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 27, 1942
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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[on BLANDING Center for BRADFORD COUNTY. TELEGRAPH Sweetest This Side{ Strawberries of Heaven l:i !'

Official Count Publication Established In 1877 I i iSTARKE. ,



County Officials Soldiers "Swing Out" Imitate Hitler -Distinguished Guests Invited ,. I\ : ;!

Down On Illegal Liquor; As Sunday Broadcast Comes To USOBy For Gala Event Inaugurating 0 ,

Over Week-End Red Kerce I _,_.-,..- _".... -_' '-_.,--w "' .___ ._ Starke's ':
Arrests Last Sunday's 30-minute all. City Within A City' :

soldier WRUF radio broadcast

Ilskey/ cases of one kind. was staged from the huge audi- The Urgent single enterprise to open In boom-time Starke since

came up for diBposl- Coin torlum of the United Service ho establishment of Camp Blanding: nearby begin operation next "

the court of Mayor N. Machines Organization building in Starke. Wednesday, April 1. when Blanding Center "A City Within A City"

right. Jr.. Monday aft- Must Wear Tags There was some swinging and I is thrown open to civilians and men of the service at B P. M. fI \
Thomas charge jamming under that vaulted roof
nes L. City county and state officials and visiting celebrities
possession and sale, 3y Monday and the soldiers and their friends many
turned out when Ted a from Jacksonville, will attend the official opening ceremonies at 9
J y, was released on 925 en masse
ob Garrett was fined By authority of the Mayor andCity Covington, pop u lar announcer,I $ P.M. :
conviction o f selling Council City Clerk Carl ought the microphone right into One of the guests will be John Alsop widely-known mayor of

f A fine of '50 was tmn Johns delivers the following ulti- Camp Standing's front yard for acksonvllle, who did much to put that state metropolis on the map.

Thomaa A. Kanaresge matum to all persona in. Starke his popular Sunday afternoon Our own Congressman R. A. Green, will deliver the principal

of selling whiskey. operating any sort of amusement half-hour oho wproduced and talented I-- address before visiting dignitaries- Rob SntterfleldL. executive aecre

Jenkins accused o f device or vending machine operated by troops from the army tary of the Chamber of Coint t

of whiskey was out on ; by the use of a coin: I training poet. merce, who I III in charge of the

II, while the 950 cash !' Every such mechanical device. Lt. Jack Hanlon former First? Berries opening arrangements said y_
lie Williams chargedsale hat does not have a "sticker" in Yankee network announcer of terday. ,J

of whiskey was es- some visible place to show that Portsmouth, N. H.. was the ma --.;;::: .r'::1 1t. ,.s.." distinguished Gurwtn
the license has been paid by er-of-ceremonies and the show
convicted Monday night, March 30, will was produced and e n g 1 neered Ll ut. .;Jade f,Jlanloa. former Yankee network announcer, and ring{ Good Prices : Other outstanding Florida bust I

Ige persons of violating were the taxi- have such machine confiscated. throughout by Warrant Officer 'Chaplain J. E. McEvry get their head together for an Interview on : eaamen who have been Invited to (;:." I
"These stickers are all Everett Rupert from New Army Morale while the Center opening and ,who are r
James McKeeby ready, up a IIMlbllly band SWUIK out during the tTSO all-
lance. Bradford county's 1942 strawberry Include Edward M.
aid accepting :
Mr. John England .
while L. A. Sul- Monday "giving way.A soldier broadca bore Sunday over radio station WRUF. Srgt.Krnent ,
$10, j
Is mill In bat.ter'
the' license number of Reason! Ball chairman of the board of
and the dateIt larger part the serious
jack Leets were fined was paid" and all a person has side of the 30-mlnute broadcastwas K. Hoch and his orchestra appear In background box warming up for what rectors.( First National Bank of
Jon such a charge. Mar- .rowers think will be a home run acksonvllle Willis M. Ball.
Is to do Is to go to the City Hall devoted to an interview with ;
posted a 910 bond on and get it and place it in a Catholic Chaplain Lt. J. E. Mc- D. Giovanni of Italian descent, with the bases loaded. dltor-ln-chlef of Florida Times-

g and reckless driving visible place on said machine. 3vey, who discussed the morale Imitated Hitler In a rabblerousing Just now about all that growers Union; Mayor N. D. Walnwrlght.r. '

veral were given small If such sticker has been obtained and welfare of the troops in speech on the stage of the have to sell are the "cold .. of Starke: Jack Johnson
ged with disorderly con- and then lost a duplicate training the country over. USO and brought down the bouse. weather"' berries that survived Jacksonville City Commissioner;

may be obtained before Monday, Sgt. Ernest K. Hoch led a 12- ,Even though Lee' made it plain recent freezes, and trickled Into James R. Boyd. candidate for the
Mr. Johns stated. "In'the future," piece band of musical worriers that he'd take a long swing at the farmer's market here at the Second D I a t rict congressional t-

ilg round-up early last continued Mr. Johns, "any machine who ,really swung out In fine the first insinuation of his seriousness d rate of 100 to 130 crates dally seat: Harold Coleo, vice-president
frlff A. O .Andreu and he is a wizard at the imitation t of the Florida Chamber of Commerce *
that la put In without a tyle. It la a shame that for J. B. Gardner, market manager
*oad patrolman Melvin license will be confiscated." military reasons we can't identify i of Germany's "No. 1 Pain In ( aid yesterday that approximately ; John E Icenhour executive -
r, with the assistance of I The Neck." vice-president Orange Lines,
Ernie's regiment hometown and 600 crate!! of berries had been
erage men provost mar- division, but. we can't and any- I Miss Margaret Ersklne ant, brought to the platform so far Ino. and James J. :Murphy, Orange

military police dressed Final Exercises way those Yanks would never Robert Wear, USO leaders who his week. Next week growers tines general manager and In

([soldiers got the goods need an introduction. once they'dplayed. have warmly won the hearts of und shippers alike think the quantity charge of traffic operations.Cost .
for and later
warrants thousands of service men, were and quality both will Im- Over 9180,000
a half dozen more per- At A hill right In the middle of the show prove. The '
this in Lawtey School billy band featured such opening ceremonies Sat-
vhlskey those arrested charges- numbers as the Martins and Mc They together with J. H. :Mclnnls. Recent cold-waves months described -I erfield said will be held on the
o by City Mr. Wear' assistant had a lot by pioneers as the coldest
Coys (those fighting mountain ', patio of Bland ing Center begin-,
Lawtey. March 26-S: :.E. Sparks I boys), and Comln 'round the to do with the success of the srpdtl\ most unfavorable climatic nine at 9 P. M., when Mr. Green'' '
loth of the Hi-Mat, ar- broadcast and the how that followed conditions for Bradford county In
chairman of the Bradford County Mountain in a 2-mlnute portionof will deliver his talk. Others will ;,
a charge of selling School Board delivered the principal the program. Leo (Kid Shorty) ftSunday'e. any years, retarded the growth be called upon to give brief talks.' "
posted a $200 cah address here Tuesday night Balsvert a tenor banjo artist *'"presentation of army of berries. The late frosts killed Blandlng Center 'Inc.i ,a brain f

McKinney stated Wed- when graduating student received was proclaimed "a show within a talent from the VSO stage hereby off all the blooms, and Just now child of two retired hoslaesaipm, .'

ndsey Criffto. arrested their diplomas., show." His Tiger Rag specialtyand WRUP. definjtelyproved,what "" w a new crop beginning 'tO( comeback was built her at a cost lit. ax' ',\i

r charge. la free on a 'XM**, Rp.rirfu,,spok..br..t1y.lon. other ni'r&-'Ccounte4' fora heights In ,popularity a regular -......'" .... "'\ ;:',... > *" cestf of $100,000., It J" on* of tits. t''

Ce' bond;-" fJeitn the theme ,world ,affairs entitling lion's share at the applause. show of this type.vmlght reach if Kid Shorty ,ilalsvert, whip."Tiger &trt Gardner w a Optimistic most complete business-establish" ) ,::4\;\ I t
|put uP' an appearance h subject "Americanism ..Afterthe *broadcast, Pvt. Lee given a half ghance.More about the situation, h?Wever. He ments yet to( be constructed. ) ,
,/ Rag" oar the tenor banjo
1 on a charge'Oft sell- aid that strawberry patcheswere around an''
sine the
: ", army post'
key. Ann Smiley Is In the or'ltlerlsm.Whlch? In part he t- WRUF'v.all-soldler! 'show and almost "snow'' white" with I current national
all charged with the Bale talked ot the world situation as broadcast here Sunday as Ted blooms and that then should bea : hundreds of emergency caused -
(tt is today. He highlighted his Churches Plan I 'NumbersAnnounced training camp to
Ruby Griffis" put up a address with the assertion anwarning < I : Covlnjtton, I GalaeHVlIle announcer. very satisfactory'production spring up over the U. 8.
d of next week.
$100. being charged starting
to students, that regardless brought the "Voice of Florida"Starke. to The Besides being the terminal for "'
possession of whiskey. new crop, with improved
of what "we are called on to Easter Orange Lines, busses Blanding i'
|WIlliams! posted a cash ServicesA i quality should bring better prices..
Center will contain all of the business
selling whiskey.' Carl do in the future; it will be a At present prices are ranging

[ put up a cash bond for privilege not a sacrifice" If the from $4 to (5 per crate, some enterprises expected In a
g whiskey. democratic way of life is to sur full schedule of Holy Week Last week the Telegraph published Roberts To Run what lower than current prevail well-filled city block.A .

vlve. services: was announced yesterday a list of the first 50 numbers nff prices at Plant City and other Complete "City"

Presentation of diplomas was by pastors of the Baptist (applying to Bradford markets In the state. For Instance''; there will be a
Near made by Dr. W. E. Mlddleton Episcopal. Methodist and Presbyterian County) in the latest draft number For Legislature When the new -crops comes In drug store; military .supply store
superintendent of Bradford Churches of Starke. Plan- drawing (men 20 to 44 who there should be a ready market Jewelry[ and watch repair .tore;

County Schools at'the conclusionof ned for every day in the week, had not previously registered! ). ..,... --th.... for' the fruit A Bowling Green dry cleaning establishment and..

Returns the program which waa attended except Saturday the services will The 'following is another list With passing last Friday buyer contacted Mr. Gardner by tailor'shop: shoe repair sHop with
ax by hundreds of local citizen be held as follows: giving Bradford County order midnight' the deadline for qualification telephone Wednesday to assure shine facilities; a concourse with

Monday numbers from SO to 178. For example of candidates for the May him that "lor one of my representatives Western Union; barber shops; Bon

sessor E. W,. Hayea toiled The program which precededthe < Boy Scout Service in the Episcopal if your serial number Is 5-26 primaries, opposition developed I will surely b e In Art photograph booths; newsstands
to personal property address and presentation of Church at 8 P. M. The 111 your order la number 01 in In Bradford's only county-wide. Starke when. the season gets un and other facilities for

o' file returns as required diplomas follows: general public is cordially in Bradford County, and so on down race. derway. He urged Mr. Gardner serving customers.:
1941 Florida vited. the list. Jake P. Roberts local automo- to wire him Immediately when
A bowldrome
Legislaturee with ten modern
Salutatory address b y Billy Tuesday bile candidate sufficient fruit makes Its
dealer qualified as a ap-
deadline Hereare, number
passes April! the : alley. and an up-to-date lunchroom
and the glee club.
Burney song by Union Service of Passion Music: 'for the State Legislatureseat pearance. ,
111 687 89 349 662 239 618 i la adjacent the tAi'loadIng -
Clarice Rosier gave the valedic- appropriate to the Easter Season ; ; ; ; ; ; : from this county to oppose, Mr. Gardner said that auction
d out in previous Tele- tory address and principal I. B. 630; 632; 437; 634; 808; 4S2; 700: platform and the Center.' !
will be held in the Baptist Incumbent George H. In man, who will be held later in the season
rise. through the malls' Cody who plans to> enter the 8 P. M. The Rev. A. E. Light- 40; 442; 266; 264: 272; 665; 77: likewise qualified for reelectionas I but definite plan had not been The waiting room and amuse-
>neon, penalties-for fall- Navy after the close of the ,term foot will be In charge 642; 895; 213; 430; 26; 674; 197: the deadline neared. completed today.Additional ment arcade are all equipped with'
tile personal tax'return Introduced the speaker of the WednesdayThe 689; 128; 686; 146; 81; 804; 260: I services have been a cafeteria bar and open air
(Wednesday will be ..ffeed evening. regular mid-week Prayer 25;' 691; 106; 691; 603; 63; 204: The only other additions to the Installed at the Fanner's Market patio for dancing.
qualifying listen the office
are uncontrolled by Tw'elve'9th students 352; 600; 177; 228 398; 39; 265: I In brief
grade grad- Services will be held at the various Clerk of Court A. J. Thomas this year which will be'of bene- Blandlng Center Inc.,
Hayes. Tuesdays 607; 309; 173: 358; 846; 651; 20: I brings for the f I *t time to
uated from grammer school churches at 8 P. M. were two women who seek the fit to buyer and shippers. The r
941 session created 532;, 339; 421; 133; 161; 697; 836; Starke that
new night, were awarded their Thursday posts of Democratic Executive manager said that both the Postal everything a customer -
among them this one diploma, and will take up big Passion Week Communion will 392; 141; 479; 511; 68; 256; 468; Committeewomen from Bradford and Western Union i telegraph would expect to find in a

quires that returns be- school courses at Starke next also be celebrated on Thursday at 410; 627; 251; 49; 87; 202; 145: county. They are: Mrs. Floy B. companies have auxiliary service modern city'a; variety of stores

1 and April 1. be fll- school term. the Methodist Church with the 667J 84; 284; 405; 497; 344; 810; Sullivan of Theressa, and Mrs. N. there and that a pay-station telephone In one combined center all under
ater than the latter date.' Commencement exercises started !- Rev. G. C. Powell conducting the 609; 164; 24; 538; 8; 638: 100; D. Wainwright of Starke. had been Installed for the one roof.Road.

of failure by property' Sunday night, when to a service at 8 P. M. 387; 310; 223; 275; 158;, 616; 325; use and convenience of patrontiers. -
to 682; 64; 67; 31: 347; 458; 498; .
comply with
the law, large congregation of parents and FridayThe
r cent penalty will be friends the Rev. Forbes Fuller three-hour service of the 153; 246: 635; 829; 858; 360; 694: Air Hero's Parents Mr.. Gardner also has Installed 261 Bids

the amount which the pastor of the Baptist church Passion of Our Lord will be held 693; 282; 507; 423; 439; 641; 648; Visit Daughter Here"If a loudspeaker system which will
is required to estimate preached the Baccalaureate Sermon at the Episcopal: Church this be- 554; 109; 534; 229; 34; 549; 378: be used in paging persons wantedon

(after the deadline passes and the Rev. Herbert Haz- ing the Ume of the crucifixion. 201; 178; 484. we had another son. we the telephone, or for any other To Be AdvertisedAfter

ages said he mailed out zard. pastor of the Methodist Beginning at 1 P. M. there will would Just send him along" said reason. Besides being Installed on
prepared by h 1 I. "office church; 'deUv red the invocationand be seven 20-mlnute continuous Grover C. Goodman Mrs. C. P. Kelley mother of Cap- the immediate market grounds an

all the Bradford coun- benediction.The services conducted by Starke min- tain Colin P. Kelley. who gave extra loudspeaker in also Installed ]- many month of weary

.&see names appear In his 1941-42 term of school of- isters on the seven last words of Buried ThursdayGrover his' life on December T' when he In the service station adjacent waiting I It looks' as if Starke Is

I this fact; and since that ficially draw to a close today Our Lord on the cross. C. Goodman. SI, a car- sank the Japanese warship Har to the market. on the threshold of the realization ..
tried to warn aU new- ending one of the most successful Sunday in Starke. died &t una at Pearl Harbor W. L. Wilson, manager of the fondest
penter living of lta
f the existing laws. year in Its history. Mr. Cody The annual Sunrise Service will his home at 12:30: A. M. Wednesday Mr. and Mrs. Kelley were vUlt- State Marketing System of Jack.
about be held at Presbyterian tonville paid a visit to the local building of an adequate short-cut
60O the
personal prop- who has been Lawtey's principal after an lllnes of only one Ing their daughter. Miss Emmy' .
ers have made returns; for five terms, said that, the attendance Church conducted by the Rev. C. day. He was born in Georgia. Kelley in Starke last Sunday and market Wednesday and discussed highway to Camp Illandlng.According .
. he that H. Allen. This service at with Mr. Gardner plans for the to R. V. Coleman.
mailed out 130 card had been good and come Nov. 3. 1941 a son'of Mr. and Bay to the time of the Resurrection of approaching season. assistant division engineer for the
the remaining numfiles the school year likewise was suc Mrs. Bill Goodman and came to Church."I .
Our Lord and Is therefore a State Road Department who waa !
who have not and cessful. very Bradford County 25 year ago. am proud that he could do
em to co-operate in order He had previously announcedthat significant service. It will beginat On Nov. 3O, 1933 he was marriedto hi. part. was the reaction of his Scouts To Store In Starke Wednesday the Department *
Me the for the 1941-42 average enroll- 7 A. M. was to advertise' for bid ,
penalty falls
Strickland McKinney
Miss Ruby father when asked for a state '
so. ment was between 290 and 300 The regular 11 o'clock Morning at Gainesville. ment. "I don't know any better Salvage MaterialsThe on the hard-surfacing of road
w law prohibits him from students.Mr. 0 Worship service will be held In 261 (out Kant Call street) yes-
He was a member of the Baptist Country or People or Cause for Boy Scout have a building
g a tax return after Cody has applied for anensign's all churches terday. This advertising process
next Church and Is survived by his which to. give one' life. In the of to the
y. and in these commission in the Naval shape a ship Just continue for ten days. Mr. Coleman -
es will have to cases Reserve and possibly will leave Eddie Hartmann Here mother his wife a son, Ray Miss Kelley is an employe at rear of the American Legion hall. explained! after which It
rn make a Goodman of Starke; two daughters Camp Blandlng. Their home Is In In which housewives and others would possibly. be stiff lanothar
on school
persons and busl- here a* soon aa year
ot having closed.Clothinl1Stoien. Eddie Hartmann who has been -Miss Ruth Goodman and Madison. are urged to place their waste ten day before actual construc-
Is actually
reported. To
t, the tax engaged In defense work at the Mrs. Margaret Gorman both of paper and scrap iron. tio nwould begin.Features .
o per cent collector win U. S. Navy Yards at Norfolk Va.. SUrke; and a half-brother. Jesse Payroll AuthorizedA Scoutmaster Rev. C. H. Allen

Y the law.ersonal penalty as re- : has been in Starke for a few Morgan, of Starke. has the use of ,>the City trucks Omitted

weed-end thief brokeInto days and Is helping to put the Funeral service1 knd: burial 120.OOO requisition for the Thursday afternoons and will see ,

be required property'tax each and re- Over the the automobile of a a guest of[ finishing touches on Blandlng Cen- were held at 3 P. M. Thursday at Initial payroll on the BradfordCounty to it that businessmen who have This Week

are hereafter. Hotel which was ter. the Kingsley Lake cemetery with High School project was quantities of tail waste defense
the Magnolia Jefferson street His work at the Navy Yard was the Rev..E. R. Bower, officiating.De authorized late last week materials have it picked up If Because of aa aaa aally large ,
parked on the ing to Information received hereby they will notify Bradford High volume of advertising and local
E- and stole be- doing special wood work such as Witt C. Jones was In charge
Lansing formerly side of the hotel school board chairman S. E. School phone 125-J.: of
Rice worth of installing! booths. cabinets, clipboards of funeral arrangement. Pallbearer news msjiy our regular
Fernandez $300
" b a* seer tween $200 and and the like In the ships were: A. J. Thomas. C. A. Spark The Information was Naturally any residence his feature were crowded oat of lC
to position In B. H. S. wearing apparel bag, found suit cases and built there. He recently helped Khight. A .0..An4reu.( E. K. Per- 1 contained In a telegram fromRegion a large quantity of this materialthe the Telegraph this week. W*
Brownwood. Texas to etc. No clue had been battleship Alabama ryman. L. A. Davis and Fred F. 3 director of WPA. Lester truck will also be glad to will resume publication of thee
hUSband A. 1. Ai- get '
flattened at SCamp Lansing Bowie., no Yates arrest stated made Monday. ready for launching Feb. 11. Stump. M. Marx of Atlanta, Ga. I I pick that up. feature with) our next bane.




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sufficient equipment at the right place. These and IJW Cln:11I'1' ('0"""

The Bradford County Telegraph similar "Ifa" are today' great bottlenecks to the Miraculous Escape From DeathIs France Ca.11Y.COIJNT'W. M. FLOIIIO.\1 I 1(t,

waging of successful war. They are not simply John Au.uetlne Pia,,

a tabUar-a 1877M.BABEFL Industrial problems. They are problems which were Described By Mr. HarrellBy Vase ORDER No 1810.OP 1'10)11', "I" I

: =>r-'a largely created by Inefficiency In government and AND NOTICE Pt'TJLIl'To

FLOrao\PRESSASSOCIAnON\ by work stoppage on the part of labor groups. Red Kerce If AUfIJuatin.STATE OF Pa.ne Ji'LORI, [) "

*NATIONAL EDITORIAL Production chief Donald Nelson has called for 1 _- ,, _, _ _ Sin a. Portellolo
I 0:... S an immensely extended effort all along the pro- Alive In Starke today, and on ed April 6th., 1943.I'eqllired In the to I
E. L. Matthew ______ __ Editor and Owner ducing line n that effort la made, It means that the road to complete recovery.. Is tiff seeks and cause, >vh.u..,,

.4j''. __ -- _-.- -_---- _---- -- -- _-- -- there must be an end to bickering between rival a man whose body withstood 33- : In Telegraph, shall d1vorce pubUob nrldto

e BSCltll"J'ION i KATE unions, and an end to work-weeks which were times the necessary amount of Witness next tour my W.ekly I"n"I

:k Yearly, $1.1:5; Six: Months 91.00- fought for and achieved in an era whose' end began electrical to kill current a human normally being/ required in seal 304..at 144.Starke, l"1..rld.hand .ant IIa4

when Hitler became Chancellor of the Reich. (OPl'"ICI.A.L SEAL
the Florida electric chair: at Ral- A. CI.rk of ) A. I
hbUrd.e4 I Weekly' on Friday and Entered M Sec- There must be an end to waste, delay and red ford's penitentiary. Ch.... R. HSNC laid. Court. I '
Jacklon ,,,
l end Cltum. MattH' at the Port Office at 8U.ke, Y**. tape In the government. We have no time or The terrifying story of how he Atty. for PIE ,...

I4 4 energy for reform for reform's sake. Those are faced death a thousand times atopa __ IN CIRV1TIT CO-( n,.

Take Your Choice Work HarderOr the cold fact high-power light!!ne pole late 4 t COVNTY Classy. FLORI041 IRI I,

Lose The War The American people clearly have a choice. last October with 66,000 volts of 5- 4. r \ ,, 4- Helen Frank Prier L. Darbl&y

will work harder than worked"In electricity racing through his J dant.' Polk harbill'.
-U "America's They they ever CaseApril No. ,
; In a recent Issue, Life spoke of body, was related by the ,victim, ORDER OJl' (
their lives will lose whose loss
That -or they a war AND 'I'IILIl'AT!'
t chronic and catastrophic complacency. V. B. Harrell, 44-year-old power ; NOTICE TO
can have no other conclusion but the death of STATE OF Jo'LOIUDA
what has :
ijtti memorable phrase accurately illustrates company employe, who recently Prier Poik Darbiay I'
told that freedom everywhere. None of the nations which after Street, Qulncy. 61 0
4 been wrong with this country. We were returned to his home here You : h
united with us In this epic struggle have the are reJutred % 1ttIJ
we could lick the Japanese in a matter of weeks, months of confinement In a Jacksonville 8th., Iha
production capacity to turn the scales. The tools hospital. a d Court and cani". abo.,
and we believed it. We were told that the potential tiff seeks lvoOT. wh.r.I
materials and natural of war will come from us, and In ever-Increasing The hair-raising episode was re- Telegraph shall IIradtoli,
enemy was short on raw llbUoh
.. extended offensive quantity-or they will not come at all. We must vealed for the first, time In an In neat four weekly I.ou"t tho
rIJ resources and so wan incapable my hand
told tmpply the bulk of the ships, the tanks, the planes Interview with this reporter who peal at Stark. \o'iorld.and
believed that too. We were .
4 ; and we has witnessed 39 electrocutions in I'l1a'ry 27th., 1942. III,
the guns, the shells and the bullets. And we (U..i<'It.IAI.
that the oceans were, in effect, fortifications which the little grey-walled flat-top at 1IIlAL: ) A. Z'IA.
must supply them now, not In years to come. S Clerk of said ('ourl, \
were certain to protect our shores in any extremity the prison farm near here. 1'. Frank l..andrllm. HI.rk'r 3,11

:f and we alao believed that. And so the It ,Is a._story 0 f "death. that Atty. for PIE.IN -

-w Inevitable happened. We and our government Cause For Encouragement wasn't errecuve," coupiea: wun ('(CIRCUITjMrrv. ('01 II r. DRI
1T terribly underestimated the material strength and the stern determination of a human ... FLUIUIHI n

; striking power of the foe. We thought in terms the This first war rank-General has produced three MacArthur military of leadersof the to survive, come of what the may fact, What Was Left Of The Trousers He Wore Lillian v... Chari"OrdmnndvottDEit W. Tlldonbl'L:

once he was conscious C.se N... teen
: of "n tlonal defense" Instead of in terms of "war.
United States, Marshal Timcehenko of the Soviet that he had lived and virtually '. I "op;
We turned our facea away from the unpleasant trocutlon", while he was transferring [. road to recovery. However, even I AND PtflLIC'A< '
t, facts and dreamed dreams of victory. Only Union, and Generalissimo Chiang Kai Shek of breathed more electricity in a wires on a line that after B months! he Is still weak S1'ATll NOTir OF FLORIDA Tn Pp&
China. The last has a particular distinction in minute than any other person served Camp Blandlng and Bald from the severe shock and burnsof 'v. Tilden. 19 Mill Hlr.ul(10':I."
the American and their ton Long
lately have people government I.land.
known to medical science. New York
'* that' Is the k
he head of his government. as well as its win. high voltage.In 011 are r"qllired
come to realize how hard It will be to win That must have been the reason April 8th. to I
active commander In military affairs. Engaged in his routine of duty the whole story, there is only 1942. In the 1110"
this war-how much work we must do if we are ,. for his I wonderful reaction to ed Court and cause \Vh.relt
that is miraculous
It; is significant that all of these commanders atop one of the llghtpoles his one' thing as as f..ek.d0. l'o,
to escape the fate of France and the other subjugated every effort of expert medical the fact that Mr. Harrell survivedthe Children. Bradford' :
believe In the offensive, and pursue the offepslve. boot spurs slipped in the wood srraph shall :. th" o\tt\
: countries which the conquerors are literally men and the hospital nurses who burn and shock-the fact that .
elide down next four
and his to
body began weekly .
MacArthur of Is IBBU .
course. carrying 0 n what Is attended him hour on end for
slave markets. the electrical current didn't Witness hunt
q using as the pole toward the "hot wires. pass my a"d:
essentially a defensive action-but he four months. Part of that time Seal Stark.
continually the roll In silk sock that he yab Floride. its
It does not aerva the national interest to "The first thing I thought Of, a ., 1943.
: t't minimize the disasters which have befallen the takes the battle to the enemy. Tlmoshenko has he was temporarily blind with related Harrell "was to break my wore on his left foot. (OFFICIAL SEAL) A J'1\\

r won immense victories, which, have cost the,Germans only the constant.vision, of a "red Even though his left leg was A. Clerk of said COllrt. $.,,,
United Nations. In less than four months Japan fall toward the htghpowered T. Frank IAndrllm, tork.t
millions of men, by' use of the ball of. fire? before his eyes. > burned the the ALt '. for Plf.
: ffl, has attained mastery of the Pacific and is moving most daring Believe. In lines. In an effort to do this, worse, electricity I ) _
offensive tactics. And Chiang Kal:Shek for five Prayer he stuck out a wrench held In ran down to the silk and stopped IY CIRCUIT
1' on Australia. She may turn at any minute oak "God answered our's and the COI-BT. 181
years haJJ flung his superbly brave, his right hand. leaving a permanent. ring aroundhis COI1N'ry. PLUIUO"I I I'
k ; India, which Is populated with 29 per cent of theworl4'5 ill-equipped prayers of other good, and sincere leg. CI'1I1.' .
Is rich'ln of armies against the Jap and kept him out of the people," declared Mrs. Harrell It was then that his body be- H..nl& 8lnleton PUWf|
manpower; resources many
The only place the electricity ()raoe Oault Singleton, D"OHDER ,
heart of China.It .
Is' Saturday while I interviewed her came a human dynamo. The Clue No 186*.
q kinds and torn with internal dls en lon. Some entered his body was through his
l Is for that reason that recent changes in husband. Through the sources wrench struck the "live" wire and OP P(' LICATI
authorities expect that Hitler may soon attemptto right hand. However, small spotson ArE NOTICFI To APPEl
the commands of the United States of the latest 66,000 volts of current blasted his
Army and medical treatment 8TATE 010' 'I.oIUDA
drive across the Middle East. If that drive were his back, about the size of a 10
Navy should! the for burns. Mr. Harrell has almost body. The entire palm of his ()*ult Slngl..ton whose re,44
encourage country. Some "super dime. tell the tale of where the Route No,
successful he would make physical contact with 4. iox 8, UuIu
right hand It' splintered like a 4-
conservatives" have been recovered from the severe burns Carolina.
eased '
out. And bolts of current left his
Japan, and the Axis would be In a position to younger, and ton transport would shatter the body. You are required _,
will be able
aggressive men are coming In to apparently againto They are small I 194J hO.: ::
4 destroy vital United Nations' communication lines. top positions. bannister of a hlgway bridge. scars Indicating April 6th.. In ,
perform his duties on a limited where the electricity leaped out, eel Court and cause Hhtrtti ,;
; kt. It Is clear that the Vichy Government, possessor The current raced up his right tiff seeks divorce. Rrailfotdc
basis.The cutting gashes when It did. Telegraph shall
of a large fleet la coming closer and closer to all- Farmers Must Have Tires new method for healing arm and from there sprang out Current Pierced Shoes In next four weekly I...llm.,

out "collaboration" with the Nazis. There Is a severe burns is known as sul- all over him, virtually like a holiday Mr. Witness my hand and t I<
Fred S. Sexauer, president of the Dairymen'sLeague Harrell's trousers and seal at Starke! Florida, its
distinct possibility that the Axis may gain preponderance fadiazine treatment and is directly sparkler. The waistline service underclothing were badly burned. ruary 28th., 1942.
Cooperative Association of New York, recently (OFFICIAL 8BAU) A. J.Tl
derived from In which carried
H of tannic acid belt he an
the world's resources, human and touched I The shirt he wore when the accident AH. Clerk of said Court. >.(u
on the need for giving tire priori. and trl le-dye methods used successfully assortment of iron tools, attracted John J. Ilendernnn 8t
'i rr material alike. In short, the whole picture of the occured, has never beentound. AUf
ties to producing farmers. yln many cases In the the electricity most. Off the 1o'la. Atty. for Plf.l.v .
Evidently it
world has changed fatefully since December 7. was burnedto -
The motor truck i is as eseentlal past. ends of these Instruments, which '
There be shreds. The left leg of his CIRCUIT < oi It r. ret
qr can no question but what Japan and
farm operations as the plow. Most farmers live The new sulfadlazlne treatment pointed groundward, the current cotton-khaki COUNTY F-I.OIIII\| II (
pants was missing
her CKHV.:
partners counted heavily on that "catastrophiccomplacency" a considerable distance from consuming and distributing has been employed by Dr. Kenneth sliced and scarred the man's left when he held them up for a photograph C.' Louise Smyth. Plaintiff ._
of which Life spoke. And so, the L. Pickrell at the John Hop lilake Smyth, Defendant. C..l18S4.
centers. The truck provides the leg.This Saturday. That told part .
,* Job of this country and the other United Nations only kins hospital for several months was the most In-
agency for bringing their produce to severely of the tale of the agony through ORDER OF FrBLICATKil
r Is simply that of revolutionizing our'' outlook market-and and out of 115 cases, only one AND NOTICH( TO APml
.4 : to- jured part of his body. Three which he have
for taking home machinery, feed and other must gone for 'STATE OF FI.ORIDA} til
ward war-and of producing and shipping':. In- supplies. essential patient was lost. .. hundred and seventy-five tiny those brief moments while 66.000 Blake Smyth,. who. reildn

strumenUt of war necessary to make such a ;revolution This miraculous treatment Is one pieces ot.skin were grafted on volts of current played leap-frog 24* OuartermaKter Hcrvln 1
As a result the farm lion Camp Shelby MIMl'You
truck In !
? possible. 'Every'military 'operation baaed 'on' plays a great part which the solutions are sprayed his left thigh and leg at first and through his body. are required to IPPOO

defensive 'strategy' has failed-and In feeding the people of America. In many urban on burns even while treat 90 more pieces of all sizes went Through his gloves and boots April 6th., 1942. In the abon

4 Terrible& bases of men, and 'equipment failed', and with, ,centers produce trucks bring practically all of the ment for shock' of the patient Is on It next. It Is almost impossible -I worn that day there are tiny tiff ed Court seeks.and, divorce.>cause BradforirJ henli

key farm-produced foods that thetpeople must have. In progress. 11\checks the escapeof to conceive this feat unless holes, verifying'the fact.that' the Telegraph shall publish !this '
positions. If we are to win, the war must be I In next four weekly Iwum
carried body fluids, and acts
to the If truck transport la stopped there will be an ex as a cover you actually see Mr. Harrell' leg. current sprang In and out of the Witness. my hand and it
enemy, and carried to him at. the under which new'skln Ibisruary'
can grow. Miraculous seal at
earliest tremely serious food problem In all parts of the, RecoveryOn leather like piercing needles. The 1trrlt.Florid"
possible time. The neW
tid :sulfadl&zln Is far'more
country.The. the right leg dozens of ; whole story adds up to "Impossibility" (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J,Tkf
4 We.could attack Japan's concentrated Industrial effective even than trple-dye pieces of graft-skin were required but it Is true and Mr. As Clerk of said Court. M k|
rationing authorities must bear this herald R. Hart, JacknonvUta I
In treatments
areas from Alaskan or' Chinese bases-If we mind. :Means must be found because It prevents to "patch" a bad burn'on Harrell 1 Is alive to prove It. Atty. for Plf. '

-', ; had enough planea of the' right kind. We could for the of supplying rubber Infection and over severe burns, the outside of his thigh and more lIe attributes his survival to

crack her long-extended supply line-If we had market. trucks which move our food from farm to forms a thin pliable. and trans- were necessary to treat the Inside three things: *

parent film. It.simplifies skin of his thigh and other partsof "My faith In God; good physicians -

grafting too. his body. Much skin graftingwas and the nurses at the RIver-

Merit Examinations Commission, that applicationsmust System Office by deadline date. How It HappenedThe necessary for his right arm. side hospital In Jacksonville, and .

Applications be flied by I midnight, April While an Individual may take incident occured' last Oct. too.All the fact that low' voltage, not
30, about 2:10 P M.
8, 1942. Mr. Harrell of the treatment
seems suc
high electrical
more than is
one power, usually
examination and .
Must Be FiledMrs. "The Intervening period Is so is encouraged to do so, merit sys -recalled In discussing "his elec- cessful. And he Is well on the I the most likely to prove fatal."

short," Mrs. Andrews said, "thatI tem rules require that a separate ,

W L. Andrews, memberof advise those who are Interested application must be flied for each Letter Box V. 'Ivan, 3214 Lens Avenue, Norfolk, In next four Weekly luea.
"the Virginia
District & Welfare Board examination." Witness my hand and official
to obtain application blanks at You are required to appear on seal at Starke, Florida this March
,today warned Bradford County once from the Merit System Office Those who pass the tests will April ed Court 6th., 1942. In the above nami I 8rd.. 148.OFFICIAL. ]
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residents who desire te take the Room 203 SCO W: University have their name placed on registers tiff aeeka divorce. Bradford County Am Clerk of said Court.A. 8-9 3. Thomas 4t 3-87

merit system examinations,. to beheld Avenue, Gainesville. All applications from which vacancies In 27 Toledo Ohio Telegraph In next four shall publish this 'Order, Sam B. Wilson Jacksonville, Fla. RECORDS
Yankee Are O. K. weekly iaiiuea. Atty. for PUt
iti Jointly by. the State Welfare must be filed on these classes of positions within the two Witneae my hand and official Large Assortroqlj

i Board and the Florida Industrial blanks, and must reach the MeritSteelPiercing agencies will be filled, Mrs. Andrews Just wanted to say that I am seal at Starke Florida this March
I now receiving the Telegraph ,g'rFlJtli.: IV CIRCUIT
pointed out. Social work regularly SEAL) A. J. Thomas COt'BT. BRADFOR Columbia Victor'
p a* well as clerical and technical I and surely am glad to be A. Clerk of said Court. 34t S-27 COVNTY. FLOR1DAI- IN. CJLtNCERV. .
positions will be Included in the able to keep up with Starke. W.Attjr.T." for Mayo pit,, Jacksonville Florida R. M. CrablH. Jr.. Plaintiff. va. Okeh
list. Looks like the Army Is taking Its Bonnie Ivey Crabill, Defendant. Decca -
long The two
agencies have Case No. 1881.
rt.! Eye a total of approximately '1,000 toll from there pretty fast. IY"CIRC1TIT cot'RT. BRADFORD AND ORDER NOTICE O> PUBLICATION TO Large Selection of

employees. This Is an A-l town for <"01'NTY' APPEAR
service FLOItlUAl IN: CHANCBMV. STATE: FLORIDA to: Bonnie Clas8ical3 Poputo?
- ,
As the State Welfare Board has men. 'The Yankees are fine! Anabel' Ivey Crablll Sll Channing St.. N.

&;ii .Steel used in vital parts for war machines-planes, tanks ships, an office In every county, and people and treat ,us royally. Had aid c. Slattery.Slattery Defendant.plaintiff I Case va. Ger No. K.,You Washington are required, D. C.to appear on Mall Orders Givel

i'k guns- -must be flawless, because America's fighting men must the Florida Industrial Commission a supper for us Sunday night at 1814.ORDER April 8th., 1941 In the above named Attention
have that are both accurate and I OF' PUBLICATION Court and Prompt
weapons tough. the cause wherein
has Townsend plain
offices all 'over the state, Club and I a t aplenty AND NOTICE TO APPEAR tiff aeeka divorce Bradford County
T I I those who pass the examinations I. of good home-cooked food. C.STATE] OF FLORIDA to: Uerald Telegraph shall publish this Order

: may be able to obtain employment I. Will be here In school for four Went Slattery 147th., whoae Street residence NewYork.is, .New 649 In Wltneta next four weekly Issues. '
hand REAMS
my and official
at home or near home, Mrs. I months and If we make the grade York.You neat at Htarke, Florida this March E. L. ,
I are !
Andrews said. ,.successfully we are rated as petty April
t I I The date of the examination officers third class at $60 a month Court and cause wherein plaIntiff As Clerk of said Court. S4t 3-37' yL.4.
.will be announced :-'0 here's hoping! aeeka divorce. Bradford County ''. Frank Iandrum Stark., Fla.
.1 as applicants I, Telegraph shall publish this Order Atty.. for Plf.
I are" notified of their eligibility to ., Blake Jackson.

take tests.Women. I ..

Church, of GodA

WantedAs revival Is now being conducted SuccessTO
InstructorsIn Wishing
at the Church of God on St.

Home EconomicsA Clair street with the Rev. W. W.

Dykes filling the pulpit. The Rev.
I.The new milliou 'volt X ray 1. Defects In the steel snow up on call to all college Home Economics R. F. Kirkland
pastor of the
built by Oeneral Electric saves X-ray Aim. Therefore faulty mate
$ .precious hour in finding flaws. It is rials are tossed aside before costly majors or graduates has church said yesterday: "You will

so powerful that its rays can pierce hours of machining have been spent been issued by :Major B. C. Riley, do well to come out and hear his

; thick steel castings. on them. State Coordinator of Training for messages. He preaches under the

the State Defense Council. These power and simplicity of God and
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women; whether professionally he and his wife are especially

... J1t : engaged or homemakers good singers.
-tj are badly They also play the
.Jt -urgently-needed to.teach guitar and accordion." BLANDING CENTER

.J Red Cross courses in Nutrition,

Riley said.Special SHEAFFER'S SKJUP INK _

I IA refresher courses will Ft*. $1. .Qts. 91.75-BRADFORD

be held In many places In the COUNTY[ / TRLEOBAFO.
State to enable them to qualify WE WISH TO ANNOUNCE THAT WE ,WILL MAINTAINA


work will be Southbound
volunteer service CONVENIENCE
and will enable every qualified Local due Starke 11:15: P. M CUSTOMERS.

person to make an important con 9:24: A. M. CAMP BLANDING AND STARKE.

tribution to Florida's war-time Miami 10:43 P.. M. HAVING RECENTLY MOVED TO A NEW LARGER

l4 3. regular check-up on pieces of 4. X-ray exposure needed for S- effort. Northbound LOCATION INSTALLING NEW
X-ray film worn on workers' wrists inch-thick steel is ,now :2 minute Home Economics graduates are Local due Starke 6:21: P. M. MODERN DRY CLEANING

s helps guard against prolonged instead of previous 3}$ hours requested to write today direct Jax A: beyond due 6:21: P. M. AND LAUNDRY MACHINERY ENABLES US TO

4 J1 4 exposure to the rays given off by Whole days are saved in examination to Major B. C. Riley; General Petersburg Va.,cI: C RENDER YOU TilE QUICKEST MOST SATISFACTORY
the tube. of thicker .
1! X-ray even castings.General
.' Extension Division University of beyond due ....:!__ 3:28 P.:M. SERVICE TO BE FOUND IN TilE
Electric believet that its first duty .a a Gainesville. Starke and Bell branch 101 ,

good citizen ia to be a good soldiar.Central .leaves 7 A. M. No. 101 arrives

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.: t l SOCIETY and CLUBSTwo At Boxing-Wrestling:Armory Soon !I _0 Political_ .. --- Announcements _

Friday night, April 3, at 8:30: for election aa a member of the
Hostesses Honor Lockler-Williams Members Of Cast FOR RKPHEftK] TATIVH School Hoard from District No. 1 FOR SCHOOL
o'clock, Jimmie Murdock, boxing I hereby announce myself" to a candidate the- subject to the will of the voter* I ... .80DI.'rl. .,,-
for representative hereby
Mrs. Thomson Entertained At Tea In the Democratic Primary. May B, .nnounce
Bradford didate .
Mrs. Sally WllUama Anthony matchmaker and Georgo Romanoff State legislature from 1842. Due to the lateness of the for member of I
With Luncheon County subject to the will of the and the of farm for Dlatrlct Three. IIch. ,,
Lovely announces the marriage of her Mils Sara. Barefoot entertainedat wrestling promoter will stagein voters 'In the Democratic Primary. season labor I will not scarcity be able to makea River Brook.r, Oraha"co"'...
May 8. 1(42. If elected I promise ton subject. "
the Starke two-hour canvass of the voters, to 'T\\
a personal
JIm Charles Darby and sinter, daughter Juanlta Williams of the home of Mrs. Bernice Op- Armory faithfully I to make every effort to but If honored with election to this mary In May. As"tDl"<>'''' ;
: combination boxing and wrestling sea that Bradford County and all / I sincerely promise to work' experience 0\ \ ...
Mra J. R. Walnwrigbt, were Joint Starke, to Pfc. Charley D. Lockler perman Thursday afternoon from program under the, sponsorship of of Its cltliaim receive" adequate office for the best $Interest of all the I r.el myself quallfi. '.h.::
The representation In this important people far to ...
of Camp Blandlng. cere- better .
of Bradford County.
4 until 5 o'clock with tea for schools than
one-thirty a the American if
hostesses Friday a Legion. lawmaking body. elected I bot"
mony took place Sunday March i J II. MOORE) Will ;
f when they gave a beautiful lunch 22, at Lake Butler County Judge members of the cast: of the Junior The feature attraction will be J.Sincerely r. Jake) ROBERTS. FOR SCHOOL BOARD aO.WIIJ highly efldnyw"

eon in honor of Mrs. William J. K. Townsend officiating. Private play at B. H. S. Mia Dolly Dalton, who challenge District N.. t and UPPort. appreciate htr

1tI: Henry Thomson, Jr., who was Lockler Is from Biahopavllle Yellow daffodils were placed to any soldier in toe Armory FOR COUNTY DISTRICT COMMISSIONER 1 I hereby announce myself a candidate Resperfuii"
Miss Marjorie Stump before her that night to wrestle in a one I hereby announce myself acandidate for election as member of EDDIJI: I,
on March 15. 8. C. ,advantage in the living room for the office of CountyCommissioner the School Board from District No. -
marriage .
fall time Mr. Murdock ,
no limit ;: for District No. 1 1. comprising North Utarke and
The three course luncheon was where the guests were seated. said. (Lawtey District), subject. to the Uawtey. subject to the will of the Rationing Heac!
W. O. W. Oyster Supper in Democratic .
voters primary
wni of the qualified
given at Ann and Harry' Cafe. :Miss Barefoot was assisted in The main event, however will this district. Promising.. lrfett.t8O", of May 5. If elected I promise to To Attend
an da color motif of pink and blue The Starke Woodmen of the entertaining by :Mm P. M. Barefoot be the boxing match between Len that I ",,11at all time. work for work for the best Interests of all
the best Inereit of district and the schools In Bradford County.
Was carried out In all the table World will honor and celebrate Mrs. N. D. Wainwrlght Jr., Thompson, a soldier' weighing 145 the county .. a whole. I will appreciate Your vote and active support are L. Williama, Count.
arrangement, larkspur jstatlce General D o u g 1 a a MacArthur's pounds, and Joey Dunne, of Jacksonville your vote and support. respectfully. solicited.LORENZO. ing
and candytuft being used for dec achievement with an oyster supper and Miss Marcia Sparkman. weighing 140 pounds. SlnceT''YiBlackburn.: D. GREEN. Administrator. and th,.

Y oration. The ,hettteaite'prevented after- the 'regular,?buainess Those,,enjoying this delightful Another soldier EddIe Mayhew FOR SCHOOL- BOARD men, of the two county

4 to the honor grjaiik.a-lovely lunch meeting ,'faur.day'! rlipt,'A r1.2.! eVent'weYe: 'K1Mee<-arolyn Green, .will L exchange blows 'If'( t h Carl. FOR/ COUNTY COMMISSION-MR I I District No. t board*-W. p. Smith of
hereby announce myself a candidate
eon set as a memento of the occasion All local or visiting member are Patsy Ken:Nma Bftnep;*'Shirley:'Drab''Of Qreen.Cove 'Springs. DISTRICT 1 I for re-election a. member and O. W. Coluon of
also a corsage of pink J. II. council Colley Clarice Thomas Mary Lee I take this. method of announcln -, of the Board of Public Instruction. B
by Fields
urged will
Johnson. Kathryn Nollman. Fred- On the wreeUIngaide., Sailor my candidacy for election to District No. 1 (Utwteyand N. attend an important
gladioli. commander. to attend. Tiger Marsh of the U. S. Navy the Office of County Commissioner Htarke.. > Subject to the will of the at the
Besides the honor guest Mrs. I die Wimberly and 'Joe Andrews at District Number I, awtey Precinct qualified/ electors. In the Primary George Washingto la
will 'take Jim Cllnkstock an
on subject to the Democratic Election to Be held'in May.
L Jr., Jimmie Crlffl ,Joe In Jacksonville
Beatty '
Thomson there were seated at I Royal Service Program ex-U. S. Marine while George Primaries. In May. I will appreciate Pledging In return the same Sunday
the table Mrs. Darby Mrs. Wain- Joe Lander Ralph Dudley and the vote and support of the courteous services I have rendered Representatives
In person will wrestle
Held By W. M. S. Bryan Harrell. qualified voters In my district In tbe past your vote and, support 14
Mrs. Chas. H. Mrs.
fr wright Alien Jack Gore, soldier. promlaina if elected to give my will be highly appreciated Florida counties will
Fred Guy Mrs. E. L. Matthew, Monday .Afternoon best services to my district. and Respectfully; I al'-'
Mrs.. Orady Baggett. Miss Frances CHURCH DIRECTORY OF the County it larce. 3. 8. (Buddies) NORMAN. meeting Mr. Williams .taut
P. D. Reddish.
Peek, Mrs. Glen Wood. and MISS The regular Royal Service program SERVICES 'New Job For label "We will likely ?(: ??

Hope Haynes. of the Baptist W. M. S. was FIRST BAPTISTRrr. FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER! FOR ftCHOOI BOARD tlona on_ the general
4 held In the Church Annex Mon- A. B. ll ktfs t. Past** L. R. label partner of J. M. Ul. To The Democratic Voters of I wish to announce that I will program with
day afternoon, with 20 members see Ji. W..t."attest Edwards in the Bradford Engineering .. be candidate especial
a for the
W. M. S. Executive Com. County ComM1 alori r"Dlatrlct Number office of to "
Church School A. M. Mr.
to sugar.
present. : Co., left Starke recently to Z, oomprlalnaPrecinct Number member of the Board of Publlo Instruction Winiami _
Morning r.rer.PM. 11:00. ,:' A. M. accept a position with Charles Two (North Stark): from District '. compris ing designated at tbe
i : The Executive Committee of the Mrs. L. G. Powell led the devotional Evening B. T. U. "Worship: :00 P. M. I am taking thin. method 'of announcing i ing Hanvpton. ,Graham, Brooker as the "Tire
Rlchheimer: of the engineering and New River. Rationing
my candidacy for County 7 If honored with BOIrt
Baptist WJ. H. S. wilt inset in the' reading Acts 10:1-20: Wednesday Worship 8:00 P. M.
I firm of Brewton, Reynolds, Smith Commissioner of .District NumberTwo re-election I will continue to per" Increased In scope to
iA !*If Church Annex Monday afternoon the theme being ."Justice." Mrs. subject lo your vote In tb. form my' duties in a business-like cars : and
FIRST METHODIST and Hill In Miami. Democratic Primaries In May. manner and give my' time and re-cap sugar &IIf
c'iv March 3O at 3 o'clock. The A M. led the
reg- ; Darby president .Rev. O. C. ..w.1.. ....... Mr. Edward; that this Believing that my peat' ..sp.el.nc. ..n.r.to the- fllrthe. up-bulldlns no doubt embrace ot'e r
u I a r monthly business meetingwill'be prayer. 130 N. Vawrefc Street explained of eight year In this capacity of our school Tour vote and continued later on, Mr. Wllliama.
i r, held on same date at 3:30: The Church School 10:00: A. M. was only a temporary arrange- from 1933 to 1840' Inclusive support will be appreciated. & .
following program was then Sunday Worship 11:00 A. M. ment that business had been bad qualifies me for this Important of- O. C.: KELLY.
1'nTffT P. M.GriffisFrith. presented by Circle One of which Young People: 7:00 P. M.: tce' I am respectfully solicitingyour
Mrs. Powell is leadertymn"Aierica Kvenlnsr' Worship 1:00 P. M. recently because of such unfavorable active support and vote.
: Wednesday Worship (:00 P.,M. weather for concrete work If .do" promise to a-lve to
} the Beauti the people the dlstrrct and the
and building In general; that Mr. county-at-larart fair and impartial WEEK-END: SPECIALS

On March 21 Sidney GrlffU of ful. R.ST.... MARK'fl Fred Yerhea.EPISCOPAL, ......* label had an offer at such a "tab- service, '-L. L. CONNER.

t Starke and Annie, :Mae, Frith of, "The Thing. that are 3u. ."- Hoe N. e....... Street ulous salary" that he could not ,
4 1 Lake Geneva Mrs. L. O.i Powell. Church.School 10:00: >> A. M. resist it; and :that when business FOR .COUNTY COMMISSIONER! G
secure: <$,; ?marriagelicense '' Runda, Worship* 11:00 A.' M.. DISTRICT 9
4 and were quietly-thIrtild: ,"I JusJ.loe i In 'Ame lca"-Mr. o'Sunday:Bvahlo*; 7So 'P., M.- reached :normalcy, in the summer I hereby announce my panctldacy Y'sMarke.

v by,County Judge E. K. Ferryman. Paul"The Raymond.Path of Holy Friday Days. lOtOO 7:30 A. M.P. .M. Mr.: label would', be back In County for re-election Commissioner to the District Office. Num-, of

Appreciation"Mrs. Starke. bar S, North Starke Precinct, subject PHONE 159
J. I.. Llnaln. FIRST! PRII'BTTE.IA to the Democratic. Primarl.an WE DELIVER

"The Path of Love"_"Think a...948.. Cka Nr*.*h H.Cfc tiles.rry ._...t.r Mrs. F. H.. Long la having her I May.solicit ths vote and unpport BANANAS

_AIR_ CORPS_ KATE_ Justly, Act Justly"-Mrs. R. H. Church School 10:00 A. M. residence at 403 North Walnut i aid of all District of the promising qualified It voter elected In Lbs -----,..-------_ &
Sunday Worship 11:00
A. M.
Cox. street painted which adds greatly to continue mjr beat effortfl In behalf :LEMONS Dozen :
Senior CruMde
1:00: P. H. of district, -----______ ..___ 1&
the and
t the County
Prayer-Mrs. A. E. Llghtfoot. IntermedIate Youth large.
The offering totaled $8.51. and Evaninar Worship 7:00 P. M. W. Mitch Edward No,21.2Ci

It was decided to add this ST. KDWARO'S- CATHOLIC Mrs. F. H. Long had as her TABLE,PEACHES, Halves _______ 15

amount to the offering of Week R... Tfc_ X Marpkr. _.... guests Sunday her son-in-law and FOR COI7VTY COMMISMOVER COCA-COLA 6 Bottle
'1'...... UfsTRICT S Carton ___ 23c|
Of Prayer* for Home Missions.ThebenedIction Early Man Ausse. daughter Dr. and Mrs. Bryant S. I wish to announce my candi __

was said by Illvla 9:00. Srrrlem A. M. Carroll and children Cornelia and County dacy for Commissioner election. to the of office District of BESTMAID RELISH SPREAD, Qt. 19cl

Mrs. R.A.. Thomas.U. Sunday Mac. ':00 A. M. Bryan, and her daughter Miss Number Three, South Starke Precinct -
Week Day Ma-.n 8:00: A. St.nospli Lola Long all of Jacksonville. ,. subject to the will of thevoterS STRING BEANS, Can --------1 10t|
in the Democratic Primaries
D. C. Will Meet ,. TABBR1VACI.H In May. I solicit the active.. support -
N p. med Mr. J. T. Q.IgI.y ".......ra RULED INDEX CARDS-3x3! ; and the vote of all qualified.

The W. T. Weeks Chapter. U. /Friday Sunday 8 Service.rvlc. 7:30 7:10: P.P.M.M. .1 per BRADFORD COUNTY 'voters If elected In said I promise dlatrlct.to continue MARKET SPECIALS

Th ParatroaMlaa4 an a eaks Dowh D. C.. will meet Wednesday April _TELEGRAPH to give my beat effort. to the In-
U .. K.t.bek..'lritla RUMJO&D I, at four o'clock In the afternoon. israeL of District Three and the

Basin Fowdarl_Ramford's bees aI. ,at the home of Mrs. R. A. Green County at larre.' J., L. WYNN. FRESH COUNTRY PORK-
I. baking-aa/sty aura wttti rood
p cooks for 80 ,..... Ha slum-..*.r on North, Walnut St. Callstreet Ham Half Whole Lb.
!..... a bitter tasts. ntBKi ITBW Carolyn .: .
booklet containing tosss .l tnUht DISTRICT 4
Ideas to lift jour baking t. newMUMs. :, : To the Voters of County Cornmiesloner Roast, or ,Stew, Lb., __ ___ 23c

'V Address Bnmiard.. Bea X, MANUSCRIPT COVERS-*] '_ _" Dlitrlct_ .... Number_.__......_._..Four_....4_, Ribs Pound _____ 25c
Kmmtord Rhode J. .... per 100-BRADFORD COUNTY r rTELEGItAPH. Thereiisa-- --- Precincts uno. u ___________'____
: I
hereby an-
i Well, folk .,Are you all'set his master leftMiami flounce ltlndtcru for' election Back Bones Lb. ___= __ 25c
an' came to the : Commis _______ __
i: for the gala openln' of Blandlng to I Stark; to his new sinner District Numb Pent ,."!>- '
.9PO, up Square Cut
Center Looks aa If it'll be Jewelry store ject to the will of the Voters In Chuck B5ef t.'Lb. ..2&
Duke whined
\ the Democratic .
I1i Primaries
THIS CAN BE the biggest event to hit town in an' cried incessantly'. Finally If elected I promise to continue In May.to
many a moon Doubtless has went a' give my bPAt efforts. to the office.
on hunger strike
& cost plenty of of an' lost The vote and active support of all Good !
&tiV ,GG Expensive for you- *peclslly if thought, plenty people of worry plenty(and Things three pounds went from In a bad week to preclat.d.'T.voter In the District will be ap STEAKS Tender

you're th.t "local m.n." Protect plenty of dough) But now until Monday when Mrs. worse C Chastaln. ROUND

your horn and your wrings by that it's a reality let's forget all i gave In an' wired "Papa"Drucker(the FOR COrVTY: COMMISSIONER: Pound ____________ ___ 35c
that and 'to DlftTIUCT It
It the T-BONE
having good Automobile Insurance. enjoy utmost name that 'Duke affectionately I hereby announce my candidacy ,Pound ______________.. 45c
Congratulations to
everybody knows his master by) that shean' for election to the office of County
who had any part In makIng this the pooch Commissioner River of District Five, New SIRLOIN, Pound _____________ 39c
were packln' and
CHARLEY an' Brooker
ir1qi' E. JOHNS, Agency dream come true! .: catch In' the next train .up. So voters to. In the the will Primaries of the Precincts.Democratic In BUDJect I- Palace Breakfast Bacon, Lb. _______ 29c
119 East Call Street May.
Starke, Florida Monday night they arrived safe solicit the vote and active support
Telephone 13 J Seems that Uncle Sam is con- an' sound an' Duke has regainedhis of all the voters I. the district,
tinuing to Invite nice promising if elected to continue
our to
; appetite an' that ole gleam In give my best efforts. to the wel ,-
Kepreaentln*THB TNAVCUEM. Hartford men-about-town to accept his bed his eye fare of the district and the County '

U and board Inman Green (No. at lar... Chops, Pound ________________ 48c
;5qt 178) received his bid last U. O. Harrell.
I 3 Hear Bob Sotterfleld made a i Roast Pound ..___ 29c
4! and expects to report in June __ _ ___ __
hurried FOR
NOWOPENA&A I g trip t o LJmoaa (below SCHooL BOARD
Artie Schneider an' Joe Robin Dtatrtet Ne. 1
,v, ?U ] were in Jax tother I Tampa) to buy the brother of the I wish to announae my candidacy
C day see
3 a little pup his dotter, Mary. lost VEAL, --
Luncheonette ] man about joialn' the Navy las' week The,new pet is home have his hand full. I Imagine, Cutlets.
8 Seems that* Artie 1.1: doln' a little an'' doln' fine after a check-up by but know hs'll do .the Job VP Pound' _____________.. 45CChops c

i. 1 At The Park theatre ct :3i i .ehoppln." Hear before Jack he Marvin take spent the oath an G'ville vet Bob Was takin'no !short brown "We all had to get Pound ___, ____________ 49t
chances this time haircut and should
] Hear you see
<< ,C l Interesting week-end plckln up Marjorie Stump*' Thomson has mine! he moans Understand FRESH PAN. SAUSAGE, Lb. .;;____ 20e

I' TRY OUR TASTY PIES AND g gy lI I soldier bitchhikers'and' oblig- already lost that gorgeous hat she' Capt. Owen Olffin la still with the FRYERS Dressed Pound 32c
t ingly goln their' way Very was married ,In las week Dixie too an' is now Assistant __ ,____ -
SANDWICHES g accommodatin' chap, I'll say Left it .on the bus between Monti- Adjutant,General .,. Don't know -

ki ) ] cello an' Starke "Mos' be- whether to congratulate or console -

NO DEER OR WINE $, tD: c:i., ,If'there's your appetite needs perkin' comln hat I ever, 'had," Marj hlm.'wftb all that, added. responsibility FREE. COUPON
c : up a treat in store when
moans Oh well.: love is noted Anyhow, .we're
J S2S25Z5&Z Jlyou,, try "pig In &, !anket") as for makin' people absent-minded- glad to be able to basic la all this WITH

U bencoct.edby *NIclc.'Strav.lanos of Isn't it? .,.. refUcted f glory.' ) >.vl4, ? \Stsrkfi J. .EACH $2.50'ORDER WE WILL GIVE YOU -

t' I.- 4' the Park Cafe '. ., After a lot ofpersuasion ..,.a '-'':' =.Jrj_.... -,-' really proud 'ot her/;von*,who,are COUP.ON.'THISCOUPON: AND 25c ENTITLES YOU

,'Nick finally consentedto Nice 'addition to the USO-go- doln' their bit to ax the'Axis '. TO A $2.75 PORTRAIT AT THE ,

.1r. I I give me the recipe. an' here 'ttajuto' lag set: Sparkling vivacious Says your ,,(buy Defense Bonds) B O-N -A'RT STUDIO

r.I. ( in case you're a home-body Irene Matthews sec'y: at the -carolyn.

an' want to try the 'dish in your Coca-Cola plant Plane Spot.

own kitchenette): 2 Ibs. beet ting Dept.: The pilot who's been

I 1 lb. lean pork 1.2 bunch celery. whisking the tree tops around

1 onion 1 green pepper. pinch of town lately is friend of Mar- .

garlic Grind ingredients to- guerite Deyorlo's from the Jax Announdng

STARKE FLA gether and mix with 4 raw eggs Air Base Beverly (Cady)

season to taste with salt an' Blackshear leavea today for

l pepper .. bum chicken broth. "Deep In the Heart of Texas" to

PROGRAM WEEK BEGINNING MARCH X9 if available If not use water be with hubby Jimmy Hear

______. ,__ Scald green cabbage leaves Evelyn Stump is get tin* long distance A New Pick-up & Service

Sun.. Mon., Tues.--Mar.39.: 30 31 an' roll servings in them telephone calls quite regularly Delivery

"Blossoms In When you get through eatln', roll from Camp Bowie .
The Dust"With yourself under' the, table! Seem that W. B. SeweD Is expert -

; Oreer Carson and Walter PIdgeon 'Swunnerful 0' at growing other thing besides .

,- bank deposit .-. His pansy ALL REQUESTS FOR LAUNDRY AND DRY CLEAN-
1 Wed. Thur*.-April 1. DOUBLE Spotted an' bed Is ING
-V FpATURB Jotted: Glen Wood a thing of beauty. PICK-UP SERVICE RECEIVED AFTER 9 A. M
No. : now a drtver-ealwman for the C
"Bombay Clipper"With Starke. .Dry Cleaner Seem Interesting Ideal WILL BE ANSWERED AFTER 2 P. M. AFTER 2 P. M

,j William Gargaa the ,Urt'alK>rtage klnda'cramped Halle pas tin' all the Mrs.cards W.an'G. REQUESTS WILL BE ANSWERED'THE'FOLLQWlNG,

;, No. 2-"The Get Away" 'the*B yle-off; 'hW,:"4#>U' r'Jrfsor-" note of sympathy received dur OW1c;. J' -

With ance job Bill Clute an' Marcus, ing her recent Ulnes into .
Robert a big >
SterlingFrl. *' **
Brown *
lookia' over the new scrap-book:: ". A grand total of ; '"' *

Sat. houses recently buUt in Starke >93> good wishes t Mua be wun- ., THIS NEW PICK-UP AND' DELIVERY
-April X DOUBLE FEATURE Lookout, folk. We aerial ,
might to have 10 many friends SCHEDULE IS NOT FOR
', ; No. "Charley Chan In Rio" get those house yet Mr*. 'N. Hear Mayor Noon I 18 workln' TO CONSERVE BUT
Walnwrlght DURING
) beautiful as substitute THIS
With Sidney Toler p. 0. clerk at Camp .
display of spring flOWerS' makes Blending BIU Stone of Archer ;;; NATIONAL EMERGENCY..

No. 2-"Last of The Duanes" you.take a new taue on life (who ha .frequently visited here

'. With George Montgomery Ifal Edwards probably longln to with his.aunt. Mrs. K. J,(. Davis, YOUR-. COOPERATION
two people what with BIas.ding and uncl\,Albert Anderson) was WILL BE GREATLY

MIDNIGHT SHOW SATURDAY Center about to open an' among the first troops arriving In ,. APPRECIATED
APRIL 4 bavin' to spend so much time >.1 &! .'
In Australia .
"Dr. Kildare's Wedding Day", the woods with his. ,turpentine -

''tL WIQ4 lAw Ayres Lionel BarrymoreON crew Jimmy Peek back: In A. W. ADd 'raoa write that

; : I ON Tern $TAG.i1 !:._ the bank after a few-round with everything I is lovely at Camp I Starke' :
Kidrm. Dry Cleaners
Rainbow;Ranch Girls Bowie,. -.au heat' Uth.an18 Laundry

'nssryhhg .. Sn r,*.trea* .
lU '
Dog 'Storyi ?gmnhd Drucker's I,Iflttng" the Dixie: Dfv., Hq. 06.'&AeI II I '

Boston,.bull. Duke Jr., has been I I MP Co.. were combined. and A. &one,28. Starke 'FIondPAGE .1'
t p awfully ione.a.'In"-bla."Wince I IW.II'' ,: lertt ( ,
,( ; OI'. ,', '. 'Should! .




r BITS of LOCAL NEWS I India's HopePrime Associate Engineer Couldn't Find A Home I lUll OHDKU> NOTK'H OF" PITBL.1CATIOWTANI TO APPEAR .

So He Came Back With A TrailerFour STATH OP FIxmiDA to: Jobnnl. I
C. Field. whose residence l I* Un- I

McKlrmey was a I Mrs P. M. Barefoot Mrs Bernice Dr. Purdon Murphy moved of the five defense projects works and sewer projects within known.You are required to appear on .
E. Opperman and Miss Sara eight to ten months" May 4th., 1142. In the hove naet..4 '/' S
Tuesday from the in
visitor Tuesday. garage apart- the offing for Starke are Court and CRUX, wherein plaintiff 4
Barefoot were In Jacksonville ment of Sheriff A. O. Andreu to L2y now actually under The Mr. and Mrs. Hoch are from seeks tllvorvu. Itradfonl CountyTelvirrnpn l
cloth Tuesday.Mr. a room In the home of way. shall publish. this order
ladles T. Frank school St. Petersburg but he has been In nest four weekly iMaueM.Wltimmt .
the health
ylteratlnss center and the
119 Call SLL Landrum.L. operating out of the Atlanta offices my hand and official. n..aj f
A. Keene water works extension projectswere at Hlarke, Florida. thin March. al th.,
.and Mrs. A. E. McKinney for sometime. They came to 1042.OKirtriAI.. I
was trans- spent last Sunday In Jacksonvillewith M. Gaines, who Is a "studentat begun March 9, while the Starke from Atlanta March 6 and { SEAT.) A, J. Thomas. y

lnete Haynes I n Jacksonville Mrs. McKlnney'a brother I. the University of Florida In t$ ,, actual laying of pipe for the began looking for a place to live. O.Am A.Clerk Strphenn.of mild Court.Jackaonvlllo 3-T 4t, 4-11 FlavAtty. 1 i
Gainesville, spent the week-end for 1>1f. .
H. Hazen. sewer project. began Tuesday of: Finding no place nearer than ,
here with his mother. Mrs. A. H. 'a. this week. Gainesville or Jacksonville they '
I m rmrriT CAI'MT.
L. Alvarez and mpentWedneeday Mr. and Mrs. Larry Baas of Johns, and Mr. Johns. L. C. Hoch associate would not be outdone, but went to rot'MTY, FLOHIUAl IN! CHAM..
In regional ('tH 1'
their home
In St. Petersburg and '
Jacksonville spent Sunday afternoon Henrietta I.. Plaintiff.-'
engineer for the Federal Works Commander
here with Mr. and Mrs. William O. L. and :Milton Jordan have came back: in a beautiful new y... Luther H, Commander p..r....
the division
Ie. returned to their stations with Agency southeastern trailer which they bought for dant. Cane NO. 1.39.OHHEH .
of Baxter., the U. S. Navy after, spending a with headquarters in Atlanta, their home. OF PITIIHOAT1ON i i
Merrill Struth Ga., Is on the grounds in Starke ANI NOTM-K Tl> APPKAIt .L.' ,'K
urg week-end here Sheriff A. O. Andreu waa In short leave with their parenta They are now comfortably housed -I STATH OK 'IAHUUA to: Lutber,. .
,nt the Mr. and :Mrs. W. T. Jordan. having supervision of these four R. Commander, whose r..ldence la
and Wednesday In their trailer-home on the .
Vi.( H. Struth. Pensacola .Tuesday projects, as well as that of the Unknown. -.I: r.
grounds of: the Plantat You are required' to appear on. .
,attending the State Sheriffs City Light I
:Mrs. R. R. Prevatt fire department which will be May 4th., 142, In the above namml I
brought an
Le Lanler and Miss Convention. P started at an, early date. It la the corner of Call and Water Cuurt and ".u...., wherein plalntWC./ iKeeka <> ,
egg into the Telegraph office Fri > .
the streets. "This Is our first experience divorce. Bradford County ,,;<
I "
spent Mr. Hoch's Intention of
loppenaan remainingin Telegraph shall this Order ,
of publish
day unusual size and shape In ''trsllert'' .
I Valdosta, Ga. Military alteration and repairs. Starke until the completion:: of living a' he In next four .....lIly .InnueH.. '. '
about 3
weighing ounces and laid : a. said. WltneHM my hand and official mel '
-Mrs..pAvj Kewnv 119'Call'St.- by a Rhode Island Red..hen. these Jobs. I .at Starke. Florida, thla March X&th.. '
....... JA:: I
o* Jackson- M. Chvrchlll. has "The health center should be Ml. J JOFFI'iAI.
tf Il Brlgg pledged damlniea status for India iv: nnri'iT COI-HT. RHtIWOHD ( SEAL) A. J. Thom"
the guest Tuesday pfMr Everett McKinney student in Harold Bishop spent four days the and anaeuoed ready within 90 dAYS" Mr. Hoch 1 rOIIKTY. FLOHIUAl: THAN. A. Clerk of said Court. 1-17 4t 4-It f
following war ('ERY.Alhert O. A. Ht.nh.nn, Jackaonvllla, Finn, 1'!
AdkInS. Ga. the ;
Z. University spent stated while
A. Emory Monday the school .
Spring here with his
holiday parents that bis ranking aid Sir Staf.rdCripps If. Mercer Plaintiff ... Atty. for pit. ,
week-end with his, father and Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Bishop (above) weald g. .e India project should be completed within Mary. Mercer, Uvfemtunt. Case No. uu: .1
GrIffin and Ira Shep- mother. Mr, and Mrs. A. E. Mc- and returned Monday to resume as aa emissary. Crlpss Is popnlar six months and the water 199(. 1V: rinri'iT ;;;;;;... sRADrONi1'' 1/
L trip.to Kinney.A. his studies at .la India for ... known sympathy onnEn OF ptmurATTOM a business .. Kmory-at-Oxford ANn NOTICH TO APPEAR "EM Y. 0,
for the lodlaa aaUonal ; '
Monday, afternoon.: Ga. STATE) OP KLOU1HA to; Mary Jones, Plaintiff, va. WH'i1"llairt.T.
f Z. Adklns, Jr.: spent the past probably the last Sunday In Ueorgta Mercer, whom. .tIdr.... if. Alma. Jones, Dafcndant. (?a.. H.*'> 1'

OEO. H. INMAN forLel8Iatare.AdV. week here with his parents. Judge Mr. and Mrs.- F. A. Scott returned Panama AprU. You are required to appear on 1,44.ORDBR OF PITTILIOATIOV 't'1"11' '
or .) and Mrs. A. Z. Adklns. '''He will home Inspects Everyone Is cordially Invited to May 4th.. 142. In the abovn nnm.d ANn NOTICR TO "'.'PIiJAnT
Sunday Court .and caunr, whcrotx plaintiff STATE OK KIA>IU1>A tot William j
attend all services of this
church .
retura..Sua4sy, to the Citadel In from. Winter Garden where they reeks i dH'Oriv.,from Mary Uorcnr. Jon.M. whnNA residence la emrm
Charleston, S. C.' and especially the Easier season. Bradford County Telegraph shall tit; Cadtla. Parrlxh H.alth Cllnlo.
visited 'I
and daughter their son and daughter. publish thin Order In nut four .
I. Green On Palm Sunday March 29th the Hhr.vcipurl. Ixmlalitna' ; ;
Phillips in-law Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur A. weekly Uiiuel.WttnftM You are required to -appear on
Mrs. Simeon choir will sing the traditional my hand and official eeal May. (lb.. 194J. In th. above nnmml- t
esday In Jacksonville.lltan Friendshere of Dr. S.. P. Van- Scott. Palms," and the pastor will at Htarke. Florida, this March 4th., Court and cause, wherein plaintiffi ;
1 94 .. '
divine are glad to hear that he a .okadtvorc. Bradford County '+
preach at the morning hour on (OFFICIAL SEAL) A..J. Thorn... ",.v"
Tol.craphnhall publish thl. Ord r ,
[ is spend- has cabled hU wife from Australia Mr. and Mrs. I. P. Shepherdwent A. OUrk of 4
Sternberg The Day of: Palms," and at the said Court. 1-1'74t 4-11 In noxt fuur weekly I issues. '
fceek In Daytona Beach ,thai he'Is well: For sometime he Monday to Monticello to K., K. ferryman Atty. for rif. Wltn.KH my hand; and: official -.a| .':
evening hour on "Nothing but '"
I breUler''Dr. Sam Stern- ,was stationed' Java.: visit his mother and to Chatta- Leaves. The morning worship iv enterer COURT. nntitronn :."tarke, Florida this March 1Mb,. "I I ,1'
hoochee to visit their son, Jack .. (' !1XTV, P" HIOA| IH CHA.T.!' I (OKFICIAIj 8FJA T.) A. J. Thomas
starts at eleven o'clock, and even. ('EHY. A.
Clerk of said Court. -IT 4t t-11
Harry T. Baker Area Secretary who is a patient In the State Ing worship at eight Wm. T. FI"'Ula. Plaintiff, ".. John. I W. T. Mapo, Jacksonville. 11'11\0. \ '
nl. C. Fields, ,
Hospital.L. Defendant. Cue No. Atty for l'If, I
of and Navy Depart
I B E.: Lightfoot and daughhave the Army y
[ returned from aPI ment"of the Y. M. C. A. (USO), 6t7P -.
O. Pfaff. of: New York president
in Atlanta Ga.
visit with relative In'or with headquarters ,
of P. S. Stores, Inc., is in If
was in Starke two or three days '
this week on executive matters Starke assisting the local man < ; j
ager, Charles Partner! in the alu-lallon.s :
CEO. H. INMAN.'fordv. relative1 to the work. of'the. local C.ong.r t
1 .-( .) unit. opening Blanding of Center.'.the new P. S. store.In .

Col. and Mrs. Wells Stump will s' ist'O S4

URANCE ANDBONDS spend the week-end here as guests And .' ?

of his brother and family Postmaster -

and Mrs. Fred F. Stump, Secretary .f War Henry Stlmson. I!
on their return from Miami to left and LJenL. Gen. Frank Andrews SI"jI
AROLD[ C. WALL AGENCYConstant their home in New York City. commander of Caribbean de jI t
fence command, shown after landIng -
The Best I
at a military airport somewhere Of Luck t
Mrs. William Henry Thomson, la the Panama area daring SUroson's I

Service Over 50 Years Jr., spent the week-end here with Inspection e* canal defenses : i ial
her parents Mr. and Mrs. F. F. by air, beat and aste.Baptists .

Stump, and Sunday afternoon returned o ; ', '
Phone 146 StarkeAttention to Monticello to resume '
teaching music in the public ;
school. 'BuyHammond OrganAfter ToBLANDING :: :

Mrs. L. A. Canova and two ,. I ,

sons. Levy Jr., and George were seeing the benefits of: an 'I

In Tallahassee! Tuesday and Wed- organ when used In worship ser i al I i f

nesday visiting :Mrs. Canova's sis vices the Starke Baptist church

!ivilians ters. :Mrs. George C. White, Mrs. voted enthusiastically Wednesday NTERJ II II IIJ7oriJa I IM

S.Marshburn.P. Vandlviere and Mrs. E. R. night to purchase .the Hammond : i fill' I'

A organ which has 'Jttcn'.ueed recently i

Tom Rltch; who has been here as a courtesy ''of the F. O. '

THE STARKE-BLANDINU/iTATLORS visiting his'' mother. Mrs. Carrie Miller Company In Jacksonville.The : .
H A V E A COMPLETE ALTERATIONAND litch, and uncle and aunt, Mr. :
and Mrs. T. J. Griffin returned plans proposed by the R

REPAIR DEPARTMENT CATERING Monday to Atlanta, Ga., where be committee of which Mrs. L. A. & Ritz JltealreJ .

TO THE CITIZENRY OF STARKE resumed his studies a t Emory Canova 1s chairman, call for an '-I r; "

University.Mrs. "an out" effort to pay for the
All Work Done By Professional of> r
instrument In cash. A special day
Louise Harper of Atlanta
will be set aside, for this purpose \ : ri
TailorsLET Ga., has accepted a position with .. .
.. .
the Western Union and will serve 'J'
as branch manager at the new i
Blanding Center. Harper
GARMENTS YOU NOW II A V E PUT has taken a room at the residence .

,ASIDE BECAUSE THEY JUST '"DONT of :Mrs. E.. J. Dowling here. I C

FIT. VOTE for GEO. IL INMAN for d'',..
the State gislatureAdv.) ",. I'
Mrs. Nina Probette. formerly "
[arke Blanding Tailors supervisor of the WPA recreation M :

project in the local American CLASS OF VICEV EST ERN SYMBOLS rl ;

.Prince Opposite..Park'Theatre Legion Hall and now engaged In ;
similar work in Water Works DI-D.y Letter 'r
This full-rate Telegram
m a } i
park .:Jacksonville was a Starke or Cablegram NT-Overnight Telegram r:. I

visitor Sunday.Mrs. Its deferred character isinU N I I 0 N. LO-Deferred Cable ';4 ,

dlcated by a suitable a ;
W. Thornton and her NIVT-Cabl. Night Letter Ljdress. d '
above or preceding the ad- J
NAT SEZ: brother and sieter-in.Iaw, Mr., and J
Heard good Joke the other day. Mrs. Ed Thomas 'and daughter A. N. WILLIAMS NEWCOMB CARLTON J. C. WHXBVKR Ship| Radiogram

Seems a. Captala at Gamp Blan- of Tampa returned Wednesday ., President Chairman of: the. Board First VIce-Preatdent: '{:

.ding was riding a. truck loaded from a' week's visit to Norfolk ;of..4

with ertllfa.* and a. negro"MaI Va. They went to see Mr. Thomas'' -l
: ant." Every time: sentry would son. Percy, who is In the U. S. The filing time shown In the date line on telegrams and day letters is STANDARD Till at point of Origin.

ep 'stop them and ask "Who goes Navy. Time of receipt ls STANDARD TIME at point of de UnaU n., ,

there?" the Captain would sayt ,
"One Captain: ODe track one load Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Jones and ,

of fertilize, and one negro." after ions Bob and Tom of Clayton .: < ,I
r *;' -
the fourth or fifth sentry, the colored Ga., were here Tuesday of: last : < ''I
cenfmaa tamed to the Captain week,visWne Mr. and Mrs. I.. P. .,- .. :; .c ,

and said -Boss. If we'se got Shepherd. Mr. Jones and family ''' ',*, ; !

ta pass. many more of them fellows were enroute to their home In : ./>. ..... r
awile in .
priorityover after spending .
me Clayton
how about gtvln' : ,.ff., :A-J} : i
that fertilizer." Miami.T. '
J. Mcintyre ls back In St.

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his second operation 'p

f ARE HAPPY'' IN ASLIP within a to month.return to He the found hospital it necessary a- OFFICE IN THE NEW ORANGE LINES TERMINAL AND ,SINCERELY /." *>1 ):: 1 t II-

after reaching his home .
recuperate from the first :
here to ;
J. ;. ,

6IO3( operation:; ', A. MAY, MANAGER WESTERN .UNION TEL. CO. STARKE.. .j" 'j j, :"' "'
Mrs. C. C. Mendoza and daughter ..I ,.... ... ., ,,1/"W ,- .I I

A Ik111d p4ilum II ......... (.1dwr.r Miss Gloria Johns, and son '.: ; .. .: ,. ', :*>$ J. ..'. \

ticty ..... Meer II .. .4. And Cliff Mendoza were here' Sunday :-I. ,,!!,.,,'" : . :'. I, .
Iw Ws ... diap ... __ let Mer war afternoon visiting Mr. and Mrs. '''I"'t." 'a"" '. ,
... .. T., J. Griffin ,-an d.YrL, .,,Ctrrl.Rich. ? : 'F.; : : '.. '
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NaUonaf Park College, :: .. ,. ,
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N MATERIALr est Glefv.>tt.a suburb of..WkssjIngton '''IiII'' I' < ; ': ; .1. '/. 1.1 'I' ;V" :j ,. :: ".') t.
D. C., and Is spending her r': "';: .' .. ; 'i '1.
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$2' In ', .<, . lUTE with relatives .. nI. .
[ AND TEA ROSE Spring holiday* ,' ,,. 4.9! :'. '. .. :
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iMPLETE LINE OF MENS AND WOMENS N. T. Riteh spent the Mrs.w.elitadhere Carrie ..1 .r.,. '.. -:y : t... .t.: .>: '.. ,it.... ,,J tr : ., .>\ : .' ':,('. ,.,' ,,. '; ... ', 'i" -, ", ... .- .

with his mother. nl travois s. .'.,.J JIt"! "t --:t r r .: [ t _I. s .: I r

CATALINA BATHING SUITS Rltch. and returned Monday to I. '!;, ,;. ," .t' ..',;I .' ,...._ .. .. .. ;
the Southeastern Pipe Line :.. .. '. ,. '
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Priced .I'
From .. .. ,
$1.25 to.$5.95TERNBERG'S Company. Mr. Rltch attended Jla' ",';'". 'r' .
to ,' ,
the Atlanta Diesel School and ,, ,'}" ,'. I )
IIu- .
received a dipUama In eta trle as* s
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acetylene welding and JCortb* 'A. ...,. ,
put two I.mantis has bees. ejhuployed .. ..11.. '..0d1 JJtCI1

In Port St. Jos, where th .
company Is doing defense work..




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:' ,, ';, ; Water Reaches FLA. STATE FARM GRAHAM I WITH OUR FAR

I: J) j High School Journal 1 New High COMMUNITY By E. 1C.CLCB Bouvler Mr. and By Mrs.Mrs.L.Roy C. Smith Reynolds of

iff Around Brooker The social meeting of the Club Reddick spent Sunday with her M. J. Mcltn, who cultivates 20 ent from up there,

: was held Tuesday afternoon. Miss I parents. Mr. and! Mrs. E. Strick- acres of ISO-acre plot three the school. Another\n4
E.litor-ln-chief Odds And EndsWe Brooker March 19.-Water has miles west of Starke was born don't have to tii.
Joan: sweetly
Carpenter very
Marjorie Thompnon been higher in the local branches, land.Mr. at Mlddleburg in Clay wOrk au
two songs "Deep In The Heart and Mrs. Harvey Starling County to make a living. lit
Campus Chatter are all waiting anxiously rivers and ponds this season than and coming to Bradford when tip
of Texas" and "Elmer's! Tune." visited Mrs. Starling's brother county takes about 13
Margie Mathews for the verdict of whether there any in many years past. Miss Jean Edwards. was her ac- sister-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Leon four or five years of age. He : grow a cotton 1ItOlllha ,

Velma Norman will be a Junior play or not. We Little Santa Fe river went on a companipt and also played "Re- Dryden.. In Starke Sunday. will be 69 years old within a few can make it or crop.
Senior Class News all with all of our hearts rampage last month and ran over lose It
hope MissMargaret Mr. and :Mra. Norman Johns of and there's '111:
member Pearl H arb 01' I days.For no
Enoa Hayes that It comes out all right. I its banks in numerous places. The Ersklne talked of the Starke visited her mother. MraC. ten years after marriage "One good use! to 1000t

Special: Reporter think Mrs. Wainwrlgbt and Misa Brooker bridge was flooded with' the Saturday. Mr. McRae railroaded-was 'section of thingill"
need for our cooperation with Fogg, I crop strawberries Vi
from At !
the stream.
water raging
P.atIlY Roberta, Cleo Norman Sparkman and their crew of faith' USO. Light refreshments cookies Mrs. Lennie McCulley spent foreman for the Atlantic come oft since re"<

Claaa New ful workers should have a big times water was waist-deep on and coffee were served by the several days with her sister Mrs. Lumber Company. .'ji Company September. We We callie
the middle of the local have
Mae Parker pat on the back for their efforts. hostesses, Mrs. W. O. Strtngfel- Lillian Conway in Pal atka last had: Its own log: road and had a ters of an acre
said Ressie Col lye
Junior Class News Wouldn't the hall seem persons Including JJee.
emptyat low and Mrs. Jim Ritch. contract with the Seaboard to with strawberries
: Catherine Noilman recess if the Juniors did not son. week.Mrs.. J. P. Bummers and chil- transport ita logs 'when It got don't raise as aU 11I1 5

Junior Reporters have their candy selling table Cooler Pond (now re-christened DESSERT BRIDGE dren and ,Mrs. Leon Wynn and them to the' Seaboard lines. He you do down nu but' "

Idalou Davis Nina BUhop. Eva out there and the usual. crowd of I Sunshine Lake) is the fullest It .Mrs. Ernest C. Scott entertained children were shopping in Gaines- worked .t h roughout Bradford raised all we here, L",*

Fay Galney Martha Markey customers warming- around them T has ever been since local people with a dessert bridge ThursdayIn ville Saturday. Lake and Alachua..counties. use .at least"needed _
Moe power to you. can remember. her new home at the Farm. I :In regard to the coming" primary .Mr. Barton has Said,

Editorial We were all wondering why Many persons living around the after which contract Was enjoyed ,THERESSA elections he said: "I hadn't his own been
soap fOr
Geraldine S. has ,been I wearingsuch lake were forced from their with the following ladles playing: thought anything .about the elec I years "I'm the 111;

GET"'IN THE FIGHT a broad smile these days homes. One .man. and his familyin Mrs...J. CV ,Wallace, Mrs. 'J. ,0. By Mrs. n. P. May: tions yet. We farmers don't pay on the market thinking" of Pi:.

I an4 now wo know.the-answer. particular were forced to hunt Godwin,*Mm. ,M. E. Grlner, Mrs. Mr. and Mra. Freddie Dodd of any attention to them untU the day. "I make he stalet(

None of us really' wants to be Army Air Corps.gave ,furloughsto for dry land. Local residents recall f. ,F. Chapman Mrs. P. D. Fan- Mtdlakes announce the birth of a candidates get out amongst us and have with; soap that

a back-slider and ignorant concern- a few boys last week-end. I that Lem Davis, who lived Cher, Mrs' cJ.t C. Hembree Mr son In the Alachua County Hos jog,our memory about them." face and hands you can "It

ing1' thing about which we should hear it a. quite a surprise but a near Santa Fe, had to move from Oscar Partney- Mrs.. L. A. 8'j pital. When the reporter ,walked up, shine your with it; !II

know a,little especially when we jolly,one at that. his home and for several nights &'In 'Mrs. _W.:'N. North Mrs. Mrs-' R. M. Hersey,was..visiting Mr.. 'McRae. was discussing: with utensils with aluminum it j and

_hAVA.__a- -vnnd--- rkODortunilv-. to learn The notice on the bulletin board his chickens were no unusual W.Ritcb.' .Mrs. P. Ev Stubblna relaUves in Jacksonville. last another farmer Joe Starling the polish your car ; IIIJd 3'11'
to.. Mrs.*' B. Hershfield Mrs.. ,B.. C. with ,It
about them reading "Peme bring: your other sight. be.enplng.to'roostIn week. question of "plnders. "Wei, were doesn't do"the
Ti. Fountain of Youth is dally dollar for the annual. ,seems to low browed trees. t Prince Mrs. Davies and Miss Ruth S Mrs.: Thornton Johns and children discussing i which was the ,best cost anybody work, it *

y pouring young men Into the open have an amusing air about. it.* I The big sink hole just off the Hershfleld. 'Upon arrtvaf of the of. Hampton visited her sis way to( plant ,them" _he saldr- '5-anythuig-

cavernous jaws of war, and people don't think It was meant to applyto Brooker-Starke highway, about guests attractive sweet course ters. Mrs. J. P. Dickinson and "one row of plnders and two rows Lacy Norman

4k. are being wounded from many different the wealth of the students but half way between the two towns was served In four pastel colors. Mrs. W. H. Hall. Friday. of corn. or, every other.hill pint acre farm of works m n

# 1 causes.! Each, of us should to inform those who have boughtan Is the fullest it's been in many carrying. .out the Easter motif. }lr. W. C. Loper and Mra. Dal dera and corn. I always plant Highland. He Owen W. vat

,l4t learn at least few of the basic annual to bring the other dollar years. S Each table was cantered with Loper were shopping ,in Starke my plnders in between the corna two years, and )has beea

fact about First Aid so that we to complete the. payment for Normally It is a' drop'of kbout flowers and band-painted favors. Friday. hill of corn and a hill of plnders. brother, Leonard hip

% shall be able to treat the victims it. I hope there are no further 60 feet to the water from the surface Highscore was won by Miss Mr. and Mrs. Jack Wynn of ." the work. helps ba

who may be on our hands with- misunderstandings about ,It. of the earth. A Telegraphman aer hfleld, bingo by Mrs. Wig- Sampson City visited their S _. haven't

in.,the next few months. -Opportunity As the year ends for the seniors -I thought be had happened glns.( The "Galloping Goose' fell daughter Mrs. Daughtery, Sat- IL A., Barton who cultivate 35 politic,1 yet,"thought he IIIIIQ
Is always'waiting around onto a new lake his to Mrs.. Partney and low to Mrs. two staled to
I cant help thinking of upon visit urday afternoon.. acres miles ,south of Starke '.This war Is the
the ,corner. as .wa, have heard this little piece of poetry: There Is there this week. Water in the Chapman. I Mr.,and Mrs- A H. Kelsey,were was born and reared near Rome, tlon we have to greate,*

t .l&lcI."but the trouble with many a destiny. which- makes us broth- sink hole Is level with the,earth's CIVIC GET TOGETHER attending to business in Starke Ga. Although be lived.In Gainesville now." His deal m
r of\us 1e that we do not want, to None his surface surrounding it and about Thursday.VANDERBILT. for a year back in and brother
ens. goes way alone; All Friday evening 'an enjoyable 1924 ("Dock"), has already U
have toturn the comer In order that we send 'into the lives of 700 feet across at any point. social gathering was held at the has made several trlp to Florida to ,the colors. "He ,
It will out wa
to grasp it. come : others comes back Into our own. branchIa club house. Mrs.: J. Q. Godwin, in the meantime ha moved toStarke.Septeznber last. Saturday to
should be com
into the open street we Roads In the Brooker'sector "
take It but we do not assisted by ,several other ladies, By Miss Velma Norman 17. 1941. amination Tuesday" Mr
Clad to have withstood the rains "I have
very furnished sandwiches farmecS'al1'my life except said "but
extra effort Haste Is WastefulPace and coffee he was down'wj
want to forth any \
TM well.The and acted as ,hostesses of the occasion. Mr. and Mrs.. Russell Norman the ten months that' I was mumps. He doesn't
and when It la too late. we I mini,
foroureelves. Pace! Paces I The fasterwe River road .. The Farm Orchestra furnished were visiting Mr. and Mrs. D. N. In the Army during World WarI He said it looked like
look back and feel very sorry washed em
out In several but
places he
go the more we get done. But the' music 'for dancing and Denmark and family of Jacksonville saId Saturday.' "When I was going to have to

no, "Haste make.> waste' so we repairs have been made. The games of several kinds were en- over the week-end. came here,last September I ,came tow. It seems that p,
First Aid Is a very good opportunity will slow down a bit. Have you Brooker-Scout Hole road leading joyed by those who did not care Among those of.this section to stay unless they starve me to best way to look at It. j if&
v. for many of us stay-at- Into West Union county Is Impassable to dance. who attended the show death and I ,don't believe ,
ever been In a hurry and not know These social gatheringsare stage put they'lldo .and Britain could hurry
I n
tout .
t ; homes who for various reasons you were hurrying so? Few people at the hole river held to promote a spirit of on by the Jubilee. Hillbillies in that. Butif this rain keeps 'dispose of those Cer-ma
cannot go to training camps and bridge, it was said.A unity In the New River Monday up I don't know,what wilt
know why they hurry. ., _community.: night were hap- could all turn on the
into the very war cones to get few of the other secondaryroads Mr .and Mrs. pen. We, Just started
In speech, in action, in thoughtIt Frank Norman and planting make short order of
Into, the fight by learning how to Is hurry hurry. hurry. How have washed out Includinga >Mrs. Paul'McLcndon and baby family. ,Nelson .Faulkner, and bean. today; --about three acre, Ileve that is what them ]
for those who be wounded bridge leading from the Starke- son James S they hit
care may much time Is saved T Very little, Nelson have returned Ruth Alvarez. and will plant four more. This is mind though I
i In our own back-yard and. sometimes none. Brooker road toward Clayno. This home from the.hospital In Gaines Brence Roberta of Vanderbilt ,la the third time we've prepared.the Mr. Morrow has may wr,
on I bat
later In the surrounding terri It Is so kind ,to others to think bridge bad been temporarily repaired vl11 e. spending few days In Lacoochee ground, but we didn't plant any Highland 250 head odd

.' hi. tory. ( I before one aftts or speaks.' No trucks Wednesday and cars 'and Mr; and Mrs. McKinley and with Mr. and Mrs.. Louie Roberts seed because the ground was too many of them hlgh.b

1 forethought- just Impulsive action were passing over it. Mrs. Wash burn of Shamrock and family. wet and hard. A lot of people Norman said Saturday.

Senior Biographies -often causes others to mis- visited ,Dr. and Mrs. Hembree Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Norman' had already fertilized their beans, He raises only beef caltli

understand our meanlna-- After HAMPTON Thursday. were visiting Mr. and Mrs..W.> B. and lost the fertilizer. sells them on the hoof at &

jI SELMA THORNTON 'McCALL all, every person isn't -clairvoy Mrs. M. W. Morrow Mrs.. J. G. Godwin and Mrs. Blood worth-' and' family of Rai- Asked to compare farm life in vllle at about 2 1.2 yen

'y4 'q Before finally cloning the doors M. E. Griner accompanied ,Gar ford Sunday. Georgia with that in Florida be The steers run from 650 bpounds

]1f of her glorious school days behind ant.As I stated it Is kind to think W. M. V. IIF.ETSTbe land Godwin as far as Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs., Frank' Norman said "We all would rather be here I or more. Last
x, her. Selma Thornton McCall before Hampton W. M. U. met at and little than In Georgia We jrta
speaking. It Is easier to on his return to Emory at daughter Barbara Jean like the sold to H. A. Lawson, ul
wanta to leave a little reminder obtain an audience too. People home of Miss Ada Ntmmo Oxford Monday. were shopping In Jacksonville. Fri climate better. Wie like the farmIng I him have about 30 head at i

In ,the form of a biography of don't like to work, so It Is only Thursday afternoon with 12 members better--it la altogether differBOOTSEY'S 533 I each.Recent.
the happy days she has spent here natural that they dislike to listen present The president Mrs. ,Mrs. Carl Eberle and Mrs.J. C day.Mr.. and Mrs. L. L. Renfroe and

at /good old B. H. S. to someone who speaks Impulsively C. A. Warren w'aa in charge of Andrews of.'Springfield Ohio and son Samuel. were visiting Mr.

Selma was born June 10. 1023 and without deliberation. It the Royal Service Program for Miami were guests of Mrs. J. L. and Mrs.Miller Johns and familyof BEACH Births

in Ralford but lived there a very Is work to.. fathom meanings of the month.; Robinson Friday. New River Sunday afternoon. By Miss Effie Crawford..r

'4 ? short time before her parents ambiguous1phrases.. It would Chas.>Cope. after a week's serIous Mr. and Mrs. Albert BiJ

m&ved to Starke and naturally take I a first class detective to tertained Mr. and Mrs.O.. W. Saxon en- Illness Is reported improving PINE LEVELBy Luther Chism. Stanley Crawford Starke March 23, girl;
Friday with a dinner at and Cheater
brought her with them. All her slightly. i Rufcledge were
t ascertain the meaning of some their home the event M Mrs. H. M. Me Rae Mr. and Mrs. Ernest (I
being the visitors to St. George, Ga., Sun-
school days have been at Starke
Mr. .
speeches.! anniversary of their and Mrs>. J. G. Godwin and Starke March 23, girl; I
L except for one semester of the Of course we want to make hay Those" present with them birthdays. daughters visited relatives, in Well the strawberries are com day., Mr. and Mrs. Carl Kt/4

U'jt grade which was spent In while the sun shines, and one of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Saxon were Mr.: Mlcanopy and FairfIeld Sunday.Mr. ing in at last: everybody happy; Mrs. Fisher Gaskins and family I Hampton March 24, boy.IN ,

4 Gainesville where she moved after the best ways to do It is to think and Mrs. B. Y. Saxon, Mr. and and Mrs. P. D. Fancherand not so many/ berries but good i were visiting relatives In Jack-
her marriage to Wilbur McCall. sonville last week.
before we speak or act, because Mrs. Gene Blrt. other guest Mra. Fred Miller prices. : CIRCUIT rOTRT. DUD
I She Mill lives In Gainesville but sometimes, our actions. speak : Leaston Wynn M. L. Walter- of Perry have returned from several Mrs. T. N. Norman and little Mrs. Wilkinson of Tampa Is roiiNTY; FLoaiuti. ) a
all the to
comes way over Starke louder than words and often our son and daughters, Dorothy and days visit. to., Belle Glade. son Gerald of Gum Branch spent visiting her son and daughter-in- John: Nlmmlrtroh1.Plalnllft: ;
In order to finish school InS
: Just word are weightier than Iron. Harvene Misses Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. H. M. law..Mr. and Mrs. Ira Wilkinson. Antonla' Karncll kimmrirut" '
Mrs L.
Madge and
her home town and with her old -Eva Gay I S 5 Shepherd's, friends McRae. Miss Effla Mae Crawford took fendant. Cane No. 1875
(, school-mates. She says she got Fay Gainey. Betty Home attended the rodeoIn will be- distressed to hear that ORDER OF PUBLKMTTOAND /
Mrs. Eliza Pearce of Sanderson her Civil Service Examination In NOTICB TO APPBAi
Jacksonville her, sister Mrs.
lonesome for her close Saturday. Q. C. Richardson
: STATE toii
Jacksonville OIT FLORIDA :
First-Aid StudiedIn Mrs. NIram Wynn of of Crescent spent last week here with her son- Tuesday.Mr. '
friends and Just had to come backS Jackson City, who has visited Karnell Nlmmarfroh, who
r ville Is visiting friends here in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Fred Tyre were dnr 'Is, Village nt PlelbwU
and several
anT are we glad to have her. relatives times Is very ill with business visitors of Karlntla, Country of AuKrli
Home Economics 'the Senior in Hampton this week. typhus fever. Warren Kelly. to Dothan Ala., You are required to IPK OI
r You bet we are. girls are taking up FIrst-Aid. Mlsa Claudia Brown had as her Mrs. William Smith left Saturday over the weekend.Mrs. April 6th., 1942. In the shun
: If told a person's likes and dislikes Some day this training may be guest over the week-end Miss Whitfield Mrs. Fisher and Miss Roberta night for Camp Boule, Martha Anderson of this tire fa Court seeks and divorce.cause,Bradford wherein *

;i you can judge pretty closely useful. If they happen to get Freda Brannen of Lawtey.Mr. 1 spent Sunday In Texas to join her husband who is section is spending some-time Telegraph shall publish thud
i'S what type that person la. And with Brooker where they attended the i stationed there. with her son-in-law and daughter In next four weekly IMUM.Wltnenw .
,. angry their husbands and and Mrs. J, IS. Adkins and hand und ti
: you will agree that Selma Is a throw the best vase In the houseat Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Adklna wereIn Baccalaureate Sermon. ,Mr. and Mrs. William Hogan Mr. and Mra.. Noah Crews' of Mac- 'al at $Stark my.,Florida, thl I*

really "swell" girl when we tell him and the poor fellow\ comes Jacksonville Sunday visiting Professor Dance-of Emory Col left Monday for Bartow where clenny, __ I OFFICIAL tii i im. SEAL' A. J.I H*
you that her likes, are dancing out with an awful wound, maybe their daughter and sister Mr. lege. Johnny Webb and Fred,Yar. they will make their home for Friends of R. N. Crawford will I A.. Clerk of aald Court. 1-1 JIV

picnics, sports 0 f all kind and they could keep< him from dying Grace Beat who Is a patient in brough, schoolmates of Garland awhile. be glad to learn ,that he Is Improving -

movies, and her only strong dislike -I until the doctor could arrive. St. Luke's Hospital. Godwin were guests of Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. D/ C. Kelly and .at his home here. : CIRCUIT COtRT. BBW"

conceited> people. She has !That's just like a woman, you Mr. and Mrs. IX W. Johnson Mrs.-. G. Godwin Thursday and daughter- were .called to Aucllla CEHY COUNTY* FLORIDA) L' <*

hen favorites also-her favorite know! had as their) guests Sunday Mr. Friday. Wednesday because of ,the illness! Methodist; Church T-lla. Mae Mette. Plaintiff, It
flower Is a red rose and her favor- : ,You should hear Mr.'ari l Mrs. Ii.. and death of Mrs. yin -U Mette, Defendant. Cut
,, >some of the and Mrs. Frank Williams and R Holmes and Kelly's aunt. ..
ite song .... VStarduat. When blood-chilling tale* that Dot Green Miss June Johnson of Gaines- their';'guest' Mrs.. Rose_ ipett' Mrs.. J.. .T. Walker They were I Services at the Church next ORDER OF PITBLICATnANT A|

? colors (were mentioned she said relates to the Class. She has a ville. Tuesday 'Jacksonville shopping accompanied home Saturday by Sunday will be as follows: ,8TATK> NOTIPK OP FLORIDA TO APP 10'' .'

&) she.liked most any,colors as long new one every day. (Keep It up. Mr. and Xr.. George. Chamberlain Mr. and Mrs. 'M. H. Lee, Mr. Mr..and. Mrs. Isaac Lewis. I Church ,School 10:00: A. M, I* Mette whose reeldence II

as they were bright ones. |\V> like It.) and daughter. 0 a y I e, of and Mrs''Haro.d',Lee* 'Florence' Mr. and Mrs.., ,Ralford Alvarez Morning. Worship 11 o'clock. known.You are required 'to appIII

S. When very young Selma en- If you happened to walk into Gaineavillewere! dinner. guests-,of and ,Bobby ,Lee of Daytona and and family have moved to Van- Sermon Subject: "The King; Dethroned. April 8th., 194?. 'in the alx>' '
: joyed coaxing- to school: with her the Mr. derbllt. ." S Old Court and cause, wbereln l f
room during the time we're 'Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Adkins Wed- and Mrs. F..C. Ceveland and tilt .eka divorce and cUll
'. S sisters arid writing on the black- bandaging, h. other, you would, nesday. .. daughteru. ..MadeneStewart, of I Mr.: ,and Mrs.. Delmar Gassett 'ytjbuth Fellowship. meeting. 7:00P. : children., Bra d t 0 rd w

boards. The thin&'te remembers think that' there had just been Frederick Watterson and Olin I Tampa, were guests of Mr. and of Ruskin left today for Michigan, M. iEvening ," Tvlerraph in next four shall weekly publlflh I flOUIL thIs

most In ;her school days Is the some awful collision. (Probably Beadenbaugh of Perry spent the Mrs. J. L. Robinson and Mr. 'and where Mr. Gassett baa employ. worship 8:00 o'clock. WltneM my hand .

way the children used to team up the cellin&' falling!) week-end with their respective Mrs. Frank Lee, Sunday.Mr. ment. I A 'cordial invitation I. .extended seal at Htarke' Florida, thutpiiL

and fight each other when they Some of the stylists should parents.Mr. and Mrs. V. R. Reddish of to all who love good singIng t SEAL) A. i.

were in the sixth grade. Shesays come In and get an Idea for our and Mrs. A. L. Olson left Lawtey and Mlrs. Roy Reddish of SUNNY !BROOK ARM <,to Join In'the- song service.' O.Aa A.Clerk. of said Court Jack onvllAHy. I-Is,
she both gave and received new spring hats from some of the Sunday for their home in Torrlng- Webster spent Friday with Mr. Sermon Subject for the evenIng for Pit __._

some mighty bad blow and head bandarea.- t- think------- th.--. "-" ..,..-. ton. Conn., after soendinr the and Mrs. J_._ o.__ C".nd"___n"' _,,_ By Miss Arsolsv Crosby Service will be: "The GoodMan -
brufses In those days. that covers all of your face would winter months here. ---- Mrs. M. E. Grlner and Mrs. P. ,Mr. and Mrs. Eddie!: Flowers of of the House and His BUS SCHEDCtKPferthko .4

When her days at B. H. S. end be most suitable for me! It Is very Mrs. I* L Bedenbaugh- D., Fancber accompanied Mrs. Starke were dinner guests of Mr. Guests." .: Leave Rtarke -----: : J 1,1 41'

she i plans to go forth into the lovely. Looks exactly like a ghost. has been 111 for'several weeks Fred Miller as far as Lake City and Mrs. Alton Dobbs Sunday. Prayer services are held at the Leave Leave Starke Stark. -.-.-. .----- }}lIsp J!
world and get a good job as a Woo! entered St. Luke's Hospital Tues, Tuesday on her return to her .... Miss Nona Brown spent the church 'every Wednesday at 8:00P. : Leave Stark --.- I I'CI'III'!!
typist After working for a whUe Even though It all Is funny I day. home in Perry. week-end I n Auburndale and ).I. Leave Stark ------ J i i II p

she- then plans to settle down am sure we.will profit by It. Mr. and Mrs J. A. Bouvler spent Winter Haven. Visitors are welcome at all ser Leave Leave Starke Stark. --------- Ii" p p
and enjoy long of : I I'C. bright and gay as the- state from at vices. Leave Starke }2 I' .
many years V.N.Seventh' Sunday Mcintosh as guests of ,Mr.'and Mrs. Doe Edwards and --:: .II'
happily married life. Here's hop- which she comes-.Deep in the Mr. and Mrs. C. A. McRae. son Tommle were visiting Mr. O. C. Powell pastor. Leave Stark.--.;..-.-.-.

ing,your path of life will alwaysbe Grade News Heart, of .Texas-I would like you School friends regret that Buddy and Mrs. Floyd and Leave Stark. ----- O'.} I
Crosby Mrs. 10'
to meet Mrs. Blllle Farm was visiting Mrs. Louise Leave Starke --- > p
a bright!; one, Selma. Warren Elder. Davis to confined at home with Earl -
Kirby Fridarafternoo. LeaveLeave Starke J jj
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Mrs. Elder is' the new English thechickea Ward Saturday. ____ _:
.We .took'a geography test and pox. Those who attended the Starke J J J f
7-P teacher who I. filling the position singing We are very sorry: to report the Leave Rtarke ------- i IIt!! |
Sixth: Grade News had the highest scores. 7-D convention In Lake :
CIty; Sunday Leave Starke ----
formerly.held.by Mrs. Lansing. Illness of Mrs. Earl Kirby and .....;.
4 was second and 7-L last RISINGBy were: Mr. and Mrs. 'W. R. Hal. E. I ,It 1
Born in Greenville Texas Mrs. Alton. Dobbs. 1MCV Stark. __ -
she ,, 1
Charles Walker from the Interlachen Marian Brown has been absent .. lop and
M. .. son Fred .
completed her education James Nornma Mrs. Inca ,Mr. and "Mra, J. N.- Leave $tark --- I If ,
at Kelly were
School has joined our because of illness.' We all Bay. Kelly and Lea" fttarks ---
hope son :
Donald Mrs. :::: 10"
lor University after visiting their son and Lea" ,
class. We hope be will like 'It she has a speedy recovery. which she Mrs. J. E. Norman has returned Louise Ward arid Mrs. Laura' daughter- *
taught English in in-law Mta..s. id. .Mrs. S WES1.esId I !t 1
We a high school in Whrren
her. are going to have a currentevents home after spending three Moeely. "' L.a'e I.i,
We test Texas. weeks In Kelly, of PIne .Xevel. Saturdays<, -..S tTallahaaW.. BP"j'' II ,
are enlarging our library. and Mrs. Demorest Lithia with her daughter Miss Arsulat; Crosby. .
was weekend .
Mrs. Elder has a Mrs. Amanda Lot." tarke ----- t
Silcox "J"
Hugh gave us a copy of the book said that she would give a doUar traveled over Elvlee Driggers, who is 'ill. gtieat'of bet uncle'and.aunt 'S .of Starke Leave Sturke -- IRtarke
"Robinson Crusoe" and Kenneth Defense Stamp to each person In mOst of the United States and She Is Improving slowly. Mr. and Mrs. Mills 'of ; spent part of;.Jast ,week .withMr.and L.ave --- .!.\.tI I
S visited Mrs. C. Leave RtaTaiabaaee*
gave us three books, 'Black'S. the seventh grade who made a In Canada. During her Mr. and Mrs. Dave Paulk and Butler. 5-- 5 t C. Crosby and family. j < -SPecl.1I '
Beauty. "Eight perfect score. travels she saw the World Fair In children of ;
Cousins and New Jacksonville were Miss Lucille Ward spent last i :
"' 'hI Blind Colt." We In science York and also the Fair in' visiting Mr. .
.S. bought two we are studying pos San Paulk'a parents Mr. week' in' Keystone Heights 'witn
books "The Secret of the Old ture, and we learned that If we Franfclsco. She has a very and Mrs. Walter tjnderh ill. her sister-in-law and brother !

!S Clock" and "The Tower Treas did not bavA a backbone we could L which charming way of telling stories, Mrs. Ruth Bennett and daugh and 'Mrs..Robert; Ward. '," Mr. .SAFE! FAST! COMFORTABLAND.

ure." not stand erect. Some of the lovers. Is a delight to all travel ter, Frances were shopping In J Mrs. W. It.. Haislop and ,M.t.::
: We have hid some pretty flow- people look as If they did not hobby Is music-to Starke this week. Alton Dobbs made a bualnee S

e1'1l.1n our room this week. have one but ,I think we are be than exact Glen her favorite Is none other Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Thomasof to Grandln 'SaturdayMr /* '. '? trip .: ECONOMICAL!. .

Thanks to the pupils who brought Improving our posture.Joyce Miller Brooker pent the ,week-end : 'and .Mr'Robert.'Ward' '
then. Moore, reporter. After ,her marriage Mrs. Elder with Mr. Thomas''' parents Mr. Keystonewere1 RIDE'THE 'BUSSES
moved to week-end<< pests of
Thorn! who had birthday anniversaries to Florida Georgia and from there and. Mr. Emery Lwls.. Mb'Waedr*: parenUf: Mr. and Mrs. .

: lately are Mary Ruth. pur-New TeacherIf l ia' nO W with her husband.' who )(r.- and Mrs, : James Norman W.., C.Ward.Mr. .*- ., S CouruCorrectIformation
Wilma and Evans. 41J1g. at Camp Blan-- were.,visiting Mr. and Mrs. Wal, ,: .
: M Edith Manning reporter. you haven't met her. then. let We hope that Mrs. Elder ter Underhill Sunday afternoon. son Vincent of Jacksonville/spent JSlven You1Atl .
me assure you that you've missed to goIng Mr. and Mrs. Ralfovd Ahrares several., days: wi t b. Mr.- Kelly ..'- oJ
Office 8 up pile*. Bradford L aometh.lnaShe enjoy being on our faculty of PIne Level were visiting their mother Mr .
1 is Beulah "
pretty aDdsweet UNION
as much as Kelly, and BUS'STATION
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I. Day School Visited "If You're Getting Old And Gray FSA To Aid

I By Chief Why Not Puff Your. Cares Away?" 'Food For _TwoiAN: _

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Dr. Grace Langdon of Washington "Uncle Jeff" Roberts of Lawtey r The United
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D. C., chief of the child protection will be 83 years old come April f I /} of Agriculture, 0 W.N.U. .
Kecllon of the service dlviaioA 17 but he's showing a few of the t crease ItELUSt kI;

WPA paid Starke and the young whipper-snappers around ; I. fense crops. boa CnAfTEK XIISYNOPSIS I -_ _ _
defense ,school nursery here a visit Lawtey a thing or two about cob- able through -

1 ? Friday. pipe smoking. 'v;. t! ; Administration!
I Florida The! Telegraph's rambling reporter Leonard Borland's protests
visit to
? It was her first i 1 .. ., Those eligible account U ample, though
I of the eight that the was shocked and stunned' .,, la
In four years ,, ', are farm business In New York
:national organization serving all a la carte Monday when, he .: "< & opera-struck wife Doris
) low-Income
stumbled on "Uncle Jeff" break- '". .1'' "career." Interrupted.' by
48 states has functioned. _i lIb'ir..,! /',' ", part-time ** at 19 and th. birth of two
., She wan Impressed with the Ing in a new ten-cent-seller witha ;": .):_" 4 non-Industrial Borland knows .ber avowed
of the local school which package of Bugler tobacco.It J. help out the family outcome
operation pie cannot
.. Lorentz. bar teach-
all came up sort of sudden : i Buffo
has had an average attendance duction Cecil
around Irritates him.
., for the pi at ten months of 22 like but Mr. Roberts thinks he'llhave 'hI,, credit source singer, knows Doris
daily. The nursery school the situation mastered In a ,,, ... *. &he discovers Borland
: : pupils couple of weeks. Sometime back resources vole tells him Hugo
-_ here ha proven of great benefit L rehabilitation In lov. with Doris that
"Uncle Jeff's" teeth out
to aoldlers and defense workers gave ficient land for vry man she gets la
and persons in the low salary him and ha couldn't chew tobacco feed, and other and that he ought.to wake
---4 any longer; giving a recitaL 'Oo.ot
last June.
bracket since it opened livestock will be
triumph. she advices. Cecil
lie Isn't the type to sit around
Dr. Langdon said that at prea- Loans for lessons-kisses.
ent 1,500 school are active and moon himself "old" over a may declares he laves Doris

throughout the Nation with a thing like that mo now he has production and wires him and be makes
rounded out a week of a habit garden crops, as Logan Bennett In up
attendance between i
combined of cowl!, and hogs. ... She gets Dim an opera I
that it took "nearly 85 to
45.000 or 50,000 pupils. This Includes years mation Again he makes good and V
get around to"-that of smokinga .
children In the age bracketof him she loves him. says
pipe. be obtained from can now bring Doria to his
2 to :5 years of age. Never before had Mr. Roberta Uncle Jeff and Friend Security audience gives Doris the
-. ; t' She feels that the healthfulness Florida.Lehmann -. she says she's
ltf ,, of children in the low salary smoked a pipe. He'd always tey and was on hand for the first I tells Leonard she loves Next thing I knew I was by a stairway'' holding .. "
chewed his golden leaf plug and learns about Cecil at 0..... railing almost twisting oat by the root.) try-las ta kern"
few of strawberries ushering
of the Important
la moat a
bracket one '
cocktail party decides
been satisfied with It. But those II yIiig ID'. a million pieces.
: factors today and that in the 1942 season .. that kept him out et the -- -.. -- -_ ......- _
-a teeth tried to show him and
; this service being rendered la one up There will be a gay day next New Bond is a scene and Cwenny.. on earth. The Gilda came runningon little flash ot tha'
he ...
Just wouldn't stand for It at over, laughingly whllt
of the moot Important task the all. April 17 when "Uncle 3efZ"eeZebrates /' sing. Be does and then and we did ,the duet and and they let out I roar
L branch Is serving. his 85th: birthday anniver- At Rotary -be Is so good. She the curtain came down. You can think of lloIi
She explained that emergency Some of his old friends couldn't sary. It l Is expected that his nine from borne and drains their Did I get that call? I'm telling In one beat of multi a

i work Is being performed in the believe their eyes when they surviving children will be on handto Karl Lehmann He accepts an of you I did. through my head andlb I ,
? with the Hippodrome opera I went to my dressing-room, the bird st last
sauntered down the streets last administrator It Hash
defense areas. However later. Dr. help him commemorate the oc- .
Is at the theater now walked
around excited
was bead
r so my in
other week and Haw him puffing awayon casion. Savings Staff his role In "Rigoletto." some kin)III
Lauigdon feels organizations
I couldn't( even sit down. I wantedto way why I bad heard
will In to handle his new cob-pipe. .There was The nine sons and daughters highly same without Cecil there It I
d step help go out and do it aU over around and faced Ultra
the load of providing for children some suspicion that "Uncle Jeff" live in various parts of this state County in a again. It didn't .seem two minutes have looked lore The,i

of soldiers and workers on defense was afire and all that. But to and Georgia .and are all In business Rotary Club here a knock on the door before they called me, and I went again

l projects. his many friends he knows all for themselves.. He stated Italian In a derby hat down( for the last act That whole big theater

She la in Florida on a ten day over Bradford county: Don't get Mrs. W. B. Torode and Mrs. J. started. May 1, stood beside me where The Cilda and I did the stuff spinning around for mea!
excited about the smoke the table and began to that starts It. and then went off cage with a squirrel la j
tour for the specific purpose of curling W. Andrews of Starke two of his $130,375.05: U.
and Parma had it to himself for the
T' 'I' the squirreL I had
bow of ad to
determining just what part the from that snow-white beard. By daughters are two of the nine Rondo and some my "La Donna e Mobile" I think I've I was at I looked
to hear me sing but over,
nursery' school and the two other i gosh "Uncle Jeff" has taken to children. The others are: Mr! this county would cost them a lot. given you the Idea by now that to see Parma. And the" ,

branches of her work-pre-school smoking and he likes It, too! J. M Oliver of Baldwin and Mrs. 1942-a. period of stuff like that and I that dumb Italian I. a pretty good and. then once more, I i_

: play group and parent educationcan Mr. Roberts long. a merchantof Effle Miner of Lawtey. Son are: "Florida ranks what he was talking tenor He knocked them over with the cardinal sin of all trwl

play most usefully In the Lawtey, has recovered from a L. E. Roberts St. George Ga.; Z. tire South in the It seemed to be some It. and by the. Ume. the'Maddalena I forgot: to watch the B
project. recent Illness and la looking bet- J. Roberts Hastings' John Roberts Horn was .behind came on. and the Glide and I went I didn't know that be tuit
Bond sales, out again for the quartet we were orchestra,killed his
.Visiting officials of the CPS of ter. Even though he Isn't as Tallahassee,. Dr. Earl Roberts and held up ten ilnienl!
stated "and In the home stretch of one of thoseperformances the whole thing to
1tfi the WPA, were: Mrs. Betty Le strong as he'd like to be, ha Is Jacksonville 'Beach and entire country In / $10 got and my the pocketbook guy left." you read about So wigwagging Parma a tomtit atop ]

: Boy Johnson, regional director.'Atlanta. around the Roberta' Store in Law-George Roberts of Lawtey. A total of $ that?" the quartet started. And hers I came,

Ga.; Miss Cellda Howard *. bonds were sold ,-.-"-" .........,............ :Well you've heard the ""Rigolet.I with my part:
iq* elate supervisor ,Jacksonville Stray Cows days May 1 through the claque?" to" quartet a thousand times, butdon't I "Tact e mla sara U i
4i let anybody tell you it's a vendetta d'afTrettarl
:( ; Mrs. Frances Ewell direc- Others have chosen to close) on I speaker aald. of self-elected noise- pushover. The first' part goes a i They howled. They In]

tor public activity program., Jacksonville Will Cost OwnersNat Sundays, and remain open 12- Mr. Lehmann you pay to clap when mile a minute ,the second part 'shriek you could hear It I

and Mrs. Oudla Blocker Williams baa hours dally for six days. Maintaining "Every American whether they do or lower than hell and If there' one Someone yeUed "Bravo! I
k-U; district director, also of Jackson who been that the Sabbath. while will be knows" thing harder to sing than a fast dred yelled "Bravo!" A
a conducted
i4 yWe.4M'r given the Job by the' Starke City business then walked over allegro it's a slow andante. and yelled ,"Bravo! helL
Council of keeping cows out of good day Is the Intended United States look at the calls. Then three times out of five something I ran .

town earnestly solicits the cooperation day of rest. effort to have ). a beat. On the happens, and many times a* you've Next thing I knew I n|

Show For Students not only of residents Two Standard service station American pledge at the end of the heard it you haven't often heard It stairway, holding on to theki

:%t 1'' At USO FridayMr. of Starke but of farmers within a men now closing on. Sundays are chase a definite we were all In It..me, right But we were right .. almost twisting It wt!

radius of two or three miles of Adolph Gay and Harry Houston. tense Bonds Glide and the people Parma started it like a breeze roots trying to keep mid

Harrington "the American the city. Clifton Brown and "Red" Alvarez or month. The parts. Then on the and the Maddalena was right on flying into a million pleat
Gulf service station men, closed on and other I was Just Gilds and me. top of him and the Gilds and I GIlds was beside me, jeN&
4 Legion Andy will entertain "I can run them out of town said:
wore right of at the top of Her lunge id
on and
top her. vre
.'4' high school boys and girls during the day. but 'we all haveto Tuesday and Thursday respectively operate in the Borland (If) closed out the allegro with all four think a coloratura wpna

4 at the Y. M. C. A. (USO) at :I'cIock get some sleep" said Mr. Williams and will possibly continue out on the stage to get cylinders clicking and the show doing put on a alee job of plaits

&, Friday afternoon Robert l yesterday. "Cows caught this practice.C. Starke Auto the set. and the tingle seventy. Parma laid it down cy cussing when she geuten

'e f B. Wear executive secretary has wandering ar9und town at night D. Edwards operator of one to my feet. I made nice on the andante and we were stagehandswere standIng I

'ii announced. At 8 P. M. Mr. Harrington will be shut up and the owners of the Cities. Service station here Closes Out there wasn't going to right with birn...and we brought It looking at me ss though I In
said today. that he. about It. I was goipg bolnl-Ju.t right We were right on leper that they didn't din IOUtaldev.SchuUx
: and his wife will put on will be'cb&rgell BO cents plans to Con- call or throat
:' > another show-this time for soldier head,'*:Mr William per tinue for a while closing on Tues The Starke right In split tny. the end of the rtlclq'wtUtbat. was p
I eUted; He has been the "Quest d Stop ped the show too.,They clapped/ Introduction to the stud.
1: 'and I the adult public. asks that;'cow-owners; In and near days. We closed on that day for for the Act.1 get oft to a swell and. cheered andrketappedYjsome contralto and the bait, Bt

_ *i He saw service in the U. S. Starke keep 'their"cows 'shut up-:- the first time'this week. W. F. past few m'i: they ripped right along mere and Schulta threw'$ thd ,..cack to skip flv* whole w*. I

Navy during the first World War especially at.night, Regardless of how the service Cooler got' shard when cam earns to go-en,>and: a (at'phance-1:: stood> there twisting at c*, |
"tL and la going from camp to camp! station men close they are all Saturday. Mm think it could have could.( We had to give. them some bars. ,' -" .
furnishing entertainment for themen Gas Stations agreed to adhere strictly to rules be reached for a There had been a more. BO alter anon; .a minuter' Somewhere off I nears\

of the armed forces of the laid down by higher ups of the according to her In the papers about me. Schultz played the cue for the andante door slam and next thrall I

: United. States. On- 72-Hour Week government who have said the lace she sold .seemed under to my strike own name them and Parma started again. Cecil saucers was with there horror.her She eyei':'
b parts started and the Maddalena
partial of
rationing gasoline and that a big contrac bold of me.
Service elation operators of came in.' and the Gilds
.tI came in.
oil is Mr. Cooley has turn Into but and
necessary. a singer "You go out there
Ji1 Starke and I came in. It
CLASSIFIED are coping with the 12I seemed to me "
six made feel
me and show
I good I'll
years 'a or -
hour week which went we got in there with it awful quick'
I effect 1st Candidate for the / In the scene with the j "I can'tl"!
but 1
I was so by that time
by taking turns .
F- WANTED about Company of and we got a fine knew "You've got tol! You'vegot
to buy-one acre of closing hardly where I was. and Idldn't
days Ya
shortening of work Court opera Isn't to. You went yellow
land near Lawtey 'or Starke. of the A. J. Thomas have been living at pay much attention to it
It's 09- and
days and opera yellow out there jou'n'
opening and
,' .with, 01'. without houses Must be hours. 'closing. this week reminded candidate and will stay on' and that audience acts And then all of' a sudden I had this go back and lick them! YIII
reasonable. M. T. Hamilton that their first financial statement two boys will feels. The second scene .feelings. that something was Ml"!

; *i Box 205, Lawtey. 2-27 2tp For example A. W. Anderson, muat be filed between'the "Mama couldn't ;went even btetter.. The wrong.I "Let me alone! .
Sr., a Sinclair station owner has dates of April 5 and April 10: tires and didn't pretty good comic and want you to get It straight now. "But what are they fofy

WANTED-Two good farm labor- shortened his opening and closing Candidate who fail to file statements the ones she all I could so we what happened. The andante is You can't let them down lib
; era. Apply A. J. Thomas, courthouse hours which permit him about in accordance with law are bad: with the duet In swell the same old" tune. "Bella aeUadell' "I don't care what ttej'
: : 70 hours a week or seven 10hourin Cooley Wednesday Gilda was all right In amore. that you've heard all Leonard, listen to ni
Starke. Itp
automatically disqualified. Nome." not like Cecil :your life and could whistle In your out there. The"r..U out

WANTKD Clean cotton good. The duets went sleep The tenor sings It through she and your two Ud5-ud
raga. got another good cur- once then he goes up to a high B.. got to finish It You'" Judo
pants or socks accepted. Brad- 1'. on our way. flat hold it comes down again, 1&1.!
ford County i h Telegraph. tf ABOVE tK HULLABALOOBy came to the scene be and sings It over again., The second '1 won'tl I'll never I

$ ., the one I bad time he sings It,. the contralto there"
,WANTED eight or ten strawberry with the choristers I comes in. then the soprano then They were playing III

1. plckera two or three different from what the baritone, and they're off Into took bold of me. tried tort

packers. Pick every day andpay doing It., I /got a break the real quartet' Well, our contralto away; from the stairs tried
off dally.' Have house to -w- The Ceprsno had one the Maddalena. was aa old-time me on stage by main fore*. jj

: *t live in duringseason.. Farm located throaty baritones* I operatic hack that had sung it a on. I hung on to thatl HIM
near Hellbronn it came 'to. the place thousand times, but something gor ; was a life raft. Th btsj
N. Springs. to mock him on "Ch* into her and instead of waiting for singing my part. ShstocM'
p D. Wainwright, P. O. Box bl fon." I shot it back Parma to finish that strain once. and bit her Up. I w" t t
hi, 346. Starke, Fla. 2tp LYTLE HULL the way he had given it she came in like she would on the lump out of her eyes sod!1'1
*l SITUATION it got a big laugh. I repeat. And she pulled the GIldS her face She turned ttw
,{ WANTED house- ,Douglas Fairbanks REV ROBERT in. And the Gilds pulled mOl In. left me. .

keeping or maid work exper- On 'Mail From Home' tone duality out the You remember what I told you I got to m, dressing' '."
ienced. Husband stationed at The first part of the about speed? Up there'you've got the door and then I eraeW
Camp Blandlng. Call Mrs. Olen a very touching interview in a stake this time are greater than The Mighty Work talked and whis, no time to think. You hear your iron bars there to bold .'
;z'' McIntire at Magnolia Hotel. New York paper. Douglas Fair I at any other period in the Ltuon for MotttA got to the place where cue. and you come In and heaven clenched my teeth my IIIL
fr I Itp banks Jr.-' as he is affectionately world's history, and the war J334. me back ,on my help you U you miss the boat. So toes and it was no lj
; known to' us all-recently told of takes on a sort of "1101) Cru CoZies Text .. I remembered "Bo- there was Parma and there wasthe they came those .

FOR SALK-..Fully. equipped res the Joys and sorrows attendant upon sade' appearance. Consequent The sea of crawling back. and orchestra In,one place in the sobs I had heard eomtal'
taurant using bottled fuel the arrival of the mall' at some faraway ly the men need at all times to lofty hills and Galilee. bent-of Marullo'a doub- core. and there ,were the Madda Doris that day, and t/JI/
for gas station or for come 'home- feel that the home front is carrying changes them tears. I sang It lena. the Gilds and me In another fought them back the WOJII
all of
t cooking and hot water; sick crew on naval patrol. Lieutenant on. Over and above this turbed then some., I opened place in the score. and there was got I knew the truth tW''
,: cheap for cash. W. Slrkln 402 Fairbanks, of the United States they want homely contacts. by sudden I Ipre.ence / there was. and at the Bchultz,. trying like a wild mania why Cecil had I laughed< "I?
fLV N. Beach St., Daytona Beach navy. had just returned from duty they feel so far away-so iso ciples such a was flat on the floor straighten it out., Not.a whisper plah..1II Rochester wbyB I*
Fla. "somewhere sea" and exhibited the to the F' from the audience about l IJf] ,*
1' Itp spoke feelIngly l.ted-the" starve for details of nature that high like my you understand. been mo doubtful
to mothers, wives and friends every bit of home news. they faith break and finishing off 60 long, as you keep going and the, rest of it.I way D J
BABY CHICKS-White Leghorn of men who are serving their country One young lad I know was Jesus were and cried afraid just barely make. my do your best they'll give you a and they knew It. M
and Black Minorcas-, crossed- In these di.tant-and often lone. without mail for several weeks. The New break, and even If you crack up and nothing else. But 7*
I ,c each. Delivery free anywhere ly-stations. H. told a moving story Finally he received news that some terribly sinful any pause then. The end have to start over they'll give lick that racket with in*$
In Bradford County on orders of the happiness of those whose he was the father of a baby girl. "possessed with' came like a pistol you a break-so long as you dorouT got to care about It; 7' :
names were called when the I even got and best They all voice B
: .f 100 mail This man had an added incen want to laugh by on a little
;- or more.-See or write arrived-and a enough some men from all but they won't... V d
distressing tale of Uve for doing his Job. Others over the so long as you music. You've got
aJbert Kruse, Starke. Fla. Itp the poor homesick kids who waited get news of much less Impor- smaller appreciation applause in a swell keep your head down and sock. heart to take It when III
er than
I until the last letter had been have the >> I lay there, the heart e'
handed lance but it means almost But I didn't know then what was and the only way you
CAN God's '
USE sa pose
; SEVERAL, ladles and out-only to turn reign./ for a long time. It's U. 1"
away empty. much to them. Non. of the that wrong. All I knew was that it was heart I I. to
possessed the W'but
men 21 years of age and over handed with a sob In their throats. services are "professional" In Gadarenes at house the Hippo letting sourer by the second, and another Doris. I bad
to work on counter The writer was so impressed once it takes them longer to I takes ,
serving beer by the old military started looking around for help. what it
sense-despite of God In ".
r i sandwiches and short orders. the Interview that he wrote a letter the fact that many are Regu him power to send them than any other place that was all they needed-that one TO BK COIVnVIJEDJ
Good In asking for an answer which he lars. ... ... .
pay private club. Hours might They are all citteene n' __.I... RAA.
p from <6< P. M. to 11 P. M. Also Here It reproduce Ia. in this column. they are all very home-minded. The: asaee a i
I need lady short order cook. Dear Lytle: When a mall ship comes In to things above the made and that if possible Starke officers W. E. Thornton

t Apply t 0 manager Veteran Your very flattering letter a post away from home the they were forbidden Survey be granted free delivery., Sapp..
ar- first question which the signal to eat-to sell "After Mr. IT1"!
Locker Club, one block from rived and nothing would please completes According to Mr.
bUnk out to the they feared all: "
r CeCe A next doot-i to. carnival. me more than to give you what is "have newcomer Delivery hi* survey, continued Mr. Stump asked the .Qldler
you any mall for perish U Jesus negroes
.d.:* Camp Blending Highway. material I can for a column on ua'" U there Is. the them "tie will have to forward hla.find- .
t work among and" whiskey.agreeing
; "letters to the boys" is don with added vigor and Into swine. And Hanson of the Post- Ings 'to Washington and have wanted some tbt!

FOR RENT Large front bed and The serious mall problem is a real spirits soar to "depart from at Washington, them checked over by the Department that he dM.

f/ room with I private entrance. leg In these one.bleak The boys: serv These men are doing a Job The lesson gives in ,Stark last week before we will know .the him out a distance 08
Use of kitchen If desired. Mrs. outposts receive and desolate of work-that it Is In their line of Christ's power', day and Thurs. remits! of his investigations." when the1
'A. Wood. E. Call St.. road and consideration.very attention of duty and must be done goes the forces of sin In making a get him some, bill.
third house from which a na without saying. We take It for There Is no middle survey upon him !knocking
1 new tion
: bridge. It at war can give them. granted the entire postal Soldier bottle and
Their health that they should make erence to such Slugged; head with a alii'
7t and weUar. is su looking toward the H.' JOt
fOR RENT -room unfurnished which Is as it should corded In the' general scuffle.
pervised ?
;4*,; house, hot and cold water C. R. training the by best experts available.and their be-but we can help them to do Person revealed in 'oft establishing free Robbed Of Valuables they caught up with ,b!W

Whitehead. Lawtey.. Fla. ltp too often .th.' strictly But their jet. by letting them know meat .e... > {Of'mall in Starke.; I : newed ,their attack.
t. and Intimate stimulant perseaal we are thinking ,of them and men's good and. be. Lax>Green has James Jackson colored la in lost; bll

NURSING WANTED by reliable ing-and this can only II come miss ing."keeping" And the home Ores burn- of this their should hearts. on the proposition : the County jail accused of participating In the wrist scuffle wstcb.be 1111 ':
dear t8O'
Lytle U daily a
J. nurse with several from I 'the ,folks back your ," said Postmaster l
years' ex home column along with Tbornl
faith .
la this can help In getting this In Christ-for' another Garrison belt) )&r
f perience. Old or Infirm war great units in the Wednesday. A civilian 1111
people front line thought Across to their lamb poral welfare I and negro tlll at large In assaulting The police recovered
maternity cases children. spend long periods of lies and good' In ago the Starke City but
Practical inactivity,. and friend.. it will be a the and robbing a whit solUer hat Saturday nlfc-nt.
nursing a specialty. Write mittent...violent and Is inter great' thing. they should not fear & a resolution! at 10 o'clock last Saturday not until Monday .H<3I%
A Box 431-B Starke Fla. 4tp when it complet. As ever livered from fear : Department re- night In Knight' \ "aI
comes. The negro
Issues negro
:.j i at Dousr. est evils that beset such a .survey be The arrest was made by quarters.police M.that when his watch the was recIIILADFOILD <"

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Lines Officials Say Starke Was Chosen For I 1

usses To Be In Operation Huge Development !t

reen Starke And Camp, April 1h 1 1the ,After Wide Survey Eastern Defense AreasBus


April hoof a bus next terminal Wed- Icenhour' Solves Attend Line ManagerTo Opening Gene Connell-President Blanding Center Gene Conned And Joe Arnold

the Orange i
Center : ;; .
r rd ding have at Ita disposal Of Blanding Center ryoj\W-'j'f. .,. ,", t"." '
will Complex' ,
ProblemsOf '
es 111;..),, ." :; Had
andg .
[facilities for the for loading first time Transportation James J. Murphy, general manager .i P:>Z<.r:<,\'' I <' \< Reasons For Choosing : : !

to accommodate of Orange Lines, Inc.,*and r. ', .
ic busses demand of civilians and John E. Icenhour, executive In charge of traffic operations, Is ,.t.:"" k This Site For $150,000 ,
service at Camp Blandta, vice-president of the Orange a bus line employe of long years' Project > [

|he opening day 22 busses i Lines, Inc., operators of Orange experience .

put Into service against : busses, whose offices will be in Mr. Murphy was for 23 years Si The obvious need for combininga : t

tomary 4 to 6 Orange the Blanding Center here, is a na- connected with one large bus Hal Edwards shopping and recreation center '

vehlcles which have op- tive Floridian with many ;years of line, and has a fine record. Dur- for soldiers under one roof near

between here and camp in successful business experience. ing his period of service with the ProminentIn an army camp led two retired '' I

monthS Born In Putnam county 4 2 company, it recounted no major Center New York business officials to '' t
ROIUJ loading and unloading years ago,. Mr. Icenhour has beena accidents even with transportation Set-Up found and construct Blending '

Sand the modern waiting certified public accountant for facility operations presenting Partially responsible for the Center which opens here April 1 .

located on the north aide- many years; he has resided for great'problems during--these un- ','. ... as Starke's "City Within A City." ,
Center, have the past 37 years Jacksonville usual time ; :creation of Blanding Center Inc., Completing an exhaustive survey '
II d Blanding )
11 i Liven bus officials a chance where he has made many acquaintances Mr. Murphy will be here for the ti'gY r! here In Starke Is one of the of army posts along the I

f those long felt transpor- and has served aa! a opening of the Blanding Center .4 4 y yIS :xiunty's most progressive turpen- Eastern Seaboard, realizing more I

Ifacllltles from here to the financial advisor for many In- and the Orange Lines station in p'' Une operators and cattle raisers. day after day the'need for such '
dividual enterprises.He an \
1.1I I frmy poet. conjunction with It, next Wednes- He Is W II. (Hal) Edwards, establishment near an Army j
Is a graduate of,the Uni- camp, such as Camp Blanding. +
I i lOrangeLines will use the lr.. of Lawtey, a veteran of :
versity of Florida, class ,of Eugene D. Connell and Joseph H.
1922 ,
T {foot covered Island plat- day.W. World War t, who served as a Arnold 4 I
and has finally selected Starke
many friends In towns vh for
Lbtch will permit the slmul- located M. Ward Buys d lergeant-major then, and knows the establishment of '
throughout the State of BUndlng
L of the: problem encountered ,
loading and unloading Florida. by a Center. Inc., the largest '<
+ Mayes Radio single
busses at a time. Thely ShopW. 4. soldier with a few hours of leisure "
; project In the
Because of the fact that Mr. time on his hands. area since the construction I Ithe
, equipped waiting roomyou'd
Icenhour Is a native Floridian he M. Ward, who recently purchased of the camp Itself '
in a city five Mr. Edwards
expect Understands the t ran sportatlon the Sunshine Grill near vice-president Starke Win Out '. (
(the size of Starke. It Is of handing Center, Inc., and besides Mr. Connell
-, first : S,
problems and Is capable of work- ; the railroad on Call street, last conceived and .Ht
i d with the latest la fix- Ing out the complexities of providing I Monday cons, ummated a deal SS this Interest he has success-i planned to finance such a project ', ,
including modem rest adequate trans portatlon whereby he cornea into. control of t1i55S; St fully operated one of the largest as early aa last April while still t I
drinking fountains, ade- .: turpentine plantations In Bradford In New
York and
the was Impressed '
facilities for a large post like Mayes Radio shop diagonally!;
Ito accommodate 700 pas- Blanding. across the street from his restau St County for many years. He with Starke aa a site because ,
> at once. rant. r.Ir also Is an active cattleman, and of Its nearness to Camp f

|Orange Lines has Its own Mrs. Is also chairman of the county's Blanding and because of the fact M I '
New River Grower Lois Mayes has been carry- selective service .
I efficient mechanics which I boaiil.He that no large shopping centers
Ing on with the radio
leep busses and taxi cabs Finds Seed Rot her shop since and bin family reside at were nearer than Jacksonville, '>
son, ,James, went to England
I for the convenience of the i'with the Canadian Lawtey, Gainesville or Palatka, 30 to 45: .
l service. In the 50x50 foot New River, March 26.FarmersIn a radio technician a few Force months as vq tltNlS miles away.
equipped with a 40 foot this section 8tui'ke r
!, have experienced ago.. According to Mr. Ward, the won over such locations
I pit, the vehicles will get I recent difficulties because' of wet price paid was $400, and he rents t J Joe Arnold-Secretary as Fort Dix N J, Fort Meade. >, S Sofd.

[ repair, Insuring safe trana- weather, and a number of acres both the shop and the living quarters .. Fort Bragg N. C.. Fort I
on i for passengers and cus- of farm crops were replanted asa In the rear Jackson, S. C.. and Fort Ben-
j result.O. a ning, Ga.. after the two had con- ;
|Orange Lines will maintain F. Tomlinson, local farmer, "I was one of the first RCA ducted a survey They selected '

i checking facilities at It's was busy replanting a corn field Victor agents" In the Country backin r4' Staike, too, because It was obvious }
1919 d I
said :Mr. Ward
j ation located In the Blan- and black-eyed pea patch today He was with the Tuesday. that if It was to realize Increased f,
!onter, also. because the seed rotted In the business from the men
Radio and Talking Machine Com-
I ground while the soil was still In service, more serving facilities
wet. pany, RCA Victor distributors In would. have to"be provided
A To
Sponsorling Jacksonville, and his work
was Mr.
Mr Tomllnson said that he had Is retired from the
For Wives saved ''a, majority of his snap- Pensacola done mostly In Panama City Here Are Brief Biographies Of The Men Ford Motor. Company where he i I S
and Tampa he said.
bean acreage but that some of ? Who Brought Blanding Center served for 12 years as traffic ,Ij, i f
I ling teams for wives of en- them were replanted where water manager of the Somervllle, Mass. ,
[men at Camp Blanding will stood .after the seeds were put Baggetts PlanDuplex' From A Blueprint To A Great RealityNorman and Edgewater N. J, Branches y:*.
nlzed here and for .. .
one areas
by next week Into the ground. Only a.small part -Year I #
Reed, director of the of the, sbf acre field was seriously : Apartment W. AverUI. Architec- Jacksonville during 1938, Has Pro"pectMoton Company, I

l-USO said-,-,if present. plan_. ,damaged,,"*aU&aagh:: '..they'wereplanted : ';' Corporal).n4Mr ..GtadYBurton* tural Supervisor..,Graduated from built and superintended over $1- Brooklyn largest' Ford-M rcury-' a r I' t
Lincoln and
BRae :
I :: ilurtng the rainy spell. He the University( efr Pennsylvania 000000.00 worth of construction.Has 'Zypher. dealers, Thus' l '
the intention of the replanting 4 8-10 acres of corn, Baggett ,have. let I I the contract to Practiced as architect and construction been with the Trianon Development -,", the President ef" BlandinI" Cen 'i'

is' activities director here and about five acres of black-eyed Obe Hall for the Immediate construction engineer in New York Corporation about four .. ter, Is a businessman of wide ex- ... I '
ke, located of a two-story frame for .- ., perlence who chose '
in the Woman' pe'as he reported today. City and vicinity the past IS months to settle in
uUdlng near the postoffice, -, stucco duplex apartment near the years. Specializes in large teal- Florida and Starke. '

Bv these teams organizedto corner of Church and Washington dences. Was supervisor of construction Otis M. NelHon. Assistant Superintendent lias Enviable Record v

[ Include wives of enlisted Sans Origine streets on the headquarters Resident of Gaines F. P. & L. Employes Blanding Center's secretary and I i

ni some officers at the Just Naturally Isn'tIf The building will be 24x30 feet; buildings for the Agricultural Departments ville. Florida. Has been in construction treasurer Mr. Arnold, Is a re r. '
will have five rooms and bath In Washington. Oregon, business for about ten All-Out For Bonds tired Brooklyn lieutenant detec-

announced today that you've been bothered with both up- talr. and down, and will Montana and Idaho, during 1935 yeais. Was foreman on North t tive He served for 21 years on
b the YWCA and NOCS six trying to figure where your hus- cost approximately $4,800. Ma- and 1936. During the summer of Dormitories In Gainesville at the H. N, Fairbanks, local managerfor the force, and was cited 19 times

will be open four days band or son in the armed forces terial has been ordered, Mr. Hall 1941 was In charge of a housing University of Florida. Worked for the Florida Power ic. Light for police work and heroism. '

so that those w"o already Is,(;when :he cablegrams you from said Monday, and he confidently project of 50 units In Springfield, Chalker and Lund of Palm Beach, Co., announces that less than 48 Arnold broke the famous 1933 G
I how can bowl and' starters "Sans Origine drop the matter expects to' complete the building Vermont. Has ,been with the Florida. Largest construction hours after the opening of the Rubel Ice Company payroll case. R

Kin to take lessons by next Ted A. May. Western Union man- within' six weeks. Corporal Bag- Trianon Development Corporationabout Job was Railway Express buildingIn company's campaign for defense which Involved the robbery of '

The alleya' will be avail' ager advises you. "Sana ,Origine" gett being' a defense worker, he four months. Tampa, Florida. Has been bond purchases through salary allotments $427,000, the largest single hold-

n Mondays,' Tuesdays, are French words meaning with will have priority on building materials with the Trianon Development all permanent employesof up loot In the V.:" S. ti

11 and Fridays from' 1 out origin. This identifying pointor and the work should go O. C., R. StjMtPberg. Architect. Corporation about one year. the company, numbering He was in charge of Brooklyn

M., Miss Reed said. origin' Is used by the companyto forward rapidly Mr Hall said. Graduated from the University of around 1,800, had signed up The N. Y, headquarters at the time of

i asked those interested 'to keep location of American Mr. Hall is now building the Minnesota. Was instructor of Mr. W. Percy Van Ness Presi- campaign' had been planned to his retirement. 'A regular visitor\

y the 'center' and register forces from falling Into the hands Randolph 2-story business houseon architecture for three years at dent of the Trianon Development run 10 weeks, but reports revealed to Florida for 15 years, Mr. Arnold -

jner in the next few days. of the' enemy. Many people have Call street, and Is at the same University o f Idaho; assistant Corporation since Its establishment 100 percent participation on the has owned a home at Holly-
SO Woman's professor of architecture at University In April 1940. Lives In second day. wood for two
club is on complained to .Western Union because time building one house on Kings- years and his wife d
Ff t street Just beyond the ,they say "There isn't any ley Lake and one between Starke of Florida for 8 years. I Gainesville although formerly of, The campaign was planned asa and daughter now live there.
Ua> hotel. such place on the map." and the Lake. Has been practicing architecture. Baltimore, Maryland. Is the son company-wide competition between Mr. Connell has resided In
four years I n Gainesville and I of Lt. Col. W. P. Van'Ness of groups of employes, with Starke for several months and

Starke. Has been Vice-president the United States Army. Is the I awards amounting to $800 In de- together with his wife, lives In the .

"The City Within A City" of the Trianon Development Corporation -I great-grandson of Dr. N. Brush, fense bonds offered for winning new home recently built by Billy I

for two years. Does gen- one of the earliest white settlers members. The minimum allot Powell here In the ,city. '
',"""- -..Spy&wxpftrf "Ijo!,......_..""" : ''''1''' IIf ," eral architectural work including I who came to Florida from New ment was placed at 50 cents each Both, men are optimistic as to
/k" '.fr ; ,: '. >' t' ;';: : : '; schools, theatres, churches and; York in 1826, whose plantation la payday, or 91 a month. The the future. Positive evidence of
: : t : : : : : :
's ,:- : : 2 : : : J commercial buildings as well aa I now the City of Palatka and partof monthly allotment for bonds Is this. is revealed In the fact that

,_' x.,{ '.' residences. Has been special, whose property In central estimated at from $3,000 to $5- Blanding Center a miniature business

-'H lecturer at University of Floridaduring I Florida is now the greater partof 000.In block, cost In excess of

-S.-- .3] past four years. Largest i the City of Gainesville. Mr. appreciation of the prompt, 9150,000.,

architectural job $100,000,00 school Van Ness assisted with the Creel universal response to the appeal,

j White Springs, Florida. Largest I Committee of Public Information company officials have doubled Wishes Good Luck
1)) ; ,'" construction Job Blanding Center during the last war and was Field the amount of defense bond,

Starke, Florida. Director of Division of Films. awards to 11,600, Mr, Fairbanks : For Old Pal
__ i.. .., rwrc..c w. tdra.wcwawc .o,.. ,-.w.a... s nwsd cN '

[ enured here Is the artist's conception of Blanding Center the "complete-community under onewhich Donald F. Douglass, Superinten W.rren C. Ilendry, Jr., chief Tim Jordan, popular managerof

[ will be opened to the public with elaborate ceremonies on Wednesday April 1. Occupy- deaL Resident of New Smyrna draftsman and assistant super Mcinnis Takes Job the Paramount Grill on West

F ana approximately.,tbs i; siza'of.e ''cttJ''bI ck. the huge structure Is located where Call Street Beach, Florida although moved to visor. Graduated from Andrew Call street, .la one of the city's
**to P" Starke eight months ago to superIntend Jackson High School In Jackson* In Key West
P J-,Defense; Highway) .,161. newcomers who wishes Joe H.
.' -,- ... __ construction of new Florida villa and la now a student In the
-- Theatre. Owned the DonaldF. architectural school 'at the University J. H. Mclnnla\ able assistant Arnold, secretary and treasurerof

Voterst -Receives O. C. R. Stageberg Douglas Company for about of Florida. Has worked since last September In guiding the new Blending Center good
Shahle'y ; ten years. Built the Horticultural 1 with Bernard Close, Architect the destiny of the 'MCA.USOere luck In his new venture.
; Registered Captain's CommissionW. Building at" University of Flor Jacksonville, John S. 'Hopkins, left Monday, for a new, post I, There's more than a commercial
pril 18 ida. Built the State Bank and Architect, Jacksonville Prentf.su at., Key.West. reason behind W./too. Tim and ..

J. Shanley) who came to bY.V Trust Company building )hi New Huddleston, Architect Tallahassee He will be engaged In the same Joe'served 'a total! :of,45 years together -

s r. HolUn worth. Starke from New York last May Smyrna Beach. Built the Masonic and Rudolph Weaver type of work there, where his on the'polloe and detective

la urgtnC the county 'the Paramount Grill, Temple In New Smyrna Beach. Head of the School of Architecture new duty will consist of providing forces of Brooklyn N. T.. t
reg1 tra- and opened
Dew clttzens who Served with 306 Army Engineers< University of Florida. Has entertainment for both soldiers and broke some big cases In their
1\ the May 8-26 primaries.expect to and later opened the Blanding ysys during the first World l War. Development and sailors concentrated In the times. While Joe served Brook

said the Drive-It near Camp Blending has Worked with Goyke Company in southermost city. lyn's force as lieutenant detective

have been registration books, received a Captain's, commissionIn : I Mr. Me In nil has made many Mr. Jordan was a first grade !
i irrwrRq
out In
ts for the eight of 1 friends here In Starke since he detective on force. When Jordan
the Corps A..tant- the
PUt few weeks the Quartermaster A & A Luncheonette New I.
his office r.1z I arrived last year and will be retired last July 7, after 24
at The good news
the the U. S. Army.
are open On courthouse Opened FridayThe At NCCSE. greatly missed around the USO years In service, he set up business
with the the following came In a letter from the Adjutant building. A successor has not here eight<< days later

exception of Sunk General of the United Statesat. new A A. A luncheonette ,H., Wilson of Green Bay, yet been named.

days, 9 A. .Waahington D. C., under date xK 'b? opened! In the small space In the Wls., came to the NCCS (USO) Mrs. Mclnnis and their small Branch OfficeThe
d. to
noon, and 2 0'- of March 20. Park theatre building last Friday this week to take up his duties son will remain In Starke for awhile

On Saturdays P., JrL the until 15 Captain Shanley Is well prepared under the management of Mr. there as assistant to J. A. May, before Joining Mr. Mclnnis Western Union will open a
open books director. Mr. Wilson succeeds at Key West. The usa center branch office In the Orange bus
evenings his new work, having spent and Mrs. AM. Mlxon. The I
9 p, M. for from ,7' P. for ; James L. Buckley, who Is leaving I there, like the local one, Is opline; Nation of Blanding Center.
voters the convenience several years at the Sheldon 141 luncheonette Is in the location, this week for Massachusetts: to crated by the YMCA. f. next Wednesday April Ted A,
West Englewood -
deadline for Military Academy at formerly occupied by a photograph look after the estate of his father May local manager announced to- '
18. the registration Is ,' N. J. He was for 14 years at gallery and a shoe shine ....ho'dled a few weeks ago. Mr. and Mrs, D W. McClellanhad day. Mrs. Louise Harper of At-

63 new supervisor sold with the Ford Motor Company parlor and Is owned by Mr. Mr. Wilson Is a graduate of all recent guests Mr. and Mrs. lanta, will be the branch office
the books voters registered Edgewater. N. J., during of Mlxon's mother Mrs M. E. Notre Dame university, and has J. H. Bartlett of Ripley, Miss, and manager Mr. May said where
at l'orth were In the dia- time h e trained hundreds Mixon. been for the past 11 years City Mrs. C. T. Grady of Mobile, Ala telegrams will be accepted and relayed -
and South Starke, mechanics. He was in turn shop for Green to the main
er. Lawtey. : The place is open 24 hours each Director of Recreation office uptown
Thel'e88lL Hampton New foreman. service Instructor sad : dAy and serves regular meals Bay, Wis. He expects to. bringhis Mrs, William H. Thomson Jr., on Call street.MANUSCRIPT. r
and conceived
Graham vice,traveller zone manager The architect"who and short orders and handles ice wife and son to Starke Just of Monticello, will arrive this

: car distributor and for the last ,' beautiful structure built here for cream soft drinks and candles. as soon as he can find a suitable week-end to spend a few days COVERS 41

lED RRnD CABD3-IsS: two years was supervisor of presentation at the accommodation of service They serve no beer, wine or other place to live-or a suitable location with her parents :Mr. and Mrs. per 100 BRADFORD' COUNTY

G1LU'o. COUNTY at the Ford exhibit and civilians.! Intoxicant. I for his trailer. F. F. Stump. TELEGRAPH.
World's Fair. men
the New York, I i K

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plantation at Brooker and pre- that the Halt Henry S. Thomas be and' fence .ae she may desire In accordance hers at Oalne.vIUo-
\ h. l Is .herein. and hereby requiredto with law. tth clay
'' Of PIOtit
New Civilian Defense Equipment that of the 1.800 acre March,, A
sumably appear to th'.ac' said petition In IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that II ,
tract owned by China Tung OU the office of : of the Circuit I the Clerk of the Circuit Court In A Z. Adl
-.r OlIILLiaA Court for Bradford County and for Bradford County Florida,
company. Florida In Starke on HondaYbAPrl! shall mall copy of thin notice by Adkins k Arnow Onlhe
Frame Feagle is manager of the e, 1942: either In I United mates" mall, with postage Ida" Attorne". for (. n4JoPd1eyr
torney and thereafter make such prepaid, to Bald Henry H. Thonim: .uu....
; In the field it. was said givingthe
ri defense as he may desire In accordance and Lily A. I>ob..cha or Lily I'obcha 1-1
TOMORROW\ machinery several days' run with law. Thomas at each of the above
I.. this month. IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that addressee within ten days after the
''I this order the date of .rra.ry o/ 1C..on \
.A- entry of ) ,
the said Lily A. Dobscha or Lily
1\\ -7- The plant will crush an extract such mailing to be noted on the
L the oU from tung nuts of tbe Dobscha Thomas be and she Is docket.IT "
herein and hereby required to appear IS FURTHER ORDERED that
\ DON BOBINSOM owned the
1,200 acre tract by to the Maid petition; In the thin Notice to Appear trI'o" : :
American Tung Oil company's u/flco of the Clerk of the Circuit once each week for -
Court for Bradford County. tlve week In the Bradford County
Brooker plant one of the few ida .In Starke on Monday Flor-I Telegraph, a newspaper publishedIn
CANS . foodIn large commercial plants in operation 1142, either In person or by 1.fo..r.rrf'B''Urfnt1W: i
In the country.NOTice nay, and thereafter make () in Cham- uantuttttyL
a few months you may be ,
i able to measure the bealthfulnes -....
of canned foods by their availability : Henry tl.> Thomas, whose
on the market. residence and address la care of
i Some favorite canned good will Merrltt-Chapman-Hcott Com pan y
Battery Place New York, N. Y; or
be taken off the grocer' shelves care or Merrltt-Chapman-Hcott Com
altogether come will blossom out pang Londonderry Ireland; or care
in new clothes and some will be of (ieor a Fuller Company, New :
available in limited quantities.One York, \tf.le.Y. or T. O. Box Ill,
avI Ohio
of the favorite canned suppers TO: Lily A. Uobucha or Lily Dobs-
h -canned pork and bean*-i chsv. Thomas whose residence and
t scheduled, to be eliminated entirely address 1. p. t). Box 411. i'alnes-
vllle Ohio:
the New York department .f publlo work. this newly for in the plan to conserve tin It tII'J: appearing by sworn petition rA
Developed by has been decreed that beans can In the Circuit Court of FlorIda
built bomb carrier Is drawn by a truck tractor. It 'a a heavy be cooked at home as they were by;" Eighth Judicial Clrrult, In and
t p, affair and bouse a smaller similar cage. In which delayed bomb.fijin grandma. for Bradford County Florida, by
vt to Isolated areas and than demolished. Marie A. Thomas In that certain
be conveyed
; i may Even Fldo will be affected. cause therein pending wherein A '
Canned dog food which uses 820 Henry 8. Thomas IB plaintiff and 1 yI
Tobacco Planting -such as corn and peanuts. tons of tin each year, will no longer Marie residence A.' Thomas J.a t::;'<1.a"nl thatthe said
'I : Some of the larger growers be sold in cans It has been Henry 8. Thomas Is care of Merrltt-
found that de-hydrated dog food can Chapman-Hcott Company. Battery
Hazena and Galneyi
Under Way Huch as the Place New York N. Y., or care of t i
MF 1 keep a dog just as healthy as t sd % i
size tract {
t have planted a good canned food.Baking Merrltt-Chapman-8 cot t Company 1 'day Ae
+ March 26.F'armer8 farm Londonderry, Ireland; or care of
'k Brooker of their regular acreage.
i" ; powder cereals, flour and George) Fuller Company Now York
} and tobacco growers have taken However the wet. weather retarded spices are among the other prod- N. Y.; or P. O. Box 411, Falnesvllle.)
';ra the progress of cultivation, ucts which will be cut oft entirely Ohio; and It further appearing 1
advantage of the brief dry spell from said sworn petition that the i i
t 1 especially breaking land prepara- from their tin can supply residence and address of Lily A. 4 I
since excessive! rains halted last I Dobscha. or Lily Dobscha. Thomas .
week and have begun plantingsome tory to planting crops. SALVAGE collectionsThere I and!Is P.it O.further Box: 411 appearing Palneivllle from, Ohio said; c= 'l $

general crops and tobacco. will probably soon be major sworn petition that the relief "
Ground Too Wet additions to the list of foods Bought therein Is for an order setting a a +
of tobacco plants aside and vacating the final ;
i Several acres which can no longer be supplied in
For Spring Plowing decree of divorce entered In that
+ii have already been set by prlnci- tin cans. But this can be postponed certain cause therein pending Mks.
U we all save tin cans and turn wherein Henry 8. Thomas le plaintiff ,
'' pal growers of this section And Hellbronn Springs, March 26.- them In when there Is a local tin and Marie A. Thomas I la de 'ZSY raqo'

$ a number of them started laterIn Farmers and truck crop growers I can collection.The fendant.IT IS. THEREFORE ORDERED 4, aka
the week. Included among In this settlement are faced with government estimates that It

'' .r the farmers who began setting problems similar to others can salvage 120.000 tons of tin and &

/ the 1942 crop of tobacco la Cur- throughout Bradford county. scrap steel In a year U we will all AUTO PARTSUSED rV

tis Melvin who set four of his months see to It that tin cans go to war
of recent
anticipated 10 acres Wednesday. The Instead of to the garbage heap. TIRES (WE HAVE:
backed off In the connor
have them
I Thursday and Friday. The tin cans turned In will be reprocessed YOUR SIZE). GENERATORS T
I Is con-
so far as planting with chemicals. To make
k I H. P. Galney and R. E. Hazen, has been little AUTO, GLASS CASH FOR
cerned. There as simple as possible it has .
big tobacco and farmers OARS AND TRUCKS IN ANY
growers been
the that
farm land turned but ma- requested housewives "
d. have already planted quite a jority of farmers have been forcedto give tin cans the following treatment CONDITION. b 1

l bit of tobacco. Galney has set wait for their fields to dry so before bundling them up for rt,
} several acres of his prospective collection: Used Autos $25 up b. s? +
for planting spring
they can plow
20( total and Hazen has about 8 1. Remove both ends of the. can
acres already in the ground. crops.A and wash it. HASKINSAUTO vw aS

I This of course, represents onlya large number of strawberry 2. Step on the can lightly so that (st
patches look good In the Hell- there is still about a quarter inch PARTS
small portion of the bright leaf
bron section. One of the finest of air room between the walls of North of Town on Road) IS 3 i'
which will be In the -
g row n 7
owned b Earl the can for chemicals to flow s
small y
Brooker area this For this patches t
year. through when it is
being )
Carter Just off the Starke-Ral- reprocessed. w yd et eY;, ? '3b7 t I
sector of farming-minded Bradford .
I ; county has led in the production I ford highway has mighty fresh 3. Put both ends of the can inside(
a'' '1 of tobacco for several and healthy looking bushes and the can itself. -' -

} years now.Farmers. some fruit. That's all there is to It. # .
the plants i
Generally berry
d have realized good In condition PRICES protected v I
; profits from the crops too. Atone around here are good MP < ?
G+J time the local "money crops"consisted even though it has been mightywet Although the quantity of foods
In the past few weeks. available In tin cans will be considerably /
mostly of watermelons, reduced this will not .

d beans and cucumbers but now mean a scarcity of all the food we
+ n the growers rely to a great extent Manassas Move need Neither will it mean increased -
f on tobacco.A prices for canned goods.'

large acreage of the local Old House; In our new national policy of substituting Coca-Cola belongs. I

i, ; soil Is now devoted to beans, Irish To Build New One government control for the People D

,, potatoes and general farm, crops old competitive system of selling; on
America has
thrived both
Within a few days the Manassa prices and proper distribution of welcome Coca-Cola. They

DR. LEMUEL COLSON residence at 833 North Walnut rood will be under the close scrutiny
street-one of the old.landmarks of Washington.

I DENTIST of Starke-will be Jacked up put Already Mr. Henderson who U hi know it Is f/ie/ real fWng,-the

on wheels and whisked away! It charge of the gigantic problem of __
!+ will not go far but. will be givena handling supplies and governing i

ADKINS BLDG. new resting place Just one prices. has fixed prices on many of quality drink. They know that

block to the west on Clark street. the most popular lines of canned I'I'eoods. And We Also Save You
; He has issued a regulation
"Mr. Green, 0 f Gainesville a the I Money By Giving Good /
being manufacturer's and Jobter's S/
its taste refreshment '
will do the work never
d EYES EXAMINED pioneer mover, price on 11 canned fruits and Leather and
Quick Ser-
Mrs. Tom Grady stated Wednesday l' canned veetableand severe ,

i'' GLASSES FITTED ., enaltles> have been set up for any vice.
: The Trianon Development Corporation violations of his price edicts. Although disappoint a always please. You trust its quality

1Iwi t will begin at .the earliest be has not ;yet fixed retail 0
prices> this will be done quickly Ut
r Dr. L. L. Copeland & Son possible moment. the constructionof is found that retailers attempt to An Work Guaranteed .

48 W.,Forgyth ;:St. Phone 92887 a modern S-room bungalow on raise prices on these canned goods. IOTT1IO UMOf AUTHORITY OF VHS COCA-COLA COMPANY if

' ;I the Walnut street property. Until The 11 canned fruits which should Electric Shoe,
} + cl Dr. Robt. C. Garvin the completion of their new home, stay; at the same price level from Shop STARKE COCA-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY

4 208 Graham Bldg. Phone 0-0223 the Manassas will cntinue to live now on are: apples apple sauce

;; tI In their present one.MANUSCRIPT apricots. cherries (red sour pitted
), cherries (sweet, fruit cocktail -

? State Registered OptometristsEvenings COVERS-91 fruit salad peaches, pears,

,. By Appointment 100 -BRADFORD COUNTY I pineapples, and plums.
per The IS vegetables on which Mr.
k ( TELEGRAPH. I Henderson has fixed prices are:

""' ''''' '''''",, .,..."..........r-.......................... ...... ........................._..............._.........._-- asparagus, beans (all dry varle- GET YOUR WHEEL ALIGNMENT
Q===Q======QQOOQQQQC ., ties), beans (lima), snap beans

FUNERAL DIRECTORMy (green and wax), ,beets carrots

corn peas, pumpkins sauerkraut
My Yearn Experience Make It Fmalbla for'Me to Reader spinach. sweet potatoes, tomatoes,

P EFFICIENT ,PROMPT and COURTEOUS SERVICE tomato catsup, and tomato juice. .CHECKED


expected that other package .
Starke, FloridaT.CLUTEREALTOR ing materials in addition to tin.
will soon be rationed by Mr. Hen

derson. The cardboard used in ; ABSOULTELY '
many packaged cereals and other Y. .,
71i\ ". :
W. grocery products is becoming ...., ':
scarce due to huge requirements J ,.,..;.".
I P. II. A. LOANS for cardboard in packaging shells tt'c I ::.. .

,, We ,want the listing; on your propertyWe and other munitions. Glass, although cz r;, :,-i:;:
plentiful will probably; become *-ii'i,*'*
have some wonderful properties for sale harder to get as more and ;;:t"; .' FREE? !' ,>
more manufacturers turn to
See us about your Real Estate Needs containers for their products. Only $: r'"

119 E. CALL STREET PHONE 66 about 1 per cent of packaged food. .",'V:: -
are now packed'In glass so- It is '. -.1. ;. .
Ills : easy to picture how impossible it '
would be for the glass Industry to BY THE NEW SUPER-ACCURATE
expand enough to supply containers LIGHTBEAMMETHOD

SINCLAIR PRODUCTS for the food products which will be .. -
Cut off from tin. .
Packaging Is a problem of minor
Gasoline Oils and Fuels
importance among the great prob STEERING QUICKLY
lems) we face today, but it servesas CHECKED WHILE YOU
WHEN YOU NEED FUELS FOR HEATING an excellent example of the

GIVE US A KING WE DELIVER hinge in every little thing which : WAIT
will result from our war program.
U we have to go back to the .

' t H. E. TUCKER, Agent cracker-barrel do it without era of any retailing particular wean THE THOMPSON MAGNALINER:

lardshlp. The main thing is to
For Sinclair Refining Co. keep sufficient food available to

protect our health-and there la no

Phone 158 -- Starke Fla.Jj question that this will be done. SAVE FOR DEFENSE
: In fact the government is taking
more Interest in our health today *

,f than hough it our ever food did may before not and be delivered even .If You Can't Buy New Tires, Let Us Save Your ,Old Ones. Our New

A to come in fancy out of packages this war,a we much are bet-apt Machinery Points Out'The Trouble. Our Experienced Mechanics Cure It.

# IIRIR7If tor and than more we are Intelligently today. fed people Have Your Tires Checked Today, Absolutely Free. Camber Base King

And that's all that really matters Pin
_ven If we eventually sit down to Slant Turning Radius Toe Front and Rear Tires .
a dinner of health-blooming cap.
sules. Wheel Balancing

1 Do Your Trading Tung Runs This Oil Plant WeekThe

t where 6 pieces Rogers Silverware areaway American J. ROBERTS MOTORS
Tung OU plant at
p.. or certificates.given with every $-10 la trade Brooker, which ha been in operation ,

t much of the time since '

( Are BoleenwdIn Ca h U 'Christmas ran Monday and was DODGE AND PLYMOUTH AGENCY
SMITH'S GARAGE expected to run several other days -
Too ChooM Starke
STAKKE. FLORIDA during the week. ,
f :fir Around lOO-tons of tung nuts

4' ...... are on the floor of the plant or


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lie rmri'iT rocnr. BRAnFOHn embraced under said certificate No. : iv: 1 rinrrrr. I
T' : ; .II : Carol -"tI''r 9, 4 of .r1t.1 LIncoln City :r::: n. I"LtN"U'1 IV 'IIA\I:
W. :
nrntftelcl. Plaintiff' vn. !! 6 .
p 83 K,, la I
embraced Mary .
Leo 10: ..
T Robert l>rat field, defendant. binder said certificate Tok. ". Plaintiff v*..
Case No. Joseph V. Tokay.
1867. I Defendant. Cami :
OKIIEIl OF rtTBLICATIONf No. KOI. Kathleen Norris
The assessment of the saId. prop. OHDUR Says : :
ANn NOTICR'] TO AfPBAK erty under said certificate No. 53 PUBLICATION:- ,

8TATR OH1 FLORIDA., to: Leo was in the name of S. (). Potter. I STATIC AND NtlTlCK TO API-EAR
Ttohort JJratflold. whom residence The anKexament of the Paid V. OK FLORIDA to: Joseph ,
I": City of /KchenecMily, County of under said property Tokay. Who". reBldence In, 142-
:: -hnectaJy.York and rcRldu and at State Number of. 111 New on anil known 433:: The were. assessment In the name cot the No.of saul Un.430 I' Island 10 14th.New Avonue Yolk, Whltectone New. York.Lone Don't Believe All Yon Hear in Wartime: "

Uarfleld Avenue In BAld City. under. paid You are required. to appear on
ehff4&u II AP'.Y"6t't required to appear on rroperty In the name certificate of llhetta No. Court April Slh.and, 1942. In the above named (Ucll SyndicateWNU Svrvlce.i i
,.. 194:1.: In the above nam CurnmliiK; calletI, wherein plaintiff
ed Court and sank* divorce. Bradford
caune. wherein plain. Unless paid Certificates. County
tiff B...ka Ulvorco. 'nra.tfo..d County redeemed shall be Telegraph shall publish this Order
TttlAftraph .shall iiubllnh to law the In next four weekly ,issue.
trilv Order properties described I therein will beHold .
In next four weekly Inituea. Wlln."a mv; hand and official semi.
to the highest bidder II
Witness my hum and official Courthouse door on the first ui Mon the Litittarke.1142. Florida, thie March 9th., f

seal at Ktarko. JKlorldn, this Feb, day in the Month of
ruary 27th., 1942.U"'f"ICIAL "April 1942 (OFFICIAL SEAl.. : ) A. J. Thomas fI
the 61b.
day of
April A. Aa Clerk
( MEAL) A.t.: Thomas Dhl J'UI.1 of said Court. 3-13 4t 4.3 I
As Clerk of said Court. 3-1 Ham I;. Wilson, Jackaonvllle, .
4t 3-27 Dated this the 4th., day of March Atty. for Plf. FI... I
Marlon ,
II. Jennings, Jachaonvllle A. D. 1942.OFFICIAL. _
_____ Fla. Atty. for Pit. { SEAL) A. J. Thomas iv rmri'iT' ('O"IIT.
Clerk Circuit C o u r-i. Hrnilrard, ( .RA..ORI)
; roi'MTY'
rinnuT' rornr. ni (18th.!
ArFonn !
County State of Florida.
w 3-6 4t 3-27 (:'KIeV. i
r: -
___ .,) I Iva Lee Oodwln, Plaintiff v... Rich ( j. .
Martin Eugene \VoodlBy Plaintiff. IV rlHCl'IT COI'RT. BM\nFORI ard Uodwln. Defendant. Cane :No. .
v... Bffln Woodley, Oeendnt, Cane roiTVTV. PLOUIUAl IV <(<.IIAN- onoltn OF ..
OHI>KH OP1 PtJMIJCATlOV }1enr'. Woodruff Cornell Plaintiff AND NOTICE TO APPKAtt ? 1 '
AND NOTII'B TO APPEAR v... lather Josephine Cornell. De STATK OF FLORIDA to: Richard k\\ITU ,\' I
STATE OK FL. WinA, to Kffle fendant Oodwln Koute- No. 1, Blackahear "- ,I I
Wood ley. whose .. Oeorela. *. .
rHld nra In 11350 ORDER PUBLICATION You 2 \ ,; ,
South wentworth Avenue, ChlcuBo ANn NOT1CB TO API'BAK required tn appear on
April 6th., 194. In the ,
Ill inola. STATE OF FIX>RIDA to: Esther Court above named I.i. l
You are required to nnnenr on Josephine Cornell whose residence. cause, wherein' plaintiff I J'

April 6th.. 1942: In the abOve named and address la. 44 Adelaide Avenue "seeks.....". etc.divorce. liradfnrd, aunport Attorney. : I
Court and cnutte wherein plain Providence, Rhode Ilanil County 'rein.grsph
tiff .Seek. divorce. Uradford You shah publtoh' this Order in ,
County are required to
appear on
Telegraph shall publish thin Order !Monday April 6th 1942 in the next Wltnean four weekly, hand iMBue. k &&It7'ii// j i iI ij
In my and official seal
next four weekly iHHtieo. above named Court ami{ cause 1943.: "' .
Wltnuun' my hand and official' wherein plaintiff peeks divorce and at Htnrke? I
**al at Ktarke Florida. this March no other relief Bradford County (OFFICIAL HEAD thin A. March J. Thomas 9th.,.
4th. 1942.
Telegraph hall
:r publish thin Order Aa Clerk of .
(OFFIClArj 8BAt) A.:1. thomas In next four weekly Innuen. V. 1,=. Knowlwn, Court. 3-13 4t 4-3 ,
---- AH Jackaonvllle Flo
-lerk. of tmld Court. 341 Wltne my hand and official Heal Atty. for Plf.
]> rnpl) nlr. Jacksonville, "'1... at ,Starke, Florida, thIs 4th day of _
Honey Flavors) This Fruit Bran BreadSee March 1942. iv riitrtirr
_ its \iiKoitn
(OFFICIAL" REAL) A.' .1. Tlibfono. ,
( Recipes Below) iv cmorrr cnt IIT. DRADKOIIO An Clerk of .said Court. 3-fl 4t 3-27 ('bIt V. FI.UHIIIAt I.V: pU .

COI'M I'Y. FI.UIIlnAI IM VIIA.N! John J. nendercon Esq. Atty., for Leroy Chancy Johnnon. Plaintiff. I
I CKRV. I'lf. .
v .. Elisabeth
Substitute Foods I Clarence 'hittene-n. Plaintiff, v.. Smith Johnson De
This Week's Menu: fendant. ('as" No. 1892.
I Chlttenden. DefenUant. Cane iv ORDEU OF :
( vital question! every home- Old Fashioned- ortnER OP I'ITRI.tC'ATION rOI'" TY. rLOHIUAl tIIA:>. AND NOTICE TO APPEAR.,;
Bailed Dinner (".)RY. S STATE OK FLORIDA, to: Kllaa- I
facing beth Smith '
now Helen Johnnon.
I whose
available food for Pineapple-Nut Salad STATE OF FIXR1DA to: Lilian my Johnson Johnson. Defendant Plaintiff \m. Tom and residence IB Route No. 1 adrlrena, Florencn. I
certain .
shortages. Sugar Baked Fruit Pears Bran Bread I I Juniper Ohltlenden Street whose Atlanta residence Oeoricla.la 942 ORDER OF PlIULIOATION You. Mouth are Carolina. IW' I 'i JU' iI) ,I.
Cookies require.l to
and You are required to appear on April 6th. 194S In w I I .LL& .
shortages reduced Coffee Tea .Milk, I April 8th., 1942. In the above named Johnson STATS OF- FLORIDA t..: Tommy Court an'i canne, wherein the above named ,
supplies of I Court and wherein WHOM residence la un plaintiff .
? Recipes Given cause, plaintiff known. seeks divorce 'and no other relief. qTh. : I
I necks divorce. Uradford .
oils and certain County Bradford County .
tats You are required to appear on Telegraph shall) I
I Telegraph shall publish this Order
Imports makeIt In next four April 6th., 1942. In the above' named publlnh this Order .In next, four '
weekly iHHUefl.
Scald milk I : weekly iBHuea. '
and Court
cool to lukewarm. Witness hand and officialweal and cause, wherein plain i'
necenary for Pour over and I at Htarke my thin March tiff seeks divorce from d fendant Witness my hand: and official seal \. ,
of ,yeast sugar in mix. Florida Tommy Johnnon. Uradfonl County at ,$tarki.. Florida, thin 7th day of
every one you I 6th
--> ing bowl and let stand for Vt hour. (011FICIAt.1942. Telegraph shall. publish this Order. March. 1941. ,
F SEAL) A- J. Thomas
to revise your (OFFICIAL SEAL A. J. rJJ'
i Add melted fat and I salt and the I An Clerk of said Court. 3-6 41 321John In'next four weekly IKBUP An Clerk of said Court. 3-13 Thomas
meals in some re- VItneMe my hand and official seal 4t 4-3
flours beating them in well Knead I 8. Cowlea. Jacksonville, Fla. at Florida; John .1. Henderaon Kaq. Atty. for A.' ...
land UM substitutes. Atty. for Flf. Htarke thla March 4th, Pit. a brgan to prepare to II/d1'koulllaa living room kitchtn' and pantry. By |

the dough for about 10 minutes on a 1042OFFICIAL. lifht of on. candle thai belonged on a birthday caht MIa pinned end nailed things '
nigh tugar rationing Is to bet ( SEAL) A.t.: Thomas. -

you will still be able to ytVI lightly floured board. Cover and let IN rmrriT COVHT.roi' IIR.\nFORn' A. Clerk. of said Court. 8-t 4t 3-27 131 Till. COI'RT OF TIlE rO'INTY into piact. t
also sub- rise in a warm place for % hour : rv. FLOHIUAI iv CHAM-: K. Perryman Atty. fur Plf.IV Jl l.iH. lilt tDKORI OOU N TY. .
I There are good then knead C'MRV.Jlh..nll KI.OHIItA. IV HHOBATW. KATHLEEN NORRIS
again for 1. minute. Re- I By \I
for it such as honey, mo- the Kandern. Plaintiff, v.. JabeStanderH. TIRCI-IT COURT III1\I>POHI> Iii re: Kxtatn: of TilE SILVER LINING
land corn syrup aU of which peat rising and kneading process efem1ent. fnn :No. 1900. roi-VTY, FLOK1UVI IV CII\.V-, Luther, Powell do you know per-
twice Deceaad. In a vivid account of liar '
more. Shape into a loaf OIn1oI0''" PUBL.ICATIO.V C-ER" \
) used very easjly for cooking and let in AND :NOTICR TO APPBAHSTATK Daisy Hell Lee, .. Iloh- TO All ..'r..lIto..%. and Perxona ..... WHAT of the brighter xprriences during a* typical .
again PlalntlffbV.
rIte a greased pan ert Edward hula ('1..,_ or Drniando
eelenlne purposes. Still an- : OF FLORIDA to: JabeRandern. Lee .. .. Against of this war situa-
until double In bulk or about an whose residence In Unknown.1 Case No. 1841. Said KMalrl San Francisco blackout, Kathleen .

cellent source of sugar is in hour. Bake In a hot ((400-degree) ORDBIt OF Pt'RLirATION notified-You and and each of you are hereby tion? It's everybody's business Norris ihotei that it it "
You to AND NOTICE TO required to
fruits which you can use are required appear on Al'I'KAU present any
oven about 50 minutes. April 6th.. 1942 In the above namedCourt STATE OF FLORIDA to: Robert claim and demand which you. or today to find that side ioiiible to tea the brighter ,
sert; to get your daily) quotar. Edward Lee Jr. either of ( have I
and cause wherein plaintiff whose residence against
Honey molasses
or along with seeks 'divorce. Bradford County IB: 313 EastLiberty "Hlroet Nor. the estate of uLu'I';, C. Powell. docenttftd and pass along to his neigh aide of life even in wartime.It \

|I recipes which have less fruits rich in carbohydrates: contrib Telegraph shall pnbllnh thiH OrderIn folk Virginia.You late of said County: to the bor whatever tends to lift our it, she brlitvft, our duty to e
ute to the sugar content of this fruit next four weekly Inauea. are required t gar and butter. for although bread Witness my hand. and official seal April 6th. '9U. In the above named Florida. .. at his office. In the coiirihnuK hearts. For there's a black do 'o. War will bring inconvenience
: at Btarke, Florida. this March 8th., Court and' cause, wherein plaintiff .. of the said County at Starke hard
hay not be actual and
an shortage Fruit Bran Bread. 1 42.OKFICIATj. KeekB divorce. Itradford County Florida within .1 f h t calendarinonthn shadow over the world, and perhaps,
ese items they may be ex- 1 ( PleAt) A. J. Thomas. Telegraph shall publlMli this Order fri>m the time, of the first ship, but tee will M better I table :
eec AM Clerk of Bald Court. 3-11 4t 4-3 In next four weekly issues.Vitness publication of thin. notice Each until it passes we must help
,4 cop honey or molasses J. H llarrlnon Jacksonville Fla. my hand and, official claim or demand shall b.. In writ. another to shining to endure that hardship
| are extremely valuable in 1 buttermilk Atty. for Plf. peat at Htarke Florida this March log and shall state She place ot one see if/ we' face i it with a tmilr. To .
cap remdence .
rent and 6th. 1942.OFFICIAL. and ptmt office HddreM through it the same old guiding ;
emergency. you are 2 cops floor ( SBAt! ) A. J. Thomn of the flnlnmnt.. slid shall. be- sworn worry unnecessarily it not on

I to lave as much of fats and 1 teaspoon salt iv nun'IT rot HT. niiAi)Kom.roi"TY. > A* Clerk of said Court. 3-6 4t 3-27 to by the> claimant his or her lights of faith hope and but tho \
lyOliLS 1109(0 of
| you can. Be sure that your FlORIDA i IM: CHAV.CKItY. J. S. Harrison' Jack nun VI lie, ...1.... agent: or attorney and any nuchclaim a t
Z teaspoons baking powder Atty. for PlC.5w or demand not BO filed I shall charity. time and energy tto should I'I :
puts In all the of fat be void.
IH! cops bran cereal Dorothy Mllford. Plaintiff, vii. Joe live
nmings off the meat you buy. n. Mllford Defendant.: Cane No. mirriToi'irr. Jill tines John II. Powell) and Here's something may tpvnd on I '!
H teaspoon soda (U'TY' FLOHIUll IV tllV.: Luther (1. Powell. some of the women who live far Inland ion for tuch
Ian take these pieces home 1894.onnnn C'IIY.Raym..nd: A.* exprutorK' of the Last Will and 1'
54 cap chopped figsI ( hours of anxiety. My I
prlfy them for use in frying ]..WJ"-JO-FIt.FJ[ ; TO Ll l>fuT W. flulnn, plnlntlff v... Testament of Luther C. Powell d". some gencies as ', : I
or actual cooking. ( cup chopped dates RTATia <,H" FIXJHin/V to: Joe D. 1.01. K Uulnn, Defendant. C'UBO :No. cvaaed.FlrBt. home lion the Pacific coast be. shortages. '

fig 54 cap ralalns \\\fllferd. whoae reilidence In Un- 1782. | publication 3-20 1942. tweon San Francisco. on the north '
i have blithely discarded the OIVDETl: PITHL.ICATION 3-ZO 4t 4.10 World
k of
H cap chapped outs flown. and all the many army and navy gan "

lot butter off the butter plates I Bea( egg,well a, add honey or molassos."Adtit April You 6th.1 are 1942 required lit Ihn to above appear named on !STATK' AND! :NOTK'B OF FLOKIDA: TO APPUAR t..:' Li.lH K. IV ('llIf"'IT' ('!>! ...... ItRAIIFOItll) bases that are strung along down to for the silver 1 I t. i

dinner., lunch ,er breakfast Bran') ( and buttermilk.Sift Court: anil ocue.: wherein plaintiffneekn l Oulnn whoM. re-Bldence In. Itoute 'Dl VT1 FI.OIIIIIAt I" ('1."%. San Diego, on the south. 1
No.6. Cord la H .. ter CKItr. .
temedy habits divorce. Bradford, County 0 ad. Hylv: ,
your immedl- : the dry Ingredients and add to Telegraph> shall publish thla Order Uenrxla.You Jiirnux Ketnpney, Plaintiff v... Catherine After Pearl Harbor we had a bad the safest .'

Even if you do not use the first mixture with fruit and nuts. In next four weekly IMMU"". are required to appear on Dempsey fondant. Case No. scare and we leaped into action building. ,
Witness. hand and official' seal May 4th.. 1942 In the above named I
[scraps as butter these Stir until flour Bake my ORIJKR 0V PUBLICATION' with that passion of patriotism that San .
only disappears. I at Htarke,_ Florida, hlu( March 8th., Court and entice, wherein plaintiff
used for flavoring vegeta. in a greased loaf with waxed 1842. seeks divorce. Bradford County I AM U NOTK'M TO APPMAIt stirred the whole country. PellrlHarbor' air attacks '

r in larger amounts for cook. paper placed at the pan bottom before I A OFFICIAL.. Clerk or saul SKAT<: Court.) A.:1.3-1S Thomas 4t 4-S Telegraph In next four shall weekly vnblinh I...'.tills..... Order i, erli STATE,.. l>ernpHey OF ,FLORIDA WliOiiC| residence t,.: ,Cath)IH tragedy was on a Sunday; them any more

(d baking purposes... Be sure the mixture is poured in. Set the Ham II. WINun/ Jacksonville, FI.... Witness; : my nand and official: : 1 seal Unknown.You on Monday night, just us a family In every way
tter is kept In the icebox for rif.I.V at Ktarke, Florida this HI arch 10th. are required, : to appear on had our '
ort Atty ; dinner got under way. we ;
oven at moderate: ((350 degrees) and 1942. April l I lltli.I 142! In the almve niinifd, plemantnem.
t In a cool place so it will not bake bread for about 1 hour. (OFFICIAL PKAL) A.:1. Thomas Court and. cii use, whxrvln phi i I.tiff first wild siren coil for a blackout. nation's most .
; rancid. A* Clerk of said <'nur313 It 4-3 seek llvor I <'.. Brad.rd ..'..unly Two minutes later the town lights
Simplicity will be the keynote of ('IIHTIT rOI'IIT. 1I1I.\UFOlin Tuli-Ki-npri usual way. J
n. A. Hterihenii, Jacknonvlll Fla. shall publlnh) his Ordor
rand its substitutes will be meals so in keeping with that theme (001'1'1'LOIII"1' IV CIIA> Atty. for Plf. In next four weekly I......... were extinguished and everythingwent Life ..
pie, but you should plan to ( l1l V.Allea Witness and official sent. pitch block whether anyone I
use I am including two desserts using It. Smith, Plaintiff vn. I.=d. ,:rmri'iT/ 4tlIT. Jilt il)9flhIl) at "Stark, 'r.ha",1 thin. March 13th. I'm giving, ,
Jloodi spar. Smith. Defemliint. CBHH No. 1899. .'42. liked it or not.
fruit flavored with honey. ( 01' N'I'Y. .IHIII) \l IVJlmmle t.hAN- cause good
You can OKI Kll CElL V. (OFFICIAL/ SEAL) A. J. T.homa
It was a balmy December night. East and in the
utethecorngetabe Broiled Grapefruit. ANn NOTIC3B TO AI'l'KAH L. McAlllnter, Plaintiff, va. AM. Clerk of Bald Court. 3-2(1( 4t 4-10'
Wash and dry; grapefruit and cut HTATH OF FI.OItll to: Ed J. R. MoAIIlBter 1 Defendant Cans Ualph, C. Itonmily, Jackonvllle, .'h with stars. Everyono rushed out of convinced that
renldence lloute
Smith IH 4
whose ,
or No. 1858. Ally. for Pit.iv doors and voices were heard at all jitter of
in half crosswise allowing tfc grapefruit Klnotnn. North Carolina. om"En OK PITBMCATIONAND _
ineral oil per person. With a sharp knife You are required to appear on !NOTICR( TO AI'PRAH < lIrll'I' (80151'' IIIIAIlFnilll the gates and gardens In neighborly er In dark

|lad dress- April 6th.. 1942 In the. above ,nama.lCourt STATE OP FLORIDA to: J. It. ('OI NTY, FI.OIIIUAl 4II\V. fashion and since many of these ing through
cut around and- under the entire pulp ami cauae, wherein plaintiffHeekft MeA III..t"r.. care of Hears and Iloeluiclc ( KltV.Ruby: ,
you are being careful to leave alt the mem- divorce. Bradford County : Company, Wh..lln.V"Ht Ur...... insford. Plnlntlff vn. voices were young, I may as well watch the \
to obtainII. Teleirraph shall publish thin OrderIn Roy I". JjUiiKfoid of them excited could be
Virginia .tondl.llt. Case admit that most were Ing
brane the shell. Cut down each iHsuen.Wltnenn .
on next four weekly
You No. 1U20.OKI .
__ side of each section loosening each my hand and official seal. April 6th.are. 1942.requlreil In the to above appenr named on.
its which have been formerly section completely. Lift out center at Htarke. Florida thIs March 0th., Court and ,'au"lt. wherein plaintiff ANI NOTICE TO APPEAR one another as they never would do hours of I

d are available only In limlantitles 194 OFFICIAIi! REAL) A. J. Thomas seeks divorce.l Bradford. Cnunty STATue t>F FLORIDA to: liny F. In broad daylight; a few women expressed friend of mine
section or core. This leaves only Telegraph shall puhllHh, Ihl Order LanKford' 453 1-1 Dauphin Street '
but American made the separated sections in the shelL A. Clerk of said Court. 3-13 4t 43J. In next four weekly IflMUen.Wltneaa Mobile, Alabama.YiMi uneasiness. but they were you could come

are coming to the H. Harrison JackRonvllle, Jackonvllle mv hand and official seal am required to appear on few and the general tone was rather I two of the
fore the the of each half with Fla. Atty. for Flf. May ).
nd Spread top at Htarke Florida, thin March >Dlh.> It .1942 In the above named
Camembert cheeses being honey and dot with butter. Place under 1942 Court and{ cause. wherein plaintiff I like that I remember at the time of we would do I

client quality. I (OFFICIAL SEAL) A.t. Thomas seeks divorce. Bradford County the great earthquake of 1906. from ;your
cans a broiler flame in moderateoven IN 'IRc-.r ("O 'R"'. imAnroituCO Aa Clerk of Bald. Court. 3-13 4t 4-3 Telegraph shall publlKh this Order
are becoming a popular until honey begins to carmel- NTY, Fl.OHIUAl IN CHAN- V. 10. Knowles I Jacksonville Fla. III next four weekly IBHUHH. Gee, something's happening! must be !

during the current tKIIV.James Atty. for Fit. Wltnea mr.hlLld and official Beat Let's get Into 111!" incessant fear is
Ffood ize and all ingredients are blended K Spencer Plaintiff vs. at Starke, thl* March 17th.
is an excellent rec. together". Serve hot. Nellie n. Spencer Defendant. Case IV CIRCI'IT COI'RT. BR \FOHI) 1943. Gaiety In Blackout and God knows

: No. Jt:OJ. ('duTY. FLUHIUAl I.V: thANERY. : (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas After awhile we all went Indoors all of some of It
Y Beaa Baked Pears. >BR: OF PlTBt-IfATIOM A* Clerk of said Court. 3-10414-10 to
Yeast Bread. ANT NOTICE TO Al'l'KAH Francis M. Mcllalo. and each In his own house began Welt one
Eunice Kite Johnson Plaintiff va. Jacksonville
(Makes 1 loaf (Serves. 8)) STATE OF FLOHIDA to: Nellie Albert A. Johnson Defendant. Case Florida. Atty. for lt. arrange a blackout room. We selected sympathy as

cap milk t pear halves 1;. Hpenrer. of 130 North Meadow No. 1895 the living-room. Kitchen and that but It Is
!Street Watertown, New York. ORDER OF PUBLICATION iv rmrriT coi PIT nRtnFORiiNl'l as
J Cake compressed yeast $4 cap lemon Juice You am. required to appear on AND !NOTICE TO APPEAR ('01' '. 'LOIt.UA IV tUA\- pantry. In no time by the light of a from laughter

lablenpoons su.*r M cap honey May 4th.. IMi. In the above named STATE Of/ FLORIDA to: AlbertA. (11:1t V. candle that belonged on a birthday read at the .
pon fat, melted seeks divorce. Bradford County VM. Itonn I'alumbo Manao. Defen cake we were standing on chairs the clan. Pearl again.'U

I (leaipoou salt 2 tablespoons. batterArrange I Telegraph shall. publlnh thin Orderin You are required to appear on dent Cane No. 1914. pinning and nailing things In place. smote us all

14 "P \ pears in a shallow baking I next four weekly I nlatt.lal April 6th.. 1942 In the above namedCourt OR D Kit OK PUBLICATION
wheat floor and' Witness my hand seal and caune wherein plaintiffBeek l ANI> :NOTICE TO APPEAR' and going Into gales of laughter as for a few days
cup soy bean floor dish. Pour over lemon Juice |''at Htarke Florida, this March 11th., divorce. Tlradfnrd County STATE OF FLORIDA to: ItOHa the unaccustomed Inconvenience of of apprehension;

honey. Sprinkle with cinnamon and : 1942. TelMcraph shall. publlnh thl* Orderin Palumhc Manao whose residence IB, to make Itself the earthquake. '
total darkness
A. J. Thomas began
(OFFICTAfSEAI. ) next four weekly Iniuen.WltneB care of NIculanKelo }Palumbo San
dot with butter. Bake in a moderate As Clerk of aald Court. .1-13 4t 4-3 mr hand and official seal. Felice Salvo. Province of CornpobaBBO felt And after awhile the lights which people did

Lynn Says: (390-degree) oven until tender. 20 F. O. Clark, Jacknonvllle Florida. at Starke, Florida thla March 9th.. Country of Italy. cam. on again. cally asking. "
used. Atty. for Plf. 1942.OFFICIAL __ ar.r..quire.I to appear on
minutes if uncooked pears are ( PEAL) A.t. Thomas May 4th., 1942 In the above named The next blackout, a night or two What's coming
th Dew Old Fashioned Boiled Dinner. Aa Clerk of said Court. 1-13 Court and wherein If "
equipment at a pre- IN riRCVIT CO HIT.: BHADPOMIICOirNTY 4t 4-3 caune, plaintiff later. Imposed upon each householdthe pen -If-if-
T. Frank Landrum Fla. divorce. Bradford
you will *be a wile homer (Serves 8)) PLOIIIUAl I.V CHA.V: Atty. for Pit. Starke Telegraph. shall. publlnh this County Order necessity of complete darkness. But within a )

If You give the best care 5 pounds corned beef brisket CKKY.'Walter .C. I anneau, Plaintiff. va.Kthel In next four weekly |I..*...*... And again the street was filled with few hours-.

ble to the piece' ;you al- 1 white turnip H a.. .Lann.au. Defendant. IV roi'VTY.riRfl'IT' PLOHIHAl('IHT. BRADFORn IV (.AN.! .5,Witness Htarke my Florida hand, thl and* official March 16th.seal friends chattering and laughing and help. to serve, to
r have. 1 bead of cabbage Case No. 1885.OHDEH U42.
OF PUBLICATION C'KRY. looking up at the December stars. yes to enjoy the :
HodK*. Plaintiff, v*. Myr- OFFICIAL SEAL) A.t.: Thomaa
g onions. made God forbid
NOTICE Tf APPEAR ft'CklI'd wardens
Sttaetrie appliances AND Ethel ; 1r Defendant. Case No. A* Clerk of said Court. I-SO 41 4-10 Newly appointed
8 carrots STATE OF FI..ual.DA to: husbands asked wivesIn be termed "
plug itself Dot Whole residence l. 1895.ORTBR their rounds;
Mae I-anneau
uUlng> on the cord. When S potatoes Unknown.You !: OP" PUBLICATION iv (-inrriT C-OI-HT IIHAUP'ORnrO"'TY. undertones' whether it would beall Is all bad. But
1/11 electrical equipment.ucb Cover meat with cold water and are required to appear on. OF FLORIDA to: Myrtle V. right to Ught a cigarette. To see what Is good.

leo potJ or toasters or wame heat rapidly to the boiling point. April Court 6th.and, 1942.cauae In the wherein above plaintiff named Hodire, who* reildence la :Norfolk Warren LifV Paaual It Paacal Plaintiff.Cam :v... a dim glow In a neighbor's house and If ,
Virginia. Defendant No.
Wipe with a'cloth rather then remove scum and reduce heat. soakS divorce. Bradford
Inmeraine; In water.. Simmer until tender 3Vi to 4 hours. Telegraph next four shall w.ekly publish laauei.thla OrderIn April 6th.. 1942.. In the above named ORDER OF PtfBLICATION in your basement" "Look not minimize
Court and wherein ANI NOTICE TO APPEAK
FwiT and pans with Prepare vegetables cutting turnip Witness. my hand and official seeks divorce.cauae Bradford plaintiff County STATE OF FLORIDA to: Lucy George not a glimmer from the values that will

Impregnated with into eighths. Peel potatoes, carrots enal at !Starke' Florida this Marcl Telegraph Khali publish thl* OrderIn Puncal whose renldenc laj: Koute kitchen! | My hope Is th
5th.. UU.COFP.CIAJ. IKBUCB.WltneK 6, Hchenertady, New York
four weekly
I, alter each meal during and onions. About 63 minutes before SEAL) 1t.:1. Thomas 4t17 next mY hand and official. seal. You are required to appear on We've had one blackout since. It own country can I

you Ule Pots and pans meat is done add vegetables A.William Clark of T. said Harvey Court., Jackaonvllle 3-6 55 4r.t.rke. Florida, thla March 9th., May. 4th 1943 In the above named was brief, to cover-rumor said lat ed an Impression

r eep. them bright and shiny and cook them until tender. Fla, Alt?. for Plf.NOTICM (OFFICIAL. SEAL) A.t.: Thoma Court seeks and divorce.cause,Bradford wherein -plaintiff County er-troop movements. We have war. some of the other

Serving Well Cooked Food. A* Clerk of said Court. 3-11 4t 4.' Telegraph shall publish thl Order dens now everybody Is doing somethIng of life
11 sulphur Of APPLICATION T. Frank Landrnm. Starke, 11*. In next four weekly .....U..... ala
main dishes but I have China- In
away from silK for hot everybody ready,
are Warm plates FOR Tax: flEES) Atty. for Pit.lf With.$ ... my hand and official' sea) }
) prevent tarnJ.h. Eggs. and weU chilled plates for cool salads (5.08. Bill N.. ..,> at market Florida, this. March, J lh.OFFICIAL known only one woman to be really: conquered cOUD

hell salt, fruit Juice aDd even and desserts can put over the NOTICE M HKRKBY- GIVEN CIRCriTOTRT. JlR"nP'ORn 1942. scared. She Is anyway and has tuality than we
r tamlsh that F. M. Faekham hold.r of Tax .-o1l' TY, Ft-OHIDAI IN tHAN.tRILl' ( SEAL) A.t. Thomas '
silver qulckly. simplest meal and make it a success. Certificate numbered respectively Ac Clerk of said Court. 1-ZO 4t 4.10 been raising bogies to frighten her. 1 ful details, and !

Washing cuUery: with woodIIdles. bits of canned leftover 53 Uaued the 7th. day' of Kept., Paul C. Bailey. Plaintiff v*. niady H. B. Wllnnn Jackaonvllle, Fla. self for years. are true. But
A Sew
be A. D., 1916: 430 and 431 Issued. the Bailey, Defendant. ('.*. No. III *. Atty. for Plf. ,
careful Dot to let fruit with S dab of leftover jelly Snd, day of September A. D. 116; ORDER OF PUBLICATION Years ago she selected a cook because feel your heart

andlel stand In water or they make meat platters an attractive and 171 (Issued. the 7th. day of AUK. ANT !NOTICE TO APPEAR I TO WHOM IT MAlT COVCFRVI she big strong woman It all, that .
; will was a
ecom. Ioolened. A. D. 1939, haD filed same In my STATE' OF FLORIDA to: 01""". This IM to notify/ all parties con
ease garnish or sprigs of parsley office and hae mad application Ie"a 15 Poplar Street, Wlnch.n- corned that I will on the 31t day who would keep poor Elise from being true.
new pane before for meat deed to be issued thereon. don *. of April 1943. make application to
In the Oven puttlne water. :.re* or celery tops for Said tax certificate\ reipectlvely cm. You are required to- appear on to the County Judge of Bradford attacked In the night But when So take for

I"IIIL and they will and vegetable platters do big thingsto brace the following' described' properUea April 6th.. 1942. in the above named County, Florida to aell the Vn. a terrible case was described In the prayer '

For rusty pie Una, tempt. weary appetites. In lbs C': unty; :of Bra4lord.State Court. and'cna.. ., wheretn plalatlfr* divided oae-frTth- Intereat- the 'pa *n ef a single man who went means "lift up
raw potato of Florida to-wlt: seeks divorce.. Bradford County minor, George flirt "n.t.n1nt1.r thefnllowlnjr
er 011 It with Cleansing' II taouU like expert Mee an Lola 10 3) I In Woodlawn Sec. 14 Teleirraph hall ponllah tM. Order dearribed into a house where six persons were great war may
to get rid of the you and koutthald. problem Twp. 5. A R. l> B... oiualnln soAorea I. next tttur weekly IMHXK.Wltnoaai lord C."ntjnj Fla _wlt [' peacefully playta cards.. nod killed fomla blackout;
kl7.Iharpen. your Booking or leM. i IK- embraced mv ....n.. and "flelal seal One-fifth undivided Int....' In and
wig to Lynn ftitntbtrt, "IT 0.r,, /Vewpaper undVw. aald more Crtlflcart No. 5.. at Starke. Florida this March 9th.. to 8E.. of NEH: alno 4 acre an the lot Elise moved her family to sudden sound in f

ad scissors: cut a fine Uidot. Jlt Sautft Dapl......St. Lots 4. 5. t HIlt IV Lincoln.. City nF1C1AL... SEAL) A. J. ThomaaAs Pise aide of SWft of !I'rPJ\o' all In a hotel. Now she's moved them borly voice* and

PLeca ot landpaper Imo IUPl_. enclose tumped, Bee.' 3S '1''''''. 68. R. 13 E.. la embraced 194!. Section II. Twp. 1 S. K. it East, again, from the second to the fourth dee the stars
CAtcego. under laid certificate No.4"Lot Clerk of aM Court. 1-11 4t 4-' containing 44 acre*. more or I***.
si/-e.Ur_<{ Muwtopor your reply. T. Frank Iwindrum, Sharks Fla. Maggie it'\.t1Ii1:: \ formerly story which, rumor again says is the blessed light
CReIa.... by WMtvra N.wiBp f Unlaa.1 4. I 7. 3 DUe 11 Lincoln Atty.. for Flf.. Magie *, suardlan.
i I City Sei. Si Twp. 6 B. R. 11 g., I* 1-14 4t 4-10 .

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Ground Too Wet New Jewelry Store Christian CLur

Navy Brain Truster + j IC4I To Dig, A GraveIn Opens InformallyIgmund To Convene

I Negro CemeteryHere Drucker, who came to March' 28-29:

Jap Dreams of Easy Conquest Fade ryKt'k Yes Is more proof that it was Starke about a month ago and A convention

.1 ; =, really wet around these parts last leased the Canova building; on the churches of Union of the Qr
) As U. S. Aid to Australia Grows; week. corner of Call and Walnut for the counties will be held and In

l title ; IN Burial rites for Willie Mack, purpose ef opening an up-to-date ressa Christian Church 4

President's 'Victory Plan' Depends 41-year-old colored man who was Jewelry and watch-making establishment and Sunday. March

WASHINGTONWashington fatally injured In an early morn- bad an informal open- convention will open 28.2J.

tt r On Successful Offensive in Pacific Ing; highway mishap Monday, Ign Saturday night. Saturday with a song alii,
March 18, were detained until last 'Though all the stock Is not in, by Fred Dodd <

D. C. (NWNS-For Sunday while the water recededat and though we are not through Wm. TrM,n9hew'U *!

'T EDITOR WOT a Wfc m, '.' i arc .*pr* M l !. th. .Iu.( ,.. many month one of the big problems the colored cemetery so thata with our interior decorating yet Sunday morning
... ... .:." ....:. ." : ': ;:.:.t of at
tb *l tb* .1w..ndr / not rIIr .w.p here has been that controlling grave could be dug. we are open for business" Mr. clock another 10.1
(R.l..n His mother. Victoria (Sissy) Drucker stated Monday."Drucker's" usher In the '
the largest national income in Mack well-known local negress already has three D. Grlffia deliveringP p"
ci VICTORY: MAC ARTHUR : the history of our country. Heavy ,
r taxes, purchase of defense bonds I said that funeral rites were con- new employes-Mrs. Gladys: Britt Jog: address at 10:43
For Navy Forces And His Job and necessary increases In prices ducted last Wednesday as planned of Longview Texas wife of Cor- L. Andrews giving the and b

i Almost coincident with the arrival The lending of MacArthur from have absorbed acme of this extra but that men were unable to diga poral E. V. Britt stationed at Sermon by a guest

hl of General MacArthur In Australia Bttaan. where the man in the street Income but figures just announced grave on the same day for his Camp Blanding; Miss Donnie Lee be delivered at 11 '

f i the first,great word of an offensive had regarded him aa a sort of "dead show that there which still is is a not large under surplus burial because water rose in the Price of Lrongvlew. Texas; and l lowed by communion e addtt
"' against the --Jipflneie had been,received here""-.certa1Rlyra..beo,..but. condemned -, rnL control income. excavation as soon ae the ground Mr. Isom Davis of Starke. It ket dinner.
and the,U.'s.'had hailed a was broken. will probably be another two I
apparatty'to bk her-'death At 1:30: P.
, *$ if ,There is probably no one us M. a
great naval victory in New Guinea. or a Japanese prison-to Australia > His body was returned to a weeks before Drucker'a 'is fully special
Head of the beds ,...t e U>.v:8. who reel. 1 Pint report had been of the link where he could start with a clean wavy Is Rear Admiral Frederick J. capable of handling any extra In- colored under taker's establish- .open. founder of George i

d, q i tog of 23 Japanese vessels, a dozen p.eeln the defense of that continent Iterate. RJght-haad maa te Admiral come which he may; be making. and : ment who held It until Saturday ; Deeds FiledNat of the World the Gospel vJ .
n s ft: ft of them veiieli of war and though bad been greeted with wild enthusiasm Ernest J. KI. .. cemmana'er-lB-chler. there are a large number who are will be beit
r' few detail were announced it was not making money than they when they had intended to bury at 8 o'clock: Grayser
$ r from one aide of the nationto llorne la In charge .f the naval operation more Williams and his wife, H.
obvious that It had been a battle of the other. have in past years but figures show Willie. Another heavy rain about Louise Williams to Minnie pastor of the First I
staff la the new set-nil.
: the air rather than of the sea. navy : that the purchasing power of our that time made burial Pringle. March 13 Emma Hicks Church of Gainesville sip
5' Paeans of praise had resoundednot nation a* a whole is now so much impossible ; The theme of
Important In the flnt diapatcheihad the
r been the word that they were only; in the press but upon the greater than the goods available for again,' and it was not until Sun a single woman and Rose Z. Nor- be "Christian Palth.conVel1tk\"
streets and the general view was RUSSIANS : .win be serious wood Joined by her husband R
United around that his J
island based" force of the purchasetmless day noonday
that the whole move bad been made expenditure W. Norwood all of Plant City to L. A. Davis and
; + State and and this had Clamp Down wtfe.
Atutralia Lee
cleverly because while General are drastically supervised body was finally lowered into the M. M. Matchett and his wife man Davis, to
Z been In the extreme for J. T.
comforting' MacArthur had given his Bataan job The Russians, having carried out The department of commerce reports grave. Ruth Matchett Starke. March 20; March 20.NOW.
untn ,this America had not
pout Into the hand of General Wainwright their continued offensive during the our national income for the
i known that there were any island he was still technically in coldest of the winter had clamped year mi a* S94.SOO.000.tXXI, which -
'; bases left to ui I in the Pacific theater down several is 13 per cent above the record formerly
command, a* the Philippines were on Important points,
established in 1929. Furthermore
with the of Hawaii
exception placed.under Ma including Kharkov and Vyamza, and
jurisdiction.: of lower prices today
It had been learned,'of eotme thatthe .
" r J.p.n.le. after taking Wake No less was the delight felt by that 200,000 trerman..trJop.were : than lnr-1929. purchasing
I It the Australians, who had demanded trapped In the latter area. power of our income in 1941 Is estimated -
island bad later abandoned but
few believed that our own navy had MacArthur to lead them. The The Germans also, the Reds had to be about 30 per cent higher !'
? American public regarded as significant asserted, were steadily giving than the purchasing power of our
moved back in there.
about one-eighth
1929 income. Only
; Aside from speculation about where that the move had been ground In the Kharkov region of this extra income is traced to

the base was, a fact the Japs would ordered In lat February, but had dubbed the Pittsburgh of Russia. war expenditures.But A

like dearly to know the victory itself not been carried out until mid- There also had been considerable this la only the beginning.

was Important. In the battle of March, thus showing that !.{acAr- favorable military activity in the Present estimates anticipate rise C4

Java sea we had lost one heavy thur was not rushing: after personal district of Smolensk, which for a in national Income this year to

', cruiser ourselves, and.our allies had honor or safety; and that he would time', rumor had it. had been Hit. 113000000000. which is almost
lost four. ler's personal. headquarters.. three time a* great a* It was in the 1
h In thl.battle the Japl 'bld'Jo.t } In the meantime thftvRusslan had. deprestlpn,yeanof 1932 and Is 25'billion'mor
It la also
than ln>129.
cruiser taken over the 'suburbs of Kharkov
two heavy cruiser, one light estimated that the total value of
+ and other ships of war of leaser import and had started what they described civilian goods produced during 1942
! "i The rest of the ship sent to a. the fiercest sort of house to house will not be over 66000000.000

r the bottom or put out of action were fighting.In leaving 47 billion dollars of income

h ,; freighter, some of them being used each of these encounters the which cannot be used for purchases.
? a* troop transports.OFFENSIVE Russians had been able to mass Part of that will be paid Into Income Be sure that all of your dec
"t. well-trained troops in superior numbers taxes, part will go into defense -

: over the Germans, and in the bonds but there will still bea trical appliances are in good
sizable amount left over.
'Aussies Staraya Russia sector they had asserted -
Viewpoint Almost coincident with the arrival to yield, and were gradually New Deal to boost national Income operating condition. If they
r. of General MacArthur his chief of is reversing Itself and the administration .
? staff MaJ. Gen. Sutherland and the Gen. Doug-US MaJ. Gen. being exterminated. is now chiefly concernedwith are in need of repairs CALL '
f.1ii MacArthur Sutherland Even in the southwest where Hitler ,
( rest of his party, official Australia keeping the income from getting ,
was supposed to have ordered a out of hand.
began to talk and think in term of
' an offensive against the Japs on a not leave his command until he had counteroffensive, the Russian machine In order to prevent this abnormal YOUR BEPflIB, DEALER NOW. ,

y scale hitherto not dreamed of. been given time to arrange thing was still moving ahead, Moscow Income from causing the skyrocketing
D 1 to suit him. MacArthur was accompanied had reported. of prices, the Office of Price
4 J; As to the Japanese themselves, by his chief of staff MaJ. Administration has adopted the policy

jr after having previously reported Gen. Richard K. Sutherland, and by SUICIDE: of announcing: price maximum
k g 1; weeks ago MacArthur' flight from Brig. Gen. Harold H. George of the on all necessities which start to get
) the battlefront to Corregldor and air corps. ConfirmedA out of hand. So far, price maximums -

other'untrue stories about the commander roundabout method of confirming have been let largely on
Iff they were considerably taken Considerable editorial praise had the suicide of General Hommain products on which there are severe
been heaped on Mr. MacArthur shortages, such as refrigerators
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aback by the new that the commander the Philippines by the hara-kiri
when it was learned that automobiles bicycles
she and washing machines -
{9h was in Australia. her son had not chosen the comparative method was discovered by Carlo etc. but they cant be antici-
''M They did just what President safety of Manila and Intern- Barry, a Chilean newspaper man pated later on a wide range of ex-
Roosevelt had and stationed in Tokyo. penditures Including foods and
;)I predicted do- ment, but had chosen to go to the
battlefront with the general, and He sent a dispatch to the news- rents.
? then to take the long and perilous paper E1 Chlleno In which he said Another?tightening up on installment I a
; plane journey to Australia with him. the suicide of "General Masaharu buying has been Imposed to e
Homma for'falture to destroy the aid in curbing purchases. On many ruwww+
As to the general's job In Australia American and Filipino defense articles all payments must be made

I it was the toughest of the forces had been confirmed." within IS months and down pay-
whole war. That was conceded on ment minimums will be 33% per -
lie did not say that Tokyo confirmed cent. This will include
all sides. For he was taking on his radios refrigerators -
It, but added
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washing machines vac-
shoulders the command in
an area
"The confirmation came through uum cleaners, bicycles, lawn mowers -
where all had been
defeat thus far. the fact that his and other
successor General many products sold
The Jap were figured to attemptthe Tomoyuki Yamashita was announced largely on installments. For Dependable

t .Australia. .blitz, despite the fact officially." Although the government continue

: mat iney nad learned that American This, under the rules of the Samurai available to plan for making necessities
to the public it Is clear
troops "in force"
were on the
tinent and con- can have only one meaning. that from now on there will be no Wartime Transportation-
more were on the Homma would
not have been permit- hesitation about cutting down the
way. ted to live through this disgrace.He civilian supply of most any product
The Australian occupation was so must according to the code: re- if by so doing war production can
vital to the Japanese however that tire to his room and retire himself be increased. All branches of the

they were apparently ready to risk with a sword.LOTTERY. government are now in agreement
the showdown battle that would on this and efforts are being madeto

( surely ensue. : push the high war goals production set by even the President beyond

I There was little question but that Number ThreeWashington's at the beginning of the year. BUY AN 1 f/C USED( CAR

Australia was poorly prepared for Reverses in the war have made
Prime Minister John Curtin had selective service it increasingly evident that the
been stressing that alnce the begin heads, aided and abetted by draft planes and ships we can produce in
a ning. But with considerable Amer- boards from coast to coast swung: the next few months may be many
ican aid it into the task of classifying and calling times as valuable to us a* those we
PRIME MINISTER JOHN CURTIN was hoped that the defense -
up 9,000,000 men, drawn in the might produce year or two years
"Amtricm .ld ii doubly tvelcom*' could be carried out success I I third draft lottery. from now. No effort will be spared FROM
'1 fully. to reach maximum
speed toward
dared that General MacArthur had Strategically however MacAr The 'word had gone out that not this end no matter what sacrificesthe
"run away" from the Philippines thur' job all would be drawn for military public will have to make. The
wa even bigger than de-
and then went on to say that "Amer. fending Australia service but that many might be new Bureau of Industry Operations,
if President
.ic ican resistance In Australia wouldbe Roosevelt's drafted into defense industry headed by Philip D. Reed chairman
IhO'tllved." victory plan were,to be nf the board of the General Electric Your Chevrolet Dealer
'l The resistance in Bataan had carried out, it was up to him not In .the nine millions of men be- company, has been charged

stood as a monument to Japanese only to defend Australia successful tween the 20-44 age limits were manyof with the responsibility: of seeing to
falsehoods and false hope. of 1y. but to be "in at the death" of the the older men, more setUed-the it that every available machine is

conquest, and some believed easy that Japanese hope in the Pacific, and head of businesses and owners of kept working 24 hour a day. Top

,I '' MacArthur' assignment to Australia to carry on, from Australia as a property and their reaction to the men in industry and business have
hop-off spot, the successful offensive draft had been just ar enthusiasticaa been named by Donald Nelson to
might:; give the Japanese pauseIn that would, at least America had that of the younger men in head 24 industry branches under GI'P".j', ",, >'.. ","} "'}l't) Y":1, X't''t .40!;, : ; 4 t 'r.' 0-d'--r.' ..'
so .
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any rate. Prime Minister Cur. hoped knock the Nipponese out of previous groups.In Difficulties over the handling of : t: ; f i ie 11"'t.
ChevlcQl : tJ' >
tin bad said: the war. this lottery, as in those previous new which might be helpful to the 'Your ; ; has" k f

"It is most gratifying that the MacArthur on hii arrival, had there had been some small enemy have arisen frequently recently .., ;-1'i% x,,(,} ';! tkiP.?> ':f'tt1; 1 ...t<)I,1': 'w;
American troops are now here in found more than just American errors, two number having turnedup and the public has clearly of ;
L force. Their numbers are most sub troops on the ground, he bad foundan missing 6,343 and 2,069, and one shown I its objections to the publishing NO pienty1. ,:..goodydepeoc1able\ i'D CAB-
sandal air force which was carrying: out being duplicated 2,885.11iSCELLANY. reveal of any vital news information.which appears to .t'" :t: g tf { t.'kae". t'-\t;;:<4e, S th"

"We are the bate from which to his own ideas on Bataan-striking Greatest objections have been DELAYS j QK :used.t; qr..s'\on .'hand. :.
strike at the enemy. often and fiercely at the enemy before made about news released in England r yJ"J"J"w'j'fuf, ;(ri d\.Jf.t; f t1 ." ; >
"American aid is doubly welcome he arrived on the scene. I : I which the papers here had t. Ancl ; { :: ?'i fJf:t1 :f ;

because Britain could not carry There were law who believed voluntarily suppressed. The recent l1tt: ere t. plenty of.j: ood "f;

,t engaged the burden in a life of the and Pacific death while strategy MacArthur could even by a miracle of Washington In order to improvethe steaming story about toward a huge Australia U. S., first convoy ap- NO ;;}: .'? J;'fJ:a; jfi'; v ?1 t(:1': ? t ;(' t' ar rt:: t-;} {<1 ,; GOOD
struggle ;
prevent Japanese war spirit of the I
,I with people generally peared In''an English newspapersent \> f- ; "! :' i
Germany and ,
Italy. landings on Australia ; .,
d, "Our nation must unable even as he President Roosevelt had said that to the paper by; an English re- RESTRICTIONS !i1Jt : tiJ1.i:: : + 1i *ttl : ; !f VALUES
demonstrate to was to prevent them on the he would like to aee more military; porter on board an American war ;(Sl t't.f.t.i1t: iUt"ir1 ;
,' history; that it has the moral and Philippines. But many hoped that parades. "It is time to wave the ship. American reporters on the 'v4 prorfatlonr in :i.ta.m'Y.: .t. Gets,

+' physical stature to stand up and he could and would grad some method .!rag" .the President said. same ship had not sent out any Fit.:, ; ; ',4." ; '".. ."t.':!' .."'p..n;rh.JL".. :.."... i: .t?a v r; trade punches' with the enemy not of striking such force such terrific stories. Steps have since been tak- .fYif: "t "" Aff': 1..:: >' ,;; +.lir4'':: :.'.?t"'I'V l"' 1'1!;.
for six week or months but year blow a* to drive them into ,Moscow! The Russian press dismissed en to come to an understanding with ?{:: one".of.'these: : &:OK ,us..Q'c.r; $-t$;
ui after year if necessary, odd. the sea and with paragraph the nests England on censorship since the REASONABLE 4y-: M. CONVENIENT
giving prevent their e it "'f' ; )
organization : 1f } f'' : :t J
,fro but fighting the enemy to a stand.r into any sort of that General MacArthur had .been navy department and the President a ; r lrfJJ ;fJJt ; ;1
a successful
suit made supreme commander In Aus had also been disturbed by: the published PRICES # mow Wandpnsev:: .. time'. and ::.$. TERMS
land army.; )> '.( :: ..... ... .. .. ,
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tralia. statement of a prominent L! 1 -:" t .e:.. w. :ot ,>jx: '. .t_.., .. x.1t .\
{s" 11 we fall ourselves, nothing will Englishman the establishment i 4': "*; .. ;-: ., 1; 'J.q--\; } : : .
Uootevldee Street concerning ; ::- f-.tk .JJI..: ; :t; )r\;;.
save us. We have to show ourselvelworl.h7 PRODUCTION rioting too of S. v/; .f. : ;
: lowed the a huge U. base In < announcement that r..p "
of an .
aid. A demand by congress that WPB Axis submarine England. -x: .,'. -:oJ.,, ; h.' ':> t.. ..:}.
His bad sunk a of z.'h '' .. .,
4'' sentiments were echoed allover Director Nelson report I ship Byron Price. U. S. director of !I" \ > {!It'rk'M"J. .>;.. <"'" gt
is formally
wl Australia and In the hails of producUon had followed some on Uruguayan registry' censorship, has stated that the ;; : fd.Jctiom''{ .i IQL) (.2.4.J's.zi t..itifif:;
'a at ap City. Ncv.t Forest in this ,,'_, ,
congress rangers newspapers have
Washington country '
senate and parent dissatisfaction ; :'trg; u" ''' ''',, '''''-t. ,
fN' i"yz".t'
with the national were searching for done ; '1t'l ": : .4' ( ,
two M4RA..UE
house excellent of T:1'1 .
leaders Joined In. "swarthymen" job cooperating -. 41t;
Chairman output which. In turn ". ,;<., : > t.' (:' ; Ij: :!;- ,;:;. "'1>,''-dt, ..
Snyder of military affairs said after come to light after a vital had who had Bred on a ..oJdlero.coutm.lter with censorship rules.NOTICE ..."tj... 1r $' .N \ ,J. $>' ,......' ..._ '} :; : :. ",.

"the applause had died down: within Nelson's group. resignation Scouts, out for and hike.his troop of Boy; ., 4,.{fr:}: :. .;., ',e > w..'* r: ,};i.:' "' 4:,: ; :
'swivel 1 hope chair from generals'now on many will of our Nelson himself bad come out with San Fraaclscet a Ail machinery was ;f{: ,.t. {r"' !:-' 7 ft "A. :. .: 1. ,:..'S',.><'..'>it'
that on this day many things- a fighting statement, threatening In progress for the moving of 90,000 To whom It may concern:

ItYj vie under Away which will be Just uala coolly to "knock down" any.lndivid- Japanese from the Coast to interior I will not be responsible for

a ; a* pleasing to them when they find tendency-or groupe to Interfere that showed with. all the point Bargain hunterswere hav any tteocs nuUe byMrs.. .Claim .Torode Chevrolet C

f out about them as is the change in smoothness of national trig field dm 11D'tltIn.town..1he. Alderman or'Mrs.T...J..AMenaan.
'i' General MacArthur'. statu" too war'produc.r Jap stores, having! to move; were she having* left my'bome.T. .
selling out at terrific reductions.
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