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

Bon Center for COUNTY. :'
f BLANDING Sweetest Strawberries :

This Side of Heaven

Official Count Publication Established In 1877

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< Started In Defense Of Starke Blanding Center Deadline March 20 No Sunday Beer

ajor Projectstarke Starke, Florida Now Nearing For Qualifying ,
: March 10, 1942Mr.
E. I* Matthews, Editor City Council

Bradford Starke, Florida County Telegraph.':1,<' Finishing Stages County CandidatesCounty SaysWant i b

n three defense projectsla Dear Mr. Matthews: Blinding' Center the. huge "city' candidates have only The Police? License-Holders '.

under within a city" now' nearing completion i
definitely way one more week In which to qualify
of the contrac- I would like to add my reply to the Ward MorehouHe article that on E. Call street, already for the May primaries, according Call 21 Or 23

ntatlve was reproduced from the New Vork Sun In a recent issue of the shows promise of the many interesting .I to an announcement yesterday by
has already built It IISM Warned Of
fourth Telegraph. I came here at the first of the "boom"-.e north- leisure hours that will i A. J. Thomas, clerk of the circuit been requested both Troubles
[ which to store By Sheriff A. O. Andrea and
use in erner and a newcomer'-and feel fortunate that I have been able be pent there by soldiers and court. The deadline Is Friday,
equipment, while con- to remain. civilians in this community. March 20, :Mr. Thomas stated, and by the Pollen> Department that
bout ready to be award- Fixtures are now being placed: he urged all candidates who planto the TeIt"lraplgl"e the widest If Law ViolatedThe
publlclt to the
The "gentleman from New York" failed to find anything but a and some tenants are preparingto enter the primaries to pay ) telephone number -
tb. of the .
gauche, money-g'rabbtng, callous\* town. I believe he looked In move in at once although formal their fees and assessments at his paUl'e.The
BUaeroack. superlntenructlon telephone'' In the boothat City Council voted Tuesday
the Center will '
opening office
the,wrong places.. The beer spots, taverns etc., do not represent! before that date.
W. Feb.
for John. not be held' until April 1. P. S. the corner<< of Walnut and night, 24. to stop all
Starke nor do they have the approval of the old-time resident County politics which has been sale of-
contractor who Is Call street beer and other Intoxicants
cala Stores, Inc., who already have |&loa i No. :23, and the
ddltlons to and remodel- In fact, .I Imagine If Mr. Morehouse Inquired very deeply he one place la operation on W Call unusually slow in getting under police may lie called there any on Sundays-from midnight \Saturday !!

ford High School, begad would find that mont of the get-rlcb-quick businesses are run. street, are now installing fixtures! life way last this year, took on a bit of time between 8 P. M. and 8 to midnight Sunday They

day on unit A, a brick or subsidized, from the North. made to order for their new location bers of week when all five memo A. M.. Sht"lJ'iftndreou stated. voted to begin this practice last
ldlng 181' by 6V3": Hen In the Center, and shouldbe the Board of County Commissioners The one In the office of the Sunday, March 7, but tacitly
rushing the work to He did net look for friendliness and courtesy where I did and ready for opening next week. announced for re-elec Mayor and blot of Police U. postponed the notification of beer
are P. D.
They :
n. where found them. The Bowldrome, with Its 10 Reddish, No. XI. The Chief may be places and enforcement of the
District One W
M. Edwards
units. The fine and ; called there all during the ruling for another week to see
will be four bowling alleys modern day'
It Is an addition to the He failed to look in at the Library to meet the lovely lady who lunch counter.' will be operated by Three District Two T. C.: J.Chastaln L. Wynn, District from 9 A. At until & I'. M.. and what Improvement might b e

bored) school, which he Is ready at all times to serve the stranger within the gate with H. A. Manama, who will promote four;;and M. O. Harrell, District District the Military I'ollra have, headquarters mad In conditions over the week I

n next week, he stated books Information or Just plain hospitality and friendliness national bowling''tournaments and Five, there all night long. end.So
The second! unit will as well I know! organize local teams Mr. Man- much complaint had been M
er new building on the asaa emphasises the fact that the The only commissioner contest registered by merchants and f.,
grounds, while the third He failed to vlxlt the teachers and the county officiate, who are Bowldrome will be operated on a that has developed yet Is In District AD USO Units citizens. and women or Starke ,

improvements to themaln always glad to help and give Information, courteously and un- high plane, making it possible( for One where T. T. Blackburn about disorderly conduct in the f
building, and will hurriedly. ladles of the community to enjoy has announced that he will be a downtown as well as the residential ;
this contender for the port tIon. No To / section of the City that '.
i until the close of school, healthful sport. 'Open House'Starke's
> He failed to take time to become acquainted with the merchants The patio terrazzo dance floor, opposition the ether four has districts announced. yet In something had to be done.

Godwin, of Jacksonville, who really represent Starke.. He would have found them quickto which Is sure to become a pop- J. S. Norman and O. C. Kelly, The Councl{ by unanimous vote
rge of the work on the do' a favor often entirely unasked. From the hoes to the errand ular spot* hu been completedand Incumbents, announced this week four U. S. O. Clubs voiced the approval of the delegation

County Health Center boy. I am happy to hare the cheery greeting they give me, a bandstand Is being con. for re-election to their places on I will be thrown open to the general by deciding to stop all sale

eil street for the Hadlow wherever we meet. structed capable of accommodating the School Board. Mr. Norman public on Sunday, March 13, of beer on Sundays. Immediately

hlon Company. He be. a 10-piece band. The patio will be opposed by J. H. Moore, I as part of a nation-wide U. S. O. after this delegation left the
Monday morning, but it He failed to visit the USO and to receive at least two famous will seat 100 patrons and a beau while m, J. Lewis of Brooker, Council chamber, however. Cap
Open House .
than 500
so wet that he has donee Mnlle.-one feminine one masculine. tiful bar and booths are being Installed who has served on the board before tain John H. Matthews Provost :
In the extreme east end U. S. O. operations t'hrou&boutthe Marshal of one of the Divisionsat
than excavate. "I hope has announced that he will
pouring the foundationk And most Important of all, he failed to visit the churche When of the building. oppose Mr. Kelly In District United States and In overseas Camp Blanding and a half

," be said yesterday. I entered the church of my choice I felt its love and warmth andI Blanding Center, Inc., is already Three.S. bases will participate In the event. dozen members of the Military

Cook Sc Co.. Buena Vista, am sure that Is true of all the other churchen. I have been established In its aulte of three (0;. Sparks the Board member R. B. Wear. Chairman of the U. l'ollce, came Into the Council
S. O. Open House Committee session for a conference the
friend and have listened to Home sermons offices on the balcony of the from District Day on
tractors: have already dls- treated as a sister and a> con Two, does not of Starke, In announcing the subject.

pipe throughout the Citye that would have been very good for the "gentleman from course. TheM are beautifully come up for re-election this year, I open house, extended an Invitation They explained In a Jocular
and will begin actual New 'York." panelled in cypress. and have to all vein that the
residents of Starke and boys had been stationed
ying the pipes for ther Venetian blinds. surrounding communities for sometime in
L. C. Powell Rites to visit extremely
works system Immedl- He found what he warn looking for an one always does. He Paving around the building, the U. S. O. Centers and see the "dry" territory, and that the
ntract will be awardedfew looked in the.eaUed ,"bright vpots" and found gaucherie totaling 1,980 square feet, bus facilities and activities providedfor nearest place they could get beer

days for the .con- money-grabbing and coldness. been contracted by the Bradford Held members of the nation's military vm. ISO miles distant. '
Engineering,Co.; \ nd will be com- MondayLuther
of a new pumping sta- forces. In a more serious done( how- 1
connection with the -rt -- I looked In other places and found graclousneM, courtesy and pleted at an early date. The clubs will be open' to the aver, they told about ,a shortageof
Officials of Center
hospitality. The Telegraph might well .add to its masthead stressed the fact Blanding that all work I C. Powell, prominent public from 1:00: p. m. unlit 6:00: transportation over the week

Warren, representing J. The Friendly. ; Town.; has been done by local contractors resident of Starke since 1901, p. m. during the open house, Mr. end,*and that many of the boys

ary, of ,Atlanta; who has Sincerely TrianOn Development Corporation died In Riverside Hospital, Jack Wear aald"iwlth all facilities of had to wall until 2 A M. before I

trac:te,forme psrU;:!!' .*...+the .a"" ,\L l&< -, Ruth S. Morse W. :X )aVaUNesff) .president BOnvUIo.Jt'11:30: < (o'clock Saturday the canters., on ,display ..Program! the they Slnda'waywbackto ...'I ,
telllion"project: In'\Starke, .. (Mrs., W. H. Morse) : O. C. R. Stageburg, arch morning after van Illness of a will be held during. the, afternoon that Cantp.They hitherto'' also explained ll llBRADFORD I I
theMilitary Police
tact; Donald Nelson, superintendent week. He was 93 years of .ageand and soldiers from Camp Bland. F
ted his tool house'on the who bad been'I given no( headquartersIn
of construction Norman has been la declining health. ding' regularly use the club ,
perty at the Power plant, American People Want ActionBecause Averill supervising; architect; for some time.. y. during their eff-duty hours away where Starke and had no telephone
they might i
from will be
ted yesterday'' that work Otis Nelson assistant superintendent Born at Fair Bluff, N. C., on for camp nerve as guides reached in an quickly
Ing the middle of next ; A. A. Annls, concrete work February 2, 1894, he was the son visitors "
It, strikes such a. responsive chord and expresses the and fill; I* M. Barton plumbingand of J. O. and Louisa Smith Powell U. S. O. Centers operated by "Now they said, "we have ''J''
'Our P. W. A. signs arer of American citizens, the Telegraph Joints the army and S.I I the Y. M. C.' A. headquarters In the office of the '
feelings so many electric work. was married in Tarboro N. C. C. S. andJ. !t'
wage scale has been : of newspapero that are reprinting a letter recently written to the C., In 1884 to Uisa Martha Ann W. B. were opened last year Mayor and Chief of Police In' the
and we expect to put 45: Memphis Commercial Appeal by John C. Sheffield, an attorney of Tlson. and havo been visited by several City Hall where we can be reached -
to work next week.. thousand any time during the night"And
pen W. A. Bessent Sr. men weekly
the he according
Helena, Ark. During forty-one years Councilman H. A. Bishop,
all bit only a abort while to the directors. The U.
new 8.
lived in Bradford Mr.
In cities have County, owner of the
: Since its publication, business men's clubs many Starke Telephone
O.Club !
the 'contract will be recently built by the
thousands of citizens anda Powell was engaged In naval government Company, cooperated
: distributing reprints of the letter to by changing
and work will go for- been wao opened February 14
Buried stores operations and became one
TuesdayWilliam telephone number from
n a modem fire stationt Memphis mother who, has two sons in the armed forces of the of the county's large landowners.The and Is being operated by the y, to a number shorter and easier 104
to the City Hall. United States' has begun a house-to-house canvass of the city, askIng old Powell-Smith Co. fig M. C. A.FacUlties. to remember-21,

citizens to write their congressmen, enclosing copies of the letter Abram Besaent., Sr., ured prominently in the industrial provided at the clubs With all these extenuating circumstances ,

and asking their attention to the matter on which It touches. 89, well-known Bradford County life of the county. Include showers, reading and the <::Council without

sters Act This is a matter'of life and death. It concerns the future of citizen, died Sunday night. March Of a quiet, gentle nature, Mr. writing materials, games, music, rescinding the first action tacitly

woman. and child in the United States. Read the letter, 8, at his home east of Starke Powell endeared himself to a checkrooms, personal and spiritual decided to postpone carrying out
every telling him after a long Illness. large circle of friends and took a aervice, dancing movlea and the new regulation for another
eet Needs pass It on to a friend, and then write your Congressman Born on a plantation !In the old leading part In church and civic plenty of comfortable chairs and week. Last week-end, however

the people want action along this line and want It QUICK ThomasviUe settlement of Clay affairs. For many years he wasa sofas for thorn wishing to relax. was described as more disappointing

County. Mr. Bessent came to deacon In the Baptist Church, Additional facilities Including than the first. Consequently,
a Joint meeting of the "To The Commercial Appeals the Bradford County at an early age retiring In.later years because of bowling alleys, tennis courts and this week A. L. Alva,,". Chief of
Ministerial Alliance and My only son was born while I was In France daring and during his long and useful 111 health, and was also a member other outdoor recreational facilities Police, took the following letter

epresentatives this week.action, first World war. Today he, Is a member of the United States lifetime was variously engaged In of the Masonic Lodge. are offered by the N. C. C. S. and handed It, personally to the

definite forms of Marine Corps. He sailed from California the first of January the saw mill business, cotton gin Mr. Powell Is survived by a under the direction of James May. proprietor of every licensed beer

decided upon by these and we have heard nothing from him since. We know he Issomewhere operating, and at one time was daughter. Mrs M. P. Gahagan of The J. W. B., directed by Louis parlor In Starke:

In the Pacific.- U'e are anxious about him. Thousands in the merchajrtlle business in Savannah, Ga., and two sons Malakoff, has a wing In the new "On February 24 at a regular
art from the Rev. Roes M. like tin. Starke. He was of Hugenot descent Luther O. Powell and John H U. S. O. building for social, religious meeting of the City Council of
eld, special messenger of other parents are send being the son of the late Powell, both of Starke. H. Is and recreational uses. In Starke, Florida, It was decided to
the Presbyterian commlstudylng "The pl'eflfdeDt'says we do not have enough ships to Abram and Sophie Besaent of also survived by four grandchll. addition It has charge of the notify all places selling; beer, or

the soldier prob- supplies to Our troops, and that we must build ships In a hnrry. North Carolina. dren. R. Emmett Gahagan, L. Armory and la conducting regular Intoxicants of any nature whatsoever

'ggeated' the plans which Even as he spoke several hundred shipbuilder refused to workon The greater part of his life, Powell Gahagan, William O. Powell basketball games and tournaments that sale of same betweenthe

ing put in order and will Washington's Birthday because they were not paid double however was spent in farming at and Mrs. Glen E. Wood; three hour. of 12 Saturday night

idly carried out by these time. his large homestead east of great grandchildren Glen Wood The Women's Club building/ for- and 12 Sunday night must be

tationa. who are In the Starke. He was very active and Jr., Bill Wood and R. Emmett merly occupied by the Y, M. C. I stopped. Anyone convicted of
primary problem was that -How can fathers and mothers 41 boys their lives continued his farm work, even at Gahagan Jr.; and several A., has been taken over by the violating these Instructions wilt
drinking going to the danger zone and who are bring called upon to hla advanced age, until confinedto nephews and nieces. Y. W. C. A. and will be operatedfor be punished by having their 11-
aamnent of the churches feel and 'surge' of unity when the President and the Congress' bed by his last illneos. Funeral services for this respected the benefit of women and censes revoked by the City Coun-

peclally In the matter of aen permit a bunch of shipbuilders and munitions workers to quit Besides his widow, Mrs. Ursula citizen were held Monday girls connected with Camp Blan- cil.1e hope that we may have

Sunday. Thanks ared when they get good and ready Besaent the deceased 1 In survivedby afternoon at 3:30: o'clock in the dIng; Miss Sarah, Reed the new your cooperation in carrying out

to the city council for at the front get -overtime and 'double time' In five daughters,' Mrs. Fannie Baptist Church with the Rev. A. director, has already begun work.A this request and that It will not
curb on beer "Do our boys who are Riving Bryan, KIM Minnie Bessent Mrs E. Lightfoot officiating.: Interment special radio broadcast from I be necessary to resort to any
selling over ? Do our sons
of the rhlllppbu
the fox holes David Oliver. Miss Juanita Bes "
and desire was In Crosby Lake Cemetery station WRUF Gainesville, will drastic actions.
a expressednnecessary their lives to protect the Jobs of these and others like them quiton sent and :Mrs. Dave Turner all under the direction of De- be given Sunday afternoon at 2:30:

be closed places of buaikewiae holiday? Like hell they do! of Ft. Lauderdale; ,two sons W. Witt C. Jones. o'clock by men from Camp Blan Ambulance

respect for on Sunday "One of my friends, who b a good mechanic with a family A. Besaent Jr., of Starke, and L. Active pall bearers were: Paul ding. This In a regular Sunday Corps
the church.
membership of the'' com- to support went to get a Job In a munitions plant. Every day D. Beasent of Belle Glade; one E. Canova. Glen E. Wood Wm. C. feature sponsored by the U. 8. O. ..Meets On Wednesdaysoj
hear the radio and read to the newspapers that such men sister Mrs. S. J. Wynns of Powell, R. E. Gahagan, L. P. Club, operated by the Y. M. C. A. I
we on munitions for our soldiers ,sailors. and Tampa; 14 grandchildren and Gahagan and E. A. Moody. since last April and brings. intimate Ii i The Starke Emergency Ambulance
and problem discussed was are needed to turn four greatgrandchildren.Funeral information Corps, under the direction of {
until he could get a union Honorary pall bearers Includedthe Inside from the
e to the transportation for marines. But this man was refused a job net have seiVlces were held trustees and deacons of the men of Camp Blanding. Excel- I A. J. Thomas, chairman met !in
s from the camp '* Many card. He could not get .. union card because he did Tuesday afternoon at 3 o'clock Starke Baptist Church. lent musical programs have also the Courthouse Wednesday night.

ot attending churches and ,enough money to buy one. In the Starke Baptist Church, of been outstanding features of this Moat of this corps consists of

to the USO because ,of "Is It the Idea of our government that It Is more Important which he was a member. The Baptists Consider OrganA broadcast. members of the recently certificated
Crowded and unsafe- busses union. than It Is to prrserve-the- American Rev. I* ,A. Shepherd officiated. first-aid claws which was
te schedules and stops for to preserve freeborn American! citizen get a Job In a Interment was in Crosby Lake new Hammond organ will be City Council taught by Prof. M. W Morrow, of
desiring to Union T Why can't a
attend churches without having to pay Cemetery under the direction of used at the worship services of Hampton.
he USO will be given thee plant where the government need Key-McCabe Funeral Home of the Baptist church In Starke on Meeting DatesThere According to Mr. Morrow, the

| bua lines Immediately. tribute to a high-powered leader T Jacksonville.The Sunday morning, adding to the members plan to hold meetingson
IK their cooperation. "If our sona are to be drafted to give their live for their following served as pall beauty of worship in these services has been so much con the second Wednesday In each

third plan is for red, white country, why .hould not Labor and Capital be drafted to supply bearers: F. F. Stump. A. O.Andrereu It was announced today. fusion In the mlnd/t of many peo month, at which time certain

ue arrows pointing to the them with munitions'of warT Why should Congress which bas A. J. Thomas N., Stern- The organ Is used as a courtesy ple as to just when the City problems will be discussed by

ER PLACES IN STARKB". i the to make laws. be so tender of the regard for laborers berg, Carl Johns and C. A.. Futch. of the F. O. Miller company In Council holds Its meetings, that various men of the group. Wed.
will point to the USO, power who work and prosper In safety while havingan Jacksonville and its use was arranged City Clerk Carl Johns has requested nesday( night T. L. Hamper discussed -

NCCS. and the churches I I and management" for the lives of the boys at the front? Recent Births for by the organ commit that the Telegraph clarify: "splints.. and the group
ut in order. The first of utter disregard out loud. tee of the church. R It Is foundto the situation. entered Into a round table discussion -
signs'! will appear on the "We don't like It, and we don't mind saying so right Mr. and Mrs. Harold. Kite, be the Instrument desired, The Council has Its regular of other Imoprtant matters.Dr. .

before Sunday. In addition Maybe It we were electing. some senator and congressmen Starke March 10, boy. there la llkllhood that the church sessions NOT every Tuesday, and M. B, Herlong. chairman of
with a map of Starke. de who wIlHrM down and compel Capital and Labor to get Mr. and Mrs Henry Howard, will purchase It for permanent NOT every other Tuesday; but the Division of Health and Housing

ing the "BETTER PLACES" into this .war. And come to think of It. this Is election year Starke March 8. boy. use All members of the churchare every first and third Tuesday. for the Bradford County Defense -
aVailable for service men well get bury while we have the time and Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Montgomery especially urged to be In at. About once each quarter there are Council was present with
flies. and will also have and we might a. Starke, March 9, girl. tendance at services Sunday to five Tuesdays In a month. The many helpful suggestions. It was ;e ,

chedules of all services and opportunity. C. SIEFF1EIJV. Mr. and Mrs: WIIUe Starling. hear and pass judgement on the regular meeting 10 held the first decided that at the next meeting

as being carried on by -joijf Lawtey March 10, girl. Instrument. I I and third Tuesday In each month. ,there would be a fish-fry.

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.' in danger of having any particular shortageof PLOIUIIAI I.V: CIlAftCaiol -I You are Ii'Ihelby. MI'.
1 the Bradford Telegraph I tI County o
clothes for most every purpose-but it lJaf&4Nt Leo Robert H. Dratflald Or&lfleld. Plaintiff Defendant.vs. I tltI ed Court and CIIU.:' In,.Ih IVb"III"
KNtabllHhod 1877MEAYBER. does mean more standardization of clothes TelelrNlPh dIVorc., Iradi'"
% shall
c1 nxt. llbU'h
: i1 ,. Z-'jj less variety, substitute materials in many NOTICE TO APPEAR I I '\\ .lneH"tour my We..kly I..Il_
FLORIDA to Leo hllnd
k [ FLORJDAPRESSASSOCfATION'iMflONALED1TORALASSOaATION' cases and the putting of serviceability and Robert Dratfleld. whose residence ruary seal at 2Tth.//Starke.1942 'Iotldillt.
\ '' Friend Is: City of Schenectady' County of (OFFICIAL b
] protection ahead of style. .or / "How to Kchnneutudy. and Btttte of New A. Clerk of 8ICAL,
Maid '
York and reside at Number 78 on Uerald "urt
:j : 1 0.4! j Perhaps-and what husband wouldn't and. Influence People. Uarfleld Avenue In said City. I Atty. for It:Fit hart, lack",

'i ; I:. L. MatfJiewn ________ Editor and Owuer You are required to appear on I
'}. ,i.: '" welcome this as a law of the landstyleswill April 6tl>., 1942. In the above named -
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,. SUBSCRIPTION :KATK be frozen and this year's hat and dress seeks divorce. Bradford County I COVS'CT P8.951051 II t
'h Telegraph shall publish thIs Order CICRY. ..
t.73 Six Month Sl.OO-- will be in for the duration of 'I R. M.
Yearly ; perfect style in next four weekly issues. Cr..btll. ...
i : : __ Wltneim my hand and official I Bonnie IVey CrabIll1'
: the wafT I Case No ..
== COURTESY PAYS-IN CASHDo seaL at Starks. Florida this February Il7 .
';' .' 1ilt i.J I : fubllohed Weekly on Fridays and Entered a* See-! 27th., 1941.OFFICIAL i I ORnEIt OF PI'RLtr..
( SKAL) A. J. Thomas ANO NOTI(' ,
:f { 4:: "'I end Claim Matter at the Pout Office at Starke, Fla you know how to write a "dunning" letter without AH Clerk of said. Court. 3-6 4t a.2iMarlon I I STATE OF FI.OI\InfPPI:

)": <' I f" No Lollypops For Junior making the other person mad? Well, here's a letter that II. Jen nine, Jacksonville, '1 Ivey Crabili Cha
\\1 oI!' Fla. Atty. for Plf.iv I E.: Washington OI.,
After Dad Pays Income Tax got results in twenty-four hours. ..- I You are D. C,
\ f( I re'Jlllred
j !; Husbands May Get A Break Van Edwards of a bottling company at Amarillo riRcriT coniT. BRADFORDCOtlVTY April 8th.. 1942:!. i In Ih.10 I
'*' ) Many a father will call his little clan < KLOIUUAl I.V: tIIANIt : -'. ed Court and cou'e, alob
f 1.. In "Freezing" Of Styles Texas, told me this true story. (,''' Y. I tiff Seeks divorce. nradfrti

!( !'* If anyone wonders why more clothing together* this week to announce the sad results One morning on his desk he found a letter from the Helen Frank ;MerD rcmYba Plaintiff. Defendant. vs. I I 'rele.rap.In next tour.. shall Weekly IIUbU'h.:'

bf his analysis of his income tax blank. Waples-Platter Company of Fort Worth Texas and when Case No. 1859. I Witness. my hand I. ""
t. :; is needed to supply our army than to supply ORDER OF PUBLICATION I seal at i4tark5. I"
t Fiurid.
;: With his forehead furrowed, he will he saw it he did not open it because his company owed AND NOTICE TO APPEAR l 2nd. 1943. ,"

', t h. .: those same men when they are in civilian them a small bill and he knew the letter was a dunn. lie STATE OF FLORIDA to: Helen (OFIrICiAL. SFA.) A. .
point out that the tax is the in his As ("Jerk ot z
biggest Frier Polk Darblay, 68 Green leal said
F j, 14" q I life here are some interesting figures from left it on his desk most of the day because there was unpleasant !Street Quincy Massachusetts.. I,Iityra.; "ndrum C..urt., I
I tory and that to pay it each member of the inside. He looked the amount and it was You are required to appear on 1' Pit: BIOL
last to show how hard soldiers are news up .
ii'ii'I' ;1 the war April 6th., 194/. In the above named -
< family will have to confine his purchases to be in hurry about -
I j clothes: $24.50. He decided he would not any Court and cause, wherein plaintiff I IN "IIUTIT ('01 nT.
on seeks divorce. Bradford c
,P in France in the last bare necessities. Mother will have to post- paying it.Then Telegraph shall publish thin Order I tEstY.; :I'Y. J1'LUIIII"1, '
I I.">. The soldiers her to clear off his desk he slit open the envelope andfound in next tour weekly |issues.. 1 Frances M. Payne
'! pone shopping trip daughter will haveto I ,
Witness hand and official 1'111.
war had to have: a new overcoat every five his of view in 20 seconds. my 1 John Augustine. I'ayn
a letter that changed point Heal r this Fsbruar Case No. Do
t. stay home from the movies and junior Va7t"ht. ;l2""lorldn. 1 1870
i slicker five months This is the exact letter ., ORDEH
months ; : OP
/1; : ; a new every (OFFICIAL J. Thomas I PI1ILICA.
must asking for Ionrt. NOTI&'R
stop lollypops.It's "Gentlemen As Clerk of unlit 3-8 4t 3-27 I
tll flannel shirts and wool breeches every 60 : STATE 41'' 1o'LOlunl

t ( t days ; coats every 79 days ; underwear every too bad that we didn't start savingfor "A machine has been invented for almost everything T.Atty.Frank for Plf Lnndrum Htarke, Florida I I I Augustine slnla. 1'.yne. 1'0r'01O"' ..
Don't ask if I
will collect me
except one that our money. You are
\\t 34 days ; woolen socks every 23 days. Furthermore income tax payments last September.We have never seen a 'slot machine.' IV COit't(11t.T, KbOIIIUll 051ST. Hit IV: UJI'OIlU CIIAN- I Pt April Court 8Ih.. 111!required. l III, Ih.to ab I<,

Ifi "';'' '- all of this clothing was made of meant to, but it seemed a long ways "But if a collection machine was invented it would be CKRY.Lillian: $ tiff seeks dlvof"Telearaph '.. ,Br.dlor 59...
off then. Now we are faced with the realityof because it would not have that friendly Ordmnndy Tllden. Plaintiff "hull PllbU'h ;,
"- the best materials available. unsatisfactory ap- vs. Charles W. Tllden, Defendant. In next four II

_N l,,: In civilian life even an eight-year-old having to put the money on the line by peal. which, you and I know gets results. I I Case. ORDEIt No. 1860.OP PUBLICATION I, seal Witness at Htark0 my weekly hand j Iw 1114,,,

March 15.Income. "Therefore, for lack of something more modern we are : AND, NOTlfre! TO APPEARSTATI2 I 2nd. 1942. "Iurlda I
boy can make clothes last longer than that OF. FLORIDA to: Charles (OFFICIAL. SEAL
old-fashioned for
coming to you in that good way your %v. Tllden, Street, Hunting-' ) A. J.
;;t:, That's one reason why in spite of increased tax may not get any bigger check. It isn't very much-in fact we wish you owed us tan.You Long l.3a required IJ" York. ( Cha.S Clerk H. ot ff..HH.saul' l'"r JacklOO'1b! g. ,

p'e'V' production in textile mills and in thisyear.. Next year it. is apt to increaseand more, but it will help. Hope you will mail it today. April 6th.are, 1944. In the to above appear nam-on I .Att3r. for Fit
'f.:- clothes manufacturing plants civilians are it is still possible that Congress will put Courteously yours ,tiff d Court seeks and divorce rnuse, ,and wherein Custody plain-of IV! "lIt"I'IT ('Olll'! -!' ..,

: j'l;I"!, \ going to have less choice of clothes from through a new tax on wages which will be EMIL L. BOYSEN." Children.graph shall Bradford publish County thin Order Tele-In I I, tEStY.cot'ts'ntFLOltiit1: 1 II''

four Jo1uphu. It!. Iv ..
.: 't) now on. Another reason is that textiles deductible at source-this year. Van Edwards tells me he paid the bill that very day. text Witness weekly my. hand Issues.and official LI V. Iv..... Oetend..nt.. P1aittjt('toeS; ,n

1 r which ordinarily are used in apparel are We might as well look at a big ,, ax as What a splendid collection letter! seal mary at 27th./Stark, 1942.. Florida this Feb.'I I AND OKDEK NOTICE 010" I'I'BLlrAr TO APPI

How much better it is to use such a letter than a threatening ( )OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas STATE OF FLOHIDA
r'H;;' 3: now in great demand for other army needs. something permanent. At least it will go AH Clerk of said Court. 8-6 4t 3-27 V. Ive". 3214 Lena Avenue,u
grouchy one. Why don't you go over all the letters T. Frank I Vlrl/rlnla./
Landrum Starke:
: \
t' Already there fcre several important on until sometime after the war is over- you have to send out asking for money and re-word themin Atty. for Pit. I You are required 10 I
'II April 6th.,
fibers which are no longer available for and when that will be is anybody's guess. a more friendly way? It'll do more for you than a dozen IV CIRCriT minT. BR1DFORI> e Court nl.i'4j.J lii"'the h:':

,ir civilian and the if ('OI'VTY, FI.O1IIIJII IV CHAN- tiff seeks. divorce. ...??,
number will
use in demands. human even they
rapidly But since as far as we can see ahead short curt People are CK.RY.Hallle I Telegraph shall puhll.h I Ibl

,[ crease. Since there is no more silk nylon now a big tax is coming owe you money. Treat them that way and you'll be surprised ; (C.ault Singleton Singleton Plaintiff, I Detendant.1 VR.1Oraee I IORDER i'n I 'Wllne"N next; !tour: my .hand ly-taHl..a

: up every year, or at the results. '.n.... Nn_ HAII_ seal at tarke .'iortdai i
; will be almost
used for -- "
: \ entirely military every three months, let's all make up our OF Pt'nt.ICATIONAMJ' I j 2nd". 1943.
"uif.m" and will / iv; (nun" ) NOTKT3 TO APPEAR I I (OFFICIAL SEAL A. Jp,
roriiT. .
purposes so a large proportion of minds iniAiironn 4th, 1943.OFFICIAL __ _
to for An Clerk of
save it It STATK OF said Court.
regularly. will help ('Ol''I', FLoitiitvi iv CHA.\- ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas ; FLORIDA to: Orace U1
Linen and manila fibre in 1'S'II'. As Oault whose residence Is: Jackaonvlllt r rI
rayon. are great keep Clerk of said Court. 3-8 4t 3-21 Rlntrl..to'h :"Jr.'ty'to
in the .
peace family and it will Itoiite Plf.i.v
make it Alice It Smith Plfllntlff. v. Ed. 1) King, ox 8, Union Mouth
Jacksonville Fla.
!';1. demand by the armed forces as of course easier for local SmIth I Defendant. Case No. 1899. ttrlrn Carolina.' I I
our storekeepers who You ;:;;;.
will OHDKK OF PUBLICATION are appear on : riittnr -
:1.ull'e1ho: ; : ci'col..t'rY. '
+ ; are wool and certain forms of cotton. feel ANti NOTICH TO AI>PKAK April 6th., above nam-1 I .
1.fl' the brunt of father's "stop buying" STATH ()Jo' FLOUUUV. tojEd IV: ( 1114'11'1' fOt'RT. IIHI>)>"'0.'"> wd Court and cause, wherein plaintiff I I, (,''':11 Y. Fi.omiMi ltd'L _
: All this doesn't that civilians Smith whose) roiIVTY. 1"1.011111\ IV fllANfKHY. seeks divorce. Bradford
mean are order.H. residence Is: Route 4, County Anabel Slatt r)'. Plaintiff nl
Klnston, North (,'lIrolln... John Telegraph shall publish this Order aid C. Slattery Defendant|
You Nlmmerfroh. Plaintiff vs. In next four weekly Issues
are required to appear on : 1874.
: April 6th., 1942. In the above named Antonia Karnell Nlmmerfroh.: De- Witness my hand and official ORDER OF
FLA. STATE FARM L. Parker Court fendant. Case. No. 1875. seal at Stalk. this I PI'BLII'At
und Florida Feb
were guests of relatives Susie Andrews of Morrieton.Mr. cause herein plaintirtseeks OIIDKK OF PUBLICATION: AND NOTK'E TO APP.-
t t By E. II. ItouvlerBUM. In Jacksonville Monday and ,. and divorce.. Bradford. County ANO NOTICB TO APPHAit ruary(OFFICIAL 28th, 1943. STAT!: OF FLORIDA: t It j
: Mrs. Ethridge Cason Teleoraph/ Khali puhllHh( this Order STATK' SKAL) A. J. Thomas C. Slattery, whose Kltl.nn, L
Tuesday.Mr. In next four OF FLORIDA to: Antonia : AH Clerk of said (,ourt. 3-8 4t i-ti
,: have weekly Issues. West 147th. Hired New Iml
.. I'ABTNEY :NTERTA INS and Mrs. J. A. plenty of Illness this week. WllneHN my hand nnd official seal :" ..r.elll.; ., Nlmmerfroh, whose rest I John J.> Hendarsnn, St. Augustine, York.
Bouvier Vlllaice
Their eldest son, Jesse nt Starke, Florida of Plelberh, State Fla. Atty. for Fit.
p Thd Marvin thin March 9th.. You lire required 10' .
Club of
Bridge entertained Karlntla. -
by visited relatives Country of Auxtrla.
at Mcintosh and had 1942OFFICIAL ( 6lh. .
has measles April 1942 In the ibmled
i ; Mr* O. U last and missed two ( You are required. to nonear on IV 'CIRtTIT
Partney Thursday Evlnston SEAL) A. J. Thomas "Ol'RT. TIRADFOlin Court and
Sunday. I weeks of school. The second I Art. Clerk of said April 6th., 1942. In the above nam. COI'NTY, KLORIIIAI IV CHANC'KRY. caiiHe vbmiif
_ ;c was an especially enjoyable af son. Court.13: 4t 4-3 ed Court and rite seeks divorce. Rradforl i
ti Mr. and Mrs. S.' P. V. Mortllng I Rob Is 111 with measles now 1 J. S. Harrison, Jacksonville Jack'aonvllltf tiff seeks divorce.cause wh.sin nittm. Telegraph shall. publlnh 'lbi|
: fair. Always original In her form of MelroHe Fla. Atty for Pit. Bradford County C. Louise Smyth' Plaintiff, vs. L. In next four weakly iepu...
; ; 'of entertainment this time Mn.'i *. were guests of Mr. and while the youngest son, Jim Pur in Telegraph next four shall publish this Order "ike Smyth. Defendant. Case No. Witness rny hand tnt i
weekly issues.
; .I.4: Fartney apked her Mrs. M. E. Grlner Saturday.Mr vis, Is slowly recuperating from I Witness my hand ana official 1854. seal at Starke, Florida, ttli i
guests to wear : iv evuerr rot'RT. \OFOIID ORDER. OF1 PUBLICATION Sri.: 1943.OFFICIAl.. I
cf .a kitchen aprons. and at refresh'raent and Mrs. Jack Salzberg and double pneumonia. Mra. Cason ('Ol''''''}". FLOIIHMl IV ('IIA. weal 6th. At 1943.OFFICIAL Starke. Florida this March AND NOTICE' TO APPEAR ( SEALS .UII,
daughter, Esther Ann of New herself ia suffering from flu. ('KItV.: ( SEAL) STATE OF FLORIDA to : L. A. Clerk of said Court. Hililam ,
time A. J.
they went to the kltch- Dorothv I I Thomas. I Pinks Smyth, whose residence la
York Carlos and Lonle Mllford. Plaintiff, v*. Joe A.. Clerk nf said Court. 3-6 : H. Wilson JaiknonrilklAtty.
City Herman Green of 4t X-Z7 24A
'p el ,en to serve themnelvea ,cafeteria Emory and Ral- 1) Mllford Defendant. Case No. I Quartermaster Service Halta- : for Plf."Take .

style to 'hot dot. -dole claw, Qhet-ter Smith of SevJlle' were ford were visiting relatives In IS94
,.; crackers, and coffee. C e n tel'- Sunday dinner 'guests of Mr. und New River Sunday. ANP NOTICK 011'l' pi/nLirATiov TO/ AI'T-EArt --1--; :: rrrrTr .iIf. r1r 'at .....

1e 'pleces on card tables for refreshments : MI's. J. I.. Robinson. I Mrp. Rhoda Dowling. is visiting Milford STATI3 whose OF FLORIDA residence to: I Joe Un P. c1fjnj'L ; .
: were plates of apples with Mrs. H. C, Wall and Mrs. her sons Joe L. Dowling and Fon- known. ,

olives and pickles on toothpicks. Eugene Jones of St. Augustine'rile Crews of Live Oak this week. You are ruiulred to appear on
April 6th., 1942. In the above
friAi Table covera were decorated with I are visiting Mrs. J, G. Godwin. I Floyd Wiggins has been Belling Court and ruune, wherein plaintiff named

cut-out kitchen utennlls knives, off some of his steers. He still seeks divorce. rtriulford County
forks and spoons Table numbers; NEW RIVER I has a big pen of fat ones for sale.J. TeleR-ruph In next/ four shall weekly iniMlHh I".."this.-.. Order .__

j: j were on colored eggs while score Jennie L. Lavender la now In Vir Wit n..." niv hand and official Real __
By Lee LazenbyThe at Starke, Florida,
this March
tI pacln pictured refrigerators anil I ginia. His family will Join him in 13. '

,1( talleys were pot liolders. Prizes of ( following Items were leftover at a later date. OFFICIAT.. .' SKAT.: ) A. .T. Thomas
An Clerk <>( xald Court. 3-13 4t 4-3
: Defense ttampw were won by from our Issue of March 6.) Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Johns Sam 11. \\'In."n Jacksonville. Fla.

;.;4 Mrs. L. A. Wiggins, high score were visiting Mr. Johns' mother, Atty for Plf. I 4 ;

Mrs. L. K. Chapman? bingo and[ SUNDAY CIIUKCII NEW KIVKIt Mrs. Belle Johns Sunday. 1

Mrs. Jim Hitch won a kitchenbroom Miss Ina Forsythe entertained 1'lIlfTI'; "' (01'11'1'. \DFORII
as the The Rev. Fred Green of Jacksonville ('01 "'I'V. 1o'1.0'1I" t tL. gilt %_ 1
Galloplnjf Goose u large number of friends at a ('''::11'I I I it .

prlz-j. A negro mummy doll was and formerly of Brooker play party recently. Tthene HnnderR Plaintiff v". Jnl>e
given each guest as a favor. filled the pulpit March 1 at New Mrs. Malzle Samlei-x, n..t..nl\ant.\ Cane No. 1900.
Rlvar Sparkman and tI1I1it (l1? PUBLICATION' :
(" .1&& NEW AKK1VMLS Baptist Church with the daughter Hazel of Sanford were AND NOT1CK TO APPKAlt. I
regular pastor, the Rev. H. M. week-end guests of STATK' OF FLORIDA to: Jabe from
Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Sparkman's Sanders who. I :
Paul Me London Tillman and Mr. Green's residence In Un me
: Stepfather c'lsters Mrs. Ernie Souther- known.' C
rejoicing over the arrival of the Rev. W. M. Lawhon land and Mrs. Joe You are required to appear on
J'i a son on Saturday March 7, at 1 assisting. The Rev. Green preached Forsythe.Joe April: 6th, 1942, in the above named .

b t.t: : the Aluchua County Honpltal. the morning and afternoon L. Dowling and Fonnle Court* and divorce.I cause, Bradford wherein plaintiffweek County

j.l; ;'q On Sunday morning at the Lake services. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Crews of Live Oak were In our Telegraph hull' publish this Order .it's
Shore vicinity Monday. In next four weekly tinmen. .
Hospital In Lake Green of
City Mr Brooker joined the Witness. "iv hand and official Deal.
: 1 and Mrs. W K. Tyus became the church by confession. The Rev. Mrs. Mary Cason has been at Starke Florida, this March 9th., \ '.

l proud parents of a son weighing Mrs. W. M. Lawhon spending this week with her son 194JOFFICIAL: ,
joined the ( filI AL) A. J. Thomas \ .
: and the 'o '- '
10 pounds and 13 ounces. Ho has church by placing their letters. daughter-in-law Mr.\ and Mrs. As Clerk of said Court. 8-13 4t 4-3 real thing .: _

: been named Harold Maurice. A basket dinner was Kthrldge Cason. .1. H. Harrison, Jacksonville Fla. ,:: ":,'- -'. ..
spread out. Atty. for Plf.
:..l I9 Mr. and Mrs. John Godwin also doors and the large crowd present Eaton Brown of Sampson was \ :. 'o.

have a new son, born on March 3. enjoyed a splendid feast, In our vicinity one day this. week. 1"IIUTI'; .. 'Ot'IIT. nn.\OIo'onll : ,

Those out-of-town Mrs. Joe Mooreland her son ('01'-, ."..OIUU.\.1 iv CIIAVcKiir. t33. : .
On Thursday afternoon attending Wayne Hazen and ,
Mrs. J. ; services were: son-in-law Clarence ( ,
'$d O. Beavers Mnj. J. B. Treadwell, I Mrs. Munroe Barr all of Jacksonvillewere Lilian Chlttenden Chlttenden,. Defendant Plaintiff Case v.*. .
J, H.
iI 'l Mrs. J. McCormack the Rev. No. ISSN ;
Dunn visitors at the Fred recently visiting Mrs. Moore- .P..r
; !4.j Farm, with and family Mr. and land's OIIDEU PITBLICATION' '
R. H. Cox and Mrs. Guy parents Mr. and Mrs. Will AND :NOTICE TO APPEAR :
Plnholater ;
Mrs. J. M. Bradley were enter and Mrs. Andrew STATE OF FLORIDA to: Llllah
: t;, tamed llrannen all of Jackson Mr. Gus Thomas Chlttenden whose residence In 942 '
Informally by Mrs. J. A. and mother Juniper
ville. From Drooker: Mrs. Htreet. Atlanta Oeorirla. .. I -
Bouvier who served her guest, Rosa Mrs. Della Thomas of Jacksonville You Are required to appear on 'O',,
after Plnholster Mr. and Mrs. Russell" were I April 6th., 394... In the above nam.
__".__._,',._sewing L _.. and chatting hot ) Green and fa.mllv. .lq..... .... recent guests of Mrs. I' ed Court and .cause wherein plain
--- Thomas'
-"' .ue.uz u. V u. son-in-law and tiff seeks divorce.
: na.Iuw WiltS and L I' daughter I Bradford County
; Markey, Mr. j4
rice-flake Cookies and Mrs. Eddie Mr. and Mr:.. Reddish Andrews. Telegraph/ shall publish thin Order .
: I Lewis Mr. and In next four weekly Issues. 1
J Mr. and Mra.: J. G. Caldwell and Mrs. Lee Green Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Johns were Witness my hand and official ,

14,4: 4 and daughters went to Ocklawaha Rhymes.family From and Mrs. Minnie visiting with Mrs. Johns' brother 5th seal at 1542.OFF'lt'IAT.Starke. .Florida. this March
Sunday to celebrate the birthday Osgood Butler: Mrs. Leon Renfroe and family of ( 8EAL) A. J. Thomas
of Mr. CalilweH'si mother. Green Mr. Robert Green I Water Oak Sunday. As Clerk of said Court. 3-8 4t 3-27
and family. Mr. and John S. Cnwles.,. Jacksonville Fla.
Mrs. H. W. R. Mrs. H.
4 M. Row and little Dubose and Edgar Honabach of Atty. for Plf.IX .
grandson Jimmy family of Worthlng- Washington D. C. :
Cole III are ton Is visiting her
visiting Mr. and Mrs. M. R. Springs came. sister.. and brother Mrs. Floyd : rof CIHCTIT"'TY, COl'RT. DR\.DFORO .:
Holmes. M.'. and )Irs. Meadows Andrews Wiggins and Rudolph Andrews. IIIA.VCEHY. -

1'b. Mrs. Robert Chapman left Thurs are receiving Mrs. Honabach will be remembered Lii la Mae Mette. Plaintiff vs. Mel- '
congratulations on yin L. Mette, Defendant. Case
day for a two week's visit with the birth of a big fine girl. as Miss Veda Andrews.EVERGREEN 1889 No. '. "
: Frank A. Judge and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Calvin McCord I AND NOTICK TO APPEAR 'u'r -
Smith of Orlando. are also STATE OF FLORIDA .
receiving : Melvin
,t. end K. in D.Sanford Mobley spent the week. on i big boy. All congratulations parents and ny Mm. .F. A. Rosier I* Mette. whose residence Is unknnwn. Go Tefreshed

_ visiting his wife babies are doing nicely. You are required to appear on .'
-1 4 and family who will move here Misses Susie jur.-- ana -Airs.- Joseph Copeland April 8th., 1942:!_ In the above nam .
and Court
*i soon aa a GenevIeve of rift and cause wherein plain '
residence Jacksonville
can be se. Barden of Canal Point were visiting\ Mra. seeks divorce; and custody of
were week. '
cured. end guests of J. S. Rosier and family Sunday. children. R r a dIn rd County -- 'I.4.
Mrs. G. C. their brother Pfc. Teleirraph/ shall publish this Order ,
Mrs. ,
Richardson and chil Pete Harden of Camp Ancll Hall of Jacksonville in next four weekly Issue, .
dren Botavia and Frederick were and their uncle and Blanding left Saturday for Jacksonville Witness my hand and official a? ,
aunt. Mr. seal at
week-end and Starke, Florida,
guests of Mr. Mrs. I after spending two this March
and Mrs. E. A. Sapp. : weeks with 5th., 1943.OFFICIAL.
1Ptk Li.A. Shepherd. M. L. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie McClellan. (( ; SEAL) A. J. Thomas,
Johns Jr., won As Quality is the first rule in
highest Clerk
Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Scott are recognition as a beginner In the Mr.. and Mrs. W. T. Brarinen O. A. Stephens of said Court.Jacksonville 3-8 4t 3-27 Fla. buying things

s entertaining Mrs. R e n shaw of r Ganus music class. had as their guests Sunday Mr. Atty. for Pit.IV .
Jacksonville Beach Ervln An. and Mrs. to eat and drink at home.
,; and together drews won second mention. Jenson Brannen of Jack Nobody
they spent the week-end in Jack. Plays a violin M. L. sonville and Mr. and Mrs. Herbert 1 : ciRcuiT' rOt'RT. BRADFORD
I ; sonville. and Ervin plays rO" TY. FLORIDA I.V: CHA.V-:
a Hawaiian Steel Norman of Starke. 4'F.1t: Y. wants less. Coca-Cola has quality

Mrs. L. A,, Wiggins and daugh. clang played Guitar. The Mrs. Maggie Forsyth Is Martin EuenVoodl..", Plaintiff, ,
concert for visiting vs. Kffl Woodley. Defendant.
ter, the Case
Marie are spending several I first time It was the third her children In Jacksonville. No. 1814. -the quality of genuine goodness. -
days with Mrs. class ORDER
Wlggln'0 mother meeting.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Forsyth AND OF Pt'HLICATTON
----I 1. R.Maxwell In Jacksonville. and Mrs. E. A. Sapp visit were visiting his mother and Woodlv STATE OF FLORIDA to: Kffle Its taste has a thrill that is pleasantly
_ Bristol spent the week-end ed their grandmother Mrs. residence In 11350
I son-in-law Maggie; For- : 'r
South iFentworth
and % :
lu In Gainesville with his Mr. daughter, aytb and Mrs. J. S. I Ill nois. Avenue, Chicago,, You
_ Prof. Edwin Brown of parents.Oxford, Keystone and Heights Mrs. Robert Ward of urday. Rosier Sat. You are required to appear on exciting. Its refreshment satisfies. trust its quality I

Ca., was the week-end Sunday. April *'h., 1942.: *in the abDve nam.
guest of r Mr. and Mrs. ed Court and] ,
cause wherein
Floyd bialn-
_ Mr. and Mrs. Wiggins RULED INDEX
J. G. Godwin. had as their CAKDS-3x5 i tiff I Necks divorce Bradford County

Mrs. J. I.. Robinson and Mrs and Mr. Troy Sunday Andrews guests Mr. .1 per BRADFORD COUNTY Telegraph In next/ tour shall weekly publish Issues.this Order OTTIIO UNOt AUTHOIITY Of THI COCA-COIA COMPANY IV
add Mrs. TFLKGRAMI.:
: Witness my Hand and .official STARKE COCA-COLA
Seal at $ftarke .Florida this March i BOTTLING CO.P.1 .







,High School Journal WEEKLY NEWS ANALYSIS By Edward C. Wayne POl.IC"I s I '!

Change Toirnnl Paris .

r Treasury Asks 7l/2 Billion Tax Boost Indicated by Bombing r

|Editor-ln-chlef Campus ChatterHear Building Better CourtesyIn Though the British had syatemattIearly | l t
Jorie Thompson To Carry Out U. S. Victory Program' bombed enemy installations tat
ampus Chatter that J. E. and Enos were Bradford CitizensOut The Theatre occupied Europe, particularly those: .

argue Mathews disappointed with their dance Friday Sweeping Soviet Advances ContinueAs nearest the channel coast, Paris, except -
of all the counties that Very few people consider: others a
jjVeima: Norman night. It seems that everY-I for the token bombing In 1040
Inlor News is have furnished draftees for the while In the theatre.!! They pop untouched the '
Class body always wanting something New Assaults Puncture Nazi Lines had been virtually by
Enos Hayes to do, so J. E. and Enoa gave a present world crisis Bradford their gum rattle their candy war,

Special Reporters dance for the high-school stu rates among the ,lowest in fur- paper or make many unnecessary However with a sudden day and
Norman nIshing boys who are physically comments on the picture attack the huge auto
Cleo dents. against
RobertS, The attendance was very, of is always FniTOR-R NOTE_"*.. .plnlini era ........' !" ..!... .olnm.., ...., night
The chatter course, not -
Class News very poor. fit to pass the strict military ex- are Ui... .( Ib.. .... ....,.. mat ..a ....M.II* ml ISIS. ..o........ttRel.o..d factories on the outskirts of Paris.[
Mae Parker At last, the annuals are aboutto amination. comments on the picture, M M H M. by Western Ncwapuper. Union> < Britain apparently,. bad told the '

nlor Class News blossom from a dream into a Perhaps we say that this Is but is usually unnecessary. If one world that her policy. toward the

.atherlne Nollman reality. Special thanks from the the fault of the boys, but when could exchange places with the queen city of France had been .

Eunior Reportersavis high school to BON-ART STU- the low percentage is so evident one who Is having to listen to changed. i I- ;

Nina BishOP Eva DIOS. Without their unselfish wou:d it not seem logical to attribute the noise, I am sure that thenoisemakers A large squadron of heavy. bombers I l

Iney, Martha MarkeyBiographies help, the Annuals would have this to the lack of physical would refrain from meeting considerable antiaircraft I t:

been a successful flop. If of education in the school? Statistics this unkind procedure. rl"Y tire, had flown over the city
readers want any have proved that in counties And another thing, go In the and suburb all day and far into the ',
you ever a !good theatre with the intention of night dropping deadly loads in the A ,
picture of yourself, be sure to where this subject is being offeredthe i noo ooa Sao
patronize BON-ART. (This is rate Is much' higher simply staying still, not continuously neighborhood of the Renault Citroen I

J. E. DENMARK non-paid commercial). a because the boys are more fit. squirming and running in and out Iliepano-Suiza, Puts and Reg- '
eek we are going to gethead" the theatre. If one doesn't wantto a .rrw' nler motor works I
Understand there's going to be A country is only so strong as h wr
of things! and re- see the movie, he should go Vichy did not reveal the amountof
a "B" Club its citizens' and aert
dance than
next now more
life story of our class Friday elsewhere for his trotting about the damage, but said there "were
night. Orchids to Patsy and her ever before this is of vital im "
-i J. E. Denmark, born : and private conversations.It civilian casualties.
fl923. In Lake Butler. His assisting crew of workers. They portance. People who get plentyof may be that one doesn't realize I942AKY1BL London bad been terse about the
In have done a wonderful Job and exercise and keep themselves affair/ simply stating that the Re-
at B. H. S. began the discourtesy of the act he ,
yg have set an example for fit are the ones who are neededin '' .
grade and have continu- I execu- would consider and go only for nault auto factory, to France what
.I until today. He enjoys tive-council members to follow in this vast! expanse of defense the performance .. (PROPOSED> ) Ford is to this country: had "be
classmates and re many years to come.Approximately production that we are sponsor- come the symbol of French col-
tig new 19 more be- ing. The high school is the place Q "
days 3 a7.OQO1 laboration Germany.
fe of old ones, and It
bpe loss''that we will not lose fore the senior's long-time privilege where the fundamentals of edu- Tenth Grade NewsThe ; The company., said London, "is
of observing "Kid-Day." Won- cation are taught and it seems known to have been engaged In the
of them before gradua- Sophomore classes enjoyed ...... .
der where we'll go? I haven't to me that if we could establish making and repairing of transport I
class ''
their annual picnic Friday
heard any plans yet. a course which would train our /JIl' vehicles, tank- and airplane engine
ij J. E. to be a very ath- Seven more weeks of school bodies physically, in the end our afternoon when we all went to for Germany."

fiow who enjoys any type ,' (I'm even counting the days I youth would achieve more and the Florida Theatre to enjoy a Ste'-ntr.,waNr..y ? ., "

His favorite, however, hours, and seconds) and 45 SenIors develop better and stronger double bill. Ten cents was givento ACE: a
and It Is his desire to each student to spend on refreshments Secretary of the Treasury Henry MorgrntBaa aa he presented a
ll, will step out of B. H. S for- bodies. How can we expect to Made in
going to school In order ever (We hope). The week of assume our part in this war if or whatever he wish new 7 billion ItO million dollar tax program to congress. If approved by a Day 't.

an active part In this I exams and then graduation. Oh we do nothing about remedyingthis ed. Everyone really enjoyed the congress, the new taxes proposed by the treasury, added to the prevent From the Pacific theater had

[He predicts that withinrs how I wish the standard of hav-, unfavorable situation whichwe afternoon.We total, would yield approximately 23 billion 487 million dollar In U4%. come the story of a' determined attempt \

Starke will have the ing the Impossible "B" are facing? are happy to welcome an- This would be an average of slightly more than Ins for every man. by. Japanese heavy bomber, 't'..;
would be
tball team It has ever other new student to BUS, her woman and child In the nation. evidently operating from an Island
lowered to "C," so the seniors I A good, strict, educational pro IF"
name Is Louise Roes who comes base, to put one of our largest air
could have a last fling at their gram is what we need and badly. from Dunnellon. TAXES: JAVA: craft carriers out of action. t
school hours, If the one remaining privilege. Tours Let's not cheat our : ..
young people "Dot" Faxon, reporter. The vessel, thank to.the vigorous
la good, he like to get truly could be exempt then. Evena out of their rightful place In the War-Not CheapThe New Psychology defense of the pursuit personnel '

[he open air and practice! choice would ,be/ best (I hope field of progress by depriving Job of digging ..OOOOOOOOOIn The word "ofl.nslvo" had become escaped "without a scratch"the

If he can't do this, and this takes, definite action on the hem of the privilege of developIng Sixth Grade News tax money out of the pockets of Increasingly important in the dictionary navy had reported. .

hing else to do, he enjoyso faculty!) If we had the choice their physical needs as wellas Miss Kennedy bought four new the people of the United State had of the Allied Nation, Out of It emeigcd Lieut. Edward "
| the movies. His great then we could choose the mental. In Washington[ Chief of Staff Gen-
between be- Let
Bradford books for us during the week-end. been placed squarely before Secretary OHar of St. Louis, Mo., a* the
la sport clothes. ing exempt on all if county furnish minds and eral Marshall had struck the key- "
we didn't strong We are very glad to have two Morgenthau of the treasury, war' first "*c. in a day
the biggest surprises in have an average below "C" on bodies to the defense programs' new pupils in our room. Their and he had placed a plan before the note, and when the Jape came into The Japs came against the earner ,

i came when he was elected all our subjects, or If we had an and the armed forces. We can names are Kitty Lee and Mary congress to accomplish this Java, and General Wavell was with 18 bomber in two nightsLIEUT. '
fit of the Senior class and average below "C," and still hada help win this war but we must be Lou They are from Texas. He had prefaced his announce- shunted off to India, leaving[ Dutch' :

res that the fulfilment of "B" average on one or two physically fit first Taylor.Elizabeth Cox, ment of the plan with the statementthat Gen. Ter Poorten in charge, almost, n as ,, 1 1N 1P ,,
Ice la the most trouble- subjects, then we could be exempt It was a "victory ptogram" and the first order to the men was to yamrry

his school problems. Well on those one or two but Ooops! The Juniors that "war was not cheap, but a million make an offensive/ out of the defense:

,' that' all that's worrying still have to take the others. If Imaginary LetterBy times cheaper to win than to of the Island.

|>ur troubles are over, bee Aladdin handed me his 14K wIshing The lights are dimmed, the Idalou Davis lose." The troops, which included some ,

think you're doing a bowl for a few seconds, this music drifts Into misty sound, The plan had called for a general American. British and Australians

wonderful job. far-flung bit of meditation would and the curtain is parted by Invisible My dear Charles, doubling of income taxes betweenthe but which largely were Dutch and \ 'iI
come true Some time ago you asked me bottom limit and $10,000 Increases natives had hurled themselves at
|likes! are sports, dancing hands. The time Is the dwr
account of
A ill' birdie tells to write you a short of corporate taxes, increaseof the enemy with considerably more
me that Bac-
[nette girls, and his dice present. The scene is In the McIntyre -
and calaureate will be held in the [ home. my life and while I can see no excise taxes, and a raising of the force than had been evidenced by geometry stuckupHe Baptist Church and reason for your wanting It, nevertheless social security payment ra/ea. the British In either Malaya or Bur- I
graduationin George: It isn't if I
displays, his school as were a
the courthouse. Too I am keeping my promiseand One innovation was the secreta ma, and early successes were re I
his favorite bad we mere child longer. I'm sixteen
colors.purgold. don't have any giving It to you. ry's suggestion that at least a por- ported. However, the estimated 85,- /
His favorite song is such a n auditorium for now, an' you don't seem to realize My early life was nothing ex- tion of the tax be raised at the 000 Japanese troop were able to I..

the gulne" as played but long thrilling, drawn-out farewells., inevitable Ever, -I even got a "legal right" to citing to brag about. I was born source, employers withholding weekly turn the tide of battle against approximately I

lie Shaw Veronica Lake is drive-- and believe it or not, I experienced amounts from their worker pay 50.000 Allied soldier.
orlte actress and also the /since Starke! I entered the first grade In .Professor: Sonny, turn that all of the petty trials and I and turning it over to the treasury The laps had landed at three
be would most like to and saw the seniors march thing off. I'm trying to concentrate -
tribulations ,which are so numerous monthly. point., the estimate being that 140
| The city.he>enjoys visiting out first after assembly. I waited In the life: of a child. At Secretary Morgenthau admittedthis worship and transports had been :" t J

City out ne WOW lUte to impatiently till the day I would George:; I'm talking to you about this time the friction be- might mean paying on two used. One landing was on the Sumatra -
his home In Augustine; get to be in that happy group. Can't you even listen the time after I II
tween the North and the South years' taxes at same point of the island anotherin ,
'Ideal girl would have the But, what happens? Through no Professor: Oh! I though the was well under way and I grew about July 1, but pointed out that it the north central portion, and I

[ of Betty Grable, hairlike fault of our own, the school be- radlj was on. up in the midst of it all. Since I would reduce the burden the following the third just west of Sourabaya. tA's d'' -
of comes crowded, the auditorium is George: Gosh! Here I been try- firs t
marr, complexion Mad. my father was strictly southern March, and also would prevent Though most observer felt from W
arroll, and would be able partitioned off Into rooms to meet In' to tell you- if you'd Just it was only natural that I be influenced taxpayers from pending in InflatIonary the first that the battle fur Java

bee like Rita Hayworth.all this over-whelming[ Increase In give me one intelligent reason by his Ideals and opinions i avenue to purchase goods could have only one end, and though EDWARD O'llARE ,

( right If you can find student body, the plaster starts why I can't have a car- on a great many *Ings. that could not be produced, in sufficient the Dutch, at the outset were bitter NaiYi Ace in a Day.

nth those requirements. falling, and I don't get to march I Professor: B e c a use statistics Almost' from the first I was a quantity to meet the demand. against the United Nation. for
{you do let us know, J. E. out first. Now, my thoroughly show that most of the fatal accidents and of of nine each. Only two got away.
lover of music, poetry seemed The first reactions congressmen not having sent sufficient aid, the Yet the attackers came in with such

ly weather doesn't keep him I; that I am a peeved boys and their reckless driving did not take me very long to find was doubtful if the eventual tax bill psychology, to be "on the offensive" a ferocity"*ulctd* crash"one with his load of, I
I think
from school; in fact he likes I pessimist.has been that every- Do you want to be picked up in out that they were my life. They would emerge In exactly the formas instead of the defensive at all time bomb on the deck of the ship
thing handled
then, provided, of course? under the very well pieces ? At least now you're alive thrilled my soul and all of my presented by Secretary Morgen- The battle for Java marked the "So close was it" the navy had reported

|ts out early. He liked existing circumstances, life I have been deeply moved by tau but that something substantially closing phase of the beginning of "that he was shot down by-
and I
hope that some day we George: Alive! You don't call it'alive"
like it would be adopted was
them.I .
better the Southwest
the way it was, be- "' Pacific war Japanese point-blank anti-aircraft fire when
e! boom, peaceful and quiet, will have a new building (maybeIn when I haven't even gota lived my life in a rather considered certain. successes in that area, won ata less than 100 yards from his objec
time for my grandchildren: ), flivver, do you ? Might as well this of the Morgenthau schedules -
how when there Is such a peaceful way but was not to Sample huge cost of man power, were tive."
h all the time. that will have an ultra-modern be dead and burled! Expect me last. Finally the thing which we carted for single[ person making largely the result of overwhelming O'llare got six of the enemy

jsr finishing high school J. cafeteria, a big auditorium a to ask a girl to a movie and 1 I all dreaded came, the war, and a net of $2,000, now paying $117. air superiority plane all by himself. The other

s to go to college and play long hoped-for gym manual-aits have to take her on the streetcar like any other normal, !loyal to pay $230; for married person pursuit filer got the other ten. Two
room, chemistry room that does I the I making $2,200 with no dependents, IlIOM :
pL The Senior class wishes Southerner, army. returned to the Jap base unscathed,
e best of luck always. not leak when it rains, home-ec The second time our curtain of: saw little fighting for I was soon now paying $61, to pay $118; for 'Inside Story'More apparently. Two American plane

room, elevator, better illumina- curiosity parts, George has Just captured and sent to a prison married person with two dependent had been hot down, but the pilot of
tion, air-conditioning, and plaster seen the new girl. Prudence Darling camp where I remained for the (average family) making a net of the "inside story" of the one was rescued.'

Grade News re-Inforced with steel (maybe we duration of the war. The treat- of $2,700. to pay $64 Instead of the fall of France and the reason for H I
It dramatic affair and
can get on the priority list beingIn George: Wonder If It la too late ment was not at all commendableand present $29.RUSSIANS, bad been aired by outspoken Eduard wa. a one 1
which showed the American pilots
I made some money selling the defense area an' every- to Invite her to the party? CuteIsn't here I developed a disease Daladier. ex-premier who had been
being tried in combat and not
| and bought some, new 11I If : placed on trial. were
thing) we ever get this I will she? which, I have been continually
I found wanting, also that the Jap
books. We enjoy reading be tempted to start the 12 years Brian: Say, what's the matter fighting ever since. Increase PaceIt At the same time ex-Generalissi losses, tt they continued at five to

very much. over again. with you? Are you falling for The food and cold left me In a had been expected that as the mo Maurice Gamelin had stood one or better, soon were bound to

are sorry to lose one of our Hoping the above -will come her? weakened condition and when spring thaw began to set In the stiffly at attention, refusing to an- be reflected in a lose of momentum

Robert Wetland. Robertto true. George: Who-me? Falling? peace ,did come I was not a well Russian would find the going more swer a single question hurled at him for their drive;

Atlanta I remain, Ha! Ha! man. That alone was a tragedy. difficult especially a* Hitler made by Pierre Calus, the prosecutor

wish this rainy weather NOSEY. Gee, I wonder If I am? That reminds I had to walk all the way home ready for his "spring offensive. But Daladier, giving still more import STRATEGY:

clear up as we can't get me, Brian; can you lend me from Maryland to Georgia after I Some wonder had been caused to the reports- of dissension and Decided UponWhile

d play during our play Third Grade NewsWe some money? was released. The hardships which when the German began issuing lack of cooperation
Brian: Say, what do you think I endured were most dreadful and bulletins telling of enormous numbers ; within the nation there had been little question .
I am-a banker? of Red shoved charged that that the Atlantic Charter and a
Betty Powell, reporter. were very sorry to lose as Ii result of them I have net troops being up
several of our pupils recently Omar: I got another cccustomer recovered my health. toward the front report which were the entire war effort possible, spring offensive on the European

Edwards and unless you got the price for the war law had more or less confirmed from Redsources. j *, of France had front plus the keeping of
Hi Grade Carl Price, Billy Previous to
News9P 4i Y been "sabotaged" supply lines open to Britain andRussia
Karol have all moved the car. but now I
Thompson been profession
my '
by the lack of Interest were the primary American
And There two possible solution
now curtain is goingup were
We have that music and poetry '
away. a new pupil, was certain at> military objectives a significant
for the third time and we see to this-either the, Germans were several
I loved
ninth grades have been Joyce Falrcloth. were my life dearly my strategy bad been decided In
4 large steel Indus upon
for the
Dutch and the off Oh dear preparing their people expected
-- me,
We have science readers was during this period
ng dues and selling sand- new flute. It tries. the Pacific theater
of the loss of the Six.
some one has dropped the cur report
toward a definite end. which we enjoyed very much. and the years following[ that I field which had been lie told of two This strategy called for the use of
bf this Joe Dowling Lazenby made our tain; but you can find out what wrote poems and stories.[ In teenth army \;
my and
purpose has been ac- Russa district ,. concern which Australia a* a basing-ground a
trapped In the Staraya
This week we bought study of the stars more interest- happens by going to see the Junior the "Man or they were trying con-
J Defense Bond for B. II. S. ing by bringing in pieces of Play, "Growing Pains, on my henrt In describing a the United State and Britain by the offensive against the Japanese. ..

|stlll have enough money left metallic material[ which are be- March 20, at the new USO build- lovely scene. I also wrote "other that vince Russia did not need and could Ednard. Daladier government long There had been number of "to

me form of recreation for lieved to have fallen from a me- ing. poems such as "My Spring "An not use additional lease-lend aid before the war to take part in a gov ken" bombing raids on Port Darwin

oup Discussions for this teor. He found them in a field Katy Did Evening Son*," and "Life and However this might\ be, observer ernment-private industry combine and other points of Importance to ,

In order. near his home. Song." Here I express the Ideas had considered it more likely that i, which would have set up huge arma- Australia, and the Aussie believed

I wonder why: Our study of democracy and Eighth Grade News8A and opinions which are mine and Stalin having placed large groupof ment work In northern Africa. that these were laying the groundwork

1mJ. and Monteen talk so -patriotism inspired these two I not Influenced by an adored general In the background post There Daladier had testified the for an eventual all-out assault

in study hall. poems: father. The South was my home of training new armies, wa putting government would have been able to But it was with the offensive, not /

9-P students don't pay their We get our report cards Wed- and I loved It. I never hestltat these into the fight in order to have strengthened her armed force the defensive thought in mind that '

we can have a FreedomThe nesday. Some of us are goingto to pay tribute to It. halt the "spring offensive" before it But the industrialists approached Australia was planning with the y:
Lyle Anderson. torch of freedom shines be a little afraid to take them While much of my time has could get going. To the westwardthe refused to consider the plan until United State for supplies, men and

Over the flag, red. white, and home. been devoted to poetry I never Russian army has captured France was at war with Germany, munition with which to make the

enth blue. Betty Turner has been ill but forgot m Y flute. I played'' at large quantities of war materials.It when it wa too late, he had said. continent a springboard for attack

Grade News7D The torch of freedom shines she is back with us today. We numerous appearances and gained recalled statements of Napoleonand NELSON: rather than defense.MISCELLANY.

Over the rich and poor. hope she won't undergo a relapse distinction In that way. of the Germans themselves during i

three The torch of freedom shines for she Is an "A" student.In I do not profep! to be a genius, the last war, that conquering the How to Spend '

g a seventh grades are Over all American people. Science we are still studying but I do profess to be a normal Russian was impossible because of Donald Nelson WPB head I : I ;

They contest In. geography The torch of freedom shines First-Aid and someday some of person who knows what Is Important their tremendous manpower, for charged with the Job of spending an
are trying to see For ever more. In music and apparently unending succession of
class our students may help save a to happiness. counties thousand of new troop
and can make the most By Adelma Clark. person's life We appreciate Mri. poetry I found happiness and to always appeared on all fronts, just billion of dollars, had Issued a document Puerto Rico American soil on the

which can have the Ingwalson starting I Flrst-Aid them I have devoted my life andI when one thought them well beaten. called Directive No. 2 which Atlantic tide had felt the Impact of
failures. The Land of Freedom German shells. The tiny Island of
to be their mosobedient outlined to the world his theories of
We realize now, how shall continue
Is test we made thirteen The land of freedom is a home among us. servant. There mere many who had ex- how It should be done Mona off Puerto Rico which houses
and the For all Americans to own. important it Is. pressed the belief that Germany CCC had been shelled by a
lowest a camp
grade was All of us are learning many And now my dear boy you have In the first place, he ha* ended
e other classes; didn't beat Our flag, the red, the white, the different things about our bodies It. The story of my life In a nut- Instead of driving Runslans back competitive bidding on war work. submarine I
ch. We this spring, might If forced to a New York The Vatican radio bad '
will show them on blue know before. shell and If you can gain aa much H* la trying, he had announced
ext test.e' i Is the one for all of you. that we Mott. from your life as I have heavy battle on two front, even to get the small plant not now engaged announced that food supplies, sent j 1

[ Demorest. our Geography We give It our pledge every day Dorothy from happiness mine it will have been well be knocked rapidly out of the war In war work Into the war pic by. the Pope to starving Greece, had

r, 1 II proud of, us. I And hope that we can always. 11 altogether. Validity of this belief lure: arrived there safely and were being
PA.PEB12 :x spent.
It Possible 7'Only We hope that'we will win the war CARBON will be determined soon. distributed.
more IS K box-BRAD- Sincerely yours
". 8 1-% x : per
of ,
for evermore.
school And have our flag Sidney Lanlcr,
Joyce Moore. By Mary Lou Dunhimer. FORD COUNTY TEUCORAPn. #

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F-:: _
--- Woman's Club Elects Marine RecruitingTo Orange Line

Il"t! i f7 SOCIETY and CLUBS Delegates To ConventionAt ODAY- Be Held Here Changes Hands Co.

__ J Meeting"Wednesday On March 17A
Nleuport B. Eel

t 1 : Mist Willie Mae Hinson Presbyterian Auxiliary St. Edward's Church The Woman's Club met Wed- I muJI Recruiting party of the U. S. the Orange Lines \rne">p

i Weds Mikel E. DentonOn Has InterestingIeetings! Is Scene Of nesday afternoon and waa pre- Marine Corps will be at the I Camp Blanding Cab &

March! 7th of the Pretty WeddingA sided over by the president Miss 1TofifgffowjJ\% Starke Post Office on March 17, Inc., has sold his nag u,
The Ladles Auxiliary "
aimllcity Evelyn Stump, and in the absence between 9 A. M. and S P. M., for these two corporation '
and |It
r Mrs G. W. HInson of HamptonI' Presbyterian Church had a called marriage of beauty of the secretary Mrs. E. L. Williams I DOH aOBnBOH the purpose of interviewing applicants Moore o f Atlanta
week when Miss Edith Ct
of her meeting Thursday of last took place Moore is a director
announces the marriage acted aa secretary pro-
for service In the Marine 0( ,
daughter, Willie Mae, to Mlhel E. at the home of Mrs. V. S. St. Pellegrlna of Patterson, N. J. be- Airlines Inc.,. and the ,'

f + Texas The John. In the absence of the presi- came the bride of Pvt. Arthur tein.Miss TAX Income Corps. Company.
Denton of Houston, Chrfrlie Mae Carter, execu- Is
Jack Odom who
presided Sutllff Jr. Saturday eveningMarch We now approaching that one Sergeant According to
event of Saturday dent, the meeting was YWCA are JaaM J
marriage was an tive secretary of the tim of the year when $50.000-a- from Marine State Headquarters, general
In StEdward's manager
Miss Luc lie Mitchell, vice 7, at six o'clock, of
'f, evening March 7, and was over by The (USO), which has been estab- year men look with envy upon those Orlando, will be in charge of therecrultlllg' panics, John Z. \
Church. don't Fletcber
Catholic fellows who
performed In the presence' of a president.The llahed in the Woman's Club build- lucky S300-a-year: cent in income party. sonville insurance '
I Dr. J. C. Oles- Impressive ceremony w a a performed have to pay a single ma.,
speaker was
1' few friends by Judge J. E. Townsend ing, and her assistant Miss Reed: tax. Young men between the ages half Interest IB 6

l' ,, f ,,1 of Lake Butler. sner, a noted Presbyterian, missionary by Father Murphy. were introduced by Miss Stump But among the millions who have of 17-30 (35 if you're an ,ex- kerns and Mr Estes wu i

Mrs. Denton was graduated from Iraq. Mrs! Charles Mrs. Paul Koehler was matron and each spoke briefly concerning. always been in the low income Income marine.) white, 'without dependants to Mr. Moore. A. j. O
S. and attended the of honor and Corporal Paul Koehler brackets or are facing an and in average normal made local manager'
n from B. H. Allen had charge of the program her work.' first time, there is little
,. of Florida. She has beat The striking tax for the health can take their slap at the Murphy said, and
( : 4 University and ladles and friends of the was man. Mrs K. 0. 'Duncan and Mrs. shedding of tears over the plight of office WIll
'c* been a Teacher In the Starke elementary invited. brunette bride *ore an exquisite B. I Williams were elected dele- the poor little rich men. They are Japs In the corps; Married men In the new BIan4bt;
I ua c school for the past several were gown of white satin and lace, State Convention too busy with their own problems of granted waivers on dependency ter.

'm\ years. .. On:Tuesday "evening a'congressional made with long train, tttted:bod1 gates to,to tattend be.h kl -
S Mr. Denton< In the son of Mr meeting was held, and the Ice' and sweetheart,neckline; completing next month. :Alternates...Mrs.R. Uncle Sam; to.what"how.deductions'theyare to. fill in the corps. passenger buses betw eenJ
I '# and Mrs.; F. P.' Denton of Pale.t .- guest speaker was the Rev. Haver- her costume was a fingertip A. Green and Mrs. James Lewis. I blank to Mr. Morgcnthau's satisfaction Elistments are taken in either villa: 'Camp Blanding am

t l t tine Texas. He attended the field. Annual reports from the veil and her flowers were camellias It was decided to give $30 towards and what the chances are, the Marine Reserve for th i dura- while' the cab companv; i

k f .t i Sam Houston State Teachers) College local church ,*ere given. At five and gardenias.The I furnishing a lounging room in spite of their conscientiousness tion of the national emergency or 40 taxicabs

l in Huntsville, Texas and the o'clock a tempting dinner was matron of honor, Mrs. for the soldiers of the 124 Infantry about it. of avoiding the fate of Al In the Marine Regulars) for the

Francisco Pharmaceutical School served at the school cafeteria. I Koehler, wore a white chiffon stationed at Fort Ben- Capone for errors in calculations. !four year period. Two letters: of slf.as
in Galveaton. Before entering gown with a flowered halo, and nlng, Ga. The income tax is the most difficult :character reference will aid men
mathematical and legal problem
p., the Army and being stationed at Stump-Thompson Engage- carried an old-fashioned bouquet As this meeting closed the club which many of us'encounter desiring to enlist immediately. .

i Camp Blanding, Mr. Denton was ment Is Announced of gladioli and camellias. year, annual reports were heard during any year and this year it All Marine recruits are sent toParrle r

p supervisor of the Henke & Plllot Pvt. and :Mrs. Arthur Sutllff, and the only new officer to be far exceeds anything we have facedin ,' Island, S. C., eastern trainIng -

Drug Co., of Houston. Mr. and Mrs Frederick Field Jr., Corporal and Mrs. Paul Installed was :Mrs. James Lewisas the past.FRAUD base for the corps for the N\
1f' Koehler Mr. and Mrs. Arthur basic military training. After _+. __
'. Stump announce the engagementof corresponding secretary. Officers tips '%
Mrs. Vining Entertains Sutliff ST. to Jacksonville completing this six to eight weeks
to I went of the club are as follows: The government makes its estimates
', + ''Honoring House Guests daughter, Marjorie, ,Immediately after the ceremony President, Miss Evelyn Stump; according to what average training period, men are trans-'' YOU Don't Have!
t Aviation Cadet William Henry :and enjoyed a wedding dinner at First Vice' President Mrs. N. D. payments: have been in the past ferred to Marine' units or to the ,

Mrs. L. D. Vining entertained at Thompson, Jr., of Maxwell Field, 'the Roosevelt.Hotel. Wainwright Jr.; Second Vice- And unless you make a glaring Marine schools. I Intentional) Colliij

j ; ; bridge Wednesday night .of last Alabama, son of Mr. and Mrs For the present, the bride and President, Mrs. L. A. Can 0 va; error you are probably pretty safe The recruiting party will furnish

4j ; week honoring her two house William Henry Thompson of groom are staying at the Mag- Third Vice-President, Mrs. K. O. if you keep within the average foryour complete information on this but l

IRr, guests. Mills Elizabeth Joiner of I Waukeenah; Florida. The wed nolia Hotel while Pvt. Arthur Sut Duncan; Fourth Vice-President, Those income.auditors who check up on nation's oldest fighting service. every year pcno

1'' Atlanta Ga.. and Mrs. Herbert ding will be an event of this lift, Jr., Is stationed at Camp Art. E. L. Biggs; Secretary, Mrs. millions of Income blanks aren't ordinarily out thousands of dolls]

Weaver, formerly Mrs. Florence Spring.STARKE Blanding. W. M. Morrow: Treasurer.. Mrs. going to be too concernedover Procedure
tik i!. FrlsbmuUi of Lake City. W. H. Hart; Corresponding Secretary whether Mr. Jones says he Study' cause their cars arc L

j Three tables were placed for Mrs. James Lewis. gave $29 or $50: to the church. As Under Air RaidsA stolen or involved In

h 4 bridge in the living room, which During the social period :Mrs. long as his figures are reasonable, t
with I Carolyn Callstreet there probably will be no questions meeting held slons.BuyAutomobiltprahensive
waa made more attractive L. A. Canova played a group of asked. was Wednesday

i, azaleas and gladioli. Miss Evelyn ; piano num enl and the hostess But there Is on* major exception night at the light plant of the and Colluwlsurance .
Stump mAde high score and. received volunteer J fire department of the
erred frozen fruit salad' is
_,I a course. to this law of averages.That
j a deck of cards, and to Hostesses" were"Mrs. L. H. Jennings when a complaint ''is .filed by. an, City of Starke., According to Joe before it's too IT

a 4t+ 1I each! honor guest the hostess gave Well folk,. They do say for a bride" on Laura St. Mrs. E. L. Williams Mrs. outsider. Martinez, .there was considerable Charley E. ]
a box of stationery. Mrs. K. G. tax auditors tell that discussion of methods of Job
_ that Sunday is gonna seem like Hafta see him for any further H. C. RItch, :Mrs. Earl Searing, Income me proce-
Duncan and Mrs. Weaver assisted tips from acquaintances of a taxpayer dure In of air
case an raid where
Mrs. D. E. Miss
Sunday once again All sit 'n details KnIght Arline AgencyStarke
Y Mrs. Vining in serving a tempting are the best guide to fraudulent Incendiary bombs are dropped.
ordered to close from Mann, Mrs. W. Mundy.
sip spots
w reports. They say it works this Florida
salad to the .
course gueste.Those midnight Sattlday to midnight Main Drag Driblets: Ann Klip- way: "We hope we don't need it," 119 East Call Strat I

r ,++ playing' bridge were: Mrs. Sunday .' Wbatta relief! pelle scurryin' along in that divine Mr. and !Mrs W. M. Peek Mr. Smith and Mr. Jones discuss said Mr. Martinez, "but we wantto Telephone -

Fred Guy, Miss Abble Harley,' Personally! I'm gettln a bit wearyof mink coat she Inherited as a Honored By NiecesOn their taxes. Mr. Smith asks If Mr. be prepared if an emergency
Miss Emmie Kelley, Miss Madge steppln over prostrate bodiesIn combined Xmas an' wedding anniversary Jones thinks he has a right to takea does arise." ,A special request is

3 't1 r Whlgham. Miss Madge Middleton, movie aisles an' other such gift (Incidentally, Golden WeddingOld certain deduction. Mr. Jones, made that everybody keep two RtprcMntlna THE TRAVELED

h Mrs. E. L. Matthews, Miss Evelyn goings on Hear the L. G. I they might as well make coats friends here of Mr. and sneering a little answers "Don't bea buckets of sand ready for use In fafa.afafafafaf
Take the whole IS per cent
e' sap.
Stump, :Miss Frances Peek Mrs. Hemingways were aroused from without sleeves, as far as Ann is such an emergency. It Is com-
I Mrs, W. M. Peek of Gladwater, you're allowed for deductions. I BUS SCHEIHLSNorthbound
J. W. Brownlee, Mrs. Junius M. peaceful slumber tot her night to concerned She! always throws Texas will be interested to know always do and I always get away mon knowledge now that water .

Smith, Mrs. Ethel M. Biggs, and find a gay beer party going on i 'em around her shoulders, like a that they were honored on Feb with it." merely spreads the flames In case Leave Starke _?. lilt

Misa Elizabeth Joiner.MANUSCRIPT in the owing on their front porch I cape) Morgan Darby chalk- ruary 21-their Golden Wedding Mr. Smith doesn't take Mr. Jones' of an incendiary bomb, while sand LeaveLeave Htarke Starke __, ....._ Iii J Ills

i'1 >. Irked by the closing of Call in' up the half century mark las' Anniversary-with a party given advice, but the more he thinks will extinguish the flame. Leav. Stark' ._ Is.'
about it the more annoyed he becomes Leave Htark __ ._ 2 II'{
COVERS 41 Street oases at 11 o'clock, a group I Friday. March 6 Louise Harper by three of, their nieces in the Jones Leaver Stark. ? ,. 1111'
of lads had bought a case of beer I Gene ConneU's new over Mr. getting away ...av* Starke _, .. flu
i4 100 BRADFORD community building at Gladwater.Mr. .
I 4 per COUNTY with such obvious fraud. He de- Leave Starke _...,._ 20 II'
TELEGRAPH. and homesteaded. the Hemingway I! blonde sec'y. Al Monasoa ar- and Mrs., Peek were marled cides that it's time Mr. Jones EYES EXAMINED Leave Starke -__- list!f-I
porch! rangin' to reopen his thittre in on February 21, 1892 at stopped "getting away with it"-sole 8onthbo I

1 -----.-.-- .- jig-town .. The A. F. Sauls Sampson City In Bradford County. sends a tip to Washington. And GLASSES FITTEDDr. Leave Leave Stark Starke _..__.,.. 2011 J10tll

t Seems that friends of Faye building! another house on Mac- Before her marriage, Mrs. Peek that axes Mr. Jones.PRO'I'ECTION Leave Stark ... __. lilt
ANNOUNCING Peterson are kept In virtual Mahon Leav. Stark ._ .. IHI?
Sara Barefoot an'
was Miss Lilly Wainwright, ( honestyA L. Leave Stark ____. .5P r|
stitches by her unintentionally Carolyn Green horseback ridln' in L. Copeland & Son
and i.11L.avaStark.
daughter of Mr., Mrs. E. J.Wkinwright Leave Starke -
lot think of the internal
r THE OPENING "bright" remarks e.*'W..1nst.aDcebere's the wilds of.New ,Rlver.i.Wednes .,ands she Is the people ;8 W. Forsyth St. Phone 82887 E...lbo.. slater of
revenue bureau as a sort OF'TffE' her latest: "My grand day afternoon i, of, N. D. Wainwright of Starke. gestapo which analyzes each report Dr. Robt." C. ,Garvin Leave Starke, _j- .._ UI'|
mother bakes her roast in the Leave Stark
Mr. Peek is the son of the ,la.teRev. with the sole aim of proving that -
208 Graham Phone Leave ._______ 701(1(
Bldg. 5-0223
oven and my mother on',top of L. C. Peek, a Methodist minister each taxpayer is trying to cheat the Wr.tbnD.d IBtarke
the stove." Sounds terribly Lovely Threesome: Dorothy and elder 'overnment.. Leave -_ .__ lilJJ
presiding for -
_ cruel, doesn't it? Oh well White, Carolyn Keene an' Vivian than 50 more Actually, the whole point of check. (Tallahassee_ Special 1 41! P I I
years State Leave }
ABALuncheonette Anything for a laugh, I always McCord. courteous employes at tug our blanks is to protect the honest Registered Optometrists Leave Starrk .. Jll'l I':
I E say Hear Willie Mae Hln8On's the Fla. bank No wonder Mr. Peek was the first 'businessman taxpayers among us. Like the Evenings, By Appointment Leave Stark .--. ...-llllt I2 ?J|
In' police force the internal revenue Leave Stark
Sampson City -
9kr marriage was one of those"whirlwind" I deposits have passed the million from there to department is something that was -I I II (Tallahassee Special)
i affairs Must I mark! Hear George Manassais La., in organized at the suggestion of the
1898. He also I
engaged in the cotton
1 have been seein aa how the lucky campln' out In the far reaches and merchantile people to see that we all pay out
lad arrived here only three weeks : of Missouri Otis Nelson, aast.! business In fair share of the cost.
i MONDAY MARCH ago, along with the rest of the I supt. on the new Blanding Cen- Helena, Ark., and MfcClennln, Ark. Like any other law the tax law SAFE! FAST! :COMFORTABLE!

k Texans .' ter Job, la plottln' a well-deserved before moving to Gladwater in was formulated to make definite
1934. They have two sons and rules which would serve the com
16At vacation, mebbe !in Miami .
one daughter.In mon good. may
IIi"rbloK<>r* of Spring: Evelyn Charlie Parker, P. S. Stores, and injustices, but it is aimedat AND ECONOMICAL!

Stump's new symphony In blue- 'mgr.. and wife, already there an account of the Golden a fair division of the cost of government

,4 It large blue hat matching blue Hear AI Lozoff has rented one of Wedding celebration, the Glad- according to the ability of RIDE THE BUSSES

Park Theatre Jacket Myrtlce Carpenter'sblue the new Anne houses Flash: water newspaper stated: "Mr.' and each of us to pay.
flower-trimmed turban pick- Mrs. Olson's fried chicken will Mr a. Peek have a host of friends The chief reason that the income

In' up the vivid blue of her printed be a feature at the M.etbOdlst'sup- who wish them well'' on this"remarkable tax regulations/ have' become as Courteous, Correct. ,Information

jersey dreav Better hurry per again this Sat, and it won't milestone aa they are complicated as they are results
from! effort to have rule to
a Given You
an At
4 t ONLY CLEAN TASTY an' do your last round of shop- give out this time! Or so outstanding examples 0 f good cover every contingency. .

pin' before styles "freeze" along they say citizenship, wonderful nelghborll- Anyone who analyzes! the tax law
6 FOOD SERVED with everything else Hear L. ness and fine parenthood. Their will realize that parts of It can be UNION 'BUS STATION

i I M. Gaines celebrated a birthdaylas' Paul lives are also grand examples of interpreted in many different ways
an Franco McLendoa
No havejus'
Wine Or Beer Sold
? Thursday Unnorstand been Christian living." Court cues have also demonstrated
helr-ralded-'aa boy! this. But in spite of Its complications
Alton mansion
Gay Is building "a
Hear some of these
ultra-patriotic the internal revenue department
'JI .. '- Texans Insist that all patrons stared Miss Georgia Haynes isn't apt to bother anyone wh

,every time a jock organ spills Becomes Bride fills In his blank guided by the one I

i ,, i"Deep in the Heart of Texas" Of Mr. ScanlonIn rule "Honesty is the best policy." :

Wouldn't it be less tiresomeJus' HEADACHES relief MODERNTRAILER

to remain standing? Thetune'
a quiet wedding ceremony at This year the government is saving
so popular, you know Cape Gerldeau, Mo., Monday, Itself a lot of auditing expense
We gotta think about savin' shoe larch 9, Miss Georgia Katherine and saving millions of taxpayers a

leather, as well as tires, an' tubes Haynes daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Jot of headaches by naming the PARKHOT
Guess rubber bands will'coon' O. L. Haynes, became the brideof amount which should be paid by'all

be so precious: we gals'll be wearIn' Joe Scanlon. :Miss\ Sarah Hope individuals. with Incomes .up to

FLA.Sun. 'em for bracelets Horrible Haynes sister of the bride $3.000.
was Thus a married man with one
thought, Isn't It? But any- the only attendant.For child and an income of $2.500 can [ SHOWERS I
,thing to help slap the Japs simply check the government's tax
4' ., Mon., Tues.,-Mar. 13: 16, 17 I her wedding Miss Haynes I I
And In
closing, may I remind you hone a pink crepe dress with table and And out immediately that I AT ALL TIMES !
that "A slip of the lip may sinka his tax Is $44. U he pays the $44
)c I "Joan Of Paris" ship" from navy accessories, and a corsage le knows that his report will not
says your (mum
ot white carnations. :Miss.
Hope be questioned Is paid in full '
1iIi : With Michele Morgan and Paul Henried now on) \ -Carolyn. Haynea was dressed in aqua, and without having had to do any arithmetic Five Miles East of. Starke On ,State Highway -
wore a corsage ot talisman roses. whatsoever

Mrs. Scanlon Is a graduate of The taxpayers in this group have No. 48. Two Main Gate
Miles From
c Wed.. "l'bure.-Mar. 18, 19-DOUBLE FEATURE B. H. S., and has been In the the right to fill In a regular form instead ,

No. 1 "Great Guns"With certainly.And office of the Charley Johns In- if they think it will benefit
them but unless the circumstances of Camp Blanding
surance Agency for several years are unusual it is just as economical
Laurel and Hardy Mr. Scanlon. son of Mra Nelle and much less of a strain to pay
Scanlon of New York City, was the specified amount The table is

No. 2-"We Go Fast" engaged in construction work at set up on a basis of allowing abouta
Camp Standing for about six 10 per cent deduction for contributions -

( With Lynn Barl and Alan Curtis months and Is at present in de- which might, expenses be deductible.or anything Some else RATES :
feNIII work at Marlon .
may profit a little by paying this
They will make their home at amount and lose little.
some may a
v Fri., Sat.-Mar. 20, 21-DOUBLE FEATURE larlon. $10
But in
most cases millions of past .
tax reports 8I.ow\! it is close to the .. '
No. 1..-"Siz Boom Bah" WSCS To Meet Monday amount that should be paid.' : Per Month
o This Is the first step in many

4}, With Grace Hayes, Peter, Lind Hayes The Woman's Society of Christen rears income toward tax. U simplification it proves popular of the .: .$230Per :

Service of_ the Methodist other simplifications win probably t
No. 2-"Treat 'Em Rough"With church will meet Monday after- follow. Some day. perhaps, even Week

noon at three o'clock In the the rich men may be able to face
iI With Peggy Moran Eddie Albert Y church. Program and buoineas March ,without nightmares -


yf MIDNIGHT SHOW, SATURDAY, MARCH 21 We Also Save You New Gull1Jlanager

[ Henry Wight III Operated Connection With
Money By Giving: Good ,
J "Navy Blue and Gold"With Clifton Brown, Starke man who

Leather and ,Quick Ser. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wight in has been with the Gulf Corpora-
James Stewart and Robert Young vice. or Sanford announce the birthof LINKSWorltrs !
a Ion for the past six months Is LANOLA
soar Henry Wight HI. on
Also ON THE STAGE = February 28. Mrs. Wight will be now the local manager of the ser-

remembered here aa ,Miss Vera vice station at the corner of Walnut -
;, Rainbow Ranch Girls AH Work Guaranteed Clair Robinson. and aisMisMD.II Finest

'r succeed. E. O. Segul.; wr+o
I Electric RULED INDEX Barbecue and Sandwichesr
Shoe ShopBHllflmiBaakKfttaiaiatagygcKiiaHlgnaaS CAKDS 35: baa gone to McDUI Field,Tampa.
'0 .1 per BRADFORD COUNTY tG engage In defense work for
t he Government

.. .- .., ," ..

-- P1GF Frt+m

't BITS of LOCAL lighter. Betty Jean, were chop- r I t
. NEWS pine In Gainesville Wednesday. Apollo Choir Boys Catholic Grounds He has previously served on the I!

Air. and Mrs. J. E, Prlester and Provide Rare TreatThe Are BeautifiedGrounds Board In the position now held
daughter, Harrlette of Natchl- by J S. Norman. ; !
Tueg- Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Wells
Jennings spent and Mrs. Marjorie Luce, who has oclie. La., and Mr, and Mrs J. famous Apollo boys' choir surrounding St, Edward's ,
Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Wells .
In Gainesville. of been for the past five or six W. Prlester and Miss Lyda Pries- which was featured last Friday ;
Jacksonville, spent Sunday Catholic Church and the
here months an employe of the West ter of Lake Butler
L and C. R. Cooperin with Mr. and Mrs. L S. Hut to.Mrs. ern Union In Starke, will leave Sunday of Mr. and Mrs.were J. 0 guests. Ad- I night at the new U. S. O. build- NCCS buildings1 on Temple Ave. AIR CORPS KATE! 'I !

Gainesville Mon- Sunday for Texas to join her husband klns.! ing under the sponsorship of all have been beautified by the plant-
Hlldabelle Bence will haveas the civic ing of several tropical palm
Corporal Richard Luce. Virginia Lou Plckren of Jacksonville organizations of the City I ,
her week-end
guest her ,
and ion home made a very favorable Impressionon William Doyle had charge of
Hough returned Wednos-
H. L. and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mra Friends of Lt. the planting and, according to J.
Mon- and Mrs. Hal day after a visit with her the large of listeners
hi Noegel spent J.. G. Alvarez of Sylacauga, Ala. group
Alexander A.
NCCS director,
will be May soon
pleased to learn very
nville. Mr. and Mrs J. J. Pickren.Greenwood which filled the spacious audit-
that Lt. Alexander, now on duty the entire K.ounda will be land.
I* M. Gaines and Hugh Ingram, in Washington, p. C., has just orium. ecaped end, with the arrival of a
1 Green and children, students of the University of been promoted to the rank of Coleman Cooper, director of spring, lawn furniture will b e
treble: spent Tueaday Florida at Gainesville, spent the Captain. By Minnie Lee Prlngle" the 24 young singers, ranging in placed.
Gainesville. week-end at their homes In age from 9 to 14 years, demonstrated
Another Interesting bit of NCCS
Starke. Mr. and M.... ,E. C, Johns and that he knew his art.
m recovered Mrs. J. B. Samuels of Camden. news In its plan to sponsor tours
It Kruse has family of Jacksonville were visiting The repertoire'consisted of 15
S. C.. Is the guest of Mr. and .and deep-sea flatting trips to St.
received In. re- Katbryn, little daughter of relatives here,last week-end. numbers, which varied In
Mr. Mrs T. N. Kendrick. M... Sam- ; tempo Augustine! ', Marlneland and other
bile accident.. and Mrs. J. ,R. Kelly, has been uels lived In Starke last winter :Mr.: and Mrs. 'R. E. Lee and and Intensity from the soft, .places) on week-enda. "Many of If* Maas! to M. that Xt (.!. Ik* .. I
.. .. .. ,
Ail d Ik aU Au
sick for sous :
from a week and was taken to while her husband was employedat family of Russell were visiting slow-moving, gentle.lullaby to the the men are from the Inland," MB ktr ckeolt c.k.. u. sale. a
" bop, Buffering Gainesville Tuesday to consult a Camp Blanding.Jack Art. Lee's mother, Mrs. C. A. allegretto .and on to the semi- said Mr May, "and have not had wits loo-flihl RUMPORD-tb.Bak- r
n taken to St. Luke's.cksonvllle specialist.Miss Ptingle! of Greenwood Saturdayand Classic. erceuse/* by Goddard, the opportunity for such diver- lea PevdM tk.l lift .....Uk.. pitot '" ,
Sunday"for "Who Is Schubert and lift* a IanI SS run' .Mnlc Ia"6 +,
Sylvia. by
Haile, son,of Mr. and Mrs. Sunday slons. Anr1u. k..t klt.k.aa. shaft Seat. .
Sarah Poythreas, of Mac- W. O. Belle, who is employed by :Mr.: and Mrs, Joe Copeland of "0 Lovely Night;"'by Offenbach for JIZWhuk1ot.ont.lnlag dome II,.' .. I

Clenny, recently'accepted'a'placein the-.FHA" In*Washington 'D. C., Jacksonville were, 'visiting rla- were beautiful. But when the February Bonds I..... for ftiB f.ar baking a UN. <. l
Guy of Hampton was the office of Charley Johns, has recently been appointed air- Ives here Sunday. choir reached the last three numbers I Adds.namfordBosiAamford.LL' S I

eek visiting her son taking the place of Misa Georgia raid warden for a certain block Mr and Mrs., Cohen 'Peele and -"A Spring Symphony," by Total $29,776.60The J !

ter-in-law, Mr. and Haynes, resigned. and haa six assistants. Ae.. and .Mra. Cheatham Pee-le of Golson, "The Glow-Worra." by .
3uy. Jacksonville were visiting relatives Llncke, and the well-known "Blue Starke Postofflce and the ,

Carl Stromen returned to his Mrs. E. J. Dowling spent the here Sunday.Mr. Danube," by Strauss!, the audience Florida Bank at Starke together

Kldd and son, Rich- home in Tallahassee last Friday, week-end In Jacksonville with and Mrs. Sinclair Mosley was rapt In awe and amazementat sold Defense Bonds and Stamps I. ,

Columbus, Ga., are after a visit here with his mother, her daughter Miss Marian Dow- and baby of Woodlawn spent the harmony and technique of In the amount of 29776.60 durIng -

Kldd's mother, Mrs. Mrs. W. S.NStroman. and sister, ling, a nurse at Riverside Hospital Sunday with Mr and Mra Earl the young singers, and filled with the short month of February
a. Mra. S. S. Dowling. i who underwent a tonsillectomy :- Moaley. 9 admiration for their director. Postmaster Fred F. Stump re-
--- -- ported sales of $22,17660. while
: several days ago. A Hammond electric organ was
I used during the !latter part of the W. B. Sewell, president of the
:Mrs. Paul E.' Canovan Dr. and Mrs.,C. C. Mendoza and Deeds Filed
of St. Augustine son, CUt, of Jacksonville, were I Dr. O. L. Haynes Is building a program, through the courtesy of ;. Bank, reported that while they.
do not sell damps they old $7.,
! 0 f Mrs. guests Sunday of Mrs. small residence just to the of the F. O. Miller Piano Co., of
end guesta Mendoza'sparents rear Hester L. ,Thomas, a widow, to Jacksonville !600 worth of defense bonds. last
nova. Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Griffin his home on South Water street. Willis Dyal, .March 2; Laurlna H.rretwell. I month. PHONOGRAPHRECORDS

and Mrs. Carrie Ritcb. ;The house Is not yet completed Joined by her husband,
cis Parker will leave but has already been rented to a 1\[. E. Fretwell, of Duval County, Methodist Church
end for an .extended Mrs. C. W. captain In the Army stationed at to Walter T. Nazwortb and Rachael Starts Fourth Year Large Assortment -
Savage spent Satur-
her daughter, Mrs. W.. day afternoon camp Blanding.The Nazworth. his wife, March Services at the Church next 15 is "
and Sunday In Sunday will be: Sunday. March the begin- Columbia Victor
Dade City. Jacksonville with her husband, 3. State of Florida, by the Clerk ning of the fourth year of ministry .
Okeh Bluebird
friends of T. J. McIntyre of Church School 10:00: A. M. -
who is recovering from an many the Circuit Court (Tax Deed), In the local Baptist church, r
tie Mae Blakely 0 f tion In St. Luke's Hospital.opera- will regret to learn that to Isabel Bitch,. March 6. JulianL. Morning Worship 11 A. M. Sub- for the pastor, the Rev. A. H.Llghtfoot. Decca ._ ?I I
spent the week-end he l is now confined to St. Vin Peek and Clara L. Peek, his ject: "The Message Worthy of All members
) are urgedto
Selection of
Sam Anderson and C. D. Cook, of Sarasota,, has ac- cent's Hospital, Jacksonville, and wife, to Isabel Ritch, of Duval Universal Acceptance." attend the services recognizing ClailSit'altt Large r

Wimberly cepted a place as meat cutter at will undergo a serious operationthe County, March 6. Cornelia Peek At three o'clock in the after- the start of another year in this l'opularsMall ,.

S. R. Johns A Son's store. He last of this week, They allwish Long, widow, Julian L. Peek and noon the District Adult Wesley pastoral relationship.J. Orders Given
(lute recently..rented to and his wife will make tbeir'home for his speedy recovery. Clara L. Peek, his wife; Lois Fellowship will meet at the Prompt Attention
i L. Huston the W. M. In Starke as soonI Peek Ferryman' and E. K. Ferryman Church for an afternoon program
they can If. Moore Announces
t house on the corner find a suitable place. Mrs. A. J. Griffis spent four her husband; Mlra Darby. concluding with a fellowship sup- .

and Church streets. % hours In Jacksonville Tuesday of Peek (widow of Sinclair L. Peek), per at 6:30 P. U. All adults and 1. H. Moore, prominent Lawtey ,

Miss Sarah Hope Haynes last week with her son, Julian for herself and as guardian for Interested parties are Invited tobe grower and shipper, announced E. L. REAMS

[here will be interestedhat to Starke yesterday morn-returned Grlffia, who has been in the Navy I Leonard Darby Peek, a minor. present. yesterday that he will be a candidate SI9V. University' Ave.

Dr. H. B: McLen- Ing after accompanying' her sister for mere than two years. She child; Sinclair L. Peek, Jr., and The Youth Fellowship will meetat for election a s School GAINESVILLE, FLA. ..
could not reveal what ship he was Frances Lee Peek-all of Starke 7:00 P. M.
|lando, who was a re- Miss Georgia Haynes,'to Cape Board member from District One.
on or where he was going, but Louise Peek Sayles and C.
er, baa been called to Cerideau. Mo., where she became she quoted him as saying: "Tell Frederick Sayles her huwband, of Evening worship at 8:00: o'clock. -.,...- "'- .... n __ ..... ........ TIn ....., .. T u un
j He left his home Mon- the bride of Mr. Joe Scanlon of Rev. H. C. Hard, District
bmp Clalborne, La. New York City. everybody hello! I like the Navy Miami; Carlyle Peek and Ilva Superintendent will preach at the

..."."'...=. = =. ............................. ..............._--_. and plan" to stay with It 20 the Peek, his wife, Chicago heirs at law, 111.-of evening service. A brief Confer.I INSURANCE A N D_ BONDS '
unr = in.FUNERAL======c===COCCCOO O 'I years. same being ence will be held afterward.
Comer L. Peek,' deceased, partiesof
DIRECTORy Prayer services at the church
Friends of V B. Harrell will be the first part'to Isabel Peek
at 8 P. M.
Years Experience Make It Possible for Me to Render glad to know that he is now at Bitch of Jacksonville, March 6. every Wednesday G. C. Powell, Pastor. HAROLD C. WALL AGENCYConstant
COURTEOUS SERVICE his home here after being con- A. H. Green and wife, Fannie M.

MODERATE: PRICES fined to Riverside Hospital In Green, and Luclte'S. Mitchell, a

DeWITT C. JONES Jacksonville! for the past four widow, and Lucile.'Carolyn Mitchell Building PermitsB. Service Over 50 Years '
single (the said Lucile 's.
Starke Florida months as> a result of burns end F. Hall, Callle D. Gay by W.
shock Mitchell and the said Lucile Carolyn
received while working on
March 6 for
A. Gay-$2.600 a
a high-tension power line near Mitchell being all the heirs of concrete block residence, 26 x 34 Please Phone 146 StarkeBRIN"G' '
Starke. J. M. Mitchell; deceased), to C.
feet, Laura street. W II. Noll-
NOW H. Clark and wife, Lizzie Clark,
OPE'U man, 201 Went Madison street,
W Ellis Orr, partner' of w Steve Feb. 25. Etta Powell Brinson andT :
a"I '
March 6- $100 for Had-
Weldon in the Starke, Bowling 'A; Brinson', heTrj husband, to J. garage.
low Con structlon Co., $24,700 II
ELLY'S: 'PLACE'oad D. Bowers 1I1a.rcb' 'f
Alley, returned Monday'from
< atwoweeks'
March 7 for a Health and Medical ;
stay In the Alacbua Center on Church street, bull) JM1 A I i

13 Just North of City Limits County Hospital at Gainesville. New Bulletin BoardThe of concrete block, building one- the Kiddies,
He fractured his
knee-cap recently
., story In height, dimensions 87x72
when he accidentally fell from a Baptist Church has erecteda feet. John W. Knope and GeorgeW. Grandpa With His Specs To Hear

IE COOKED FOOD stool in the bowling alley cafe, beautiful new electricallylighted Bilderback, 131.000 March 10 a
GOOD COFFEE striking it on the edge of the steel, bulletin :board, with 1 for addition to Bradford High And See

,tND'YICllESICE COLD BEER counter. He is much Improved, Interchangeable letters, in frontof School In Temples Addition-two FRED COWELL
the Church. It is the of .
but uses crutclies. gift wings, 61 feet 6 inches by 20S
DeWitt C. Jones Rev. A. E.
feet; and 61 feet six Inches by
Service With A Smile Among the out of town rela Llghtfoot, pastor, stated.! 181 feet 5 Inches-one-story high, Preach With His Chalk At The

tlves and friends' here Monday to 12-foot ceiling, 10-Inch wall; col. TABERNACLE
attend the funeral of Mr. Luther SmSAFFER'S SKRIP INK ored school in Reno 60x57, one- GOSPEL

C. Powell were: Mrs. John H. Pts. $.. Qts. $1.73: -BRADFORD story frame building; both buIUInga Friday, Saturday Sunday 8:00 P. M.

NAT SEZ Powell and daughters, Mrs. J. D COUNTY TELEGRAPH. under same contract.
: Whitfleld and Mrs. Louise Croweof
Asheville, N. C.; Mr. and Mrs
Looks like us Is due for a change J. D. Carter of Buford S. C.; Mrs. .

l Iq the weather, I hope. Lot. of John Mhaley of Tillman S. C.:
aV Miss Pauline Boyd of Hardevllle,
these folks from In t h e cold GET
S. C.. Mrs. M. P. Gahagan, L.
country find it hard to believe Powell Gahagan, W. S. Collins,

that this I* the Land of Sunshine Joe Newton, Savannah, Ga., R

they have been reading about. Emmett Gahagan of West Palm
Beach E. A. and L. H.
of ; Moody CHECKED
However la spite the raID and
Seckinger of Gainesville; Paul E. .
cold we, have. It still lacks a whole Canova of St. Augustine. ",
lot of being SO below. \


: M. W. Morrow :,, S ,f'i

3.'mNQT The Woman's Circle of the Kati'

r a e I.Wednesday Hampton Christian afternoon Church at the home met :N'H: :

; goldifJ't, J&ito pf hour Mrs.followed T. C. Chastain.the Discussion A social PrO- :4.A. ; > :: :f

y gram and business meeting.W. .
_ M. U. MEETS '
iofkatin The Hampton W. M. U. held the
Day of Prayer'' at the Hampton ?;

Baptist Church, FrIday March ,
THE"RIGHT 6. The Royal Service Program METHOD
was conducted by the President (


w R. A. Brannen was a business
ll9.e2d visitor In Gainesville' Thursday
Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Griffin of

day of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Grif

don't have to walk fin.Mrs.. H. B. W I I' g Ins, Mrs. SAVE FOR DEFENSEIf
George H. Williams and son,How- _
fifty miles a day..butI
eU, and Joe Wiggins spent Sun-

certainly lot of hustling have on to my doa fflrj day and In relatives.Macclenny visiting friends You Can't Buy New Tires, Let Us Save Your Old Ones. Our New .

I job..and Peters Mra W. C. Crosby of Plant City Machinery Points Out The Trouble. Our Experienced Mechanics Cure It.
comfortableMilitary arrived Sunday"for' an extended

Ox.fordsanjustthe- visit with Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Have Your Tires Checked Today, Absolutely Free. Camber Base King

Crosby.Swindle and, her. grandson- W.'C. Pin Slant. Turning Radius Toe Front and Rear Tires s

,hoe for Mrs. J. T.'Guy left Wednesday

r msl"r for a visit with Dr.. and Mrs. Wheel Balancing

Weams of Boynton.
"p.u-IIINt dae Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Home had a*

$4.50 specification*of their guests Sunday Mr. and, Mrs.
,, to rigid the Army mad Navy E. P. Smith of Baldwin.Mr. J. P. ROBERTS MOTORSDODGE

\ $6.00 ...la military krowasotbUcks. and Mr. John Napier and .
phUJren and Mrs.' W. N. Brownof
St. Augustine were visiting
friends heN Friday. AND PLYMOUTH AGENCY rA

Mr. and Mrs.. J. IL KcUen and Starke, Florida1S,1943 /

TERN children spent Saturday In Gaines

BERG'SI"lie.I .
I Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Adkina and





: Brooker Brevitiesmm By Miss Velma Norman I Raymond(:I'KY.; W. Oulnn Plaintiff, v*. at(OFFICIAL Miarke my Flor"hO,.d.th"

Lnln E.) QuInn, Defendant. Can No. 1942. 8ilAL! ,
M .. SINGING CONVENTION i 1783. A. Clerk. .. A.
hostess afternoon when Warren who lives on a Bradford County in 1920, and has I ORDER OF" PUBLICATrON Frank aii... COUrt
fo;.:WING CLUB Thursday The Bradford County Singing I'uy '
AND : lIdru....
; ; Mrs. J. K. Douglas was hostess she entertained with bridge from Convention met Sunday at the 20-acre farm near the airport been here ever since, he stated STATE OF FLORIDA to: Loin K.Oulnn forIN pi ,
afternoon when the 4 until 5:30: o'clock. Water Oak church and was attended stated Saturday afternoon that Saturday. He is now a loyal whose residence In, Route Cute, IT

;,', : members Thursday of the Sewing Club met The living room was decorated by singers from several his place was so wet with water American citizen. having cast his No.6.Georgia.Cordele It 0 a d, Kylveater, COuNTy: I"I.OIIIQ

with seasonal flowers and plants. other counties along with many standing all around that be could first vote for Franklin D. Roose- You are required to appear on Mary ic. I
until 5.30
; 11. 3:30: :
: at ber home from TUkay
May 4th., 1942 In the above nam..dCou..t ,
torrential velt ten His wife was Joseph V, Pt"
The recent -
: o'clock. After several progressions. Mrs. from this county. Dinner was hardly get about. years ago. and cause, wherein plaintiff No. 1901. 'Vokt bif
I; V. V. Hazen, who held high was served on the grounds and the rains, be said have done 'also born In Hungary, where, they seeks divorce Bradford County 1 OItifltIt

: The dining room was attractively and- awarded a lovely vase and Mrs. new song book, which had arrived considerable damage to the roads, were married, she coming to Telegraph In next four shall weekly publish laauex.WltneB thU. Order I I I ANt) o.fYrr.rltRIJr;
11 \' decorated with panslen Sanford Ritch, who held low, wan since the last meeting were and many bridges are Impassible. America four or five months after my hand and official seal V. ''Tokay OF FI.o1M'; '

.' ,, ; Jonquils. given salt and pepper ahakvra. uec'l. Good singing was enjoyedby "The school bus that brings my be came. at 1942.Htarke, Florida, this March 10th. I 10 14th. Aven"e,, r"'d.'

: j. ( .f. The meeting was called to Mrs. Hazen served her guests all who attended. children to school can't get from Asked what )he; thought of this OKFICIAI 8KAL\ ) A. J. Thomas I Island You, al'New York, Whll"N..
: ', .t order by the president Mrs. J. W. delicious refreshments later In the Hampton to Keystone. Yesterday Country, he replied: "The Coun- A* Clerk of said Court. a-I3 It 4-' I April 8th.,"1942 r.'lulr'd. II
U. A. Stephens, Jacksonville, In ,
Fla. I i Ih
Ij il. Markey. and all business wasji'C'h afternoon. Mr.. and Mrs. Eugene Ellis and the driver had to go to Key- try IB! all right or I wouldn't stay Atty. for 1'lf. I Court seeks. ,ana cause, ",h.. .
F' transacted. Plans were made for MRS. IIARREIX HONORED family of Worthington Springs atone on Road 28 and then come here. I tend to my own business I I Telegraph divorco shall. Brldlll;

.,:!; raising money to help furnish the Members of the Brooker School were guests of Mr. and Mrs. F. back to Starke and go to Hampton and don't bother with politics. I I I In Witness next tour Weekly PUbU"I

1 :. 'I' kitchen of the community center. Faculty and Mrs. R. E. Hazen M. Norman Sunday.Mr. that way." They may get the go according; to the dictation of IN! (" >CIRCUIT!>\ FLORIDA COURT.TY. IN R'DJI'OnD CHNJ.mm"e -I at Starke. my Florida hond, an.,'
: ; Later in, the evening; Mrs. Doug- were hostesses Friday afternoon and Mrs. I* L. Renfroe and road repaired before Monday, he the Government and I know I'll V. I 1942, tble

I las assisted by Mrs. I. W. Pin- from 4:3O until 6:30: o'clock when son. Samuel were visiting Sam commented."I be all right. The army la nothingnew .| McAllister L. McAilllter\ Defendant.Plaintiff, VB.J I .A.COFP'ICTAr.Clerk nr. Maid REAL) .\1
R Case
'I i"\" \ bolster and Mrs. O. B.<. Colson they entertained for Mrs. Melva Norman and family of Pleasant have been living near Starke to me" he continued. "I've No. 1858 I 8am B. WII..on. COUrt J""kaot I,

(.' '. } nerved tempting chicken salad, Harrell whose home was recently Valley Sunday afternoon. for ten years and I don't believe seen soldlero all my life. I was ORDER OP PUBLICATION I Atty. for Pit
., :. Bidtinea and coffee td her lUests.J I destroyed by fire. Barry Edwarda of Gainesvillewas I've ever seen as much, rain andas three years in the Army (military OP FLORIDA to: J n. I IV! rln'I'IT' O'OI'R'-

r Games and contests were played visiting Mr. and Mrs. William ,bad roads and bridges this time band.), I was a volunteer.. Everybody MoAlllnter, care of Hear and Roebuck I CMIt COUNTY Y. FLOI\III4t

J r. t; JIMMY IIAZKN hONORED entertained: and prizes won by Mrs. Lee Sapp and family of this'sec- of year 'aa recently." he said. has to serve from eight Virginia.Company, Wheeling, Vent a..d'Iva ,Lee Ondwln, 1'lalnUff

: :, Mr. V. V. Hazen Crosby, Mrs. Jake Keene, and tion Saturday evening.: "This Is very unusual-not even weeks to three years-that is, You are required to appear onAnril I I Uodwin l'er.ndl1l(
4 till the little folks/ Monday afternoon l 6th. 1942. In the above named l89d.OROER
f don't think everybodY between I
I 21
the and 42
1\ rainy season. ,
I 4 until 5:30 o'clock Mrs. Vasco Hazen. Later the Friends of :Miss Velma Norman Court and cause wherein plaintiff OF PI'RL
I ,1If\\ \ from : hostesses served cookies and cof- will be glad to know that she is however that much damage has years of age. Everybody has to seeks divorce. Bradford County I RTA'rE AND NOT OF II'!,: TO '
.t when little Jimmy celebrated been done to the farmers. serve at least weeks and Telegraph shall; publish this Order I flodwin, FLOIIIIiaT,
fourth birthday anniversary. fee to their guests. Mrs. Harrell rapidly Improving after havingthe eight In next four weekly ""lUe.... I No. I, I
4",, t.. received many useful gifts. mumps for several days. "Some tell me they have lost a then two weeks every year after Witness hand and official seal I Georgia.YOU
Games were played and songs Those enjoying the afternoon Mrs. Morris Johns and little lot of seed, but I believe the rain that until he l IB 42. Those who at 1943 Rtarke, Florida' this March 9th., I I April 6th.are, 1943 relluirea, In the t t.

sung everyone having a big time with the hostesses and honoree son, Herman, of Jacksonville will do good In the long run." serve three years serve: two weeks (OFFICIAl SEAL) A.I. Thomas I Court seeks an" cause, Wh'I1l tI,,

.: with Jimmy as master of cere-: were: Mrs Lee Crosby Mrs. Vas- were visiting her parents, Mr. and Mr. Warren did say taint not only every other year." That was many Aa V. Clerk K. Know of Bald, Court.Jacksonville.8-13 U Fla.4-3 I I Fees etc.divorce Itrodfor, "ppnrt c..

monies, especially when his many co Hazen Mrs. E. C. Long Mrs. Mm Kllery Sapp and family over seed but labor and some fertilizer years ago, in old Hungary. Naturally Atty. for Plf. I n graph*tour shall puhll.h Ih\'

gifts were being opened. Clyde Kelley, Mrs. Frank Polk, the week-end. had been lost because of the recent throughout the years many I .ltneB"| my w..kly hund I..uot
i The fun of the evening was ralru. "The crops are not changes made and I 19 Ind
were for
Mrs. C. Tyler, Mrs. J. W. Thomas, Mr. and Mrs. A A. Edwards -- not lCIHCIHT' COI'HT. nn 1)FOnn) at tAtarke.
r, Jimmy proudly blowing out the Mrs. N. C. Mott Mrs. Jake Keene, and family and Mr. Vernon Edwards lost, however," be said "since the the better, since Hungary Is under COUNTY, FLOKIUAl IN CIIAMKunlVo : -I I ''OFFICIAl.Florlllalhl.H :.I1.1

candles on his big white cake. Mrs. L. W. Barry, Mrs.; Guy Har- of Brooker were visiting farmers can re-plant." Hitler's control. But per h aps ": kite Johnson Plaintiff. vs.'I V A. Clerk E. nf Maid ('ntp"- ;

Delicious cookies and hot chocolate -, 'rell, MI's. A. A. Edwards Mrs. Mr. and Mis. F. M. Norman Sun- America might get some valuable Albert A. Johnson, Defendant. Case Atty. for Knowles Pit.i Jurk.,.
were S e r v e d to the little M. O. Harrell Mrs. Lyon Crosby. "The rain has done enough lessonu about universal military No. 1895'
; S j'4 guests with Easter ,eggs: as favors. Mrs. Bill I I Nichols Mrs. E. J. day.Frank Norman of this section damage to me," said C. Letsch, I training as practiced in other na AND! NOTICK PUBLICATION TO APPBAK !\ CIRC!'IT ('Ot R' 11

Twenty-six 'little .playmates shared Lewis. Mrs Jack Simmons of and Tate Crosby of Starke madea who owns a big ISO-acre farm tions. A. STATE Johnson 01/whose:' FLORIDA residence to: la\Ih"rt UnI I I CERY.COiI'STY, Fi.OHiDA1 I b

the fun.COMMUNITY. Gainesville, Mrs. George Hazen, business trip to Jacksonville three miles north of Starke, "be known. I Leroy Chancy John",
Mrs. Fred Hazen Mrs. R. Lewis cause I farm the year 'round. I W. H. Woods, wage-worker on You are required to appear on I va. Elizabeth RmUh J
Monday.Mr. April 6th.. 1942. In the above named I f.ndant. <'ass Nt.
CENTER and Mrs. Eldon Hardy have five acres in cabbage and Gene Lee's farm three miles Court and cause, wherein plaintiff, I ORnElt OF PI8LIIJ lilt
STARTEDOnce and Mrs. Enoch Kelley and I 10 acres In turnips and collards. southeast of town. said Saturday seeks divorce. Bradford County I ANn NOTICB! TO At,

again the Brooker citizens SOCIETY NOTES family and Drew Reddish were The whole thing la a failure-a that 'the rains have not done the Telt-o-raph In next four shall weekly publish issue this. Order I I I r beth STATE Smith OF Johnson"'LOIlIDA., .,

,,.. 4q Fj have Been their dream come true Mrs. Ray Green and children visiting Mr. and Mrs. Willie Reddish total loss."The strawberries any good." He also Witness my hand and official peal. I and residence In nout, "1
and reached the
so far away-a Community Cen Mr. and Mrs. G. E. McGauley Saturday night. Water from Kingsley Lake and where I live Is In )bad shape."" Helives OFFICIAL. BRAD A. J. Thomas I, April 8th., 1942. In US 10 a
: ter. in Melrose Saturday/ all around collects and spreadsall about fwo miles off Road An Clerk of said Court 3-13 4t 4-3 I Court ae..k. and divorce cause. Whir..
I T. Frank
Landrum .nd
Starke, Fla. no
e Several 'days pgo work was Mr. and :Mrs. Frank Feagle PINE LEVELBy over my place. The drainage 28. Bud McGowan. who also lives Atty. for Plf.rmri'rr. I lI..dtord. County Tel on.

begun Itbe new building under were shopping in Gainesville Sat Mr*. II. H. Melt** la bad." Mr. Letsch said the on Mir. Lee... place, said, "Bad? weekly publish issues.this Order i In

the auspices of the Masonic Order urday. bridge had been out, but they repaired The roads couldn't be any worse." Witness my hand and
,. directed O. Mrs. V. V. Hazen and children AGUSTUS FOUNTAIN DIES It Friday. Another I\I! rornr. ftnAPFORU At Starke, Florida, hl'lb,
by B. Colson. passing farmer remark ( i'MTY.' FLORIDA IN C1IA.VCKHY. Ma..rh 1942.
The center will be used for were visiting in Gainesville Sun- This community was saddened The hist I ory of :Wr. Letsch ed, "I've seen It wetter, but I've (OFFICIAl.; SEAL) Al
Jack L. Hodge, plaintiff, vs. Myr- A. Clerk:| laid i <: :
Sunday morning hear of the during these strenuous times 'ourrj |
day.Miss never seen It
social and business activities1 1018- any deeper. fudge, Defendant. Case No. John .1. H.nderaon, J
1, sonic Lodge meetings, and the Juanita Feagle was visiting death of Augustus Fountain Satur- Is extremely Interesting to America To continue with Mr. Woods, he 1896. "if. EH,

Canning Center for the v J.ool as In LaCrosse Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kirby day night at the home of his at war. He was born In Hung- stated that several people have ORnER ANfr" MriTJC-li OF )pirnLiPATiov TO APPEAW
Sunday.Mr. daughter Mrs. Mary Terrell of ary his paternal grandfather pluck STATE! OF FLORIDA
well as the public. got but that the school bus to: Myrtla DR. LEMUEL CO
: The and Mrs. Marvin Hazen of Jasper. Air. Fountain lived in coming from Ireland, and his ma- had a hard time getting over it Virginia Mod ire. ,whose .residence la Norfolk

thankful citizens of Brooker are Starke were visiting friends and this section three years with his ternal grandfather being; born in the other day. It was pretty You are required to appear on DENTIST
to the people whose efforts relatives here Saturday.Mr. I Anrll 6th.,
1942 In the above
children then moved to Gainesville Austria.He slick and named
muddy. born OFFICE
: ) have helped ua reach this and Mrs. Hazen was and Court and cause, wherein plritntlff 120 CAU
Alph .
two years ago and made his came to America In 1910- raised In Bradford County" Mr. e.'eka rtlvorre Bradford County
ft* Orlando were visiting Mr. and home with hia daughter, Mrs. even before World War 1 began Woods said, 'and I don't believe In Telegraph next four shall publish this Order ADKCVS KIM
Mrs. M. M. Hazen last weekly Issues.
weekend.Mr. .
BRIDGE CLUB Myrtis Jordan. In Europe. He came first to I've ever seen as much wet Witness mv hand and official seal
44$ and Mrs. J. R. Crews and Detroit : lit Mtark., Florida, this ,
Mich., and then March Oth
to weather
on this ,
Mrs. B. F. Hazen was charming dn ie'htfflTnrir>pi. Huo' i\f Tanlr.sonvllle _iu>. _And___ _M......,.. a _v. u_<.it _--.I_ time of year. Q.9I
n. n. u U
., \ were visiting 'Mr. -d;; children Ardella and Ralph, of check or bid bond In the amount of I A( Clerk of said SKAL Court.) A. 3-13 J. Thomas 4t 4-3 AUTO PAR;
J Mrs. O. W. Barry Sunday. Jacksonville spent the weekend SAMPSON CITY five percent (5 P.c.) of the bane T. Frank Landrum, Starke, Fla.
: ; Relief At Last Corp. Bob Long of Ft. Benning. here with relatives' ( By Mm. J. E. Jones bid an If a awarded guarantee the that contract the, bidder will- Atty. for Plf. USED TIKES, (WE I|

Ga.and, Mrs.was visiting E. C. his parents, Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Bud Green and I Mrs. Joele W. Hall returned to dar within day ten after<10>written consecutive notice?calen being ICIRC: !'IT ;:;;;... Iin 'pie'vs..v I I I YOUR AUTO SIZE GLASS), CE.M- CAslI!!

Long Sunday. children of Heilbronn Springs and her home here given.nOf such award, enter Into a ; covry.
Mrs. contract
Simmons the .
tt Cough of Gainesville Mr. and Mrs. Joe City of i
Starling Jr.
I ,
spending the past two weeks In Starkn. Florida In accordance with Paul C. rial ley, .
was visiting her mother, Mrs. and little daughter of Starke were Palatka with relaUves. She was the accepted bid, and give a performance Bailor Di-fenrinnt Plaintiff.rune No.v.. 1219.flladys
Creomulslon relieves promptly because N. C. Mott Friday afternoon. dinner guests of Mr bond satisfactory to the ORDER OF ,
J ';J.'f.t'r; it goes right to the seat of the Mrs.. Beulah Harrell has accompanied home by her son-in- City of Starke. equal to one hun AND APi's.s' I Used Autos $25
,SJi r.. ,j; trouble to Help loosen and..expel turned home after 're- E. Stalling Sunday.Mr. law and daughter! ; Mr. and Mrs.T. dred percent price. (100 PC.) of the contract STATH NoOFTlfro: \\D toOlftdys I '

t j;L 4 I",",:- 1'81'J11ladeq phlegm, and aid nature relatives pi St. a visit with and Mrs. H. M. McRae, C. Thomas who returned to No filddor; may withdraw Ills bid don nulley Mans..|I Poplar'.Street,' vVInctien- H ASK IN
to .
soothe and heal raw, tender,' In Petersburg.; Allen Hall and Misa'OdessaMc.Rae their home last within sixty' ((60) day. after the You I
I Sunday afternoon. are required to
flamed bronchial Mr. and Mrs. A. B. date net forthe appear on
t mucous openlnathereof.. AUTO PARTS
m Surrency April ,
emI 6th.
1942. In the above
were in Jacksonville Horace ; named
: 1 branes. Tell your druggist to sell you had as guests Sunday Mr. and Sunday Varnes of Jacksonvillewas City) fit Htarlce; Florida Court and cause wherein plaintiff
'" I a bottle of Creomulslon with the un- Mrs. Hamp of to visit L. E. Haltlwanger, who Is home this week to see his a-18 It 3-20 By: Carl Johns Peek" divorce., Bradford County North of Town 01 Id
Conerly City
I derstanding Okeecho- ill at St. Luke's Clerk. Telegraph. shall publish thin
you must like the way it bee and Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Hospital.Mrs. father and mother. I Order
\ quickly allays the cough or you are Con- Bishop Thomas of La- Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Jones
to have erly and were
I your.. money back. daughter of Tallahassee.
Crosse and her mother Mrs. H. visiting in Starke
tUr.l! ; j Mr. and Mrs. Luther Sowell of Sunday.
CREOMULSION Mlcanopy were visiting H. Lewis, were visiting Mrs. H. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Smith madea

; for_C.."_' .Chest_ Cold_ *._Bronchitis_ ; _Mary Mott Sunday. Miss I M. MCRae are glad Saturday.We to renort. that- WP. Wednesday.Mrs.business. trip to Jacksonville

ley Hall .is Improving after several W. Burton Crawford of 1
W. T. CLUTE-REALTOR days Illness with pneumonia. Charleston, S. C., who is visiting No. 23. WHO WAS THE

I F. H. A. LOANSWe Remember services at Pine relatives In Gainesville was the jya4n44J ORIGINAL POCAHONTAS?
Level this week-end. guest of Miss Mamie Hall) Thursday -
want the listing; on your property afternoon.

We have some wonderful properties for sale THERESSA W. J. Roberson was transacting

tYi See us about your Real Estate Needs By Mrs. II. D. May business In Starke Saturday.Mrs. .

119 E. CALL STREET Lizzie McKinneY' spent the
PHONE 66 Mrs. W. C. Rhoden of Starke week-end with her LdS
daughter Mrs. !
*I'1kI' I visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Pearl Thomas, at Lake Butler

S. R. Swindell, over the week Joo S. Williams of Gainesville

SINCLAIR end.Mr. spent the week-end here with rel ;
PRODUCTS and Mrs. Rupert Geiger of atives.

Gainesville were dinner guests of We are sorry to know that Mrs.
Gasoline, Oils, and Fuels Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Zelgler Sun- W. H. Smith Is very sick in the

day. St. Vincent's Hospital Jackson- ads
:: WHEN YOU NEED FUELS FOR HEATING John Hall of Starke was visiting

J :4 GIVE US A RING WE DELIVERH. relatives here last week. ville.Mrs.. Mira Goodge and Mrs. ,

Mr. and Mrs. Thornton Johns Fannie Lou Harper were visiting ,
and children of Hampton were relatives here Sunday.

E. TUCKER Agent guests of L. G. Johns< Sunday. Mrs. Gilbert Brown spent the
Daniel Rafrey of Tampa spent week-end in Lake
:1k Butler with rel
: For Sinclair Refining Co. the week-end with his sister, Mrs. atives.
Dan '
Raley. Mrs. Louise Varnes Mon-
Phone 158 spent
Starke, Fla. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Klnchen day In Hampton with relatives.
of Starke were guests of Mr. and

Mrs. Clyde Hall Friday evening. ( AiI. FOR ,nin 4 .

____________________ Friends here of Leon Moorer, WATER AND PLANT WORKS AI STESIOx5>IITIO I!<%S
grandson of Mr. and Mrs. H. D. HTAHKH. KLOHIUA In the ;yv.r 152$. nearly; a century: before tilt
,, The World's News Seen Through May will be interested to learn 1.0 n. P. W. Docket No.. Kla.-8.175 I(IJ time of Capt. John Sm,1th.th.re arrived in Florida

TilE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE that he Is serving with the Ca-' InatalllnK Healed bids water l l for furnishing and ill). one Juan Ortla, a ;youthful gentleman adventorifin
: t MONITOR nadlan Dispatch riders, somewhere and plant addition in the extensions) City of a the expedition of Pamphllo de Jr.aea. Car

ilt iciij An International Daily Nrivipptr in England. Stark"the City, Florida Council will the be received by l9;,. tared by; Ucita, Chief of Hlrrlcn, near the preient
1 qiL'' it Truthful-Constructive. Unbiased_Free from Senutional. In tftarke.FIrida. until City one OfffceM(1:OO site'ef Tampa, Juan ra. condemned to be burned
inn-Editorial An Timely. and Instructive BOATDRAIN P. M.> K. 8. T, (1:00 P. M.-R. W. alive.
L Feature, Together with the and lu Daily 'V.) on Friday, the 27th day of The Chief's daughter, Uleleh, moved to Pitt
't the Monitor an ldsslNuvspsp.forth.florn.Weekly Magazine Section, Male By Mrs. Z. 'Z. Grit Cia place March all 1943 blda at which time and by; Ja_'a;terrible plight,begged her father to gpafC
received will be .
? ))4i _. Mr. and Mrs. holy opened ami read aloud. pub. hi. life. Chief Uoita consented to delay the execution : :
The Christian Science bllii-Socl; :;; children Gene Griffla and Irmtructlcnn, to Blddera Perm of which enabled "Juan,- again with Uleleh'i aid
On., Norway Street were visiting Mr. and FropoBal, Cleneral Condition, Detail
; Boston Mauachiuetta whom he described fanltlt*
t' Mrs. P. B. Prevatt Mpeclf Icatlona, Form of Con. a. a maid of
Price f 12.00 Yearly! or f 1.00 a Month. of Hampton tract and Honda and Drawinffa beaatv"to be
%t9 Saturday. luue Sunday.Mr. be examined may ; escape to another village where
at the
i y including Magazine Section, f2.60 a Y..... City Clerk office of the lived until ten
Introductory Offer 6 and :Mrs. Ben Basset ot Starke, Florida. and rescued by; :Ferdinand de Soto
Saturday luue 23 were at the office, '
Cent of Char!.. E. Richheimer ;years' later.
visiting .
N.mct.-__,-. ,......_ and Mrs. Sam Clark of the Firm of Reynolda,
? ?? __-.-, of Heilbronn Smith 5'a
? Springs .ton.FI ith
Sunday. Floor rontIII.B:
4W: AdJrtu____.______.______.._. .______..__ Mrs. Mae Tyre and son of Flora- lIUlldnll'h( Jtckaonvllla N' Florida.a and a k -
g home were visiting Mr. ..r.ot obtained upon ii It'S"II/flCf
SAMPLE COPY ON and Mrs. paJ'ment .
REQUEST John of 120 00 for each let, which lI f.
Prevatt l
Wednesday of last payment will be refunded ,
week. turn of such act In "Brood, condition upon re ,,.l" r BUY Mellow-Fliwored JAX

Mrs. Melba Kelsey and ion re. been within opened ten day and read.after bid. have ::';:: Beer '. top for pleasant relaxation!

L turned after spending to their a home week In with Oviedo tI.the..The right aald to City waive Council any' Informall-reserve K ., ..- ir : This DRY,xestful Drink of Friend'
her In or to reject swaps
any and
,jarenU Mr. and Mra. John Pre- bldn all %_ hip has been a Florida favorite

att. by teach a. caahler'a bid mud check be or accompanied a certified kz"c' 'BEER .' since '1914-adding pleasure to
1NRBFTY Mrs. Ida Chase spent last week Aeat.u.JedS" 1
tth Mrs. Z. Z. Griffla. QUICK RELIEF FROM .4 ; pleasurable occasions for more than

Mrs. Emma Boree of Jackson- A a quarter-century. Try a bottle of '
Symptoms ef Distress ,
line was Arising from
,f. 3. A. Griffis visiting Wednesday Mr. and night Mrs.of STOMACH ULCERSDUE JAX today you can't buy better ,\,

: Do Your Trading fast Mrs.week.Lugene Prevatt spent a EXCESS ACID :. beer at any price! \::

? where 6 pieces ew days last week with her FreeBoekTelUofHonMTrsatrnentthat c THE JAX BREWING COMPAIY ..
c Rogers Silverware are aughter Mrs. Mae Tyre, of Flor- Must Help or It Will Cost You. Nothing '
given away with every $-10 in trade home. Over two. million bottlea tho'WILl.ARD JsCKIONVlUC riOUDs :
or certificates. TR ATM: UN'rbave been eolil for nlirfot
Are UerleraMxl' community was saddened xymptomeordbitneearUlnii from___H 1
unday morning to ind __.! SMears due ... a-n Aelol_ : aaLERS.iit
*1 In Cb It death of bear of the w D _,- OP *..*>. H.nsae... ; Tune in The KORN ,
fr You Cboc.e SMITH'S GARAGE General Lee of Plant laeelM***, Hewt"i -... Ilea4_ ..... ',
::lty. He leaves IIM beete AiM. s..s.i on IS dare _
8T a host of rel- :. trial I .
ARKE. Uk '
FLORIDA Vlllartf'e I Meet "
itlvea *** wbicli fully "
and friends _
In this sec- tpUlaa SUa k.mssS.4r..sJO _

i -4 :lion to mourn his loss. lI DRUG STORE_ *?t ?* v "is!& J lK,

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TO 1VOT1CBI 'I'e AFPKAH. redeemed =f1"t""I: law the of the said bin win B* taken a.
: Henry 8. Thomas, whoa property: will b* confessed by the sail Defendant.. r I
reSidenCe and addres* I. car of old to the highest bidder at the IT IS FURTHER ORDKRKD that
Merrltt-Cnapman-Hcott Company ; courthouse door on the first Monday tills Order be published
once a
Mattery Plac". New York N. Y.: or In the month of April 194t, week for four consecutive week In .
care of Merrltt-Chapmsn-tteott Com which Is the 5th day of April,, 194!. the Bradford County TeleKraph, a Kathleen Norris
puny, Londonderry, Ireland; or car Dated this 4th day of March, 1942. newspaper of general circulation Says ::
ft ( eorlC. Fuller Company. New (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas published In Bradford County
York, N. Y.: or P. O. Uo* Ul, Clerk of Circuit Court of Bradford Florida: ,

Palnevllle Ohio; County, Florida 34t a-27 DONE AND ORDERED At Starke
TO: 141y 1 A'. obacha or Lily Dob- Florida. this the 26th day of February Haste \
cha Thom..... Don't Beau in
whose residence and Marry Army
A. 1 .
address, II IN: CIRCUIT (roi'n-r nIl anp'oltvpCOVICTT > U('.
.eut CIa'4e4S villa, Ohio P. o. llox 411. }Paine FI.OHIUAI IN IIIANWait'tr : (OFFICIAL HEAL) A. J. Thomas,
4 It appuarlnn; Clerk. -27 U 3-30 (Bell S'ndl"alWNU Service)
by worn petition
filed in the Circuit Court of Flor' C. Lanneau Plaintiff VB. -
ida. Eighth Judicial Clrrult. In and Kthel Mae Lann.au. Defendant iv .nrl'.T COI'RT. .nADrORn
'- ;* for Hri .TV, PLOUllltl IV t HANArlle .
Marl A. Thoma. In that certain j
cause therein. pending wherein AND NOTICE TO APPEAR R harris Plaintiff vs. Itessle aji !
Henry 8. Thomas In. plaintiff and STATE OF FLORIDA to: Ethel Harris, Defendant Cane No.
Maria A. Thomas la defendant, that Mae Lanneau. Whose residence la 1840.ORDER
the residence and address of acid Unknown.You OF PUBLICATIOV
_ : Henry 8. Thomas la car of Merrltt- are required to appear on ANn NOTICE TO APPEAH
Chapman-Bcott Company ilattery I April 6th.. 1..,. In the above nam STATic OF FLORIDA to: Beside

Merntt-Chapman-8 Plato New York N.oot Y.;t or Company car ot riftC Meek and divorce cause,Bradford wherein; County plain Harris known., whose residence .la Un

Telegraph shall piiDllnh, this Order You
Londonderry Ireland; or care of are required to appear on
Ooorge Fuller Company, Now York, I In 'next four weekly Unties. April 6th., 1942 In the above named .
N. Y; or P. O Bon 411. I'ulneavllle. Witness my hand and official Court and cause, wherein. plaintiff 10
*al ar Htarke Florida. this Mare
Ohio; and It further appearing 5th. seeks divorce. Bradford County
from said sworn petition that the 1943 Telegraph shall publish this Order
residence and address. of Lily. A. ( FltAJt SEAL> A, J. Thomas In next four weekly Issue.
As 4t'3-21,
said Court. 3-D
__ ___ Jqh..chlor Lily obnrhn. Thomas Witness. my hand and official '
In 1*. O. Box 411 I'alnHVll1e. Ohio; William T. Harvey Jacksonville, seal at Wliuke. Florida this 2Uh,
Kin.. for Pit. .
$ and It further appearing from said 1 day of February, 1943.
worn petition that the relief (OFFICIAL HKAL) A..l. Thomas,
sounht therein Is fur an order set iv .Rrl'.T' coi'HT. IItt"nrORnrCl'J As Clerk of said (.ourt. 4t *-0

ting aside and vacating the final T-W. FI.o.un.'I 'N (.l44.! O td Stephens, Jacksonville Fla.,
decree of divorce entered In that KHY.: for Plf

't. certain cause therein pending; Henry: Woodruff (Cornell Plaintiff
_ wherein Henry 8:. Thomas plain vs. Esther Josephine Cornell De I
tiff and Marl A. Thomas.I la de fendant.ORDER. IV ('IHCt IT C'O"I'T. ItlltOFORIlrOliVTt.
that the nail. Henry S Thomas be and STATE OF FLORIDA to: Esther: Mary Katherine Cooper, Plaintiff I 1 ,
ha la herein and hereby required Josephine 'ornell. Whose residence vs. James Milton Cooper, Defendant.
\ to appear to the" HaUl petition I In nnd address I lit 44 Adelaide. Avenue Case No. 1853.tltlBlt .
the office of the Clark of the Circuit J'rrovld..nce.hod.. Inland. OF Pl'BLlCATTONAN1
Court for Bradford County, Yin are reiiulred to appear on NOTICK: TO APPEAR
Florida, In Starke on Monday April Monday, April 6th. 1942 In the 8TATK OF FLORIDA to James ( ",
: ., 4. 1943 either In pemon or by attorney above named Court and cause Milton Cooper whose residence. la FAI -, '"
; and thereafter make wherein plaintiff seeks divorce .nd Atlanta' ileoricla f'/j i C ff1'i l 0/If!TIhiWA
_ -_-_--_- ____- __________ such
defrnxn an. ha may desire In accordance no other relief. Bradford County You are required. > to appear on a I .fflt
with law Telegraph shall publish this Order April 6th, 1A4J: In the above named ;;

1his Golden, Fluffy Omelet Captures InterestSee IT 18 FUHTI1KH onnnKED that In next four weekly Issues 1, Court and caime, wherein plaintiff : :
Recipes Below the Raid Illy A Dobuchii or Lily witness my hand and. official sent I seeks divorce. Ilrudfurd' County c.CI- '
( ) obmhii Thomas be and she la at Starke Florida this 4th day of Telegraph shall publish this. Order T-j: ) ;

herein and hereby required to apI'r March. 1142.OFFICIAL. In next four weekly Issues. .
-Lenten Meals to the Haiti petition In the ( SEAL: ) A. J Thnman, \V Itness. my huiul, and official 1, -
This Week's Menu: offipB of the C'lerk of the Clrrull As Clerk of said Court. 3-8 4t 3-27 seal at Starktt, Florida. this 20th,
Court for Bradford County .'IorId. John 1. Henderson. Eaq Atty. for d..y of Februnrv. 1942
Iheesc, fish and vegetablesre ., in Htarke on Monday. April 6, Plf. (OFFICIAL HI2AL) A. J. Thomns,
Cream of As Clerk of said Court. 2-27 4t 11-20,) CS "
the foods that will be Asparagus Soup 1942 either In portion or by attorney ,
| U A. Stephens Sturko. Florida
and thereafter make such de- ,
Cream iv
Cheese Omelet rmciir roi HT. iiitAitKoitu
with the Atty. for l'lf.
popular fennel
Green Peas as may desire In accordance ron-vrt. : KIORIUI iv' n..N.Hel..n .
market basket with law. (

during the next Baked Potatoes the IT Clerk IS FURTHER of the Circuit ORDERED Court that In I KUY.Johnson Plaintiff, vs. Tommy IN('()ciRfiir II'' T" ....(.'(<>ltll inr.>.t| on".II"OIlU IV tlltVCKK ,- .
Johnson DefendantOKDKIl .
few weeks. If Carrot, Pineapple and Raisin and for Bradford County, Florida' OF PUBLICATION I
i Salad shall mall a copy of thin notice by Agnes Rain Plaintiff, vs. Robert
going Defendant.,
you are United Ruin. Case No 1845. EE'k
1 Htaten mall, with postage
: Popovers Butter : Tommy ORDER OF PI'HLICATIOV
to form the bases prepaid, to mild Henry S. Thnmiiaand Johnson whose residence Is
for your menu Fruit Cup Cookie. LIly A. Imbmha or Lily liobcha known.
Thomas at each of the above
Coffee Milk You are required to appear on .
Tea .
from these dishes Rain whose residence Is unknown
day.* after the
April eth. 1942. In the above named -
Recipes Given. entry of thlH order. the date of You are required 'to appear on
cook them lust as Court and cause, wherein plain
April 6th., 1942, In the above named
Such mailing to be noted on theIT tiff .
seeks divorce from defendant
as you do the meat that d"ket. Court and cause wherein plaintiff
Tommy Johnson. Bradford
County seeks divorce ami custody of
[year 'round, for you can'tces I tablespoon soil IS FURTHER ORDERED that Telegraph shall publish this Order Child. Uradford County, Teleirrnphhall
thin Notice to Appear be published In next four weekly. Issiiea.Witness :
and let mealtime belli this order In
Vt cup lemon Juice once each week for four conKecutlve mv hand and official' seal four weekly publish Issues !'A man', who is almasl a stronger la lh. girl, return home.. /*.rnnp. It. Ambftn

I or unattractive.p Wash and pick: over spinach care Telegraph weeka, In a the Bradford County MStarke, Florida this March 4th., Witness my hand nnd official' wounded in mind or body. Is th. year' o/ adjustment Inal mutt follow thiS\

fish and vegetables with fully. Place in kettle without add- ;In Bradford. County newspaper Florida.publlHhod 1942.(OFFICIAL SEAL) A.T.. Thomas seal I of at Starke, Florida. this 24th, scar A. may not bt fortunate
[ other attractive sauces and ing water. Pour oil over spinach IX1.N1AND HI'ItI'> in Cham- As Clerk of said Court 3-6 4t 3-27 day( February.8HAL) 1942OFFICIAL A.: J Thomas. ,.
Is. Serve your egg and mac- and mix thoroughly. Add salt and 4th day at of Oalnewvllle March A. Florida J'. 1942.A. thin E K. Ferryman Atty for Plf. As Clurk of said Court 2-27 4t :t-20 By KATHLEEN NORRIS

Abes in attractive settings cook 8 to 10 minutes. Stir occasion- Z. AdklnM I.onnl.1l1rm., Jacksonville, Flu, whether COUNT TilE COST .
iv <' Atty for Plf < problem of
judice. inn IT COt-ltY. lilt tnroiiurttliVTY.
Is carefully thought out gar ally. Drain and chop. Add lemon Adklnn. & Arnowr Oalnenvllte. Flur FLORIDA IV t'II.'N. THE I shall her Are you sure that you will

y !p fruit and dessert num- Juice and pack into an oiled 9-inch Ida Attorneys for Petitioner. C'Eli'". IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT marry love him much

[lend Interest to meals. If ring mold. Unmold on serving plat 36t 4-3 Daisy Hell! Lee, Plaintiff I Defendant.vn; Roh- COURT FOR TIIH ()t''ftl.' before he goes 01 a few
cit Edward Lee, Jr. '
d these simple] rules. I'm ter and fill with: %OTI<'H OF AI-PI.1C\TI Case. No. 1841.OIUETt UNITED 8TATKM OF AMERICA. away or promise to wait for or a few years.roia

y'a make Lent especially FOR '.'\ \ ItKKItennt OF PI'IILICATIOV Petitionervs- I 012 acres of laml, now? 'Ire you sure that if ha
Goldenrod Eggs. '.. <> Hill N... 1<1:1): AND NOTICE TO APPEAR more or less, sluate In IlrudfordCounty. him and marry him when he home anti discouraged
for and comes
ic you your family.or NOT1CM STATE OF FLORIDA to: Robert weary
Stat of Florida, und the
some concrete help I've yt cup melted buttercup that P.'. M. Putkhnm holder of Tax Hdward Knst Lee.& i'i'er08'r{ : ; residence City:i of Htarke, Florida, et .al. Defendants gets home is a very seriousone. you will be able to
Vt Boar (Certificates numbered respectively, In': 315 ,, Norfolk JACKSONVILLE NO. 401 And is usual in marital
foods to fit\ the season as him his
53 'issued the 7th. day of Sept., Virginia.You ('I VII... NOTICM OF CONDEMNATION hvlp find place a
vitamin mineral and inter. H teaspoon Nit A, 1_>., 1916; 410 and 41iHHiied 1 the are required to appear on PIMWKIOI1INU3: : TO: WHOMIT questions it is a mattel'about' changed world? Are sure
I Pepper to taste 2nd day of September A. J' 1935; April 6th 1942 In the above named MAY CONCKKN. AND 'Ii): (a) you
2 milk and 171 Issued the 7th day. of AUNT, Court, an,1;i cause, wherein plaintiffseeks I The following pursons. who are which one can't generalize that if he comes: home sick or
paronl Cheese Custard. caps A. I). 1939. nan. filed name In my d I vorce. Bradford County residents. of the State of Florida. .
4 hard-cooked of f U'e and hart made, application Telegraph shall publish this Ordur ; everything depends up. scoundrel tiill be willingto
: eggs t' City of Slai' "ke, a "' you
Serves 6 to ;
( 8)) Blend butter and flour salt and for tax deed to be Issued thereon. In Witness next four. weekly hand issues oration.. Stark" Florida I :: 'N.alnO'j. on the girl's character and nurse him back to health or
ami ofU..lalppal
Said. certificate respectively my uivls LlqiiUlntor
macaroni cooked embrace HS of the Hunk
age pepper. Heat mixture and add milk the foHowlnn described prop- at Starke. Florida, this Man f a banklnacorporation.. the man's and how long they cheerfully face the fact that ;

,, slightly beaten gradually. Stir after each additionof ortlra In the ounty of Bradford. 5th, 1942.tOFFICIAL.. H R"I.r" Florida ib l > The following. he will be invalid?
I rated cheese State or Florida, to-wit: SHAL) A. J. ThomasAs persons. whose addresses. are un have known each other.In always an
milk to make a smooth sauce. Lots 10. : 1 In Wood lawn Rec. 10 Clerk of said Court. 8-0 4t 3-27 known. If alive and If decoaseiltheir II are, then by all means
[ spoons onion chopped Separate egg yolks and whites. Slice Twp. 5, H. lit JS2 K.. containing 1 20 J, H. Harrison .Jacksonville. Fla. unknown heirs, devisees. an'ipersonal 1917 a young woman of my' you
parsley chopped Acres, more br less In en.br.edund Atty. for Plf. representatives whoso marry Aim now and ieia ;/
spoona acquaintance was deeply in love .
whites and add to prepared sauce. are those V:
onto choppedd Pour sauce into unmolded spinach l.otM 4. 5. 9 lllk 10 Lincoln City iv! rinrrrr q'OI>HT. IiitlFCltl John Darby.,
pepper Prees sieveto Sec., 33 Twp 6 H R. 22 E: In embraced Co'ry' Fi.oitinti IN CIIAV personal representatives or they were to be married before he to which you feel you fire
ring. yolks through a ; 8 KHY.Flllpu : J
under Raid certificate
| evaporated milke top aute. Garnish with paprika 430. No. Ctllo, Plaintiff vs. Nun- assigns deceased of or the hel following loved to persons he deceased went to France. Her father and entitled. If not-WAIT. '

Ingredients and pour into and lemon CIILot 1 4. fi,w7p. 8 lllk 13 Lincoln xlata Clllo, Defendant Case No. whose names and addresses mother persuaded her to make it
parsley quarters. Her: 33 6 H. It 22 H.. laembraund ln4.OrtnER are unlrnown. hla, Johns. Rrtiwn,
ed baking dish. Set inot a Carrot Pineapple Raisin Salad. under Bald. certificate, 'No. OF PTTKLICATFON Mary C. A. Brown, Mlllard Brown a rock-bound engagement' Instead 18; she married a navy man In October

water and bake in a mod- Wash and grate carrots 433. AND NOTICE TO APPttAR: Snbron (a I a 0 sielcd Seal>rnn) and that wds the understandingwhen had Just three day of honey
scrape City HTATH OF FLORIDA 10: Nun- ,
lotK 2. 3, 4 of nik 7 Lincoln Brown N. D. ( Nicholas D) HaKa- '
5-degreeoven for 45 mln- finely allow 2 carrots per person. Re,'. 32 Twp. 6 H U. 22 10. la embraced lata Clllo. whose !residence I Is: 84 man Allen L. Johns. Jlcoh Johns. BUI went away. moon. She wrote me this letter in .

Add cut pineapple and either whiteor Under ad! certificate No. Jersey.Madison Street, Patterson, New WHISRKAH: a pelltlon for condem.nation Both being person. of honor they December and It has made m.

petite satisfying omelet? muscatel raisin. and enough 17 The I. assessment of the property You are required to appear on day of has C)' heuniflletl, I on>. the 394i. ,0th( asuandcd met when he cme back In December somewhat thoughtful.

\'t believe it? Well, this one mayonnaise to hold mixture to- undor said e I 'aI"N fi2 April 6th and I9ti In hh""r"above, nampiCourt : on toth191j, day of February more than a year later, with Regret Hasty Marriage.
use it'swith was. In the) name of M. (1 Potter. cause, plaintiffseeks A. I). 1442 In the United valid between
gether. The assessment of the Maid property divorce Bradford County States District Court for the Southern the engagement still "Mother and Dad think I am very
I a A souffle Is a properly dramatic under said certificates No. 430 ;';.el Prou"rh uublltilt this Ord..rWltn..H District nf Florida by the them.
ihcese and coil 41.: were In the name of Unknown next weekly issue UNITli STATKH OF AMERICA: : : bad to want to have dates and go
Imlxturelakes Lenten dish but one which must be ; The assessment of the said. my hand and officialMciii petitioner against the above named, Dut after a few days they mutually dancing" her letter anys. "But I

baked carefully if _ properly under said certificate No. at Slarke* Florida this March ...defendants nrHylngr' for condemnation confessed to changed feelings,
6lh 1942OFFICIAL. am too to sit knitting sock
theheartier 171 ,wafl In the name of Rhetta for young
pi oper (uomiienxiitlon
I Iso it is to come to '\ ,. CummlnjcaUnleuM ( SEAL) A.:1.: ThomasAs use In upon connection with the establishment and Betty with Infinite relief, found with all! the old womenl Nat told
&IO\l\ alibi Certificate shall he Clerk of said Court. 841 3-27
the dining room of recreational fatuities herself free to marry an older
William ). me to have a good time and not
1. Morgan .Jacksonville,
keeps redeemed according to law the In affected the nationaldefense
areas by
at the peak of '- Fla Atty. foe J'lt.NOTIC'11I : man whose friendship had come to
deacrLbed therein will beHold Uradford when I
I shrinkingraglngly properties pros''*!*! In County : mope was crying my eyes
goodness. Select to the hlKh Ht bidder at the Florida, of the. following dsrrlbed ..*. mean everything In the world to out saying good-by and I am sureif
hent it a cheese that will \ Courthouse In the door Month on of the April.first Monday 1942., TAX ItKKDHeasle \: of I a..nd"C':: :'iedofl In Hradforu:the City, her in the 18 months of separation.Bob ha thought that way other people

comes from the oven. cook readily and \0 which I la the Bth. day of April A. ( Hill No. 103)NOI'ICE State of Florida\ ., to-wllt TRACT I. shortly followed suit by marrying ought to let me alonel!

oven Is essential to a fluffy smoothly, a dish {\ I\I I D: 1943 IS HRRRBY O1VKN.That Lots 4 /5 6. 7. 8. II. 10 11 of Hlock a demure little French girl for .
holder of
M Packham
old omelet: \ r Dated this the 4th, day of MarchA. F. part 2 of Mathews Addition to the Cityof "But here Is the thing: I met an
of No. Issuedtha
Tax Certificate And
that Is in good V'ua_ D 1942.OFFICIAL. 199b Starke. Hounded on thn North whom he sent immediately.
ream Cheese READ A. J. Thomas. of August 1939. West Englishman last month who I ia my
Omelet. proportion to the souffle and cook ( has 'lfWeiaa .. office and by Washington Street by both marriages have proved eminently -
(Serves I Clark Circuit Court, Bradford In my Temple. Avenue, South by Lots 3 Ideal of a hero; He I la in the R.A.F.was .,
) the mixture at a very low tem'pua.ture has made application for a tax successful with friendship
County. !Htate: of Florida. 34t 3-27 and I 18 of said Block 2, East By
d I cream obeeae with chives so it can rise to its height deed to be. Issued tnereon Raid Clark Street and having dimensions maintained all 'round. wounded and cannot fly again.:
NOTICE OF APPLICATION! FORT certificate embraces the following! of iis.k feet Fast:: and West but he I i. going back to England
slowly. .'X KKD described property In the Countyof by 207.1 feet North and Mouth This wouldn't have been the) case !
after six months' Into.
xpooos milk Cheese Souffle. senate Hill N... 1l) Bradford State of Florida, to- Aggregating. 1.012 acres, more or if Betty had Insisted on the week of : a' rest to go
d I pepper NOTICK II HEREBY fHVEN. wit: less. situate and b.. I In. In the the round'.ervlce..
(Serves 6)) That J. J. Jonen holder of part of E% of NEU of 8ICV4 Sec. 20 County of Bradford State of Flor. thrill and marriage and farewells

the chive cream cheese 4 tablespoons batter Tax Certificate No. 19, issued the Township 7 Houth. Range 22 Kant, ida. NOW. THEREFORE you are that was all she could have had in "LI!. with such a map would be
egg yolks one at a time. 4 tablespoon Bear 7th day of August A D 1939, haa containing The assessment 20 Acres of, the more said or property commanded to be and appear In the the one long thrill. There is not a girl'.
filed same In my office and has United States District Court for year.
Rue and seasonings. Fold in 1H cop milk: made application for a tax deed to und-r the said certificate Issued the Southern District of Florida at Affections. her who i* not crazy about him. '

eaten egg whites. Pour into 1 teaspoon salt. be Issued. thereon. Bald certificate was In the name of Unknown.be Jacksonville, Florida. on the Cat Shifting From the beginning; however bese.ned
.embrace. the following described Unless said certificate day of I, A D 1943, by filingyour of '
April There tragic cases
were many
buttered to
out hi
law the pick m
heavy frying pan Dash .1 cayenne County of Brad redeemed according; to written claim I or answer, a. *

'i over low heat until bottom K pound preeessed cheddar cheese ford. 'ifanol: Florida. to-wlt. sold property described therein will the be either I In person or by attorney, shifting young affections in those especial friend and h* i fa at the '

to brown. Then place In a I WH of NKH of HKV4 Section: xu. courthouse to the door highest on the bidder first at Monday and to show what right, title orInterest years: the girls who had only a house quit often. He I I. 17 year'
egg Township 7 South, Range 22 East, hate or claim In andto
pe ((329-degree) oven until they Make of the butter flour containing 20 Acres. more or letia. In the month of April 1942 said property you and to how cause few days or weeks of wifehood to older than'I am, but my father and
a sauce of Aprlt 1942
of the said which Is the etbtlay not be taken for the discovered that thelrlweren't
should remember
and the mixture firm. Fold The aoseaiiment prop of .. why It mother heartily like him, too.
Dated this 4th day Marco
milk and seasonings. When thick erty under the said certificate i Issued uses and purposes set forth In said
ve. and smooth remove from fire and was In the name of Unknown. I S 42. petition as amended and this you real marriages, no adjusting "My father was born In England
OFFICIAL REAL) A. J. ThomasClerk
lame Is goldenrod because the Unless said certificate shall be to omit upon penalty of and growing to know each other in the '
add sliced cheese. Stir until cheese of Circuit Court of Bradford rnll'ntl same placeSidney come
and I Interest
tors redeemed according to law the barred of all claim and consequently it
a close resemblance a i ia melted. Add beaten egg yolks property described therein will be County Florida. 3-6 4t 3-27. In and to said lands. and of was Included from. Sidney 1* divorced and has a

M that name. Just combine sold to the hl< enrod and mix well. Cool mixture fold in courthouse door on the first Monday iv: (iRrurr COURT \DFORD against you. WITNESS my
eggs with a tempting : stiffly beaten whites.. Pour into a the month of April' 1942 rol'VTY. FLONIUAl IV tllANFstelle hands and the official seal of this ing.So in Hollywood and he went there to

lnach ring and you have a bake IVi hours in cnl.. the Sth day of April, 1942, CERY. Court this the 24th day of February ray answer to scores of girls see her; apparently they are still
2-quart casserole Dated this 4th day 1942fOFFlcrAL Khlert. Plaintiff vs. Fred A. 1.1. 1942. whether
nten treat: oi.Mr'Ph; who are asking me now
a slow (300-degree) oven. Serve at' SEAL) : i Ehlerr. Defendant, Case No. 1846. EDWIN It. WILLIAMS. Clerk, is frleiida. Bat I am sure that if I
I Ring With Goldenrod Eggs Clerk of circuit Court of Bradford ORDER OF PUBLICATION United States District Court Southern to marry their army beaux was free h* would want me for his
once. County. Florida. a-8 4t -:27NOTICB AND NOTICK TO APPEAR District of Florida.By "Wait." Of course there are exceptions
(Serves and while I I
wife hope
B) Cookies spell cheer to menus BTAFB OF FLORIDA tot Fred L. Olbsnn house Deputy Clerk. and sure of their am too
girls men
4 pounds spinach fruit with OP APPI.IC-4TIO! FOR Ehlert, 420 Kaplanad Avenue New 2-27 4t 3-20 ; sensible to ask poor Nat for a divorce -
if there's to
H cop salad ell especially go TAX OKKD: Orleans, Louisiana.' :, own feelings anxious only to have I hardly know bow to handle
them. Made in two layers these area (Senate Hill FORI1COUNT their little hour of happiness before
variation of drop and NOTICK Irt' HEREBY OIVEV. April eth., 1942, In the above named !, FLORIDA IV! tItAN.CENT. :' the situation for Nat may be at ea
delightful That B. M. Mitchell holder of partof Court and cause, wherein plslstiff the war clouds thicken. For these, for months, end would like to say _
"cut-in-squares" cookies: Tax Certificate No. 11', lanued seeks divorce. Bradford County Terrl MeDnffl. Plaintiff. vs. marriage under any circumstance
Lynn Bay.tk the 7th day of August A. I). 193S, : Telegraph shall publish this OrderIn Ethel McDuffle. Defendant. Caa something definite to Sidney before
Cornflake Dream Bar has filed vam In my office and baa next four weekly Issues. No. JI Him Is iafe. But sometimes what actuates he return to England.

Hakes 4* bars) made application for a tax deed to Witness my hand and official of punLtrATiov: the girl i ia the glamour of the)
u that accent the ( be Issued thereon. Said certificate seal at Htarke Florida this 24tn, ANI> NOTICE TO API'EAR Aa Extreftte Ca... .
best fla- First embrace the following described dar of February. 1942OFFICIAL BTATE OP FLORIDA to: Ethel new man and his new uniform and
\ foods include these:. paul.esp butter property In the County of Bradford ( HEAL) A. J. Thomas.As MeDuffle, whose residence I Ie Un. the determination to seize this hour I "My feeling for Nat was that of

Pon Butter 2 Stat. of Florida to-wlt: I' Clerk of said Court. 2-27 4t 1.2aSam known. of life matter what to- a child, pity and affection and excitement .
parts butter H cap brown sugar W* of NW> of BE* Except I B. Wilson Jacksonville. Fla" ., You are required to appear on anyway, no '
part lemon- Juice. This Is 1 cup floor Acres In 8\V, corner Section 20 Atty. for Pit. April Sth., 1MJ, In the above named morrow may bring. and the thought of being

J 1\ the leafy vegetables cab Township 7 Houth Range 13 East Court and cause wherein I plaintiff Tomorrow comes. A man, who .Is married oa my. eighteenth birthday,
8eced lartlI le.... tlradford CountyTelegraph
} containing It acres more or aeeka divorce
[broccoli, cauliflower.Bros brews sugar Th assessment. of the said property IN THIS" CIRCIIX COURT OI TIREEIaI4TII OFTHPI shall publish this OrderIn almost a stranger returns horn. which I had always planned. But
and under the ald certlflcat 1_ J1UKIAI. IVAND newt four weekly' Issue Perhaps h* has been wounded In soul what I feet for Sidney I* the deepest '
prom artichoke: *. MTATIC OF FLORIDA. official
egg* .....
sued. was lit the name ef pno. Witness my hand and "
gar< Butter 'Melt' H cup I teaspoon vaalllaYt Unless _l* .cr $flcatrahall' b* PfJR'HR'OPORD' COINTYIV seal at Htarke, Klorlda, this Itth.. ,r'mind or bod*... In the.,.e.ra of and truest emotion of my life.

f. add 2 tablespoon salt redeemed according to law the 'CHA"rF.RYEdllh day nf February 142. adjustment that must follow this Although I devoutly trust that
vinegar teaspoon Javorskjr.v J. Thomas.As .
described jwlll be (OFFICIAL 8KAL.) A.
thoroughly.. This Is good :1 leap shredded cect cold property to the highest: taerejn bidder at the Plaintiff Clerk nf said. ( ourt. 2-iT 41 -tO war h* may not be fortunate in finding there are few American girl capable -

pen beans. I cornflakes courthousodoor. on the first Monday *. Bill for DivorceEdward1 Loan) Worm, Jacksonville Fla., his place. for a while anyway.. of writing SUM a letter. It doe
cap month of April 1942 B Javoraky for Pit.
teed Butter a'bit natmeats In the April' 141.. Atty. Or perhaps he has seen somewherethe present an extreme case of the difficulties I
: Add Just leap chopped which I I. the stl. day of ORDERanoF -

mustard to melted butterpouting :Blend butter and sugar thorough- Dated this' 4th day of March OF FLORIDATO P1TBLICATIONBTATK iv CIRCUIT COlIC BnnronuCOUNTY other woman the woman h* ] that attend a sudden war-

1942. tMAM- parting wedding, and girls who are
FLOHIUil IN loves.
on with fork or J Thomas.
vegetables. and blend OFFICIAL hEAL) A.
Add flour (
Is. onions ly. Clerk. of Circuit Court of BradtodCount It appearing from the sworn bill ('.gflytulle On the other hand what doe a wise enough to look forward more
green or broc- dough blender. Press mixture evenly of complaint filed In the above entitled Mae Townaend. PI.lnllff. vs
e Indicated. Into bottom of a shallow ,. Florida. a-t 4 t 1-37 t !the specific place i George; W. Townsend I>efendant.PUBLICATIOV girl lois by waiting She get to than a few week might learn coma-

Wey and firmly OF APPIirATIO: FOR of .....r..a.t. of Edward B. Jevor- Caee No. 130. work a* aU girls must nowadays; thing from It.
Butter Bake IDa NOTICK
). :
: Chop S to 4 (9 by 13-inch pan as particularlyas ORDER or
pan sky Defendant I
TAV UKKD TO APPEAR she writes her soldier letters full of In Europe engagements always
"Poona about Plaintiff Is 1>2 AND NOTICE
Par-ley fine (350-degree) oven : Is known to
add to ( DIll Ne. leUNOTICI'
moderate (9.1,55
) melted 1M HBRf1 Y (UVEN Infantry Regiment Armory WestMscHson STATE OF FLORIDA to ileorre cheerful nonsense abs send him have been longer than they are with
delicately :
butter. until Is
15 minutes or Holderef part ciTax Btrevt. C..lcag. ; W. Town-send whose Andif meets over there wives who
That n. J Jones ) boxes of the things he needs. us; on.
Sauce: also good Od tllb browned. Certificate No. issued the that said Defendant Is over the age Uhknown. '
U9b. baa of twenty-on year and that thereif You are' required to appear on by chance some other man comes cheerfully admit waiting threeyears
l 39.
double boiler 2 add sugar gradually 7th day of August l)42r In ih* ahov am.erf '
yolks. Beat well. the "ate. of Flor April tlw
> egg eggs Ued aiM in my office an4 has l su> person In and cause, wherein plaintiff along. and her maturer affection five years. One happy English -

creams H teaspero salt S and beat until light andtufty.. made application for a tax deed to ida.would Rervle bind of he himona said Defenrtsnt. anon whom Court seeks divorce and Custody. of goes to him at least ah* .Is. much wit.. engaged In 1913.! did not

18 oona. lemon Juice; flick of Add remaining Ingredients and mix .be...br.Issued..,... thereon.this fol1owlJalf'ald certificate,lesrrSbed IT w HKncnr: OTIDBRED that Children. Bradford County this Order Tle.In better off. in writing an honest letter bear wedding bell until 1919 but ', ,
Cook of shall publish
until thick by spoonfuls on top nf Br.dford. the Defendant. Edward D. :Jevorsky. graph
-and well. Drop In the Cou..t when she did hear them
property requiredto next four to her- man In the army than if they
.Urrln and spread Florida to-wit: h* and h* Is hereby wly. :.tu.-n"
crust officialseal
til constantly about previously baked St."u.o Witness I real bulls
of and her
.. (330- 5:14 of NWt,. of l3 4 Ree. 10 appear to the bill complaintfiled Florida. this 24th., she were his wif. were wedding
Breare not to Bake in a moderate JI In the above entitled) cause, at Stark.
over evenly. Township 7 South flange East 1912 "Dorlnda" I. an undeveloped.shallow dignity and cour.i :ind patience
nf February
Ur in ']owl,.. 2 tablespoons ) oven about 25 minutes. Cut eO"'al"lnlI' 10 Acres. more 01' I.... wherein the Plaintiff seeks to ob- day HKAL: ) A. J Thomas I 1
degree asMaament of the acid property tsln a divorce from the D"fend..nt.Fod..rd (OFFICIAL fourt. fickle little creature of only have brought her a rlc.i: reward.
and Th 2-27 41 1-20
serve at while still warm. before A. Clerk of said
once. into squares the said certificate Is. B :Javnrsky, on or
(lUleaMd ty Western N.wapaper UDI ...) sued wu under in the name of Unknown. Monday the Sth dar ofApril.. A. (I. A. Stephens Flf. Jacksonville Via, C
Unless Mid certificate aoall b* D. 1142. otherwise th. allegation Atty. for

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PARENTHOOD Denplle Leonard Borland's proteils!
hat hta bank account Is ample, though
he contracting biutneia In New York U I
By CHERIE NICHOLAS .lead his pretty. opwa-struck wife Dorlaeaumei
her "career." Interrupted by
tor marrtaxe at 18 and the birth ot two t
:hlldren. Borland know her avowed
>..rpo... to bolster the family Income.
Just another lubtertugo. Hugo Lor
nu, her teacher, always around. Irrt-
AModoto Editor. 9axM. Maoaala 1&tel him. Alter Doris .t.ea a recital.

ecU Carver opera tinner phone* Bar
:.and. At her hotel. Cecil aayi Doris

ilAT ABOUT 'COMPANY MANNERS'? lai a food vole but lacks style. Cecil
to ilng for war veterans out l\aan't
tie word of a certain aong. Ho sing .
seem to think that It come to company dinners we 1 and aha aay he. ha* a an* baritone
.banners are merely don't want to return to that barbarle role. Cecil knows of Doris through

{We don't agree. In our custom of making the children worontt. soy* Hugo I* hopeleaaly In
Inanners were prompt- wait for the second table In an ov* with Doris and that Dorla tor- .
:ure* every man she get* In her clutchea.onard .
the family doubt
fire to have agony as to whether or not .
ought to wake her
up by giving
food light You might the pie would go around. But if recital. .he .ayl. "Co get yournUHumph. .
E perfect In your every- they are old enough to eat with : ." Cecil demand payment lor

with mother but you the grown-ups surely they should CMona klaae*. H* pay but declare.*
ft let her down before have enough self-control to observe a. love* hi* wl/o. He ipendi much .
jlch reminds me. she adult table manners. me with Cecil making food proirea*.
iVhUe ahe I* on tour ahe wire hint hoIng
j down either friends! She was and Part of the difficulty lies In our In upitate recital, make* hit A* the first "SI pno," Doris sank Into a chair. She didn't tarn
sant to our overestimating children's ability to nd ah* get him an engagement with white; she turued gray.
| feel welcome. Do you follow a good example. They're not an opera company. Again he make*' ,
lay's parents are care- likely to be rood and tearfully Cecil telling him'Ih.
| respect, which Is why any better than the example love* him. ..y. he can now bring over to me. Doris face was all might ,a). that I took. I railed I
we set. ,but to
in often don't put themto as Sot-la to hi* feeL H* refuaaa a new conract. aglow. out. and my head felt light ant
when good requires Instruction and drill A movie audience give* Darts the Cecil laughed and turned to her. dizzy because I could see ever)
{ be agreeable Perhaps the greatest fault is reserving bird." She eaya ah.'. no good and that "Well, how was the support?" note ot It going like a knife InU

Bmpany comes? company manners for com ihe love* Leonard. Cecil ..y. a final "I never knew there could be her heart. When I got to the> an
| manners have other pany. They need dally polishing. (ood-by to Leonard" warning hint Dorlan't such support." dante I gave it the gun and when I
making a guest feel "Hcked. then meet* him una.peet.'dly -
ej For not until "
they become second "We showed 'em. reached the high A flat I ..teppeeInto
with Doris Blair's cock-
at Gwenny
BFor Instance on days and nature can the rules of courtesy all party. "Even if you do try to steal my It with a smile on my face ana
Children are cross serve their greatest function which men" held It. and swelled it, until the

I inside, having company is to put the child himsalf at ease. It wasn't supposed to be a dirty room began to shake; then I pulled

them a chance to pull As much as we enjoy the movies About a minute after that Doris crack. It was Just meant for a it hi. and cut. I closed It out ao*

l bad mood and "save we dislike their tendency to show taw Lorentz. sitting there in a cor- little .... something that Doris had emn as I knew.

being nice to mother'sthe American children as lacking in ler with his arm around Cecil both to get out of her system; then she Wilklns played the finish, and

[ time the company courtes)'. This is especially >f them being gay for a little knot could forget about Hugo and really waited. Nothing happened. The] "
ley will be all over the table regret hat was gathered around them. I be friendly. sat there as U they were froten,
.ouldn't go back to feelIf since if they tried the films Cecil If she had been and then
could alked along about what a terrible winced as they began to talk, al
they tried. That Is.Hs lar make good manners as popu nab Gwenny always had at her par hit with a whip. Then she looked If I wasn't there. He looked up al
as movie fashions
tactful enough not toi are. ies, but she didn't seem to hear me straight in the eye the first time me. as If he was In a madhouse 01 I.'

i of their pre-company Of course most of today's chil- nee She kept watching them. she had all da)'. "Leonard why something. I smiled at him. and

dren have charming manners. But She must have crossed eyes with did you lie to me?" bowed three times, the way I was l:

[mean children should be there are still too many parents :Lorentz, because he bounced up "I didn't. taught center, left, and right. Then ..
I their chairs while they who seem to think their children nd crossed to us. "Dorlst I Hello.Jr. "You did. You let me go to her. I went over and poured myself I

Yes, Aunt Emilia." "No.a. should never be Inconvenienced or Borland. Come on over you you swore you hadn't said a word drink. When I turned around DorIs

." to a barrage of silly who seem so afraid of incurring WOo We want Doris to settle an you-" She tried to bite It back.It was leaving the room. Sb

from a thoughtless vis- their displeasure that they let them .irgument. Which is worse a Ger- wasn't what I said. It was the walked as U she had Just gone

i few minutes to greet a do as they like. In fact nothing WE'RE: all so busy these nan tenor singing 'Trovatore or look on Doris face that stopped her. blind.I .

santly Is surely not took makes me sadder for the children's we appreciate in Italian' tenor singing 'Lohen- She knew, then what Doris had don't know how I got out ol

of them even If they sake than to note how much some more than ever the few precious irln'?" really meant but It was too late. there. But pretty soon I was down

[date for the movies or a children are going to have to learn hours when wo can relax. 'I would have thought you' would Doris looked first at Cecil, then on the twelfth floor where you

(up In their room. When after they leave home.PATRICIA Smart, flattering clothes lave come over." at me. Then she gave a little rasping change from the private elevator
for Why.. Doris I have!" laugh. "Oh-so that was what which runs up to the rnthou.e. to e ..
stay-at-home moments "''A little belatedly, I would say" you were doing In Rochester and the main cars. .,
aaa immeasurably to the enjoyment lounging coat of crisp sayon taffeta I 'You' disappeared! I've been Syracuse and Columbus and Chi with Wilklns. When they saw me

EME of playing at being a lady ot leisure. in a gey plaid like that pictured to'' patching my chancel""Or cago, and-" they stopped talkin,. We went'

F S ION Thanks to the many fine rayon fabrics the right In the above Illustration for somebody perhaps who !_" down, and on the street a cab came

V Jfg now available, there is luxurious will be the envy ot her classmates rould be more of a credit to you?" "Don't give me that foolish story up. Wilklns offered us a lift but

andlMaty'- lounging wear this season within the as she flits about In the dormitory or "Stop It, Doris. She's an old again about looking things over. he had a dinner date uptown Insteal

reach of every woman's clothes cuddles up in a big "comfy" chair 'riend. Now come on over and set- I've followed herl I've followed her of down so I told him to take the
budget. Je the argument. It's deep and wevant in the newspapers. I know everyplace cab and I sent the doorman aftei
In her The 'tailored collar
room. a real opinion" that she's sung, since-She another one. He went off, and 1
Unless you have explored the possibilities may be worn snugly closed on cool He went back. I felt myself get- was in all those places! stood there looking Cecil up and

of dramatic at-home costumes mornings and the wide skirt flares :Jng thick In the collar. "1 thought Cecil kept cutting In. trying to down, and decided she was what 1

:D .. you will have no Idea what nicely from a slim sashed waistline. fou were through with Hugo." smooth things over: "Mrs. Borland, wanted in the way of a worn a a

pe"BY they can do for :your looks and your For extra warmth there are "I am but this Is a matter of will you believe me when I nay I've and that I was going to hook up witk

DOW morale. Whether :you're a busy wife adaptable breakfast coats and lounging manners." never meant a thing to ;your husband her for the rest of my life. Maybe

KUchea.OAGUE and mother, or a tailored career robes in luscious rayon: taffeta, "How about me looking>> silly?" ?" the love part wouldn't be so hot
"You?" People were looking now, and tryIng anyway on my part but I had had
woman, or a defense worker who
moire or satin cosily quilted and cut
E. "Yes me. A husband does look not to look. Doris leveled it all I wanted ot that She was decent ,
f Bliter Mary's Kitchen. has worn a uniform or practical on flattering fitted and flared lines jretty silly when his wife picks a right at Cecil: "Miss Carver I and you could stick to bet "
functional clothes, i graceful lounging with nice tailored details. For luxurious and feel had
to plan for the coming jealous row with another man right don't believe you. you a viper on youi
st insect pests that will costume will transform you Into lounging the quilted housecoat n front of him." Cecil closed her eyes, opened chest every time :you put your arms

on be invading the ,ar- .....', .4 a clinging vine In the twinkling of sn centered in'the- picture above "JealousT' f Jealous of Hugo?" them' again-grabbed-foT-th 'on* around her. I hooked my arm is i''

over your stock of equip- eye.. For Informal entertaining, for uses soft rayon satin ,In a colorful "You sounded like It" last thing she could say: "We saw hers and pressed it f t

eck replacements. instance, such formal fabrics ss floral print. A snug set-in waistband They came over then. Doris Introduced quite a lot of each other that's) The doorman came, riding the t ,

I( at your sprayers and crush-resistant rayon velvet, soft with double-breasted buttoning accents me. Cecil said we had true. We could hardly help that. running board of the cab, and 1
net and didn't look at me. They We put her In. I fished In my pockelto
d be in We were singing together. were
sure they are satin and svelte
rayon rayon Jersey the full, flared skirt In a more
went on with the argument With tip him, and heard the cab dool
You need to do singing In the same opera company
this may that last. re- are draped and molded Into gracious Intimate mood, matching gown and :2ecll smiling at her Doris was and-" slam. I looked up, and It was moving

have year taken care of year by hostess -,owns and strikingly trousered. negligee sets In pastels and white lerself again. She won the argument Doris gave a shrieking laugh and away and all I could see wala

he article. Bejeweled or unadorned dramatic are exquisite in fine rayon crepe or with an imitation of s GerTinn half the room stopped talking and gloved hand waving at me front r

over your supply of or appealing, these lovely satin with lavish lace trim. lady who used to sing Brunnetllde turned around. Gwenny came up. the window. In another second II
for plant protection. styles reflect the trend towards luxurious With luxurious fabrics pinch hitting in "Travlota. Doris put her bead on her shoulder was gone.I .
rayon pro big favor to the management. started down the street. Then I
ilcals deteriorate unless effects. is a and kept' on with that lauRh.
viding exciting grandeur, glamour Is Pretty soon Gwenny went to the wondered where I wus eo In". Hen
she turned to them "Oh.
tight containers so if you For a quiet evening at home or a
such dusters the keynote for at-home fashions niddle ot the room, began stamp- -isn't that funny? If they took I had Just made a decision that was
nicotine my
ne exposed to the air quiet morning or afternoon there such as the handsome hostess gown jig her foot. and. as soon as the a trip together-I don't mind. It to change my whole lifa, and now II

as well throw them out you are enchanting styles In house shown In the left In the picture nab got quiet said Cecil was gong means nothing to me-let them enjoy seemed to have evaporated Into thin
coats, lounging robes and negligees to sing. But when Cecil went air I crossed Park Avenue and
s that have lost their la- above. This distinctive and gracious life while they're young. But
no value either.undoubtedly that are not only comfortable but gown combines two high-fashion I iver it wasn't Wilklns who took the darlings! Singing together! In th t headed fur hume My leu fell
piano. It was Lorcntz. She sang queer<< and I couldn't nerm to walH
look as well In the dining room as same-I can't stand Itl! Imagine
need a dls- notes In its dramatic use of suave "
he Tltanla aong from "Mlgnon. straight I remembricd I hAd had
r two. fungicides and in- they do In the boudoir. Rayon Jersey rayon Jersey for fluid molded styling I had it all the more, this feeling Leonard singing hahaha.hal"Gwenn four drinks Then I heard mvK-ll:
decided to play It funny
and velvet reappear in these plus a glorification of the (hat I wanted to get Doris out of ) laugh. It wuin't the four drinks.I .
of too. A few others
She laughed
1 e disinfectant.mercury Is a gcner- fashions, as do rustling rayon taffetas sweater Jacket for informal evening .here. With that singing going on laughed. Then she decided to set I let rnyaclf Into the house ano

It Is a viru- smooth rayon crepes and wear. In striking Chinese red the there was as much chance of that he'll sing the hall won dark nnrt upMuirs I
and should be witty. "Perhaps us something
used weaves. Wrap-around coat types are soft rayon Jersey Is swathed snugly is there would be of getting a )-From Pagllacci'l" could hear I ICvelvn crying I opened
popular for the girl who likes her House away from a piece of cheese. my mouth to call, and noiliinn coin*
the best material to usa about the bodice and draped in sleek If that was what she said. I
After the "Mlgnon Cecil sang a out of It, I groped for the switch.
g sprays and dusters, soa housecoat do double duty as a folds for the full full skirt. Long Ittle cradle song that's been writ- think I could have stood it. Out Then I heard a rustle behind me .
large-size glass casse- dressing gown. The shirt-waist or sweeping lines are complemented by Vienlols that wasn't it. What she really said
:en on Krelsler's "Caprice 1 half turned and (clt something
a glass measuring cup round-necked styles look like frocks full bishop sleeves caught tight at ," and then she came over to was, "From Polly-achy and at the horrible coming at me. It hit me

the ounces as well as the but have long concealed or zippered the wrist. Brilliant red stones set Doris. "How was I?" dumb Ignorant way she pro She was panting like nn animal and

of cups clearly marked In closings and may be slipped Into in gold gleam from every square of "Marvelous. I never heard you nounced that word something In me struck at my face with both handi
>. cracked. All the rotten phony
Keep these utensils on the of ease. etter." at once. Those claws raked
with greatest me.
the knit wool bolero with
shelf. cruel stuff I had taken from
Any: college girl who happens to "I thought I was a little off. myiclf mean All the time she was talking to me,
Its shoulder-accenting sleeves.Releaaed and all the stuff I had taken
:'t cap Doris
mixture still holds first of quilted but they seem to like It, sot's not loud, but In a terrible whisper:
be the a
possessor cozy bv Weatern Newaoaner Union.* Gwenny and her kind came
( from
ng the copper compounds ____u____ all right. Do a duet with me.Wrs. in throat. I turned "You would do that to me ,
able swelling up my
fungicide. It should Borland you beast you swine you
nly when have to be told how to Gwenny: "Since you ask me, 1
freshly prepared PLEASANT VALLEY Doris didn't can have her what do I car
e mixing it Is a rather lecent that was. It was letting her think I w 111. who you" have but that but.
ore it's simpler to Invest By MIsH Mary Johnson ight into the big-league park. It I went Into the dining-room and that Get out of here Get

y prepared mixture powx By Mary Johnwon Juanita John.* vas treating her as an equal and found Wilklns. He hadn't heard any" out of here! Get out of here I"
> with water ihe took Cecil's hand and gave Iti of it. "Feel like playing for me?
as needed.
Mr. and Mrs. Wllbert Mann of "Sure. What'll It be?" Her voice rose to a scream a'
finely in shake.
sulphur that and both children
upstairs began
Ocala were visiting Mr. and Mrs. "How about the 'Prologue and
control mildew "How about "La Dove Prende'7"
; rust and to wall and I pushed her ,
>t H. L. Johns and family Sunday. Pagllaccl'! ?
on roses and Is recom- :Jecll: asked. got the door open and staggered
>' red spider too. Acornor HEALTHMild Tech. Sgt. Wlllard Mann of "Oh. not that! I only know the "The 'Prologue It Is. down the steps to the street.
We went in and there was a
sulphur and 10 cent Pensacola waa visitingMins Jua- trst part and-
per I that night at the
and they all started to whis spent nearest
of lead will "Then ['U sing the second. Come laugh
often take of last
care ita Johna Friday night He started the Introduction holel. I had some dinner and )
g Insects.
e sulphate lead week. Wilkins took the piano, and they and they looked at me. and looked didn't know what I was eating
arsenate. 1 Then It nine o'clock
was and \her.wasn't .
Doris. They were her friends
of Lake at ,
and rotenone Nelson Bonds City was itarted. It was pretty terrible Mo-
are insectl-
anything to do but to bed
control chewing and suck's. 8095 visiting Mlaa Mary Johnson Sun- tart has to be sung to the beat remember, not mine. go
The and I think I told you about Doris' Cecil came over: "I wouldn't, I turned off the lights and tried
lady-bug afternoon
oo and destroys clay dea on rhythm. I saw Wilklns bab)'. It was awful but--I wouldn't.You'U to sleep. I didn't seem to be thinking
Is the gainer's Cardigan Suit Mild Exercise or Mothers Corp- W. N. Johns of Pt. Ben- ook up. but Cecil dead-panned and regret It." about anything at all. But every >

here are the Pattern No. 8095-Here Is a dress In a very recent article. I suggest nlngr, Ga.. WM visiting his parents they went on. Doris could have "Maybe." time I'd drop off I'd wake up

"at are made combination made like a suit--which you'll ed that every mother take some timeout I Mr. and Mrs). H. L. Johna lung it backward and that pair She went away and I stsrted to dreaming I was standing there) beside

a variety of up to tike find is one of the smartest outfits of her dally schedule for herself I recently. vould have carried her through.'t sing. At the first "Si puo." Doris Gwenny's piano bellowing, a>

tor troubles. The you can wear and wonderfully' serv part of which should be) spent Corp. Harry Hilla of Mississippi got a hand and they had a whis- sank into a chair. She didn't turn the top of my lungs and nobodi

'V0.1! .pre*. usually iceable. Just Jacket and skirt alone In a routine of mild exercise. Perhaps was) visiting Miss Eunice Snowden ter. and did the "Barcarolle" from white; she turned gray. I went on. would even turn around and tool
fungicide and both stom- Maybe of the big shota In at me. Then one time this horrlbli
make an attractive costume but a little more specific advice he "Tale of Hoffman. That was some opeere
poisons. In a smaU Saturday afternoon. do it better han I did It thing was coming at me Inh..
!rood one you can give It great additional the subject would be in order." I i little more Doris' speed and a can
ch time combination spray smartness to by wearing with it the on of modern housekeeping Nelson Bonds and James Turner Ittle more that mob's speed too.o that day. but I doubt it They dark and I woke up moaning.
In spite
c* f Prevention and effort dickey collar (included in our pat- conveniences most housewives get are visiting their slater In St. it went over big and they came couldn't take the Interest in It. you (TO DB CONTINUED

cure *In Is worth a tern or one of your own tailored of and leg action in Petersburg for two weeks,
the arden aa well plenty fined to her home for several day' day of February. 1842. ruary 12th., 1942.
the collar out over abdominal
where else blouses putting their dally tasks but the BEAD A. J. Thoman,
the most with ( (OFFICIAL' HEAL) A. J Thofna*.
preventative of disease I. the Jacket. This cardigan Jacket is muscles are completely neglect HIGHLAND mumps. A* Clerk of ald Court. S-2T 41 1-30 Asj Clerk of Said Court 2-204t 3-13
n. The clean line.. of easy to make. ed. Consequently, these all-Impor MJso Beth Wknberly Mr. and Mrs. Lacy Norman U. A. Htephenn, Jacknonvllli Fla, T. Frank
to yourthl Pattern No. 8095 Is In sizes 14 to tant muscle and the Internal organs By and daughter. Cleo were shopping Atty. for Pit. Landrum Starke
tmufl! discourage for
Atty. Plf.
nil dlseuea. Keep 20; 40 to 44. Size 16 Jacket and skirt which they protect require C. M. Or Iff is waa a. visitor to In Starke Saturday.

f.J? free ot all decaying take 9 yards 89-inch material; SH special attention. Perhaps you may Jacksonville Wednesday. Mrs) Cecil Hardee and little m rntri'iT. romr.rni .......PFOIIO -

lf''a'' and debris in which yards 54-Inch. Vestee collar. % have a routine that seems well Mr. and Mr0. Denver Godwin of daughter, Helen were visitors to .*Tr, FI.OKIUAI" i!* CIIA.MMau'rlce IV 4-IHCl'IT fOI-HT. BRADFORD
,! 5bre d- yard 39-inch material. suited to needs but if It does cJr.a Y. rOII"T". rLoRID. 1 11 e""II.
and Burn .11 sick- your abdominal Maxvllle were visiting here Wed Starke Saturday. Low In, Plaintiff, vs. Dorothy ('F.I&Y.
disinfect tools used on not include some special 'ineli rtillca. Plaintiff I vn.
Plants In sdding nesday. Lowln Defendant. Case No. maCh
will be wise
exercises you iv rinrriT roi'RT. BHAOFonuCOUNTY. ". Defendant. Caae No.

N.m................................. the movements given below. Mrs. laom Davis and Mrs. S. FLOHIUll 1M! CIIA.N- 1819. UIi2.OROER
Lying flat on your back, clasp C. Harley were visiting hi Starke CEHV.Oladya ORDER OF PtTllLirATIONANI PUBLICATION

fOGRAPHERS NOT K ........... the hands behind the head 18 that Friday. N Wlndham. Plaintiff.. V.. NOTIC'R! TO APPKAH ANf NOTICK TO A PI'10 AH
l AddreM.Name ........... the Robert Wlndham Defendant. CaaeNo. STATE OP FLORIDA to: Dorothy HTATB OS" FLOIUDA to: Ray
each_ BRADFORD"OUHX the wrists are directly over Mrs. Winifred Wlmberly returned 18(8. Chll... who* residence ,In "7Ih.I .

TE.EGRAPII. ....-............................-.... ears your right elbows knee forward.up and Then at the same drsw home visit with Friday her after daughter a twoweeks' ORDER"> NOTK'R OPANf Pf TO RLIIATl APPEAR N Place. Lowln Kew Gardens'115-19 Long Groavenor Island I' C.Hattallon.You Port arc Knox.Company: Kentucky.II, A.: K, It. T.

of paperPattern ....................... time to pull touch your the chin head with forward.your knee.tryIng Mrs. Nelson Green of Lawtey. Wlndham STATE OF whoee FLORIDA realdence to: I Robert* Un New York. [ April' Court" ..anil t caua rlr.'dtha:* whoroln appear plain named 'on

supple enough Mr, and Mrs. Lloyd Durranceof known. You are required to appear on tiff .e.ka divorce, hradford County
...... SU......... In the event you are chin collide visiting here Sat- You are required to appear on April 6th.. 1942 in the above Telegraph ahall publUh this Order
were :
No. and
to have the knee Lawtey above In .
April lh., 142, In the namJ named Court and rauae, wherein nnxt four weekly lanue.
(for with uncomfortable force vary the urday. Court and cauae, wh r ln plaintiff plaintiff eke' divorce. Bradford Wltneaa my hand and official
......d SStf&.S-V movement by bringing the knee to Miso Maggie Crews. was a visitor Pieekn divorce and Cuatody of County Telrajraph Khull nukllahlhl a..al at Ht.rk.. Flor"* th" Feb-
.ch six times and Chll.l. Bradford fountr Telosjraph" I order In next four weekly In- Vtr r !
Patricia Dow PmlUrns I left shoulder. Repeat to Starko Saturday. hall\ puhlinh thla ur York. N. T. I then do the same exercise with the Miss Louise Marr returned to four wnekly l.euWilneaa .".. WItnea* my hand and official A. Clerk of eald Court. S-I7 4t 39
204 W. nib St.. New left knee six times. my hand and official seal at Starke Florida, this Feb- Italph C. Romedy, JacksonvllI, ria
WSUTS. I school Monday after being con- eal at tltarke, Florida thia 24th., ACCX rvr pic.BRADFORD .




-- -- ---- n
=-="" \
ii : Sunken Tanker Car Owners Pleased fare and --==:::::
Hampton School Adult Classes oiher
c Funeral r' Portance to tOPlcar
Sunday :
Exercises SoonCommencement May Be Held .,,fftj.i. Survivor HereJ. Many motorists have alreadyhad ford County ana ClU""
automobile wheel tbe
; their alignment ding
!: 'a1 For James Lambe exercises for Possibility of the establishment l W Willard Is in Staik tested by the new Thompson "We have area, the:Mr \Yq

the Hampton Junior High School of evening cla-wes and vocational \ 'JII&Tfii ; visiting his mother, Mrs. C. C. Magnallner at the 3. P. Rob- Lion picture Vlclot

will be held Sunday and Monday training, for Bradford County Norton after being saved from erts Motors during the past week, know ot no aPP&l\t, _

James Lambe, who has lived in nights, and will mark the adults was explained this week by drowning off the Charleston, S. and have been well pleased with In better! lilt J

t f4; Stiu'ke for tbe pat'l: 16 years died first: such exercises to be held in B. L. Williams, principal of B i IN C., coast when the U. S. Tanker the results obtaIned. Mr. Roberts the rene educational of '

In St Luke'B Hospital Jackson the County this year, Prof. M. W. H. S.In. Caaslmlr: went down March 3. stated 'last Tuesday. Mr. oUr 011I

ville. Saturday at 12:20: A. M. Morrow, principal stated Wednes making the announcement, WASHINGTONWashington He spent three and a half hoursIn "The work can be done while Williams e
II following: an illness of only two day. The school will not offici- Mr. Williams Issued the following the open Atlantic without a fact that these PIc
wait he continued. "Y
you 0 u
wrecks. The funeral w a A held ally clone until March 27; but statement: lifeboat, and was finally taken to shown free Dall'S
Sunday afternoon from the lIe.l for reasons best known to thoseIn "We realize that we have a I a Charleston hospital where he can't purchase new tires, so the grams willOUDEU be .,

l ;, jt1 ;' Witt C. Jones chapel with the charge of the school, it was number of people I n Bradford ,which D. C. the(NWNS-The President recuperated. Later he was Bent next best thing is to have your IN ("IRrl.'r annOliaet

Rev. A. E. LJghtfoot, pastor of deemed bent to have the commencement County who are unable to read great wields power over congress was measured to Jacksonville, and then came tires properly aligned so that they COI'er', C'Ol'lt

the Baptist church, officiating. exercises at this time. ,or write. recently when the house of repre- I to Starke for a two weeks' visit will last as long as possible.- James C..UIY.F I'LOIIID'\II\

Interment was In the Crosby Lake The Rev. L. A. Shepherd, chap I "We realize: that we have some sentatives. supposed to be in favorof with his mother. NeUI 11. IIIone.r Rp@nc.r, PI.
cemetery.Mr. lain at the State Prison Farm, who would like the opportunityto a bill to drop the 40-hour week Frank Coleman telephoned the School To Show No 1903. II
will preach the baccalaureate 'sermon take courses in typewritingand law defeated that measure by 226 OP
Lambe came to Qtarke from information to the Telegraph, and ANI NOTle,PtJlLlr!
Canada 16 years ago, built a at 8 P. M. Sunday, while bookkeeping."It :. to 62 when word was received source" from that later Mr. Wllllard came into the Defense Films Free .STATE lir'B. Jl'1oIID.!: T051'
"unimpeachable flp.n..r
State's Attorney T. E. Duncirn hoe possible for us to an IIf I3D
home here and worked at Qulg- may office. Street
the According to the OII
the President opposed measure. meager
lay tc Davis' lumber yard for I of Gainesville, will deliver the ad. organize evening classes In the Not only did indirect word of the information which Mr. Willard E. L. Williams principal of B. You are r'lI5lrp5' ..

more than 15 years. Besides his dress to the graduating class. above subjects U there is a sufficient President's attitude turn the tide on divulged two ships were zigzag. H. S., announced yesterday that. Court May 4th.and, 19U. j In It.111..

jY wife he is survived by three Monday night. S. E. Sparks, demand for them. We this bill but It also led to a clear glng to an arrangements are now being .seeks. d I vorc.cause. She.,.,
escape torpedo Brad'
sona-Victor Lambe of Ocala; chairman of the County Board of shall be guided In our planning by understanding among the majorityof when they collided enemy his sank made for free public showings of T..t.In raph ehall! PUblitli'",

Kenneth B. Lambe, of Moncton, Public Instruction, will present the response to the above sug the house that at the present and seven members of ship his instructional. pictures on topics of Wit next""'''four' niy' ""halld.kl,
yr New Brunswick Canada; and the diplomas to the graduates, gestions. time there 1* little use in opposing were lost. crew Importance to civilian defense. at tarke, 1"lorlda, tb al14l

4, Joseph O. Lambe, who is with and the Junior High School choir ThIS program U accepted by the President on any measure. Mr. Willard born "We plan to start with the OFFICIAL SEAL It
President Roosevelt was particularly was and
will furnish the music. the citizens of Bradford rear showing of of Londonair As elerk ) a.
County "
the Canadian army In England vehement in his opposition to ed In Starke: spent about two 'u"*'" ('OUtL '
five daughters, Mrs Berry Johns, will be a beginning of a school the recent proposal of the farm years in the Army, and later rains, bombings: chemical war- Attyl'foVrlV. Jack""nrt"
Mrs John Grew, Mrs. Lonnie Sullivan Isom L. Ogden system which will reach all citizenry bloc of the senate to attach a farm Joined the merchant marine. He
and Miss i'nt Lambe, all of and will do much to revolutionize relief measure as a rider to the 32
:' Slarke, and Mrs w' JJ. Macuon- Iiom L. Ogden 82, died at the life in general.: billion supplemental war-fund bill. vice.has spent 15 years In naval ser I Political Announcemej

ici:3. ald. of St. JohnH, New Brunswick, lomo of a daughter In Pompano "We may be able to get a Voca- The farm measure was aimed at
!: 'fit! Canada; and nine grandchildren. Tuesday evening following an 111- tional Agriculture and Industrial stopping the government from sell-.
\ its store of surplus farm products
Ing FOR (
:!, : Pallbearers were: A. J. Thomas, neal of several days. He was Shop Program started in this at less ,than parity. Althoughthe A & A LuncheonetteTo 1 If elected Democratic I PrIm ...
\\W; ;' '" A. O Andreu, S. E. Sparks. Charlie born In Appling County, Georgia, county. IF YOU WANT IT. President opposed that plan Open MondayThe I hereby announce myself a II'lve! my beet prom'.e..ftorts' 10 t.

i,Jf' Ward, L. A. Davis, and Richard but spent the larger part of his "All the above possibilities are since he believes it would add a candidate Commtmiloner. for the for office lilntrlct of County No. 1 The"otere vote In and the Cell. "'''
,1' Middleton of Daytona Beach. life In Bradford County, movingto inclusive in a complete school billion dollars to the annual cost of smoke had (Lnwtey District) eubject to tho preclated. DI.lrlct.
.fff1; Pompnno in 1925. program. the nation's food bill, he attacked scarcely cleared wfll of the qualified{ electors of
\ >III!1'r': of away after the fire that swept thin district. I'romlHln""r, If elected, T t
most the suggestion tryIng -
In 1895 he "Let's not be satisfied to accept strongly -
Almost A Fire was married to Ella the that I will at all times work for
'fI Britt of Williston.He things as they are or have been. to get it through congress and away Starke( Eakery and the the beet merest of my district ant] FOR cot">rv rO'lIIl J
't past the President by having it A. & A. Cafe, February 23, before the county an a whole. I will appreciate IHHTBICT F
,'.? At 2:20: A. M last Monday, is survived by two daughters We urge you to be more concerned hitch-hike on a measure which it A. M. MIxon manager of your vote and support. for I election hereby announce
; George Kopelosua and Nick Stra. Mrs. B. O. Glddens of Pompano with; YOUR SCHOOL knows will. be approved. the cafe, had made Sincerely T.. CommlHHloner to of the WiSd sJ
'/ji1i;; vlanoH, partners In the Park cafe Mrs. B. B. Johnson of Hollywood YOUR CHILDREN AND YOURSELF During the past few years this two three arrangementsfor -T. Blackburn. River and Brooker rSA t
I /i,\ I bad a fire scare in E. W. We the has increased considerably or eating places. Ject to the will Of SrJ
., Hayes' ; two sons, J. I. Ogden and teachers stand practice "Nobody missed .FOR COWTY COMMIM9IONKR' : voterH In the Prlmthi.
a payday Mr.
: J louse at 327 West Call street M. I. Ogden both of Pompano; ready to help when and where and a number of mea lUres, DISTRICT 1 solicit the vote and
MM t
\, + where George lives downstairs Five Brothers J. H.Saxon possible." which never otherwise would! have Mixon stated Tuesday. "Of the I take thin method of announc of all the voters 'In.i
':l'J. B. Y. become law. have ridden through seven or eight employes', two of ing my, candldacy for election to promising; If rlerttd t0ri
i\ and Nick upstairs Saxon G. W. Saxon the Office of County Commissionerof give
i' all of Hampton my bent effort. f i,
l The congress on the heels of favored secured employment elsewhere District Number 1, Law-ley Precinct fare of the 2
:: scare was caused by an oil W. T. Saxon o f Oakland Mrs. Ida district at
Harnage legislation. The fair trade price Mr. Mlxon said, "and all subject to the Democratic at larce
:J!!" r ;,t; Move; George personally went to Park and J. A. Saxon of Pompano fixing law which ended price cutting the rest have drawn Prlmarlea In May. I will appreciate !ICt
: 'f.: i''I the light plant to call the fire ; one sister Mrs. J. D. Weath. Mrs. Ida A. Harnage died Tues in many lines of products is their regular the vote and support of the _
( salaries from liL" qnaMfred voter In dIstrict,
P department; it was there in 'record ersbee of Pompano, and six day :March] 3, at the home of her an example of a law which was promlHlnir if elected my to give my FOR "' ("lInOI. soil
time but did not have to use grandchildren. son, Anderson Harnage, near sneaked through by this method In Mrs. M. B. Mixon, A. M. Mix.on's beet services to my district and I hereby I>I. ,M >,, !

\ ',\ I4 any water. The stove had been Funeral services were held at Starke, where she had, made her spite of presidential opposition. mother, has leased the former the County at larse.P. D. ReddlHh. dldate for announce re-election am!
\ :. 'W' adjusted by the time the The defeat of the bill aimed at photograph gallery and shoe bar of the Hoard nf P...
fire de. 2 home for
o'clock the '
few -
.''d.j':? Thursday at the grave past years. She ending the 40-hour week will proba- shop in the Park Theatre build- lion District' No 1 (i lam;
,t, Jr, )) partment arrived. 'In Sante Fe Cemetery, Hampton. was 73 -Years of ae. and- death blr mean that any other legislation ---- FOR COUNTY "O'tUIIS"IO\i.R! Starke.) SubJoel to !th,tfiuallflecl
ing. it has been DISTRICT
\J! result-of remodeled, and :I electors In Ut
!: ; came as the illnessof
an aimed
at more government control I hereby announce candidacy Election to be held
the A. & A. will my In fc
only a few hours. over labor will be postponed for open 'there, :Mon for re-election to the Office of VledKlnff In return <

Il li1j. CLASSIFIED ADS Born January 23, 1869 in a some time. As long as there are day.The dining room County 1, North CommiMloner.Starke Precinct.District Number subJect -- rourtaouH In the punt cervices., your volt I ban in
small town near Thomasville, Ga., no serious strikes In war industriesand accommodates to the Democratic Primaries will be highly appreit,
Senator Thomas chairman 12 persons all counter trade In May. '
--- -- -- -- she R.ep"'lruII7.
---- ---- was married December
on 5
of the senate committee on education however, Mr. Mixon stated, as the I solicit. the vote and support J. 11.: 4 Uudtli' ,
FURNITURE SALE buffet, FOR RENT 1886 to William Harnage. and to of all of the qualified voters In -
for and labor assures that there
light space too small to
use tables aid District,
this promising If elected ,
h44 chests bodii mattress, springs.k housekeeping.: Mrs. F. M. Griffin union were born two boys won't be-the house will probably and chairs. to continue my best effort In behalf FOII TIIOOI.,..110DIhlrl
Quality goods at less and five girls. Mrs. steer clear of labor of the I
than half Graham Fla. 2tpWONDKRKUL Harnagewas measures.The Mrs. Mixon and her district and the County I wish to nnnnuncft ,.
price. See the new Venetian a life-long member of the President and Mrs. Perkins sister-in- at largre.. *t be n candidate fur thH
blinds on display at our store. 0 P P 0 RTUN1TY Primitive Baptist Church and will both pointed out that elimination of law, Mrs. O. S. Kuter, are also W. Mitch: Edwards. member of tile Board oIN

Gassett Exchange Store, west For Quick Sale. Suitable for be greatly missed In the com the 40-hour law would not Increase operating the small stand In F. FOR..COfVTV- COMMISSIONER I xtructlon Intc Hampton from Dlntrlct(.raha"I
side of Starke. couple close to munity. defense production but would simply A. Scott's yard and sell sandwiches DISTRICT! 3 : and New I'.lver If hreeleeIIon ,
UpI Orange Park mean that certain labor groups Ice cream, candy and I wish to announce my candlda..y I will ('OOIIJJtoform
t I and Jacksonville. 20 acres ready Besides her son, Mrs. HarnageIs would work more hours on a lower drinks to for election to the office of my duties. In biu
EXPERIENCED!: !: white girl would for planting, consists of 5-room surv I v e d by the following wage scale. Now It is required that the students at B.H.S. County CnmmlMNlonvr of District manner and give mr I ti

like position keeping: hOUlle.Mr .- house, fenced. Farming: Implements daughters: Mrs. Mabel Groover, labor be paid time and a half for Number, subject Three,to South the will Starke of Pr.Cinet the..- nf energy our school to the. further Your .Mntlnued *
i1 A. W. Brovmlee, Box 825 and equipment. Closeto Miami; Mrs. Bertha Groves, Uma- all hours of work exceeding 40 a Candidate Here otrs In the Democratlo Primaries support Hill h* IB
4 Starke. Itp main highway and school, tllla; Mrs. Allie Dobbs Lake week, but so long as they are paid port In May.and I the solicit the active imp 0. C
vote of all qualified -
overtime there Is no limitation on R. I* (Bob) Sweger candidatefor
St good water, 28 bearing City; Mrs. Elva McRae, Starke; oters In Raid district.
t WANTED Combination bookkeeper trees 7 head pecan and Mrs. Verda Dobbs the number of hours they work. It the Railroad Commission post If elected I promise to continue FOR NrllOOl BOUDlntrlrt
Palatka. ..
cows one mule to > !
and was therefore argued that the leg. FIve my bent efforts to the i Inerest -
4. stenographer. File Etc. Can be bought cheap witha Seventeen grandchildren and five islation' would only in now by Jerry W. Carter, was of District Three and the I hereby announce mr.'
mean an
', applications at City Clerk's of a visitor to Starke Wednesday, County at large. dldate for member of 8cta
lice City Hall, Starke. It reasonable down payment, great-grandchildren also survive. creak in profits for war industries afternoon. Mr. ,,3.. L.WTMN.FOR for District Three, com**
balance arranged to suit buyer. Funeral services were held Wednesday wlthput increasing production. It Sweger has beena River( Hrooker, nrahimin

r See Phil t'.. Vltske at Veteran's afternoon. March 4, at was also pointed out by labor leaders newspaper editor and publisher CO I.NT" COMMIS9IOVRR! ton, subject In hay to As the I Ifenuomary bin
WURSINO WANTED by reliable Locker Club at Gate A Camp the Dyal Cemetery with the Rev. that such a"" measure would hot for the pact 25 years and is now To DISTRICT 4 years experience on ito
nurse with several years' ex Blandlng- Highway or Postofflce Lloyd Johns of Starke and the affect union contracts calling for a living in Clearwater after selling the Voters District of' Number County Pour Com.mlaslbner 'eei myself far better qualified. thin u W i

; QS': perience. Old or infirm people Starke. Make an appointmentand Rev. B. A. Rawls of High Springs 40.hour week and would only hit his paper. in Quincy several years omprliilnr' Graham Hampton and people if elected I will endue;
'' maternity cases children. Practical lets look officiating. those who are not union members. ago. ,He has also represented ThereBBa Precincts: I hereby an- So.
D the place over. Arrangements were Miss Perkins,'giving her opinionon ounce my Candidacy far election Will highly apprecl,'
', nursing a specialty. Write Its a real bargain. In charee of Kev-MoCahA_ Gadsden County In both housesof to the Office of County Oommln- and support
Box 431-B, Starke, Fla. 4tp UpI Pall bearers :- the measure said: "If I could the State Legislature. loner District' Number Four .ubff Respectfully,
were Alonzo Norman that it would >t I to the
see increase will of
: I produc. the Votorn I In V1)yIRI I
_ _ _
Lite-Tite Instant Blackout Felix Sapp, Ancel Norman, tion. I would be for It, but 1 see no
: .LOST-ladles small black coin Anyone Can Operate: Everything Zary Crawford and p. D. Red. economic reason to support it.".
purse, containing considerable Included, Ten Features. dish. While the record 3* billion war
; cash and gold masonic -emblem. Designs and Materials Approved appropriation bill was under con.

t ,, Reward. Irene Matthews, Phone During Actual Air Raids and Expect Yarn sideration in the house, the President Today, Every Truck Is a
Shipment demanded'further increases in
4 1 or 127; or Box 361; or Coca- Bombing Conditions Abroad
the speed of production and asked
\ Cola Company. it Blackout Shades Mrs. C. A. Knight, chairman of that all war industry machines be -Work
_ _ __ _ Approved For Great Britain production for tbe County Red kept in operation 148 hours a week. Weapon for America

11h FOR RENT--one four-room house By Cross. announced Monday that Donald Nelson, head of the War
ntC 3 1-2 mile. from Starke on the Ministry of Home Office and she had received a notice from Production board, immediately replied -
t 3 Lawtey highway. See Mrs. T. J. Home Security Red Cross headquarters to the effect that steps would be taken Immediately .
:McIntyre 631 West Recommendations toward this end. In his
Madison Of U. S. that they hoped to ship some statement the President warned

avenue, Starke, Fla. Up As Given War Department yarn here by the middle of April; that victory would depend on the
In Official Bulletin but that it would be flow of .
used for arms from our factoriesthis '
LOST-Key chain with four keys. Prepared By The mufflers and helmets. spring and summer.
ji '
j 92 reward. Return to Bradford Chief of Engineers, U. S. New plans to foot the huge cost USE CHEVROLET'S"TRUCK

County Telegraph. it Army NCCS of war are now being considered
Estimates given without obligation ResignsJames by the ways and means committeeof
FOR RENT-one small bungalow the house. Secretary Morgen-
I with two screened porches. Fur. Affords L. Buckley, .for the past thau Is said to have asked that an
nished. 2 mi. east of Starke on Protection Against three months assistant 'director additional $ be added to'
old Green Cove Springs road. Flying GlassJ. at the NCCS USO Club), resigned our tax bill next year and has suggested CONSERVATION PLAN

See Mrs. Effie Gatlin! on place. P. MACK this week to look after that $ of this
the estate of his father who recently come from Individual Incomes.
3-6 O. Box 748
2tp Phone IS died in Massachusetts.NOW Whether this figurewiJi be an-ced
to Is of course uncertain, but there
Is little doubt that Individual income
taxes next March will. be
much higher than they are this
year. -

To raise the other 5000000.000 It .
has been suggested that an additional ;
3000000.000 come from oor-t.
poration taxes. $1,000,000,000 from
new excise taxes and $1,000.000,000. _
from tightening up the present tax ***x tIt's -
laws. r-

Strong efforts to prevent inflation -
are being'made by the Office
of Price Administration.
That office
has issued many orders recent
17 fixing maximum prices at which 4r
J manufacturers and wholesalers can up to all of us, as Individuals and as a nation,
sell many food products, including ,
a great variety of canned goods.
r--- The policy of this office is to fix! to k i p our trucks serving agriculture serving '
price at wholesale and then expect

B. sort tin all .r your electrical in line.the U retailer the retailers to keep try his to prices take I'M'i -Industry! serving alt America... And Immediate

advantage of the 'absence Of fixed

kl1I appliances la' prices for them however, suchj and regular Chevrolet's
o are goodeperatiag price fixing wfll follow'rapidly. use/of "Truck! ConservationFlan"

Voluntary consumer organizations
condition. II tie* In most towns are making an ef will held! you to keep trucks serving
fectlve effort to keep retail pricesIn your ,
--= s are in nied .1 repairs CALL line. It Is believed that U they

---- I keep in touch with the price celling -.I 1.I 1,1.rtH'zf:1T'rrrrfl: [. ,,. .-. See your nearest
9 .- YOUR REFJUB DEA1EH NOW. orders issued by the Office of Price !
Administration they will keep press
sure on retailers to refrain front 1 Chevrolet dealer today!
\ taking more than a fair profit cv f
au stabilized line.'


Theie will :be an organization

: held meeting of the Methodist Choir I\ "TRANSPORTATION IS !!NX Adrabo'dllloJludAe'PI_...
!d1i; In the educational building VITAL TO VICTORY" .:::. Low................-nta...., ITorode
I adjacent to the Church, at 7:30 P. t__ _,. ...., _......
M. Wednesday.' A request has been

sent out by the pastor of the

Church, the Rev. G. C. Powell
that all regular or former members

CAREjWjWEAR of the choir be present, and Chevrolet C<
that all others who will partici-

pate In the choir be present Wednesday

night'where a delightful Starke '
r covered luncheon will be served. Fieri'