and Mr: and Mrs. Bill as their guests during the holiday Guy was 8TATK OF FLORll. to: Haiti being gives of such award .,\t..,,!, > "
d )Ir.. C. H. NMvorthyBilday mother, Mrs. A. E. Wall and Mr. Noegel spent Christmas in Cedar season Mr. and M... 'LeRoy Wilson although he had been promised B. (Haunt 8417 Cuthbert Koa. Kw Into ..> _rln.. .contract with th* ," ., t..
'
of relatives with their leave of absence, as he Is em- Gardens, Long Inland New Turk. City of Htark. Florida In accordance -"' ''t" ,
Key
'guests .: Wall.Mrs. parents Mr. and of Green Cove Springs, and ,
You All(
wltb bldl
are required to appear on the aonepted Hnd I
.. M.
.T. : McCord the defense work in
Ga. spent Mrs. W. H. ployed In Navy February 2nd 1942 ..tl'factorr j.o
Ick, Noegel. Mr. Sparks' brother-in-law. Judge In 111 abovenamed give a performance bond '

Mary Knocke, of Jack. week-end Bainbridge, Ga., with :Mrs. P. M. Barefoot and daughter Horace S. Wilson of Bronson. Philadelphia.IN .'h".....'#.Court___.._and,___cause___ _whereinv .. t. th. City. of. Htarke, actual' ,'''I'
nd with her uncle and aunt Mr. and Mrs. v KiTvnn uivorrv. itraaiora to on. hundred percent (100 per ;.
spent the week- Sara accompanied by Mrs. Jimmie and Gall Rowe, son rnirriT roi-HT. BRAIIPORI County Telexraph shell pnbltnti this cent) ..I.tb. ooatract price. ," ,
ard' l3urfl Jim. Harrell. Simeon Phillips and daughter, and daughter of Mr. and Mrs. COUNTY., KLOIUUA. IN C.HANCKHV. Order In next four weekly ._u.... No Bidder may withdraw isis bid ,
Cady.was the boll- The Rev. and Mrs. G. C. Powell Suellen of Wltnenn my hand and officialseal within sixty tee day after the ::0.
Lawtey of Jacksonville. .
everly are Vernon are
spending Rowe at '
Miss'Bee have as their guest. Mrs. Powell's II. L. mattery, Plaintiff, k'tl4tlorlda.: this Dccember date set for the open In. th,r..>",.' < '". ; \
at of her sister today In jacksonville spending the time with their vs.Z.nnl SOth,
mother. Mrs. D. L. Griffin of > Unt.OIIDBK (OFFICIAL SEAL A. J. Thoma CITY OF ftTARKn. F..OJtt pA,
Mrs. Hlntt T rrn<
S. P. Vandivlere ry.
Jacksonville. and J. D. Rowe while ,
Lenox Ga. son. grandfather, OP k'IJI4LICATION AND As Clerk of Mid CourtZ'Z4113 Bra Carl John. City Clerk.: ,
tty Stone of Archersguest Stuart returned! to Tallahassee their mother is visiting her sla- NOTirK TO APPBAK I 1-1-11-1-:1:1: : -. .t'
of Miss Virginialast Mrs. S. E. Brownlee spent sev. Saturday afternoon after spend ter-ln-law. Mrs. E. L. Biggs in STATE OF FLORIDA to: Zenol I nrt
week-end. eral days last week in Gainesville ing a week here with her mother, Brunswick Ga. Slattvry, whoso residence. l. un- lof: rllrl'IT C'O I'Sir lisle.IJFORIJ t

-nd Mrs. R. W. LynchMr. with her toa-in-law and daughter, Mrs. G. W. Alderman. Dr. and Mrs. fi.''B. McLendonand known.You are. required to appear. on I.('DusTy EN: Y. FLOIIIU.'I 1 N CHAN.NO. .t.

Lynch's parents at Judge and Mrs. A. V. Long. Miss LeEtta Corpening, who Is February. 2nd. 1942, In the above r... lees ell.'I
Lois daughter Jeannette, returned named Court ant cause. whorelnplaintiff Epple Nelson
Mrs. Mae Edwards Mrs. Uowen Plalotlff. .
ring the holidays. a student at the Woman's CollegeIn Sunday their home.'In Orlando Kflckn divorce I and no other v... .
,. A. Davis spent Tuesday Mayes Joe Edwards Jr., and Tallahassee, spent the holidays after spending several days here I relief Bradford County Telegraph John T. Ilowen Defendant.
and Mr. Davis Miss Elaine Edwards were visiting hall publish Ibis Order. In next OltDKIl( !: OF PUIILICATION AND
here
with her uncle I
and aunt Mr.
sonvlJIe
,
"Tn as guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. S. four weekly iRaue NOTM'B TO AIM'MAR.
'sday In Fernandina. Jacksonville Sunday.Mrs. and Mrs. Charley E. Johns. Matthews. Mr. Matthews also Witness. my Imml and official STATIc FLORIDA to: John T.

'I nd Mrs. Lonnie Sullivan W. B. Sewell returned Mrs. Thelma Steele and children left Sunday afternoon, for a. business of seal December at Starke., 1945.OFFiCIAL Florida. this Slut Ilowen.You residence unknown. New(east :
are required to
home
after appear on
Sul- Monday spending several -
brlstmas with Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Moore of trip to Miami. ( 8KAL.) A.I. Thonmn February Znd, 1942! In the above
arents at Branford. days In Leesburg with her Gainesville were holiday guestsof After short vacation A. Clerk of said Court: named. Court and cause.. wherein.
a
and Miss sister. Mrs. J. D. Cottrell.Mr. spending John J. Ilenilemvn, liliilntlff .....fks divorce. Ilratlfard \
V. Knight Mr. and Mrs. J. B. and
H. Sapp here with his parents, Mr. and Atty for Flf. 1-2-41-1-23 County Teleitruph shall publish this and ..4' I
eth Knight were In Jack and Mrs. J. W. Kllllan of Jlr. and Mrs. W. B. Mundy. Mrs. T. K. McClane Sr., Houston Order) In next four weekly fmiuea. '-

shopping last Saturday. Waynewllle, N. C., are spending Mrs. Taylor Belcher, who has McClane returned Saturdayto IN C"nU'I"T roi IIT IIU\I>K<>III) Witness mv hand. and official "
a few days here with Mrs. Kllllan'a CIMIMTY' "'LUIUU1:\ 11IINlKHV. neal at Stark, Florida,. this ISocpmI'cr -
1 Delavan spent been here for several weeks visit-
Dorothy Kalamazoo Mich., where he 27th 1941 j 1
Ins at Ferandlna with her brother, J. J. Truby. Inlt; her mother, Mrs. J. L. Fr.\:/ea< la employed by Uie Hercules Powder rimt> ><.. ITOrt (OFFICIAL 8KAL) A.I. Thoma. Monyof'em!

Mr and Mrs...Paul DelaHalle Mrs. T. A. Steele and family left Wednesday'for her home at Co. James I.., Walton 1'lalntlff V. K. Knowlim An ,Clerk JiickHonvllln of ald Court l-'la. # ;
and Mrs. Donnie Moore f vOrnr
0 Garrlson-on-the-HudsonN. Y. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Quigley had .. Walton Defendant.OltLUCU Ally for J'lf 1-3-41-1-93 .
| of Washington D. Gainesville were holiday guestsof Dr. Sam Sternberg of Daytona as gue t. Christmas day Mr. and OK PUBLICATION AXINOTIOH : >
here two: weeks Mr. and lira. J. B. Sapp. Beach. Christmas with his TO AI-l-UAU f'1.1. KOH IIIIIH f
been spent
has Mrs. Ralph Roberts of Jackson- w. with all tfi
STATE OF FLORIDA( to: 1rnreWalton. you Joy
Mr. and :Mrs. N. D. \Vfl'litOIIK: 'I'1C''IO':' '' ...
this parents Mr. and Mrs. Wainwright, home\ folks in Starke. His mother ville. and their daughter, Miss I ". whose residence la "Un uJ"'IIT of the New Year and a ..
will! leave Saturday Sr., had as holiday guests their Mrs. Nat known. 'uu..O'll"lIK"
Jlalle, Sternberg, accompanied Ruth Roberts who is a student I .
son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and You are required to appear on "Mr" 3 :. .. ..o..u., future of tenting prosperity -
bhlngton. him home for a few days' visit. at the Dab Jones College Cleveland February 2nd. 1U42 In the above
,,. with nieces resulting t
lV. ,
Docket
Mrs. D. T. Clark of Miami. Miss Mary Brownlee and Miss Tenn. mimed Court and cause wherein No. VI* tUITtl
Mrs. Randolph Boree of Jack- plaintiff seeks ,divorce. rirndfnrdi j.li-l Lila for fiirnlBhlnpr and frrn your every I.
Joyce Humphrey were; holiday Dr. and Mrs. W. K. Middleton .
>unty TvleKraph iihiill publish thin lnpt.illlnHT water work extension.
his; Be Your. sonville, has been spending sev- guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. L. hud as Christmas guests their son Order In next four wet-kly iMKUeiiWltnoMS niul plant niMltlonx the Clly of ffort.
eral days here with her parents, Brownlee. They left Saturday on and daughter-in-law Mr. and mv hand and official. siarke, Florida. will ha received by
eat at Stitrke Florida. this December the City Council at the City Office
No. 1 Resolution Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Bennett. their return trip to St. Louis.! Mo. Mr'*. Earl L. Mlddleton'and daughter. ill, 1941. In Ntaike. Florida. until one (IOUM :
Mrs. Emma Carlton, of Jack- John Arthur Torode will return :Marjorie Sue and Mrs. Mid- (OFFICIAL J-Ar.) A. J. Thnmil 1-s. .) H.: H. ,... on Friday the -_..-..__....... .

for 1942 sonville, was a recent guest of Sunday to the University of dleton's Bister. :Mrs.. Mae Jones, Humphrey Motley An Clerk, of Bald Court Jllth time. day and of place Junuarv nil 1942 bids, at recolvedwill which ':

)* her brother and sister-in-law. Georgia. at Athens, Ga., after all of Jacksonville.Mrs. Atty for ljlf. 1-2-41-1-23 be publicly opened, and read
Judge and Mrs. A. Z. Adkins. the here with aIN aloud.
spending holidays B. A. Pope Jr., who has instructions to Bidder. Form of
Defeat the Mr. and Sirs. R. C. Buford had his mother Mrs. W. E. Torode. two weeks here with her : CIIK'I IT ttlItI' KltADfnllDPI.OIIIII4
Help spent '
'' IIVMCnne !
('O" 'I'\. IN! ( -
as their guests last Friday and Friends of B. Jacobs will be parents Judge and Mrs. A. Z. l''' 1&\'. TRAIN HCIIKDULKHoiitlilM
Aggressors by putting Saturday Airs. Buford's uncle, glad to know that he has returnedto Adkln.i, will return to her homein No. hisS

your avingirtgularty George Balsclen, of Jacksonville. :his home here after being Fountain, N. C., next Sunday. Gilbert VS.Jlrarllr..rpt.II. luinkmyor, Plaintiff >uml

-in U. S. Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Davis spent under the care of physicians in Mrs. Pope has many friends here Dankmyer. T>..fendant.OUUKK Local. due.. Starke.. 11:15 P. M.

Defense Bonds and Christmas day in Ferandlna Jacksonville for the past few who enjoyed seeing: her again. PITHLICAT10.V! ") TO Al'I'BAIf ANVNOTlf" a 0:24: A. M.

visiting in the home of Mr. Davis' weeks. Mrs. Ernest Robtllard, of Ja BTATH OB' FJXJKIOA to: Margaret Miami 10:43: P. M.

Slampf. sister, Mrs. John R. Hardee, Sr. Friends of Mrs. G. H. Bennett cob's store spent Christmas day Dankmyer, whose residence Northbound

F .....- Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Call of will regret to learn that she is with her husband who is a ser I I.. You"Unknown.are retiulre'il" to appear on Local due Starke 6:21: P. M.

Get Your Start. Charlotte, N. C., spent Friday seriously ill In St. Vincent's Hospital geant at Camp Blanding. Mrs. February. 2nd. 1942 In the above Sax & beyond due 6:21: P. M.

and Saturday here visiting old Jacksonville. Mr. and Mrs. Robillard has been In Starke only nameil. Court.eek"and divorce cause, Ilradfnrd wherein Petersburg Va., &

I Defense BONDS-STAMPS friends of Mrs. McCaill, who will Stanley Bennett visited her there three weeks and has been an em County plaintiff Teleo/raph* shall publish thin. beyond due ____ 3:28: P. U. STOKES I

be remembered as miss Vlvirette Tuesday. ploye at Jacobs' since arrivinghere. Order In next four hand weekly and. officialeal issues.Witness Starke and Bell branch: 101 FOOD 1

Floyd. Dr. and Mrs. C. C. Mendoza at Htarke my, Florida this 1)cenib.r ..- leaves 7 A. M. No. 101 arrive)

.. A.nl 'ft/in.,. Cllf.. and Minn Gloria__ Jack Sale of the SI, 1941. 1:6O: P. M. dally except Sunday. ,
---- --- ---- --- ----- un manager
Johna, 'all of Jacksonville, were Southern ten-cent ,,.store, resignedhis (oTfFICIALi SHJAt) A.I. Thomas ,
of said Court --- --- ----- "
.', I A* Clerk IUSl4ls545IShNe.kiaka5U5SSEu'. ... T =r--"_ UII.IIIiiii":7torida ., '"
Christmas day guests of .Mrs. position last weak(in-.order..to Nathan Schevlts. JackionVllle, 'JI'ta.. / ""

I, Mendoza's parents, Mr. and Mrs. take a defense job in Tennessee.But Atty for 1>lt. l3t1.23 ,

T. J. Griffin. before he had gone to Tennessee :

'- : HEAL.TH-HAPPI N ESSSUCCESSJ Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Halle and he was ordered, to report to NOTICE OF TAX APPPI.ICATION I KKI FOR 5/"ealre' .

; .- son, Jack Halle returned Mon Georgia, where he originally registered (eat. Bill No. .83)

\ w day afternoon from West Palm for Induction Into the THAT NOTICE F.} M.IS Packham IIBHBBY hold.r OIVBM or ti

Beach. wheer they spent five Army. Tax Certificate Numbered respec

days with Mr. and Mrs. Woodfln J. L,. (Sam) Anderson has returned lively 159, 194 and Fraction of Healthfully Air-Conditioned '
198 issued the 7th day of AutfuntA. ,- _
G. Halle, Jr. to Cristobal In the Pan- I>. 1939 haa filed Ham In my
PLEDGEfOR4. Mrs. Carl Johns, who was takento ama Canal, Zone after. spendingthe office and has mad. applicationfor PROGRAM WEEK OF .JANUARY 4TII
.
the Alachua County Hospitalat holidays here with his fam tax deed to be Issued ther.on. -

Gainesville Saturday morning ily. Mrs. Anderson and children said. certificate. respectively. *m- Preview Showing 11:30 1*. M.. Saturday, Jan. 3rd

for a minor operation, Is back at Lyle and Janet will probably brace. the In. the following.described County of Uradford properties -, Regular Showing: 3un.-Mon.-Tues.-Wed., Jan. 4-5-6-1
homo and doing: nicely. Mr. Johns Join Mr. Anderson in a few to-wit
:
State of Florida,
of NWVi of HW'A( Sec. 11 Warner Uros. Greatest Picture! Guaranteed To Give
stated Tuesday.Mr. months and make their home In N"V 4
HE nEIlI WEBB : C. White Twp. 7 8. R. 23 K. containing 20 Worth!!
and Mrs. George the Canal Zone. acre, more or less la embraced You Double Your Money's
and daughter, Frances, returnedto On their way from Miami to under certificate. No. ISABKW t
... 7 8.R. "SERGEANT YORKI"With !
their home In Tallahassee Sunday New_.Yqrk Mr. and .Mrs.. Morris 22 B.of containing HW4 8.. .40 17 Merle Twp., more

after spending three days Hugel! and Mr. and Mrs.; A. Huge 1 or .leH. In embraced. under laid Gary Cooper, Joan Leslie and Walter, Brennan
Mrs. J. W.. White and Mrs. and Celia certificate. No. 194.
with daughters, Lillian.and ,
NKVi of tiB A Hec.: 20 Twp. 7 B. Sergeant York Prices: Matinee Adult*, 40c; '",
s i the New Year approaches we pledge ourselvesan O. W. Alderman.! stopped over,In StwV,t IJ attend; R. 22 B, 40 acres more or !less,. I" I 25e
Col; and Mrs. D.E.Xalgbt.'badas the wedding of a itcnAi>Jl brother, embraced under said fraction of Children.

even greater and more efficient service recent guests: Mr. 'Knight's Irving'' Hugel. WhilES bra ;th. certificate The assessment No. .191.of Bald property. Evening, Adults, 65c .Ckfldren, 25c:

nephew and his wife Mr. and HujRels visited in the home of Mr under. said certificate No. in* was p---' '
|an before. maintaining this policy west Lake of Unknown; The a*> .M
ever In :Mrs. !M. G. Langford of and Mrs. Louis Shafkln. In the name ,
ennment of said property under Thursday,.Jan. 8th- One Day. Only-Doable Feature'
Butler. Mr.. Langford is. the new. Mrs.. A:'M.;Darby bad as guea'u aid ..rtlfl at. No.. 114 and Fraction
"
: that we may continue to merit your friendship pulluuqD"--_._._._. .fcv...*,*-v.Mr. Christmas'day. Mr. and Mrs. Ceo. iy..i'of .1>I Pollard.were. In- the name. of No. 1-"Riders of the Purple, Sage"

d patronage. : and.Mrs."W. B.:Mundy and W. Marks and daughter Mar Ines Unless. said Certificate. hall b* With George MontgomeryNo.
i. ,\? daughter. Clair'.Tean. and :Miss ions of DeLand; Mr. and Mrs. redeemed according to law the

Lois Elmore and. Miss Hazel Phillips DeWitt C. Jones and Miss Elise propertle be old. to described the hl ihet.therein bidder will at 2-"Blondle Brings Up Baby"With

I ; left ChrWlmaa afternoon to Jones, of Gainesville;' Mrs. C. W. the Court house door on the first Arthur *.
ECONOMY SERVICE CO.- spend a'few days with relative Cbalker," of Camp Standing and Monday In the month of February Penney .Singleton and- Lake I.
1942. which I I. the Znd day of February
In Latirens, S. C. John and 'BUI Chalker, of The. A. 1>. 1942.
PLUMBING ELECTRICAL N. T. and Tom Hitch, who have Citadel.' Charleston S. C. Dated thin list day of December Friday and Saturday. Jan. 9-10 1 J I}

.. spent the holidays here with their Lt. T. K. McClane, Jr., returned (OFFICIAL A. H. 1S41.SEAL) A. J. Thomas Double Feature Program S.

t L. M. .BARTON & SON mother, Mrs. Carrie Ritch, will Tuesday to( Fort Bill, Clerk Circuit Court, Bradford Coun- 1 No. l+"Steel Again The Sky" 4 I:
leave, Sunday'l,1Iornlng, ; for .Atlanta Okla., where he Is an instructorIn ty. State of Florida. 1-2-41-1-13

Ga., where they will resume the tactics_ school. Mrs. Mc With Lloyd Nolan and Alexis Smith I!

their studies at Emory University. Claneand sons, T. K., Ill and It: CIRCl'IT. FLOIIIUAl COURT. BRADPOnnCOUNTY. 'IN CIIANCKHY. I No. 2-"The Bo3y Disappears"

Don will spend the remainder of ; !: .

Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Buford. the winter' In Gainesville! with Alberta. Mousy C... Wo.Baker leSS Plaintiff. '. With -Jeffry. Lynn and .Jane Wyman : :'

Miss Gloria Buford. and Mrs. Letle Mr and :Mrs. T. K. McClane, ". Added-"Cafvaeade of San Fraad co"
I:
NATSEZ; Stilley visited relatives Jn Jack- Sr., who moved. there from'$. tark William OKUKR A'OF Baker PUBLICATION, Defendant.AND
sonville Christmas day. MIsS the first of the'week.: NOTICB TO APPEAR
Ftosa Baisden accompanied themto Mr. and 'Mrs.'T; : A.t Scott! bad STATE OF FLORIDA: to: WilliamA. This Week At The Ritz I

Starke where she is spending as holiday guests their son and Baker residence. unknown. .
Tou are required to appear on
& a. week. daughter-in-law Mr.: and Mrs. February 2nd. 1942 In the above Sunday and Monday :'
4 HAPPY Mr.' and Mrs. W. E. Thorntonhad Wilbur A. Scott of Winter Gar named Court and cause., wherein.
plaintiff .eek* dlvorra. BradfordCounty "LYDIA"With
. as Christmas guests Mrs. den. .Also their son-in-law and Telegraph shall publish this
Thornton's brother and sliter-ln- daughter Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Order In next four weekly. Iseue Merle Oberon and Alan Marshall
hand and official .
Witness
NEW law Mr. and Mrs. Ed Thomas Carnell and two ions Gen and seal at Htark my Florida, this December -Ao- .
of Mr. Thorn- Cerbln of Ormond. Mrs. I.,
md family, Tampa; Carnell 27th, 1941.
on's brother. John Thornton of and sons remained: few days, (OFFICIAL.A HEAL* Clerk) A.of J.said Thoma Court Bob Hope Comedy and Latent War News '

YEAR! Jacksonville and his daughter, although -Mr. Carnell had to return Chas. R. lies*.

I Mrs. Wilbur McCall.. "of. Gaines.. home. Atty. for PPIf.- l-J-4t-l-23 Tuesday and Wednesday-Double Feature II .
ville. Mrs. W H. Struth and :Miss

Kate Strutb had as holiday guests IN COUNTY CIRCflT, FLOKIUAl COt'HT BRADFORD IN .CHAN; No. 1 "New Wine"With .'

| THERE'S BUS BCHKDCLK Mr. and Mrs...W. L. Edwards and CElL V. -
BEND A lOT. N.rt...... Fredrika C._ J'o. IT0.1 Ilona Maaaey and RinnJe Banea
daughter, ; Mr. and Mrs.
____ l.Of At Alberta Ingles, plaintiff
Leave Rtarke ? : ILl' Mr. Wflliams"Thursday.
Frank C...Bauknigh tl and daugh. No. 2-"The Amazing
OR Lea" Stark -._ '-4S A. I v*
0 STRAIN, BINDING Leav. Htarke __.__ 1:10 P.' I tar Jane .Merrlll; Mr. and Mr*. Jerome B. In.,.... Defendant.
Leave. Stark- ____ 1:46 P. I ILeav. ORDER OF PUBLICATION AND
Elmo Strutb., and Mr.' and Mrs.
1S 1 P. 1 NOTICB TO APPEAR
Hark v- :
1 PPED ,SEAMS WITH ASUP L.avs Ktark -__ 1:11 P.Iosve I Merrill Struth. all of Jacksonville STATE OF FLORIDA to: JeromeB. .
IStarhe _-____ 6-5O P. I Iav and Mr. andMrs. W W. .>ln.Us. residence unl ; ;
.. !st.rk. 10:19 'P. W: You are required to appear on rgeantYork"wl
Page and"sons, BI Ills and Martin February lad, 1942, In the above
? ...t.......4Lave of Lake City. For.New' Year's named. Court and cays*.> wherein h Gary Cooper
'Stark .. : zo5<< A.; M. plaintiff >_.k. divorce. Bradford
I..sv Mark .._--_. 10:20 A; M.Leav. Day ihey r h.a rw. Stark. ..- 1:10.: P. M. ;guests In their hotne.ijo Order In n.xttour weekly Issue
Th. patented cut allow Leave Btark i-JO P. M. Corp. .Robert, B., Wear' Jr., of Wltnes .my band Florida and this official December -
Starke.
Leave Slark _, __ 5:50<< P. K. seal at Friday and Saturday-Double Feature
K to 00w.w4.n.you mov*. Leave Stark. ....--,_ IJO P. M. Fort Knox Louisville Ky., arrived 30th 1941.
here for OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas Bill Hickok"
YET E..t..... yesterday a short A. Clerk of Mid Court No. 1-"Young

Leave ""Stark ?_._.-_ T:1S: A. M. visit with his parents, Mr. and Chas.. R. HM, With Roy Rogers
Priced q .. Leave Btark. 6.:'0 P. M.L Mrs.- Robert B. Wear. MUs Kalh- Atty. for Plf. l24tl2JI5

erlne..inn.Wear, who Is a senior .
& the Murder Ring"
Wutb.vad riR4TIT: .("0 IJ RT. BRADFORD No. 2-"Ellery Queen I I'a
at Oberlin College, Oberlia, Ohio I .
av."at.rlt. __-. SilO A. M. COUKTY FIXBJUA 1!* CHAN.CM
(eTallah a... SpeetanIAa" and John Wear who. Is majoringIn CI8BY.: I With Ralph BeDanr:

BERG'S Lea"; Htark Htark. -__ II 15:tOO<< P.A. M.K. forestry la the" University ofMJcbl..an William F. Cox.* Men plal.DUff.ElIaab.Uo. IT02. 1. Chapter No. 6tana of the Spider": tjpflJAJtT

Leave Htark _.-_, I:00 P. 51.Leave : at.Ann Arbor; hae.also 'a. ;
Btark 1-SO: P. M.Tallaba been guests of their parents. Cor fendnt. AND. _:.. ----- --

( **** fipcUJ) ORDER OF PUBLICATION S



I BRADFORD COCNTTT TELEGRAPH STARKE, FLORIDA FRIDAY JANUARY 2, I
PAGE SIR

.tl, GUM BRANCH State Farm and Mr, and

II l WITH OUR FARMERSWith ] New River News By Mrs. Did Fairish Wilton R. C.Conner Keene of of Rising Jackson, t

Mr and Mrs. J. S. Sapp! had as spent the holidays with hu.

a war people spend more Jennie Lee Lazenby FINK FLORIDST"R in their guests Christmas day Mr. er Mrs. H. H. Keene. m"
the during
this first farm-article and Mrs. J. S. Sapp and son, of
side- money for necessities: and less for Floyd Wiggins! : hat been fat- Mr. and Mrs. Henry O'Neal
reader gets an Interesting luxuries and strawberries are a JOIINSt.'ROFT tening a number of steers each Sampson City Mr. and Mrs. P. children and Johnny t '
light into the Nation's war-tim Miss Nina Lee Croft a member I HEALTHh.w. D. Reddish of Hetlbronn, Milts and pi
luxury. "The price will be low likeIt year for the peat few seasons. Stewart of Heilbronn, spent t
activities In Panama. was during the last war," he of the senior class of Union Coun He pens them ralher closely under Agnes Sapp of Jacksonville Mr. day with Mr. and Mrs
R., Kndlcott recently purchased High School and Seeber Johns, and Mrs. Carlton Chaataln of Art
J commented.He ty a good shelter and feeds them MtOOVtEN Stewart.Mr. .
t a 10-acre farm a quarter to plant beans corn were quietly married at the homeof all they can eat for:Several wsehs.! :: :: Hampton Mrs. Demle Warren of and Mrs.. J. C.
expects {
from Sapp
of a mile east of Starke tomatoes, pt'ppers-and the Rev. and Mrs. W. M. Min- These steers are taken In from ... Starke Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Nor- son of Sampson City a
Lewi peanuts, were '
his fnther-ln-law, Malcolm hew on the evening: of December woods In fair condition. man and Mr. and Mrs. F. S. Sapp. ru
little bit of everything next pastures of :Mfr and Mrs. J. S.
Endlcott came to Starke a a 8. The bride wore a sport suit Normanand Sapp
Mr. Mr. and Mrs. T. N.
have to learn to eat the pre-
"Except cotton and tobacco They Daily Exercise Keeps
last November and did spring. of black with matching ac- ofly.Mr.
ago crepe children Dorothy and Gerald
; year Blan- ," he said. "I'm not going, pared ration but when they do- You FitA and Mrs. Marvin Rubh
t construction work at Camp cessories.Mrs. Christmas with Mr. and
I raised can almost see them puttingon spent day
to of them. you and children. George
plant any
and
ding for a period of about eight Johns Is the daughter of successful business woman In Mrs. H. M. McRae of Pine Level. pap
I weight! This Mr. Wig- I
I he some cotton four years ago. year of Plant City spent Sunday
said
3, 1940 forties to me.
her once
months. On January early III
Mrs. Willie Croft of and Mrs. J. D. and
Mr. and Mr. Dobbs
'J i off two acres.I gins has a with a large num-
Miss Iva Mae Lewis. sold $81.31 worth pen 'I'll' be glad It the time comes with Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Nol'IIII
married Lake Butler. Mr. Johns is now of Palatka and
Mr.
children ,
that Isn'tworth ber day. exercisesand
came out on It, but gaining pounds every when I can stop taking
Mr. Endicott has signed up witha employed in Camp Blanding. The> I Mrs. Carl Dobbs of Lake City
fooling with" be stated. These 'steers are In excellent con- Just sit back and let my figure
Government agency and expectsto "The next year some farmers couple will reside In Lake Butler dition when sold and It is hardto go." Her attitude is a common one. and Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Dobbs AUTO '
for Panama about January until after Mrs. Johns' grad- realize that they need PARTSUSED
leave tried it again" he continued "and understand (when Florida can Many people of Ralford. were visiting at the
where he will operate a'bulldozer"a uation in exercise if they are going/ to keepin
12 April.FEMININE
and home of J. A. Harnage on Christmas -
grading machine the boll weevil ate it up produce beef like this) why customers trim but they look upon It as TIRES REDVnr
they didn't make expenses. I will call for "Western pleasure. Ifind day.
: FARMERMrs. a chore rather than a GENERATORS AUTO
left Camp
workmen ]
About 100 for New Orleans about never have raised any tobacco. It E. A. Sapp has the repU- steak please" when they go to it hard to understand that viewpoint Mr. and :Mrs.: Arthur Stewart I GLASS CASH FOR
Blanding stated takes too much to get preparedfor tation of being a good farmer the market. If these people could Exercise in addition to mak- and children spent Christmasday CARS AND TRUCKS n
,
December 20, Mr. Endicott -
ing one look and feel better provides with Mr. and Mrs. Henry
It. only see steers like those of Mr.Wigglna' ANY
this CONDITION.
and year's production really
on their way to Panama and another an interesting diversion so O'Neal of Hellbronn. ,
will leave at "I did some truck farming on entitles her to this title. While they would soon start not it?
large group why enjoy
; Mrs. B. M. McRae and children
!
the name time he does. 7 2-10 acres last year-which in- Mr. Sapp Is a salesman for the calling for "some of that good Men and women of every age and Used Autos $25 up
cluded my strawberries. I sold Andrews Motor Co., Mrs. Sapp Bradford County fattened steak!" occupation require a certain amount of Pine Level spent Friday at the
Mr. Endlcott Is under a six home of J. A. and tam-
Harnage :
I Farm- of exercise whether It be a IIASKINSAUTO
most of my produce to the supervises their large farm. This I daily :
month's contract. From the time PEANUT SHELLING TIME
I
ers' Market here. I also raised harvested systematic routine or some form of ily.Mr.
he signs up he will receive $8.00 12 acres of sweet corn In addition year she approximately The farmers in our section are active recreation. It Is about as and Mrs. F. S. Sapp had PARTS
per day salary and 15 per day to other farming. I made 300 bushels of sweet potatoes. buying peanut seeds by Increased sensible to look forward to a time as guests Sunday Mr. and Mrs.F. North of Town on Road 1
for expenses until he gets to Pan- my thanI There are two kinds-the old-' bushels this year. The young of release from this daily health S. Shaw and children of the
that
and begins work he said. much more money on fashioned Porto Rico yams and duty as it Is to anticipate the day
ama folks enjoy this season of theyear
did on my berries. It is less bunch of the Porto Rico when one can discontinue bathingor
.48 a potato
At that time he will receive $1
for according to a long custom -
work' and trouble and more sleeping or eating.
hour for 70 hours a week. He family vhlcn" has a yellow !skin
per they gather around at various If at it with "OhdearIwlshIdldn'thavetodoit" -
an
money. I made $400 on corn; but you eo
is guaranteed 32 hours per week. 1 lost $IGO on Fordhook beans. and a vtry delicious flavor. The neighbors and help shell peanuts attitude Prompt Service Careful Driven
and will get time and a half for 1 sold 179 of Fordhooksfor Sappe have- sold more than 7,200 for a big reward. After it will not be much fun but
all over 40 hours per week. He hampers pounds of these and still have the shelling prizes are awardedto when you look upon exercise as
which I received $26.13. It
will from Jacksonville to New more for sale. They are sellingthe something that will help you work
go the one who shells the most
coat over $40 for picking; the wholeheartedly Starke Taxi
more capably play more ServiceLocally
Orleans by bus and from there to small ones for seed and have and a booby prize for the one
hampers cost 13c each; and the look more attractive and
Panama by boat or plane. If he several more orders to be filled
who shells the least. Then the to
grading lOc he stated. feel :years :younger :you are sure
stays out his full six months he later. Mrs. Sapp also made about prize for all comes last-a big get a kick out of It
will receive a free trip home Mr. Gasklna has 9 head of 150:: gallons of syrup 300 bushels dance! Owned and Opeated

and to make certain that he docs, logs, 4 cattle one horse and 42 of corn and plenty of peanuts to lawn and :Mr. and Mrs. Money
the $125 fare down there la deducted hickena. He has two girls in fatten many hogs. Which all Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Crosby and Thompson and family of Dukes Phone 150

from the first l three school at "Luwtey and one baby proves that hard work still pays children, Sherman and Beverly all spent Sunday here with Mr.

months' pay checks which will girl. big dividends! Jo enjoyed an annual reunion and Mrs. M. L. Thompson.Mr. Day Night
bo paid back to him If he stays with Mr. Crosby's mother of the and Mra. Fletcher Butler

out his full six months, togetherwith O. E. Crosby cultivates 40 acres Mrs. Earl Kirby accompaniedher Rising Section. and family of Panama. City were <0>- '" ....-,-.- "' -,- -,_._ H ___.::0-
a free ticket home. of a 100-acre farm at New River father-in-law who had been Wayne Hazen of Jacksonville visiting at the home of Mr. and
He recently lost 17 hogs with visiting with her the past few was visiting his grandparents Mrs. R. N. Crawford ChristmasEve

J. D. Gaskins who cultivates what be thought was "thornheadworms. weeks, to South Carolina where Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Andrews this night. '

32 acres of a fiO-acre farm five ." He has only one hog left Mr. Kirby lives. week. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Rosier of INSURANCE AN D_ BONDS

miles east of Lawtey stated Sat- and tour head of cattle two Mr. and Mrs. Reddish Andrewshad Starke were visiting relatives in
urday that he had nothing planted horses and SO chickens. Judgedby as their holiday guest Mrs. BOOTSEY'S BEACHBy this section Sunday.

at the present time except the amount of corn and peanuts And lews' mother Mrs. Della Miss Efflo Crawford Mrs. William Morgan and family -
two acres of strawberries, and he is planning to raise next Thomas her brother Gus Thomas of Evergreen were visitingat HAROLD C. WALL AGENCYConstant
that It was "mighty wet" even year "for his own, use" It would and a friend. Miss Louise Brown Mr. and Mrs. Donald Green of the home of Mr. and Mrs. R.
for them. He has not yet picked appear that he has not given up all of Jacksonville' Jacksonville spent the week-end N. Crawford Christmas Eve

any berries but says he has a the hog-raising Idea. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Crundwell. here with relatives. night.G. Service Over 50 Years

good crop. Mr. Crosby" plans a good garden of Starke were week-end guestsof Miss Ruth Murrhee of Jacksonville B. Johns was a visitor to
He cannot prophesy the future but will do very little trucking.This Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph An- is spending the holidays Jacksonville last week.
so has little idea a s to what year he sold his peanut crop drews. here with her parents Mr. and Luther ChIsm was a visitor ,to Please Phone 146 Starke

prices he will receive for his berry which more than paid expenses."I :Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Lavenderand Mrs. L. M. Murrhee. St. George Ga., Friday night.
crop. However sign point to a'' don't ever study about the family: have returned from Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Sullivan

fair price this I year. He said war" he said Saturday. "I figure -, a pleasant holiday trip to Norfolk and family of Jacksonville, spent BETHEL

berries usually seem to bring a : we are going to lick those Va., where they visited with the Christmas holidays here with Mrs. D. Woodard
By
good price one year and practically coundrels any way and there's their son-in-law and daughter Mrs. Sullivan's mother, Mrs. Jean

nothing the next. Last year no use to talk about it. I'm not Mr. and Mrs. Ted Cook and chil Gaskins. Ezra Swearlngen of Georgia
he barely made expenses; year much of a fellow to talk; I stay dren. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Green and was dinner guest of Mr. and HAVE. YOUR SHOES MADE LIKE

before last he made good money pretty quiet." Services were held at the family spent Christmas in Lake Mrs. D. D. Woodard recently.Mrs. NEW
so this year seems to be the time He has one girl Doris In the Pleasant Valley Church of God City with relatives.Mr. Evle Johnson and daughter -
for another good price. Also so 10th grade at B. H. S.j; a boy Sunday night. The pulpit was and Mrs. Lee Johns and of Gainesville were visitingher Shoe Repairing:, Dyeing and Shining

many farmers 'were disappointedIn herman, In his first year at filled by the Rev. Kllllngsworth. family of Live Oak. Mr. and Mrs. father Dave Woodard durIng Done At A Moderate Cost
the berry returns last year New River; one married daughterand Due to weather conditions there Louis Parker and family of Tampa the holidays.Mrs. .

that they are not planting any a baby girl. were no services Saturday nightor ,. Mrs. Raleigh Strickland of Mae Prevatt and family Ladle Shoes All Work
this year; 10 it looks like a smaller Sunday morning.Mrs. Mulberry and Jack Johns of of Jacksonville were visiting Mr. A Specialty Guaranteed
crop la due with Increased RULED INDEX CARDS-3xff: L. B. Alvarez Is home recuperating Tampa, all spent Christmas here and Mrs. E. E. Lee. of this section
prices. However one drawback lathe '1 per BRADFORD COUNTY from an operation performed with Mr. and Mrs. O. B. Johns. over Christmas. THE ELECTRIC SHOE SHOP tftIij

fact that the war la on, and TELEGILt\PII. two weeks ago in the Mr. E. C. Johns of Jacksonville William Ward of Jacksonville, Under New Management !

Alachua County Hospital, Gaines I was visiting Mr. and Mrs. ..was a recent guest of Mr. and ACROSS FROM PARK TllEATREF
vllle. Mrs. Alvarez Is the daughter G. B. Johns here-Friday night. Mrs. Dave Woodard.
W. T. CLUTE-REALTOR
----------
of Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Priest.
Friends and relatives of R. N.
t F. II. LOANS Albert Moody tells us that he
Crawford will be
glad to learn
We want the listing on your propertyWe Is called to report for Army reexamination that he is steadily Improving at
this week In Lake
have some wonderful properties for sale Butler. the St. Vincent's Hospital In '
Jacksonville. F FN6
See us about your Real Estate Needs Mr. and Mrs Floyd Wigginsand
Misses Vivien Delorla and Fred-
Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Andrews -
119 E. CALL STREET
PHONE 66 visited Mr. Andrews' and die Tyre all of ,this section are

Mrs. Wiggins' mother Mrs. Susie spending the holidays In Lake
Andrews of Morrlston. City with relatives.

T. C. Hazen of Brooker. was A. J. Crawford of Keystone

visiting Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Heights spent the Christmas holidays : 13 vr
Andrews over the holidays. here with his mother Mrs.R. .
'
Mr. and Mrs. Grady Mizell have W. Crawford, WHO WASJACKSONVILLE'S
sold their farm the one known Mr... and Mrs. AncU Thompsonand FIRST

as the Glover Place to Mr. and family Mr..and Mrs. J. B. SETTLER
HAPPY Mrs. Pete Sykes. Mr. and Mrs. Thompson and.baby, all of Wood- MUTE 7I

Sykes have been living on the r---
Surrency farm for the past few
year The Missiles have movedto
Georgia where they have Federal
bought a farm and plan to live I

permanently.Mr. .
NEW and Mrs. Jack Sheppard Land Bank
of Tampa were visiting with Mrs.

Sheppard'a aunt Mrs. M. L.
Johns recently.

Mr. and Mrs. Melton Kerce had Farms .M
as their guests Christmas Eve Mr.

and Mrs. Lacy Cason, of Madison II
and formerly of Ralford.
Mr. and Mrs. Carlyle Rltch and
YEAR
son. Jimmy 'of St. Augustine

were holiday guests of Mr. and Known as Edwards Farm.
Mrs. Rudolph Andrew
Mrs.. T. H. Sheppard accom- 5 miles NW of Starke. 100

panied her father M. G. Dennis acres, 30 acres cleared, When Spain repossessed Florida in 1783.'

of Ft. White who had been balance in.''woods. One the policy of settling: the land underwent a
visiting recently with her and
her sister Mrs. E. C. Priest home house and other out- sudden change. Grants were freely given-the

where she spent the holidays with buildings. only qualification necessary; was a statement
We cant see of n him and other relatives.
everyone,
d from the applicant listing his family, slaveskad
Wllford Johns states that he is
course but we can take this ne'r ry spending the holidays "turning property,. desired. First to receive a grantat

means of wishing, each of under' land in preparation for Jacksonville Robert Pritchard "
early spring planting.Mr. Sold
you a New Year of Health. and Mrs. Bryan Lynn of January; 3, 1791 cot a concession iJ

Alachua, and Mrs. Susie Andrews, of 45O acres at St. Nicholas. IIU (
Happiness and Prosperity. / of Morrlston were Sunday eve- On Long Terms
ning guests of Mr. and Mrs. aTATaa1VINOa
We
are proud of our amicable Floyd Wiggins. NOar

,. associations and believe them Mrs. M. L. Johns and children and ; .: this florida fact Spells Pleasure he a
were visiting Mrs. Johns' brother !.A.rr g{
tremendously and alater-ln-law. Mr. and Mrs. ij'.t CHOICE AMERICAN ""
important ia grM t'
) Leon Renfroe of Water Oak Low Interest :rf materials, the skill of experienced n l Aa
our policy of service. Sunday.Mr. '
and Mrs. Seeber Johns t,..:..,....., American brewmasters are cornt J st y ;1 v

May we pledge anew our willingness to serve in spent Saturday afternoon with j bined to make JAX Beer a great, %J.5.
you any Mrs. Johns' r
capacity that may be your pleasure during the New Year. Mrs. Willie Croft parents of Lake Mr. But-and LOOK THESE FARMS' } j r good beer. Properly aged, it has it .

IeI' OVER AND SEE OR a smooth, mellow flavor. You'll w"', t e .

: Mrs., Mrs.Rhoda Mary Dowling Cason visited and slater In- WRITE il"I", like its tangy,dry taste that never ;;

TORODE CHEVROLET Live Oak Sunday with Mrs. Dowling' ; dulls your appetite for more.Why .!oi,

CO. Vtr. .and son Mrs.and Joe daughter-in-law L. Dowling.Mr. R. W. Bryan :T. ". not try a bottle today .kit ,

\ and Mrs. Dowling". daughter. ,.1 :i'.. 1 ;'

STARKE, FLORIDA Vivian who la attendinf the F. S.W. 402 E. Main St. S. __. JAX BREWING COMPANY': :J' Im .
; ,
C. at Tallahassee, was home .
P. O. Box 32 '
enjoying the Christmas holidays. ; ): Jaskaaarllla. FUriii ji.t.:. ( :,, ..'

Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Sheppardwere Gainesville Fla. .ti-:.': 1;'. .",.',1.t! .
;. ; ...... '.
..
shopping In Gainesville ;!""" ;.. "1 ."- '\...!C\lo. I>'1rI"l" H" :":' J)' '!$ !.... ).. .. ....oH":. ""' ''.'',L..t; I ." ...
Pueiday.. ,: j.'. > -. -': "" "":""t :v IIII' \. : ,'. .,;
.: .... ; + fl" fi .,anlrs! asw.s.vw.r -
_'61_;; __; _. "'". ? 'ftJ; ,; \. ". '. .\



JAMUAKY !. ma BRADFORD COUNTY TKLKGKAPII. STARKK. FTLOKID PAGE SEVEN



U On 5he Side f Demand for Briglit I --


eminine Colors Continues Kathleen Norris Says ::




It's Up to You Whether Your Blue, Cold anti Fuchsia Service Is a Cure for LonelinessBell

Are
Popular. Service.)
( Syndicate-WNU
SUCCESSFUL Will Be Short
Cape Long or By CHERIE NICHOLAS

IIIII In reaction to fashions call for

PARENTHOOD bright colon with furs. there are :

By CHERIE NICHOLAS many amazingly charming and

often startling things taking placein I

_ _ _ _ the way ,of intriguing contrasts '
:T\ and combinations.

J I Pr MBS. CATHZBHR: : CONRAD EDWABDS Color technique for instance

f mounts to its whenan _
i4 highest and best
Associate Editor f anaa. Magazine .. _
artful
designer works out a costume -

.- ,--- TRI r TO LIVE NORMALLY 7* that Includes a golden yellow

dress under a mink coat, green velveteen

gloves matched to a feather-
It ,Is diificult to write about every. adult world. Certainly war talk trimmed calot. In this same category -
chUdren should should not be forced
things-what on any child. _
of color
is costume
glory a
when and how much they On the other hand. the child's questions -
i uld sleep how they should be should be answered honestly that tops a dress in jade green witha

fined with their own childish prob- so that the conflict does not becomea kolinsky coat.
Vs when we are relentlessly en- mysterious fearful background to This matter of bright color with T3i1 I2% ? ($ 't'tI

ted to stop aggressors in their his mental life fur is the theme paramount among "i,' :'
(hless and fantastic plans of One way Is to explain the war )vk designers. The gay little dresses I, I 1\ i 111rr :\
And yet we dare as would *
conquest. you a surgical operation. .
Id that fashion demands shall be worn
in to this feeling that the Don't talk about Germans, Japs. r \\ vi p //.b .i '
\ jj -
gIve I
Las have to write about are italians-talk about the necessity of J ,. : under mink, Persian Iamb, seal another / ., .
Important we any more than parIs ridding the world of aggression as furs this winter are entirelyIn -% i' : ':.' 'J:'". j ,
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dare give in to a sense of dis- an Infected appendix Is removed t'k1: vI a class of their own. Usually 1'
ragement over the risks of brlng- from the human body. For at least they are classically tailored or show ( ,

V up children in the presentrid. the pattern of overthrowing existing self-fabric surface decoration, but :' "

I can think of no more cow- _religions and forms of government I : when it comes to color there is no t,
hly submission to brute force than Is plainer now than in the limit to their daring. .
t American parents to relax for a first World war. We don't have to I "
ment their efforts to bring up invent slogans to rally around. We I One of the spectacular colors thatis

Idren who will have faith in life. are defending our world Childrencan J4 making special appeal is the new, ,

1th in the eventual triumph of accept and understand so simple very bright royal blue. With a ,
see and right thinking. faith in fundamental and Inescapablea LiI black fur coat the elTect is stunning I

ir own capacity to grow intoe. cause for war. What they needis The entire range of fuchsia ..\

| self-governing liberty-loving reassurance that their parentscan ;; L colors the deep plums and the purples j4wr// \\1 '
In and women.nd stand up to it. For It has been
together with violet tones. are
shall leave war prob.s amply proved in Britain and China 0
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(\ so we 4 b sponsored for light crepe and wool .t U-r/j: i'c' A.1h
to those better equipped to that the calmness and courage of J ,
mment on them. And we shall men and women can be transmitted dresses to wear under winter furs. L'JI I ''W \\ V j ,
titinue to try to be helpful abouth to children. One of the most important colorsis :
passing puzzles as the child Then we mustn't make the mistake cerise. Old-fashioned magenta is :
ho tries to dominate his parents our parents did of leading children contesting the supremacy of cerise l

Er nearly all youngsters look into to believe that our world Is goIng t with quite a degree of success. Ii ,
at the to be saved by the fighting ,.
fascinating possibility ': 4 Si'A \
s
This is said to be a season when I t :
rliest opportunity); we shall con- forces alone. No. we must begin -
will be shown earlier than !"
prints
lue to emphasize the need for a now to teach them that it will require ,
Kited front for discipline on the a vast company of sane and colored jewels embroider the cape usual as a result of the definite call fftllttt. discontented moron! ,irl. who was cominnd tn an institution; f1;
Irt of mothers and fathers as well generous individuals euraelves Included and the low decolletage. A draped for bright color with furs. In this far tkm mrnlally aflhcle.. offortit 'It Mp in ,". kitchen ln.r.. Sh. discovered ;,(t

I the need for trying to remember to bring us back from chaos. velvet bow-toque and long black connection there comes news from she sins a born cook. Later .h. opened a tearoom. and now hat rh,.. thriving ''.{3r. I

Iw It felt to be five or seven or So In addition to your active duties gloves make It'correct for all formal headquarters that old-fashioned .,' ",..on'i..
|rteen in dealing with children of In defending your country quaint and winsome challis prints
.of this
Capes type are
ise ages. double your efforts to strengthenyour wear. have come Into their own. They are By KATHLEEN NORRIS I
r-
to be in numbersas ,
seen Increasing i
to children's character-and this FIRST
Delve -
simple as OTHERS
not so
e are I
the smartest of smart to certain girls ,1:1liEU
however that the effect ofr Includes. along with morals and the midwinter season advances. prints are : '
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on family life can be ignored.w reverence and willingness to cooperate It is well worth keeping! In touch wear under your winter furs. THERE I the golden If you. begin by helping ; :f ,

then can parents present thebr and share a sense of eternal EVENING wraps are so refresh with this new cape movement for years between 16 and others you may not have to ... .j.\>' ,
to children so that it will least values. Let us not have another looking this it is rapidly developing into a wide worry about your own Iron- !!
25 are one long purgatory.
tturb childhood? To answers post-war generation which valuesthlDl's.
their thrill with their spread In the set as blei especially if they are the } ; '
season they one vogue. young that ,
question for all children. would possessions above such intangibles Because of influences
impossible-for different children as freedom. Integrity of newness of theme and technique.The well as among/ the more mature. FASHION in their baby kind nf trouhlf that come w1i'
lact differently to tragedies in the mind and the life of the spirit. fact that many of the smartest capes made of bright wool mark began perhaps from lonclinenn and feeling! J:
.
evening wraps are now made of "last word" chic with utmost em hood they are out of every of having been "left out of it: :\

handsome wool weaves is a depar. i phasls. Hip-length capes are as thing. For no perceptiblereason Some girl Kathleen ; tt,
Basque Sweater ture from the beaten path that Is fashionable!: as the full-length types. boys don't like them; young
Norris points out }just never i 'I
LSELOM attended with excitingly new fash. The colors of the wools that make '
dresses don't look right on have the fun they should have, ,c.
Ion interest. them are gorgeous and daring suchas '
: Add to these richly colorful woolsa for instance the new and lovely them; parties at home are and expected to have, in their .

sumptuous embellishment of gUttering cerise the deep plum tones the fire "PATRICIA DOW dismal failure or not at. 'ti'cm. They go on into the ,

i (i !! embroidery or applique. as reds and the Kelly greens. Black tempteu at all; and to the delicious twenties believing that they i.j ,1 I I

E : designers delight in doing this win with gold is also a favorite and the other affairs they will a/MHiys mi*. the things I'
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ter and the after-five fashion younger generation is reveling in aren't asked. they want so much-friends, :

parade becomes a pageantry of resplendent white wool capes that are gaily embroidered I a huiltantl a home and the ,.

:]) beauty.In In peasant colored yarns. All the other girls chatter wonderful! knowledge of being ;: 'i'

this new movement of embroidered Typical of the long wool evening about ski-suits, dances house I loved. Instead oj making :,t" t.'.,
evening either coats worn this season is the dra. parties football games and '
wraps capes themselves even more unhappy \
|utnot at Sltttr Matr't Kitchen'By long or short are the big sensation. matic full-length black wool coat football suppers but not our by thinking/ of nothing but ,( :

1 Made of bright wool or of velvet pictured to the left in the group. She smiles brightly should ..
girl. their tinhappinetl they
On the yoke and all the down
they are given an air of newness way: ,
MARY E. DAGUE .
I Author ol Sliter Marys Kitchen. with richly embroidered yokes that the front opening there is an ap makes what gallant pretenseshe try first to make others happy."She '\: .

New Year's resolutions are Just extend down over the shoulders and plique of gold cloth encrusted with may and creeps- home

Jcad so it might be a good idea sometimes down each side of the jewels. early. is brilliant at writing or i ,;'; I

[take a very impersonal view of front closing. Centered in the picture is a coat A very little of this sort of discouragement verse making and had real success ..:0/1/; :':' ;
rselves, our houses and our yards the that is marvelous for It takes .
d Regal looking indeed are holiday par goes a long. way. in a character part in an amateur << '
gardens and if we find some- full length velvet capes that fashion- ties. Persian influence is reflected superhuman strength of characterto play. : !.'

,e ng else we and would his criticize possessions In some-let's minded women are wearing this throughout the styling of this coat battle your way onward despite "About a year ago the dull routine .V 1 .

olve to do something about it. season. A striking version of this which is of rich black wool the zip unpopularity and loneliness. It is of her life began to affect her seri :'

Maybe you've descended into a type is shown to the right in the per closing assuring a smooth unbroken not a girl's fault if she has not the ously. I saw It but was helpless ;i .

I of a rut since this changing Illustration. This model holds a line and extra warmth. An I home background the frocks and to do anything. We live In a crowded .'

f rid has influenced your habits of particular note of interest in that it extravagant gold bouillon and opportunities that make for social fiat, hundreds of others exactly j

ing. It seems like a real efrt was displayed at a fashion show I bright bead t-mtiroldery stresses success; but she suffers just the like it pressing about us, the ugly '"s

to have people In for dinner. staged at Copacabana Palace, Rio Persian color and technique.So 1i'eZ I 4\\\\ \ same. realities of 'shabby gentility' on aU '* f' I

ple pever for management the maid-less makes It pos- Janeiro, recently under the aUspices outstanding is embroidery In In my Dies I have the story of a sides. Wits comes home worn |Vj'out .J I
woman to
tertain her friends Just as de- of the British Fashion Tour. the scheme of things this season restless discontented morbid girl at night, listens for awhile to ,

htfully as U she had a houseful Over a hundred beautiful costumes. that even fur capes are showing who finally was consigned to an institution the radio reads a thriller. -j ,r,;f'S

{servants. Keep your menus slm- designed by couturiers who fled embroidery done In yoke fashion. for the mentally ..mlcted.i "It is no life for a girl of 24, '| .

serving only the things that from Paris to London were shown. Mink with sparkling' brown sequins i This girl presently was asked to and she knows it. She has become if, \;..

u are sure will be easy to pre- :r' :1 For this striking evening ensemble is very effective while jet on black help in the kitchen of the asylum, melancholy. tearful silent I sent 't,. :

|"re and that require. no last min- : : Norman Hartnell the designer broadtail or Persian lamb is In per. washed dishes In the' company of her to her clergyman who did help, ;Vr\; : "

et fussing. uses rose-colored moire for the fect tune with the new mode which III another girl and a boy. found friendsat but only for a while; now I have had <

10y your your guests parties help and and remember they will lovely gown with black velvet for calls for black on black. last, discovered that she was a a neurologist take the case. He ,' ''

.'m ..with genuine enthusiasm. the stunning floor-length cape. Rich (Beleand by; Western Newspaper Union.) born cook was given a chance totry Says there Is nothing tangibly '

ve inem tasks that they can do -- 1w living outside again and openeda wrong but that she needs Interests

ch .. putting the salad together IV CIRCTIrCOVIIT. nSC"r>ponn lriHcur rotHT. Olt\IFO"U tearoom. Now she has three amusements, distractions. I could ". ;
.
pie. Logical order In your kltch- here is a gay woolknit basque Mail Alire Moore (lamer Plaln- Preston Gregory Puckett Plaintiff.ORDKH and a small boy. This Is a "Meanwhile a wonderful friend \. '
vs. Jean Marie I'uckett
and Mff. VM Dvlbert Burnett Garner.Dttfendaut Def.ndant.
pantry cupboards as well sweater to wear with a shirt and ru.... No. 1804OUDKK Ca". Nn. 1874 true story. has offered me a chance to give Nits ,J
blnets your refrigerator and supply velveteen skirt. Such costumes as OP PUFILICATION:; AND : OP PI'BLIPATIOV: AND The Story of Nlla. a change by supplying her with ".
will make It for NOTICE TO APPEAR NOTK'K TO APPEAIl
to and his way around easy to help any- this are making important fashion STATE OP FLORIDA to: DelbertBurnett 8TATK OF Ff.Olur to: Jean. Such a case is that of Nlta whose 1.200 a year for three years. The
news on the winter style bulletin. Garner whose residence iiiHatt..ry Marie' Purkett' 890< I'enrhtree Ht.. mother writes me from a big mid- sum Is already deposited, to be paid

emember when you were a Take along with you a Jacket of Carolina.You C. 4th.. C. A., Camp Ditvln.Vorth Atlanta,are UeoiKlaYou required, to appear. on western city Nlta has a brother monthly. and although Nita for

de? You weren't afraid to tackle natural American opossum. You'll are required to appear on February 2.: 1942 In the seven years younger than herself; I some weeks showed an almost resentful :

csts for dinner then and you'll be needing it, not only for comfort February Court 2nd, and 1942 cause In the, wherein abo..alamed plaintiff named Court Hi.ek.and dlvorre cause, 1 1 wh..r'rail ford:.ln her father Is a traveling salesmanfor apathy on the subject, of .

the same "lift" today whenJ and protection, but also to lend an lalntlff seeks divorce Uradforil County T..I"lCral shall publish floor coverings. Up to 1931 all I' late she has been half.heartedly I.
J entertain friends. emphatic style accent to your mid Bounty Telegraph hall publish tnle thin. Order In next four weekly l Is. went well with the Blacks. suggesting/ a few possibilities. I'
wnclent and happy )rlr In next, four weekly liiKUenVVItnenn BltfH. 'j "
housekeep-
depends, winter costumes. my hand anit official eal I Witness my hand and official "Ten years ago when Nita was "Can you suggest a course that I' '
on
regular meals many and factors clean and bees nhnll cease and terminate. at Htarke, Flu, this Pec II. 1941.OFFICIAL. l cemher seal .at II SUrk Itit.. -Florida, thin t>e- I about 14," writes the mother "ev may pull her out of the depressionthat
property ,
erly ( SEAL) J Thomaa OFFICIAL erything collapsed. For months we the unfortunate events of her "
rooms. It can be an ad- E. W. Scarborough.Director ourt 12.1 2.41 I ( KRAIA.: .1. Thomaii.
n lure in thrift as well as an State Bwveraare Department : i-harlea An Clark Miller of said I Jacksonville, Fla.J-s AH Clerk of said Court 12 4t 1.11 8049 \ _. really did not know what we were girlhood made almost inevitable.I.I. :
erosting of Florida I TallahaBBce. FlurjIV Robert 1':. llu.'k.r. Jacksonville. Young Princess going to live on; my husband lost !
and
absorbing business 1,1a. 12-12 Atty. for Plf.nr Ha., Atty. for PPIf.IV and help me to feel that my little 7'jj
I I
,Providing a delightful back. Pattern No. 8MO-You'll have the his Job and his health at the same girl must not pay all her life for j

eclal d for :yourself and TOur own CIRCUIT OIIIT. nR\FOIID 'IRrl-IT fornT. aninvonn.rot pleasing, proud thrill of being per- time. He has never recovered her parents' unsuccess?" > S !I IA
kind of living. 'OUNTV.ionio* iv cia \ci-.itv:! CIHCltT fOlHT.0t BRADFORD this the effects of heavy attackof S
( -MTI, FLoiuui. iv tl4.tCIGtY. (' '\TV. KI.OHSIIA I" ('II.'NC.ItY: fecUy dressed when you wear from a Cowardly Attitude ?
Victoria William Boncek A. Durkee tmrkee.Defendant.Plaintiff Helen Tucker. I'lalntlff. v WllImrn slim slenderizing, willowy princess flu in that awful winter and will always !. Isn't that a sad letter? Sad. beautifully I :
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o WHO" IT SlAY C01CBKV Case vs. No. 1663. W. M. Kdwardu W. Tucker ..Defendant.. Caaa frock for your best dates. It has be partially deaf' expressed and cowardly S
Nn 11170.ORDFIt. :
I TAKE Plaintifvi. all the latest details and can
NOTICK THAT? a U35r"olet ORDER OF PUBLICATION: AND OP Pt'BLICATIOV AND tricky "Ward was too young to know or Isn't It a pity' that the woman smart :
Coach Kni-ln No. M- NOTICE TO APPEAR NOTIf'B TO APPEAR make up elegantly In crepe with a what was going on, but Nita :
William Llllle Hendry and her husband. car. enough to write that letter wasn't ,
3155 STATE OF FLORIDA to: HTATB OF FLORIDA touch of velvet In the Inset yoke j
to WIN
II than with an appral.ed value of I A. Durkoe. whole ....Iden.a, Ii: 3Colea /Hoy E Hendry burn W. Tucker whose residence: which shapes the becoming neckline sensitive and proud. Just at an age smart enough to realize that hard
11,000. w c a seized In Street, Ulencove, Long laland. Defendant I* "Unknown." to want to stand well with her school
drnrd N... leie and for a band at the swingy/ times are the very nursing-ground of
County Florlla New York. Partition Ca e You required to
BlatlAn 1941' for belnN; No"em.1 I I You are required to appear on NOTICE OF (OMMISSIOMCItS' February .I, 1942 In the appear above on hemline. The same style) Is effective crowd suffered Intensely. Up to character, and that fun has nothing S
Section 5,' Chapt.r February 2nd. 194Z. In the above SALE named Court and cause, wherein with a zipper straight down that time she had been a gay little to do with money? Isn't it too bad :t'' .
01.t It LW of Florida. 1239.. and named Court and cause wherein Take Notice that the undersigned) Plaintiff seeks divorce, Bradford the front-in which case you can thing. but now she underwent a that this concerned and loving "*" \| '
I. the intention of H. W. seekS divorce Bradford' In accordance with Telegraph shall publish .
plaintiff .r ,
trim it all with tIc
rac. 1
i
rbornU< "C...Department Florid.., to Order In neat four weekly laauea. rendered In above cause, will ..." Pattern 8040 Is In sizes II to 19 and grew thin and moody. We put change and financial reverses ',
for "". and official ...al situate In Witness hand and official Size 13. short sleeves takes 3"% .
Ki bjp the State **ev- Wane my hand the following property mr her Into a public school which she instead of her ".
fl" Departm.nt the propertyiuSr2"V Fla. thle Dec It, 141."OFFICIAL Bradford County, Florida to-wit! seal at Starke. Florida this December yards 39-inch material. 1V1 yards and letting narrow
rlbd at Starke Florida BEAD A J Thoma... HVfV, of SEV4: *>t $ec. 9. Twp. 15 1941.OFFICIAL 1. velvet for yoke and hem band Zip listed and added to all the humiliation Ideals of what was the correct thing
AiiTL1*' It41' at iOO6 A. M. Aa: Clerk of said Court. 11-12.41 1-1 68, R. Zl E.. lose 1 acre square. ( LA .J. Thomas front style takes yards 38-inch and distress of that time was to have and do destroy her daughter .
per.on. cIalndn any' rlcht Charles Miller Jacksonville, Fla. In NE corner thereof also le" 'Ae Clerk of aald Court 2-l-4t-l- per
Intera"t 'In or to said' property Atty.. for Plf. 5 acre square In NW corner Krancl M MrHale! Jackionvllle, material with % sleeves. Ntta's acute unhapptncss. building them Into advantages '
tree any ,art thoreof' aro hereby rem therenf. also le.... rommenclnsr Fla, Atty. for Pit. Forced to Accept Aid. Instead? i
? appear and to make. h COTRT.rouVrV. IIRAIFORI) at NE corner of 8W(4 of SKV. had to However there Is an out for NILe
Within' thirty 0) aforesaid and
date f the first pu FI.OHIUI iv CIIAVCBRVK .. tn a point of run beKlnnlnsr thencerun iv" rtnrriT rncstr. nti\nrnnn he am.................................. the help of a relative cordially and she's young enough to take it. .
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(inS ??""* a. Provided I Muriel. H, Haddock Hoda-en. }Jr.loJgei.Plaintiff.Defendant. West 210 ft. thence Mouth ('Ot'TY Wise KLOr, ll>A IV CIIAVCKIIVFrtwln .... Lillian' disliked by us all. but eventuallyshe She doesn't even need that $1,300 a

.rlda- Aere' Chapter of 113.I 30l.to bll"atlO"1 Case No ltd. AND 110 thence ft.North thence 219 Baal ft.; and 110 also ft.I Win'. Defendant Plaintiff('a.. No 1645. Addr................................. died and with what she left my year. The answer Is work-or rather '

vora..e Department of I i ORDKR OF PtfRLlCATION APPKAIt lea A strip of land 30 yd.*. ORDER OF Pt/BLJCATION, ANDNOTirK husband could start again. But work's wonderful twin-service. \

htu IChaNu.[ ana..Intereat Florida In or and to aaldCOLDS 1 I STATE NOTICE OF FLORIDA TO to: Muriel wide B lying acre on aquare.South and dli l alno ofsaid ': OF FLORIDA T-f APPBARJITATE to: Lillian ...................................... even now we are not solidly on our Let her go into a hospital. children's f

Haddock Hod.-... wheae re.ldeiic.In lima railroad right of way and Wise whose residence Is; Cheater feet, for Ward Is determined to become home. slum and forget herself In .
Went Slat Street, New fork ..............
I ; 365 graded road right of way. Maaaachuaetta. Mara.of PaP'S..5, .. doctor like father and humble and quiet help to the less
e atthe You art required I to appear onFebruary a my <
:::: ::: CltytouN'r.T.ri lred to appear on to the Mouth highest front door bidder of for the cash CountynourthouHe 2nd. 1941 In. the abovenam we have to contribute part of his fortunate and her mental troubles [_
aboveneened ..........
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February 2nd and 1943.eauae In the, wherein In Starke. Florida during d Court and cause wherein Pattern No......... .1. expenses for at least 10 more years. will vanish. She will be so glad to I
Court plaintiff seeks divorce Bradford
plaintiff seeks dlvnr. Jlr.dford ? the legal hour. of sale on Jan- rounty Telearraph. shall publish this end IS cent la eoln. liar. Nita finished high school had one get home at night, to quiet and comfort .
County Telegraph shall publish this. uary 6th. 1943. 1... A. Knl..ht. Orrt-r In next, four weekly laauea.Wltneaa each pattern dealredl. to- in State college and now for and a good dinner and a restful "
year
.In next four weekly I laeuoa.Wltneaa m" han and official.*.. : :
Liquid Tablet Order Pn Row white bed that she won't have time i
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66 !!leI...Noeei my hand And official .al Charl hardy.CommisSioners.. at Rtarke. Fla. this Dec. II. IS4I.10FP'ICIAL Patricia Dow Patterns six years has been trying to find j
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DroswCoeajk at *Htarke. Fla. this Deo. 11.Thoma.A 1 4IfOFFICIVL < SEAL \ .1 ThomaoAa 208 W. 17th SI., New York. N. t. congenial work. to think of her..U.pAY ,
A..1.
Drws
BEAL) Clerk nf said Court. lJ.n.u2

F ..0........ .. Clerk of aid Court. U14t: Fla.Atty. IJHharl. l I I Stark.Knight. A FloridaAttorneys I Knight Charles Miller. Jacksonville. Fib.
.... w.....,.. .. M'l'er. Jackaonvllle for Plaintiff. ILII U I.' Atty. for Pit.
Llalveat for Pit.
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FRIDAY JANVft
TKLKGRAPH. ST\RKE. FLORIDA
BRADFORD COUNTY'
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Certificate labor ill
( Axis 12 In embraced under ana
Answers
to Aggression
Center Notes Twp ALTERATIONS ANIl A,1?
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;1 NEWS ANALYSIS Legion Russell Kay No. 110. ,
, ; The assessment of the said property : TO THE KX18T1VH:: J
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,- Christmas la over and from all "u .".. ,t.'r. ''--- -' ., -,''-' 0'y under said Certificates No. 109 HUILDINUS AT 8TAUKE,1
F. K. IDA.
of
EAction > and 110 were In the name
1\ Plenty accounts the staff at the American CarradlneUnltms particularly known ..
:\ t 7 .d- Certificates Khali be Public Works I'rojv." '
Center ; said
Legion Recreation TOO LATE ,. 1 '4-' ; % a ; se, to law the Fin5101.. 1;('

spread Joy and happiness to many TO CLASSIFY V. -' :.5sr ; IL redeemed propettles. according described; therein will Any bid received ai: IKE

; -i: ; of the boys from Camp Blanding. S be cOld to the highest bidder at fled time. and date w i cl|
tha first sidared.lOtch
were put on at told about a the Court House door on
Many progiama Is
} I There a story Monday. In the month of February, bid must be a, 'lJt ,
the three Service Clube, and the chap who found himself alone In 1942. which la the 2nd day of February a. certified check ot did 1 ,
also community A. I). 1942. the amount of five 1kcent ,
Station Hospital, the heart of New York City on 'e
December ) of the base
this 31st day of bid i
sings; consisting of Christmas NeW' Year's Eve. Sitting, In a A.1 Dated 1941.OFJo'ICIA4. that the bidder If award./']

Carols and old favorites were held hotel room he bemoaned the fact ( HEAL! ) A.S.: Thomas tract will within ten lloi: ) "1
calohclar
I
Club "nd also at Circuit Court, Bruil Corel tlva days art,,. .
each Service to him in Clerk
q at that he had no one join County State of Florida. I notice being arlven of oUch'
the hospital. celebiating. Surrounded with l-2-4t-l-23 enter Into a written :{Oht...
ri' Open house was held at the seething humanity he- never, felt the Bradford Board of Public Inotru,
County Florid. ]
" ) Starke on Christmas, SHKHIF-P'H SALE
" Center In more 1one. IVOTItR OF cordancowith the acceutrdjdive
I I Eve and Christmas Day for the Finally, In ,desperation,, he decided Notice of In executions herebY given iHMued that out ,byvirtue of -a'-contract surety |b JJ
to the
II I ; many boys who' were not fortunate to go out on the street and the Circuit Court of Bradford, tactor of Bradford Board ofHtrsiction PL

j enough to be 'able to go trf make a little whoopee on his own County, Florida' pursuant ,renderedthe to tho"a Ida equal to on. hundred COUnt',
for the holidays. certain final Judgments ((100 per cent) of th,
their homes account. So he started out. L- 2nd day of June, 1931 and the price.
f4 Many forma of entertainment were stopping at bar after bar until 2nd day of June, 19J1, renpectlvely.In No bidder may withdraw I
of
had for the bY. Much an bridge, he wan I n :a very mellow moodin .r- : the County County,Judge's Florida,Court for the for a period of thlrtj jVI

\' dancing, singing, ping .,pong and fact, feeling no puln whatso recovery Hradford by Cumberland, & Lib thereof.1" date Bet for <*

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delicious, coffee Company, a corporation work shall
In the evenings ertyNI1l5 .73 All be iloincordance ,,
and ginger; bread were served. ever.Making from* Kverett, K. Burney and $02 of ,73(82 together with plans, and ,
'I his way with difficultyInto together with costs documents relative tnvrelil
'It ; All the boys were very gratefuland the Astor tap room he with;' COStS, respectively: Book, recorded may be examined ai :hc ,'f
-___ had a merry time; In Foreign Judgment the Board of Public inatrui
t New Year's!* the Center pounded the mahogany and de. .- 3 at nuKea 67 and 58, respectively Circuit Bradford County, f Start:! .
Again on manded "one more Scotch and e of tlie records of xalil or at the office of 110m" ,
1 From the Philippines came the will have open house and any Soda" before the bells began to Court. which said judKinents, and Issued Join and Forrest AI K.i_
that he hail r.. the are welcome to come each of them. and executions Architects, Oalne"vlll>
before of boys
t report ring and the whistles to blow pursuant thereto were by and such plans andOht"/ ,!
mvl&is liana military rom- and Join the fun. The citizens of. But the service was'slow( and Uncle Sam's two newest destroyers the U. S. S. Tillman (left) and Cumberland & Liberty Mills Company rnnnts and forms forM\ ,,
J the of Manila Starke are also Invited to come I.I.I the U., S. S. Beatty are pictured above Just before launching' ceremonies a. corporation by annliinmentof be aecur.d-.leorn eltlifi ,( ,
mend from city hot and being more 29th day
the the
was
room began at the Charleston S. C.. navy yard. First time In the historyof Judgments dated I' floes by depositing! I iIpr;
I Mar Arthur hail rushed entertain the boys. over-burdened with "(IIplrIts. October 1941, recorded November sum of TWKNTY-FIVK ill
General I under or less the South that two destroyers were launched together, this Is part of of ,
The Center la operated 1*>II, In ARHigrnrnent ('25.00) In cash
tlth.
j or nion.,1
take himself 1 )
the fighting front to per he found suddenly of America0 answer to aggression. k 2 at puge 87 of .
to Statewide for each l
.et. of whl
of the udlrma"o I 'h
\ the supervision .. ,.. ., < TII
the unable to resist the law of gravitation -S u vft.... .. traflgthe
sonal command fighting off ; recorun UL "' '" FIVE OLKAU3 02500i]) ,
} attacks. Recreation Project WPA. and crumpled in a heap on For Supreme CourtJUDGE FIRST PRACTICE BLACKOUT forreil and aanlKiierl to --- Refunded. upon return, ,r ?
Japanese Morrow: The 'underulKnBd ------1 and contrail docunienli
the floor. Quickly' a ,keen-eyed MONDAY NIGHT of lliaJford County )Florida condition within ten lot, I",
\ William Windell GriffinA attendant had him up and hustled levied said execution upon ter the award 'ot_the ontn

I him out the door to leave him In Continued from one) lowing dexcrlbed lot, piece parcelor and for.Bidder's
HITLER: sudden and tragic death took ( page tract of land lying, belnir quallflcatloim,, .
a daze on the curb. xltuate In the County of Bradford satisfactory to the llnard
At the Helm place Christmas day when William At the meeting Tuesday night State:: of Florida, particularly dewrlbecl Ho Instruction of Ettudfunl v

.!. ""u ,k.t., apl._A_ t."t___ ",...ft.. .1...,. Windell Griffin the little The outer air soon broughthim hall of. as follows.: Ueglnlniicr at Florida.
--- ---- at the American Legion of Section
aiw "v..u" y. of the Rev. to, and arising with dignity .S the Southwest corner The Board of Public In., _
trifled by the German disaster In 8-month-old nephew 5, South Hange 22 Kast, of Bradford County,
died on he began mumbling to himself: -' ,) the special defense police officers 26, Tp. Flori'l
and Russia, and the "firing" and Mrs. C. C. I'owelJ. and run North on (Section Line serves the right to wait, 'if,
Lybla Marshal the second day of a holiday visit "They can't do thlsh to me, I'ma ld,',- S it was suggested that Law- 1320 feet thence Kant to a. point of ''ties. In any bid and. U hJ,I
I of leading Nazi General S 4 IC "tot M
feet
thirtv-three and all bid.
Is
gentleman. All I want one also where there are quitea "
Gu.Hls tey
by from his home in Len<)x, Road Number -
Brauchitsch. and hi. replacement Center of State BOARD OF PUBLIC IVSTRll
the 1 1beginning
AdoU Hitler himself. > parents. Mr. and Mrs. W. more 111 drink then I'm goln' togo t* ; __ __ number of Legionnaires, stagea 18, thence East: 100 feet, thence OF BRADFORD CPLMJi\ ,\f
I and his three sisters' to bed I'm goln' to fin' blackout at the same time, and Mouth and parallel with State Road IDA,
$ Many believed this "purge at the R. Griffin $ sz 13, one hundred feet, thence By W. E
No.
''the best night club in New York other communities in the count.ymight MIDDUo
' top" would be followed by other generals Doris. Margaret and Virginia came t. West 100 feet more or lean to a So
leaving their command rather to Starke Wednesday about 1 'a respectable place an' have Jus .i----: do likewise. point S3 feet East of the' centerof Office of Board of Public I,
and their M. to visit In the one more '111 drink." While l Il Is expected that there State Road No. 13, thence' North tlon, Bradford County I
than trust themselves o'clock P. along: the East side of Right of House Starke, Florida
troops to Hitler' "Intuitive" policiesof home of Mr. Griffin' sister Mrs. Getting back on his feet" he began -' will be 100 per cent cooperationon Way of State Road No. 13. to the 1,1

military management. Powell. :-At 1 o'clock A. M., making his way down the the part of the people, yet if point of beginning" Houth;, and Range bain 22 In -

Urn"' urope' had the baby was taken street when suddenly he came toa 1- lights do not go off promptly Section 28, Tp. 6 iv cmri IT toniT. nRCOH'NTV %
At the same all J: Thursday, your Kast: and containing onequarteracre FLOHIUll
H
similar building where men and womenIn after the warning signal 1* more or less. (
been In a state of Jitter wondering suddenly ill ,with symptoms CERY. '
I with all and singularthe
what."Der fuehrer" would pull In to those of diphtheria. After fashionable dress were enter- given, do not be surprised if some Together tenements hereditaments and Willie Shelton Case No 170M

the way of trickery out of the hat treatment by a: local physician ing. one gives a loud knock on your appurtenances thereunto belonging i ". vs.' Story, Plain

of, his ingenuity to scare his opponents he was rushed to St. Luke's Hospital "Now thlsh la the kin' ot placeI door and demands that lights be or will In anywise the Rule appertaining Day In February; and, Lillie Mae Story Pefendunt

and to cause what be might Jacksonville. At, 11 o'clockhe want" he said. "I should turned off.RULED. to-wit on: February 2nd A. D. 1942 OHDEH NOTICE OF PUBLICATION TO APPEAl

call a "victory" to bring him tar* died with an "enlarged have gone to a place like thigh between the legal hours oC' sale I STATE OF FLORIDA to

ward Into public favor again. gland" which caused his throatto In the begtnnin' Instead of dumps INDEX CARDS-3x5: before Court the House front of door Bradford of the County County -- Mae You Story.

Most thought that an occupationof close up though the disease like I've been In." So, makinghis II. L. TOM SEBRING St per BRADFORD COUNTY In Starke, Plorica, offer said I February are 2nd required, 1942 to In app Ibi.]
life-long with difficulty through : property for sale at public outcry, named Court
Spain and France's north African was caused from a way TELEGRAPH. hlKh- and cause, 4,
sell the to the
from, dlphtheila. the crowd, he got Inside.It Circuit Judge H. L. Sebilng of and will same plaintiff seeks divorce and bases, and perhaps the taking over trouble and not Oct and best bidder or bidders for relief. Bradford County T>.{
of the French fleet might be the It was atated. happened that he had enter Gainesville ,.'Junior judge in this NOTICE Oil APPLICATION FOR cash to satisfy said execution. shall publish this Older l''
back to Lenox, 8th Judicial Circuit has announced TAX I1KKI' OIVEN under my hand In the four weekly isaues..
answer.In He was taken ed the cathedral just as the midnight (the ) City of Starke, bradford County Witness hand and officJat I
Bill No. 163' my
tS.u.e>
line with this It had been reported Ga., for burial. which took place mass ,was- about to begin. that he will be a candidate -, NOTICES IS HEREBY: fl1VETHAT Florida this 31st day of December, Starke, Florida tlilg J1st \

that Pet In had given up Mi at 3 o'clock Saturday afternoon. He didn't have the slightest Idea for Justice of the Supreme : : '1'. W. Slaughter, holder of A. D. 1911. A. O ANDREW. 1942. |
Tax Certificates numbered OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J T
position as dictator of unoccupied' where he was or' what was going Court .Florida, for the place 109 and 110 respectively. 4th Sheriff of Bradford CountylZttL23 A. Clerk of till I

France and head of the Vichy government -I Mrs. Mixon BuildsMrs. on. Making his way down the left vacant by the announced retirement of July, A. D. 1938.:; has t1Ieh'.a: :Knight & Knight tit: ark*, F

turning the reins (over to aisle he soon found: himself facing of Justice J. B. Whit- In my office and has made appli- Attys. for Plf.MUSICIANS. 11I
cation for tax> deed to be l Issued CAM. FOR RIDS
Darlan A. M. Mlxon has begun and without is well
pro-Axis the priest any field. Judge Sebrlng thereon. NOTICM TO CONTRACTORS' WANT
It was also reported that IS divisions the construction of a combined hesitation demanded a "Scotch known in Starke, having frequently Said certificates respectively embrace !1T RKK. FLORIDA

of ,Nazi troop were on the residence and business house near and Soda." presided over terms of ertles the In following the County described of Bradford prop. the Sealed Board bids of Public will be Instruction received by of .<.Beginners.1".... who W..I..IAU would I Itrreste4

march toward Spain through France the Intersection of Roads 13 and Realizing thai the inebriatedidn't court here.' State of Florida, to-wltt: Bradford County, Florida, at the I la formIng IIa.nd
and that the occupation of Blzerte 48. The 12.50O building will be know where he the NV4 of Lot 8 of Blk 7 Town of office of said Hoard in Starke, I. ........ Florid., i
was,
and other important Tunisian and north of the home Lawtey W of Ry. Sec. S3 Twp III" Florida, up to 10 o'clock A. M. writ for Infornuitlos. te
erected Just priest signaled for the choir to hell GuardsThe K. 22 E Is embraced under. Cer, E. S. T.. :January 3Dth 1942 ai ismlntaster Jerrr Gull!
Moroccan points wa a* good as ac of Ellery, Davis on the lot which march by and sing a hymn, thinkIng Souther, ?'o. 109. which time and place ail bids received (3'..ml ttvllvrrr.. '5lsp.. '
complished. Mrs. Mixon recently purchasedfrom I" Lot 4 of Blk 7, Town of Lawtey will be publicly opened and
that this would solve the Southern Bell Telephone
Europe "waiting to see" was having J. S. Hoover, at a coat of
problem and bring the poor fellow Company has "'sufficient: guardsto
a bad case of nerveS.
$:iOO.
to his senses. "
handle thesituation, a reporter -
The building will be of frame- Instead served to
It only
RUSSIA: annoy was told one night last
stucco and the first floor will the chap further and in a much week by one of the guards him-

Finds Line house three stores each 19x24 louder voice he cried, "Liahen, I self while making an investigation. : -

-. After disastrous withdrawals all feet Mrs. Mixon ntated Tuesday, don't want to see the floor show Sentries are stationed

along the nearly 1,000-mile front in which will be for rent. Up-stalrs -all Iwant Is Jus" one 111' around the building, especiallynear

r Russia, late dispatches from that will be an eight-room residence Scotch an' Soda." the entrance since a huril-
district of the world seemed to which will be occupied by Mr.
war cane tence' Ips take .care of the
Indicate that the German resistancewas and Mrs. A. M. Mlxon and Mr.Mixon's It ,seems to me that we, as a situation on!, three sides of the The Pleasur
M. E. Mix-
stiffening and that at long last mother, Mrs. Nation have had much the same office i *

I the Reds had found the Nazi ""win attitude for the last few years.
on.Mrs.. M. E. Mixon Is the owner
ter line of resistance. With money-making and pleasure-
Recent BirthsMr. .. .
Up to that point the withdrawal and Mr. and Mrs.' A. M. Mixon hunting, we have let ourselves go -

I had been practically a route and are the managers of the A & A on a sort of wild orgle to become I : and Mrs Julian Wyman

Cafe South Thompson street Howell, Dec 26, Starke girl, Lois
there was photographic evidence on steeped in selfishness. We have ,

appearing in the press to bear out wasted our resources sidestepped Marie; Mr. an4.Mrs. James.Washington -

the Russian claim of enormous Recruiting OfficeThe our responsibilities, built up :Todfl. Dec. 28. Starke

I losses of material In the snowy a false sense of security and our girl; }(r.."...yidfi;Mrs. Wiley Woodward Is Ours

) wastes of that part of the Soviet the recruiting office for those national ambition has been "Just Wiron.. Dect..>SC, Starke

i Germans had invaded., who desire to volunteer In the V. One More Scotch and Soda Before girl;' MrCant-Mrs. JaaieVJefrersotV -

Whether Hitler reported ragingat S. Army Ia "Just across from the the Bell Rings." ,- ThOKiaOrDec.::: .31,'*\ Sanipeon

his general, would be able to reception center on Road A at We have allowed ourselves to City. glrlNtMf.: : anMr. James

baIt the backward sweep with Hua- Camp landing." Corp. William forget'those great spiritual values Graham.; Dec.' 25: Starke son,

lan pressure, apparently undimln- R. Wallln. recruiting officer, announced through which a nation finds its James Richard; Mr. and Mrs. Millard -

Ished. wag a problem. last week. strength and while we still find Knight, Dec. 30, Maxvllle,

I But the tone ,of the Reds dispatches Draftees are placed'where they the Imprint "In God We Trust"on boy, Owen Milton.Florida than'the'New .
of
We don't know better time
V a
had changed somewhat and are most needed. Only volunteers the coin of the realm, we have

were no longer telling of pursuits I may choose their branch of given little thought or hed to Its 'Gold'By Year'to give recognition to our many ,
1 but rather of break-through that In- service. Corporal Wallln stated. meaning.

dicated a German effort at holding Well, the Bell has rung. It Is ', friends who, through their consideration

: was now In progress time for America to sober and Edwin Southern '
up
Most of the other CLASSIFIEDLOSTone and have mode it possible for "
theaters of
war face the future with a full realization Thin l Is a paid article, over my patronage, us
hoped the German would leave own signature and 1 alone I
of the problems at hand am successful
plenty of troop In Russia and to enjoy a very year.
responsible for statement
setter
English white united and determined to make any '
Churchill, in the United
States. with black spots; black spot whatever sacrifices the situation herein made.
; frankly said that "Stalin had done covering right eye. Lost at calls for. There l Is gold in Florida but We do not measure success in a materialway
"
the world an enormous service. overpass near Theressa last Let us resolve that the year not In sluicing .dredging., I entirely but from the standpoint of

SARAWAK : Monday. Finder please notify 1942 will not find ua wanting and have never. yet mis-Judged the ,

I Ralph Rhodes. Box 23. Starke, that each precious day of it will merits or demerits of any enterprise friendships maintained, new acquaintances

Navy Successes Fla. Reward. Up be used to( the full In unselfish when I found it necessaryto '

An "allied navy" and air force service for the preservation of pass upon' It. Cold ln Florida made and service rendered to the many

which might or might not have Included COMFORTABLE: FURNISHED our way of life of liberty and of IP procured-only through oppor-
people whom have had the of
? Americans, was reported by HOUSE at Kingsley Lake. Modem opportunity.God tunities/'some' of which my own we priviledge

the British to have faUen with ter- conveniences.' $60 per has given us TIME. Our Judgment said. "Yes," but well. serving during the past twelve months and

rifle force on an enemy landing! month. Write P. O. Box 631.: ; future and our children's future meaning advisers said, "No," to ,

I force at Sarawak Starke or phone Starke 167 after depends now on what we da withIt. whom I listened with my today's whom we hope to keep as our friends duringthe

The attack occurred shortly after 6 P. M. for appointment.It Remember Pearl Harbor and regrets. .

Sir Charles Brooke, the rajah had Manila and do your part to "Keep There i is now In my opinion. coming year. ,

sharply. criticized the British 'em ONE: of the few remaining
management FOR 1tENTntt large bed room 'em flying, "Keep rolling, oppor-
I of the Far East defense, adults. Also 4-room house 2 1-2 and "Keep 'em sailing." tunities in pur State of Florida We have set our goal to serve you more

and had said that the leadership had miles Here's wishing you a grim and which Is destined to become of
east of Starke
been poorly selected. Itp determined NEW YEAR to Insure untold immense value because efficiently in the future and we trust thatoureffortsilJ

The allied navy and air force fell FOR SAL3& Good 2-horse riding the "HAPPP1NESS" of those Florida will never recede but will with
meet
upnc the Japanese flotilla! rapidly plow. Rustacfl L. Kelly. New following. always be the great sub-tropical .your approval.

.tank three transport and set flre River Station. l-9-2tp "playground" of the,people of the -

:, lo a fourth and threw the whole attempting Flying Trip Home United States. .,.)/e ','"

'landing body Into confu VBNFJAV BUNDS. Patrician I have "nursed" this opportunity ...- .. -. "'" .. : ', .
lion. style, aemmtely fantalled-Gas- Luther K. Lennon, who baa for over 20 'years-it Is now 'J Wutt ':'
CacU
Th stalwart British forces on the sell Kxehstnata Store. It been In the U. S. Navy for two time to act.; S oj Ifau a 4 : ,

islaM) of Hong Kong faced with alanoat FOR SALE years had just 48 hours leave, I need an associate silent or Ppy
Coal and wood.
We
certain defeat finally surrendered handle Red Bar coal 2 12x6in. and left hit post In Charleston, active-etthfir sex-and a few /NEW 'ltffa \

to the Japanese. lump. A. A. Annis' Material S. C., by plane to Jacksonville hundred dolifcrs, cash for prelimInary \. ,.' ....

BRIEFS Yard. Plume 165. U spent part of Saturday and Sun expenses! for: work necessary \. < '
: day In the home of his parents, to be* done. No "double- ., .;.....J. : ". .
Seattle You can't do anything WOOD ,".dieri" .' .a... '
FOR SALE-Full cord fat Mr. and Mrs. E. Lennon at crossera. or "trlflers" ",
about the weather, said. Mark Twain pine turpentine faces and oak Starke and new back from Jacksonville wanted. <*>t 'v' I ,

-now you can't say anything aboutIt $8 delivered. Just drop me a to Charleston. For appointment and interview "

either. A broadcast of "how hard card.-Lw A. Brown. Brooker, According to his father, he has address- Southers care General

It rained today" might give vital FU. 12-9: :Stp seen service in Greenland and Delivery. Starke.. Fla.-(Adv.)

Information to America' enemies, Iceland since the outbreak of the S. R. JOHNS & SONSCARL
the '
war department has
ruled.
New York 'FOR RENT-Furnished cottage war In Europe. He has also beenIn ,
The
: new draft law 2 bedrooms, adult, $30 per Honolulu but not Since! the Music Instructions
gives soldiers 120
more days to purchase .
month. Also 3-room furnished war with Japan.BiANuscnirr.
low-rate Insurance without Rr Bandmaatrr* Jerry n.tI....... JOHNS, Owner
apartment with bathroom and .... .
medical examination. The draft I i.eexpected Gf4 Delivery* Slack. FlurM
lights adult., $30 per month,- COVERS.51 AiKKto, T....|*.t. TroMfc...
to
yield 3.000.000 more Mr. riitrlt-vff. HaxvpfcvM.. n.... ...*
U
M. 1
men for immediate military train Clark 1.2 miles pr 100 BRADFORD COUNTY I).._., ni..
ing. out East Call street, Starke. tf TELKdRAPII. ,.
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