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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: March 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>.
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ling to P. T, Piety of i According to Tax Assessor E. If the City of Starke wlU agree' ; ;

lllle. constructing engine !W. Hayes, the new t a x lawspassed to extend light and water faculties. .
_. New Doctor ArrivesAt
the 1941 Florida I
Works by Legislature It Is possible that CO of the

ke Defense Public (which "are by far the best Pictured above 'Is the artist' conception of Blasting Grater. the "complete community under one Health Clinic 100 bOURN FHA proponew to build

fense projects. Involving tax laws we have) ever had") say roof,",which .Is now nearing completion on east Call fctreot, where the new highway from Camp BIding _- in the Starke-Blandlng area, will *

dlture of $389,460: will 'that each and every person owning will Join the city paving. Involving an Investment exceeding 150,000' the building will be ready Dr. :M. J. Ford the new Director be constructed on the W A. Bea-
In Starke within property shall under oath file 0 f the Bradford-Clay sent 2O-acre tract of land a quarter
greu for occupancy around March It, and some t.enaa'are, already making preparation to move In. Klab-
with the tax assessor between Health Unit, who came to Starke of a mile east of the elty ,
I ten days. January 1 and April 1 of each orate opening ceremonies will be held around April I. The Center will contain the new Orange HIM yesterday to fill the vacancy limits on new Defense Highway

Of. Knope, Ocala contract year' a full and complete list of Lines depot and it U stated that 18 buses will be In operation ,between Starke and the Camp by April made by the transfer of Dr. B. H. 261.

I already been notified addl-to all property owned by.. him and I Boone. was erected by a clipping This announcement was made

with the 1142.800 Brad- the value of same." from a Richmond, Virginia! paper following a visit here Wednesday :

improvements*:* 4W. :Mr. Hayes also staled that all 1.Native sent him by his father, contain by M. M. 1'arrltth, State F. H. A. '

\ school.: ; merchants and various, kinds of/ Starkeite Replies To Morehouse ing an account of his death. administrator, and other F. H. A.

C. H.: Cook. .* ,Co., justness must furnish complete He was formeny on the Coast officials They seemed favorably

Vista Oa., contractors, Inventory (stock and fixtures) as Booms booms Guard cutter Alexander Hamilton : impressed with the topography of

fen given the green light of January 1, or if a new business may come and which was torpedoed off the Ice- the site and will be notified today

148,960 water work pro- opened after January 1, then the Apollo Choir may go-but loyal sons and BBS Faculty land coast last week, and It was of the city's decision: In the

rch material Is on the Inventory must be of March 1. daughters of Starke are loyal supposed that he waa on board, matter

[and work will begin at "Mr. Hayes; stated that he had forever! ; when as a matter of fact, he was Mr. ParriBh stated that he had ,

advertised for two weeks In the Sings TonightA One of these-Miriam Frazee Named By BoardThe last on the ship six months ago previously favored placing the entire '.
[contract was executed Telegraph and, In accordance with In Bermuda. waters. Like Mark 100 houses near Klngsley \
the Belcher-whose birth p I lace IB Twain ,he felt that the report of "*.
week between
I of this his advertisement had made the Lake, but that he would consider ,
County Commissioner rounds of the precincts, and could rare musical treat la offered Stat'ke and who now lives at Gar- County Board of Public his death had been greatly ex- building a portion of them In ',*

,Jc N. Haaiow. Jackson not make them again. In spiteof free to civilians and soldiers tonight rlson-on-Hudaon, (N. Y., wrote a Instruction In regular session aggerated. Starke If desirable locations could >II|>

> the immediate construci the fact that only a little more (Friday) when the famous spirited reply to the Ward More- Monday mooting; elected BHS Or. Ford a B. A. and M. D. be found at a reasonable price. .v

i $33,000 Health Center than three weeka remain until Apollo Boys' Choir will be heardIn house article on Starke., which teachers fore the 1942-43 school graduate of the University of When the matter was! brought .*

[ county. Notice to pro April 1, and in spite of the fact concert at the new USO build term. A list of the faculty, all Virginia at Charlottesvlle. cameto up at the City Council Tuesday

be mailed within a few that he. made the rounds of the ing beginning at 8 o'clock. appeared recently In the New of whom are teaching here thl. Starke from the United State night Berry Johns, utility superintendent -

Piety stated Tuesday. precincts according to schedule a* This unusual opportunity Is beIng ,York Sun and was reprinted In year, follows: Health Service In the Kscumbla estimated.that the cost 1' .

Let and plans for the $35- advertised, one-third of the prop- made posMble- through the interest i!last week's issue of the Telegraph Mrs. Gladys Christopher, Miss County Health Department at of the pipe alone would be at
in
Mrs. Belcher' letter appeared Pensacola. where he had charge
> station are now being erty-owners have yet to file their of The Ven. Fred Terkes, Madge Middleton, Mrs. J, W. least 3OOO.. and that it would
the Sun's Issue of" February 26 as of Venereal Disease Control. He
and work on It will also tax returns. rector of St. Mark's Episcopal *" Brownlee, Mrs. Evelyn Hitch, Mrs. cost more than that amount to
follows: received his M. D. degree In 1939
fihortly, It was said. Mr. Hayes made it clear that Church, and the' cooperation of Ernestine McRae. Mlaa Dorothy interned at Marine Hospital, Baltimore lay It." "There Is no profit in

the new law forbids him to accept various local organizations and BLUE HOSPITALITY Swanbom. Miss Willie Mae Hln- Md. and has worked water was the concensus of 't.

any tax returns after April individuals who are underwriting Where It Exist andre It son, Minn Lucile Kennedy, Mrs. and down the, Atlantic seaboard up opinion.As .

e Cleanerssw 1, and that he himself would haveto .' the expense in order that the concert Is Not To lie Found Verna Ucmorcst, Miss Faye Petei since entering public health work. to lights, the city agreed to

assess the property and extend might be offered free to the The son Mrs. Oipha Ingwaldnon, Mrs. furnish power for the project "1f
I' To The Editor of Sun-
the taxes on the property of all public. Delle Dowllng Mrs Bonnie Bur they can't get it elsewhere" referring

Home who failed to get them in by that The Apollo Chor Is nonsectarian Sir: the Ward Morehouse nett Mrs. Grace Walnwrlght, A. 74 especially to the R. E. A. 1

time. Not only that, but the law non-denominational and Concerning article In dated W. Bate Milts Ruby Lilley, Mrs. RegisterIn lines and the Florida Power Ac
your paper Leola Roberts, Mrs. Edna Prevail Light Company lIne nearby. '
also provides that the Tax COllector non-profiting. It was foundedfor from Starke slorlda, February '
and has Mrs. Ethel Biggs Mr. Edna However, after Wednesday's visit
tarke Dry Cleaners Is compelled to penalize all educational purposes and 18 Southern IN
: hospitality Hart Mrs Lucile Brown Mrs. PrecinctsRegistration of the F. H. A. officials,
the high
r moved Monday and Tues- delinquents 10 percent over and no means of support except not to be found In 11ft Italian ,
Kate Sheppard Mrs. Eunice Bearing Mayor N. D. Wainwright Jr., and i
of friends
above that assessed by the Assessor unsolicited donations
the beer G restaurant,
its new quarters on Joint a
Miss Phyllis Leonard Mrs Council Chairman L. A. Canova
and proceeds from concerts. Its
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nlckle In books of James
[ of Court and, Jefferson 24 members in from 9 or by putting a a Eva Anderson, Paul V. Parks decided to get an accurate estimate ',
One other point was brought range age box of '
Juke or by having! your Hollingttworth, supervisor registration
Mrs. Ruby Mae Perkins Melvin of the cost of running ;
erect
The bulding'just
out Wednesday by MX.: Hayes, to 14 years. picture taken ln'a while-U-walt for the County, were .
Futch, Miss Evelyn Stump. The water and lights out to the '
ntractora R. H. Mathe .& namely that if everybody' waited In the past two years the choir booth Nor Is It{found In smell moved Monday from the various' property I'I
PrIncipal E. L. Williams, was reelected together with the revenue to
[Lex Green, is commodious until the last minute to.file. his has given concerts In 23 states hotels run by persons who were In a previous meeting piecmcts 'to the supervisor's office be derived threfrom.The .
tax 'returns, It.would be, an utterImpoaahllity and has made two appearances not bom In the South; nor IM It In the Courthouse. Accord
venlentjn} every, respect> -- before President aDd' Mrs. Roosevelt At the same meeting. Mrs Cleo Federal Housing Authorityhas
-for bin to get the to be found, id the faces of ing to Mr. Hollingsworth 74
I.t equipped ,for laundry: work done. .... .hav. had to Andrews was elected as an additional had, to noon manifested unusual interest 1 It i M
If. ... trade people wttq .. persons registered I
n'-I ,
: .. r la Starke, Inanmuch as.this Is the
) for the New River : :
I' teacher
-.. ,. 1":' '''''''' fII: ';' The organisations which are learn to watch elJl.ou..tomrt-s Wednesday third visit Mr. 'Parriab"bas math i:. .1 I f I

enaions of the building New making the appearance here possible so that all their stock, will not Elementary ,School } The books will 'be"bpen In the.
EquipmentAt here within. ten days After his ,
70; the "workshop" being are the St. Mark's Choir, be pilfered. supervisor's office from 9 A. M. to!
first visit 0 n Monday, of last
size, while well-equipped Roberta Motors the Methodist Choir, thft. Baptist However, Mr. Morelioiwe'n ap- New ManagerFor 12 M. and from 2 to''I 8 P. M. week, a petition was circulated

I with corner entrance is Choir, the Presbyterian Choir, the proach .h amuHlng. I do believe Power every day until April 18. by Bob Satterfield, secretary of

ably "manned" by Mrs The J. P. Roberta Motors has Episcopal Choirs of Melrose! and that I shall dash down to a CompanyCharlie New registrants thus far. are: the Chamber of Commerce kIng -

Ryan and Miss Irene recently Installed a modern device Waldo, the YMCA-USO, the Jew Lawtey-Thelma Camp Benjamin I.;'
More MacdouKal
on
grocery Moore, who has been that the 100 houses which had J
Junlus Smith is the pro- I for checking automobile ish welfare Board the NCCS the street and find out all about local manager 0 f the Florida Camp, Bennett F. Jack- been allocated to this area be f
wheel alignment. "We have had Club, the Woman's Club son, Lucrella S. Jackson, Lonnie
Rotary New York I I
honpltalltyi or Power & Light Company since It placed In or near Starke. This ,
this device for two weeks about and the U. D. C. W. Page, Emma: rage Wllllam
rdlng to H. A. might visit dhootlngi gallery
Snyder, a established offices here last May, petition was signed by 207 of ,
fcr, there are 17 garmentseven 50 people have seen It, and" have on Sixth avenuu and be amazed was inducted Into the Army at E. I'lummcr Sturke's leading citizens, including "

for the dry clean-: complimented it highly, Mr. Mrs. Bonita Jones If the proprietor doe not Camp Blending yesterday. Tues North Starke -- L. M. Barton city and county officials, and

artment and 10 for the Roberts stated Tuesday. rush up with a julep In one day lie left for his home at Monti- Gertie Barton William K. Booth, was presented to Mr. Parrlah upon

r. The place Is equipped "You don't have to guess what's Buried Here hand and an Invitation from lilM cello for a brief visit before! going N. F. Crosby, Merton F. Clark his return to Starke last Friday -

I"new return system boiler, wrong with your tires when they wife to dinner In the other. into the service. E. L. Crawford W. T. Clute. It. ,
Funeral services for Mrs. Bo A. Carlton, T. I* Deloach Mrs.
} gives better speed and are tested with this machine, he Had Mr. Morehouxe
85: mother of De- Just stepped Having been here but a few
nita E. Jones. I Rosa! Deloach Oscar Davis, E. A
said. tells what Is ,
"It
production: Mr. Snyder you wrong the street and talked
I and mechanics Witt C. Jones, whose death occurred across months he had already won his Green Mildred C. HOllingsworth, Work StartedOn
experienced
Tuesday. our In New Orleans La., last to Miss Eraklne, one of those way into the hearts of many Irvin Mosley, G. B. Stanley Mrs.
the situation. Your tires Wilson Home
remedy In of the U. S. 0. he
,
new employes have been conductedat charge Starke citizens, taking an InterestIn
Saturday night were G. B. Stanley, Carol White. !,
free he ,
checked
,
[ bringing the total to 20 are absolutely the Jones Funeral Home at S might have learned a little civic matters as well as beingan South Starke-B. J. Dahmer, Foundation has already been '

I. The laundry proper will said.This new device is a miper-ac- P. M. Tuesday the Rev. G. C. about Southern hospitality. I efficient manager for his Com Ethel S. Grono Wm. F. Glover Had on the corner of Call and
Monday, so that patron. of the local Meth- saw boys and girlt and soldiers pany.H. Isidore Lecln Joe
beam method and Is Powell, pastor W. A. Gay, Westmoreland streets In 1. A.
\ longer have to send their curate light odist Church officiating. Inter In there Christmas week M. Fairbanks! of Miami, who Martinez, K. V. Platt, Jos. F Davis' Plnehurst 'subdivision for a,
Magnaliner.
out of town.. Two trucks called the "Thompson stringing popcorn, yard and has been with the Company since
ment was in Crosby Lake Ceme Rabeck Josephine Rabeck Isaac
." There Is absolutely no new residence for Mr, and Mrs.Jos. .
of It to decorate the
yards
,
operated. 1926, has assumed the
manage- Williamson, B. I). Livingston.
drive E. Wilson. The house will
You
Mathe guess-work. simply tery.Mrs. beautiful pine tree. I saw themdanelal' ment of the office here. He lea .
& Son are repalr- your car to the designated spot. Jones, a native of Starke, and Graham-none, have four rooms and bath, and 1
I afternoons e*enIngs. Legionnaire, and Is at
painting the old location the front was the daughter of the late Captain living Hampton-Everett Blums P. L. will be of concrete constructionthroughout '
There two charts at
are Southern
II I I saw hoctpltttllty. the home of Mr and Mrs. L. A.
street and around Carl L. Brown, Carlton
April Bugg
and one on either aider The device John C. Rlcharde and Mary according to J. M.
lbert Weinstein who released -I Is properly placed in relation Morgan Rlcharde. She was mar Davis. Chastain, Ella Mae Chastain, FredD. Edwards, with the Bradford

I the building from. to car, the light beamsare ried In 1876 at Starke to Newton Miriam Frazee lecher Elland Metta Eiland William Engineering Company contrac

-een through W. T. Clute,! turned your on and immediatelyyour J. Jones, but has lived for the Garriton-on-IIudxon, February County Agent Hardy Douglas Hardy, Mrs. F. tors.

will\ open a Jewelry and car troubles are diagnosedso past 15: years in New Orleans. 23. J. Haynes, Mrs. J. W. Math, "It will be fire-proof, damp-
Needs Tires
Store In the apace. that the doctor-mechanic knows Survivors include her son, a James Onard Parker John H. proof and termite-proof." Mr. Edwards -

just exactly how to proceed.It brother Dr. J. C. Rlcharde, of Another House At the regular meeting of the Parker, Mrs W. E. Rhoden, :Mrs. stated. It will have asphalt

Is Quartersus shows up any irregularity In Miami, two sisters Mrs. C. E. of Commissionerslast i Easter: Rivers Samuel W. Russell tile floors and asbestos roof, and
For Board County
your camber base, king pin slant, Llpford, of Green Cove Springs, KemperThe Monday, Mandy Grlffls was 1 Raymond R. Slade, W E. Town- the contract price Is 3000.
EmployesConway A. D. Williamson of send Nora Townsend, Flake E. This is the third house In
Mrs.
and
process
in both
radius toe !
or ,
turning for 5
roll
Bradford Engineering Com put on the pauper $ per Watson Ella M. Watson L. V. of
erection In this new subdivision -
Bradenton.
is killing three front and rear tires. Your wheels pany is erecting three houses at month, and Ruth James and Banle Williamson Allle M. Williamson, the other two being
can be balanced and your steering this time. The first Is the one Molt had their applications for
Mildred Wil!
birds W Willlamuon
with one stone! He .W. FHA model houses erected by
I quickly checked while you Mrs. McCord At Bank ;that J. M. Edwards I Is buildingfor widow's pensions approved. liamson. .
a
ping ceiling on.the rent. Mr. Davis himself. .
wait. himself at the of Jef- Bond of C. A. Knight as tax
corner
mo rent himself and Business of the Florida Bankat TZreresea-D. I.. Raley.
pro- ferson and Bay streets) The sec. collector In the amount of $10-
a Place for his to Starke is steadily on the in New River-none.
"boys"
AIR' CONDITIONINGFOR crease. While'it is true that Sidney .ond Is that which they are bulld- 000, executed by the Maryland Brooker-James R. Kndlcott, J. Kelly Asks Re-election

THEATRE .ing'for. Joe Wilson in the new Casualty Co., as surety was ap
PARK
(number of Shuford was Inducted into .1. W. Kelly Charles H. Layfield, O. C. Kelly Incumbent member
who
young men at Blanding February \ Pinch urat subdivision. proved. Frank R. Polk, Allle Rae Polk
for him the army Camp of the Bradford County School
at the Union of approximately -
Bus At an expenditure Agent, L. T.. Dyer, ad-
County
on moderate of 24, the bank has taken on 1 They are also going to build at Mildred Robinson, Morgan Tllgh- Board, stated this week that ,he
salaries la the management
on $8,000, under thepresent
that
vised the Board
T. L. once a 4-room house for Tom Mrs. Morgan Tll ftbman,
recently. man,
pease, two bookkeepers will be a candidate) for re-election:
and finding it Theatre Is in the
moat the Park
process tire rationing regulationshe .
t to obtain Hamper about three or four Kemper. which will be erected on Theodore Tyler, Bart J. Waters, In the May primaries Mr. Kelly
places for them of installing a 100 percent the west side of Church street between had been placed In Class B. Minnie Mrs. Bart Waters
Y. he months ago and Mrs. T. M. Mc- Wilson Is just concluding: his first termon
Insulation
nt. -
grasped
opportunity air-conditioning pIa which means that he would be
Jackson and 7th streets, J. Russell. Wilson.
> forelock cord only three weeks ago. the board and stated that be
and Is has already
building a of the building able to secure tires only under '
)(. Edwards announced Tuesday.
for hopes the voters will be as
them right there on the been completed W. N. Carnation, If he continuedto generous
y. and Woman's Club To Meet Like the others, this residencewill \ great: difficulty. YWCA Here Soon In their support this time a* I
manager, stated Wednesday, tw of concrete construction vaccinate hogs, he stated, he
they were in the last election.
house Is of frame construc- next week actual drilling on a100foot Next Wednesday! throughout. It will be next door would nece.arUy'wear: out a Miss Charlie Mae Carter ex-

6)(16) feet and will consist () 4-inch well will be begun The Woman's Club will 'meet to where Mr. and Mrs. Kemper great many tire. which he wouldbe ecutive secretary of the YWCA

small bed rooms, a kitchen Wednesday afternoon at 8:30 o' are,now living/ unable to replace.Mr. (USO) which Is! soon to be established District W.O.W. MeetingThe

tho It any of the four The Florida Weathermaken. of clock. Annual reports wlU be given Dyer also stated that onlya In the Woman's Club northeast Florida district '.

men who will be houzed !Jacksonville, are In charge of the and officers installed forthe Dies few county agents in Florida building In Starke, has wired Miss
Robert Kite of Woodmen of World
the the
are to get their own meals I work and will install Carrier coming year. Hostesses: Mrs. L. vaccinate hogs; but that he would Evelyn Stump President of the at .
will hold Its meeting
I Is nothing to equipment, which ,Is already on be glad to continue the work if Woman's Club, that she will be regular
Prevent their H. Jennings Mrs. E. L. Williams, Robert Kite, native of Bradford 127 East street Jacksonville
The house the grounds "The Park Theatre." [ provision could be made to assist In Starke the end of this week.It Bay
will cost I Mrs. H. C. Rltch. Mrs. Earl Sear- County, died at 2 P. M. Wednesday March: 10, at 7:30: P..IL. Lacy:
r 1300 Mr. said Mr. Carnation "already has him In replacing tires and other announced that
was formerly
Conway stated Ing. Mrs. D. E. Knight. :Miss Ar- at the home of a son Buck COnway secretary, that all
y. heating plant as may worn-out In his automobile. YWCA would be In operationby urges
as good a line Mann. Mrs. W. B. Mundy. Kite, near Starke at the age of parts the members of the local organization
be found; but this new alr
\\Monticello Theatre ditioning plant 1* wholly automatic Chief of Police-A. I AI- months. Funeral services' ..and to contact the tire ration working women, wives of soldiers attend the meeting.

for both summer and winter The burial will be at the Crosby Lake ing board and request a preference and other women; but there has
In deed
owners of the Park The- to any degree of temperature varei -now truth has! He an office.will be there cemetery at 4 P. U. today, the rating for Mr. Dyer in this been a slight delay, and no doubt I Billy Noegel Injured.
W. N. Carnation desired. The Park will be both and In of work.A Miss Carter will make definite
rato&-have and Sam from 9 A. M. to 5 P. M., he stated Rev. A. E. Llghtfoot pastor received from Dr. week. I Billy Noegel Is In the Atachva:
letter this
Purchased the healthful and comfortable. Church offici was plans here
the Starke Baptist ,
It Is In the Mayor'aoffice Gainesville as a
Hospital ,
Ine Monday. Director of the County ,
Theatre Bert R. Boone :
in Montlcello, IChurch the Is 21. ating. Arrangements are in the of bullet wounds receivedIn
telephone
and result
to the
they Health unit
i Mrs took Stratoa over March 1. of God On the door of the office-first hands of the DeWitt C. Jones Clay-Bradford effect that he had been orderedto Pistol Toter Fined I the leg shortly after midnight' '

have rented the left at the City Hall Funeral Home. arrested Wednesday night. It is understood ,
Church Klllingsworth door to the U. S. Coast Guard Train- Jacob Garrett was by!
K.
street home and The Rev. J. He is survived by six: sons anda
and Thompson his condition Is not .f
that
Jefferson
ed to Monticello announces that a district meetingof corner Buck Ing Barracks at Curtis Bay Md. police Sunday night for "pistol ,
where t her e are two titles daughter Perry Kite released ISO: serious. Neither the name of his
tratos has of God will be held streets,- But he advised that a suitable toting. He was on
taken the Church Kite Kenneth Kite
I ov.r the and "Chief of Kite Solomon 1 assailant his motive for the
printed: "Mayor to take cash bond In Mayor's Court Monday nor
elllent 2022. would be appointed
of the new play near Lake Butler March Starke is really "going Harold Kite, Roy .,Kite, and Dorothy person assault was ascertained.GIt2 .
Hr. and Police. morning.
music, his place.
Carnation continues There will be good i places"-and so Is the Chief! Kite.
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,,1' bor, the Dutch at once began a carefully IN COUNTY.: "IRtll'1'FE.OHIUAI COURT. BRADFORD IN CHAN; I E.,You Washington are D. C

The Bradford County Telegraph worked out plan of attack. They understoodthat Frank CI.1Hr.It, Darblay. Plaintiff vs. I ed April Court 8th.an.1. 1942.re'llIlred In the to
Oa&4He91- Helen l Friar Polk Darblay, Defen I tiff seeks cauM8, "'h.a;;
KtttaJtlliihea" 1877 the Japanese had them on their list of: dant. Cane No. I860.ORDfent I Telegraph IIhalt diVorce IIra r
S !: PUBLICATION I In next four pUbUlh"
victims and acted
: : = =r/a accordingly.As AND NOTICE TO APPEAR I Witness. Weekly 1.-
'FLoRrnAPREsSAsSOCIA President Roosevelt has indicated STATe OF* FLOIUD.tOI Helen eenl at tltarke roy hand
I i) \\ ; -- Frier I'olk Darblay, 68 Oreenleaf Jnd.l 19U. PlUrd.Ili: ,

:\ .: NAnOKALEDITORlALASSOaAnONE. we must bend every last ounce of exertionto ANtIaor. of "How to Win Friend Street.You Are Quincy required, Maaaachusctti.. to appear on A.(OFl"ICIAI 5 Clerk of, SEAL A. I'.

I 19.41 equip our forces to take the offensive April th., 1942. In the above named T. Prank said '
and Influence People. wherein Landrun,.
Court and oa'.ee plain AUy. for 'Ht&t
,. ._____ 1__ Editor and Owner Pif
::. '((10 E. Matthews* with a minimum of delay. As Americans tiff ueekA divorce. Bradford CountyTelegraph
khall publlnh this Orderin
; t-j! -- --- -- -SUBSCIUPTION- --- KATE-- -- begin to grasp the fact that our whole I next four weekly |MBU.... IN' CIR'tTIT -( -
hand and official 'Ol'ft1'
L : WltneKH my '
; ; 'OIJ'II'ry D.
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!' 4 Yearly, ,..13: Six: MonUw, ,1.00- Anglo-Saxon civilization rests on this war, Heal at 87th.Ktarke.' 1942.Florida, thIs February CIUty. I"LOlllO'\1 l I.

r ; :f.j r; II' __ ------ they will double and re-double their effortsto (OFFICIAl. 81CAL) A. J. Thomas s-al John Frances AUlru""n.1\f. P&yn5., '! '

,, &1/''f rBbUithed Weekly on Friday and Entered *a Sec- make production count-not merely in MAKE TIlE MINUTES COUNT T.K Frank Clerk of Landrum said Court., fcitarke a4t, Florida I Ca.e ORUEn No. 1870. l'ayn" lit!
0\1'
\\f cud Clam Matter at the Post Office at SUrke Fla.eB 1943, but at once. When Theodore Roosevelt was In the White House, he Atty. for Plf.cinrriT. 8 AND rATE NOTICE OF pt'nLlrA"
BO"* """"""" ""'""""" **" i B "* / !
I astonished people by the number of things he got done. IN COURT. BR %IJPOIKI.OH1UAI ) Ala'f"tln.: I'sy FLOH/DA", I
? ; }. L' S. Must Produce Now- Rarely did a week pass that the newspapers did not tell 01'11'1'11'' IN CHANLillian : You Portia

.' foI, (:, :: Not Wait Until ion, Nelson Says Silence Is More Than Golden. of some new and almost unheard of feat. I think what ('FoRY.Ordmnndy TIMen, Plaintiff April 6Ih.ar.. un.required j In the 10 I

j... i: A clarion call to the nation was sound- In Waging This JVar surprised me most was this: he went each day at a certain V..'. Charles W. Tllden. Defendant.Cfc"ounkK6oK tiff 8'l Court seeks and dIvorce VRU... wha,1''liIo,
't\t time to the White House barber. While the barber was PUBLICATION Telegraph shall JlrftdrOQj
The of oil
president a large "UbUlh
ed Monday right by Donald Nelson, head of company ANO NOTICE TO AFPBAK In i il.v next four Ik,
!l I ? recently made statement to his working on him, and when his face was drifted as deep STATE OF FLORIDA to: Charles Witness. rny Weekly hand I.au,.
'i 1i-6; ;: .: War Production, to realize that what we a employes with white as Santa Claus', he held conferences. Now W. Tllden It Mill Htreet' York.Hunting M"al 2nd. at 19U.t-1tarke, }o'lorlaalk.an
Inland. New .
J is than what which is worthy of the widest possible at the when the barber sat him in the ton. Long required (OF.-ICIAI.
I !: do now vastly more important comes surprise: up You are to appear on SEAL) A.

., we hope to do a year from now. Mr. Nelson tention.He. chair, and the shave was over, Teddy leaped out and April Court 8th.and, 1942.cauite lathe, wherein above plain-named A.Clla"5 Clerk It ot.1t'"H said, l'ollrt. 1C.I:

said : "One of he most importantways seized a towel and washed his own face. tiff Keeka. divorce and Custody of Atty fur Pif Jack.onl't
and 1942
'I March May
that April
: t emphasizes Children. Bradford County Telerranh -
One day someone asked him why he did that. "Why, -
of contributing to success in the war ahAll nilhllfth thllt Order In -
-
I, / vital! in checking the Axis. ; '
; are I save half a minute a day! he said. next four weekly IHSUOH.WltneH I cinrriT ('OIItT.
I
f"I t. It is admitted that production plans for is to protect the Army and Navy by refraining How important! Not that mere saving of thirty seconds seal at I *tarke my. hand Florida and this official February I C..Jlty.rorvrv.Runhun' "'LOIIIIJ.\1.R'1 I I

of the from discussing their activities." but the realization of the value of the desireto 27th., 154!. M. Ivs
in front time l'halnlltt
-4 1943 will put us away out ; (OFFICIAL SISAL) A. J. Thomftw", I Ive... Detendn1, "
"
Axis, but, says Mr. Nelson, Germany and He pointed out that where the company accomplish everything humanly possible in a day; the An Clerk of saId Court. 34t 8-27 I I vv ',OHnEn 01"" PI'III.lrA"('aMe k. _
T. Frank Ijindrum, "Btarke' Florida. ANU NOTICE
employes (this with knowledge that once time is gone, it is eternally gone. I To Al'Pt
i4r; Japan are also fully aware of this fact and applies equal force to Atty. for Plf. I STATE 010' Jo'LOIUDA"
; Many men who accomplish things in this world, accom- vlriTnla.32U Aven ,
the employes of ) in contact I ; ..I
1''I'I, they are straining every nerve and muscle any company are plish them in part on time that others would waste.I iv cinrriT cornr. nn.\i>Koni> I You are required

_1 '!1 l to win the war in 1942. Americans, he ar1t with our armed forces, they should went to Brooklyn to interview a man 70 years old; a ('ol'\j'r1'''':In'. FL.OHII1AI IS (.1I4N-I I e April< Court 6th.. 194 cauie the 10'b',,
and
keep all information acquired to themselves. Ualll'u singleton, Pta I intif?. VH. I "'h.,.
gues, feeling that 1943! will see our huge man who had gone to work in a coal mine in England Grace Oault Singleton Defendant. I tiff week divorce. Dradto"( "

: realized have not awakened "Don't even tell your friends. A casual comment when he was seven years old, and who worked in a coal Case No. 1868 I Telegraph'In next four shall "bUMh lbio
1t production plans I Weekly ,
itt ORDER OF PUBLICATIONANF iia"... _
about the movement of iiaval mine until he was 21. Then he raised himself to be one of NOTICR TO APPJBAR8TATR Witness rny hllnd, .nd
it is ships, or I at
as yet to the stark reality that now sal tllarke, l"ioridg..
;\, the most important spiritual leaders in all the world. His : OF FLOIUDA to: Orace 1942. Ibis
week this month next week and merchant, or about the movement of troops, Oault Singleton whone residence In: (:OFI'ZC1AL
name: Dr. S. Parkes Cadman. }[tout. No.4. Ilox 8, Union, Houth Clerk SEAL) A. I.
of
next month-that we must put forth our might be of great value to the enemy and This was a typical day for him: dictated 20 letters;' Carolina. I W. T. Matfo said JSckuonvlll Court 1.1t
to I .
t. required appear on !
;: "I'this maximum efforts to increase production and lead to a disaster. Military authorities are wrote 1,200 words for a newspaper column; prepared a .A,fCourt J.. U6t':.., 1042. in the above nam I Atty. for .1'lf.

checkmate the Axis. pleading that the public refrain from gossip sermon; worked on a book he had underway; made halfa seeks and divorce.caulleLwh.reln Bradford County.plaIntiff -
.,tl'] ". dozen church calls-and read a book completely through. Telegraph shall publish this Order l.v riiirriT ('CI ItT. DR
and the spreading of rumors. In next four weekly issues. COtiN'I"I"LOIIIIJ.' .\,
since Pearl IS
: The succession of defeats
.'((1!,. ( Yes, that was just one day's work. Witness. my hand and official .fanes('Mit; 1'. .

'i\.1,1t\ .: Harbor have not been due entirely to our "We have a most serious duty. 'Servein I asked him how he accomplished it. seal at Htarko. Florida, this Feb. Va. Norma JQ. Urumbltch Hlnnant, Jr.,
ruary 3Sth.t 1942. Iii,,,,,
',*f.:'i:, lack of physical preparation, but also to our silence.' Don't reveal military informa- "By taking care of the minutes," he said. ((OFFICIAL SIcAtA.. J. Thomas fendant OItUEH Case No. 1873.
VH Clerk of 3-8 4t 3-27 0\1' I'PULICA'I.
mild Court.
'; i\o' mental attitude. We have thought in terms tion." And that is something we can all do. And the time to John J. Hendernon. St. Aua-.u.tlne,1 ANO NOTICE TO APP
., start is today; tonight; now. .'10.. Atty. for Plf.ix STATE OK FLORIDA 10.
) ) of defense. We have surfeited ourselves Each and every citizen can perform a I I donee Orumbach is, 223 Hlnnant Detroit, Aveml Sha

: Y.t with the notion that it was time enough to valuable service for our armed forces as well ciitfriT rorfiT. BHAHFOHDCOUNTY. :I. dalk, Maryland.
You
Pl.OHIUAl IV fllANCKIIV. are required
., ./ get busy when the enemy came to our as the people at home, by following this Letter 'Box reader as being a snippy one, but" ; ( April 8th., 1942. In thi.8. ?,,,
L.I
;.. I intend only to' convey my disgust C. Louliie Smyth Plaintiff, vs. .d Court and cause, ...h..II.I ?.
: Jt shores. True it is, that Pearl Harbor arousrrj'f sound advice. I rather than to be insulting.So Shako Smyth. Defendant. Case No. ,I tiff seeks. divorce. Bradford! ',
: I j Telegraph shall publlHh;
; *; ed us to a sense of unity and the realization Camp BlundlngFla.. what say we get together in 1554.onnlca OF PUBLICATION 1" next four weekly l,,u tbi.i

I.... of the size of our task, yet for many, Pearl 'Walking Will Soon Be I March 1. 1942 this matter? It's as vital a phase, STATE ANt NOTICE OF FLORIDA TO APPEAR to I L. I' seal Witness* "' *itark my, Florida hand and I 111II
J'' An Open letter to the Editor albeit a small one, of national make. Hmyth whose residence l In; 3rd.. 1942.OFFICIAL.
harbor only increased the feeling that we A Popular American Sport And the Bus Company : defense, as any other thing: which lion.248 Quartermaster Camp: Shelby.: MlimlnHlppl.Hervlce Batta An( Clerk of SEAL Sal l Court.) A. Mil Ill

i 'frifJ; must increase our defenses. The importance Civilians who believe the artificial Being unaware of whereto I requires that Americans pull to- You are required to appear on WaybrlKht A Wnybrlnht, is
rub- 6th., IB42 in the above vllle, Fla. AU,. for .
Yea April named I'll.SN
gether. gentlemen, we soldiers -
': of offense as the best defense has not been ber program will provide the nation write to the bus company directly, Court and cause, wherein. plaintiff -
with and in order to make public this had much rather pull together seeks divorce. Bradford County
R''Wt",; sufficiently grasped by our people. tires than Telegraph shall publish thin Order rinruiT EerilY uni
are probably victims of wishful think- to "push as has
I (
complaint, am using this meane III n.xt four weekly immea. :'Olfl\o'I'Y! FLOHIUti
Prime Minister Winston Churchill, in a ing. Best guess is that there will be of registering my disgust with been the need thus far. So whatever \\ itneH my hand and official AtiHbel c bit Y. i

:'f' : recent radio 'address, indicated that the fall .civilian rubber whatsoever for the no the bus service ,afforded the sol you can do will be very much neal at 27th.Starke: 1942., Florida, this February aid C. Slatttry Hlattery: ,Defendant.Plaintiff Cul II

: durationof diers of Camp Bland]ng. appreciated.A : (OFFICIAL SISAL) A. J. ThomaS 187 4* __ _
of Singapore and Hongkong, as well as the the war-all that be AH Clerk of said Court. 3-6 4t s-al, tmnjsn OF prBurATMi
can made constructive
;J.J.J or pro- After making two attempt to more criticism, Ueralil R. Hart, Jacksonville, Fla. AND NOTICE TO APP&&O,
li prolonged attack on the Philippines, result duced wilLbe needed for military purposes. get on the bus-one at Camp and perhaps, might be the mention of' Atty. for Plf. 1 C.STATE HIattery! OF, whose FLORIDA ronld.n.to: i i
]
'j4l f ed, in, part, from the severe blow( dealt our It is forecast that thirty-five per cent the other on the return-I know 'the road deplorable between condition of the ix cntcrrr: ;;;;;;.. DII.un'OItU West York. 147th. "''lreet, New Tort IVo'u

fleet and air force at Pearl Harbor. how the lowly sardine must undoubtedly Camp Blandlng and ,
/ of America's COI'MTY FLOHIUAt IV: ('II \- nre' required to ippwl
cars will be off the roads in a Starke. It is hardly conducive to CKHV.Carol .
feel In his tiny can. April 6th., 1942 In the atanf
; Apparently only the Netherlands East year-and that two-thirds will be TWe only difference that conservation of rubber and vehicles U. Dratfleld, Plaintiff. va. ed. Court and cause, whertli*
through being Leo Robert Dratfleld. Defendant. lift seeks divorce. IlradfortO.
1 Indies were not caught napping. They had in two or three years. THAT poor fish is mercifully to force traffic over such Cane No. 1557.ORDllIt Telegraph shall publish ttlili
killed miserable surfaces.. Every life OF PUBLICATION In next four weekly I Il/JIu.
before
to the limit his
prepared tin-can
of their con- _
resources. Better start AND NOTICE TO APPEAR Witness my hand and f
1 learning to walk again Mr. lost on Road 4Srand( there have
the finement.So STATE OF FLORIDA to: Leo seal at Utarke, Florida. Ibu I
;;DI From, day of the attack on, Pearl Har-. and Mrs. America! been plenty in the past 18 Robert Dratfleld whose resIdence Srd., 1942.OFFICIAL.
what is the ? IN City of Schenectady
difficulty : County of ( SEAIA.. J 1
Does It requirethe extra bus months) means Just one less man Ki-honeutady, and, 'State of New An Clerk nf Maid l'ourt. M I ll
HAMPTON Ing' Mr. to fight the Japs .later. Whoever York and resides at Number 78 on fiHlh' B. WII""n,":rack'/Jnvlllt,
and Mrs Floyd Crosby cott, Mrs. T.: 'W. M: a r key, Lee driver personnel to count the is responsible for this deplorable Garfield Avenue In Bald City. Atty for Plf.
Mra. SI. W. Morrow and Mr. and Mrs. Lester Crosby shekels that come in no fast that ) J.U8t'a: :r\a.e1hO"ag\; a on
Green and Mr. and Mrs. E. J. condition must surely hang his A, ., 1 : nam.Cd
Sunday afternoon. Lewis they cannOt be released to drive Court and cause, wherein plain- 1VI"CI'IT: cornr.COI'NTV. hutS
rr: STARTS NEW HOME attended church at New head in shame. Even the best tiff Heekn divorce. Bradford FLOIIIPtl 11 (at
I Vernon Slade started work on Misses Doris and Araula Crosby River Sunday. Rev. Fred Greenof the busses that, were they possessed soldier morale Is certain to suffer Telegraph. shall publish thl*County Order I. C'KHY. f
Eugene Alvarez and Jacksonville of human characteristics In next four weekly III"u8s. John Nlmmerfroh, Plalnlilt.I
Bule formerly of a severe jolting ( intended
his home no ) Antonla Nlmmtrtwhlrendnnt.
new 'last week on his would pun Witness my hand and official Karnell
property north of the Hampton I Bobby Crosby were visiting relatives Brooker, was the guest minister. undoubtedly be laughing up after a ride from Camp Blandingto Heal Itt "Mtarke Florida,. tl>l> February Cane No. 1875 I
: Christian\ at Pine Level Sunday aft Rev. and Mrs. Lahorn of Talla- their sleeves at our futile and Starke.So 7th., 1942. ORDER OFPl'BLICAWl APPBll
Church. Plana call for ANI NOTICE TO
(OFFICIAL SEAL
ridiculous ) A. 1. Thomas
ernoon.
attempts at clo
a modern nix room bungulow. hassee have recently bought a e-quar- you see, gentlemen you can Am Clerk of i said. Court. 24t 3-i7! STATE OF FLOUIIM to:All
Mr. and Mrs.\ J. N. Kelly spentthe i home from H. B. Crosby. Every ter mayhem? meet my "gripe" with a counter- Marion 11. Jennings, Jacksonville, Karnell Nlmmerfroh Plflh.rkd whonf
dence In. Vllluice of
I will Fin for Plf.IV
Atty.
NEW VOTERS KKGISTKK: : week-end In Waldo with their one welcomes them to Brooker. admit that I finally did complaint of your own to the responsible of Karlntla I '. ,4 H. B. Wiggins that fon-ln-law( and daughter Mr. Mrs. Arthur Hall of Starke get on, and suffered the trans- You are required to appwf
reports and was officials; May we both CIRCI'IT COUHT.' BRADFORD April 6th.. 1942, In the abow
.. Hampton leads in the February Mrs. L. P. Pons. visiting Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Dyal portable incarceration in a definitely be successful! COI'VTY' FLOIIIUAl IV (.'II, N. ed Court and cauHe whmlir
vertical manner, but the CKIIY.: tiff neeka. divorce. Hra.lfnrtO.
registration lot Saturday.
new voters In Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Hall of usual -Pvt. K. F. Woods. R. M. Crabill. Jr., Plaintiff. vs. Telegraph Hhall publish tlui''
'v Bradford County. A total of 25: Green Cove. Mrs. Eunice McKinney Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Green Jr., baggy kneea of my trousers Bonnie Ivey Crablll. Defendant. In next weekly Imu*
took on a completely concave RULED INDEX Cane No. 1867.ORDER eUl'm hand and if
new electors have been CARDS 3x5
recorded and Mrs. :
weN
Roy McKlnney of i shopping In Gainesville Mon- complex.My ; OF PUBLICATION seat at Starke, Florida this I
to date with a. number yet to Starke were dinner guests of Mrs. I SI per BRADFORD COUNTY AND NOTlr-R TO APPEAR 6th, 194S.OFFICIAL.
: register. Arle Brown day.E.. attitude might impress th. TKLKGHAPH. STATE OF FLORIDA to Bonnie ( SEAl A J 1 1An
and Miss Nona C. Long of LA Belle spent Ivey Crablll 311 Channlnw St.. N. Clerk of said Court. 8-1 I|
HAMPTON BKIEFB Brown Sunday. the week-end here with his family.

Mr. and Mrs Freeman Crosby Mrs. W. O. Rhimea is spending
IiLit Lynn. Hall, who has been serv
ing as relief foreman for of Rising were visiting Mr. and this week in Dukes with her sis
Southern the Mrs. C. C. Crosby Saturday night. ter Mrs. R. Dukes.
:
Railway System at
1']. O.
Dakota. Ga., haJJ been transferred Connell of New Jersey T. W. Markey and Earl Green

to Fargo, Ga. I was visiting Mr. and Mrs. C. C. were transacting business I in IIc
Crosby and family
recently. Starke
ttt Mr. and Mrs. H. n. Wiggins Tuesday.
3$4'$ pent Sunday visiting friends and Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Mott of '

relatives In Hawthoine.W I PINE LEVEL Ralford were visiting Mrs. Jim 1! -iN. ;:

# W. C. Crosby spent Sunday In By MIS. II. M. Mcllae Mott and family Sunday.

t1j Plant City where he vlalted his This community was shocked Misses Effle. and Lucy Har-

parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Cros. this morning to hear of the death graves of Lacrosse were visiting '

by and his grandmother( Mrs. W. of Mrs. W. F. Ilarnage who pas- Miss Martha Evelyn M a I' key
C. Thursday afternoon.
Crosby. sea away about midnight last

3' P. B. 11. Dudley of Jacksonville night after only a. few hours ill Remmer Thomas of Fort Ben-
l1i spent Monday afternoon with sing, Ga., spent the week-end with _
ness.We Mrs. Thomas.Mr. .
his slater, Mias Edna Dudley. are thankful for the beautiful !-. _
and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Holly and sunchlne after so much rain .1 Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Jake Keene and
and Hardy
and sons, Bob and Jinks of stormy weather. were
ir are gucsta of Foley Those in our .1 visiting Mr. and Mrs. Arthur HaU
V Mr. and Mra. H F. community who i In Starke Sunday
afternoon.
Wheelus. are ill are J. R. Hall and son
Mr. and Mrs. Guy PInholster _
Wesley R. R.
Miss! Crosby and little
Betty Jean Rhodes and children
spent of Jacksonville
eon Gerald. were
ar the week-end In Jasper! with her visiting relatives here
Mrs.
L. A. Sunday.
mother,' Mrs. J. U Crosby ana children
Rhode Mrs. Rosa PInholster
of and Mrs. O.
Rising
are
spending few
Mrs. a
Kenneth days
LaChance W.
spent Barry returned
with her home with
parents Mr.
the past week In and lira. H.
Daytona i them after
Beach. M. McRae.Mr. spending the week In

I and Mrs. Arthur McRae JacksonvUle.
SUNNY _
BROOK FARM and Mrs. H. M.
McRae ma By Mlw. Anula Crosby business! trip to Sanderson Friday
afternoon.

Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Ual lop Owen MeRae of Camp Blanding ,

c' and Mrs. Inez Kelly were shop was visiting home folks Sunday g : AFTER

ping In Gainesville Wednesday. afternoon. __
'
Mr. and Mrs.\ J. N. Kelly spent
the Collision _
i; part of lata week In Ralford with -
'; k4'' Mr. Kelly's brother-ln-luw and BROOKERBy

sister, )olr. and Mrs. Martin 1'1.... Eldon IlanlyCLTJll Comes the

Rosier. Mr. Rosier haa been very
fr 111 as the result of a stroke. I RIDGE Worry -
W. C. Ward and daughters Mrs. EX J. Hazen 'was hoatess
'? Lucille and i Thursday afternoon from four un
Joyce. the weekend I
spent
Collisions
Iii
In Crescent Ga., with Mr. and six when she entertained at can cause plentyof
Mrs. Jack Ward bridge. Mrs. R. E. Hazen won ,N.
and Buy
family. worry. Compreken-
Mrs. high and was given a chair back S'I-I. :
Minnie Brown has _
to her home here after returned Bet. sive Automobile and Collision ;- '--A

some time with her daughter spending in Late in the afternoon dainty' Insurance before it's ._At
'Sf!: Orlando. cup cakes and coffee were served
il ; to those present. too late. A
Mr and ,
Mrs. Alton
Dobba _
41 Fred Halslop were visiting and Mr. SOCIETY NOTESMr. 7 ii You sense In ice-cold Coca-Cola a thing that Is good-a pure,

't4 Dobbs brother and sister-ln-lawr.' I and Mrs. U o. Hazen and Charley E. Johns 4
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Dobbs in Lake I daughter Minnie Lou, were visitIng .- wholesome drink with the quality of genuine goodness.

r' City Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. George Barber Agency 0

Services will be held Sunday ,,111 Gainesville Sunday afternoon. Starke Florida 5' Coca-Cola delights your taste, gratifies your thirst and leaves

?r Morning and night at Corinth i Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Markey 119 East Call Street .-

9 Church.: were transacting business in Telephone ls you happily refreshed
Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Crosby and I Tampa Wednesday.

.'d rtilldrtxi of New River and Mrs. Mr.\, and Mrs. You '
L,
its OfTtIO
A. trust
VNOII
,, Al .:arl Kirby of Starke were vlait- Mrs. W. O. Rhlmes. Jimmy:Green.! Endil Jr. Repreeentlno THf TftAVCLCRS. Hartford quality STARKE AUTHORITY Of SKI COCA.COLA COMPANY Y

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i MARCH 8. 1948 COUNTY ORXPII. STARKK. FLORIDA PAOR TlmEJI

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High School Journal Good i is
WEEKLY NEWS ANALYSIS By Edward C. Wayne Neighbors



Java Defense Gains New StrengthAs

Ed ItorInchlefjone Odds And EndsDo Baldwin Games Oops!! The JuniorsThe Dutch 1
Thompson Troops Get Reinforcements;

ampus Chatter you remember when "Con- Bring Many Thrills; Juniors have "Growing

argle Mathews fuclous Says" were going around? I BHS Teams LoseThe Pains." They have finally decidedto Tanker Losses Indicate U-Boat Drive

Veima Norman Well I heard a new one the other present to the public a witty ti,? f i ia iI

nlor Class New day which I thought was a dandy clash between Bradfordand humorous play; the story of Against Eastern Petroleum Supplies I

Enos Hayes although the Confucioua Idea was Baldwin started oft with thl which is so real that it might
Special Reporters old. "Our greatest glory Is not In have happened to any of us."Terry" I
Cleo Norman never falling but In girls game. Baldwin held the /EDITOR'S) NOTE-woo ".I.n..r. m 4 U ih... .
; Umn
{ rising zpr U .
Roberts,
the tomboy who to r
every wants
time fall." Inltatlve lb..1 Ik* ..<*. ..:Ijit, aed ..! ..:...rllr .! thl I: ..*.::' :.> h.rM
Class News we throughout the game.Bradford become a lady over night she'll '
Mae Parker A grape vine runs right past made one field goal and make you hold your sides with

nlor Class News my door and I bear that a party Baldwin made eight. The final ; laughter and cry with her when JAVA: STORM :

theMe Norman was on a runner last Friday I, I Prue puts her foot In the way: ,
score was 12-22. Due t 0 the Defense Impressive And TorpedoesNot
night Yea a surprise birthday : "Prudence Darling" cream of the
Better party for Patsy Roberts with a change in the line-up and the lack I glamour girls- make a guess Following the fall of Singapore only the German- torpedoes r

ig perfect setting of moonlight and of team work Bradford showed which one of our charming maidsIs walling women many of them carrying but a terrific Atlantic storm had

lord Citizens Klngsley Lake., Rummy and danc- less playing ability and coopera- going to bewitch the boys Into babies had arrived op rescue I taken a toll of American shipping
ships in Java worried over the fate The fact that In SO-odd vessels torpedoed
were the the hangman's noose: "Mrs. McIntyre"you'll -
ing enjoyed by
young tion than In Al-
t every major high school couples. Cookies- and Coca-Oolao previous games. want to sympa-< of their men who had been left be in our coastwise, shipping, ,. ..dt
ate boasts about its well- were+ served! by the hostess Jac- though. Bradford ,made but one thlze .with 'this good soul who bind But all of,them were highly more ,than1 half ,bid been ,tankers Va
should we. field goal we were on impressed with showed that the U-boats had their
nl band. Why queline Andrews. Those enjoyingthe very good stands on the side lines and tries the spirit and ,the
nldst l of all this progressf foul shots completing 10 out of defenses of Batavia. orders to prey on our coastal petroleum
party were: Jewell Reddish to lend a hand to her children
people come up 18. Juanita, Kalch made six There evidence that supply. 1
these was
Inman Green, Mac McCoy, Ver- who are definitely suffering with every
we have a band points Willa Jean Malone one, Java whether it sufficient This attack however it was conceded -
Yes non SUcox J.' E. Denmark Sonny the pains of growing up: "Elsie"shy got reinforcements
i not begin to competet Haynes, Knos Hayes and Louise and Eva Fay Gainey five. Every and bashful and totally tied or not. would be adequately could do no worse than accentuate Increased dividends frem the United

| of other schools because loon. Patsy will not come cleanas player played bard and showed I I I to her domineering mother's a- defended by the forces now the oil shortage on the eastern States' good neighbor policy became -
uniforms. We have tal- ability although they lacked team on the island. seaboard as the Installations of Increasingly, evident who* anew
j to her exact but Old pron strings "V1vlan"-hUlg on
oil
age refineries and tank farms had
Iota of It but our mainIs Father Time has checked up ao work. to your heart lest It do nip-ups; The Dutch not only were massing suffered no attacks nor had the big Brasilia. aircraft engine taw
the fact that what lit- After the girls the Bradford all their their tory signed aa agreement with e
there would be no doubt and reports game those big blue baby eyes were own man power ships petroleum producing fields.
we may have made Tornadoes 'went out on the and planet but it that U. S. aeronautical corporation t*
plain
made
ress that she has attained the to entice you. These girls was But the storm which cast two .
turn oat Here Cub.Martin
argely to the efforts of of seventeen. court with a determination to and mischievous boys (they're so they had tome American reinforce- plane engine
age American naval vessels up on the
uctors and members. Litmost make up for the beating which the Important I've left them 'UInext ments largely believed in this coun- (standing Brullian ambaaaador -
rocky coast of Newfoundland took
The basketball game last Tues- to the U. 8.. and CoL Antonio -
aid financial or Baldwin them In try to be constituted of the I
boys a
no
gave week) make up the cast which is very .
189
lives and provided the worst
day night was the most excitingof I O. Munis director ef the sew !
BL has been offered by the previous game the final score of enduring "growing pains" In orderto vital anti-aircraft guns and men to naval disaster of the kind in history
the The '
Baldwin boost- tbe
factory sign production
The time has now' come year. that game being, 32-12. Baldwin present the traditional Junior man them. agreement.
The destroyer Traxton and the naval -
ers showed their enthusiasm .
really
He band does need help. It boys held the Initiative until the Play. The fight that still had raged cargo auxiliary Pollux were lost,
'by forth
giving with school
1} gotten to a place where last 'quarter. Due to the fine Katy Did around BaU was a good curtain- and by a quirk of fate they happened
In ouch
yello : a would
manner as
Actively perform and thereHat playing of Ovid Futch and George raiser for what the Japs could ex- to go around where 450-foot:
necessity for colorful set your ears to ringing. Maybe I Kenls the score was tied at the of pect when they moved in on Java clifts Jutted up straight from the RUSSIA : I

H, which will put ourKn this was the reason they won 'end of the game. Because of this Symbol SpringThe itself with its 40,000,000 population, ocean. Guerrillas in NewsOne '

display.Hat The Shuford brothers play to- tie they were given a threeminute and the concentrated strength of ""
wind The vessels pounded on rocks, almost -
sweeps along in gusty by-product of the Russian victories
gether as If they were not broth- I
over-time to play it off. everything the Dutch and the other and
deal of time and effort immediately disintegrated, '
gales
over the Germans on the eastfront
Been devoted to other erq. You know usually brothers Everyone was standing by this United Nations had which had been their crews had to scramble ashore i'
Hnlle worthwhile do not agree but I guess when It time each side yelling for Its And changes my skirts Into bil- salvaged from other fronts. had been the contacting by the; (
enterprises
salla. Red armies of the partisans or guerrillas "
comes to fighting for school lowing
H band have been almost your own team. But to make It more Churchill had said that the total ..
who had been burled but
things like that don't count. Ovid the had not been It lifts my hat and away It files.
Hd. we like to hear exciting score Japanese land ,strength in the Far '
Surely active back ,lof the Nazi lines.
Krform,at ,football games Futch should be &nt,acrobat,. (1I1 untied by .the end ,of the overtime Dancing and swirling before'' my East was estimated at 26 divisions.
his More and of these
more Intrepid
quick movements of the limbs.George .
calling for another eyes. believed
other festivities yet weHtm : over- There were many who
bands had been uncovered and the/
no encouragement and, Kenli really knows how time. The score wall then 2727. Its long fingers reach into my that it would take half that number tr'v'og /
Kclal In the to shoot goals. He rarely misseda 'At the end of this second over hair to conquer Java alone provided it news reporters were beginning to
backing way get to them and to send to the world
single one. The girls team
time both aides had made one defended and many
HrmB or Instruments. Those And rip It around with ruthlesscare. was properly their stories of heroism and of destruction .
H do not have to play their should be mentioned too. They field goal making the score 29- believed the Japs could not spare ,
Htmta had to fight against a strong re 29. Then the referee and coaches that many troops nor transport
for us. They receiveno If by some chance I make a fuss Also of Russian
the
sistance and did a good Job of decided that the first team to them to Java. a by-product
credit for It. and It It. Its very sure to mock me thus advance had been mounting stories
make a field goal was to be the Some military authorities believedthe
o me that the least we By stinging my face 'til my of brutality meted out by the Nails
This awful weather is here
winner. At this the fought but
boys Japs would not even try
in l to take an interest In cheeks are red; y to Russian civilians most of them
Hid again. Puddles and pools every- harder than ever before. They would content themselves with $
them that
help so they
nM based whether true not, the
or on
Hi I that it la an honor for where. The little children enjoya were playing madly running from Blowing me, blowing me ever bombing military Installations and I t bass activities of these same guerrillas.
H nice cool wade every once-In-a- one end of the court to the other. ahead. with surrounding the island with i
H participate. while. I don't see what keeps an The onlookers were wild. With It loves to frolic and dance and naval forces thus rendering it Incapable ,, Thousands of civilians eyewitness

other high schools bringamis epidemic of flu from raging. A both teams playing their hardest play of taking port In East Indian reporters had cabled had been slain '
over to the games In lit' own boisterous, unpredictable by the Nazis while other thousands ..
window blew out In Mr. Sponholtz's the teams were Just about equal. defense while concentratingmost
Bje demonstrations on the room this morning. Some- But as fate would have It, Cone way. of the Jap forces on an invasion had died of freezing or starvation '
Bl adorned in bright Unlit To churn the waters into angry herded in forced marches,often after ;
one will have a nice job of pick- of Baldwin made this famous of Australia.
almost tears to their had been pillaged.The .
brings the remains. This wind is goal who had total of 14 waves. f clothing
ing up a points The news of the day had not so t' q ,of
a to think that we can not just too much for this old buildIng Before thla final goal was made, To shriek and scream through far borne out this contention however t guerrilla bands were able by'

He If It; were a question I don't think it can stand It both George Kenis and George Shu- hollow caves for the Japanese landings on hiding in woods and mountains to I;
Bit we would have no kick To greet the leaves when they prey upon German communications j,
much longer. ford made a field goal but were Sumatra to the west and Ball to LIEUT. COMM. RALPH IIICKOX
Btnd but when there is so much They ray our parents love us, ruled down by seconds, becauseof first appear, the east had been In considerable Skipper of the VSS Truxton.as which by very necessity of temperature i
so much enthusiasm To send them scurrying when and topography had been
but'I an beginning to doubt It. the fact that the whistle had force.
everywhere, won't the We work our heads off trying to blown before the ball left the winter la near, best they might ,They landed on chained to the few Russian roads.

hear our plea and. back ourjGlve make ,money,* and ,our'parents do players' bands. The ,final .score To drive the clouds before its WASHINGTON : a rocky coast where half their number The guerrillas were ambushing : ',

'Ugt' ,apace >to,, practice. not ,even cooperate., The Border was then '29-31.. It was a grand might. were battered and drowned with- Germans, destroying not only trucks II l
onus to, wear,'and''a'few Riders was a perfect flop. Just because game and tribute should be paidto To rattle my windows when Cleaning Up out a chance. Approximately 179 but tanks as well and )Ilaughteringi


i that you'll never be sorry. there to make It worth while. and good playing David Yet in the spring my kite It will der flr. ever since the DouglasChancy wrecked ships.BURMA One leader of such a band told a

blowWhistling boondoggling fight started with that he and his fellows had
Freeman and Dorothy used up Shuford George Shuford. guardIng newsman
Club Plans perfectly good rubber tires to ad- ; George Kenla and Ovid Futchas high then whistlinglow. the OCD as a central point had : blown up two large German trucks

vertise it and a group of seniors forwards; Ralph Dudley and started the Job of self-cleaning with All-India Command and that three members of the !.
Social Event used their energy Saturday mornIng Charles Parker. B H. S. Is proudof The trade winds will bring the President Roosevelt "taking! a leaf trucks' crews had been shut to death f t
I out of his own notebook" and finding The closing of Rangoon though .
showers
gentle by their own superior officer for permitting -
I the American all.Starke .
t hall for the ,
performance
Legion
ub met with much singing, bowers housing activities alone contested than had been Singapore,
but this all seemed to have been flowering The Russian guerrillas had ringed
Girls Lose had given the stride
sic. Japanese
long
I to I love the wind for it is here The senate and house had not been a in from 10 to 39.: '
for no good at alL It seems toward the demobilization of the age j!
treasurer Mae Parker the idle in the self-cleaning matter either -
me a little more time Phould be To Green Cove 25-23 Every season throughout year. Burma road.Thouch .
L report on the financial Yet in March it has come to be for' they had repealed the pen- LABOR : .
to the generation
g of the "B" Club. given younger Starke girls 'were defeated by A symbol of spring to you and sion bill which already had been the Chinese were believed
of the day. The Legionnaires
I Not. So
already to have developed another Quiet
Uon waa made and carried' enough to let the Green Cove in the Armory last me. signed by the President
good
wera
line of communication partially If
e "B" Club would sponsor school use the hall free with the Friday by a small margin of 2 I Catherine Nollmall.I The President had not signed It as not completely ruining this obJec- Labor troubles which had been

i soon to help raise suffl- hope that we could do the rest. points. The score was tied at the such but it had been a rider on tive for the Japs It was proof of almost nonexistent after Pearl Harbor

uids for a big social affair Well we did try.I half 13-13 making the game very Eighth Grade News8P another bill and thus had become the fact that something drastic would had burled the nation Into war,

i end of school. The ad- noticed Nina Bishop havinga Interesting. Starke held the initiative effective.But have to be done about the reinforcement began cropping up .somewhat over

'lo this dance will be 15c: fight with the wind this morn- until the last quarter when the national outcry had been of the British defense ef India the nation though the federal government -

on. Ing. It was a real battle and I they lost the game by one field We are happy to have two new terrific and the congressional repeal or more territory would fall was not delaying to have

meeting was turned over must say It was an interesting goal. Juanita Kalch, leading with pupils with us-both of them are had followed with but few congressmen into the Nipponese hands them settled as rapidly and force
program committee 'since 13 points, Eva Fay Gainey with of either house willing to fully as possible.
one for the onlooker but I imag- from Texas. They are Joyce The Chinese were holding the
rns no further business. ine a very maddening one for her. ten and Willa Jean Malone with Ford and Whitt Biggs. put themselves on the spot as voting northern sector but the British having Congress too. was having its labor

le Joan Carpenter sang Will see you next week. mix backed by the good playingof In Science clana we are study- pensions for themselvesafterthe been driven back from the Billn difficulties. A proposed wartime

inooga Choo-Choo" aDds Bernice :McMillan.:!! Lora Crews Ing the ill effects of tobacco and outcry. river fortifications had to fall backon suspension of the 40-hour week '

Tune.- Hazel Packham, Claudia Brown. alcohol. Representative Reed of New York Rangoon and the work of destroy caused heated debate with'chargesof

Edwards at the piano, Sixth Grade News Iretta Brannen and Lucille Cros was perhaps most frank for while Ing |all military goods In the "labor despotism" being hurledby

"Dear Mom." by. Mr. Monti and Mr. Arena displayed 8-A. most congressmen city; which could not be moved was Representative Cox of Georgia.

Cheer-leaders e-K a real Job of refereelng. We have another new pupil In had said [ the signal for the closing of the port Later In answer Sidney Illlunaa

sang "Rose We have some" new books.Mexi- The line up for the Starke boys our room. Her name 10 Carolyn they had voted It was a tough 43 hours for the labor chief of the war production
"The Little
"White Otter. was David Shuford Ralph Dudlyat Rods; she 1 la a cousin to Betty for the previous American military ,mission there board said enactment of the pro-
band played several num- can Donkey Boy"" and "Little guard with Armand Thomas at Jean HIatt. a cooperative student measure without r for It was their duty to see that the posal would "result In confusion and

eluding "Blues In The Ann of Canada. center and George Kenls and Carolyn Is from Dunnellon. We considering it final shipments of thousands of tons demoralization ."

-(a much called for num- We 'have a new pupil, Margaret George Shuford as forwards. hope that she will be with us a much if at all I d V of American lease-lend goods start- Notable among the difficulties

Ross. They showed a marked Improve- long time. said: "I was not } ed on !Its rail journey up the Burma had been one hi St. Louis where

meeting came to a close Billy Smith. ment over previous game by win- We are going to begin studyIng called away by a j r, .' ,;r. road to the Chinese before the Japs power company employees had

eryone singing "Come On 6-8 ning their first game of the sea- Flrst-AId Wednesday In our telephone call. I j ">. ., got In.Some. threatened a strike which would

adford" B. H. S.'. theme son by 2 -23. The game at the Science clasa. Mrs. Ingwalaon If was not out eat- j -.'} :"', t of this It had been reported have crippled a whole defense In-

*lth the band accompany- We have added several new half was tied up at 1414. This our teacher. Everyone is anxious lag a sand Men- :.. i,4,. J faced destruction and among what duatrUl area.

full blast. A display of books to our library lately. We waa broken up In the third quar- to begin. I was not talking t' could not be moved were hundredsof An odd strike occurred at San

over heads to keep the bought four and the others were ter by Ovid Futch who replaced Dorothy Mott. with a constituent American-made trucks which had Pedro, where the Bethlehem Steel

off Just In case It did tall. donated by Kenneth Boris Sha- Ralph Dudley at guard. The at the time I Rep.Bredwas not been assembled after shipping. company was building $81,000,000

enThe plaster looked ron and Geynell. game as a whole was very exciting 8-1 in favor of the bill." The British had made their last worth of destroyers for the navy.

T loose with all the rtomp1 Our music la quite Interestingnow due to the clone score throughout. The quietest girl in our roomIs He was not however recorded as stand at the SIttang river and there The men did not walk: out, but

< loud music going on. as we are singing some two- 'I Eunice and the quietest boy lt voting against repeal. in good positions they covered the they worked eight hours and then

Cleo Norman. part songs. We are also learningsome JImmie. The OCD still was the center of final removal of lease-lend goods quit going back to work again at

Negro Spirituals.We Soldier's War SongSad What would happen If: attack Senator Byrd of Virginia and destruction of British materieL the usual time refusing to work 10-

nth Grade Newsre are very sorry that Barbara Miss Peterson couldn't give us having said that his Investigation of hour shifts as they said the company .

Jean Robbins is sick and hope she in their tents the soldiers are study questions jobs paying over S2. OO In the OCD I MISCELLANY I demanded.

glad to have Jessie Mae will soon be well again. We are lying.Dreaming. Mrs. ,Ingwalson did not have Included "actors baseball players : There also bad been dispatchesfrom

ack with us. We thought sorry that she Is moving to : of home and loved ones patience? football coaches track men. tennis the West eoast that numbers '

'd withdrawn, but she Louisiana! as we all like her so I and friends We do not get a new school players newspaper and magazine Washington WPB said that to- .. employees bad refused to work

much. Up with the dawn they all will building? writers, social workers, army and tile mills which do not produce on Washington's birthday, though

three seventh grades had a We are glad to welcome Bar- be riding. -Opal Morrell navy officers doctors engineers goods for the armed services win specifically: requested to. The day

Ulve geography test and bara Ford to our school from Over the sea to old Hawaii. nurses, ex-public officials, lawyers not be able to obtain machinery by came on Sunday, but many factories

71 pupils, not one failed. Brownwood Texas. We hope she Sonny Haynes: "Say Buddy and others in every walk oIllteo"I'I' the middle of 194Z reported Jorge numbers of their

rtalnly are proud of that. will like It here. Down with those "Japs" the soldiers Davis Just broke the worlds re- Many had quit after ) Cleveland: A labormanagementdispute workers stayed borne on Monday .
E. Searing are crying. velt's resignation, but it was evident : according to report
m the contest. cord! i was The onion*, bad demanded double
Gay Drickell t Soon they will' come face to face : J. E. Denmark: "Yeah? 'What that the' rest of them>were crippling the output ,of >a concern pay for the holiday and employers

Evelyn Crtffl, Fourth Grade NewsJack ,I with death, I II doing 7"Sonny under fire' with, 'the senate on, the wholly, engaged: making, airplane bd refused rats demand Hence Die

,I But soon they know that some : ,"He took a plane apartin firing line. and bomb parts.Was1aJIIIoa big holiday lay of?.

Grade Wetland has withdrawn "Japa" will be dying. 19: seconds. BATAAN: : Skyrocketing military -

from our class.. He moved to : Over the land In old bad Japan. J. E.: "Well let's go down to demands for wool caused by AUSSIES:
and congratulate Bomber CampaignPerhaps the Imminent job of clothing
the hospital several -
have two new pupils In Georgia. We*were sorry to have I, The word "Return" is not for our him." a rather grisly. humor million more soldiers/ were saidto Digging In

m. Their names are Bar- him go. sellIng soldiers had been shown in the dispatch from be calling for sweeping reductions Reports from Australia that the

athers Duncan and Jerry Brown We have earned have money bought by two I They know that soon they'll be Did you bear ,about the girl Bataan that, the men of General in the amount of wool available Aussie were digging In from one end
and
are at Camp Blan- candy I with the slain. she could MacArthur's command were planning for civilian clothing.
we who was so old that of the eastern coast to the other
Is nothing
new book There Interesting But In God they trust that they'llnever remember when 'the big dipperwas to take up a collection from Baltimore The OPA said It would seemed to make it dubious that any

In are learning many new enjoy so much as be lying Just a Dixie cup ? their own pay to have a bomber sent soon fix rent ceilings in this defense extensive aid for Java would be sent

I "Our America." First books. Hart. Over the sea in old Germany. A Woman riding on a Como- them.It area probably; heralding similar action by Australia

i we erica are glad that we live Mrs. -Dorothy Grlffls.U3. Harriet street car In Starke was would have been a "one-day throughout large sections of the Il.wv.r. according to correspondemti. .

the because we can all anxious not to pass her destina story" If the newsmen bad not takenIt country. the spirit of the Australians ,r
same flag, we can sing Fifth Grade News I the conductor sip at President Rooievelfs con- Curses Aires Argentina In a
aUonal We are studying South AmerIca tion. She poked as they faced increasing evidence
[ Anthem The President> said: action has Informed
fcrence. significant Italy
e when we in geography.A. with her umbrella. "Is that the that they bare a defense job of theta
P live In a land where ft-n "If anybody will tell me how I'M that she no longer can represent
we ?
Bank
National consider
Z. Lee hat quit school. We Florida own to were uniformly
fros fiai tomorrow will bring us We do miss Reta Ann Hardy tales him! very much. "No mum" replied the conductor. see that they are sent. her in the Western hemisphere. good.BRADFORD .
and peace. :'or he baa moved away.J. "
Dew. "That's my stomach. j
-Patsy V
I Mrs. lUtch. C. Porter came back to visit i



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"i PAGE FOUR In the month of April 11/4_, seeks divorce
day
I a knack for beln' in on the ground ,th day ot ern,1942 Telegraph shall pool ep
Baptist Circles on around whichthis 4th day of M |In :
6f what goes I
Wltnety
floor
: and CLUBS MeetingsCircle (OFFICIAL REAA. J. Thomas my hand. I.
I; SOCIETY Hold Regular u'1
Starke Clark County of, Florida Circuit Court of 34t Bradford S-27 5th:: .I 1942: tacks, FlurldOJlFICIA d,

2 of the Baptist W. ( ; REAL
'It No. Elizabeth -
Spotted an' Jotted: I A. Clerk of Court. 1 .
said
Miss Edna Hutto I W. S. C. S. Circles I M. U. met In the church annex attractive blonde sister of CotllryTyTFLORIDA BINDCIIA.N- Atty Harrison. Jack,'
: r, Margaret nose Duncan Monday afternoon with Mrs. W. Joiner, : for Plf, 'ontiii|
: Met This Week i Lou Vining woridn' at
Mallon C. WellsIn The devotional Charlie
r 4 Celebrates Birthday Wed: B. Alexander as hostess. Mclnnla holdln' WauJrVC.: Lann.au. Plaintiff. ".. -
Mac IN
., \\'I ,. four Sunday Ceremony WSCS Circles of the :Methodist was led by Mrs. R. A. Camp mornin' gym classes for Army Ethel No.Mae 1189.ORDER Lunneau, Defendant.Caaa .op.rY':i 1u

\ I i ll Il' :Margaret hose Duncan, church met Monday afternoon, but Thomas. wives at the USO Ralph OF PUBLICATION Flllpo Clllo
\ :\r '" year old daughter of :Mr. and Miss Edna.! Hutto, daughter of aa a March gale was blowing and The first day's grogram of the Rhodes awaltln orders to proceed AND NOTICE TO APPEAR i10a08 ClIio.'lORDER Defendant Plalnurr

:Mrs. K. O. Duncan was given a Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Hutto of there was sickness among mem- March Week of Prayer for Home to Mitchell Field where bell STATE LAnneau: OF FLORIDA Whose residence to: EthelMae la : p,

J! lovely birthday party Saturday Starke, became the bride of Mal bers the attendance waa not large. Missions was given by Mrs. I.. H. enter the Air Corps Tiny Unknown.' AND NOTlel'011' ')PUBLI To .
1% 21. required to appear on .
u :1. afternoon, February colors of red, lon C. Wells, son of J. H. Wella :Mrs. E. K. Perryman was howt- Jennings and Mrs. Alexander, the :Martha Ann Winkler learnln' to April You at are h., 1942. in the above named STATE.. Cluo 01>' I>'LORID..Iat. \

The patriotic out Pensacola. In a beautiful cere- ess to Circle One and the devo- special offering i amounted to $4. ride big sister's new bike Pat Court and cause. wherein plain n street, l>r'Hld?4
of
and blue were carried tiff eka. divorce. Bradford CountyTelegraph atteraA
I white conducted by business meeting was con- Jersey.
; yq Ct., dining at 5 o'clock Sunday after- tional service was The Patray back In town for a few ehall publish thin OrderIn You 1
of the mony
y h. ; in every detail Methodist Mrs. W. O. Halle. Mrs. Titus Olson ducted by the leader, Mrs. Alex- Still Alabama-bound next four weekly Issues. April 6th.are 1943 required to 1Fl
parsonageIn .
li' Fannie in the days In the
Mrs. noon
table appointments. the served hot Wltnen my hand and official ,1eN
; ( in she
"Methodism which Court .
"' double ring ceremony reviewed! ander, after an' "Coon" Holllngs- .. apt cause,
assisted Mrs. Duncan In entertaining Starke. The He ..al at Starke, Florida, this Marcl seeks diverts. wherea
l 1 Jones and Mrs. W. E. and cakes. .. Bradford
\ Area" tea .
fl"( little folks with was performed by the Rev. Singapore worth coolcln' up another deal 8th., 1942. Telegraph shall 1
the SEAA. J. Thomas
;.. II( ....h, and song The O. C. Powell. Mlddleton reviewed an'article The personal service meeting Joe Arnold movln Into one A(OFFICIAL* Clerk of Bald Court. 34t 9.21William In Witness next four weekly look..I
I' merry games cake and the bride, an from the World Outlook entitled will be held at the home of :Mrs. of the new Annie houses c, ", T. Harvey, :Jacksonville.Fla. seal at 'tarko"' my, hand anj.. t
wedding, Florida
.f hostess served birthday For her "An Open Door for Chinese GirlsIn L. H. Jennings on March 16.. Mrs.T. : ., Atty. for Plf. 5th. 1942.Ot'FlCAL. ,, I tp,
and the favor brunette chose an aqua '
,
j I ice cream in cup; attractive San Francisco." B. will lead the de- ( SEAL) Ar
a ; !i/Itllr/ were surprise packages wrapped dress with harmonizing: accessories. Harding' Have you noticed those snazzy IN CIRCUIT' COURT BRADFORD A. Clerk of sold Courtj '
session William
A short business was votional. D. !\
1 tt..of, white and blue papI. Her was of pink IN CHAN J-.t'
i'n in red, corsage white leggins and lanyards the COUNTY FLORIDA Fla Atty. for
; ,( conducted by.Mrs. .M I d d leton, Circle No. 3 'met with :Mrs. H. C&ItY. Pit.
,,A' ers.. .. rosebuds. circle 'chlrmal.afterNbich the five MP's are wearin now?! :Mus'be Henry Woodruff Cornell Plaintiff -
Brownlee'and there
I.' little people enjoying: this party Following the ceremony, a reception refreshments I were a pleasure to be- copped by -Blither' Josephine Cornell, De -NOTICE OK APPMn TU.
'M( hostess served light members and two new members TAX
,J ", t were: Dorothy Ann and Lynda was held at the home of her such a swanky outfit .. Wonder fendant. > PUBLICATION"Ann (Honal* Bill DEED IV.. ii
: to guests
It
,. 1\ Sue Johns, Jimmy Weldon, the bride's parents for relativesand present. If I couldn't break jus' a teeny, ElJo.f I TO APPBAK NOTICE Peckham !)
!> ".1' "Buzzy" Green Billy Harrington, a few close friends. The Circle Two Mrs. J. EX Futch led the devotional weeny law an' get to ride aroundthe STATE OF FLORIDA to: Blither That of Tax F. Certificate M. holds
ioj No
., II : Sylvia Alvarez, Jane and Harry living room and dining room of Mrs. G. C. Powell, chairman of the theme of the hour block In one of those cute 111 :JonephlneCornell.address IB 44, Adelaide whose residenceand Avenue, the Vth day of August 11\

r t Richarde, Pauline Gay, Jerome the Hutto home were decorated Circle Two, entertained her circlein being "He Brought Him to Jesus. cars?! How excltln' to do my Providence, Rhode lajtand. has has filed made same application In my 01

; } t !+ Coiley, Luc lie McRae, John Mack with cut flowers and tall white the church school building:, and At the close of the meeting, the I weekly peepln' from a "peep" '. Monday You ,are April required 6th. to 1942 appear In the on deed to be Issued mere r...l'

.f t4'i Newaome, Tom Long, Carol Lynn candles stood on the mantle, mak- gave the devotional lesson includ- hostess served delicious zwieback I Jus' the right height for lookin' above named Court and cause described certificate embraces the r Iql\

r {:, Jennings, Sharon St. Peter, Nen- ing a lovely setting for the bridal ing a reading from the Florida pudding with whipped cream and i through keyholes! ". Oh, well wherein no other plaintiff relief. .Bradford...k. divorce County and of Bradford property, State: uf In 1"10 tho" r

1 h. cle Bevln. Hollis Knight, Jr., Bud party. X lace cloth covered the Methodist entitled "Times Uke coffee. '.. These enuff of wishful think- Telegraph shall publish this OrderIn wit Et: of NE
.. 4 of stu'
>
( Lawson :Martba Landrum, Mary dining table where a large wedding These." in' Better get back to grim next four my hand weekly and lasuon.Wltnojm official seal Township 7 South, Ran,_ ifl

It." } ; Sue Kpperson. Jo Ann Smith. cake was placed with a pic- :Mrs. A. Z. Adklns acted aa secretary Junior Woman's Club realities an' elgn off for this at Starke Florida, this 4th day of containing The> .; 20 Acres., nan .
1 Madeline Williams :Mary Carol ture of the bride and bridegroom i week So See In March, 1942. under assessment of the aY
A J. pro tern and a local and To Hold Meeting long you ((OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas erty the said certm.,
Be sant; Sue and Teddy Duncan centering the top. 3.2'iJohn sued wan. In the name of
'r 1 pledge offering: was made by those I the next A. Clerk of said Court. 3-8 4t Unless \\111
'' ; t' of Calne vllle,.Sandra Johns, Levy Around BO guests gathered lo present. :Mrs. E. S. :Matthews The Junior Woman's Club will -Carolyn.U. :J. Henderson, Esq. Atty. forPit. redeemed Bald according certificate to il rh..
1f.
'1'1 and George Canova. watch Mr. and Mrs. Wells cut will entertain the circle for the meet Wednesday night at eight old property to the described hl ;hei.t bldd',

( the first slice of cake, after which March meeting. During the nodal o'clock in the club building. Miss courthouse door on the
IN: CIRCUIT COURT; BRADFORD ttM
D. C. Met
i Miss Dothen Dell of Jacksonvillecut period the hostess served Dorothy Delevan is in charge of WednesdayWith COUNTY FLORIDA IN CHAN. day In the month of APIIL
which In !
the
?
ettrtlay of
AIR CORPS KATE slices for the other guest and cookies and hot tea. the program. All members are Mrs. DarbyThe CKKY. Dated thin 4th day AM oil
Helen Johnson, Plaintiff, Tommy
vs. -
11 ji} Mia Carolyn Hutto of Columbia Circle Three urged to attend and bring their Johnson. Defendant. 1942.OFFICIAL.

,I \,.. S. C., slater of the bride, Mrs. Mrs. Juntas M. Smith was hostess contributions for the Hospital at W. T. Weeks Chapter U. ORDER OF PUB ICATION. Clerk( of Circuit BEAD Court A.ot J B'
and Mrs. D. C. met Wednesday! afternoonat AND NOTICE TO APPEAR County, Florida. .
Kenneth Harrington Camp Blandlng. | | d
homeon
to Circle Three at her STATE OF FLORIDA to: Tommy
t '1 r Tlllman Hutto presided at the the home of Mrs. A. M. Darby, :Johnson, whose residence I. unknown
: East :Madison St. Mrs. L. D. Hostesses for the evening are: BUS
SCHEDEUNerlabeand
the hostesses being :Mrs. Darby, '
:; : punch bowl. Vining led the devotional service Miss Georgia Haynes chairman, You are required to appear on
i"'j', Mrs. Wella waa graduated from and Mrs Grace Wainwright talk- Mrs. Harry Houston, Miss Hope :Miss Etta Tison and. Mrs. L. G. I April eth., 142. In the above named Leave Starke -___..'_
Powell. Court and cause, wherein plain LeaveLeave Starke _____._ tuj
the Rudemar Beauty School and ed on the subject of "Help that Haynes and Mrs. Edwin Torode. tiff seeks divorce from defendant Stark ._._ .. liti I
Is' now connected with Mrs. Mae the different denominations are Mrs. O. L. Beasley, first vice- Tommy Johncon. Bradford County Leave) Starke ___. in' ,I
in the absence)' Telegraph hall publish this OrderIn Leave Htarke _____.__ I
president presided I'll'1
1r Hiving1 beauty salon In Jackson giving the "Ideal. .. United. \. Service Woman's Service Organization next four weekly l...ue>. Leave Starke ..... .. flit J
l _" ville., :Mr. Wells Is connectedwith Organization." of the president.;,:Mrs. G.'W. ROb- !I Witness my hand and official seal Leave Htarke __. __ lu IStarke
; j'tT+r: the municipal electric:: plantIn Meets Every ThursdayThe erts, who was" unable' to 'come at StarkeFlorida. this March 4th., Leave. ______ 10-11)1)
t 1k :Mrs. E. L. Williams, chairmano 1941. Leave Starke ____ IIMil
i< ---- I
J Jacksonville. Following a Circle Three, conducted a short Women's Service Organization because of Illness in her home. (OFFICIAL, SEAL,) A.t. Thomas. Seatkbeaad
.r"'e
'' ? I'V will be The Dime Defense Donation was Am Clerk of said Court. II-a 4t S-27 Leave Rtarke ______ 1-011 I
1. week's wedding trip, they
business meeting. During the social of the IT S 0 meets
every E. K. Ferryman, Atty. for Pit. Leave Starke ....._... 10 III
.'; at home to friends at 2250 Gilmore period Mrs. Smith served cupcakes Thursday evening at 7:30: o'clock made; and It was decided to give I Leave Starke ... ._.._ III'
., .te nl.. wing MT th. Air St. In Jacksonville after five dollars towards defraying ex- Leave Starke ___...-. In ||
1 tti\ r K Fot .,IS*....>..eak...nd coeUw ,. and hot chocolate.Mrs. in the new USO building. All of the famous IN CIRCUIT COURT BRADFORD Leave Starke ....___. III 'll
t,/ 'with HUMJORD Baking Pew4.r March 8. ladles interested In cooperatingwith penses Apollo I COUNTY. FLORIDA| IN CHAN.CRRV. Leave Starke 1.111Eastbou.4 )
*) 'Out ........ ky-Mch quality. Boys Choir that is to appear In .
I ...uc.lII'o (lour-BO bltttr tol. .. Th. Out of town'cuests attending, J. H. Wells F. 11. Stull and activities planned for the the USO building here tonight. Daley Hell Lee Plalntlf'b".. Robert Leave Starke Jl___- illilHtarke
4t! the wedding: and reception were: Miss Dothen Dell, all of Jackson- service men are invited to attend. Edward Lee Leave ._ .. I ill J
"k ertlllaolb.ldacpowd.r.-.ran. the social the -. _____
: Wells :Mr. and During period, Cane No. 1841.ORDER Leave Starke .. 5l! '|
Ii,, II: HKW boG"''', MmtalBla deg.nS.t Mr. and Mrs. E. A. ville; G. W. Smith and Miss hostess served! coffee and OF* PUBLICATION Leave Starke ________ T.Hfl f
'i i(night lint to lift your tukini. Ad- Mrs. W. H. Wells, Mrs. J. C.; Tal- Hutto of Columbia S. Mr. and Mrs. Randolph Boreeof cherry ANI NOTICE TO APPEAR W5.tboud
t drt..I KBBdorJ, Boa K,RnmforJ,U.LJL Mrs. J. L. Jackson:: Mr. and Carolyn pie topped with. ice cream. STATE OF FLORIDA to: RobertEdward Leave Stnrke _______ I'Mil
ley
\ C., and Pvt. O. P. Hutto of Ft. Jacksonville spent Sunday here Lee, Jr., whose renldenceIn (Tallahassee Specie!) I

",.. __ ____--... __"_._ ........._"' ''' .''n'' Denning, Ga. with :Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Bennett. : aia East Liberty Street Nor- Leave Starke ______ UilllI : I rl
SHKAFFKR'S folk, Virginia. ave Starke ...,___._ Its I
SKRIP INK
You are required to appear on Leave Starke ._____ 114)I
.. ::1 PU. $l. Qta.. f 1.75-BRADFORD April 8th. '942. In the above named Leave Starke _______ ll-ltf I|
Court and cause, wherein plaintiff (Tallahassee. Spoel.1I
COUNTY TELEGRAPH.
7r9. peannelte ::b. .J\lncald Carolyn Callstreet .

; NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR

.: Announces Her Return iterate TAX Bill DEED Ii,. 1.3) SAFE! FAST! COMFORTABLE!
NOTICE: is HEREBY GIVEN.
," That H. :J. Jones holder of part of
a+ Well folks .- There seems to book, flndin' it a week or so later Tax: Certificate No. Issued the

.":; To The be a lot of truth In the eayin'that Guess the: boys are right 7th filed day same of August In my office U9b. 1 and 39. has had AND ECONOMICAL!'

ole friends are the best when they say we oughtta purge mad application for a tax dead to

: friends after all .. Unnentand our purses more. often < bo l*.ued thereon., Said certlfleateembrace RID'E'THE
the followingdescribed i BUSSESCourteous
,
Cl r-Jecin :7lower..S/.op since the .rubber::'shortage de- .ot _-. .- property In the County of Bradford,
,
'
.
veloped'-scnne.ofpur'jocal: lassies Guest Tommy tx>rg! was terribly .State' \of of Florida, o-mrlt- I 1
,
J'-BH. NWVi-of--.SBM Sec. 20
a :
tin' around In' the 'attic disappointed"when be arrived at CorrectJnEormation
are rOo Township 7 South Rang. 23 East, .
1 an' glvln' those discarded girdles Columbus, Ga., an' found he'd half containing 20 Acre, more orlefts.. :
The assessment of the Bald Given You At
: another lease on life But don't to live In a mere house : Kept erty under the Mild certificate prop-l Issued '' .
I f :1 \\IJ! worry, E. M. B., I won't tell on inslstln before leavln' that be waa In the name of Unknown.
Unless said certificate shall be
you Not much! Com- was going up "to live In Daddy's redeemed according to law the UNION BUS STATION

rortln'/ thought: Maybe with the tent"! .. Albert Lee Crosby property described therein will be
: old to the highest bidder at the
Designed of Wedding And sugar ratlonin program so manyof writes from Palmyra Island courthouse door on the first lion-
us won't be* needln' girdles, (somewhere in the Pacific) to
I I" anyway "tell everybody to keep the ole ....nue"+.s...w4uuuuuuouuueuuuwuso.s.uuwauauuwuwuuausl."" ... ... """ uwsaauauewwaaslw.n. .sesuwuaulnawewualuwwuueIYlauwaawaluuuuIuwunanasou. "" ,. .. .' ' .' """ '.

x Funeral Arrangements chin up" .- .If he can do it

Hearsay Theresayi Tommy Caa- there, we certainly oughtta be I

tl 1 7 on reported lo.In' 15 lb.. worryln' able to do It here ". Carl an' :

I over his call to the Army, which Clara Mae Knight recelvtn' fan

ftJ ", We Wire Flowers Anywhere lie hopes isn't soon Arch mail from RAF's Ted Cleveland, FIFTH ANNIVERSARY STATEMENT

Thomas an' fambly studyln' plansof sayin' he's bavin to get used to

a house they may build for England after being "American- FLORIDA BANK AT STARKE

themselves at 601 N. Walnut ized." an' reportwthat several of

Guy Sale takln' the count from the RAFees who visited here are

Efficient Service Guaranteed flat foot FLUgle Buck Craw- now engaged ,; STATEMENT OF CONDITIONCLOSE

,. ford landin' at Blandin' .. Call k.

ed from his job on the eve of The red, red rose has nothin'on
.Phone MARCH 2, 1942
.I another $20 a month raise the blushes Yvonne Gay was

Nurse Duna Cummings departin glvln' out with the other day j -.- -
97 ,
for Thomasville. Gawgla to re- Seems she was busy dre sln' the -

Dumo her hospital career, sooth In' window at Stump's Store an' RESOURCESLoans

1I the fevered brow stood! In her stockln feet to keep

from martin the floor & Discounts 151,454.38

Eyed an Spied Ethel Taylor in Everything went along fine till a Overdrafts 147.97

a stunnin red outfit .. Incident group of fun-Iovln khakllada Banking House and Furniture 15,794.46Prepaid
ally, wonder where she was the gathered around and pretended 566.78
Expenses.
night of the Fashion Show?! they were tlcklln her tootsies
Accrued Interest & Income Receivable
Missed her ? Cecil Douglas through the plate glass window! 4,298.39U.

home after dlvorcin' his appendix Who could maintain poise S. Government Securities 39,100.00
'
In -the Alachua Co. Ho p. under such circumstances? Listed New York Stock Exchange Bonds

; I Jo Ann, young dotter of the Lacy The editor tells me this col.'s supreme ;and Other, Securities 242,232.32. 281,332.32

) l a hc Silcox's, so excited over her birth compliment came this week -

INM!) day party she invited all her when Barney McRae banded over Cash On Hand and Due From Banks 929,792.02

friends to come half an hour J1.75 an' said "I wanna renew my

c y! earlier The G. H. Bennetts Carolyn Callstreet" See the -

Sun., Mon., Tuca.-March 8. 9, :10 enthusiastic over plans for their D. W. McClellans an' chlllun are .. 1,383,386.32

Bette Davia, In new home to be located across comfortably settled In the T. T.

} from new school house :Madge Long domicile .

"THE LITTLE FOXES"j:11T Wlgham distressed over mall In' an LIABILITIES .

With Herbert Mar bal, Teresa Wright, Richard Carl on Important letter In her pocket- Take a Up from the Texana. gals '

They not GET their
Also only Capital Stock 25,000.00
Comedy and News -
Ii Ui1>Il1
men They HANG ON TO Surplus 45,000.00

THEM Those who wallow In Undivided Profits
I 4,448.19
I Wed., Thurs.-March: 11, 12 statistics say more western Reserves 2,719.77
women have followed their
BIG DOUBLE FEATURE spouses here than any other groupof Interest and Income Collected, Not Earned 110.73
I No. 1-TIIK!: SHOCK PICTURE OF THIS YEAR Deposits
gala to date! Glad to hear '. 1,306,107.63

1,1 "I WAKE UP SCREAMING" Aunt Jane" Rosner Is recoverln' .

from her elbow ailment Hear I
With _... : 1383386.32
d rA Betty Grable. Carol Landla, Victor:: :Mature
P Din Graham waa doln' some ,

No.2 VERY Important ahoppln' in Jai -, .
tether day No questions, 1 t P ."- i '
"FRECKLES COMES .HOME" PULeese! Artie (Tic Toe) ': :" .< COMPARATIVE DEPOSITS
.
With Johnny Downs Schnleder:: fresh from NY an' .
: ;: .
,."J': March 1, 1937 $ 28,442.13
Also. News -: highly pleased over his release % -
: from the draft board there, March 1,. 1938 257,930.74

whlch'll! allow him to enlist at ..:' .;'," : March 1, 1939 311,797.67
Fri., Sat-March 13,- 1WDOUBLE FEATURE>>
Blending . : '
No. 1"?'Jaa Houie Blue < -> March 1, 1940_ 335,589.63

tad Hear Joe Hughes (Military Inn) : March I 1941885.144.32
Nat Pendleton ,
Anne Gwynne, Robert Paige hit the jack-pot las' week-end I

l' No. 2-"Lone Rider In Ghost Town"With And We Also Save You .in. .btzness Biggest here gross; since. Anyone he's find-been : March 2, 1942 1306,107.63


George Houston Money By Giving Good In' a pet squirrel answerln to the sea!(. '1
i e Also Cartoon and Serial name of "Snooky" please notify
Leather and Quick Ser t
Marlon (Pet) Connell In other : 'f. Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation

MIDNIGHT SHOW, SATURDAY 11:30 P. M. vice. words Pet lost her pet :; Member
Florida
',A "MOON OVER HER SHOULDER" = Glimpsed George Manassa glvln .. <' y National Group

.
Call St. an-Idea of'What the well
BUY WAR
r Lynn Bart, John Sutton Dan Datley, Jr. AHVerk Guaranteed dressed soldier will wear Bob BONDS-Let's PRESERVE Our Way of Living. ;

Also Selected Shorts Satterfield, C of C secy, ar-

i1 i---- Electric Shoe Shop rangln' Blending Center's elabor-
ate openln', slated for around

-- - I April 1 .- Bob seems to have e.l" ". or 4I>-.____, .......wascrrenar.nrsnasseswaa.wwrm.waw. ?.. III. "..,........ ........__._._ _.rsrawslnlr.n.rra


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LARCH ar I9*?_ BRADFORD COUNTY TKUSGRAPII. STARKE. FLORIDA
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BITS of LOCAL IfOTICR TO APPEAR redeemed according" to law the land In Bradford t \

4a NEWS residence TO Henry and address H. Thomas la ,care whose of properties to the described highest therein bidder will at11.beHold will be offered for County sale ,at Florida public CLASSIFIED
outcry for the highest I and best
1k rrlttChapmanitaott Company Courthouse door on the first Monday cash bid, subject to the right nf the FOR SALE-2.000 Stalk P O,1 I I ,
HatterPlace.. New York, N. Y.
; orcare In the
I Month ot April. l 43. trustees of the Internal Improvement Seed Cane $1.23 hundred, I (
L York Citya Mr. and Mrs L G. Powell spend I Col. or Merrltt-Ohapman-Hcott Com.pany which U the 8th.. day of April A. Fund to reject and all per '
and any
New Mrs. A. Wells
Londonderry.
of Stumpof .Company; New D. I9C3. bids, at the Courthouse bewtnnlng F. C. Hodges. Rt. 2. Starke. g gFla.
i here every day at the Riverside hos New < short vacation York City. Miss Lillian the 4th., day of March at 10-00' o'clock A. M. on the 6th Up
'Itt and daughter-In-law, pital. Jacksonville to be by the Stump of Orlando, and Miss Mar- Palneavlll York N. .Y.Ohio; or; I'. U. liux tl1,, A.(OFFICIALi n. 9U.. SEAL> A. J. Thomas day for of Hoail April, A. I>: 1942, Easement
bedside of Mr. Powell's TO: Lily A. Dobecho. or Lily. Pohs- right of way 200 feetwliln l f
Mike Mills aged jorie Stump of Monticello will be Clerk Circuit Court, Krndfcrcl .will he r..rv"'t from
any
s Baker of Atlanta, rector father L. C. Powell who was week-end guests of Mr. and Mrs. cha address Thomas In P., whose U. Box residence 411.. 1'ulnos-and County HI a to of Florida. 3-. tt a.nNOTI'R parrel Ihrouith which there la an M.\NUSCRIPT COVERS-41 1 1per

of the O.S.O. (y, taken there last Sunday. 'F. F. Stump. Col. Stump and vllle, Ohio; I Of 'PP'.lr'TIO" FOil I existing F.v. of mate FratVI. Road.Blk S Kx. W' 1(4 10O nUABFOKD COUNTY

r l was a Starke visitor H. G. Connor, of Lakeland arrived wife are enroute to Miami where Filed It In appearing the Circuit by Court sworn petition TAX l)tOKI> fr.. Ward City. Nee :7. Twp. 7 H. TELKGRAril.
of Klor-
L C,.... Itll' ::10 F. ,
le and Mr. and Mrs. In Starke Wednesday and they spend a vacation each year. Ida. Eighth Judicial' Circuit In and NOTK-B DHFTNELIYO't(11Vli( .... .... .
'
for Uradford County, Florida, Lot 7 of Hlk ft Ward City Sco. .d"w .- "'; 0I
{Wear visited the new will make his home for the time Mrs. O. W. Alderman returned Marie A. Thomas In by That J. J. Jones. holder of part of (. T S. Itg 30 M. if ifk
that certain Tax Certificate 'l''tp'l
Jacksonville. with his Monday afternoon : No. 199! l Issued the 'town i' of : .
hiding In being son-tn-law and from Tallahassee cause therein pending wherein 7th day of August A. P. has Lawtey H of
r
) Visit with Mrs. ShellleU daughter, Mr. and Mrs. James F. where she visited her Marie Henry A.8.Thomas Thomas Is defendant.plaintiff and filed: same In my office I 1831.und hoe H.Hy itg.In 23 Sees.B. 23. :24. 24, !1:6.! Twp. ft.

t fam ly. G. W. Smith Hollingsworth. M'r.'' Connor la a daughters, Mrs. O. C. White. Mrs. the residence. J.a .. .' n1 that snld be made Issued application thereon for laid it .tax certificate deed to Pmt U. Town of '.AWl..!, K. ef ,

t. S. C., left this week retired jeweler. S. P. Vandlvlere and Mrs. E. R. Chapman-Hcntt Henry H. Thomas: Comp..ny.Utery la care. of ZMerrttt. embraces In the the following, described ..1i.YR In. 22 Rees.10.: 23, 24, 26, 88. Twp I ft

od. Frank C. Hollingsworth left Marshbum. Place New York, N. Y., or care of fonl., 1 Lot 1In Wnodlawn' Roc 20. Twp
Merrltt-Chapmitn-S I o o t ( K. Rg. 82: H. ...
t Company 10 Ac
hen Dell, of Jacksonthe Tuesday ,on a business trip to Leland Sponholtr student! at Londonderry, Ireland: or tare of WH of NRVJ of SKH Section Xu, loOt 4 of Illk 19, Livingston Trtiby
week-end with Ozark and Daleville, Ala. the University of Florida, spent George' Fuller Company Now York, TowrtShlp containing 7 CO South. Katiire 32: Kast:.. A- ('n'" Addition to Mtarke In W<4
N. Y.I I*. O. Box Acres more- or Ie.. of I
Sec
the week-end or 411. Palnenvllle. NKVi. 18, Twp 4 8. llg. 23TRUBTRICS
to: Hutto. Frank JE. France electrician here with Mr. and Ohio; and It appearing Thu assessment of the sold prop I
u Mrs. Lester ....! rnt\l.t ron erty under the said reitlflcate Issued .
Mrs. Tillman Hutto Sponholts. from said that the : OF l TKRNA'. IM-
n with has accepted a place aa mainten- realdenco and . Bay In Jacksonville ance man for Blanding Center Friends of Corp. Clifford Hazen : Dohschn or Lily Dobnchm Thomas Unless said certificate shall beredeemed n. FLOIt1DA PHONOGRAPH

e" Denmark. Inc Mr. and Mrs. France, formerly will be interested to know that : l.nl'It>.further Box 411, Palnesvllle,mO : property described according UI..r..hw11 to law, the be I.By I.'A Fund.' J. Thomas Agent Trustee "
appearing slid : County. It ,
la vacationk he has joined the sold to the highest bidder at the Bradford RECORDS
Herlong I of Plttsburgr, Pa., now of Army Air worn petition that the reliefouorht courthouse. door .
.
In Leesburg.: : Gainesville are looking for Corps and Is stationed at Orlando. therein la for an order .set- In on the first Moo.day ;
: living tine aside and vacating the final the month of April, 11I41. Large Assortment I ?
7N I Lambe and her sister I quarters in Starke. Mra. Walter Silcox. Mrs. Alice decree of divorce entered In that which Dated. In this the 6th 4th day of of April. 1943.! IX: rO.TFI.OIUI"I ciurt) IT COl'IIT, III'\UFOIII.IN I-II\N.
day March
1943.:
lie D. Sullivan are' Mrs. I. P. Shepherd was in Jenkins and Miss Geraldine Sll wherein certain cause Henry S. therein Thomas' It pending (OFFICIAL. NEAL' ) A. J. Thomas f RHY. Colombia Victor .
Adele On. the first of the cox: spent Monday afternoon In and Marie plaintiff Clerk of circuit Court of Hradford Martin Enarene Wood lev, Plaintiff!
bnslderable time at' St. week A. Thomas In de County Florida. 3-6 4t 3-17 vs. ICffle Woodley, Dufeiulivnt. Case Okeh Bluebird ., t
i So s p 1 tai Jacksonville, where she attended the funeralof Gainesville. I fendant.IT IS. No. 1884.ORDKU. Decca eLarge

father. James Lambe, a friend. .. Mrs E. J. Dowllnjt. Mrs. Floyd I said THBRRFOnR 8 Thomas ORDERED :Norirt OF PITMLICATIOV.
[ &th"h Henry be and : or 'rri irTHIN FOIL AND NOTICE TU .\l'I'>>AH
Critical condition Mr Jerome Hughes Is visiting Green, Miss Helen Dowllng and he I ana hereby required T\X ItKKUNrna STATE OF FLORIDA to: Kfflit' Selection of '.
1 Miss to appear to the Hld petition In < .. Illll IVs. 1tt.1 Wood ley. whose residence I" UNO r
if. Barefoot Miss Sara relatives In Miami. Betty Green were shopping the office of the Clerk of the Circuit NOTICE] IH IIRHKIIY' O1VEN. Mouth wentworth Avenue, Chicago Clasalcala I'opulara ,
Keen Mrs.. Tim Jordan has as her in Jacksonville Wednesday.E. Court for Bradford County That II. M. Mitchell holder of part Illinois.
Miss Patsy
nd Florida In Starke on Monday April, of Tax Certificate: No. 199 Issued You are to !Mail\ Orders Given
J.
appear on
lay afternoon In Lakers. guest Mra Pat Gallo of New Flynn and George Flynn 8. 194j: either In person or by attorney the 7th day of August A. D 1939 April 8th, I ..1.\h\;: : above nnm-
S. A. Barefoot and York, whose husband is stationedat received word this week that their and thereafter make. such has. tiled same. In my office iind has ed Court and, cause, whereinMain.- '-romp&ttentlon
nephew, Sherrtll : defense an he may desire In accordance made .application. for ... tax deed to tiff seeks ..1Itorc.lrIL"ford l C'ounty
, i Darby. Camp Blanding. Maeger for with law.. be 'Issued' thereon. Ha hi certificateembracow Telegraph .shall publish this Order 1

.. .. .. .. merly of South Jacksonville anda IT 18 FURTHER ORDERED thAt the following described In next four weekly 1.""",,. I '
........... "" ,."ii JLjijije the said In
i --- '" = == =gJljut.jet 3rd Class Radioman In the Llly A. Dobarha or Lily i property the County of Hrailforil, Witness my hand and' official REAMSI
= DobHcho. Thomas be and nho Is. State. of Florida. to-wlt' : seal at Htarke, Florida this March E. L.
FUNERAL DIRECTOR Navy, lost his life when the U. S. herein and hereby required to appear I Wt4 of NW' !% of 'RH'4' Kxcept. :S f 4th 19n.HWFIl'IAf.. SID W. University... 1
destroyer Truxton was lost in a to the said petition In theoffice i Acren I In Mw Suction 20 SPALl) A. J. Thomas
nv Year Experience Makes It Possible for Me to Render of the Clerk of the Cir-ult Township 7 "rh.1: =nK Si Kant, As Clerk of said Court. 3-8., .i-si OAIKKHVIIJLK.' 11.1'\.
storm off the coast of Newfoundland Court for Bradford County, FlorIda containing ID acres, more or t""". P. llryon King Jacksonville. Via.Atty .
1CIENT, PROMPT and COURTEOUS SERVICE last week.. In Starke on Monday, April N, The assessment. nf the .said prop for Plf,
lI142. either In person or by altar.ney erty under the said
certificate Issued
MODERATE, ,PRlCESDeWITI' Mrs. J. L. Peek has returned to and thereafter mnlce. Huch defense was. In tho name of Unknown.- --- "-'--- .- ----- ---- .

C. ,JONES Starke after attendingthe fun- ati with she law.may desire In accordance Unless I said according certificate to law.shall the berndnomeil "

Starke, Florida eral of her mother, Mra. Elizabeth IT 18 FURTHER ORDTIRnn that. property desnrlb: therein will bn INSURANCE ANDBOND'S
Short Otwell, in West Palm the Clerk of the Circuit Court In sold to the hlKhest, bidder at the r'
and for Bradford County Klurldii, ,hoiinndoor on the first Mon,
Beach the first of the week. Mrs. .shall mull.. copy of thin notice by April 1942, .'
aaaYwa.WNYIWUYNYAYNIIYAWIYWWWIIIWIIIAWIWaINYWIAYIWWN1114YY"" ., '' W,..., ..., .ItUUUIUUUHlUK. Otwell was 93 years of age and .n"I:1d. States mall with postage R.r.cnl"t. the 8''hntJ'.yo: April. 1943
to said Henry H. Thomas .Dated thin 4th day of March I
died in a Jacksonville hospital as and I.lly A. Dobschn. or Lily l>ubscha 1143. HAROLD C. WALL AGENCY
the result of Injuries received In Thomas .at weir of the above (OFFICIAL. 8RAI) .t. J. Thomas. .
I addresses within ten duvrf after theentry Clerk' of Circuit Court of IIr.U"r.t
loriJa 5healre a fall. of this order, Mm date.. nf County Florida. :11-8 4t 3-7
,such mailing to be, noted on the -
Among the
out of town relatives docket.IT Constant Service Over 50 Years
and friends here Tuesday IS I% rmrrrr coi ..T. nil ,UFOlin

I attending the funeral of Mrs. tills Notice FURTHER to Appear.ORDB11KD b" publlnhxdonce Mint (4't111el RV.'*', FLUItlDAl IM: CIIANClarence ,

Bonita Jones,were: Mrs. Nina Lip- tlve weeks each week In the for Bradford four '.on..u.County Llllah. 'Chlttomlon.. Plaintiff. vs. Please Phone 146 Starke
rhlttenden. Defendant. Cuss
Saturday March 6 7 Ii ford of Green Cove Telegraph,
Friday, Charley Rich In Bradford newspaprr piibllKhod: No. IKtlHoitnun.
ard and County Klorld.i. op ppnLifATiON
DOUBLE FEATURE daughter Mra. D. Hay DUNE AND OKl5pRFn In Cham AND NOT10K TO APPKAU
nes, of Miami; Mrs. Wynton Car bare at Ualnesvllle, Klnrldn.I this. STATR OF FLOIIIDA to: Llllah '

"NEW YORK TOWN"With ter, Miss Emmie Helberger, Mrs. 4th day of March A., A.7.. Adklim.Ailklns 1>, 1 1842.. chlttenden whose residence In 842 "'iJmI"Jr.Mi\'Imrg"m'Y.' II1 01 I
Juniper

Fred. MacMurray, Mary Martin I John, Mm.Euwodsi S. S.Mrs.Averltt.Bruce Mr.Norman and- Ida Attorneys& Arnow. for, :(lalnoevllln Petitioner>. ..Jndge.Flu* April You 6th.are.street., 1142 remilreij:. Atlnnts In .the to above appear Oeorgla.nam on RITZ i THEATRE

"TRAGEDY AT MIDNIGHT"With Mrs. Arthur Darby Jones all of 3-6 5t 4.1F rirfC seeks and:divorce'IlrndfnrtCounty rauite; wherein pluln-\: ,

Jacksonville; Mrs. Morgan Rlch- Telegraph shall piihllsh. this. Order
arde Mrs. YOTICE Apriir.no, In next four weekly Issues. .
Annie Rlchurde
of the
John Howard Margaret Lindsay FOR TAX OKFKSenate : Witness my hand amt official
March 7 >OUnLK FEATURE
State Farm. Judge A. ( seal at Saturday, -,
V. Long, Bill No. HU> i Mtarke Florida this March i.
Col. Thomas MOTIC'H IS. HKWICHY alVRN, Mb. 1942.OKFICIAL.
FeUding Miss Elise
"PRAIRIE STRANGER Ii;
that F. M. Packham holder of let\ ( 8RAL) J. Thomas
MIDNIGHT SATURDAY MARCIi'7THSunday Jones, DeWItt C. Jones all of Certificates numbered respectively. As Clerk of said ( nllrt. -. 4t 3-27 With Charles Starrett

Monday March 8 9 Gainesville; Mrs. C. R. Jones of 61 .Issued the 7th.. day of Hept.. John 8. Coulex, Jncksonvllle, Flu,
A. U. for Plf '
I 1916 430 and 412 IHNIKH! the Ally i
HENRY"With !
"LIFE WITH
New Orleans, La. 2nd., day of September. \. l>. 1935; -
On" = Mr. and Mra H. and 171 Issued the 7th day. of AUK Jackie
[They Died With Their Boots A. Bishop and ? IN Cooper
A. D. 1931. has filed name In my ; IT CON sir.I" \i>foru> j
daughters, Mrs. W,' C. Powell and office ant has. made. application l'Oury. FLORIUAi IN t'u.t9.

With Errol l Flynn Olivia de Havilland I Mlas Nina Bishop,. spent several for Said tax certificates deed to. be respectively Issued. thereon. I.I C'I"la., Mae Y. M.."... J>Plaintiff vs. Mel. Sunday, Monday, March, 8. 9 .

days in Atlanta Ga., last week. the following described prop embrace vln L. Mette. Defendant Case, No. ( :-: {
"MR. HUG GOES TO TOWN"FlelscITer :
I The object of their erties I In the County r.f: Uradford 184 ;
stay to
March 10 11 12 was State of Florlda-to-wilt. .. OHDEIt OK plinLlPATTONANI t :
Jesday, Wednesday, Thursday, ,. : : Feature Cartoon I
: see a noted heart specialist. as cots 10..2.1;' In ,.Woo NOTKMfJ Tn APPEAR!! .
I Mrs; Bishop has' not been well Twp. 6, 8. It. 2Z< ":.. containing 20 ftTATK OK FIXltII to: Melvin 1
4/HOLDBACK'THE DAWN" Acres. more brOesH Is' K Mette whose residence. Is un \ %, +
; embraced
Wed. March DOUBLE FEATURE
for sometime.' .FrIends here of under k'1nwlI. :r.-ues.o: 10. 1-, ;. :
.. 33 said Certificate No. 53. a ,
Xe. + t ** Mr ."nf hop >reght'to.know that Lot" 8 HlkwtO Unroln City ,You are 'rnr ulrwd.appear. on l": .- '"RAGS TO ": '\ '' I I {
1r': RICHES,1 J
.With Charles Boyer Olivia de Havilland Sec. 32 88. R. :32: R,, Is em- April' 8th., 1942. In the' above named :
I she will have to remain in bed braced unfe.: ...hl..c..UUcat.. Na Court and cause. wherein plaintiff With Alan Baxter and Mary Carlisle 1:1 ,
seek "
divorce of
Paulette GoddardAIaNAAImANMneNMNaAAN..aIANMI1RalAaLlA for a month. 430. and custody
Lots 1, 4: R, 7. R *nik 13: Lincoln children H r a.I' o rd' County t 4
NIIMaIIepl9AaAgaM11119AAInAnannAnnnk'. Friends here regret. to know City Sec. 32: Twp. 6 H R. J2 13., Is Telegraph shall publish. this' Order No. 2-"DANCING ON A DIME"
that. Mrs. Lois .Johns, efficient embraced under said certificate }Y0. In next four weekly Issues, .
Witness my hand and official With Grace McDonald, Robt. Paige ,
telephone operator, is 111 with. a 432.Lots tS 4 of nik-"T Lincoln' City seal. at Htarke Florida, I thin March I I I''
severe cold. Sec.. 33 Twp. 6 8. II. 23 PL. IH em 6th.OFFICIAL 1942. March 13 DOUBLE FEATURENo. (:
Thurs. Fri.
braced Under: said certificate, No Rf AJ.) A.T.: ThomasAs 12. -
NAT; SEZ: 171. y Clerk of said court a.8 4t S-27 ;.
k The nssesument of the said proerty (>. A. 8tenhenH' Jacksonville Fla. "WAGONS WESTWARD" ;
Back In the old day. 99 Political tinder .said certificate No. E3: Atty. for Plf. : +
: ; good was In the name of H. fl. Potter With Cheater Morrf, Ona Htm on. Anita Louise, Ceo. Gabby ,r

percent of all men changed to AnnouncementsFOR The assessment of the sold prop.erty NITIC'E' Hayes. Buck Jones 'u; '
/ high shoe and long underwear aaBOOO under said certificates No. 430 1942
and 432 were In the name of Un nrtAi>Ff>nn (ouN"i''rj.J; } ..h \.
'" !( as cold weather let In. COUNTY rO"'IIlIOllER: known; The assessment ot the saidproperty NOTICE IH III3RR1IY O1VI8N No. "SECOND CHORUS"With

I l For the few most of DISTRICT 1 under said certificate. No. that pursuant to section 9 ofchapter Fred Antatre. Paulette Goddard
past year 171 .
wasIn the name of Rhetta 1M296. Laws of Florida' ,
shunned that sort of apparel.It I hereby announce myself a Cummlng Arts nf 1<)37. known us the MURPHY -
tin candidate foe the office of County UnJee said Certificates shall be ACT, the following described I fDi'

Just wasn't being done. Couldn'tlook CommlHMloner for Olntrlit No. 1 _______________________.m_
like an ad In Esquire unless (Ijiwtey. District). subject to the
wfll of the qualified elector of
your shorts were abbreviated. I thin district. I PromUlnir. H elected

too, was no exception. This week, ''that I will at all times work for
bent merest of dintrlct and
the my
I surrendered. From now on, come the county an a whole. I will appreciate | -

winter, It's long handles for me. I your Sincerely vote T.and T., Blackburn.support. GET YOUR WHEEL ALIGNMENT



NUINE MEXICAN HUARACHES FOR COOYTY COMMISSIONER!
DISTRICT :9
,
I hereby Announce tny candidacyfor CHECKED
re-election to the Office of
County Commlmiloner, District Number -
2. North Htarke Preclmt./ ub-
lect. to the Democratic PrimarieslM
''n
solicit the vote and support
of all of the qualified. voter. In ABSOLUTELY
f'' aid District promleln if electedto ,
,
1 continue my host effort In behalf I'/-, "AO'" -
of the dlntrlct and the Countyat

larlr" W.., Mitch Edward. -. "- -


.wa 'y 1 Wwat FOR- COI' TV COMMMIIOIERIIMTIUCT

I take this method 1 of announcing .- FREE -I IBY

t the Office my candidacy of County for Commle.lonerof election to -

nistrlrt Number 1 1. Lnwtey Precinct '-
I subject to the Democrat
I>Primaries In May. I will apprerlate .
the vote and .upport of the I

promising qualified Ifteelected toygivelrmy THE NEW SUPER-ACCURATE LIGHT-BEAM

best services to my district and
the County at lar.
P. D. I"ddlah. METHOD

White or Tan- Low Heels or

Medium Heels Our Price FOR COITNTV rO"'MIJlJIOlERDUTRI(..... S STEERING QUICKLY CHECKED WHILE YOU

I wish to announce my randl-' .
ducjr" for election to the office of
$2.45 County Commissioner' of District WAIT

clnctbeeubject'toothe willkofPthevoter. .

In the Democratic PrimariesIn '
May. I solicit the active support -
and the vote of all qualified THE THOMPSON MAGNALINER
You Should Try Wearing voters In paid' district.
If elected I promise to continueto .
give mr beet efforts to the In.
COOPER'SJOCKEY terest of District' Three and the

UNDERWEARShorts County. at large.- SAVE FOR DEFENSEIf

FOR COtTMTV: COMMISSIONER:
DISTRICT! 4

Midway Longs To the Voters District' of Vjimh.r County. Foncnrnprlslna Tommlesloner .. You Can't Buy New Tires, Let Us Save Your Old Ones. Our New '


Very Comfortable and Supporting flounce. Precincts Graham.: Hampton I fohe legion and Machinery Points Out The Trouble. Our Experienced Mechanics Cure It.

Shorts and Midway _________________ 60e to the mv Office Candidacy of Ct.iinty Commlj.sloner Free. Camber
Dlitrlct Number Four sub. Have Your Tires Checked Today, Absolutely Base King

[Jockey Longs _____ $1.00 trot 'o the. will of the Voter In
--------------- and
'In May. Toe Front Rear Tires
Radius
the Democratic Primaries Pin Slant Turning . .
If elected I promise to continue .
alve my best effort to the office.
The vote and active support of all Wheel Balancing
voters In the District will be ap.preclated -
COMPLETE LINE OF .


EN'S AND BOY'S SPORT SHIRTSLong FOR 'Of"'V f"n"'IO''ER T. C.' Chaataln. ROBERTS MOTORSDODGE w

DISTRICT J. P.
Sleeves and Short Sleeves
I h"rer>r announce my ndlday
for election. to the office of CountyR'v

Priced from $1 to $2.50TERNBERG'S an4nRrn' k PreelnctV e' subject Nrw"- i

to the will of the IJenWratlcvnrers AND PLYMOUTH AGENCY
.In the Primaries In May. Isllr't h
the vote and active support
nr sit the; voter 'In the district Starke, Florida
I promising If elected to coetlnue to
..'v m" bes efforts to the wl..
,.-. -, the district and the Countyat
Urge.
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lIt:' : FARMERS' SECTION THERESSA WITH OUR FARMERS dozen Mr. eggs a Week,"
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III By :II... It. D. May cldkitan-one: Stokes ha, aIrft!

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-+ .n Mr. and Mrs.: : John Jordan of BH* HeBlanding thinks (,

RURAL HINTS FOR TIlE Palatka visited frIends here last Ben Holtzendorf, who has been the Pan American railroad keep- and the pypbpled
Monday.Mrs. on the Starke police force for the Ing up the railroad lines, and farming In

COMMON SENSE. HOUSEHOLD Mildred Burke of Green past four years, lived on a 65- building docks and Jetties-.a n d badly. I have 0h

Cove Springs was the guest of acre farm near town for the 12 building railroad lines to their toot of land In onus

o EVERY FARMER MUST HELP TO SHEET BUYERSBy ICI I l l lu I N her father D. J. Phillips, last years previous to this time. He farms. are men working tray JUI'

1'4; When all our people give their Clarine Belcher week. still owns the property which has While ha lived In Mexico, he Camp on the WPA out

utmost, whole-hearted effort to a Extension Textile Specialist WASHINGTONWashington Miss MarjorIe Hall was shop 40 acres cleared. married a dark-eyed senorita, and farms and COUld nay

:t 135 cause, there's not much doubt Many Florida home-makers findIt ping In Gainesville Saturday. While he uses the 40 mostly. baa two sons-J. C. Prather, supt. they would quit

,1 about how the effort Is coming difficult to decide whether it Johnnie Jones of Savannah. Ga, for pasture land for his ten cat of the Lynch mines In Lynch, Ky., I and get to"When work 04 pldB1(

4, e out. In fact, the old saying, "The pays to make sheets at home. D. C. (NWNS)-President was visiting relative here last tle, two soave and horse, be also and John William Prather, civil I was WorkJ It1
1 ,1 f sky's the limit," would apply to Actual cash saving for each sheet I Roosevelt his cabinet members week. expects raise this year, in addition engineer of Los Angeles, Calif. farm, the man for
.
what can be done under these made at home Is approximately and other leading government to oats and rye for pasture, working Bald ids

circumstances with more accuracy 10 cento. Often better quality officials seem to be through mollycoddling :Mrs Laura Hall was the Kinchen guestof corn, peanuts, velvet beans and a W. A. Stokes lives about a disgusted and quit, -8t

',!,,1 4y y than any other comment fabric is bought to make sheets the people of the nation. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene I good deal of graden stuff, some got stuck on 20(
With everyone dolpg his' bit, than lo purchased in ready-made Until recently messages to the of Starke Thursday. ,of which will be for the market. quarter of a mile north of the He didn't 8cre r
public have carried more or less of a IA G. Sibley of Putnam Hall wasa Seaboard depot, and while he '
s doing all he can do for a common :ones; consequently It la thought Mr. Holtzendorf Is a Bradford He trucked them'ern
"victory! is sure" theme-with accompanying guest of his son, E. S. Sibley, does little farming at the up to
,, catiM- thing that once seem I that home-made sheets wear bet countian, lives In Starke with his very markets and '

e ed just about Impossible can be ter. Like qualities in ready and I citing the need qualifications for sacrifice vaguely, hard Wednesday. wife and hla son, Ben Jr., who ia present time, he has been a farmer expenses." didn't
1 .i: achieve with almost unbelievable home-made sheets will give equal work and unity. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Herwy' In the 8th grade in BHS. all his life. He was born In
tf were visiting relatives I in Lake Charlton. Georgia
county comingto
end ,
facility. wear. Now the theme has become more -
.f ". ''it. All ti people"01 tae United Which will'wear longer, bleach- frightening "defeat Is possible" Butler over the wee- iiu. Bradford county when only RISING
.A.' I ', and Clyde HallfWre L. E.r Bobzln- who came to By Mrs
Sullivan .
three old.
or four Jetlenn
t States vare joffif-vartngi'ng' into' a ed *"unbleached'"eheettngaIs< a -theme accompanied by explanations years I
: or
; an ,Clarke. tarke thia time Npvember IS: and '
of the- power of the'enemy: ; and the alananesa ;visltprs Ha ''
1'n gigantic concerted'effort for one women ask.: 'If I lived on a farm In St. Johnscounty Mr.
I; Question many absolute necessity of our performing Saturday.Mr. opened up'hIs pop-corn wagon on and Mrs. Wood ,!
: 1}' cause-.the winning of this war whiteness, smoothness, and resistance that "miracle of production" if and Mrs. Eugene Kinchenof the corner of Call and Thompson for six years, and farmed of Brooker were

k l't'u' 'j/n," and the defense and preservation: to soil are qualities moat we hope to win.Government Starke visited friends here lutTbul'lldny. streets, la an old-time Bradford near Brooker for three years be- Thomas' parents, it hap,. '.
1 of -and the. plrlt of bleach fore coming to Starke. For more
democracy desired, buy commercially officials are still County farmer, having farmed his Emery Lewis, Sunday
this effort'and the strength and and the than a now, he has been do- '
If L'' ed sheets. If strength wear- unanimous in conviction that the year Mrs. J.
Mr. and Mrs. C. Sullivan were 20 acres 2 1-2 miles northeast of E. ]
.,:,1 ; f energy we exert in it-will determine ability are the first considerationfor war 'will be won by the United Na- ing road construction work for day of Norman to
+ business visitors in Gainesvillelast Starke from 192 -1929. last
j t f' how quickly! and how effectively sheets, it might pay to buy tions, but they realize It is going to the WPA at Camp Blanding; "butI side of her Week to vii
call for a lot more effort by the Saturday. Mr. Bobzln and his son lived daughter]
1l we will achIeve' oi/r aim. I unbleached muslin. Attempts at have farmed all my life. I ;just ,
tt. gene of Lithia
:lyyf: .. That we will achieve if'is certain, homo bleaching, other than allotting people than has been demonstratedso on and cultivated the farm durIng take these odd Jobs once in a-
far. They are no longer in a Mr. and
\\1"( ," .':, ,that we can astonish ourselves the muslin to whiten gradually mood to tolerate labor troubles, Deeds Filed those five years, since which while, he said. were Mrs. jaffl-j
with the speed with which we do with week after time he has been in practically visiting Mr* N
: laundering self-centered activities of the
At
//I ; pressure :Maria Miller widowof present 'merely raises ents, Mr. and Mil
!> achieve it. Jf we get right down avoided. etc. which slow Magdalena every state west of the Mississippi Mrs.
,1 j week, are to be groups, up produc- a good garden on a half-acre of Lake
tion. And will Archie Fisher Miller, to G. C. river, he said. "I wouldn't Butler Sunday
't r to work is juat as certain. they no longer give
; Unsized heavy weight muslin is land near the depot. "I have
rf' Edwards and wife Elva Lee Ed- a Mrs. Laura Jacksaj"sonville
To do its part in this great consumer interests much consideration trade that land for any land In '
''A movement to win the war, American the most durable of all sheeting. when they conflict with the Interests wards, Feb. 21; L. D. Vinlng and Bradford county, but It is hard general garden for my own use," was visiting jj"
Although other grades which are of the he saId. "I sold some okra last James
war Norman
program.To
t Agriculture of It-must Charlie Lou Vining his wife to to get at. We need more graded last vets!
I s : smoother and finer may be impress the public with the Alice Marie Kelly and Amanda roads." year, but have not -Bold'anything Everybody is i tnrftty
come through 100 percent in producing bought at a higher price, they size of the Job we have to do, the Crosby Feb. 21; J. W. McCall and yet this year. I have 25 laying services at
"In 1929 Corlnn'j
';- the amounts of food and we sold $IMO worth
?
will not wear as long. Considerthe fact is being stressed that we must hens, and sell about six or seven Church
wife Sarah McCall to William Sunday
: I other essentials it has been asked thread count of the fabric, think of winning the war in termsof of strawberries he said. "If they I Marchi

: I' to produce. And this means that number of offensive action and not defense. Edward Lawson, Feb. 24; D. C. ever out a graded road out there. 6" '--_,.-._._ ",n
: Florida farmers must do their that ia, the yarns per This was made clear when In reply Akers and Alva S. Akers, his I want to build." While be was
;
,t s3,If; 'i part, along with the farmers of inch running both lengthwise and to criticism that our coast linn wife, of Duval County, to Alva S. gone he said, somebody stole rtls I
sheets satisfactory
jt.: f., the other 47 states of the, Na- crostrwlse. Muslin have are not well protected Secretaryof Akers, wife of D. C. Akers Feb. house, barn, chicken. house, two Prompt Service Careful !
for everyday use a War Stlmson said: 24 A.
lion. AU the zarmers in an me ; R. Clriffta and wife. Mamie pumps and even pulled the pipe I
thread count ranging from vu 10 "The only way to end the war is
states must do their part and the to take the offensive! and to take it Griff, to Melvin Griff, and out of the ground from one of
80 In the warp, and from 61 to
national will be achieved. wife. Clara Griff, Feb. 25; L A. the wollu. He his Starke
rx goal 70 In the filling' as vigorously!; as possible. We are lives alone, Taxi Servi
fir J Industry has been assigned its building an offensive force on the Davis and wife, Lee Ferryman wife having died in 1933.
Size ot''the, sheet affects' its Davlo. to Joa.' E. Wilson and wife
task of producing .planet!, ships, land and in the'atr.: and we shaU' ,
t'i tanks, gun, and other machines woarlng' quaJltlC8. /iA ,lpng sheet seize every; opportunity for attack* Dea' Weeks Wilson.''Feb. 29; N. W. C. Prather 76 years youngon Locally Owned and Opeated
receives lean strain than short and utilize for
and weapons of war, and no one a every opportunity M. Edwards and Bail Edwards Washington's birthday came

1 will deny that its task Is a gigantic one. The most satisfactory length surprise. his wife, to R. V. Coleman. Lake to Starke In 1923 from an 80-acre
lo 108 inches. Although sheets "W have got to be prepared City. Feb. 20 C. H. Clark Phone 150
?, one. And all of American also" he said, "for thoughtless ; and farm near Decatur, Ill. He has
LM y Industry-all the machines and may be bought which are ninety pressure by; our public to string out wife. Lizzie Clark, to A. J. done carpenter 'work to a great

the men at the machines ex- inches or leas, these short ones our defenses pressure which if Thomas, Feb. 26. extent since coming: here, although Day N

:iYptr pected to do its part. should be avoided. Common ;yielded to would be the surest way he farms intensively on

eA And so It ia with the farmers, widths, are 63 Inches for single, of losing the war that I know of. Building PermitsPark an acre of grbund at his home on
i too. When' Florida farmers are 72 inches for twin or threequarter "We have got to be prepared to the corner of Washington avenue

} told that certain amounts of various and 81 or 90 Inches for take sporadic attacks, and the only Theatre, by W. N. Carna- and Willow street.
n double beds. Bargain sheets are way to end them is to mass ourforces
foods and other slon Feb. 26, $8,000 for the
crops are pur- Last year he raised Irish
to take pota-
effective action The World's News Seen
often smaller than standard.An Through
needed In the war effort and pose of installing air conditioning
{ area agalast the enemy.; toes, henna, lettuce, tomatoes,
asked to produce their propor- adequate number of sheets "You must remember that In this unit-Installing well on the cabbage and beets. "I used to THE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITOR!

tionate share, it moans that all i Is Important. Allow six; sheets for war we have not got anybody in Eu- property line..of Freeman Regis- peddle stuff but I have had so At IntenHtiorul
;of them are asked to take partIn each bed for greatest convenienceand rope holding Germany; behind a ter and :Mrs A. A. Durden; Ben much carpenter work that I Daily Nrwspa
f the drive to achieve their state service. This number meets front line. We cannot produce our HaJJ Feb. 21, building for L. A. couldn't. I sell it to people when Is Truthful-Con tr etv -Unt>7_
r l goal. It means that every farmer emergencies and gives a rest be- way out of the war. We cannot Davis, on lot 2 of block E In 'they come after it," he said Sat Um-Editorials Are Timely mad Instructive and Ia D.Feature. .)I
EVERY farmer ia tween laundering, which increases buy our way out. We can only; Pinehurst subdivision frame Together with the Weekly Magazine Section 101..|
? 'd yes being fight out by hard, Intelligent fight residence urday. In addition to his garden, the Monitor an Ideal N w p.per for the Horns
a asked to raise a home garden If durability. ing. 27x44 f e.: t. $3,400; Ben Mr. Prather baa 100 chickens, -

Jio can, that every farmer whocan The come suggestions should "This does not mean that defensive Hail, Feb. 27, building for L. A. from which he sells about 10 The Christian Science Publishing Society;

plant more peanuts is being be followed I n selecting pillow efforts will not be made to protect Davis, on lot 10 of block D in dozen eggs a week. On., Norway Street, Boston MowaciiiiMtuPrice .

4t. anted to plant more, and thatevery cases. the country as far as they; can Pinehurst s u b d ivlsion Feb. 27, :Mr. Prather has bad an interesting 12.00 Yearly or $1.00 a Month.

;."fit' / farmer is being' asked to I be made without destroying our frame residence 29x34 $3,500; past, having lived from Saturday IUIM, including Magazine Section, f 2.60 a Yew

.', e ia.no an active pan in me war trikina farces. Lacy Conway. Feb. 27, building 1899 to ;1914 in Mexico where he Introductory Offer, 6 Saturday Issues 2) Cents

r time program to do something, The other fellow can't do someoneelse's .. By shifting(our 'thinking toward.4fepdveacitonand on Temple avenue a one-story worked with'a' railroad bridge Nam.........'_..--,n. n.
i ,to do his part. share In this program, by emphasizing frame building to be
used
The needs ,are so pressing, and for ,be.has.all ''he::can ,do, to do eporadtokttscks"until: that'' we may; have,such"to action take as sleeping' rodm,18x16.f on hIs maleem- gang.In Guatemala. Fr9m 3&l4! 'and to 1923'Honduras be was, AdJr'. s. r,, T',.........*,_........ --.----... ".

ff/ I the matter Is such a serious! .' one: his: ownv-jHowv: J i 1& Uhe i time to U effective',' Mri Stimson, and other' .Ploy a--t.2 : 'March< '2. 3:" M. Central .America!;' working with SAMPLE COPY ON REQUEST

: '1 ($bat no farmer is expected nor swing into llne'wtth the work assigned -' government spokesmen are be- Edwards, building concrete residence the United Fruit Company and
s wan he afford to leave it up to to us. It must be done. lieved to have done much to give 24x26 on the corner of

others to fulfill the goals that If everybody does his part, it will :he public a new realization of the Bay and Jefferson streets, $2,000;
.: havo be done. It MUST be done. task that lies before us. J. D.
jri' been assigned to Florida. In addition Seymour, $100, for the purpose -
to showing us the absolute -
need for faster and faster 'of building a garage on his

DR. LEMUEL COLSON production it has also been made property In the Livingston, Truby
Be
| Quick) To TreatBronchitis DENTIST clear that there Is going to be no & Co.; Addition March 2; R. J.

more fooling about the sacrifices Davis, March 2. |100,< remodeling

i OFFICE 129 CALL ST. which the people of this country; will residence on Church street; J. M. ) e ,
E have to make In the near future. Edwards, March 2, to build for I
) ADKINS BUM Last year an effort was being Jos. E.
Wilson
$3,000 concrete
made to do
two "bs fulfill
consumer -
Ss. ;,, ChronJo bronchitis may develop if needs and produce quantities of block home 30x30: : feet on the cor-
:your cough,chest cold
,or acute bron ner of Westmoreland
+ chitis Is not treated and war supplies. That didn't work. and Call
?u,, afford takeachanCewithanymed1 you cannot This year all possible production facilities streets.
ak r cine less potent than Creomulalon AUTO PARTSUSED are being turned over to No. 22. WhereIs

L,, d, which goes right to the seat of the war production-and the productionof
4, trouble to help loosen and expel germ TIRES. (WH HAVE consumer goods .will quickly be The World's .
ti. r laden phlegm and aid nature to YOUR SIZE), GENERATORS cut to bare necessities. We'll probably ,
i soothe and heal raw, .Inflamed AUTO get plenty of the foods neces- Shortest ,
bronchial mucous membranes. GLASS CASH FOR sary for health-but imported foods SIX
Creomulslon blends beechwood CARS AND TRUCKS IN ANY like tea, coffee and cocoa 'will prob-
creosote! by special process with other CONDITION. ably be cut and there will be great River?
time tested medicines for coughs. changes In the packaging of our

It No contains matter no how narcotics. Used Autos $25 up domestic foods. (Example: Baked INCHSERMON
many medicines
bean canners won't get any tin c
you have
tried tell
re
your druggist to
sell you a bottle of Creomulslo with HASKINSAUTO can. Housewives will buy; dried
the understanding beans Instead and bake them themselves -
you must like the
war it quickly allays the cough, pert PARTS .)
mlttlnsr rest and sleep, or you are to North of Town on Road IS Clothing 'will be supplied, but the
have your money back. (Adv.) production of clothes will be greatly
decreased. .tvl.i will ha limited-
materials will be-reduced-In-weight REV. ROBERT H. HARPERDiscnrrrinK

W. T. CLUTE-REALTOR and quality. Most luxuries will be 1
sidetracked snd delivered
to the
3'! F. II. A. LOANS eonsumer only In cases where they Alcohol.Lfiwn .Why People" Drink Beverage

0 We don't require war materials where
want the listing on your property they don't interfere with war trans- for March 8t Census 4J: 34:
,i We have some wonderful portation and where they don't require Palm 104: 14, ISt Proverbs 31: ..-.:
properties for sale the type of skilled labor which Eect..iautit 1-3.10, II; Isaiah 56t It;
See us about your Real Estate Needs could be at work on war production. I Corinthians lOl 6, 7. I fl

119 E. CALL STREET PHONE 66 Many things we think of as necessities Golden T."": Proverb* 20: 1, The world's shortest river is formed by>> the flow from ''
now will become scarce or We
may wonder
s ( go off the market. We 'will be drink except: to satisfy why the men ever Falmouth Springs Snwannee County ten miles west

rationed on many food products as of depraved appetite and we craving ma of Live Oak. The water from the great spring flowing
well as on such things as gasoline ask why such a OO.OOO gallons per minute
iP. propaganda for al runs avs out open stream for
SINCLAIR PRODUCTS fuel oil perhaps on clothes and on coholic beverages should be OOO feet, where it
of con S abruptly>> disappears beneath>> the
every; sort mechanical gadget tlnued now when the defenders
1c that is available at alL Rationingwill our nation and of of ground reappearing again three miles away in the
our
Gasoline democracy
Oils, and Fuels take place gradually; -but when certainly need clear heads and Snwannee River at Ellaville. This stream is not only

4 WHEN it come. on any line of goods It 'will steady hands. The present lesson the world's shortest river, but>> is also a river that has
YOU NEED FUELS FOR HEATING be felt immediately!; as it was in undertakes to discover the
GIVE US A RING 110 esse of llrrt' drink M"....... .I..hftl why people happy faculty of running backwards.>> During
1 WE DELIVER Price wil,) probably continue to There' Is- first-;, desire to make ? iriods of heavy rainfall when e

tr rise on some types of goods but a merry, as shown In Genesis. They 'the Snwannee is at flood the .
real effort! la being made to put the who would make life one continual; flow is reversed toward the spriDclR.e's ;
F H. E. TUCKER, Agent clamps on price rises as well as on round of pleasure may think thai
wage Increases. Both are too apt drink Is essentiaL In
Psalm
For Sinclair Refining Co. to invite inflation. The price ex- read of the wIne "that maketh glad w.
perts expect the cost of living to go the heart of man." but in Proverbs
Phone 158 Starke PIa.I up a little higher before the year is we find the advice of King Lemuel tJhflle/litltt fact BUY
i iVrt .:Ner, but It won't continue to soar that it I Is not for kings YNrea
and
is It has In the past ;year. And the to drink wine lest they forget princes the The Popularity el JAX :
thing we will Importedto i
do without law and
pervert '
will probably actually mean do1reased 'are great thing Justice.forgotten So when there a Beer iS A Fad that has been, weU DER {
cost of living but tower '
a man drinks to forget his
;tandard of living, for many /amlies. and misery, as shown In Proverbs poverty earned well-deservedt' This

To drink to forget Is like famous old Drink
opiate to ease taking an Friendship,with t
pain: the
is not affected and when the cause drug its DRY,mellow smoothness golden

9 QUICK RELIEF FROM wears off the pain returns-often sparkle and
zestfully has
with tangy taste
a greeter pang. The
Symptoms ef Distress Arising from man who
b drinks to forget his poverty only won for it a place as a favorite Florida
STOMACH ULCERSDUE adds to his poverty.;
Do The man of whom we read In Ecclesiastes 3 symbol hospitality since: 1914! For

Your Trading EXCESS ACID who "searched In his your pleasure and relaxation.
Free Bookf.nsofHo.MTr. tmflttlut heart how to cheer" his "flesti with ..enjoy
where 6 pieces Rogers Silverware Must Help or It Will Cost You Nothing wine" came to disillusionment ana s; a bottle of JAX Beer today I
,? are vanity In the end. Paul likens lust..
given Over
or certificates. away with every $-10 in trade I TRRATMgNTIutvetmmiultl:two million boU\ftloohb..WILLARD for relief of ing The after evil things unto Idolatry THE JAX BIEWIRG. COMMIT '
desire* to make
Qmptom.ofdl.arl.lna from fttemacl* merry, to for.
YI; Are Kwlerinod UM! Duerimal Uhn due. to Kiww A.M_ get misery, to enjoy beautiful illu JlCKIOIIYIlU FLORIDA '
ID PMT DICMttoo. Seur or tle t _----., lions sU lead
Cclhha.I; SMITH'S CUnlnen, M. H-... ...*.*__....t... and to disappointment
GARAGE due to __ AcM. Hold' sorrow at last And we
on I b da, 'lrl.ll I may: '
8TARKE. FLORIDA Aak. for "W"I""". M......" which fully fittingly: conclude that the reasons cd% I Tune in The KORN KOBBLERS-WM8R .
xptalu IbU .. .. for --
trwumeo*- abstinence and
fl y. -4 KOCH DRUG STORK weigh all the reasons sobriety that Impel out H Tso.I:a F a;wet tit: afit; IU.: y. ..; Ut WM: "s a '_ '''t r1

men to Indulge the appetite for
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Inc. Supplies Bradford Hardware Company Bradford Photo Shop v.>
Fred F. Stump P. S. Stores, Military

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Dave Kelly's Place -

Denmark: Furniture, Company:>> Koch. Drug. Store Ward's- I" Cafe .

Louis Shafkxn
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B. Jacobs' .' Torode Chevrolet Company J. Francis Duguid, Inc.

'!ft;;i a.. M. F. (Mark) Bosticb, Mgr. Rogers Jewelry Army- Store, .
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Harold C. Wall, Agency 1 ;, Guy's. Market '

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Ben Suslow's r' Army. Store. .*. ._ H. E. Tucker, Sinclair AgentGeorge's The Lunch Box J. P. Roberts Motors r


Titus ROrrlgeraUon *: "- House Bradford Engineering Co. '
Commercial Spaghetti
Sistrunk's s Seed& Feed Store .
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Starke ( & Bottling Co.,
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Eastern Auto Supply
The Military,Inn
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Florida Bank At Starke : .
P deal Orange Bus Line Lunch Room Starke Beauty Shoppe
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I I'I'I' '" SCOOPS gossipIt -

r4r:' is a peculiarity cf the human
ri\\i
j ir' -.'; race that most of us consider it a

; feather in our caps to get news __
: first-whether it is war news news (
;J.\\ :;;' 11r of a marriage a birth or a death.

We get rear satisfaction out of telling t'- ,;

il ; \" our neighbors something which v __

I' they haven't yet beard.In I P3c
America It sometimes seemsas A'-, _

Ij' .6}, though we are a nation of news < ,

f" + reporters all out to get "scoop." By L. O. ELLIOTT much more than they usually ,do" I

When a friend asks "Did you hear In civilian life. This demand wiU
what happened to so-and-so?" the President LaSalle Extension undoubtedly greatly Increase during -

J., 1.; ) most disappointing answer. you can UniversityThe the year.

J give is an out and out .y..." American farmer Is entering The farmer's task Is not an easy
desire to be first with the
That
'\ t'' 1942 facing an unusual obligation one. This nation and our allies are
news which used to be confined tt which if met and fulfilled will depending him to supply the
,1' upon
bock fence gossiping about eventsin bring him big rewards. On the one civilian
of popula-
food needs our
f : L the lives of common friends is band is the new government production tion and military forces.
.1: now broadened to Include all of the schedule calling for Increasesof
4 the
to trends
t news of the day-the rumors the more than 10 per cent over last According present
I't.''h bulletins and the news Interpreta. year's record production for nearly farmers will be well paid for this

tions. every crop and for livestock dairy: extra effort. Prices they are receiving

i', !>! ,: Radio, with its opportunity to and poultry products. On the other are now higher than they

'L, speak first in the news field since hand is the shortage of farm labor have been for 12 ;years having risen
is, m it announcement to the will be much nearly 40 per cent on the average
an
can get which beyond a doubt
_: :'; 11";'i" : people a few moments before the more acute this year than last. since a :year ago with some prices Who Wouldn't Come ton Dinner Like This
i noarlv double what they last
< fastest newspaper can be on the Young men are being called to the "' were (See Keclpes Below)
: With-U el) prospective! continuance
( street with it has become the envy colors and the necessity (speedingup year.
'f4." of all go..Ip-land-and many a listener war production in factories plus of Increase in demand. price Accent on Dinner

tunes in for a last-minute the high prevailing wages have taken levels will continue to remain high This Week's Mem
Ii morsel before Joining friends to from the farm and even Increase still more. Special
still men -
more
'It"
,' Dinner Is them8llter meal oltheday
I I1.M and
: whom he or she can say, "Did you labor supply.Demand efforts by government Mixed Fruit Jules
hear the latest?" for foods Is large and is farm leaders may be needed to and as such requires the most masterful Lamb Roost

( ,j" ,. constantly becoming greater. Consumers : keep them from rising too rapidlyor stroke the
,. RADIO tirelessness Sound policiesnow Franconia Potato
too much. price
,.It'i', have larger incomes and aomemaker canal
}\! .. If this war Is going to last for ten more money to spend than ever be : can go a long way toward preventing >ply. With time Carrots
: later which Fruit
collapse
;tlrJ1 '. years as some people predict. one fore. Since fewer civilian manu a : unlimited, this Salad
&tf for Is would bring disaster to the farmer. Spice Bread
of the groups I feel most sorry factured goods are being produceda I master stroke is
't:". ,1 the radio news commentators who larger proportion than usual of On the retail and Industrial fronts Caramel Crumb CWIuj
: have to act panicky about some new I consumer purrhascs: : are essential advances are likewise being recorded. lot so bard to Recipe Given.

I ,I II I I news development every half hour I foods which the farmers have Retail merchants in rural areas bring Into play,

I '. of the day. raised. This demand will continue and in cities are reporting salesof but with days like

',. If the same man reports the news high. 10 per cent to IS per cent more these which are Spice Bread.<<

bulletins every; halt hour for an Government Is also purchasingmore than a year ago. Factories are turnIng Uled to the utmost .
*4 oelieve, that within ItS monttit mad girl In lae United Statrt (Makes 1 quart loaf I
r q every woman < eight-hour day for ten years, he will than ever before. It is buying out 22 per cent more Roods thana pu!
activity -
1:. silt nave Thrra unit b. and with 2& flour
la register. training for officer no marti cups
tampt
More than 20 cent
make a total of 68,400 such an large quantities of food for lend- year ago. per
-- <,1.. : 11 _i for petty tquabbln that threaten loomen'i tear worfc.. nouncements. lease shipment to our allies abroad.It of factory output now consists of of all kinds .4 teaspoons baking pnfc|

Almost an equal amount of sympathy is buying much greater amountsto war materials and this Is expectedto time-saving hints and ideas for dinner H teaspoon salt

- By KATHLEEN NORRISAL WAR IS WORK should be extended to those feed our military forces. Sol rise to 40 per cent or 50 per cent are important. Vt cup sugar

American women American willing hardy souls who plan to_ listen to diers in camp and in the field eat before the end of the year. Planning a meal which_can all *4 teaspoon clnnanoaV
women, are
these announcers' for the duration be baked is both time and money teaspoon nutmeg
to help the coun- even eager, to volunteer who are going to permit their emotions the Defendant Edward B. J.vor- and to show what right. title or
and dropped sky, be and he I.. hereby requiredto interest you nave cir claim In and laving. If you're pinched for silver V teaspoon ground clora |
Thousands be lifted several -
try now. are for war service of one kind or to appear t. the bill of complaint to said property and to show cause. and aluminum for cooking and serving V teaspoon ginger
'enlisting for service any another! But after a little time times a day as the news 'man filed In the above entitled cause, why it should not be taken for the for 1
reports the hourly successes and wherein the Plaintiff seeks to obtain -I uses and purposes set forth In said you can use glasswares cup currants
-q 'service. Nursing, sewing, many of them begin to question failures of all the armies of the a divorce from the Dafendnnt. petition as amended. and this you both the cooking and serving. 2 eggs
Kdward. H. Javomky. on or before are not to omit upon penalty of
those in 1 milk
making bandages, canteen the lulhority of world. Monday. the ath day of April A. being barred of all claim and interest I Today I'm discussing a dinner cup
''work whatever command to demand smartly Some of these listeners may be D. 1942. otherwise the allegations, In and to said lands and of I that is equally adaptable for either Vt cup shorteningSift
entertaining; rewarded by being in on the kill- of the said bill will be taken asconfenfifd having Judgment by default enter- I
each one may do she is eager tailored uniforms at the priceof by being the first in the neighborhood by the said femlant. nil against you. WITNESS my i family or company: dinner. Its Sour before measurkt
it IT J$ FURTHER ORDERED that hands and the official seal of this of those meals that won'tforget sift together flour baking
efficiency to find more the one :you |
to do.: to hear such news as surrender
thlH Order be published once a Court this the 24th day of FebruwryA. -
convenient to plead a previous of the German, Japanese or week for four consecutive weeks in because it's always bound to salt, sugar cinnamoi

I But American women are when thai inevitable Italian forces-but even anticipa. the Bradford County: Telegraph, anewspaper EDWIN D'rl9f2WJLLlAMS. Clerk. be successful from the point of viewof cloves and ginger. Watb indtj
Dot drafted. not engagement tion of being the first to hear such of gan.ral circulation United States District Court Southern currants mix into
They are call comes published In Bradford Co u n ty District of Florida. appetite appeal. ease in serving : dry Ire
!obliged to register state age emergency joyful announcements hardly seems ilorida.LONFJ. Ty L. OlbHon. House, Deputy Clerk. and ease In cooking. Tuck these Add well beaten eggs, mil 4
and find them just "too tired"to sufficient reason to keep the radio : AND ORDERED At !'!Stnrke 2-27 4t 3-20
Ideas where won't gather dust melted shortening to dry I
t and capability, and await the make the effort. War is blasting for months or :years to Florida, this the 25th day of 'eb- they ,
runry. A. D.. 19f1. (or they'll; gather fame more! easily. ents. Stir only until just mid
I.V: CIRCUIT
order to serve. That has been come. COURT BRADFOnDCOUNTY
work-hard work-lor every. (OFFICIAL. SEAL,) A..J. Thoma..l FLORiDA IN CIIAJV- bined. Pour into a greased toil

the procedure with men for one, and Kathleen Norris believes TEMPO 0 0 hungerThe Clerk. J-2T ft S-20 CEHV.Stanford. Lamb Roast. Bake in a moderate I

generations. They expect to that unless women voluntarily chief difficulty with the present i> nnci'iT' ('0()R'r. BRADFORDCOIIVTV. WlgglnH L...Wiggins, Defendant.Plaintiff Case va.Lonie (Serves 8 to 10) oven for about one hour.

,' radio new. let-up is that the FLORIDA IN CIIAN- No. 1S03. S to 8 pound leg'of Iamb ,
obey, take orders, work humbly toe the mark, ther C.R. ORDER OF PUBLICATION Caramel flavoring flirts itt

in the lowest ranks until will have to submit to the draft orders. VH.Mary James Catherine Milton Cooper Cooper Defendant.Plaintiff' ANU NOTICE TO APPBAIt Garlic clove or slice of onion tard lo this dessert Idea. But i
Most of us know we are going to STATE: OF FLORIDA to: Lonie Salt and pepper
they prove their right to promotion and to military regimentation.The have to make all kinds of sacri Cane No. 1553.OlUEIt OF. PUBLICATION Wiggins General. Delivery Jacksonville Have of Jamb boned and especially nice x
a leg \ J I
: bombs won't wait for you fices. We want to help. We wantto ANE: NOTICES TO APPEAR North Carolina. about this one Is
You'are required. to 'appear onAp.'U tied. Wipe with a damp cloth but nke''
z to Ihol. "rubbf'r." And know what we can do. We saywe'll HTATH OK FLORIDA to: James that you tan ,
_ finish 4th. 194. In theabove
,. ; namnd "
Women
volunteer Milton Cooper, whose residence lo not fell the parchmentlike
-
eagerly enough. Is remove
t do anything "when we are Court and cause whereinplain.. it along with the
But presently they question the right the cry of human suffering will asked." Atlanta You are Georgia.required to on tiff.seeks divorce. Bradford County covering over the meaL Rub garlic bread since both p
appear
1* of Mrs. Wilson to give orders; they not be stilled by promises.War But what many of us can't get April :8th.' 1942. In the above named Telegraph In next four shall weekly.publish Issues.this. Order or onion (or onion salt, U you require the same

don't know who ever told Mary: Davis is work, end that work Into our heads Is the fact that we Court seeks and divorce.cause. Bradford wherein. plaintiff Witness. my hand and official have neither of those) over the oven tempera.

that she was bois. They want must be done note! may not be a.ked-that we must Telegraph. Khali publish this County Order seal at Htarke. Florida. this February neat then rub salt and pepper. ture. Custard's beet baked tab
12th.
becoming uniform; and I have figure; out for ourselves what we In next: four weekly Issues. 1942 Bake In a slow (300-degree) oven,
4i Witness OFFICIAL SEAL) A.:1.: ThomasAs vidual and the custard ted
can do. Mr. Roosevelt and his many my hand and official cups
bard, lately of many who would neat Clerk of said Court. 2-13 4t a-. allowing 30 to 35 minutes to the
at
If draft Htarke Florida this 26th.,, the dessert platen
they women our sex will! assistants are working day and Jones. K. Bryant Jacksonville I Fl.... onto
:Dot report for duty until they: got learn more about discipline and authority night to formulate A, B. C plans of dny(OFFICIAL of February KKAI.: ) 1948.A. J. Thomas Atty. fur Plf. pound. If a heat resistant glass ready to serve:

_ '. that uniform. When an emergency in six weeks than most of us just what the people can do-but As Clerk of raid Court. 2-27 4t 3.20 platter is used the lamb may be

can came for certain others who experience in a lifetime. Life to that doesn't mean we should wait n. A. HtephqnB, Starke Florida IN: nnrriT count. BRADFORDCOUNTY. 'served from that.Franconia. Caramel Crumb CuUrl
_ had taken until the laid Atty. for Pit. Serves 8)
nursing courses and suddenly will plans are on our door. FI.OIIIUAI IN CHAN- : Potatoes.
some women
seem one long outrageous VERY.Lilile .
were needed. several answered Injustice. How women step.We iv nnorrrOIHT.. nRtIWOnI) Mae Townsend. Plaintiff, vs. (Serves 8 to 10) Vt cup sugar
that they bad engagements many must each of us. do things of COlT%, Fft HII>A| IN C1IANcionr. : tlaorga W. Townsend Defendant. Vt boiling water
would have been silent, as the our own accord. We must work up Case No. 1839. 8 to 10 medium-sized potatoes cup
or were playing bridge-,... the Agnes Rain, Plaintiff 3
boys were silent, over the conditionsin of for what : vs. Robert ORDEROF, PUBLICATIONAND eggs
: 1 latter answer was actually given to plans our own-plans Rain, Defendant.. Cann No. 1845. NOTICE TO APPEAU 4 tablespoons butter I
the anxious superintendent who our first enormous army camps a our families and our towns can do ORniiK OF PUBLICATION STATE OF FLORIDA to: George 2 tablespoons chopped parsley cup sugar
_ few months ago? right now toward winning the war. AND NOT1CB TO APPEAR W. Townsend, whose residence Is salted Vt teaspoon salt
i 'Cook
needed vital help to save life. The conditions have been changed We must take action into our own Rain STATR OF FLORIDA to: Robert Unkiiown.You I 'potatoes In boiling I cup milk
4 A San ; hands work under steam whose residence la unknown. I are required to appear on water for 15 minutes. Drain and
butter
Francisco had our own You 3 melted
paper an they are being steadily bettered but are required 'to appear. on tablespoons
April 8th., 1942. In the above
editorial -and do Just as good a Job in our April 6th.' 1942. In the Above named place in the oven around .the meatto *
that is a reproach to every at first they meant almost constant : named i Court and cause, wherein plaintiff I cup coarse dry bread ew |
_ it little of America the President Court and cause, wherein. plain
: : woman In the state. It warned discomfort piece as tiff I seeks divorce and Custody of finish roasting, about 40 minutes. (crusts removed)
for the draftees. Cold. seeks divorce and custody of
is trying to do for the whole I Children. Bradford County Tele
butter and
I Pour melted chopped
women volunteers that they must Child. Bradford County Telegraph caramel
y
boredom mud. poor food uncertainties country. fhtoa publish this Order in cup syrup:
pun together that they muat stop of every sort were their life. Butthey four shall weekly publish Issues.thin order In next Witness. weekly lasnes. parsley over potatoes when done. Make a caramel syrup tyH

fighting for places of power or OPPORTUNITY delayThe Witness. my hand and official. my hand and official Arrange with whole, cooked carrotson
prominence were In the army, and they seal at Htarke. Florida thla 24th., cup sugar in a skillet, vet!
_ ,. that they must avoid duplIcation took it as a matter of course. I "Salvage for Victory"; campaign day Real of at February.Starke Florida 1942., this 24th, day of February, 1142. flatter! and serve. IJ: ." ard allowing; to cook 111I
(OFFICIAL SEAL) A. :J. Thomas\ ;;
i of service and concentration/ ,Are ;you ready, as a woman for offers us one of many. opportunities (OFFICIAL SKALJ A. :3. Thomaa As Clerk of aid Court. 2-17 4t 8-20 A hot bread on a cool evening golden brown. Remove !tron
.
We could wait for Washington to Atty. for Plf.
ni. May Meed Regimentation. women do our full share of war work work out a plan wait for that planto Atty. for Pit. t and I would advise turn to heat for 10 minute It

Does that same condition exist without being hammered into line be organized on a state basis IN TIlE IX CIRCflT COURT.' BRADFORD v"\ _' serving of. completely dissolved. Separali l

among the women of :your group or I am afraid it will have to come wait for the state gradually to formulate COURT TTN1TED FOR STATES TUB!! 8OUTII-DIS.THICT COUNTY. FLORiDA IN CHAM.CKIIY. \,,' ten. This one Is and beat yolks until lemon **

j neighborhood? to that I believe that within;lbe a 'local plan which would RRN DISTRICT OF FLORIDA. Arlle R. Harris, Plaintiff v.. 'Be : especially ,appropriate ; Gradually beat in I cup su,",'

U so. and if it continues, the only months or a year every woman and finally; ,filter down to our town and ,UNITED Petitionerva STATES- 1.032 OF acres AMERICA.of land Sic, Harris,. Defendant.Case'. No. :- ; 'for ,the, syrup znilk and butter. AM

answer Is government regimentation girl will have to register; there will our household j But meanwhile val- more /or/ I"..., situate In Bradford U40.ORDER' OF PUBLICATION' ft menu today because crumbs and fold In atifflr

of women as well as men. be training camps for officers and uable material would be lost for- County of State of Florida.. and the. ANn. NOTJC1C TO APPEAR'RTATE3 :your oven whites. Pour Into eight ,!a" '
City Starke
I ever. Florida .t al.! Ie.fendanta. >
r } When that comes, every woman there will be no more room for the Besides, theta not the way a democracy JACKSONVILLE] NO. 4O1 Harris, whose OF FLORIDA residence to:la Betide.Un will be hot and tard cups. Place In a pan of II I

will do what she Is told to do. The petty squabbles and Jealousies that works. All Washington TION CIVIL PROCEKDINOS.NOTICE) OF CONDEMNA. known. ;you can bake it tar and bake in a, moderatt '
TO
women placed in authority threaten women's war work today. should have to is IT MATT : WHOM You are required. to appear on before ;you put in the meat. 010 "*'
over her say : "We need CO:>lC1HN. AND TO: -de ree), about
may be infinitely leas capable thai Quarreled for Fewer.I :your waste paper. rags rubber. The following persona who are Court: andcausa th"h plaintiff Serve warm with whipped crew

be Is herself hut she won't be al say: this because of my own experience etc." From there on we should take l-esldenta 1. City of of Htarke.the State a municipal of Florida. seeks. divorce. Bradford County menll

I lowed to question ordera or choose In an enormous organization the Initiative. We should organize poration. Stark. ; or 1a'th'. R.cor.J. Telegraph In next four shall weekly publish issues.this Order Lynn Say si Speaking of planning ant "
committees talk to local DavlH. as Liquidator seem to fit both company
officials Rank
her of women tow Witness
own if a my hand and official
way aolng her own Job. ;years ago. of
Htarke.
$ study the avenues by which waste a banking corporation. seal at Htarke ily dinner occasion I.thougu
Florida this
She will report whore she Is told to These women were first of all for material gets to defense Industry Htarko. Florida. (b) The following day of February. 1(42. 24th." Trying to tackle the winter suggestion,

1 report, on the minute and she will peace. and. secondly; almost all and deliver the goods. known persona If whose alive addresses and If deceased are un. (OFFICIAL HEAL) A. J. Thomas vegetable problem? Here's a pa. might Uke a few eacb otbd
4 endure mothers of But from As Clerk of said Court. 2-27 4t 2-20: are foods that fit
whatever conditions tons. the beginning But because their unknown heirs rade
meet we don't do enoughon :: devisees and U. A. Stephens, Jacksonville Fla. < ,
flavor
her without any redrtss. they quarreled for place. our own accord, the government personal and reprnsentatlves. whosenames Atty, for Pif.IN up your meals: cause of their vi

We are the greatest nation In" the power and title. They wrote me finds it necessary to spend the time John Darby.addresses(c) The are hairs.unknown.do.vices. Baked squash with small white getber mo smoothly because

tt1k2: world. But we never have been s I endless letters complaining of each of valuable executives working up personal representatives or CIRCUIT COURT 'BRADFORD onions baked to the hollow. A balance and contrast in textunflavor.
truculent I other. On several occasions plans for us-plans such as the suggestion assigns of the following persona, COUNTY. FLORIDA IN CHANC7KR They're easy to keep Ia
nation looking about for they of Leon Henderson that deceased or believed to be deceased V. bit of cream sauce added Just before DOUce:
excuses to make trouble with our I took petty; cases to court, once try a whose names and addresses Terrla MrDuffla. Plaintiff. vs. serving to the onion will and fix at a few hour*
child In each be
family designatedas are unknown. Ma Johns Ethel McDuff I.. Defendant.
I ing to Brown, Case
l that
: neighbors and we have been rich prove CUM of their lead a member of the Salvage Army Mary C. A. Brown. Millard Brown No. la 37. also perk up this dish. Sprinkle I.
enough to be content with the potentialities : ers hadn't really; been the first one to collect and save all waste material Hebron (also 8p.lled Beabron) ORDER OF PUBLICATION1 with paprika for color. Menu
of our own magnificent land. to think of the ideals of the league.and in his home. Brown N. D. (Nicholas D.) Ha a- AND NOTICE! TO -APPEAR -
man Alice I.. 'Johns. Jacob STATE OF FLORIDA to Ethel. Carrots ; SICI!
Johns. : : glaze these with Lemon
Now that .le changed. We must at another time to challenge the Mr. Henderson's idea la a good WHKRKA3 a petition for condem ),McDuffle whose .residence is Un Consomme
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meet attack from without, and citizenship of a valued charter memo one. But $it shouldn't be necessary nation has bean. filed on the 30th known. brown sugar and butter when Lamb Steaks With GravT
even
- It it takes ber. :, 'for'him-to.create such-derailed localized $ us years to get our full S aman0 .on the 19th day of F..b-. April 6th.. 142. In. tha abpve nam. ,
for' felt
fighting power organized there can Months were wasted while'they: plans directing us in ruary. A. D. 1941 In the United ed Court and cause, ''iwhereln. plain ,a
be no turning back now and no halfway argued and threatened; on the occasion fulfilling our Job as a'Americans,ovemanent'need.to take. 'part ftc Htates District District of Court Florida for the'by Southern the. tiff Telegraph seeks divorce.shall publish Bradford-County this Order \\iServe"canned-'or, cooked lima Apricot and Cream Cheesl SaJII

measures. And .unless ourwomen of our first annual convent: **, of the responsibility for winning UNITED \STATES OF AMERICA. In next four weekly Issues beans with this smart mustard Orange RoUt

.' ."" do their share without certain disaffected members threatened ibis war into our own hands. defendants petitioner ,against praying. the; for above condemna named seal Witness at Htarke my, Florida hand and this official llth., sauce: 4 tablespoons butter mixed Baked Alaska

actual military regimentation they the delegates with warrants, tion. upon proper oompensation for day of February 1142. with Mi teaspoon sugar, I teaspoon

a must be prepared to be mobilized. and warned us all by wire that our IN TUB!! CIRCUIT COURT OP TIIRKIUIITII use In connection with the e..tabIlshmant As(OFFICIAL Clerk SEAL) A. 3. Thomas, round mustard and 3 tablespoons tile.., VL,
_ JI'IHrlAL. CIRCuIT; OKTMM of recreational facilities. of said Court.-2-27 4t X-SO :
Utmost Is Exacted. meeting would be broken up by the MTA.TR!! OK FLOHllIA. ItANU In areas affected by the national Lonnle Worm Jacksonville, :Fin, lemon Juice. -:
police. The millions-they were actual FOR RRAUFOHU' COUNTY defense" program In Bradford Coun Atty. for PIt. Beets like to be teamed Cranberry; juice
In every army there are, temporarily millions-of C1IANCRKV ty, Florida. of the following daa up Pork Shoulder BOUt
; at least mistakes In peace-loving rn.vi.bets Ell1h Javorakjr, scribed th. City IN with a Harvard sauce. Thickenthe
com faded of ..nd.C: : .do/n CIRCUIT COTTRT. BRADFORD Squash ,
r Baked
; away. Plaintiff Bradford. beet
CODWTY. liquid with
mand. cornstarchand
It would take FLORIDA IN CHANBstslle -
a superhuman state or Florida
Men can't get along and vs. Bill for Divorce to-wit TRACT 1. CIeRY. Green Peas PerfecU
ri:; cemmander-ln-chlef: always to delegate without take orders Edward. n. Javorskr. Lots I ta :w'ldJtI: lo. II or Block Ehlert. Plaintiff va. Fred add a bit of grated orange -
I definite 2 of Whole Wheat GrabsO'Dutch
unquestionable or
authority; to the right p"t..n"'t." to the City: Ehlert.. Defendant Case. No. 1S4S. rind and Juice for delightful vari
person. authority. When the topsergeantor i ORDER OP PUBLICATION of Stark Bounded on the North ORDER OF PUBLICATION ation. Apple Cake With Hard
k Sltneas for office Is a thing of slow the pip-squeak I STAFF Ctf FLORIDA by. Washington Street West by AND NOTICP! TO APPEAR
1 growth and time 'is the one thing lieutenant or the TO EDWARD B. JAVORRKY: and Temple Avenue South by Lots 1 STATE OF FLORIDA to: Fred Sprinkle cooked asparagus with
we have unreasonable captain speaks, they It appearinar from the aworn bill 12 of said flock 2. East By Ehlert. 420 Esplanade AvenUe, New Menu in.
not. Just now. Neverthe Clark Street, and having dimen.sions :: grated Swiss cheese aDd brown
Orleans Louisiana.
obey. In of
the .
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ranks filed
T of our armies I In the above en of SK.S. > #
less. In few feet East and Went -
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a weeks
or months the today humbly titled causa that the specific placeof by 107. You are required to aapear on under the broiler.
feat Soup
taking orders Northand South, Tomato
April <
incompetent officer Is are residence of PMward B. Jevor- th., 1142. Inthe abeve named -
moved to Slid
lame some of the Aggregating1.082 acres more or Court and wherein' Parsnips: parboil these then Lemon
leas Important boys who. If they live sky the Defendant as particularlyas less, situate and b.. cause plain Bated Fish With
command; there Is a will be Is known toPlaintiff.. Is f n 9 In thA. tiff seek divorce.Bradford County dip in and e'
IS2 bread
: our great men tomorrow. County of Bradford. mate of Florida. Telegraphshall egg crumbs. Scalloped Potat
: "shake-up. and gradually the utmost Infantry Regiment, Armory. West. publish this 01'01.1'In Saw
is exacted from a well-or. The President of 1962 probably; II I Madison Ktr. t. Chicago, Illinois; commanded NOW. to THRRITFORB.be and appear you In are the Witness nest four weekly Issues. Pry until a golden brown. Grapefruit and Orange

ganized tightly knit well-controlled: doing K.P. duty. turning out early of that twenty-one,said Defendant.years'Is and over that the there ace ITnltftd States District. Court for seal at Rtarke my, Florida hand and this official 24th., Turnips: cook and mash. Season Hot Biscuits

: tlQld lel'7. and gulping his camp coffee and I. no person In the State of Flor th.Jacksonville Southern District of Florida at day of February lUt with butter salt and pepper Spiced Watermelon Bu n4k

"'- beans with the rest of them. ida.would Service bind of he eubpdena said Defendant.upon whom day o2 April.'. Florida A. D. {"on 2. by the flllnsT 1st As(OFFICIAL Clerk. of 8BAL said' Court.) 2-27:1. Thomas ft210 and a dash of nutmeg. chilled Fruit Ice.BuZCttelessed &>IJI:

IT IS HEREBY OROBKBD that either your written IB claim o r answer Sam B. WIlson Jacksoviile 11'1., "j/ estrr"tt-wapooptl
person or by attorney, AttT. for Pit.





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Suits of Every Imaginable by JAMES M. CAIN W.N'U.ItU4sa l



SUCCESSFUL Type Set the Fashion Pace CHAPTERRTKOPSIS V Vi ..



' PARENTHOOD Despite!' Leonard Borland's protect' \1
that his bank account U ample though ,
By CHERIE NICHOLAS the contracting business In New York la i ,
dead, his pretty, op.ra-struck< wile Doris
reiumea her "career." Interrupted by/;
her marriage at 19 and the birth of two
children.. Borland. knows her avowed
If,MIl&. CATHERINE CONRAD' EDWAXDtAuectato purpose. to bolater the family Income, la
lull another subterfuge Hugo
Lorentc.
Editor. ....... Mofoatoe her teacher, always. around. Irritates / I Ir
a him, Attar Dorla Hvta a recital Cecil
Carver opera' linger phones Borland.
LETTERS FROM HOMEs At her hotel Cecil. lava Dorla has a
:,, uod voice but lacks 1 )'le. Cecil la to MI

; s family letter Inter.thought) I guess I'd earned a ,Ins cords for ot .war a certain veterans bul Ha haan'l the r
song. sings :tend r
for the little loafing for I did the
who
t parents washing the aaya he hal a fine baritone
1F i writing to a Ion away yesterday in two hours flat-my /olce Cecil knowa of Doris through i+ ,
lesitate to express their beat record to date." (Here's a picture .orenta.. aaya Hugo U hopelessly In love, ,

, ICear they'll do It badly of Mother flying about at her R, ?e vlth Doris and that Doris tortures tv- '
i remember that bored laundry that will bring a pleased ; t lc 'ry man the seta. II her clutches Leon
ret ought' to wake her up by giving a
occasionally smile to son's face.
fchlch used your ) ecltal. she ..YI "Go set youracll a
f Junior's face when tae Do you see what I mean by supplying riumpn" Cecil demanda payment tot h e
t j Boor. And how he re- details which bring back pictures : ?..on. kmaea' Ha pava but declarer e / t.. dill !i111
ther'l front porch con- of home You can write a ,le loves hi" ..,,,.. He spends much tl,1, ,
>lib the neighbors as wonderful letter out of the least ex. ''me with Cecil making good progreta!
Vhlle
ahe I. on tour she wires
,, him. he .
-i' citing happenings if you'll take time mss tn upstate racltala. makes a hit "Wound my eyel Leonard nothing. has happened Its Just something ,
these inhibitions In to do this. You don't have to dash ____ Cg uid she seta him an engagement withn that can happen to anybody.. '
young man In the serve off a letter at one sitting. Leave It opera company. Again he make .
I he's seeing you every' on your desk or in the typewriter mod and tearfully Cecil. telling him the It out without batting<< an eye: "ButI "Gwenny asked you. as a bit
(only half listen to your if you have one and sit down'several uvea him. aay ha can, now bring DorM flopped I I'm an ex-headllnerl" favor to her. But Gwenny hadn't
hasn't set on 'o nil reot. He reru... a new eon- "You I Come on. Stop heard about the '
ten he eyes times during the day to add a Tact A audience DorU being flop. and on ao
he'll be thrilled to 9< ci v) l movie gives count of the flop she'd rather
rye not
Iks paragraph. Let Dad write a few + the "bird" She says .h.'. no good and flopped.
Detail of family comings lines when be gets borne he may t chat she laves Leonard Cecil aayt a "I rm out. They gave Just-prefers some other time."
be too tired to start a letter of his L. Anal good by to Leonard but warna aim me my notice." ."And that's all?"
that he has a mental own but be can say something, anda Dorla. Un'l "licked." "How could you flop?" "Yeah but It was an awful flop."
ou and home which he few words in Dad's handwriting "Oh please please don't ask me "You're sure you haven't told hei
Provided his has been a mean a lot. The -It Just breaks my heart And nowI about me? Gone and got all full
ppy home life he will too can have a short younger children One of a ; 4 4s 4w When I got back to the house the can't go to Bermuda! Honestly of contrition, and made a rises
|lt, a little-forget thingson the homiest letters I say kids were home and came running it's not the principle of the thing. breast of It and wiped the slats ,
his nerves and re ever read was :iownstairs and said did I know we It's the money! Think of all those clean-have :you? Have you?"
the pleasant side. over created! a hundred years old and still were all going that night to hear lovely lovely dollars that I'm not "No not a word." "r'
y of home a picture of loving family Mamma sing I said there had going to get!" She turned and headed back toward
Idealization in : life. It was written to a daughter teen a little change in the plans on She didn't lie about It, or pre- the bedroom f..
to
is ould play up your who had married and moved away. s aii < that and they were a little down tend that she had done better than "Cecil-! called. '.I
Is welcome of course Even the youngest brother had senta In the mouth but I said I had she had done or pretty It up !in "She had a flop didn't! she? Then 'h.
,he statement that it message. "Dear Sister Mary," it drought presents for them and that any way. She had too much sense I guess I'm the one she wants to \"
[erday doesn't feed his read "I hope you like your new Ixed It up and we went running for that. But In twenty' seconds she walk to." She went on back
er. But if you write: home. We miss yeu. I started jp to get them. I went in the had them switched off from the I went over and had a drink. I +
snowing yesterday while ciphering in school today." How this 4 mrsery, where I'd.left my bag. It horrible part and had managed to needed one. ,
vlng breakfast, so after far-away bride must have loved i ) 'tlt N wasn't there. Then I heard Doris work it in that she must have been I was on my third when she cam
r left I heated up the knowing that even an eight-year-old tall and we went in the bedroom. getting a terrific price to go on atall back and I went over to her "What
r had a second cup in the engrossed in starting arithmetic L "Were you looking for some and had it going her way. happened .
where I could watch missed hert SNOW :hlng?" Leighton came in while she was ""Nothing.

[ailing. This made me ... ... '.I. "Yes. Are you awake talking and said the publicity was "What did :you say?"
1 lazy, so Instead of get- So will your boy more than any. k".. "Been awake You might And all wrong and he was going to do "Told her to forget It Told her It
at the Ironing (this Is thing else in the world want to that the challenge)) '7 t In there." something about It. They all agreed I could happen to anybody-which It
| sat there with my Red know that you miss him and yet 1 "our country atwar" ,, She gave a funny little smile that was it. and In Ave minutes can baby and don't you forget it."
ng for a whole half hour that you are going about your daily has been and pointed to the dressing-room. they were talking about football. "What did you say?" :.
> picture'what you were tasks-your "ciphering" or your brought : went in. and there it was. The She drifted over to m. "Well "Asked if It had ever happened ,
m spent a whole half dishwashing-cheerfully.: For the home to designers, manufacturers Uds began Jumping up and down that's over Was it all right?" to me. I told her it had She's
j about mel! That gives first requisite of morale in the army merchandisers and the ring and other distinctly "couturier" vhen I gave them the candy and "Perfect. not bed. I halfway like her."
curlty to a boy even If Is morale at home-send this unconquerable American woman there's a heap of finishes are If you use modern machine )orls kept smiling and talking over "Damn them." She still didn't look at me. but I
egisters subconsciously spirit to your boy In constructive thinking and planning attachments. heir heads. "I would have had "Just a few minutes, and we'll had the same old feeling about her.
't noliinllv b..nm. s ..".... 1.tta.. going on about the matter of creat- The three suits pictured In the illustration flls unpack but I didn't want him blow We've still got my bagto of how swell she was, and thoughtI'd
raking around. die if I couldn't let her
unpack. know
ing apparel that will serve well during above are of the simple
the stress of the times. type the average woman can makeat "I'll do H." She nodded and looked at me. anyway a little "Cecil, can I sa|
"Where did ?" and let her lashes her ?"
you go drop over something
this end two lines of thoughtare home. For first spring
tSE FASHIONPATRICIA To your "Just down to the office for the eyes. It was Eve looking at the "Leonard, I cut my heart out after
!In progress. The one recognizes costume why not break Into a gay mall. apple and my heart began to pound you left. I cut It out and put I
that whether their service be volunteer colored print A neat printed rayon "No. but I mean" and the room swam in the electric refrigerator *

or paid, thousands of women weave is used for the Jacket-dress "Oh-Rochester. Chicago, Indian Lorentz cam. In. He didn't come freeze So If you've got anythlni
will be engaged in activities that ensemble shown to the left In the spells and around. Thought it was over. Ho waved and smiled and to say you'd better go down then
will require dress tuned to the particular group illustrated above. In this Instance about time to look things over." Doris waved back but looked awsy and see if It can still hear you
type of defense work assigned a hugging, threebutton "Did you have a nice trip?" .quick. "I'm a little out of humor Me. I've got other things to do i
"Only fair" with Hugo. He must have known. I've got to be gay and sing tra-Ia '
them. This means that functional Jacket tops a simple short- "You certainly took plenty of glad You did. didn't you? Ha could have la-la and get my talons Into tits :
utilitarian clothes are absolutely sleeved frock. Patterns for simple rags." given me some little hint. first man that" -

DOW ImperaUve. On the other suits are available at all well- "Just In case. Didn't really I thought of what he had said but She saw LorenU then went running

hand it is no less important that equipped pattern .departments. need them." I dldn't.,..y anything.We over to him put her _arnu I +
SlitMaiy'e Cure nq.R2 women maintain a high morale.To The suit dress centered in the Christine called 'the kids and got separated then but pretty around him and kissed him am V t, III t I
E. this problem all who are carry. they went out. I went over to her soon she bad me by the arm pulling pulled him Into a comer 'It VII
DAGUEfluter ; above is to make.
picture
j easy and took her In my arms. "Why' me Into a corner. "We've got gay' maybe but it didn't make mi I
f Maiyi Kitchen. Ing on in the fashion field agree that Choose a bright rayon plaid for the didn't you want Nil. poking to go. Make It quick with Qwenny', feel any better. '
eally nothing mysterious the suit or the Jacket dress that dress. The skirt Is cut on the bias around?" and then-out!" Doris came out then and I bur
i thing called "pruning." ,t 40 looks like a suit, is the perfect an The Jacket of monotone,spun rayon "Well-do you want him?" "Why pure But what's the matter rled to her. and asked if she war
s a definitely common swer. There )la no doubt that a tremendous picks up the leading color in the "No." ?" ready to go.
edure that is done at suit season Is at hand for plaid. Shoulder insets of the plaid We both laughed, and she put her "The fool!" "Oh-the tooth's out now. I thin ''I
sons-spring and fall. As head against mine and let her hair "WhoT""Gwenny. she's going to sing. Let's stay" :
and the coming summer >>
spring the and dress.
*e four good reasons for unify Jacket fall over my face and made a little I could kill her' She "Oh-you saw her then?" '. '
'hrubs and plants and an antidote for low spirits stylo creators Spring elegance and tailored aim. opening in front of my mouth knows how crazy I've been about "She came back to powder i
believe In color Suits may be ; purity are combined in the sleek and kissed me through that. Oh that woman and how I've wantedto didn't start It She remembere

i prune to obtain desirede 'ever so simply styled but they'll be I figure-flattering gabardine suit to don't think Doris couldn't be a meet her. and now, today of all me. She came to my recital. 101

and form. colorful! the right in the above illustration sweet armful when she wanted to days, she had to pick out-she's Invited may recall. ,
you prune to rejuvenategrown The very fact that suits are beIng All roads lead to gabardine this be.I her! And she's coming! "Oh." yes. Well-did you Ilk
d$4. kept letting her hair fall over "What ?" her?
plants third to is in woman
; so simply styled resulting ;
It Is used for suits for slacks
owth spring. face and holding her a little "Cecil I "Leonard she's everything I
| that has become too enthusiasm my Carver! can't meet her eves
fourth to obtain larger \O \ \ an increasing among costumes and for uniforms as well. tighter and then all of a sudden today' I can't have her-pitying thought she was and about a thousand
or to produce more flow- women to "make their own. Whether The new gabardines come In all the she Jumped up. met I Can I?" times more. She had heart
your taste runs to'spun rayons smartest colors. "Oh. hell The cocktail party!" "No. We'll blow." about it My flop I mean. Oni

I.neral rule shape should \ \' \ gabardines, Jersey or tweedish cot- The importance of common-sense "What cocktail party?" "I'll meet you at the elevatoroh minute Leonard and she had mad
Iccordlng to the natural i \ tons that look like wool many of shoes built for comfort is particularly "Gwenny Blair's cocktail party. my! There she Is I" a different woman of me."
|e plant It's a mistake to i,4' hQ the most desirable materials are so stressed this season. Highlightedfor I[ said I'd drop in before the supper I looked .around and Cecil was "Poured oil In the wound hey'
ge show and I had completely Just coming in the room. I turned "Wound my eyel! Leonard noth
varieties that act
| in small priced they as
then \ c I inexpensively walking (we will be doing considerably forgotten It. The supper show- back to Doris, and she wasn't there. Ing has happened! It's Just something
em dwarfed.attempt by pruning another Incentive to do :your own more of it this year) are think of that!! Wasn't I the darling She was with Wllklns-Cecil, I that can happen to anybody
[control the However. \ '! sewing. If you take advantage of shoes of the type pictured: in the little trouper then My that seemsa mean. That meant she was going It has happened to her; it happens
T of any plant growth by and J the magic of modern sewing machine inset above. This'swank and sturdy long time ago. And it was only to sing. There wasn't much talk to them alt You take a drink and
judicious you'll find this morning." while you forget about it"A
attachments you low-heeled pump has an elastlcised Gwenny was taking her
fashion standoutin "Oh. let's skip It." around. They piped down and wait maid came around with a traj
fatten actually be a
of old can front trimmed in bright nallheads.Lowheeled .
plant! Is ac- of Martinis. Doris S
make. Now. "What! And have them think I'm ed. I was still In the corner and took one. drank
h by severe pruning to- the costume you types often come in giddy dying of grief? I should say not! she didn't see me until Gwenny It. and set the glass on a table "S
"i feeding and cultivation. hv adays experienced seamstresses as I colors such as red or Kelly: green. We're going and we're going quick called me mil She caught her that's what I'm doing. I don't have
f bushy plants need the well as beginners are surprised to Navy Is also shown. 10 we can leave before the whole breath. Gwenny Introduced me to quit I don't have to give tic
I Bd the oldest wood right to find how easy ruffling, pleating shirin Releaaed by Weitern Nowipaper Union.) mob gets there. Hurry upl! Get and I paid "How do you do Mlis my career Just because some movie
and the shortening of dressed audience maybe hoped for
Carver. and she said "How do a dog
inches to encourage new k 1 always loved Doria when she you do. Mr. Borland" and they act instead of something good Iff
m the roots.to HIGHLAND dropped the act and came out as went on. But In a minute she came Just as she said. 1t'.11 In the
thin out growth that the calculating little wretch that back. "Why didn't you tell me day's work, and you Just forget !tend -
ne too dense is combined By Miss Beth WtmberlyMiss I the really was. She heard me you were corning here?" go on."

[removal of injured. dl.- ..augh and laughed too. "Right." "I didn't know it." I could hardly believe my ears
dead branches. .111tIaJ JanIe Marr and friend She was dressed In five minutes "Is she here?" Here It had been only that morn

want lots of flowers or a Miss Allen of Jacksonville were tat, and for once she had to wait "Didn't Gwenny tell you?" log that she was broken on the
large ones you prune. visiting! Miss Marr's mother Mrs. !or me. "No." wheel and had heard the gong ring
> pruning encourages the w. I' Ruth Marr. last week. "How do I look?" "It was on her account she asked for her if anybody ever did. And
I of more leaves and I HEALTHEncourage ] Baldwinwas How she looked was like some you." now. Just because Cecil had hand
On the _other hand root ffr'Jumper I Mrs. Tom Handley of ilneteen year-old flapper who had "Her account?" ed her out a little line to make net
lessens vegetative growth a business visitor here Fri. spent her first day at the races. "She's wanted to meet you So I feel better she was standing there
|aces Production of fruit ARTIE MOOVERN lashed $27.50 on a $2 ticket, and just found out." with her eyes wide open telling

r. Allowing many flower I/ ( day.Mr.. and Mrs D. C. Reid of was feeling Just swell.It "Qwenny didn't say anything.She herself that nothing had happened
velop mean Average size U w here Fri. was only four or five blocks called an hour ago and said that It was all Just a dream._ A lit
)ere by limiting their num. i" Maxvllle were shopping iway. so we walked. On the way. come on up-and I wanted to go tie chilly feeling crept in on me.

[remaining become larger Good Eating day.Mrs. Doris: kept damning Gwenny and somewhere Why has she wanted and I tried to fight it of?. ,Well'
| t the abundance of food J. R. Smith of Baldwin : ill of Gwenny'g friends under her to meet me?" had anything happened? Wasn't 11
Habits EarlyA was visiting 'bere Friday. I reath.. and saying she'd rather "Admires you. From afa.." all Just a dream Wasn't she the
to remove! wild shoots A 8109 recent survey by public health Rudolph Crews of Starke is lake a horsewhipping than go In "Where Is she?" ,, same old Doris and wouldn't it be
r growth from below the Jacket officials throughout the country has M. and face them. But whan we got "Back there somewhere In one Just about a day before we were
&rafted plants. Otherwise brought out the fact that the majority visiting; hla grandfather F. here she was all smile/ Only aew of the bedrooms, probably! Hid back right where.we started with
eventually overcome the Pattern No. 8109-Sister will be of college students are addicted Crews and aunt. Miss Maggie people had shown up by' then ing." me havinthe career. rubbed Into 4
llrabte grafted top. as cheerful as a first spring robin te the worst possible eating Crews. and most of them hadn't heard of it. "From what?" me morning noon and night? I
F prune depends in a new suit for school which you habits. Freshmen especially once Henry Carter of Maxvllle wasa So they were all crowding around "You. I think." wondered if that was what they call
veering habit of the largely can easily make her at little or no they have left home cooked meals visitor here Saturday ter with their congratulations and "Leonard. what Is this? She pluck. To m. It was not- having .
d ornamental plant cost And a very practical one breaking known wanted to know what It felt like toe wants to meet me she's hiding enough sense to know when you've
trees seem bent on every Butler of Maxvllle was a
divide Leon
.
s Into two general this Is. Our pattern Includes a rule of dietetics. Milk. fruits and a big headllner. Of course, that from me-what are you gettingat been hit with a brick. ,
f Wen bloom In the groups spring Jumper (with which any blouse or vegetables are shunned Soft visitor here Saturday.Mr. .- Godwin node it swell But Doris leveled ?" (TO BK CONTINUED'
and Mrs. Denver
on summer wOOd of and the those bloom1 sweater bloomers may- and be a worn casual) matching, three- drinks sweets consumed and soda in fountain amaz- and two children of Maxvllle were oonville to finish his course In day of February 1941. teary 12th.. 1942.
current sea- concoctions are (OFFICIAL. URAL) A. J. Thomas, (OFFICIAL f4RAL> J.
will be ,
early quarter length Jacket which Meals' gobbledat chopping here Monday. welding. ouJ 3'i3
flowering varieties with other ing quantities. are A. Clerk of said Court. S-17 4t 1-10 As Clerk of Said I '2-2O 4t :
pruned Just after their ever so useful as a wrap irregular hours and Inbetween- Howard Brown went to Jackson <>. A. Ht.ph.ria, Jackaonvllle, Kla., T. Frank Landrum, Starke FTa. .
ihS Tbll Insures both frocks. Make It for Immediate wear time snacks destroy appetites for SAMPSON CITYBy A tly. for Flf.iv .
.1 ? : of lowers and the in a smart wool or rayon plaid plain wholesome food. villa this week on business. Atty. for PIf.

th for next year's bloom. Pattern No. 8100 Is made for sizes Much is being done in the classrooms Mrs. i. E. JTone J. S. Williams of Gainesville CIRCUIT rorrtT. UHADPORII -
4., 6, 8. 10 and 12 years. Size 8 ensemble toward pointing out the dan roimTY. PLOHIUAI IN <"A1\I-< 11 rinrriT COI-HT. BRADFORD
a aU fruit tree takes 4Yt yards 39-inch ma !in these dietary Indiscretions. Mrs. Joanna Crosby and Jim visited relative here Sunday. CHISY ('01''"d'rv KLUHIUAl ft CHAN-
lie gers
are lanai; V/ yards 54Inch.Mam However. I feel that the starting McCully were In Lake Butler on Maurice Lowln, Plaintiff vs. Dor- Wilma K.IIV.
bell Chllea.
fine fruit careful pruning point is not In college but in the business one day this week. 11 rmrrrr COURT BRADFORD othy Lowln Defendant. Case No. star Chilea, Defendant.Plaintiff Caaa, No.va.:

ary ....... home. Well-balanced meals servedat Mr. ana! Mrs. Jim :McCully spent COI' Tv. PLOIIIUAl I:* ..
ring trees reach maturity *....................... regular hours should be an unbroken the day Sunday in Lake Butler '. OflDEK OF PUTILICATION ORDER!: OF PUBLICATIONANl
nt of pruning in home and for Ol.dy. K WUdhm'Plaintiff.-.. AND TO APPEAR NOTICW TO APPKAH
rule every NOTU'T
may be father who
In- .................. with Mrs. McCully's Robert Wlndham befendant. Case I BTATK!: OF FLORIDA tot Ray
maintain ....
regular and d. Adore a*........ every member of the family. The was sertouBly Injured in an automobile No. IKS. STATE OF FLORIDA to: Dor- Chllea, whoa residence. ,IK "7th.
oductton of quality fruit'COLDS children will eat what Is set before otby Lowln, 115-19 Grosvenor Hattallon, Company Ii. A. V. It. T.

...................................... them and will look forward to accident Saturday.Brown had ORDER ANn NOTICE OP PUBLICATION TO APPEAR Place Kew Gardens Long Island I C. You Fort are Knox.required Kentucky.' to
Mrs. Lrm appear on
:Mr. and
their meals at the proper time. BTATK!: OF FLORIDA to: Kobert New York. April Ith., 1042, In the above named .
Name of paper....................... Thus regularity and proper selection as dinner guests Monday Mr. and Wlnrtham whose residence la Un. Court and cause wherein plaintiff *
of foods become almost In Mrs. Charley McKInney and Mr known. You are required. to appear. on I eeeke .,.. Bradford County
.......... habits established You are required to appear on April 6th., 1042 In the above ,, Telegraph shall publish thla Order
..... .1. stinctive.! Good and Mrs. Lester Slade of Hamp- .......
Pattern No.... not April Sth.. 1942. In the above nam.xd nam.d Court and cause, wherein. In neat four weekly I. .
during childhood will remain Court and cause, wherein plaintiff plaintiff seeks. dlvon-e. Bradford Wltneea my hand and offlnlalaeal
t.lq.U Tablet. ....d 11 rents d..lr.ell la e....... to-liar only in college but all through life.STENOCKA.PHKR8 ton.Mr.. and Mrs. Bell's son from seeks divorce and Custody n> County Telegraph' ahall publish at titnrka. Florida, this Fab.runry ., i ,
6 ".Ire. .ecb panes Child Bradford County Telegraph thin Order In next four weekly U- 2e. JU'COFP'ICIAI.
KM 0.... NOTEPADS Tampa la here spending sometime hall publish thla order In nextfour sue.. HBAL) A. J. Thomaa.
v.. I Patricia Dew Aa flerk of said Court. .
Dr.pp. Patters with them. weekly .Issues.Witness Witness hand. and official .17 4t J-29

-M-TI.... Wsaeerfrl ZM W. 11th 8&., Ue TELKGKAPII.eacb- BBADFOnn Kirby Smith has gone to Jack seal at Mark my. Florida hand and, thla ofMclat Hth., seal at Starke my, Florida, this Feb- Any.Ralph far/:. Rnmedy.lift. Jacksonville Kla.

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;f$, ': Bette Great Davis Role Has REVIEW OF BUSINESY FIRMS IN NEARBY JACKSONVQj


In "The Little Foxes"Giving The Carabo Advertising Service


; Bette Davis perhap her .. -- .-. ------ .. --. ...--
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'" .' \ll most vivid and compelling role to
data, "The Little Foxen," from
ANt)
HAMON FIXTURE EQUIPMENT
L
the dramatic stage play of the JONES BUSINESS COLLEGEST.
t i will be' shown at the, COMPANYEdgar
ante name
Monday C. BOLIN, OWNER & MANAGER
.I park Theatre Sunday,
1 h and Tuesday. RATED ONE OF AMERICA'S LEADING SCHOOLS S. Hamon
4 It la the absorbing: story of a STENOGRAPHIC & BOOKKEEPING and Fixtures For
woman who COMPLETE BUSINESS, Furnished Modern Up-To-Dat Sternberjr's Stort ,
ruthless power-mad
; herself against the peaceful COURSES7th Edenfield Jewelry Co., Gem Jewelry Courtmanche Jewelry, Tic Toe T
r4i pita
v ?
Room and Others If> I
4 Life of a little Southern town of Floor of Fla. Theatre Bldg. Jacksonville, Fla.
the 190O's In her greed sb* sacrifices 924 Hogan Street Phone 51620 Jacksonville I
p1 her charming daughter defrauds The Jones!! Business College In.. ness education means a definite mand for Its well-trained stu Fla.

p4jI her brothers, and virtually Jacksonville is one that people i amount of training along specific dents. The Hamon''Fixture and Equipment modernized without calling in the Many of the
: murders her disillusioned husband all over-tula section have depended lines which enable the students The Jones Business College< Company of Jacksonville is services of' an out of state, firm. places over outstandibi a llllit

when he tries to interfere with upon for years for well trained I to make a connection with an em- maintains only such policies and one of the leading and most up- They transact an Impressive vol. their good looks to
: I Ifc: : her plans. office help. Business men know ployer who may be in need of practices aa will reflect credit up- to date Irma in the furnishing and ume of business and are an Important They have the happy till!

ii Dazzling In her savageness. that Its student will be thorough. their service. Every student who on the cause of education., Everything equipping of'stores and places of business asset to Jacksonville making each store
Bette Davis starred a0 the avaricious Individual 'Instruction la. given 'graduates from this school Is adequately In modem.bu 1ness methods business in this whole section. Because and Vicinity smart. and I Imprell8lve 8IaIit,

f* 4i ) and merciless Regina .Old* each ''student. Equipment, textbooks prepared to keep pace i ia taught. of the splendid stock that They are prepared to furnish So if you would have
I i Oaaa dominates the film from beginning >and training are in accord with the demands of modern busi I Therefore, it, is with a feelingof they carry and their modern service and equip stores.In the smartest modernized and b

; rJ to end. The dramatic with the most modern business I ness. For a long time noW' it has the utmost confidence that we many firms In this section and most: modern manner and date you will do ,
power and Intensity of her characterization methods at .this school.. A'bual- not been able to supply the de- : recommend them to our: readers. have been able to have their make them as efficient and con- the services of the weflh
are said to mark anew places'of business completelyMiss venient as they are good looking. ture and Equipment
\ 2 high In her colorful acting .

t 'c career. Past master of the art : '" THE LITTLE GALLERY CAROLINE M. BORCHERDING, R. N.
1, of being fascinatingly disagreeable I
p441 on the screen Miss Davis J la : MARGARET A. YOUNG CORSETIERE AND ORGANIZER FOR SPIRELLA CO. INC

completely at home In the role of EXPERT INTERIOR DECORATING SERVICE Individually Designed Foundation Garments for Style, Health & Comfort
:4 a woman whose sole aim In life la FABRICS FURNITURE GIFTS

sA 4 the acquisition of wealth. 556 Oak Street I'hone 7-6555 Jacksonville, Fla.
rli: As the unfortunate invalid husband 566 Riverside Avenue Jacksonville, Fla
,'Herbert Marshal has a sympathetic Caroline Borcherdlng. of Splrella brassieres are individually it is designed for you a
characterization while Few of us realize that It costsno ance, in addition to her Inherent necessarily beautiful collectivelyor Jacksonville offers the women of designed to your own exact meas I that will give you unuw

the romantic interest ia taken mor,.when planning our home good taste; and when we remember even suited to your require- this section a service that la very urements. No Splrella garmentIs wear. What's more, a s sa
A care of by Richard Carlson and furnishings) and decorating, to that we pay only for the material ments. And In redecorating a Important. Being a graduatenurse made In any other than by Individual good investment

,, ;. the young newcomer. Teresa consult a good decorator where and workmanship used and carefully selected color scheme she knows the kind of design. No stock gar. keeps Its shape and .
Wright. all of the items which go into the that these need be no more expensive may bind Into a harmonious whole foundation garment that Is need- ments. For 38 years now Spire line far longer than tttl

4 : The unusual title Is derived from make-up of an attractive Interiorcan than the same quality the furnishings of a room. ed not only to make clothes look la has been making these garments garment. The Splreiit,
., $ the following Blbtcal passage: be assembled in one place- purchased elsewhere, the advantages In Miss Young's studio, personal their best but the garment that and they know how. You guaranteed against n,
"Take us the foxes t belittle color schemes worked up and of such a service are readily supervision is given to the will be the most healthful and can see in advance just how your breakage for 12 month

.. foxeu, that apoil the vines; for tried out from the background seen.There making of draperies, slip covers comfortable. With her compre- figure will look and feel, even before stays are put In JOB I
; our vines have tender grapes." paint or wallpaper to fabrics for Is no comparison between and unholsterlng and finishingand !! hensive knowledge of corset fit- you decide to buy a Splrella. ments but the guarantee
furniture and rugs (and this done the beauty and satisfaction the work executed] by trained ting and the patented Splrella I,Miss Borcherdlng grooms your new garment over mwj
Singing Convention with much more ease from the: of a room decorated according toa workers with many years of experience modeling garment she is able to 'figure Into its ideal lines by adJusting ments."

owner's standpoint) than attempting careful plan to suit your in- In- this field. measure and fit any type figure. the patented Splrella I You will be dellg,

$1 I The Bradford County Singing to purchase them at randomIn dividual requirements and one furnished So when you have a room that She also fits surgical belts and Modelling Garment' on you. prised at the prices ftrq

Convention meets a t Wateroak various places. And the results in a hit or miss manner. you simply can't live with another garments for both men and There la a wide range of Splr ly personalized tptc
Church March 8. are sure to be more harmonious Whether complete It all at Whether slim vice. Call
Baptist Sunday you whole home women. you are or Miss Boru.,
day or a new to furnish ella styles-girdles, corsets, all-in-
.4t Dinner will be served at the and satisfactory. once or over a period of time the stoutt, have figure faults or a an appointment and gee1]
1 church: at the noon hour. Every- It takes years of training' and results obtained by following a and decorate you may safely perfectly symmetrical figure, one, light girdle* for younger self Just what Splrellio

one Is Invited to attend, and all experience as well as knowledgeof directed plan will be most satisfactory consult this expert-for really Splrella will give you the natural girls brassiere and bandeaus.
singers are urged to -come and and will eliminate the she is an expert-and will assist comfortable support. This support Garments for corrective supportfor you.Miss Borcherdlng woul,
make it sources of supply often unknown mistakes in selection which you in the friendliest manner. .
help a success. Singers costly and control doesn't dependon conditions
physical iJ
from Duval, Alachua and other or closed to the average the inexperienced are so apt to And believe it or not, she la in- stiff, heavy boning, but on Garments many that correct figure secure representatives I

.4; :, counties are expected to be there. consumer to achieve the best results make and later regret. Paint terested in the smallest order- the design of the gores alone. faults or give you preventive your support section. It is work UitiJ

ir So come on and let's show them in the furnishing of a home. wallpaper, draperies, rugs and the perfect shade for your lamp, Spirellas stay put. No awkward and help to keep your fig fled, well-bred woman i
what Bradford County can do. We Miss Young has both the professional curtains that compliment the fur- or a single slip cover, as for the riding up when you sit or move ure healthfully young. There's a very pleasant and tint]
also have the new 1942 song training and experienced niture and one another make for furnishings and decorating of a about. It fits because
perfectly selection of attractive fabrics, too, are highly
books. knowledge to make your home charm. Many things that are whole house and will give It the satisfactory.

T. N. Norman, Pres. gracious and charming appear beautiful Individually, are not same careful attention. S HEALTH SPOT SHOE STORE


CLASSIFIEDFOR LAWRENCE R. COPELAND, MANAGER
A. H. SEAGER HEALTH SPOT SHOES GIVE ABSOLUTE FOOT COMFORT> I

( I RENT- Furnished rooms S CABINET MAKER FINE FURNITURE REFINISHING 221 HOGAN ST. JACKSONVILLE,, FLA.
hot water, all conveniences. At ANTIQUES RESTORED AND REPRODUCED S
k1ct Waldo. 12 mi. south of Starke When we say that Health Spot latlon suffer with some kind of' ant it Is that chUdral
t on Road 13.-See Mrs. O. A. 340 Riverside Avenue Phone 55330 Jacksonville,.Fla. Shoes* give absolute foot comfortwe foot ailments, such as corns, bunions -: be properly fitted to I

Schenck o'r call Waldo 2. For many years now antique greatly depreciated. ductions that ire well made andenduring are saying something that calluses, neuritis neuralgia may never suffer the |
2-27 2tp some people will not believe but Infections blisters and skin abrasions. can so easily be avoided !
furniture has been selected to Work of this) description should ;constructed of the finest
r FOR RINT-3-room: unfurnished furnish the- finer homes of the therefore be'>entrusted only to a I choice wood and finished by hand, never the less we are telling the Many people believe that Health Spot shoes am
literal truth: Foot discomfort always
they with
: :i ; house near Starke. Turn left world-the reason for thin", being craftsman capable of restoring the which gives &'fat' superior finish has a sure add certain cause are and suffering arthritis .when rheumatism the- cally built to support bf
obvious. There is other furniture of the Such than Is commercial
no original beauty piece. .
at first graded road after the
crossing and nine times t'out of ten the trouble is due to feet out of bal. natural an4 heattUMi
which possesses much service this la if the reproductions. M! Seager also
raUroad on Road 28 East of s 0 as- necessary H< r. ,
remedy Is so simple and to
In
easy ance. addition to these troubles Through research wgrkt
Starke '1 1-4 miles from charm, comfort and restfulness as furniture art of the past la to be manufactures new furniture for
; high the person that really knows feet
E. E. Lee R. 1 Box 79. the fine pieces made by the old preserved for. the enjoyment of which he is) able to submit his own confined to the feet themselves, own laboratories th-e i
way. and shoes) that It ia
a simple matter
2-27 craftsmen. This old furniture is future generations,,and an expertIn designs) and sketches. nerve Irritation, due to pressureon turers have designed! ]
2tp held in high esteem and valued this work Is -A. H. Seager of In this Issue we .are glad to to give i relief. Give relief thatIs sensitive nerves in the feet, is fectly balance and BU

iit 1:? FOUND. -One liver and white: by many for sentimental reasonsas Jacksonville.A compliment Mr. Seager upon the permanent and will help to reflexed and felt In remote partsof body. So If you are I iii

%: pointer dog. -M. R. Judd well as for its antiquity.Due sincere 'effort to produce distinctive position he occupys in strong build back muscles into and your feet the the body.Thouaands. "trouble with your Bho j

Starke, Fla. 2-27 2tp to the ravages of time and through the medium of the finest the preservation of the furnituremanufacturer's hat will make walking healthy pleasureand nerves of people trim corns pay you to go to the Hsil
: art; and would call and calluses and suffer agonies Shoe Store and let Mr.Cl
; SITUATION WANTED long service many pieces becomein shall relieve pains and aches
that many
-Young craftsmanship designs I the service to 'the attention of our show you what complete
with
lady with several years' experience need of restoration and unless be In every respect worthy of the readers as deserving the supportof that we never dreamed 'were their feet when they might properly fitted pair' ell

1 aa steno-bookkeeper desires this is done by a competent craftsman originals Is made by Mr. Seager.He people from the surrounding I caused by our feet too. have complete relief with a pairof Spot Shoes will give yean j

work in Starke or Camp the value 0 f the piece is is able to manufacture repro- territory.In According to health experts, shoes properly built and fittedto expert and will be aUej
lilandlng.-Mrs. EloIse Bender, eventy-flve percent of our popuI. their feet. And how import- you with your shoe pro '
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303 W. Madison St., Starke. Itp

2O-ACRU FARM, 6-room howe, KENNELLY TRANSFER AND STORAGE A. BORNSTEIN, TILE CONTRACTORSTORE FLOSSYE ROFFE SHOP OLIVIA]

needs repairs. All farm Implements COMPANY, Inc. FRONTS A SPECIALTY REPAIRING & Windsor Hotel 127 Ada |

tp ] mule.., $2,100 cash.-H. F. R. Kennelly MODERNIZATION WORK
1 O. Strohfeldt. Gen. Del., Starke, OLIVA COLEMAN Owner and Manager .
:yiki: FU. itp TRANSFER LIGHT & HEAVY HAULING MOVING 707 Main Street Jacksonville, Fla. .JACKSONVILLE'S SHOPS OF SMART AM>

FOR SALE-reasonable: macbln- BUILDINGS, MACHINERY & CONTRACTORS the' erecting of homes and Ing and of the many uses that it INDIVIDUAL CLOTHINGSome

;"ery and equipment of a modern EQUIPMENT, ETC. buildings today there is no partof can be put to

1 dry. cleaning!. plant. Dr. J. ''M. 524 Pippin Jacksonville, Fla. modern construction so popu- Though an expert In his line, people have the idea that all of the In-between I II:
z pen, ur., Gainesville phone lar as the use of tiling and with Mr. Bernstein, has always been prices at both the Flosaye'' Roffe I And, not only for the i II

--n' M ',:13, Starke, Fla. it There Is nothing too large or equipment and their employeesare Its general use! the designs are very reasonable in his prices. People Shop and Olivia's in Jacksonville and the younger person.J
too small for Kennelly Transfer especially trained and efficientin becoming more beautiful. of the community have found are high.because their clothing ia the matron and larger
- Jo'OR SALE-4-year-olu gray and Storage Company to move. this line of work. In the past I. A.: Bernstein of Jacksonville It worth while to consult him before so exquisite. It Is true that each You will find styles that t>V.

48 i mare gentle. Jesae Lewis.'Route When it comes to heavy haulingof few years there has been much of offers a complete service and going,elsewhere. Special service garment is as nearly perfect as for ,eyery age. Dress|
:M j 2, Starke. itp contractor's equipment, boilers, this kind of hauling in this sec no and comprehensive Information It can be made, both In design and suits for daughter, >
,l TO THE CATTUK heavy machinery and building ma tion and each time that the Ken- matter whether it la tiling for the will be given customers at and workmanship. The choice of and grandmother, thai "

this MEN whom terlala of all kinds throughoutboth nelly Transfer and Storage Company bath room. walls and floors, or all times, whether ,the request be garments and occasions for which suit each. ,iSo
,' may concern. A reddish Georgia and Florida, they have done the work it has any other Part of the modern in person or by telephone. they may be worn is multiplied, don't be foolish, u l

Ii cow bit ,in cropped left right S. ear W., under can be counted on to do the Job been done efficiently and well. home or business building you will This policy, of goods of high but the prices are no higher than because garments thai Fl

Th. has been jumping ear, my'brand fence.,. in a satisfactory: manner. When you have any hauling of find that he can furnish you with quality, service of the most painstaking more ordinary clothing at other seen from these shops are l
rLl.h I Owner must claim No concern In this whole sec this type to be done it wlU pay an endless variety of designs. kind and very, reasonable placeBo ly that the prices are Wl
c or I will turn animal Immediately tion has given the heavy hauling you to let this firm handle it for These range .from the shining prices has brought this firm a For years Miss Coleman has prices will compare vit 1)
,1ii sheriff In 5 : over to business more special attention you for you can be sure that it white to the ornate and colorful large patronage and the confidence I- been selecting smart clothing. She prices In any other .
days.-M O. Williams -
,t S than they have. They have the will be well done and that the designs. They have made an extensive of the people of thla secI knows the manufacturers and handles good merchandise'
,
overseer
on F. F.
Flume
j place Starke. most modern motor trucks and price will be reasonable. study of the laying of til-J I Hon.. houses that make really good sonville. Sure knowledP
itp -- things; she knows fabrics, colors :,selection and her unq

S : LOST-Ladles black leather purse, Errol Flynn Portrays of Chicago, 15 years ago-In the Morgan RIcharde and children, and styles and is able to select taste make It possible If
Sunday.Mrs. '
for
r,1' Saturday night between Wom days when Cook County refusedto Jane and Henry. Mrs. Madge Bo- her .shop the very best to be Coleman to serve Ser
an's Club and Union General CusterIn I Robert Chapman has goneto had. In this The IJII1
manner.
Bus Sta- sentence a beautiful murderess. Earth Mrs. M. E. Griner and Mrs. Madison
after
tion. Contained $2 or $3 in Miss Rogers is supported by the J. A. Bouvler visited and visiting Mr. and The collections; are complete. you are in Jacksonville
$ liver, receipts and personal Florida Offering"They handsome .newcomer, George in Jacksonville Friday.Mr. shopped Mrs. L. F. Chapman for a week, .You will find everything' that you point to visit the shop."
,;S papers. Finder may keep but wilt return here for a visit need from a tailored dress; sport venture that you will aP|
money Died With Their Boots Montgomery, and the ever-pop and Mrs. B. Hershfleld and Indefinite clothes
and return purse and other con. ular Adolphe Menjou.At Miss Ruth Hershfleld. with their lof length. afternoon, evening and us.
tents to Bradford County Tele On, the new film starring Errol Mrs M. E. Griner. Mrs. L. F.
S The Kits guests. Mr. and Mrs. M. O. Hersh
graph. Flynn and Olivia de Havllland, Chapman and Mrs. p. D. Fancher .
ltp field, visited St. Augustine, Orlando = '- :p r-i --jg-if- -| f- -ii i icuii>-
S \ brings to the screen of the Florida Imagination and originality will spent Monday In JacksonVille ,
t and Silver
1 S REWARD-Lost two week be seen In "Mr. Bug Goes to Springs during Mrs. Harold Wall of St. Augustine A. R. COGSWELL
the
I ) Theatre Sunday and Mondayone week. MI' and Mrs. M. O.
ago( : small female fox terrlei Town the feature length technicolor spent several days this
long brown ears, short-haired of the most stirring chaptersin cartoon film showing at Herahfield then ret srn ed. to their week with Mrs.< .. 0. 'Godwin. INCE_ 1921" I
q white body. long talL. Notify the history of the old West. the Rita Theatre Sunday and home in Queens Village, Long, Is Mrs. Bruce Norman. Mrs S. B. I I
j'idg E. K. Perryman, Starke. More Important, it tells for the Monday Although the leading land.Mr. Averltt and Mrs. John Emond BLUE PRINTS, PHOTOSTAT PRINTS

S itpI I first time on the screen the true characters are creatures of the and Mrs. R. P. Stubbins of Jacksonville are spending the DRAWING MATERIALS & ENGINEERING! I
I r'ALL. .story of the man who made the insect world the story Is up-to- and Mary Rivers went, to Tallahassee day with Mrs. A. M. Richarde
I gj SUPPLIES U
CONCRETE: : SEPTIC phrase. '"Ouster's Last Friday i for the
Stand a date differing from the usual week-end. celebrating her birthday anniversary.
S with TANKS state Installed and In accordance synonym! for_deathless courage. fairy tales used In cartoon films. Mrs. R; P. Stubblns,'Sr.. returned I ; 223 Hogan Street Phone 52166 Jacksonville.f
S county specifica uenerai oeorge Ouster won with them after visiting relatives .
f tions. Also sewers and subdraln- himself an eternal place in the FLA. STATE FARM for several weeks.MissRoberta .
:
Methodist
'I
Church
.age work.David'bite., 306 history of his country when he Whttfleld visited
Church St. By E. R. Douvtor .
I Starke. itp and his army regiment Miss Phyllis Hazen In Brooker -
perishedto
_ I Services at the Church next Wednesday 8 'P. M. I
FOR. BALE Small SOW. Jllttt the last man in the battle of BRIDGE CLUB Friday. Sunday will be: A cordial welcome to all services EXAMINE
weaned first Utter.-C. V. Ingle- Little Big Horn. Flynn is perfectly Mrs. Morgan Richarde enter Mr. and Mra W. P. McGeehee: Church School 10 A. M. of, the church. EYES

I -f'Ci'i right.. Starke. 11p I: Olivia cast de Havllland.as General Custer and tained the bridge club Thursdayand and daughter, Vivian, of Ocala, Morning Worship 11 o'clock. ,O. C. Powell." Pastor. GLASSES FITl'ED
as his sweet. Defense Stamp were awarded were dinner guests of Mr. and Subject: "Are'We Children Spirit i
I FIt' RtLNT-One small'bungalow heart and wife scores one of the to Mr*. I... F. Chapman who Mrs. J. a. Caiawell Sunday.Mr. ually?" At The -
'with two screened porches Fur most notable hits of a lustrous ., and :Mrs. Jim Rltch visitedMr. The TabernacleFred i
Youth
scored high, and :Mrs. Oscar Fellowship will meet Copeland
nished. 2 Dr. L. L.
itqi, old mi. east of Starke on career. Partney, who was the bingo( win-' and Mrs. Sanford Ritch In at 7:00: P. M. B., .Cowell, ,chalk artist FI1O*
Green Cove Ginger As Rode Hart St.
Springs road. Brooker 48 W. Forsyth
Saturday.Mr. will be
See ner. Mrs. Richarde served a delicious Evening Worship 8 O'clock. at the Tabernacle Friday
Mrs. Effie GatUn on place. Tuesday and Wednesday the salad course with coffee and Mrs. M. E. Griner were The Rev. Rosa 3!.- Haverfield, night. March 6, at 8 o'clock. The Carck
: ; 1t 3-6 2tp Florida will show Ginger RogersIn and wafers. guests of relative a t Melrose Pastor of the First Presbyterian public Is invited. Dr. Robt. C.

., an entirely different kind of Sunday.Mr. Church of 208 Graham Bldff. P"State
FOK HUNT: OR SALE: Monongahela. Pa. will
-small role which
Is definitely on the Mrs. J. R. Kite visited Mr. and and Mrs. J. -
I l :farm Just outside the city limits i rowdy side. H. Hundley. be the guest speaker at the even- Recent Births
Written
with an Mrs. Robt. Dallas near Cairo, Mrs. Harry Williams and Mrs. optO
of S t a rke. Inquire Bradford to ing Service. His subject will be: I Registered
eye laughs "Roxle Hart" Is a Ga.. the Jim .
over week-end. Ritch
visited APPoiiltSet
Mr.
and Mrs* "
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