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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: February 6, 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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20 To 45 Lunch School ,ForemanMrs. Board Aids Killed Unknown On Road Negro. County Loses Suit; Fire Station Newest ddition | : :



Minnie Johns; foreman of Tuesday night around 8 o'clockan Will Appeal

[Register the rural school lunch program unidentified negro man on a a To HerePlan .ii

appeared before the Board of crutch. with one leg and one eye, Building Program i

Public Instruction at Its regular was fatally injured by an automobile Marcus F. Brown, attorney

14,15,16 meeting Monday with the request while walking along Road representing )he Board of County f

that it pay for part of her gasoline 13 three miles north of Starke.
and oil. The Board agreedto According to I. B. Rowe Mrs. H. Commissioners In a $12,000 lawsuit $31,000 More Six Projects 11'1' ;

teaalzing that the selective allow Mrs. Johns up to $10 H. Guernsey, of Jacksonville, was in the ease! of John Nuveenet To Pave For Schools

registration on Februaryand per month for this purpose for the driver of the car. It was al, Chicago vs. Bradford

| 16 will complete the the two remaining months of the held to be an unavoidable accident County, reported to the Board BotMt .a* It became \klent Involve Grants 11 :

ltlon of America's pot en. rural schools which Is to be paidto Mr. Rowe Mated. Monday that) the District Courtof Around City HallThe that all bids. for Ktarke'i. pr<>-

military: manpower.. Brig. the person: furnishing the sup While the City Council was in the United States for the IMHMX! new school building were

[Jvian Collins state director plies. session a soldier. J. C. Burch Southern District of Florida had City of Starke has awarded approximately $30.000 In exrp Of $646,736 :

fectlve service, points out The Board unanimously passeda drove up to the City Hall. accom- decided against the County. After Bradford Co., ..M of the anviunt of money j :'

faffects every male resident resolution approving the Protective anled-by another soldier and two onslderable'fdiscusslon.' the Board to the for Engineering the two tillable, nuwhlnriry wan net Jan t
the contract
'lda between the military Insurance Company Plan women, carrying also In the car instructed h;, n to appeal the case laying In motion to obtain an additional I. Starke la on the threshold of t '

20 and 45 years with a for Group Insurance for teachersIn the injured negro man who was to the United States Circuit blocks and of the pavement north on side the of eastside the grant from the government. Immense public building pro- Z'' !

ceptiona made by Congress, Bradford County, making deductions unconscious. After considerable Court of Appeals City Hall--one block on Northrhompson gram totaling'at least $646,736 ?
radford 'County, men be- from teachers' salariesIn debate as to what course to follow In 1934 according to A. J. That throe efforts mayo been ;
street and one on Kai-t: and embraslng six major projects.Latest .
these ages (who have not the County as set forth in the Councilmen and Police Thomas, clerk of the Board, the Jackson street. Each street will crowned with quick success lit .

sly registered) may do so the amended section 1012 School Chief A. L. Alvarez had City Com m I a s loners employed Mr. be 30 feet wide will be done shown by the follow IIIK "-Ie- Improvement for which

[armory in Starke between Law of Florida. Clerk Carl Johns call Sheriff A. Nuveen as refunding agent for equally as well as the other gruit. received lM'm.Nn..I"y. a Federal grant has been made j' ,
and 9 P. M., on all these O. Andreu. He came and had the Bradford S. K. chairman
L The Board unanimously grantedthe $897,000 worth of streets which were recently pavedIn night by Sparks was announced: last Friday In the
ccordlng to an announce- of the Bradford Injured man taken to the Alachua County road bonds, for which of the IJounl of Public Instruction -
request Starke, and will cost only $1- following telegram from Congressman
N. D. Wainwright Jr., County H 0 s p ital, Gainesville to receive 2 : "
by I County teachers for one-half day I services he was per 685: according to Maurice Edwards :
Iry of the local draft board. off on February 13 in order to where he died at 4 o'clock Wednesday cent. It was In the contract that member of the firm. Waxhinitton; I). C. Lex Green:

: last day of registration! attend the teachers' meeting. morning according t 0 the Board was to raise this 2 The streets will be of brick February 4, 1912Hon. "Am glad to advise approval '

ly, February 16, has been The Board voted to pay for repairing County Road Patrolman Melvin percent by buying up the bonds which will\ be taken up from East: 8. E. Spark: today by Washington office of .1
school holiday and them at At a conference wltli Federal Works Agency of a $35- '
I a Nelson Green's bus, which UcKinney. beloW par and selling Call street beyond Cherry street today
its may sign up at the repairs were needed because of par; but ml! the meantime the a* soon as the State Road Department FedenilVork" Agency offlolttU 000 Federal grant for the construction j l'I I

'houses in Starke Lawtey Us being overcrowded. Some Principals bonds went to par Mr. Thomas lets the contract for they agreed to and did approve of a two-story fire fta- ,
Brooker betweenrs Board'H tlon. purchase of fire hose, firetruck u
on and said, and thus It was impossible the[ completion of Road 261 to your application '
and 9 P. M. Teachers NamedE. for addition Federal extension ladder and other 1
of 7 A. M. to pay him his fee. Bland M Edwards an grantof
Camp Ing, r. :
will assist in the regis- $31,000 for Htarkn School. appurtenants com p r esned air t, ,
r. Crowd The Board tried to induce Mr. stated. '
ExpectedAt L. Williams who Is closing interestfrom Lex Ul't'I'u. plant and signals. together with ,
Nuveen to reduce the Several weeks agothe City '
out his third year as principal of I alarm system! and necessary fireboxes
requirement Gen. Collins 6 percent to 4 percent or voted to allow I the BradfordEngineering _
B. H. S., was unanimously re- for the City of Starke. This
ed. la! that all male per- Police Ball 4 1-2 percent, but he consistently Co., to d() the paving
I elected to that post for the 1942- Dedication Near project Is known as Florida
i L o t previously registered refused to do so. Hence, In 1939 If and when the property-owners 'i"
43 term at the regular meetingof Docket 8-210, and the applicantIs
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Ktlaln their twentieth blrth- the Board rdewe4.with! \ Clyde C. showed( a willingness to bear their i ,
the County Board of Public the City of Starke.-Lex Green
or before December 31. in Pearce Corporation of Jacksonville of the financial burden. Mr.
n Bob Satterfield, assisting Dart ",1
Instruction Mondny. M. C. .
nd who have not attained staging the first annual Police at 4 percent and 4 1-2 per- Edwards took the assessment list For (USO BuildingDedication
Likewise, M.V.. Morrow wax ;
Carl Johns City J
According to ,
( on or to Mr. Thomas of
forty-fifth birthday ball at the armory tonight (Fri- of.he cent. According around and every single one ,
16, 1942 mustr re-elected to the prlnclpalshlp the Board paid Mr. Nuveen a both. sides Clerk, the fire station will be ; ,
| February day), announces that Clyde Gar the property owners on '
Hampton school. G. E. Mc- ceremonies for ,
lot with and
as of their home addressn diner, popular orchestra leader total of $5,700, but he Is suing of both streets is willing to do his located on tile same 1"
chosen principal of Starke's new $80,473 USO building ,r4
3auley was Han- (
just to the rear of .lie City ,
7:00 and 9:00 m. for the balance. of approximately will
: a. m. : p. from the Roosevelt Hotel In Jacksonville or her part. The City paya
the Hellfcronn S p r I n gs school will be held Saturday mornIng using all available between
Ibruary 14th 15th or 16th.er will be one of the two $12,000. third of the paving costs, and up space q'
Jessie Lee 14 at 10:30 o'- .
while Mrs. Lazenbywas February the City Hall and the ,
words all unregistered music for the the owners on both sidesof
bands furnishing property
selected to head up 'the clock, according to present plans Methodist church property and 'Ii;
born between Feb- streets will each a
were the
jrho 41 gala event. school at New River. pay announced by Robert U. Wear, will face on Thompson street The ;f
17, 1897 and December The other band appearing dur- The trustees of the Brooker Daylight SavingTo third. executive secretary! Governor second floor will be used for IIv'r :

oust register. ing the evening will be Bill Ward school twice recommended the re- Holland and other notables will ing quarters '

between 21 and 36 years and Ms Dixie Vagabonds. Mr. appointment of Mrs. Daisy S. Birthday Ball take part In the exercises, It was This brings the total number of I

i who registered In 1940 andre Ward. who baa been heard over Fisher for the Brooker Junior Start MondayWhen said defense for )q
Repeats SuccessNat projects approved
not required to register WSM on the National Barn Dance High School; but action was deferred :. Construction of the Huge building Starke up to six, with a seventh '1//

ft I the General stated. program. recently purchased a on her appointment untila retire for the night Sternberg. chairman of the was made possible by allotment partially approved. The first to

Ilia anyone who la unavold- home and a business In Starke meeting to be held Tuesday, you alarm 1942 President's Birthday Ball of funds by the Federal receive Presidential approval was ,'
Feb. 8 set 1
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Sunday: your
( way from his home on Feb- and plans to "settle down" here.It Feb. 10.Mrs. for 2 A. 'M., ,'no you can get up celebration In Bradford County Works Agency on recommendation I that of Bradford High School ;,:

14th 15th or 16th'may la planned to have Starke's Ldllle Bridges was recom- and run your,time pieces up to 3 did a bit of adding and subtracting of the Fed eral Security September 2, which was origin i ",

J9r at the registration'place entire police force at the dance, mended by the trustees of the o'clock! Or if prefer, just early this week then pronounced Agency after a study of recrea- ally for 111801. It was later increased J .
you
convenient, 0 n
[days General Collins urged led by Chief A. L. Alvarez.'MI' the Vanderbilt principal for next retlre,- n-r-don't be surprisedIf long series of such ev nts'In the structure will serve primarilyas take care of the Reno school. J i '
you
lortda registrants to make Satterfield stated. Around year. Also the following were are a little sleepier than Starke. a center for soldiers, sailors And only Wednesday night tele-

i'effort to register with their 500 tickets have already been recommended for principal and usual you on Monday morning. Around $76 net profit was realized and marIneR, It lit hoped by the I grams were received from Con. 1r''

cal boards to avoid possible !sold for the event, so a record teachers In the Lawtey school by from the event, half of two frederal agencies that It greuaman Lea! Green to the effect I, .
the of
Ion In the future. Any por- crowd i Is expected. Festivities the trustees of district No. 6. President Roosevelt signed which will be sent to national will become?, after the emergency, that an additional, amount of $31,- ; (

ifho muft register while away begin at 9 o'clock. Principal, L. M. Sponholta act fixing 2 A. M. Feb. 9 as the be headquarters, to aid< In the fight the center of community life In 000 had just beoif granted the : t, ,

(,his home. he warned. should Proceeds from the event will eighth grade; Mrs. Emma P. tlmo for daylight saving to against Infantile paralysis, and Etarke. school, which brings the total to ':

ireful to specify his home be deposited In the bank for use Hill, seventh grade; Miss Catherine effective for interstate commerceand the other half will remain with Sherwood Gates. Regional Recreational I150.8O1 for school purposes In, *;

as so that his registrationmay by1 policemen and their families Young sixth grade; Mrs.: activity of the Federal Government the local committee for use In : Representative of tile Starke. *

| be forwarded promptly during sickness or other misfor Blanche Edwards, fifth grade; aiding victims In thin vicinity. Federal Security Agency, said his I The second to be approved was j ,
S own local board and to tune. Mrs. Joyce Futch, fourth grade; The Postofflce will operate en- With the profits from the 1941 agency had entered into\ a contract j
September 17, when the U. S. O.
that he will be included in Mrs. Eunice Kelley, third grade;: tirely by the new time, Postmaster ball and the 1042 ball now on : with the United Service Organization I''!;'
potential manpower to fill Mrs. Jewell T Roberts. second Fred F, Stump stated yester hand, the committee has a nice for the operation of received a grant of JS0.525, whichwa.e : (.
Inter Increased to $80,473 in
for quotas. This Should Help grade; Mrs. Helen B. Cody, first day. As for local business men, sum which can be used to aid the center dining the emergency. ": ,
I order to add a wing to take care ,
grade; Mrs. Beatrice Futch: No various opinions are expressed.All paralysis victim, aij I anyone After the war, It will be operatedfor of the Jewish Welfare Hoard to
action was taken on these recommendations will, o f course, cooperate knowing of worthy cases of this the public generally.
ryman Thankst by the County Board with the Government but they kind are asked! to notify Mr. "Both Mr. Lyle and I fret the be housed In the new building ,, J
Get HousesStarke with the YMCA. '
Starke along
Aid Teachersge Monday's:\ meeting will be governed by whatever con- Sternberg.The Federal Government Is making a ':,
certed action* ls taken as to hours chairman yesterday expressed definite contribution to community Projects three and four were

E. K. Perryman, chalr- have Show for opening and closing their of thanks to the following life In Starke through approved simultaneously on November .'
and Gainesville Fashion '
of the Bradford Countyer flees and stores, a; short survey ladles who asHUted him in makIng donation of this building" mid 6, when grants and loans ,
American Red cross. been designated as defense areas Next FridayNext of the situation revealed! yester the event a success: ''Mrs. N. Mr. Marx. "The Federal Works together1 for the Water Works .,i'
under the Federal Housing Act,
wishes to thank eyeryone D. Walnwrlght. Jr., Mrs. L. D. Agency has been glad to furnish Extension and Sewer Extension ".

|las) donated to the War Re- according Washington to an last announcementfrom week by Friday night February 13Startle day.The Schools of the County will Vlnlng Mrs. Nat Sternberg, Mrs. the funds for Its construction and and IllflpoHal! Plant totaled $341,-

und. It is! not too late for Lex Green. will have the privilege of open at 9:30 A. M., S. K. Sparks J. M. Smith Mrs. J. L. Anderson with general supervision of the 46 0. .

Ions to be received from Congressman entitles defense witnessing a Fashion Show and chairman said the county board and Mrs. Ceo. B. Flynn. Federal Security Agency, I believe Project number 0 was approved '
This designation
who have not yet contrl- workers In these communities Baby Parade as fine as many seen had decided. It would be too I Mr. Sternberg stated that he the people will come more December 17 when a grant of '

and wish to do so. The consideration In In the larger cities. Leila's Dress early to pick up the children for was especially grateful to Mm. and more to regard It as an Integral $33,000 was a p p r oved for a '

vlng' are additional dona- to special mort- Shoppe Is staging this show In 8:30: opening, he stated. Nelson Green for her donation ofa part of their dally community health center, and number 6 was lit.' '
of homes on
received In the last few the building FHA.A the Florida Theatre at 8 P. M., .. beautiful ly-docoratcd cake, life." the fire station. I
insured by the
bringing the total to $1,385: gages of what with Mrs, Archie Robertson of which was sold at the dance and This seventh which seems to ',t '
fuller explanation
)oker.Sewing Club $5, South- this to Starke will be Gainesville as master-of-ceremo- Bond ElectionSet added around $12 to the profits. Privates Enjoy have been partially approved i Is ,.,.

ell Telephone employes $29, means next nles, and the proceeds will go to Ho also thanked the three attractive the application: for an Incinera '!
In the Telegrapu!
Theatre $25, O. M. Ben- printed the Women's Service Orgamza-;! young ladles-Janet Anderson Own Birthday BallA tot A letter from Leonard H, I!

$1, Mrs. A. W. Redgrave week. tlon, Mrs. Mundy plated yester For March 10 Betty Anne Flynn and belated President's Blrtfiday Male, Public Health Engineer. l'

izel MacAteer $1. I Joan Carpenter who, dressed in with the Federal Security Agency. "'
day.First Hall for
dge Perryman stated that Conservation Checks will be the Baby ParadeIn clever red white and blue cos- Camp Blanding privates U. S. Public Health Service, New ,

|chapter: wishes to publicly Total $1,853.61Bradford which every child-boy or School authorities were not longIn tumoo, assisted In selling the wan the celebl'aledVedneRdllY USO-NCCS Club In Starke.nightat Orleans, La., to Dr. Bert R. :{ '

ess its gratitude to everyoneis girl-between the ages of two calling for another bond election cake.The 10 from Boone director of the County ,
Nearly dancing
cooperating and giving County has the distinction and eight Is Invited to partici after the fiasco of Tuesday, attractive red, white and BLarke, Jacksonville partners and St. Augustine Health Unit, under date of Jan. ,,

and services to the Red of being one of the very ,' pate. Ten valuable prizes will be January 27, when 48 more votes blue streamers that hung from entertained the men of a 29, says:

work. "We wish, especially first counties to receive Soil Con given away Including two silver were needed in order for the balloting the high ceiling. were loaned by New Hampshire artillery regiment "In general the Public Health "f',

auk Mrs.' Grace Walnwrlght servation checks' for 1941 payments loving cups one to the "cutest to be legally termed an the YMCA and were placed byJ. from 8 until 11 o'clock Service has been recommending I

Edna Hart, M. W. Morrow according to L. T Dyer, boy and one to the there"cutest"will girl be' election. H. Mclnnls, assistant directorof Each soldier was asked to give a sanitary lund-flll method of diej j .t 1"

|I. B. Cody who are giving County Agent, who supervises the As second prizes Also three gold Dr. W. E, Mlddleton. County the Y penny for the Infantile Paralysis posal of garbage and refuse 31!:
silver
time as first aid Instruc- AAA work. The first lot of 41 two cups.three gold rings Superintendent of Public In- Fund and $4.49 was turned' where I Incinerator has not already !!{

Dme as much a s eight checks totaling $1,833.61 were received bracelets be awarded.and Each child entering t'trucllon Is calling for another J. W. BuddingtonRites over to the local committee. 'I been provided. It Is therefore

a 'week-without one cent : on February 2. Others are will the contest will be given election for Tuesday, March 10 Held ThursdayJohn Mrs. H. E. Tucker was In believed that the City of Starke

[enumeration." Judge Perry- expected to follow In the near Mra.\ Mundy said. All at which time the freeholders of charge of the reception committee 'should amend application 8-226

i: said. "They are doing this future. aonvi prize, Invited to enter their special tax school district number Walter Buddtngton, 86- assisted by Miss Lorraine to Include a garbage truck (If

as a patriotic duty to helpre Tbe Soil Conservation work, parents are between the ages of two three are urged to come out and year-old Starke citizen, died early Hartmann and Mrs. M. Steele needed) and a small truck-type

the people to meet any with 512 farms signed up in the children cast their votes "for bonds." The Wednesday morning In St. Vin Punch and coffee were served tractor of the bull-dozer type instead -

jrgency 0 r disaster which county in 1941 has been well or- and eight Fashion years Show of age.will next be vote on January 27 was 218 "for" cent's Hospital, Jacksonville, following under the direction of Mrs. M. of an incinerator. It would

it, come upon them in this ganized and the work done on The In' which 40 girls will and only 38 "against." an operation.' Funeral services Tew. assisted by Mrs. V. S. St. only be necessary for' the City to

time by the untiring efforts of: ,' model presented.the latent styles In even- The vote will be taken to determine were held In the Starke John Mrs. A. Stevens and Mrs. write an amendatory letter rather

:Mr. Dyer and his efficient crew as whether a bond issue will Baptist Church at 10:30: A. M. R. A. Cluff. I I than applying for a new application

Cary Speaks of workers. The deduction factor ing gowns, spectator clothes and sports bathing be floated to take care of a $3:),- Thursday with the Rev. A. E. The Ball was concluded with a ,I blank."

for expenses of the Associationfor well as play Sandeze of Hollywood 000 loan to. add to the $84,801 Llghtfoot, pastor, officiating. The grand march led by Mrs. Tucker i I Dr. Boone turned this letter

: Rotary Club 1941 is only :5.3 per cent. suits by grant for a bigger and better body was shipped to Bradford, R. and Sgt. John A. Pulavki of Manchester to the City Council, which.
lover
lota! payments for 1941 will be and accessories. Bradford High School. I., for burial. N. H. Its regular meeting Tuesday

J G. Cary, well-known Duval approximately 20000.00 for the A |35 be de luxe monique at beautykit the Mr, Buddington came to Starke The Rev Thomas J. Murphy I night unanimously voted to have ,

nty political figure and can- County will Show given and merchants away are Mra. ,Sadie' Singleton from Asbama, R. I., ten years moderator of the USO-NCCS City Clerk Carl Johns comply
,
Fasnlon
tte for Congress- from' this d1. baskets of groce- ago. He Is survived by two Club, addressed the young people with the above request! and write '

was guest speaker at the In AccidentMrs. also ries which donating will be given away.Don't Mr.. Sadie-S, Singleton widow daughters-Mrs. Arthur McRae of briefly. I the amendatory letter which no

Iry Club Wednesday. to register your of the late Robert L Singleton. of Starke. and Mrs. Clarence An- I doubt will be readily accepted.

focussing the world situation Claude Rowe and her child and forget be prevent at the fashIon Fairfield, Tenn., died Tuesday at 'dreu of Panama City. He wasa I I Tire Certificates Not c o u n ting I! the proposed
J. M. Anderson, of Church. I
member the
Mrs. Baptist
7. as being the subject In mother automobile accident show and baby parade next the home"of/ her son-in-law and Bradford County Tire R tlon- seventh project, the first six to
eh everyone Is most vitally; were in a slight night at 8 o'clock. daughter, Supt. and Mrs. L. F. be approved dumped $646,736
about 11 A. M. last Satur- Friday In II Board No. 43-1 announces Issuance
fasted, the speaker emphasis- thecAr Mrs. Rowe was Chapman of the State Farm. Mrs ; 31st AnniversaryStump's of the following certificate right Into Starke's lap. Not only
the need for Americana to day when Singleton was 82 years of age
that but It Is most likely that
,
skidded on a bridge jus Correction store Is Just 31 during the week ending
*I up ,to the, fact,.,that ,their driving and cerebral! hemorrhage was the II years 31 another $100,000 will soon be
48. January :
side of Raiford on Road today, according to Fred
Is the this I Immediate cause of death. young
in
try now engaged funeral of Mrs.. Delia Rowe forthcoming, since the combined
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Rowe stated. The busl- Ralph B. Alvarez- tires
Mr
"My
raining, F. Stump, proprietor.
It was forwarded to
teet war of all time. "It I. Jan- The body was
preached on Saturday tubes.J bids of the water and sewer projects
the wai
car
and for some reason ness for 1941 was three"times as
Tenn. accompaniedby
iggle for survival said 24 in the Macclenny Churchof Shelbyville, were $100.000 over the
.J. Moody- tires. 2 tubes.C.
uary
skidded Into the side of the bridge and good as for 1939 and twice as
WB lose this war, we losehln& R. F. Kirkland Mr. and Mrs. Chapman. and the of Starke Is
considerably damaged.Mrs. Cod by the Rev. good as for 1940" he said, "and' R. .Whltehead tires, 2 money. City
It la a battle to the and was her head Instead of by Rev. A. ELlghtfoot burial took place In the family t tube. asking for an additional $100,000
Anderson struck I'm looking for a good year in
Willow :Mount
In Cemeteryat
between democracy and announced In last plot to take care of thin deficiency.
windshield and was as 1942." Joe Peele- 1 tire, 1 tube.
tarianlsm. There Is no mid- Into the weel('. 10 o'clock Thursday morning. .
bruises. paper.
:round." treated for slight I

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FEBRUARY
BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGKAPH. STAKKE. FLORIDA ,

P\Gl. TWO I __ __

cases clocks may be advanced still further.It Florida State Farm NewsCLUB I

h" The Bradford County Telegraph may be that signs, store-windows and Va& C *iw

KnUbUHbed 1817 some of our home lights may be ordered B. M. Montgomery -
Chaplain and Mrs.
E.: L. Matthew __________ Editor wad Owner. blacked-out. program MERT1NGA ;: : meeting of the club of Camp Blanding were

_- -- -- -SUBSCRIPTION- KATK ------- Meanwhile, let's do all we can voluntarily on Tuesday was much enjoyed by calling on Mrs. J. L. Robinson Author of "How to Win Friend

to cut down on the use of power- the members. Chaplain B. M. Tuesday.

Yearly, $1.78 Six Monllis. .1.0O- and don't forget to set your clocks forwardnot 'Montgomery interesting of Camp talk Blanding on his }\(.days E. Griner in Panama is .spending City.J. several and Influence People. ,
an :
Entered .* flea :gave
published Weekly on Friday and backward on February 9. i work with the soldiers. Mr*. H. L. Robinson was a business

:i sad Class Mutter a* the Port Office at Start, Fla.t O. Alford Mr. W. C. Thomas visitor In Atlanta during the

:and Mrs. Edmonds, all of Gainesville month.
Don't Forget That Germs Norton visited her
several solos and Mrs. Marnle
sang
Help Save Necessary Power Are As Dangerous As GermansIt I duets which ''were much enjoyed. cousins, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Lander GIVE :ALL YOU'VE GOTThe

By Saving DaylightOn is comforting to find that in spite of Cookies and coffee were servedby for several days this month.Mr. thermometer stood at 27 below on a winter
II Scott have ]
E. C. 1U0
Mrs.
saving time be- Mrs. J. G. Caldwell and Mrs.T. and
February 9 daylight the concentration of our whole nation on M. Connors, hostesses for the returned from a visit of several in 1893. On the platform of the Chicago, Milwaukee!

comes a national institution. assuring the defeat' of the axis powers, we afternoon. days In Sarasota.Mrs. Paul railway at Rondout Illinois, a man paced ui j

When first tried, several years ago, ourselves to attack by J. A. Bouvier, accom- down, his breath forming icicles on his mustache.1
are not leaving open BRIDGE CL"UB1' her little granddaughter of executives of the railroad
seemed to be something almost sacri- panied by was one the waiting fog
a there other enemies of mankind. The bridge club was entertained Patricia Helen McRae, returned Limited to come through. It was to be pulled brl

legious about tampering with time. But the With the repeated requests made to us Thursday by Mrs. M. E. from McIntosh Saturday.Mr. "Columbia," a new locomotive of spectacular pow

, in daylight saving time areas quickly Griner. :Mrs. L. F. Chapman won and Mrs. N. C. Slade of of the exhibit of the
people to spend all of the extra dollars we can for Prince of bigness, recently part Baldwin
B. C. and
S became used to the idea and were soon high and Mrs. Jacksonville, Lawrence Smith motive Works at the World's Columbia Exposition!
well be expectedthat Both
bonds it might bingo.
i defense Lake BuUer won Miss Naomi Warrick of Neptune
the problems of figuring Mrs. now being tried out by the road with a view to purca
troubled only by our contributions to other worthy prizes were Defense Stamps. Beach were Sunday guests of Mr
flashed the
whether the clock should be set backwardor Grlner served a fruit salad and Mrs. Bryan Whitfield. As the iron monster by, executive
railroad time- causes would drop considerably. ,course and coffee. Mrs. O. J. Beavers of Tallasee, startled to see a man in overalls clinging like a fly t h|
read
forward and how to for fighting board side the boiler. With
But the record collections Ala., has come for an extended running along one had

infantile paralysis, made through the marchof HIRTIIDAV PARTY visit with her son-in-law and gripped the handrail above the running board; witil

tables.With national daylight saving, most oft dimes and President's birthday ball, President's For the birthday first time h since a e been the daughter, Mr. and Mrs. W. N. other he played a hose on the right main pin as the rei

the complications will be eliminated. We for celebrated, we bad our own birth- North. ing drivers brought it close.
clearly indicated that the necessity Hanbee have Just 'The .
Dr. and Mrs. He wore no overcoat or gloves. slightest wing ,
will all get the habit of getting up one hour building a world-shaking war machine has master-of-ceremonles day party. J.,. G. ,Codwln assisted was by returned after spending several of his grip would have hurled him to his death j(.

e earlier and going to bed an hour earlier. not blinded us to the need for continuingour Mrs. Godwin and Jim Ritch. days In Chattahoochee. from his perch by the rolling and pitching of the]

' After few months, we hope, even the Mrs. Arthur Lee Thompson of monster.It .
a battle against that unseen germ which James Carey of Jacksonville, aspirant -
the week-end
, cows and chickens may get the idea. for the office of CongrCllllmAn Macclenny was was an unforgettable picture, gone in a flashy
death and suffering of Mrs. Robert Kite.
i has wrought among happened to be in the guest! great Columbia went roaring down the line at 75
But the of national daylight Miss Francine Fisher has resumed -
purpose hundreds of thousands of children.We neighborhood .land made a stirring an hour, while the engineer "pulled her tail" and gave
is not to cater to the whims of her school work after
any
g saving We talk on the need for helping everything she had.
know how to deal with Hitler. the mid-term vacation
spending
; t group of people but to aid our war program. the tanks and with the infantile paraiysla fund.A with her parents.Mrs. To the railroad man the significance of what he had 4
know that building planes
Many of us think of electricity as some- by bountleous barbecue supper was Robert Hess has returnedto was instantly apparent. It meant that the mainpml

thing which is limitless in supply-like air guns demanded by the President, and by served buffet style after which her home in Miami after visit- hot, and that the daring young man on the runningwas b

all contributing our efforts to the war pro- games and dancing were enjoyedby ing Mr. and Mrs E. C. Scott for risking his life to bring the Columbia in on tail
the facesa .
But actually country all attending.A
water.
or
is certain. \, some months.O. the road would buy her. ,
victory
gram, neat sum of over $30 was
a
power shortage and unless major steps L. Partney made a business Years after that incident Samuel M. Vauclain, the\

! are taken to reduce use of power for non- But in dealing with infantile paralysis, raised trip to West Palm Beach Thurs- president and general manager of the Baldwin Locomi

essential purposes, we may soon be forced we are fighting against an unknown enemy RED CROSS SEWINGThe day.Mrs. Works, and later. its' president, called personally oil
k community club ladle J. B. Treadwell of Stat- of railroad. He wanted to sellj
-against an enemy so small that it cannotbe president a Virginia
to have power rationing.The turned In at Lake Butler, on ham, Ga., has come to make an locomotives-against keen competition. ]

demands for power, because of ournation's seen with the most powerful microscope, Monday 32 pairs of trousers and extended visit to her son-in-law some' "It has been a long time since I have seen you,j
yet which has the power to destroy thou- 11 blouses. Mrs H. R. Holmeswas and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. J. shook hands.
+ unprecedented production program, Vauclain, said the president as they
in of the work. M. Bradley.
sands of lives charge
over night. remember distinctly. One bitter morning in.1
is much greater than it has ever been be- Miss Jane Smith of Madisonwas you
During these war days, when it is vital- FIRST AID LESSONS the week-end of Mr. stood on the station platform at Rondout, and saw min
fore. Although new plants are guest
power of 21
Pueaday night a class overalls on the running board of the southbound 1 U
rapidly being developed, they will be unable ly important that our national health be will begin first aid lessons instructed and Mrs.' L. F. Chapman.Mr. a hose on a hot mainpin. By telephoning (
Bristol
and Mrs. L. R.
to supply all industrial needs as well aa con- kept far above normal, an epidemic of infantile by Miss Nettle May- visited relatives in Gainesville Flaying that the nervy fellow on the running board j

h sumer needs. paralysis could do us more harm flower of Lake Butler. Thursday and from there wentto not the fireman, but S. M. Vauclain of the Baldwin U

than a German blitzkreig.The Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Rosier of Mt.\. Plymouth where Mr. Bris- motive Works, taking care of his engine. Right then I
Daylight saving time is probably the Jacksonville and Pvt. Milo Mack tol made a talk to the Blue there I decided that a man who would risk his life to i

most painless way to everyone concernedfor large contributions made to our of Camp Blanding were Sunday Ridge Assembly on Social Bet- tect the reputation of his locomotives would get my U

cutting down on general use of power. fight against this deadly disease show that guests of Mr. and Mrs. W G. terment of Rural Communities. ness if I ever had a chance to give it to him. We'll]

not going to be caught napping StrIngfellow.Mrs. Mrs. J. L. Robinson went to these from Mr. Vauclain."
we are on engines
It means an extra hour in the evening when Paul McLendon and Mrs.P. you
Jacksonville Saturday t 0 bring
tit none of us needs to use lights-and that releases one front while we are driving back the E. Stubbins, Sr., spent Mon- her daughter-in-law, Mrs. Merrill Here's the point fireman: would have done what Sa
No average ever
enough power to industry to produce enemy on another. day In!. Gainesville.Mrs. West and. Mias Thomas, Robinson who has been very ill, Vauclain did. The value of the story for you lies ID I
to stay sometime here to -
many tanks and planes. While we are waging war on the Ger- Jacksonville nurses were called Mrs. H. L. Parker returned recuperate. fact that it furnishes an almost infallible recipe for s

Later we may have to do more cutting mans we will not relent in our fight against down Monday to a t t end Mrs. with them. cess. Anybody who employed Samuel Vauclain got en

h down on the use of electricity. In some germs.I Sadie Singleton.Mrs. Mrs.Vanlce Geiger and son, thing Vauclain had to give. Follow his example and,
M. E. Griner, Mrs. J. G. Bradley, of Jacksonville spent will stand out among your fellow employees, andj

1 Godwin, Mrs. Madge Bozarth and several days recently with Mr. chances of promotion will be greatly increased.

Mrs. P. D. Fancher are spendingthe and Mrs. J, M. Bradley.Mr. .
THIS WEEK IN THE WARA
day in Jacksonville. : and Mrs. Busby Graingerand
I I Mrs. R. H. Cox Is visiting relatives .on, Walter who were guests Brooker BrevitiesBy

( summary of lnforme.tlen on the Important development of the In Moqtverde. of ,Mr. and Mrs. J.. G. Godwinfor
I week. mart available by official nourcee In the Office of Government Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Hewett of several
Reports, Washington D. C.) : days returned to their
Jacksonville visited Mr. and. Mrs. home at Belle Glade Sunday.Mr. nil
Mrs. Eldon Mrs. Hershel Layfield
Hardy
AWES. POOL RESOURCES Chaney took over command of all production. War Production W. N. North Wednesday. and Mrs. J. W. Dyke of and Mrs. N. C. Mott Sundil!
President Roosevelt and Prime U. S. forces In the United King- Chairman Nelson told a meetingIn Chaplain and Mrs. L. A. Shep- Tampa were week-end guests of MRS. THOMAS HONOREDA I Sti
Minister Churchill created three dom. President Roosevelt told New York City the Job facing herd left today for visits In Mrs M. E. Griner. linen shower was given for Mr. and Mrs. Harold ;,

t Anglo-American boards t o pool his press conference this force is businessmen is to rush war con- Tampa Lakeland and Arcadia.R. J. A. Lander has accepted a Mrs. Hemmer Thomas, who be- Jacksonville were visiting J J
American and British munitions, one of six, eight or 10 American tracls through to completion H. Cox is looking after State Federal position and left Sunday fore her marriage was Miss) Nora Sapp Thursday of last

, t, shipping and raw material. The expeditionary forces outside the "without stopping to count the Farm interests at the Tampa for Mobile\. Ala., to assume his Louise Gay, by Mrs. R. E. Hazen I Mr. and Mrs Purvis liars|
f boards wUl confer with representatives U. S. in various parts of the cost.OfThe Fair. new duties.on and Mrs. L. O. Hazen, at the James Purvis Jr of

of the Soviet Union China world. U-boat activity resulted In Wur Production Board an- home of the former Thursday aft- were visiting Mr. and Mrs.1
i and others of the 23 United Nations the sinking off the Atlantic coast Hazen Sunday.
nounced a simplified production NEW the ernoon from three until five.
RIVERJennie grounds and a large crowd
as necessary "to attain com- of two American ships and a Mr and Mrs. Marlon ,
mon re-qulrementa plan to speed conversion Lee Lazenby attended. For this gay occasion the living -
purpo e* Norwegian tanker. The U. S. Starke were visiting Mr art]
The President told his press garrison at Midway Island sank of small manufacturers Friends of Mrs Frank Merritt room was decorated with M. M. Hazen and Mrs J Cf
SURPRISE SHOWER Narcissi and ferns. arrival
business Upon
less than S100.00O
an enemy! submarine attemptingto doing will regret to learn of her
g' conference been great progress has attack the Island. a year. The Board also set up a :Mrs. Joe Moody entertainedMrs. mother's illness- Mrs. ,,Hersey la the guests were asked to sign a Saturday.Mr. .
made In unification of special section to collect Information Vondle Gibson Anderson now In i Jacksonville under the memory guest book. Later gamesan and Mrs. Eldon Hari.J!
American Army and Navy com ARMY 4 on all vacant Industrial buildings with a shower one afternoon this care of a physician. contests were played, prizes Mr. and Mrs. Jake Keener
i mands. He said such unification The President signed the Fourth so the Army and Navy pro- week. It was a' complete surprise being awarded Mrs Clyde Kelley visiting Mr. and :Mrs. W. Rant |

has been going on for the past Supplemental National Defense curement branches can award to the honoree. Many MAKES HIGH GRADE Mrs Daisy Fisher and Mrs. A. O. and daughter In

two months and does not result Bill carrying a $12.600.000.000 appropriation contracts in such a way as to games and contests were enjoyed. Mrs T. H. Sheppard received Register Saturday.Mr. .

from board the Pearl Harbor Inquiry for 33.000 Army utilize these buildings.AUTOMOBILE Later the hostels served salad another letter from her son Ed- Mrs. Thomas the popular bride, I and Mrs. L. Min<

ha In report. Mr. Roosevelt said planes and equipment. War Secretary saltines, hot chocolate and cake. win who was graduated sixth in received a shower of lovely gifts, daughter of Jacksonville'J
still studying this' report, SUmson announced plans INDUSTRY Mrs. Anderson received many a class of 90, Jan. 31 in Indianapolis after which tempting chicken sal- week-end guests of Mr. acl|
which placed the blame for lack to speed training of Ernest Kanzler WPB official In useful gifts.. Radio School. His
30,000
of pilots, averagewas ad, saltines and hot coffee were L. R. Galney.
American
Admiral alertness at Hawaii observers, navigators and other charge of converting the auto- Wayne Hazen was visiting his 3.78 and 4.0 was the highest served by the hostesses. On each Mrs. Frank Feagle and i
on
d Husband E. KImmel personnel to match airplane mobile industry to war produc- grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. G. W possible score. Edwin's
grade
a pro plate was a bag of mints as fav- Juanlta and Miss
and Lt. Gen. ter. ,
Walter C. Short but tion, said the to January -
Industry up
duction. War Secretary Stimson Andrew., this week. was AAs a result of his high shop
Presidential Secretary Early indicated announced 20,000 men have been 18 had orders for $3.000- average he will get' to attend ors.Those enjoying the afternoonwith Lou Hazen were .
s further action in regard released for duty with combat 000,000 worth of guns tanks Since the new automobile sales Aviation Radio School. Norfolk the Gainesville Saturday.Mr.
hostesses
t. and
4 ; to the commanders will rest with troops sine the planes and other war material.He are suspended, E. A. Sapp, Ford Va. The honoree and M'rI. Hemmer n
highest
Army began replacement score made in
were: Mrs. V V. Hazen Mrs. E.
$ Navy Secretary Knox: and War of enlisted said the Industry's present salesman, has donned his farmer this class was 3.88. spent Sunday with retail
men -
engaged J. Hazen, Mrs. J. P.
Secretary SUlNtOn.I'BICE of workers clothes and is Roberts Mrs. ,
in clerical employment 5OO.OOO busy getting ready Worthington SpringsMr.
and
housekeeping Four of the six who scored Mao Hall Mm E. C. Long. Mrs.
be doubled when peak war for large crops of general farm M H\II'\
Y CONTROLLEGISLATION activities! by civilian employee, may higher than Edwin were already Daisy' Fisher. Mrs. Luthur Harrell and Mrs.!
in reached late this products.Mr vWtlnJ\
production
some of them Oak were ]
women. He said Mounty
let class
licensed Miss
e President Roo evelt entrance requirements for officer year. He said lack of machine and :Mrs.. C. P. Ganus will telegraphers.Jack J. W. Madeline Miss Crosby, Mrs. and Mrs. L. W. Barry and r
signed the candidate schools have tools is the present bottleneck in be unable to be with the music Crews Is Thomas Bonnie Mott '
now Sunday.
Price Control Bill which been employedby Mrs Sanford Ritch
i4 for a license provide. changed to allow qualified enlisted the conversion effort but labor class Friday night. They will be Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Johns. Mrs. Mrs. T. W. Mrs. L. W. Barry and (
system
to Markey.
enforce Clyde Mrs.
Kelley,
s' price regulations calls for a men from, 18 to 45 to win lem.supply may be the next big prob- here and Mrs.Saturday Ganus night Instead. Mr. Mr. Johns Is employed as a carpenter L. L. Parker, :Mrs I. B. Harrison were visiting Mr. and SaturiWl Mnu
commissions within six were week-end In Starke. in LaCrosse
single administrator and months. Mrs.' Jake Keene Mrs. Kirby
contains Eldon
guests of Mr, and Mrs. G. W. Mr. I. B. H1;
and
Mrs. Mrs.
Mr. and
provisions. to Jay Moody had
permit farm pricesto NAVY ALIENS Andrews Hardy, and Mrs. Zuleana' Harrellof
last week-end but will Sue
as their week-end Zena ]
Mrs.Moody' and daughter
rise as guests
high 110
as percent of Attorney General Biddle order. Hampton.
The spend this with Mr. and Mrs.R. MOD
House one
passed and sent to brother-in-law in Gainesville
parity. The President said however ed all German, Japanese and Ital- R. Andrews. and sIster Guests from :Mrs. Thomas' home shopping
he ask the Senate a record naval Mr. and Mrs. Orlth Collins E. C. Long and son
i4 may Congress to cor- appro- ian nationals to leave specified Wilmer Jones. Leslie Jones and town of LaCrosse were her
rect certain gaps In the bill, par- priation bill of $18.0CO,000,000: in vital areas In San Francisco and John Ward all of Graham ,were of i ebrlng. mother. Mrs. O. C. Gay Mrs. W. LaBelle were week-end

ticularly the agricultural provl- cash and an additional four bil- Los Angeles by February 24. Mr. dinner guests of Miss Wordner Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Logan of E. Cellos Mrs. O. A. Register Mrs. Long and Betty.of 1
Ions. lie said the prohibition lion In contract authorizations to Blddle said 27 additional prohibited Southerland High Springs, were guests of Mrs. Mrs. C. D. Beth&&, Mrs. Tatum Mrs. Mary Green Vi'of''
against farm price ceilings build the Navy to Sunday. Logan's brother and sister-in-law Norris Mrs. and Mrs., W. O. Brown
at less unprecedented areas recommended by the Church services were held at Iris Gay Mrs. Clar- WIt)l
than 110 percent of parity Ia a strength. The Senate Appropriations War Department would be published the New River Baptist Church Mr. and :Mrs. E. C. Priest Sunday ence Strickland, Mrs. Fred Butler spent Monday

y direct threat to the cost of living Committee at the request of later.PRIORITIES. Sunday. The Rev. Tlllman filled Thomas Mrs. F. R. May. Mrs. and Mrs. T. W. Markey. Jt
although the licensing, rent cun- President Roosevelt, added an- the pulpit. Dinner Ruth Boylea Mrs. R. W. Cellos Mrs. I. W. Pinholster
trol and other provisions are use other six billion to the bill to ANDALLOCATIONS was served AIR RAID RECIPE) and Mrs. H. L. Moody. W. Markey and Miss MartwJ clIIJIII

ful weapon against inflation. The strengthen the naval air arm. strlcted to 12 ounces a week for We feel sure well never need lyn Markey attended!
Department 0 f Agriculture reported The Marine Corp. has recently The Senate passed and sent to each Individual. The Departmentof this here SOCIETY NOTES New River Sunday.Mr. .
the average of farm pro- announced regulations for enlist the House a second War Powers Justice announced the Antitrust recipe In Starke but an Mrs Alice Thomas and family and Mrs. Earl Greet

duct price. on January 13 was ment of 6.0OO men 30 to 50 for Bill'extending the Government's Division: Investigating the old subscriber of the Emporia, had as guests Tuesday and Wednesday daughter and Mr. and MraHinton

4.I 102 percent of parity. guard duty at naval shore stations. requisitioning power and carryIng practice of requiring, customers (Kan.) Gazette, who Is scotch her daughters. Mrs. W. spent Monday InvUIe.

TIn WAR The Corps revised requirements criminal penalties for viola- to purchase designated amounts asks that it be reprinted "Just in O. Matthls and children of Jacksonville .
FRONT ) to permit only college Jun tions of the priorities system The of groceries In order to obtain case." It Is and Mrs. W. H. Canning- Mrs. D. W. Hazen anl
lit The a from
Army repotted the Japanese iors and seniors and qualified enlisted WPB cut radio production by 40 limited amounts of sugar. recipe an ton and daughters of Miami.Mr Susan Norris were dinner I
were making heavy rein men to enroll In Its reserve percent, prohibiting e of alumi- aged Scots-woman for taking a *. Evelyn Crosby of Rising Sunday of Mr. and :Mr i|

tt forcements in the Philippines pre.Daeatory officers' candidate class. The num except on war contracts, and LABOR t bombing from the "Jerrie.: Is visiting her lon, Rev and Mrs. Hazen In Gainesville.Rev. .

to resumption of a large Navy waived minimum ap requirement restricted consumption of fickle, Labor Secretary Perkins said When the air raid warning C. A. Crosby and family.Mr. '. and Mrs. G. Eo JI

J' Arthur's scale offensive against Gen. Mac- of.23 years for leaders, brass1 and copper for. advertising labor'shortages require temporary sounds,I take the Bible from the and Mrs. Grady Baxter of ley and sons, Sam and
force. which were con leadlngmm and quartermen In and decorative purposes to SO percent "relaxation | n accepted standards shelf and read the Twenty-third Baldwin were visiting her mother of Melrose were dinner I
r tinuing In to hold strong positions Navy yards and plants under of last year. The Board also ," and asked labor and management Psalm. Then I put on a wee bit Mrs. Rob Lewis Friday. Mr. and Mrs. C. J. C***]

the Bataaa Peninsula. In the Navy jurisdictionThe Navy Is announced It will withhold a per- to place war production of prayer. Then I take a wee Mrs. C. Harrell of Hampton Donald Sunday.
'il, Philippine area U. S. forces destroyed recruiting skilled construction centage of canned goods In 1942 on a 24-hour. 7-day basis im drap o' "Iskey to steady me was visiting friends Saturday.Mr. Mr. and Mrs.' L. W. B r7j!

a 9.000-ton enemy vessel workers! for work at naval bases to Insure ample supplies of certain mediately. WPB Labor Director nerves. Then I get In bed' and and Mrs, Jack' Simmons of children spent Monday ill 1 '

and while at In least five enemy planes. outside continental United Stat ea.I'RODl'cnON foods for the armed forces. Hillman announced ratification by pull the covers way up. And Gainesville were visiting Mr. and I ville.
the Macassar Straits War Production Chairman Nelson unions and owners of an agree then I tell Hitler to go to hell
Army and Navy forces sank three placed full authority in the ment for continuous shipbuilding

large enemy tl'alUlpOrta.let two The Army Ordnance Department Office of Price Administration to operations on the Pacific Coast. W. T. CLUTE-REALTOR.

more afire, topedoed an aircraft estimated! It has been apenIng ration all good and commodities I The agreement :will be extendedto =:: .. P. H. A. LOANS

p r earner blew up another large $21.000.000 a day for the past sold on the retail market and for the Atlantic Calf and Great
ship and scored hits which M-ob- five weeks for 1.2OO various type. goods to satisfy personal, needs. Lakes cones. Mr. Hillman said. We want the listing on your propertyWe

: ably sank others. The Army announced of Items Including ammunition Price Administrator Hendersonsaid > The National Resources Planning have ''some wonderful properties for sale

United State. Army small ,arms artillery tank., etc. Initial sugar sale under the Board outlined in a 19-page pam- X666uxtntauurs.awtsor..soet See us about Real Estate
force ( your Needsco
arrived
k In Northern Ire- The Army announced its new 105 rationing plan to be Inauguratednext phlet a plan for full employment
land and Mnj. Gen James t:. mm. howitzer Is now In mass month probably will be re- following the war. 119 E. CALL STREET PIIOSpFRIDAY


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FEBRUARY 6. 194:3: BRADFORD COUNTY TKLKGRAFH. STARKK. FLORIDA PAGK T1IKKH


CHURCH DIRECTORY OF q t ,


. TllghSchoolJournal I Hampton Happenings SERVICES ( 1

rIa5T! BAPTISTRv. tl
Mm. M. W. :Morrow A.. R. ......".... Pl .t.r : r raM
ROY U. NnL: MORGAN N. W.!..! east ";" 4 I

WORK STARTED ON CHURCH Mr and Mrs. Ernest Morgan of Church School .::45 A. M. ?, :
Morning Wor.hlp II.:00 A. M. ,e, ,
-'I
The remodeling of the Hampton Gainesville announce the birth ota M.Kventnat .
STAFF U. T. U. T-e. I'
.iJTaNAL Senior BiographiesLOUIE Adolf And SatanThe These Dignified Baptist Church got underway son. January 21, in the Alachua Worship. H.OO: P. M. 'i
.
':00 P. M.r
>Kditorlntfarjorie Monday with the roof receivingfirst County Howpitul. Mr. Morgan Wednesday Wor.hlp :
t.
Theme en LEE WAINWRIGIIT original of this poem was JuniorsWell attention. Plans made enrly was the former Miss Geraldine FIRST ; 1'UOUI'T I

Moving on down our Hat of written by an unknown author in the fall will be carried out as Johnson. ". t). t10 ....' Psato.lee .
fsilcox. Mathews,, Seniors we to here's yours truly back ........ (
Margin come next our for the First World War. It has rapidly as possible, which include if. <<: StreetChurch
Dorothy friend, Louie Lee Wainwrtght. been revised for the present day with the latest news and views the removal of Bide rooms and IJAMITO.V" : HRIKFSMrs. : Hrhaol 10-00: A. M. '.

Special Features Louie Lee Is a native of Bradford, by Catherine Nollman.Old r from good old B. H. S. Confidentially the construction of a balcony in : Beutah Ivey of Gainesville tiundor young I'finpl Worship'1:90 11:00 P. M.A.: M. .. I

OvId Futeh, Joe born in Lawtey on September 11, kids, the reason you the rear of the church to Increase spent last week with Mrs. J. T. Kvrnlnir Worship S:00 P. M.W.dnedar r
ayes 1923. Lawtey has always. been Adolf called the devil up. ; haven't been seeing me about in Worship '::00 P. M. ':
Lander and "- ,
On the seating teaching capacity. Guy.Mr. -----
Iteporte. his home and, after finishing the telephone one day, : the tabloid is that I have been and :Mrs. J. Q. Adklnn ..... KPISCOPAI. '' .

.Junior Nina Bishop, Edna ninth grade of school there, he The girl at Central listened to looking for a big scoop, and bare SCHOOL TO ENTERTAINOn were visitors In Gainesville and MARK'S Fred Thebes. R.rtee I eMev.

Davis Edwards. Joined the ranks of students at- All they had to say. it is. Friday, Kebruary 13, the High Springs Thursday of last .. ".
patsy Roberts tending B H. S. Here he has "Hello." she heard old Hitler's One of the Dignified! Juniors Hampton School will be host for ,week HlintlarVor School.hlp 1':118:11-00 A. A.M. M. i.\) ,1 ,

--- ir"MM: Parker been ever since. voice, Miss Davis to be exact, has a new the annual Bra d f o r d County Mrs. J. W. Horne was calledto Hundur 1\1".n'n. 7:10 P. M. 1tFriday ", "

eWr.---: Buddy Davis Louie Lee Is most noted for his "J, old man Satan home? heart-beat. Can't tell who he IB, Teachers Association! meeting. At the bedside of her father In Holy Days H".nln 10:04* 7:10 A. M.P. M. o' I I

Douglas HazeD ability to drive the Lawtey school Just tell him this is his friend but he Is tall, llght-complexioned, the request of the officers of the Reeve vll1e, S. C. Saturday. _____ Ifl'1"' "J ".1'I i

-sFeatarea bus. Yes, he Is that attractive Adolf and has wavy hair. How these association the School Board Sgt. Fred Norris of Camp riasT PHIC.. TKRIAf '$', t tR.

Joe Lander young bus driver who has beenaiding That wants him on the phone." Junior do get around! granted a half holiday for this handing spent Sunday with W. ..... ...._ H. All.., _.... : b, 1

M Hayes Reporters! usitn the line of transportation The devil said "Hello" to Adolf 'Wanted -'by. ,'t h e newspaper: meeting at which' time problems A. and' ,Edward Saxon. S4M north Chrr Bt.Chuifh 4ST. ;;
junior frVhool 10 00 A. M. i y'
Nina Bishop Shlr- since 1940. And Adolf said, "How are staff-a few suggestions as to of the Bradford County teachers Mr. And Mrs. George: Chamber- Hunday Worship :11:00 A. M. i! ,
"
Davis. Edna what to write on. I don't think will be discussed. lain of Gainesville were guests of Mentor rruMdmi 1:00: P. M. '
Marjorie Grlder, In February of 1907 Louie Lee you? M. ,' I
Youth 't.o'
Intermodule ;
e v' they need any assistance. Any- Mr and Mrs. J, G. Adklns Wed- OOpP'M
Martha Markey Eva bad the most exciting experienceof "I'm running here a Hell on REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS Kvnln Worship 1:00: .
nesclay. '
way, not as long as they have .
I,1'
Gainey his life If you can so term an EarthSo --
that swell teacher and friend Lynn Hall employe of the '
fllrl's Sports appendicitis operation. He> says tell me what to do" Miss A. L. Olson of Toni Ington, Southern Railway System, has KOWAHD1I CTATIIOLIO. : 1 1R.
Fernandes.
Peek never, even if he lives to be 101 Conn., has sold part of his been .". T_ a. ......... PMtov ',d I
a '
Opal transferred
temporarily to
.
"What can I do? the Devil said AvvaooEarly
Found-A new singing quartetthe i!
old will he the
years forget "Adolf property In Hampton to John Dakota, Ga. JI--i.: A. M.IMvtae t<< .
you are my friend. cheerleaders. In"B" .\ t
that They sang .
feelings passed over him as > ftervlee
Parker. The transaction '
[ Kind Of Faceou Into If there's a thing that I can do. Club meeting the other day, Includesall Mrs Roy Starr of Macclenny fliindar Ma.. .:.. A. M. .J I.
he carted that
t was being" I'll help you to the end." and they really got "In the of Block 4, a tract east of enjoyed a few days with her W..k Itaty ..... ':41e A. M. t
"butcher-shop. Nutfleld Lane and South ----- 1 I
Wear running mother, Mrs. O. W. Rahm, Sr.!! '
( The things Louie Lee enjoys doIng Old Adolf said, "Now listen you groove. I hope to hear more of 475 feet. Mr Parker is clearing Mr. and Mrs. C. L. May had as no-PIC.. 'RICR''C'.IU' '',' '
them. .. Mr..5. T. Wolarl NaaaaaraMuiKtay il
tbat we wear are Just most are: aggravating his And I will try to tell ground apace for the early erec- their guests recently Mrs. Clem- Mr. rlervloa 9.SO H. M. i

B Rant a 8 clothes: often little brother, swimming, travel- The way that I am running Isn't it wonderful the Seniorsare tion of a new six-room: house on ons Orlh and family of Cincinnati Pride Her.loo 1:10 P. N. *q\

A person usually eels ing, aria taking pictures. He does On earth a modern Hell. publishing an annual? Everyone the aile.ST.RTS. Ohio, who were enroute to

[.o costume carefully 'forcaslon not have any, particular dislikes. should buy one, because tt's Orlando for the remainder of the RISING vi :

1 But does he cone Louie Lee hopes to be able to "I've saved for this, for many uah a wonderful rememberanceof NRW IIOAtK winter. '

face he wears? No matlIullable go to college but Is not sure Just years your school days. I know they Free Hall began work on his Mrs. M. C. Sweeney and daugh- By Mr*. II. U. Lewis ; :r,

the clothes, 11 what occupation he will choose And I've started out to kill, are going to be good 'cause they new home located on the corner ters, Norma, Joan and Connie, By Mm. Jamm Norman .' ,

Is Inappropriate the for life. The best wishes of the That It will be a modern Job, have a lot of pretty pictures of of Central Avenue and Orange were recent greats of Mr. and Mr. Blake from Palatka was 0 ( ,

e not impress Senior claSH are with you Louie You leave to Adolf still the seniors and Juniors, football Street. Plans call for a modern Mrs. James Gnann in Jackson visiting Jack Underhill of this ,-t: I I
I do Lee. and basketball members, news five-room house. ville. ', I :
section Wednesday.
i studied our faces more in "My armies I march through staff and others. '
many
than In terms Europe paper SUNDAY BLAZE Mrs.: Thomas Dyal returned Nelson Thornton of Baldwin t t' ,,
)f expression DOROTHY (DOT) GREEN Don't have a time In ,
grand
Sour, we could convey our Shooting helpless people down we During the Sunday dinner hour recently from a two month was visiting James Norman this f '

Its others with much less No Introductions are, necessaryfor Tearing up the countryAnd typing fourth period? No won- the Lamoreaux house was the visit with relatives in Jackson week. ',
to this Senior, who is always full der, look who the teacher Is- r
we should not the towns. scene of excitement when fire, ville. Norman of Jacksonville r. '
Of course, up Joe .
blowing ..
of 'vh ,- vigor, and vitality" be- none other than Mrs. Burnett in I
e, impression! that our acie caused by detective flue, broke Mr. and Mrs. B Y. Saxon had spent tbe weekend with his ,
studied, but .should cause everyone knows "Dot. She My planes drop bombs on cities, 'person, and .that simply divine through the roof. With the help as their !guest recently Mrs. Alva mother. Mi*. Maggie' Norman, "'I", 1
was born in Starke and is proudof Killing both old and ,smile of the blaze
young neighbors
em appear natural. T.here- was put Abernathy of Jacksonville and and daughter Joann.
[secret of right faces lies. her record of not having lived And those that try to change my I Since that familiar bell Is ringIng out but not before much damage Mrs. Ralph Dyal I of Green Cove Walter Underbill has some "i
anywhere else In her life. She plans for us to wake Up and change from both fire and water result '
[ sees that nails are clean, born March 27 1923.Dot's Springs. pretty collards m this section. j,, i
was Are taken out and hung."I i classes, I think I had better say ed. Early last summer an over-
h smooth and shoes are fondest school day mem- Mrs. J. W. Home and son, Mrs. Jack Sapp has gone to J::
hasta manana, and. I'll see you In heated electric fan caused much
[but does ho often see that ories were when a group of girls started out for London !the next. damage in the same house. Junior and Billy, have returned Columbus Ga.. to be with her :ir/;/.

le Is right-sincere,. serious, and boys (her so called "gang") 'With the aid of parachute M. B. after a weeks' visit with relatives husband. They will live there ',:h 0 I :.

ht-as the occasion might would engage In a first-rate Cow- troops W. M. U. MEETS In Reeve vll1e, S. C. until he Is out of the Army. "

IT boy and Indian battle. This was But the British, damn 'em. stop Seventh Grade News Mrs. O. W. Hinson was bOBte Mrs. Frank Williams of Gainesville The Rising pecan farm Is lookIng I,, Y t .

you ever stopped to think when she was In the sixth grade. ped me Thursday, January 22, to the visited her parents Mr. and better sine some of the mow J 'I

Incere you may appear toyou're The houseparty at Jacqueline's Before I reached the sea. 7-L members of the Hampton W. M Mrs. D. W Johnson one day last la out of the tree. It will soon 'I'' i''rbe \

[ Insincere your face house on Kingsley Lake last year, "My submarines are devils, We are sorry that Agnes Lewis U. at her home. weeK. tune to start cultivating the ",.'.,. '' \'

J it. Our face tells others ; before the beauty was Invaded by Why you should see them fight. and Audrey had to miss' school grove. ,I : :

are ingenuous or not. Just Uncle Sam's nephews, la almosta They go sneaking through the 'because! of illness. ; we are gladto VANDERBILT straw on their berry plants. Mr. and Mrs. James Norman ,. ,, ', t I

Tpresfllon of sincerity may : memorable occasion for Dot. seas have them back Mi Velma Norman Mis Velma Norman attendeda I wore recently visiting Mrs. Nor ,; :' "; :
s
|ce others as to what we ,I Like everyone else Dot has her And sink a ship at sight. Gay Drlskell, reporter. Ily marshmallow roast at the home man's parents. Mr. and Mrs. M. ,'a, ,.

II I likes and dislikes. She couldn'tlive O. C. Norman of Malone was of MiSH Luclle Crosby tn Rising J. Sapp and .children of Lake f

i all things one should not I without her shrimp and "I was running things to suit me, 1-D visiting his parents, Mr, and Mrs.F. Friday night Butler 1

|at another person if be is French Fried potatoes. She would Till a month or so ago, I We have new science books. M. Norman, recently. Mrs. Maggie Norman of this ,!;; i i ,

One should place a seri- be forced to raise shrimp herself, When Roosevelt and Churchill They are "Helping the Body in Levy Norman and daughter, EVERGREEN section was visiting Mr. and Mrs. r: ;J

reaplon on his face and If Hitler decides to plant submarines Decided I ought to go more Its Work," which has proven to Velma, made a business trip to Icy Mr*. F. A. Router T. D. Proctor 0 t Lake Butler "t ;i

form tbe desired impres- on the coast, making it slow be very interesting. Mrs. Demo- Gainesville Wednesday of last Sunday. '1'f'i"'
for shrimp fishing. rest asked us to put covers on
impossible! Mr. and Mrs. Dan Rosier of Miss Dot : l <
,
conceited and "I paid no attention to them- books to them neat week.Mr Tommle Barnes
She dislikes people our new keep the week-end \
Jacksonville
'spent '
|person unloads his troubles and' Mrs. L. L. Renfroe Barnes and Edward Norman were ; !N I. t i
two-faced girls. Spinach andsweets'are Now I'm afraid they're after and' clean. Every one has co- ,
here with relatives.
ur' shoulder, don't, turn a and lIOn Samuel, were visiting visiting Karl Proctor and MtasJusmlta :,
to him. At least try to her food enemies. Dot me operated by doing so. Sam Norman and children of Rev, and Mrs. ,H. 1*.' TUlman Proctor of Lake Butler 1;,t\ ,' I ISunday
likes to wear sport clothes of any For they've sent those Yankee Jimmie Ferris has; be- r
'
a face of sympathetic recently Long Bridge Sunday afternoon.Mr. were visiting at the home of Mrs.J. afternoon. .tI I "
soldiers
Don't start telling him kind because when she gets In a come a member of our class; we and Mrs. 3, W. Knight and S. Rosier Friday. \ '
hurry, she doesn't like for any- From their homes across the"Now welcome him and he likes.
I your troubles, but try toft hope daughter, Sandra, and Mr. and : Mrs Paul Glover and children '
him. thing to stop her, not even a sea our school, B. H. S. Mrs. W. C. Douglas of Jackson- of Fort Pierce are guests of Jier AUTO PARTS i

chair. She likes dancing better Elverie Holland has been ab- friends and rel- Mr and Mrs. J. E. Rosier. I
reclatlon on the face tells doubt that's. why I called you, ville were visiting parents, .
and '
(than all the words: In the i iry than anything else, no dancer. Satan, sent for some time and we areela.d atives of this section Sunday aft- U8KD TIKES.
could say. Even if a because she is a grand For I want advice from you, that she Is back r.'Ilfc n ernoon. Mrs J. E. Rosier has returned YOUR SIZE:). GENERATOR. f' 1 "
in the ,
thank you is not utteredadiatea She hates to bag clothes I knew that you would tell me Ann Wilt is absent and we lope Mr and Mrs. Mack Sweat and homo after spending several AUTO QLASM CASH FOR i"" ,. !. I

from the face, the Dry Cleaner's Job. She her shows favor her Just what I ought to do" that she will be with us again baby of this section were visitingMr. I weeks with her daughter in Fort BARS AND TRUCKS IN ANY : :(/ ; i i
selecting
patriotism by
|feels a thousand fold re- "White soon. and Mrs. Tlson Sapp and Pierce. UONDITIONr.Utwd: '. I. ; ,
ite tonga as follows- "My dear old Adolf Hitler Joyce Moore reporter. family of Raiford Sunday even- Mrs. Maggie Forsyth came n" 'I

Cliffs of Dover" and "RememberPearl There's not much for me to tell, I home last Wednesday from Jacksonville I Auto $25 up ; I ,

n't the big words we use Harbor." For the Yanks will make It hot. Ing.Mr.. and Mrs. G. L. Sapp and where she had been

i expensive clothes we wear Dot's only ambition is to be- terThan Watch Your MakeUpMakeup son, Rheudolph, were visiting Mr. visiting her children. HASKINSAUTO ., : ,

alters, but the face that come an Ambulance Driver for I for In Hell. and
can you be an advantageas and Mrs. J. R. Kelly and family Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Rosier )"
nlea the words the Red Cross. She can PARTS
or the American of daughter Clarice were in Jacksonville -
Rising Sunday
., If a person memorizes] plans to enter training next Sep- "I've been a mean old Devil, well as a disadvantage if used The farmers of this section are Wednesday night, visiting North off fowm\ M Rank IS t :
Not woman or
ctlonary and Train- But not half as mean as properly. every
couldn't wear tember In the Motor Corps you. busy fertilizing and putting'' the relatives. ,,\
ht face, his,words are in ing School in Charleston South And the minute that you get here girl can apply make-up with as 'l :

Clothes too, for every day Carolina. We hope Dot knows I will give my Job to you. much skill as Is needed. It is "
,
\" see if he doesn't have and she better not to wear any at all .
an what a dangerous big Job W\.
/
Ie "I'll be ready for your coming, than, to smear it. ,
supply of,faces. is undertaking, but we all know
And I'll the fires all do not consider
keep Most
people ', .! ,
face the Dot does not lack courage and > "
your express Uncle bright, how their make-up looks to other ACTIVE SERVICEfor : II
to IN
i wish to or does when it comes helping
express And I'll have your room all ready, people. If one would practice ap "I :' ,
Sam she's all for it in a big way ,
ays remain
the same?
(
,
When the Yanks begin to plying make-up on himself. I am <
'
amiable person can be madean school Dot says days she over hates this to year see her be- fight. sure more people would be a pret- Americas Two Great Armies I .!tt\:\* '

'
[ uninteresting one by a tier sight to look at. : :
of expression with a cause she says she will miss her "For the boys' In Khaki will get "Be natural," Is a motto we see I ',', ) ,..
of good ole chums and all the kids you. t I''!
mood.
however few people
she has known all her life. Yet tell everywhere; : :
I have nothing more to ; heed this. Darker'shades' of lipstick
lh she says she has to go and makea Hang up the phone and get your and rouge are being made f I'
Grade News8A
place for herself In this war bat
each year. Of course everyone 1 It I
time world. So Dot, no matter And meet me here in Hell.
out in
wants to try them and
where go or what you do, we
you
I have doing so, they begin to look pale
a new pupil In our win be pulling for you and wishing -
J Betty Jean Hiatt. We are I you much success\ -and happi- These JuniorsWhat without them. Tbe lighter tones
Wad to have her with usJe are much easier to apply than

hope that she la glad to ness. have they done now? the dark ones.

|re, too. She moved hereelJon. Frankly they've gone all out Don't say that this article is ,, :
Campus Chatter patriotic in their home room pro- not telling you not to use dark

of gram. They have a book called make-up, but I will say this .
1
,feck because us are studying bard Say, folks, seems as If everyone ,'"The Patriotic Anthology which If make-up Isn't made any longer, : I

Of of the monthly Is Just overing the President's la an American history in poetry what will you do? Unlem you ;

course we all hope to and In addition they're- lot of I .
hem prose. possess a oomph am IrUJ'eYOI1'U !
but Ball.Among
the answer is still those that I saw havinga
listen! look rather ghostly! : ,
| teachers. hand.t bang-up time were Herbert and 1'' ;
"I believe In the United States
would wed 0 without of America as a government of I ,
Lora.Verlena Ninth Grade News9D
1 to lead us in our songs and Enoa seem to be the .'
the people, by the people, for
her home-room activities T frequently. Seems F r
seen together ,5
people; whose Just powers are derived '
.
Dorothy Mott. reporter. as if they had a time unhooking ,
consent of the
from the Catherine, why are you so bashful -
off Jack and Mac'sFord.
their
bumper governed; a democracy in a republic around him?

Grade Newsare ; a sovereign nation of I wonder why Berta Lee wentto
Seems as If Jack and Dot, Jer-
many soverign states; a perfect see Catherine Sunday. Do i
always glad to have rie, Elise, Carolyn and Sarah union, one and inseparable; estab- you love a brother Catherine? L

all teach us new songs hated to see their girl friend lished upon those principles of We wonder If Dot'William* will
e to ''' married Sunday. Your time !is ,'
ling rie flute freedom equality, Justice and start going to the Tic-Toe often.

.King Cole and "Bounce coming next girls. to humanity for which American The new boy James Brown works 1.,

Pall" which she Has :Just Wonder what happened she patriots sacrificed their lives and there, you know. }
nlteT Hear
118. In these songs we Freddie Friday fortunes.- 'Jessie. Jones s ems' so lonely

the lute, play the fiddle stayed home and missed all the I therefore believe It is my since Clyde Jolly left. FlarUa M..r Uses It already actively fa tt e.w-twlki MuMwd.Iwl.11y S" ', .I'N

once and catch the ball as excitement. duty to my country to love It, to We wonder why Billy Brookswasi the read. af awr tw naive, aiUHary .... ...... e '

g. All these actions mustne Jerry Silcox l looked stunning In support its constitution, to obey absent Friday? That science Far she FIGHTING FOKCf. deride Mew Lira Mew safi .ahijBi ..... Julyar .i '

| to the rhythm of the black silk Jersey and dancing to Its laws, to respect its flag, and test, I bet.Vonclle. ..'I't 1ragatie. ....,- -" ..."..* ........- ..... alb -. ....-...........

her hearts desire. to defend It against all enemies." please tell us why you t .......* .t ham wfcaw ....,.. are' ........ '

Plret Grade Ruby Lllley. Dot Green looked very glamorous Now you know that they're tamed white today when 'OUR Far Br CIVIUAM ARMY Flarloa Mat. u..IiIn its .....,.,......
you
In red silk Jersey and her to In unison theAmerican's pities( i war wo kar to tapir' ..... .... k.wl.s ... ...... Meg ... ke.i- 44 .
maim leis
learning repeat "Joe.
are Clad to have BeuIah- corsage was too divine. Given to Creed. were Introduced to sus imch _. ." rcr..,i
&nnon in our room. her by "him." Jack Oliver's curl disappearedone of vital, war materials .,- far .tsse .es..s esr ...... 8g .es.... tF- ,'A

have been learning what the Heard Joe Allen got a bad deal day not long ago. He looks O' -.a'fS per fellai. at foal, r.r' pored af .nibs ... ...... i iipp
In Fifth Grade News lost without It. '0 1sst
our heleft. .
,
flag mean so that Friday night. Wonder why :
y Robert said he shook bands so to' a UNION BUS STATION a n 1. r.
,
grow to be as loyal as so early. r ,' -
hand Is .
GoB much last night that his :
J., B. sure did look happy Fri- We have been learning many sore. goaA: .w.,,,- Lacy Conway Agent f a Kx n r K \ ;
Carolyn Bradley. day night. Wonder why. ..- -- --
Wit --
Canada Merle Gilder -
1 Interesting things about reporter. ItA. .us
,
and Rox &II the Wonder what happened to Patsy ..I.- .
beat We learned that more asbestos :
writers ta our group. and VernonDon't see them ; Clark back after >an attack of ;
call form Could it be the and nlckle are mined there than J.ORlDAMOTORIIMU :
[
every letter per- around so often. other place in the world. the flu. }
and my
the
rest of us are cold weather? Many of us are buying Defense
If to learn to write as well Well folks, see you In the next, Edna Earl Noegel brought some Stamps. .
y do. U. S. asbestos for us to see.
till Hitler invades
so yours Patsy Dew reporter.

Mrs. Robert, teacher. Scratch, Scratched Scratching. We are glad to have Woodson J 1 iti4 I



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BRADFORD COUNT TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA FRIDAY FEBRUARY 6. I 1&'
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of flowering almond were taste- be held at the Church on Friday, Carma Elizabeth Martin
All Circles of WSCS
n&& SOCIETY and CLUBS fully arranged In the room where February 6, for the Sunday
: !* / Held Meetings MondayMrs. the gueots were seated. School Association! wan discussedand Mr. and Mrs. Elton Martin)J

I !< The spiritual life service! was formerly owned the Coffee i\\
f W. R. MIddleton was host a part of the menu was
conducted Mrs D. P. Carpenter -
by cafe In Starke but '
:lIls.Iural! Brown Woman's Club InformalParty ess to Circle Number One of the her topic being "One thingis designated to each member. Ocala now ne! '

Weds Mr. Temple Will !Meet WednesdayThe For Mrs IJIackshear, Woman's Society of Christian needful" Mrs. W. B. Sewell. After all business was taken are receiving conga
A Recent Bride Service of the Methodist church, program chairman ably conducted care of the hostess served hot tions, on the birth, on Febm I
At Noon Sunday Woman's Club will meet on Monday afternoon, at her the program which was on the chocolate and wafers. 2 of a daughter-Carma EIIII

Wednesday afternoon, February Mrs. James M. Blackshear who home on West Madison Street subject of national defense. The next meeting will be heldon beth.
b A beautiful wedding ceremony II, at 3:30: o'clock at the club before her recent marriage was Potted plants and sprays of peach The circle chairman, Mrs. Wil- Tuesday, February 17, at the -
took place In the M e t h o diet house. Mrs. D. P. Carpenter I blossoms/ were used for decora- liams, presided over the business home of Mrs. Gallant. At that CARBON PAPKR-8 1-2 ,
Church Sunday at noon where chairman of program committee, Miss Beverly Cady was honored ttona In the living room. session, and at this time offerings time the Circle will take up the 8 1-2 x 13: S3 per box'-ggh h

Miss Mural Drown became they announces that Mrs. Ralph Smith, by Mini Fances Peek and Miss The devotional service was con. were made for both local study of a book on missions. FORD COUNTY TELEGRgpa
of the organ- at the home of Miss Kate Strutb, and
+ bride of Charles T. Temples. The first vice-president Evelyn Stump ducted by and pledge work.
ization, of Sanford, will speak on the former, on 'Saturday after- Mrs. I. P. Shepherd reviewed an The hostess served tea. cookies --
of the
Rev. O. C. Powell, pastor "Plans and accomplishments of from four to five o'clock. interesting article from the World and Valentine candles to the nine ---
Church, officiated using the ring the Woman's Clubs throughout non Outlook; Mrs. Titus Olson talkedon members present.
In reference to defense For this Informal party the In a
ceremony. the State "Christian Imperatives WHY WORRY ABOUT IT .
-.
t dec-
t The bride was dressed In a blue work." Mrs. Smith will be accompanied Peek home was tastefully War-torn World." The business Baptist WMS Circles
orated with red gladioli, and the
by Mrs. Walter Cooper session was presided over by Mrs
suit and hat with biege accessories also of Sanford, who will makea Valentine motif was carried out Mlddleton, circle chairman and at Hold Regular Meetings ,Protect your car with Comprehensive and Collision

{ ; and wore a corsage of white short talk. In all the arrangements. Miss this time arrangements were Circle No. 2 of the Baptist*W. Insurance. We will gladly furnish with |
gladioli. She h a e been living Stump and Mils Peek presentedas flowers In the church' you details ol
Bradford made to
Mrs. L. A. Davis, put
M. U. met with Mra. L. H. Jennings -
childhood of her
the
Starke since early to bride pieces
gifts '
near County Chairman of Home and for the month of February. An Automobile Insurance.CHARLEY .
t in the home of her. uncle Betterment for the selected pattern of crystal. The offering of $5.25 was taken for Monday afternoon. Mrs.
and aunt Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Community hostesseq, .served as refreshments G. H. Bennett was welcomed as
Defense Council of Florida will local work. new member and Mrs. R. B. E. JOHNS Agency
{ Smith She Is at present employed dainty open-faced sandwiches In a ,
the lines of what the Russian tea,
talk along The hostess served
led the 'After
Alvarez devotional.
as! cashier with Frank's Fine red and white, potato cbips." ,Valentine '
119 East Call Street Starke
t Food. home-maker should know and do I. candles and Coca-Colas. open-facod sandwiches and fruit the business meeting and.during; Florida
In regard to the Defense Pro- cake to the 12 members present. Telephone 13
the social hour work
Mr. Temples Is the son of Mr. j. The guests included Mrs. Clifton was begunon
and Mrs. Charles Temples, of, gram. Brown, Mrs. W. Hallie Jones, the infants' clothing being; RprM.ntln0 THE TRAVELERS Hartford
The business session will be Mrs A. Z. Adklna\ entertained the circle.
WaInwright prepared by
and has been living In Mrs. Fred Guy, Mrs. J. R. -
i Starke Chipley for about a year. He has' presided over by the president, Mrs. Charles Darby, Circle Number Two.at her home The next meeting will be .with -
I' a clerical position at Camp Blan- j Miss Evelyn Stump and at this Misses Hope and Georgia Haynes on North Walnut St.,. and the Mrs. R. A. Green, and Mrs. it. F.
dIng, and operates a service illation time she will call for annual re- !Marguerite Deyorlo Dorothy Del- flowers chosen to brighten the Hazen will lead the devotional. FUNERAL DIRECTORMy

on Road 48. They will make ports. 'avan, Frances Opperman, Aline living room were white narcissi. After the closing prayer delicious Many: Years Experience Makes It Possible for He to Render
Ft their home in Starke, and both Hostesses: Mrs. J. R. Wain- Lanier, Lillian Sternberg. Mrs. Mrs. G. C. Powell, circle chair- refreshments were served by EFFICIENT PROMPT and COURTEOUS SERVICE
will ,continue with their preeentposition. wright, Mrs. Charles Darby, Mrs.T. I Edwin E. Torode, Jr., Mrs. Harry man, conducted a devotional service the hostess assisted by Mrs." R. MODERATE PRICES
T. Long, Mrs. Charles Turney, Houston, Mrs. Earl H. Johnson, using as her topic "Spiritual A. Green.
Mrs C. W. Chalker Miss Ruby Mrs Tom Carter, Mrs. Al Man- Attitudes in a Changing World; DeWITT C. JONES

Lilley, Mrs. D. P. Carpenter. usa, Mrs. Guy Sale Mrs. Eld- and closed with an earnest prayer. Starke Florida
Service Circle 3
Royal Program Looks No. met at the homeof
The Faith Up
"My
Dennis hymn .
redge Smith Mrs. James .JmmciDCDlDtDt
Mrs. A. M. Darby Monday aft-
'rot The regular monthly Royal Carol White Entertains Mm I* W Kemper. Mrs. S. R. To Thee with Mrs. Adkina circle.as ernoon with eight members pres" """r.>mf BSBB5S818S3SKI8B8SRIAnnouncement
? Service program of the Baptist Intermediate League Johns, Jr., Mrs. Glen Wood, Mra. pianist, was sung by the ent.
W. M. S. will be held In the E. .L. Matthews M r s. W. C. Miss Olive Ray told a story of
Church Annex next Monday afternoon Miss Carol White entertained Powell Mrs. Grady Baggett, Mrs. "Missions! In the Jungle of British The devotional was conductedby
ti February 0, beginning at the Intermediate League of the R. G. Kldd Mrs. Bill Graham India"; this article was from the the leader Mrs. G. W. Alderman : ,
with the theme
i.4 3 o'clock. Circle number Four Methodist Church Thursday evenIng Misses :Madge Whigham, Mar- Christian Herald and was writtenby taken from -
the 14th
will present the program directedby of last week with a party at garet Pearce Florled Killings- the noted radio broadcaster, Thou With Chapter Us.. of Luke-"Come
Mrs R. L. Kemp, a member her home. Each person directedthe worth, Isabel Thompson Della Lowell Thomas who spent some- Some Interesting ,
!q' of the Program Committee of group In games of his or her Rosenberg, Lucile Mitchell; Lucile time in British India. Mr F. H. articles Lawson were read by Mrs. H. A. Mrs. Ruby Johns Wishes To
and Mrs. H. L. ,Brown-
MarcIa Long read from the World Out-
Circle which afforded Kennedy, Sparkman Faye
4Y Four- own choosing .
much fun.' Peterson, Phyllis Leonard Mar- look "Vitamins are Jewels In lee. ; Announce To Her Customers
: garet Erskine,'Dorothy-Swanbom, France," which told of the distressing The offering received was $1.SO
The presented Mrs. L. F. "
: group and the of .' : That She Has Resumed Her
Smith, their former counsellor Alice Fernandez, and Miss Beatrice food-shortage for chil- amount 96) cents was "
SANDWICHES with Refreshments of hot Cady. of Jacksonville. dren In France. Mrs. Powell collected onWhite .Croa!, .- "TheCircle's
a gift. Position At Leila's Beauty
pledge of $5 was received
lr chocolate, sandwiches and cookies presided over a business session,
SHORT ORDERS were, served by Miss White and Wom n's Service of USO at which time an offering of $5.43 and paid. I Salon.
The March meeting will be held
was given for local work. The
her mother, Mrs O. W White. Met ThursdayThe with Mrs.
H. L.
PLATE LUNCHES circle was pleased ,to welcome as Brownlee.

Women's Service a new member Mrs... Bertha
Organization -
Pearce. Circle number Four of the
: REGULAR DINNERS of the USO held Its third Baptist W. M. S.
i AIR CORPS KATE! met at the homeof
meeting In the YMCA Thursday The hostess assisted by Mrs.
the leader
Mra H L.
Volunteers Pearce, served a,congealed salad Hough,
night. aro needed for At LeilasV
on Monday afternoon
COLD DRINKS with five Special
all kinds of work and all ladles course and hot tea to the 12 members members present.
I 1irF who will help' in any way are present. bte
n
HOME MADE PIES asked to notify Mrs. R. A. Green, The devotional was conducted / V
president of the Starke by the leader, who read the Be- Permanents
Machineless
chapterof Mrs E. L. Williams was hostess
--1- the organization, or Miss Mar to Circle Three at her homeon atitudes and a discussion of same..

No Beer Or Wine garet Erskine ,at the YMCA. Church Street Graceful sprays Prayer Gallant.was offered by Mrs. !* G.. 2 FOR $7.50

Served ,I The Circle la making a study ;. '
7/I- Of the W M. U. Year Book and GuaranteedLEILA'S-
,4r --- Carolyn Callstreet Mre. Gallant Circle Mission Study

THE ; Chairman reviewed parts of the
r I Year Book at this time.
Lan makes a provisional
Corporal polnt la tit rath for Koto'sBomfora During the business session a
ABACAFE &00111... Bond m.trabuDlllom..lNaltod ..-..- LJstra. reader, and Joan Dlnklns, ,buyln' defense report of the work for the monthof :
d.JOUr*. Aoourenccmo my stamps with, that ,
C January -
7"lquarter; was read
hear : y' the : :
with Rumford Baking. Powdor.. tier way .. Paul CanovaSt. leader in the absence of the
'AU-vhoophato and rich l caleiom.mid Of THE social event sec
j'' ,aow booklet of bright Id..., ( Aug.) greeting old 'friends retary. ,The treasurer's' ,report
.....d foclpoo, for bottor baking.Addroni year Says his' folk like'the' An- given by Mrs. "James'Lewis;' : Phone 149 Appointment
Humford Biking Powdor. In other words I'll tell was
City all right but it'll al- j
Island.I accepted.The
{ Boa E,Rumford!Kbodo About the luffly '
be Starke for him Dan covered
R dish. luncheon to,
Y nonchalently (more or less)
I' o.ono.. -0=0. .O O. .ono his car down railroad
a It'
Nat was chairman (
know to keep from bumpln' a -
0 Ii ) .Jenger" train Jack Fields,
Fp And he did the job
Nasworthy and Alton Gay
; p Dotter Lll stood at the
o the first aid gals bow

1 1% a > ctt'irli n Takln'Salmpn in Jersey the bucks dreao : make improvised splints Wed- Z.r. 39TH FEBRUARY BIRTHDAY SALE
: -night Lotsa fun for
: splinters but not much for
li likl Everybody said, so
i Powell, the spllntee .
C. E. Hernwall's becomin'

t'. Baked Prettiest[ by cake champion I've permanent-. .., Beginning Monday, Feb. 2nd

i >
aj NIce as If a chef had Hear Bill Stephens (ex-BHS

Lucky* .Lorraine )of wouldi his I old like iSlarke to- hear friends from Here ,Are A. ,Few'Of The Many Bargains On, This Sale

j+ A Janet, Joan an' Betty > Address hlm> at the Basic
rJF Selling chances to beat School Company B, Sher-

,- Texas Bosnia an' Art-
t.
I* Brown movin'? to Tampa. Mascals Hand Lotion, Pint __ ___ __ ___________ 39c

o All the, girls in'new (Hogan) Smith In Jax.

n i t for a defense Job Wonder Package Stationery 75 Sheets 75 Envelopes 29c
,
New / naughty Item: Those ... ,

tresse ". cheerleaders,, playtn' in atraw
Waver Davis, dark pile Tuesday afternoon an' 125 Ft. Roll Klenzo Waxed Paper 17c Each, 2 For 33c
i : surprised by the owner! .
Prettiest thing I've Farmer Olson is plannin' to

lately. cane (sugar cane of course) Klenzo Hizon Hair Brush, Assorted Crystal Colors ,. 9&ortOQ'
'0I he won't' be bothered by the ,

Lorene Moncrlef-dark shortage ... Glad to ae<3 "
gulah- Chapman out of the bos- ,Jumbo Red Heart 2 Lbs.

Black an* .aqua dress -Infected eye,,, It was .. v Valentine Candy, Special $1.17
------ ----- ------- -
guish ,
birthday'r. -
Dear-Aunt Vida ( )
.' i Note 'to eaters-onters: 'Me thoI 1 Lb. Box

4 I Couldn't have I supper Sattlday night will
Horton's
a
O oDi her. Ethel -Sewell's famed Chocolate Covered Cherries _,________1 29c
UO .
I mete '.- Pitiful plight 'of
o Sappo Ingram (Florida if
Showing off his crew' 'week : Forlorn damsel Full Quart

I Mural with he.Charlie-, dayo 'afternoonand the Lady'; Fair moaning Wed: Floor Brite Liquid Wax ____:-___ _______'____-. 79c

lj Give the Valentine of Love! v lovely Chen Ytt nail polish I .

Clara ColllOn and her'' My husband won't $50,000 Chocolate Cans
2
Syrup 7 Oz. Each 17c
George Hanasaa me keep it InsUta Its ____
-
n DIAMONDS eI Dancln' up a- super In Japan!" Fact of the
o : it. It's made in China, so Rexettes Personal
the gala have their Chen Yu Napkin, 1 Doz. .Size _________ 19c
Jack Sale dressed
In
.
1 . As long as they can
I tw It! Hear Joe Andrews EU Cotton
t Jewell Carter cute-and that Uncle :Sam has al- Full Pound Roll _______ ___________._, 37c

Also THRILL her for years ? Pert'capeMakln Jean Darby's lost the war Drop ..

e to come! Give life- S ''and boost his morale
hera
( everybody gape
Ladies & Gents .
mw o time remembrance 6f "yo'ur J> Dot .Green, ., lookla : Be. sure and learn'' about-; the, 15-piece kitchenware, ensemble -

Bulova devotion-Diamonds! 'Truly -' (Hear. abel08t a finger ) St. Edward's Ocaady kids"- to be given away. 'Cef:one of our' circulars which

II and "the Valentine of love." Ikey How's Brownlee the weather-hurry in .Wallace.Marian Stevens Celia Dew' Edna. Mlna an' gives full details of this offer. "

;; Diamonds are treasured by ,),{anuu. Bobble' Cameron
o Bowers and Mia Tom
$ n Elgin Watches every woman. Give Dlajj Mix St. John! In long ., sellin' lWeets'ou the

o monds-she'll never forget o every Sattlday afternoon CARPENTER'SStore
and Jewelry I Iona. PrIdgeon's baby Hear they're', worried over

I iy you! Doctor Murphy .' sugar shortage an' may have

retort to sellin' hot sweet po
,. Ii Exquisite Ensembles Priced From $25! I could call 'em off all .. If worst comes to worst

Quite a problem Isn't It?
O oq Guess It's tune Course the worst sugar short-
p clove Is beln' experienced by local hG'
GEM JEWELRY An' get*back to my whose sweeties are drlftln'

'. to the army In a steady
Peek of the .
Week : ; ? (sigh, sigh) Says
Y tive stag chicken (one who know)
IOE3OI oaol-.oao. OCiO night celebratln': 'whose Carolyn.



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IM2I BRADFORD COUNTY TEI ORAl'n. STARKR. FLORIDA PAGE FIver"

-

tat In each of paid Hill, KnKlnecra & Architects 91< award, enter Into a written contract t t
n 1
BITS LOCAL NEWS Mr. and Mrs. Stratoa Y'eara. both principal and annual, Duval Hid*., Jacksonville Florida" with the Hoard. of County
I Entertain for Guests Interest' payable at Florida Hankat and popte thereof obtainoil uponpayment I'ommleelonerii for: : the County of '
Starke.: Starke, "Florida; of $10'OO for each set Bradford, Flnrldn In accordancewith :
for. the purpose of. retnwlttllnfr and which payment will ha refundedupon 1 the accepted .bid eatiMfaotory nnd give teI a i, 1 I
Mr. and Mrs. Sam K. Stratoa otherwise, Improving the exiMtlnnxdioiil return of much sal In Rood lierfi.rmanue bond > I "
Mrs: El. J. Dowllng and Mrs. Everett bulldlnir I thcieof In MarkB. condition within ten day afterAida he Itnartl of County 4'mnmlHKtonerafor ,
Wednes McKlnney who Is at-
t tto
HriiUfotd. niuat
their Friday of
'
Hall spent had as guests Florida i : and Cf>r the further pur- have been openml and read the County
IIIe A. E. McKlnney spent last Friday tending Emory University near through; Tuepday Mr and Mrs I".HM ut budding an atldltlunalmhoot The nald Hoard of County CommlHlonerM one hnndred percent. floe p. e.) t
, jficsonvilleJh enlisting for the of llradford, of the contract price.Nd ;.
in Jacksonville. Atlanta. Ga., spent last weekendwith building on the County .
,1 Arthur Lefterls. Mr. Lcfterla is school grounds at Htarka, Florida, reserves. the right to waive any Informalities bidder may withdraw" bin hid L
of Plant l City his parents, Mr and Mrs. from Westminster Md., while his .and building sidewalks and othnrIHQ In or to reject any or within thirty (1ft) days. after the 1,
Spear A. E McKlnney.Pvt. '\\ lmprov7TTic Much school all bide.1'7nrh'hld. date sot for the np .nin.t thereof.PIIM ,!
Mra. R. A. Newsom and Mrs. Charlottesville Va.
Mlsan wife Is l from
ieek-end guest of grounds' all within sold Special must he accompanied, bya 9 HOMin OF fOI'NTY C )MMlMSIONKlt.S I 9
B. W. Hayea were vtsllliig friendsIn They are bride and groom, hav- PHX /h<';hnol \PlntiK-1: No 3 and fflr certified check or bid t.un.l In Foil TIIH COKNTYK
' Gainesville Monday. O. P. Hutto now stationed lag been married in Charlottesvllle the public free chotilH. thereof, the amount of five percent known HM Hradfortl County high of the bass hid n* a Kiinrunteethnt KI.OKIUA.
at Fort Bennlng. Ga., spent the on January 18. School I but being a primary the bidder If awarded the My W M. Edwards, its Chairman. ;
son
n. Harding and week-end with his parents. Mr. grammar and high' Mihool). :and forth ...contract will within 5evu i (7) roneuutlve Attott: I
Wednesday In Frank C. HoIIingsworth left I Mr. and Mrs. Straton entertained purpose of obtaining and using : .. calendar days after writ Hy A. J. Thomas, County Clerk.
,pent early this week for a short business and Mrs. L. S. Hutto. for them four ,nights durIng In such wnik and. for such publlufree of ten notice being given. of Much '-8 at 2-1J

e. trip to Ozark Ala. their atop-over in Starke on S74.RAl.Ofl Hihotil(or purpoHvo some. other a grant largesum I o o. _, _,_ _n- -.- ." .to ,...... .. .-- l'
Mrs. J. R. Hardee of Fernan- ;
thereabouts; toward the cost
the: i 11 Florida honeymoon trip.
Llwln. Green and little I dlna was here thH week visitingher entertained 12GI'eek thereof from the I'ubllo Wurk.Adml11l..t..allon *. INSTANT SHOE REPAIRING'AN
Monday night they tor any other departmoitt
returned Corp. George Silcox. now stationed
nave brother and sister-in-law. Mr.
novo
Btatv
I Patsy from Camp Blan- of the United
soldiers
In Lake Butler with at Ft. Benning, Ga., is and Mrs. L. A. Davla. the United ernment having )urlndlftlon thereof OLD SHOES IS AN OLD Fill END- .
It ding who had been to hereafter) .. additional
and pending short furlough at his now ur
a
|n's parents. Mr. here. States only elx years. They were money necessary towards completion WE MAKE THAT FRIENDSHIP LASTYou'll '\,' : :
home Mrs. Van H. Garden recently of Mail work.
Brannen. all attired In.Greek costumes and \V. H. Ml DIMETON.Superintendent : .
a _, ._ _._ ._._ accepted the position of cub leI'- enjoyed a .wonderful time to ; of Publlu. matron- Wear Out Your Shoes I :

bookkeeper at Leila's Beauty The Stratoa' are old : toil of Bradford County, Florida said 1 Hunting For A Better Place to ;
gether. of .
and ex-oftlclo I Becretary I II. .
Salon and Dress Shoppe.Mrs. friends of the LefterU. Mr. andMrs. Hoard.OFFICIAL. Repair Them ,
Service Careful Drivers SEAL) t-t 4t 2-17 tIJIJI ;
ipt : W N. Carnision assisted l ( .
R. A. Gahagan of Savan with the entertainments. The Electric Shoe Shop I
nah. Ga., Is visiting her father E 1 TIFF (0"11'1' Of TUB 4'ol'tTYJe.tFl
.IKA..FOMI t'0 11' NT: \, Opposite Park Theatre St rka .
L. C. Powell Mr. and Mrs. L. Q. > H\TH I
Taxi ServiceLocally FLOIl11)A. IN t H<>
trice Powell and Miss Etta Tlson. Mrs. Guy: Hostess '()'I'It'F' TO ('HKIM'r<)ll 1' ALL WORK GUARANTEED :
IN UK ESTATE OF MKltNAKDJAC'OHS .
) For Mra.' BlackshearAt '
dereaned.To .
and all persons .. .n. T' .0'
all creditor 0
Owned and Opeated Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Newsom ,
having claims or demand againstsaid
Mr. her home on North Walnut "
had as their guests Sunday estate:
and Mrs. Joseph Shepard and Mr. Street Mrs. Fred Guy gave a You and each of you are hereby : .
Phone 150 notified and required to present .
and Mrs. Chas. Howe, of Jackson Coca-Cola party Thursday after.noon any claims and drmandu which FOR YOU V ALE N TIN E. .
ville. of last week for Mrs. James you, nr either of u'O/n"I.r have

Night M. BlackaheAr, a 'recont bride. against the estate ,
Jacob. deceased, late of llrndfonl
Mrs. B. H. Beville, of Wildwood The large living room was dec- County Florida, to the lion. M, K. I
orated with gladioli and narcissi I'errymun, County I : .of lirad-
\1',1(1.
of last week
spent Wednesday ford County, .at his In I the (i
with her brother and sister-in- and the time was'Happily passed County Courlhoune In Hturke.. Bradford
>mnHiMfflfflgamB Mnmgro (i
Florida, within eight
with conversation and writing County
law Mr. and Mrs. A. E. McKinney month front the date of the first ppulilliatlon
favorite recipes for the honor hereof. All cliilnm anddemands w 0a
ITZ THEATRE guest. Mrs. Guy gave Mrs. l not presented within the (;
time and In the manner prerrlbedherein C '
Mrs. F. C. Hollingsworth under- Blackshear an appropriate gift shall be barred H.. provided. :

after which light refreshments of by I..w. ,.
In
went an operation last Friday 1942.Sarah .
I'KOGRAM WEEK OF FEBRUARY S Wiled February 6th. A. n.
Coca-Cola and sandwiches were '
the Alachua County Hospital, Jacobs
.
f;
served to a few friends of the An Kxecutrl of the Kntate of Her- i ."f,
Gainesville. She Is doing nicely ,.
DOUBLE FEATURE nard Jacob., deceaHed. 2-6 41 2-27
February P
Saturday and will return. home. shortly. honor guest.Engagement. I :

No 1-"SIX GUN KOHI> C I .'r'.J. I

With Tim Holt Mrs. Randolph Hardee and little AnnouncedMrs. ('.01''"ry.. fLOHIUAl IV IIIANt C r. .1

daughter Dian, have returnedto / Kill.Wllllitin nwry Smyth. Plaintiff v.. t
TOMBSTONE"With
No. 2-"WEST OF their home In' Sebring after Bertha Pearce announcesthe Helen Townsend Hmyth Defendant.Cane COItIEIc Y h ,,
Charles Starrett No. 17)14) .
of her daughter @
+
engagement .
visiting several days 'with Mrs. OF PITBLICATIONANn C \ '
Chapter 10-"SPIDER RETURNS" Hardee'a mother, Mrs. 'Roy Rob- Margaret Ann to Lit. Eugene R. NOTIOK TO AJ'FKAHBTATB ;
C:
.
of Champaign III. The 0... FLAK1DA to: HelenTownHend
Smyth
-- erts.. Mmyth.: 810 Main Htreet C: .
Sunday, Monday February 8, 0 1 1"YOU'RE marriage will be an event of late Darby, Hennnylvanla.You [} 1 .
to appear on .
Is stationed are required
Lt. now
Mr. aad Mrs. Fred Ellard and February. Smyth March 2nd. 1U42 In the above [li}
IN TilE ARMY NOW"With little daughter LaFaye and Mrs; at Fort Bill. Okla. named Court anf' cause, whereinCOUnyf n.
Durante Jane Wyman Sid Silvers II \
Jimmy J. H. Thaxton; of Athens. Ga., TulegraphvoshallFlrpublishthis [}

spent the week-end with 1 Mra. L. E. .Mosley?, J r ; Order In next' four weekly I.- C
Feb. 10 11-DOUBLE FEATURE sues.I '
esday, Wednesday Thaxton's onIn'.law''and daughter Witness my hand and official. [} 'r+

"ONLY ANGELS HAVE WINGS"No. Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Snyder. Mr. and Mrs. '''Li'E. Moeley seal. at Htnrke, Florida this February n. I h
[ No. 1- 2nd, 1943.OFFICIAL II \ ,
formerly of Starke, now living SEAL) A. J. Thomas [}
"RANGERS OF FORTUNE"With Mrs. W. G. Halle returned Sun- In Plant City announce the birthon A.( Clerk of ald' Court 24t 2.2'1T. >> C] ;

Fred MacMurray from Jacksonville Btarke., Flit ]
day afternoon Jan. '28 of a' son, L. E. MOD- Flrn'Pllandr"m. G r ,
RYDER" where she was a patient In St. is the Alt. ] .
Chapter 5-"RED ley, Jr. This youngster I

Luke's Hospital. Her friends are great-grandson of Mr. and Mrs.J. IV" CIRCUIT tnlTKT, IUII>FOI1I> Ce-1 J :
glad to know that she Is now (Cnl'NTV' Kl.OIUOAl IN CHAN-; ] I
Friday Feb. 12, 13--DOUBLE FEATURENo. C. Manning. 'I:IIY. r.D :
huraday,
making a good recovery from a ,nnt. ICtlwood llanlay, Plaintiff' GIVE HER WHITMANS OR .1 I I ,

1-"GENTLEMAN FROM ARIZONA"No. serious operation. v... Uonnle Joan Ilanley, Defendant C
decent Births Cane No. 1795.oitmcit C '

-"RICHEST MAN IN TOWN" j. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Neal of St AND NOTICE OF PUBLICATION TO API'fcJAK "LJ HOLLINGSWORTHS CANDY :

MGM News Petersburg were the guests the Mr. and Mrs: Leroy G. Norman STATE OF FLORIDA lot Ronnie C I

III first of the week of the former'i Starke, Feb. +; girl Lindy Jean Manhntten Ilanley, Kan, 1016 a..Colorado Street, "lJ((]] Chocolates In Gift Boxes, 1 Lb. $1.10 up i i. .''

Mrs. Rosa Neal. Mrs required to C onMarch c
mother. You are t.cbO:
Lou.Mr. (] ; i iJ
2nd, 1943 In t \
T. W.
visitor In and Mrs. Surrency [
Rosa Neal was a recent! and wherein
Court cause, '
named (] 'I IJ Ig
the home of her sister Mr B Starke Feb. 4. girl. plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford [ Our Special -r i ,

Hlgglnbotham.: at St. _Augustine. Mr. and Mrs. Sidney L. Harris, County Telegraph: I shall weekly publish le- [:J
four
NAT SEZ tnm Order In next :J
: Feb. 3, Maxvllle, girl Jacque [ Box $3.75 '
Adolph.Gay who recently purchased line. ... cues.Witness my hand and official [g Satin Lined Lb. ---------- ; ;

> Why do people from Italy and 'a home from Maurice Edwards Mr, and' Mrs.'"'Albert Or Iff. la. Pal at Ktarko. Florida,. this Feb ( I' l''

'b.) '. Germany leave heir ooontrtea Just south of town on Road Starke,{''Fel1 'ir'ttolrF: toys.: 'i'IJr'ilL. ) A.: J.2-6 Thomas 4t a-d. ( :\ fiJ I

..,. t< and move too.America? la it because 28,.is doing some remodelling.' HIs .Mr. and Mrs. E., C, Taylor A:T) *- Clerk Frank of Landrum said Court.Htarke, Fla. (I ; | ,,4

we have better food or better adding a sleeping porch I a Starke; Feb. 3, boy s Alt. for Plf.IN ( KOCH DRUG STORE

wine over here, or Is it because portecochere and a double garage COI: 'HT" imADPORIl (
.RCt'.T
here you have the privilege ,- and la also having some Col. and Mrs. D. E. Knight and (fOI'NTY' FLOHIIIAI IN CIIAISKlha ; ({)

of doing as you please and painting done. Mrs.' H. .Knight ppent TuesdayIn l "Y. Plaintiff vs A. I 5ZSZS2SZS2SZ5ZS25Z525Z5Z535Z? f, '

saying what you please without Jacksonville. E. Ward : Cane i No.: '1.o "
Defendant. ------
Norman Ward, ----- -" ,4I
lotting your freedom or your head TI'll Major and Mrs.. W. T. Babcocl 4 1117. I I IliIIIeIIWIIINIWIIIIWWWIIYgIaIItleInKNna. .,. ; ---jo- NIY,14atlN4tMS"' '

of New London Conn., are pleasantly off-Jacksonville ORnEn OF PITHL10ATIONANI : .
three Buy
give you guesses. Mrs. Mae Jones NOTICE TO APPEARSTATE
I
Defense Saving Stamps. and located at the home of Mr was here this week visiting her OF FI.. )HII>A to: A. Nor- I \

Bonds and keep that privilege Walnut and Mrs.Street.W. B.Major Sewell Babcock on North I Is sifter", Mrs. W. E. Middleton. man You Ward. Are whose required. residence.to. appear la Unknown. on 5'fori Ja :J/"ealre ,


Provost Marshall of the 43rd DIvision Mrs. G. L. Patten and young March 9th., 1942 In the abovenamed

at Camp Standing. I Court and cause, wherein
ion. George of Tallahassee arespending plaintiff. seeks divorce Bradford PROGRAM WEEK OF FEBRUARY 6TII

Mrs. H. A. Carlton this week with Mrs. County Telegraph shall publish.
Mr. and In next four weekly !is.cues.
Order
1l accompanied by W. T. Clute. wen Patten'a mother Mrs. E. E. Can.vL this Friday Saturday '
officialHeal
In Ocala Sunday to spend the day ) Witness at Hturkp my hand Florida.and, thin. Feb. February 6. 7 SHOWSATURDAY :

with Mr. Carlton's sister Mrs. H. ruler 4th IM2.! Feature No.1'! I
whose husband dIed Mrs. J. E. Toney of Shubuta (OF FiCIAI SEAL) A..J. Thomas 2-27

HAVE You-HEARD.? M. Hampton week. Since the Mlas., Is enjoying visit with An Clerk of said. Court.!Htarke 2-6, Florida 4t
Monday of last KnlKht A Knight : '.

Carltons could. not attend the tier Bon-ln-l&w and daughter Smith Mr.at Atty. for Pit.- \\1I1IIjI/llh/ __ Sunday & Monday __ ;I '
occasion and Mrs. EldHdge
took this
funeral they
for a visit. Mr. Hampton was Klngsley Lake and' her brother- l.v roi'N'rv nun' ',IT FLOHIUAI
recognized as o n e of Florlda'ileading in-law and sister Mr.. and Mra.r. .'FIIY.Allen Plaintiff VII. Molly G.dMIN? % ;.

1 corporation' attorneys. A. Brlnaon .of Hugh. Uoldman Uoldman, Defendant. Cane No. 1791.OKDBK t'
THERE'S A OF PUBLICATION "International + .

c I Mrs. J. Ernest Jones of WashIngton STATE AND NOT.CB OF FLORIDA TO .AI'I'to:AH Molly ; 1' :: '..

D. C.,. Is a guest this week Ooldman. 473 KoHclunko Street *SSf Squadron"With .
at her brothei- and sister-in-law, N.w York City, New York. '
6i44 WORK SHOE You are required to appear on I,. :
:Mr and Mrs. Junius M. Smith. March: Jnd 1942. In the above
named Court and cauee, wherein

Gene Connell has returned from plaintiff Telegraph seeks: divorce.fo.uhrale.t Bradford; I RONALD REAGAN :
olntrrd.-: leWltnemi
to New York. t In next :
business trip
FOR EVERY JOB! a .u.... my hd. and official AJao"The

thle Jan
eat at tttarke. Florida
Dancing'Bear Here 19411.OFFICIAL .
( HEAL' ) A..I. Thomas 11I { 4 Flying ,

Steve Stevens! and his 250-pound Ae Clerk Hrhevita of said, Court.Jacksonville 2-8 4t 1.21Nathan .Fla. ,
been Bear"Technicolor :
have
cinnamon bear prominent Atty. for Plf.iv I',' I
on the streets of Starke --

No raaHer what your for the past few days. Steve rinri'lT, FLOUIIIAI cnt'HT.rniNrv DMAOFonll!. Vr1AN.CEKY. : I NAM Cartoon : '

place in industry... kb hammer on. the tambourine .
.
there's a Paten's" Work while the bear-( shimmies: rhumi Willie (Gray Plaintiff.. v... Audrey The (
('aR. No. 1792. latest News of
Defendant.
She for particular Job... and dancesrand' Dray. "fAINT
your baa, stands upright d' OriDBK OK PIIHLICATIONANI /
Mad (o stand|ust the kind of salutes, the ,people. T; h e NOTirm TO APPBAH.HTATB I Day I
OF FLORIDA to: AudreyOray '
.wear you'll" gtve U..vrUh complete whole Idea, ,however l*< broughtout whose residence' le unknown. ,,, :

comfort all day long. Let In one'.crisp.sentence from You are required: to theabove appear on :
In
ht to lit Job. "the bear I March: 2nd, 1943, STAUN
sus "Ol&l.oot your Steve to the reporter named Court ami cause, wti"tiln
seeks divorce. Bradford I:
MUST eaf'tCounty plaintiff .
County Telegraph shall publl.hthl" :
SAUCY Order in next four weekly issues. -. LINE I
'

Aids Red Cross Witness. my hand and official t iii,. f ll' I Tuesday Wednesday & .
Florida this Jan. .
,
seal at Htark. .
I At{"'. "to MADEUOlSF.I.l.H The Board of County Commissioners 1941 /Ytl LIMfM t'
OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. ThomasAs E1 TUW: Thursday 4't
each to 2.21 f
$100
appropriated Clerk of .said Court. 2-8 41

the Starke, Lawtey Hampton and Nathan Hchevlts. Jackeonvllle. Fla. February 10, 11, 12 I ,
face IM this Atty. for Plf. '
Frame your Brooker communities to be usedIn '

They'll stand tie pompadour( brimmed civilian defense-for the purchase FONM OFADYERTICEuNNT 1 1 '<, ,

rough and tough bonnet. Of finely sewn of first-aid materials and ) PAR MEDICAL BIOJI "LOUISIANAPURCHASE"
AKt ,
IIKAI.TII 'VL"'Ir.nRVRY8
A
wear America' lustrous straw with gobs Red cross work In general. .'ENTERSTARKE "

wotkingID.nglM of dott.d veiling d llorkef M*, FLORIDA Fl.. NIOtI.al..d : R t, .

theix aho..1acW.y' .do.bI. ribbon NOTICK OV ELECTIONNotice propoeale will be received
the most that a
_"""." wp/' I I. h.reby/IIven Board of County'Comml.* t
they're) made ot trim perched small Special Election Is. hereby hradTordfoupty called loner by the for the County; of Hrad- '
at the With. ,
hld
will b of-
and the
.finest qoallt on top. Wear it now Court house. Stark. FlorIda ford. Slate of Florida Hoard at at Court
materiela. sold hp.cUl Tax School. flcea for the laid ,j I
within until 1 F.M.
and BewitcK Htarke. <> ,
and on on. District No. X of Bradford County Ilouee. :JdI' February ; :
oO .U 10th day at,March, Eastern n BOB HOPE,
ingly lovely and .* Florida, on the SO, 1941 for the. turnhthingof '
hour.prescrlb.d *
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N. O. Stoked, who cultivates 60 yield also 150 500-pound barrels "
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acre out of a total of 133 acres of rosin from the same crop,

1 bf JAMES M. CAIN near Brooker was born near Since, according to Mr. Wada

D W.N.U.ItILEAU Waycross Ga, but came to Bradford worth turpentine Is used mostlyfor

t, County when he waa about paints and soapx, tbe question .

, iY't 4 seven years of age. While only as to why it was called -

't CIIAPTER V 47 years of age he has seven "naval stores" was asked. Where- By LYTLE IIULL

childen and five grandchildren.One upon he replied that it was for-
The Battle of MarathonNow
BYNOPSIf daughter Virgle Is a 10th merly used primarily to "pitch"
bu.' ,," li In dol.rum.
Th contracting "
but Leonard Borland of ttralg grader in BHS and three children' boats with. "One of tbe moat that war has again become I Miltiades was given

r .Borland Engineering Co.. Nw 'i11 attend the Brooker school whilehe serious dangers and losees results the universal fashion !it might be a command and ordered the

cork .l.>ai ample fund when his pretty.. ball three married children. from fires," be stated; "timber good idea to study a bit of its his prepare for battle. Jill II'IIIj
wife Dorll decideR. *h.> U all trrwpt
1I4 pera-ilrucK tory. Infantry
,
loins; to return' bar alnflnir. Interrupted Although married, at the close that is protected from fires will Of the thousands upon thousandsof short swords.armed AU with apelll

tjr her marriage at U and the birth of 1 \ I of World War 1 be had been grow twice as fast as .that which battles In which we human beings those days were young CI'ItI
iielr. two children, to help. out the fame F trained to
Income. protMta.. Dorla re- 4 moved up into class A-1, but Is not. have indulged about 20 of distance without fatigue rua

tkat be baa always thwarted beriareer never bad to go because the Armistice "Three years ago: there was a them have decided the fate of the take advantage of a *

and the had her w.,.. al alay was signed. "I'm in hopes large surplus of turpentine!: ," said world up to this time. The first the entire army advanced Surprise I"

*. The presence of Hugo Lorenta.wr a/ ) I that America and her allies will Mr. Wad8worth; "but ;we put on of these decisive battles was fought In close formation across oe -
teacher. Irritate him. After Doris en the coast of Greece 20-odd miles mil the
a big advertising campaign in the of the plain
win the Mr. Stokes until
Car.it. I'
five. a reeltal al Town lien Cecil present war rail
from Athens In the 490 B. C. the
fl ;year Persian
outposts.
Borland. At national magazines and now,
rer. opera alnffer. phone remarked Saturday aft e moon. MlIu.dft
on little called Marathon
a plain weakened
s'l1 tar hotel ahe tella him Dorli nil a good r there Is no surplus. Ninety-five ; his center In
"About the best the farmerscan ode
nice but lack ityto Cecil la to sing ; way between the Athenians under Mllu- strengthen his: two wing.

4+ if a certain *nn. He ilnir it for a.rT raise everything they can to eat. .to the, campaign at the.rate of Jc famous general Datis. Nan cavalry.: The result by tilt,

nd she says ne ha* a fine baritonereice throughLorentr It would be bard for Germany or per gallon or 50c per barrel. "We From Tripoli, through Egypt and be bad antlclpated-a

l1 r .Cecil ante Huifo nnnwa" of hor>Doris el"."iv in love Japan or both combined to In- spend between $150,000 and $175- around the eastern end of tbe Mediterranean Greek center back to the retrelllll prole'

with Dor!. and Ih,,' Dunn torture *v- vade this. Country.. 000 per year advertising" be ; through: Turkey; and into ten.I" position afforded ]b! !!

try men 'tv. Iris IP ..... rtuuhv '.eon. said. northern Greece the great Persian hill, and complete .uec@. ,..'L
ird otiuhf' to ease hoi uo nv Hiving a With reference to women's partIn empire held sway.:! Practically; all wings. These wings -u> k2
1 .erttal .i. .n.>'*. 'Go set vcnirwlf a the world conflict, Mr. Stokesthnurht Ea.*-rn civilization except China and attacked the Persia en
riumpn' rln' n"rr it nun* Cecil S. L. Crews, of the Long Bridge bowed in
It submission
much to King Dari which
better for them
the beside bead crumbled under
kill rive ti. n >rnnf hut demand pay She sat dawn en sofa me. dropped her e* my section of New River Is this tin
to not onlyan us. The defeat of the Athenians at assault
work In and Fighting
vent k's.H' paw nut lava he boulder, and started te cry. industry help like m,
eves, h'. wilt" He rnnkr Rood pruarr > make gwa tanks planes battleships efficient farmer, but is at the :Marathon would mean the conquestof but at a tremendous strttei
.* In, three nr tour mnnrna ann apenaanuch same time a public-spirited citizen all Europe: Asiatic domination advantage-the hitherto
t I thinkI to laugh I held ber and munitions of war than
cakewalk for because me so did and
time with Cecil Diria '"lIa him me. working for the good of the and civilization over the whole of warriors of Darius and his coS
I close and kissed ber. for America to lose the
lack Lemhton la suing to pet her an told you about all that work- war. the known world. allies were driven
+} mgagement Binning at a movie palace. did on musk and it seemed to me "You sang like an angel" she Mr. Stokes expects at the : community.He Before the battle opened the Athenian what was left of Into the Ie,

IIn fo help Cecil Leonard. ..nf. with II.r"Rorh..ter that I kind: of knew what old man said "and I'm terribly proud of time : la a trustee of the New army; was stationed in the their them escape
Rut he hap fright *o proper to plant corn peanuts I troop transports.
1r. siege Verdi was trying to do with It when, you aod-tbat' right Hold me River school and Starke- hills ,
many overlooking this little slx-mile-: And thus ended
Sadly he murder hi. drat number and he it. close." peas sweet potatoes and -fortunate]!
f Hit to the sound of loud hie..... wrote lice will recall that last summer long by; two-mile-deep plain. Datla the European races- t
and also probaWt
Wilkins started It, and he played I held ber close a long time and cane do some! truck ,
{ It slower, than Cecil had been playing then she started to laugh. It wasa farming .mostly.for his own use. I when it was tooo hot to be com- and and his made fighting tbelr Persian bad landed mo."Importan'.battle, of ill t,,
Marathon An
Cecil was there In the wine. a it and I DO sooner heard it real cackle over something that He does most of his marketing fortable even sitting down in a bay. The Greek camp had on almost contemporaneouj h*

murderous look on her tace."You' than I knew that was right: too.I had struck her funny. I could see In Starke and Brooker though betakes shade he accompanied Mrs. Har- ; of being able to watch the from advantage for rian this wrote the following as i rw,
took it the he bad cued that. seemingly Impossible
noppedl'But I Just way:! rell representative of the Scenic n
the hill
r'itl'' Wilkins grabbed her by; the me. I Just rocked it along and kept "What I* It?" I asked. things to Jacksonville when Studios, of Eastman Ga., all over made. every move the enemy tory of a people who but i *
1tr' note and didn't beef at 'rvnra""Tonight necessary he said. time before had thrown off the
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trm. "Do ;you want to Imo them every even
+. br good? Get out there-get out all. When I got to the G Hal, I held ? At the ball?" Starke and raised $360 In three 1 The leader of the small Greek of a dictator and created tteS/

1: tore-get out therel" It then let it swell a little but only; "Yes." G. P. WadWorth, of Hampton days with which to purchase army; looked down upon the vast ,' nian democracy; : "Liberty

She topped In the middle of a enough to come in right on the forte She Just kept right on laughing member of the Bradford paint and pay for advertisements horde of Persian cavalry: archer 'equality of civic rights are bm

russ word and went on. imlllng like that follows it. and then on the finish and didn't tell me what it was County Democratic E cutlve painted on stage curtains. and infantry, and placed to a vote- spirit-stirring' things; and them,
f+ tothlng bad happened at alb I loaded It with aU the tears of about. Later on though I found Committee x e Mr. Crews cultivates 60 acres Ms was, the custom In that then while under the yoke of a dan

I tried to explain to her in the the world. You ought to have heard out a turpentine farmer of a 120-acre plot of ground. He democracy; -the issue of whether to bad been no better men oj

ntermlsslon what had ailed me. the bravoa that time. I went out We sang Syracuse Cincinnati and of no mean reputation. He has two attack or to await attack. Fear of than any of their neighbors, u*
mules 10 .,
wt she kept walking away; tram and took more bows and it was no Columbus after that tie same pro- !leaser approximately 7.OOO acres ; cows one of I ruth column treachery in Athena In a* they; were free became tfatfa
trouble to' look them in the that of'timber'land'' which Is a milk cow capable(, of I fluenced these ,brave generals to most men t t aU
Be. there behind the drop.. Itain't eye ...un.' and I- did all right She ; and while the > : for neb fait to
'' k' until I caw her blotting her time. They; seemed like] the nicest paid my; hotel bills, and offered me price paid for turpentine leases producing four gallons per day; take a plunge which seemed lulcldaL in fighting: for a free commonwttf

1 ryes with a handkerchief to keep people In the world. $30 a night on top of that but I does not make;' a man rich "it 35 bogs; and about 125 laying Though tbey; little realized be fought: for himself and, tti

4t 4 4 tie mascara from running down At the end. after Cecil bad sung wouldn't take anything I was surprised helps him his taxes bcnax He sold two beeves last It, their vote decided the destiny of ever he took tn band be was m

Mr cheeks, that I knew abe was gain and bad finished a flock: of at the reviews I got Most Wadsworth pay Mr. fall which netted blm $48. "We the civilized: world. DIll to do the work thoroughly

: .. "Well-I'm sorry 1 ruined encores, she took me out for a of them wrote her up and let me said Saturday.He are not in the business
our concert. bow with ber. and had me do a out with a line but a few of them works an average of 15 I poultry

1 "Did you have to blast them out duet with her. It went so well they; called me "the surprise of the evening trees to the acre and "the mar- now as we "have been; but sell Special ServicesAt

If their seaUT""Maybe wanted more but she rang down ," said I had a voice of "rare ket price is lots of eggs, he said Saturday ,
now ISc
tree for
I'd better go home." and the three of us went out to power and beauty" and spoke of four!; he per "an'-l expect to have 300 or 400 TabernacleEvangelist
'
"Maybe you'd better." eat the "aweep and authority" of my; ''doesn't years said. Turpentining baby chicks this spring. We buy SIX
I Wilkins and I were pretty; excited singing. I didn't exactly know what do seriouo damage to the only pullets," he said Benson EX Hitchcock i
"Shall I do this other number? ; "they are
but she didn't have much to they meant but I liked tree for either lumber
say.; them aU or pulpwood guaranteed to be 95: of Kalamazoo Mich.. an artist In
'A. ;you like When back the percent pul
to
we got hotel right and saved them all. he said. But as in everything lets." children's work will being a week
She did tome Mozart and took Wilkins went to his room and I The Columbus concert was on a
else one must
comply with He of services at The Gospel Tabernacle INCHSERMON
eella his
tn encore and came off. Wilkins went with her for entire output along
up a good-olght
Thursday; and after we closed with the letter of the law if be ia to
of andMadison
comer
the Cherry
I I looked at me and motioned me on. cigarette.She: I the_ duet again and took our bows be on the level. eggs and poultry line to S.

I went out there. There were one cat down on the sofa beside and went on, a little Italian in gray; R. Johns. "I have been marketing Sts, Sunday afternoonat
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nr two handclap and I made my; me. dropped her head on my shoulder spat followed Cecil Into her dress Only trees that bave attained a my eggs to him for ten years or 3 o'clock,

M tendon tow and then paid no more at and started to cry "Oh Leon- ing-room and stayed; there quite a diameter of 9 Inches 4 1.2 feet longer. I have just finished with A unique message taught in
to them at all. I felt sick "
ard. I feel terrible! while. Then he from
left and the
we went ground may be worked winter
plastic
nd dliguated. Wilkins struck the ; turnips" be continued modeling should be fascinating -
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k opening chord and I started the "Oh"What. .about. The? tenor all out boy; to friend eat.?""Who I asked was your pretty! and a 7-inch bar must be left so "and have English peas coming and attractive to all and RBV. ROBERT H. HARPEIA
was right. that the
recitative which precedes "Erl Tu"trom He wasn't much good but I could 'Tbat was Mr. Rose!." trees will not die. Trees up now-two acres of them. Next It is hoped a large number will

Y t i$ "Un Hallo In Maichera" by; have done with him once be got "And who is Mr. Rossi?" are worked for six years consecutively week I'll put in three acres of take advantage of this Interesting
,t Verdi. .'. lot of it and I Bitty Sabbath in Capernaum.Lttton .
a and then
are red bliss Irish and
usually
his profitable of
lust over cold. I wanted you up "General secretary, business potatoes and that way learning
tang It meebanleaU,. After two here don't allowed to rest for sometime be- will be all for ftbnimy 8: MetV.34.
+ ST. three phrase I heard a you see? I was so gladto agent, attorney, bodyguard: scout until the last of Feb- Bible truth.
murmur see you and then I didn't want and fore they,may again be worked .
to over the bouse and if that was ehlef-cook-and-bottle-washer to ruary or first of Marco when I : Evangelist Hitchcock:
4 .Ibe bird I didn't care. I got to the :you to ace It, for fear ;you wouldn't Cesare Pea.." for another six-year period. Up I will plant string beans butters recommended highly by the conies GoUm Text i Revelation li U.
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want me to be that glad. And I "And who Is Cesare to the pastor Teaching in the
,
Pegano? present
md of the recitative and then .time they were and synagogue v
roasting This
pepped back tried to be businesslike, and I was "He's the .American, Scale! worked 18 Inche. ears. is of the .largest Tabernacle in hap.. the one, the centurion t
little while :
a Opera
be per. yeu for. a all' JC will bave In '
doing fine. And then 1 tbe" trucking the' world In
-;you flopped IitdlanapoUa. He built
Company:! the particular oases of beat
played; the Introduction to the aria. onlyimpressario; In period' Of six 108 line '
And I years-or Inches he said.
knew you weren't Just a opera who made will be here from 8 and the of the it I
I beard him mumble so I could Just ever money; out oi ((9 feet February gathering city
) In six
1.. Mar him ebeve the triplets 'You singer< that would put up with any it""And years Mr. Mr. Crews sell meet of his through the 15th.SAMPSON. door all made that notable du
thing for a Job. I knew ;you'd go ?" Wadsworth stated. "But this stuff old Capernaum Sabbath
tot 'em. Just look noble now. and to the State Farmers' Market a busy;
t/ -
.if. in the bag.". back to New York and I was terri "I'm under contract to them ;you year they will increase this to 22 at Starke be stated Jesus.

',-. It bit me funny.; It relaxed me. fed and furious at you. And then know. For four weeks, beginning !Inobes because they want turpen- "About the CITY He "astonished" the people
and it was Just what I needed. I :you sang sing and I loved general farm ,
,
tried ;you so much I New York to crop goes in-velvet healing
to look noble.- all4 I don't get ready for the op us to decrease our the man who had an
know if I did or DOt but all the wanted to go out there and hold on era season there." In the conservation output. beans, corn peanuts, cow pea Mr. and Mrs. Artford Brown clean spirit In that time many

lime my; voice war coming nice to you And while ;you know sang the other "No. I didn't know." it Is a program; now and cbufas. My idea Is to have moved to Tampa this week. menu were attributed to the fence

and easy. We got to the end of one. now you What "I didn't production campaign they a good garden the Horace Varies of demon
say anything
have about It. year 'round went to Jack-
?
B, ;'iii? the first strain_and be really; began I held;you her got.tight and patted her' "Then after tonight I'm fired?" are crease.in, and they want us to In. staple crops, helping the defense sonville on business Saturday and Jesus went home with Peter i
1s. to go piacea with we Andrew and Al
; lead into the "No. I didn't a* did James
cheek aad tried to think of say armhln about program. Raise wbat you eat at spent the week-end there.
something Mr.
i 9 next It was the first time all Wadsworth uses There he healed Peter's wH
it, because I clay "
thought home
I cups.
1 sight the piano had really had much to say. There wasn't anything ; surprise for might havea Asked what was an said Mr. Crews "and they J. S. Williams waa in Gainesville mother. "And she ministered t

to do and It came ever me all of a to say; not about what she was tog Pegano about;you. I've been win he replied that 50 average() crop, can't starve you. If farmers will on business Saturday.Mr. them.. As soon as a man li M
talking about. I had got so fond of ;you and tonight .gallon barrels take the
I sudden that the guy was a terrific her that I loved he seat Rosci over Road thinks of spirits from a advantages they have on and Mrs. Bell moved here of the worse disease of sin he ia
10,000
accompanist and that it was a every minute I you'll do." crop the farm they will be the' last from Starke this week.. begin ministering unto his Lori
pleasure to sing with htm. I went spent with her. and ;yet there was .'Whan" Me sing In ((10,000, trees) wan a fairly good people to go hungry. Mrs. Gilbert In one afternoon the woedn
grand Brown the
Into the next strain and really only one woman who meant to me opoera" spent news of the Great Physician til
what she wanted to mean to weak-end.at Lake .Butler.: I
made it drip. There was a little me
what over Capernaum and even inwi
/: break and I heard him say; "Swell. and that was Dorla. She could torture were"Wen learning those did you roles think for";you Bible TeacherDr. Negress ShoplifterLast Mr. and Mra. Alfred Varnes of country about. At sunset the*td

Keep It up." I was right up to the me all she wanted to. she could "I don't know. Just for Graham were visiting friends and city was gathered at the door s
O. I little be a phony; and make a tool of me some'Using
took
sigh the leadlll"pIIra.a relatives here, fof
to do. Just week' Sunday. Jesus "healed that wen
with other men and when so I could come a negro' woman' many
yet by
nice she
A' and light and hit It "
*
"
down and Fred tint
see ;you. Mason of divers diseases. From
said hop, I Jumped."I the Keystone
right on the It name of Mamie
nose. felt goad and Phillips who
,
"Anyway I closed Heights a ministry of complilionepre.d
; with him. was here
I began to let it swell. Then I know what you've got. You'vegot wiring more
remembered about not yelling, and big hard shoulders and shaggy It turned out I was to get tlJJ merchants say bad bad too much houses this week. through the world. Wu

throttled it tack and finished the hair and ;you're a man and you a week, which was upped $23 from liquor did some shoplifting: almost Mrs. Joanna Crosby Cella Jones pity it has been tragically
build bridge, and to what be had offered,. and that rooted by:! appalling war)
phrase uc controL There ;you this is Just wai and Rosabell Tomlmaon
right before Ute were In
amine hmore and when I hit some kind of foolish tiddlywinks what they; were arguing about 1 eyes of Starke The work of Christ's follower

fee I high r st the end it was Just game that ;you play until its time was to get transportation, pay; mj tie store keeper.. She bought a on business) Tuesday. comprehensive indeed rljt
own hotel bills and have Hogan Smith Jr., is> In Jacksonville touching every phase of human o
Z right to go to work. And that' J_" what a four- 50c sweater at -
o For a second or so after he struck it la to met I don't want to be a week contract provided I did all Stump's store and taking: business lessons Let us find the final object ot<

l e fee last chord it was as still as singer. I want to be a woman!" right on my; first appearance. 1 stole a $2.23 one Fred F. Stump for defense work. the manifold work of the cbiH
cath. Then "If I'm thought it was the screwiest thing ] said Howard and kindred agencies In the tut*
some guy in the balcony a man you made me had yesterday. At Sternberg' Brown Is attending a
I ever heard of. but I finally said 1' Jesus made John's dlxw
yelled. My heart skipped a one. ''+. 'ii store she took a pair of bed- course for defense work In Jack- Matthew 11:5). Healing wort<
beat, and then other "Oh. that's the yeWe :
begin to yell ;yea worst of It. tit room sonville.
{ ( and what they; were yelling was Irs mostly tiddlywinks: but Its Chicago the next day:! Just slippers, from the store and an kinds should be don i *
"Bravol" The applause broke out partly building ;yourself up to the. the two of us. because WUkins went the penal coat of' one of the through: it men should be brow

Psi In a roar then and remembered, levelof that woman ;you're married back to New York after the Co clerics Miss Minnie Lee Prlngle SHEAKFKU'8 SKRIP INK to saving grace. Much dlaellt*

lo bow. I bowed center right and to, so ;you're not afraid of her lumbus concert The first thing w. Nat Sternberg reported. Pta 91 Qta. 91.75-BRADFORD many evils can be done Seel
did.
i left and then I walked off. She any; more. And that's what I'm around after we got hotel room., was .t fi Mrs. ,C. O. COUNTY TKLKGRAPII. saving souls but saving sail
go to the Barkadale
costumer'a. I hat stated tbe chief
i was there and kissed me, then helping you at. Making a man out to that concern.
fitted out for she
P Ihoved me out again. I bowed of ;you so she can have :you I get 'La Scheme." came I n Barfcadale's
!three times again and hated to feel terrible. I could go right: out "Rigoletto. and "La Travlata." a store twice but was foiled In her

tl leave. When I came back she nod- that window." They; were opening in "Bohemia" attempt at theft both times., But c F

led told Wilkins to go: out with- me I held Cecil a long time. then and on the Monday role of Marcel.night and I was to sinj when Mr. Barkadale sew her with >tidaSTATE FAIR
til* time for .
an encore. the stopped crying and began to There are no rehearsals for vs. a skirt and pair of hoee which i
11 "Yeah but what 1* his encore?" play; with my hair "AU prim she stole
right: stoats in the American from Priest's
Seala.
he .' You store and
(4L "asked.me do Travlata.' Leonard. I've been rotten and a know your stuff or ;you don't go- hoes and coat which she had %

p I went out, and he started ''Travl.ta. at poor all sport-and to now say I'll anything stop. about I'll be It and hired But I was a special case taken at Sternberg's under her .TAMPA .31iW
Pegano
." Now. "Dl Provenza II wasn't taking arm he had
Mar"I anj her picked '
p good and not talk any; more about chances on me. He poated up. She .
guess I. the worst a cat Is in
aria the
lung ;yon it, and try to give ;you a pleasant for the whole "Boheme" County Jail.

L4 ever Blink heir about because tone and the forget boys always about; here trip. with It's a me little?" fun. bat it. out take me through It Sunday;cast after t< 11 BIG DAYSt NIGHTS en a

+ Ibe music and that noon. They; couldn't get Ute then Ward
it ruins it. I i Just love it""Wouldn't ter.' for some Buy.Sunshine
don't reason -so we die
neon they
with all slog'it smooth- they; be surprised al] it downstairs in the new cocktal: : Dr. Herbert Grill
tjr. the notes i
and Lockyer
even ;your friends at the Engineers Club lounge of the hotel. prophetical -
that makes it jerky; and takes all if they could which the)
see ? Bible
;you teacher of
I' didn't LlvooP'nn
use on Sundays.TO .
fee sadness out oX it But Its a wanted to cry but she wanted -- ----r---. W. W. Ward who Thursday of

( BE CONTINUED) England will appear at the Gospel -I last week purchased a $4,500 rpr nti.

Rents Home HereR. ['phens in the south end of Starke Tabernacle beginning Wed homo on the corner of Madison e
and
on Road 13. Douglas Announces nesday. February 18 and run- Orange on Friday bought t

R. Gentry, staff sergeant ning through Sunday Mllllgan's Sunshine Grill near the
February
Mr.
stationed At Gentry was originally from Zach.If.' Douglas ot Gainesville railroad on East Call street. I
Camp Blandlag, after Mountain 22. Those who are familiar
City Tenn., while his announced last week with There are 20 months

w Y 22 years spent In the regular wife was from Richmond Vir- would be a candidate that he Dr. tockyer's: work state that a run on Mr. Mllllgan's more lease yet and to

Army of the United .States, the ginia. Mrs. Gentry's mother died. from for congress rare treat. .Is In store for those Mr. Ward paid $1,200 for the I
the
ri r last two of which were spent In last week and she attended the second district subjectto who attend this 'meeting' fixtures: ate., be slated Tuesday. I
funeral In Richmond. the next
Puerto Rica haa moved his. wife Democratic primaries.At He expeeu to "dedicate It to fie rAtnrt '

and family to Starke. the present time he Is county Candidate the best class of trade/ be said
to Here
Coming
''r : Work Their and he also
Starke two months 'ago. Wag Up attorney of Alacbus, county plans to have a flab

they originally appointed to the post Wilbur C. King of Zolfo Springs dinner every Friday. Very soon
lived Two Brooker
In Walter S. Will' boys and he will
house on a girl by Governor Cone and elected to was in Starke change the front by In-

B. South street. :are among the civilian employ. a full term In the 1940 election. In last week stalling a plate-glass window and

'' After a 20-day furlough which who worked their way from the Born In Gainesville, be attended tor connection the State With his candidacy making other improvement The
Railroad
was NT A roster to public schools and the Commission name has been changed to
pent visiting --relatives civil JObe at University
in Camp In
of Florida and Group Two. Mr., King "Ward's Grill." Mrs.
later Ward
tIx Frostproof and Daytona Beach Standing in tile Camp Quarter- University. He Cumberland was pasMng out his cards which sists 'him in the cafe. as
opened
.I'' and in Georgia ;-Tennessee and master section under Lieut. CoL flee in Gainesville in 1923.a law of tate that he .Is an "active farmer They came to Starke from Live

y Virginia they leased Harry Culllns. citrus grower and merchant" Oalc, and for a few months S With fhn-t .nell....... rib fill
Wednesday The past .
,kt of last week through: W. T. Clute Brookeritea Include Miss RULED: rVDKX CARDS and that be will "give agri Mr. Ward has been connected fatera. and aww athiblt- ahawiiH *
Agnes 3x5
Rimes :
!, the house of. Alrav. Evelyn Ste- Cano and two boys Myrle ft per BRADFORD COUNT culture and the citrus Industry with the Florida Times-Union Aoerka' will marsh" la VMT"1lh : -
and
WWlam C. ,,Crosby. TKUBORAPH. adequate representation" on the having A motor route with the ,1 FUlfllll STATE MIR "Ar"il

commission. circulation department; gr...m.'r iwnrle ....r ever U "bom lad!

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tUe"IUi'ORn C'.oUNT\" TaU; GRAPIi. STARK, FLOnID P\'GR NINE
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FEBRUARY" INS 1lRAD1"O'&D COUNTY TBI.EGRAFH) f3TARKE. FLORIDA PAGE BBY&N t d


I Children's Dome Aid I 8. R. tl R., la embraced under -County of Bradford. Stat. of Florida IN rmrwir (""!'''T. IInAOII'O.O
Certificate No. (U. towit: ('OtlNTY, FLOK1I IN CIIAKI- ."I '
The assessment. of paid property I A Com at 8W Cor of NW4o""tt \ CERT.
NEWS ANALYSIS By, Edward C. Wayne 'Over There'SOMEWHERE Bradford Countlans again dem- under Raid ".rtltl"at.- No. 62O was of "( ft, N 110 ft Robert John Wiley. Plaintiff. "... 'rId 6
KLY onstrated their generosity by ex In the name of C. ll: Peak The W H\0)IJr:3: 0t'*, tleo 36 ,. Mabel Wiley, Defendant. Case r .,.
assessment of said, property under Twp. !t. 22 a Acres Is embraced No. 173. .' E
ceeding by 60 percent their Children's said certificate No. 347 waa la the ; .7'n r .a'l'J certificate, No. ORDER OF PtinLICATtON: f li+ ,:
Heavily at Macassaren Home Society quota in llama of T. K. I.. UauKhrlyi. the AND NOTICE TO APPBAR
Lose 688.NWt4 l
assessment of Bald property under FLORIDA to: Ada I
anese of SF.\4 Kx 3 A. in SW "HTATM OF
rt. 1941. The goal for this county salt certificate No. 248 was> In the Cor,8 c. Ill R. 22 M. Mabel Wiley, whose residence laB43
and U. S. Forces Unite U $100, while during the past of nama of Unknown; the a.n.Hnment. 97 Acres, Is :embraced: ; .r'u .. said : Rlnwood; Avenue Mldvale. 1
Dutch ; Bald I property under xitlil cor.tlflcate certificate No. 887. New Jersey, ,
cash contributions
reached
year a No. 311 was la the name
assessment of the said You required to appear on
of JulUn I Peek. prop are
Price Control Passes high mark of 9150.24. Of this Un I..... said* Certificates: shall l>e (\\r.u the said. certificate No, March 2nd, 1943. In the above ,
promise ; amount $143.24 was sent from redeemed according to law the 6N8 Issued was. In the name of W. nil", ...1 Court and cause, whereinplaintiff
properties described therein will ha H. Hall and the assessment. of thewait seeks divorce. Bradford I
Starke $4.27 from Brooker. $6 Hold to the hlKhest bidder nt the property under tha said I certificate County Telegraph shall publish i
ditional Food Rationing Forecast from Hampton and $2 from Law. Courthouse. door on the first. Monday No. OA7 Issued waa in thename I this Order In next four weekly !' I
In the month of March 1>4S, of W. Issues "
and other
tey.: Clothing: articles rertihcats
which, 1 In the) 2nd, day, of March, Unless said shall horedeemed Witness. my hand. and official i ,
*".1... are .'r...>4 IB these ..1..... 'b., in the value of $14 were-also! con- A. D. 1941. according" to law, theproperty anal at Htarke. 1 ITOR'a.eq..fb NoTE-WII.. ..... ...!,.. -. ..1 ....._.iI' ., ,.,1. ae...ps..r.l tributed. Dated this the 19th., day of Jan. sold to the described blithest. therein bidder. will at the be 23nd 1942 '''II, .
.
in.is.ssd. by Western New.n.iper Union.)____________ i. 1941.OFFICIAL. HEAL) A. J. Thomas 'courthouse. door on the first Monday (OFFICIAL. SEAL) A. J. Thomas L
( 1-13 4t 2-IS
As Clerk of said Court. : 9
Red Cross Fund Clerk Circuit Court ttrndford In the hna'.r.:: of March March 11)42) Wm. D. Jacksonville, Fla. I
County, Stat. of Florida.J which In day of Morr.an. -! \
% > r. ,- I 1-23 4t ''I-1S 1942. Ally for Ir\}\ ,t 1
..
Bradford total Dated. thin. 19th day of January -
-F County's 'paid into I 1 94"?
the Red Cross war relief fund IM f'lnrriT coriiT. \npnnii (OFFICIAL SRAI."' ) A..7. Thomas iciHrt'IT roi'itT.COII'WTV RRADFO1tD ; 'I !
.r ;tA' stands rni'MTV. FMHUItAI' Ift! ,'II ,::00.- Clerk of Circuit Court: of Bradford : FLORIDAIN' CHANKHV. ,.'tJ; f
t now at $1,383 on a quotaof ('I>lIlY. County Florida 1.23 4t 1.13 < l
"it. only $1,250( according to JudgeE. Joe H. Smith, Plaintiff, "". Flora Irene M. M..rvll. Plaintiff vs. Nor. '.V '
*. Bolle Smith Defendant Case No. wood H. Marvll. Defendant.. Case ;L. i k
H K. Ferryman County Chairman IN 'IIUTIT roi'iiT. lilt o..o"n.. NO. ITSJ. JT 1*[ '. .
r r tt1 4 $60 having been paid in last 1163.ORTER OF PtTnMC-ATIO7< roi'N-rt.' 1,0111"1| IMCKIIi. "..AN. ORDER OF PITRLICATION '">I.t :
week. Southern Bell 'Telephone AND NOTICE TO APPHAItSTATK1 AND NOTICF3 TO APPNAIt ',
r OF FLORIDA to: Flora I'. V. Navntto, {'Plaintiff vs. Jose. STATE OF FLORIDA to: Nor. fl:
employes turned In $29;; the Park Belle Hmlth, whose renldonue Is. Phlna Navntlo Dufeiulaut. Casa. No wood 8. Marvll. whose residence '"'i i

Theatre $25; the Brooker sewing Unknown.You 1711. Is: Dth. Street, Laurel, Delaware. ,
: are. required to appear on ORDICR OF priiLiPATiow Ton are required to appear on 1, :
room $5; and H. Bennett $1. 1IIar..h.2. 1942>>, In the above namedCourt ANSI NOTICH '1'11 AI'l'IO.VU March 2nd, 1942. In the above -
and cause. wherein plaintiff 8TATI OF. FLOItlltA Io. : Jose- named Court and cause, wherein' ..
seeks| divorce. Ilritflforil County ''hlne Navatto, whose rrsldenco Is plaintiff seeks divorce. Hrudfnr.1 .1|
: / First Tire TheftThe Telegraph shall. publish thin OrderIn ii-Hiily Nook, 107Ve..t Fourth Countr Telegraph shall publish. '
) q:' +I4a next four weekly IHSIIHS.WltnSH fcUreet Plalnfleld, New Jersey. thin order In next four weekly, ,
xl 1N1, IN IRE- my hand and officialHeal You urn rtMiulred.1o appuar on Issuei iWMncsa ',
first recent tire theft reported at Htnrke, Florida. this January March 2nd, 1IM3, I In lire above : my hand and official 1. ;
LAND.-Ma}. Gen. James E. presumably due to the 2" 1D42.lOF'PiriATj named Court and cause, wherein seal at Htarke. Florida, thin Jan. "t
/ HISAt. A. J. ThomasAs 1843. j
) lulnllff seeks .Ivor' ... BradfordCounty ;
Chaney of the U.S.Air Corps, Lire shortage, was that of Alan Clerk ..f sold. Court -Its U 11-13 : Telegraph, shall. publish (otoYFICIAI. HMAL) A..1. Thomas. ', .
p who has been made commanding Roth of the Hi-Hat. Sometime Sam II. Wilson Jacksonville Flu. this Order In next four weekly As Clerk lOt .said. hurt 1-23 4t 2-IJ '
u Ally for rif.iv Issues.Witness. Wm. D. Morican. Jacksonville Flu.. ,.
general of the U. S. army ; between dark and the time he my bend and. official Atty. for Pit ..I'
in the British isles ispicrU'ed : went home for the night--11 P. oiM-i IT rni it'r, m t l1.'IlInC" ...*..lot Slftiko. Florida, this January [
force >! 'OJ'r'', Fl.Oltllltl IX ('11IIY. .\%- 22nd: ID'S.OKFICIAI '
above. He has a high % .-someone took an entire wheel "'..: ( 8I< ) J Thomas HUH 8CIIKDULKNortkbonad: ,
off his car which was parked at Ivy H. elanlner.. Plaintiff, vs. liar-. As Clerk of 1 ill:} nll'.i'. 1-2: 4t 2-M
rating as both a combat pilot the corner of Call rThompaon hara, I. (Uardner. Defendant. ITasn'OHHER Wm. D. Morgan Jacksonville Flit.. Leave Htarke ...._ SOK: A. M. 'J
and combat observer. His N 1747 Ally for Plf.! leave Klurke ... ..__ 0:4: A. M. i
Ire no sightseeing for these Axis eracuees fr.m South America streets.) No suspect has been. OP PlinWVTHWANI Leave rttarka -._ ... 1:30 P. M.Leave > .
was headquarters will be "some : NOTICM TO AI..I.JAltflTATJC 11'\1 ;;;;;;. : : \1'
the Panama Canal Zone to the United State found as yet. OF) FLOItlOA to: IlliriMira ruicrrr uii\i>F. im Htarkn l:4lk: P M.
went through '' Ixiava Htarke __., 3:3: P. M. ",
j where the British isles 4.tlI \ I'Y. Kl.onilltl IX ( 11 '> ?
the group of 111 pene_, Including aeven German and seven Italtlomats on I* Gardner, whose residenceIs I t'KIIV.Sarah Leave: Htarke ._ .._ ((1:114;: P.: M.: i": '
Unknown. Lee Leave Hturke ... ._. 6:110: ... M. .* : I
Howell Plaintiff
from the train which vs.
are pictured debarking special corm Legion Donates GauzeThe You are required to appear on Donald llowell. Defendant Leave Hlurke __.?._ 10:10: 1'. M. ..
across the Isthmus. Uncle Sam took no chances ol any Axis: REINFORCEMENTS : March 2,, 1942 In the wherein above plaintiff namedC.Nlrt Case Murray No. 1764.nKhl'llt Leave Htarka 11:10: P, ....
: mid
cause,
log, which would have been possible had the passage been made I American Legion at Its seeks. divorce. Bradford CuunlYT..I"lI'rOIh OF PMIL.ICATION Leave mark:0"-01:1! 8:011 A. M. (&( ,
ANI NOTICE TO API'I An r
Areas
For 10 .
meeting I last week donated shall I publish this OrderIn .
t STATE OF FI.OIUDA tot: Murray Leave HtarkH .___ 10:80 A, M. ,(.,.
The arrival of a considerable $5.75 for gauze tor red cross n-xt .four. my weekly hand Issues.Witness and officialxenl Donald. llowell whose rosldenoe Leave Btarke ...._.... 2:20: P. M. I f'
_.. 11:10 P. M.
ASSAR: LUZON: force of American troops In north work. This la to aid the work .nt Htnrko. Florida. thin. January Atlanta IN, neuritis 1278 .Mankhaail Avenue Leave I being done by Mrs. S. A. Weldon 15. 1942. You to Leave Starke _. 8:10 1' M. .' \P ,
ern Ireland had been an exciting bit (OI FI'IAT. NKAt.) A.T.: Thorns are required appear on .
Victory MacArthur's Fight registered nurse who la training As. Clerk of said ('ourt113 4t 2-13 March I 2nd., 1042, I In the. abovenameil ; "*"".. .,
of which the Htarke18"
leaped on
news press Court: ._ '
C. 1tomdy Jacksonville, and cause, wherein Leave ... 1:80: A. M.
lean had hailed the Battle Though MacArthur's men were with avidity, and which brought Eleventh and eighth grade girls of Flu Ralph Ally for Plf. Plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford Leave Hlarke ,_ ... 1:60: A. M. '

near straits a. the first def- admittedly In a desperate position from the White House the statementthat B. H.. S. to make folded compresses County Telegraph shall publish Leave Htarkv -..._._- B'SO: P. M. I .
this Order In next four weekly Leave Htarkn ..______ 7:0: J'. M. 'rWeetboual
nerlcan victory over the Jap-, it had become evident that he was this was but one of six, eight or to be used In,- home defense -, lrmrt"IT ronrr.rol'NTY. lilt tDI"OIIfl Issues.. .

worked out in conjunction getting at least some reinforcement ten areas to which reinforcements in Bradford County in cane KI.OHII I IK CHAN pent Witness. my hand. and official Leave Stark ..._ ... 11:10: A. M. 'j}> I
('I"lY.Anlhuny at Htarke, Florida thin January (Tallahassee Hpeolal)
e i Indomitable Dutch. as his latest communiques had told had been sentPressing of an air raid.I'inrMT ,I P3. Rudolph Plaintiff "... Itifml 1942 Leave Htarka .... ___ 11:45: P. M. ".
I action amounted to the vlrtu- of American "fighter planes" and the President for more Kleanor Rudolph! Defendant.. Case. (OFFICIAL. SEAL) A, J. ThomasAs Leave Htarke -.... H'ld: P. M. "'" .
IN rnt'icr. 1"1'VsiOPD I No. 1740. Clerk of said, Court. 1-23 4t 2-13 Leave Htarke ..._ .. 110: P. M., !
ping of a large Jap convoy also of the work of PT boat squadrons Information, newsmen succeeded inSetting <'<>! NTY. FLOHIIIAt\ CIIAN. OnitRTl OF 1'1'IH.IATIONAND Wm. D. Morgan Jacksonville Fla. Lwave Htarke ..__.. llil& P... M.Tallahassee ;>' I.
| straits probably heading fora1 in Subic bay and at other the revelation that help Is ('KHV. NOTICE TO APPEAR Ally for Plf. ( 8peclo1) '
Ruth Dewey O'1Tarn. Plaintiff. v.. STATE OF FLORIDA to: mleanol .iMi !
i assault on Java or Sumatits points, probably near Corregldor. being rushed with all possible speed I Albert James. O'llvrn. IJefemlant.OHI Rudolph. Brooklyn, New York i i ;
virtual decimation with But it had not been believed that into the Pacific war theater. >Ell OF inmLK'ATION You are required to appear on ..
AND NOTICE' TO Al'PBAR 1ft, 1942, In the shove
[ losses in men and ships for MacArthur's army; had any airplanes Nothing was said officially about STATK UK FfjOIUnA tot 'Albert named February: Court' and cause, wherein. SAFE! FAST! COMFORTABLE! .::.
eon forces. left, therefore his report that the Identity, of the Northern Ire- Jams O'llcrn. Fort Sum: Houston plaintiff sniika. divorce. ilradforn
lasted several days and Curtis P-40 had downed the fact that Han. Antonio Texan. County Telegraph. shall. publish this '
[fight fighters a land troops, but a major You arA required to ,appear on Order In next ,four weekly Issues.
bar of Japanese warships number of Jap bombers led many to general was named commander and March 2nd, 1942 In tee abovnnameil Witness. my Imnd and official (
American led Court and cause, wherein&lalntlf seal at Starke. Florida. this January AND ECONOMICAL! ; 1
(engaged by light think that they might have been that his staff included brigadiers ( seeks. ilfforoe. Itriulf'inl 12th.. 1942.

vessels including destroyers flown in there from a distant base. many to believe It was at least a : Telegraph shall publish (OFFICIAL HEAL) A .J. Thomas. /. '\"

jubmarlnej, and by consider- How many of the Japanese estimated 'division. this Isnueft.WltneMH.Order. In next four weekly AH lialpn Clerk. C.of Rommly said. Court., Jacksonville t." 4t 2-8, RIDE THE BUSSES .\

prces of airplanes. Luzon army of 300,000 was News dispatches from Ireland, my hand and official' Florida Atty. for Plf. ) "

I of the earliest ships sent to able to get at MacArthur's men in passed by censorship used the day seal of at January.Htarka,. Florida 1942. thin 29In! I Courteous, Correct Information f!; ;

ttom in the engagement was their tiny front on Bataan peninsula words "from their training groundin (OFFICIAL, J. Thomas iv rutrriT coritT. Ol-.on .
.
aircraft carrier, and if she was a problem as many of them Louisiana" and the fact that they An Clerk of said iourt. 1-30 4t i-20 'E11Y.COUNTY, F'.OIl'UA'11 ':IIAI'''' Given You At t" .I

sunk she was Immobilizeddirect naturally would have to be holdingthe had come "from mldwestern neor'ire Martin Vo1, Plaintiff, vi. r

[ torpedo hit and that rear and supply lines against homes," but this was as close to NOTICM Of TAX APPMOATION I1KKUSraat !: FOIL' Katherine. Cane. Klchhorn No. 1742. Voli. Defendant UNION BUS STATION ;1 .': !

she was useless, as a carrier. constant harassment of guerrilla identification as the war department ( Hill N... (113) ORDER OF PimLJCATlON! : ,'. '
i meant instant air supremacy bands of Filipinos.RATIONING.' would permit. NOTICE 1H IIBKISnr OIVEN AND NOT1CR TO Al''' AH k'
THAT Isabel flitch holder of Tax BTATI3 OF FLORIDA to: Kath- :t I.
{
i American-Dutch forces, and President DeValera criticized the ('..rUdcate.( Numbered respectively. : erlna. Klchhorn Vola Number 69 "1 t'l
ant to work without mercy : sending, said his government should 620 iHHiieu, the 7th day of July A. O!><.re Ilauptstrase (A. II. Street> j I 1
I), 1830; 247 & 24 Untied the 4th., 'i llockenhalm Iladen. Country of ,
easel after another was de To Increase have been consulted but though day. of August A. D. 1928; and 311 Uvrmany.. '
and as others were dam- President Roosevelt recalled that issued the 6th day of 1cri"yt.: I You are required to appear. on Never i
: : !
Additional rationing deemeda D. 1911), nan filed name ; March 2nd., 1943, In th. above I lr
[and the Japs attempted to was DeValera was a "warm personal rice and has. made application for i named Court and cause, wherein ;
elr convoy Intact by slowing certainty with the placing of friend," he expressed no sympathywith tax deed to be Issued. thereon plaintiff seeks divorce. nradftWdCounty

|pace to that of the slowest sugar on a pound-a-week basis. his viewpointThe brace Said the certificate followlndell'rlb..d respectively. em-- i Telegraph shall publish Issues.Witness ;hla. LET YOUR SHOES GET IN .
properties Order In next four weakly 'It.
they were hopelessly trapped. In fact it was known that,those 'soldiers were there reportedly In the County of .Bradford my hand. and official, ii
Ipparently took more than six who controlled the priorities were Nazis State of Florida to-wk: seal at Htarke. Florida, this Jan THIS CONDITION. THEY : .: "
eager for a "crack at the Lots 8, IS of Blk IS, 14th. 1944.OFFICIAL t
[for the Japs to negotiate the frowning even on some of the and getting accustomed to British Temples. 1.1dtrloJI. to Htarke In ( BRAD A .,1. Thomas '. ,.

pan 500-mile journey through civilian defense activities. fare living conditions and surround- NUK NEVI W of of NW"4 Uy; A* NH part Cor of of Wfi 8K of% As Clerk of said Court. 1-16 4t 2-6 WILL RUIN YOUR FEET ; 'i

ails and the toll was upward Among these were the "indiscrim- of NWW Hen 28 Twp. I B. It. 22K.
[vessels. inate knitting of sweaters" which ings.The ., !I. embraced under' said. Certificate NOrifK OF APPLICATION FOR f"
President was positive instating No. 620. TAX ItlCKU; WE ARE EXPERTS AT REPAIRING LADIES,
engagement showed several was said to have a bearing on a possible (! rna..- Illll No. I(I3NOTICW )
that aid of the strongest sort Lots 2. 1. 4 of Elk 23 Temples
that strong air relnforce- shortage of wool.Another Pacific Add. to dtarks Heo. 211 Twp 6 8. H. 18 IIF.RKnir UIVEN.i GENTS AND CIIILDRENS SHOESBROWNSTEEN'S
was being poured Into the 22 EJ und.r Cetlfloats That D. E.) Knight and UKnlsht .
rd1io.
i had arrived from the United was the selling of commodities theater of the war, and war depart- 'N'sIrbraced i holder; of Tax ; .
in tin cans when they couldbe t'of No. 688. Issued the 6th day ofHvptember
into the area that they Lot Blk 13 Temple Add. to
: total
of the -
estimates
otherwise packaged or sold in ment manpower Stark. Sea. 18! Twp. 8. t4. H. it E., 1932 and No. 887 I Issued .
[being deployed effectively toPt i of the Japanese In that area was "ki embraced under Certificate No. the 7th., day of July A. D.
a further southward bulk. Among the list was baking S4S. 1910 have filed same In my office :
invasion Japa- powder, beer, biscuits candy, confectionery 1000.000 men.ROMMEL. Lot t .Blk U TempI.s. Additionto and have crd.b.application for a MODERN SHOE REPAIR SHOP ':1
of .
the East Indies; : Ntarke In NWI4 elk part tax deed issued thereon.Haut 119 N. Walnut St. eOpposite Port Office
merican naval units, once at cereals and flour chocolate : of WV4 NEl\t NB certificates embrace the fol-

[with the Jays, could give a and cocoa, coffee dog food car of 8"JI4N of 4NW40ffe.Y'ja""T\ lowlntr described property In the n" I I

kecount of themselves; that the petroleum products spices and con- Drive Halted 'J "

[toll of two ships a day could diments and tobacco. The counter-drive by Gen. Erwin ., "

] be enlarged to a deadly Shipbuilders were being asked so Rommel's troops In Libya, which fl '.
,
nt of shipping, an amountthe to design their ships that they could bad hurled the British back over 'I ,

Japanese could not lose use steel of the type; milled for automobiles considerable ground to a former battleground

Untie their:.pace In the South -somewhat narrower plates. near Bengasi had appar .. -" .ft.:' I "' ,

Leon Henderson would be in envy been halted with a terrific .." '1'.'" < \ .,

charge of retail rationing and blast of air power, causing the Germans ,.; '\ ,. .,\, '
.
'
CES: James S. JCnowlson in charge of huge losses. 1I 1\ '.

\Passed that which occurred in Industrial As Churchill told the house of 4

quarters it was announced. commons that the German-Italian IiI-_ ,

, Passage of the compromise I casualties had been three times that I \

control blU, setting ceilings on RUSSIANS : i, of the British his cohorts in North o .

iation modlUes, brought to a head Find Going TougherAs Africa had just finished a devastating

which now was in the blow to the Germans, which

i of the ,government namely the Russians announced that many believed had halted them in I

'on of commodity; prices. the 'last live German" bad been removed their tracks. ; .

n this point on it would be a from Moscow province, and The advance from Agedabia to .
ial offense to sell the Invaders in the Rhiev area
anything that near Bengasi had found the German 'I'f
the ceiling price. and doomed and as
were trapped
forced to halt for a tune to ,
senate vote had been at a they swarmed ever closer to Smo- organize their supply services, and I "

ratio than the house, 65 to 14. lensk, they reported that the Nail the British took advantage of this
ent Roosevelt had been ex- resistance was growing stuTer. .
respite to do the same. '
to name Leon Henderson to This, the Red high command said But the R.A.F. moved forward to I .
it of price administrator, set was to be expected but they drew .
and r
attack the supply lines reported I
the bill.deraon much cheer from the fact that one .
tl& destruction of literally "hun
had been doing what victory was following another still
tanks"and
dreds of vehicles including
uld along this line from his and that the general tactical cam-
the German
that they had reduced '
j'
S
office, and had well.
been placed paign was shaping up
1"
to "utter and hopeless con- '
rear
War Productions board under One' expert in Red tactics said "

i. much credit was being given to a fusion.

Henderson's previous work. new Russian system of putting fair. 'I ''

ver it did not conflict with the ly heavy artillery into the front line I MISCELLANY: I ..j1" ..r.Ji .

s In the bill immediately was with the infantry. .

ed, and became' the law ofnd This, he pointed out. was a bold I,' ,
New York: Joseph Lash friend of : ;: ,'
Just as though congress It- procedure but one which the Germans
Roosevelt and one of her pro- 'I"
ael Mrs. ,
announced the ceilings with nothing heavier than ..tl
teges, for whom a naval commission ,. 1'
urn penalties were one trench mortars In the front line .
In prison and a ".000 fine were finding it difficult to combat. bad been sought and refused had .

''UUul I violations of the law. The Russians have 44 mm. guns been changed from 1-H to 1-A and Pause ;' .. ;

8ht had been expected against and some Ids In the front lines, and had not claimed or asked deferment. I '.

erson on the grounds that the though they are not so mobile they Washington: The justice department Go refreshed
* has ordered the removal of an .
administrator had been are even being handled by man- I'
to the be foundto enemy aliens from vital defense ,
President who himself power when horses cannot ; A:
een chief critic of the bllL. draw them. areas throughout the nation. ,

OATS: These guns fire at pointblankrange New York: Discovery of a gigantic lI ; I I
1
and were given much creditin plot on the part of the Germans to Ie /

ve in Atlantic winning the battle of Mozhaisk a dispose of diamonds looted in Bel- .

n.t nt succession of unhinge heavily fortified pointThe glum and Holland 1940 was made ;

nertean and allied vessels in death toll Is terrific in war- when the government reported a list p" f r'"' .

oral Atlantic many of them Correspondents of Indictments against members of In hand are all ., j"
you
to the coastline, had revealed fare at 40 below state zero.that woundeddie several New York corporations.More With a boflf* of Ice- at the front the
-boat worth of diamonds delicious taste want, I
than 100.000 real'ththe you
ffw
activity was being within 10 or 19 minutes unless set to enjoy
d to the utmost. immediately warm, as their already had been disposed like the quality you, and mil
I kept of refreshment ,
U. S. navy reports from the instantly freeze. 01.f It was believed. after-sense you 5iz'UNDSI
a ocean had rounds London: President Roosevelt has welcome.
been that their however being lions of others, have come to
,
were being redoubled and The Russians, received an crnament as a present A(

certain 'accesses had been adept at life under such conditions from the British government It is COMPANY 'Y '

The Policy of not announc- are reportedly suffering much less of glass, and is composed of fragments 1OTTUD AUIMOUT Of TMi COCA-COlA BOTTLING ll CO. You trust its quality 't'e '

-batslnlll gs was being fol- than the ill-equipped and prepaid of the stained glass windows STARKE COCA-COLA '

. however. Germans. of parliament) broken by an air ra.> i'fl




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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH.. STABKBJtfA&OB FlnRm
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seal ;mt" Starke. Florida, this filth I March Ind., un. In the -
43 Men Women day of January 1142. named Court and
cause.
Commissions New Cruiser
U. S.
(OFFICIAL HtiAL) A..1. ThomasAs plaintiff seeks divorce Brat] ,;;
Taking First AidIn Clerk of paid Court. I-SO 4t S-SO County; Telegraph shall
John J. Henderson, Esq. Arty for this Order In nest tour Dubh
Pit. I..ue.. wu_
, r Norris addition to the B. H. S. Witness my hand
Kathleen Says : seal at Htarke Florida IKI":' '
teachers, who have their own IN CIRCUIT COURT. BRADFORD uary 28th. 19411. laOFFICIAL

o first-aid class at the school house COUNTY FLORIDAIN CHAN As( Clerk of SEAL said Court) A..J 1:3'!'hop..

I This/ Gentlewoman Should Wed Chauffeur in" the afternoons, 21 men and Peart'ofbrlbb v.. Wallace B.Northcutt.Northcutt,Plaintiff Defen, Chas R. Hess, -Atty. for Plf.11" 1,

22 women have enrolled In classes dan,
WNU Service.) ORDER OF PUBLICATIONAND IN! CIRCUIT COURT nmJCharles
(Bell Syndic* *- BR"
I held at night in the courthouse.In NOTICE TO APPEAR cnerNTY, FLORIDAI I\I! Cqp;
I Ii STATE OF FLORIDA to Wallace t'IC RY.
the men's clans are: Dempsey
R Northcutt, whose residence Watt Allen Plalntlrr
Sapp, James A. Lewis, Charles I Is unknown. Gretchen Fox Allen,
You are required to appear on Case No. 1774. Defend
' '+ l Hardy, Jr., W. Alton Gay, Monday, March 2nd. 1142 In the AND ER OJl' PUBLICATION
t rMaMN aa. Vincent St. John, T U Hamper, above named 'Atf wherein plaintiff seeks divorce andno i STATE OF FLORIDA \
r' Claude M. Alvarez Floyd Green, other relief.' Bradford CountyTel.graph Fox Allen, 712 to'ch..n On

John B. Grew, Vernon D. Sllcox, shall publish this) Order Avenue, Henderson, North Car Andrr.
Archibald J. In next four weekly Issuer You are required to am/ ..
J. Powell
tf Charley Witness my hand and official I :March 2nd., 1943 in the .. t.
Thomas, C. H. Nasworthy, JamesF. Heal at Htarke, Florida, this 29th i named Court and caure whey

Holllngsworth, J. H. Fields, day of January, 1942. 1.80t 2-20 plaintiff seeks divorce. 'B":1'
(OFFICIAL HEAL) A..J. Thomas Telegraph .hall
W B. Sewell, William M. Sapp John J. Henderson, Kaa. Arty tor Count In next tour puEie
we,.
RlI J. H. Dennis, W. H. Hart, JohnH. Plf. issues.Witness.

lXi, p 3 el"1 Powell and B. E. McRae. seal. at 8tarko.my hand Florida and, nlflp
L IN CIRCUIT COURT BRADFORD 27th. 1941. this la.
te Women taking the course are: COUNTY' FL.OHIUAI IN CHAN- (OFFICIAL SEAL)
CUHY.: A.J. Thos,,,
.
Ulllo Bridges, Ikey Brownlee, Maurice 6. Moore, Plaintiff, v. A"Charles Clerk Miller ot said, COllrt. 1-30 ttG
Hentor. Qrambllnv Moore, Defan* for Pit. .Jcksonvllie! 0 p.
t Mrs.' Butler, Marguerite Deyorlo; Atty
.l
MI 1 1'h a"oRDBR
) OF PUBLICATION -
Elva Edwards.- Joyce Futch, Lu-
AND NOTICES TO IN: CIRCUIT COURT.:
] 1 q{ 1l VJtiw clio .Green Emma Hill, Beryl STATES OF FLORIDA to: heeler COUNTY, FLORWAI BR-'nrOI'.N '
1 CII4I
r I Holland, Eunice Kelly, ''s u .1 e drambllna Moore, whose residence CERY.
Is unknown.You Gladys Sommem Eberhart .1
Moore, Elizabeth N a s orthy, are required to appear on tiff davt.J David, KborharLV PI"

Dorothy Norman, Muriel Norman, Monday March 2nd. 1942. In the Case No. I77J.
lf A new threat against the Axis goes Into the struggle as the cruiser above named Ii JEt 1 ; V. S. B. !San! Diego U placed'In commission at Boston, Mass. Named Bertie Olson, Lois Perryman, Ola wherein plaintiff narks divorce and i AND NOTICE TO APPEAR

for the city of San Diego, Calif., the vessel enters active service six Mae Redding, Virginia Relnert- no other relief. Bradford County STATE) OF FLORIDA tn .
Telegraph shall publish this Order DavId Eberhart 200Vhlt"f:
months ahead of schedule. son Agnes Scott, Ethel Sewell, In next tour weekly Issues.Vltnens Avenue., N. U.. Atlanta. Ueortu';
i
Claire St. Peter, Catherine Young \ my hand and official You are required to appe ,,
Real at Htarke, Florida, this 29th :March 2nd., 1842. In the Vdj:
r11I Former Champ Aids Defense Drive The men, under the directionof Any: of January IIU.A. named. Court and cause, when
4 e h M. W. Morrow of OFFICIAL SEAL> J. Thomas plaintiff' seeks divorce. B'Od';
Hampton,
, As Clerk of Bald Court. 1-20 4t 2-20' County Telegraph shall !
M;r r'r meet In the County Commission John J. Henderson, Esq. Atty.; for this OrflerTn next four Dnblk w..I''

ers room on the second floor of PIG I Issues. .

al I .r''P'S' ?..my hAnd and 011111I! !
' the courthouse on Wednesdaysand IN CIRCUIT COURT BRADFORD ... a Florida, this J.
d Fridays :from 7:30 to 9:30 COUNTY FLORIDA IN CIIAN- 87th. 1941.
i $, z w CKUY.noslna (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thonul..
o'clock P. M. The women, taught Plaintiff, vs. Grant I As Clerk of said Court. l-SoiiTJ

by Mrs. N. D. Wainwright, Jr., Shelton Sh.ltonc't.. Case No. 1777. Charles Miller, Jacksonville. h

and Mrs. Wl H. Hart, meet In ORDER OF PUBLICATIONAND Atty. for Pit.
y4 NOTICE TO APPEAR -
i S the court-room Mondays and STATE OF FLORIDA to: Grant IN CIRCrlT COURT. BHADPOul
rM
Shelton, whose residence I. un '
t Wednesdays at the same hour. known. CtCRY COUNTY. FLORIDA| IN CHUI

You are required to appear on
George .
'y) y eta S ee; ) New Apartment March named, t'irt: : 1943.and In ua'., .wherein above Case Kvellne No.LoC.or 1770.ORDER .Grafton.Plaintiff Uefendii, >

plalntlft reeks divorce. Bradford
OF
Being LandscapedA. Count; Telegraph shall publish ANn NOTICE PUBLICATION TO
this Order in next tour weekly I APPEAR
Issue. STATE OF FLORIDA to: Ev.ltiJ',

,' Hartmann, W b o- recently Wltneas my hand and official t C. G rat ton. E864 Losan A'ewl
'( Han California. I
Diego,
named Benito U. u
*fr father for several years Iuu had a duwO."r Tony a seal at Htarke. Florida, this January
and I lore ooh completed the first newall-apart. You are required to l
mother and Tony 28th.
who ha wonderful Jamily. 1942.
trnpie man m ibml
1 1 March 2nd., 194 In the
. : e Aer. My mother would be cruthtd il fAe knew thin. ment house in Starke on the (OFFICIAL HEAL) A..1. Thomas. named: Court and cause, whom
2-20 d
As Clerk
of said Court. 1.304.
north end of Temple Avenue, Is plaintiff seeks divorce. BradfMl
O. A.
at Stephens, Jacksonville, Fla.
KATHLEEN NORRISHERE I personally directing the landscaping Atty. for Plf. County Telegraph shall pubiul:
By ONLY this Order in next four wetijl
FOR PARENTS /
letter from a of the entire premises. While I..".... I
is
a IN CIRCUIT COURT. BRADFORD
Kathleen Norris advice,this the work is not Witness my hand and offlcul
yet completed, COUNTY, FLORIDA IN CHAN. .
girl that might seal aStarke.. Florida, this ;
CERY.Eunice
+ time.hfor the parents instead the following plants and shrubs uary 27th. un.OFFICIAL .
+t+., some mother will Ponder Miller, Plaintiff, vn.I ( SEAL) A. J. 'Thorn"' !
soon the
their and wayward grace spacious lawn: Itobert
or erring Jack Dempsey former werld'a heavyweight champion, .Is pictured Y'hI"fI PUiLICATIONAND Defendant. I As Clerk of said Court. 1-30Ill-Ill
'thoughtful. Linda sends me children. Here it a case wherean here astride a bronche named Feannte. Baa the contents of his ten- Two pineapple palms, six magnolias ORDBIi NOTICE TO APPEAR D Bryon King, Jacksonville, h

her picture with her letter, apparently blameless child gallon hat are far better than that as be gathers ta funds for a "Defend six'bolly, :five arbor vitae, HTATR OF FLORIDA to: Robert Atty. for PIGBeware

and it is the picture of a hat been denied the love and America-Bsy. a Bomber" campaign at a rodeo fa Chicago._ SO HgustrunvBO Australian pines, Floyd unknown.Millar, whose residence It

f 50 azalea, two lemon trees and You are required to ; Coughs
sweet, sensible, pretty crea- security the needs by the selfishness appear on
, one cape Jasmine.All Monday, March Ind. 1942. In the
, '. ture. She makes no complaint of her parents. Unwanted Possessions in Far East ,War Zone above named Court and cause,
when the of his apartments-four upstairs wherein plaintiff seeks divorce ana from common colds
growingup
was
; she only wants some and four no other relief. Bradford County

4rxI advice. But I think she has both, the it now claimed the take by I rented. Those above down-stalrs-are bring $M e In Telegraph next four shall weekly publish. Issues.this Order' That Hang OnCI'eomulBlon

' parent for of Witness my hand and official
+ been badly treated, and thatIt per month, while the ones on the seal
the he inherited from d at Btarke, Florida, this 29th
is the fault of a selfish money $ r: r i lower floor rent :foe $60, Mr day of January, relieves prom to-
IIU.A.
D her grandmother. But the it in M n rA Hartmann said. "I could rent an (OFFICIAL Jourt.( J. Thomai cause It goes right to tte I
1 father and mother, love with her father' chauffeur / l w An Clerk of said 1-30 4t 2-20 trouble to help loosen and eipd; I
other
building Just like It If I John J. Henderson
) Esq. Atty. for germ laden phlegm, and aid nato I
"When I was quite little, and wants to him. had PIf
marry n t it, he said. to soothe and heal raw, tender
mother and dad made much of And it be ,> r (IMN s l ar ;A
surprising as may "# Y tna t IN CIRCUIT COURT. ,BRADFORD flamed bronchial mucous memo

me; I felt that they loved me," to some-Kathleen-Norris- ad- l f Ra>tCN a ry Deeds Filed COI/N'f1, ;? FLOHJUAl IN CHAN- branes.TeU your druggist to sell to1delstanding yo; I Ia
CHi L'EHY
.i lNDO bottle of Creomulsion with the
,
writes Linda. "But when I wen 10 vises" her to do just that: She Annie J.. Goings, Plaintiff va. Ham you must like the wait

l another man appeared In the family may be embarrassed by Tonylslimitations J. W. ..Brownlee to T. Frank No.uel Morris 1776. Goings Defendant. Cane quickly allays the cough or' you M

was there continually, takingmother and the will not Landrum and Carleen R. Lan- ORDER OF PUBLICATION to have your money back.CREOMULSION. I

to lunch or' dinner or dancing have the luxuries she has always drum Jan. 15; J. W. Andrews, AND NOTICE TO APPEAR
STATE
; I didn't like him very much, known, but she mill have Jr., and Nell Andrews, his wife, Morris Goings OF ,FLORIDA residence to Unknown.: Samuel l

!' ADd neither d4! dad. Soon mother love and a family bound together to The Board of Public Instruction You are required to appear. on; for'Couzhi.Chest Colds,Brondiila

t t explained to me that dad was gulag by simple food-heart- of Bradford County, a public h

away; it made me feel strange edness. Her parents, divorced corporation under the laws of '

1 and lonely, but of course I was only Florida Jan. 16; Vivian G. Mc- SINCLAIR PRODUCTS
for cannot even
h a child, and when mother marriedthe many years Cord, widow of T. M. McCord, to
her home and in
offer a re-
man I will call Van be explained Zona Morgan, Jan. 17; L. G. Pow-

i i i to me that It only meant turnthey, would probably y'd y R BORNEO to ell and his wife May F. Powell, I Gasoline Oils, and Fuels

that I bad two homes now and three expect to claim all her time, to M. L. Conner and wife Lillian
WHEN YOU
NEED FUELS FOR HEATING
persons to love me Instead of two.for attention-and money. Conner Jan. 17; J. G. Wynn, I
GIVE US A RING
a year aad and I aitf my widower, to H. A. Prescott Jr., WE DELIVER

@'e nurse lived together. Mammy and eral times. They have a restaurant Jan. 19; Damond Dell and wife,

I did the cooking and we were avery which the father, daughters and Bertha Lee Dell, to Jeanette D.

happy. But then dad married, another eon manage. Kincaid, Jan. 20; Dan Borce and H. E. TUCKER, Agent

and although Ellie was kind to me "They uneducated people I P AMERICAN RrrlSM x Emma Boree, his wife, to Sam For Sinclair

+ 1 and gave me presents, she talked suppose, talking very little English, { Rosenberg- his wife, Fannie Refining Co.

about my mother's treatment of my and living a very natural home life, JAtIINCSL QDUTt.M QFRtNCM Rosenberg Jan. 21; Frank C. Hol- Phone 158 Starke Fla.

t' father, said she had been cruel to with babies, dogs, old grandparents, lingsworth and his wife Annie B. ,

1 "him and worried me so that I was plenty of good food and good wine, Hollingsworth, to A. D. Crosby

" really; ill Mother was expecting a and. ..plenty of love. and Marian L. Crosby, his wife, I

baby then and could not have me "Tony ana -I love eacn other. Were Here is a map of the Far East war gone showing the territory Jan 22; State of Florida to Chars -

M I went to a hospital and from I happy together. My father probably under the control of the) various world powers at the outset of the ley E. Johns, tax deed Jan. 5; R. i

r' there for years to boarding-school would want to kill him if h current f&htin6.Japan, of course is trying to change the various C. Dubois and Georgia Dubois, I

71 "My tether has always been care- knew this, and I know my mother I flags displayed to one alone-that of the Riaing"Sun: his wife, of Dixie County, to A. .

leas about money, and every gone' would be crushed. R. Moore and Wile Mae Anderson HRIF7VDo

ter I would have to write and remind If we married I would take what than'all 'other classed of Federal Moore, his wife, Jan. 18; E. i +
him to pay my bills, which I AutoUse" Tax
money I have and invest it in a garage Strong and E. J. Strong, his wife,
think accounts for the fact that I taxes combined. -The payment of
which Tony has long wantedto and State of Florida
ana pretty shy to this day. I hoped Explained By Fahs this tax will give to each motor to C. L.
buy. We could along for Moltt Jan. 21
go a ; A. J. Thomas and
to be with my mother In vacations, vehicle owner a consciousnessthat
few years comfortably on :what was Collector of Internal Revenue Eva' Mae Thomas: his: wife, to Your
but instead they arranged for me to he Is contributing to the defense 7P Trading
left until be make State
began to of
money. Florida'
'Fahs Jan. 22.
i ge to cautp every year. John U baa Issued< a statement of his country in a time of
We both want children for all the
Inherited Hone,.. Benltoa love them and I could never which la of Interest to the emergency. The display of these .N "RCVJT COURT, BRADFORD where 8 pieces Rogers Silverware art

"Please don't think I am com be happy without them. more than 600,000 owners of mo- stamps on automobiles; trucks, cxltY.COUNTY, .FLORIDA/ CIIANHrfU given away with every $40 in trade

l Wr plaining." the letter goes on, "butI "Shan I refuse Tony and ask Dadto tor vehicles In Florida. Mr. Fahs etc., will be evidence that the .At'Defendant.Lee Plaintiff, ve Fred or certificates.
owners have met their tax obligations / Case No. 1781.
An Bedeeened
loved my parents and my home let him go. Join my mother and called attention to a provision of OH ER 01"

4 and I used to feel very lonely. My become a nurse to my little half- the Revenue Act of 1941 which to the Federal Government. STATE AND NOTICE OF TO APPEAR f SMITH'S GARAGE
Collector Fahs stated that the FLORIDA
to Fred
:
lather was divorced again last year; brother, whom tl would come to Imposes a "Use" tax upon motor B. Les, whose residence la un-
use tax stamps are on sale at.allpost STAB1DE. FLORIDA
and as I pleaded to be able to be adore I know, or make this mar- vehicle., which tax became effective known.
offices and all offices of Col You are required
with him and make a home for him rlafeT Please help me." February %. 1942. It was March 2nd., 184. In to the appear above on
lectors of
Internal
1 be agreed. At 18 I came into some Parents Want Her' N_. explained that the term "motor Revenue. Every named. ..Court and cause, wherein
of
owner a motor vehicle which la seeks
divorce.
vehicle" Bradford
money my grandmother left me; means all motor vehicles Count
f Now who submit loving used the Telegraph shall Publish
that meant that he and I need have you parents of the kind chiefly used for highway upon highways should this Order In Mt four weekly
sensitive small girls to the miseries call at his local post office or at issuer.Wltnes.. ;
no money troubles. I came home transportation, 'In cludlng
y of your own marital (alluresand the office of the. internal revenue my hand and offlcla't; ATTENTION !
Christmas a year ago and for a automobiles, trucks and motor- anal at Stark. Florida, tbt. 18tb
few weeks I was completely happy, the wretchedness of partingsand cycles, and that the term "use" collector and secure a $2.09 "u e" day of January LUU.A.
chances among those who seem tax (OFFICIAL J. Thoma
stamp and affix it to his
.
going downtown independently, having mean. use on the public high As Clerk of .aid Court. 1-SO ,
to them faultless, what do you think vehicle.It 4t *- 0
41 and free. ways. *, Jacksonville, ..
my own car, feeling I' of the father and mother who shoved AttyforP/n 11'1. FARMERS

But my father has changed, is rarely Linda about without consideration Collector Faha stated that internal was pointed out",that the law __

: at home, and so I see little olhtm. any revenue have been provides severe penalties In the l'TJltrWrr: COURT BRADFORD
atampa
for her loving little heart
her COUNTY, .
case of .any person liable for the FLORI04 (;114N
provided to evidence the .
child's love of stability and security, paymentof
"But my mother was very much this tax and the ,use tax who fails to purchase a Marl Irene Holcomb, Plaintiff, vs.
and her' child's confidence in her stamps are HAVE
annoyed at this arrangement; ahe family own gummed on the back so that they stamp and affix It to his vehicle. lift. Holcomb Defendant. Case .No. YOUR PLOWS AND MOWING

said that having sacrificed me all may be affixed to'' the Collector Fahs stated that the ORDER OF PUBUCATION
t Gae.. for Now that she is no longer' a responsibility ,Doter ve AND NOTICE TO APPEAR MACHINES
education
shed could be
years my hicles. The first stamp to be stamp affixed to the Instrument STATE OF; FLORIDA REPAIRED NOW
and bother purchased ti Fred
d felt that I should be with her, and ; a they want panel of_the vehicle, to Holoomb. T. M.- C. A. Wait
by owners of motor Sot b
rb help out with the family finances. her. Now that she is an heiress both will vehicles the back of the rear vision mirror street New York, 'NW York.
cover the from You
period are
father and mother could. her
My little half-brother was a strong use or In the event local regulations March "*..rJ.lf"d.to In appear en
money. And now she has sought February 1 to June 30. 1942, ? 1941I th abov
beautiful baby, but he got Infantile would not be violated the named pCourt ana cause, wherein
and ,
cumpanionihlp and love in will cost the purchasers: only plaintiff seeks We Have
divorce.
strange Bradford A
paralysis, and will always need Complete Stock Of Parts
stamp might be
places and II likely to go out of $2.09 each because of the fact affixed to a suitable County -Teleirraph shall publish

i care. their lives forever. that only a fractional part of the place on the windshield or to this Issue.Order. in ""' tour week)
"Van, my stepfather Is not much the rear or side window On Hand Now But Not Be
My advice fiscal year is Involved. However or to uealYlateata my; hand May
of a success In business, and my to her is to marry duringthe month such other part .of,, the vehicle Florida this llth
mother misses the luxuries to which Tony. She will be many times embarrasied of June, 1942. In next tour weekly Iseuee.
l where it! would be. Able To Get
ti she had been accustomed. Altogether by his limitations; ahe owners of motor vehicles must would conspicuousand A.(OFFICIAL Clerk of said LJollrt-.fio New Stock In The Near
not become :
} she is in a nervous state, and may have to apologize for him and purchase stamp valued at $5: to or detached. mutilated Sidney C K..... Jacksonville r Fla.-20

yet she cannot get another divorce for her family. evidence the payment of the tax Atty for triSfCIRCUIT Future.
:But she will have for the entire fiscal The stamps are now on sale at .
because she would get no alimony love; a real year begin- the :N COURT. BRADFORD
i this time. mother and real sisters and brothers ning July 1, 1942. and ending .Starke poatofflce. {"O"NTY. M.OIMJJAI CIIANWIIUen .

amusement, distraction companionship June 30, 1943. Stamps of ap- I .
Ll.ingeton.Plaintiff
Love Cornea to Linda. ,
vs.
and probably adoration propriate denominations] have Occupy New' Home Ella Hrown IJvlmrnton. Defendant

"Now here is my question: My team her husband. She will have been provided to evidence the Mr. ORDER OF PUBLICATIONcA.J2
and Mrs. Powell
i
+1' ;;father for several years has had a children; good strong children born payment of the "use" tax! on vehicles moved Into Billy recently !'):NOT1CF OF FLORIDAAPPEAR TO to: Ella

''chauffeur named Tony Benito; heiia of peasant stock and she will build purchased and first put into on Washington their new home is Brown Livingston whose residence Bradford Hardware Co.J.
street Just across unKnown.
: I a simple man who has a wonderful a home
around them, and have th* use on the highway during from the H. A. Bishop home He You are r.qulr.d *to appear en
mother and family. He was picnics and trips and blrthtnv ,r months subsequent to February Monday, March Ind. 141. In the

married, widowed 10 years ago. 1 I mothering that her own! r and Mrs. Powell occupy> the second :,bh't: ni:1tlt
\have been to his mother's home lev- was denied. 1942.Collector Fahs Mated that the floor, while Gene Conne u, no other relief. s.eke Bradford divorce CountJl'T.lerrraph an B. CARLISLE, Owner Starke, Fla.
president
f
0
Z. Blaadlng Center, shall publish
"use" this Order
tax affects more Individuals lives down-etalra. 'In next tour weekly l lsu...
Witness my band and official



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SUCCESSFUL I Dignified and Simply StyledBy By CIIERIE Very Smart. t



L. PARENTHOOD In all the glitter shine,

CHERIE NICHOLAS '. and dramatic highlights of ;;

fashion, a simply made
sty textured wool dress stands

marked relief.

:s IF MBS. CA1KOUHK: CONBAD EDWAHDS The "little wool dress" has !(
been so popular. It may be t..
Associate Ultoe rot-mis' Mafastae or dressy black or brown { "

color or of an exquisitely ;t
DISAPPOINTMENT IN LOVE tel. But there it Is! ,

1 Jewelry is the best ;,

ugh not often admitted it IsUat semester. Or that for two year the wool dress, and a basic f )
mothers and sometimes you were In love with your boss and will rely on changes of jewels t
almost as much from he up and married his old school I '
ir*, suffer color and variety and for its
''daughter's or son's disappoint- flame just when you thought you ability to time and occasion. i ij
fin love as the young persons were making headway! j
elve. I'm not referring to These: confessions though not of This little wool dress is : i
making parents whose plans Immediate comfort, give a !girl not too warm. It is easily
been upset I'm talking about something to think about You see. and comes back from the
Tdeep. sensitive parental love there's Dad as proof that losing the same little wool dress

t lives through all over again one's first suitor is more often a t longer nor wider, its colors
buffs and tragediel of youth blessing than otherwise! yj L S unchanging.
i their own youngsters experi- This is a time too. when a father There Is much that
more
them. A friend once told me, can be a real friend. But mind ,
\ and I didn't sleep a wink the you he must be subtle about it It said for the little wool :

| after Jane's engagement was would only add to a girl's embarrassment every woman knows the ,
0." for Dad In mistaken kindness she also knows that'apart

.. family solidarity is a com- to insist on escorting her to a A of its practical advantages
brovlded it remains unobtru- country club dance or to the skating Nrt smartest little dress of the
i No young person wants a lotk rink where tho young folks .' I,
about his or her affairs nofer gather. But he can Invite her to a
how loyal that talk may be. sophisticated night club, to the the.
there's something else par- ater or the races.
can do to help the wound heal Now Is the time. too. to encour.
ly-try in the kindest possible age a revival of hobbles which may '' i
to supply the young person have been dropped during the : :
perspective. That is. from courtship. And don't make fun of
own experience try to make the self-dramatizing young people a :
daughter see how this affair often indulge In when their every J. I
look: 10 or 20 years from now.lSn't day selves have been slighted. If ; | '
easy to do. For no mat- daughter suddenly sees herself as 8.a3 c HYPATRICIA ,
,?' final the break the only an angel devoted to suffering humanity :
i for hope she will entertain at don't force her to play halfhearted '
:
.oment is that some miracle tennis on the theory that j y t
bring back the young man In exercise will knock the idea out of : v4Rr
Uon. her bead. On the contrary since .
gin by confiding some of your more and more of our activities are RU. it P' '

youthful disappointments in social-minded take advantage of -' -
Neltner la this easy to do. these times of disappointment,
Is stubborn and you don't likePjJmlt when a young person's heart is 'SPanel
to a daughter that when more open to others to build up a ,
were her age the reigning foot- permanent awareness of the griefs !
1 hero dropped you for the new and problems we all have in com- : ,
de who enrolled for the secondtOME '
mon. THERE is a new psychology In persuasive arguments in favor of

of dress. It'l. most the attractive colorful daytime wool

THERESSA wholesome one which yields to no frocks is that they are "up to tricks"In ) ;

E By Mrs. II. D. May compromise with feminine charm the way of Ingenious detail In :
OJJ and flattery but tends toward greater this: Instance it is the lacing at each

Mrs. J. C. Caratensen and children simplicity careful selection and side of the long-torso bodice that Is

of Green Cove Springs visit- an appreciative evaluation of wearing eye-catching. Self material Is laced .

ed her parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. apparel that avoids extrava- around gold hooks This model

R.\ Swindell over the weekend.Mr. gance. Clothes are made to serve dependably comes In delectable pastels or in '

and Mrs. Frank Hendricksof and at the same time graciously lush colors.

Wilmington, N. C.. and Mrs. during the stress and strain Centered In the group above Is a ;

.D Carl Edwards of Starke visited of the present war period. perfect "date" dress for the girl '

pt friends here Thursday of I last It's well-mannered clothes that who must wear her "special occa-

week. women are wanting, the sort that sion" dress all day In the office. I

or at Sl.t-r VUry'- Kitchen Mrs. :Mary Brown of Hellbronn won't shriek with glitter and gewgaws This gown of leaf green crepe has a :'

Springs was visiting her grand- yet will be spirit-lifters in striking triple .tiered peplum, a ;;"

daughter, Mrs. Calvin Hall last their colorfulness, suavity of line smartly curved yoke and the some
By HART E. DAGUKihor week. and genuine charm. The winsome what full, straight sleeve favored Putor.'I
ol Miter ".'7'. Kltehoa.erery .
little wool dresses now so popular this season.-e.g.- '
side'we are being ad- Mr. and Mrs. W C. Rhoden of t;
give the answer. Not only do they I'i/
bed to economize and con- Starke was visiting relatives her-e. to Too sweet for words are the dainty .. I 't
exploit color but they are styled woolor '
and waste nothing and those Friday little afternoon dresses of light
nicety with all sorts .of "catchy"details
a
who In exquisite pastels.
feel' that we have been rayon crepe : :
wonder just where we can Mrs. Dan Loper and sister Mrs. that Individualize them and They are fashioned with cunning
greater savings and how the Ben Loper and mother Mrs. A. make them of outstanding style importance self-fabric trimming. One has three

part we play In the scheme H. Keteey, were guests) of Mrs. not only for immediatewear rows of tiny ruching applied to a

ings can help in the national I* Trieat Wednesday. S'I with fur wraps but also to wear medium flare skirt line, three huge

8n se article program.by Harriet Elliott in Mrs. J, P. Dlckenson and into the summer. hand painted wood buttons and ''

cember issue of the Family daughter. Grace and brother, The accompanying group picture matching ruching about a clever
r some helpful answers are Calvin Hall, were business visitors eloquently tells the story of quality yokeline. Made of China pink crepeit
to this very question. She in Grandin Thursday afternoon. materials of distinction and flattering Is the Ideal answer to the demand

s us that our part la not a Mrs W. C. Loper and daughter, color. The first of this trio that for something dressy but not too
I
lone the, that, "In a very real Bertha also Mrs. Dan Loper and shown to the left In the above illustration dressy.

Han of consumer national resources.can be "the little daughter Dorothy Ellen, !is a clever sports dress for The fuss made by the younger set I

Miss Elliott's opinion "the self- were visiting Mrs. Cecil Leach of the teen-age girl It is in chocolate over white date dresses contlnutj. !

gent buyers are more often un- Starke Sunday. colored wool panelled with brown- White jersey, seems to be the outstanding :
e than Irresponsible. They stitched beige. Simple tailored princess material for these dresses. '

not yet realized that the money GUM BRANCHBy lines enhance this model, together Now that color is ao important, '

I spend lays claim to the nail with an easy grace achieved many of these jerseys are made gay I'
economic strength that in Sirs Edd Parritth
homes by tho full-gored effect below the and bright with.embroidered flowers
they hold stocks ofHe .
war material that by Mr: and Mrs. J. S. 'Sapp and blplln and motifs done in. multicoloredyarns. :
The dress to the right in the picture
crying those materials by' not children. Margaret Marie and Some of the most attrac-
icing them I above stresses the new 1942 white frocks are highlighted -
any sooner than ably Selma, were dinner guests of Mr. tive jersey Front
'I classic simplicity to a nicety. It ex.
necessary they are help- with effective trapunto quilt
and Mrs. J. C. Sapp Sunday at
to build Pattern Ne. 894-Here Is
military defense. ploits the sleek-attlng long-torso ed design. Others are made festive '
en we take Sampson City. to work In-a frock ;
this unto ourselves lines now so popular with college
and girdles
nderstand the of tak- Mr and Mrs. J. E. Andersonand with gilt buttons wearing, too for It has .
necessity girls and the Junior set One of the RclMMd bY western Ncwmuiw-Union.
the< best of care of our equlp- Mr. and Mrs. V. H. Keene fort as well as pleasing .
i t In our homes from such slm- and pon. Vanlce of Lawtey and R. of all. it slips on In a
I things as steel paring knivesr C. Keene of Jacksonville spent HIGHLANDBy coat style, buttons up the
electrical appliances. Clean- MUa Ueth Wimberly panel down the front
the week-end with their mother
oiling and storing properly all long unbroken line which
rlbute their share toward pro- Mrs. H. H. Keene. Mrs. Winifred Wimberly and C. ize, the low square

ing the life and Mrs. Susie Moore of this sec M. Grlfflp! were shopping In Jacksonville ways youthful The side
household utensils .dInequipt tion and Mrs. Runnel Norman of Thursday of last week. ing in back mean you can
l Vanderbilt were in Gainesville on Mrs J. R. Smith of Baldwinwas the fit to your own figure
trouble. And It has
conflict Elliott of continues that "In business Tuesday afternoon. a visitor here Friday. I HEALTH pockets any -which add much
today our total econ-
ls our defensive We Mra Susie Moore spent the Mrs Winifred Wimberly Mia usefulness of this trim
t use It wisely and weapon.carefully. week-end in Gainesville with rel- Beth Wimberly and Miss Ethel ARTIE M100VCBN Pattern No. 8004 Is in .
must conserve Its energy and atives and friends. Ricks were visitors to Indian Oak SO. Size 36 takes 9* yards

"gth and this means that we Mrs. W. E. Norman Is spending Farm at WhitehouHe Sunday. fr ---1 material 2 yards sic rac

>t conserve all that we buy and sometime at the bedside of A. Miss Janle Marr of Jackson 1

used Even needed a packet of flower seed J. Chism at St. George Ga. ville visited her mother. Mrs Health Habits for

as been in a defense machine materials.made of People In this section are busy Rutn Marr. Sunday and Monday.Mr. Housewives N.....,........................
I. Its paper Is a material we getting their berries ready for and Mrs. Lloyd Durranceand :
work is
t conserve; It was shipped to mulching. daughter Coleen. of Lawtey Mothers children- when still your at school and lAdeS................".........
done the
retail store over railroads that were visiting here Saturday /
the house completely quiet, how do
't..,now carry defense equlp- Kingsley Lake Baptist night. I you spend your afternoons? Do you ............................... ;
.
rom this Mrs. Nelson T, Green and children devote an hour to your own physical
must stop we shouldn't feel that The Klngsley Lake Missionary of Lawtey vr e r e visitingMrs. welfare or waste the time puttering Nam*W pap-................
buying
the things we
"
or that Baptist Church will hold Its regular Wimberly and family Saturday with "odd jobs, thumbing
aUle we must stop eating Sunday through the latast fashion magazines Pattern M.......... Sis..
many of our foods are meeting Sunday. \ favorIte
and munching on your
Pd to us. Instead must held at 9:45; o'clock .
we School will be For most busy housewives Stand H c ntjfn coin (
sweets? .
coca d alr 4i
to
thoughtfully pattern
and must All
t the we pro- and church services at 11. Deeds Filed mid-afternoon fa their only !
-. Buy. things making we them have and those members and visitor. are urgedto free time (the bridge club doesn't Patricia Dow .. !
last
i do double duty when possible.longer be present.IN Robert L. Richard and Jewel R. meet every dayl)and some part of ZM W. 17th St.. New' York.
wee a former asJJe Richard of Clay County to D. W. It should be given over to a routineof
adminiaatoe of the Office MEMORIAMIn Moore. Jan. 24; Lillian D. Har- mild exercise, a refreshing air.bathor (
In the
JZlf? Administration she knows rell and husband IL B. Han-ell Every a short woman walk owes it to open her family Methodist Church
she writes and when she sad and loving remem- of Lake County to J. 1* Will- herself to keep In
to
well a.
"- that, "the : brance of my sister-in-law Janie Williams and as
Jan. 28 Nat conditionfor
his economic clearly lams ; the best possible physical Service at the
f acta upon them function Plnholster Wynn whO departedthis wife Louise Williams to MaryL. the welfare and happiness of Sunday will be:

soundest economic responsibly asset Oily h ) life February 7, 1941.. Tate. Jan. 26; William P. husband sad children depend largely Church School 10 A. M.
has" : and L.: DanielM. upon the health of the mother.
wife Mary
we may feel thr and think of and Byrd Morning Worship 11 : :
we follow I often sit you John N. Whea she la tired most of the time ;
lona
her advice we are Byrd and wife :
n. our part to one department of think of how you died and wife. Lula M.: Ethel nervous and fretful, "an run down" subject "Have We Not
national defense To think no one was there- I! Byrd W. or ".U keyed uPo".be cannot porsibly Father?"
program James
Barrow and husband with the thousand and
good-bye. cope
you couldn't say The Youth Fellowship
Barrow r Rosa Jones and husband that are her Inevitable -
God knew that you were sufferIng i one problems will be at 6:3O: p, M.
Rufus R.: Mabel Price and husband lot. It's perfectly natural for a !
MANUSCRIPT and the hills were .hard to her time At the Evening Worship
of
COVKRS-"91 Willis B., to John H. Sur- mother' to devote most
100- BRADFORD climb: : rency and wife, Maude Jan. 27; and energy to her family but there 7:30: P. M. the Annual Boy
F.RArlL COUNTY So he closed your weary eyelids 'J. M. Edwards and Lucille C. Edwards fe no reason under the sun why she Service will be held.
and w b I a pored, "Peace be should sacrifice her own well-being All Scout official, all
his wife, to Lloyd H. Jennings by neglecting to give herself the
t thine. and their parents are
Thelma Jennings his
DR. and care her body requires In orderto
LEMUEL COLSONDENTIST Somewhere back of the sunset wife, Jan. 28; J., O. Wynn. a be In Its best working order.8TE.'l be present Service
Midweek Prayer
II Where loveliness never dies>, widower to Mrs. Anette La Mon
M.
7:30 P.
In land of glory Tucker. Jan. 26; A. D. Crosby nesday :
OFFICE!: 129 CALL ST. My sister lives a R APIIKR8! NOTEPADS A cordial welcome to
his wife.
With the blue and gold of the and Marlon L. Crosby .
rach IIK.%DFOIU> .
ADKINS BLDQ. to Marks Rltch and his wife, 13! vice
skies.Loula COUNTY TELKOKAPII. G. C Powell
Jan. 29.
Williamson Wynn. I Jessie Tbelma Rltch.


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BRADFORD COUNTY TFL.GRAPJl. STARK.1, FLORIDA FRIDAY,
"1\GE TEN : __ ___ li'Enltt.tt:

Hit Musical Show Check Thieves ting-up of projectors; settingupof To Lock Post 0/j
Sibley Elected motion /
amateur picture guilds;

}y.I To Head NewAgricultural 7.WSHINGTON\ \ Booked For FloridaTwo Get Four YearsWillie organization of movie programs; door BegInning of the Starke tonight

CouncilAt big: pictures will occupy; Jackson was sentenced compiling of documentary filmsof be locked at to Po.

Washington, D. C. (NWN3))-Ration goods also will be put in force Mr. the fccrcervjQt the Florida Theatre to four years and Willard Kittle USO-NCCS club activities. night, according o'cJ
a meeting of farmers of the cards which have .been so Henderson's office has been awaiting from Sunday through Thursday (both colored) to three years at Frerl F. Stump t to f

much in use in European countriesfor : the final action on the price con- First to be seen, starting Sunday, the State Prison when they plead Buddy Bishop ElectedHarold order of the 'I''!
the past two probablywill trol measure before setting up gen- l'08toflt,
years
Z.
A.
Wednesday before Circuit Judge
to "International featuring guilty meat
Squadron.
make their first appearance In eral price control but because of W088hlnglol1.
? this country shortly. They will be the weakness in that measure this Ronald Regan. Olympe Adklna last Saturday to stealing (Buddy) Bishop, has be a box Just outV1door

This meeting, called by County used to carry out the government's branch of the government is gear- Bradna, Joan Perry, Cliff Ed- and cashing several SeaboardAir been elected president of an organization for letters '
Agent, L. T. Dyer, was well attended plan to limit our purchases: of sugarto Ing Itself to use aU of the powersit wards and'IR! gtnald Denny. It Line railroad checks early In of all Florida boys at Mr. Stump and
by representative farmers 50 pounds per person, per year. has to put ceilings on prices. shows the thrilling adventures of January. Emory Junior College, Oxford Ga. announce

+ from every community. J. C. Leon Henderson, head of the Office There is much speculation hereon the R. A. F t'B moat colorful According to JalloJ.. B Rye, Buddy l is also president of the I pus activities ut
the amount of temporary unemployment -
l
l Council, AHHtstant State B. A. E. mates of that Price our Administration total supply of sugar. esti- which will be caused by unit-:-the JUiternational Squadron they stole 17 checks< out of the college sophomore class and l is a member of the ,L;

Representative Gainesville, was during 1942 will be about onethirdless the shifting of practically aU automobile composed of Aces from every Lawtey poatofflrsa: and casned at taking a prominent part In eam- I Company C football )

M"+ ;present and discussed the agri- than it was last year. Last production facilities to producing corner of the globe. least six of them r elvlng _. ... .H... ..AI II....
cultural situation and the many year we used an of 74 materials of war. It Is ex- The stirring aerial combat around $300 In cash. Sheriff A.
t problems of the farmers. pounds of sugar per person so a 50- pected that the number out of work scenes In this picture, showing O. Andrea recovered 9 of the 17:
N limit should make the reduced for a month or two may be consid- :
Y The purpose of the Planning pound around. Manufac- erable and plans are being made actual engagements between Spit checks uncaahed, and the negroes I INSURANCE AND.BOflj
supply go
+, Council, it was Mated, is to keep turers using sugar will also be to take care of them without causing fires and MesllOr chmits, are said claim that two were torn up.
J the farmers Informed of the many limited In the amount of sugar I suffering among their families. to be among the. most thrillingever They were sent to Ralford Wed-

changes being made In the farm which they will be able to purchase. The President has asked-for an un- filmed. nesday.M .
-
,t program, and to give them an Although the present shortage of employment appropriation of $300,* On Tuesday, Wednesday and Rowe stated that the checks HAROLD C. WALL ADEN
000.000 to make it possible to
) opportunity to discuss and present sugar in the country Is due largelyto these people $24 week during pay a Thursday the Florida ,will show I were "back checks" or "honus
their problems to the State hoarding by a small percentageof period of temporary per unemployment.It I "Louisiana Purchase," one of the checks," tor $50 each, and the

and Federal officlale.t' I our populace, there will be a decreased Is not expected that labor unions season's top smash-hit musical negroes claim that they got them Constant Service Over 50
supply this year because of will cause any trouble while comedies. Featuring a galaxy ofptarj. out of the post office box of a Yeah|
various goals
The production the difficulties of getting sugar from
this shifting of workers to defenseIs Bob Vera who left It
Including Hope, Lawtey employer
,} for the county as set up In the the Philippines and from Hawaii
taking place, since both the C.I.O. Zorina Victor Moore and Irene Please
Phone 146
and because must supply open.
farm plans for 1942 were discussed we sugar and the A. F. of L. have acceptedthe S
to of allies. Bordonl, "Louisiana Purchase" tells
our
many
Mr. and he pointed
by Dyer President's peace plan for settling
+ out that while the farmers had When rationing begins It Is proba- all problems peacefully during of gay doings in New Orleans Large Hatchery
ilil planned to meet these goals It is ble that something will be done to the war period. Under the union during the fabulous Huey Long
! force those who already have hoard. agreement, the C.I.O and A. F. of Being Established .r'
s 't to follow these :
very nccesHary up ed sugar to use up their supply beI I L. each has designated three-man era.The.
show which
original) stage
,
Dtnna In order to eet the increased -
make further
fore they can
pur: I
committee to consult with the
President 'captivated .,Broadway audiences Bradford County has a brand
production called for by the chases. Although this may DO airflcult -
defense labor .
to there on all problems.John for many months has been followed new industry-the first of Its GROWERSIf
s Secretary of Agriculture. carry out. are many I I.
L. Lewis Is believed to have I
# here who consider it important to closely preserving the same kind in the County, at least on
I lost considerable the labor
The following men were selected power on
take advantage of this opportunity l hilarious humor and the same such a large scale, says Col.! D.
' I front by his effort to Join forces You Are Not '
to serve on the Planning Using V-C
make it clear that Fertili
to hoardingdoesn't
with the A. F. of L. without consult lavish settings. The musical numbers E. Knight. V. Keys, native of
Council' for Bradford County: pay. One suggestion Is that ing Phillip Murray. C.I.O. presi- are from the of Indiana who has been in Bradford
expert
W. S. Sibley, Chairman; S. L. aU housewives be required to register dent, about'the plan. Mr. Murrayand I Irvin pen County for about 18 months, Give Them A Trial. You'll See T]
the of haveon
amount
they
Creww, Vice-Chairman sugar
; L. T. President Roosevelt spiked the Berlin.At
t hand with legal penalties set The Ritz has secured from Colonel Knight
Dyer, Secretary L. J. L. up Lewis plan and Mr. Lewis Is
; Wynn, now
the of 40)() of land Difference In Your
to cope with any false reports. Outstanding among the filmsto use acres on Crop Yield.
,
D. Green J. R. Shuford, R. E. even excluded from being one of
Asking for an end of sugar hoardIng the CI.O. committee to consult with I be seen at the Ritz Theatre the old Hampton road between
fts Hazen F. M. Jr.
Norman L. L.
Mr. Henderson said: I and Gainesville for
the President. He still has con- during the coming week is Hampton a .
Renfroe O. F. Tomllnpon, J. W. "Until the formal rationing system trol over his powerful miners group, "Rangers of Fortune" featuring Thicken: hatchery, and has It already -
Jordan, T L. Casey. F. T. AbernAthy is Instituted every user of sugar but his position in labor circles in ,Fred MacMurray Gilbert Roland, in operation
'
H D. May, Floyd Wiggins, can help the government by restricting general has been considerably I
J. A. J. McKinney., his purchase of sugar to I dimmed. and Albert Dekker. They have While he Is beginning on a
The work program committee minimum current requirements. With the new war board headed the roles of three cactus cavaliers small scale he has purchased two

'4r consists of W. S. Sibley, S. L. Retailers during this period, in by Donald Nelson now In full operation -as strangely blended and incubators capable of hatchingout
: Crews L. T. Dyer and E. A. many cases, may be expected to and making rapid strides In Impossible a trio of lovable hel- 32,000 eggs at one time Col.
restrict the amount of sugar which cutting away all barriers to maxi lions as the screen baa presentedIn Knight stated Wednesday. The
sir Klueppelburg.The can be purchased by any one con:
mum production of war equipment .
come time. This film Is described Incubators, which are run by 'i
} work of these committees sumer. Consumers can cooperate: most government officials are be- hr rtr
by living within the restrictions im- as an action epic that is electricity began operation Mon-
1* so Important at this time that coming increasingly optimistic over
,', It was decided to hold posed by his or her customary the chances of industry reaching a humdinger for adventure romance day. When la full operation, this L
meetings
''a source of supply: No patriotic citizen the President's huge production and,lusty laughs. hatchery will be one of the largest
again In the near future will shop around for sugar in goals for 1942 and 1943. The rapid in the State of Florida it is

r order to build up a hoard. Those passage of the biggest appropriation Will Investigate believed. vf
c'Sr }
Courthouse Flag"It who have stocks on hand are ad- bill in history-an appropriation 7 n
[ vised to start using them now." of $12.925.872.474 to cover the I Brooker DamageAt
; was brought to the atten- Although sugar control will be our cost of 33.000 planes.-shows that Photography ExpertForthe

tion of the Board of County Commissioners Jrst experience with ration cards congress is now doing all it can to the regular' meeting of the
," A. J, Thomas Clerk U is expected: that a similar forrn> boost the program. Ttnmnanlmuus Board of last two days Dr.
County Commissioners
rationing will follow on many products house vote of 399-0 on this meas-
Anatole former
of the Circuit Lindsay, memberof
Court, stated Tuesday Monday James Cloer was -
and that maximum price ure Indicates the determination of approved
"that the County had no I: schedules on various consumer all factions to achieve these goals. as a resident) inmate of the the International Institute of ; ( ,; r;+r rI.
flag," and they proceeded to Florida School for the Deaf and Educational Cinematography of

order one. Charlie J. Powell ,I Blind at 'St. Augustine. Mrs>, the League of Nations, has been

'c:;" erected the flag staff the first Lawteyites Feed War Honor Crews was allowed $5 per inspecting facilities of the USO-

r of the week, and Wednesday the Soldiers Jobs for GirlsGirls month from the pauper roll. I NCCS in Starke with a view toward .

Fla flag was raised without pomp or Spaghetti Upon the suggestion of the installing photographic \. 6
', ,< ceremony. "It will be displayed Clay-Bradford County Health equipment in the club. Dr. Lind-
Hospitality reached a new high
every day," Mr. Thomas said. NUtz N-. Unit, the Board by unanimousvote say is now,consultant on motion
>, at the "Y" Sunday night when
decided to adopt the Florida picture production for the USO-
' the Lawtey chapter of the Wom- State Sanitary code as relates to NCCS with headquarters. in Wash-

:If'CLASSIFIED en's Service Organization for the minimum requirements for sewage Ington.

. USO, newly formed club of which ; disposal In unsewered areas. Dr. Lindsay's work with the A. M. DARBY'S

!;" Mrs. Louis H. Hill Is chairmanfor Also upon request the Board decided USO-NCCS la supervising the set
PEANUT SKEO' -No. 1 runners. to abandon the old County ting-up of dark rooms and developing -
$1.75: per bu.-C. H. DriggersCo that town served a spaghetti graded road leading from the 'J. and printing rooms!; supplying John M. and Charles A. Darby

?) ,. Lake Butler Fla. 1-18 3t supper to more than 120 sol ; D. Bower> farm in an easterly full equipment for the ph ,to-

The Veteran Romantic Actor diers. 4 rY direction to the Clay county line graphic hobby of service men; 'T>r- Phone 77 Starke, F
+ ,
k BBWIN: SOUTHKRS ("Dean i There was not a family in1 1 z I near the Joe Griff farm. ranizatlon of photo fields; set ,

' 7' of the spoken drama)--Studio Lawtey who failed to contribute I I Deputy Sheriff's bond for Daniel -

' of Dramatic Art and stage to this feast either by helping to j : Yvebgtef Johnson, executed by .n r. '

craft. No "clasHea." Individual buy the necessary" food, or by preparing I i the Fireman's Fund Indemnity Ig4W34V$ 34eSFO/ J47"heBeer* pfrieridsh
: of
q
lessons only. Enroll any time it. The soldiers truly appreciated Co., In the amount of $1,000, was ,

Slit lessens. $3. No books or this generous and genuine ,; approved.' iThe Board approvedas
r plays to buy. Studio: over Interest shown In them on correct a list of Civil War pen- 1

1 Masonic Hall Cull St.lours;: 8 this occasion and also when a J sioners as furnished by the Pen- &

a. m. to 5 p. m. dally. Dramatic similar supper was served several sion Board of Florida.A OfnOi facts

%'i9 recitals given for "clubs"or weeks!' ago by Starke families $'r communication was received

any special function. Charges Sunday's event was preceded by II from the State Road Department

t within reason. tf the regular vesper services Indicating that an Investigationwould
ducted thla time by Chaplain con-I' be made of damages being
+ Jo'Ufi SALE -uaeii Wellington bert Pressy of Camp 'Blanding. from various colleges are done residents of Brooker by

J piano. In good condition. Cheap I The soldiers Joined heartily In now taking courses in automobile flood waters coming from Improperly
for cash Mrs P. M. Bare singing hymns when led by the mechanic: with a view to forming constructed state road
foot, Starke. l-io units of the British-American ambulance ditches and also
4t delightful soprano voice of Miss indicating that
I corps. Above see Kay
yon
TWO LARGE ROOMS-Doth fit- Catherine Young of Lawtey, with McLaughlin of Sarah Lawrence college said damaTge'would be remedied.A .
ted for light Claude Alvarex at the piano. New York, wearing a new"Jeep" .tlmtlajr report was received
housekeeping. Hot
water. Dance Saturday salt as she wrestles with a concetnng damage being done a
Mrs. G. W Brown,
Lawtey. A formal dance will be held at refractory tire. small County bridge near the
tfFOR the Packham farm on Road 28.
r armory,Saturday night sponsored -
RKNT-one 4-room, unfur- by the YMCA and the The State Welfare Board replied .

fished house with bath two JWB. All young ladles of Bradford fnman, To Run to an inquiry of the Board
rr miles east on old Green Cove County are cordially Invited relative to the old age assistance

' Springs road. See Mrs. Effie and are asked to notify the sponsors George Inraan, Bradford application of J. A. Howe, and

4t Catlln on place, or write E. R, In advance If possible to. attend County's representative In Tallahassee I stated that' funds// were not avail-

Bowers, Milliard, Fla l-6-3tp .' ,. was 'in Starke this week. able as yet for applicants in Mr.
J Howe's group; but that his case
IXJIt SALE--9xl.J He has been travelling over 15
all-wool
i UK In was being re-investigated. A
reply
i, Thieves Get Groceries In "
counties
excellent condition. Apply 815 the interests of Wood- was received from the same
West Call street. men of the World insurance.He .
agency with reference
itp Thieves visited the home of to an Increase -
will be
a candidate
for
reelection of
' Jo'OH Oliver L. Brown Starke last the amount being allowed -
near
SALE18foot)
to the 18WHEN
truck r
body Legislature in the T. B. Robinson ,
and
? with 4-foot Saturday night and took a a reInvestigation -
extension over cab. away May primary, he stated Wednes
of
Price $2:3:;. W. R. Aitken, Starke can of lard 48 pounds of flour, I day. promised. his case was also DID FLORIDA
t Amusement Park. Rome matches and 10 pounds of I
t Up Irish potatoes. The theft took .,"IYUiNia''''' mniimmiiiiMiimmuBiimmiiiiiiiuuj, ''' "fri, GROW OUT OF THE SEA ?
I '/ mm'''''' ummm' '''IU IlONlllllaelaaaaeIANIINI"IIIanIIAIIIYIIIIWIiWUaaIIN/IOIIIa I i iSTAHKE / Born of the lea and bear.
I WIWU"' '
XK
SAL K--New garden d place while the Browns iii
were I bas the marks of Neptune's handiwork in
', HAS BEEN its Ilmerock
field seeds--Pepper, Tomato, visiting at the nearby home of DESION&TED AS A
foundations
its coral and shell deposits Florida la the I
Cukes DEFENSE
and I Squash Beans, Peas, their daughter Mr. Brown and AREA
Peanuts i "land baby" of the United States at the tender of
and Corn. Cole Plant- some of his neighbors tracked ace
MI ers, Feitlllzer" Distributors, and the thief for a short distance, but .. I THAT MEANS YOU HAVE THE 4 S million year! During the remote age of its birth the

Pnrts- -at %hite'a Store, locate lost the trait at Road 13. GREEN LIGHT State was repeatedly submerged by shallow seas teeming
ed 100 yards, S, W. Starke Primary TO GO! with tiny marine animals. As the billions of minute

School building 2-6 I creatures died the lime shells that
2tp Sealed proposals will be received ---_ protected their soft

r lAl*>T, heil t'emulo hound t or by the Board of County Com- The Government Will Lend You Money To Build tone bodies hundreds sank to the ocean floor to form layer of lime "

8 months old; white on tip of missioners at the offices of the That New Home Or Remodel of feet thick. Much the same process "'4 ::
Your
a., tall and under throat: answers Board at the Courthouse at Or To Add That Present One goes on today between the Florida key and reefs _I,' 't
to name "tip. Finder write Starke until 1 P. M.. February 20, Extra Bathroom You've Been and will end in connecting them &!V ,. 2 '"

Box 623. Starke. Reward. Up fol' furnishing of all material WantingNow with the mainland. So Florida is uirv /' ,

and labor and constructing a one- This Is Where We Come In till young and still growing
\v'ANTH.UOne I 7"
; h a I'll II wagun. 1':Ory' county health and medical ,

good condition. P. 0 Box 43, center building. At this time and WE GIVE YOU BETTER PLUMBING WITHOUT BUY

w4' Lawtey, Fla. lip place all bids will be publicly EXTRA COST, H ere another great fact scarab .

FOR> SALE1936 V 3'Ford opened and read. truck good pickup Fuller, details may be found In ., The Grind ,Flavor of JAX Jet.iJJ/
; motor
nev tug and tires; the,, legal advertisement In ,this COMPLETE BATHROOM spells pleasurable relaxation and
vl ; $233; terms If wanted issue of the OUTFIT h---.I t

s Post Office Box No. 43. Up Telegraph' ONLY $100.00 enjoyment whenever and wherever .. ,

you say "Make mine JAX"! '
J,, G. Alvarez who has been for ..
e ----...._00 :Thoughtful and
several months engaged In con- care expert skill,
WANTED
struction work on the huge Du- WHY NOT USE FIIA FINANCING plus choice American materials,

h Young !Man AmbitiousFor pont powder plant at Childers- Small. Monthly Payments &''q assure you perfection of flavor in
burg. Ala., now that the plant la tfr EVERY bottle of this DRY
Let's Make A pale S
Bigger And ,
Better
Retail Store completed la taking a special City' By Putting
course In making powder at Our Shoulders To The Wheel gold sparkling Drink of Friend-

(;ood Opportunity for One Charleston, rnd. When fee fin i : "Don't 'Forget Pearl Harbor" shi '. Prove this fact with a bottle V

Who Is Willing ishes this course about Feb. 13, i of JAX today .-

r To Apply Himself he which will he be helped employed build.at the plant : J. Francis Duguid Inc. { TIE JAX BREWIRB COMPAIYJACKSONVILLE. BE E R I

A :airs. Alvarez who has been In FLORIDA
State QualificationsIlox the office of the construction ,

ISM company it now working in the I. 1\1. F. (Mark) Bostick, Mgr. ,
Tune in The
Starke office of the powder plant. They Phone 118 Starke Florida KURN KOBBlERS.WMBR'

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