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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 9, 1942
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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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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rua, i [ NEWS ANALYSIS By Edward C. Wayne I I TIRE RATIONING BOARD IS NAMED. 1



P1.'I. Manila Falls to Japanese Invaders ._ ::-



Following Strong Last Ditch DefenseBy STARKE'S 1st BLACKOUTWAS Night Prowling r Check Tire Numbers WpS.thIsChairman ',:... i


; Greatly Outnumbered U. S. Troops; I Now that there I 18 a strict I'
A WASHOUTIf '
EpidemicIn rationing of automobile. tiren, ; :

U. S. Bans Sale of New Cars, Trucks Sheriff A. O. An.tt-u otatetlWediumluy ""

Monday night was a sample Starke should have that the stealing of

tire ha. already ....I'u.,. lie Peek Secretary
IVDITOR'S NOTK-Wb.. ... .*... ar. .!.......< la ..!... ..!...., |hr another practice blackout and have it quick Full SwingAnother HUfrjpntf that ,
a(.. 'b... .> .". ...W. ...I''J"' ..<1 ... ......acilr .l thli n>w.p.p... While other towns have proudly announced! that their everyone Jot

_ _ IReltaacd by Western N.wapaper Union. _- _ down the number on Mil auto-
air raid rehearsals were 98 or 100 percent perfect, Starkecan wave of petit thieveryis mobile tires HO that they maybe Bradford County's Tire Ration- \

'I [MANILA: RUSSIANS: make no such boastful claims. In fact, tliere ,are few sweeping over Starke. but some located It Molwi. Ing Board was set up this week

Back in CrimeaThe who will deny that we flunked the test completely.. I would-be thieves are finding I it "Even If someone Unit" a tire and Is now ready to function
IFalls with W. P. Smith
'... A series of incidents over which no one had very much more difficult to gala entrance and I found It, 1 would not as chairman

; Since 'the first detachments of southern Russian front. which control makes it difficult to fix responsibility for Monday into the homes of the people than know I haul found tlie utolen quarters J. L. Peek In, secretary the National, and Guard bead-

.Japanese troops had landed on the had been subjected to extra German night's washout, and the Telegraph is not attempting to they did during the summer tire unle.." I hail the number
Armory. Representatives on the
in the Philippines pressure while the Nazis the
sland of Luzon were on months when all doors 01 It", the Sheriff i.aUI.
'I [and had beun' their push toward retreat in the central and northern blame anyone. We only say that if Monday night was a The homes of were open board from each section of the
N. D. Wainwrlght
4 Mayor
sectors sample let's practice again and do it quickly before the county will be announced later.
(Manila, Americans had been hoping suddenly turned the tide Jr., Fiank Landrum, the
hat the outnumbered forces of Gen. with the recapture of Kerch and real thing comes along. Mantissa's, Mrs. E. L. Biggs anti The following statement, explaining :

ouglas MacArthur would be able Feodosya.The It was announced last week O. L. Reusley were among those Birthday Ball the rationing program, :

,i ,o hold out in their defenses outsidethe first-named port was oppositethe by M. F. Brown, chairman of Building Permits entered or tried over the week. Peek was : issued yesterday b y Mr

capital city. rich Caucasus oil region sepa. end from
the County Defense Council Friday night through
\ But despite a strong last ditch rated from it only by two miles of Sunday night.It January 30The Before you try to buy a new ...
that blackout wouldbe
tend Manila finally feU to the Invaders water. These two miles the Germans a practice For 1941 tire for your automobile deter

nI Dive bombers and tanks had not been able to cross be- held Monday night, Jan- seems that this particular mine whether ,you com Into any

had smashed the American lines. cause of Black sea fleet activity. uary 5, beginning: at 9 o'clock.The burglar or grpup reasoned that annual Birthday Bull for of the following classes:
.
Greatly outnumbered the Amer. Feodosya is about 100 miles fur announcement was made following more people' were asleep at 3 0' the President! will be held 1 In the Those eligible to buy new tires
'
Total clock A, M. than '
at other
1, (leans bad fallen back as the Japs ther west, and landings were made discussion at the Rotary; $366,395Starke any armory here Friday night. January are: ;
time the
24 hours
during since
succeeded in gaining control of the simultaneously at both points Club and with the consent of city 30, according t lo a n announcement Doctors ,
visiting
most of the nurses, surgeons -
the Germans driven back and an officials. However, soon after the prowling topk place y e It erduy by N.
,
air. or veterinary, If Is
definitely! entered the near that hour. car
I In its communique telling of the uncounted number of Nazis trapped announcement appeared In the Sternberir. Bradford County chairman used for f
time" principally professionalservices. }
"big during" 39-11 when
About 3 A .id. ,
between.The of
.1.1a [city's fall the war department said Telegraph, J. IPeek.. secretary anam.iz- Saturday some the event .
building permits reached -
ithat all U. S. and Philippine troop German high command ac of the Defense Council. who had one tried repeatedly to enter the Ted Sherwood and his 11-plcce
of
Ing total Tires !
U.66,39Increa lng be
can purchased for
home of ; ambulances
[had been withdrawn from the city knowledged the Russian landings "In not previously been informed of 100 the Walnwrlght's, but orchestra from Gainesville have '
percent over tnp first boom and for vehicles used
,
[several days before and all defense force" and said that counter measures the plans, told Mr. Brown that a were unsuccennful. About the been engaged. for the event' Mr.
1940 and
year lOOQ percent ever exclusively for one or more of the
sam* time some enl..redthrough
tinptaUatlons destroyed. taken. Stalin practice blackout could not be one
removed or were being complimented the Slernberg stated and he uluo an-
last prenboom 1039. con- following purposes! :
I "The loss of Manila, while serious. his general on the south, held without obtaining permissionfrom year the unlatched door to the nounced the following cochairmen -
struction here the 12 To
has not lessened the resistance to and then urged that the advantagebe the Third Interceptor Command months included pduMiift past' back porch of the Ileailey home who will assist him in arrangements maintain fire fighting services -

Ithe Japanese attacks" the commu- grasped and pursued. a subsidiary of the Third USO'buildlnff' touch huge projects and took the entire contents of for the big event: W. To;
as the\ $63,1)50) maintain
I aique said. "Free Crimea next" he urged his Air Force. Center their refrigerator, which consisted If. Hart. K.: L. Matthews I Mrs. L.D. necessary public,
Blanding" 9lCOO St. Ed- police services ,
;
J As it appeared that the Japanese troops. The Russians still were After communicating with of ham, sausage, butter, etc. VlnlriK, Mrs. N. D. Wainwright -
wards Catholic' Church and recreation To enforce such laws as relate
"When I went
the was holding on at Sevastopol and Mos out to prepare my and Mrs. ,
J Smith.
pressure on Philippines Army officials including GeneralA. center Jr., M. to
26000. and the brenkfapt specifically the protection of
(driving our Filipino-American defending cow hoped that the successes far- H. Blanding, It was decided to : Florida) Theatre JlS.OOO.j next morning. laid Ever since the first Birthday, public health and safety
Mrs.. ;
forces steadily backward. ther east would release pressureat Beasiey, "there wnon't a Ball hold. four five
was
or
call off the blackout aa there was Comparative figures for the years To maintain garbage disposal
arrival of certain force Sevastopol and permit the garrison thing left to cook. thin affair .
(despite the a not then sufficient time to make past few years are: ago, has been. regarded and other sanitation service

I of American planes as reinforcements there, aided by sea-borne re- proper arrangements. The city 1941-$366.303. %, Early Saturday morning and as the outstanding HOC In I event of To maintain mull services. ;

I the war of nerves was giving inforcements to take the offensive. police were notified to this effect 1940-$173.94d. Monday morning someone was the season In Bradford County. It For vehicles, with a
The Crimea was held by a combination prowling around the of capacityof
Tokyo the "Jitters. and were told to pass the word 1939-$ 35375. premises always thaws a big crowd from ten or more -
passengers operated
I there direct dispatches of German-Italian-Rumanian the Manassa home and that of Starke and,
Although were no around that there would be no 1938-$ 10033. surrounding commuol-: exclusively for one or more
I from the Jap capital in the troops admittedly not the hardestto blackout Monday night booked Mrs. Biggs, who tire next-door, lies and this year's event is plan- of the
Already for 1942 are at following purposes! :
I Tokyo broadcasts there was considerable beat if the Russians are able to neighbors. They fulled to gain ned to be "bigger and belter"
News travels fast in a small least three major building programs Transportation of
evidence of confusion of an get hlah-oressure drive going. entrance to Mrs. Bigg, house, than ever.Clinic passengersas
town and consequently business which will Insure the total part of the "services. renderedto
I anxiety to learn what the Allied though she heard them for some-
a; and pleasure were proceeding "as for this year reaching at least the public by a regular transportation I
to be. tlmo turning the door knob and
grand strategy was ,
COMMANDO: usual" Monday night at 9 o' half a million dollars. These pro For Crippled system; '
President Roosevelt, In his press flipped around In her bare feet
clock when the agreed-upon signal jects, expected to get under way Transportation of students and
conferences, was mentioning reinforcements A Heroe's TaleA unobserved and unheard trying to Children SoonA
sounded on the fire siren at early in 19424\ are: Water and teacher to and from school;
that had been call the
plans : police.
story of black.clad, burnt-cork- and 341460. school build- Transportation of
the water
the city light plant. sewerage clinic for children, employees to
made in collaboration with: all crippled
faced Commandos on the North Africa The signal was not very loud and Ing $119,501.ileith center $33-, Early Monday morning, however will be conducted by the Florida and from any Industrial or min
Allies. front was the most thrilling story many people -did not hear it. 000.: Tatar $''94,261. someone''jacked up AI Man- ing establishment construction
He talked } peninsula Crippled Children's Commissionat
of Kamchatka a
of the war thus far. did hear 8I51ft1. car and Was attempting; project when
the trans.portatlon
Those who signal With except public
which reaches down to within a large number! of new the Courthouse( In Starke on
It told of the attack on General turned off their lights to remove the tires when the po. facilities are
easy plane reach of Japan itself. generally homea in prospect as well u* iidditlonal lice arrived arid 'rldiiy> January 30. beginning at readily
scared them off.They ,
Rommel's headquarters by a small although moat of them had been business building it inponslble available.For .
The Tokyo radio was warning Japs 9 A. M, 1 Dr. Paul H. Martin, orthjpedlc
band of British "suiclders" and of told there would be blackout. got away so fast that they trucks operated
no that the total for 1912 of Jacksonville exclusively
to be ready for air attacks duringthe left surgeon ,
New Year period .was talkingof the killing of the Commando's own I. A few minutes past 9, when beau might reach a million dollars. their Jack under the car. Not. will be in charge of the exarnlnanH. for one or more of the purpose

an American effort to get planes commander, Colonel Keyes. son of :
the man who originated the Idea. I many lights remained on all over street BO fast that they ran of the following purposes. : .
to Islands. and Mime Ili of
Siberia via the Aleutian "Ladies Day"At Into Margaret '>xney, 4,
a In front of K
hid town the main switch at the light car parked Transportation of ice and fuel <<
The news from Manila and the The British Commando group G. Duncan's the local Health Unit. Local phyIrl.inH ;
Philippines generally was creating in an arroyo during the night be- plant was pulled, plunging the en- Bowling AlleyThe residence and inflict anti other Interested per- Transportation of material and
ed serious .
great anxiety in this country which fore the zero hour within running tire town Into darkness and halt damage un It, Mr.uuncan Santa have been invited to attend equipment for the building and

wanted distance of Rommel's headquarters. ing all business dependent upon Starke Bowling\ Alley, said. The car belongedto the clinic BHO.) maintenance of public roads;
to the islands successfully
see V. W,
in At the time when the whole imperial electric current. This was decidedly owned by S. A. Weldon and Ellis Howard, new rnitnager Thin Information was containedIn Transportation of material and
defended and to remain
of
close touch with Hawaii and the offensive was to flare up along not in the plan since durIng Ore, was torn down on Thanksgiving the the thief's Florida Coca-Cola Co., and a ,letter from Milts Agnes Mc- equipment for the construction

American mainland.But the line, they dashed forward a practice blackout each individual Day and moved l from its Pontiac car was no doubt a Lean, Registered Nurse. of" Jackonvlllp and maintenance of production

though the war news generally roused a sentry who opened a door, is responsible for the old site on the west tilde of Temple as its driver knocked offa to A. J. Thornns. The facilities;

was favorable. including both that shot him dead and entered the build- lights in his business" or residence Avenue to Its neW site on the Into Pontiac Mr Howard's hub cap when he ran clinic IH being sponsored by the Transportation of material and

from Russia and North Africa the ind the power at the plant Is not east side. It was nil ready for car. ones-Langford-Whlte Pont of the equipment for the constructionand

dispatches from the Far East told Ing.As Keyes leading his men. threw cut off in order that telephone occupancy and open for business I The Rev. A. K. Llghtfoot, who American Legion, and I la for the maintenance of public utilities -

of increasing Jap pressure aU along open the main door behind which !service and other necessary Industries on December 23,' Mr. Ore stated lives across the street from. the entire County. "I believe we can ;

the line, and of a general repeated were Rommel's aides, he was shot may go on. Tuesday."It I Manussaa, stated Tuesday that plan> on having 50 children attend Transportation of material and

success for the Invader's arms dead, but a sergeant leaped,over his In a statement to the Telegraph has- fouri Bmn \tlck-Balke thero were three men together; and. of course other mem- equipment for the construction of

i though bitterly contested on aU'', body, hurled two hand grenades and yesterday, B. S. Johns, superintendent 20th century alleys and< an up-to- that one of them ran through his !Lei s of the family usually attend defense housing faculties and

parts of the 5,000-mile front. then slammed the door shut, letting of the light plant, said date sandwich shop. which will be yard while the other two rode off Iso," Mlsd McLean stated In her military and naval establishments

General MacArthur, showing the the bombs wipe out those within. that he was not notified of the open by Saturday," Mr Ore con- In the car.Monday. otter of Jan. 2. Lunch contesting ;

effect of lack of air supremacy, bad By this time the shooting and change In plans,' consequently the tinued. "We are going to feature, morning someone entered of sandwiches and milk, will be Transportation essential to render -

grimly acknowledged that Japanesedive shouting had roused the whole garrison signal was sounded at 9 o'clock. cubed steak sandwiches." K. B. Frank Land rum's garage seived to those who attend the roofing, plumbing, heating* and

1 bombers bad gained control of who did not know what to lie further stated that a few minutes Bruce will be In charge of the and stole a 22 Winchester automatic clinic It was stated. electrical repair services;

1I all roads from both fronts, makingthe make of it all. In the resulting con- later the telephone at the sandwich shop. rifle out of his car, be "All old cases of the Florida Transportation by any common

I defenders' task still more dif fusion most of the Commandos escaped plant rang and a voice said: Next Thursday from 11 A. :AI. stated 'Tuesday. Crippled Child ren's CJmmll.lon carrier;

ficult. but only after fighting a two- "This Is the air warden. Cut off to 4 P. M. will be "kadles" Day," "People are prowling around. are requested to come In for examination Tiansportation of waste and

BAN hour pitched batUe. the lights.; The main switch was at which time women will be getting oil out of drums and and also any new scrap materials;
: Rommel, unfortunately for them. Transportation of raw materials
which In need of -
case are ser
pulled. given free bowling. stealing clothes off the line,
On Autos was away at a birthday party and After a period of 19 minutes someone said I i Tuesday night vice" Miss McLean announced semi-manufactured goods
was not killed. The whole of his "No intoxicating beverages are and finished products Including
when attempts were made to turn Sheriff A. O. Andreu said that
Earlier than anticipated came the ever sold or allowed on the -
: staff who remained at headquarters premises furm products and foods, provided -
order from the banningthe the power back on, there were the theft of automobile tires! due Divorces
.
government Mr. Orr saW. Marriages
i was wiped out. however. because of the extreme that no certificate shall be !I...-
sale the difficulties to the rationing has already be
United States.of Autos and trucks In load, Mr. Johnt' stated. This accounted The building' Is of galvanized, gun. Run Neck And Neck sueil, for a new tire or tube to

The prohibition these sales will DRAFT : for the fact that the Iron. entirely fire-proof and warm. he mounted on a truck used. (a)

on I During the good year of our for the transportation of coml -
PreludeSeen
remain In develop- A lights over town came on once
effect pending No Tag Extension Lord 10<11, 487 couples ecUI'edmarl'lage i l modules to the ultimate con
twice for a few seconds and W., L. Andrews House
ment of a rationing plan which will as a prelude to the new con. or
I licenses: In Bradford sumer for personal, family, or
Place an estimated 450,000 vehicles scription which was to produce a then flashed off again.so that the Tallahassee Says
of Destroyed By FireA County, according to County household use; or (b) for trans.
in darkness most the
now in dealers stocks where they trained of 3.000,000-plus men town was
army 9 to 9:30. Tat Collector C. A. Knight this Judge, E:, K I'erryman, Naturally portation of material for construction -
will! do the most good. was the army' order recalling into time from : I dwelling house jut outsidethe

Rationing will be directed by the I service troops over 28 years of age. I The original plan of postingwal'dena city limits of Starke on Road week revritrd the following Im- many outsider secured licenses vided certain and maintenance sub-sections pro-
Likewise by of
In the county.
Office at all highways Into portant bulletin from Henry ..J.hirlggers .
of Price Administration. headed First of these orders to be revealed 48 toward Italford, belonging to the
by Leon.Henderson This office was that of the Third Corps town bad not been carried out of Mr. and Mrs. Wesley L. Andrews Stale Motor Vehicle quite a number of BradfordCountlan.4 For regulations.tractors
secured marriage licenses or other farm Irn-
also administers the tire rationing area which ordered .U such men course, and consequently traffic was burned to the ground Mon. NnmlnMloni: I other than

Eormula which has established quo- to be back at their posts January 31. continued to pour into town with day morning about 3 o'clock. The Thin. U to advise that the I elsewhere. pleraentH trucks. for the automobilesor
During the same time accord- .operation of
tas for headlights blazing until stoppedat tlnv limit for securing motor
every county in the country. house was occupied only by a Mr. which rubber 'or
of tires.
the intersection of Call and vehicle Hrefum will not be extended Ing to A. J. Thomas, Clerk casings!
Brown, though two couploa were the Circuit Court there were 300 tubes are essential
SUGAR Walnut where and this beyond Jan-
I SINGAPORE : streets police year
: to have moved In Monday.
A government step to prevent skyrocketing M. P.'s attempted to enforce 'the uary IS. You will please to ad-lvlne divorces granted In the county. For industrial mining and con-

Must Not Fall of sugar prices and a reasonable blackout, even though they had It Is believed the fire started the public." Naturally, also, many of these struction equipment other than

London, saying that "Singaporemust supply of this commodity been told 30 minutes previously from the fireplace. The fire i In view of thin announcement, were' from out of this county. automobiles or trucks for the operation

not fall." had called on the for 1942: In the United States was there would be none. alarm was sounded and the fire Mr. Knight urge motorist to According to Judge Perry-man, of which rubber tires.

American navy to aid them in bolding taken when the government arranged With all Its shortcomings, how department went near the scene; bay their tags MS early a* possible about two-thirds1 of the marriages casings or tubes are essential.If i,

out at this base, deemed most to buy the bulk of the the next ever, Starke's first attempt at a but seeing that it was outside the In order to "avoid the ru h." -or approximately 325 you come under any of the

vital for the forthcoming allied drive Cuban cane crop. blackout served a worthwhile city limits where there were nowater couples-were white people. There above classifications .and need ,,

against the Japs in the South years handled purpose, even if It did nothingmore plugs, they turned back. Save Iron is scarcely any way to determine new tires. go to your nearest Inspection t
be Scrap
Pacific. The transaction was to than to show the great need The fire was too far none( it was white from colored divorces Mr. point or your favorite

One British by the government-owned Defense of such practice. Surprise and said to haven'been extinguishedwith For The Collector Thomas stated though most of deuler. He will Inspect your bad
spokesman bad said:
and was taken the wblte tire and If It cannot be
"Until be Supplies corporation resultant confusion are two weapons chemicals. )tr. and Mrs the divorces are among repaired

built up, our shafl forces there can when it became apparent that we that the enemy hope to use. Andrews reside at :313 West Madison Prof. E. L, Williams, principalof people.For. he will sign an Inspection blank
we have to to a
rely
mat extent on the American would not get our usual supply of and If there had been a' real air street. B. H. S., has announced that I I the year 1941 therefore, It Mating the condition of your
navy
to regain control of the P ClftC'" sugar from the Philippines. raid Monday night, ,they would he has appointed L.-M. Eponhoitz, would appear that marrUffea and tires. If you are in the Starke

I have been gratified no end. Dr. Jennings ,Moves teacher, In B. H. S., to direct the divorce in Bradford County bad district you will then take that '

Up until yesterday there had high school boys in the collectingof something near an: even break. blank, properly filled out, to the

Postal of the Starke Poet office.) I I been no announcement that Starke Late Wedneeday n.eJlII1J; Dr. I* scrap iron for defense pur- office of the Tire Rationing BoardIn

Receipts While figures for 1940 are not would "try it ap %." H. Jennings moved hl.. office from poseo. Principal Williams asks\ New Church' Members the National Guard Armory.

High For: Year available at this time, Mr. Stump I its temporary location in the the cooperation of all citizens of There you will be checked to see

stated last week that so far a.1 Lake BaptistThe small house In Judge e:. K. Ferry Bradford County in this important Rev. A. E. Light foot, pastor, whether or not you are eligibleto

Postal receipts at the Starke concerned businessin Kingsley I man's yard, to its new and permanent work. reported that during 19-11 he received get tires. If you are eligibleand

Post, office for 1941 reached a December was least 23 II Kingsley Missionary Baptist home at West Call andBay' The scrap Iron will be tem 111 members! Into the First tires are available under the

grand total of $166.463.67.: acCording 1941 exceeded by at total Church will hold Its regular I II streets. R. H. Matbe & Son, porarily dumped on the athletic Baptist Church at' Starke. This allocation you will get a permit
percent the same month's school and later Included those received by letteror which you will take to
and Sunday School at I contractors are putting the finIshing field at the your I
to Postmaster! Fred F. for 1940. Also that the Increase I I meeting touches on the Interior of hauled to Jacksonville, Mr. Williams transfer and those taken in on dealer or any dealer In your dls-
M. Everybody I II
Sunday.
A.
Stump. (This amount Includes over December 1939 was at least 9:45 welcome.: the building. stated. profession of faith. (Continued on page eight) '

Camp Elandlng. which la a branch 1.000 percnt. I I






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BRADFORD COUNTY TKUKORAPH. ST.tRKE. FLORIDA

TV'Ol --- i allt Church, btu ioll Sunday.
J'AGR ------------- tor of the Highland >ap
---- additional
dios in Gautemala alone and others 3,000,000 persons The following Maxvllle ladles Mr. and Mrs F, M, ti
fought. Is a
American troops industries. but there
wherever in Maxlco which have Informed war here Friday, Mrs of Vanderbilt were

i k The Bradford County Telegraph If that many nurses are taken from German authorities abroa shortage of and Industrial skilled workers plant su in- were Lucille shopping Griffis, Mrs. M. Strlck i and Mrs. Charlie vlsltln Phliu,I

tls 1877 our hospitals, there will be a serious short- of U. S. merchant vessel departures -. pervtaors crafts and occupation! land Mrs. Guy Frlgo, and Mrs, Sampson City Saturday
KMtabUahed Statei! some war
United
from, the Mr. and Mrs.
1 E.: IMatthew.. ________._____ Editor and Owner age on the home front. Which means that The committee also reported findIng Tile Division said war Industries Irene Griffis. Mrs this section are the Clyde Johj|
r I will neell O. ti. Jones and proud
4,500.000 Mrs.
must }
an equal number of younger women the Nazis have perfecte now employing visitors ehts of a baby boy born
1943. Thes Mott of Lawtey were
June James
SUBSCRIPTION KATE be recruited for nursing training and ser- plans for the sabotaging of"and all! additional 9000.000 by workers can be raise here Monday.Mrs. week at the Alachua County

Yearly, $1.73; Sit: Month, 91.00Published while the fullfledgednurses utilities In Buenos Aires economic disruption Maxvilh pltal in Gainesville.
vice in the hospitals that In a crisis they could probably without serious John Mosley of
d Weekly on Fridays and Entered M Sec- are gone to war. establish operating base In'' by utilizing all existing,; was here Saturday. Lucian Alvarez of Camp
Va. visiting his
was
at Stacke Pla. ." I sources-women, negroes, foreign Mrs. T. T. Blackburn, mother,.
nod Case Matter at the Pont Office girl who now decides Argentina thos !oIl', and Sarah Alvarez here last
Therefore young and *
any older workers,
The State Department announced born, Mrs. A. Wilkinson and childrenMrs. ,
Mr. and Mrs. Tate
to take nursing training will not only a new grade agreement wtth'' displaced from civilian Jobs, he Ben Pendarvis, Mrs Geneva William, Crosb

The Army Needs Nurses- be learning an excellent profession but will Cuba and an accord with the'< said. Pringle and Miss Barbara Wilkinson -: son Mr., and Mrs. spent Frank Sunday Norn

p One Way Young Women Can Help indirectly be playing a vital role in the defense Vichy Governor of French the "ttatu Mar- AGRICULTURE of Lawtey'' were visitors her Vanderbilt.
has called for 10- tlnue to continue Department announced Sunday;
The Agriculture
The war department Issued i a
of her country. Secretary Hull
have
economic rAins
quo. a favorable The recent heavy GUM
000 nurses. statement that seizure of the islands outlook for agriculture in 1942 de made our country roads Impassable BRANCH

Many young women in this vicinity The Price Of Victory of St. Pierre the and Free Miqueloi Frencl spite entry of the U. S. into war, to automobiles and our farm By Mrs. Edd Parrbh

probably will volunteer-for they know that near Canada by agreemen due to the expanding war effor ers are having to use horses and Mr. and Mrs F. S. Sapp
Will Be High were "contrary to the accompanying mules to get in town with. I the
is probably !and prospective visiting at State Para
I joining the Army Nurse corps describe this of all parties concerned and certainly em B. Griffis returned to hit! '
of their Big and important figures knowledge 01 i rise In industrial activity, E. day afternoon.
defense
the finest way to join the country's need in men, materials and money, without In prior sense of the U. S ployment and wages. Agrlcultur< home at Ft. Lauderdale Monday Mr. and Mrs. J. E. And
;c ideals and their country. consent any i Secretary Wickard said 1942 production after a few days visit here with have returned after
I regular army nurse requires according to a rough outline drawn by the Government." wrote Prime goals call for more milk, his parents Mr. and Mrs. J, W. some time in Port St. Joe spe

i To become a previous nursing train- Army and Navy. Briefly the picture is Minister The President Curtin of Australia "w egg! pork, beef canned vegetables Griffis Mr. and Mrs S. L. Towery

t considerable this: the Army will need an air force of assurances that w peanuts and soybeans, Mr. and Mm.; Vanice Keen,

ing, so it is expected that most of the army 2,000,000 men; a heavily mechanized land consider give you the our safety of your greal and a cut in production of Wlckarc wheat VANDERBILTBy son, Vanice Jr., of Lawtej;
Mr.
hospitals. cotton and tobacco. Velma Norman spending a few days
will come from our Commonwealth as a definite essential Minis with
t nurses requirements for an army army of around 7,000,000 men; a navy of In every plan of de- also said the millionth ton ofAmerican Keene's mother, Mrs 11
the CEMETERY WORKING
Briefly Great
food shipped to
the air force a Keene.
1 30 1,100,000 men, including ; ."
and
22 tense annual workingof
,; nurse are: must be between and to Britain under the lend-lease aystern The cemetery Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Sapp
of the United huge merchant marine to transport has arrived safely.CIVILIAN the Dyal cemetery which wassupposed of
citizen
old unmarried, a PRICKS son, Bobby, Sampson tit;
years accredited high i supply forces in operation, about twice the The Labor Department reportedIts to have been held last Mrs. Dewie Warren of s.

C States, graduate of an size of that originally planned. The cost in check of 19 ,foods In 19 cities DEFENSE: Friday, January 2, was put off spent Sunday with their
par
of nursingand announced Youth AuxilIary 16 -
school on account
OCD
January
of until Friday,
school, graduate a will be approxi- showed little net change In retail Mr. and Mrs...:s. S. Sapp.
United States inoperation
be
dollars to the hall Committees will put of the bad weather
first
the
also be a registered nurse. prices during 1 for Mrs. H. H. Keene and MnK.
about January
With those qualifications, a girl can mately $150,000,000,000.Those of December. Price Administrator I In the work of local I :Mrs Ellen Barber and sons ,Norman attended chutes
with the rela- figures are far from being trans- Henderson moved to stabilize participation defense councils. OCI1 Bobby and Jerry, have returned Baker County Sunday
enter the Army Nurse corps prices of: Leather, sugar, reclaimed and state I to their home in Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. J. E. .An
tive rank of second lieutenant at an initial lated into reality, but they paint a pictureof rubber, soles and heels, Director LaGuardia said he funds may after spending a few days!' here and Mr. and Mrs. Vanlce K

what the U. S. citizen must do. The cotton "fine goods," glycerine, ask Congress to approve for civilians with Mr. and Mrs. F. M Nor- were in Jacksonville on bus
of $810 a year. for 60,000,000 gas masks -
wage old immediate purchase of U. S. Defense Bonds ethyl alcohol and dry colors. Mr. Friday.
Women between 21 and 40 years Henderson also asked manufacturers in the three coastal areas man.Levy
for the and Stamps will prove a starter toward He reported some manufacturerswere Norman and children at-
but even china lampshades,
glass
of
nurses, I
become reserve and
G can World War No 1 tended the cane grinding SHEAFFER'S SKRIP 1 1
reserve they must have had full nursing building this great fund, and is the duty of watches and silverware to hold masks selling no longer approved by the candy pulling at the home of Pt". III'. Qtn.. $1.76-I1RADf{

every U. S. citizen. The cost of victory will prices at not more than Decem- I \ The FBI announced civ- Mr. and Mrs. W., B. Bloodsworth COUNTY TELEGRAPH
training. '
i In the last war 21,000 women joined be high. It is the duty, and privilege, of ber 1 levels.PltiORITIES. 'Han\ defense courses will be conducted and family of Ralford last Tuesday -

American to help for it.I for police on the West night. Beware
stationed pay
the Army Nurse corps and were every The OEM announced war pro- oast: and later will be expandedo Mrs. Mamie Padgett of Jacksonville Coughs

auction demands win necessitate Include 260 cities and 30,000egular spent Friday night with
electrical power rationing and law enforcement officersn Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Norman. from common coldt

THIS WEEK IN THE WARt looting for the Southeast, South- rural and .metropolitan areas Mrs. Carl Sapp and sons of That

I vest, Pacific coast and part of rleilbronn Springs spent Wednea- Hang

f t ( summary of Information on the Important development of the he Middle West during 1942 and HIGHLAND lay night with Mrs. Sapp's Creomulslon relieves prompt!
made available hy official nourc.. In the Office of Government 1943. The Priorities Division WtmberlyMr. Sarah Alvarez of
week By Miss Beth mother, Mrs. cause: it goes right to the seato!!
( Itupot-tn, Washington, D. C.) ordered owners of privately-fl- his section. trouble to help loosen and t

SIGN PACTt destroyers. The Navy also sale [complete their medical training lanced defense housing projectso and Mrs. W. M Wimberly children germ laden phlegm, and aid tot
and
ALLIES I H. I Norman
Including It is converting the French liner before being ordered to active make definite statements on and Miss Freddie Wimberly of to soothe and heal raw. tender,
Twenty-six rations, ) vere visiting friends and relatives -I (lamed bronchial mucous me
the U S., Britain HUBS la and t Normandle Into an auxiliary. duty. Between 200 and 300 additional trices at which they will sell or Starke spent Tuesday here with in Jacksonville Saturday. branes. Tell your druggist to sell]

1 China, signed an agreement pledg commissions In the Naval ent the properties they construct. trs., H. C. Wimberly and family. Robert Faulkner and sister, ,, a bottle of Creomulslon with tlui
and economic re U\IIOR SUPPLY & TRAINING Reserve Civil Engineers Corps are The Division also Issued new orders C. M., Griffis was in Jackson- derstandlng you must like the wq
their military of Vanderbilt spent part of
President Roosevelt denounced available for college graduateswith limiting uses of lead and tin- llle Wednesday. Jury quickly allays the cough or 7%:
oourcen In a finish fight against last week with Mr. and Mrs. to have your money back.
limited practical engineering oil steel burlap, wool, manila Mrs. Nelson T. Green and children -
the Axis and banning any separate as "stupid" and, "unjust" the Increasing Edgar Faulkner of Sebring.Mr. .
Former non-commis- ordage refined sugar, wire and of Starke spent Thursday CREOMULSIOFor
peace. The nation also sub / discharges! of loyal, efficient expeilence. \ and Mrs. Russell Normanf
scribed) to "a common progran workers in American industries sioned Marine Regular and Re- >roducts, spare tires, passenger here with relatives. > Vanderbilt visited Marine ,Chest Colds,Bran
of purposes and principles" em "simply because the y serve officers' may re-enlist In the cars and light trucks Mrs. T. A. Brinson and Mrs. E.M. .

bodied In the Roowcvelt-Churchll were born abroad or because they rank held when last discharged Brlnaon were visitors to Starke
"Atlantic Charter." have foreign-sounding name s." If they have not been out of the (.,BOH laturday.Mr. BOREE FUNERAL HOME
declare He said such unfair discharges Corps more than four years. The President's Industrylabol'conffrence and Mrs H. C. Wimberly
of the
f The signatories engender "the very distrusts and The Maritime Commission low- to plan uninterrupted and Miss Patty Wimberly left FULL LINE UNDERTAKERS' SUPPLIES
Australia Belgium
,
tlon Include far production agreed: ((1) There
which our enemiesare ered admission, requirements for hursday of last week for their
Canada, Coma Rica, Cuba, CzechoSlovakia disunity on hall be no strikes or lockouts; PROMPT AND COURTEOUS SERVICE
Lake after spendIng -
counting. maritime cadets and cut their home at Eagle ,
Dominican Republie -
the all shall be settledy
(2)
( ) disputes
with rela-
Salvador, Greece Guatemala OPM AsHOdate Director Mill- training time in half. The Civil peaceful means; ((3)) the PresIdent the holidays here Phone 134, Starke
Luxemburg announced almost 2.500,000persons Service Commission issued a call Ivea.
Haiti, Honduras, India man shall set up a proper War
Carson
the Netherlands, New Zea have been enrolled for for thousands of stenographersneeded Labor Board to handle these dis- Miss Ethel Ricks and

land, Nicaragua, Norway, Pan training for war Industry work urgently for national, de- utes. The :President accepted M. Griffis were visitors to Starke

t ama Poland, South Africa antJugoslavia. since July 11940. He asked vocational fense work In positions paying the plan without reservation and aturday. '
The declaration tnay, schools to expand their $1,440 a year to start. Application Robt. Crews of Starke visited
aid he would act at once
It said, be "adhered to by othei courses to permit use of all their forms may be obtained at The U. S. Conciliation Service hLs father, F. M.., Crews, here f

nations which are, or which maybe facilities on a "roundtheclock"basis. any first or second-class post of- eported settlement of 28 tabor Saturda)'. 'rpllllln"l
S rendering: material assistance Some war contractors are fice. s Isputes. Labor Secretary Perkis Mrs. Joe Ford and Miss Leona ;

p and contributions to the strugglefor planning to employ as many new ARMY: announced that during the Ford stopped by Wednesday: and to
visit) Mrs. H, C. Wimberly
Hltlerlsm. In the next six months as
victory over men hourly earnings of factory -
The War Department authorized past year inolly. enroute to their home in
have In the last eighteen,
they 14.7
Increased
1 TIIK; wAR FRONT he said.AUTOS. return to active duty by Feb- wage earners ack&onville after spending the
I The Navy said It had evacuated ruary 1 of all inactive enlisted per cent; average hours rose 4.8 olldays with H. M. Plummetnd Do Your Tradingwhere

Cavite and the Army announced AND TIRES Reservists,-the majority former per cent; and average weekly family at Manatee.

Japanese tioopa entered Manila The OPM banned all sales of trainees and National Guardsmen earnings of both full and part Francis Williams of Miami was 6 pieces Rogers Silverware inj

I which earlier In the week badt new passenger automobile and recently released from active time employment rose 20.6 per tailing old friends: here Friday, given away with every $40 in tradt

t >een declared an open city by the SPAB approved an OPM planto duty. The Department said It ent. \Ir. Williams resided here some or certificates.

General MacArthur, commandingthe : halt production of these vehicles will continue voluntary enlistmentof IANPOWER FOR ;ears ago. Are
U. S. Forced", In the Far East "within a few weeks." The men from 18 to 35. The Department INDUSTRY Rev. and :Mrs M. T. Knight In RedeemedSMITH'S GARAGE

Before entry or the Japanese,, temporary ban on the retail sale adopted a uniform system The OPM: Labor Division said are announcing the arrival of a You ClJoo e

r American and Philippine troops delivery, purchase, or lease of for temporary promotion of the! U. S. has, the manpower to aby boy, Owen Milton Knight, STARKE, FLORIDA
i were withdrawn and all defense new passenger cars and of new all officers on the basis of merit. meet 1942'e deed of at least Dec. 30th. Rev. Knight Is pastor
Installations r e m o ved or des light and heavy trucks will remain I I ALIENS

in effect until January 15,
troyed.
I .
Attorney General Biddle ordered -
General MacArthur earlier had it which time a pennanentrationing '
all Japanese, German and Ital- ,. &
reported the enemy had I- program will be put Into ian aliens to surrender to local ".

I Hnly bombed" churches, hospit effect. t
police authorities by 11 p. m., '
all! convents, schools and other OPM delegated to the Office of January 5 all radio transmitters, /

a civilian Installations I n Manila Price Administrator authority to short-wave radio pots, cameras,
1 after it was declared an open withhold all new tires except for and firearms of any description.Mr .
city whereas they had only attempted essential health, safety and in-I Diddle amended regulations
bombing military Installations lustrial. services.! OPA set up tire- governing travel of an alien

previously. The president rationing boards In each countyf enemy to permit limited move- \
to the Philippine the nation and Issued regula-
Rent a message ment In certain cases where specIal \ ifi
Inlands 1 pledging that their "free- .lona providing no tire can be obtained permission is granted
dom shall be redeemed and their even for "essential" userainldiii

I Independence, established and protested a local garageman appoint- AGRICULTURE
During the week, td as Inspector has certified the The Department of Agriculture _________ A_ &

the Navy reported sinking two' reed, the local board has approved reported supplies of agricultural -
:
additional enemy ships and said the application and the number commodities are at a high level
three U. S. destroyers were attacked of Urea sold in each county with record production of many

but only slightly\ dam- III within the county quota. New !Items. The general level of prices Ik
aged. Ires were defined as those used received by farmers during the
ess than 1,000 miles. No new month ended December 15 was
PKOni'CTION FOR WAR '
emtrlctlons were placed on the 42 points above the correspondingperiod
OFM reported $78,212,000,000 tale of retreaded o r recapped last year. OPM granted
hn;> been authorized for war purposes -
manufacturers 83
lres.: farm equipment
The President told a press percent of materials used in 1940
conference that although present I'KICES
for new machinery and 150 per-
spending( Is at the rate of 27 percent Price Administrator Henderson cent of 1940 materials to produce //lam

of the estimated 1942 national set m a x I mum manufacturers' spare parts.TIIK I
i Income of $100,000,000,000 jrlcee for household cooking arw" ., l
production will be stepped( up sot healing stoves and for cigarettes, WAR FRONT
t that by next July 1 the nation and Issued a temporary schedule The Navy Department reported v
will be spending at the rate of for rugs and carpets. He sent a during the past week 14 enemy lu

50000000.000 a year or half letter to all wholesalers and retailers submarines were sunk or dam-

the national Income. of sugar stating the responsibility aged ,one enemy transport 'and

Asked about reports that Can- for keeping stable aged, one enemy transport and
p adian. British and U. S. produc- the price of sugar now rests with an additional transport and one
tion would be pooled remitting the nation' retailers. He set top I seaplane tender were "probably"sunk.

virtually In the need of the Lend- prices for 39 grades of Imported The Department said ene-

Lease program as such, the President green coffee, and revised previous my submarines bad sunk three
said that 'military renounces schedules for some 1,800 fata and merchant ships and shelled two

have been pooled since the Japanese oils, as well as for Douglas fir others. Wake Island, with Its
attack. The matter of repayment doors paperboard and cotton 400 officers and men and 1,000

would be adjusted he goods. construction workers, was reported
Mild and would largely depend i captured. The War Depart-
r on where the articles sent other I OPPORTUNITIES FOB WAR ment said an American Army
nations were used I SKK\: ICE bomber sank an enemy submarine
The War Department announced off the California coast.
.\ DAY>> It will employ American-born
TWO SHIPS
The Maritime Commission said civilian pilots between 21 and 46 OTHER FOREIGN Workers, in factory and office, know that a much needed

the nhlp-a-day goal In launchlngs to ferry aircraft from U. S. factories RELATIONSA pause, now and then, needs refreshment, too. With Ice-cold
of new ships has been reached to nations receiving Lend- special House Committee Investigating a
and by the second quarter of Lease aid The Air Corps will air transportation returned Coca-Cola near at' hand, it's easy to turn to refreshment .
1942 delivery should reach two train a limited number of men from a tour of the American
Ships a day. The Commissiontook 20 to 27 years old In meteorology. Republics to report the Axis taste-good, feel-good refreshment...without turning from work.

over 16 Finnish ships that Both groups may receive Reserve controls airports within easy distance S More work, and better work follows she pause that re/resfo
have been tied up in U. S. ports. commissions. Third and fourth- of the Panama Canal strat-

p The Navy announced launchingof year medical students and first- teglc airports In Brazil just across
a destroyer a floating work- year Internes may obtain Reserve from Africa vast stocks of aviation OTTIIO UNDII AUTHORITY Or THE COCA-COIA COMPANY >T

shop and a minesweeper, and said commissions In the Army and gas and oil In Brazil and You trust its quality STARKE COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO.u .
keels were laid for two more\Navy, and will be permitted to "no less than 14" ihortwave ra






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1942 1ZRADFORIIritAPTER I COUNTY TEUMaHAJPII. ST.tRXFwiuflA _ _ _ L
9. -
Hoard of Public .
Inlt..u"
Th
Of APIM.ICIT-ION Circuit Court of the Eighth Jndlc at Starke Florida thla Deo. 17th of Bradford C..nly. Flor- ..

OT.CE VAX I>KKI> .Ol lal Circuit In ana for Urlltord 1941.OFFICIAL BEAD A 3. Thomas., ton. U-26-5t-l.a.

f*....." Dill No. ., County, I'iorldl. do .r.by and forpgolntr
that the I. -
IIKUKHY fSIVRN abov. Jacksonville,
NOTIC1 Notice Francis M. M'HI.I.
It of the
and copy
true
holder of con.d. OF THWHKiMTM
Atty CIRCUITOt'RT
8Inulhh.r.
In Kmlnent Proceedingsissued l1. 1* TIIM
Tax CertlfIcwtl nun'b.." respectively. the (3rd.day of Docember. Jt'l)M'IAI. 'IIRIJIr)
on
109 and 11O, issued the 4th ot ISRItiC fOl MTV. FLOHIItA.I3ltADKOItI .
In the case 1t1141)F4)lilJ
A. D. 1941, KOIl 1'0'1" '
of July, .A. U. 1931, hn.filed same Bradford County it political subdivision 140.0..0. TAX HCIIWOI l>l<- > COUNTY a political

In my office has made application of the Slat of Florida ritu-r >o. 3 OK IIHAIVIltiS4.ol.4i MiibdlvlHlon of the State of Florida

M. CAIN for tax deed to be ln.u,>d and W. M. Chairman, and ")". VIOHII. ArU IX OTlfH and W. M. Edward. Chairman.

W.N,U'RELIAsa. ____ th..eon.Nald T. C. .EdwGrdK.!,, Wynn M. Ollarrell OK K1.KCTIOM. O. .Chaataln k'.,J.b.LRJI ,,
certificate respectively embrace and P. D. Reddish as mem At an adjourned session of a regular M. J' ... and .
the followtnir deicrlbvd properties bern comprising the entire Board meeting of the Board of Pub us eOIP..I.ln. Commls-the entire

1 I In the County of Bradford.State of County Cotmsiisioners of Brnd Ha Instruction of Bradford COlnty. of County apolitical
County.
of Florida, to-wit: ford County, a political! suhdtvlMonof Florida, duly called and held on .loner* of Iradfo..d ot the State

that I'm going to teU Lot S of Elk 7 Town of the State of Florida. Petition December 22. 194. and at which .
Bthis. 41r5- of
NS Emma Muthlonhard et nlDefendant .. there prenant S. U. of Petitioner.
ers. meeting
tarted about four years age Lawtey W of Ry. Bro. 23 Twp. B v. Common Law Caee No. Chairman, J. tl. Normanand 110..lda

nay have forgotten bow thing, S'fi\ I 1 I II 8. K. S3 K I Ie embraced under Certificate 1691: a* .. same ap".ar.. on file Sparks(I., C. Kelly m.nb.r. and W. Charles Dlnkln. Kt Al. ,
No. 109. DefendantsNOTICB ,
:
I'm a .
but I bven t. In this office.WITNESS it;. Mlddl.ton. County Superintendent
{then. partner In the 1ti1 Tr-J 4 of Blk Town of Lawtcy my bAnd and official of Publlo Instruction and ex. IN EMINENT DOMAINPROCHJKDINOS

Ictor. Junior Compa I Wx Hy. See. Ii Twp. 5 a it. Si seal at $ County, officio Secretary of said Hoard the

Tporland Engineering /# embraced under CertificateNo. Florida, this kir day o.t December folowlnl. amonl other proceed IN THE NAMhl OF TUB STATE
bu.l.ere
In FLORIDATO
York and my; A. D. OF '
New nothing going on. Wr 1 110. (OFFICIAL. SEAL) A. J. ThomasAs In.. to.wlt presented the following At.L WHOM IT MAT CON- .
was The assessment of the said property I J. S. N..m.n
three years with our fet ,1// ? $ under weld Certificates No. 109 Clerk .Clr.ut Court, 'r.dtordCount .."" towlttWHKHKAH. AND('glINT to Charles Dlnkln and Annie
,. 1.-1.1-1 meeting of the
Flo..ld.
t desks reading magazines. and 110 were In the name of f. I Imbue at a Instruction ot Dlnkln his wife, whose place
Board of
Florida: '
Lt bad that when Craig. Carradtne.Unle Florida duly held of residence I I. Lwt.y. .
so ( BRADFORD Bradford County
Certificates of rldenc
Bald IN roi'itT.
artier, came into the odd redeemed. according to .hal the. f'o""TY.(IU.t'IT FLORIDA, IN" CIIAN- on December 22nd 1941, there waspresented Willie Hton. .. Louisettamtey ,
petition signed by "lorld 'I4
about 'wtey.
comical story; described will CKHY. a of
with a properties .
th..ln .
y wanted a concrete chick be Hold to the highest bidder at 4-nse Ne. 1 M more than 86 per cent of the quail-. I 'Ilj wh.Patterson. Street
nvho N .. .residence *
KD built somewhere out iifcticut I % ''I the Court House door on the first JANE EtTNJCI CARV.EK.. plaintiff. .fled elector within who are the .r..hull.t..rltory Tampa Florida: Mildred L. Paul Ian,1

at each oth Monday In the month of February. .e.ldlnl tpeclalTax her husband A. T. Pall. whoUiace
looked I. CHARLES'CARVRR Defendant.ORDEJR end designated a*
we Klor-
minute. and 1942, which la the 2nd day of Feb PUBLICATION AND School District No. 3 of Bradford of residence I Is ,
for a OF iiinkineWIllie /
Alfred
'Y-eyed ruary. A. O. 1 43.Dated Florida petitioning Ida; M. 3. Plnkln.
Ithout saying a word we put this Blat day of DecemberA. NO''IJ TO APPEAR to; Charles thl Board County to call an election l to an" Dlnklns, whose placeSit

1 hats and walked over to the 1>. 194.OFFICIAL Carver whose TA Is un- whether said School res i residence respectively are unknown
r..ld.ne. d"t.rmln.
Id station to take the train ( BEAD) A. J. Thomas known., 1.111 boml. In the sum ;

tinted that coop ao bad we Clerk Circuit Court Bradford You are required to appear on of 835,00000. for the purpose of remodeling : :

wait to talk to LIthe County State ot Florida Februarv 2nd, 1043, In the above and otherwise Improvingthe 01t:1n'0a:1 right, nlt.a"IIfr -
hardly l-2-4t-l-S3 thereof .. or .
-I' named) Court and (catiee wherein existing school building;
1 plaintiff seeks llv, rc-". n..a.tord In Htarke, "'Ioril. unit for the .rlaln parcel

coop was built. Craig t IV TIIH CIRCUIT COVRT OF THHKIHIITIt County Tel..aph nhall further purpose an additional In Bradford C.unty. Florida, whichire
of State
his farm upstate. and Jl'ltlritL. CIHCUIT.UHAIIKORU Order In weekly Issues : school building vii th* essting Included part
? at n.t official at Htark. 121 designated a* "Project
hand and school grounds [load No.
alone. I : KLOItlD.1t.nUADKOKD Witness my
COllftTY. il
bft me afl back from Europe and right this Decenther Florida, and building sidewalks 603." lot-ated. Alrv.y.d and
four-thirty on seems f.'sy that. this egg comes COUNTY a poiltitnieobdivision seal st Htnrke., Florida .. Depart-
such lIned
State
Son ins about when I decided d",,-44d to resume your career." of the State of Flor. 54th. 1941.OFFICIAL SEAL. ) A. J. _. and'hool otherwise all Improving within salt l>neat latld of by the the State of Florida, and
Ida and W.M. Edward. Chair.man ( TlnmA .round.
District No. 8 of way map theref -
The by right
y and go home.loft on bank, enough to last at least ing. About nine o'clock 1 was lithe T. C. ": 'lnl'J. .L.Reddish Wynn, D. hymn King.As dork Jacksonville of t'O.rt FlaAttyn. ., and Special for the pHbllo. tree schools ihown> nn file In the office of the'lerk
M. U. llarrell I) ,
I remodeled into the cutaway a.r'ldto'd, 'ounty the Circuit Court In and
years and after thai nursery the for i'lf. 112841116IN Ih.r.ot. known ( of
whole .ettnl members entire -
We own the and after that. share coat striped pants as .orp..lling Commissioners HlKh School (but belno n prlmnryNiammar for Bradford County, Florida said
my Hoard County
111) ,1) amt for filed In the abov
is on high Petition liming .
Lite house Building and that Doris said I to wear whet, of Bradford apolitical n"n of
Craig-Borland and usingIn the 83rd day
and It's a house a couple of other piece the phone rang in the bedroom andI subdivision I of C''nt. ('"VI''C'I'*, eot'IT. ..t""Fonl the Mtich, work and obtaining for uoti public I .r)ntltled ei'tiintier.cause A. I>on. 1041. by Bradfordbounty

ent.I the firm had if things heard Doris answer. In a minuteor of Florida, .ot. .LOIUI'A .1 .! free school 1>rn..M a grant of a political siibdlvlnlon of

had forgotten it was bad. I bad never asked two she came in. Petitioners I 4.. Case No. IONALBERT II.NOI.II (or h.r litrK' sum he State of Florida, et al. against

,. Doris' afternoon mob: a at to cut down by one cent on "Stop that for a minute. Leonard. Emma Muehlenhnnl.vs. Et Al. W. CCKJMBM, l'lalntt. thereof, from.) the lownrI.Public Works tht. cost Ad. roil onilemti. anil for each public of you road seeking and high-to

( the usual expenses or give up and listen to me. Louise Bronson Dof'nianteNOTICE v. COOMHS. fWemtant.OllUlill inlnlHtinllon (or any other rtopnrt- .war purpoMes. the said parcels of
women NORMA (1.
J cousins three at all. I mean. It was a just called up. She was talking IN'itCEliblNl4 EM1NKNT DOMAIN : OF JMUILICATION AND mont of the United StAteS nov rn. liiml, .Ituat. lying and b.ln. intraitori

nclnl Center a and I began to get night with Rudolph NOTICH TO At'lBAIt ment havlnu jurisdiction' 1 thereof County. Florida, a.
hooey TUB STATE
OK
of lat l.rt. IN TUB NAMn ttdlttlonafnionies I follnwetPAItCKL
torn Russia. a couple FLORIDA to: now or hereafter) na .tin Iciulierly .1".I.d ns
OF
Norma
Hertz was a critic on one OF KLOI11I1A I 8TATW >. NO. .14
l
the conipln-' NO. 1-M It. f
at V. nocvssarv
]o have boxes be your age. You're only newspapers. "You know he's related TO All WHOM IT MAY CONANI O. ConmbH New care IndtiMtrlnl Wllllnm Trust I ion of saltl work;townr.t th. ltsari That portion of Lot I of half- ,
nit a dozen to C t':11N: fin, NOl determined saidpetition arronllng to Pint .,f Ijiw-
of Inland block I
to make a bum out. me lId Knodo having duly
her' Muchtenhnrd and liii
I hey were all Social to It." "And? > to Emma You Provllne. to appear on' Is HlKiied by morn than try recorded In the public r..rd. ''I'
not going buy htiHuand John Flo
had to luohl.nhnrd. ar. re.III. In the above 25 per cent of the nuallfleil electors I of Krndforil County, Florida I .
him he come ,
have to thwart me, don't "She told whose place of .. UI.known. January nrl. anil wherein who are freeholders.) residing lyingwithin 10O feet of the surVvy '
cause,
I'm Social Register and give me a review and he promised but whose buslnasn address named IhistrictNo. State ill, ProJ- JSert
? Always. In uuItl Special Tax lln of
1 until I married do it. But the fool told IB cure ttulph K. 1'iittH, 1703 Sod Plaintiff I seek ,lvore.$ Urlut.r"'I l.hnol said ..Uo..o *
it I knew It. So t U, and having r"n.hl.r.d B5( 3. In. b.lll
traitor to the mind goes. him was tomorrow Instead of today National Hunk Ilulldlnir.I Cincinnati 'I \ "lei, 1 "petition und the that tere ap- Idontlcal with tho Non I i
In next
I. friends of you. How long have you have to Ohio; II. 11.' JI.U1 and Mary ,; f'uhrlleetIi pi'Hi-InK nml fiiidi time that try of NW% of NKVi of l.etnl lit, V
These Leonard
and whose of Ih.I.
you'l Doe hid wife place 23
idea? sufficient und inliii South
1.1 UfhM.Witness Township
them. and they Florida mv hlnd ntfl.hll said ".Illnl I. I Iunle
[ike been thinking about it quite caU him up and tel : I this uCemher compltan withlaw. Kanr.PAUCKL. _

." "Why do I t call him up?" Oruce nK.nnlymj Dos Ken- seal at 23rd RI"rk., 1941, 1'1..11. ,.,, I Illi '.tul flndlnir. that in.Value NO. 2-1. 11. t>. u El
of
jt around though. and "Leonard he's the most. important tiny place OFFICIAL RKAIA.. J. Thomas aNHiiMHi-d of the i ii .ti-.rol; That portion NW 1-4 of NM "
months hey? Street ( '
tumble two r."I .". II of such ." of Section 25.
and didn't stroke As Clvrk of snIt CflrtRalph erty d..lrl..t 1.4 of HW 1.0
just a
unusual was going months? Why two months? man i town-I. I.Chicago Illinois; C. Homed, Fla the> list """., for I"t. nnCNiunty Townshl South, Hanl' 8'1 Must,
had seems funny that this egg of blind promised to And to al persons having or for I'lf. Ja"k..nvll.) piirpnMes IM ",: t.t'19' flo and lying within 16 ". Ilch tonterllnn -

Lorentz. Lorentz back from Europe and right give me a review. and I can't lose calmll rlirht, till. Interest Attya. 1.26.4.1-1 further finding ,that t" ."I.tnl described as b"llnnlll

singing teacher it because of a silly mistake e"t.t., or other Hen to I niel.ted ness of sahl el.I..t on the West boundary I
j 1 me. and he had you decide to resume your just or on those certain parcels of land ix ('Utr'Tr -oi'IIT.CKHY. nit"UFO."t '2.010.00. and that lie of NW 1-4 of Nlfi 1.0 of HW 1-4 at

since then and this over the day. and In Uradford County l'lorhlR which ('(U.N'ry. FLOI"lt". 11 'I"!. bond* s<> propoNml to be Inxued a point 37.7 feet North of the _
wrong you are. Oh how I went into the bedroom ale Included In that plrt State within the limitations provided hy HVV corner thereof, and rue
knew he was back. are." picked up the phone book. Hewasn't Iliiad No designated a* Project (' .. No. IO I the constItutIon and laws nf Flor thence Mouth 8'J degrees Al' 1 'Lh

for some reason. didn't you his In it I called information No. 6551." an located, surveyed COLLEHN l'UI I I'IRlntf.V. II".lnd that the> Issuance of bond feet; thonc North &4 de-
mentioned much by the time he gets would have to have and platted by the State Itoad lie- .. I.ray.d In said petition Is necim1110 48.11 4lt' Mast 2944 feet to the
Doris is week or whatever it is he They said they l.arLlent of the State of l'h.I.Ia. HORACK FRKRMAN. Tefendant.OllUUIt "rv. Kast. boundary ot mild NW 1-0
You see
of the and all the rest of his cuts the address. an by right of m. OK I'llHIIICATION ANDNOTICl IT RESOLVKD l by this The of NH 1.0 of SW 1.0 at I point
and one be taken for a swell ride. Doris began screaming at me thereof on file In the office of the ] Tt 0 Al'PKAR Bonnl of Publlf Inxtriictlon
to make trouble left for the from the dressing-room: "He lives Clerk of the Circuit Court In and OK tLOIUA to: Horace eOlnly. Florida that It Inexpedient thereof contalnlnN 0.3(1(

a month of the won't be much Park In the same for Hradfnrd County "Florida "aidPetition STATf, w ". I. un. f... the best Interest of acres, more or I, .
and kiddies." on Central West b.lnl filed In the above known. said Hperlal. ', I Tux Hchonl 1 IXntrlcNo NO. 3-R. I). NO. I

eat career she gave not paying LorenU any* building as entitled caul" on the 23rd day of You are required.. to appear on 3 of Bradford County Florida l'AlCRI M
me. I kept telling I gave the address. They said I Pee.mber. A. D 1941. by Brad torl January 23rd In the above that this Hoard on behnlk of said That portion at Ni 1.4 of NW

want her to give up they were very sorry but it was a County, a, political subdivision named Court and .aa.e. wherein district do I.HI. anil sail bond In 1-4 f HW 1-4 Section ilO.
on studying. What? number and they wouldn'tbe the State of Florida, et al., against plaintiff peeks d Bradford the amount $$35,000 for the Township 5 South Range tfKasl
to go with lot explained to him. About. private you and each of you, "eekllw to "ounty Telegraph shall publish this purpoHA stated In said petition lyIng within 15 feet of
come back a .." able to give it to me. condemn for public road and highway Order In next tour weekly ISMues. above ..efer..d to, and ditch 'centerllne described a. beginning -

a woman's first. duty; roof then. I wanted to Doris was yelling at me befor I purposes the said parcel of Witness my hand And official HB IT KIIHTIIKIl IUSOI.VEU: on the East boundary of

home. and when the she had telling even hung up: "Then you'll have I.nd. situate lying; and beingIn ...al.at. _Mt rkl..I.rla. this fle.cembet' that said bonds shall! be .aid NB 1-0 of NW 1-4 of HW .
and after him what business therel" Urad ford County. Florida. andmore d. nomination i of 8I40OOO and .0.l. 1.4 at a point 37.79 feet Northof
had our circumstances or go over the rest of my; particularly described fol- (OFFICIAL SISAL) A. J. Thomas bear dat of January lit 1942. the 8H corner thereof, and run .'
D say she I wouldn't So -I hustled on Clerk of said Court annually 51' West
else. I said and lows: Ae with Interest thereon payable thence North 81 d..r.e.
at that. But that only obligations to him. and clothes. and jumpe in a cab PARCELS NO. I-B. U. D. NO. 1 Ralph C. Rom.dy. Jack.onvll. Fla. at the rate of 3y, per c.ntp.r 76.12 feet: thence North 60 degreei .

se. have him went over apologized foi .That portion of NH 1.0 of NW Ally for Plf. annum with coupons evhi.no- 4V West 460.4 feet to endof '
to
y'left about I It she was going calling so early; and mumbledsomething 1.4 of Httctlon 89, Township 7 log annual Interest und such bond ditch; said strip of land -containing I.I.ALtl

d t two drinks. and set to pay him. about Louise Bronson Mouth, Range <1 East lylnsrwithin IN cmcrrr COURT. BRAIIFORICOUNTY. ) to become due and payable as follows 0.43 acre, more or less;
I lost. the fight. Just as I al 50 feet of the : ;
ler and said here's did I wished I could stand and how anxious we were to hav and of Project 6561, said c.nt.rll. FLORin| IN CHAN- 3140000 principal (that Is to Tbt portion of NI 1.4 of NW '.

coking out the window I couldn't. his opinion on my; wife's voice described M follows: a.. CKRY. say, one of the) bonds> In eachof : HW 1.4 Election 1 "I
but Olsen
.
I
her beln. -
Plaintiff v
ute or two saw the S C for a minute Hertz sat and stared the North boundary of Betsy 01... Peter the year 1944 t* 1981. both Township I Mouth Rang .
Case/ of
at it like she couldn't Then he cut me of?. and aid NB 1-4 of NW 1-4 at a O.tenl"lt. N. 1.9. Inclusive, on January 111 each East. lying within IS f..t .
the at me. ditch -
she undressed In of the Nit andannual ditch eenterHn. said centerllne
night 8820 feet ORDEI both
fellow point W.lt of said
dear
hat it was. That was cut me oft sharp: "My TO APPEAR years prlncpa. passing over and across10t4
she came Houth- Flor !
when thereof thence NOTICH
and corner Interest ""
because Doris likes ,- can't to recital at the FLORIDA: to PeterOlSen I ef NW 1.4of HW 1.4 .nd.
to the door of the I go ever westerly from tangent bearing Brooklyn ida Bank at Htarke. Htarke.Florida. .
is you or I do. went had slept drop a bat. noUc. "ere sen! South 27 degrees tH minutes Id 8SO-67th Street I portun.f NW 1.4 of NW -
kids Vork.You fol-
the ; where the o will somebody; seconds Went along the arc of a New said Section 2S a.
no. Thanks just paper FURTHER RESOLVED IW
old enough to have out are required" to appear on BH IT on the South bound
Begin
aid. they; got decided to Bleep over. and there was no need what curve to left having total a radios centralangle of February 2nd., 1942. In the above that an election be and the sameIs -i said KH of NWSi of H W K at .
and a '
"I've 8864 83 feet
to me and wh..elnplaintff hereby called to be held at the of the HM ,
>u feel bad Leonard. I've ever for you to come of 20 denrees u/i minutes named Court .au.e. : Court HouseHtark a IS feet West
for a while seeks divorce, Bradford Bradford County thence itNorth -
>. no; it's not that. exercises to do when I get It." through a central angle of V Telegraph shall publish this .. "Florida on the 37th day ol coiner S thereof degrees, and 4U' West run 113.H3 '*

pointed at her throat.I "xmise Bronson" degrees 18 minutes 48 second a weekly Issues. January, A. D, to determinewhether 17'West
There's four
In next degrees
of things. Order 1.4. North BO
-all sorts tome of 4.123 feet to point oftanKency Issued feet: th.n.f
something b
Bad for the voice. should be dis. "Yes. Louise said l.anc. Witness my band and official said s7t.27 feet; them-e North
why; you I don't ; thence South 1 8wt Florida this December herein described and that .t foe
about a but le minutes 1 SO seconds : seal at Htarke, as 2O degrees 0$ West 60K ;
", recital 47 besubmitted
either. gree 24th., 11)41. such election the question 60 degrees 44 West
Incus. her my 1030 feet, more or less, to the liund ''and thence) North
depart.ment shall ba "For *
J. ThomasAn 1
like. A Th..trlp
,way you r (OFFICIAl. SEAL) feet to end of ditch. .
alone of NW 306 A
of
kept looking at me \\vst boundary KH and
would be more I saw Clerk of said Court. 12-26 4t 116Ralph "Against Bonds, of laml herein described
rphan look which she perhaps you Through the double door was a 1-4 of said Mention 38: the atripof ('. Romedy, Jacksonville, HEIT FURTIIhiU niaSOLVKD 0 28 a.r. morn less.
there. described
her face when in and two women land herein con- for Plf. that there hi and are hereby appointed oonlnln. 4-it. R. NO 6*
on Fla. Ally .
did that I slept 3.35 more or loan the following CEt l.
breakastroom. and designated ) !
ready to be her I even listening. One ol talnlnl aere. roadbed AND NO. t
I
and took of such election
the nursery Includlnl a* 1-4 of NW
In
h I were far. far in a seemed to be Waldo->lampton highway TIIM CIRCUIT rornT FOI Inlpuctor. That portion of
then on. 01. to-wit)IDOl Section JR.Township
fluid hardly see me ) abode there from in and tem. kmono. one bad a baton ) PIAUI"OIU
list, and then she I ought to do was go and looked like a guest Icouldn't PARCEL NO. 2.-8 o R. D. NO. S COMPANYa ,, leek and Albert W. Anderson Kant, lyIng within 15 feet of
that. OIL
her In the jaw I knew of 8H 1-4 of BW THIS AMERICAN Hr. as Clerk of such election
ditch pen
face but she was said
window.
'king out the .p.cU".IT."U see her 'Ihat 7South. corporation under the t laws 01 hereby .Ietermln.J ditch c.nt.rlne.
for the next three months whispering Section 29 Township all of whom am over and across
wife
d to resume my nothing but vocalizing all leaning toward the Range 81 Kast, lyingwithin ,, MAlYI.N1. Plaintiff.ABBIR'LOUISH to be dily qualified therefor. terllnn MVi at pa".lnl of 8W 1-4 and a L
was and laughing.I ItBHOLVBD
something 60 feet ot-the centerllne IT FURTIIUR 1-4 of NW 1-4 of
aLDefendants NW
of
It turned .t UT
then MOBROW. portion
U. gee! That's great! the place and felt my face get hot. I said 1 of Project 651, said centerlln the Secretary of said Hoard HW of said Hectlon IS a. follows -
ready for a recital. For described as follows: Begin b and Is hereby d causethe 1.0 boundary
s going to mean was got out of there as being TO Ir..ted : Regtn on the South
for the re- was '0117. an South boundary of said NOTICES AIPPFARTo fwregolnir revolution and the of
we got ready hat on the K of K(4 of NW 1-0
thing. And igoing grab my Lottie K. .
the less said about it the fat a. Theplace SK 1-4 of BW 1-4 at a point : 1un.al 850 Florida Notice of Special Election herein HW 1-4 .le point IS feet Westof
lust slaving ; and ball recital did't help any. feet West of the HB cor nun.an. her to be published I In 810 corner thereof, and
the the
what Baton ttouicj, )
82.1
ig to night." Never. mind was stge., and thereof; thence Northeasterly Avenue Lll. the 'rdtr" County Telegraph, a: North 0 degree 49'West

guess singing's no I the advertising cost and clapped and mean from tagent bearing North 27degree. lana duly newspaper published run U.nn llf.S feet: thence North ;\

What I bated was drum- they with I Randolph and Ss minutes 16 secondsJCoat John H. Klnlaw. U. S. V.ter.n. Fa. at'Htarke In Bradford County 60 West 67I .27 feet; ',

crowd. I don't know if a thing. 1.a of av curveto duty. Augusta, Georgia. Florida, and that such publication : .tl degree O8,West 60S
something has to be up the Social clapped t an the ftVI"r: a radius of NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN b* for a period of four consecutive Lhen,. : .. 60 degrees 44'

ah? Done about what how a high-toned when Evely.was over and about 2864.19 feet and total central that you are required to appear onor weeks beclnnlnl on the> .. J......feet to end of ditch.

out everything. We like Doris does flowers bad gone up. and my flowers angle of 20 degrees 06 minutes before the 16th day at January 26th day of D..mb.r. and Th* atrip of land herein descrlb-

e this Leonard. l ready to give a recital to went backstage with through a central angle of 31degrees A. 1942, to the bill of complain! .aid Notc. of Election being eel containing 0.11 acre, more orles
we 1.
technique. She calls too, 27 14" a "I.tanc. of by the American Oil Company hereby given that a
I know do the on her mob to toll Doris bow and Notc. 1 hereby called .
you ; and sandbags the whole 672.7 feet to point of tangency: a* plaintiff against you Election *
nd that you cant her' friends Ucket. swell she wa*. and you would have I thence North 38 de.r.e. 53' 10" others, a* defendants. In the above and will be dt the HraiifordCounty .t: strip) of land 10 feet Rest

there is no work. to buy tickets at $2 a thought it was Just a happy family East 811.6 feet to Ka.tboundary named court In which) proceeding Court House, Btarke Florida and Went by s45.S f.e North .

has to be done. U only does she call up her But as soon as my facewasn't of said RE' of SW the plaintiff seeks to reform the within said ripnclal Tax Be hoc I and Hnath In the HOlthw..t corner .
) Bradford County,.
party. Northof land describedIn No. a of of
her husband calls up : 1-4 at a point 1 the restrict NW 1-4
but thinking of
a living then I'll ., all her sisters and re any more from the SB corner thereof; said : : by that certain lease Florida, on the 27th day of January HW 3-4 of flection 35, TownshIpS

",. to you maybe that and call about. critic, it got red from trip of land herein describedcontaining of I).lIII.t to paid plaintiff A. D. 1942 and during the. Rang 22 Eat.

game little wife and her aunts up something else. About a third o, or dated 31. Jt37. AO that the flours prescribed hy law far holdIng Mout., each of you ar. herebyonmmaeded
and those friends th.cr.tr'o' shall consist ol general election. at whichelection In the
her husband to friends audience were Kiss (Including demised premises to t e> and appear
elM it's that chidren WaldoHamptonhighway. : feet of Jot S and the qualified .1."torl who Bradford
to come through or bad at us bed of the old the easterly 64 Circuit Court In and for
when the flgatlng. was act Oh. yes. cul- was how they .) the easterly 44 r..t of the North are freeholders r..ldln. II said. at the) office ot

sn-j that, at alL In side when those people we had .andbagge PARCEL NO. 8-8. R. D. NO. 8 HaJf of Lot 9, In Block IB, Temple's district shall hy their determine C.unt. rlrla I" Court, In the

Doris had has its practical with It. They bought tickets 'et That portion of WV4 of NE3 1-4 Addition to the Town of St.rk.. whether The Bradford Board of County Public City at clarke. Bradford County

since we had been up Park Avenue their children-with nursemaida.Doris of SE 1-4 and 1 acre In NH corner Florida, and the appurtenances Instruction of of said Hp iclal, Florida, on or before the Kth daY
know when I tumbled to children home and of NW K of 8KK of Heotlon said land and appurtenances. b.ln& Plorlda, on behalf of .
'count. of our Issue .
took
family No. 3
my; Involved and School District .
But Tax .h.1 lienyon.
good. Township 7 Range the property ..
Doris was no and at* and then went. 25, Boutl and In of COIn what Uir tt'I..Dintl.42.t
of
my being low. middle of all the I went out 21 Cast lying within feet of ..J against In said cause, b"ndl In the sum and to
time in the About. also seeks to with the ::
nt of everything one over to the office. twott the centerllne of Project No. said suit the plaintiff accordance fDr"loln. any described parcels

of. But one thing she It just came to me she the phone rang. ,6661- said cent.rln. being described enjoin I the defendants from molesting I resolution and as oe.crlb.. of land and to show cause why
that
couldn't sing In the possession in. be taken forth
plaintiff
able she ? as | over and said the aame not
Borland >
.houle
to take
away that It was all Just "M. of 1-4 and UW 1-4 of premise during the O C. Kelly moved the aooplon set forth In
sing Wfe Uses
could arrose .al. pa..p. .
'
the ene who went I tried to shake It 'peakig. of NB 1-4 of 8) Section 25 an of .Id lease or any r.n..al or extension of 1.11 ...olllon. which and. said.. aid p"tUoo. t.-I. a* right of '
dream. ,
e dough L thereof.WJTNPR by and borrowpits r
and plenty of West "
myself that I didn't Cecl Carer. know follows: Begin on the put to a vote andunanimously way .Inle dl"h. .''.
meant that, at last tell because She spoke Id boundary of said .VVV4 of SE 1-0 my hand .n( the seal resolution was adopted with all members ..cton of "
anything about It. was, I never 3113.51'feet North of this 16th of December luted r".tlon a* ;
a way to high-hat al who Cecil Carver at a point of c.y of said Board present and fI.te ..I
had ,
t was one thing which heard the name before. "Ye. the SW corner thereof, and run A. D. 1941. I voting "Aye" and none "Nay** 5602. as lo.ate", .
taken for granted in our I do for thence North 3* degree 63' 10" (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas SPAItfCS.Chairman and shown on said map p1sthereinabove
H. VS.
can
was back to been Carver? What !onrt Bradford (Corporate t" or default
going could have) a career Mil East 2102.00 feeL to the Eastboundary Clerk of the Circuit ( I l.al of" Public referred .
se she wanted to go ; that she you "Perhaps I ought to ex of said''Sw 1.4 of NM County, Florldl I-I 4t 1-9 of. no.r" Coun. may r>. entered against you. .

18. but she wasn't wanted it Tm a singer. I happened 1-4 at a point lll.t feet Northof Instruction WITNKHH ray hand a* Clerk nf I I'
I shake it off. I Just plai In Central Park the HB th.r.oll the limItS) ty Florida.W the Clretilt Court In and for Bradford
that. She had to coudn't and dldn visiting up corn. .. ft CIRCUIT COPRT.rOVNTY. 53104 K. lIODLJTON.Bup.rlnt.n..nt and the seal '
It, and no Co. West this morning when you called strip of land herein KtOHII A >1 4MANCKHY nf County rl.rl"a. l.lr-1 day :
harpoon me 041 acre (including (low.Foland of oaM Court, I'
And. in the second how I knew February, at and I heard what was said contlnln. roadbed of the OldWaldolfanpton Harriet Poland, PlalntLr.. vs. 1671. Inn of Bradford ex-offlclo County. Plor. nf K-embor, A.t n. 1t at Stark '. i'

ad between us and recital waS ofa In Friday morn- fTC BK CONTINUWJof highway.) ORDER'er. OF PUBL7r-ATIf. '.O. .A Vf ONOICE t* sail ida and Board I. nnuir l RAI.founty) Ilorld.Thomas. < .

he dough I had salted o'clock You and each of you, are hereby TO APPEAR STATE OF FLORIDA OrPICAI. Court. In and for
commanded to appear In FLORIDA to: Oeorsre COUNTY OF BRADFORD C..1 ,
Road Mum .ln. Onnty) Florida.
I C.nt.r of State Court and for Brad- residence Is. Uoblesklll. ae Rnperlntondont ..1'.4
IRC'111T COURT. Court of the the Circuit Foland. whose T. W. fi. Mlddleton. kAttorney .
''' rY. FLORIDA IN County Juag's ber 15. thence East with 100 I.t..th.nc. ford County Florida at th. ofl. State of New York car ol of Public Instruction and T. Fr.k .ndr.m. .. f", J

*T.I County Florida for South and paralel Ra of the Clerk of said Court the Augustan Hot.l.Tou .x.orrl.l. l.c..tary of The Ana. t.r .
feet, on P'PAI'E Or
d Bradford County, to appear of rl.RIO& '
th.1 No. 13 City of Btarke, are of Public "r.io.
Cumberland r.qulr.e .
I Case lOr.. IMS by 100 test more or leee to e Florida, on or before the 16th day February 2. In the above rounty, Florida ) I CUT OF .IRADIORn of the ,liJ

fta Mosley Baker, Mills Company a cofPoira f Joint II f.et East of the 'c.nterof North of January, A. D; 142 to show named Court and cause, wherein TIFY that the above and Co. Tom.the. Eighth .Ttidl- ., I
vs.ant Everett E. Burner A No. 13. thence what right, title iQterest or lien plaintiff ..ek. divorce Iradto..dCounty IK a true and correct copy and M..lt and for BradfordPnmnt I '
and U2.73 Itat. of Uebt o( In ando shall Inl ) endrroceedlngs ;. '
bare .
A. with co.t. East .Id. of yOu of the acts .
Baker you. or any T.I'erapl 1'01.10'' An herehr
.
the I. *. Florida. .tf.
re.p.ctlv.IYL 11. to. weekly
described
No. above par- four
Road said of said
of Order ,
with of State any this r.latY. foregoing
>ER OP COAt. to.\\ Way In abov and
I' Judgment and being of land and to. show cause ,,. petition, that ti.
For.l approving
eels Notice
In of sue n the
; of
bellnnln. : correct copy
.. iiEaat official
and true .
NOTICE TO pages 67 and 58. Section 25. Bang. why the same shoIiA/not be taken Wltnes my hand amount and maturities tx>n : Domain Proceeding .
ot sate one-quarter and parponee set forthn Htarke, Florida, this December election and apnolntlng In 1.I..t
VT8 OP FLORIDA tor I the records and and c.ntalnln. I for the usee seal at palllnir 2rd day of Peeem- 1
ker residence which said judgments. or said to-wJt: as right of IB, 1941. ficials, and Ilvln" notice of .1 .. tl. In the cAse of ., '
Ia- p.tt"n. 0 141.
ciitUn. acr. mol. .* and! borrowpits HEAL J. Thm. and adopted bysaid r. .
and and way (OFFICIAL A ion, duly passed Politic Pnhfllvlfnfi
a ar of them. all 111.1. ftraifford County, a
required to thereto w reoy Together with for a section .or portion of A* Clerk of said The Board Publlo ln" mc- *'.1. of ,
nf tH
uarr 2nd. 1(41 in .pursuant Liberty Mills Com the tenements, l.r.elta..nt ln. Hate Road No. -( designated asProject E. M. Norton .Jacksonville. Fla., of Bradford County, Florida, W. MT. Wdwards.. (' Fln..I., .1.C. .
ton and
sd-
Id Court and cause, b" a..I.n..nt appurtenances th..unto and No. 551. as located, eurveyed Aty. for Plf.ix a regular meeting duly <" J T Wynn, M. O.
a corporaton. said or the 23 id .
the 29th di" In anyWliC appertaining and on map burned to and held on .8.11. Reddish as memh '
,, or P. n.
I tiff seeks divorce. Nov.m-1 Iay In February. referred to, or 1941. as the> sum "
.cord.d Rule herelnabove BRAD"oRnCOVTV. of Board 1nfCnvnty
the COURT. December. entire
plat .
|ty Telegraph hall l$41. A..I.nment 01 will on February Jnd A. t*. 1'4I. default may be Mitered against CIRCUIT IV CHAWrKHY I.Y In the Minute, of saM Tb.tnar,1 .n mmprlalnsr tile of P.radfAixt '
In : FI.ORIO nppesrs Commissioner
to-wlt (
In next four .. 6th. 194. 11 of hours of sale Maude of Public Instruction of Jnf
vs.-
.. Book I at page between the lelal A. Bnow. Pilntiff. Covnty. a political subdivision
tn. Coiin- Ralph Do-
my hand and said court trana-' before the of the you.WITNESS may hand a* C.rk of Snow Defendant. Can No. 1675. Bradford C".nIY. Florida, of State of Florida Petition, '.

P..t 27th& kl"i4t Florida. and I assigned el to Abbie L. ty Court Ilooae nf Bradford Countip idproperty the Circuit Court In and C.ORDER( OF PUBLICATION AND ember 23. 1941. I have 'a tho .* ninklns. Et A I.. T>..- <,,' ;I Ir .
offe seal r.r.
ehiriff and the IV WITNESS ,
Florida. Florida TO wInpop. few (Cas No.is
Stmrke ; ford County. NOTICE APPIAI 4Tmmnn
IClAti SEAL) A. J. ; Th. und..I.ned, '?.*. has In for sal. at publlo outcry of said Court this the JIM day ofDecember STATE OF : Maud iernnto net my the of flclsl ..*"anI..h. came appears o*. file I\', I
*. Clerk of County the 101- sell the the high-' A. D. 1.4I. at Stark* In of 187.Rome Drive, tit.Alhans ) ...1 of said The Hoard 9le"effie.: 1i' ,
upon will f!. Snow I. '
zicutiofl and of flr4Cor4ountv.
R. Hess, said 'mr forcash .
pi.ca parc.1 beat d bidder I County. Florid* New York. Puhlla In.t..Uon hand and official I
ffor PPlf. d..crlbed lot.lying. being and e.t and to Mid Fr..to. SEAL) A. J. Thomas You ar .u4t to appear on r I ; day- -*WIt-. Bradford ronnty. .
of land ot Bradford" st.ty my In the Clerk of Circuit In and forBradford February .13. In the abovenamed nrt County 'rrt.'r thi* Sled day of Peeem- HI
Count under
In the GIVEN han I wherein nr December. "In.
IC1B Of SHERIFF'S) } County.Florida. u r.rt.I Court and cause, 1511.
flee l I. hereby given 01 Florida. pa..tcula..l .at CM of Btarke, of December.A. T. Frank Landrum plaintiff seeks divorce, Bradford Official "..I MTODT.JN. A. J. Themes
a. followS: this Hat day for shall publish thleOMr superintendent nf ;; .J Court Pradfnre \
"' executions: .. corner ot $.ction Attorney PtIUon.r. Connty Telegraph Co.nty. FleeIda a I $ .

I Circuit Court of Fouth..t. Rang Jt East. D. un. A. Q ANDREW, 1TATP3' OF or FrnlJPA In n..t my-band four and weekly official issuesWitness seal I and .:.oftcl. .er.r o et r.rlo& h.U.it.l-1

5". lorldo... pursuaat North on $.ctlon Line Sheriff of Bradford Count -OUNTT Clark of the ,
,
run ot 1 i. 'om" |
fJ n final Judgments East to a point 1-1-4t.l.11 A.
day 01 June, till feet, thence f. .t Ea.t
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i FRIDAY. JANUARY
i BRADFORD COUNTY TELRGRAPH, BTAEHE, FLORIDA :

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1:11: SOCIETY !and CLUBS I Lawtey. D. C. Members Hostesses WednesdayThe EntertainU. Met Commissioners MondayAt


,
r W, T. Weeks Chapter the meeting: of the County Kathleen Norris Says ;

Pollet-Morgan WSCS Circles Enjoyed United Daughters of the Confederacy Commissioners Monday W. M.

AdamsDuncanMrs. Meetings This Week met Wednesday afternoonin Board,
chairman of the
evening at 9 o' Lawtey at the home of Mr. Edwards,
Saturday Is Innate
Last
Duncanof Cruelty
Lucius Alexander its attorney Teasing
Frank Land rum,
announces the clock at the home of Judge and The newly completed Educa- and Mrs. Hal Edwards the hostesses and T.
Butler
Lake Mice Shirley being Mrs. Edwards Mrs. I IG. were appointed to represent WNU Service,)
of her daughter Caro-i Mrs. E. K. Ferryman tional Building of the Methodist (Bell Syndicate-
marriage
of Starko became W. Roberts Mrs. I. B. Cody at a state-wide
of Mr. Morgan, the County
Ross Adams, son the of meetingfor
to church place
; lyn Howard Anderson the bride of Mr. J. B. Pollet Jr.. was and Mra. Effie Miner Health meeting which will be held
and Mrs the circles of the Woman'sSociety The president, Mrs. Roberts
under the
of Lexington Ky., on of New Orleans. at Orlando January 16
Adams becoming out- of Christian Service on presided and the ,meeting was State Defense
December 25 at five The bride wore a auspices of the
Thursday, Monday afternoon. by the Chaplain, Mrs. A.
with brown accessories. opened
o'clock In the home of the bride'sbrother fit of blue Council.
Mrs E. K Perryman, presidentof M. Darby offering a prayer. The
K. G. Duncan of Starke. Mattie 'I Wllkerson having mov-
Pollet is the daughter of the Society, presided over the defense committee, Mrs. Ethel M.
Starke Mrs.
The Rev. O. C. Powell of ed from the county her name
Morgan who in the auditorium the Biggs Mrs. Lox Green and Mrs.
L. U.
Mrs
the ceremony in thepresence Mr. and program was stricken from the.pauper roll.
performed Marlon County to number being the hymn M. F Brown; proposed that the
of the immediate fam moved from opening The name of J. A. Howard was
She is a That I May See,", make a defense donation
ilies. Appropriate nuptial selections St&rke eight years ago. "Open My Eyes chapter ,also removed from the pauper
were given by Mrs. K. G. oenlor In BHS. and will continue which was followed by prayer by 'at each meeting the donaUon to roll. Solomon Kite was again ta
t. Lola In school until graduation. Mr. the pastor the Rev. O. C. Pow- be converted into stamps to help -
Duncan, pianist, and Miss placed on the pauper roll for $5
Pollen Is manager of Post Exchange ell. :Mrs. W. E. MIddleton read a our country. The motion was carried month. James Alford was
Boone vocalist
No. 31 at Camp Standing selection: from the Bible and unanimously.. It was also per
Adams attended Ward- I placed on the pauper roll for $3
Mrs "
"Fruit Bearing. decided that a t each chapter
coming here a year ago. talked on and
Tenn. month. Nellie O'Steen
Nashville ,
,
J Belmont College per
and the Florida State College fort They will, make their home in Mrs. F. H. Long read from the .serve meeting light) that refreshments the hostesses in should keep- P. O. Hayes Were approved for : r _
about
where she Starke. World Outlook an article widow's pensions'
Women Tallahassee the Rev. Sam P. Jones one of Ing with the present economic _
Delta Pi
was pledged to Alpha situation. D. L. Kite requested the Boardto
of Scarritt College,
Baptist Circles the founders
sorority.Mr. raise' on his Old Age
h get a
who was an uncle of Mrs. I. P. Mrs. L. A. Davis gave an interesting -
Adams was graduated from Field Regular MeetingsCircle Assistance and the Clerk was in-
V Shepherd of Starke. Mrs. E. L. talk about her recent
of Kentucky. Lexington structed to take the matter up
the University
the W. Williams reviewed an article from trip to California and attendanceon
No. 2 of Baptist
Is member of Welfare Board. HenryH.
and a with the
Ky., _
Outlook the subject of the General U. D. C. Conven-
Mrs. the on
at the home of
met
He la I M. U. re-4
Phi Kappa Tau fraternity. Jones, of Sampson City,
Pastors. at Los
Mexican tion Angeles
treasurer of Southeastern Management Floyd Green Monday afternoon "Training quested the help of the Board in

i Co., in Jacksonville, and with 10 members present. The circles separated for their 'I The February meeting will beheld getting W. P. A. employment

is a member of the Seminole Mrs. W. B. Alexander loader,' business meetings and to make with Mrs. Junlus ,M. Smith. The County attorney was Instructed -

Club. led the devotional the topic be- plans for the new year's work. During the social period the to examine the Board's"Employers'

ing "Challenge To Witness." Mrs. Mrs. W E. Middleton is chairmanof hostess served delicious fruit sal- Liability policy" and

P Whitehead-Pede N. II. Thomas was welcomed as Circle Number One; Mrs. G. ad, crackers and tea. to take the proper measures to
C. Powell of Circle Two; and Mrs.
there
a new member. Besides the four hostesses
that the County is fully protected
see
+ Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Peels of Next meeting will be held with E. L. Williams of Circle Three. were present the following mem- -In case the present polices

Lawtey announce the marriage of Mrs. L. H. Jennings. Mrs. R. B. A fcoclal period was held in the bers: Mrs. O. L. Beasley, Mrs. are inadequate.

their daughter Opal Virginia to Alvarez will lead the devotional. auditorium and refreshments serv- M. F. Brown Mrs. Ethel M.

I> Alfred Douglas Whitehead 0 fLake Piano were made for the circleto ed from a table centered by a Biggs Mrs. A. Z. Adkins Mrs.:

|f Hutler. The marriage/; beingan provide layettes for destitutenew vase of artistic pink dogwood J. M. Smith Mrs.. L. A, Davis, Health Clinic

event of December 20th. Mr. born babies. Mrs. R. A. blOHHoma. The hostesses Mrs. Mro. A. M. Darby Mrs. W L. Makes Good ReportThe

and Mrs. Whitehead will reside Green was appointed supervisorof Perryman Mrs. Titus Olson Miss Wall, Mrs. Lex Green Mrs E.

la Liiwtey. this work which Is personal Olive Ray, and Mrs. E. L. Wll- S. Matthews Mrs. J2. K. Perry- Bradford County Health

service. llama, served tea, sandwiches and man. Unit which opened its doors for

KATEICipt. The meeting clown with prayerby cookies.At business in, the Courthouse May ,

AIR CORPS Mrs. Alexander after which the close of the social period Junior Woman's Club 1, 1941 had 4,656 clinic visits dur-

delicious refreshments were served the pastor Rev. G. C. Powell, ing the eight months through December -

by the hostess. talked about the articles necessary The Junior Woman's Club will 31, according to Director

v Circle number 3 of the Baptist to furnish the kitchen for meet Wednesday night at 8 o'- B. R. Boone. During'thta period

Woman's Missionary Society held the Educational Building. It was clock: at the club house. The 1,183 blood tests were given. Of

IJwa Its Jaifuary meeting at the homeof decided to buy dishes, kitchen president. Miss Hope Haynes, will this number 739 showed negative. When Maude and her husband came to u* for their first dinner party G'

Mrs. Ethel Biggs last Monday utensils etc. and the following preside. Definite plans for Red I There have been 2,282 treat married people Dave my husband began ,teasing her. To my horror hi mentioned

with seven members present. The committee was appointed> to purchase Crews work will be made. Host- ments given for syphilis and 58 the name of the man with whom Maud. had been in love.

devotional was led by Mrs. Alder same; Mrs. Titus Olson, esses: Miss Helen Dowling, Miss for gonorrhea during the period., By KATHLEEN NORRIS

man. Scripture reading was taken Mrs. A Z. Adkins and :Mrs. W. Marguerite Deyorlo, Mrs. R. G. Pre-natal visits during the eight- ttr ITS NOT FUN

4'v from the Book of 1'salmn. The B. Sewell. :Kidd Mrs. Glen. Wood. month period total 113, Dr Boone \HREE years" ago, No one-not even the teaser

4'' watchword "Oh send out Thy stated and 20 tuberculosis patch 1 \when I was 18, writes himself escapes the consequences -

Tom 4 elw.ya I aoloa when he light and Thy truth," was stres- tests were given. Janine, "my chum of the hints that are

l Kutwio there's more of her sed. Some interesting literature The following Immunizationshave Maude and I thought we were dropped "all in fun." It's not

:fruited Spice C..k. for html Kate was read by Mrs. H. L. Brown- Callstreet been administered: 147 diphtheria Our two boyfriends concerned
win her wings! with RumJordthebaking loe, Mrs. J. E. Fetch Mrs. Ethel Carolyn a deeply in love. I fun for anyone' ,
powder thai lives cake. such 126 smallpox and 22 ty took us everywhere, when a husband begins to
.. cookie the Btggs and Mra. !II. W, House.
a lovely Ugbtn i, mikte phoid. Seven clinics have been about
everyone calla on the bfatnt FRCCtHEW The hostess served delicious refreshments dancing skiing, to movies suspect that the jokes
p booklet. containing: dozen ef held during the period. his wife have some basil
assisted by her small and clubs and we felt may
night
bright Idea to improve your bating.: Friday January 30, a crippledchildren's
Addreen Ramfora Baking Powder daughter, Dotty Sye. The next Where' was! Mosea when the sausage from his ice box the be there was no harm in the in- in truth. 1"s not fun for any
clinic will held at
Box B,Bomfoid.abode inland.a I meeting will\ bo at the home of lights went out? Well 1 I same night An' Ethel Biggs that nat- one when a wife loses her
which time approximately CO timate relationship
Mrs. Darby.Never. haven't had time to check or calmly telephoned for help whilea best friend because, her husband
crippled children will be treated truly
--- .- -.---, -.,- Moses yet but Lil Sternberg was prowler was vainly turn In' the It stated.Rotarians. urally resulted. I can just can't resist the
-- eatln' a nice sizzling hot steal back door knob Others reported was say that no thought of hesitation temptation to make personal

in a Call Street eatery Monday in various parts of town or guilt ever crossed my remarks. Kathleen Norris believes

night! when the surprise blackout If this sort of thing keeps See Magic mind. that those who enjoy

struck in full force When the family better designateone
up every their
Members of the Rotary Club "When I became engagedlast teasing other have in
1 LET YOUR SHOES GET IN lights finally came on half ar member as night watchman were highly entertained at their however "I told makeup a streak of real cruel
: hour later, Lll's steak was cold atHitler's What with rubber becomin'more _year
I the than regular luncheon Wednesday with of that affair. He ty. "Te lJing." she says "is innate -
THIS CONDITION. THEY heart so she 'gave precious gold you can Dave early
i feats of magic performed by the
whole thing up as a bad job expect a wave of, tire ,snitchin' Immediately assured me that cruelty seeking an out
'' Mysterious Fay and his partner let." Don't be deceived by the
momln' sweet
Next one young
WILL RUIN YOUR FEET and had not
Lady Ellen. These entertainers he was no angel
employe of a Call Street druggerj -, fact that it is supposed to bet
are at present appearing before expected me to be one, and
bemoan the fact that the
WE ARE EXPERTS AT REPAIRING LADIES, was moon continued t o shine sc Spotted an* Jotted: Shellle Hall various outfits at Camp Blending that he felt that sort of thing oughtto joke.to .

SHOES vel"', ver' fetch In' in her new red and have also staged shows at be forgotten.
GENTS AND CHILDRENS the blackout
brightly during perlod Fran hostess- sting and hurt under a merry
hat Opperman numerous Army camps throughout "Maude was also married com
She was tellln' a girl In' at, a luffly cbili.party ;. the country. The program weeks ago, and after her honey- mask: of fun. It la always "JlIIij]
about bavin handsome
friend a
I BROWNSTEEN'SMODERN lad under perfect control if ithadn't Blake Jackson an' Leonard Kin- was in charge of Bill Mundy and moon she and her husband came to fooling."

chen singln' up with the Naval the Rotarians entered into the us 'for their first dinner party as When he carelessly and laughing-
been for the brilliant
SHOE REPAIR SHOP Reserve Luther Wilson leav- spirit of the occasion cooperatingwith married people. We had a table of ly baa threatened the actual foundaj
.
A. road -
patrolman
119 N. Walnut St. Opposite Fort Office moon nearby the conversation In' the City Barber Shop in favorof the magicians and making eight and.everything: went perfectly lions of a marriage as Dave in hl*|

'. interrupted the Army Robert Green the event a big success. except that Dave began to tease light-hearted banter with Maude ha
with tbla remark::
disquieting
gettln his dates mixed and black her and to my horror mentionedthe retreats coward-fashion. Dave pre{!

"You know what you're supposedto ing-out the wrong night Mack Woman's Club To Meet name of the man with whom tend not to realize that he may,
do blackout? .
during a
FUNERAL DIRECTOR McCoy takln' time'off from sel- Maude had been In love and asked have started suspicion in the mind

Possible for Me to Bender Keep perfectly calm and crawl lin' Coca-Colas to drive Jac' An- him. of Maude' husband
Bly Many Tears experience Makes It The Woman's Club will meet her if she ever saw
under the nearest table! .
r EFFICIENT. PROMPT and COURTEOUS SERVICE drews around durtn' the noon Wednesday afternoon at 3:3O: ( at "All this mystified Maude's husband May Regret Ber Secrecy.

MODERATE PRICES 'TwouIJ have been a dull hour Jack Halle': returln' to the club house.' The president Maude called me up In a You were smarter than Maude to

DeWITT C. JONES week (always a let-down very after Washington after a holiday visit Miss Evelyn Stump will preside perfect panic the next day laying' that ;yOU made a clean bread of
with the home folks told :Rod anything of ft '
over the business session, and the she bad not ;your own early weakness In *
Starke Florid the holiday*, you know) but for ..
,, r had
7 that Dave when
A a the exciting announcement of sc -- !" program will be in charge of Mrs. her early affair and safety of engagement day,
Lk D. chairman of Beautl- simply infuriated her by his teasing to win tha
Personal nomination for moot t Vlning, Dave wa *o anxious you
many holiday marriages among I
fication and American Homes. task Immediately I told Dave h* could have done asgirl a
'' nothing you
our sweet young things about- devoted sisters In town: Patsy an'
The will be aid that he would of course not Maude riot
Mr him. ,
guest speaker would deter
school Opal Peele now Mrs. Cleone Edmondson ., Jever notice -
Johnny Whitehead Shirley I the admirable politeness of Luther G.;. Powell, who has had go on with it, and added tnt he to keep her secret, and she may jtl
much experience in the culture of would .never have thought Maud live to regret the decep oa.'
Morgan Mrs. John Pollet' young John Anderson? An'ditto
-La. Carrie Bell Bennett Mrs. Foster Bobby Bigga'.Add NewYear's flowers and shrubbery. Hostesses wa that sort of a girl, You had better give up the bop

resolutions To be kind for the afternoon will be Mrs. CaaseA a Quarrel. of continuing your friendship with
Coker An' Marjorie Thompson : as how this made
Mrs. Floyd Rosier. Seems an' sweet to everyone as Mra. J. C. F. Ward Mrs. John Uglow, "You can imagine Maude; young wives almost alway
Mrs. A, E., McKInney, Mja F. F. me feel I was *o mad that we have to sacrifice their schoolgirl
the new home ec. course at' BHS M. Brownlee is Orchids to first
Stump Miss Evelyn Stump, Mrs. had what Dave called our ,to the claim of hutS
friendships
la workln like a charm Also Mrs. Steve Weldon who's gettln'a but
hear that Chester Moody (just group of girls started makln1 N. D. Wiainwrlght. Sr.. Mrs. 'E. knockdown-anddrag-uut fight friends b.nda. and you will be no worse off

Army-lzed) baa taken unto him bandages for ,the local ambulance K. Perryman., .we got and over decided It and to were forget the than the other Make new friends

self a' brlde- -Edwina Burroughs corps ., Surely miss Jack Sale again devote ;yourself-as I am lure :yon
i PROGRAM' OF WEEK: nEOIMMIXO JAN. 11, 1041 dlers an' since the M.; P.'s had whole thing and start fresh. But a the full-
to
devoting yourself-
(Lake Butler) My my from the five an' ten Seems later he asked me how are ;
been bemoanln' the fact day or two and
recently time Job of keeping Dave happy
You certainly can tell there'sbeen Uncle Sam tapped him on the
Sunday Monday Jan 11 12 on rationing of marriage shoulder, too, you know Hear that they didn't get in on any of long my intimate relationship had with I building for you both _a sound and
the Ersklne decided my first sweetheart gone on.
Peg
parties successful marriage.But .
"W1 EK IN HAVANA"With licenses with Artford Brown( has joined forces this would be a grand chance to answered only for about three if he continues. his teasing,

Alice Faye John Payne Carmen Miranda Newest Pastime: burglar baiting the.. ,.state. as a gasoline Inspector -- fix everything Transportation: month, and nothing more wa said and extends it pretty generally to all

j Comedy - News Hear Noon Walnwrlght was beln' furnished by the Farm, "Yesterday morning the paper ;your friends one way to spike bit
and Imagine the'consternation of mentioned the fact that Maude Ison cheerfully
I I. to acknowledge
scared with wild If Pt olio gun
one
away ,a you ever longin''forsome
the M. P.'. when arrivedat the women' committee to provide unless ht'l
Tuesday Jan 13,-DOUBLE FEATURENo. they that David isn't happy
banshee yell las' Friday. night real old-fashioned organ amusement for the men in
the Y and found two
austere
Frightened the prowler so music, jus' call on Charlie Lou teasing, someone.
I"SKYIURDER"! and Dave made a sneering
,
camp
"Black Marias" waltln' to take like "He'll tell you
Say something
bad he left hIs shoes (white moc- Vining Seems she picked
up reference to It he aid this wa onlyIn
them to ; undersized,
With Walter Pidgeon the Prison Farm! that your children are
casins )on the back porch steps one of these relics up in Gawgia fun But later Maude lent mea

No. 2-"FOR BEAUTYS SAKE" Noon still carries 'emaroundlookln' recently Which,J ears out the They balked at gettln' In at first, brief cold note, laying; that they rom- and that If you'd been have at
thinkln' somebody was tryln' to smart a* be is you wouldn't
for CInderella. theory you can find most anything to buffet
With Ned Sparks Marjorie Weaver could not come a party ana
fine
"get even" with 'em But had to pay that speeding ,
Capt. Beasley is bemoanln' the in Qawgia if you look hard that we are giving after the big

Wednesday Thursday, Jan. 14 15 loss of some precious country enuff Call Street addition: when finally persuaded that football game, and I know they that he knows you' and Betty Insurance camehere ,
everything was on the level, they to dinner to get our
Attractive brunette' Vivian Mc-
DOUBLE FEATURENo. : have given two dinner at least in II
climbed in an' rolled but don't take It serlouily. Dave
Cord jolnln the staff at Carpen- away to a the laaf month but we have not "
l-'SUN VALLEY SERENADE"With ter's grand even in' .. Climax came ,a darling In spite of it all
THE CALL TO THE COLORSIS Jr. Women'get Un' set been asked to their house yet, I
Sonja Henie John Payne to start knlttin'. rolUn' an' sewin'for after supper when they were entertained ,am afraid David has carried his No Perfect Solution.

A CALL FOR DOLLARSIDig the Red Cross '' by prison Inmates ammunition
., Good work fun too far."Maude This makes what
No. 2 "RING SIDE MASIE"With
room needed Anybody got Quite accidentally ironic: M. P.'s I I. my oldest friend, and Dave baa in store decidedly wet But

Ann Sothern Ceo. :MurphyLATEST any good suggestions? ..Volun In "Black Marias" to the ,Prison w* have talked for year of the It Is not a perfect solution. There itDO

WAR NEWS Ma teers for the YMCA's Button Hole Farm to be 'entertained by prisoners pleasure we would have all'br'.dea perfect solution for so serious t

Club: Kate Struth, Marcia Spark- doing our chopping and discussingour fault except the solution that must

i Frt. Sat.. Jan 16 -IT man. Margaret Duncan Amy Co- housekeeping together. Can you come from the tease himself, a genuine

DOUBLE FEATURE r burn, Mrs. W. A. Bonham Mable Well folks: Better start make any suggestion that may save resolution to be considerate of

No. DESPERATE CARGO"With Strlngfellow Lucia "Alvarea restln' up for that annual eventof me from losing her friendship and the feelings and misfortunes oi

Their motto: "Darn. It for the events President's Birthday Influencing Dave not to teas her or other:
Carol
Ralph Byrd llughea
; soldiers!" .Save'your buttons ,.Ball This year on FridaY remind her gain of the past? In New York' some year ago

No. "SORORO KID" and patchln materials Turn January 30 Nat Stern- A Fatal Flaw. there wa a complacent wife wbo

With Dirk Foran Leo Corlllo Andy Devine deep. Strike hard. Our your name in, and take some berg has already booked Ted A teasing husband my dear couldn't sufficiently impress all of

Last Chapter "SEA RAIDERS" Serial boys Deed the planes snips, and darnin home with you If you Sherwood and his band so a good Janine is a much more serious a*, who had suffered in the general

CARTOON guns which your money will help can't stay at the Y and do It jive will be had by all 'Course matter than it sounds. Impulse financial collapse, with the fact that

to buy none of us girls have a thing to toward murder theft anon and the and her husband were luckier

If you saw a bunch of )t. P.'s wear so you hubby better look forgery: are kept in order by the than ever and richer than ever.

SATURDAY MIDNIGHT SHOW 11:30: P. M. Oo to your bank poet office,or crawl Into a couple of "Black out for a ral don the ole bank law. and! by a man's natural fear ofnmishment. "Isn't it wonderful she would

I'' "RENO"With arum. and loan asaoclallon. Marias" an' head for the Prison roll In the next few days But teasing 1* a fatal babble happily "Harry Jut got out
Farm lad Haw in the between' tt This In time and into That when
Sunday afternoon relationship
But the Ball
Richard Dlx Call Patrick TeD them you want to buy Defense you Birthday U the -
weren't "seeln things" It event of the year so let'o make married persons and I don't knowof It was going to make that seniaLtonal
r Also-Selected Short Subject. Bonds regularly, starlingnow. rise, and just before the crash
really happened! Seems a the most of it, says your (ready any cure.Teasing '
"
group of State Farm ladles volunteered an' wUltn') i* Innate cruelty seeking; sold our place for tare time

to entertain some 'sol- Carolyn an'' outlet. It veil its Intention what It would bring today!" .



h. JANUARY fly 1942 BRADFORD COUNTY IKLKORAPII. STARKK. FLORIDA PAGE FIVE a''

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BITS of LOCAL Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Turley rmb 30th. 1941.OFFICIAL In Stark. Florida until one (1::01 .1",. 'h,
. NEWS spent the week-end with relativesIn I ( : SEAL) A. J. Thomas P. M) E. H. T.. on Friday, the 'J ,. "
1
A* Clerk of said Court lath day of January, 1943 at which .1
Lakeland 1 ChttK R (limn time and place all bid received. ,
f '
Atty for Plf. 1-2-41-1-23 will be publicly opened and read ;1. :J

d Mrs. J. M. Darby have Col. and Mrs. D. E. Knight Ira P. Shepherd Jr.. left Sun- Mrs. L. H Jennings and Mrs. 1I SIX aloud. ,)};iI, ;I ,i t
1. Instruction to Bidder, Form or
|ling relatives In Fort spent Monday 1 n Jacksonville, I day for Jacksonville after a visit R A. Green spent Tuesday afternoon I IN CO. rmri'irOIHIT.!'N'I',. FMHtlHtl. nn IV'i IIIIM->rom> Proposal. (Oeneral Condition, Del .. .. i f Ii

where Col. Knight attended COUrt. here with his parents, Mr. and In Jacksonville. i ..:IIV. l tall Hpeclflcatlon, Form of Contract 1 EI I'' ,.\
runo.. 17O3 and Bonds and Drawings maybe I )
Mrs. I. P. Shepherd. INCHSERMON \VI11 laftl'ox.. I-lnlntlff, examined at the office of the *.
eo. W Thomas has asher Capt. J. W. Brownlee ban writ- Mrs. P. M. Barefoot and Miss vs.Ellsabeth City Clerk of Stark. Florl..j and l'' f!

sister, Mrs. Mary ten his family that he la stationed Capt. Owen W. Griffin of Camp Sara Barefoot spent Wednesday OF Cnx.PtlltLlCATION Dpfondnnt.OUUKU AND at heliner. the office of the of Firm of Reynolds ltlch-. \.. ...

as of Ft. Myers. for a short time at Seattle. Blanding la spending: a seven-day afternoon in Jacksonville! i I NOTICE TO AITKAH Brewton. Smith and Hills 8th i\I"\ '
Wash. leave In St. Augustine with his STATE OF FLORIDA to: Elizabeth Floor, Florida National Dunk IlulldInir. + ,
Cox, who. residence la un- Jacksonville Florida, andcopies 1 j ,
j
M. Darby and Mrs. De. mother Mrs. O. J. Griffin. Mrs. Shellle Hall spent Monday I known. I thereof obtained upon payment ;
of Gainesville spent Mrs. Li. O. Cowdrey has returned and Tuesday In Jacksonville with I You are required. to appear on of $30.00 for each net. which ',. I
(ones REV. ROBERT H. HARPER February 2nd I94J, In the above payment will he refunded. upon return '
Mr. and Mrs. her sister :Miss Edna Hutto. '
y In Jacksonville. from Weet Palm Beach Eldrldge Smith named Court and cause. wherein of such set In good condition :
I where she has spent the past several and daughter, Diane, have returned plaintiff aeeka divorce Ilradford 'within ten day after bid have I'' o:(
week from a holiday visit with relatives Mrs. Simeon Phillips 'of Lawtey County Telegraph. nhall publish thisOrder been. opened and read. .
Th sad .
/ .
iula Langley; of Pelham Infancy Boyhood of ill In next four weekly. lamiea.Wltneea The *Uil City Council reserves. V t'J
her 'childrenMr.Ed In Shubuta, :Mlm. is a patient at Riverside Hospital, Lesson for January Hi Luke it 25- my hand and official the right to waive any Informallyties (

siting Langley and G. W. :Mrs. Charles Jones of Atlanta, Jacksonville having undergone an 35: 39. 40. seal. at 30th Htark! 1941.. Florida this December In or to reject any or all bid.. j

In Starke. Ed Langley Ga., Is the. guest of her son-In- Mrs. C. N. Christy left Wednesday operation there Monday Colds Text Luke It 52. OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J Thomas Each bid must b* accompaniedby ,
cannier'' check certified
a or a
-
of the De Witt C. law and daughter. Mr. and Mrs.I. for her home In Valdosta. A late book on etiquette Include John _. Cowl A" Clerk. of aid Court. check or bid bond In the amountof
bye Home, P. Shepherd Ga., after a two weeks' visit with Mrs. Leah Stevens of Tampawas the proper decorum at a christen Arty for Plf. t-X-4t-l-33 five percent (ft per cent) of the
'
oral .
I be rparents, Mr. and Mre. S. R. here the first ', of the week ing. Joseph and Mary did not have bare bid a* a iruarantee that the

WYaNWIIWWIYIaWIIWIYI' .' .IWIUIIIIIIIIWIIIIiWIJIWIIWII.'IiIIIIIIIIWI. Johns. visiting her sister, Mrs. W. H. such a book but they knew Jewish bidder within If awarded ten (10)the con.e contr..t.will ullv., ,
ia4laYie.ea
.N Struth, and brother A. H. Green. custom and they brought Jesus into iv rmri'iT rot UT. fHADPORDt'o1'N'rY calendar. day after written noticebeing JqJ
'
VM>HII>.t '
IV CIIANCRRY.
the his fortieth for | -
Miss Mona Claire Marshbur temple on day a given of such award enter
consecration service. Into a written contract with the
loriJa :Jkealre of Tallahassee returned 'home Mrs. V. B. Harrell and chil- The aged Simeon in himself typical Benjamin K.Cue Uaunt vo. ,1704 Plaintiff City of Btarke. Florida In accordance -. '

Sunday after spending a week dren spent Sunday afternoon in of the yearning of a notion anda v. with. the accepted bid. andgive
'daunt. a performance bond satisfactory
with her Mrs. G. Jacksonville\ Mr. Harrell world for better HMtl K. Defendant
grandmother, visiting something recognized OliUKH OK PUBLICATION: ; AND to the City of Starke, equalto .
W. Alderman.Mr. who is still confined. to Riverside in the Babe the long-prom NOT1CH TO APPEAR one hundred percent. (100 per '"'
Healthfully Air-Conditloned Hospital. ised Messiah and spoke of his hopes STATE OF FI.OIU11A to: llattle cent) of the contract price. q14\ '
concerning him-in a song of reJoicing R. Cliiunt. 417 Citthkert }toad. Kew No Bidder" mar withdraw his bid "t
and Mrs. W. B. Sewell had
which has become known as llnrdpiin, Ix>nn Inland, New York. within sixty (60) day after the it ;
WEEK BEGINNING JAN. 11TH 1942 as recent guests Mr. and Mrs. John Keene left Monday for the "Nunc Dimlttls." And we may You are required. to appoar on data. set for the opening thereof.. :\ .
GRAM '
,
:3 B. Cottrell and family of Lees- the Panama Canal Zone after beIng now see that his words were truly named February. Court:2ml, 194.S: In the. above CITY OF HTAB.KE. FI.OIUr r. ,
and .
burg and Mrs. Hamp Sewell of employed here for the past prophetic. He saw in Jesus the seeks divorce. cause Bradford wh..r.lnplaintiff t-8-4t-t-SJ Byi Carl John, City Clerk. f.'Yt; I

Sunday & Monday, January 11-12 Temple Ga. six months by the Wolfe & Mc- salvation of God "prepared before County Telegraph' shall publlKh. this "f

Vlso Mid-nite Show Saturday, January 10th'YOU'LL Leod Construction Co. the face of all peoples." "a light Order Witness In next tour hnml weekly.. Untie .
m\r and nfflrlali f fi
for revelation to the Gentiles. and .
i al at stark. Florida' this December '-i \
/ NEVER GET RICH" Mr and Mrs. Jack Briggs Miss -
the glory of his people Israel. 101 ll, 1941. I < '
f Betty Briggs, Mr. and Mrs. John John Wear left Saturday for I After the consecration Mary and (OFFICIAL HEAL! ) A. J Thomas SANDWICHES 't.'V. ,

With Fred Astaire Paulette Goddard Love Wilkes all of Jacksonville, Michigan University, Mica Kay Joseph returned to Nazareth where All'I..rk of nulil Court ,;,

dded-Latest War News & Superman Cartoon were New Year's-. guests of Judge Wear left Sunday for Oberlin Jesus grew up In a perfectly nor. 1.41131If SHORT OnOf

and Mrs. A. Z. Adklns. College In Ohio, and Corp. Bob mal childhood unmarked by any : n'J
r..If'I'IT
rot "1', n. III cull)
special incident the visit to
except
Wear returned to Fort "
(
Tuesday YICTI. _
FI.OI..U" 1'41
lesday, Wednesday & Thursday, Jan. 13-14-15 Knox, Ky, after spending the Jerusalem when he was 12 years ol (: l'ILtN'FH4Y. PLATE LUNCHES ,tl)
Dr. and Mrs. C. C. Mendoza
Two Indicate the char.
age. things! (C'a. VoKpple 1110.
'SHADOW OF THE THIN MAN" j were here Sunday at the home ot holidays, here with their parents, acter of the Child-the statement Nelson Uowen. Plaintiff.

Mr.' and Mrs. T. J. Griffin, and' Mr. and Mrs Robt. B. Wear.HAMPTON I that he "advanced in wisdom and v". REGULAR DINNERS 1:
With William Powell & Myrna Loy they were accompanied back to stature and in favor with God and John T.:. Knwen 1'tIHLK-ATIO.V IVfpmlnntOUDKIt AND i

Also-Latest War News & Comedy the city by Mrs. Griffin. I man" and the statement that when NOTIO: Tt> AI'l'IOAU COLD DRINKS
14. "
Jesus returned to Nazareth after he STATM OF ..Ft.olllHA: John T. ,
Mr. 11.V.. Morrow had begun his ministry he went InU Dowen, renl Friday & Saturday Jan. 16-17 Miss Helen Wolfe, of Waldo, the synagogue, "as his custom You are rfiiulieil. to appear on9'nbrunry HOME( : MADE PIES

DOUBLE FEATURE PROGRAMl"BLONDE who has been an employe of the !\U .;. \VIGGINS ENTERTAINS: was" on the Sabbath day. named. Court 2nd. and 1943 rn.In....the wherein above. pi'Too

Western Union Telegraph Co, for Mrs. H. B. Wiggins entertained Thus on the human side. we find plaintiff' seeks divorce' Krndfnrd

FROM SINGAPORE"With the past few months, was trans Tuesday evening with a dinner In Jesus a perfect example untt wooly Telegraph shall. puliUHh thla

Florence Rice & Leif Erickson ferred to Key Went, leaving last honoring( Mr. Wiggins on the anniversary children today and follow youth.the And example let parents 01. Order WltnoHi In. next mv. four hniiil, weekly and official fxiiiipa. No Ik-er Or Wine :,.
'
of his 62nd seal nt Stark, Flurlilii' :,
Sunday birthday. thle Uecomhrr Served :
1 Joseph and Mary and consecrate 27th, 1MI.OFFICIAL ,
"SUNSET IN WYOMING"With '
No. Those present to enjoy the'evenIng their children unto God In their in ( HI.J\I.) A. J Thnmaa 'f,
& Burnette Wednesday of last week Mrs. were: Mr. and Mrs. Orle Wig fancy with a consecration that In. All Clark of nil lil l.o..t
Gene Autrey Smiley '
Rowe, mother of Mrs. Roy McKinney gins and family of Starke, Mr eludes themselves-that they may V. K Knonlvx, JiukHonvllln. Flu.

from the Pine Level sec and :Mrs. Leo- Wiggled and daughter bring their children up aright, bolt Ally for 1'lf. l24tl23I TilE J

his Week At The Ritz tlon. was taken to St. Vincent's of the State Farm and Mr. by instruction and by leading the 1"1.1. l'Oli III" :. ...

I Hospital, :Jacksonville, for a blood and Mrs George Williams and way. ,....,..... It 'HUlK"11.0:11: :' : ANIIIl
transfusion.Mrs. of A & AlCAFE
Sunday & Monday son Hampton.Mr. Legion Center Notes "'1'..'a\7'IlK 11._UUI'I'IO'41 PIAI11iit (.

and Mrs. Earl Chesser of .
"ALOMA OF THE SOUTII SEAS" Tt- S. R. Johns, Jr? recently Macclenny\ announce the birth of The New Year was ushered In >. P. Sv. llorkrt N".l Fla. H-IT5 .

With Dorothy Lamour Jon Hall returned to her home here with December The at the Legion Center with the Sealed bids. for furnishing .and
a daughter on 28. Inxtalllnir. water works extenalone. i-
Also-Music In the Morgan Manner & News Reel f her young son, Silas Randolph baby baa been named Mary Jan- usual noise makers and the sing and plant, ndilltlon In the City of .i.1.
Johns III, who was born Decem- Ice. Mrs. Chesser was the for ing of "Auld Lang Syne" Games Htnrko, Flnrtcla.. will be rnrelved by
ber 4 in St. Vincent's the City Council at the City Offlcea .1.
& DOUBLE FEATURE i Hospital, mer Miss Gladys Rhames. and Informal dancing were enjoyed .r" i'
Tuesday Wednesday-
Jacksonville. by a large group of men In \ '
Mrs. S. W. Evans returned to '
No. "DOCTORS DON'T TELL" Service who have found the hosjitality :
Fort Meade after visit (
Capt. and Mrs. H. W. House, Monday a of the Legion Center and SINCLAIR PRODUCTS
With John Beal & Florence Rice of three weeks with her brother-
Jr., had as holiday guests the I Its staff of workers a very near

No. "POISON PEN" !j atter's parents Mr. and Mrs. D. D.In-law W. and Swindle.sister, Mr and Mrs. approach to home atmosphere.The Gasoline, Oils, and Fuels ) ;

With Robert Newton W. O'Neal of Tampa and their I''
staff is
grateful
sincerely .
I Mrs. Johnson and
children Miss Doris O'Neal and Frank grand. WHEN YOU NEED FUELS FOR HEATING
children and' Carl Den- as the year closes to have had .;r'
Shirley
Thursday &: Friday-DOUBLE FEATURENo. I Wilson O'Neal of New York City. I nison. returned Sunday from the privilege of contributing to GIVE US A. RING WE DELIVER f:, I

Macon, Ga., where !1' they spent these boys not only entertainment -:0.-: .. ....t.fi7. '1:j'
"CITADEL OF CRIME"Wllh.Robert Emmett Perryman, who spent ..fuMIPS .ut to their morale and spiritual

Armstrong ,, the holidays beret with his par the holidays.'Kathryn Soh *, Miss Mar. uplift. Refreshments! of sandwiches H. E. TUCKER, Agent ::;If L
ents, Judge and Mrs. E. K, Perry- potato chips and cakes which i
No. 2-1118 GIRL FRIDAY" Ion Frack and Bob Frack of W
man left last Friday for Anna- Pa. the recent were sent with best wishes byAline" For Sinclair Refining Co.
'ittsburg.. were
i polls. Md., where he Is in trainIng "
and of Koch'sDrug '
"Ducky"
,
of and Mrs. M. W. ,
Mr.
Saturday-DOUBLE FEATURE in the U. S. Naval Academy guests Morrow. Store together with home ,Phone 158 Starke, Fla. o

No. 1-"PIRATES ON HORSEBACK" Mrs. W. N. Brown and Mr. and made cakes, cookies and coffee'urnltihed
.
Miss Mildred Johnson has returned '
by the staff were served -
With A Long Cassidy Mrs. John Napier and children of '
Hop to her home in Durham, friendsIn during New Years' Eve and at !
Gainesville visiting
were
No. "RAIDERS OF THE DESERT"With N. C., after a visit here with her town on Sunday. the open house all day NewYpar's
I brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and I
Dick Arlen & Andy Devine Mr. and Mrs. Sam Webb of Day. r ,
Mrs. Earl H. Johnson, at Camp Valdosta Ga., were the guests. of The joy and significance of it

Chapter No. 7 "The Spider Returns" Blanding. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Horne Saturday all will live long in the memory
of the and the staff.
HI IHtTBUHfffl, HKl ItltltHII! Ht'ljlinmtim!' ItHlllfflHHUI, Itltl tllll I Nil(I IUltIItlJHJIH! ( tlMJ IIHI Hfl'IHIH ItflHlfftlffTrfflfl' 'WIHTfflrrti,""" Iflllll WIH1H"HHflJ"", ,IftHUI,,' ,B''HflBHtt'''' '' Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Kllllaa returned boys l SAVE

Thursday to their home in Mr. and Mrs. J. S. .Kellam and
MANUSCRIPT COVERS -91
Waynesvllle, N. C., after a short children returned Sunday from
visit In Starke. They were accompanied Mlddleburg. Ky., where they per 10O -BRADFORD COUNTYTELIWltAl'U.

NAT SEZ: b y Mrs. Kllllan'i spent the' holidays. .

brother, J. J. Truby, who will Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Wads- IV 1""t'IT COt'HT. D" P"'OIlIJC'OI'4ITY

soft winter BO remainder of the winterIn worth, Jr., spent the"week-end in .
It's been a long spend the FLORIDA' 1'4j "" 141- ''lil
falatka as the guests of Mr. and CKHV. 1
'. .v, y far. but according to the low of Waynesville. <-... Ho. 1TOS
Mrs. Jefferies..Jt.!/
< James U Walton
1 averages, It's bound to ret bOld Mrs. J. W. Priester.and Miss vs.Grave Plaintiff
Mrs. E. J. ZJnsin with her three
.
Walton. Defendant.ORDER
Boon. Lyda Priester of Lake Butler
children Edward, Barbara and OF PITHLICATION AND
U your long handle underwear Jo lenny., of Columbia. S. C., spent were guests Sunday,:lof "Mr. and NOTICE TO APPEAR # .
Mrs. J. G. Adklns. STATE OF FLORIDA to: Grave ,i
better
get
not In good ahape you last week here with the parents Prlckren Walton I whoso residence la Un ;:
Lou returned -
Miss Virginia :
.
prepared. of her husband, Mr. and Mrs. known r'

Don't be like the German In Boa- John LJnain, and her huband's to Jacksonville Monday You are required to appear on Your car- i
after a visit with her parents, February 2nd. 1842, In the above
sift, you lee what happened to brother and sister-in-law, :Mr. and named Court and cause, wherein
At.. and Mrs. J. J. Prlckren, dur- plaintiff neck divorce Bradford
tb_ Mrs. O. L. LUvMn.
ing the holidays County Telegraph shall publish thin
Miss Francis Johnson visited in Order In next four. weekly |HHUII.Wltneei ,. -..-a :,;-

Paul Knight of New York City Gainesville last week as the guest my hand and official.
sal at frtarke, Florida, this U. _0
spent last week-end In Starke of her sisters Mrs Frank Williams -I camber 31, 1941. Your money .
:Mrs. D. (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Tbomai.
with his parents. Col. and
and Mrs. Ernest. Morgan. I Am Clerk of auld. Court
;;
: E. Knight and his brother and Mrs. W. E. Rhoden and Miss Humphrey Motley

ad Ister-ln-law, Col. and :Mrs. H. Mildred Bucbanen returned Sat-! Atty for Plf. l.a-4t-l-2

V. Knight. Mr. Knight returned urday from a visit of two weeks: -
to New York where he is IJOt C'lnCTIT rot UT. RR"UFono
Sunday with J. W, Bucbanen of Braden- COUNTY' PLOHIUA, IN CHADCUHY. Your e.ergy-s
a member of the staff of the National ton. .

.e Broadcasting Co. In Radio Mr. and Mrs.: J.: H. Croft of Ollbert II. c.Uankmyer.. Nn. IToa, Plaintiff,

City. Lake City and Mr. and Mrs. M. vs.Marfaret. ,

,T. Croft of Jacksonville were recent ( Dankmyer. T).f+ndant.OHDKK R
: OF PUBLICATION AND
Capt. and Mrs. H. W. .House, guests of :Mr. 'and ,Mrs. Lynn NOTICE. TO APHBAK8TATH
.i Jr., had as guests Sunday Mr. Hall and family.Methodist OK FLORIDA to: Mar.garet Your time tQp '
ankmyer, whose residence
YM of Auburn-
and Mrs. H. W. House I. "Unknown."

Mjjttp Yw dale, Mrs. W, E. House and two ChurchHave You are required to appear on ,. :\

.. .y.V a'r s children, Helen Ruth and Billy\ February 2nd. 1942, In the above. .
w named Court and cause, wherein
of .. fabric and Mrs. Sherman of Greenville, you been attending the plaintiff eeeki dlrorce Bradford
the Kind a. S. C., and Major W. E. House, evening services at the Methodist County Telegraph shall publish thin
oft Soft 1 X f1 Order In next four weekly ImiuWltneea "". f
e dreamed *_ aNieMI 1 who 10 at present .stationed in Church and enjoying and partici- my hand. and official. t l lir
itten's Earl! Warm f ,,e fs Iceland.A. pating In the big "hymn sings"under seal at Mark.. Florida this Ue-
1
Bru..4bern. the leadership of H. A. camber 11, 1941.
(OFFICIAL HEAL) A. J. Thomas
L. non-sheddm. Fluffy ?ts,! y' C. Long who' is a graduateof Carlton If not, you have missed A. Clerk of said Court Goby

shed nap outald. Comfyl QOIET t ; e the U. S. Naval Academy at a real treat. At theclose of the Nathan for Schevlta PIt. 1.2.4t-1.2/Kla.

*li nest'.t ** lout J,, y + a'y Annapolis, was recently called to evening worship program the seal Ally at Starke, Florida, thje De-
your from his home in Chicago audience adjourns to the Educational -
It 1_ for the Navy FLORIDA MOTOR LINES
n. lI.n .hnple' lossgbneas ra He passed Jacksonville by building where an hour's IV rmrviT coi'UT, BRADFORD .
'
1 1\ COUNTY FLOHIUAl II CHAN
: vtitbestostyle a Y plane enroute to an unknown octal fellowship Is enjoyed. Co'KHY. One Round

Pajama J point in the south. Mr. Long I.a is The: pastor, the' Rev. G. C. C... No. ITOS Yale irour .next trip by km-ht dozes Way Trip .

at. facott.4. frontpacket ,,,saw son of, Judge and Mrs. A. V. Powell will preach Sunday!! ,evening Alb.rta''ncle.".. .. Plaintiff.Jerome of r.._.. Yee'Ii be ,..iRI i 2/3 .. re* JacIunorUIa f .63 $!.!&

4 cut con.rt Long'tesved' Long of Gainesville and when a on the iubject, "an'' Inevitable U.. Ingles. Defendant.OllUtm cost of eVhrmf\ four own cir, i.4 ae- 1..I.nd 2.36 4.25

WM' may b. tucked In- boy lived here and attended the Faith." Sunday morning at 11 OF PUBLICATION AND l Gig weir ..d fur on the car s. wefl.Settee1 St. PetersburJr 3.15: 3.6T

taa, ,. It out!:O.o- from k r Ili B. II. S. o'clock be will bring a message STATB.NOTICE: OF FLORIDA TO APPEAR to: JeromeB *!*! are fast end r>*qient M roe W. Palm Beach 4.99 8.93

; Blossom or B.r- on the' theme, "Shan we be good Ins-lea, residence unknown. cn leaeo! It the sot con.r.ie t !.. Miami 5.78 103ft
acnolla ( TRAIN SCHEDULE Samaritans The Church school You are required to appear onFebruary for ._nd 'S retted ead
Bl.... 1* to 25.E 2nd. 1942. In the above y you (rrn Key Wt __ 8.51 15.23
a4. Blue. ( meet. at 10 o'clock A.: M. under named. Court and cause, wherein ,......... For mor* pfMture. far ... Chicago 15.28 27.51

: Southbound the direction of the.? 'Superuiten- plaintiff eeeka divorce. Bradford .000ey-IO., .... New York 1308 23.C4

''Fagotted! Pajamas Local due Starke.. 11:13: P. M. dent. Judge B. K.: Perryman. County..r In Telegraph next four shall weekly publish I..thlaOM ..... Tax Included
9:24: A. M. Id-week[ prayer service Is held Wltn.. my and and official'

$2.98 s, 8 Miami If M 10:43: ''. M. st 1:30: o'clock Wednesday even-

Northbound Ing.A 701l111w. ft Union Bus Station

match >$2.98TERNBERG'S Local due Starke 6:21: P. M. cordial Invitation to all these -
Gown to '' Lacy Conway Agent i r re
Jax & beyond due 6:21: P. M. services Is extended to all member -

Petersburg. Va., & and friends of the Church. M"'o

beyond due ___ 3:28: P. M. i i I
Starke and' Bell branch 101 RULED INDEX CAHD3-.SxS: ( 166 a e E }

eaves 7 A. M.. No. 101 arrives .1 per BRADFORD COUNTY

1::50 P. M., dally except Sunday. TELEGRAPH. UOMQ.1MUM.(AlVf.MOM MOM
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BRADFORD OOrmrrv TA/LEGBAPIL STAKKE, FLORIDA

SIR Jacksonville on business Mon


,i WITH OUR FARMERS I New River News I Kinney In day.Misses spent Joyce the and week-end Lorene Ma I U lJ& q


: n WATER Palatka with relatives.
WATER, .
World Jennie Lee LazenbyMOODYBURItOUGIN and daughter
David Kelly
from
the He was exempt A revision of "Rhyme of the Mrs.
I Noon Warren lives near at the time of Starke visited friends here
married
f War I, being Ancient Mariner":
i I Starke airport on 20 acres which He Hut he had three brothers in the Miss Edwina Burroughs daughter of- Water, water everywhereAnd Sunday. Author of "How to Win Friends .
he rents from Floyd Green. died In Camp Wheeler, of Mrs.: Norma Ann Ryan did swell Kirby Smith and son, Shi, iron
boards "
I hlB One all the a
Y says the rain ruined all of army. Another! Volley-I Lake Butler, and Cheater Mood; Hawthorne were here on business and Influence People
Georgia. shrink)
in not ,
h/lJl!
that he + married -
and at. Bridge were quietly
sweet potatoes Veterans' Hospital of Long Monday.Mr. .
"We now In the o'- For there is water, water everywhere ;
c nothing else planted as yet" he Augusta, Ga., while Ernest, wbO Sunday morning at 11 and Mrs. E. D. Jones went
too much rain, clock at the home of the Rev business Monday.
are having at Sampson City, was gassed Is fit to drink. to Starke on
+ to mEt lives And none
looks
said Saturday. "It eas. Wm. Menshew In the presence Lem Brown says it has rained

like it U going to ruin" ever over- I can help win; of a few relatives and clofriends. + Mrs Minnie Gibson, Mrs. Joe until he has sat by the fire and POSSESSIONS ALONE
He only way
A thing if it doesn't stop. says "The growing all I can,'" Moody, Mr,. Ferule Moody, Mra propped his feet up to the man '
he hopes to plant some beancorn the war is by stated Saturday. The bride wore a brown crepe< i Florence Yarbrough and, Ben tleplece until he has got pen sick ARE VALUELESS ---

t and potatoes "if it ever dries Mr. McKinney do," he said, basque with white lace collar and !Renfroe were visiting relative! We hope the weather will cleat
to
off." "The thing for us Lord and win the< cuffs. Her accessories were and friends In Raiford Monday up so Mr. Brown will feel better, There was a wisp of a man who was so frail that ]
"I do some truck farming, he "Is to trust the brown. afternoon.Mr. I wrists were no larger than a child's; when he walked son

said, "and sell most of my stul victory." Mrs. Moody Is employed In and Mrs. Romle Johns of GRAHAM one had to hold him by the arm. He was eighty-two yea
I here." He has a horse, a cow, and baa been in Lake Butler and will continue t to recent guest old. Forty-two years of that time had been spent in
who were
Jacksonville Strickland
about 60 chickens; sells keeps a mot few t Bradford Ben Sasser County, ever since he< work there until Mr. Moody service. l li of the latter' mother, Mrs. Bell By Mrs. E. house; and it was dear to him, as houses are to people wJ]

eggs and no chickens all of- the chlcH six years of age, last February released from military Johns. Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Jones and have lived in them long time.

of the eggs and use. Asked what! was acquired a ten-acre tract ot BRIDGE PARTY Mrs. Lizzie Raulerson of Law. daughter, Miss Hazel of Tampa He found he must leave the house and never ret!:

ens for his own could do to help win uncleared land three miles out on Mrs. W. H. Hart, Mrs. Tau tey Is Visiting her son and daugh' spent a few days. with Mr. and- Not only the house but the city; and not only the city,b

i the farmers now that the U. S. 18 Road 28 toward Palatka. He bas Bridges Mrs. W. N. North and ter-ln-law, Mr. and Mrs. Dewltl Mrs. Carl Jones last week. the state. He could not take what he wished. He had WI1'

the definitely war, in it, Mr. Warren said. : since that time built a home 01 Mrs. V. Howard were entertained Raulerson. Misses Myrtle and :Mildred: l with ten books, but he could not take them with him, for
hi
e "All I know that we can do ito the property, though as yet at bridge last Friday afternoon, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Thomas Thomas spent the week-end Alice had been burned. '

raise everything we can ealIf has not had the time to clear; from 3 to B, at the home of Mrs of Rising were guests of Mr. and their: grandmother, Mrs. + When the day came for his departure he had to hurry

i+ we don't we're going to lack the land. T. H. Sheppard.The Mrs. Joe Moody Thursday; of las) Thomas of Brooker. but he packed what he could. All his life he had lovw
lI I'm afraid even money; He Is at the present time working living room was made very Mr. and Mrs. Harley Starting and
something.
Greek and Egyptian statuettes figurines. He lik
don't raise HWe're Blending on a defense with fall leaves of various week.Mr. of Brooker were visiting Mrs
It If we at Camp attractive
; can't buy and Mrs. Ernest Williams them his desk as he wrote. As the
to win the war. I for the WPA, hoping colors. Starling's father, W. M. Thomas, having on years h
e going doubt about that. I just+ to project have time enough and Mr. Howard won high score,, and daughter, Ovida, of Williams Apopka,, Sunday. gone by, his interest in the ancients had deepened, and L
no Bill
; don't have feel like they can whip tit. make money enough to clear ui and the hostess served her guest and Mr. and Butler Mrs. guests. oillr. R. L .Strickland of Savannah, statuettes had become more precious to him. That man",
time he of nuts, stuffed+ of Lake .were Mr. and Mrs. ? Freud the psychologist.His .
Sigmund
United States his land. At the present refreshments and Mrs. S. L. Crews during ;a.. was visiting name ,
Mr. Warren was born In Bradford I ig working on Road 48 between I date and Coca-Colas at the end the holidays. Elijah Strickland of Graham. house was taken from him; and his money; a.

County. He; did not!. enlist In Starke and Camp Blanding of the game. : Willard Strickland and Charles finally his passport. But they left his antiquities. Worfa< \
and grandsons -
t the last war be and widening It, Mrs. Rhoda Dowling visiting Mr. and Mrs.
during were
the army building It up Rhoden Erby less they said. He packed them thankfully
+
Mra Has ey Joe and Jon Lazenby, were
He has a Mr. and at Graham reenUy.
married. Strickland
+ cause he was is said. Jacksonville were in Live Oak 1 Elijah When he arrived in London, he took rooms in a house
; hai 8 of visitingrelatives I
son 26 years of age who :Mr. Sasser has a wife and a14yearold and baby Mrs. Lacy Johns St. John's Wood, on the ground floor. Here was his study
is married Mr. and Sunday. ", Wasdln of Waldo
but he also W. In B. HS visiting Mrs. Tommy
"J.
reglptered ;
boy,
for
his bedroom and his little dining room, he could ;
as of last week. Johns n
He has three children at home, He has been sick fi.a longtime Thursday : Mr. and Mrs. Emory was in our section Saturday.Mrs. .
who la many -' Dowling spent Friday and Mrs. C. C. Butler attended Mrs. Strick longer climb stairs.
iM well as a daughter Mr. Sasser said, and weighs Mrs. Rhoda and Mr. A. E. Ward,
I ricd. Pete Harrell, who was recently at the present with her brother and sister services at the Pine Level land Willie Strickland and Miss The worthless antiquities arrived safely and he spread
7ft pounds
a night police in Staike. I Iihln only time, which accounts for the fact n-law, Mr. and :Mrs O. E. Crews, Baptist Church Sunday night. Dnla :Mae S t a rllng visited in them on his desk, as he had in Vienna, and started life

son-in-law. A daughter, :Mon that he Is only in the 6th grade of the State Farm. A recent letter received by Mrs.E. 3randln Sunday. over again. One especially dear, to him was a six-inch

teen 16, Is in the 8th grade ir Ho had flu-pneumonia and com- Mr. and :Mrs. T. H. Sheppard C. Priest from her daughter, Rev. L. G. Hemingway filled model of the Parthenon in Athens. When he grew wear

4} u. H. S.; Joe, 8, Is in the third plications. were shopping In Gainesville Mra. Fred Francis in Virginia, its regular appointment here and tired and discouraged, he would pick it up and hold it itin

h grade; while Gerald, 6, !la in his "We're right in the war now," :Monday and returned through Mrs Ft. states that Old Man Winter Is Sunday.. his tiny hands and look at it as if it were a living thing

first year In school. he said Saturday; "but I'm hopIng White, where they visited really playing his role up there I Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Meltonf Then, after a time, he would put it down and take up hi
i and am living In father M. a. Dennis. for It was 18 decrees Starke attended church here
we will win, Bheppard's recalledo it the present, > pen and start to write again.
J. A. J. McKinney lives on +a that hope." Seeber Moody has been will be there at the time she wrote. Sunday. The flight from Vienna was too much for the little man

N 40-acre tract at Graham. He has military servto and SUe described the scenery as very Mr. and Mrs. Olen Graves and With the horn-rimmed glasses and the close-clipped beard!

about 8,000 strawberry plants David Gunter lives a mile anda stationed at Camp Blanding. picturesque, giving a Floridian laughter, Shirley, were visiting
He could outside only
and and the halting steps. on bright
: go
), and has picket Up and Mrs. E. A. Sapp the week-end.
(one-half acre half southeast of Starke. Mr.: something to remember a .long relatives over
for hit at the days. Then finally he could not go outside at all. But he
,
already services of ,
Just a few berries until the first of the year he had amily attended Ime. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Mellon
a pretty; + in Lake Buller last worked steadily on. He had to pause often and when ht
own use. lie expects been half-cropper on eight acres+ Christian Church The farmers Incur section will iValdo were In our section
i good crop If It doesn't keep "II or belonging to Mrs. Mollle Last- Sunday. who Boon have their peanut seeds hul- veek.Mrs. paused, his eyes went to his precious statuettes and figurines

raining he stated Saturday, Inger. He Had a horse, three cattle Mrs. Florence Yarbrough for it is so wet that they J. A. J. McKlnney returned on his desk.
l it does," he commented "we won'tmake and 7 or 8 chickens. He quit has been visiting with her daugh- ed.an't work in the fields to any home from the hospital Then came the day when he could not work, and had

P any. I Just fertilized then farming the first of January andIs ers, Mrs. M. H. Moody: Mrs. advantage. Tuesday and is doing nicely.Mr. to stay in the little bedroom off his study. When the door

since Christmas, and now the) working with the WPA, although Minnie Gibson and Mrs. Obey and Mrs. A. A. Armlsted of was open he could look through and see his desk.
Flora-
of
are sure-enough wet;' he continues to live on Moody has returned to her home Mrs George Waters Gainesville visited Mr. and Mrs. He died just before midnight; eighty-three. His antiquities .
of her
I beans, liome was! a recent guest I
He will plant a few peppers He Is Raiford. .
Mrs. Lastlnger's place. n C. J. Frazier Sunday.Mr. i were still on his desk.
will ousin Mrs. S. L. Crews.
and watermelons, but defense work at Camp Blan :Mrs. S. L. Crews and daughter and Mrs. Ancil Norman of
in treasures
trust worldly
before March. Mr. McKinney doing accompanied Mrs. Earnest Lavender got a croquetet We must not put all our we
a not Frances, with Mrs.Nonnan' .
plant
Jonnle Sunday
Rising spent
work dlng. Butler on for Christmas and is certainly should have inner treasures that storm and stress cannot
works at carpenter last of Lake
wife Williams and Mrs.
Mr. Gunter lost his Bill parents :Mr.
He worked al Friday after- entertaining the younger boys of take from us; treasures we can have when our money is
when not farming. March, he said, and has only himself i visit to Grandin R. M. Johnson.
'+ Camp Blanding and on both the and his 15-year-old son, whoIs he neighborhood.S. Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Rogers and gone. The song of a bird, a sunset. A glimpse of a snow-

11 Park and the :Florida, theatre last a student In B. H. S. I noon.Mr.. and Mrs.: Seeber Johns L. Crews spent Tuesday aft- laughter, Mrs. O. O. Graves and clad mountain. Ideals. Memories of deeds well done, bat

year, he said. His wife's sister. Miss Martha bave moved to Lake Butler where moon attending to business In laughter, Shirley, Mrs. L. C. ties well fought.Mrs. .
!
Mr. McKinney\ 52 years of Wilson, stays with them part of hey will live until after Mrs. I Gainesville. Smith and daughter Miss Alta

age, and Just brought his wife the time and helps take care of Moody'a graduation from Union Cheater Moody was Inducted Smith, spent New Year's day with C. Fogg, last week. dosta, Ga., spent several days i

home last Tuesday from the St. tha household, he stated. I bounty High School In April. I Into+ the Army Monday and Is at relatives in Valdosta and Moul- Mr. and Mrs. Roy Roberta of cently with her cousin Miss ,
Vincent Hospital Jacksonville,, of Hampton is fencIng present at Camp Blandlng.
Carl Wynn rle Ga.Anyone.
with his 16th child born Dec. 8.. : most of his woods land for a Harry Sapp of Jacksonville was having news items torthe the State Farm visited relatives Smith.

He cad six children by his first Laictey: Baptist cattle and hog pasture. :Melton In our section for some time Mon- will please hand them here Sunday. -

wife and 10 by his present wife,,, Services for Sunday, January Cerce: la turning under another day afternoon.stuck in the mud).' to the paper writer by Monday after- Mr. and Mrs* O. O. Graves of STENOGRAPHERS NOT
He has three Little Edward Priest of Stork
he Mated Saturday. oats field for Mr. Wynn. Beach spent several
big Daytona
11: Sunday School 9:45 a. m. Lake Is hIs grandparents, Mr. toon. PADS-18o! each-BRADF
in school at Graham. Jane Green of visiting
boys 11 m., sermon Mrs. Sarah Mrs. Llnnie McCulley of Jacksonville days with relatives here recently.
Morning( Worship a. the and Mrs. E. C. Priest, this week: TELEGRAPH.Ho. .
COUNTY
"The Seven Unities." George hall been enjoying Beach visited her mother Miss Lillian Tillman of Val-
subject: '
r. with her daughter, Mrs) Among those attending the
AUTO PARTS BYPU for all ages of young people olldays Joe Forsyth and Mrs. Earnle weiner roast at the home of Mr.'

at 6:30: p. m. Evening wor- Southerland. but left yesterday and Mrs. Joe Forsythe in Union

USED TIRES, R6DUILTGENERATORS pIe at 6:30 p. m. Evening Evangelistic visit her sons, Jeff, Mlzell bounty Saturday night were Alert .
to
lAPFE
AUTO Service 7:30 p. m. Sermon 31dd and Ruby Green, all of Moody, W. N. Johns, and ; 14. ION III. FLOIIM.
the second In a series on 1 .
CASH FOR Seeber Moody. IAIE S "FUST" lOIEIIOISt
GLASS "Mysteries of the Scriptures." afford and vicinity. a.ffS0U.8. T
OARS AND TRUCKS IN
The pastor will use a large colored
ANY CONDITION. wall chart with this message. -

Used Autos $25rupHASKINS Monday 3:30: p. m., Sunbeams Brooker BrevitiesBy

and GA's, sponsored, by
:Mrs. R. C. Campbell and Mrs
Fred :Moore. Prayer meeting and Mrs. KIdon Hardy Mr. and Mrs. Tim Rogers of

AUTO PARTS Bible Study on Wednesday, 7:30 LaCrosse were visiting Mr. and F eo44d

North of Town on Road IS p.lO. CIIKSTKR DEES HONORED Mrs. Frank Feagles Sunday.
I -Forbes E. Fuller, pastor. Friday afternoon little Chester Mr. and :Mrs. John Cowart of
1 Dees was honored when h III Starke were visiting Mrs. Cow-

mother, Mrs. C. C. Dees, entertained art's parents Mr. and Mrs. James

W. T. CLUTEREALTORF on his fifth birthday an- Padgett, Sunday

II. A. LOANS Iversary. little Mrs Frank Feagles and daughter
after the
We want the listing'' on your propertyWe guests Immediately arrived, fun and excitement Hazen, Juanita were, and shopping Mlsa Minnie in Gainesville Lou. Ict.

have some wonderful properties for sale began, playing games and Saturday.Sam .

See us about your Real Estate Needs winning Later there prizes.was excitement aa and Roswell McGauley

119 E. CALL STREET PHONE 66 he opened his many; gifts given have spending returned last< week to Melrose as guests after of

!)y his little friends. friends here. Sam visited Don-
Mrs. Dees, assisted by her
ald Crews while Roswell was
niece, Marjorie Sue Barry, serv-
guest of Earnest Douglas.
Service Careful Drivers i ed hot chocolate with marshmallows The many friends of Mr. and
Prompt and cake to the guests. Bal- j
Mrs. James Cason regret to learn
loons were given as favors
of the illness of their baby son,'
Around 0 f Chester'sriends +
twenty
Jimmy. Everyone wishes him a,
Starke Taxi ServiceLocally enjoyed this Joyous af- speedy recovery.

fair. Mrs. Getzen Parker and children rive! different men could claim the honor of being

Owned and Opeated Miss Madeline Crosby has returned have returned to their homein 1 e t, W"first" governor of :Tloridsv..ANDREW JACKSON,

j home after spending some Alabama after a visit here, .. military commander of the combined provinces of

time in New York as guest o( with Mrs. Parker's mother, Mrs. Florida was a "first" governor in 182 I. When the
,
Phone 150 j I /
and sister Mr Martha Parker.
her brother-in-law A Territory of Floridawae! created in.1822 WIT.T.TAM
and Mrs Benny Walters. Everyone Is urged to remember first" Territorial Governor. When
Day Night Mrs. Earl Green was visiting Sunday School Sunday morningat P. DUVAL WM WILLIAM: >>.
1845.
became State in
m
Florid
her sister, Mrs. Mel Vickery, In 10 o'clock followed by services !
Gainesville Monday. with the Rev. G. E. McGauley, MOSEX.HV was ".r."" State Governor. When

Mrs. Mac Hall and children pastor. The public Is cordially President Johnson set up a provisional government

Betty and Butch have returned invited.Mr. in Florida! after the War Between the States,

home after spending the holidays .. and Mrs..,.H. A. Douglas WU.X1AM: MARVIN was"first"governor.And when
INSURANCE AN BONDS In Blountstown as guests of Mrs.tail's and son. Billy, and Mrs. W. F. :Florida was readmitted to representation. in Congress .

parents. Rltch of Clover, S. C., were recently in 1888, HARRISON REED became a "first'

The many friends of Mr. and .visiting Mr. and Mrs. Sanford -. when regular State official resumed offloe.I .
Mrs. Artford Brown will be glad Ritch and son, Gene. governor
HAROLD c. WALL AGENCY to hear Mr. Brown Is now a gasoline Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Brown were

inspector for the state. visiting Mr. andoo Mrs A. A. Ha-

Li. W. Barry and daughters, zen of Gainesville\ Sunday night.SAMPSONC1TY This is 4 Fact too!
Constant Service Over 50 Years Francis. Helen and Jackie, have t

moved back to Drooker. For the FLORIDA HAS A MEAT

put several months they have By H..... J. E. Jones "first" beer-Jax. This fine, heartwarming *
Please Phone 146 Starke made their home In Wauchula Drink of Friendship was the first to

where Mr. Barry was helping on Mrs. Pearl "Thomas of Lake bring cheer to Floridians when beer came

.. -.-,-. -,.. 1 .. .. 10 another defense project. Due to,Butler visited her parent, Mr. R : back in 1933. le is a first-quality brew,
Mr Barry's health she was unable and Mrs. Charley'McKinoey, durIng e, w.
-'" _ .-, --" .. ., to come back until later. the holidays and while there ranking equally with any beer regardless t
of price. And the JAX BREWING COM-
Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Sapp of a daughter waa born and the
acksonvllle\ were visiting Mrs. grandparents are very proud of PANYioneofJackonville'"first"induv .
HAVE YOUR SHOES MADE LIKE Nora Sapp Sunday. Mrs. J. W. ter. tries in payrolls, taxes, plant investment a

NEW Kelly and daughter, Judy, returned Ernest Duwllng of Brooker was and number of people employed. Try thisr'

Shoe Repairing, Dyeing and Shining home after being their a visitor here one day this week. first-rate brew today. Just step up and say +
guevta. last week. Mr. and Mrs.\ Artford Brown "Make mine Jix. Your very first taste ,

Done At A Moderate Cost Mr.\ and Mrs. C. C. Dee and of Brooker were visiting relatives will tell you: "This is a top-flight beerS"PAGE a'F

1 children were visiting Mr. and here Sunday afternoon.
Ladle Shoes \11 Work Mrs. J. R. Crews In Jacksonville Mra. Esther Powell has returned t JAX BREWING COMPAIYJiiktoivill
,
A Specialty Ouiiranlnvl over the week-end. to Bartow where she will pack
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Bryan and fruit during the season. t *, Fltridaj
TIlE ELECTRIC SHOE SH01'tinder tlffIiij
New Management daughter, Dilly Lee, and Mrs Mr. and Mrs. Hogan spent a *+," "r -./ii" Charles Hardy Sr., of Guineaille few days In Starke thIs week on
ACROSS FROM PARK THEATRE were visiting Mr. and Mrs. business.Mr.+ .

00_ -,- OJ I Eldon Hardy Thursday. ..and Mrs. W. H. Smith went !%*& &-! s

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JANUARY 91943 nRADFORD COUNTY TRLEGRArn. STARKE FLOmD\ PAGE SEVEN



I Designers Heady to .r-.vr "el-c'"r'.- ., nm9 m"n3.9T. '*' ,


E On 3he Jmininc Side Meet Defense Needs t.,!,,= ,,



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(Help] Maintain Women's I
Failiion Pearl -- -
Revives Long ,
High Morale.By ] 4.egg ehili :'


SUCCESSFUL Necklaces and Gleaming Jet
: CHERIE NICHOLAS I ,l\J+


Under the stress of war conditions

PARENTHOOD a new clothes psychology is devel ;

By CIIERIE NICHOLAS oping. Undoubtedly in order to meet '

.the issue successfully a definite

move to create utility clothes for _

women who are taking up defense

work on the farm and in factory 1st ..
z :
; Br MBS. CATHEB1NE CONRAD EDWARDS ; ,
absolutely essential To this end : .

Associate Editor f_la' Mogata. ,Designers, merchants and manu- ;.
"
facturers are bending their combined S

THE NEW BABY $ t efforts At the same time they ,s._ ; ) ..;. I t

r are bearing in mind the fact that r \

I in order to maintain a high morale 4! :-
II second stlnctlve congeniality with one child
seldom the soma women must keep up their appear.
of first that and not with another is a perfectly
copy ,.
:>on difficult for par. natural thing. It isn't a question of I ance. '
:;
toibecome acquainted with the loving one child more than another. Significant is the use of bright v .

knd, child's real personality; than Indeed a parent's yearning to understand I colors for spring. It is believed that ,

with their first born. Now and help the difficult child .U women will wear color In their r l

End, babies should be fun. since deepens his, love. But liking a clothes they will express confidenceand _

hers are more skilled In tend- I child's personality and having fun cheer In their appearance. _
"
them and less tense about mak- with a youngster are somethingelse. I Women who are not in uniform, L '
they aren't And some parents feel guilty : :
... When but still will be doing active work _
when they seem to produceord. because they experience this more I '
t spontaneously with child than will turn to a smcrt suit for the Twist Rolls a
It Is often because parents one I'r Welcome at a IIIuscwarming-lIonc ;.
prepared to deal with another. Often they then go to the solution of their problem. Alreadyit n
ien't been Below
lastly different type of human extreme of over-compensating to is clear to the minds of those preparing (See Recipes ) ', t

what the first childbe the child they find less attractive- I, aw for spring that suits wel I" I IIn
V from and brush Twists before bak ?!
>g over
Time
that is. they do more for this child tailored and of dependable quality; HousewarminR '

ready to welcome the new are in every way more solicitous will play a major role. ,. ,r'
but than with the other children in the Fruited Coffee Cake. ; ,
strange
IV a :
as If he were Another phase to this insistence Soft, sweet, crusty rolls, a fruity
guest. Give him a family. This Is scarcely more satisfactory (Makes 1 large ring) t'i.i. "
Dortant, coffee cake of cookie: .
a plate .
bright color is the advent of
his in guiding the child's on eyi :'
own personality "
to establish learn 1 cake yeast l'\
nee don't expect him to development than Is the r- r' appealing collections of gay and tempting sandwiches % lukewarm potato water '}
wing
> cup
the same way as the older opposite mistake of neglecting him. lovely prints. Prints never were in crescent 8 flour sifted s t?!j
cups :
"id. He may be more or less An attempt to keep attention more attractive in all the season diamond, ;
ectlonate by nature than his equal Is commendable but often r : that have gone before. Pretty pastel I circle or heart 1 cup lukewarm water II'I

>ther or sister, he may be bright- the problem is best solved by having spun rayons and the new crepes shapes coffee, .I V-: ". teaspoon lemon extract I j f/
be the more adjustable of the two 1 cup shortening or butter t/j j
or duller he may more highg k t and sheer wools, too are so alluring tea or cider from
g and consequently less easy parents (this is usually the mother) for which to choose 'JS- 1 cup sugar .t
that not waiting
women are
make it to the child who suffers
care for. If he is physically up drinktheseform K> teaspoon salt I' ,,
to from his father's show of favoritism the actual arrival of spring by the four
accept
robust we are apt Vi teaspoon nutmegi .
a the basis of the refreshment ,
without question and give the toward another In the family.In f calendar but are wearing these colorful pound large raisins r

Eld the special care he needs. It other words parents are only flattering frocks at the moment tor a housewarmlng. The event isn'tlavisb. ai currants d,

{differences in emotional make up human beings and It Is not always under their furs and winter cloth! it's simple sincere and cup ;
to to check fr with friendliness for you've H pound candied citron i
lich usually stump us. possible, or wise try coats. warm .
that the natural flow of companionship friends In nit pound candled lemon peel .;r...,
31 course it Is just as likely All the resources of American: gathered to greet your
second child's personality may between a parent and the child who A textile industries are being challenged their new home. Soften yeast in potato water add A::'

like a familiar chord in your be- most shares his Interests. ? eeb x to meet the fashion situationand Whether you've planned the 1 cup flour and warm water. Let .,;.-

which the first one never did- That Is one of many reasons why Li rise. Cut shortening into remainIng I
[ functional need. to the ,
to fill every housewarming as a surprise ;
that I.. be more like a larger families are fun-there's a
'
flour add Ingredientsthen ;
may remaining .
I .i\
orite brother or sister cousin or special chum for everybody all under -' a The program ahead includes attractive family In their new home, or whether combine with first mixture. Let '!Arise \ :,

end grew up with. This In. one roof! I' uniforms of denims and gabardines you're inviting friends to an "a
you
1iY1i'z until double. Shape into large ;t ,
;
and the designers are not home" in your own home, keep everything
neglecting apparel for hours of re- as simple as possible. If buttered ring or loaf and let rise {J4-t- '
., ;
m. until doubled In bulk. Bake in "'
a
ask some ftCs
Crocheted laxation. you have many coming
EOME IT MIGHT be aptly said that a earlier and others later so the house moderate (330-degree: ) oven 1 hour. .

gaY woman is known by the Jewelry Frost with a powdered sugar icing ,t.

she wears. Certain it Is that jewelry and sprinkle with chopped or shredded )j .','

,t accents have a way of showing THIS WEEK'S MENU: nuts. ; '. '

either refinement of taste or a love Here are some cookies that areas ,): I:t ,

of display. It all depends on whether white evening sweaters as pictured 'Assorted Sandwiches delightful as homespun. They're '. ;
0 In the illustration,
above to the right
you belong to the spectacular with Sweet Bow Knot Dolls especially nice ai

costume-jewelry group or to the have proved especially popular 'Honey Twists for housewarming r :' .

conservative one that holds on to college girls. Frosted Cup Cakes because the f- "

P&v fDaueor : the tradition of quiet elegance.To Groups of clips (called "scatter Fruited Coffee Cake Cookies recipe maker a .'- :: ,

women who have an inherited clips") are being featured this season Coffee Cider Tea large quantity "

Kitchen Intuitive sense of dignified glamour as an alternate with the single SYPATRICIA and you won't be I +
ot Merr'e
Sitter
.L
'
pearls are ever the answer to lapel piece. The idea is spreadinglike DOWry able to countconsumption R .

By MAR E. IJAUCt..nlhor their Jewelry preferences. This sea wildfire among those who like will never be too crowded. No entertainment o n S y 1 ,

ol BlaIn Marta Kitchen. son the style prestige of pearls the new and the venturesome. Centered need be planned for ev them. The blending cu: ii ; ,

jn you take plain everydays ; has ascended to a new high. at the top in the group pictured eryone will want to Inspect the of fruits with spices makes this i of.

and with an extra flourish The big news that is adding to the above Is a style-alert "modern" house or apartment and have a light a popular cookie: :

wo transform them into se- lure of pearls is the return to favor wearing adorable little bows of three snack before leaving perhaps. Cape Elisabeth Cookies) r .'

B quite different and exciting? c of pearls with matching different sizes, with bow earrings to Clever Invitations can b* sent out
of long ropes (Makes 3Mi dozen medium) i I'j
have of
ou a good-sized bag
usable also as companion
match. are of the
i tricks sleeves cane a bracelets and earrings in the They oy using a miniature plan Vi cup butter "
up your you
of the ensemble shown clips for square or "sweet house a rough drawing or silhouette
your meals full of pleasant manner 1 cup brown sugar 'I 1t
rises. above to the left In the illustration. heart" necklines. of the house and writing the Invitation i egg ''U :!I III

ch simple garnishes as a spot The fact that in this Instance pearls Flattering and highly decorativefor inside or'out as It best fits. tablespoons milk r; .

laprika on a cabbage .salad are worn with a black wool knit eve- a plain dark dress are groups All refreshments can be placedon 1V4 cups flours' ;.: '

ced parsley sprinkled over but h ning sweater is also Important news. of small clips like those worn by a table set simply with a plain 1 cup rolled oats ,",,1'(1(

d hoire carrots of serving or even dishes just the will care Time was when jewelry worn with the young woman posing below to cloth and attractive flowers. Teenage Vi teaspoon cinnamon :! 1 i''I. 'L

colorful and interesting pro-el- things knitted was taboo. Now it's the left in the picture. These rhine- girls will enjoy helping at the teaspon allspice i 1

It's very easy to become J the smart thing to do. stone birds may also be fastened t table pouring coffee or tea and helping Vi cup pineapple cut Into shreds, I'': ",

proficient at this sleight of Speaking of the new ropes of together In pairs to make a hand- {; fill the trays of rolls and sand drained 'iI'l Y' "

performance because one thing pearls, some are unbelievably long some brooch and there is all-purpose wiches as they're used. Vi cup walnuts, chopped ..{ f,)

Jests: another and you constant- To give the smart fillip to your and worn In tiers reaching below jewelry that can be taken'apart to Hot rolls with the smell of the Vi cup raisins I" '

dd to your repertoire. you really should wear a the waistline. With a siren-slim form different pins clips and various inr oven still on them will spell a 3 tablespoons grated orange rind :,i : ;

ovel binatlons fashions of of foods serving will favorite touch appearance of crochet somewhere about black satin formal they are the other items. The earrings belonging l grand welcome especially when Combine sugar and butter, add .

otony when the food budget prevent is: your costume, now that crochet has "last word" in smart jewelry. to this ensemble are also of your guests come in from frost- egg and milk then dry ingredients.Last ,\,:

ted and repetition is necessary. grown to be one of the most outstanding Grandmother's pearl choker Is bird designs. Bird bow and butterfly r nipped outdoors: of all add the fruit and nuts. f

e old standby of gingerbread words in the present-day also worn by her smart and style- motifs are very much In the .Sweet Bow Knot Rolls. Drop by spoonfuls on grassed cookie *,, I

apple sauce takes on new glamIf fashion vocabulary. Why not crochet conscious granddaughter. CenteredIn jewelry picture this year. (Makes 2% dozen) sheet. Bake in a moderate (37,- h f

the gingerbread is made into a beret pictured above the the group Illustrated above you Amusing themes ''are worked Into degree) oven 8 minutes. I ,
wlches filled with cottage modern girl wearing a three- that "makes conversation" I, 1 cup milk sandwich I, .!
original of which was shown in an see a jewelry t Vi butter Her are some tempting
se and the cup
apple sauce is welled all-crochet fashion show recently strand matching bracelet and pearl because of its novelty-for Instance combinations for the sandwich plat-
and served in the best sher H! sugar
glasses. sponsored by the National Needlecraft earcllps. The ring Is a little gold the lapel pin worn by the young girl' t1 1 teaspoon cup salt ter. Made In crescent, afar heart ;

ifflns and creamed dried beef bureau? bow with a diamond knot. pictured below to the right. On her 2 cakes compressed yeast or triangle shapes they'll be one cf

e a good luncheon combination For the smart beret here shown What has been said of pearls may handknit tailored jacket, done In t\\ V cup lukewarm water the moat popular numbers at the Iw')

Instead of serving them sepa Wanda Kofler, a designer noted for be said of jet. The revival of jet new'stitch, she is wearing a luclte :2 .' housewarming: t
1'1' split the muffins short cake record as a gesture fins of gold plate and eggs
her artistry and skill in crochet uses jewelry goes on fish with 4V4! sifted flour (about) Assorted Sandwiches.
cups
ion flll
and cover with the shades of pink mercerized cotton of utmost style significance. Jet rhlnestones.Releaied /
med dried beef and garnish two cerise colored bead ensembles worn with winter ( by Western Newspaper Union.) Scald milk and pour over butter Flaked tuna or salmon seasoned ''
Worn with a lemon and 1.1:
Juice
crisp bacon curls. sugar and salt Crumble yeast Into with mayonnaise, >
making of bacon. If you have crepe afternoon dress it makes a water to soften. Cool milk to lukewarm butter. f; i'

left from breakfast and it's nice smart ensemble for a luncheon or I shall publish thin Order In next II the. HoiMfi\ front In Stnrke door',of Florida the. CountyFixirthouMe during add yeast beaten eggs and Mashed sardines, lemon juice J' '
crisp mince it fine and "
very bridge engagement. weekly IHHUOIIltnesn It
We it on any creamed vege- I four\\' my bend and official the lenul hours of sale on January :2 I; cups (flour. Beat well. Add enough hlll: sauce.
Florida, this list Gth, 1942 make soft dough Turnout Mashed liverwurst with chill
e soup. iriTio'* FOIL seal at Starke!' 0, A. Knight lour to a I
APPIM
oast left from breakfast can be NOTICE OP TAX III'U. nf Dei'ember, 1911.OFFICIAL J Thomas ]tn Rowe, on a floured board and knead sauce. I L
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in neat cubes! and made crisp ,_ (Venate Illll !>,.. 1I1=-) GIVEN: ( AsClerk. oA.f said Court I Charles Conimlmiloner lardy *.. until smooth. Form into a ball and Peanut butter and chopped, ";

hot in a slow oven. Use as NOTICE IS HERESY holder of John J, Henderson, Knight & Knight place In a greased bowL Cover and cooked bacon. '

!tone with soup or sprinkle overfed THAT Certificate P. M." Pnokham Numbered respnctlvely Atty for Fit. 1-2-41-1-23 Htarke, Florida. let rise until double In bulk. When Cooked ham ground with sweet '
Tax Plaintiff. 12-19! 4t 1'IIUI'I'r -'
tomatoes. I I of Attorney tot
189 194 and Fraction light, knead down and shape Into moistened with mayonnaise.Cream ,
ou can usually buy foods In 198 Issued the 7th day. of ..\u"u"tA. I> ('IIKIir ('0tltl. 1111 \I>FOHI1 Inch pickle. {
: 6 Inches long ft
ntlty cheaper than in small D. him riled ame In my ('Ot "'1".1'1.011111\ ('1( tY'NitY (' cheese with orange marmalade .',: ,;
land applicationfor Huckett. Plaintiff.. ,. iv ( HT. Tie these strands Into "
made In diameter.
ounts. A has Preston Gregory M*
bushel of potatoes is office thereon. Defendant.. ('Ol'N'l'Y. KI.OUIII t IX <\Ntl-UV< or cranberry jelly.
i expensive than a few pounds tax. deed to be Isnued Case VH Jean. No Marie 1874.OKDKH Puckett, Helen Tucker Plaintiff, vs. YWI- a i single looped knot. Place on Sliced American cheese thinly ""' l'r,' ,
ght at I burn: W. Tucker .Defendant.. Cane and let rise II '
a time. So If you vary respectively embrace ; OK PimLplr-ATION ANDNOTICR 1 greased[ baking sheet sliced fried ham mustard. 1
certificates No. 1610.ORDER +
way of cooking and serving Said following dencrlbed. properties i TO APPKAK OF PfRHOATIOV AND: until doubled. Bake in a moderste375degree q.,'
the I JeanMarie
STATE OF FLORIDA to: Cream cheese and honey. ,
hi you can give your family this In the County of Bradford Purkett, 890 Peachtree $t., NOTICE!! TO APPKAK8TATK ( ) oven. IS to 20 minutes.
hndid vegetable every day for a State of Florida, to-wlt: I II I OF FLORIDA to: Wll- Peanut butter. lemon juice and ';" I
Oeorgla Icing
with powdered
11. Atlanta ) I Brush sugar
Src.
th. almost NWfc,. of SWV.: on burn W. Tucker, whose residence
of
without to appear
repetition. I I NV4 20tern You are required nuts..Uoney mashed banana. li l\ S
containing "Unknown" with chopped
'expensive Fwp. 78. IU 22 E, February 1U43, In the abovenamed U 8065Button ind sprinkle "
vegetables often can embraced oulrt required to appear on
more or lees la : and cause, whereinplaintiff You are .
fH
used as "stretchers" In the abovenamed Twists.
1942
for more under certificate" No. IS'SKVJ I Bek divorce, Bradford February 2, ? Front ,
naive and undoubtedly more of 8W Seo. 17 Twp. 7 S. County, Telegraph 'shall. publlah Court and cause wherein (Makes :2V, dozen) LYNN BAYS: r,
divorce, Bradford \ l'
liar 40 acres, moreor la- Plaintiff seeks Pattern N. BOSS-A design which
ones. For turnip E coma Inn Order In next four weekly '
example R. 23 thin
shall publish Ingredients as In I i
the
s filled ..... In embraced underlaid County Telegraph have a two way career in your Use same a"t; "t \ I Ian
with peas make a few i l I. No. 14.NK"4 MWltneim hand and official this Order In next four weekly l iicues. can which Sweet Bow Knot Rolls. Soften yeastIn Rolls in )' of shapes ;"
s certificate I my /ardrobe a house dress '
-as
go a
long way. Boil the turi 7 S. the 'iy ;
SO Twp. thla December to 'please
Sea Florida guaranteed
NKVi Starke.!
at '
of neat lukewarm
official fitted wa
and -
hand cheerful. attractive smartly
saving the water for tomor.s or leer, I.* Witness my 11 /
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fl. XI B, 40 acres, more II. 1941.OFFICIAL Htarke Florida, title De.OFFICIAl. most fastidious family. Here' a '
soup. Trim and hollow out embraced under said fraction of ( flEA) J. Thorn seal b..t 1941. and easy to wear-and as a ? ter. Scald milk '\
make No. 191. o Jacksonville 15. street dress of slenderizing lines '' It add butter sugar list of favorite shapes to try out: t :
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cups saving the trlm- certificate Robert otilueker ( .. SEAL) A J Thomas '
gs too. Then dip the cups in The assessment or said propertyunder 109 was f:. PPIf. Aa Clerk ot call Court. 12-19-4t-l-9 In either version you'll like the and salt Cool to Knots: Twist and tie strip of ,,, :: I
No. for
ted butter or a substitute nil said certificate ; The assessment Fla.. Atty. Francis M. MclIaU Jacksonville pieced bodice treatment which Ivr6 lukewarm and dough Into a knot ;
i In the name of Unknown Fla., Atty for Plf. the waistline effect, the 4f!
cooked peas, season and dot of said property undersaid CIRfl-IT <'OCRT BRADFORD. lives longer add enough flour Parker House: Roll dough Vi! j

i a bit of butter and put in the certificate Norn. 14 and Frac-of I IM(-01'NTV, FLORIDA.* I'M tHAVCFRf. WHOM IT WAY fONlKH"* sIde sashes tying in back which the assure to make a thick inch thick, cut into rounds with ,d ;
the name TO smoothness through >
i to In the
make very hot I I lon of 18S were TAKE NOTICE THAT a 1915 1 biscuit cutter dip in melted butter 6 a
always Add
it leaf Ivey Pollard beI FMwardu nldrlJT. The contrast collar is batter. yeast
Ine W. M.
lettuce In ribbons and shall Chevrolet Coach, Engine No. M4T19SSS. rolls i"k )
Certificates and fold in half. Place
'e Into nest for molded salads. Unless said law thetropertles I plaintiff with an appraised value of flattering and eggs. Beat well and add more ;
se carrots in salads for color redeemed according described to therein will Lillie.T"Henitry- and her husband loss. than 11,000 wan .. Novem- Pattern No. 8065 Is In sizes 12 to flour to make a soft dough. Place close together In pan. 'f., (r
well bidder at Bradford County, Florida, 20. Size 14 with short sleeves requires Crescents: Cut dough Into triangle }r"j
as health. Carrot sticksan b. void to the highest Hoy E Hendry, ben 10, 1941, for being used Inviolation in a greased bowl and let rise until .r. .'
attractive Court House door on the first Defendants.Partition 9, Chapter 4ft yards 3 -ineh material. shapes having dough at ;
addition to the ref I the Ye. title I of Section doubled. When light punch down ,
'ass
of February ( '
tray. Monday In the month COMMI8SIONEH8'8ALB 19101. Lawn of Florida. 1934 and about least four inches at wide end. (,.
Feb- strands
of small
OF roll Into
2nd day NOTICE and
.941. which U the that It la the Intention of E. W. : \
I ruary A. P. 1942. Decent.ber that. the underpinned. I Scarborough, Director, State leverage a Inches long Vt> Inch in diameter. Spread with butter roll beginning ,( .\ ,
aut day of Take Notice Florida to Pull ends /
Dated thus ...ion rii. In accordance DepArtment or ......... ...... Call Into greased 2-lnch muffin pans at one comer. ''I
> A. D. 1941.tOFFLCIAL the and Salethedrolllnwingbpropertyil possess. for use by the State Heverage ".-............. .o. .1'"
H. of Partition to resemble a crescent ,
COUHTMANCII SEAL) A. J Thomas.Clerk Decree will eell Department' the propeityabove ginning at the outer edge and
"
Watch-Maker Circuit: Court, Tlradford 1-2-41-1-23 Coun In dexrrlbe.l. at. Htarke, Florida A. M Add.................................. I I covering the bottom. Brush with Butterhorns: Cut dough In edge }' I

UY WITH ty. State of Fly-rids. Bradford County Florida, to-wlt: JaAllrper. 15.<>n.1 el'aiming:Urn rightor 'honey( Topping. Let rise until double shapes, brush with butter roll towards i ,. \ '
CONFIDENCEAT
('oinT.roi'Niv. BR..nFoIIO HWVt. of 33 SKW E.\. less of See.1: acre 29.square Twp. interest In or ,'....aald propertyor ...................................... in bulk and bake in a moderate point. .i"
R.
.v cine i IT 0 a thereof required I ,
CI!'I1':11 lena any part Butter Flakes: Roll dough V
FLOKiiit. IN NK corner thereof also d. e.Y. 25 to 30 minutes.
In to Much oven
YOUR HOME JEWELER (' Y. B acres. square In commencingat NW .....rn.rth.r..ot claim' within to appear thirty' (30) day. from Name of peeer...................... I Topping. Inch thick brush with butter'cut r"
Honey
H. I. Hlattery Plaintiff alao lees of 8WH\ of HK"aforeaald -,. the date of the first publication In :2-Inch strips. Stack strips 4 "

Z..nol! v.Nlattery.*. Defendant. NK corner and beginning then'. of this. 13 notice, Chapter an provided 19301 Laws for bySection of Pattern No........ Sue, .......? I Vi cup butter or S high, cut into 2-inch pieces ,'+;, I

ORDER OF PUHLICATIO.V I ASDNOTlf"E to a point of Florida. Art of 19J9 to the State % cup powdered sugar snd place In greased mumn tins ;I :
110 ft, thence South Send IS cents In entn tot I
R. LEMUEL: AFPKAJlSTATK run Went of Florida 1\
TO
COLSON Zenolllattery thence. Kant 310 ft.. Beverage Department ; each pattern desired tom 1 egg white cut side down. aRNne.d '
OF FLORIDA to: 2IO ft., ., Florida, or all such
Tallahaeeee
la I thence Nor'''' 211) ft.t; and also Bald 2 tablespoons honey warmed '
DENTIST residence interest In and to
and Pattern
whose now
rights Patricia
len a trip of land 30 yde. terminate.. all together .) tf
property ahall cease and Cream ingredients ( by Western N.w.paperlDWn. ; .
of
aide t
innwn.You
South f.
lying on St. New York N.
wide 17th
OFFICE 119 CALL ST. are required to appear un.1 I and also B. W. Hrarborough.Director 206 w. '
1943.! In the paid. t acre square Htate Beverage Depart* C
ADKtNS February 2nd. .... .. I leee railroad right of way andtraded of Florida. Tallahareee, FlorIda I' ;
BLDG. tamed. Court and cau. other road right of way. ment. 12-13 (t I.' I 1AY.

ellef.' DradfordvCountydTeno ., to the highest bidder for cash at '










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FlttDAY.
JANUARY
BRADFORD COUNTY TKL.ECBAPI1. STARKK. FLORiDA __
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i PAGE FIGHT .,.. --:. =...=; -- _- .-
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the down-town sec TIRE RATIONING HOARD Feast Of LightsAt *.. DECREE named Court and cliiJ'I
l' since last duty In *
with the police force I police Thin cause coming; on this day plaintiff seeks 01 von" '

Council Friday. His salary will be $100 lion. IS NAMED St. Mark's"The to be heard upon the Report of the County Telegraph shall*,,
K. K. Ferryman Order .!Ll
f DiscuasfJs will be Special Mauler. our "'.ok,
Police per 'month.It Soon parking places filed in the above entitled rauae. Witness my hand )
was suggested that there Is clearly marked, and other Instructions (Continued from page one) Coming of the Light" arellgIoult and the Court having examined the seal at Htarke. FlorldS1"uary ,
with the file In this 6th., 1942.OFFICIAL .
regarding hours for will be presented name together
At the pageant Court being satfetied ( SEAL
protection and the )
! more need for police and the police trlct who has tire for sale. Mark's Church by the cause, and auallllcations "j
Ballard was unanimously parking made! plain : a in St. an to the capacity As Clerk of said Cour,
night T. N. In the north end of town and department will crack downon Those authorized t 0 Inspect oldef young people of the Pres- I of Gertrude B. lianclals ]

elected night police takingthe that Mr. Ballard divide his time all Illegal parking practices your tires. so far, in Starke, are: byterian and Episcopal Churcheson I man, a of married and manage woman, her to takecharge own I*eoIrN'rv CIRCUIT COURT, 8a

place of Pete Harrlll. who between Ihe down-town section It was announced. The motoring L. B. Alvarez Service Station, Sunday evening. January 11, : en tut* and property and to becomea IT : CICilY. FLOIUUII

resigned several days ago because and assisting Ed Luders in the public was advised "gradually to Temple Ave.Conway : at 7:30 o'clock. The young folks M free TIIEHEUPON.ORDEHED dealer in. every respect Ransom Hugrhes, PhlnOlr,

of the serious Illness of his northern part of the City. Also, get accustomed to 15-mlnute .Service Station, Templeand will be assisted by some adult ADJUDGED AND the Nu.nics 1714 A Hughes l'fOmd;
of
father in Georgia. There were now that city taxes are practic- parking In front of the post office 10th. ,Sts., : sponsors and a cordial Invitation special DECIU'Jon Master that' flied the report In this cause ORDER OF PfBLIlV

five other applicants for the post. ally all In, that W. E. Thornton and one-hour parking alongthe L. F. Dlnklns Service Station l" extended to nil to attend. be. and the same la hereby con STATE AND NOTICE OF FLORIDA TO luf']

Mr. Ballard has been working be put back on full-time night two principal streets-for" this Temple Ave:y The Epiphany or 'Feast ofLights" fh'ln..d IS in an FURTHER r."pects.IT' ORDERED A. Hughes, WhoseWoI4.n rd t to

will, be enforced. called. DBCKKKD that Arms Annex A
regulation sometimes AND
it Is ADJUDOED
as ..
Call Wold Road.
Co n Village TntT
Eastern Auto Supply mar- "
HandeUman. a
--- M. M: Kaybln. of the Star is the traditional day upon which Uertrud B. County of Weat'huler (
St. and Temple Ave., ned woman be. "and she Is h.rebYdecreed ',
III CLASSIFIED ADS -1 Store appeared before the Council the "Three Kings" plays were tu be a free dealer In allrespects New York.
You
? Madi- are required .
,Service Station granted a to
hereby
Edwards and J
of much irregular It was call-
.. to complain presented. In England In accordance with the February J, 1942, inamed |III I!
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Ste.Gulf license H
Walnut
_. and
Court ..
son "
-.. -- -- -- parking, in a measure blocKing ed "Twelfth Night. The wise nraver of her petition. and h. -
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' FURNISHED ROOM -for light- both automobile and pedes- Corporation. Madison men are supposed to have seen rh'IS ffUHTHBH ORDERED, 'ounty plaintiff seeks divoi";
cottage Telegraph shall
FurnlHhed .i
RENT-- AND DECREED that ,
p
FOR $30 housekeeping for rent. T. J. train traffic around h la store and Walnut Sts. the star at the time of the Christ Uertrude ADJUDGED U. Handeliman, a married Order In next four *.'k
I 2 bedrooms adults, per Houston Service Station Madison Witness my hand VN
furnished Mcintyre Madison avenue. Itp near the Intersection of Call Child's Birth and begin their woman IM hereby authorised to seal at Stark.
:,I month. Also 3-room Chief and Walnut Sts. take charge of and control her Floridunry '
and Temple avenue. arriving at Bethlehem 5th., "t3.OFFICIAL -
street
apartment with bathroom and COMFORTABLE' FURNISHED Roberts Motor Co., Temple Ave.Smlth's Journey estate, to contract and be con- ( SEAL) ,1Am
of Police A. I* Alvarez and Chas. approximately twelve days after- tracted with. to sue and be sued A. j
lights adults, 230 per month.- HOUSE at Kingaley: Lake. Mod- I Darby chairman of the street Garage. Tenth St.. and ward. The use of tapers has always and to bind herself In all respectnan Clerk of said Court 1

Mrs. L. M. Clark 1 1-2 miles ern conveniences. 1 mile from Into the Temple Ave., with the fully a> If she were unmarried -
looking
committee, are been connected ORUKKBJJADJUDUKD .
out East Call street Starke. tf Camp Blanding. Write P. O. complaint with a view to straight- Temple Garage, Temple Ave., celebration symbolic of the light IT IS FURTHER AND DECREED thatcopy IV COI'WTY CIRCUIT, "o'nT. >nj?

Box 6S1, Starke or phone ening tfut the difficulties as lara Torode Chevrolet Co., Call and which came to the Gentiles. a. of this Decree hall be weeksIn pub- FLOIIIll ,1CICRY. "\
We .
FOR SALE-Coal and wood. Starke :167 after 6 P. M. for Court Ste.Other llMhed for four connective Joseph R. Whlchard PI.
be
12x6In. possible. The presentation will accompanied the Hratfford County Telegraph M.
handle Red Bar coal, 2 It Inspectors may be appointed : Alvertle Whlchard L
appointment. of general '
left out by suitable music led a newspaper Case No. 1709ORDER .
who was
Material Chief Alvarez Bradford
lump. A. A. Annls by the Tire Rationing published In Starke. OF
Yard. Phone 183. tf WANTED! TO RENT! small of the general salary raises at the Boards. by the church choir which will County. Florida. The first publication of- AND NOTICE Pl'nLirA TO _,'.
9tb day
or light-housekeep last meeting when all "appointed" sing from a gallery in order not shall be on the last STATE OF FLORIDA I t.
apartment Other members of the Tire A. It., 1"42. and the
trail full had $25 salary boost, to detract attention from the nut'.r.r': oi .said month M Whlcltard. (ienrral
FOR SALE-Covered wagon ing rooms. Please give officers a Rationing Board are L. R. Con- on 80th day Roanoke. Vlrnlnla..
standard model like new. particulars. Box 431-A. Itp had $10 per month added to his scenes as presented and It l la This Order hall take effect on the You are required
I
er The
ner and Freeman Register. 7th of February. A. D, 1942. upon 2. I' S
will February 1942.
$275. Fowler Tuesday night, 'bringing hoped that the congregation of publication !? I
t New tires. Only salary Brooker Board Is composed of the filing; of proof named Court and <
FRKK: RENT-If taken by Jan. to $133: month. In the familiar carols and provided In this Order and an nuw
Real K:!!tate, Gainesville. lip his salary up per G. B. Colaon chairman T. W. Join an of the plaintiff seeks dl\orr
15th. 7-room house in Starkeone Judge A. Z. Ad kins appeared hymns. required by the Statute County Telegraph shall
Post office. In- Markey and J. 1C. Douglas. State of Florida In such cases made Order' In next four ueeCh'
SALK One-wheel trailer, block from before the Council with the suggestion Witness hand
my
FOR -
B:. L. Williams Is tire rationing mi
ttnDONBVAND
come of bedroms, steadily rented much thievery ORDERED In Cham- seal. at CUarke, Florida
that with so
407 I n
steel fiame good lire bumper Arrests the
this '
County
house rent administrator for the county. bers at Starke, Florida uary 2 1942:
attachment. $25 cash. See V. H. pays monthly and other Crimea and mis- 7th day of January A b.. 1'u.1.e. (OFFICIAL bT3AI.:! ; ) x. j
'1 Carden, 322 South Thompson electric water and half of demeanors going on all the time During 1942 Adkins, As Clerk of mild Court i

Itp laundry bill. Gentiles only. Suit- there should be a down-town tele- First Aid ClassesTo 1-9 4t 1-30 William D Morgan, Jail,
stieet _
for
Information Fla. Atty. fit
According to receIved -
able for married army officer or with loud bell where a
this. phone a Start Soon from Sheriff A. O. An- I" ('nlf"'IT corHT. nnDFonnCOI -
business man. Investigate officer could be reached at IN CJlt'i'
police FLOHIWll
FOR SALE Mahoghany dining dreu'p office 407 arrests were VTY, IV r.nrt.'IT C0 HT BRi

'::4 room suit In good condition: Call Street at,Starke.221 North Walnut Itp any time day or night t. in case A meeting for the purpose of made by the Sheriff's force dur- 'IoJRV.Paul N. .Cooner. Plaintiff. vs. LlllleMae CKHY.COUNTY FLOH1I1\ u

I table 6 chairs china closet and of an emergency. It' was announced organizing First Aid Classes will ing 1941. Of these the largest Cooner Defendant. Case No. Ruth V. Davids, Plaintiff ,

buffet. Price reasonable. Mrs.S. The Veteran Romantic Actor, by the Council that that be held in'the courthouse Mon number of arrests was made In 1'12'ORDER. oF' PUBLI"'ATION'AND I.. Davids Defendant ('u.'
ORDER OF '
R. Johns Jr. It EDWIN SOUTHERS ("Dean"of very thing had been consideredand day night at 7:30: ( o'clock accordIng June they totaled 54. There were NOTICE 'TO APPEAR NOTICE Pt'lAND TO APPP!
would be done Just as earlyas OF FLORIDA to: Lillie
the spoken drama)-Studio to an announcement by Judge 17 in November and 23 in May Mae STATE Conner whose residence !I. STATE OF FLORIDA. t,

FOR SALE-Buick farm tractor of Dramatic Art and stage- possible. E. K. Ferryman, Bradford CountyRed I while there were 42 In Augustand Davids 1133 ,Springfield whose residence Avmut|b
nYouWare
$100; 30-Inch wood saw $25. Box craft. No ..cla se.." Individual Cross chairman.Mre. .- 41 in February I February 2nd.required, 1942 to In appear the above on Providence, New Jemey

Starke. It Enroll time. Births And DeathsThere N. D. Wainwright Jru. for and wherein You are required to u
711. le.only. any Most of these arrests were named Court cause February 2, 1942. 'In u,
i Six: lessons. $5. No books or and Mrs.- W. 11. Hart will serveas drunkenness reckless driving and II plaintiff eeeka divorce.shall publish Bradford this named Court and cauxt

FOR RENT-one large bed room, plays to buy.' Studio: over were more) than 170 in Instructors, having recently handling whiskey; though forg- County Order In Telegraph next four weekly Issue County plaintiff' Telegraph seek dlvorrt Khnll ,F,

adultu.-F. F. Flume Sttrke."P. Quigley A Davis Call St. births In Bradford County completed the Red Cross course ery, breaking and entering steal- Witness my hand and official Order In four wetklrWitness pn
this January .n.
1941, and around 100 deaths, according seal at Stark. Florida
fours: 8 a. m. to 5 p. m. dally for instructors 'gtven here. lug, fighting, disorderly conduct 6th.. 1942. my hand >ni

excepting Wednesdays and Sun- to Chas. A.. Fut.cn, vital Flnt1JUr 'clasaes: are also being assault bad checks concealed (OFFICIAL SEAL: : ) A. J. Thorn uary seal at t, 1942 Rt.rke.'Iorld.., I

TRADE-'41 Buick sedanette for days. Dramatic recitals given statlstlcan for the greater partof held for tn*>'benefit of the facultyof attempted murder and As Clerk of said Jacksonville Court 1.9 Fla.4t 130J. (OFFICIAL, SEAL) A. J

'40 or '41 Chevrolet or Ford for "clubs" or any special func the County. According to Mr. B.' .H; S. on Tuesday and weapons murder are also found on the Atty.. S. rowleR.for Plf. o As H.Clerk Wltrnchen.of said Jnckmm Court 1

t station wagon. Box 741. It tion. Charges within rea on. tf Futch his figures are not ail-In Thursday afternoons from 3 to 8 docket. Atty. for Flf.

h clusive, since be does not have o'clock. 'Twenty-seven teachers CiRCUIT cornT. BRADFORD

charge of the Lawtey precinct; are enrolled. iv('OI"4T%. FLOIllltA. I> (:H'NCIoJR CAM FOR Rim I INOTH
l' and two or three small precincts Please List Rooms Y. 'K TO ('(). TR'(

; lWtl'ttl tAe 17'Clvtl't- in the county have not rendereda Dancer Is Popular AU persons having rooms or John&f. Hussey K. Hussey Defendant.Plaintiff Case vs. lotta No. Sealed MTARKK.' bids will FLOhilIn be .pa.

a Jj O'ilyYou final report.AccordJng apartments available for rent. or ""ORDER. OF PUBLICATIONAND the Bradford Board Cou..t'orllb of Public 'Inn'

to the figurea he MIss Mary Knocke of Jackson- that might be available in the NOTICE TO APPEAR office of said Board III

might not need automobile insurance. But the other has, however there have been 168 villa and Miami; known profes- future are asked to list them STATE. OF FLORIDA to Is: Lotta 1531 Florida, up to 10 oclocil
residence : 20th
!'o(. Hussey, whose E. 8. T.. January ,
births and 92 deaths. Of those slonaly as "Marie" was the guest with the National Catholic Community 6th. Avenue, Water Vllet, Albany which time and place all i ireived

fellow may .involve you in an accident deaths 20 were. caused by hem of Mrs. Nina Probette the week- Service on Temple Ave. County. New York. will be publicly"

'f orrhage; 10 resulted from pneu- end of December 27. Miss Knocke James director of the You are re'lul""d i to Bnpenr on read aloud for turnl hln| (
LOOK INTO AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE NOWI May February 2. 1942. In the above erlals and labor and rune
'{ monia; 7 were from chronic nephritis Is an acrobatic dancer who con- NCCS. states that he has frequent named Court and cause, wherein ALTERATIONS AND: AO.

; 4 from heart attack, etc. tributed her services for a plaintiff seek divorce. Bradford TO THE EXISTIVOBUILDINUS
pro- Inquiries concerning accommodations shall publish thU
E. JOHNS Agency ('ount)' Telegraph AT STARKSl
Four persons were killed In gram given at Service Club No. 3 in Starke and he Order In next four weekly Issues. DA.

i 119 East Call Street Starke, Florida automobile accidents; 1 person Camp Blandlng This was her will be glad to render this ser Witness Stark my. hand Florida and, this official January -, particularly known u ,
i'CHARLEY seal at Works Project Nt
'ubllo
t Telephone 13 was killed by electrocution; one second contribution to the men in vice to the people of the com 6th., 1942.tOFFICIAL Fla. 8-101.

murdered; one committed suicide! ; service having on, November 27 munity. SEAL) A. J .ThomasAs Any bid received. after Utied <|
: CoUrt 1-9 4t 1-30
Rsoressntlno. THE TRAVELERS Hertford Clerk of said time and date will Ml
died from one from
one poisoning! before 70 of
appeared over men Fla.
Jacksonville, *
JI' J. B. Harrison .........
strangulation; one was shot while the 43rd Division and again the Want A Flag? Atty. for Plf.riitrciT. -' Kach' hid tnust be arena:

committing a crime; two died same evening on the floor show a certified check or bid t
from influenza; and one from In these days when Americansare IN COCHTFI.OH1D -\DF'ORn) he amount of five ptrmi
S the
preceding dance given at the .
(eOI'TT .*. IV: CHA'lJfi"F. cent) of the base bid a' p
NOW OPEN overheat. American (Legion Center in letting their patriotism, be that the bidder If award I

Starke. known not by singing: the "Star Hal ..)', Plaintiff va.l..um tract will, within ten (ill))1
K. HaUey, Defendant. Case live calendar days aft. I
Dramatic Studio "Marie" Is a very beautiful and Spangled Banner waving flagsor No. 1122. notice being given of tucl

talented young lady and her shooting fire-crackers but by ORI>ER OP piiBLirATio.vAND enter Into a. written coot:

J't STARKE BOWLING ALLEY Edwin Southers, veteran romantic dances nrealways enthusiastically dollars, bombs and bullets do you STATE NOTICE OF FLORIDA TO APPEAR to: LauraK. the Bradford Board County of Public, 'lorldL metro

r? and Shakespearean actor. received by the boys who after have a flag to wave on patriotic Halaey whose residence In Unknown cordance with the ae..pl"

announced yesterday that he will each performance ask when she occasions? gIve contract surely I bo
You are required to appear on at Ftt
.. ON TEMPLE AVENUE open a dramatic studio next weekIn can come' again? Mrs. Probette Is The City has on hand SO beautiful February 2, 1942. In the above rontoohrd'f: "'r Courfl

the space above Quigley & trying to arrange for her to well-made flags-23 of them named Court seeks and divorce.cause, Bradford wh.r..lnplalntllt ida equal to one hundrrd

Davis on East Call street. come at least twice a month atthe'requesti'.of 3x5 feet and 25 others 4x6 feet- County Telegraph shall publish thla (100 per cent) of thtrice.

SEE OUR NEW 20TH CENTURY Mr. Southers l is well known in the different Divisions winch may be had by.applying to Order In next four hand weekly and Issues.official No bidder may Klthdrxl

Starke made his borne at City Clerk Carl Johns and pay- Witness my January for a period of thirty (I'I
having Camp Blanding. seal at Stark., Florida,. this set for the l'thereof.
I after the date
BRUNSWICK ALLEYS here for many years. He recently ing $1.27 and $1.80 each respect- 6th., .1942.CFF'ICIAL .
A. J Thomas
HEAL)
returned after an absence of sev- Associate DirectorJames ively (actual cost) for them. If As( Clerk of said Court 1-9411-30 All work shall be and do"

eral years and ,has recently been desired, the City will order a J. 8. Harrison Jacksonville Fla. I oordance document with relative plans theret>|

delighting audiences at the school L, Buckley, formerly of flag-staff 'at a email additional. Atty. for Plf. may be examined at tl. '

and at the YMCA with his interpretations Salem; Mass., but for the past 12 cost. I iv CIRCUIT coi'RT. BRADFORD Bradford the Board Count of Public Stark In.1 i

of Miami l la the rowTi FI.OHIOV. iv CIIAN- !
Shylock. Scroogeand years residingat or at the office of IW'J

I I, e other famous dramatic char- new associate director at the National Instrument Tax Joseph CICltY' A. Banns Plaintiff vs. Qoln Architects and Forrest Qalnesvllle M Knf.i
,
acters. Catholic! Community Ser- Margaret Aurello Racine Defendant and such plans and ont,*]
I ItS Those who wish to register for vl e' (USD)' 'on Temple Avenue The 1941 Florida Legislaturelevied I Case No. 1721 meats and forms for bw ,
a three mill tajt'on all real ORDER OF PUBLICATIONAND : be secured fromlh.r\ ol
dramatic be- James
training may do BO May, director announced NOTICE TO APPEAR then"
estate mortgages bonds for title, STATE OF FLORIDA tor Mar- flee by depositing
ginning the first of next week. Monday.Mr. urn of TWENTY-FIVE 1 II
agreements-. leed, etc., which Karet Aurello Racine 42 Bloomingdale In cash or nwfor '
Mr. Southers stated. Buckley Is an ex-service Ave., Pawtucket Rhode Island. ((125.00)
must be to C. A. each set of which T
paid Knight
man. having spent three years in You are required to appear on )
Tax 2, 194%, In the above FIVE .DOLLARS (I2SOJ
J, R.
Collector February
\ Kelly Deputy a
the U. S. of
Charlie Ward Dies Navy during World named Court and cause wherein refunded upon return
Clerk of the Circuit stated <
War I. Her' Is Court seeka divorce. BradfordCounty and contract document
a member of the plaintiff I la> C'
U
ia.fiPJW Tuesday. "The instrument must ; Telegraph shall publish this I condition within ten (
Charlie Ward 60-year-old farmer Coral Gables Post of the American Order In next four weekly Issues. ter the award of the conDO"for. ]
bear the of the Tax Collector
who had been living at Legion'and recently had experience stamp Witness my bend and official .

Brooker for the past 18 years In USO work in Key before the Clerk of the Heal at Starke. Florida, this Jan- I Bidder's quallflcatlnni the Boa"
ua.' 6th, 1942. satisfactory to
)
died suddenly at his home December West and West Palm Beach. Court will accept it for record, OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J ..ThomasAs llo Instruction of liradlodFlorida. I

15, after an illness of only Mr. Kelly stated. Clerk of said Court !-'> 4t I-.10 ;
''t T. Frank Ijandrum Starke: Florida. The Board of Public 'itt 1
seven hours.' Funeral services Laying Sewer Pipe Atty. for Plf.iv I I of Bradford County, FM| '
were held at the New Hope Baptist I Kccent BirthsMr. serves the right to waive lnnd
10"I
and
ties In bid
Church at 2 P. M., December Utility Superintendent Berry : ruin IT rornT, "nFoRn) all anv bids.

; 17, the Rev. Mr. Crosby offici- Johns and :'tola crew of workmenare and Mrs. Edward Pendar- (C'KHV.Aubrey'O'.T.LOIIID.. .'. IV: CIIAIM- BOARD OK PUBLICOF IssTF

__ ating. Interment was In New"lope laying sewer pipe from West vis, Lawtey, Jan. 6. boy; Mr, and E Wells. Plaintiff, vs. BRADFORD 01:011::; '

Cemetery. Mrs. Henry Turner Waldo Jan. B..eltart..n Wells, Defendant.Case I IDA. MIPDl
Lafayette ,
street up South Bay No. 1724.OiUF,1t By W. E. '
He Is survived by his! widow street to South street.; Mr. Johns 8, boy. OK PUBLICATION PuM1'tlon ;

Mrs. Olive Ward; two sons, Raymond stated that they will lay the pipe STATE AND NOTICE OF FLORIDA TO APPEAR to HaselMarlon Office, of Bradford Board of Co.nnI
:
i who Li in the army stationed down South street to connect CARD OF THANKS Wells, (9 Norwood House, ,, Htarke, Florida I .

at Fort Hancock. New with the""J' !Sldence that Robert B. We wish to extend our grate CrunHton. Rhode Ixlanil. AvenU"1 I

Jersey, and Arthur Ward whoIs Wear Y secretary, Is soon to ful and sincere thanks to our February You are 2.required 1342. hi to .the IV ('Ut...IT COt HT. n!*|

at home; and one daughter, erect there and to other homes many friends, for their sympathyand named Court and cause, (COI'NTY FLOHIUtl f\\

Miss Lovle Ward now living in later -to be"'' mllt In Mrs. Bertha rememberance in the death (plaintiff'ounty Telegraph seeks divorce.shall publish Bradford ('ERI'. 11.11I.

Jacksonville Pearce's subdivision. and funeral of our beloved bus- Order In next four weekly .." thl"l I I'Willie Shelton.<'ace Story No. PI>'

Not band and lather Witness my hand and official v..
Is
Only Bowling An Inexpen. seal at Starke. Florida, this January I riefen-
Mrs. Charlie Ward and children. Lillie Mae Story
Rank Clearingsllig" 1912 AppointmentsAt 5th, 1942.OFFICIAL LICATI.'
sive ( SEAL) A. J .Thomas ORDER OF PU
Enjoyable Sport But It Is : TO APPi1.11STATE
I X rmrriT roriiT. nn"u-opn As Clerk of said Court 1-9 4t 1-30 NOTICE t'Mae
According to W. B. Sewell, Monday's meeting of the (to.'s'v Fi.oRiun iCMAN- T. Frank Landrum Starke: Florida OF FLO1UDAI

Healthful, Too! President of the Florida Bank at Board of County Commissioners, I'.:an'. Atty. for Plf.iv I You Story.are required Id II
Ftnsa Marie
Krlder. Plaintiff,
It Provides A Type 'Of Exercise Starke, a careful estimate of the T, Frank Landrum was reappointed James Allan Krlder Defendant vs -' February 2nd, 1942, I"' ''
riRrriT (OCET. nniDFonnrOI'VTY. CBUK-
named Court and
Case No. .
past year's business reve-als the attorney for the Board 1111.onnEH FLOKIUA. IV: CH.'NCERY. plaintiff seeks divorcerelief. ""

That Will Keep You In Trim. Free fact that bank clearings for 1941 and county prosecuting attorney.Dr. NOTICE OP: PUBLICATIONAND TO APPEAR Ernest Bradford County '

totaled approximately $3.620.000.:: W. 'B". Parks was appointed STATK OF FLORIDA to: James Malcolm Leclalr. Plaintiff vs Bunny shall publish this Ord'f
Defendant.
Instruction To All From 11 A. M. While many individuals and county physician. Allan 1914 Marshall Krlder whose Street residence Wilmington Is 1725 Leclalr CaseNo. four Witness weekly my Issues hand and nj..i

buslnemtes use their check books Ernest Byrd was re-appointed Delaware. ORDER OF PUBLICATIONA.VD at Htarlce Florida tbK 1
To 4 P. M. NOTICE] TO APPEAR
freely yet It ls revealing to know county courthouse! janitor You are required to appear on STATE OF FLORIDA to: Bunny 1st. 1942. .'.
February Jnd., 1142. In' the above (OFFICIAL, SEALI.
that, more than five million dollars > named Court and cause, wherein la Malcolm Unknown.You Leclalr.. whose residence As Clerk ofKnight

has actually been deposited plaintiff seeks dlroroe- Bradford eV Knight tlark'! ,
City Arrests 623 are required to appear on I.
In the local County Teleiri'aph shall publish 2 Attys. for PIt
bank In a year's time. this Order In next four February 1942. |n the above
S weekly
New Prices named Court and cause, wherein
Issues.Witness.
According to Mayor N. D. plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford F

City Drug Closes Wainwright) Jr.;, arrests made'by seal at atarko.my hand Florida and this official January County Telegraph shall publish this QUICK RELIEF
Order In next four
15c Per Line Per Person weekly Issues.
the 6th. I94S.
City police during 1941 more Witness my hand and official Symptoms of DIStT.S3A'STOMACH
The City Drug Store, recently than doubled those made In 1940. A.(OFFICIAL Clerk of 8EAL.said Court.) A. 1-9 J, Thomas 4t 1-30 seal at Stark_ Florida, this January ULC

opened on the southwest In 1940 Charles K rises 6th.. 19U.
2S2S2S253S2SVALUABLE cornerof they reached the total of Jacksonville.. (OFFICIAL SEAL) A..1 Thomas
Call and Walnut streets closed 282 while in 1941 a total of 623 Atty. for Plf.IV As Clerk of said Court 1-9 4t 1-30 DUE TO EXCESS I

COUPON early this week and the stock is arrests were made. T. Frank Landrum. Stark,. FUrmrriT .. <
being : TUB riHCtlT COURT OF TUB: Atty. for Pit. FrseDeekT.flsofIlOm1TI*>
moved to the big new Can- EIGhTh' JUDICIAL ('IRCIIT OF YIII 1
ova Drug Store THM STATE Must Help er It Will Cost
In Panama OF FI.OHIUA. IXAXI
This City Still Dressing UpM. > FOR BRADFOHU COL'NTY lx COURT RR'DFonn ... bottlesoft* J[
f Coupon and 20c Entitles Although the new enterprise I. <'H\N: ('KHY COt'TT'., FLOH'D. lof: HAM; TIU &TMENT..be4lII..ldooympl.alDaofd"t.arWnI ,
has enjoyed a good business since IN HK: UEKTHUDE B. HANDELS- CERY. ,
I A. Kite was awarded the Irving "R. Cherlowe. Plaintiff .
Holder To Two Lines its opening several months ago. contract Tuesday night at the MAN NOTICI'!, Bertha Powell Chevlowe. Defen.vs. ">4 __al theses U WOatslneu. ,....
dant. Case
No. aoDlpotI Isle' or
_
J. .1. 171S.
Cunova. proprietor states TO WHOM IT MAV
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City Council of painting the City CONC-ERN: ORDER OF PUBLICATION Hewt-.r-
that it wUl be neceswtry to de- Hall Inside and at the front and NOTICE!! IS HEREBY GIVEN that AND NOTICE TO APPEAR dne.o been _eN. Sold 0J.)>
Vote his entire time to' the Gertrude n. Handelatnan a married STATE OF FLORIDA tot Bertha Ask tor "WllUreVe I MsSS'zplalns .
new candlng: the floors The 'contract ..woman has been made a free Powell ('heylowe. 604 East 171Uh this sreelmoalKoch "
J -- --- stora in Panama City. price was $108. it was announced. dealer by Order of the above entitled Street New York City. New York. 9T
i Court a copyof said Order I You are required to appear on DRUG



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