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 20, 1942
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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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Official County Publication Established In 1877 \



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candidate who daughter Miss France of. Mrs.Johns Thelma 15-year-old Johns Lawtey'School.Nears Must Pay LicensesOn First Fifty :,

L May ,:3-28 primaries route 1. St.rke,' was sentenced to Coin Machines,

(must' qualified with I serve School 5 for years'Glr-Is in by'the Circuit Industrial Judge Tenn EndLawtey Mayor Says Draft Numbers ..
Arch J. I
,urt Clerk A. Z. Adktns Wednesday afteroon -
midnight today
manslaughter In connection: with, March 17:-The 1941-42 today appealed to businessmen Listed Here '
who machines '
of the death' of MIN Mildred Mc- operate amusement
morning a number school term will draw to a clone
In Starke to licences because
buy city
includingof Clain, Feb. 34. hero officially March 27
candidate 0 principal
State Legislature Miss Johns plea}'guilty to a Irving B. Cody announced today. the town U entitled to this Did Uncle Sam get your number .

had not. filed, manslaughter count 10 d ge d revenue. when the green capsules
ford, still I The first of a series of exrclses He also made it plain that the
after'an automobile of the famous
with M*. against her I started coming out
n fees preparatory to the actual warning will be extended for a
she drove struck the automobileIn goldfish bowl Tuesday night? ,
L commencement, start'
Sunday week-through Friday, March 27 the first 50 numbers
which Miss McCUIn, a former Here are
cornmls- night March 22, when the baccalaureate
.umbeitt county -and after that time the city
__ EvarU. Ky., girl was a passenger that apply to Bradford County.
board mem- sermon will be preach. force will
jd school police begin a surveyto
The woman died three days later Check over the list to see if you
from the ed by the Rev. Forbes. Fuller
further be
determine to
|all qualified Yes this photograph was. taken right in Starke. And these In a Gainesville hospital I steps ore Included:
and three school pastor of the Baptist church. taken, to enforce the law, I
Illusion three lade "Coot", Brown, Joe Montletli and Hobby Hall believed State's Attorney T. E. Duncanof Nos. 441; 176; 606; 359; 129; ,
fin several Instances opoad flat! old Haying that ufl h rain down." After a half day they reported Gainesville said the Johns girlwas'cbarged'with The sermon begins at 8 P. M., Complaints have come to the 537; 244; 636; 637; 131 345; 255;
also qualified. culpable negll. It was announced and the Rev. mayor of many of these devices 54; 179; 69; 212; 459; 369; 233; l
"No catches" from an executive rain-made at Intentec-
Ites for the State and pond gence" in the operation of the I Herbert Haixard pastor of the now In operation In the city's 324; 31; 493; 518; 483; 573; 585;' ,
bnal district Democraticblican lon of Clark and Jackson streets here In town.' automobile on 'the Hampton. I Methodist. church, will deliver the limit on which a license Is not 548; 186; BJ6; 530; 55; 445: 476; "+i' I

Executive comi ----- ------ Starke highway where the mishap Invocation and benediction. paid. He pointed out that these 706; 474; 681;? 338; 297; 558; 88; !-' I

i and committee women occurred.. The car In which The following Tuesday night, include weighing machine, pinball 234: 33; 614; 293; 628; 167; 605; |IF'f>

also qualified with Beerless Sunday Very Quiet Miss :McClain was a passenger March 24, 12 g r a d uatlng 9th and other board games< and : 418; S3; 138. i

bmas, late WeOnesday.kpected overturned badly Injuring her. grade students of the Lawtey nlckle vlctrolaa. This Is the order In which the *

that other can- The Johns girl had resided he-re school will receive their diplomas Merchants who have not obtained first 50 new registrants will be

auld have their fees in Day Passes Without A RiotTheir for about a year prior to the accident S.E., Sparks of Staike, chairmanof their occupational licenses called In this county probablynot

deadline passed this which, happened Feb 22, it the county school board Is before June.Draftee .

faces were long and wistful could be: expected to pay exhor-: was said. Her father now resides scheduled to deliver the principal lingnency. .

can, local oil and gat- Some silently shed a tear; bitant rents and lose receipts from at West Palm Beach records address. Dr. W. E. Middleton,' Mayor Wainwright pointed out

tier was the only one The City Pope bad put a. stop one of the week's "best business show.' superintendent I of Bradford, also No. 1 1Billy 1h I

; for the State Demo- To the Belling of Sunday brer. days." county schools will present the

ecutlve committee post And thus the argument goes.Tie Many Guests VisitU. tour' boys and eight girl grad. Train-Auto Collision h <"*
dford and Dr. W. B. Last Sunday marked a return anti-beers point out that uates their diplomas. These exercises Sunday Overstreet

qualified for the Stated tD the "old-fashioned" Sabbath in Starke has only one "main drag" S. O. Units will begin at 8:30: P. M. Takes Soldier's Life year-old namesake of the famous H' :

Congressional District Starke. It was a Sunday reminiscent -Call Street. There are no side School will actually end 'three' ,revivalist, became Bradford' ,
On Open House Day Last Friday night, March 13, county's man-of-the-hour with
n committee post. Mrs. of those quiet days before thoroughfares on which mixed lays later Friday, March 27.
Starke became gaudy and The 1941-42 term has been a successful about 10:30: o'clock, Ed Langley) the drawing of the third draft i ,
[Parks, the doctor's wife giddy, ,businesses might be located but i Among the more than 500 USO
ambulance driver for DeWitt C numbers In Washington Monday.
|fled for the Second Con- gauche( according to Ward .Call Street is the center of at organizations all' over the Country one, Mr. Cody declared.
Jones, had a call to KO: half wayto Young Overstreet who lives
dorehouse attendance has been
District Republicanwoman ) traction. Whether you start to that held "open house" last The I
time In months he said "this has been Waldo to pick up a negro who with bill father on a farm near ,
i place subject For the first no a church a movie show or a grocery Sunday were the four units op. and one held I
proaching primary. beer was sold along Call Street store, you usually cross Call in of the school's best terms" During wan injured In an automobile ac Hellbronn Springs. county
crating Starker"The cldent. When he to the rail registration number 441. the ;:;
Ues qualified for thee from midnight Saturday until Street. So if you walk or ride at house was primarily tile soon to clone term, the got
open of the
number drawn out
road crossing just outside the
) m o c ratio Executive midnight Sunday and the results all. are bound to mix with average enrollment has been between I I
you to.give the civilian population an city limits of Starke he was capsule bowl In the Nallo,, I
are:. were truly amazing. the beet and the worst that comes 290 and 300 students, which ( '
post, opportunity to Me the building,
m L___"__' > blocked by a train. Capitol. Ills order number became i
tiy way ox: explanation: to their to Starke. There )Is no alterna speaks well for a town the ,size
Vloxjmdor, south Starke: said Miss Margaret Ersklne asso Jammed In between the freight No. 1 for the county. I
tell, Lawtey; O. P. Wads- customers, most beer,parlor proprietors tive.City ciate-secretary see what had of Lawtey. care of the train was an automo- Billy is a soft-spoken., good natured :; : I

[ amp ton; C.' Sullivan, simply pasted in their officials are apparently determined been achieved- -made possible by Will Enter Service bile containing a. soldier Pvt. lad. who loves ,sports above "t 1\
ksa and L. R. Oalney windows or door the terse typewritten to enforce the law which' the generosity- the American Principal Cody," who has taught Oral P. Frazler-who was fatally all types, of recreation. lie has' \

Mrs. :Mae Oreen Stark; warning received. by thema prohibits sale of beer in Starkeon' peopleVM1"| here for five terms In the post Injured. According to Mr.' Lang worked With 'the Western Union I
hla' D. WlMletonv South few days"previously from city Sunday ordinance, originally f oltawffigl;i hetoldleraJact. will not. be with the Bradford Postal telegraph\ .
.The.. t along!wfth} \ ley. he had seen the train put on and companiesherq '
T..a'u.mtc..t; ; ; officials deman<|lns:; 'e Hem. .Sun. -t.. passed.Feb/'2.C. _Last .Sun ae'ho.ts, 'and host: eevnty-'syvWm'nextjternvhe' ) said the brakes -on the slick-road, and at, ltltet'y1a, lAthe past.-Besides I :' 1 \ !

\Wiggins! ffwKMrwrraa3Hagartof day.'or"ela.'r.' = day's quietness spoke louder than eaten at the USO YMCA): Mf, today. skidded into ,the train. that he his h.14 c.ther..jQbs. !
Call Street seemed almost dignified and hundreds of apprecl- Ha has apptled4for a commission "
his fathers
Ttteressa..following .' words and Mrsj Wi M. Ward Mr. and He rushed him to the Station Including, .work, ;on ) I
candidates 'for -at least'compared with the atlve remarks have been heard Mrs. E. MV' Davis. TMrVW.Mundy. 'id. in the naval reserve and Hospital at Camp Blandlng.wherehe farm. I Ii i

ity Commission's five dla- two previously rowdy week-ends. here this week. Mrs L. A.' Davis Miss feels like his chance of gettingone died at 9' A. M. Saturday. His father told the story of

its are quaUf}ed.- Police Chief A. L. Alvarez sum There seemed to be just as Helen Dowling Miss Betty Green, Is good. He has been recommended how his son was named. It seems

Diet 1.-P. D. Reddish med it up by laying "Sunday soldiers and civilians on Mia Beryl Holland, Mrs. Arch for the commission, he that the famed revivalist was .
fit t. and T. T. Blackburn, closing went-off fine except for many Adam and Miss Evelyn Stump. said, and expects to accept the New Home For holding a meeting In Jacksonville ,
the arrest of two Union County the streets Sunday and Sunday Inspection of the building lasted moment It clears the proper channels Church Of Christ at the time of Billy's birth His
Fait Thomas and .J.I. night as ever. They were all apparently .
bootleggers- from 1 to 5 o'clock,. when vesper ultra-religious nurse began callIng
Starke Dist. 2.-W. fun. Goingto
fcdwards Waters. They were arrestedand having their services were held with Dr It seemed likely today that by Ben Hull and I). A. Judd have the baby "Billy Sunday" and ,
incumbent and lodged in the county jail." shows and visiting the entertainment 13 Thomas McCaul, pastor of the the time the next school year the contract and are going forward It stuck. I
Road ,
nner, opponent. Although citizens generallywere parlors along First Baptist Church of Gainesville begin, Mr. Cody will be In the as rapidly as weather conditions "I hate to see things like they
Starke. Dlst. 3.-J. L.curnbent pleased with the return of but the smell of beer: and whiskey In charge. Dr. McCaul was service of bin country.The will permit on n new con are," said Mr. Overstreet. "but I

No oppositionon peaceful Sundays, beer parlor operators I was not as prominent as it has himself a YMCA secretary during following students at Lawtv crete-block Church of Christ on feel that my boys ought to do

Wednesday. asked pleadingly how they been In the past. World War I, and was overseas. are members- of- the no 1941.42- u MacMahon street next door to their part In this conflict the

m, Hampton and Theressa. Mrs. L. A. Canova and the R. A. graduating class: A. F. Sauls. Foundation was laid some aa anybody else's sons." .

T, C. Chastain incunxopposltlon Of Tools Council Discusses Boy's Choir rendered s p e c 1 a I Clarice Rosier, class valedictorian Feb. 12 though little progress has I ,Billy will be ready for his ex., _.

qualified Wed- Theft music while Miss Catherine ; Bertlce Rosier, Eula Mae been made because of so much ami nation when the time comes I

Nipped In The BudAt Vice And LiquorAt Young of Lawtey led.the hymn Eunice, Myrtle Bradley, Audits rain Mrs. E. J. Flynn stated and he Is willing to do anythingin

River and Brooker Dist. sing. Miss Jeannette Priest play Crews, Pansy Reddish, Anita Tuesday.The his power for the defense of ,
>. Ray Crawford a called meeting of the City ed the accordion.. Refreshmentswere the United States. ,
Harrell, Incumbent. :Non 4 A. M. Monday Hew Irene Prevail and Juanita Church will be approximately

> announced Wednesday. and Harrell Crawford brothers Council held Thursday night of served. Anderson and Billy Burney Sal. 40 x 30 feet, will have an

park* A Hold-Over arrested by W. E. last week provost officers and J. A. May, director of the USO utatorlan. Arthur Redding, Phillip auditorium, two Sunday Schoolrooms A Few Changes.

race for the three avail- ,were other Camp Blanding officials (NCCS), reported that; while this ShuforcLNab'lUlcit, and two rest rooms. It Lex Green Is building.a brandnew
ool board member posts, Thornton; and Fred Sapp. caughtin worthof again met with the City Dads In organization presented''' no special I will cost between $..f\OO\ and $5- office for himself next, door

arks of Starke chairman! the act of stealing '100 an effort to Iron out some of the .prog m. 1,755 persons,' soldiers Liquor 000 and will be'completed just as to the Starke Dry Cleaners I and .

luckiest. He la .hold-. tools out of a.parked automobile difficulties with which Starke has :and ,clvilian paid them a visit early as weather conditions will Laundry on Court street. AccordIng ,
Is year 'and represents a. back of the Ford garage.. recently been faced "Vice and in from 11 A.. M. to 11 P.: M. Coffee Monday night' policemen W. E.Thornton I permit. Mrs. Flynn said. to R. H, Ma the, contractor '

comprised of South They are In the county jail.Acc.dInC'to toxicants" were among the subjects and ,cookies were' served to Fred Sapp and Bob This congregation has',shown who Is finishing up.. the budding

and There / Thornton.-he and discussed: the-guests. Cromwell and two M. P.'s raided] unusual heroism In the work. Or. it will' be. completed: within a

tract 1,'composed a. 'of law- Sapp had been watching the The Blandlng<< :officers stressed Louis MalakQff states that a Joe Williams' place in Reno got ganized ,three years ago-February week. Congressman Green will

North Starke, J. 3. Nor. peculiar maneuvering of these two the Imperative need of enlisting reception was given in the Jewish' 37 half pints of liquor, and arrested 1939-it met first In the move into the new office ,whereupon

cumbent is actively men for quite awhile. They the cooperation of the citizens as Welfare Board of the new USO Sallle Williams She post American Legion Hall, later .in the Bradford Abstract Company

V J. H. Moore and L.D.-op-. would drive around town park. well as that of the law ,enforce building and that a committee of ed ISO: bond. According to Mr. the Woman's Club building and at which Is housed in the

d in District '3, Comprls- and one would sit in the car and ment officers In Starke. "We feel girls,came,over from Jacksonville Thornton the whiskey was in a the present time Is badly crowdedIn space adjoining the Guidon Grill,

Graham Hampton. Newd watch and leave the engine running that we have the key to the situation to act as hoetessee. Refreshments)i box under the floor In a trap. the Masonic Hall over Darby' win move into the office vacatedby

Brooker precincts, In- while the other would gout ." they said :'lf.every citizen were served a musical program- door and was covered with a rug. '' store Mr Green.

O. C. Kelley la'opposed and try to learn! the where will cooperate with us." It was was rendered! and an Informal

Lewis. abouts of the police. brought out that both civilians discussion group was held.

e Inman, who has 'served After so long a time, when and soldiers will have a better While the y, W. C. A. ((1780)). Artist Sketches Air View of New Blanding Center. .

thought the coast was clear appreciation of the town and under the leadership of Miss
nty as It's State they
Legtslaaanounced -
Ford If such cooperationcan Sarah Reed really",-opened In the
near the garage community -
they parked '
not for,re-election, and' one of them took the tools be had. "Remove the cause,'' Starke Woman's C I u b- building) 7't'j '

morning.actually: qualified' yea-" ; and was about-to place them in i they said "and the trouble will Mon"ay. March 9. "it's first activity ( ([ r ;)

the car" when he was nabbed by :vanish." said 1 Miss Reed "was on ,
The other one led the I "If' could depend Sunday the 15tb..,on'Open-House
police. said that they
Stolen; Cara' .t v"Recovered Abe They _
poUII8 '.a 'merry chase, but was upon the cooperation of the (Jay. We .had no special program /c FSI
The police of of any kind; J u11.4'. quite, a
apprehended citizens
finally, officials and Starker. "* (' .i' .. .
number of visitors'.
shot a fender nearly off. so when they would do all in their power f>

Mercury automobile and they went to the home and bend to help--they would work to get

'p Ford truck were Stolen the car. they bad their man. the roads ,built would help fill, Engineer Has OfficeIn ,

ie weekend In., or near the-cburche USO's and other ;
C: Of 'C.
both of'.which;were*''later We'' ,-Must- Win "... such places and would also fur ,
''d. transportationto
M. P..and
Dish ;
Because. of no available
ding,to J. B. Rowe; jailor Chapman Tells Rotary"No remedy the present,condition. In.:tie-City Hall L. A; Mlchaux space ,. .
rcury bearln&a Georgia Complete ,harmony prevailed
resident engineer inspector for
tag am}.in good'condlUon matter what the cost in I and the cooperation of the council I
the four defense projetfU now being -, "
nd by a road patrolmanr blood, sweat and tears' there can and citizens was pledged.The constructed by 'the' Defense
be but outcome to the war of t b e
Camp'Blandlng, stilT un- one. regular meeting
L. Public) Works-a Federal' Works,
though:,the patrolman in which we are now engaged of Council was not held Tuesday. Agency-.-has his office o.er8ternberc'
o Georgia 11'., Chapman superintendent night. .
g1g-ltttorma- store in the' Cham.bel' ..r.
ut lt.. the State Prison Farm. said in an I /,, eaves ti,,. ,z -r .
Club of Commerce H. has as his A t
truck belonged address before the Rotary ApartmentCharles j'
to'J. M: Garage assistant Mrs. EloSBender., oIndianapolis. ,. .
was lost hera- Wednesday. "That outcome y !
Saturday ntgft t
Ind. whose husband
March .
covered be !" B. Johns began I '
must .
Sunday morning, is In the stationed at '
of a garage Army Camp; I
construction I
ear reviewed briefly 1
tated. Blanding. Mr, Supt. Chapman this country apartment for Mr, and Mrs. El. Blanding. ; 7Blandl.g / $ '
the wars in which .,
at Mr Michaux explained that the :
since Its lery Davis on their home place -
engaged I
has been
13 oflloe was' really that of Carl
d the fact that the Intersection of Highway I .
Bass Season birth have emphasizing never been wars of aggression and 48. It will\ be perhaps ten Johns, city clerk and that Mrs. ::: :
they Bender him In his
was "assisting
before the work is com-
March "The days yet ,
15 to May 19 ins or oppression. unfavor- duties In connection with these I
always pleted owing to so. much !
closed have
fishing seasonoiord American people projects." The four projects con-
able weather. :
County so' far a* fought for liberty the speaker cerned are the new fire station, E : ::2 ,
5.35 Is what we are Instead of a garage apartment _,._.i::._ ; :
concerned. "You can said, "and that Is the health center, the waterworks
of the word
In the strictest sense
y time We will
In said Judge Per. fighting for today. that Mrs. Davis said the addition extension and the sewer ex Center gtarke's new "city within a. city" which will be opened to the public with

ut if commenting you on this :' this war and prove who again gave their would consist of three sleeping tension. All of these except the I elaborate ceremonies on April 1, I..* shown here In the artlitt's conception of an air view Arrange

>u have to catch throw any them black: our lives forefathers for liberty In the past did rooms and a' bath and would cost fire under station and are making now definitely aunts for the grand opening are In charge of Bob SatUrrfleld. secretary of the Chamber of Commerce .

approximately 'l, OO. way progress out-of-town will be bond for the event.
not die in vain." who states that many distinguished guests on ,

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*? ,, s as Mr. Morgenthau anticipates, "an instru-I FLA. STATE FARM I STAT Crablll}]NOTlf'E() yllDl'ho!TOIvey ': I'

1 The Bradford County Telegraph ment of victory, we'll all dig down to the I Hy E. It. BouvlerCOSLMUNITY --I llat! E.,You 61.are h. t 942""'DA ,",eN..

KflUbllfltiod 1811MEMBE.R. bottom of our pockets and still consider it regular Ct.rThe meeting of the tiff seek. dlvcru'1Iw. has4e.

a bargain. held Tues! Telegraph. "hall pliB -dle f ,
t IS Community Club was In next tour
FLORIDA PRESS ASsOCIATION day. Arrangements for the Easter Itor'of show eo Win Friends Witness. my we"kly hxnJ jh.0s2ndl 1\
\ box; to be Bent to our little chargeat x1948 rke. P'lorld'+ ."
NAIONAL6bi1'ORIALASSOClAT10N'/ V) Burying Your Money the Methodist Orphanage at and Influence PtofU." OF\"ICIAL\ SEA
nw q '" 1 9 A 1 Editor and Owuer jJE. 'Won't Help Win The War Enterprise were completed. Other A.'1'. ?"rankfhunnr;j'ourt' I

l> BlattHewn The hoarding of money is the latest business was attended to and thena Atty. for Pit, m Slot.
t -- SUBSCRIPTION- KATE problem on our home front and one of the aoclut. M. E.half-hour Griner wall and Mrs.enjoyed.Mrs. P. IN <'IR't'I'r -I'OIIlT

Yearly $1.73; 8w MonUui $1.00-_ most difficult problems with which to deal.It D. Fancher, hostesses, served 'MRS. DEL CERY.Yr' : FLOaj04leu I
-- that until recently the amountof sandwiches and coffee .B.kFrt. Darbay: pl
seems H ..
+ 1 tq + ttubUshed Weekly on TrlOy.. and Entered M Sec- If will to 3707 Summit street, Kansas City, Mo., Yolk har bUrl r
: + money in circulation in this country aver- U. S. O. DANCEQuite you go anRg; V: 18&,9, '
, Bed ClaM Matter at the Pout Office at Staika. Fla. a number of our ladies will see something worth looking at. It is a monument. AND NOTIoralt5tUr''
billion dollarsa
i ar between six and
aged seven ,,.
hostesses at a had erected to herself. STATE OF F ID"PFrier
h' y ;t AiA enjoyed serving as a woman /
But now there is between 11 and Starke Satur- of sixteen children. Polk Darhla; lj It
year. U. S. O. Dance In She was born'in Kansas City, one Street Qulncy.
Mind Paying
A M1 Mr. America Doesn't 12 billion dollars in pockets, tin boxes and day night. Those Included were, : The family was Irish. She was the third oldest and she had April You 6t are h., ""..f a rrd u

When Taxes Go For Victory perhaps buried in back yards.It Mrs. J. G! Godwin Mrs. P. D. to help look after the other children. When she wasn't helping ..d CoUrt and 1942.ca useorc'nrEwheTelegraph In the .:..
who get pleasure from Fancher Mrs. U A. Shepherd she went to school but finallyshe tiff. seeks div ""
children ;
Those of us can take care of the Shall
this W. puhlih'n.
that considerable Mrs.
is believed North
Mrs. W. N. .
i," ''I ': hitting our heads against a wall'"because it Bitch Mrs. W. G. Stringfellow had to give it up when she was eleven years old, and Wltnesxu.m weekly. trtin
has hidden Y hand
hoarded by '
away ...
money after that. ant
' went to school a day al at Htarke.
probably *
can Hershfield. never lor"
when stop, and Miss Ruth .
S feels so good you who have But the ruary 27th.OFIICM.., un, tt
foreigners in this country seen She married a man by the name of De Gouveia. ( .
about .
tyl i iii get a lot of enjoyment out of reading bank deposits seized in their homelands and SCOUTS AID NEW TROOP name was not easy to remember; and it Was tough to spell.So T A., Clerk. of SKAI raid' Court.11) A 'I'

+ +5 ? the proposed new income tax. It will make fear similar action here. The Boy Scouts from the Farm, the neighbors fell into the habit of calling her "Mrs. Dee." Atty Frank for Plt Btxrk,

this year's contribution to the government accompanied by Scoutmaster The depression struck early in Kansas City-in 1929- -
There is, of course, no reason for such, Bryan Whitfield hiked to Raiford it struck was "Mrs.'Dee." She IY ('IRrl'IT Col liT
;, small comparison.The and of the first '
i' 'S t appear so by Monday night to assist in organizing one persons. (OpNTY, BL01(10.t10, \
new taxes so far are just in the fear in the United States and there is no a troop there. Our Troop had to earn extra money. She was now a woman with two Lillian CERY.

discussion stage, but it may not be long reason to think that dollar bills are any members are Jim Godwin, Chas. grown daughters-how was she going to earn the money? Case VA, Charles No Ordmnndv: W' 'Tllden Tlldon, bf

For more secure than defense bonds. The chief. Thornton. Delbert and Spencer She went over her assets; taking into considerationwhat ORDEIt 184o.OF
r before we are actually paying Crews Leslie Bradley and Robert she could do better than'the average woman could.At AND NOTICE: Pl'nLirAr

+ instead of waiting until next March to collect difference between U. S. Currency and gov- Markham. They met at the Bap- first, she could think of nothing. She counted her sav- W.STATE Tllden,OIJo'I..oRIDA"it Mm

I1t f on our 1942 incomes, the current suggestion ernment bonds is that the bonds pay interestand tist church with CommitteemanW. ings$200.She ton Long:.eland Sew Htr..t YOlk K

is that part of,the tax be deducted the currency doesn't. I K. Jenkins supervising. Buddy thought of something she had been complimentedon. April ou 6th.ar., 194."'},' Inlheop,.,
YS Jenkins Eugene and Harold And this how well she could launder silks and fancy .d Court and cause, .wha
from wages, beginning the first of July. But the hoarding of money does createa Bloodworth Kenneth Knabb, Paul she decided to take her Children.tiff seeks.. dlvnr. and Cv
linens. After thinking it over, Bradford
most serious problem in that it holds possible Dobbs and Orin Reddish are char- Count!
rr If the present plan goes through, and laundry specializing in silks and fancy graph .hall publish (this
a next tour
ter members of the Ralford money open weekly u.u..
ti of us will pay about double what we paid threat of excessive spending and inflationat Troop. linens. She wanted to take a laundry course, but there seal Witness at Marke my, hand Klurldi*.'

this month. But whether Mr. Morgenthau'splan any time.If wasn't one in Kansas City; so she went to the library ang ruary 27th. 1942. L

+ is accepted or some other is substituted it continues, people who have hoarded Mr. and Mis. J. O. Randall read everything on the subject she could. There was a file Aa lOFflCIAI Clerk of: SEAL said Court) A.J 1a.,
A' e ? spent .the week-end with their with the laundry and laundry prob-- T. Frank .ndrum,
: we are all going to be turning back a money may be forced to report it or turnit children in Jacksonville. of magazines dealing Atty for Pit. tltar1At f
t lems. She devoured it.
'g big chunk of our income to the government.In in, in very much the same way which Mrs. H. K. Tyruf has returned and -
1 rented openedher
last she a tiny '
it home from the in Lake At was ready, space, I* nnri'iT 101 HT.CKKvTV' I.
addition to increased income taxes, we they are now being required to report their hospital specialized laundry. She took a part of the precious FLoll"">"u1llallle

;{ri will also pay heavy taxes on luxuries and hoards of sugar. One way that this couldbe City.Garland Godwin Is expected $200 and, on the day she opened her laundry took an ad in ( Gault Singleton lal\llt\
p done would be to require that old cur- borne Thursday from Emory at the paper. The ad brought her her first customer.She Case No. 1889.OIt1)EIt .Hingieton
instead hired and that first employee is still with her. OF PI'RLICA
a helper
Oxford Easter holi-
rency be cashed in, or at least exchanged for spend ANI> NOTIr'E TO APP'
days with his parents. Mrs. Dee laid down two principles to guide her.. 1. Superb STATE OF FLORIDA It
Security. new currency, before a certain date or the Oault Singleton who. I'f
work. 2. Unfailing courtesy. .
Mrs. Annie Rlcharde, and Mrs. Route No.4. Box >9>, tnla
t'y 4 There is no doubt that rich and poor holder would be liable to a heavy fine when 'Morgan Rlcharde and children She gave her business a unique name: "Mrs. Dee's Wash Carolina.You

.S alike will find the new taxes a real burden. the money is released. Jane and Henry spent a pleasant Shop." It began to prosper. Its fame spread. Among April 6th.are. 19U.re'lulr.d In the 10_booed e
week-end In Jacksonville with rel it known from end of the United Statesto Court and cause, wh'niil
Oyu laundrymen was one
But-again for the benefit of the man Ordinarily, what we do with our moneyis tiff seeks divorce Kradtotl
atives. another. Experts came here to study how she handledher Telegraph shall publish Uil
who the thrill of ceasing to hit his business. But In next four weekly |
enjoys our own if a group of peo- Mr.' and Mrs.' Vance Geiger and work. Witness my blind 1.uI\tat

L head against the wall-he can feel glad he ple act to take a sizable amount of money son, Bradley and Mrs. Ed Mul- Mrs. Dee is a good example of a person who had to earn Heal ruary at Z8th Htarke., 1 9 H2.Florida, ibl

; isn't an Englishman. For taxes paid in out of circulation, it could disrupt our whole drow of Jacksonville were week- money and went about it in an intelligent way. She asked (OFFICIAL HEAL!: ) A.1n
end guests of Mr. and Mrs. J, M. An Clerk of mild four I 14,1
Britain make even our proposed taxes seem economic system. Our economic system is herself what she could do better than the average woman, John J. Hvnderxnn. St Au
Bradley.Mr. and then "capitalized on her assets." Fla. Atty. for Plf.IV .
+ moderate. Under Mr. Morgenthau's plan, a having enough' difficulties today without and Mrs. L. I.. Conner and Hundreds- of other women have done the same thing.
man with two children and an income of permitting this to daughter, Elna of Starke were rincriT ('(ii IIT. uni
t new one gain too much We are often surprised ourselves at what we can accom- COTNTV.' FLOIUlMl U
i $2,500 will pay a $32 tax and a man with an headway.So dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. plish-when we must. C.CE11 Louise Y. Rmyth.' Plaintiff
F. Shaw '!
will tax of In Sunday night. Blake Smyth Defendant. Cu
income of $5,000 a $587.
pay if any of us want to, ,bury money Mr. and Mrs.:M. R. Holmes. and n 1854.

'' + England, these men would pay, respectively, away for a rainy day, let's bury it in the Mrs. Rosa were visitors in Lake Letter BoxFriend crisis. He is a traitor to the ANI ORDER NOTICE OF PfULICAr TO AP :'
U. S. A. and should be treatedas
City Sunday. STATE OF FU1IUDA It
$530 and $1,655 a
1 t t form of defense bonds>instead of currency. men.. This Is no play time.It Blake. Smyth whose nil

'1 Most of us aren't frightened by new tax Then it will keep growing while it is out of home Mrs. L.after A. Wiggins a pleasant has returned visit In la and will be a war of exter- lion 248 Quartermaster Camp "fchelby' MmlnlYou senile, ,,,

9At5 1 proposals. We 'don't want to contribute all circulation and when we dig it up, in ten Jacksonville with her mother. Matthews: mination. April 8th.are, required!_, the to ales w,
Mr. and Mrs. M.' E.' Griner I certainly thank for pub- Yours for victory, ed Court and cause wherrti
we'll be called upon to do if it's going to years or so, every $18.75 hoard will be worth spent you tiff eeki divorce Bradfnrt
the week-end with relatives In lishing the letter written by the D. E. Jonson. Telegraph shall publish IbII
,be wasted, but if the tax program will be, $25.SAMPSON lana
Melrose In four weekly
.. in Arkansas. Thank God next .
.'- man iv (OIHTVIT'rovivr. HRADRORD .Wit new" my hand ami
I I r I, :Mrs. 'J. O.' Beavers after' spending one man had the nerve to express COK'VTI, FLOHIDAl If CHAN-: seal at Ktarke Florida, Uu
S 1; 'HAMPTON CITYBy after having spent the past ten I nearly two- months visiting' his mind. My Idea Is a brick wall I I R.CEIIY.M. Crablll. Jr.. Plaintiff 'vn. ruary(OFFICIAL 17th, SEAL 1942 A. J
Mrs. H. W. Morrow Mrs. J. E. Jones days in St. Vincent's Hospital Mr. -and Mrs. W. N. North, returned and a firing squad for anyone Bonnie lye)' Crablll. Defendant. Aa Clerk. of mild Court lie
Friday to her home in I Cane No. 1587.ORDER Herald K. Hart, Jackaon
Jacksonville where do hia
she under- who does not part in this
1/: Atty.
% i MRS. MIME HOSTESS CELEBRATES: IIIRTHDAY went an appendectomy. Talassee, Ala-
b tl HONORING MRS. CHASTAIV 4 Mrs. Clementine McLendon la
Mrs. G. W. Rahme Jr. enter. Mrs. Sarah E. Jones quietly Mrs. E. N. Durkee, and Mrs.Jack .
observed her 75th birthday at her visiting her son, R. P. McLendon,
Rose and two little
., tamed afternoon ather daughters for
Wednesday several weeks.
)1 1 home here Friday; March 6th
Jacquelin and Sandra, of
home with In hon
shower ,
a Mrs. R. J Kite has acceptedthe
She is the of
daughter the late Miami and Clarence Jones of
or of Mrs. Carlton Chantaln.
position of Clerk of the Ra-
Berry and Mary Thomas former
fort Pierce
this I
are spending
Thirty guests were present to en- tioning Board for Union County
well-known citizens of
our com- week here with their mother and
Joy his party. Assisting Mrs. :and has an office at Raiford.
munity. Mrs. Jones has lived
grandmother respectively, Mrs. S. 'Qfl
i Rahme in serving the guests were Chaplain and Mrs.. L. A. Shep-
most of her life 1 n Bradford ,
n Jonep. Mrs. Rose will be
Mrs. J. F. Johnson and Mrs. T. remembered
qy ji'r11 were called to Crescent City
{ county has friends who
many Mess Rae
as Edna I
ti, extend congratulations. Smith. Sunday because of the Illness. of
Mrs. Shepherd's sister, Mrs. G.
p r '
!; : EXERCISES: Friends Mr. and Mrs. Lester Slade of '
of Mrs. W. H. Smith C. Richardson.
will be Interested to learn that Hampton spent most of the week
Commencement exercises for
she has returned to her home with Mrs.' Slade's parents Mr. and Office Sup p lies. Bradford
the Hampton tjunlor High School
'S here and Is recovering nicely Mrs. Charlie McKinney. County Telegraph.
were held Sunday and Monday
44 nights with a large crowd In at

tendance., The Rev. Lu A. Shepherd
t Chaplatn of the State Prl*-
ion Farm delivered the Bac-

r'' calaureate': Sermon' using as his IN ACTIVE SERVICE rJ'A
rtibject' ,. When the World l Is

?t The' Commencement Address for, America's Two Great Armies l

4,> 1 wag delivered by State's Attorney

T.' B.: Duncan of Gainesville,
'who vies Introduced r
by A. J.Thoma 1'
"Th :: S. E. Sparks, Chair. 1 .

e mart" of the County Board of Public ,

44l I' Instruction, presented diplomas 1
Vl to the fallowing graduates: pr +
r4 Marion C. Johns-Valedictorian; ryA

tA, Barbara B. Uorne-Salutntorlan; ,
4.f .' 'Y Betty J. Adklmt, Leila M. Brown. k No. 24WUA

K. Juanita Dyal, Marjorie E. Hall,
,Frances T. 'Johnson, Lee Roy ii ORIGINATED THE Altel'ablttel'.tl'ucdelol'peace.
SS"' Kalch. Edward G. Saxon. W. Herman fnl solution 01 the Seminole hTOASt' .

Mal his. Thomas H. Wads- "HERE'S.-NOWIdianstruggles, ,brave Coacoochee,

dpi worth. ,. known as the Wild Cat met with
1 The music was furnished by the American officers under General Worth in' 1841.'Coaeoo-

8' Hampton Junior High School ekes, after watching the American officers drinking together

Glee Club.IMKNTAL ,was pnasled bythe toast "flea-,'. Luck't"He ..e.';'

l CLINIC I1KLD: Qsa tloned his interpreter Gopher John,who said bethought

",, ,Alter a check up on March 11th c it meant "How d'ye do?" Coacoochee, raising his own

vM1 by Mills Margaret Hoxsey, Brad- glass, sainted the officers with a pttural"'How'!" The M
ford County Health Nurse, of the officers much amused combined the two toasts. Thu.

1 S2 pupils In the first three grades f a century: ; ago "Here' How" became a popular a:. j .1'Yr1'
.f the Hampton school It was pression of good fellowship. ;?
ftfi' :found that SO of the number were r.It

y// In need of some sort of dental
/ ? treatment. Mla Hoxsey made arrangements l "
"Here's How!
(" with Today! nuY .
; Dr. D. P. Mur .. m
phy for Immediate treatment. e FOR A FRIENDLY PLEDGE .
I' Many of these cases have already of .1Ar'w n y.r

1 received care and by the end of fellowship today, lift your

this week the work will be com- ,9 e 1..lla Motor Line It already. actively. .In the war-leading itself wholeheartedly' glasses high filled to the brim +a""
Y : Irfete. to tho .....* of our two armies. military sad cl"I...... _

f 11 JK .... James Gnann and children for the liGHTING FOKCtS Florida. Motor u... asset aro doing .double duty z5 with the great, good Drink of uvY .,
of Jacksonville were the week-end SAVE. -rr I lQW 'LO at home when lava are (,....4. ,
of Mrs. and
guests May Sweeney Cl' "
1-' :Mr. and Mrs. C. L. May. YOUR tot the CIVILIAN ARMY Florida' Motor Line Streamllno* bn ......., .. .. .JAIL Beer. DRY and tangy, Fk
Mrs. J, D. We a t henbee of lanes potties war worker t* their. |lobs, a.d keeping tbs coat of travel. for hullor '
Pompano returned to her home ...* "uleh needed recreation within reach .f ....ry urae. Betide, the.,', the JAX Beer has been one of
) Tl laving of vital' war material ""c. far more people can travel by bus than by caryv0101ts10ttt.ffs -- Florida's
Sunday after a visit with relatives favorites since 1914.
per aalloi* of fuel, per pound o* rvbb.t.sd m. -l I

-I t' Mr.In and Hampton.Mrs. W. C. Kammerer ooF.j'flr. UNION BUS STATION Try bottle of JAX today! ,
t7 n.
of Pa., arrived Friday
for a month's visit with Mr. ..(.,. .."t.o..tOWII Lacy Conway Agent : 7r1N 'r'j: THE JAX BREWING COMPANY B E E t '

..,,i i 8 and Mrs. C. L. May and Mrs. "" by IUS _;t'. mKiommu FLORIDA _yH'ta )

tI W' May Sweeney. sal ,.. .1'
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ISchoolJournalEdltor.lnchlef Take The Count NAZIS : '

From Heavy Rains WEEKLY NEWS ANALYSIS By Edward C. Wayne Need Man Potter t. I,

Unusually hard and long rains For Spring Drive .

$ Building Better Campus ChatterThe this year have put graded roadson Jap Invasion Bases in New Guinea Whether Germany was planning I

jorie Thompson the blink In many pan of peace or not London had been hearing

Campus Chatter Bradford CitizensOur "B" Club dance wa a Bradford county. Strengthen Drive Against Australia; reports that the Nazis were seriously !- I I
.argie Mathews Around Lawtey the county's short of manpower which I
souls are full of pride and affair last Friday night thriving strawberry hub roads needed for the offensive r
Velma Norman Only about half the members attended Promised Dominion Status for India was spring
inlor Class News our eyes are extremenly glad to but it was possible to have been virtually impassablefor against Russia. "i

Enos HayesKpectal see what they see now. It's like weeks. The first indication of this was
bring their dates, and this boosted Fails to Result in Expected Harmony
Reporters when the Nails issued an estimate
Farmers, and strawberry -
waking up after ,a bad dream to the attendance. During the growers
[[Roberts. Clep Norman latter have had some difficulty get- of losses thus far in the war which
[find out that everything Is all course of the evening,
was by far the largest figure they
Claaa News punch and cookies were served. ting to town on week-ends but IRDITOR'S NOTE-*b*. .ftttl I m. a> U ... eat.! !<.. k.'
Mae Parker right again. At least that's the The "clean-up" committee the graded roads have dried off u. tao..f Ib .n. a.alpl >.. .:, :::::::rlly .: (kl.> .:.pa:.rn.MM .> had ever admitted though still far

roar Clasa News way we feel about it now that that there would be refreshments hoped some now. None of the hard M MMMWMnt.ra N..spoper] Unlon.l>> short of' the Reds claims.
some -
atherine Norman the country has seen fit to rem- left the next day but Free- rains washed my of the roadbedsout Th* Germans admitted loss of
1.500.000: men, sine the start of Use I
junior Reporters edy and man and Enos found but deep holes have worn in I
our cramped unfavorable only empty ,
Eva \ w.r. and said that half of these had '
Nina the surface because of
'avis. cans and bottles. sandy rink
Martha Markey conditions. Why it's like having continuous travel during wet \ <:a otV been lost In the winter on the Russian I

ilney. Christmas In the middle of the After the Junior play "GROW- weather. elm. .,;. front k I
ING PAINS" Friday night. March slw.l Th. report hid come i out of London I r
year. To think that in, a very few: 2? Road c.were at a loss In "
laljAJt there will be a dance at tbeWoman' that the Hail ,now were asking I
months we,, can boast and well working the highways, too because \
Building. It's a S. for 3.000.000 fresh troops from ) ,
N AS YOU GO we: may, about our new school good Chance!! to spend your money, stirring the surface of the Italy.Hungary and,Slovakia for the

building. Gratefulness Is a word and get,:A-I entertainment too. roadbeds made travel Just that rrO.Jo. ;::I spring often...... '

let one second slip by it. for It but relieved would describeit Hear that Freeman la a full- I much morejlifficult. d d Soviet authorities claimed that the

you, can never regain fleged speaker now. Made his The Ralford-Lawtey cutoff has German had lad. ,000,000 men o* ,
ae your time should beiliy much better.-.- Now maybe we i, debut at the Band Banquet the been almost a lake of water for' rH the Ruaaiaowinte; front, alone, of '

divided between can at least, attempt to measureup other night. Haven't beard days, during the rainy season, and. SCl-itM\'t{ these 1.700.00ft killed 2,000.000 seriously :

II play ao that you can to the standards set forth by' thing about the annual Football any- washed out with holes. Likewisethe wounded, and,the rest missingor

time to the best advant- other high schools in the state. Banquet yet. Wonder when Roster road north of town 1\ Ilonbfr0 prisoner.Of .
_jbu are the one who Is goer If only the, public will wake up be? it'll was in bad shape. Other individual the new troops Germany was r

from an unprepared to the fact that we need a more roads Intersecting with QT said to b* for,1.500,000 from
partly read, partly rounded curriculum and physical The other day In class meeting these two main highways were 1Vtss.i7.. '1w ?a? MORESB w sly Hungary f.akln.f<< from: Italy and
the .
d-In-a-hurry less on, a education to go along with our Juniors! were arguing whetherto hard to travel and have washedout .. 100,000 from Slovakia rRurnanla was

ece of work. The teacher new building, then anyone who give the Junior-Senior Banquetin in some instances. said to have givtn an army of 1,000-

and so should the attends our school will be gladto the Patio Grill or the Rainbow With the wet spell completely 000 laat. fall, but tin Red asserted

be your helper-not your boast of It. Our standards Room but because of the amusing broken repair crews will be back C roott D'frth.atnul that practically all of these bad been

will be higher conditions will be little incident, last year, they de- on the Job any day now. ylsndt t O wiped out.HARAKIRI. I
better, and Bradford County will cided on the Patio Grill becauseof JAPAAtsr \
[bard to refuse a person
asks for more help than be well on the way to achievethe the way they eat Chlcken-in- I INVASION : i iOn

and it Is extremely un- progress that it has every the rough (No silver served!) Tradesmen NeededAt 8ASE llataan '*

to right to claim. But It can not Subjects are getting harder BlandingCivil h\J\ den)
ul of person put an- and teachers Though there had, little action -
such a situation that he enjoy this progress !if It I"I not getting stricter. The on Bataan peninsula; there bad .
willing to take the exemption roll will be cut in half service officials said today
refuse and knows it Is necessary been a change in Japanese commanders -
Ito give you ,his work. steps toward training its youth next time we get our report that Camp Blanding will need still with stoutlsh General Hom- '

illness plays a part In who will play a great part in its cards. In most classes!, they are more crane operators sewage disposal Reports from Australia emphasise the Importance ef AUIml" attacks ma reported to have plunged a cer.Id. (
taking & pages a day and skip- ea the Japanese Invasion bases or Balamaua. and Lae In northeast New
development. We do
plant operators, ten repairmen -
tool work as well as anyse sincerely menial knife into his own rotund vital t y
ping optional exercises In orderto Guinea. From Balamaoa to Thursday bland, off the northern tip of A_
hope that our citizens and shoe and firefighters
repairmen -
voter. *, and General Vamashita. the
you see. get through. trail, the distance I lIB 400 miles. From Fort Moresby, the. carat major. U
i the one who in respon- will see fit to make the necessary to complete' the complement harbor to the mainland, to Cape York on toe nertnersi Australian tip conqueror of Malaya,,.., reportedly u.
changes and alterations in the Buck Ike Harold Freeman of skilled civilian personnel. In his
for tile distance I.! little more than SO* mile. taking over plaee.
yourself your _time near future. If we, the youth, and Enos went to Gainesville last It was announced officially that I In th. best tradition of the Samurai

you most use of It the; so time if you whiche wille are willing to do the work and Sunday afternoon to see Elolse. an Insufficient 'number of applications AUSSIES: INDIA: .,to be replaced by another general -

assume the responsibility of run- Don't forget that she Is on the have been received to date as having failed calls for a
allotted to the prepara- ning the county in the years that sick-list( and she likes to have and the Civil Service Commissionwill On the Spot Britain's Problem quiet trip Into a secluded room,

your lessons each day. follow, why can't-stepa be takento visitors. receive applications for these Hardly had the battle of Java Churchill hid informed Commons there to take a swift trip to visit
do not stand the
Inly educate us so that we will be The Bradcohian Staff may be Jobs until a number sufficient to reached the mopping up stages than which had been demanding some one's ancestors.

ance to fail. best able to fulfill our duties! ? delivering the annuals after school fill anticipated vacancies are filed. the battle for the approaches of Australia forthright action on the problem of No soft berth'at a desk awaits the

'Yes, we are getting a new school Is out. I hope they know whereall Necessary forms may be obtainedat had started with rumblingsfrom Hindustan that nothing could be unsuccessful commander In the field. ;'

r Biographies building but things should not the subscribers live. The an- the civil: service window of any within the continent that the done now, but repeating his promise For him comes swift dishonor, and

be allowed to stop there. There nuals will be humdingers and I first or second-class post office Aussies were far from pleased with of dominion status for India "after death Just as swift, at his own hand.

MAE PARKER are certain changes that must be can hardly wait to get my copy. the amount of preparedness, they the war." Such I. the code of the Samurai.

Ire look down the Hit of made and anyone who has the Only three annuals in the historyof Garland Godwin had.The So far this problem was the most When General Homma met General -
Interest of the county the school B. H. S.. and the 1942 edition signal for the beginning of the trying one facing the British. In MacArthur he met more than a
I whose lives h a v e noticed and the young people at heart will be one of them. Makes Good Record "curtaln-ral forh..,attempted Burma they had found what they superior general aad superior fighting I

into, we see the namerl will not rest until these I invasion of Australia had closely followed were up against with the Burmese men b* met the end of the road.
| who Is always willing; made. We appeal changesare to We have a new English III and As a reward for superior acade- the shutdown of communications revolutionaries Joining the Jape and At the time Yamashita was organizing I

| with anything that needs. and we want HELP NOW. Please you! English IV teacher. Only thing, mic work and excellent deport- with ,Java, and came: at the many of the others turning frankly his forces for the purposeof '
the .
Maybe youve guessed it, Don't neglect us! by thoughtlew- Literature boys can't get their minds on ment the past six weeks Garland same time news was received that against all white men. wiping out MacArthur and thus :
[be sure we will tell you neBS on your part. Everyone suf- English. Godwin son of Mr. and Mrs. J. some 3.000 Australian troops badly The British defenders of Burma, wiping away his predecessor's dishonor

rker. fers In the end if some interest Jewell and Jacqueline were in G. Godwin of Ralford has been needed at home were still lightinga cut off by these tactics, had been (or of encountering some of l r''

as born at Orlando Flor- in progress is not shown. Jacksonville Thursday afternoon awarded a "merit car d" at hopeless fight on the island of forced to retreat more and more his own) there was a hug demand I It

tember 21, 1922 After buying household goods. Jacq Emory at Oxford, it was an- Java. and finally In a daring maneuver I
a few years of her life says that Jewell Is a good ad- nounced by Dean George S. The spearhead of the projected had struck northward and had -ern

|she moved to Pensacola Do You Know That? I viser! That tells me something.Is Roach. Invasion was apparently to be basedon smashed their way close: to their

[be lived six years and The Seniors Texas as dry cut reputed? Merited students are granted the island of New Guinea, just to Chinese allies, and began a "side
pere to' Starke where she sandwiches are going to sell Margie Mathews can tell you additional privileges as long as the north of the continent and immediately by lids" fight with them !In Central '
at ? '
( BHS In the eighth graderith recess Just ask her. By the way, this they maintain their high scholastic threatening it as the Burma. j'
The ,V" for vlctory7h; >Air'' t
styles 4
all eople;' Mae has all the same topic was freely discussed standing and good behavior. shortest aUlino night from the East What Britain feared more than

fen and dislikes. Her likesks go7Marjorle in class the other day. Coclncl- Godwin was one of 28 students Indies. anything was a frank amt open uprising ,
| travel pink roses and Rosier is absent! every dence the new teacher is from receiving; the honor this period. The Saps had landed large forces of all of India's 3SO.OOO.OUO

for her favorite, colors Monday morning? Texas too Understand that Mrs. Outstanding In all student activities at Salamaua Lae and at Finscha- people and to this the best Churchill 4ax f

bores blue and red. Her Most people should brush I l1&elrI I Lansing Is going to Texas to be Godwin was recently electeda yen, and had been busily engaged In could do had been to re-ofTer what

are moustaches (won- teeth three times a day? I with her husband. I hope she has member of the Letterman'a consolidating these positions as had been offered back in August

fl) and anything that IBIs Jerry Silcox should drink coffee a pleasant trip. Club highest athletic honor that bases of supplies. 1940. and which apparently, had accomplished '
without caffein she lr 4
so could
get can come to an Emory student. This was enough to set at rest any nothing rt
to school at least once a week ?
greatest ambition Is to Joe Andrews has devoted a distinct Junior "B" ClubIs doubts Australians might have had But this time he went a little fur-
\ new school building com- Tags Speak 'Louder that India and not they were goingto ther. Ue! told the Indians that the
dislike for M
In operation. I hope one certain OrganizedThere be next on the Jap time table. government had adopted a definite IV l tn
thing? O. K. Joe what Is it? Than WordsThe
fand greatest ambition ful- Not only that but the Japanese, with plan as to how the dominion status "
( Margie M. likes dog races? are two divisions of the Inclusion' of Court streetin brutal frankness had broadcast that would be carried out, and that he

oo.has not decided as to Elise Green is a very change- "B" Club now; The Senior "B" the city's one-hour parkingzone Australia was going to suffer the was sending his own right-hand r

|ne of work she would like able person? Club composed of members from was evidenced with action same fate as had the Dutch East man. Sir Stafford/ Crlppi personally

life but we hope she sue- Garnlta is very popular? the ninth through the twelfth rather than words Tuesday morn- Indies. to India to explain It all to them.

On anything she begins. Enos Hayes makes a swell! grade; and the Junior "n" Club, Ing.Four How much American aid and re India's
religious and
caste problems
salesman? composed of members from the automobiles parked along inforcement already was In Australia ,
Shirley was late for school seventh and eighth grades. the thoroughfare which parallels was dubious and a closely: guarded whether were, admittedly, severe and '

[nth Grade News7D Monday? We wonder why? The Junior "B" Club held Its the courthouse square on the east, military secret If we were weak Into India Crlpps and could dig his hand LIKUT. OKN. MASAIMRU HOMMV'

The Juniors are Just filthy first meeting Thursday March S, were marked with bright red the military leaders naturally didn't ain's little white come rabbit out with Brit- Death |A* Samurai tradition

with money? It took work I and with Miss Faye Peterson one tickets notifying their owners want the Japs to know how weak be seen. remained to sweeping the country for some definite ;

ran another race with 7-Pence I though. of the seventh grade teachers, that they were subjected to action and if we were strong enough to de He was a miracle man In Russia answer as to why substantialaid

test. We had 20 per- Velma writes swell biographies? calling the meeting to order, of the city courts. them, when and If they should and a miracle man before Commons. could rot be sent to the Philippine

ores and the lowest grade elected the. following officers for land, these same leaders didn't want Could he perform a third in this *. ?

1. Our scores were a little Eighth Grade News the remainder of the year: Docket Looks Dull to warn them off. war? Britain hoped so. Accompanying this was some fairly .;
than those of 7-p. President-Bobby Turner. The only stories concerning the aharperlUcfam of the adminis-

;rle Holland' stayed withnt The eighth grade science class VIce-Presldent Wllla Jean Unless crime steps up Inten- amount of aid had come from Mc- TAXES : tration and Its conduct of the war.

who lives In Live Oak. Is studying First-Aid. We are Malone. sively In the next five weeks Daniel who had written that the { But In the main the response of the

Mid "I had a grand time finding it a ve r y interesting Secretary-Betty Turner. there will be no cases of import town of Perth was so full of American Millions Pay public to the "Send Aid to MacAr-

ended with a fox hunt. study. We are practicing band- Treasurer-Marian Brown. when the spring term of circuit troops that it looked like an Millions of Americans, many of thur" campaign was' rather a tributeto

Wilt and Elverie Hollandw aging and are having fun as well Reporter-Eunice Griffla court begins here on the fourth American city and from British Cor... them making: their first trip to Uncle: a hero than any suggestion a* to

members of the band. as learning something! new. In Monday In April. respondent Harr whose dispatchhad Sam's tax windows had mad their how the Job might possibly b* don.

are being Initiated and English we are struggling with Cowboy Joe At present two cases are on the caused an immediate tempest Income tax returns for 1042 but onlya Tbe President had told his press

urely look funny some pronouns and I do mean strug- docket which were passed over which hadn't gone anywhere at all. percentage: of them were able to conference: +

88. gling. By Dorothy Griff from 'a previous term of court. Harr it was who apparently writ- pay the full amount. "You tell me how to get the help

Joyce Moore, reporter, We find the noise of the work- Listen, my ftlenda and Both of them are of minor Im Ing: from the midst of an American At the lame time they were aware I there and m send It."

ers on the new school building I'll tell you a tale portance. One lava charge of as- convoy bound to Australia had said that 1943 taxes would be much high To this poser the answer had not

7-LbagckdIn very disturbing but we try to About a certain cowpuncherIn sault with intent to murder and that the "sea was covered with'ships" er, and there were thousands who ;yet corn.

be patient because we are so glad this city Jail. the other Is a charge of breakingand and that "hundreds of Amer hod a different picture of their family -I MOVING DAY

are that after we are getting a new building. entering. ica's best fighting pilots" were budgets after making their returns -. :

s is school What would happen If? His spurs are all battered, e aboard. than they did before.In For Aliens
absent so long. His In America also was sending men the meantime, in Washington,
? clothes are
Selma's black eye disappeared rags; Red Cross Knitting Pacific: coast residents were told
are also glad we have a Bernice and Willa Jean couldn't I tell you my people "from the plains states" he added though some government authoritieswere that the hug machinery
wit sharpener for we need- but gave no hint of their status, against the'sales tax necessaryfor
whisper? He Just sits and brags. Mrs C. A. Knight superintendent as putting moving about 100,000 aliens
badly. it Is whether Infantry or air force or'' the burden the enemy -
rumored that Opal Morrell, reporter. of production for the Red on weak began seri and American citizens of Japanese
lara appreciate ,it too. Why he rode Into town Cross;boa requested that "those tanks ous conslderaUon of some form of extraction out of the coastal
e were quite a few fromo 10 a mythical dream. who are interested In knitting for It was from Australian leaders sales tax as being'probably less
area was finally
Joined! the "B" Club last "B" Club Meeting But in the saloonHe the Red Cross please meet Mrs. themselves that the hint came that painful and more lure of Urge work of'I complete.The the
moving them
ay. raised a terrific scene. V. E.., Howard at the American the continent was ill-prepared. On. returns than increased income .
government had said
might start
March 12, the "B"
yn Grlffi Ok Gay Drlskell. Thursday Hall morning. said: levies.
Club met with the band playingan He's happy today for he's riding March Legion 24, from 9 to 12 o'clockto "It Is the plan of the Japanese to The hous ways and means committee any day. .
Where they would be there
7-P old-time number,' "She'll Be away had seat .
the mater attack us before we can get prepared taken the bit betweenits
The Mountain." From that dirty old Jail where he receive necesaary had been UUle hint, but two sections
Coming Around and before we can receive teeth in demanding that treasury
are Very glad to know our Vice-president Joe Andrews pre- slept, ials. reinforcements." officials furnish them with data on bad been mentioned, one of

building was started lastLeonard's sided since the president Patsy Four nights he spent there with Secrecy had muddled the picturefor 'the probable yield of some> form of them; la Idaho and another In Colo-

Roberts was absent. no worry or care Methodist Church Americans, but certain It was sales taxSecretary rado.
room is leading Secretary Margie Mathews, But to get to his home on the that In going after Australia the Mergenthau. ) had taken It was to be a huge task but
phy. -Mum i I| Services at the Church next with the war going as It had been ha .
Peterson's is I i I gave a report of the last 'meet range. Japs were really biting off a chunk the position that a sales tax wouldbe .
and Mrs., Demorest's Sunday will be as follows: the Pacific whit residents of the
faDemorelt' which would take a bit of chewing: not only Inequitable putting theheaviest
ing.The He's riding the range with no Church School, 10 A, M. Pacific react would breathe more
announced burden the
vice-president for they'd find no fifth-column there on poor, but thatit
mind to change Morning ,Worship 11:00: o'clock. easily whew they had gone.
room is leading the dance that was .held Friday waiting to be taken over.MISCELLANY would be Inflationary,
ence. Mlas For his' Bar-H. work.. his practice. "Thoughts Transformed Through
Peterson's is votedon
night. After that, the club Meditation." The great question In Washington RUMORS: -
Mabyl Leach the amendment stating that But with 'many deep sighs, he Touth-Fellowship Meeting 7 P. among certain congressmen was As the war fronts were extended,
the "
offIcers should be elected at t : : I "who is now poor? pointing out that
says when he dies M. so the rumor factories kept turning;
end of seven months. The motion the Income tax was already taking
Grade ,"Just throw my 'old hide la thecactus. Evening Worship 8 o'clock.: out bigger and bigger stories.
majority all that most felt
Newsare was carried by a people they could
Service held at the
The Song Widely circulated In the United
Washington: Donald Nelson said pay. and the tales tax would though
happy to have John vote.The meeting was turned over beginning of the evening Worship be was frankly delighted with the increasing the cost of living, "come States bad been two of them first i
from Louisiana committee.The New AssignmentCapt. Program under the leadership of way some factories were changingover easier." that Churchill would be cut and
d ua. to the program : H., A. Carlton have proved to be Cripp te as premier in three
Wlliums. William Ager- Girl's Glee Club sang to war work citing particular Strong support had come far these
d Marjorie Agerton have "Love's Old Sweet Song."' Owen W. Griffin has'Just ',very helpful and are always main a linoleum plant now making Congressmen! from William J. Schlef- months; the other tnatGermany was
received his assignment as assistant features of the evening service about to seek peace with Russia.
We mlas them Mrs. Wainwright gave a talk guns.Albaquergne felin Jr. bead of the New York Stat
very :, .The Sermon Subject for the Moot observer agreed that
adjutant and personal consultant any
"Parliamentary Law" or N. M.s A call went Chamber of Commerce, who suggested -
about with the 31st Division ,evening service will be: "Limiting thing was possible in this topsyturvyworld
Ruby Meeting Cor- out for 200 women to a victory a graduated retail sales tax
LUley. teacher. "How to Conduct a Wit Our Unbeliefs." but tn* tw* rumors had beea f
Headquarters. This fas a place of garden. They will accept one male to raise about $ and onlya
BOY PATERA: 1.3 rectly." read ua some great responsibility and Capt. Prayer Services at the Church Volunteer He must do the plowing billion more to be brought with greeted la Zngland with smiles aad
x 11. Miss Sparkman disdaia.MARCIl .
I lit M Griffin's friends will be pleased each Wednesday 8 P, M. and planting. Increased: income taxes i
at Dances.
per bo-BBAD- I "Etiquette
rules on
COUNTY l to hear of his new assignment. t Visitors welcome at all services.
TELEGRAPH. The bell broke up the meeting.

tr t ;



= Oyster Supper In Stage Show a very neat Job! Hear severalof tube blew out, knOCkb

I} ; s SOCIETY and CLUBS the fairer sex attended dance' rim against )t I
For Mr. ,and Mrs. WellsMr. At Park Theatre Soon the conclttt
at Lee Field other night and all 1 the garage whIch

s'lrtt and Mrs. M C. Wells, of report a delovely time .,,. .. George hit hi mon the bo.

k'' : ', Carl Brown Honored Miss Peek Elected Miss Marjorie Stamp Jacksonville, were entertainedwith ', Manassa writes home from Missouri head

Anniversary Junior Club PresidentThe Weds Wm. II. ThompsonIn an oyster supper Thursday that he's bunkln in'the IV Till'' COt'RT
On Birthday Ay Oil'
t evening of last week by Mrs. with'a Jill' ". I
Church same bar r a c k s I coupla fNAnltttlb
g CeremonyMiss FLOB1Dt, f
4-' 1'' Mltis Hazel Brown entertained Junior Woman's Club met Wells' sister, Mrs. Shellle A. Hall, movie stars Jeffry Lynn an' In re: Estate 1'\1'of PIIOIIA"I..

A1, at her home, near Hampton Saturday Wednesday night of last week in Marjorie Eleanor Stump, and Mrs. Tillman Hutto. The Burgess Meredith '. Wonder Luther l>..c..a..ed Powell.
night with a birthday party the club building and in the absence daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred tables were des ated with azaleas if those boys.manage to maintain TO.All Crd| ortl

given In honor of her brother of the president the meeting and potted ferns' which made their glamour while pilln' out for ':.%: c&r-: p"w...
erick Field became the
Stump more'attractive.Patriotic .
y t Carl Brown, who was celebrating was presided over by Miss Frances the room r reveille at six o'clock In the

j ,gip' Ills birthday anniversary. bride of William Henry Thompson, plait were given as mornin' WanDa bet? n.vnV.nd'ffqhIll.. .f 7y.J
decorated Peek.The following officers were Jr.. son of Mr. and Mrs. William favors and at the bride'a plate either oVVsSW

7 ?t The dining room and white was narcissi, elected for the coming year: Henry Thompson of Waukeena were found a lovely pair of vases, r.--: tx.i &kt'S l G. .I
with yellow President, :Miss Frances) Peek; Sunday at high noon at the First which now, completes the !set of Lovely ladle from t b eState p.
1I" and creen and pink candles were church. The China to the!' Farm bostessln at Sattiday nlte-'s County Judge Brf"fl?! ,
1 beside vice-president, Mrs. J. R. Wainwright Presbyterian ceremony presented her. by Florida a this offir0il'l':
r burning on thathble'cake which was a ; secretary Miss. Marguerite was performed by the pastor Blving .pell families of 'Jackson e dance in the .USO r Eve Godwin houBe-of the ...al"c T''In *1

huge birthday, and Deyorio; and treasurer, Mrs. the Rev. Chas H. Allen, in ville. '_ Eva Shepherd' Ruth Hershf )Flotlda'l from within .tarts t
pfitit.. the
W green
decorated Guy Sale. the presence of t h e' immediatefamilies Those who enjoyed the. supper' field Mildred R I.t c Florence pubUc..tlOI of this time or U.

white. A dance was planned for the and a few friends. with the honored guests were.the North, Mabel Strln fellow; a a' claim InR' and or,demand. Hhall ftotlC\be
Many gemeswerenJoyed and Mrs. p. D. Fanehsr v>, Nothln' r.,1den"._ slate th/, k
d: night of March 27, and the following The church was effectively dec bridegrooms brother and eister- Sod poet
prizes were ,awarded the following committees were appointeu. orated with white gladioli; white in-law.'Tkfr.'and Mrs. J. H. Well, like a few new faces to pep thing at to.the by clatigant aid Drib
S the
u ;; guest.'ruc: ; A White. Door.COM nvi t tee:. Mlm Abby, carnations and tall white tapers of. Jacksonville; .Mr. and Mra. f sn r ,I up Big plans beln1 made for agent. or attorney Clamant gtll''.
y// Junior Kalch j Iretta, Qra/uwn and Tillman Hutto Pfc CharlesW. the USD's Spring Frolic this Sat i d'ntand. ., RId
*-;)'*:5* -. Harley;; Invitation Miss Delia Ron-" in candelabra;; Awhile'1 JMJIUS/-were ; and' L be old Dot to I IJioi
l Betty DurUJI,;: enberg;; C 0 c -Cola. -Mrs .Fred used to .advantage 'A program' .. ).flct.r./.s.chJ1n: / 'and Pfc. ..JamesM. jw tiday night-first day''of' Spring, 0 -- .John

Qeliclou- refreshments.of cake, Guy; decorations Miss Faye of nuptial music .was. played, by Hood of Camp handing! you know An', by the way--! t. r'=LUlher H.0.Powell, po..eu 11II
'lit and candy were served and : Mrs. P. S.: of Savannah waiun see a broadcast? Well A. executors of the
punch Peterson; orchestra Mr e J. R. Mrs. L. A. Canova, and the com- Hutto, y > Laet 11
tuen all the guests went to the Wainwrlght. ing of the bride waa heralded by Ga., was the guest Monday of Mr. you can if you come to the usa e..ed.. Co. pb

F 4 t Hsi l-night show at the.stk ;.The. During the social half-hour, the the Bridal Processional from Ix>- ,.and Mra. L. S. Hutto. Hd Sunday" afternoon: BEFORE 2:30: "Fir.tyllblicatlon- !, S-2j, |Di tt

I I atre. hostesses served ice cream cake hengren. As" recessional, the G. W. Smith, of Columbia, S. The regular, Blending hour 1'11.Icertaipc

P Among those helping him to land hot'chocolate. Wedding March from Mendelssohn -> C., was the guest Wednesday of will be broadcast .from there instead

,J"'I ./ t \. celebrate the occasslon were: was Dlaved. Mrs. Shellle Half. of'VRUF. .studios ...,, ,< :But :

I i Birthday Dinner Party The bride was given in marriage I --- don't try to get In after 2:30: .

j Jacksonvine;((; For Wanda Pearce by her father, and her maid Otis Nelson Honor Guest Program can't be'interrupted: I. ,_
:) (. ; of honor her''' 190w-a. .
1 f was sister, MM At Fish SupperIn 1J t
(' Dyal),' Virginia! DYR' Betty Lynn I Evelyn Stump; bride's maid slater
Mr?. L., W. Kemper and Mrs.
.Bet y.DurUD&'i1 Ethel" Durllng, Blanding Imagine the grief of little
Miss Lillian Stump; and juniorbrlde's Mary
Harry Houston entertained at the Pictured above Is one of the
: '! Satterfield when the adorable i
Barbars home of the former Tuesday maid, Betty Ann Flynn. Otis Nelson, assistant superintendent attractive members of the "Rain
:(:t.: evening with a dinner party hon I Mr. Thompson had as his best of Construction on the bow Ranch Girls" stage revue hree-months-old wirehaired .Fox % ;
h t\\I\ 'I. othy man, Henry A. Mallory of Monti- Terrier she got las' week as a
l 4. orinfr Miss Wanda Pearce, who Blanding Center project.wae hon which will be seen at the Park
and '
Leila Brown. Claudia Brown, ,
1\ cello ushers, Robert D. gift from her dotln' Daddy.tooksick :
t i '' celebrated her fourteenth birthay"annfveraary'at Striplingand or guest at a fish fry given Monday Theatre at the 11:30: midnight I w:1
; Elotse Pickren of.Hamp on.l Chester H. Hamilton an' died Wednesday beforeit
.i ; this time. of shows March 21 and March 28.
who have on
l t.' '1\ Sgt. William Aehcraa.cltt Corp. Gainesville.The employes reached the vet in G'ville .
it i Place cards were In an Easter been engaged In building the huge The Ranch Girls will also-appear i
Frank Witzel, Pvt. Odis Lowman, I More Spring i Sprucln:. EdnaHart's _
design, the color scheme bride looked lovelier "
; being never new "city within .a clt) .on east at the Park on Tuesday, March *
and'Pvt.' White of Camp"Blandine. gaily felt hat an'
11r 1 and than in her green
pink green. wedding costume' of Call street. 24. at the 3:30 and 8:30: shows,
i f 1 Messrs R. L. Brown, Raymond Several games of bingo were tan colored figured silk, green beige coat ;-t.. Li"Naswbrthy's:
I'.J't t Slade, W. ,A. Saxon, :James Fish were fried over charcoal. honey-yellow coat an' chapeau
.I enjoyed, with Marian Brown win straw hat black patent leather .
I ./ Pickren Junior Kalch, Thomas ning high prize and Frances Col- shoes and bag, and her corsage pots on 'the patio of the center Confessed Slayer' : ", Carolyn Keen's' yellow' bow q

h Wadsworth, Onard Parker David ley, low. was of white gardenias. Miss and dancing wits enjoyed after Gets .18 MonthsCircuit hat. All vel""' fetchin' ?
I' r" f. andi Holland Brown.' : ward. Mr. Nelson made a welcoming Surprise Item: At least four
\ipthers'enjoying this event with Evelyn Stump, maid of honor
I '
\ l
Z : 1 J speech, and expressed
t IHe'l'r : blue places along Innocent-oo II\ Call
i Spring1Fr'olic hozareetveye' Betty, Hayes wora.a crepe dress featuring Judge A. Z. Adkins In,
;. .' i U. B. O. Betty Turner and'Merry Beth a bluewool 'Jerseyjacketa'btuei given him,by for-the the' men.cooperation'' special session of Circuit Courtat st.,were peddlln firewater (andI And We Also Save T

cv Knight. straw ,hat.' and< her flowers ;' don't mean 3.2 beer'before'therecent ), ,
g' At 8 P. M. Saturday, jMarch 21 > pink carnations Miss Lillian were :;-EnJoytng,. the party with Mr. Lake Butler Tuesday: sentenced shut-down .,. '. Money By Giving (
9Pf, 4 -the first day' of spring the Wayne 1 '11 \ Richmond Alexander Stump, bride's maid, wore a spectator Nelson were hia'wife, his father, Hazel Harris Abel to serve 18 .Leather and Quick f

U8O (YMCA) and the JWB sports dress of pink, and and the following guests and months at the State prison o"D 4 Hear the -Darden 'Damsels are vice.
"R! l (USO), will sponsor a spring hosts:' Jack Marvin Gene Connell, gettln' a bad of coffee .1*
CaptJ and Mrs!' Hal B. Alex her flowers were pink carnations. manslaughter 'charge. case nerves
dan&e at 'the Starke Joe Arnold Henry Manaaaa, Geo.
r Armory. ander announce the birth of a 1 Betty Ann Flynn, junior brides This sentence was In connection since "Aunt HI" Wainwright came
W. Mann,, Tom Kannars Harold
g Girls are needed, Miss" Margaret son, Wayne Richmond maid wore a to visit her s later, "Granma"Geiger
e on March figured silk frock with the killing of William
Brskine. social sec retary, 'announced McCullars J. L. Russell, D. C. AD Werk Guuud |
13, in' Columbia |Hospital, .Washington and carried a nosegay of Plccadily Roberts near Lake Butler several Aunt LJ1 I.
White, Mr. and Mrs. E. B.
'Wednesday ,afternoon> Sapp, quite fortuneteller *
,' 'D. C. 'Mrs. gladioli blossoms a an the gals
:weeks ,when a party of three
Mr. and Mrs. Harris
Leroy T. A. Electric
4 :i wtil be remembered as MIN Mar- Mrs. Stump, mother of the Gnann Mr. women and four men,' mostly have been conaumln' caffeine by
Baptist and Mra. W.' J, Igou, 0 the
W. M. S. Notice tile quart in order to have her'
Hemingway. bride blue from Alabama, had in
wore a navy dress i of Mr. and Mrs. Quitman Wilson, a row a
i-i read the grounds. in their
crepe, made redingote style -and roadhouse. cups
a t TIle regular monthly business Girls' USO Organization her corsage was of gladioli. Mra. Mip Marguerite; Sexton George: Roberts was an ex-convict, Understand she described BUS SCHEDtu
t meeting of the Baptist Wj M. S., Hammock, Harry Bardua, Joe Waver Davis' heart throb to 'a :v...........
s Thompson, mother of the bridegroom Hughes Donald Douglas, :Mrs. Judge Adklns stated Wednesday, Leave Stark' ...... III'.
will-be: held in the Church "T" Well
_ annex All girls Interested in well Guess I'll -
joining: wore a navy blue auic Jean Sargent, Mr. and Mrs. John having nerved time in Alabama. Leave Starke ... ..... /II1
on Monday afternoon'at 3 o'clock. the .Girls. Service Organization go on a Java Jive an' get Aunt Leave Htarke tai|
; dress and her flowers -
r a'' I ; All nembera are urged to DCprettnt. will meet' Friday March %7, at ; were yellow Hall Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Barton, LJ1 to Co some de crlbln' for 'me issue Starke ..-.. .. 1 tli!l

a 5:30: P. M.. at the USO (YMCA). jonquils.Mrs. Mr. and Mrs M. K. Barton O. field and daughter Mary Carolyn, If she'll Jus' describe the Leave Leave Stark Starke ..-.. ....Jill 1111 I
)' j Thompson was graduated W. ..Hightower:*>C. R. Deshong Paul Bishop, Blue Braddock, C. place where' I can t.eave Stark -._..,.-- tai
r I from the Bradford County high Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Kirkland and E. McMillan, and Miss Julia i i that's all I FIND one, .Lavt Htarke .?...? 10 III!/ !P
care about Leave : ___ lilt I Iid
school and the Florida State College son Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Satter- Alvarez. says StarkeSoatkbo.
!I for Women at Tallahassee, your (no Spring Chicken) I.Leave Stark .-- ..INI
A four-leaf clover -Carolyn. ,Lav* Stark ..-. 10 ill
where she was active in musical Leave Stark .., ..-.. Sill I
4i circles, and was a member of theZ. f..ave Starke --. t I'! P
t for l luck. Red Alvarez HomeRed Leave Starke ... eo.il,
l Accident Insurance T. A., a social: sorority. For Ii Leave:: Starke -- 1.1PEastb.at 1
Carolyn -- ---
: the past two years she has been ; ,
: policy for protection.I public 'school music' teacher at C.alIstreet ; Alvarez was'brought: home :Leave' I'Itarker-' .. IIU
from .. .. Cili
_ the Alachua County'\ Hospital i:LeaveLeave' Starke ;-
I Montlcello. : txf I
i, Y Starke ------
El, Johns Gainesville
; Charley was" Thursday' of j Leave Starke'--____ TOil
Mr. Thompson :
graduated last week. ''. WeitboStnrke .ixl
Agency from the Monticello high school Gasp .. .Gasp ,, Gasp package of Bugler tobacco' this Mr. Alvarez Leave ; ... till
sustained Severeuid
't Starke FI rld.' and attended the University of Yes, folks'I'm still pantln' from week His first pipe smokingIn painful Leave Stark Tallahaii. SpeclillHIM:I,
Florida, in Gainesville. He hasbeen that breathlessly thrillin' MarjorieSlumpBill. about thehead j Leave[ Mtnrke .. .111! [
85 yearn What's the young : three weeks ago while' repairing 1 rAav.F Stark alit! '
stationed at Maxwell Field -Thompson merger las'Sunday er generation comin to! a 'II -- ll'ltl P
spare The
Representing THE TRAVELERS. HertfordNOW Ala., where he waa an aviation Events started pop- Spec IIU
} a Looks like Harry Houston will be
I cadet. Last week he was transferred pin' with sister Evelyn pullin' a minus two I I

to California, but was Paul Revere, dasbln around town super-service men
when W. C. Rhoden an'
granted a few days leave of absence late Sattlday night spreadin' the Sidney SAFE
Grlffls are armylzed on March FAST! COMFORTABLE!
OPEN which was spent on a short glad tidings ,J' ../ Seems that 23rd Hear Harry Goldman
honeymoon Marj had jus' from
'Cl trip. The last of this telephoned
picked winner In the
,r a sixth at

ylr I A & A Luncheonette week California.he will leave by plane for Monticello transferred that to Bill California waa beln'an'they'd .Miami. Glimpsed tothe.r day Maurice. Congrats Edwarddashin' AND ECONOMICAL!

decided to hasten the hitch-
Following the
At' The Park Theatre mony. Mr. and Mrs.marriage Stump cere entertained in' PO 'twould take place Sunday trip to Tampa off on an'another St. Pete week-end wherehe's RIDE THE BUSSES

$ I1 the right after church So at 12
wedding party and plckin up. smart tips on the '

TRY OUR TASTY PIES AND the out breakfast of town, at guests their at home a wedding o'clock Baptist) sharp dashed the out Methodist of their pews and housing problem Add coincltiencer Courteous, Correct Information
on : Donald
SANDWICHES North Walnut Street.'Out of town and remained the Presbyterians seated jus' quietly I own), an' Donald Douglas Douglas (Call(our Given You At .

guetito were: Mr. and Mrs.
W. H. fornia aircraft
..... mogul) were bornIn
11 NO BEER OR WINE SERVEDSTARKE Thompson, Miss Isabel Thompson, -. the same hour of the same day UNION BUS STATION

Phi. Thompson, Mr. and Mrs Marj didn't arrive In Starke till No relation, however .
t ed Henry A. Mallory, Mrs. Wallace eleven ayem so the weddin' party -

McLeod all of Montlcello; Mr. was rusbln' too No time for Almost forgot Tuesday was St.

and Mrs. Robert D. Stripling and rehearsal or anything Really Patrick's Day till I spied Mae

Chester H. Hamilton of Gaines I don't see how they did Ill! ; Siason aportln' a bright'green

i ;; ville. Bill's smile as Marj came down bow .- She hails from the '

the aisle on her Dad's arm was I I Emerald Isle you know See< '

Business-Program Meeting sumpln good to see An' who 1 she made Barney wear one, too! M'ODERNITRAILER

Methodist W. S. C. S. could blame him?-for she certainly I. Glad to hear Eolln Smith Is

_ : looked adorable in her mustard back home after partln' company:

Circle Three of the Woman's an' green printed silk suit with her appendix In aJax, hoep.

d& Society of Christian Service was an' green straw hat . Reports persist that. Marian PARKHOT

{ FLA in charge of the program Mon Connell hast written several songs

tiHy. day afternoon when the society Course, brln aorta Impromptu, that are very easy on the ears

t met at the Methodist church and the wedding had its lighter Incidents 'Sbeen'her hobby for years,

t Sun, Mon.,-Mar. 22 23 held a program and business also! Some of the an' don't be surprised if you hear SHOWERS
meeting. guests were seated on children's one of her tunes on the air' some I I

"Obliging Young Lady" Mrs. E. L. Williams, chairman chairs in the rear of the crowded day soon! My Jax operator AT ALL TIMES
1 Joan Carroll. Edmond Ruth Warrlck church-hence Ellery Davis' sotto wires! that nome
$ p.'Brien\ of the circle was In charge of the ;: Noege la now
Also Comedy and News devotional service and her voce remark: "Powell, do ya the smile behind the cash register

was: "Jesus, the Healer"subject Mrs. think you'll be able to get up at Lane's big Main Sc Forsyth Five Miles East of Starke On State High

Tuesday March 24"JVhars D. P. Carpenter presented when Its over?" The pianist, druggery How these Brad.
p an In. after a long period of beautiful rosettes I do get No '48. Two Gate
Cooking"With teresting program her subject beIng : along In the way ;; Miles From'Main;
music .
w "Customs In while waitln for the main world! .
The Andrews Slaters Sc Gloria: Jean British India '
ALSO ON THE: She used pictorial charts to illustrate event suddenly interrupted the of Camp Blanding
her lecture and told of work "Indian Love Call" with "Here Sorry I missed aeeln Harold Mc- f',

Rainbow Ranch Girls being done in 256 mission hos Comer! the Bride" But 'twaan't Cullers clearin away the table ,

6 r AT 2:30: AND,18:30) P.,M: pitals'In India. .the bride at all-jus' come of the with the aid of 'a wheel barrowat

The family beln' ushered in So Blanding Center' 'fish fry
Wed., Thura. March:25.:: 26 U-t DoUBLE FEATURE business session was presided the Love Call was resumed an' the Monday night Must have been
over by the president Mrs. nex' time : RATES '
everything was> perfect '
No. "Swamp Water"With E. K. Perryman, and Mrs William an' the bride 4_ ., : .
came in on jus' the .. : '
Brennan A Walter Huston Blair transacted her duties
right notes! '
No. as secretary. Mrs. I. P. :AIR.CORPSKATEI v .. :
2 "Duke of The Navy"With Shepherd $10
Ralph Byrd and Veda secretary of Bible and mission .
Ann Borg Spotted an' Jotted: Howell Nsse .
study, announced that Per
: th Month
W.Alao News book for study la "Christian Roots worthy on. Call St., (In the first ." .

tY7 I of. Democracy in America. straw hat of the e8IJon,. Tim '>
+ Frl.. Sat-:March 27 28 -'DoUBLE FEATURE Arthur E. Holt;' and that by Jordan artistically 'trtmmin' the $230

No. 1 "Siren of the South'Seas" book for Bible study I. "Our .shrubbery. around. hla new home Per Week .
Kap Duncan
back In
4 Times -
With by Dwight
# Warren Hull & WiiUanx Bradley. It
pavldaon after ,
a light tars of chicken
N ,
was decided
a to have
No. 2'Gun'JU8tice':'' an all-day POX .
s study of the mission book at the (Mus' be goin back to

11 With Bob Steele .. Recreation Building sometime In childhood,days again) Enos .. ...

'II1 Also Cartoon and Serial April. One chapter of the Bible Hayes- (Jr.) scoutUT around for aver Operated In r
Connection With
study In to be used at each circle exclusive brand of chewin'

MIDNIGHT SHOW SAT. MARCH 28-11:30.P., : M. meeting. tobacco Wednesday afternoon .

"Marry The Bosfts DauaMer" Plans were made for furnishing) could(Couldn't be developln' the habit T U*for. eoly nf.bitraouat Undine. ..CbuUe sae wtOfl suds.( LANOLA LINKS!
you. Enos? .
With Brenda Joyc and Bruce Edward refreshments Thursday evening of ) John Godwin .Kate's trashes .Marble .Cak-.c1<
t ,
neatly done in khaki. ".. .
ON(THE! STAGE this week when Chaplain Fred up the sees .en..M" yes scud Ie
Edgar -of greetln' friends along Call b. surf ef tan tutor mat lutlnc

pa Rainbow Ranch Girls .. I group of -man Camp from Blinding his and a' Leonard Ktncnen ItVaval-Reserva) 'fcmiuMS to Kwa/axt BuUag..*...... W arld'.finest

h together regiment, dittoing .along ditto pew ..wk....lose xol bright MM.
.IIJ'I with their Band will tos<%4 ndtt. to 1m..". baking. Barbecue .
visit the society at the recreation ilea-Uncle Jeff"- A4drMi. ... ..* Baking Powdw. and. SandwichesPA.GE

r building. In a Roberta broke Boa E. Xuafonl., IaJa.... '
il: new corn? pipe and a
N t




of LOCAL .nnirford. 4SS 1-1 Dauphin Strctt TO WHOM IT MAY "O""IOR" '6
_ NEWSI Brooker BrevitiesBy I'Mobile, Alabama. This" i.r: notify. all I parties concerned
You are required to appear on I will. on the Hat dayut
tn the: above named April 1042. make application to
.rrtt ; cause, therein plaintiffKorku : to the County; Judge; of Bradford
divorce.. Bradford County, KlorUla, to sill the Undivided .
Lord had as, her Mr. and Mrs. A. K. Stevens Mrs. Beatrice Hogg of Jacksonville 1\1.... Kldow Hardy lUTun.\V PARTY Telegraph hall publish this County Order one-fifth Interest of t...> ,
Mr. and Mrs. L. who have been !In Starke for the spent the week-end wither lire L. W. entertained In neat four weekly Issues, minor;; Ofome Illrt ln and to tan '
feats and Barry Witness my hand. and official neul. fnllnwinse :described ,landa In Bradford -
f Fenton. Mich., past fifteen months left this mother, Mra. Zack Brown. SEWING CLt'BMra Saturday afternoon in honor of at Rtarke, Florldu, thin Much 17th. County Fla to-wit
'Moore, of Detroit, week for Miami where they will Mrs Zack Brown has an her K. "'. uano was hottest1 'her daughter Frances who celebrated 1041UFKIC1AL.. one-fifth undivided. interest In and 1
SRAU) A..1. Thomas to 8KU of NiV. ale'l 4 acre on
remain for a few days before de- guests Mrs. L. E. Mosley and son, Thursday afternoon when members her eleventh birthday at An Clerk ..t said Court, 8-tU 4t 4-10 I K.KNI" aids' of MWVl of NE'I1' 'all I*
Lsteln returned Wed- ciding where they will make their Richard Lawrence, of Plant City. .of the Sewing Club met at this time. Francis M. Mi Hale Jacksonville Mectktn 31, Twp. 7 H, H. :& lust.. k
Florida Atty for yifcinriir containing 44 acren, more or lena.Mairale
a JO-day trip toy home for the next few months. Mr. and Mra Charles Larsen her home for their regular semi- Lenler formerly '
Many and
where be went to Mr. Stevens baa been engaged In of Lakeland, were guests of Col. monthly meeting.The games played I" toiitrnl IlK Al1FOH19. MnirKle: : Ulrt Wllllam.guardla.: I
it prizes were won by Hinton "' '
Bobby S-20
< \ '. FLWHIIIAI i IIANc :' 4t 4-10
liar his new "Matnrlbutors" construction work at Camp Blan- and Mrs. D. E. Knight last Fri- guests gathered in the llv- and Madge Bloss, ''':R\. ,
store which 1 day. Jossph.luiseppe! ) Maniin Plnlntlff weer. -! :
ding.A. Ing room was The center of attraction was VM. loRa, tku utnbo Mvniiu" l.>efen-
W. Bates B. H.
S. Instructor t
on in the pace, red Col.! and Mra D. E. Knight with cut flowers .and plants.During Frances' large pink and white dant, Case No. ISI4OltHKH .
the Starke Dry I ;' bas received a teaching cer- : OF I'tTnUfATION ,
d by pent Thursday in Jacksonville.
the business session it cake with eleven blue candles ANn NOTICK TO, AI'i>KAU
based four
Laundry tificate on years of Louis W. Koch Is looking after was decided 't o give a.: chicken Later In the evening Mrs..Barry STATE OK1 KIJIHTUA, to: Itona ,,' ,.,:
Wednesday college training according to an business Pahuubo Manse whom residence I*. '..-f\
ills left Interests In Arcadia this the first week In April to .
assisted Mrs.
announcement from the office of supper by Eldon Hardy and rare of Mcolana-elo 1'alumbo, 8 sn ,
business .trip,, to week. Vellc Salvo, l'ro\tno of Curapnhaeiio. ," '.
y help raise funds for the community Mrs. C. C. Dees" served ambrosiaand -
Inn Colin Engllabstate superintendent Country of Italy
ma 1 Washington Mrs. 1>>. H. Manasaa ik Center. During the social birthday
of Instruction. visiting cake to the little ,You are required to appear on
-1 wlU attend to publlo her son-in-law and daughter Mr. hour Mra Gano served her guests guests. May 4th, IIU2. In ttm above named
while In Mrs A. M. Darby of Starke. Court and cause, whereln'pralntiflseeks .
puslness and Mra D. B. White, in Fer- pineapple sandwiches and tea. Frances received tllvorro. Rradford County If
Mrs., C. W. Cbalker of Camp many presents
gapyres. fort .
j e wUl buy nandina. Telesruph Khali publish thl. Order
Standing and Mra. DeWItt C. t BACCALAUREATE SERMON from her: little playmate In next four weekly I l 1101111"
_ Mr. and Mra E. L. ;Williams Wllnem my hand and official) MMI|
'left Tues- Jones of Gainesville have returned Those sharing In the fun with PHONOGRAPH
Matthews children :The Baccalaureate Sermon for 'at Htarkc Florida, thin March l th. \ f
and ,
lon. Orlando, where to their homes after spending spent the week-end class} of Brooker the young honoree were: Minnie 191$ '
for I' the graduating RECORDS
.several days Jacksonville.. with relatives In Wllllnton. Lou Hazen, Annie Crosby, Marsha 1tFlIc,14l'f: ; anAL> A.' J. Thomas
daughter :
t her Junior High School will be delivered said Court 1-20 41 410iv '
A. Z: -
Adklns. Jr., i* ,expected to Kay and Jimmy Ilnzen Shir- I.Y1'ge AtTSortlnent -
dO.t1; < 'rThe.Starke.Coca-Coa.plant} Is arrive' Sunday, March 22, at 4
JO'\VUng. Mrs. Gladys installing this week new machinery Citadel'here in Charleston-tomorrow'S.-from C..'and the o'clock by.the Rev. L. A. Shepherd ley Ann Parker Eloise Galney i CO. CIRCt'IT! NTl:, '.<.- 'J'I-::" BRADFORD IN 4.11AM Columbia:: Victor- a .

Mlsa Nettle which will Increase its ca- Chaplain of the State Prison Carolyn and Roswell Kelley ( 16RY. .. '
and will spend a week here his Okeh BlacbirdLarge '
25 It is :with Ernestine Reese, Chester James K. Pascal Plaintiff sa.
nt the week-end. In' pacity by percent. put- Barents, Judge and Mrs. A. Z. Ad- at Raiford. and Wanda Dees. Madge Blots. 1 iMfjr. Puma). Defendant Cam Nuonncn > Decea e
in machine
Mrs. Dowllng's ting a new bottling ,
J with ting. GRADUATION EXERCISES. Jackie Ann and Betty Lou Cason op PIUIMCATIOM I
James Cfedbold. a larger washing machine. Harold Bishop who* is a studentat Ann Frances ANn NOTK'M Ttl AITIOAlt Selection of I ,
Betty Long Mary
Emorv at Oxford. Cln.... arrived Graduation exercises will be STATK OF FIXMUUA to: Lucy Clatwteala ..Popular.
-"'- conducted Monday night. March: and Jack .Hazen Bobby Hinton pascal whose reeldenoa l I.; Huute
yeterday- ;; 0, Mchenertady. New York.
here will '
MATERIALS .. spendfour 23, at 8:45.: The principal address Helen" Wilbur and Jackie Barry. You are required to appear on i Mail Order Given. .
CRETE'' with his I ,
days Mr.
parents Maythe, 1911 In the above named
L. F.
will be
given by. Chapman.
and Mrs. H. A. Bishop Court: and mime, wherein plaintiff .I Prompt 'Attention. \,
I. Superintendent of the' State PINE LEVELBy seeks divorce. Bradford County '< ....
Tom Hitch who Is student at .t
DRIVEWAYS SIDEWALKS a Iel.graph shall publish thus Order
Prison at Raiford. Mr. H. M. McRa
Emory University. Atlanta. Ga., In next four weekly IneueM '.

BLOCKS, SAND, GRAVEL, is, coming home today to spend attend Everyone both Is o>.cprdlally:::these services.Invited to Rev W. E.."Hall filled his. regular I. "1919 t Witness Starke. my Florida,.dt't'and. March official IBth.10rPICIAT Heal. E. L. ,REAMS ..

ALSO READY MIXED CON the Spring holiday with his appointment at Pine Level ( !: < SAIAT.1! Thomas 319 W. University Ave.GAINBSVll -
mother Mrs. Carrie Ritch. and SOCIETY NOTES church last week-end with a large An Clark of raid I ( ou..t.aio 4t 4-10 ..LE!. FLA.
CRETE. his uncle and aunt Mr. and Mrs. H U. Wilson Jackiiunvllle, Via.
Mi, and lire::Marvin Hazen of congregation In attendance. Ally. for' I'lf '

.. -.......-. T. J. Griffin. Starke were visiting Mr. and Mra.tt. Those from this community who ......_______n 1
Friends here of H. A. Bishop M. Hazen and Mrs. J.' C., Cone attended the funeral of, L. E. ,
are glad to know that he returned In Jacksonville last ,
GIVE YOU AN ESTIMATE ON Sunday.Mr. Haltlwanger '
T US home Tuesday from St. Luke'i INSURANCE AN D BONDS .,)1
and Mrs! T. W. Markey Thursday were Mr. and Mra II. _
REPAIRS AND REMODELING Hospital and. la making a good t saC business In M. McRae. Mr. and Mrs Arthur -
were ran ting
_n' ... ..., ..... ..... recovery from his painful illness Tampa 'Wedne day. McRae Owen and Odessa McRae ,
Dr. and Mrs. S. C. Mendoza Rev. and Mrs. W. 1<:. Hall and
and son, ClIf, of Jacksonville were Mr. and Mrs. Bill Conerly and Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Halslop visited HAROLD C. WALL AGENCY
A. A. ANN1SGeneral..Contractor week-end guests of Mrs. Men- children of Wauchula and Mr. and the bedside of Raiford Alvarec

doza's parents Mr. and Mrs. T. Mrs. Fred Washington and children !and,Rufus Crosby Sunday after-

...', J. Griffin. of Tampa.were visiting Mr noon. Constant : \
I Service Over 50,Years
and Mrs. L. W ,,
Barry Sunday.
,Mrs. Morgan Richard of the Mr. and Mrs.' Warren Kelly are ..
State Farm waa a guest Tuesdayof Mr. and.Mr..C.'C..oe.s,; and the proud parents of. a ten poundgt..l. .1
''''''' '
aW..WW lUIIUI"1 Mra E. L. Matthews. were Please Phone 146 Starke
Mrs. H. 1.... Harrell in Alachua ,;
of Orlandospent'the
Miss Lillian
Stump ,L, 1... Conner of Gum Brancn
week-end here with her Sunday.Mr. .

\\loriciGi : heaths I IL parents. Mr. and Mrs. F. F and Mra. W. D. Hodges and :was. visiting H M. McRae Monday 'I't.

Stump. son, Billy of Hampton were visit- I Mian Odessa Il> 1Nf@Otaif[>i> tW
Mrs. C. S. McCornack of St : ing Mr. and Mrs. Morgan TUgh- I McRae had as

Charles m., Mrs. R. T. Bell and man Sunday.' guests Sunday Misses Doris and RITZ THEATRESaturday r

I Mrs. 1... E. Deudon of Elgin 111., Mrs. Earl Green"and daughter Haven Crosby and Mlsx Ella Mae

Sat., March 20 21-DOUBLE FEATURE are guests of Mr. and Mrs John Shirley Nell, and Mrs James Ward all of Rising.Mr. .

"MR. AND MRS. NORTH" I Uglow and Mr. and Mrs C. F, Cason and children were shopping and Mrs. H. M. McRae had '.
1 dinner March 21 DOUBLE FEATURE
l Ward. They are pleasantly remembered In Gainesville Tuesday as guests Tuesday Mr. and ,

With Gracie Allen C here as Martha, Anna Mr. and Mrs.. J. W. Thomas Mrs. A. F, Hall and children Ray "RO lNJlOOD OF TilE COS"'I'

No. 2-"TORPEDO BOAT"With and Frieda Raue former residents and son Wayne, were shopping Haltiwanger, Mrs. Gene Pelcher With Roy Roger.
In Gainesville and Mrs. J. R. Lyons all of Jacksonville -
Richard Arlen and Jean Parker I Frank of Stark C. Holllngsworth, who Mr and Mrs. >Gordon Crews "NIGHT BEFORE TilE DIVORCE" ,

LATEST 'NEWS OF THE DAY I recently purchased 1,160 fro n t were visiting relatives In Alacbua m (-IR(-'IT'' COMIX. nitAi>p.tiinrntlMTV. With Lynn Bart 1.

feet of property on the main Sunday.E. ....OKln.". I* OIAK-

MIDNIGHT SATURDAYSun. street in the defense town oDalevllle C. Long of La Belle spent CHHV.Jamxn I.>"mpy. Plaintiff, VM. Cath- Sun, Mon.' March 22, 23 1 ,

., Mon., March 22 23 Ala., has sold all but .he week-end with obis family. frtnn 1905. Dompavy Defendant. Juno No. "LADY FOR A NIGHT' 1
300 feet of the property he stat- Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Bryan and ORDER OF ninLlCATION With! Joan Blondell and John Wayne
"SONG OF THE ISLANDS"With ed this week. son, Billy Lee. and ,Mrs. Charles ANI NOTIfra TO APt'RAIt
STATE OF FI.OIUDA to: Catherine ----
L Betty ,Grable and Victor, Mature Mr.' and Mrs. H. L. Hough and Hardy Sr., of "Gainesville were Ij..rnpy, who.* residence In Tues., Wed., March 24, 25 6 :" ,,1
News of The Day and Community Sing Mrs. Thomas A. Phillips spent visiting Mr. and Mrs. Eldon, Unknown.You I, I' I t. {
are required to appear on '
t -* Tuesday In Jacksonville. Hardy Sunday. April llth, 1843 In the above named; ? 'I
iil' Mrs. M., M. Hough M: )'s. H. L. Mrs. Frank Feagle and Mrs, Court and .....u"... wherein plaintiff With Irene, Dunn and Cary Grant I
-: March 24 25 26 seeks divorce Hrudforii
Tues., Wed., Thurs County
Mrs. Roswell Noege
Hough and Gordon Crews were shopping In T..I"Il'l"aI'h| shall! publish this. Order
"SUNDOWN"th were visitors to Orlando last Fri Gainesville Tuesday.": In neat four weekly. IHHII*. "A CLOSE CALL FOR ELLERY QUEEN"With
WltneHH my hand and official peal Bill Gargan and Margaret Lindsay
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Simmons of at Starke, Florida, this March 13th.
Gene Bruce Cabot Geo. Sanders day.Mr.
[ Tierney i and Mrs. Homer Sutton Gainesville were visiting Mr and .942, -,
OKPiriAIj. S 1A I.) A..1. Thorn,
ADDED SPECIAL ATTRACTION spent the weekend visiting in Mrs. N. C. Mott Sunday An Clerk ..f sold Court. 2.20t 4-10 Thurs., FTl, ;.. March 26, 27 t.
Tampa.Pvt. Mrs. liana Wiggins of New Itulph C.: Ilomudy, Jacksonville, Fin.
"ANZACS IN ACTION"Also I John M. Godwin of the River Mrs. Rosa Pinholater and Atly, for rif.IV "ON THE SUNNY SIDE"

Technicolor Cartoon Coast Artillery wall here from little Mls9 Barbara Ann Tilgh- ('"'''1'1'''.. <.01.II.r. IIIIAIIKOIIII With Roddy McDowall

,! Norfolk, Virginia this week on man were shopping In Gainesville <('' ,, ,, rlIY.Ruby
'.'"''''"11I111II"IIIIIIIIIllIIllntllOlOll'"III"IIIIIIIIII'"II''UII, '' "" '" "".LIlAAnA1WAlIAIINU.InA.IWIILIAeIAs '
an emergency furlough becauseof Monday.Mrs. (;race l.an.fo.I."ntllf., VMHoy ,
the death of his. grandmother C. L. Atkinson and daugh- No. 1920.F Lrfingford, Defendant.. Cane Also' -

Mr Annie Chapman Talley lie ters, Joyce and Rene were visit ,. onnicri r>v ptinuifATiow I "TEXAS RANGERS HIDE AGAIN"
NAT SEZ: returned to his station by plane ing in Starke Tuesday. 8TATH ANI NOTK'W OF TO At'l'tiAK
FIXMtlUA to: Roy F Ot1if11miAtOtJIIQID O101OBO3t0SbtDtCd80tOmQltDtQOllltQi6tDDlIDtQtO/Qt6iQCJt( miRIi111i1CS(
A columnist who signs his name
1'ry Mra. I* H. Jennings was the
Ward Morehoutie and gets paid
guedt of.Mra. Greere McGrlff in
a I by the New York Son for writing Jacksonville Tuesday night.

/( his stuff dropped In to look our Mrs. AlvIn Brownlee of Brown
l town over the other day. lie had wood Texas Is here visiting her GET YOUR WHEEL ALIGNMENT

a little chat with a taxi driver, husband who Is stationed at Camp
strutted up and down the street
Bland ing.
for a few minutes, then went backto Moultrle
Dan Hazen or Camp
the hotel and wrote on up. And Ga., and Clifford Hazen of Fort CHECKED

what a write op! U a guy with Bennlng Ga., spent last week-end '. ,. :
so little intelligence can bold with relatives here.

down a Job with a New York Mra L. A. Rennolds of Starke

newspaper, what am I doing here entertained Mrs. R. T. Bell Mrs

C.' S. McCornack and Mrs. L. E. ABSOLUTELY '. ':
wVlflt- Deudon in Jacksonville Thursday. 'r

D. W. McClellan P. M. Bare- '
foot and Sgt. Charles Shafer attended Teed\ :.0'
the regular meeting of the '

Raiford Masonic. Lodge Tuesday

night. FREE .. ,
Mrs. P. M. Barefoot spent Wed- t

nesday shopping in Jacksonville

Mrs. A. F. Sauls and Mra. Sam .

In Shoes Anderson spent,Thursday In Jacksonville .., (
1k;) :
are Smartly DifferentMellow Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Aoarez

of Stuart were week-end guests ... :
of Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Alva rea. METHOD

Mrs. Bernice Opporman, Mis .

Lanler spent Friday shopping in

Jacksonville.W. WAIT

elected lea- F. Barefoot <>r' Sanderso .

then give air to your spent Sunday wlth"lr. and Mrs. "
feee..zestto P. M. Barefoot.Mrs. THE THOMPSON MAGNALINER.

ChooM these yon George Flynn spent Tues .
day In Jacksonville. I
uewbreeziPetenShoes: Miss Marian Dowling has returned -

tod:,. to Jacksonville' after a SAVE FOR DEFENSEIf

week's visit with her parents

I Mr. and Mr. E.. J. Dowling.

: Mra Clarence Davis and son, You Can't Buy New Tires, Let Us Save Your Old Ones. Our New ti '.
last.week-end with
. friends Ronnie and spent relatives In Melrose. Machinery Points Out The Trouble. Our Experienced Mechanic Cure It. '.

. S daughter Mr, and,--Adt.Mrs.of Jack Brooklyn Salmon N.and y Have Your Tires, Checked Today, Absolutely Free. Camber'Base KingPin t

have arrived for a two,month'. Radius Toe Front and
Slant Rear
Turning .' Tires :
visit; with Mr... and.. Mrs.. Murray. .
Salmon *" Wheel Balancing: '

$4.50 Mrs. William Baxter of Chattanooga '.

Tenn., la .hen visiting her

x :toSO ALL SIZES husband who Is stationed at 1 ,


We wish to express our heartfelt -

gratitude to all who In anyway
showed 'any Kindness dufto DODGE AND PLYMOUTH AGENCY "

the recent Illness.; deatla.snd.bull- Stark,$, 'FloridaL 1 ,.

al of our beloved husband and ,.- N {;
father, and for'.th* lovely flowersreceived

from, many sources.
Mia W. A. Bessent and family.




I; : i4WITH" OUR FARMERS filled Saturday his regular and Sunday.Mr. appointment. here Lawtey Growers Look For A Long WarA

$& and Mrs. ,L. R. Lambert Still Hopeful r
''l'r continent Is divided
1 tries. The bya p
time Japanese
and Mr. and Mrs. H. D. May were Floods short ago
of Mr. and Mrs. W. Despite Premier Tojo described In part vast desert which Is a geographical S
t. W. T. Jordan', who came to could not secure help on his farm, dinner guests lords advantage. Both the
WPA and F. of Hampton Tuesday Even In what the Nipponese war
four ago he attributed It to the May Lawtey March 19.-
Bradford County year of conquest British and the Germans have
mind in the way
have In
10O- Government work. "I can'tpay evening.Mr.
} face of the fact that excessive he learned in Lybia, how difficult It
ti- the high wages that the Government and Mrs. W. Hall were The present program. IN
'e Blinding. "The pays," he said. He has hopping in Hampton Friday aft- rains have fallen here In the past said, involves taking Burma, ia to fight on the desert wastes
G 48 toward Camp If thestrawberry Dutch East Indies and hold gains.
as the
the roads and bridges! 100 head of cattle a horse and a ernoon. few weeks It now China India,
rain keeps Into and Australia into Japan's so- the debit side Is the fact
will swing On
mule and a few chickens."I season
washed out, he Mid Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Walter Stewart SERAIiREV
mile of called "C o p r osperity Sphere. that Australia, gigantic In area
am Jiving within a
i afternoon. He has Irish potatoesand were in Starke Saturday afternoon full stride In two or three more
p few other things planted, where I was born 65: years ago. To Americans, that program mayseem baa a population of only 7000000.
a weeks.A .
ii but "It has been too wet for them Since the bard roads have been ambitious and vainglorious.But It Is not self-contained and must ROBERT aj
s4 aald. "Sotne- built, I've never seen them in few pints, adding up to two the hard fact is that Japan Import to live. And the bulk of

i' 74 k to,do, .any good have be a rainy season such bad shape as they are now. Deeds Filed or three crates, are coming in has gone a long way In a short its lighting'equipment.. If It Is to

u :abot.thls tlmeawe time of year. I'd rather That's because of(the wet wreathed State of Florida to D. E. Knight every day or so and the quality time toward reaching her goal of have enough, will have to be sent p Jesus.tt,. r1r. MerdabL

i r+1, k hive' It. now than to have It alater' and the heavy traffic. and N. L. 'KnIght (Tax deed) of the fruit Is good. absolute dominance of everythingin from this country. Today, Australia '
:" "There have been many changes and Tem If It hadn't been for the ex- the Pacific and the United Na- looks to the U. S. more e.on lor March ft
# Stewart
"OAtb March 2 E. T.
I ;
'? ... ../jked/ whether or not he'rained I In this County since the establishment perance Stewart his wife, to P. treme wet weather growers any! tions have so far been able onlyto. than to Britain for the militaryaid CoLJeII Terer" MeklR
)q but not berries would have been more slow her down. She has not When Jesus tslt-
she for
Mt. Jordan of Camp Blandlng; which needs survival.
l 'MY strawberries, 6 C.
tC :, A. Crosby. ; George Then.; too. the the opinion r
starved death in as many alf there will be when wife 'I plentiful already. been stopped anywhere.The In this connection it should,be of men
.to Ina White
t:; ';s"ald; 'n{ ,White and A. cold weather retarded ripening to has added their answer
BackIn fall of Singapore India
s IItr.avt: >erries,two years agoX lost we don't have any cars. of Leon County.-to Olin W. White, Pointed''out that the lack of adequate ranted him
't!, t'' : ',$500!) ,':- an4quH) the berry,busl- the days of horses and wagons March 12; Charles EX Miller and a great extent. immensely to our military prob- war "equipment of the Israel's past among, tilt

P ; '! : .B Nif .He a.e.born 'and reared peoples-would load Up'Vllth.cotton Laura' T. ;Miller his wife land ..Warmer days and slackening lem. Japanese submarines are United; Nations is .not entirely a more than the greatest
}'t" ,on,a farm in:SOuth Georgia where and take it to market. "Worn Maude Miller and John Miller, of Jbe'rain : will'' do muctti good operating ItCthd'Indian Oeeant problem.' '0 f;.pt .aueUon in ,tbl; aDd the matter 01 t
fatherralpedwcotton'tobacco that was sold, they were throughfor and the season'ebotld'shdW: definite crosi one of the United Nations'vital tance 10 every
''Vi his! her'husband of Lawrence County country There' Is a shipping II lit
the But how a fellow signs of arrival by April 1 oil supply lines and this ion concern
"I have year.
and la
ht and didgeneralfarming.< ; Penna., to Carl Vollkopf problem also. That why an second
has to load everything up- and or April S, local men think. underseas fleet is expected to receive ewer to the
six-horse farm.
owned five or wife I of made
a Lillian Vollkopf. his effort Is being to Immensely who
ay ye that
it take It to market or he can't V R. ReddUb. one of the surface ship support. It Is I amp!
t be stated. Duval County March 11; Mantan- accelerate our merchant ship out- Thou art the
eG for It. I don't know I that will soon C6rin.
!' In comparing farming In get anything zas Investment Co., a Florida pioneer growers of the section, i possible Japan put. The success of that effort Immediately Jests
rf Georgia and FJorlda, Mr. Jordan what they are going to do" when corporation, of St. Augustine, to said Monday that he ha only a make physical contact with her may in the long run prove' the set the twelve 117

t nald, "For' general farming.I they don't have any cars. Marcus) F. Brown and FlorenceB. small patch of berries this year. principal ally Germany The sit- key'to the winning of the, Pacific the death. Peter'. ul
In' where American i
uation' Burma
"# Georgia! Is beat taken M a whole. Brown, husband and wife looked fair but war. did not,!hit
i$ I F. M. Norman lives nine miles And that they supplies go to the aid of the seasoned slab could die. Later!! "
A fellow canraise plentyof stuff west of Starke on the old Ratford- March 12; Minnie S. Brown and would have been much farther h a r d -fig h ting Chinese The experts are saying today tined to learn ai tb
a r there, but prices ''are bad- husband, G. W. Brown, to Marcus have
Is up Starke road on 98 acres, 38 of advanced if it had not been for forces Is bad. There, as in that Japan is likely to Invade learned that i
over-production I believe. Anyhow F. Brown and Florence B. ings and death
unfavorable weather conditions Asiatic Russia this The the
spring. ]M
which Is under cultivation. He and, at It has
that la what they claim." Brown, husband and wife, March inclined to Malaya Singapore become the Savior
Mr. Reddish was strategy would be obvious-to '
four head of cattle 29
has !, hogs been to thedefenders
"I'm making ends meet: now by and 35 chickens. I 12; Ida L. Darby, a widow to think that the season will be very possible with supply which help the hard-pressed Nazis who cities Afterward Jesus hale,
having some other business. I City of Starke, a Florida munici- I equipment and the ntulUIudi
fA good, even If nothing have been blasted out of of
trade little and give away an He lives on a graded road, pal corporation March 3; J. C. extraordl-I, I is In any way comparable to that many the fellowship of his
d nary. Everyone is naturally optimistic the positions they intended to use they might also
which he said was "awful wet and of.the invader. Ibl"
t automobile occasionally and dos Manning and Della -Manning, his
even though few commit as springboards for a new offensive "Giving Is Life
+Y a little carpenter work. I have hard to get over." His wife said, wife to Verdle S. Futch, March themselves. !. The situation Is further complicated against the miraculous Red Death" is the title WIIIi.\r 011\
Iderable construction "Mont all the roads in the Countyare 11 Gerhard by the fact that Japan
done eons ; Ahrendt. single, to Army. If Japan sends troops Into finds 'in illustration.db.
e7 "
work at. Camp Blanding; but gen- that way now. Clyde Morgan Young, of Dixie bas organized a great deal of Siberia It will make the Russian Text In the topogtanh,
eral farming is what I'm Interested Mr. 'Norman drives his own County March 11; Buck Kite and Randolph Building fifth column activity in Burma position extremely difficult. tine. What Galilee ream,

ed in. I've been handy man long school bus. transporting 20 boys Georgia Kite, his wife, to B. C. Gets 2nd StoryTen precisely as she did so successfullyin and around it is ventai
; enough. In Georgia ,;we raised and girls to B. H.' S. He has no Holtzendorf and Ethel Holtzen- Malaya. The natives are con War between Japan and Russia, ther south a larger teib

r everything-we didn/t/ .tymJss any- pavement whatever over which to dorf. March 12; Richard A. Grlffis sleeping rooms and four trolled by a rich corrupt cliqueof however would do one thing for store around and it and there awful II

6 4; thing. The WIPA got ,us to where drive-all dirt road. "The road and wife, Mamie Griffis, to restroom will be added ,to the i priests who have little love for the United Nations' It would provide its name. i'I

we couldn't hire help for'love or has been bad ever since this wet Marcus F Brown and wife&. Florence new Randolph building which'either the Chinese .or the white them with needed Russianair The lesson closet iii'

,rl money: weather set In," he said Saturday. B. Brown, March 12; Gertrude. Obe Hall Is erecting on Call street races.. So the defending forces bases,'In the Vladivostok area, tllng question of pry

:I '. Mr.- Jordan,is .doing his bit'for Mr. Norman' drives these 20 D.-,BcasIey-and.O. L. Beas-I between the.Starke Hotel and the must fight a war within, even as from which war ''could be' carried i Reason can give but on]
; Democracy by having three sons Bradford County High School ley, her husband, -to' Jeannette D.Klncald Ektenfletd"Jewelry. The building, they fight one without. straight'' to...the ..J Jlane e' cities. / the.ljaster's question &

In the Navy one in the Army and children back and forth every day, March 14; Minnie as originally planned, was to cost'' The possibility of the loss 'of From these bases it Is only a few I, compensate a man tort
r .. his souL Then l let
r another a civilian air raid warden picking them up about 8:15: A. M. Pringle and Mack Pringle her $5,500. According to Mr. Hall Burma, the Indies and other hundred miles to Yokohama, Him who was ut mi tin

In Bradford County. and getting to school about 9:30A. : husband to Raleigh Roosevelt the second floor will add another points including existing United Tokyo and other key centers. through suffering we nqf

M. "I am supposed to get themto Cox, March 14; Mrs. Maude An- $2,000 to the cost making $7,500 Nations sea and air bases must Russia has refused their use to selves and lave ount
ti ; .Although ,U A. Wynn, of school 15 minutes before school drews and husband W. L Andrews In all. be faced. It may not happen her Allies for the reason that more.

Hampton Beach baa 600 acre opens Sometimes I am a little to Randolph H. Boree and but there is no room in this grim understandably, she doesn't want
J .4 .where lie lives, he ip/ a "retired late, but It la not my fault. It wife Gussie Mae B. Boree, of The up-stalrs will be frame- war for false optimism If it does to have to' take''on a new major Lawtey Baptist

.farmer." "I'm not raising any- Is the fault of the roads. "I've Duval County, March 14. stucco and will be absolutely happen, the center of the Pacific antagonist while she is still up

thlg this year." he said. "I can't often made the remark that I've fire-proof Mr. Hall stated Tuesday warfare will undoubtedly shift to to her ears"in the war with Germany Sunday, March 22: ill

.t'l' work at it myself, and can't get I got one of the best crowds of kids VANDERBILTBy since fire-proof lathe will Australia which has already suf- Sunday School.
be used. Mr, will Offerinf j
!. any satisfactory help, and BO I i I ever saw. They laugh and talk Miss Velma Randolph op- fered air attack at Darwin. We' must think of this war in '
+.' Just cut it out for the time being all the time, as kids will but I've Norman erate a shoe store In the small What chance would we and terms of global Baptist Orphanage at I
I, anyway... never had a and I've space In the center while the strategy. Each A. M., Morning Wai/ ;
scrap yet Mr. and Mrs. Levy Normanand our Allies have to hold that all- seen 3 of action each engagement
Asked for the reason why he been driving four other two will be for rent Mr. pastor i Is bringing strtal
years daughters.. Velma and Gloria. Hall said. Important continent? There are has a bearing on all the rest. The a
Id R were shopping In Jacksonville certain definite assets on our aid'e: protection given by oceans grows ten messages. Subject u

RISINGBy visiting Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Saturday.Mr. The Australians are magnificent lees and lees.It Is no wonder "The Crucifixion of Or

:Y Mn. James Norman Griffin Sunday. and Mrs. L. L. Rent roe SouthersPlansSuwannee; fighters.; They have done remarkably that many an expert gloomily pre- Jesus Christ. B. Y.P.C.I

I Mrs P. B. Prevatt of Hamp-- and son, Samuel we revisiting; ProjectE. well in building up dicts that the war may last five young people at 7 P.llf

{ Mr. and Mrs Woodrow Thomuof ton Is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Miller Johns and sizable air and armament indua- years or even ten.' There will be no <

Brooker pent the week-end ,Ada Grltfl( this week. family of New River Sunday aft- M. Southers. veteran the- vice as both Lawtey (

with Mrs. Thomas' parents, Mr. Mr. and Mrs L. G. Johns of ernoon. atrical man 'who was In Starke Church of God expecting an old-time combining with the
t } and Mn. Emery Lewis. Mr. and Mrs. Enoch Kelley and many and has been Sermon at the public i th
Hampton years ago renewing
were visiting Mrs.
M... and Mrs. Bert Shaw were Myrtle Priest Sunday. family were visiting Mr. and Mrs.,. old acquaintances here for The Rev: R. F. Kirkland, pastor where people really get delivered Rev. Forbes B. Fuller!

T'' visiting the bed-side of :My Willie Reddish and family of the past three or four months, of the Church of God an- from sin and Satan, which are the sermon, starting u

'; ,' Shaw's mother who. Is very 111 In Wesley Snyder of Klngaley Lake Bootsey Beach Wednesday even- left Monday for Old Town, Florida causing ,this town .{nd nation so the school auditorium
was visiting Mr. and nounces that the Rev.A. V. How-
;: i Mrs.: Ben Ing. "' Herbert Hazzard will i
t3.t Mr. and Mrs.1 James Normanwere Sander this week. >.. ]1|I. .Mrs Maggie- Adklnaand' : daughter For. years ._ well-of Cross City will( arrive Sunday mucbj-pjroublej";, The. subject of '''Invocation< anti :prveOS
he haa dreamedof the
Harvey Gainey of Jacksonvillewas Mable, were visiting Mr., and many to begin a aeries of revival pastor's morning service will benediction.
visiting and Mrs Nor
: visiting his mother Mrs. E. Mrs. Kirby Crews and family of capitalizing upon the advertising > be, "How ,Shall We Win the I Wednesday, March 1 z.>.
man Wiggins of Jacksonville re- quality of Stephen H. Foster's services at .8 M. "You will do '".
E. Lee Wednesday, I Pleasant Valley. Sunday after War? The church Is located on meeting-Bible study at Oil
immortal ballad "Way down well to attend these "
Mr. and Mrs. Lonnle of meetings" St. Clair street Between 7th and at 8 P. M. Bring your EFortaSl
: Tyre
and Mrs. Arthur McRae noon.Mrs. i upon the Suwannee River,"
open- Mr. Kirkland
Florahoma were visiting Yrs.Tyre' F. M. Norman and Mrs. stated, "as we are 8th streets. .
} + were shopping in Jacksonville re Ing up a real estate development

,", cently.Mr. parents, Mr. and Mrs. John were Russell Norman in of this section, along the river and operating a .,. -' ->.' '. ....' ... ..,'"""' '''..,,- j .
Prevatt shopping Jacksonville Sat- - Sunday. .
and ,..., ... ,. ,
,. Mrs. Henry Howard are urday. passenger boat up and down the 1. ; ..:: .; : ,,/,$ '. -, '1' ..

8 ,. boy.announcing the birth of a baby I I TIIERESSABy ,. that We Margie are very Reddish sorry to has report the:. famous ment. During stream: his to stay this in develop-Starkehe :';'. ;:>;.i'>f'. .,' -:;;.F"" *.".?, '. .;;.... '':If' LEA'DE" 'R' *'>> ,*lv'#f' *"* ,'',

Mr. and lira. Paul Underbill's Mrs. II. D. May :mumps. haa been working on the : .. : : : .
at'; lIOn. Reginald, la Improving and proposition.Mr. '
M. and Mrs L. R. Lambert The Rev. H. M. Tillman 0 f I iin servidCHEVROLET'S
returned this
be we out hope playing he will again.soon be able to to their home In Washing Bootsey Beach filled his regular, Southern has an option on providing specialized i .

l ton last Thursday after a pleas- appointment at the Water Oak ,,1,000 acres along the river in & ; a
ant visit here with friends and church last week-end. Dixie and Gllchrlst counties, .' : ,-'\ a 14'i-'',I, o c:
BOATDRAIN relatives.Mr. Nelson Faulkner Is spending a which he plans to develop into

j By Mrs. Z. Z. Griffis and Mrs. few days here with his parents, 6,000 lots for sale. "The boat
wereshopping Mr. and Mra. Benjamin Faulkner will go on October 1." said Mr. :-Ti:
Mrs. Lizzie Lee and children, in Starke Saturday aft and family. He is> stationed at an Southers. "It will make three-
Gladys Maxine, E. Z. and Maurice ernoon.
army camp lo North Carolina. round-trlpB each week from Branford r
t and Murill Jones of Bethel Mr. and Mrs. John Jordan and Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Manningand to the Gulf and the fare ]

r tr were visiting Mrs. Ralph Gainey children of Hlllcrest. were guests family formerly( of Starke will be $20 for the 150-mile round-

Ir Sunday. of Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Swindell are now making their home in trip," he said. It ia his plan to
tp t Miss Margaret Griffla of Jacksonville Saturday.A. this section. sell lots and lots of Iota to the _

', i spent the week-end with L. Sullivan and Ml*!! Ida passengers. His address la Old

i> her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Hagan were shopping in Starke MANUSCRIPT COVERS -.91 Town. Florida. Car&Conservation

z Griffist Saturday. per 100 BRADFORD COUNTY r. ,. .'U -::
t y+ i Albert Batten of There a was The Rev. Jones of Jacksonville TELEGRAPH. Sauls Will Build

Houses For Rent

Mr. and Mrs. A. F Sauls will

build for rental purposes two i<.;; '> i.ir: <,;";, .t"; "' :rJ: r '!; .tvtL 6 J g'f.-i fIr / '
\ : .
small residences on their two lots :1f"W' 01...' "'" ,,,. "r ,. .: .

on Lake Street back of their '.rf,., -..'", ,;;"}" 1.tii: ; .*h=;.f;: f,'E;Ji .:l.' 'f<-*" ,..' *
'>"'1 D. ER' .
home on MacMahon '*" I;; j. ,K'ft. .,
Street. One .
.4A,5l .
J", "f'."'iJ'Z.1 ,;Wi! :, : (" "',
of them will be begun just as soon ': !1 1'n ". ", "'.. ., ,
as Ben Hall, contractor, get time CONSIdVtTliltS { : '
and the weather sufficiently dries ftinadmInisteringit.; ,; } :
1 ,.t j
off, Mrs. Sauls Stated / } : 4
"An FHA loan has already this week.been iCONSfUVI -,,,,,.'/f. ;. 'Jf.rf- ; ;::" :;t: ""M-lvfo; '... )(':% '1.. ,. .., .V<& .;.....s- t

received," said Mra. Sauls,, "for
r the first house. It will have four *

LJtw rooms and bath, and will cost for all motorist who want to keep their cars serving

NOW! 3600. We will build the other dependably, the words to retneniber'ares See your '
ones Just as soon as we can get '

+)rr a around to it," she said. local Chevrolet d al.r. ., Chevrolet originated the

ki z Signs Must Go GAS "Car Conservation Plan," and ho Is a specialist "Car

Be sure the all of your electrical The State Road Department has Conservation." ? He gives skilled,.reliable, economical

announced that April 1 is the service on all makes of cars and trucks. .. Se. him today '
appliances are in good absolute deadline
for removing y
f -see him at 1
regular Int.rval'-If
want to
advertising signs from state high- you your car

4 ,. operating condition. If they way rlghts-of-way. Since October "see you through."

the department reports, more
are in need of repairs CALL than 20,000 commercial signs have A.*about A.Bode
been removed. The deadline was

; YOUB held up because of litigation Always see) your local
'js1L tC DEALER NOW. which went to the State Supreme

L ;; Court where the law was upheld. CHEVROLET DEALER FOR SERVICE -

ll I on any car or frock

KKTOKY -CAa co..wvarro.oolasr.car
GLASSES FITTEDDr. a 'er"'r ebt.o..rut nmUr.e tFao. Mi M
ChiMulat r ,
BUY d .l or by writing tot OMVrolet Motor
EMirMan, Omcr.1 Motor e
.wi ; + Matari Build...... DMrott. eo.p.A3l7 Mkh. : Oraoral

L. L. Copeland & Son awl "-

p 48 W. Forsyth St. Phone 82S87 -- CIty.--

iJ; ; I 208 Graham Dr. Robt.'C.Bldg., Phone Gardn-5-0223 Torode, Chevrolet C

1 1 State Registered Optometrists

j Evening By Appointment: Starke, Fieri


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Must RegisterFor No. 11" Slate' District Court for the Southern wag In the name of R. O Potter. turn ef such .wet In rood eondltl

:DJim.: OF PUBLICATION i District of Florida by the The) assessment of the said property ,Uhl. ten day after bide have
TO APPEAR UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. under said certificates No, 430 .. ." and read.The .
Merit Exams STATE OF FLORIDA to: Lilian petitioner against the above n.m.d and 432 were In the of Un. said City Council reserves.

Chlttenden. whose renldsnce I. 848 defendants, Braying for coodemntion .- known; The assessment (.the said the right to waive any Informalities -

By April 18 Juniper Street Atlanta. Georsrla.! ;. upon proper compensation, for property under said certificate No. In or to reject any and all .
You ar. required to appear on use In connection with the estab 171 Was the name of RbetlaCummin bids.
April 5th., 142. In the above named lishment of recreational facilities *;*. Each bid must b* accompanied
The Merit Council, with head Court and cause, wherein plain In areas affected Unless said Certificates shall! be by a caeww-r's check or a certified I

quarters In Gainesville and serving tiff seeks divorce. Bradford County defenieeprog-rani In bi'Jr..r'rag: :: : :- .redeemed. according law the check or bid bond In the amount of t
Telegraph shall publish this OrderIn ty. Florida. of the following dearribeil properties described I therein will be five percent ((8 P.O.) of the ban
the Florida Industrial Commisaioii next four weekly I.....". lands situated In the City sold to the highest bidder at theCourthouse bid an a guarantee that the bidder -

and the State Welfare Witness my hand and official of Starke. County of Bradford, door on the first Monday If awarded" the contract will
Cho4vdloS aeal .Starke, Florida this Marcobth Slate of Florida, to-wlt: TRACT 1. In the Month of April. 1842. within ten U0 consecutive calendar -

Board. announced yesterday that 1942. Lots 4 I s 7, a. 8. 10. 11 of Block which la the 4th. day of April A. days after written notice "..Irc
midnight April 8 is the deadlinefor (OFFICIAL SEAL!: ) A. J. Thomas 2 of Mathews Addition to the City D. given of such award enter \
As Clerk of said. Court: a-I 4f S-S1 of Slarke Bounded on the North 14. this the 4th. day of written contract With the Co '

filing applications for merit John 8. Cowlea, Jacksonville, Fla. by Washington Street, West" by A. D..1942. Marc Stark.. Florida In ..."ordlu,, hi

'system examinations: to be con- Atty. for Plf. Temple Avenue, South" by Lot 8 OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas the accepted hid and give a performance -
and 12 of said. Block 2. East By Clerk Circuit Court, Hradfor,4County bond .atlaa"tor3 to the

ducted jointly by these two iv) CIRCUIT rot .... nn\nroRDCOUVTV. I Clark Street and having; dimensions State of Florida 3-4 4 3-27 City of Starke. hundred
agencies. FLORI (I IN 1MAN- of 2le.k feet vast and West percent (100 p.o.) of uln. contract
: by 2OT.8 feet North and South. price. '
Applications must be filed with CKRV.Ithene Sander. Plaintiff I I JabeSander Aggregating 1.082 acres, more or IV rlRTIIT ('OI'RT. BRllsPORUCOUNTS. No Bidder may wlt"dra. his bid

the :Merit System Office. Room *, DtenJIant. Csne S": I o*. less situate and bain *; In the FLORIDA I CI1NCKRY. within sixty ( ) day the
County of Bradford. State of Flor date set tor the tbaraef
203. 300 W. University Avenue ANO NOTICE TO APPEAR8TA ida NOW. THEREFORE you are Walter Mae C. Lanneau. Plaintiff vs. CUl"Of.nln. .. Florida.

Gainesville and those mailed must OF FLORIDA to Jab. commanded to be and appear In the Jth.1 No. 1585.ORtER .Lanneau Il.n..nt. By John.
United state District Court 3- 2t20 City Clerk.
Sanders whose residence I.In. for : J
postmarked before midnight of known.1You the Southern District ot Florida at OF P1TIIL'ATIONANI _

the data.Applicatioa Jacksonville. the let NOTICE APPEAI IV CIRCt'lT CO..R. MRADPAROCOUNTY.
closing on
required to
are appear on April Florld.i 1942 STATE OF : ". .
day of IN CHAN
by .tliingyour FLOISID.tS o
th. In the" .
blanks may be obtained April I 1848. above named written" claim o r Mae I inneitiihon* residence I* ID.RY. ..
Court wherein answer
ana cause, plaintiff Unknown.You .
by writing: or calling at peek. divorce. Bradford County either In person by attorney, Raymond W. Oulnn. Plaintiff, ..
ato"rl are to
appear on
the address of the Merit System Telegraph ahall publish this Order and to show t. title or April r..qtl..11, the above ,named Lois H Uulnn ,1.f.nd.nt. Case .
Interest l'h. 1'4. 1782
In next four weekly .losuee. you tae or claim In and .
office. No application will be accepted Witness my hand and official peal to said property anti to show causa tiff seeks divorce.: "Bradford wherein County plain ORDER OF P1TRL1"ATI01

unless the official at Starks, Florida this March *lh., why It should not ba taken for the Telegraph shall publish this Order AND NOTICE
upon uses and purposes set. forth In said C STATE OF .FixmiDA to B.
form. 114Z. lit next four weekly Issue. .. ...* I. 11.
Oulnn .
(OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas petition aa amended omit and this you Wltn.N" my hand and officials No. 6, ".ho.. .. 1.11.a d, stylveeter,
to of
As Clerk of said Court. 8-13 penalty .
atk According to the announcement 4t 4-3 rn.n" r'.al. "trk., Florida, this Marcl Ueorg-la.
I J. H. Harrison Jacksonville Fla, ; a and Interest 6th.
_ examinations will be In and You are to appear. on
given for the Atty. for Plf. to said lands and of (OF'FICIA'L SE\L> A. J Thomas. r..qulrec

following 27 positions: Clerk, having against. judgment you.by WITNESS default entered my As Clerk of said Court 3-' 4t 3-21 Court May 41h.and IU,..., wherein above plaintiff nam d

Senior Clerk. Typist I Stenographer IV CIRCUIT rOtlRT. BRADFORD hands and the official seal of this Via William T. l"r".y. Jacksonville,! seeks divorce Bradford County

Senior COI'MTV, FLORIDA IV' (HAN. Court this the 24th day of ."..t.ru.EDWIN Atty, 11 I Telegraph ..haJ publish this: OrderIn
Stenographer. CERY. A. t>. 1842. next O
I '
Principal Stenographer. Key Dorothy Mllford. Plaintiff, vs. Joe R. WILLIAMS. Clerk Wltnesa my : n.f'I.1' sent
; iv CiRCUIT roi'RT. BR%I>FONrot'VTY. )
DMiIford Defendant. at Htarke Florida 10th.
Punch Case No. United State District (Court Southern 5
Operator. Jr. Tabulating District of Florida.By FLORIUit !" C tl,'11 1842

: jw Equipment Operator. Senior Tab- ORDER OF PUBLICATION L. Gibson' house Deputy Clerk. ( ICHY. 1 OFFICIAL. HEAL) A.I.: ''o"al
L_ AND NOTICE TO AP'1 EA.< 2-27 4t 3-20 Woodruff Cornell, Plaintiff.! An Clerk of said Court. 3-13
ulating Upnrr
Equipment Operator. Statistical STATE OF FLORIDA to: Joe D. Josephine C.rnvl IHi- I O. n.., Jacksonville. P1*.

Clerk Statistical. Senior Mllferd whose residence Is Un IV riRCI'IT. CO"R'I' BRtrtFORI littlER, OF PUBLICATION itl.rrt.f.

I A Birthday Cake With Candles-Goody! Statistlcan Chief Research & known.You are required to appear on ('oi'arr: FLOHIU'| IV' (11th.tEStY. ANt NOTI'E TO API'KAR -
) nA Esther iv! rmcvrp roi'RT.
Statistics Chief: Accountant April 6th. to 1 BRtDrORI
In the
1842. above named Terrln .
McDuffle. Plaintiff vsKthel
Below .
See Recipe ) Court .nd Jo..phln. (:orn.l. whose residence COIIVTY, FI>ORII *| VI4N S
Chief Personnel& Training Junior neekn divorce.cause wherein plaintiff MvDuffle Defendant. CaseNo In" ...* Adelaide Avenue, KRV.
Bradford County 1817
Interviewer. Senior Inter Telegraph shall publish this Order ORDER OF PPRL1CATIOV! Providence Rhode Island Jimmie r.: lf'AII..ler. Plaintiff, vs.
J. .
Return* Yare It. Ca
| to on ,
appy Lynn' Say: viewer Farm Placement Repre. In next four weekly Issues.witness AND NOTiCE TO APPEAR r..qulr.e appear In the No. 185*.
my hand and official seal. STATE OF FLORIDA to: Ethel above. :: J : and ttllPKR OF '
sentative District Welfare Visitor. $Rtartte.. Florida this March 8th, MrDuffle, whose residence I I. Unknown. .y.n.r .jtI divorce cause and ANt> "LtCATIOJ S
children have are A birthday party's) a real party, un. NOTIC'F APPIAR
the District Welfare Senior Visitor no> County STATE : n.
usually cherish with birtbdav: games to play. Let (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. ill You are required to appear on Telegraph ..I..f. .adforo.) Order McAllister,01 FUHI and Tloa- S
hich they District Welfare Supervisor. District As Clerk of said Court. 4t 4-3 April 4th., 1842. In shove named plhl.h : ,;,
buck I W
In Company sVirginia.
th'h four ;
next ,
., though they may have the children play their favorite Welfare Director State Welfare Sam for Wilson, Jacksonville, Fla. Court and cause. plaintiff Witness my hand and official seal : S

|eI and more candle in ones and if they run wt tlf ideas, Supervisor Supervisor Field Atty Plf.IV seek divorce.. Hradford County at Starke, Florida, this 4th day ofMarch You are r"'llr..1 appear on
Telegraph publish this OrderIn
April itkj namedCourt
So with this in mind try some of these: Service & Child Welfare next four weekly issues. 1842 and ld.. above '
i. Training CIRCUIT COfRT. BRADFORD (OFFICIAL SEAL A. J. Thomas, .., whereln plalntl \.
_ng a few uggestion Take the words Greeting andBirthday Worker Senior Child Welfare CODMTY. FLORIDA| IN Witness. my hand and officialseai As Clerk ftf said I Court. 3-4 4t 2-37 seeks divorce Bradford '
<<'II;ay. at Starke, "Florida this 18th., John J. Henderson' Esq Atty, for Telegraph. shall publish Order .
five each of the
I ice cream art (top..nd Worker' State Child Welfare Alice R Smith. .Plaintiff CHAN-I day of February 1842.OFFICIAL Plf. In next four weekly" .... ehl.

.1'> to sweeten the tooth guests paper and pencIL Ask Supervisor.The Smith. Defendant. Case No. ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas, Witness my.band and official I seal
ORDKK OF- As Clerk nf said Court 2-2 4t 320Ijonnie Starke Florida this March Itli '.
dictate the party.II players to fill in as many wordsas ,
I minimum salaries for some ANT) NOTICK TO APPEAR Wurm Jacksonville, Fla., IV! CIRCI8T COIRT. BRADFORD 1042.

The cake, can be I IIbnple. possible between each of the of the more advanced technicaland "HTATH' OF FLORIDA to: Ed Atty. for Plf. COUNTY. IN ("UN. (OFFICIAL SHAL} A. J, Thomas

I decorated two letter. First words begin Smith whose resident Is: Route 4. (KHY. F..ORI.1 A* Clerk of said Court. 3.18 4t 4-3
professional positions are Klnston North Carolina. IV CIRCUIT COtRT. BR (DFORIroitrv. > Helen Johnson Plaintiff, va. Tommy V. E. Knnwles" Jacksonville, .
with a tencentI with B and end with G. Second You to Fi.oMiOAi iv' ('HAN- : Atty. for IMf.IV .
I $240 per month. Employes of the are required appear on Johnson, DefendantOKPKIt '..
I paltry tube. If words begin with R and end with April 5th., 1842. in the above named CtuRY.Llllle OF PUBLICATION -
two agencies exceed 1.000 in num. Mae Townsend: Plaintiff I vs.George .
Court and .
cause, plaintiff ANt> NOTICE!: TO APPEAR
f. Third words begin with R Defendant.Case riR4 |lT COURT BHAOFOSinrni'vrv
want to
you don't Seeks divorce Bradford County W Townsend, RTATB OF FLORIDA lot Tommy '
take the time to and end with E and so forth. Telegraph shall publish this Order No 1539.OItDEIt :Johnsonwhoso residence. la un CENT. FX.ORIIIAI av
Allow 10 to 15 minutes for the ber.New In next four weekly Issues OF PUBLICATION known. .. Kite Johnson vs.
i spell out the let- AND NOTICE TO Al'FKAK F.lnl. PI.lnlf.
Juice Distributors Witness my hand and official seal You are required to Ipp.ar on .. A. Cane
term you. can buy game and give prizes to those at fitarke, Florida. this March 9th, STATE OF FLORIDA to: George April In the above named No. 1995. D.f.nd. .

with longest lists. 1943. W. Townsend whose residence IsUtiWnown. u.rthnIJ4 cause, wherein plaintiff ORDER OF PUBLICATION
_i nominal sum and have A new wholesale and retail (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas .. ... from defendant. ANt NOTICH TO APl'ISAtt .
Have children sit in a circle to A Clerk of said Court You are required to appear on .
looking cake right out 4t 4.3 Bradford County AlnertA.
fresh OF FIX)KIDA Inr
juice plant and stand J. &. April 4th.. 1844. In the above named "'rATJ :
play this game called Birthday Harrison, Jacksonville, Jacksonville Telegraph shall publish this Order whose residence In Un
i kitchen. will be opened In Starke at an Fla. Atty. far Plf.IV Court and cause, wherein plaintiff In next ft iir weekly issues.Witness known.
Gifts. First player start with seeks divorce and Custody of ( '
children send out their early date-p r o b a b 1 y between Children. Bradford County Telegraph my hand and official seal You are required to appear on S
letter A, and makes a sentence at 4rtark.. Florida this March 4th., April 4lh, 1842, In the above namedCourt
rations. even make them March 15 and April 1-In the ) CIRCUIT COtHT. BRADFORD shall publish thin Order In
giving' the name of the place he OlIITlf' FLUKIU 1M 1UAN-! next four weekly IssuesWltnesa and cause, wherein plaintiffseeks l
| .
> like-this will be grandm. Winkler building at 222 divorce ('nnntyT.I..aph
Temple ( KR1.James hand and officialseal Jradtn..d
is going and the gift be I. bring my As Clerk (f said Court. 1-4 4t 8-27 shall OrderIn
Twirling crepe piper avenue and will be oprated by F. Spencer Plaintiff vs.Nellie at Starke. Florida., this 24th, Ii]. K. Ferryman. Atty. for I'l,. next four weekly Issue
ing. For example: be might say B. Spencer Defendant Case. day of February 1844
fationi and getting the Charles A. Nolan of the Sunshine No. 1801 OFFICIAL SEAL': A. J. Thomas, Witness my hand and official I seal
"I am going to Appleton get
them Clerk of said 'ourt. 2-27 :\ .20n. at Starke, Florida, this March Sth.OFFICIAL .
lice will please no Fruit Company. ORDER OF PUBLICATION As 4t iv CIRCUIT DIRT HRIDKOHII
small will him an Anchovy. oneto Bermudato ANn NOTICE TO APPKAR A. Nteph...._. Jacksonville, Fla., ('ISP,tTV, FI.OHIllil:: IV ( HANKHY. 1)42. 5
though Fresh fruit ( HEAL) A. J.
eli get him a Bon Bon" and so juices-citrus fruits STATE OF FLORIDA to: Nellie Att)'. for Pit.VOTIC89. (' "hor.
I a wonderful acme of "do. pineapple cocoanut etc.-wUl be B. Spencer. of 130 North MeadowStreet. Daisy Hell Lee. Plaintiff I vs. Hob- Al Clerk of salil Court 3.12 .
Frank '
forth down the alphabet. Defendant. .ndrum. ., "Ia
Watertown New York. ert Edward Lea, Jr.
j mg. wholesaled to Camp Blanding. ) TO APPEAR Atty. for Plf. I
words should be repeated. You are required to appear on H Thomas whose Case No. 1f.OHIEn
: Henry
cake I've chosen an In- Guests can also make a scrapbook and retailed at the counter in May 4th., 1842. In the above named r..r. .. and address i* ,care' of PUBLlfATIOV! I:
Court and cause wherein plaintiff TO IV CIRCUIT "'Ot'MT.roi'NTY. HR4DPOPD
Starke. There is. Merrltt-Chapman-Bcott Company Al'PIAR
|but fascinatingly red out a possibility seeks Bradford 8TATK S
together cutting magazines divorce.' County eF FLORIDA IV til AN.CKHV. 4s
Place New York N.
Battery 'li or .
J :
that Mr. Nolan will also shall Jr. whose p.
handle Telegraph publish this Order : residence .
to make Company.
and an autobiography care of Merrltt-Chapman-Sc-ott
vu's Feed Cake. papers' In next four weekly IssuesWitness Is: : Zi Liberty Stlreet. Nor :Jack I. Hodge. v*. Myr-
fresh r
If Ireland
vegetable juices there is Londonderry ; or car.of Plaintf.
e.2-In layers' .for the guest of hon my hand and official seal folk tie Hodge, Case No.
Fuller New
b ) Company
Ueorge ,
a demand for them. Rental at Rtarke thin March .. .... to .
price Florida Iltb. on 1884 ,
or. Include place of birth pictures York, N Y.: or r. O. llox 411, .pp.a.
1942. April 6th. T842. In the OF ATTOM .
i for the south half of the Palnesvllle. Ohio
sagarIng ef mother and dad school, new OFFICIAL SEAL) A.' J. Thomas Dobs Court and causa, wherein 'plaintiff' ANI NOTI(' TO '.1.
TO Lily A. Uobscha or Lily AJ'PPAJ
vacation trips etc. Winkler building I Is $65 per As Clerk of said Court. 3-13 4t 4-3 cha: Thomas whose residence and seeks divorce Bradford] CountyTelegraph STATE OF t Jyrt. I f fVlr'I.ar.
F. O. Clark. Jacksonville Florida.Atty. shall. publish this OrderIn
tea month. address Is P. O. Uoa 411, Palnesvllle llndgje, whose residence' ,
for Plf.IV next four weekly Issuea.Wltnesa .
-.. Ohio; my hand and official required to apt>ear. em ''I' S

a i red feed eeJeringIreag % hour. Drain. Cover again with RULED INDEX' CARDS-3: S: CIRCUIT COt.RT. BRADFORD filed It In appearing the circuit Court sworn of petition Florida seal at Htarke, Florida, thIs March April 4th, 1842. In the above naimulCourt S

bet eecVce.i water.' Boil H hour longer or until 91 per BRADFORD COUNTY COKWTY. ...LOHID.41 HU- Eighth .nltlr.J:: : : ; In and 6lh.(OFFICIAL' 1841 R A. 3. Thomas seek and divorcee cause,Bradford wherein ph..lnlt S

i lifted cake stow tender. Drain. Cut peel in strips TELEGRAPH. IEHY.Arlle It.. Harris, Plaintiff. vs. Be.- for Marie Bradford A. Thomas In that certaincause by As Clerk of .. AJ 3-. 4t 8-87 Telegraph shall publish this' Order S
J. H. Harrtxuii Jacksonville Kla.Atty. In four issues.Witness .
next weekly
with scUson. Cover with honey
a salt Kle Harris, Defendant. Case No. pendingwherein
for Plf. official, .seiiii
((2 to :3 ). Simmer gently; until IN riHdiT COVRT.roi'MTY BRADII'ORD Henry S. Thomas Is plaintiff and mv hand and J
soda 1840ORDER March
a cups Htarke. Florida this ,
FLORIDA l'V CHAN- OF PUBLICATION Marie' A. Thomas Is defendant that th.
Itcrmnk peel is clear. about 49 minutes. CKRV. AND NOTICE TO APPEAR the residence and address ni paid iv' riRrnr rot'RT. BII''IORI 1942.

vanilla Spread on waxed paper to dry. for Carol H Drat field. Plaintiff. v*. STATE OF FLORIDA to: ItessieHarris Henry 8. Thomas Is rare of MerrltthapmanHcotl roil''NT*. FI.OHIU4.I IN .AJ. (OFFICIAL BEAD A. J. Thomas
said 41T.
a Aa Clark of Court. 3-12 4t
Leo Robert Oratfleld Defendant. whose residence Is Un ( Company Jtaltery chitr.Fstelle .
several da)'.. Roll in granulated Case No. 1&67.ORDER known. Place, New York N. Y., or care of Ihltt. Plalntlt. vs. Fred Frank 'I.atidrum Htarke, Fla

hortening and sugar untilnd sugar tf desired" OF PUBLICATIOV You are required to appear on Merrltt-Chapman-8 cot t CompanyLondonderry Khlert.l ; No. 1844.ORDBK Atty. for Plf.

in egg which has been AND NOTICE TO APPKAB April 61 b., 1842. in the above nomeu Ireland; or care of OF t'tJItblt'ATIOMANt .
1 Dress up the party with these g4 y.goodtoeat STATE OF FLORIDA to: Leo Court and cause wherein plaintiff George Fuller Company Now York. > NOTICE TO APPKAR IN CIRCUIT ( flfl't. IIISAI8FC1NI)
loamy. Mix cocoa eol- ban The children Robert Dratfleld. whose residence seeks divorce Bradford County M Y.; or P. U U,,x 411 Palnesvllle STATE OF FLOftllMt tot Fred rO""TW. PL01151)Ii IV CHAM-.
[ hot coffee Into a smooth pop corn I In: City of Schenectady County of Telegraph shall publish this OrderIn Ohio; and It further appearing Khlert. 420 Esplanade Avenue, New
Paul !
ii I
into win enjoy making them. too: Hrhenectady and State of New next. four weekly Issues. from said sworn petition that thereeldenco Orleans Louisiana.You laly. Plaintiff vs. n lady* S
mixture. Sift flour York. and reside. at Number 78 on Witness. my hand and officialseal and address of Lily A. are required to appear on Bal..y. 1..fendlnt. Cane No. ill).' S

[then sift again with soda P., Corn Balls. Garfield Avenue In said City. at Fitarke. Florida. thin 24th, ohscha or Lily Dobscha Thoma."n.rl'f April 6ln., 1844 In the above named OIOIR OF PUBLICATION

[Add to mixture alternate- Makes 24 balls) You are required to appear on day of February 1842 Box 411, Palneavllle,mO ; Court and cause, wherein plaintiff NOTJ'F. TO)AI'INA It .
( April 4th., 1942. In the above named OFFICIAL HEAL) A. J. Thomas. appearing sold seek divorce. Bradford CountyTelegraph fTATF' .

termiJk,, folding and beat- S caps sugar Court and cause wherein plain. As Clerk of said Court.: 1-27 4t 3-10 sworn petition that the relief shall publish this OrderIn :.. Poplar Str.e. Wincheto.dun

ach addition. Add vanilla. tiff seek divorce. Bradford County o A. Stephens, Jacksonville P1*., sought therein I Pe for an order setting next four weekly IssuenWitness ..l.
1 cap earn syrup Telegraph Khali publish this Order Atty. for Plf. aside and vacatingthe final my hand. and offl.a, are. required to appear on S
two greased waxed pa- In next four weekly Issues. decree of divorce entered In hat seal. at Stark. Florida thl 1842. In the vlrn' '
Court and ,
1 rap water Witness hand and official therein pending day of February 1842OFFICIAL wherein
n I and bake in a moder- my certain "a u. a seeks :
C ,4marla core seal at Starke. .Florida this February IV CIRCIIT COIRT. BRADFORD wherein Henry S Thomas I* plaintiff ( SHAD A. J. Thomas.A divorce. Bradford County
*gtee) oven for 25 to 10 pep STth. 142. COI1'\TV. FLOHIOAl IV! CHAWI'KHV. : : and Maria A. Thomas I* de- Clerk of said Court 2-27 41 Telegraph publish this OrderIn

[Ice with the following: ,IH UblesBeeBB .....*. (OFFICIAL. anAL A. 3. ThomasAu f.ndant. lam B. Wilson Jack.oa"II.., a..ai next four weekly Isaacs.Witness .
8-27 Mary Katherine Cooper, Plaintiff I for my hand and of".I.1 seal
Clerk of Mid Court. 3-4 4t I'r UI THEREFORE! ORDERED ), Plf. Florida
and water until Jacksonville vs. James Milton Cooper, Defendant.Case Thomas be ami at Htarke, this 8th,
Cook H. said
10 Party Froatiaf. sugar syrup; Marlon Jennings, No. 11163.ORnEn h..ath"h HenryS. OFFICIAL SKALJ) A. J. ThomasAa
and S
for Plf. I hereby requiredto l
the syrup; reaches 244 degree, Fla. Atty. OF PUBLICATION n iv' THnriRCiirOIHT 01 TMMKIUIITM .
|Vied'' powdered sugar appear to the said petition In JllllCltl <'IH Clerk of said Court 2-1S 4t 4-8
or makes a soft ball when tried in IN cmctrr rornV. BMADFOROCOUNTY. AND NOTICE the office of the Clerk of the Circuit .I
'rl( < T.
.. James STATE Hiarke Fla.
coadcJMcd milk OF FLORIDA to: .OM.n. Fr.nl l.herun.,
!* CHAN- for Bradford
FLOHIUAl Court County
n. vanllU cold water. Add butter and stir ('IERY. Milton Cooper, whose residence la Florida In Starke on Monday AprilI. IV AMI' CIIAVCIHJYKdlth FOR! BR, tOlJVTY AU,. Ill. _

[sail through tile'anup.. Pour cooked John Nlmmerfrob Plaintiff, vs. Atlanta. Georgia 1142 either In person or by attorney .' Javorsky, iv cmrriT COURT. BRARFOROCOIXJTY.
Nlmmerfroh. You are required to appear on
which Antonla Karnell De- and thereafter make such
syrup over salted pop corn tth. in the above IV 4JBIAN.KMV. .
April 1842 named Plaintf r..OR'I.4"
fendant. Case No. 1875.OKOEK defense ho desire In
dered sugar gradually has been placed in a buttered bowl Court and cause wherein plaintiff may Dill for Divorce (; .
Bradford cordance Edward R Javorsky Mary f). Plaintiff **.
seeks divorce County Tokay ,
wettened condensed milk. balls with AND NOTICB TO APPEAR IT IS FURTHER ORDERED aO.1
and mix well. Shape Telegraph shall publish this Order Defendant Joseph V. Tokay. Defendant. .Case
STATE: OF FLORIDA to Antonia A. Potastha
: the said Lily or
Add vanilla and band*. using only enough pressure Karnell Nlmmerfroh. whose: residence In next. four weekly Issues Uob.cha Thomas be and she. I IIDOJ) PUBLICATION No. 1801OltDKR. OF PUBLICATION

salt Beat until In Village of Plelberh Stateof Witness my hand and official hereby required to 0) FI.JUOA
to make them stick together.The seal at Htarke. Florida this 26th., appear TO $ ANn NOTICK TO APPEAR
smooth and fresh tempting and distinctiveflavor Karlntla. Country of Austria. day of February 1842. to the said petition In the It appealing front the sworn bill ITATF OF Ft..olUDA tot Joseph)
You are required to appear on J. office of th" Clerk of the Clr"ul of complaint. In the. above entitled v. whose residence I I., 142-
creamy, Spread of perch makes this a nice I April 6th, 1942 In the above named As Clerk uf said Court. 2-27 4t H-20 Court for Hradford County, cause. fl..o the specific placeof 10 14th. Av.nu. Whttestone

; on cold cakes. A fish for dinner. Plus that, it fries in ''I tiff Court seek and divorce.cause,Bradford wherein County plain (>. A. Stephens, Starke. Florida ida, In either Htarke In on person Monday or ,by April attor 4, residence t,1 Edward H. Jevor- Island New. York New York Ln.
112. the Defendant, psrtlrnlarlya You are required to appear en
clown's face to no time at all and spares you of any Telegraph shall publish this OrderIn Atty. for Plf. and thereafter make such defense sky'I la known to Plalstlff.as : ,In 182 April 4th, 1842. In the above named

glamorize the disagreeable odors in the making: net. four. weekly hand Issues.Witness and .official IV rIRrt..... SHIRT. BRtltFonnCOIiNTV. all she may delre In accordance Infantry Ilearlmenf. Armory WestMadison Court and cause, wherein plaintiffseeks

cake. as shown in peal at Starke my Florida this March FlORIDA IV' CHAM-! IT IS FURTHER with law. that Street. Chicago, Illinois; dlvorca Jr..I.rc. County
Perch Fillets. CKRV.Aanes ORDERf:1 that said Defentlant\ Is. over the arne Telegraph Orderin
.h..1 p."I"h
the picture, can 6th., 142OFFICIATE. Robert the Clerk of the (Ir.ut In of twenty-one and t thereIs next. .
Rain. Plaintiff vs. years
hit .
|with melted chocolate us Dip fish fillet in slightly beaten ( =!1Iourt.. J. Thomas, Rain. Defendant. Case No. I84S and for Bradford Florida no person In the stats .. Fior.ida. Witness. my hand and official Deal
of 34t of this notice by
As Clerk shall a
copy at Florida this March 8th
PUBLICATIONAND m.1 Service of upon ,
into bread crumb to ORDER OF .ut..n. .hor Htarle.
er-color: paint brush. egg NOTICE TO APPEAR United : mall, with postageprepald would' hind be ...Id '. "" .
not which have been added salt and pep CIRCl'IT' 4OIHT. BRtDFORHCOI'VTV. salt Henry R Thomas, 18 KHICI) that (OFFICIAL HEAL *
[ too rich but honeyedspell STATE OF FLORIDA to: RobertRain IT HEREBY O't. ) ill
FI.OHIUAl IV tHAN-: Lily A. Uob 'ha Lily Itoh.tcha
and "< .u..t'
in shallow hot fat until whose residence Is unknown. 'the Defendant, H ."or- As Clerk of said 41 4JHam
glamour for the per. Fry CERr. Thomas. at each of the above be and Is. requiredto H. Wilson, Fla.
You on sky
golden brown. and serve im Lila Ma Plaintiff. vs. Mel- are requiredto appear addresses. within ten days at..r the h.r..y Atty. for Plf.
party Try substituting just a vln L. M.U.b. Case No. April 8th., 1842, In the above named entry of this order the ofsuch appear to the complaintfiled _
take Court ahd wherein plaintiff In the above entitled cause. ,
The cause
| honey in candy to make) mediately. process mailing to b* noted on the"lTIK '
1S89HtJER seeks divorce and custody of wherein the Plaintiff seeks to obtain IV .Rr" .. nl'Mf. BRADFORD
us but less than 15 minutes. IF PPBLICATIOVANP : COIIVTV. FI.OHIUAI SV 4.MAM.KHY. S
still good! APPEAR Child. Bradford County Telegraphshall a divorce from the Defendant
Frail Candy. A* new. freih and lovely as spring STATE OF FLORIDA to: Melvin four publish Issues.this order in next this Notice to Appear be publishedonce Edward, f. .Javnmkv.. 6th day en of .April beforeMonlav A. Iva<: le.Godwin. PI.lntlf. vs. lii),'hard -
dish done to whose residence I* uaTou weekly each week for four consecutive .
itself is this cabbage TJ. Mette Witness my hand and official D 1842, otherwise the allegationsii Uodwln. Caae No.
cap dried prunes a turn with its Ii now n. seal at Starke Florida. this 24tb, week In the Bradford County the said bill will be taken asconfessed 1591. .
are required to appear on Teleg-raph. a newspaper publishedIn bv the said DefendantIT ORDER OP" HtTBLlfATIOV U'
cap dried aprlcets food affinities onions April 6th., 1842, In the above nam- day of February Bradford County, Florida. FURTHER that ANn NOTICE TO APPEAR
SEAL A.I.: Thomas, IS
.d f Court and cause, wherein plain ( DONB AND OKDEJIKD In Ch..mhers OROIIEI STATE
rap dried figs and toma A* Clerk of said Court. 2-27 4t 8-20 this Order b* on.. a OK FLORIDA to-: RI..har"nowln.
and custody of Florida this
Oalneavllle ,
tiff seeks divorce at No. 2 Dluckshear
weeks In ,
Fla. week for four
I cop dates f toes. Be clever children Bra d ford County Lnnnle Wurm Jacksonville 4tn day of March, A. D 1842. the Bradford "on..cutv. anewspaper U.or&l. Iout. p
for Plf
? with cabbage this Telegraph shall publish. this OrderIn Atty. A. & Adklns. of general circulationpublished YOI required to appear on ,
cop raisins. nest four weekly Issues.. Judge.Adklns 1842. In the above name.lCourt
In Bradford un.
rap honey _ way and :your: Cable WHne.e my hand and official IV! THE UNITFD STATES DISTRICT "" A Arnow dalnesvllle, Florida Florid. ". Ih. cause, wherein plaintiff

will be gay seal at Starke, Florida, this March COURT FOR THE HOUTH- Attorneys for Petitioner. DONE AND ORDERED At Stark, seek dlvorca support Altofneyf S

led prunes and ERN DISTRICT OF FLORIDA 1-4 5t 4-3 Florida, this the 26th day of February Fees etc. Rradfonl County Tele-4
in '
apricot and bright glorious .
(OFFICIAL SEAL) A. :3 Thomas UNITED STATES" Of AMERICA A. D. 1842. graph shall publish this Order .ls
{boiling water 8 minutes. red ,and As Clerk of said Court. 8-4 4t 8-2t Petitionervs- 1.038 acres of lend IOT.F 08 AW.ICATIOV (OFFICIAL ( A. J. Thomas, nfxt four weekly Issues.
.. Stephens Jacksonville Fla less situate in Bradford %. I)EKI> DEAL iltntwe hand and official sea.1
lit through a food and O A. more or Clerk. 3-.0 my
chop- green, your Atty. for Pit. County, *fae ef Florida and the
Iknife. Add honey. Butter surely will be pleased: City ef. Starke. ,.lorld"L! et al.I .Defendants IS HEREBY OIVEN! at Htarke. Florida, thin March 8th ,
B shape candy into balls family CIRCUIT COl'RT. BK4UFORDCO JACKSONVILLE NO. 4e11 that F. M Packham holder of Tax ('.4 .... FOR Bine; (OFFICIAL 8KAL) A. J. Thorns" S

Cabbage Creole. If IN CHAWMart1" CIVIL NOTICE OF CONDEMNA- Certificates numbered respectively, WATKR WORKS ETENNlO5 All C1.rk of .ale Court. 1-11 4t 4-3
hopped nuts, coconut or *TV FLOHIOAI TION PROCEEDINGS TO WHOM &> Issued the 7th. day of Sept., AD PI.' *''AUIIITIO V. Jacksonville Fla.

confectioners' chocolate. (Serves ') Y ktis-ene Woodly. Plaintiff IT MAY CONCERN' AND TO: (a) A. D, 1834.: 430 and! 442 Issued the MTtRHf. FIOHII Ally for Plf. .

cabbageS I : Defendant. CaseN" The' following persona who are 2nd., day of September A. L>. 1838; P. W. .t Ma.t 5'l..SlTh014ea1e,1 -
yed Orange .ee I pamnas shredded vs.. Effle Woodley, resident of the Stat. of Florida. and Ill Issued the 7th day of AUK, 8N CIPSC'IlP (05511', BRADFORDCOt'VTY.

leaspMBS saltI CVRl'Kn: OF PUBLICATION! 1. City of Rtarke. municipal corporation -, A. D. 1828, has filed same In In) bids for furnl.ln. and KLORIUAl ., CHAWtERY. -

peel in quarters from, < sliced nleng NOTIfFi TO APPBAR Starke, Florida, 1. R. J. office and haM mad applicationfor Installing. water .. .. .
I Cover cap thinly AND to Effle Davis.. as Liquidator of the Bank tax deed to be Issued thereon and plant additions' I In the City of l roy chancy .1.hn.nn. plaintiff,
with water and boil 3 4 mince frees pepper STATE whose OF residence I I. 11254 of Starke. a banking* corporation. Bald certificates respectively embrace Htarke, Florida, will be received by vs.. Elisabeth Johniwn. De- S
Woodley. Chicago.required Starks Florida. Z cups c.tema&eetl South wentworth Avenue, person whose addresses are un In the County of Bradford In "Iarl.. l'l rld.. until .. OO OF PUBLICATION

S tablespoons salad ell Il1I oa known If alive and If deceased State of Florida to-wlt: P. lT., (00 P M.-K. W. ANtI NOTICE TO
I. Week's Hena Tou'ara to appear their unknown heirs devisees and Lot 10. 28 In Woodlawn Bee. 14 T ) on 271 h day of STATE OF FI > APPEAf ..-
: t bay leaves April I'h.. 1842. In the above named personal ,.pres.ntatlv.5., whose Twp. I, H. R. 22 E.. containing March 1842 at which time and beth Smith Johnson whole address

1 teaspeeB sugar Court and dlvorca.oause,Bradford wherein County jLaIn. flames and addreesev are unknown. Acre, more lees. Is .mbra..c plane all bid received will b*> pubcly and residence I I. Route No. 3, Florence -

51 CISi5Cook tiff seeks this OrderIn John Darby. (c) Tae hetra. devisees under said C..tll"at opened and read aloud.Instructions Mouth Carolina. S
Tomato Juice Dash Telegraph shall publish personal representatives or Lot" 4 5. Lincoln City to Bidders. Form of You are required to appear on S

Fillets with Lemon Slice cabbage in a small amountof.loilinS..a1ted next four weekly hand' I.and* ..official f assigns of the following; persons,1 Bee. 82 Twp. 48. R. 22 E.. I I. embraced Pr"po"a. General li> (.. De-. ; April 4th. .1842. In he-above najneil S S
Wluie9 my
March deceased, or .believed to be deceased. said certificate No I mHona, Form Contract Court and cause, wherein plahatlffseeks ,
Cabbage Creole water about 7-mbi- seal at Htarke, 'Flerttla this wtoose name and addresses i and Bond and Drawing maybe divorce and no other. relief.
Green cabbage 1* 4th 1848OFFICIAL Ma Johns Brown CItot 4. f. 'PITh o ICULrJ examined *t the office <*f the Bradford Telegraph shall
glenne Beans welt While :I. *. ere unknown. w'P"1" RIU' County
Drain SEAL) A. .
utes. Ttjems ,
( A. Brown Mlllard Brown. : li B E. I Ic i City Clerk of Hrarke.i.Florida, and publish .. l In next four 55'
romeo Fruit Salad cooking, saute onion In hot fat until A. Clerk ot said e..urt. 3-I Fla Mary Hebron C. (also spelled 8eabron) under said certificate Mo. at the offices of Chavl*a E. Rich.heitner .,weekly ,Issue*. S
add tomatoes D. Bryon KIDC. Jacksonville. Nicholas D.) Hagsmart. I of the Flrn/of Reynolds Witness mr hand and official seat ,
Jad. Butter then Brown, N. D ( '
tot light brown Atty. for FIf. Alice. 'L. John : Johns. "Lot- 2. 4 'of JJI' I Lincoln City Hrewtog., Smith .n" )\ ,Slit ,' this 7th day of S
Upside Down Cake pepper bay. leaf sugar and cloves.Simmer A rORDCOWTT. WHEREAS: a potltlen lltOeo -I Bee. 8t I. >. 4 $. a.J5Is em. I Floor. Florida NallonnU, b at a kBulMlnr ,IU*:trk"l/; o"W"

Tea Milk 'U minute Remove bay IV! CtMCrlT COfJRT. B Mm triSAaiClaJe nation has been filed on the JOth braced tinder said crtflc. Na171h thereof Jaekaogvllle. Florida, and (( > A. / Thomas S
of October A. D. 1841. as! :oople 01 obtained upon payment A. Id Court. 1-13 4t 4-S
Given, .leave*. toss sauce over,cabbage.UUkMMd -:Je: Plaintiff vsCaitteaaaa. amended day on the 18th day of February aaMMiaant of the said property 830 00 for earl set, which John J. Headarsoa. s13., Ally farL.
Vnioo.) Cblttenden. certificate No. &l : payment will be refunded re- .
by Weaters Newspaper .aM&5 Dafeaa'aat. Cae A. D. 1848. 'a tie. Uatte Meier said upon.. 11f. t



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t of oil. As you push the pedal to make the

Government Moves FARMERS' SECTIONHINTS down, your car uses up more and can of 1942 I

To "Freeze" more oil, until at 70 miles an hourIt "Dl1v.r]
will take from six to seven Peed Victory, '

.;gi : Kathleen Norris Says: Fertilizer Prices FOR THE RURAL quarts of oil for that same thousand ta And don't' 11p're II
I ... Commercial prices COMMON SENSE. g not only wIn
i Again at 30 miles an hour the metal, and
44: Forget Past Mistakes and Go Forward the have farmer been "frozen"during the protect springplanting SUGAR SCRAP :METAL average light car will use about war .tOck ,fuel but for tt.e.

47 gallons of gasoline In traveling WlU
the Florida Agricultural money
season Florida farms are now not only as well,
(111 syadical.-wNUervtce.) thousand miles. The faster
Extension Service baa Restricted sugar purchases may being called upon but urged to a the

,, II been Informed by the Office of be Inconvenient at first-but they contribute every possible poundof car is driven the more gasoline It 1'. ..elle..e

.C'' t Price Administration In Washington. needn't be a kitchen tragedy. metal to the national burns, until, at 70 miles an hour, C
VVV9 N I : scrap you'il need between 70 and 75: gal. M..J' Of O L
This to
defense "scrap
conserving program
Here are some pointers on Ions of gasoline to cover that
fv I The regulation freezing fertilizer full slap the Jap" to use a popular
'L sugar arid on getting thousand miles
p Jii'h prices, which became effective slogan of the day Is needed and ;
It I February 27 and will last benefit of sugar you use. needed now. Some of the Na I The safety motto of the 1930's- 666... .

4'\ t for 60 days after that date, pro- Keep a weather eye out for tion's furnaces already have had "Drive 'slower and you'll 11 v e10ngerrshCIuld .,

hibits retail sale of mixed fertilizer sugar wastes. One of the most to close because of lack of, scrap, be amended, according -

superphosphate, and potash obvious is the undissolved sugar( and goodness knows this is no to the Consumer Division, Try "Ra _317-T1s r

at prices above those whirl in the bottom of a cup of coffeeor time for furnaces to be shutting _...
dealers received for these pro ten. Others are over-sweeten down even temporarily. n it n-jm L-jr-tf

ducts during the five-day period, ed foods, cake failures-or failures The State Defense Council and FUNERAL DIRECTOR

J February 16-20 inclusive. At or of any product containingCut have' .
Florida USDA War Board My Maay'Ye srn Experience Makes It PMHkble
I before the end of the 60-day per now completed plans for receiving EFMCllfiNT, PROMPT and OOURTEOt'S for Me II

iod covered by the temporary Cut down on sugar In least scrap in 20 counties, and will MODERATE PRICKS SER\1l1
regulation a permanent regula noticeable ways first. Experimentto make arrangements for receiversin
tion will be established.In see! If the amount you've been other counties soon. The DeWITT C. JONES

,d : t r r4, notifying: the Extension Service putting on your breakfast. cerealor designated dealers will pay specified Starke Florida

of the OPA regulation Price in coffee and tea is a matterof prices for the scrap, ranging .

Administrator Leo n Hendersonalso habit-whether you'd be just as usually around 40 cents a hundred I

h 7i said that action to stabilize happy with half a teaspoonful or pounds, and this will make it W. T.
tt; fill prices of nitrate of so
of ammonia, and cyanamid wouldbe less sugar on a cereal that Is Farm people who are inspiredby F. H. A. LOANSWe

I : \ -- taken at an early date. This topped with dried fruit. 'the gallant fight being put up want the listing' on your
c pV will be done by setting seasonal Try eating fewer rich desserts by American and Philippine We have some wonderful proper)

I'I ceilings on seller's margins in a -fewer pastries and very sweet forces, against overwhelmingodds properties for salt!

I permanent price regulation. cakes. Fresh fruits are among the can make a very real con See us about your Real Estate Needs

"Fertilizer prices," Me\ s a I d, most nutritious and desirable of tribution to their cause by scpur- 119 E. CALL STREETSINCLAIR
"have advanced considerably as desserts-and they carry their ing their farms and buildings for P11011 1

compared with a year ago. Our own sugar Canned fruits come in every pound of Iron and steel

farmers are being called upon to the class of not-too-rich desserts1. scrap today and selling It to regular -

produce as never before the vital Dried fruits are one of the beat scrap dealers. For years

commodities and foodstuffs that sources of natural sugar. CUs- this country has let its scrap be PRODUCTS

will play so important a part In tards and simple puddings are shipped to Japan, and now some
winning the war. In making this other desserts that use smaller of it is coming; back at our forcesin Gasoline, Oils, and Fuels

\ effort, farmers' have a right to amounts of sugar. a very devastating way. There-
expect that supplies of fertilizers When you sweeten sauces, put fore, It la urgent that Florida FUELS FOR HEATING

'd shall be placed at their disposalat the sugar In at the end of the farm families send their scrap to t GIVE US A RING WE. DELIVER

a- uninflated,prices. Higher fertilizer cooking time. It will take less help combat. the Jap.

teveaA prices at this time can only sugar to get the same sweetness It takes only about 25 cents

serve to hinder our national food If you don't cook the sugar so worth of scrap iron, on the basis H. E. TUCKER, Agent

Mt'N 4 production program." long.And of prices now being paid for For Sinclair Refining Co.

remember that most of us country scrap, to help make a
,,1 I 'A cofxtcular of my hiabaiuTt estate, who bred Hrpjaughtrr'i mother
my Lawtey Girl .50 calibre machine gun. but without Phone 158
can get along on a lot less
appear* ffrtitt then 1 em not going to ducharft my duties regarding Hula Dorii. sugar that 50 pounds of the Starke, Fit
ilk W.. d ,A tin quettiont Her tr/ort me at to her comfort/ and happinen.m Aided By NYA than we have been eating-and gun can't be made. About scrap three

&.J ', By KATHLEEN NORRIST"O Perseverance has won for a still have nutritious meals that tons of scrap Is needed for every 1
taste good. Sugar supplies food anti-aircraft which send
LIFE BEGINS NOtTWhy Bradford gun we
SAY that has county girl a
a permanent
: clerical energy in an exceedingly palatable to protect American soldiers The World' News .Seen Through t'f' I "character" is always to waste precious time position with Uncle: Sam'sforces gainst the Japanese air force.
'l :1 *' pay her a compliment. and effort on regret and self- at Camp Blandlng-per form. But aa far as energy Nearly farm has considerable ,THE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONI
severance and every
the hand
helping from-food
reduction in
recrimination? That goatbring goes, any
a All sorts of good things are of the N. Y. A. quantities of scrap iron of Ait Interttftiotul Daily Nfwipaperit

ill t wrapped up in that one word. back lost opportunity.You For the last six months Effie sugar can easily be taken care of various kinds lying around. OurNatlon'lI Truthful-Conrtructi..-Unt>Jaaed._Free from SouitUI
do by increasing of other
about quantities
t414 can nothing leaders now 'ion-Editorials Are Timely and Instructive
; One thing all women of Mae Crawford of Lawtey has been Implore and In u|
l'1" changing the past but your making the energy-giving foods In1' the diet. them to move this scrap to the F.a.urea. Together with the Weekly" Magazine Section,lie l |
I character have in common, attitude toward it may have a trip to and from the There are many other .inexpensive furnaces without delay. the Monitor an Ideal Newspaper for the Home.
c 1 whether they are old or young, lot to do with determiningyour camp as an NYA youth worker energy-giving foods that supply. In -
and The Christian
paying m III c ellaneous expenses addition valuable vitamins and Science Publishing Society
rich or poor, famous or obscure future. Here it a letter :. One Norway Street Baton
out of the modest sum minerals. Whole-grain cereals are Help Speed Victory jtaV' C Mauachuwm fit
# S They have learned to from f a woman in a particular. NY A was paying her in additionto one such food group. Starchy Price $12.00 Yearly, or $1.00 a Month '

go ahead from the present ly trying position forced to giving her the work experience.Last vegetables and dried fruits are By Driving Slowly Saturday Issue, including Magazine Section, #2.60 1 Yet.

f moment. devote her life to another week she went on the others. Industry must drive ahead introductory Offer 6 Saturday INu. 23 Ctnu.

a Here it part of a letter from a woman child while her own quartermaster department's clerical r faster to help beat Hitler and 'a' aaDe.__._;_____________.______ __________________..______

.woman whose past if full of mistakes. two children grow up withouta payroll at a good salary. the producing life of a turpentinetree Hlrohito, but car owners must Addre___________________________._
j mother. To meet and solvea According to W. E. O'Neall, In the Southeast can be extended drive slower in the same cause.

+ ; "I am a college graduate.--writes problem like ,that says supervisor of the NYA clerical for 10 years or more without A speeding automobile, eats up SAMPLE COPY ON .REQUESTSMITH'S

1 Ka f7n., ."1 come of a good family Kathleen Norris, takes "char. project at Blending, Miss Crawford's destroying Its future value for exorbitant amounts of rubber and
and to record 'as a moat efficient timber?* Improved operation technique fuel
ought be able to boast ant acter, that certain something -vital war' materials andparts ,
average Intelligence. But am In that enables and satisfactory worker won her which prolongs the pro. wear out faster. And with
:l real. trouble now, and don't know the a woman to for. new rating "There are NYA open. ductive life 'of individual trees, no new cars rolling off the assembly luit bow to get myself out of It get past and go ahead ings at Blanding," he said, "and recent development of turpentine lines for civilian users,

I've made a series of mistakes, but from the present moment. for other young ladles from, Bradford yield from .second growth slash you'll have to. make the one r

4 surely there is some way back to and nearby counties who pine improved steam distillationof you've got last longer. I

happiness for me, a quiet little homeand own adored small son and daughter have same' 'clerical ability and stiunpwood, the recovery of Here are a few of the things t

the company of my little son are growing up without their need work experience before getting paper pulp sulphate turpentineand that happen when you push down

and daughter mother. employment." rosin; and the Increased gum the pedal, according to the OfficePrice

( 1 "I ''was married at 20, 13 years Worries Over Mistakes. Miss Crawford Is a graduateof yields obtained through the use of Administration's C o n-

y; ago, to a man whose temperament "Paul of course, had no premonition Starke high school.: of sulphuric acid on the streakscut Burner Division: Do Your
r L' was utterly unsuited to mine. We that he would die so young. In the tree (a new process I If you consjistenly drive well Trading

had'a boy and a girl, tried again Normally, he would have expectedto Wants Production recently worked out by Forest under 50) miles an hour your tires where 6
and again to get along because of be with me until Doris reached Service research) are all factors should give pieces Rogers Silverware i
you 25,000 miles '
the children, and finally were divorced I young womanhood. But this is the Of Naval Stores expected'' 'Ito facilitate increased more of service. Drive over 60 or, Siren away with every $40 IB
rn 4' six years ago. I was living situation, and I don't know what to Increased 50 production. and your tires last half or certificates.Are .
Percent may only
with my: husband's mother, a fine do. I worry over my own mistakes I! B that distance.At Redeemed

}6k1r'Y stood woman, at the time, and and the dreadful "might-have-beens' American naval stores CARBON P.u-E&-8 1-2 x 11, 30 miles an hour the average Y Cash If GARAGE|
? stayed on with her when Tony married until I am a nervous wreck, and I ers produc 8 1-2 ]x IS: S3 per box-BRAD. n Choose
I are being car should travel
called one thous
8 upon to Increase STARKE FLORIDAand
his ,
stenographer and went to simply cannot and will not see myself FORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. and miles
1942 using only
'I Mexico to act as superintendent in. spending the next 10 or 12 years than I SO output more one Quart
a mine. Little Tony: and Mary-Lou acting as nurse, cook, resident governess for the percent over than of 1941
went to school across the.ltreeL and guard to a litUe girl that of America's war

( ? Married Her Doctor. really, in my heart, I don't like. effort the, H. O. Clayton chairmanof
Florida USDA' War
Please offer me any suggestions, no Board,
"Three years ago my: doctor, a
matter how unflattering
that says.Turpentine
y, J' widower_ with a daughter, eight to you." occur and roaln_ ti.. .n..
-- -
-- --
;pq";, years old, asked me to marry him. called naval stores-are
Well; Kathryn.! the first thing to do strategic
,,1, Paul was in every: way a fine man Is determine to materials in the world-wide effort IT1t1II1fE
go ahead and not
t and after a talk with my mother-in-! backward from now on. Whatever today, both on the line of combat -

law it was arranged that for th.'pre.ent mistakes you have made are made and behind it. The United .
my: children should stay and whatever conditions States armed forces will require .
with her, as Paul's offices and home you have i Increasing
k'' kl created actually exist and there'sno amounts of turpentineand
were in one apartment, and to move rosin for TliiIlP
n use crying about them. Tomorrow various military
; to larger .
quarters would
have Injured
purposes. In addition to ,
and not yesterday ought to be the military

14 y S, +i :; Doris,"his lived business.with us from His little the first girl, the object of your planning, for nothing extensive demands industrial for naval stores, im'w
will change yesterday. But to- : requIrementsIn
She is a nice ''Child, now 11, but the
morrow anything may happen I of such
not -4t
/ particularly
responsive or affec Items
'1' tionate. I don't know all the circumstances as paints, paper, soap, varnish
from this printing Ink, synthetic cam-
one letter- but
t : "Paul and I had had less than it seems to me highly possible that phor, adhesives plastics, Pharma never
1q' two years of perfect happiness when ceuticals and
might handle
you the situation this con
he was killed last '
summer lie left tinue. '
i way: Go to see the
(, t me a modest income between $1,400 fine mother-ln-law and sympathetic tell her that, The Department of Agriculture _______
and 11,900 a :year, and he left me Paul naval stores __
Is dead and that you are going conservation p r o-
Doris. She has no one else in the __
e'S to find work tq support yourself. tram: administered by the Forest
world. Naturally she is too young Service, has
to appreciate the constant Since you two were once close been liberalized to
r responsibility
friends, and since she held her son the wartime production In
and sacrifice
that the
1 her and the careful care of responsible for most of the difficul creases. Benefit payments based

t;; have to do, mean to me.managing I ties that separated you she may: o n proper production practices :
takes easily ask you to visit her for I have been increased in line with
She it all for '
granted; awhile. increased wage and production '

comes and goes cheerfully in our Consideration I* Welcome. 'costs, and Federal loan limits to
t two-room apartment; helps a little If turpentine and r
she does rosin
wIth ; yourself quietly 'producers
dishes and .
; already invaluable. Be have also been raised.
everything to her
lives a life of her
own. My
co- The
and her old sister. Department's
Consideration foresters
executor of Paul's estate is a'man is estimate
a. 1 who loved Doris' mother and welcomed in any household, and that with good practices,
appears honest flattery Is very sweet to older _
always to be afraid -p----
that I
M'r am not going to discharge my full women. It is highly possible DR. LEMUEL COLSON .
duties that you will be asked to stay to _
regarding Doris. He
questions lift DENTIST _
her before me as to her corn4y some of the responsibUity of two Pause

fort and happiness. Does she get lively youngsters from her shoulders OFFICE 129 CALL ST 7
4y kf enough to eat? She has blankets ; children of 8 and 10 need a lot Go refreshed
of policing, and in ADKINS BLDG.
a family with
enough? He then tells me about no ...,
1 servant they represent a lot of actual .
my predecessor her '
hard work. You might stay on asa
"Meanwhile my first hUliband'1lmother sort of working housekeeper, or Lic !
has moved to a slater's AUTO PARTSUSED
's'' t house you might get a job near by.:
in a town about 50 miles Then go to the old friend who is _
{ away. Once again my children are so anxious about Doris' welfare and TIKES, (WE HAVE _
u safe and happy and In YOUR SIZE), GENERATORS You'll -
good suggest that he and his wile take Ice-cold Coca-Cola lust often and as
T achools. I AUTO GLASS as
am welcome to see her on for awhile, or find CASH FOR r
them whenever I care to, but the boarding school and take her a good for CARS AND TRUCKS tH, ANY as thirst comes. You taste Its quality,-the quality of gen"1''111I

truth f la that I cannot often af i vacations. Tum.over to him almostyour CONDITION. goodness. Ice-cold Coca-Cola charm
ford to pay the railway fare, taxi I entire income, and gives you the taste that :
jfr fare, and for the little gifts I lively and affectionate concern express for a Used Autos $25 up c and never cloys.. You Get the feel off 'complete refrtshmet,

.want to take them, BO I am placed Paul's daughter, but explain that r buoyant refreshment. Thirst
In the preposterous position of your own children need you, and HASKINSAUTO nothing more.

aperuilng' all my time and energy thus .. reclaim all the
'to take 'care of the child of a of your lost motherhood. You trust
its 10"UO
t woman 1 never saw. while my North of Town on Road IS quality' UND" AUTNOtlY 0' INS 'Coc"'co"coa''N' If


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ST.tRKE FLORIDA "..,u,. ....-

"I On 5he : -ewimine Side I 1TwcANsINGj :


Why Not Bake A Sugarless Cake? *ea WNU.fLA3I r3mI '

Just because sugar Isn't as1' Cambridge Gingerbread CHAPTER ELKVKN I I
C. II U II-- -___
plentiful as It baa been la no 1-3 cup shortening. ----- p "
reason for Ignoring: the oven and 2.3 cup boiling water. Despite Leonard SYNOPSIS --- 7'-

C.I '7 PARENTHOOD forsaking: cake-baking many 1 cup molasses. that hi* bank account Borland's Is ample,protests though :;

L many cakes owe their fame to 1 egg. well-beaten. the contracting; business In New York la it

kind syrup or molasses In place of the 2 3-4 cups sifted flour. dead mumea hi* her pretty"career opera-struck," Interrupted wile Doris by \ VA/ I

of sugar you put In your 3 teaspoons Rumford baking her man-lags at is and the birth of two '
coffee! powder children. Borland knows her avowed) (;r'V f
purpoM. to help out the
By MIlL CATHEUMS CONRAD KDWABDSAaeedat If you're conserving sugar and 1 teaspoon soda. Ie camouflage. Hugo Loren... her outcome teachr. .
want a cake that will stay moist 1-2 teaspoon salt. always around. Irritates him. Cecil
ci Col***. ffeateaV M.a., I... and fresh with a lighter thinner 1 teaspoon cinnamon. Carver opera singer. knows Doris

crust try either or all of these 1 teaspoon ginger. through baa Lorentx.a Ana baritone She voice discovers tell Borland him- _L.; ; -

three sugarless cakes that have 1-4 teaspoon ground cloven. Hugo la hopelessly. In love with Dorla. tyi'I __-_ __ i!
; --
2 CHILDREN AND THE WAR been tried and tested at the Rum Melt shortening in hot water. hat Doris tortures every man .h. gets .1I ; ; --
ford la her clutch, and that he ought te
Kitchens with the recipes Add molaases and well beaten ;
wake her up by giving a recital. "Go I !
Thit II m special ertfcJe svrfoe.1 tVy Janet Cupterubitituting given below: egg. Sift together flour, baking let yourself a triumph. she adv o... lI .I. J ,

for Mrs. Edurd thIs .) powaer soda salt and splcc. Cecil demanda payment for lessons 4q. ,, .
Spicy MOlaf4NeS Cake Stir into first mixture. blendingwell. klsaea. He pays,: but declares he loves (.r,2): ) I, / .
M teach children tol- asked hi* teacher if she thought It 2 1-2 cups sifted allpurposeflour. Doria. Cecil on tour. wires him and _
them not would protect him from the Bake in a greased shallow he makes hit .1.
_can we help bomb. '. a sinning a. Logan Bennett Ii
hall ws prepare them Sensing his difficulty she rtplled 3 teaspoons square pan in a moderate oven In upstate recitals. She gets him ,
id For defeat These '"Well it might. But. of course Rumford baking ((350 degrees F.) 35 to 40 min i an opera. engagement. Again he makes f/I/;,
powder. good and
telling him she loveshUn
might have to ,
asked with great cants you stoop a little. utes. .
1-4 says tearfully he can now bring
teaspoon salt.
and teachers mlndl He was delighted with the Idea. Economy Cake Oorla to hla feet A movie audience
that upon the?children Give children definite tasks, and 1 teaspoon cinnamon. 1-2 gives Doris the "bird." Broken-spirited "
shortening. r
_-tow will probably fall you will see many of their fears 1-2 teaspoon mace. 1 cup she aaya mho's no food. She tells Leonard ..m looking. for the Leonard Borland whe sans with the America.
urden ot the post-war vanish. Air raid drills. household 1-4 teaspoon cloves. cup corn syrup. she love him. Doris learns about Scala Opera Company under the name ef Loran_ Bmn_ ____tt n_" .
tasks and club activities all help. 1-2 1 egg. Cecil. and decides It wasn't business .
I who is also accntly One mother of three has worked cup shortening. 2 cups sifted flour. that kept him out of the city. There I* month's room r nL' It had bounced you on three times, You'.ee. hart
1st 2
eggs. a scene at Cwenny Blair's cocktail back. I bUnked at It. and I knew and Is "
expressed the out a plan for her family. The 3 teaspoons Rumford baking eggs once a week too and-
1 1-3 party; and! to
cups molasses. Gwenny. smooth matter then why there hadn't been any "What is?"
fit is not really very younger boy collects paper and tin powder. over laughingly suggests that Leonard
1-2 Doris her
1 teach children not to for defense. The little girl who is cup milk. 3-4 cup milk. sing. He doe. and Doris la furious-hela bills. was paying own "Ham and eggs. 'Cavallerla' Rutlcana' .
The in
show ten bakes cookies for the Sift ma good. Doris bee home, and money was a joint and Pagllsttci.. the double
atred they may soldiers together flour I baking 1-4 teaspoon salt lone account in her name and mine. bill.
is usually the and helps her mother with the powder. Leonard Is staying at a hotel. 'PagUacctyou can get u|
tuatlon and spices. Cream 1 teaspoon vanilla. and she bad drawn every cent of It quick. After the 'Prologue. which
esston of feelings that housework. The older son. who had shortening; add unbeaten egg one Cream shortening: add corn out. started an account somewhereelse I suppose you know you have almost
to do with the war. lost Interest In his Boy Scout activities at a time stirring well after each syrup and beat until blended. I quit kidding myself then. I and there I was.I nothing to do. Just two rest
hate has become
do say. "I again enthusiastic. addition. Stir in molasses and Beat In knew I'd give anything to have it said there must be some mistake scenes, not over 10 minutes of actual
I" they are more often Shall we prepare our children for egg. Sift together flour back, what I bad and I "
blend. Add sifted pulled at the party would see him that after singing altogether. Then we cans
:holng the sentiments victory: ? For defeat? The other day. dry Ingredients baking powder and salt. Add that afternoon. It wasn't brave. noon. I went out. and hustled over "Oh. All right then" ''I.

_i have expressed. IfJe after hearing his parents discuss alternately with milk, stir alternately with milk to creamed It wasn't big. it was just plain silly. to Newark and borrowed $300 froma "You'll need a coach. I recommend
that there is some- some allied aeverses a little boy ring well after each addition. mixture. Stir in vanilla. Bake In I had made a jackass of myself and manufacturer of power shovelswe SlegaL He's a good man

being German that is asked his father what would become Bake in 2 greased 9-lnch layer 2 greased 8-lnch layer cake pans put something terrible between me had done some business with.I works with us."

I they "bate" a'Ger- ef aU the defense stamps If cake pane In a moderate oven In a moderate over ((375 degrees and Doris. I began thinking of got back just Jn time to get in "Fine. X'U take him. When do :t'I

,? be represents that we lost the war. His father wisely ((373 degrees F.) 25 to 30 min F.) for 25 minutes. Front de. I her then and knew that it didn't the bank, so I could cover that we start. Ir-
|nd not because they replied that the more defense utes. Cool and fropt. si J. aa make any difference what she bad check before they closed; then went "Next week. Get 'Pa ell ace I' up (l
lividuaUy. stamps he bought: now the better re I done to me. or anything else. I back and told the clerk it was all by then and then later we can work
ire afraid of the un- our chances of winning it. wanted her so bad It was just a terrible right I bad drawn on the wrong you in on the others. But we wantto '"
a unknown the unex- To prepare our children for a Utopian ache wanted her worse than account and he could put it bring you out In 'R ol.Uo.' That
j little boy who say he victory is merely to prepare ever. And here I was; I had no through.I makes you important.

["the dark" is actually! them for the tragedy of another AEOVE HULLABALOO wife I had no home. I had no kids. went up to my suite and countedmy So by that afternoon I bad con-
hat he does not know Versailles. Is It not far better to I had no work I didn't even have money. I had $73: over what I nected with Stegal, and was backin :
I J first grader who was teach them to believe that by sacrifice Cecil. I had just made a mess of had deposited in the bank. My expense the same old groove. I found
tween fear of. and a and hard work we may come a my life. I think I hit an all-time *, over the f 170 a month I was out then how much Cecil had been

tsity about air raids little way along the road toward low that night. I never felt worse. paying for the suite were about $50 giving me for nothing. Do you knoW"
I g a tin helmet to play the better world which their children I couldn't. a week not counting club dues and what that bird took? He chargedme

ook it to school andUSE too must help to buUd? The next day I took a suite at a other things I couldn't stave oft $25: an hour and I had to .
I : J- hotel in the fifties. I took it by the very long. I was just about a week have him every day. I had to borrow
month. I didn't hear anything from and a half from the bone yard andI $200 more In Newark and it

By LYTLE nULL Doris. I began reading the society began to feel it again that thick was an awful crimp In my $800 a
pages after a couple of days. and rage against Doris and the way she week. But. at that$450' was nothing
FASHION The American Ficrhtincr-Man: she was In. Every time I saw treated me. It would suit her' fine. to be sneezed at.
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lane/- u -------c, ::> ---- her name I saw Lelghton's. On the I knew to have me coming on my I asked for a rehearsal on 'Rlgo
We often hear and read of the men; and the suicide maneuvers singing: I never opened my trap. knees to her. begging for money. I I latin," with three or four of th.chorister. .

"suicide squads" of the Russian. which occasionally occur today One day a guy showed up at the office walked around the suite and aftera .. In the scene before
MEI German and Japanese fighting were common practice in that terrible by the name of Horn. lie kept while something In me clicked.I the courtiers there was some stuff
forces. We gasp in justified amazement struggle of 80 years ago. looking around kind of puzzled at began to think about Horn and I wanted to do. and I had to make
and a bit of unjustified fear Some pessimists rebut with the the drafting-room and in a minuteI the Hippodrome and his $150 a them slum me down so> I really hit
-at the spirit which makes men thoughtless argument that "Ameri BIked blm pretty sharp what he night the deck so when I came crawling
eDa1ue capable of facing certain death with cans have softened since that tIm." wanted. Next day he called up: "Mr. Borland back to them I would really be on
? PATRICIA complete nonchalance. The human Well-so had the Russians and the "You're Mr. Borland? Mr. Leon ?" tny knees. They told me to come
DOW race can afford to be proud of this Germans and the Japanese: but ard Borland "Yes" over to the theater.

Sl cef u..,'. Iltc: .a sort of bravery even when the actors people of fundamental 1 stamina "Y... I'm Leonard Borland." "This Is Bert Harn. again. Remember When I got there I walked out
are soldiers of the enemy. i don't take long to "harden." They "I'm looking for the Leonard Borland ?" to the middle of the stage, let outa I
"save and eoomizeon In many conversations on this said we had softened before the who sang with the American "Oh. yeah. How are you?" couple of big one., and it felt 'r!
| new significance to general subject the writer has gathered first World war. Maybe sol But Scala Opera Company under the "AU right Llaten; my other ten- pretty good. I stuck out my chest.I
maker in our land. Born the impression that a great often when our soldiers were advancing name of Logan Bennett. Anyway or got to town last night. Fact of thought how I was putting it over

In a critical time they .... many of our people do not believe and the fire was becomingso I hear he did." the matter 'I stole him off Rossi on Doris and how I wouldn't come
bid'adage of our thrifty the American fighting-man bas the > terrific that they knew they "Where. did you hear that?" I Guy by the earns of Parma. You begging her for anything. [
'Waste not, want not" capacity for this sort of supreme would get the signal to "flop" with- I was in Pittsburgh last week.I know him?" The conductor Ouster Schultz. ii'' I f '
Testing and careful stori heroism. In fact, the majority of in the next few seconds -those men heard it from a friend of mine. "Yeah. I sang with him." was at the piano., and we went
i both before and after those with whom be has discussed wouldn't even edge toward the right Giuseppe Rossi." "Llaten: if you're as good as he through it I think he wanted to
Important factors in the topic have seldom heard of Instances or the left. where a tempting shell- "Well? What of It?" says you are I might raise the look me over. I showed them how
economy. No matter which would lead them to hole invited safety-because they lie knew then he had the right offer. I might up the ante to $200." I wanted them to heave m.. and
and kept looking me over. "I'll "Now you're talking. Come on after a while they sot it It suitedme.
fly we buy if food is not believe otherwise. In every such thought the men behind them would guy so
erly what is saved in case the writer has asked the rather consider them Sissies. Hundreds tell you what of It. I'm connectedwith over" When we quit. I saw Parmain
png can easily be wast- Irritating question-"How much do of them had their brains drilled this new outfit that's giving He came and looked me over the wings and went over and

that magic box in thet you know of United States history!" by machine-gun bullets while they opera over" at the Maxwla Theater again and the place over again and shook hands. P
be treated with re- The answer Is nearly always the lay on the flat ground with those and- then he laughed and shook his head "Hello boy. hello How'sa old .,
"Not interested. "You play? I asked. kid? he acid '
Jake it serve well and same-"I know French and Eng. lifesavIng shell-boles but a few "
"I need baritone "Some kind of "Fine. How's) ?
a way yes. yourself I I
conserve the fuel that lish history but I find United State Inches away. Maybe they were'aoftles"but "
I "Still not interested. "Come on up. "O.K. Say. is swell how you
history too boring to wade through. they sound pretty "If you're as good as he says you I took him up on the' third floor do this scene. Alia baritones run
reparation of foods for Very often they have gleaned what tough to this writer. are I could make you a pretty nice where the piano was, and openedthe for bedroom make little try audience -
one way of saving not little (mis) information they possess Maybe MacArthur's men and the proposition. I could offer you $123a windows and shoved the "Travl.ata" alia time wonder why he don't
Tself but refrigeration as : from the works of those icon men at Pearl Harbor and the men night say with three appearances area in front of him. He played get in. Look like he must be weak.
>on as foods are brought oclasts tearer downers to us) who on Wake Island and the Colin Kel- a week guaranteed. That's a It and I sang It. When I got through Ought to fight just like you do 'em
use and after each meal i7iItcs hypnotize a portion of the reading lys, were "son." The Japs don't
little more than Rossi was paying he nodded. "Guess they weren't now. and then pawl-down he go.
| be given prompt atten. public with cynical and impudent think ao. And 'et-a hundred years you isn't It?" kidding me." just like this I"

misinterpretations.The from' now self-styled historianswill "Yeah quite a little." We went down again and he got He threw his shoulder at me. and
and cream bottles at actual fact is-and as our be "debunking" these very men "Well-will you think it over?" down to ca.... "How many roles I went head over heels onto the
Pder running water and present danger draws nearer. we for the edification of the same typeof "No." do you know?" floor. It was one stage fall I didn't
hem dry before putting can thank God for It-that our en- jackass which swallows the bunk "I got a couple of good tenors "Three." expect. Then he laughed. Singers,
< coldest part of the re- tire war history reeks with just they write today about our soldiers and another one coming. I got a "Just three?" they're a funny breed. They've got

Remove wrappings from that sort of heroism both individual and sailors of the past. couple of sopranos I think are com "Marcel Germont, and Rlgolet- what you might call a rudimentarysense
put it in a glass or pot- i and collective. In battle after America may not breed good poets ers. But in opera you've got to to. I sang one other role but it was of humor in the first place
nel ware container with battle all through our civil: war. to immortalize the exploits of have one good baritone before a pinch-hitting job and I wouldn't and they're awful proud of their
cover. whole regiments of men have her fighting-men hard boiled you've got a show" know it now if :I heard It." muscles, in the second place. People
puld be unwrapped 1m.and marched in close formation right up history tells the tale; and if you "You certainly have." "What role was it?" think they're soft Well sing

put on a clean un. to the muzzles of every kind of explosive want to feel reassured when you "AU right, then I'U come up a "Wagner in 'Faust* X don't sing ing doesn't come from the spirit.It .
te> in the place specially weapon in existence. The hear people remark that "money little. How about $150T" French but they let me do It In comes frpm the belt and It takes)
meats usually lust beezlng first two or three lines were ".ul- alone can't win this war": read "Maybe you didn't understand Italian. They shoved it at me In plenty of chest to do It right.I .
unJt.uld cide battalions"-not squadi. Their the factual history of our country- what said when you came in here the morning. I sang it that afternoon got up. and laughed and he and I
I be taken from their bodies absorbed the grape and can- Hot the rubbish which so many silly I appreciate what you say. I'm and I had forgotten it by Schultz and I went out and bad a

ns and put In a wire Ilk nister so that those behind could readers "soak up" and from which grateful to Rossi but I'm just not night. drink .
o not wash them until close with the bayonet. There never subversive writers make huge roy interested." That made the same Impressionon The afternoon of the performanceI
lived greater fighters than those alties. The Idea of singing made me him it had on the others. An put off lunch till three o'clock
|e.eens should be washed sick. He went, and I put on my opera Impressarlo he's a little like and then went out and had a good
ed and drained before GRAHAM hat and engaged In my favorite a baseball manager. lie knows all one. I came back to' the omce
the closely covered outdoor sport about that time. That about smoke. He gets that everyday and vocalized my voice. I came up
conned Mrs. L. C. Smith
for the liy was walking around the opera But a guy that can come qUick. and felt good. I was beginning .
ftetables do not purpose. house hoping I'd see Cecil. A couple out of the bull pen and finish a ball to get nervous. They all get
and Mrs.
require Mr. George Conwayand
>n but those of days after that I did see her.I game that's different. When be nervous but this was different from
ashed and all that do m little daughter Millie Anna of raced back to the office as fast .. heard that he quit worrying and what I had felt before. It had a lit
ore storing them waste re. Falatka and Mr. and tSn. David I could get there and put in a call began to lay It out what I'd have tie tingle' to It. I felt I was good.I .
pontalner. the Durbin and children of Jacksonville for her at her hoteL They said she to do. The hitch came over the walked up to the hotel and it was
las potatoes Other and vegeta- HEALTHABTIC visited their mother Mrs. J. wasn't in. I knew she wouldn't guarantee. With just those three about half past four I lay down

[ kept In well onions C. Fogg Sunday. be. That was why I had been operas he couldn't make It three and got a little s eep.
cool watching. I left word that Mr. times a week because they weren't
uits dry place. 8119 MtOOVCRNFollow We are sorry to report that Borland called. Then for a weekI giving "Travlata" on a weekly It seemed funny to be putting the
signed keep best In the Mrs. I. W. Dyal Is on the sick stuck at my desk hoping she schedule He wanted me to get up"Trov.tore' make.up on'without Cecil bobbing
fefrigerator for the.purpose. Hit this week.. would call back. She never did. "Lucia." and "Aida" in to give me the double 0.' but I

is not made Frock -r--- r'Wr Mrs. Dell Melton and eon Donald All that what I've just been tell and then later "Don Giovanni.!' got It in place and put on the funny
containers wire baskets Daytime ing you. was In the last part of and they would revive It if they clothes and tried my voice. It was
lent. Bananas should Pattern Ne. '119-Quick as a flash Your Doctor's of Starke visited her mother November. When the first of December thought I was right for it. still up and was all right. Horn
ut.in the refrigerator. you can have this dress made and Orders Mrs. R. B. Dyal Monday. came It crossed my mindit I said I couldn't get up that many came in. looked me over and nod
.I tor ds must be kept frozen ready to put on the next time you Miss Alta Smith of Orlando was funny no bills bad been for. roles by the end of the winter if I ded. "The contracts are ready." .
using. are invited out to play bridge or An annual physical examinationIs spent the week-end with her warded to me. On the third I had to sing three times a week "You got them with you?"

1 for fresh foods and nowfooi have a cup of tea with a friend. You essential to keeping fit since It mother, Mrs. L. C. Smith.. found out why When I came downstairs too.So "My ''secretary's bringing them
can easily see in our sketch how leads to early discovery of any Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Call of In the morning and crossedthe then he had a different Idea over. Ill be in with them after
all foods before storT simple we have made this pattern abnormal condition. However we lobby.the clerk called me, and "AU right; we'll say 'Lucia' and: the show. How do you feel?"
rer 8erator. To save the front is all In one piece and all defeat the purpose of this safety Gainesville spent Sunday with he had my check in his hand the Trovatore/ get 'Pagllaccl up I "I feel all right."
In the Interest of neat you have to do is add shirring at measure when .we fall to co-operate Mr. and :Mrs. C. J. Frazier. one I had given him for my next by next week and then we can nut I TO ItS CONTINUED:

Ipalatability. turn them the shoulders and darts through the with our physician's advice. Mrs. E. Strickland was a visitorto
*ct, closely covered It, C'inCfIT tOileT BHAIH'OKU C. Hlattfry, who. residence. la, loUt fuur w..kl1...*.
place j ln con- midriff. You can imagine how nicely Suppose for example that the Grandin Saturday., (t'Ot"fTY, FLORIDA I% CHA>. Went 147th. Street, New York N.W'York. .
Witness hand and!
\ :the one of the cold- it will fit. with the generous fullness doctor finds nothing seriously R. M. Johnson was a business CEIIY. c ..al at fit ark.my, .Florida this officiala Sith., ,
refrjgeraosa '
left-over for your bust tine! Make this wrong yet the patient complains of visitor to Starke Friday.Mr. Euphus. M. Ive, Plaintiff v.. tuna You are required. to appear on day nf February 1(4*. ".
foods within frock hi a new print for spring or a frequent headaches chronic fatigue Mrs. Mack McKInzle V. Jve* Defendant. Oa e No. iIbC.ojthit April Slh., 143, In the above nam OFFICIAI.. HKAL) A. J. Thoman
after and
I their first serving favorite color in silk: or rayon crepe. other OF PUBLICATIONAND r 1"c and cauae, wherein plain.' Aa Clerk of said' Court. *-17 4t 3-20
0 make their second nervousness or some of Hart Haven visited Mrs. Mo.Cinzle's NOTICE TO APPEAR aeeke divorce. Bradford County U. A. Htepheni. Jacksonville. Fla.,
more apo Pattern No. 8119 Is designed for disposition. Perhaps the trouble lies Mr. and Mrs. STATE OF FLORIDA to: 1lIna'' Telegraph shall publish this OrderIn Atty. for Pit.TRAIN.
; glamorous than sizes 34 to 48. Size 38. short sleeves, solely in faulty living habits. Too } parents V. Iveii, JJM Lena Avenue, Norfolk' next four weekly laauee.
requires 9 yards 35-inch material. little sleep insufficient fresh air. J. H. Surrency recently.tt Vlrarlnla. : Wltneaa my hand and official SCIIKUULB:

failure to relax or to get enough exercise You are required to appear on : neat at Htarke. Florida, this March Southbound
CIRClET can give rise to upsets whlcb. COUNTY, FXOHIIJAl I." RELIEF FROM while not indicative of organic disease CEat' IIa'd1v Bradford County A* Clerk; of maid a 1.ourt. 34t 351Sam 4' 4' ..

of Distress( K__................................ do keep one's efficiency be- Frances M. Payne Plaintiff ... Telegraph Khali publlnh this OrderIn H Wilson Jacksonville. Fla. .' 9:24: A. M.
Arising fromACHULCERS low par. Jtfhn AuaTuitlne Payne' defendant. next: four weekly laauea. Atty. for Plf. )'I1aml" 10:43: P. M.
Ca. No. 1810.
.............. The doctor can tell you what to OHOIIOF'! PtrRLICATTON' VVItnen my hand and official Northbound
Add,....,............... eat at Htarke, Florida, this March 11 rinrtriT (rornr MIIAHF-OKD
do but it is up to you to do it. You ANf! NO-TICK TO APPEAR Local due Starke 6:21: P. M.
Oohn 2nd.. 1943. ( <)MTV, FLOKIUtl IV CIIAXnudya
ACID.U'.fHo"Tre.bDent ...................................... pay blm for his advice. Isn't it Aua-uetlne I'ayne, Portsmouth VlrBjlnla. (0FY1CL41. Iourt.. J. Thomas : <<.:":RY. Jax It beyond due 6:21: P. M.
[. rather silly to I Ignore it? You can- I Aa Clerk. of said S41 5-El V Wlndham. Plaintiff "". Petersburg Va., le

It WUI Cost You Netting Name ef paper........................ not expect him to work miraclesand deliberately April You 4th.are, 1942.required In; the to above appear namel on- Ally W. T.for Mayo Plf. Jacksonville, Florida No.Robert 1H I*Wlndham. Defendant. Case beyond due __._ 3:28: P. M.
relief if
II" ....UI..oftb.WILLARD Court and cauiie, wherein plain Stark and Bell branch 101
)?\iT continue the habits which ) NOTK'B TO APPEAR!
dk.b.o 80Id for reUL'lol Pattern N.......... aUe......... have led to the trouble in the first tiff eeeke ahall divorce.public Hradford this Cuunty1'el.llr.ph OrderIn iv cinri'iT. roi-ftT., HR Drown STATE OF FLORIDA to: JtobertWlmlhain leaves 7 A. 7.!. No. 101 arrives
I $rtgln5 from Msss.I, ('Ot ..TV. FLOIIII,4. II!' C.IIAW- whoae rsuldence la Un
..Ulc.. lea..,due to ,.,__ Rend 19 .....t. In rain. Hat place. When you seek your physi next four weekly hand lanue and .official' --..._...or...U_ ._... eca pattern d..lr.d) to- cian's help rest assured that he Is seal Witness at Ktark.my, ,Florida, ibis March Wallery. Plaintiff, v.. Gerald You are required to appear on
Aced. "..W on.pIee'tt daya'trtTii Patricia, Dew PaltersatM only too willing to give it but bis 2nd.. 1542. C. Blattery. Defendant. Cage No, April Cth.. 1942. In the above named SIICAFFKK'R: 8KIUP INK -
: Court and cauae, wherein plaintiff
1s'ds,",a'-a.M .eaeV. which fully W. 17th St.. New' Verk ff. T. suggestions wholehearted can be of little value Aa(OFFICIAL Clerk. of said' lourt.(] l-J...rtoTt 74onnEH fly PITBLICATfONAND seek* divorce and Custody of PU. 91. Qt''. 11.75-I1KAUFOKD
without the cooperation Chaa. It. TI.... Jacksonville, FU*. NOTlfR TO APPEAR : 1'p Hradford County: Telegraph COUNTY TKLEOKAI'II.
Uirald thla order In next
DRCQ STORE of his patient. Atty. for Flf. STATE OK FLORIDA to:



I'A6E- --- Green and Plant City to be here.". nltely the ---=:,

A. Plan. erator. Sheriff Andreu said that Berry Season "A few berries have been com that there strawberr,
W. C.
Mrs. Talley Dies Y. the WOUld
Reddish road' marks be
Mrs. Mary judging from Starts Next WeekThe ing In," the manager Mated, "but berries from now -
Buried SaturdayAfter At Age Of 94 Many ActivitiesMiss accident was purely detained unavoidable for the weather has been so wet that And the Intere on,
and the man was not State Farmel Market at there have not been many. If report was: "I beSi","

a long UlneH, Mrs. Mary Mrs Annie Chapman Tiilley, 94,, Sarah Reed, who openedthe investigation. Starke will open for strawberriesnext we don't have any more rain, and Ing to get a fair

' KeddlHh, 90 died at 11 A. M.. died Wednesday morning at 0:1: USO (YWCA) In March theWoman's Mack's body was taken establishment to a. Monday. March 2 3, J. B.Gardner the" weather continues warm, fruit. The early i4
+ Club building on Gainesville! undertaking will be of berries
there plenty Ing to
home March 13, at the She Wed manager
Mlm. held "
Friday Laurel,
0, halls from and burial was next week-and right on. They have In iI
her ton William Reddish, at Law- W. F. Godwin, at 318 North is a graduate of the HlHslseippI nesday afternoon near' here. Willie week. "We will try to have will here" Plant Cluj,,
said these were
y+t I ; tey, where she made her horn Cherry street, after an illness of) State College for Women at Columbus was the son of Victoria Mack, plenty of buyer here to take Mr. Gardner and that
born In Houston. Texa+ with and I of the crop," he continued."We "cold weather berries,
She was her career care
months. She was born In and began well-known local negrem
two lull of weekor Office SuTnlu.
be a
live out-of-town there might a
Now. 26 1851 though she the USO club January 1. Priorto himself had resided here all his have notified all .
+ practically all her life In Bradford Coloden, Ga., May 19 1847, but that time she was a district buyers) at Wauchula, Bowling two, but that this was defl- County TelegraAnnouncements

S r County. She. was formerly Misa has teen a citizen of Florida for supervisor of recreation for the life.The foot was com -- ,
negro's left ------ -- -- ---- -- ---
4'j f.v Mary Andrews, the past 23: or 30 years. WPA In Mississippi. pletely severed and h I Is right '

t She Is survived by four aor ..Mrs. Talley was an honor graduate Tuesday at 7:30 P. M. there ankle was broken. He suffered I Political J :I

'' I. six'daughters: Drew Reddish of Wesleyan Female College,, will be a special meeting for other Injuries, also. Sheriff An __ _
and Ury Rerfdlflh' of' Heilbror Macon Ga., and was one of the women employee at Camp Blan- dreu said. '." | ----n. -
Springs William 'R e d d Is hof (two oldest citizens1 honored at the ding, and also those in Starke.A FOR COUNTY' COMMISSIONER: FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER FOR SCHOOL!

+;t 't' Lawtejr'aM' Raiford Reddish 'of Griffin, Ga., Centennial celebration social hour will be held at Tires. I hereby DISTRICT announce t myself a I wish to DISTINCT announce 3 my candidacy hereby Dlstrkt aaj
f t Raiford; Mrs.: C. W. Andrews. 'of as guest of the Chamber of 3:30 P. M. Thursday for enlisted candidate for the office of County for election to the office of dldate for announce election' u i '"

q,( x / New ,River; Llllle Gone..and. Mn Commerce of that city two years men's wives, while at 3:30: Fridaya From 'Dead Man' Commissioner Lawtey District for) District subject to No thewfll 1 Number County Commissioner Three, (South Starke of District Precinct the 1, comprising School Board hen
"" p J.V. Edwards, of 'Brooker;. Mr ago. like meeting will be held for the ( of the qualified' re"ct.t:( subject to the will of the Lawtey. subject North 10
f cf MrByant Promising, If Voters In the Democratic Primaries voters In the Ihl.
Resale Sap p. ,'Ralford. Miss nltkle off a dead this district.
Survivors Include three daughters wives) of officers. Very soon "He'd steal a that I will at all time work for In May. I solicit. the active support of May 6. If Denocnh
Mott; .0/Jahdo,' and Mra, J Mrs. H. B. Montgomery, Sr., Reed stated,. the,YWCA plans) to man's eye," '.I* ,a saying that the bent Inerest of my district and and the .vote of all. qualified.' work for the best.le"led(Inttt,I
K. R. Thede of 'Lawtey? also fifty; the' county a* a whole. I will appreciate votera. in' said dletrit.If the schools In .
t + Mrs. W. P, Godwin activities for young peopleof Bra!
Griffin Ga. have! continueto
it t-gran ; I most people Beard when they your vote and support.Sincerely. elected; 1 promise to Your vote and ttrespectfully
f,., l grandchildren. g rea and Mrs W. J. Chandler, both of the 'teen age, referring to certain give my beat efforts to the In- i.oli-lid: ,"W,
'" children .renlontit*,. great,. great- were children, T. T.. Blackburn. tercut of District Three and the LORE
s Starke; and one son, J. H. Talley, Among the many services this people 'who were unscrupulously County at large. ZO]h)J
U ,b, grandchild.* ; .,.. Tallahassee; six grandchildrenand USO club hopes to have In J. L WYNN.MOIL -
new fond of'money..
at .
.Funeral and Interment ':were COMMISSIONER! .
children. FOR COUNTY FOR
four great-grand near KC'IIOOI
in the
Saturday at 2 I. full operation very That saying had its counterpartabout UIMTKICT 1 IQ
Dyal cemetery' ,'- Mrs. Montgomery has been at future (several of them are already of I take this method of announcing COUNTY COMMISSIONER' hereby inn unoeah'
i with the->ReV H. M. Tlllma 2:30 A. M. Wednesday .J
M, election lethe STRICT 4
heY bedside for the past month, ) are the following -, my candidacy for dldate for re-electlnn
r "two' Other ministers offlcl functioning! !! t last week -when two men stole Office of County Commissionerof To the Votersof County. .Commienloner ber of the Board II
( ,
and her eon, Mr. Talley and her Number 1. Lawtey precinct District' Number ITour.comprising o PoOl>
: District
were ae- tires off wrecked car on and. tlon. District No. I
? aia mnd'$. Her 'grand.'Ons grandson Pvt. John M. Godwin,' two a subject to the Democratic; I Oraham. Hampton, Starke.) Subject (fly"
tj' tire pall>>e l'ei'jwbUe'; honorary Room registries; other 'help In Road 48 after the' occupant of the Primaries In.Alay. I will appreciate Therema Precinct.: I hereby an- qualified elector to In the,
t pallbearers' constated of N IWainwrlght 0(, the Coast Artillery were here finding homes; lounge rooms; car had been It a wreck. the vote and support of the nounce my Candidacy for electionto Election to be held loll
: In district, the Office of County Commissioner ;
during her last hours. qualified voter my
; y ;, Sr.' J.. M. Alvarez,i Funeral services will be held in adequate facilities for writing "It's a pity to rob a man In promising If elected tn atn'te; my: District number Four subject courteousnservireevI\ il-A
1 +, A0.' Andre, J. 'H. Moore. IItr letters; stoves for quick meals; of the men best services to my andthe to the will of the Voters In In the pant your voters
his one
1"0 condition Primaries May.
{,+ :Murrhee and V. R.: Reddish. Atlanta at. o'clock Friday classes in flnt-atdjf\ chance to was overheard to say,' while the County at. large.P.- D. Reddlah. If the elected Democratlo I promise to continue to will be .highly sppreoUy,
from Peterson's Spring R..e"ertoll!
morning .
In charge of practice hobbles photography, give my best efforts to the office.The J. S
Arrangements were other "He's dead; hewon.t (BUdd"j tFOR
replied of allvoters
Hill chapel; and interment will be vote and active1 support
DeWltt C.Jpne: \ In the Oakland Cemetery. sewing, knitting crafts, need 'em any more." The FOR COUNTY COM1MIM8IOMCRDistrict No... 3 In the District will be ap- .I

r. II DeWitt C Jones had charge of tics, music and dancing; bridge; thieves were mistaken however. To The Democratic Voters of preciated.-.. *T. C.: Cba ta'in.
badminton; darts; ping 1 pong; County Commissioner District Num- M-IIOOl lOt),
to Pacific Situation arrangements locally, and shippedthe checkers; parties and partners for The accident occured in frontof ber 2, comprlnlna Precinct Number I wish tnleannnunnty' |
body to Atlanta. the home of Mr. K. J. Flynn Two (North Htarke FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER be
a candidate
In Film free fur ihif
l Shown Ritz. enlisted men; forums for I am taking thin method of announcing DISTRICT B
M Wallace soldier of the RoardolMstructlon
James D. ,
when for County
candidacy :
discussion; clubs for congenial my I hereby announce my candidacyfor : from IilmrlaY
}r 1. 'In' th! "Pacltlc a Colored School PlayThe stationed at Camp' Blandlng, in Commissioner of District NumberTwo election to the office of County Ing Hampton, ]I
"War Clouds l groups: radios, piano victrolas; subject to your vote in the Commissioner of District Five, New Irabu.
and New
r short film as timely a8 tomorrow,, entree for strangers to homes and turning the curve too fast ran Democratic Primaries In May. River and Brooker Precincts, subject re-election River I will K conliil
'F 1'' will be shown at the Ritz Theatre Olustee colored junior high Into three mail boxes, a pecan Believing that my past exper- to the will of the Peaiocratlovotem form my duties\ In
churches. ience of eight years In this capa- In the Primaries In May. I a bu
r Sunday and Monday. It' shows school will' present a comedy, tree, a fence and jumped a ditch. city from 1933 to 1940 Inclusive solicit the vote and active supportof manner to and give mi i ieneray
1 fortifications of the United States !.The Chocolate Wedding" In the He was taken to the Station Hoe qualifies me for this Important of- all the voters In the district of our schools.the further I

14"# r and other .Allied Countries In the Lawtey colored junior high school I Negro. Man..Killed pital at.-Camp Blanding In serious ice -I active am support respectfully and 'vote.-solicitingyour I promising give my bent It elected efforts to to continue the 'w to l- tlnued support will Yours.b.* ua I

Pacific and.altio. vividly portray auditorium Monday night March On Highway condition. If elected I the promise district: to and give the to fare of the district and the County
the people of ,
the great war preparations that 23. at 7:30: o'clock. The play has I. Sgt. 0 1.. McArthur and E. county-at-lurga fair and Impartial at large. M. O. Harrell.

t / Japan baa1 been making for yean been presented at several differ Willie Mack, 40-odd year old D. Saunders, State highway service. I L.. CONNER. FOR !SCHOOL .._
+ t f ,( before '''the Pearl Harbor attack ent places, and each time was a native negro was fatally Injureda patrolmen,' Investigated the case, FOR SCHOOL BOARD hereby OUtrlrt announce S.I mgrwl uI

u I' + Every person who well-Informed will want to nee tub r Road 13 at 4 A. M. Monday, that the car 'driven by Wallace I hereby announce 'candidacyfor for election as a.& member of the for District Three, com,,

film describing'' Japan's development Recent Births Sheriff A. O. Andreu reported to- had been reported stolen from J. re-election Commissioner.to the District Office Num-of School subject Board to the from will District of the voters Not 1 ton Klver-Brooker subject to,the Grahimt OHM.

j ; t from a mysterious backward A. Kirk of Mount Dora. They County ber 2, North Starke Precinct subject in- the Democratic Primary May-6 mary In May. As I kin]
fe Insular nation to a modern"tPfi'f Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Franklin day.The colored man was struck by laid Tuesday that Wallace was to. the Democratic Prlmarleen : season 1943. Due and to the the scarcity lateness of of farm the fears myself experience qualified on tht u >i

world power. Cook, March 16, Starke, boy. in automobile containing a Jack still alive. May.I solicit the vote and support labor. I will not be able to makea !If people elected far I better will th endneso. k_|
On Sunday and Monday the Mr. and Mrs. Warren Kelley sonville man and his wife. The of all of the qualified voters In personal canvass of the voters this
honored with election to '
but If
Florida Theatre will show the March 17, Starke, girl. man was enroute to Cross City RULED INDEX CARDS-3x5: said continue District my promising beat efforts If In behalf -'' office I sincerely promise to work Will highly appreciiun
colorful "Song of the Islands" Mr. and Mrs D..1. Monti where* he Is employed on a de- tl per BRADFORD COUNTY of the district and the County for the best Interest of all. the and .support.Respectfully,
I of Bradford County.J.
I tarring Betty Grable, Victor Mature March 13, Starke girl. fense project as a drag-line op. TELEGRAPH., ,at large. W. Mitch Edwards. schools II. MOORE EDDIE 11
t and Jack Oak Ie. Under the

i spell of the tropical moon and In

a setting of breath-taking beauty,,
? Betty .and Victor fall in love to
,i'' the strains of a number of new
1 song hits. Jack Oakle ably handles

1TVP, J ? the Next comedy.Tuesday Wednesday and NOTICE '

} 1 Thursday the Florida will show .. >
t "8undown,"- a highly 'adventurous :" ; ,
iZ' ;film concerning a small group'of I) "y e'

white men,who rule 4 over severalhundredthousand.black.and. '", ,: .
"i '' ; are ,:. t. I .

"' tn constant danger of, annihilation .
.. ..
'.' .J ... ,. ;
? h by seml-savag tribes. Gene '
i Tterney i_ Been as a lovely dark ./

'I; beauty, supposedly'the halfcantwu .'T. F: THE .

+, laughter of> a rich Arab trader ,' fJ
She Is ably supported by a cast J .

including Bruce Cabot George

V Sanders and Harry Carey.


Anyone Included Can Operate Ten Features.; Everything

''c Designs and Materials Approved .

During Actual Air Raids and
Bombing Conditions Abroad

It, 1 5 ,h, ''Approved Blackout For Great Shades Britain .

(; By Is Now
For Your
1 1 Ministry Home of Home Security'Recommendations Office and : Open Inspection

: Of U. S. ,
War .' ,

r t All'),Given In Official Bulletin ', oj iTt..
Prepared By The '.. ........ .
j Chief of Engineers U. S. ."'..: "" .. OO--J. _._. ..,_,_._,_ _._ .. l' '_,'_'_ _._._._ _._ -,_ -.-.- _._,-,_. _._._J_ .":"" 6

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t Estimates given without obligation : "
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Affords -
Against .
Flying GlassJ. LOCATED AT


P. O. Box 118 Phone IS

FOR hou.RENT ekeepln&-". Mrs rooms F. for M. Grit light

j FOR fill.;RENT Graham-,one- Fla.furnished room 2tp EAST END OF CALL ST. AT WELLE..

for light housekeeping. Mrs. T .

p ., J, Mcintyre, 631 West Madison
street. lip

<, WANTED pahta or-socks Clean accepted.cotton raga Bradford No- ,. 1 ....,_ .... .. ,, III ... _J_ .. ..... .... TO U.W T _._".. ,_,_ _._ _, n.a _J.,.,_. ... .a,_ .,_,_ .
"i County Telegraph. U ; '." .

'f 7 :FOR SALE Good used Florence ; ;

n'' .': ,J hot Woodward water heater.-Mn.Keystone Heights.R. ltpA II. ;:, .jar:- Call 'Blanding Center For Further : ;; '

1 FOR: SALJ3-wood range with .

_terback-ID good ,condition; ;
$7.5O. Mrs. E. K. Perryman. ItpFOR. : '

: SAU --Buick farm tractor;
mall portable sawmill; Buick ;: { ;; "

r power plant. Also 2SO: small '

Gf cypress logs. Lanola Links-five Information"t
miles east of Starke on highway -
48. It

FOR SALE-4-year-old gray mare :,- : 't f: : \ : : <
'gentle.-Jeff Lewis Route 2, .
? Starke. Itp "(, ..0.---- ..,- - ... _._' _.J_ .. .. ._ ... .... 11 ..... _,_ _J...... ... ..... .....6., .. .

j $5 REWARD-Very small yer- ,
old Foil: Terrier female. Long

tail long brown ears. White
'k Ir : body. Named Jigger. Notify

Judge E. K. Perryman, Starke

NURSING Fla.nurse with WANTED several by years'reliable ex Itp Formal Opening Wednesday, April Is

t" perience. Old or Infirm people,

'maternity cases, children. Practical
nursing a specialty. Write

Box 431-B, Starke, Fla. 4tp