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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: April 3, 1942
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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 )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Lav/fey Berry Growers BlandiligCenterI


e Built < 'ft ,..," Make Final Plans For Late SeasonThe I

\ Opened To Public : :

FACCO'single { cat ,.D4 dog fight betweenan Lawtey, April 2.-Local ship

already,belated strawberry season per-growers are completing plans ,
and -unsettled climatic con- here today for the opening of the Soldiers And Civilians Crowd New "City ,.:
stroke of the pen 7't ditions continued nip and tuck strawberry season which they be- '
about to get relief fromarate this week with growers believingthat lieve will get Into full swing by Within A City" For Festivities

pressing problems: Mondays');Will. bring In a good tho first or the middle of next Held Wednesday '
ongestion because of lack share of fruit'for marketing.At week. !

L for its increasing pop- the Starke- Farmers' Market, Installation of a loudspeaker Bright-lighted and elaborately furnished Standing Center, one

and that of ridding thef J. B. Gardner said that the yield system and telegraphic facilities of the largest single; enterprise ever undertaken In Starke was* .I
the health menaceby had been light, although t h equality completes the "extras" that are
thrown open to the publIc Wednesday afternoon and night and the : r
trailers parked on city fair, with everyone agreed being provided at the platformhere i
ceremonies attended state and leaden.Lox .
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opening were
county
lout adequate sewer faclFACCO that by the first of next week, this year. bjr
strawberries*Will be rolling to the In Carradlne's drug store, wherea Green, candidate for congresa-at-large, was unable to ap-.

(a subsidiary of w .e local platformin; quantities. telephone I is located there is a pear on the program but In his place was A. J. Thomas, Clerk of '

rlcan Fire and Casualtyof George Inmiin, Bradford coun- speaker system which will serve Circuit Court who delivered' the opening address. before a throng :

Orlando), and W. T. ty's incumbent'' legislative representative in calling buyers and growers to of civilian and soldiers at 9 o'clock Wednesday night.

kaltor and local representhis has )been engaged a* the telephone when they're want. Mr. Thomas was Introduced by Circuit Judge A, Z. Adklns who

firm I will auctioneer t.lIe ed. Telegraphic facilities will be acted of ceremonies who earlier had been Introduced
open Evidently till little piggy,. on the farm of L. U. Morgan near for farmers' mar I' as master by 1
between April 15 anda Starke hasn't heard about the ket, Mr. Gardner stated. He will Installed at the city hall or the _Bob Sal terlleld. executive secretary -
new order limiting filling station .
trader drug store by the end of the
modern parke begin auction* next Monday. At of the Chamber o f Com
hours. When he feels the urge to "drink a bite to wit" between week. List Your RoomsAt I
street.
mile of Call the start Inaoan will be on hand merce.
FACCO owns 00 acres on regular meals, he simply hunts up this accommodating bossy, and for the auction opening around Things are beginning to hum Y. W. C. A.A Other speakers on the program
Tplde drinks his fill, without regard fey "bou,.' other around town, because rowers ,,'
of Road 13 adjoining or any regulation 11 o'clock each day and the hours g Included I. D. Sams mayor of
L. Kahr property south ofJe. Pip are not generally credited with having an over supply of brains, will naturally be governed by the feel certain that the season-now much-needed service In Jacksonville Beach, Mayor NoonD.

recently purchased but when It comes to rounding up new sources of food supply, they demand. almost a month behind time-will Htarke-a. central location for Wainwright Jr., 0 f Starke

i Mr. Clute where the never mbm H trick.Progress :Mr. Gardner thinks that straw- open up with a bang when It fin- receiving and giving out Infer Gene Connell, president and founder e n

clearing and building has berry auctions will benefit the ally gets under way around April mation concerning> rooms apartments of Blanduig Center, Inc., John t" 4

i begun. W. A. Colley, a growers and bring better pricesfor 610.So and houses for rent-will E. Icenhour, executive vice-presi
construction man forars the fruit Down-srtate buyersare far activity has centered be offered by the, new ISO dent of the Orange Bus Lines and a
On Four around the dally sale of about
has a gang of seven Major Projects being notified that the auc- 200 crate.) of berries Club operated by the YUCA others.
during the
inning the work; of clear- tion will begin early next week the Woman's Club building at Jag Mayor A Visitor
land and laying four 30- although It isn't likely that any past week. These have averaged Z01 N. Walnut Rt Earlier In the day Mayor John

eways through the prop- Described By Resident Engineer large number of them will be on few.about sold$4.50 for to as$4.75 much per crate.17c A A flty-whto, 11111'will soon Aluop of Jacksonville, often referred -
ere will be two drivewaysnorth hand unless' a sufficient amount as per be conduct by tho YWCA In to as a one-man Chamber
( and south and pint, something over $6 a crate. of Commerce of Northern Florida 'j
two of fruit actually begins to arriveat connection with the Woman'sClub ;
Lester M. Marx, regional engineer Work on the 21-Inch main san- Nlpplah. nights have kept the
east and west Mr. Cold the market center. to obtain listings of all Jack Johnson, police and city
Tuesday. The drlvejlll for the Federal Works itary sewer line being laid on berries from ripening and puttingon available, rental. In the meantime commissioner and Russell Senter'
St. north from Call St. has Generally prices prevailing have a full capacity of blooms I'
Water ,
be approximately 150. Agency, Atlanta, Ga., advises that been fair Most of the sales for until up the public Is ookinl to cooperate fit, representative of the Brotherhood -
the Boyd & Goforth Co., of Jack been temporarily suspended by the past week, now. by notifying ttte YWCA of Railway trainmen, :Mr. .1 I,
growers are
the contractors pending the ar say A large number of buyers have and' Mrs Jim and all
of vucanclr The Carey son,
ctor J. D. Ricks has be- sonvUle were low bidden on the termed as "street wiles." That Is any telephone
rival of pipe of a suitable size. already said that they would be number" In 183. of Jacksonville visited the Center
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erection of a series of final unit of the Starke water- being sold In crate or half crate
The contractors hope to resume here for the season's opening and and congratulated Mr. Connell oa '" ,
the Theof works project. lots to truckers
on property. who chance to
work by April 6. some have already arrived. It Is construction of what they termed
concrete blocks 25x28, These bids were opened at the come by Starke. Some of the Easter PageantTo
Making Headway predicted that most of the sales "one of the finest buildings In (
b consist of eight toilets hall here last and local bave carried berries I
city Friday Work on thenew Health Cen- growers -, this year will be cash sales to Be PresentedBy Florida." ,
stories, six showers with embraced the two pumping stations to Lawtey for sale, alao. The
Is satisfactorily
ter building progressing truckers. A few, when and If Mayor Alxop and party were
cold running water, and and reservoirs Actual lay- with I cement block prices ranged upward of $4,SO opportunity presents Itself, will PrisonersThe unable to remain over for the

ph trays.art big of the new water plains has walls already raised to window per crate. ship on consignment.The opening ceremonies, but spent
with." said Mr. Clute, been under way since :March 9, level, and with plumbing and electrical latter method of selling has public l I. Invited to witness. about two hours here Wednesday

I make room for 00 trall- and is progressing rapidly, George sub-contractors on the site. been almost abandoned In recent an ,extra presentation of the annual afternoon when the opening actually I

build three cabin and anuid Rogers, In charge of this l work, The big school additions pro- Work On 261 years, although a number of Easter Pageant at the State began at 5 P. M. :

add to them as occcatmands. states. that his company expects ject Is under way again after a growers claim that shipping on Prison ,Farm tonight (Friday) at Local businessmen and their I i,
The Initial ex. to..bave Its portion of the work short delay in obtaining brick. consignment Is more profitable wives attended the opening ceremony *' ,
the Improvement alone," don 'within approximately half Footings have been poured for May Start May 1 1A than selling the other way. I. o'clock. The script, for this which was broadcast over a ;I

it* elated, "will be more the, contract time of eight months. Units A and B on. the white Old-time growers here "say that year' performance was written loudspeaker system with Clyde

,000" Cutting. Wate? Mains school, and Unit D, on.'the negro ordinarily the'' s..e aaon begins by one of the prisoner., and bears. Gardner., .welt-known/ Jacksonville i'' :: ,
qUlU.'septa' talk;.wlS-fre: i.L., Aachduwtl.t.a: +Sahl'..,.t8In- school.' Brick work and soil pipe notice to contractors sent out around March.'21. While this one I the tills y'Tb.r','Jhadow 'of the orchestra ,J"'
led and a"deep. wen -drilhe eer for Reynolds B'r>,wtolJ;Smith are being laid on 'Unit 'A' at from the off Ice Af the State Road Is destined:': be short, prices (unless Cross", It{ will be performed by furnishing the music. Il .IWIdl-" ,

property and the park & 'Hills, consulting engineers >:for present. Sanford Coin of Gainesville Department Inf Tallahassee under other markets come In and a group'of 100 Inmates, Includingthe ately after the close 1)f"'the, program "
entirely sanitary. ''It. was the water sewage and Jiealth cen- is the architect, ands, rep date of March 26 calls for "sealed! crowd theicllles' ) are anticipatedto Prison Orchestra, the Prison a dance'' was' held on the' :

The City: Dads will no ter, 'advises that the work of cutting resented on the site by : bids from 4uallfled contractors"up ) be the bestxin year. Chapel Choir, a cast representing Center's beautiful patio.
breath a sigh of relief In the new water mains bas leton. until 10:30: A. M. (E. W, T.) Several of'the following buyers Biblical characters, and a corps of Feed The Multitude

the "tourist town" Is comas already started. There will be Approximately $12 ,Ooo has been on April 9 for the construction of have already arrived In Lawtey, Inmate tech nlctans, mechanics: Aa Boon as the doors swung

they Have many a resultant discoloration and unusual received by the city, county and the much-talked-of and prayedfor and others are expected to come and artists. open Wednesday' after noon a
be caused by trailers park- taste In some sections of school deposited in the local Road 2S1 from Starke to in next week: Harry Truitt, Plant steady stream of civilians and soldiers

very section of the City the city because of chlorination bank, to pay architects, engineersand Camp Blandlng City, Art Myers, New York. "The Outstanding Shadow of among The Cross"scenes will in ) rallied in and out of the i

adequate toilet facilities. of the new lines. However, this contractors on'the' various This road will run from the S. Wayne Bailey and Vernon Peel, be the Resurrection scene, where place. Some of them, congratulating
'tourist town' is high and condition will clear up rapidly, war projects now under construction A. It. railroad in Starke a distance Chadburn, N. C., T. W Davis, exquisite blending of color and the builders and founders of

ill has shady pine trees and does not Indicate Impure ,here of 8.631 miles to Camp Wauchula, Ben Hartman Dela- light result In a vision of the large business enterprise while

the property. water ,It was stated. The local Federal Works Agency Blandlng, will have' an 8-Inch ware, and J. H. Dulaney, Wau beauty. Also remarkable I I.great the others came for entertainmentand

:Mr. Machaux also states that office is located on Call St. at Ocala rock base with bituminous chula. Crucifixion scene, which will be shopping-all of which facilities i
retread surface, and will be from ) are to be found under one
the and water L. C.
his receive all plant.
office will complaints light done In this pageant with much
21 to 41 feet wide. roof in the "City Within A City."
Friday from residents pertainingto Hoch, associate construct Ion Two Freight Trains more daring than formerly.
An Informed stated Wed- Sandwiches and drinks
source were
Impassable roada or walkwaysor engineer Is In charge, under the Of great Interest In connection
nesday that the $10,000 certified Run TogetherOn served to those attending Wednesday
unsafe conditions traceable to direction of P. T. Piety, construction with tile Easter service, as well \
ices Today new construction. His phone. engineer with headquarters check that must accompany each Lawtey Track an with reference to regular afternoon and night In
bid to guarantee good faith and the reception room of the building -
I Jacksonville.
number Is 187. at weekly services in the Prlwon. Is
ability to complete the job Is Lawtey April 2.-Thla com- and were given free to first
I the performance of the inmate
hree-hour, devotion honor- evidence that It will cost In the I munity was the center of attraction choir, numbering 30 voices. night customers. The large foun-

r Lord's Passion will be John Boles BoxingWrestlingAt neighborhood. of $200,000. for i several hours Tuesday While the Pageant among will be tain In the eastern end of the ,
"Thls project has) been assigneda when building serving beer and other
two Seaboard
day ( freight trains
Friday), as I* cus- In'Park FilmOne Armory TonightTonight presented at 8o'clock visitors to
in St. Mark's Episcopal priority preference rating of A- virtually piled up on the front the Prison who arrive In the after drinks was) crowded almost to
1-J for obtaining materials and doorsteps of main street at 3:20A. : capacity until the wee small I
beginning at 12 o'clock of the most compellingheart (Friday) ia the time noon will be conducted on a tour
"
M equipment prior to June 3O, 1942, M. hours. In the arcade hundredswere
lasting until 3 o'clock. of for the big A m e r lean Legion- of the Institution grounds. Re-
dramas the season comes
i local churches the notice said. The minimum Fortunately only one person- freshment can be purchased in engaged In amusement,
general participate to the screen of the Park The- sponsored two-hour combination wage paid all skilled labor em- negro fireman who Jumped from the machine past-time and the game
public PrIson, by those who
If" may,
resent for at least one urged of atre Sunday,with the opening per- boxing and wrestling program ployed on, this contract shall be the engine cab of a through wish to come In advance of the was true In the bowling alleys.
$1.00 hour, while labor of Intermediate hurt. Ills The bowldrome, operated by
per freight-was Injurieswere
minute periods. It Is hoped formance of "Road to Happiness", being put on at 8:30: o'clock In showing of the Pageant.
Manassa and the
n business grade 'wll receive 75 slight. Henry P. 8.,
attend people will find starring John Boles. the Starke Armory by George cents and unskilled labor 40 cents In the smash, however a Caboose Religious activity at Kalford is Military Store, owned by L. O.

during the noon This absorbing screen play was Romanoff, wrestling promoter, per hour. of a local freight, two cars directed by the Rev. 1. A. Shepherd Pfaff, who also owns a store up

adapted from "First Perform ancf'JImmle Murdock, boxing 1 The Telegraph's Informant stat and three boxcars of the other Chaplain. An ecumenical' town, were the first businesses)
service will be centered matchmaker.The ed that actual work on the road freight were almost demolished.The Church Service In conducted each to open here that night and they
the Seven Last Words of ance", the story which attracted will Sunday while Catholic service both were enjoying land office
main event will be the box- probably begin around May accident apparently occured
and the! time sequence istoon widespread attention when first Ing match between Lem Thompson 1. when the northbound local Seaboard are conducted by the Rev. FatherT. business as long as the door of
W9: American Magazine. J Murphy, of St Edward's Bland Ing Center remained
published in a 145-pound soldier, and freight was ordered Into open
-Gospel story of the It' tells a chapter In the lives ofa Jacksonville's 140-pound Joey New Home Started the siding here and failed to clear Church, .Starke. until well Into Thursday morning.

each Dunne. Another soldier, Eddie the switch before It was struck Guest Photographed
-Meditation: "Father for- father and his young son' Mayhew, will go to the mat with For P. L. Bridges by the early morning section of a New BakeryIn Mayor A loop and his party as
lel11 for they know not striving In his own way to solvea Carl Brown of Green Cove through freight travelling toward well as other visiting dignitaries)
ey do" The Rev. Charles problem. Boles> sings several Springs. Paul S. Bishop, the new business Jacksonville, also. Raybin StoreA attending were photographed con-

songs In a manner which long Marsh of the U. manager of the Trianon De- The caboose and two cars,) of gratulating Mr. Connell. The
Meditation established him as a favoriteon Sailor Tiger new bake chop will open In first soldier to be a customer of
: "Today shall ago will wrestle with Jim velopment Corporation, began this the local train were hurtled from
S. Navy Starke within the In
with me In Paradlse." The the screen. Marine week the construction of a five- the tracks, and the through next week Dlandlng Center Wednesday aft
ex-U. S. ,
ed Yerkes. 'Boles ia ably supported little Cllnatock, Gore an soldier will take room/ brick-veneer residence for freight's engine and three cars the vacant space In the Raybln ernoon, was also shown In a photograph
while Jack ,
MedItation! "Woman, beT Billy Lee in the appealing role of Romanoff himself. Mr. and Mrs. Paul L. Bridges on were almost demolished by the building adjoining the Star Storeon as he was greeted, by e-
, son." "Behold the son. Roscoe Karnes and Mona on George the corner of Monroe and South Impact. Local people report that Wont Call street. C. T. Sabine -I Mayor Alaop.
thyl.tedllatlon ,
Barrie also have Important parts. The feature attraction of the streets In Mrs. Bertha Pearce'ssubdivision. the through train carried a load, of Jacksonville, has the The Center will be open alwaysto
- evening however, will be Miss space leased for one year, Mr. of the
: "My God and that two of the three cars In men armed forces in .
'hy hast my Dolly Dalton, who challenges any Raybln stated l Wednesday, and particular and the public In
thou forsaken Stolen Car Recovered "We will follow fire-proof construction the wreck were loaded. One with gen
e Rev, A. E. Lightfoot. soldier in the Armory tonight to plans throughout," :Mr. oranges and the other automo plans to open at once. eral. Increased bua service will

.Meditation: I thirstThe A, 1938 2-door Chevrolet sedan wrestle hi a one fall no time Bishop stated yesterday. The biles. Loss to the other car was Mr. Sabine owns. a bake shopIn be continued b. the Orange LInes,

D Moore Baptist ms- belonging to E. P. Mathews, an limit, Mr. Murdock said. residence will occupy a lot lOOx small, however. Jacksonville, and for the past and whenever the new highway I

employe at the Tip Top Grocery, 120 feet, and will be 5.V5" x 32 The werck was cleared to allow two years hao been delivering 2ol, Is completed a t least 30

Meditation: "It Is finish- which was stolen In Starke Feb. New Voters feet. It will coat approximately passage of rail traffic on the cakes, pies and doughnuts In busses will be In operation from ,

e Rev G. C. Powell. 7, was located bogged down In $4.800, and will be ready for occupancy north track by 10:30: Tuesday Starke, and so successful has he here to Camp Standing at all
tedltatlon: "Father into the mud two miles north of Jacksonville Have Until 18th within five weeks), Mr. morning while traffic was re- been that he has decided to move limes! officials of that company

da I commend my spirit" three days later-Feb. To Register Bishop said. It will have a double sumed at a normal rate Wednes his bakery to Starke. Indicated at the opening Wednes
V' G C, Powell. 10. garage. 0 C. R. Stageber is the day. Contractor J. D Mathews has day night.

pUblic Iv at liberty to who located the Jamea Hollingsworth, county architect and t:. R. Wallace is I built a concrete partition In the i
come The
between policeman of registration stated the foreman In charge of con space, and added two rooms at : Small Fire Thursday
periods supervisor St. Marks Service
all, or and to car placed It In a storage garage the back, which will be used for a
to the struction.
any one of them. went to Jacksonville Wednesday that, contrary
Mathews ,
and Mr. week paid the belief of many the books will be I The Easter Service of St. baking room and storage room, A fire at the home of Mrs. I

fits Get early this and the auto I open In his office at the courthouse Rotarians Buy StampsFor i Mark's Episcopal Church will be while the large room in the front I Maude Mott on South Walnut
Break got
storage charges until midnight April 18. : a celebration of the Holy Communion will be used as a sales room., street brought out the fire de-

rItaI'd County' mobile. The. idea bad been circulated In a long time now Starke at 11 o'clock Sunday I' partm"nt about 4:30: A. M. yes
. late cold some way that his books closed Rotarians have been handing Sec- morning. A cordial Invitation is Maude's Lunch Moves terday. A bed (in the front bedroom '

rforhstudents "wepectedof At The TabernacleA April 1.Another. retary Joe Wilson a dollar bill extended to visitors in Starke to 'I had caught fire presumablyfrom
hool's Winter B- H. S. will mistaken Idea Is that (lunch money) every Wednesdayand share in this service,'and churchmen The eating place at the Shell a cigarette, she said.
gusted and wood Supply' special Easter program Sun the re-reglstratlon of thorn who getting back two bits change. both of the Camp and of station on the corner of Temple Water was scarce owing to the
t to offlca! < were be given at the Tabernacle who can- avenue and Pratt street-formerly fact that connections are being
replenlah'> Some un have registered once Is necessary Starting this week, however, they the civilian population
te. at this day night at 8 o'clock. the Kozy Korner, operated by made with the new water and J '
Consequently: numbers "In certain counties of large populatlon. will banfl him a dollar bill and not return to their own parishesto
when the usually good musical Mrs. Howard-is now Maude's sewer extensions and the water
trednesdayew too and there ." said Mr. HoIIingsworth, get back a 25-cent: defense stamp. make their Easter duty, are
cold for com- have been arranged this I la true: but not In Bradford. When member. bare accumulated urged to worship with the con- Lunch Room. Mrs. Maud Mott had been off for quite awhile.

'IJJUUssed afternoon.shortly after clu the_ will be a from talk on the"Some Past Remembrances Eight If a person has registered once $18.75 In stamps, tbey will be gregation of St. Marks on Easter moved Into her new quarters However the small blaze was
April 1. swiftly extinguished.
Dur. he does not have to re-register. traded for a Defense Bond. Day. I
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fi spect which we hold for our national anthem Keeps Up With General Kuildmg Activi
Lawtey
The Bradford County Telegraph -"The Star Spangled Banner." It

t KntabllMbed 1877AEAYBER. In many of the schools today children .
'. .., Lawtey, April
/ e= r-C\ learn "God Bless America" before they ever l :. ','fiH4L1,' ,:,'):,rt new houses have l '
.
FLORIiIAPRESSASSOGA110Na' \ even hear the tune to "The Star-Spangled ,\, been CCInat
\v here
;, recently
ana(
\
are
KAnONALEDITOiaALASSOCIAIION X e; Banner" The reason usually given is that tenants, most of themBlending. o

19.41I :*/ it's easier for the children to learn. And of men In service at

I ') :. L. Matthews ._______ Editor. and OwuerSUBSCRIPTION sometimes it is added: "They're thinking of r:' "m : neatbi
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Brownie
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1C -- 'y RATIO making it the national anthem anyway!I"I I $ : IJ, ed two nice Bennett little hat tGII

Yearly, 1.75: ; Six Months, $1.00- Who "they" are is a matter of con 4A- M : I side the city limits bnngW,

but number of i ) I one of them ; two
large
'- - -- jecture, among a peo ..... very receuu,
1 Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Sec- ple, to all intents and purposes, "God Bless marshal.bunt by Cecil Whlteb '

cud Claws Matter at the Post Office at Stajfta FJa.nmLN America" already has become the national Mrs.
{ Effie Miner
f u l 1 VERSE anthem. People stand when it is played in through renovating will be H,j
+ r >
h
i e "Jeaua when he had cried again with a loud public gatherings. Many know every word home, making lt one of 4
modern
l1 voice, yielded up the ghost. And behold the veil of it by heart yet stumble along when they county., structures I in "

: of 'the temple was rent In twain from the top toe try to sing 'The Star Spangled Banner." She has

earth did quake, and the converted itat i B
and the
th bottom; Whether there is a chance that "God apartment and ;
i 1 rocks rent; and the graves were opened; and many from all rooming hOlt
J Bless America" may some day be our national Indication
i bodies of the saints which slept arose, and came This fine old home has been completely redecorated week, she has a *! ")

out of the graves after his resurrection, and went anthem is not the question today. and modernized by Mrs. Effle lollner.smaU A bright spot In lAwtey'n inwIneMS district- 1Dax11ll1lA\<<

PI r1 Into the holy city, and appeared unto many. %'Jowwben Our national anthem is ""The Star-Spangled Joe Peele's streamlined grocery store. ants.Joe Peele has

the centurion (Editor's note: a centurion Banner"-and this is no time
Jir was a Roman captain) and they that were with change.To. -j 'a\ IS and It is among the lilt

to him watching Jesus, saw the earthquake and those who know the words to "The ovation Jobs completed II''
; Alf'' done they feared greatly, e tey's mild boom of rebuilt
; those things that were Star-Spangled Banner"-who have thrilledto remodeling'which !

: i ) a saying Truly, this was the Son* of Cod.-Mat- those words and that tune all their livesit effect for the past several bill 4n,\

thew 275054.: is the one song, above all others, which Many other homer ball,
1 renovated or repaired

Taxes Alone Won't Do Itt expresses the spirit of America. Let's all I fct giving the town an added?

learn those words backward and forward. aRAA'! ,ante of newncsn. AIre&dJ)
Every Spare Dime Must Help hub of the county' It

M We cannot finance the war through business!, Lawtey Is .

} taxes alone. Nor can we finance it by selling There Is Plenty For All- fast and furious--but ate

Be Content With Your ShareIn able speed. Now with 'thl"
more and more regular government manda for additional
$
hoiuU'
bonds to the banks. The financial burden a joint announcement! Secretary of llties to help care for Ibl

Agriculture Wickard and Price Administrator I of persons either In ,
i that war makes unavoidable must'be largely but complete bungalow recently completed Cecil Whitehead is also doing Ida bit to solve Ben1ll
Henderson said that food stocksin employed at Camp BlandluJ.
m 'absorbed by the people-by ordinary American recently by Brownie Bennett. the housing shortage. I building is anticipated.'First .

men and women, in ,all walks of life. this country are abundant, and that thereis

at, The Defense Bonds and Stamps offer us abnormal no need buying.or justification ,for hoarding or Old Age Assistance RecipientsWho Rubber, Assault ,Boats for Marino]

all, whatever our financial status, the Take Work Will l Be ReInstatedment
Consumers should I remember that. ,
the and planes and ...
chance to help buy guns r' ; ,
the great warships that will eventually destroy "Scare buying" is one of the surest ways Bradford County recipients of ends. To make this plainer,

to produce price inflation. Temporary shortages -* Old-age Assistance who accept they will not be required to await
our enemies. employment during the war>period their turn in order to have their
r'' q The banks have been leaders in selling are created as demand runs ,far aheadof will be restored promptly to case reconsidered and acted

supply. the rolls when their "
M. these Defense Bonds. They sell them without employmentends upon.
The retail industry has been and is doing according to an announce, She added that If earnings are
1 a cent of profit to themselves. The ment by Mrs. W. L. Andrews not adequate to provide support
a magnificent job in the consumers' in
hundreds of millions of dollars realized are member of District 5 Welfare during employment, a cash grant
''tai terest. Tens of thousands of stores, operated Board. will be continued to supplementthe
d dispatched at once to thq Treasury, to be
Mrs. Andrews said "The FSi e
State
:
by both chain systems and independent : earnings.
-; : i disbursed for'armament. Every bond sold Welfare Board, realizing that "Winning the war la the first

t amounts to a blow at dictatorship.Buy merchants, are pursuing an aggressive, profitable employment may be- duty and concern of every citi

bonds afford. purposeful "price control" program of their come available to many Old-age zen," Mrs. Andrews concluded.
as as can
many you '
'' own and are saving the public untold millions Assistance recipients as man. "The purpose and policy of ..the
Put your spare dimes and quarters into power Is absorbed by the war effort welfare agency is to make it possible -
of dollars
by increases
preventing price
Defense Stamps. This is every American's has adopted regulations providing for Old-age Assistance recipients -

'"''t war-and every American must do all he that would otherwise take place. that those who by working to do their part, free

One of the most important elements in become self-supporting will have from worry as to later loss of income -
can to see it through to victory. their
names restored promptly to resulting from the temporary
this is wise buying. Stores
program
n ni are the rolls as soon as their employ-; I halting of their grants."
1
keeping inventories at reasonable levels instead

+ Do You Know The Words?
of rushing in and building up stocks.
Small.Field
If Not Learn Them .
to an abnormal extent. They are buying at
"God Bless America" is a great song the favorable Of CandidatesIn
most season, when prices are
y+ w in spite of the fact that Irvin Berlin dashed May PrimariesAlthough
,advantageous. They are doing everything
F 1 r it off in a few hours for use on a special n
Fi I t in their power to maintain orderly markets. 1t'ts an "off-year" RWer.*SsaaU. boats for the U. B. 'marines are show II

i ; program, never dreaming that it would ride What the stores do on a big scale all' election and the war has crowded complete form at aa Akron, Ohio, factory. Designed far toujli nt
the rising tide of patriotism and becomeone off HEALTHARTIE abusive service these bost..whendeflated are the ultimate
on politics the front the
consumers should do on a small scale. War pages pactness, end extremely light In relation to the loads they will
of the best-loved songs America has will fact remains that Florida will The U. 8. war and navy departments which approved this pictatequipping !
t known. It fits the times. It cause us all to forego many: ; a luxury, hold a primary election on May 5. MfOOVERN both army and navy planes with them. Recently thrre CI
;
l. : ever present but there will be plenty of necessities to Here are the state-wide candi- navy fliers survived the crush of wind and waves through 14 .fcnl

should be sung loud and often. around. go dates who qualified before the -_..._. -ft.. ,-h...._._- ...-.hh-..._.. ...-........ -
.J1 r+ An intelligent, calm public is essential -
But "God Bless deadline and who will appear on I
America" shouldn't be
4 to workable price control of any the ballot in Bradford County: Don't Pamper the Lookout Saves 5 Captain'j1tin'i

treated with the ,reverence and solemn re kind.I'P''I Four are running for congressman Neurotic I

from the State at large-
Barney J. Cohen of Orlando, Lex Most neurotics regard themselvesas I

: 1 :; : THIS WEEK IN THE Green of Starke, Earnest Over- invalids who must be treated

,r : WARN street of Miami and Wallace with natural special right consideration of their disease., as But the i?

l Tervln of Bradenton. they. and all who sympathize with
; A of
mad summary. available by official on sources the Important In the Office" of OOverment Three Supreme Court Justices their pet weaknesses, are entirely
.
; Iteporta/, Washington. D. C.PROCLAIMS .) are to be nominated, but incum- mistaken for this sort of "nervous-- ,
bent Justices Glenn Terrell 'and ness" is not a disease in the physi
ARMY DAY
essential to the war effort than maintenance of existing plumbingand Alto Adams are>. unopposed, and cal or medical sense of the word. It ,
President Roosevelt on his .dependents. is really
proclaimed a symptom of disarranged
heating installations on farms, their names 'will not be on the
t h, April 6 aa Army Day and asked ballot. Circuit Judge H. L. physical functions or of bad mental
SIGN UI FOR SUGAR In residences and office and (Tom) habits.

the Nation to observe It by resolvIng The Office of Price Administration apartment buildings. The Board Sebring of Gainesville and TheoT. One of the most aggravating
firmly "to spare no effort Turnbull of Monticello; chair- causes of nervousness is self-con x 5
announced individual or family limited metallic plates for State man of the State Democratic centration. constantly thinking and
a which may contribute to the consumers will register for and local auto licenses to 10( percent Executive Committee, are talking about one's own feelingsand
oppon-
speedy creation of the arms and sugar rationing May 4, 5, 6 and of the weight Issued during ents for the seat from which Jus- condition imagining that they
supplies 'Indispensable to our citi the year ending July 1, tice J. B. Whitfield are in some way unique more severe -
zens' army." He said, "We are engaged 7. All sugar sales in the country will retire. more threatening, more inter-
, 1 In our greatest war, a war will be halted at midnight April OAS PRICE CEILING Eugene S. Matthews of Starke, esting. more to be pitied or won-
r w" that will leave none of our lives 27 for approximately 10 days. One The Labor Department reportedits senior member of the State Rail- dered at than any experienced by k

"t wholly untouched. We "shall win member of a family can registerthe coat of living Index on February road Commission, is opposed for. other persons This constant dwelling -

t this war as we have won every entire household. Each person :15 .was 113 percent of the re-nomination by Raymond J. I on and exaggerating one's Ills
Davis of develops a morbid attitude of mind of ,
Limestone' Junkie -
war have will receive for 1035-39 and Charles I Cadet Carl C.
we fought. a war ration book average and almost which 0111Ilala
M. Stewart reacts harmfully; upon' all the whose title ]
of viII., Tenn.,
d s War Secretary Stlmaon announced of 28 stamps. 15 percent higher than in August Manatee. They will physical faculties. William R. Lowans. lt. of Mer- makes him the hlghf1"
the army will train 100.- Oil Coordinator Ickes said a 1939. The OPA set price ceilingson run In Group One. I The most helpful treatment in cera burl'. Pa., whose sharp eyesight Ing cadet In the United I 8W"

000,men and women for civilian card rationing system, for gasoline gasoline at service stations in Jerry W. Carter of Tallahassee, these neurotic cases is to use every was responsible for the rescue of lary academy, stands bt"p
i Jobs as overhaul and will replace within six weeks 17 Eastern States Oregon, Wash- seeking re-election to the Railroad possible device to prevent the ''patient" five seamen on a raft la the gala Stat taptal_' plaque at Wet!'
repair me- swept North Atlantic. Lowansi
Commission In Group Two from talking about his condi was sll the pall!
,
the ington and the District of Col- Here are listed
chanics Inspectors at government present 20 percent limitationon Is opposed by three tion. When he starts on all the depressing on lookout on a warship when his them bets
arsenals, etc. Men must be out deliveries in 17 Eastern States, umbia at levels prevailing March M. Burch of Tallahassee men-Harry Wilbur details, try to change the perfect vision enabled him to detect eaptalns..J. Pershlng.among 1885-88, and *

" side the age requirements for Selective Washington Oregon and the Dis- 13. C. King of Zolfo subject, tactfully but persistently the seamen through the fog at. :MacArthur, 1902-43.
I Service. Applications may trict of Columbia. The War Pro- L. Bob Springs and R. ; See If he cannot be made to a distance of three miles.

be made at any Civil Service Coini1' duction Board said new typewriters What No Coke! Six( ) Sweger of Clearwater. talk about politics, the next.door
have
qualified in the neighbors,
race or anything else her
mission-local office. produced during the remainder Blame HitlerThe for Congress In the Second Dis- his own self-centered interests.except Gahagan a widow, a resident of lowing members of Wan
1 Ground force Commander Mc- of 1942 will go to the trict to succeed Green. Savannah, Ga., Martha Powell School claso as dinner

Nair 'reported the Army will expand Army, Navy and other govern- war shortage struck fountain 'James R. Boyd, Jr., J. 0 They. (Jim are) Deeds Filed Wood. Joined by h e r husband, Sunday: Vernon CrosbY JJvazIIV. of
I't, its present nine Corps areas ment agencies. The OPA will ration Coca-Cola Cary, T. W. Pearsons Jr. Glenn E. Wood, and William. Brook Farm; J, k I
the Emory J.
syrup same as McR
F't to civilian users stocks of W. Andrews and Thelma Andrews Vanderbilt Edwin
to eleven to facUitate handling of It has other H. Price and Helen Hunt West of Powell, Joined by his wife, Mary ;
32 new streamlined Infantry Divisions new machines now held by deal- ducts. many everyday pro- Jacksonville, and Zach H. Doug his wife, to J. L. Silcox, Harriet Powell all residents of Junior Thomas of Star**

of 15,300 men each. Com- ers. Here in Starke, like In lass of Gainesville. March 23; E. L. Williams and Bradford County, to Etta S. Ti- There will also be JWJJI

9'' mander McNair said a site "West BROADCASTS FROM FIGHTING other city, they're doing something every- wife, Grace Williams, to Grady B. eon, for and during her natural Crosby Lake Sunday 1
of the Colorado River" has been : FRONTS about It. There's substitute Sapp Home Baggett and wife Gullda. T, Bag- life and from and after her decease -
a Burns i
'4'J;r: selected for large-scale troop The War making its get, March 24; R. S. Wasdln and to Luther G. Powell and
Department Clubs
: announced appearance at USO
training in wife, Era A. Wasdln. to Mlna M. John H. Powell
y> modern desert war- that the local and their heirs .
a series drug The
o f store fountains home
"Army Hour"broadcasts and of Carl
; Sapp, out on Grady, March 25 .
t' fare. the ; Luther Q. Powell and assigns forever March 27. Given NumbersStarke'o
every Sunday beginning customers say It's* almost like the Hellbronn Springs road, burn. and wife. May Frlpp Powell
,
OLDER MEN MUST KKOISTER; April 5. 3:30: to 4:30: P. M. the real McCoy which oft times ed to the ground Monday night. John H. Powell uso Bola
single, and Mar- four
Selective Service Director Hershey (War Time), over the NBC network Is referred 'to as a Coke. Dope, According to Mr. Sapp's brother- tha Powell Wood and husband PINE LEVEL convenience !II
will link men in the armed Georgia Morphine and in-law, W B. Ily Mrs. II. M. McRae the sake of
tightening II-A deferments, many Mundy, the fire Glenn E. Wood William C. Pow- be designated by in""*?!
services other similar
r directed local draft boards to fighting abroad with titles. caught probably from a flue upstairs ell and wife, falIluar0!
Mary Harriet
Powell
There
American What the will be an all-day sing at will soon become
firesides In ingredients
q this count are, 'drug where'nobody A
put aside considerations of "mere sleeps, and constituting all the heirs Pine civilians
,
at Level Church and
tnr. next soldiers
Sunday
a The .
k y. pwpnre "v 'l't the hou I
Z:.enlence! and rragrsn w tttczipl is 'IC&'tI be n % w%* ontlfoly 1:50
comfort" In
determining p.ro"mote understanding of military i Informed and they haven't "asked, Very little furniture dPftroyf'L Len Zf Lets Yswel.sssr: wit: :diner oa tt! &':__ ft, the deferment of per- was saved, ed), except the grantee herein, Everybody welcome. all the
: sons and morale problems. They will because the new "synthetic" Coca- and Mr. and Mrs. W. B. tary among 1.till
to the
necessary "national Mundy of the
parties
first
part, to Mat- Our Sunday School )III YMCA will be Number
Cola
mark the first Is growing
time In U. popular at the lost
S. history young considerable NCCS
health age beauty
and bar.
q' safety Intere
or t. The tie Powell the
Gahagan
a widow of In attendance 2.
the will of two weeks. ber with 52 pupils present will be Number {II
t I local boards began distribution of army directly spon- equipment which they had Savannah. Ga., March 27 Luther while the
last
; be 3
Sunday. Number ,
sor and The local
four supervise a radio programto fountains had beenat stored there from Leila's
page occupational questionnaires beauty O. Powell and wife. May Frlpp Mrs. O. R. Alvarez will be Number 4.
and children
a f
accomplish a military mission. temporary loss when shop and the
to they Three Friends *
obtain for the U. S. bar Powell. John H. Powell, the
single of
; Vanderbilt While practically
were unable were recent I
to ber
Employment Service and other get syrup any fchop. They carried no Insur- Martha aha ,
WASHING Powell Wood and
hus- prevail
MACHINKS visitors
: would
OUT longer. One of the Call Street ance. at the home of Mrs. H. numbers
rrf1lll
agencies full Information on the The WPB ordered manufacturers founts displayed this band. Glenn E. Wood, all of Brad- M. McRae. they have been chosen".
'I sign "We'reout
vocational background of men of domestic laundry equip- of Coca-Colas, ford County and Mattle Powell Mrs. Ellen Lowe and childrenof standpoint of priority or'''''
blame it
v who reg 1 s t e red February 16. ment to halt production by May Hitler-fresh orange juice 5c on New Military StoreThe Gahagan, widow, of Savannah Sanderson have moved to our ity In Starke yet, accoru-wfJf
Later a
the questionnaires will be 15, and manufacturers: of certain glass." Others '''took the loss Main Ga... constituting all of the heirs section. We welcome them here. Mr. Wear, the numbers
sent the earlier regl trants. vending machines with Military Distributors, at law of Luther C. Powell deceased :Mrs. !:
t+ of juke boxes similar good nature. Alvin Weinstein A. F. Hall and children of lected because of their
The President set April 27 as and other proprietor, offlclally (except the grantee here- Jacksonville
amusement machines by As a local customer remarked. are visiting rela- to Camp Blandlng= 0
w registration day for all men 44 to May 1. The Board directed re when a soda fountain mado Its bow to Call in). parties' of the first part, to tives here. Ing the nearest the f\\
_! attendant street
a! 64 Inclusive. Director Herahey tatters of men's and boys clothing told her, "we have a substitute location Tuesday of the morning Starke in the old William C. Powell. March 27. In :Mr. and Mrs. Bob Myrick of Ing the farthest, etc
said as the war progresses, draft to omit trouser cuffs after March for Coca-Colas," she Dry Cleaners compliance with the last will and Starke were visiting Mr. and
rJ; deferments will depend more on 30. Priority assistance was grant quicKiy replied and Laundry. His son-in-law, testament of Luther C. Powell, deceased Mrs. H. M. McRae after RULED INDEX C.\8D
"my. If Sunday
my they could Hy Carleton
i t whether a man's civil operation is ed materials needed for repair and say that about tires and tubes.only" him Is associated with a life-time estate was left noon.Mrs. tl per IIBRADFORD ti.

to Etta S. Tison; Matt Powell H. M. McRae had the fol- TELEGRAPH.
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School INDIES : .


igh Journal WEEKLY NEWS ANALYSIS By Edward r C. Wayne New Losses Reported t I l i' i


In Rattle of/ Java '
U. S. Heartened Naval Offensive
by
The battle of the Indies was over,

l Editor-in-chief Senior Invitations Take A Good Breath Attendance Small but not dead, for in the dally news
Bases in South Pacific
arjorle Thompson Against Jap ; came dispatches, some good some
Should Not Become Before ThisThe At Band DanceLast
campus Chatterbfargle Reading bad, telling more about it all. ,

i Mathews Merely A "Racket"I Friday night the much Air Attacks on Port Darwin ContinueAs One for instance, had raised,the
1 flash of the week and the
Norman toll! of the Battle of Java Sea for the
)
velma
Senior Class News have no doubt that many long most unusual story you've ever at talked the about Legion band Hall dance with was a very held Allies Strike: Back in New Guinea United States by admitting the loss

Eno/J HayesSpecial years ago to order a lot or graduation heard is one told by Jacq. and small attendance. Everyone had of two more four-stacker" destroyers .

Reporters Invitations was "a sign of Enos. Las t Tuesday Enos received a marvelous time. We know that ,
Cleo Norman TDITOR'n NoE-wh..plnles. a..gruad !. tk... ..1.l mn.. tk.Tr That had partially escaped
Roberts, popularity. Today it is a sign of a telegram asking him to the rainy weather kept back a tb. ... .! lh. ..*. ....1'.' and not ......arllr .1 !..(. ..w..p..1R.loa..d they when the an-
Class News Graduation Invitations ________ had been learned
greed. are few but in the future when they ( by Wut.rn N..IM' Unlon.l'
Parker tell Mimi Gardner to be In Gaines nouncement said that they had last
i Mae nothing but a racket. Not the have them let's try to cooperate.
News ville by 12:00 noon to to Orlando been beard from in the waters south
Class go ATTACK AUSSIES
tlunior holding up with a pistol kind, They are trying to raise enough : :

Catherine NolUnan understand, but one Just as ob with her slater. The telegram money to buy uniforms and If we Nfivy Strikes TlC'icedo'ubiebarreled See Point of Java. -
Turning
The Java Sea had been
Reporter Battle of
junior vious. Have you ever been in a was sent 10:00 Monday want to have a band with uniforms -
Davis, Nina BI hOp. Eva home where the inhabitants have night but he didn't it until next year we will have to A attack by a Whether the Taps were going to fought almost entirely north of Java. ,h

alney, Martha :Markey moved out to .make room for get help them out. Everyone asks navy task force, the same which had turn aside from Australia and con- Favorable ,were the dispatch 4

graduation presents No! Well,, 11:00: Tuesday morning. (Some why we don't have this kind of struck with devastating force on the centrate on India had remained considerable which had begun to. filter through

Clearly neither have I. But if this pro service.) He asked several students event more often, but how are Marshall and Gilbert Islands, had of a mystery but certainly showing. that Bataan was not: the '

g fit-making scheme does not atop,, vto take her over, but they we going to bo "able, to have th mwhen' been delivered on Wake Island andMarcus their attack on Australia's outpost only;: point la the southwest Pacific
island the latter only 950 bad been slowed to point where containIng
a where land resistance was
good mental health it* will have to be done. I believe all had tests the next period. no ore sees' fit to come?
I tgn i of miles from Tokyo. the Aussie began to **e the 'turn for the .laps were reported being
It the public M to Mr. Bates entertained all
awakening us
clearly. by
jwer to think Jacq said she would go get Mac's The latter attack scared Tokyo so ing point right around the corner." forced to retreat from some *t
for .uc- this danger of giving the grad- his excellent playing on the piano
pave the way car and take her over. They rode badly that the city ordered black- Australian and American airmen their positions In Sumatra ,
by which uate such a send off that he or : toward the end of the evening
here are ways up town with Hilda Jackson (car outs for several days afterward it
be fixed were carrying: out almost noelstopraids That the AusiU were cognizant
be cultivated she will for life. WhatIs and that In Itself was worth every
inking! can No.1). When they reached the was announced. New Guinea the Solomon.. 'I
on Prim
!Mil been in
of this fact seen
becoming of our latest bit of 25 cents. He really can
be encouraged generation
se phould garage, she found that her father The delay in announcing these attacks New Britain and other objectives Minister Cur tin's In.a.\o the
TIn tickle those ivories!
Til clrcu tances. had gone off In the car with her apparently occurred because north of the continent and their: Dutch to hang on, that aid was coming t
,d trained to reason clear- the last few years, I believe pocket-book containing the keysto There will be more of these in the first instance the navy fore dally report of planes destroyed to them In the form of an Australian
greatest! value to Its that if a stranger spoke to a Mac's events !in the future. Let's show Wake to Marcus .
She from
,e of car. decided to was on the way showed that they were biting a con- and American .Tensive.
,r and to the world. In senior in the last semester of i take another car, so the three them how much we are behind and didn't want to "telegraphits siderable piece out of the Nipponese
clear thinking we face school, ..he was a likely candidate I started off In the general direction them, and come out There Is not punch"'on the latter Island. strength in the air. It wa* of the sam ton as MaeArthur's at

i they are and do not den for an Invitation. This year that I of Gainesville. The time was a more worthy cause and I know As to the second attack the need The Japs continued their bombing word to under his men GeneralN.inwrlgkt '
Bata
lighting
that will it. **.
half-truths, false be- is changed. I am able to say 11:15: a. m. When they were almost they appreciate If for delay was probably one of two attacks on Port Darwin, also onCaterlne. that "I came throughthe
opinions. SomepoBHCsu with relief that the seniors of today you like to dance, patronize the '
erroneous to Waldo, someone remarked factors, either that the navy force ) but the effectiveness was Jap line, and I'm coming bac'"
only y, e Ideas of at Bradford HI have, withouta I that things were going smooth band. dances. was moving on elsewhere, or else it showing a downward curve Appar- gain...

IIdbOod while others, with word spoken between them, cut 'ly. They heard a slight hiss and I. L. D. was on its way back to Pearl Harbor ently the main Japanese objectivewas I

linda, are always learning down on Invitations. This Is an felt a few bumps and the awful for refueling and resupplylng, probably Port Moresby, on the southernend CONDUCT: *

p in touch with all of the example of the common sense exhibited truth dawned on them. They hada "B" Club Elects the latter, as the dispatches of New Guinea a perfect bop-

nd3 of thought.. by this generation. So flat. tire. They proceeded to New Officers cam from there.Considerable oil point for air attacks on north- Strange Union Case ."'

folks, when you get that Invitation flag an old man driving a very credit for the four cast Australia. On of the strangest cases m tba, ,

Biographies you can answer It,. knowingfull ancient car to take them to Thursday, March 26, the "B" attacks, as the latter two must be By land,through a big valley on smmt* tt war work and organised
r well that yours will not be Gainesville. He ran a red light In Club meeting was called to order considered part of the general onslaught the (island, they were approaching labor had occurred hi Detroit, where' ; Y Ya

QIB ANICE MATHEWS one of a TOO MANY, Waldo and they hoped that he by the president. Patsy Roberts. which Included the Marshall the Australians defense positions girt bad been accused by her :... 1

e suburbs of Philadelphia, wouldn't get pulled until he got Marjorie Thompson read the and Gilbert islands, was liven to around the Port, while through the fellow-workers. ,: i

ember H, 1923 a pleasantday Fifth Grade News8B to Gainesville anyway. After a minutes since the secretary was the commander of the force, Vice air, from Salamaua and Lae, they This young woman Gen.vievs !

a small baby, later : few minutes that seemed like absent. .. Admiral W. F. Halsey. had been mining bombs on the i BMW 25, had a> rreb in a Detroit,

ed I Margie Anlce Mathews, hours they,reached the city limits The treasurer, Mae ParMr, In the'first two the navy had lost town; attempting soften It up tot plant .and the charge was that she

Although 'she' was born We: welcome Walter Fritz to of their goal. They stopped the made a report. Folks, rememberto a number of planes, but In the lat attack by land.It had been guilty;: of "conduct unbecoming ,

of I the Mason-Dlxon line, our room. He came from Platts- car, thanked the gentleman for pay your dues along with Pearl ter two battles, the only losses were was at these two base.. a union member." .'

she 1 la not a yankee as burg, N. Y. the ride, ran three blocks through Harbor If you don't, well we'll two planes, both shot down by antiaircraft Salamaua and La* that the Australian Technically she bad been guilty;:

ed] in Missouri prior to Mrs. Brown brought some new peoples' flower beds and back- leave the rest to Mae. fire.Surprise and American bombers had the union said, of causing troubleby "

to Starke. She entered books. I think: we will enjoy yards to reach Aunt No. 1's house. Mr ,Wainwright gave a few had been an important been concentrating their attack. And disparaging the efforts of her ,

In the seventh grade and reading them. She called the hospital and told points on "Electing Officers." factor in both attacks, because at th* results had been favorable. fellow workers.Members .

tinned attending here for We miss Myrtice Warren and them to hold the ambulance that The nominating committee reported Wake Island three four-motored sea- of the union hid said if P

five years. hope that she will be back soon. Mimi was in Gainesville. Then their final decision of new planes had been found and destroyed LABOR: ahe was absolved, those bringing1 "

|Senior class is very proud We have a chart of "What to Aunt No. 1 phoned Aunt No. 2who.was officers as follows: before they got Into the air and at Co-operates in WarIt the charge* would feel triaL '

hard work Margie has been Do In An Air Raid." I hope we in the bathtub to come President--Joe Andrews. Marcus Island no air strength of any The girl said ails was what occurred -

I la doing: as our class will remember to follow the rulesif over and take them to the hos Vlce-Pre .-Virginia Sewell kind was found.It was felt that organized labor : She had had the Job of ,

r. The matter of keepingney we ever need to. pital. The woman who answeredthe Secretary-Pasty Keen. began to explain the need for had made an important contribution to- packing In boxes certain gadgcta I''
also
coming in and going Betty Ann Flynn brought a I phone had just come home at Treasurer-Ida Lou Davis. I censorship for the Japs had a near to winning the war effort which came down a aeries'' of chute i

the i right places and at the chart on "How to Display the 4:30: that morning, and she had These were elected by a unanimous ly completed airfield on the island, peace In industry during the war simultaneously from automatic inspection machine I '
already answered the phone about vote. and*certainly would have had planes by a decision reached
and also .
line la no simple and easy Stars Stripes, pictures by the A. 1', of L. and the *
Margie does an excellentIt. of the flags of the United Na. 6 times that morning Aunt No. Joan Carpenter sang "Deep In there if they'd known our force C.I.O. to yield their demand for The other girls were handling ;

And that lent all- tions. 1 had her neighbor take them, to The Heart of Texas" were on the way. extra for holidays. two chutes each, she and one other I

comes to dashing off an Betty Ann brightened up the the hospital in her car. (An old Everyone sang a few other ViewOne pay 1 girl were handling three each. Miss 1

for the newspaper at the room with the sweet peas t he '36 Ford that literally flew down numbers including "Blues In The Ringside aircraft The executive board of the C.I.O. Samp said "On girl squawked, !II I i,
riding on an all Its unions that
to
reporter recommended
the back streets. The time "
!nute she's a whiz! brought for Mrs. 'Brown's desk. ) was Night, etc. about me being a Job-killer. She I)
that Its planes for
We hope that they will stay nice 1220.: Jacq's and Enos' next worry -C. V. N. carrier, reported I they forego all overtime pay said she told the girl It was easy, t,
e could have anything she dumped 12 tons of high explosives Saturdays, Sundays and holiday i
back to
for awhile. was to get the car to handle three chutes. Wise-crack j (
for, Just once, her wish quite Marcus Island alone. when such. work was done within I
on '
\ Pntsy Dew, they left on the side of the road. went back and forth, she sold, and ,
f be to remember the time ,I They feared that someone would Seventh Grade News7D His ringside view of the significance the boundaries of the 40-hour week.

be played around the toes! '5-S like to have the tired Aunt No. of the battle was that It had William Green of the A. F. of L. she was suspended\

|statue of liberty. She was We are glad to' have Jimmie 1 took Aunt No. 2's car and We had a current event test of shattered an important link In Ja- at the same time Issued a statement PARTS : (, I i'' :I t ,'

reo years old at. the times Laughlin back with us. Mrs. Sheppard brought them back 'to Starkewhere 100 questions. Our geography pan's chain of island bases connecting that his organization had "assuredthe I)
later been tojd ,thatMthej i the country with its southwest that it would waive And Profits
Is read In g" very #xnl bookto they got a- 'pare\ 'and teacher, Mrs. Demorest, offered government :
9 were the size of a quart us; It Is "Meg' of Mystery changed the flat. Enos had his Defense Stamps to those pupils Pacific theater of war. the double time payment for Sunday An aircraft part concern, the j' I

nl ups. That's really meaf-ur- "Japanese Hawaii." the duration of the war." starters, which held ,
library book. We will be glad tire. Count them up for yourself Those who made the highest in dispatches a for of airplane
's by the cupful isn't it? i when Nancy LJghtfoot comes It took four cars to go a scores! were Charles Frazier, being a base not only potentially Philip Murray, however, said he $r> ,oooooo In government contracts, ,I

gte'g! fondest school day back to school.! distance of 28 miles, and four James Platt, Elvin Casey Basil great for planes, but for ships as wanted it clear that the unions t

'03 are events that hap- We are glad that the new cars to return a distance of 28 Davis, Joyce Moore and Bobby welL would not relinquish their demandfor w w ynv .

In a one-room school in school, house Is being built and mlleu: There was plenty of ex Dyal. The Wake island attack was not overtime for work done on the 1r' r &

frl. The most exciting in- we hope to have a room !in it next citement In between, too. They While looking around the roomI completely a surprise, as the navy sixth or seventh days of the ordinary r

that happened was when never want to do< it again any notice that Elizabeth Lawson Is surface ships encountered a Jap 40-hour work week, regardless .,.
lire school smoked piecesand year. way. here on time. No wonder It looks gunboat seven miles oft the island, of what days they fell on.

looked at the eclipse like rain. and before she was sunk with one The request, union men said, had

sun. Gliding across the Odds And Ends Foe Joyce Moore, reporter.7L oroudsldo, she was able to flash been made by President Roosevelt .y
fcnd Ice In a sleigh with the Dangerous word to the shore that the "Yanks and War Production Board Chief
I bells The long 'awaited Senior Kid were coming!" Nelson.VOLUNTEERS.
jingling is also an fall Donald M.
he'll
battlefield
|she will never forget. Day lt just around the corner, and Down on the We had a geography test last The Marcus island attack was in i

the girls are trying to plait their and wither, Wednesday. Mrs. Demorest gave the darkness, but the Wake island I : *
simply couldn't write a This terrible fellow named Adolph '
hy |,hair and see if they look kiddish Defense Stamps to those makingthe battle was in full daylight, the Planes 4 '..e4f
without the ofnd Get 40
matter Hitler. I
enough with their short dresses highest grades. C h a r Ie" shelling starting at 7:05: a. m.
dislikes coming up. So, and pig tails I hear that Free- He's making; his prisoners live on Frazier of our room made the Just how little good a blackout I The initials AVG American Vol. ;

ere and now, we want to man had rummaged through his water and bread highest. does was shown at Marcus island, unteer 'group, or the "Tiger FUr'*
that Margie's likes are few And wishing every day that they of the United States, tin held the
chocolate mother's trunk for a pieces W. are glad that we won.Evelyn where a Bight of bombing plane ,
[ cake, wedding of his baby clothes to give him were dead.He's Griffin was sent over the Island with flare, spotlight of attention when it cam

r why?) the Harvard ac- an idea what he should wear Kid in his German lighting their objectives, and the to knocking out Japanese? plan_ ,

orses. train whistle, and Day. Well, all we can hope for Is mighty high now first few hit started such bug fire Their latest exploit bid been to

rthy. She doesn't like to see him In short pants and his power, his downfall at his Fourth Grade News that the other bombing flights needed fly over the main Jap airdrome la r
ado in But he'll have ,
Japan hats such
with
rainy Chlengmal. a
old straw hat on with a dirty fatal hour. Most of our students went to no flares.Shortly Thailand WILLIAM JACK
last
[study hall or cats She ,face. I hear that fried chicken the show last Friday afternoon. after the attack on Marcus perfectly: Umed offensive that they
blue men like Napoleon' were tUtuf-Umd ffttrmoth.i
as her favorite color Many able to shoot to pieces 4t I
will be the main dish. It seems They enjoyed it very much. started the radio station went oft the : were
il-clasalcal music ,Is the that a few -of the senior girls great at one time later to We are visiting Switzerland in air abruptly It had been struck bya enemy aircraft cm the ground be- after being organized in 1940 with
were
he
could listen to,all day and But they sooner or demolition bomb and shot Into the fore the Jap could get the motors
will have to don their aprons die without a dime. our Imagination. We have read $300: capital had furnished the natioo' ->
or tire of. warmed enough to get Into the air.
'cut and the chickens. YOU sky. brief scandal thena
fry stories looked at pictures and discussed readers a
i you step from B. H. S. at i boys ought to appreciate this He shouts at his soldiers for the their mode of living. NYA The victory like so many) bad sllver-Uned aftermath. I
of :
your glorious school home cooking. Jacqueline and Dot Russian defeat Peggy Lee Smith has Joined our it* tragic side, for the only plan Testimony before a congressionalInvesUgsung -
you may, be.sure that'the Argue lost to the Americans In this attack
rtshes 'can carve the chicken while Dar- But the poor devils fought with clasa She came from Columbus Senators committee revealed
th you of the Senior class 'rah and Margie can fry. That Is terrific heat. Ga. We are glad to have her. The press, plus Senators McKel- had brought death to the squadron that the concern distributed $090.000

for much happiness the set up, I think. We can Then it was winter bringing terrible Mrs. Hart, teacher. lar and Byrd, continued Its attacks leader, Jack Newkirk, of Scarsdal. to workers last Christmas, and that

pccena always. hardly wait to see how our dignified rains and snows, OD the NYA and the CCC. though N. Y.The. Jack's secretary was paid $39,354

girls will look that day. And the tanks were bogged and President Roosevelt laid that they pilots returning to their bas last year and $18.295 for the first ten
Grade News9D
ps i! The Juniors Get your cameras ready, kid the men all froze. Sixth both had their places In the war In Burma from the fray reported weeks of this year.
scheme and that he favored their that most of the Japanese pilot of
band had benefit dance of this Washington could'
a Some
The
ne day the terrible blast of the grounded plane were killed, *.
Just before Still through retention.The
lunch the other night and the attendance The 9-D had the pleasure of understand but,they questioned payment -
lighted Juniors raging snow storm. senators argued that the primary instead of seeking cover, they ran
and the lacking to a certain ex- hearing a talk from Mr. Williamsone to the company's comptroller
led seniors left was The men fought and fell while reason for the creation of the to their ships and tried to get them
their classes tent. I think the least we can do day last week. "How to Live a young man who cam to work i
;: to do somethingfor started. i
athcred In front of the Is to attend them and give our Hitler was Home. In Our Present Day World" was two agencies was Americans for $3.000 and 49 days later was r
House. Red Russians turned youth during the depression and The diving low. .
When the t
Whispers, rumors, take his bonus of $11,000, and a
support because It will quite subject. the at close I banded a r
planes
machine gunned
'Lid' of the unemployment years. They are not
guesses were running a bit of hard work to achieve the tide war Both ninth grades attended the destroying moat of them. : few weeks later given another $1,200 I
"the Hitler blamed his luck on Stalin'sfood needed now, they said.SAMPSON range,
crowd. ,
,Iffied They were this goal. BHS has never had a Florida Theatre last Friday; after bonus and a $1,200 salary raise. .

de when Junior presi real band with complete uniforms store. having bought a flT.SO Defense The partners came back from

t stack Andrews, appeared with when they have their complete He told uo to wait until the coming Bond enough money wa left from CITY 'Vanes Sunday.Mr. Washington, announced a voluntarycut
of small white the dues to the admission. and Mrs. Lester Blade. of to 8 cent and
peA, dress. Just think how proud you 'of spring pay lly Mn. H. F.. Jones of their profits per 'j t
Inside
Were those enve- will be next year If the band That he would get even If he had Hampton spent the week-end herewith that their own salaries would b*

1 precious little cards marches out on that football field to sting. Third Grade New 'Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Thomas and Mr. and Mrs. Charley McKlnney. cut to $15,000 a year each.

message that started the flashing u n I I- Ann, of I'alatka were .
'' dressed In those Now Hitler sees his destiny draw- daughter, Their employee welcomed their
start cheering for the Juniors. forms. Please help them all you Ing nearer every hour 3-D here recently \Isltlng Mrs. Josie Mr and Mrs. Doc Warren of return from Washington with loud i

and looking for your newt And his body shakes with fear to A Happy Thought W. Hall. Wild wood: were dinner guextn of cheer, and the banging of their

,Jr girls boys 1 ave your pen- can.The invitations were given outlast think of losing his power. Easter will soon be here,' Why, Mrs. E. N. Durkey and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs Lem Brown Sunday. tools on their benches when the part- j, '

Senior love corsages at Wednesday and it was quitea spring is here and we are glad. Jack Rose and two. little daughters Mrs. W H. Smith's mother and nets said the bonus. system to employee -

to be Banquets. surprise to the seniors because But the day will come to pass The animals are coming-out of' of Miami, and larence Jones brothers of Jacksonville we r e' for heavy production wouldbe

(us lower overlooked are the they had the Idea that they were When he'll be waiting his' turn their holes in the ground. of Fort Pierce have returned to visiting her Sunday. continued.FRIL .' *

I'D classmen who not going to be honored this year. To enter the "Gates of Hell- The birds are singing and mak- their home after a visit with their :Mr. and Mrs. Ira Wilson of

e8 Incited to serve. Their! for those Juniors in He deserves to burn. ing nests. The bunny rabbits will mother and grandmother, respectively Starke were visiting Mr. and Mrs.
are And hurrah '
d. 90 I to be--but that is' the matter of the dance! We are -Dorothy Grlffis. soon be here. Mrs 8. E. Jones. Charley McKinney Sunday. I ',i lbCEl.tANY : I
tell GeralJIne Shaw.TKAIV I :Mrs. Gilbert Brown was visitingher
dance after Fred W. Ellis of Gainesville
of the ulst a tdeeeep really going to have a I :
banquet Grade NewsIn friends here Wed mother at Lake Butler this j.
secret. However capable the banquet. Eighth SCHEDULE8outhboun4: was visiting week. CbwftClll The Chinese troops

and broad-sbouldered' elves The annuals are coming along are now nesday. and British troops, battling to hold
class
we
ri* miracles' in the Metho- nicely, and according to the annual FIrot-AId people. Mrs. Local due Starke 11:15: : p, M. Friends of Mrs W. H. Smith Mrs. E. L. Molpus of Ocala was a united front In North Burma, had
creatlon Hall staff they will be out by learning to bandage ., ., 9.24: A. 10(. will be glad to learn that she Is 1
between now .has given us several a, week-end guest of Miss Evelyn been at (least temporarily separated
e red letter dtly April 8th. April 1O. I hope they can col- Ingwalson on our good :Miami 10.43: P. )(. convalescing in her home here, Stump.Mr. by a lap spearhead drIve near s
nice compliments three weeks in St.
menu 'III 100 greenbacks Northbound after spending
other
simply lect the Toungpoo.New .
In make all the wild elegant.guesses present It to the Bradford County work. to.We appreciate us them to do, they bet- Local due Starke 6:2t P. ).(. Vincent'o Hospital, Jacksonville. and M-W: : H. Nollman, Tech: By: radio, a station

ant but don't think Telegraph and receive our an- seem encourage Jax & beyond due 6:21 P, M. Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Jones and Mrs. J. O. Dekle and Mln Catharine her picked up the report from Bcrlio '
you
t the right one. After the nuals In a mass. The deal will be ter work. out to Joyce Petersburg Va., &: Miss Mamie Hall attended the Nollman spent the week-end by a Japanese spokesman that j"Japan r

t the sWlrllnK of skirts soft closed then and there. What do Our sympathy grandmother goes Is 111 beyond due ____ 3:28: F. M. convention of the Christian I at St. Simon's Island, Ga., vUlt- may now be considered on
and the dim Ww Prevatt, whose Bell Churches at Theresa Sunday. Ing Mrs. Nollman's brother-in-law defensive."
lights top you think of it? hospital. We Starke and branch 101 the
C, CVening I wer In the in a Jacksonville she will get well soon. leaves 7 A. ).[. No.. 101 arrives Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Harper of and sister' ,Mr. and Mrs. T. W.

n. Club Building. Office 8 u p p uBradford hope that Dorothy Mott. 1SO: P. M. daily except Sunday. Hampton visited Mrs. Louis I .1) Oliver I

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FOUR BRADFORD COUNTY TRLEGRAPII. 9TARKIC FLORIDA FRlo.\,
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Miss Wear Writes Lyrics Two Hostesses FIHH WVAIU'E.AFL.< KUUIPMKNT within been ten clay- ,tt.r
.'J SOCIETY and CLUBS )1 opened and Hk
( Honor Mrs. Denton JVa.1 F'.. The raid ead
; i For Mummers' Show 1.0 I* P.W. Docket 8-219 the right to City"'''I ",sue t

AC Oberlin College With Shower Sealed bid for furnishing. and bids tier, In or r, a r ly,
InntMlllnw Fire Station and Kinilp- eat
Piano i Pupils: Crystal Shower Mrs. Green Hostess be- ment In and for the City of Starke Each bid mu.
Mien Katherine Ann Wear Mrs. Michael Denton, who by n
Florida., will he received' by the a C""hl..r', Krr
: 4'I Of Mrs. Edwards!' For Recent Bride ,At Lovely Tea daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bob fore her recent marriage was Pity Counrll at the City Offlcnn In check or bid b""h lei

: 1P' Heard In Recital Honoring Mrs. ThomsonMra Wear, Director ()f (YMCA) USO, Mlya Willie Mae Simon was the I'Htarke.. M, R.Florida S. T,, two until(2:00:one) K(1:00):M, bares Did! pas alto, I lho).,
Mra William Henry ThomsonJr. and a senior at Obetlin College, honor guest when Mrs. W. H. M. W. T.) on Wednesday: the 10thday bidder ,If awarded, ? Ii he+II'"t..

Y The piano pupils of Mrs. Will ., was honored Friday night of R. A. Green entertainedfor Ohio, has written lyrics for the Hart and Mrs Earl Searing en- and or place April all, bids 1942,received at, which will time be dar within day ten after no)L 'H"
.' EdWards were heard in a delightful '- last week when Mra. Charles H. Mrs. William Henry Thomson Mummers' show-an original annual tertained with a miscellaneous publicly ctfoen".edtoa read aloud ,given' of rush 't' r, nOli.

&' recital of varied numbers on Allen entertained at a crystal Jr., formerly Miss! Marjorie show. The half-hour broadcast shower at Mrs. Searing's home, General Condition, Form, Detail 01Pr"po..al. Wtarke I written, Florida contra., ,, ,,iV,1'anoMf'01. ,I
+ Stump at a lovely tea-shower on of the songs over the Mu- on Saturday morning at ten o'- Specifications Form of Con the accepted bill" ,
+ March 28, In shower for this popular bride> fnrmanc. "'"d arn
Bonds and
Thursday afternoon, tual network last tract and Drawings may bond I f.
Friday afternoon of last week, Broadcasting clock. .nl"r,,
lie examined, at the office City 01 :
of theCity Stll.rke
and The decorations In the living
A
the Baptist Church. large from four until six o'clock. week was interesting when they' The house was decorated with a Clerk of Starke' and treat percent rips-",UII'' lo ...
appreciative audience enjoyed the room and dining room were* a The living room of Mra Green's announced, "written by Katherine profusion of azaleas In various at the offices' of Charles: O'i.ILRI? .- price. 'fah
the following profusion of azalea The dining helmer at the Firm of Keynoldn., No bidder
by may
program presented home Ann Wear of Florida. Soon after the arrivalof : within
was profanely decorated Starke, shades. Itrewton Smith and Hill 8th within sixty ( .,h
c students: table was covered with a lace with white gladioli, yellow tulips, Miss Wear now has the lead as the guests the hostess served Floor, Florida National Bank BuildInn data ref for the(80))np dare"f" aI1t
centered low ,
Jackxonvllle Florida
cloth and by a ,
was and
Ann Moore Patsy Cox, Ada Edwards of azaleas whitetapera yellow and white snapdragons, Queen Elizabeth In Shaw's latest Coca-Colas and sandwiches and .cop lea thereof obtained upon payment DyClty: if Rhin: ,,h
.' ..its Dotty Sue Biggs, Helen arrangement ; and every appointment carried out play, "The Dark Lady of the Sonnets the favors were candy Easter of |IS 00 for each net. which
silver holders) added to Port
In payment will be refunded
Wh Itflt'ld. Gwendolyn Shu ford, the chosen colors of yellow and bunnies. The dining table was upon return l; ",
the general pleasing effect. At which will be given soon. of such set In good condition 4-3 2t 4-10 lay ckK
k'/eE/ Madge Brownleo, Jo Ann Dinkins, white. The guests were receivedin The latter part of April the Dramatic centered by a large Easter bunny ,
t end of the table was placedthe I -
1'' i Alvin Lewis, Maurice Edwards, one white brlde'a cake the living room and the recep- department of Oberlin College seated on a nest of eggs, whilea --

; j.,, Geraldine Cox. Jeanette Priest, large with a miniature bride popped and tion line included the hostess; gives '"Hld- ummer Night's pink parasol! shaded the bunny Please Bring Empty Tube When .
}oa f; Betty Hayetf, Elizabeth Cox Margaret and of hon Mra. Thomson, the bride, Mrs. Dream," and Katherine Ann is and from the parB.801'extended Pure
bridegroom as guest
; Monteltb, Barbara Moore, Wells Stump, an'aunt of ,the Cast for./the. part of Oberon, Kingof streamers that led to gifts hiddenIn Tooth Paste
or' the first slice was cut by Mrs. or Shaving
Pierce Lou Edwards, Cream
Wanda Thomson. The hostess, assistedby bride Miss Evelyn Stump, a slater the Fairies, the part heretofore various parts of the 'rooms.
Ernestine Moore, Gene Edwardu, of the bride.
Two contests were enjoyed and 0"0"
being played by a man.
Miss Evelyn Stump, served
fl and EasJey Shuford. During the afternoon as the the winners were 'Mr.. Grace
sherbet cake, and mints. Favors
were' old-fashioned !guests came they were Invited Divisional MeetingA Wainwright and Mrs. Arthur Mc- WE ARE COOPERATING 100 PERCENT WITH(

Vic ; Mrs. Canova Heard Mrs. Allen presented nosegays.to the into the dining room where tea Rae. The bride's gift from the .U. S. GOVERNMENT IN ITS EFFORT TO

In Piano Selections bride a large basket of crystal was being poured. The center of Divisional meeting of the hostess was a beautiful piece of CONSERVE TIN, FOR WAR PURPOSES
the table was lovely with a
t crys- Baptist Women's MissionaryUnion lingerie.
matching her selected pattern.
; At Tallahassee Tea tal epergne filled with cascading Guests Invited to be with
Present at ,this lovely affair besides will be held !in the StiukeChurch
w yellow tulips delphinium, lilies on Friday, April 10, be- Denton were :Miss Dorothy CARPENTER'SThe
the hostess and honor'gue.t,
't' Mra. L. A. Canova of Starke, Mrs'j
and fern. Tall white tapers pro- the born, :Miss Madge Middleton
talented pianist and for several were: Mrs. Wells Stump of New ginning at 10 o'clock in mflm- REXALL Store
a vided the The tea
candlelight.
York City Miss Evelyn Stump, ing. The New River Association Ruby Lilley, Mrs. Grace
member of the music
t t year a Mian Dorothy'Detovan. Mire Delia table was lavishly filled with is to be host on this occasion and wright, Mrs. R. F. Demorest, Mrs. I
of the Florida State College -
faculty
for Women, played three Rosenberg, Mrs. J. R. Wainwright I dainty sandwiches: tea biscuits, all members are urged to attend. Arthur McRae, Mr.. Kate Shep- I
bon-bons and small yellow and pard Mrs. Fait Brown Mrs. H. C.Rllcb .
r' Mrs. Charles Darby, Mrs.
piano selections at a tea given in
i Tallahassee last week by Mrs. James Lewis,' Mra. Glen Wood, white, cakes. Each guest was Lockler--Williams Mrs. Jake Roberts, Mrs. P. EASTER SPECIALSGuy's
I given a miniature bride and a L. Bridges), Mrs. W. P. Mundy,
.., + Spcssard L.'Holland for'members Miss Isabel Thomson, Mrs. E. L.I .
small corsage of fragrant"orange Charlie D. Lockler of Jr., Mrs. Ethel M. BlKffs Mrs.
;;bp of the Tallahassee Literary Club. Molpus 0 f Ocala Hiss Lucile Camp ,
At the time, Mra. Canova wan In Mitchell, Miss Abbie Harley, and blossoms. I Blandlng and Mine Juanita Wll George Anderson, Mrs. Warren E.
Tallahassee an the guest of her Mrs. E. L. Matthews'. Pouring tea during the afternoon (Hams of Starke were married !in Perkins, M l' s. Harry Houston, Market

gy'p "Inter. Mr George C. White were Mrs. O. L. Beasley, Lake Butler on Saturday, March Mrs. E. U Williams, Mrs. John
ro Mrs. Brownlee Honored Mrs. George B. Flynn and Mrs.' 21, by County Judge J. R. Town- Hall, Mrs. George Simon, Mrs.

Hollis Knight. Assisting the host send. E. L.. Matthews, Miss Evelyn PHONE 159
': 1 P : On Birthday AnniversaryMrs. ess were: Mrs. Luther G. Powell, Stump, Mrs. W. H. Perkins, Mrs.J. WE DELIVER

Mrs. Y. A. Harris, Mrs. Floyd McDonald and Mrs. M. Nichols.
l 11 Earl Holt Johnson gave* a Green, Mrs. W. B.. Mundy, Jr., aunt. ''Mrs. Wells' Stump of New I No..l ]10 Potty

I ,.'fI'II, buffet luncheon Saturday In hon- Mrs. Leslie A. Shepherd, Mra. York City, wore a black and Thede-Long ,IRISH POTATOES ______ 29.1
or of her mother, Mrs. J. M. Fannie Jones Misses Betty and white figured dress! trimmed witha .

,1" I.J Brownlee, who had reached 'another Carolyn Green. Throughout the beautiful clip. Miss Stump Marriage AnnouncedMrs. TOMATOES, No. 2 Can _. 1ft

;.I) birthday anniversary. This afternoon, soft music was fur- wore a powder blue tea gown,
pleasant affair was given at Mrs. nished by Mrs. Lw A. Canova and with beautiful rhinestone buttons F. H. Long announces the No. 2 1-2 Can, Halves

', lJ '\' Johnson's cottage o n Kingsley :Mrs. Hollis V. Knight. as the only decoration.The marriage of her daughter, Lois, TABLE PEACHES'1
Lake. to Mr. Richard R. ''I' be d e, on 1
t
bride
N1'!! Mrs. Green wore for the occasion -: received a handsome
,f The house was decorated with collection of silver and china of March 28, 1942. SALT
a long white waffle
; pique Package
} PHONOGRAPH Spring flowers, in pastel shades, dresa with a full skirt, and the her selected patterns, and the ;...-------___- ._ 1

and the luncheon was served buffet sleeves and back were of em- gift of the hostess was a silver W. S. C. S. Circles MILK Small 4 for
'\ tf j1 RECORDS style ''after which the guests broidery and lace. Mrs. Thomson BteaJe net.About ., ---------.16t I

9 r't} Large Assortment were seated at small tables centered wore a lovely blue moussellne dft 132 guests were Invitedto Circles of the Woman's Society I MILK Tall 2 for
:i 'I. by dainty wild flowers. sole of periwinkle blue with an be with Mrs. Thomson on this of Christian Service will meet --________ .17

{ Columbia Victor Each person present brought a embroidered waist. The bride's occasion. Monday afternoon, April Or at DUTCH'' CLEANSER 2 for
"t/ 1'" 'Okeh -' Bluebird present to the honor guest, who 3:30: o'clock. Circle Number One __ 1&!
J J. Decca is popular with many relativesand will meet with Mrs.' W. G. Halle
-
friends. In the Recreational
Building
f ;
f' lr, Large Selection of Circle Number Two with Miss MARKET SPECIALS

..,111\1" J II Classicals Populars Baptist CirclesThe Carolyn Call*street 1' ,) Three with Mrs. J. W Andrews, -
't I;; Mail Orders Given Circles 0 f the Baptist at her Kingsley Lake home. SWIFT'S PREMIUM DELICIOUS

Prompt Attention Women's Missionary Society will WESTERN
.'JWi.t : meet Monday afternoon, as follows Womans Club
I Well, folks The Blandlng portant part .'\
:
\ j
(r' No. 1-With Mrs. A. M. Darby. Center open In' was as gay an' The Woman's Club will meet Tender Hams Steaks and Roast
1ft' E. L. gala as might from
: 1 REAMS you expect, Ever notice the striking'reBem
; No. 2-With Mrs. W. J, Wednesday afternoon
Ep 8
1 the April ,
;'tt I! 319 W. University Ave. person. time the first soldier, Pat blance between V. W. (Coca Cola) with the I Half or Whole
program In charge of Round 35c & 39c I
Gallo
fr> I r GAINESVILLE arrived early in the after- Howard and film-star Fred Mac-
FLA. No. 3-With Mrs. Jesse New- Mrs. E. K. The
1 t Perryman. sub-
b noon, until the last merrymakers Murray? t 'Sremarkablel! Pound 39c
k some. (i checked out about 3 ? ject will be "Citizenship" and
m.b! I Spot tell. Florence n'Marc.us avem See Opal (May) Gomez in town hostesses for the afternoon will Loin 45c & 55c
for a few days, all dressed in ,
1 up be :
Brown : Mrs R. A. Green. chairman: ,
Luc lie
an Green
among a bright red coat '. .
? Hear she L
Mrs. L. .
A. ,Shepherd Mrs. R. 'J. Georgia Skinned
those loungln In ,the patio, en- ,
had a bit of bad luck jus' before
WHY WORRY ABOUT IT- Joyln' the music Ralph Rhodes leavln' Davis l\Irs..X Mayhew, Mrs. V.
h h c 4 r an' his jitterbug boy friends put. in a department Tampa store .Lost$25. But E. Howard and irrs., W. H. Hart. Tender H.ms Jucy Beef Roast

1 Protect your' car with Comprehensive and Collision on a great exhibition to the tune nhe'o. still smiling:! > How does -
of Clyde Gardner's swing I an' she do it? If you don't believe refused to let him In the house Pound 35c Pound 27c
ri u Insurance. We will gladly furnish you with details of sway Joe Hughes spotless !In Titus Olson Is a full-fledged when he returned home Monday

Automobile Insurance.CHARLEY white !dull an' black tie, graciously farmer, he'll proye.lt to you '. night after a round of fox huntln'with
officiating at his block-square bar Proudly exhibits' two grains of Melvin McKinney Seems Fresh PorkCountry -

'' I corn which he grew all by him- that Frank had undergone a dive

E. JOHNS, Agency self! Have you seen any of bomber. attack ))y one of those Hams Country Pork
119 East Call Street Starke, Florida The party In Gene Connell'g an those cute puzzles that Beryl Holland beautiful black an' white striped

13 Joe Arnold's offices upstairs was' collects? One's a plastic creatures. commonly known as
Telephone > sumpln to write home about bull on a chain .' It comes "skunks"! Incidentally,Frank Pound ;33c Any Cut

i .........ntlB.THE TRAVELERS Hartford Glimpsed Harry an' Nettle Tucker apart an' the fun cornea when was 47 years young Sunday and

; I among those dlppln' deep In the you try to put It together again about 30 relatives of the Johns COUNTRY
l jie L pickled pigs feet J. M. Al- Cone,, Cofeon an' Douglas tribes ROLL BUTTER, Lb. 33c|
3 varez break In' his habit of early- .. surprised him with a big 'birth
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m NOW OPENAS'A to-bed an' Jolnln in the festivities Main Drag Driblets: Freddie day dinner ,,. PALACE BACON, Lb. ______ 29t
.Kap Duncan, Harry Hous- Wlmberly's new tailored -

ton, Charlie Chapman, Pauline Ver' becomln "boy"coat Delia Everybody miss nl Peg Erskine
,' Luncheonette Torode Glen an' Martha Wood, Rosenberg brightenln' up the at the USO since she left Monday FREE COUPON

Dill an' Dot Powell also among landscape with j Hear,she had quite a .
'' a dazzlln' red party
> a' t! At The Park Theatre those doln' justice to''the lavish plaid suit. .' Ducky LJnsen's sign seeln' her off .f Corsage, candy

refreshments .- : Highlight of the at Koch's fountain: "We Have No an' everything Oh well all WITHEACH $2.50 ORDER WE WILL GIVE YOU|

ii TRY OUR TASTY evenn'! was. Berry Johns' melodious Coca Cola-Blame Hitler" ; good things* have to end-even COUPON. THIS COUPON AND 25c ENTITLES Tot

PIES, AND (and practically continuous) Seems they're rationing the syrup friendship. And this column TO A $2.75'PORTRAIT AT THE

SANDWICHESNO rendition of "Blueberry Hill"-his now ,. -. .-' Hitler better look out .,. Says your (modest) B'O N ART' S T U D 10new

favorite song All togetheran If he takes>away our Coca Carolyn.. _
evening long to te remembered
BEER Cola we're really gonna get mad I.
OR WINE SERVED and f 1111
a l n' opening forStarke's Rose
4 Goldberg, sparklin' bru-
newest and gayest night- nette secretary In' Frank Lan- 4J

"and-day spotIrianding I drum's law office .. .. Hiuhanri'a._ % deeir il glamour''
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a Blandlngite .'. Hear Bill Al- Sprinf Sigle!
1 Grill late at night, vans broke the pin ball machineat

I doesn'teem the same without Blending Grill tother night. .
Jack Walsh, the singing soldier, Sumpln' went wrong, an' kept In
around JAR MAN Shoes
Unnerstand he's off add in up to 77,000 every time
on a little trip for Uncle Sam but Bill had enuff free games
1 the sooner he comes back the bet to last him a lifetime : For
IL ter I'll like It When In a mel / 6.50

low mood. Jack bursts forth in Chaplain Faulconer writes that Men

STARKE FLA. song at the slightest provocationof he feels right at home In Brown- s J

jook organ music To hear wood, Texas, since he walked intoa
't him warble "Thte Love of Mine"is druggery an' found Hilda NO FADE SHIRTS
Sun., Mon., Tues.-April 5.,6, 7 to take a trip on the clouds Thompson an' Marian Bishop be- ,

"ROAD TO HAPPINESS" To hear him vocalize "StarDust" hind the same fountain, jus' like All Colors

With John Boles is to knock at the Pearly they were In Starker t Enjoyed -
Gates themselves .' Bet if Rebecca
they Rooks'
Also MARCH OF. TIME! (former Starke-
sent him to Australia 'he'd sing ite) performance in "Clarence", ., For Sport and Dress
those Japs into submission In presented by O'ville
high schoolat
',I Wed., Thun.-April 8, 9 DOUBLE FEATURE lets than a week an' win the war the USO Wednesday night The Shirt With''

(t No. 1-MAN AT LARGE"With single-handed! Biggest April Fool: somebody

; Marjorie Weaver, Ceo. Reeves Richard Derrfit' Seems with a haywire sensayuma writln The Guarantee .
April foot Day was "Fried Chicken" on the BHS

No. "FOUR JACKS AND A JILL" rather uneventful for everyone cafeteria menu Everybody all

$' With Ray Bolger, Ann' Shirley June Havoc, Deal Arnaz except members of the Rotary excited, an' then sittin down to
'a Also NEWS Club Hear when they ar- beef .tewr'! ': Look'Your Best,.3 taJ ter
rived at the luncheon spot, there : r

''all was no luncheon! No one Add Strange Coincidence c
v
Jr i 1 Fri., Sat.-April 10, 11 DOUBLE FEATURE! knows yet whether the caterer March 2ft seemed to be the most*! The Famous .

No. 1-"TOP SERGEANT MULLIGAN" was indulging !in a bit of April significant date In the life of

With Nat Pendleton Foolery, or just takln' a sudden. Louis Shafkln's brother Samuel, MIRROR I TEST SUITSIn
vacation 'TIs rumored that a. who died In New York. March
yMq No. 2-"RIDE ON VAQUERO" : certain aenlorette will soon tread ; 28 Their mother died on a

+' With Cesar Romero and Mary lleth Hughes the orange blossom path an* leave previous March 23 Samuel's ,New Spring 50 o
Alsor CARTOON & SERIAL us to reside In Alabammy daughter was born on March 26 19
Spotted three sweet young things His wife died on March 26 ,or prosy mil of Styles & Fabrics e
rushin' out 0(. the Fla. Thltter And hip nephew Spun Royo* Wad.... lin... A fotlilon ,_.
MIDNIGHT SHOW -. SATURDAY 11:30 P. M. Sunday afternoon was married eel fobrk for tprftig wid Winner will.
excited over a I on March 26! .
telegram from "Deep In the Heart I Eldridge Hear Mod with; whl thorktliln, dic.., and EVERYTHING FOR THE FAMILY AT
"SLEEPERS 'WEST" of Texas" Robinson (ex-Starkelte) attractive .ov.lty .bvttvm, Colon ......
firs With Lloyd Nolan, Lynn Bart, Mary Beth Hughes details Sorry I can't give Is a candidate for the Legislature I.iv.. Gram, Cop. .. Nary and lugaaa
any
of
Ala> SELECTED SHORTS the Richard Tbede- from Orange County Bud. 'nr..tiI.I?
Lois ALEXANDER'SSTARKE
Long merger Seems its ding young politician, eh what?
almost a military secret, or sum- .
F "4F pin Anyway, they're Mr. an' ,$7.95

Mrs. now an that's the most 1m- near,Fraak Cone's wife! almost FLORIDAPAGK
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.-- BITS of LOCAL NEWS MacArthur of the South Pacific War On Rats That is, there la always danger. land "

under special conditions ,lt
Will Be WagedTo
I may reach epidemic stages It I II I
Keen i was a visitor Mrs. L. D. Vining has returned Mrs. L. A. Canova spent' several Prevent Typhus spreads not only from the rat I i
,
from a visit with her
1'nt, Tuesday parents, days of last week In Tallahasseewith floa, but also from body lice. .
Mr. and Mrs. W. L.. Joiner In Atlanta her brother-in-law and sla' Dr Malcolm J. Ford, Director which thrives In the army when j

4 Huito Miss Garnlta Ga. ter. Mr. and Mrs. G C. White. :: of the! Bradford-Clay Health Unit, soldiers are not able to take baths

, 't'1I1ID1UHutto were ; has asked the cooperation of rvttl- often.
,rs m, Tampa. Harry DuVal, Jr., of Columbia, Mr. and Mrs. Murray Soloman : : : dents of Bradford Dr. Ford has arrived at a partial ..
: County in
S. C., win arrive today for a viol: and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Solomanand u ; preventing solution to this perplexing;
'" 3.. Green !Is spending with his cousin M i s a Lucile daughter, Ada, spent last the spread Tof typhus problem. C. L Chester, who has
s ;,eau Lawtey with Mr Mitchell. Week-end in Daytona Beach. fever which has alrendy gotten a hAd 20 years' experience In rat
Srelaon Green. foothold around Palatka and extermination had a conference
4 Mr. and Mrs W. C. Welles of v Louis Shafkln returned Monday Ocala. One death from the mal with Dr. Ford yesterday, and also
rnlce Opperman andes Jacksonville spent Sunday with morning from New York City ady baa been reported !In Clay with L. A. Canova chairman of
Opperman spent Mrs. Welles' parents Mr. and where he attended, the funeral of County with another member of the City Council. Mr. Canova
jackBonvllle.L Mrs. L. S. Hutto. his older; brother, Samuel Shaf t ;? the family prostrate with the gave his unqualified indorsementto
kin. disease. Up to the preaent time, Dr. Ford's request that Stark

t I Cleaning Ilea. .UoI Miss Sadie Prince of Bowling __ Dr. Ford stated yesterday, no cltlaena "give Mr. Chester :a
-Blandlng Green Mrs: case has been diagnosed In Bradford chance to reduce the rat population -,
fttt Starke Ky., was visiting her par- Sallie Tison who Is stay- ___
ents In Lake Butler and friendsIn Ing with her slater, Mrs. N. N. }t County. of the City." D. I. Sigman 1
Starke this week, Norton, In Tampa, was here this "Typhus in carried by the rat sanitary Inspector with the Unit.. .M o
C Huzen of Ft. Ben- week looking after property in flea" Dr. Ford said'and a short will also be glad to help and give '.I
terests. survey! of Starke reveal the fact any Information that he can, Dr.
1 arrived Tuesday night Leonard Klnchen of the U. S. '
that the Ford stated. ,
rat Infestation Is ,
furlough in Starke. Naval Reserve has returned to very "
Norfolk Va., after a abort leave Jimmy Sewell, who is a student high. Typhus fever la similar to "
at the that raging In the Gorman CARBON PAI'KO 1-2: :* 11.
University of Florida, army.
vita
of Stuart was spent relatives) here.
McGee
e and Mrs. A. spent the week-end here with his i he continued. "There It l Is epi- .8 1-8 :x IS: $3 per' ho -imAD-i* ,
,f Sheriff demic, while here it Is endemic. FOnD COUNTY TKLRGRAPII.
Monday. parent, Mr. and Mrs. W. B. i w
and family Miss Ida Ruth Aldridge of Sewell. I .. .
Hellbronn Springs Is now a full "
I Mrs. H. I* Hough andrs. time clerk at the Star Store, while i .'
Phillips were Miss Esther English and Miss Mr. and Mrs. Randolph Bores
T A.
r
Melrose Sunday after- Agnee Lewis both work there on of Jacksonville were guests Sun- Easter Candies And Gifts r" '
Saturdays. day of Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Bennett ;
and Mr. and Mrs. Stanley

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URANCE AN D.. BONDS Beautiful Cleaning, Beautiful .. KOCH :
Tailoring a t Starke Blooding :. :

Tailors. A !
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BOLD C. WALL AGENCY'Constant Mr. and Mrs. M. Mayhew and ,t ... '

daughter, Barbara Jean, spent last General DooglM MacArthur. whose heroic defense of the Philippine Whitman's and Hollingsworth Fine ':
t week in Arcadia transacting business and spectacular Bight through treacherous waters with his wile and 4- ., '
Service Over 50 Years and visiting friends and rel- year-old son stirred the Imagination of free peoples all over the world, Chocolates in Easter wrapped gift pack,1: ,'
[ atives. 'tae begun work In Australia on what may be the long awaited aUled
'Tensive In the South PacinG.Brooker. .
"
e Phone 146 Starke Mrs S. P.: Vandlvlere and son, ages. .' II j i

Stuart, of Tallahassee, are spend-
Stuffed Easter Rabbits I r
ing the week-end here with Mrs. Brevities .
Vandivlere'a mother, Mrs. G. W. ..
'-, Alderman o and various other'' novelties ; ;

By M.... Eldon Hardy business in Gainesville Monday.Mr. i

_____ Mrs. F. H. Long returned Mon- and Mrs. Dave Green and iJ
day afternoon from Jacksonville BRIDGE CLUB children attended the birthday '
\ "Nope It Isn't where she visited her daughters, Mrs. R. E. Hazen entertained dinner of Mrs D. J. O. Green in Have You Tried
Mrs. B. S. Carroll and Mrs. Rich members of the Ladles Bridge Lake Butler Sunday. a Cup of Our Maxwell House Coffee? i /

ard R. Thede. Club Thursday afternoon at her :Mm. C. Harrell and son, James, See Our New Specials in Cold Plate Lunches i r I
I home, where the rooms were
A New Suit" of Hampton were visiting Mrs. T.
Mrs. Fred Frances, Jr., ha. re- decorated with mixed wild flow- W. Markey Tuesday.Mr. Now Being: Featured At Our Fountain ;

turned to her home In Pulaskl era. and Mrs. O. W. Barry were I '.
x t t. "-But, It Sure Does Look Va., after a visit of three week Bridge was enjoyed until a visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Crews Fresh Strawberry Shortcake and Many Other << It'
'
late hour with Mrs. V. V. Hazen I'
with her Mr. and Mrs.E. .
,
parents in Jacksonville Tuesday.
making high and Mrs. Guy Har- Tempting Dishes are Featured This Week F i .
Like New I'll Admit! AU C. Priest. Mrs. Lee Green, Mrs. I. W. Pin-
rell low. holster and Rev. and Mrs. Luy- Fresh Juice r"r"I
Orange 5c
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I Did Was Send It To The Later In the evening Mrs. I I Ii
Mrs. T. J. Griffin was In Jack- horn attended the Union meetingin i
Hazen served her
guests pine-
sonville this week visiting her Ralford Saturday.The iI
,
Starke-Blanding Tailors. apple upside down cake and cof- I
daughter, Mrs. C. C. Mendoza, fee. next meeting of the Ladles J
LET US ALTER AND REFIT and In Ovedio visiting her sister, Sewing Club will be held Tues-
Mra E. L. Jordan. CHARLES DAIUIKLL.: LAYF1KLJ day, April 14, at Mrs. Ear 1
THOSE GARMENTS YOU'VE PUT Mr. and Mra. Charles Hershel Green's home ,I : '
IDE. WE ARE PROFESSIONAL TAILORSWE Mrs. Estelle Jamar Bird of Layfleld announce the arrival of Koch'sDrug Sf '

of Brown wood, Texas, whoRe bus. a son Charles Dnrrell Friday, BOBBY IIINTON HONORED I' i I
SPECIALIZE IN DRY band Is stationed at Camp Blan- March 13, in the Alnchua County Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Hinton en- ore. i : I
ding, is a new employe In the A Hospital. Mrs. LayfleM was Miss tertained at the home of Mra. T. ]
CLEANING FOR CIVILIANS & A Luncheonette. Doris Mott of Brooker. W. Markey Saturday afternoon c
with a birthday party given In ,
E.\UTIFUL WORK: 'AT PRE-WAR PRICES B. T. Poele and Joe Huddlestonewere CIIAHLEH IIKNUV HARRISON honor of her son, Bobby, who was :r r'l
Mr. and Mrs I. B. Harrison \ j
ED celebrating his ninth annlverHary. _. .. I.
PRINCE in Thonaaeville, Ga., Sunday. a
announce the arrival of a son, The living and dining rooms '!
Rufus Hutchlnga recently accepted -

irke Blanding Tailors company employment in Tampa.with a bottling Charles 22: in the Henry Alachua II, Sunday County, March Hoo- were and jasmine.decorated with honey suckle Easter BAG SALE! '; i

pltal. Mrs. Harrison was Miss The fun of the afternoon was
i I
ipposite Park Theatre Starke, Flo. Mrs. D. P. Carpenter returned I Estelle Spires of Lake ]miller. the egg hunt. Jack Hazen found] .....-,""'"'---

home Sunday night after spending SOCIETY: NOTES the prize egg.Delicious ".'"
refreshments of cake,
u week with her brotherinlawand Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Rahn and ? I
sister, Capt. and Mrs. T. T. daughter, Myrna Lou, of RuLford. lemonude, eggs, pickles and saltines 4 f
served the little
Long, at Fort Denning Ga. and Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Mott and were guests
Mrs. Hinton, assisted by Miss
by
NAT SEZ children of High Springs were
: Beautiful Cleaning, Beautiful visiting Mrs. Jim Mott Sunday.Mr. Martha Evelyn: Markey.

it They any that in the Spring% a Tailoring II t Btarke-BlanifilngTuUora. and Mrs. C C. Dees and hie Bobby friends.received many gifts from
children friend and
were visiting
young man's fancy lightly turnsf About 25 little guests enjoyedthe
relatives in Wauchula last week-
to thoughts of love. They never afternoon with him
Q Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Futch drove
:Y,' /J say what an old man's fancy I i to: Anniston Ala., last weekendto end.Mr.. and Mrs. Dock Thomas and
l tarn to during the same season. i take Mrs. Merrill Futch and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Thomas of : Mm. A. M. Mixon of the A & : I

The way I got it figured out lathis i young son Charles, to join Lt. I Jacksonville were visiting their 'A Luncheonette sustained a -I
e I Futch who l la stationed at Ft. 'mother Mra. Alice Thomas last broken arm Thursday night of ,
fellers with young'Ideas
old
some McClellan. Weekend.Mr. lost week.! She was at the homeof !'I 1 1I
may be exceptions bat for I and Mrs. T. W. Markey, her mother-in-law, Mrs. M. E. :I'I

moet of us. Spring la Just a reminder ; Dr. and Mrs. W. E. Middleton Mrs. Rosa Pinhototer and Mrs. Mixon, who was having a porch I I II
L. A. Brown were In Tampa Wed- screened in, when she fell on a : I
that It's) time to take off Miss Madge Middleton and Mrs. "
the B. L. Matthews were in Jacksonville nesday. Mrs. Brown remained fora pile of lumber and fractured a' : Patent! Calf! Doe-Sueda! !
longi Monday'afternoon attending visit with Mr. and, Mrs. Artford small bone In her right arm, Injured :,,1 I

he funeral 0 f Mra Mlddleton'a Brown and lion Buster. her right shoulder and Newest Costume Colors! : i
brother, R. C. Dowling. T. W. Markey waa transacting: severely; bruised her left arm. ..I ,


They've Got the OldSockaba 'Lamar Halle, Jr., and brother I Swing a bright bag for Eaater gaiety and "!! .

Wiley Halle of St. Petersburgwere chic! Choose it here! Stunning styles for every I
recent guests of their uncle
and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. W G.laile. costume in cyclamen chartreuse, fuchsia, Jap- ,: ,

The young men were en- Congratulationsto onica, navy, black 1 All smartly detailed, well))
k route to Parris Island, S. C., to fitted. ,
join the Navy.
-s: F FEaster
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., THESE Mr. and lira. W. H. Nollman Glove Sale!
had as recent guests Mra. J. O. I
Dekle, of Ocala; a son, Captain J.
O. Dekle, who has Just come to
Camp Blanding from Fort Bragg, BLANDING I Ie Ir
N. C.: and another son, Lt. Wallace -
Dekle, who 10 on his way to

SAoe4v Oklahoma.Mrs. CENTERAnd ?
3j
E. S, Matthews will arrive *yf
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:: .... today from Orlando where

: she ban spent the past two weeks ,
''Styled a step ahead of fashion... in theseasons with her daughter, Mrs. H. B. Best Of Luckto

most popular) patterm Try a pair McLendon. She will be accom- .
and you'll be sold on their comfort and panied by Mrs. McLendon and
daughter, Jeannette, who will
superior fitting qualities. Peters spend the week-end In Starke.
Shoe always give you more I

value for your money.. Mrs. J. H. Lord has as1 her I

more style.) .more com- r guests her brother, H. E. Billings, PRESIDENT GENE CONNELL Ij j;'
fort.,more wear. and his wife from Virginia :Minn.
Mr. Billings Is a theatrical man-
ager and Is on a. three-weeks' va- andSECRETARY Rayori'Suedea! Bengalenes!
cation. During' his vacation perIod -
ring Tips $4.50 they will also visit Mrs. Billing Colors to match your bag!

sight Tipspccasin ( 'f !!' relatives 1 n Little Rock, JOE ARNOLD

Types to ,ti:" Ark., and Houston( Texas. Expensive looking fabric gloves at a 'fit the

or Perforate W. S. Koch, stationed at Max- budget' price In colors dyed to match your bag ,
pa t
$6ERNBERG'S well Field Ala., 10 spending his exactly I Hand-sewn classics two color types

28-day furlough' visiting his father LouisW. fhortiea, novelties) I AU washable too! .
O and mother, !Mr. and Mrs.
Koch la Starke and friendsin GEORGE PAPPA'S
Arcadia. He entered the fly-
ing service January 13.
Tuesday Mr. and Mr,. L. W. Spaghetti House
Koch Mr. and Mrs.\ Paul Hudgins LEILA'S I Ji
and W. S. Koch visited Marine-
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land and the Azalea Gardens in

Palatka.

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*I SIX BRADFORD COUNTY TELo1tArn. 8T\RKE. FLORIDA FKTO.IY
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I' ; :.M 1. WITH OUR FARMERS I Brooker Finds That Elbow GreaseHelps' I For Every Regular Worker Purchase Will Be Of Asked Defense To Sil Boll=-



'*? -- Come True April 17-20 will start a red letter share-holder
) To Make Dreams m Ames:
.. \ O. C. Caaon who Jlvelt three I've grown very few since I've period in the history of Flor- to raise money

miles from Starke out on the old been working for myself One ida, for at an appointed hour be- purchase IhrouCh, *
1. .
Luke Butler road, week before reason is because I can't get any, By Red Kerce .. ginning early in the week of April of Ocfen* *

r last picked 4$ crates of straw help. I found out a long time t.:..: .: 'I 13. the greatest all-out effort on Stamps to help, lI1eelll t |
1 berries from his 10-acre "patch." ago that a man who doesn't have The plucky citizens of Brooker record will get under way in a war, the third !
of his had better got tired of waiting on the C. W. by tacojie- the thll.,....
for which he received from $4 1 any help own, voluntary pledge every Government ir
to $5 per crate. Let week he received -I let strawberries alone. It costs A., the P. W. A., and all the' r earning pitlzen to aid in financing Is taken out of lIIe ll-

the same price for 65 more than you make If you have other alphabetical agencies BO America's war cost by the systematiC consumer goods cOIDIiIt!

L1q 'I crates, he stated Saturday. to hire all your work done." now they're building their own and regular purchase of U. Ing Inflation and thel'ebJ I
center. And It's dol- bun
,
excessive rain has not Mr. Surrency raises I a few community S. Defense Bonds and Stamps cushion of
i1i "The do t avinM
e lars to doughnuts' they'll a t
hurt the berries much." he said. beans. squash, watermelons peas from past through the "Every American dividual when the.
bang-up Job, judging .
He sells) mos __ Canvaaa. ceases.
I "When you mulch them, the rain corn and peanuts. projects put over by residents of __
doesn't do much damage." he of his truck at the Farmers' :Mar- Bradford County's famous hog an' __ No worker will be overlooked.
explained. For the benefit of ket at Starke. "I haven't thought Systematically, in the cities and
section.
I any who do not understand the much about the election yet" be hominy This new farming addition to communitylife towns, and in the rural areas, an Spring Hats

i'r* proceed, be said that the straw I replied in answer to a query. "I at Brooker will be a building army of Minute Men and Women to

(i wao placed over the berry plants 'have too much work" out in the with an Interesting history, for will see that every Income .receiver Casual and

and the vines pulled up through field to think about. part of the lumber being used was id!! pledged to,Defense Bond Women

bt'? the straw. This process 1 a called Speaking of the weather Mr. salvaged from an old lodge hall and Stamp purchases on a regular hats with will be wearq
1p1 "Mulching," and keeps the berries said there had been too v basis. If their Itintictil
Surrency and part of it once stood in the .. v and continuing, you and
gabardine
a flfi off the wet ground and prevents much rain lately for the farmers. ancient school building where ... should be missed and want to aid lant brims Bit, MJ.

their rotting. rwe generally, have a .cold-spat many Brqpkerites' learned > their _. _,,__ -.-."- .. -.- ,"'_.1:...." .... your Government through regular emphaalzed.are teatured,
"I will have more and more along'' about Easter "time. 'Of, ab 'lI.' That It' will be*attractiveand pirrehi -8"airk'y ur"1oca1 De- quill trims. And there i

berries each week now. The season course, a fellow ,can't tell anything useful goes without saying, Community Center Building Now Under Way tense Savings' Committee for a

Fll is definitely on," be said. about It. But I don't think and can already be seen in the pledge blank. However, there II no h

"Each week now my output for we'll have any killing frost this accompanying photograph, taken cedure through which Brookerttes The same'old building, almost all And this money sO lent the government the new showings thit *

Rll the week before will be doubled spring." recently of the center In its early got a community ball, an interest- of it's original lumber is in the in time 'of war will go going to get down to ,

or trebled." stage of construction. lug piece of information about the new Brooker community house," I to' buy the food, the guns the types.. On the contrary M

"The local buyers at the far W. A. Dyal was born"and reared Popular SuggestionThe old Lodge hall was uncovered.It he said. ,. tank, the ships and planes, the demand for pretty. femliwj
hats
mers' Market will buy on until where he now lives on the land people of Brooker aren't seems that this la the third It;' la amazing bow .well lumber i ammunition and supplies, ahd to lag made lovely t t bj

s. about the second: week in May," of his father, O. W. Dyal."I the kind to sit back and "sleep time In it's 75 years of public cut back in those days stands up bridge the oceans so vital for the little charming flower trlmi, d

I. Mr. Canon stated; "but after that don't think any of us are through the whole show" and service that Masonic Lodge No. under the w eat b e r. The 8x8 support of our 'Army, Navy, bead, sailors will be, worn strain!

you can sell them Just as long as going to have anything to sell even though they're still wondering 9 has served a new generation. crafty hewn sills are as good as Marines, and Air Corps in the ers, as will the garnish* id

., : you can get them." this year. It rains too much!: we what became of that CWA- Many years ago when woodsmen they were 70-odd years ago.. The total war in which we .are engaged smartly veiled new c lJ
cant get anything up" he com promised community center way hewed sills and sleepers on same 21 sleepers, 2x10 inch floor against the Axis powers. pillbox;ljjs.1

Jam** IIornBby, who lives two mented. back> in the early 30's, they refuse which to pin the flooring, the old supporters, (all but one which has ,,Generally speaking the "Every A:vogue) for profuse (wjiJ I

miles out toward Camp Blanding "Most of my place Is under to waste time crying. over Pine Hill School house and LodgeNo. fallen prey to termites) are per- I American .Canvass. Pledge, campaign is predicted. Little vioktjj!

; on Road 48, said Saturday: "I water right now. I have been split milk. .. 9 w... built near the present fectly sound and are being used in Is aimed to reach every will IMt worn with matehitf.1of :

k helped set out. the first strawberry ditching my bean patch all morn- A plea to the Board of County Ralph Hazen place. There it construction of the center. person in America who earns an violets. Wide brims 31

that was planted I n Bradford Ing to run the water off. I planted Commissioners brought the served Its*useful purpose for Mr. Colson said that the "good income and to make of these Income with violet petals six) nf

County for the market at Lawtey. my beans twice. It rained so Brooker people a $$00 grant with many years to come. ladles" of the Woman's Club, earners stockholders in their lets will be made ol i

It bast probably been 50 years much that they were< all coveredup which to begin a community hall 1 The "big storm 'about 54 years Brooker Sewing Club and other government by their purchase of match hat and coriaji

: 'v't ago. This is the first year since, with dirt, and rotted. and G. W. Colson one of the ago blew the old school house. civic-minded citizens have pro- a share in America. .

; 4 that time that I have missed "Since March came in we've town's civic minded men, pavedthe and lodge to the ground and after' mised full support in furnishingthe ,Not ,only do they buy a share Designers Use PatrioL

growing berries." been having three big rains a way with a proposal for securing a short time the townspeople sal building. They will give community In. America, but the persons who '

,. Mr. Hornsby'is 73 years of age( week. I Imagine the fertilizer is the necessary lumber.He vaged the lumber and hauled it entertainments and playsto pledge their dime. and their dollars Red, White ml]

and now has no help, he aays. Hew I all washed away. I first plantedmy suggested that the old Pine into Brooker. With it they rebuilt raise finances with which to as much as they can afford A noted designer II fa

has two boys-'In the Army, and beans about March I, and Hill Lodge No.: 9 be torn down the school and lodge near buy the necessary equipment, he become the owners\ of the" safest slim dinner dresses i la .,

I can't afford to pay the wages they didn't even come up. I and all of the usable lumber consumed the site of the old Brooker school. said.The Investment 1n.tbe world' -securities red and white panels II.,

: that he now has to pay: to 'secure: 'planted' : Stat a''Treasury, From .another style 'emit]

,& help. "This WPA has-ruined'the' Weeks ago and they are 'just'noW community" center and a 'lodge others' arrived' at the conclusion is 24x43 feet and it-: is two backed by the government of the daytime dresses In white i

,. I farmer for labor. Wages are so coming up." tall combined.The that the Pine Hill landmark was storlea in height. One story will United States.' applique of red and bint I

4 high that he can't get help even suggestion struck a popular to serve a third worthy purpose be used by the lodge for regular The wide-spread objective of smart evening dress 'ii..

aVWKJWIJ: : if he could afford to pay for it. RISINGBy chord and the Idea was in the they went to a silent and faithfulold meetings and the other as a com the Treasury Department is threefold narrow skirt of navy tail I

I'm trying to farm the best I can. Mr,. James Norman bag unanimously. Right away the friend and community servant munity hall. A cooking and can- .. torso blouse top done b'tdl

': I've got a good place, but I don't By Mr*. James Norman building was razed and every -the Pine Hill School I and ning jcltchen will be built into the First, to make every citizen a bands of red white and ttt]

1 know ,what I'm, going to do for piece of timber salvaged that Masonic Lodge No. 9. west end of the lower story. -. -
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', ; help. I have 50 acres, but farm Little Judy Sapp of Lake But- could be used at all. Workmenare lie Remember When -Mrr Colson asked for some publicity "--h- '- "" """ "n.

4t only about 20 of it." ler is spending a while with her employed at a minimum salary Wallie Crews one of the section in the Telegraph "about our CONCRETED MATERIAL!

Mr. Hornsby had hla right arm sister, Mrs. James Norman.Mr. so as to make the funds reach old-timers, who Is now 60 entertainments when the time's

I' ii dislocated W e d n e sday of last and Mrs. James Norman ae far as possible.Thereby years of age. remembered way ripe." And folks with that sort

j ,. week, had Just been to a physician attended graduation exercises in Hang; a Tail back when. "Why yes, I went to of determination will get it and tIVE'Y A YS, SIDEWALKS

i ; to get it fixed up but still could Lake Butler Friday night. While investigating the pro- school at Pine Hill 54 years ago.! plenty of it, at that. BLOCKS, SAND, GRAVEL,
not use it. Mr. and Mrs. Robert' Ward of

Keystone Heights were visiting NEW' RIVERBy FLA. STATE FARM Wives To Bowl ALSO READY MIXED -CON-
J. II. Bnrrency farms 40 acres Mr. and Mrs. Henry Howard
of the large farm of his deceased Sunday afternoon.The Jennie Lee Lazenby Ily E. R. Bouvier CRETE.

father, R. W. Surrency; also five strawberries in this sec CHICKS! (CHICKS! IIRIDGK CLUB A bowling team is being or- .. II ... ..4 ,_ _,_._,
acres of his own at Graham, o. tion are ripening fast. We are all ganized at the YWCA-USO, and
: : stated Saturday. Mr. to have Just 1,000 baby chicks were Unloaded Mrs.. J. C. Wallace was Bridge all soldiers' wives are Invited to YOU
Surrency hoping LET
a good season at New River Pont office Club hostess US GIVE AN ESTIMATE ON:
born Thursday. Spring participate Mondays and Fridays
was and reared right around for gathering them.
Graham."I Mr. and Mrs. Bishop Thomasof Monday morning. Lacy Johns received flowers; calendulas sweet peas at.2 P. M.. Miss Sarah Reed, sec REPAIRS AND REMODELING
800 White Leghorns, M. I... and petunias were used In
don't ralpe pro- retary, stated Tuesday.A .
any strawberries, Brooker we revisiting Mrs. .
_
Johns 600 and C. B. Andrews rlOO.Sevel'al fusion In the a
living room and din-
he said. "I used to them Thomas' social hour held for
grow ; parents, Mr. and Mrs. was en-
people Including Calvin
when my' father was living; but Harry Lewis, recently. Ing room. Mrs. L. A. Wiggins listed men's wives '
McCord already have a large made high score while Mrs. J. O. !! Thursday at A. A.. ANN, IS

r I flock, started. Reddish Andrews Godwin Was bingo winner. Mrs.. 3:30: P. M., and Friday* at the General Contractor
I"( : Political Announcements anti others are expecting their Wallace served a salad course same time another such hour will -

'q t H." ", new chicks right away. Reddish! with Iced tea. be held for wives) of officers. I JIKlfflKgflSBflgiFttCC
","tit ,.. '.. Andrews and M. L. Johns have

FOIl HKPHKSKNTATIVM: flounce my Candidacy for election two new brooder houses made for Mrs. Irene B. Whitfield has v "orr
I hereby announce myself a can- to the Office of County Commissioner many new conveniences. Mr. cloned her home In Winter Park
dldata for Itepresentutlve to thnHtate District :::
Number Four
cub-
Legislature from Ilradford JoeL to the will of the Voters In Johns made his a two story log and Is here for a visit of indefinite -
County subject to the will of tha the Democratic Primaries In May. structure with glass windows in length with her eon and

,.F4 I May voters 6, In 1142.the.'if Democratic lofted.)I Primary|promls.: ., Rive If elected my bust I promise efforts to to continue the office.to both> compartments. This log daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. 'i'

faithfully. to make every effort toMo. The vote and active support of all house brooder Is celled and daubed Bryan Whitfield.
that Bradford
County and all voters' In the District will be
of It* cltlsena receive adequate preciated ap- with clay. The floor and founatlon R. L. Bristol has returned froma
.
lawmaklng-representation body.In this Important T. C Chaataln. are of cement. It Is short visit with Mrs.' Bristol in

Sincerely FOR COI7NTY! fOMMlSlOElLDiSTRICT electrically lighted!; and heated. Tallahassee.
J. 5'_. (_Jake: ) rtOBEHTS. I B Mr. Andrews. being off the R., E. Mrs Madge Bozarth Is spendinga '
hereby
FOB COUNTY COMMMSIONKItUlSTniCT for election announce to the office my of candidacy County A. line, will be unable to light few days with friends in Miami.
1 CommlsHlnnitr of District Five, New and heat his with electricity, but !IIf
I hereby announce mymtlf a River and, Brooker Precincts sub Mrs. L A. Shepherd has returned -
eandldata for the office of County ject to the will of .Democratic he was very successful last yearIn from Crescent City accompanied -
Commlieloner for District No. 1 voters In the ,
Primaries
In May. I raising a healthy flock of
I (lAWtey DI8trlctlc nubject to the tlve by her sister, Mrs.,O.
t_ I wfll dYetrt; electors of rll''NIe voters dl..af the district support, chicks with kerosene heating C. Richardson and 'children.
4 thIs Promising, If cl lected. promising If elected to continue to fac lilt Ie.. Both Lacy Johns and
t' tHat I will at all times work for give my beat efforts to the welfar. Mr and Mrs. Everette Robin
? the bait Inereet of my ulntrlct and of the C. E. Andrews are using electric
district and the County son were week-end visitors here.
l the county ... a whole. I will ap- at large. brooders this year.Mrs. ., Every Week
!
; Mrs. H. L Parker
; preciate your vote and support. .M. O. Harrell. their grandmother Vollarf
; 4. Sincerely: returned with them to
1'. T. Blackburn. ., J, L. Lavender and familyare
FOR SCHOOL BOARD now in Virginia where they Jacksonville for a visit of several )
FOR Olstrlet Na. 1 days with her brother. Elmer
COUNTY COMMISRIONRRDISTRICT I wish to announce my candidacy joined Mr. Lavender.
1 for election as a member of the Miss Livingston.Miss .
,1 Ida Merritt Is back hometo
take this
method of
announcln School
my candidacy for election to subject Board to the from will District of the voters No. 1 live and states that she Is Francine Fisher is expected 'tI tJ We want Victory slogaiurto feature in future'
tlM OffIce of County Commlmlonerof In the Democratic home Thursday to spend .
Primary .
May B
District Number 1, Lawtey Pr>- 1943. Due to the lateness of the available for private nursing the Easter holidays with her acTvertuements, and well fay f 10 every week for the
to tbs Democratic again. par
I4 "lJIctL.ubj.cl season and the scarcity of farm
: mtll May. I will Appreciate labor I will not be able to makea ents. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Fisher. bhtf we think best.
vota and support of the: personal canvass of the Several ladles of this vicinity
voters Mrs. Bruce
Norman and children
: qualified voters In my dlitrlot.. but If honored with election to this have accepted In the
positions You've
promlalnllr If elected to give my office I sincerely promise to work Catherine and Bruce, Jr., probably already thought of some, like _
beot services to my district, and for the best Interest of Camp; Blanding Laundry again.
all the
were Sunday guests of Mr. and
the .. "AXE THE AXIS"
County at lar. schools of llradford County. frv. Ethridge Caaoa is working ,
P. D. Reddish. Mrs. Morgan Rlcharde and Mrs. '
J.. H.
_____ MOORE there again. this time as' an assistant. Annie RULES l T1JN -rHn.HUN".
..Rlcharde. "
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FOR, COITNTY DtatrWf, COMMISSIONER No. :9' FOR District SCHOOL N.BOARD 1 .' Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kite and 1 It's'a lot of fun to dot! d

To The Ueaiocratlo Voters of. I hereby announce myself a can The Hill Billy program sponsored Miss Ruth Hershfleld pent Sun- \ You may tend in as many _

County bar 2, romprlMnur Commlealonor I'reclnct District Number Num.. didate the School for Board election from a. District member No.of by the school was a huge day in Jacksonville. Mrs. Kite entries each week as you want. Just send us your own .

Two I am taking this. method of an- I-awtey, subject to the will of the packed to capacity. Sandwichesand Ing of the ,
flouncing my candidacy for County voters In the Democratic primary Rationing Board. n ; by a label or reasonable
: CommlNHloner of District Number of May K. If elected. I promise. to drinks were pold. Lt. W. F. Lee of Camp Blan- simple, easy. rules. .
Two subject to your vote In the work for the best Interests. of all New River Is planning to work ding and Cordon Ala. : \ facsimile, from any size bottle /
visited old
Democratic Primaries In the schools In Bradford County ,
May. of Ale /
da JAX Beer Stout.
1 UellevInK that my exper Your vote and active support are o war building a communitycenter friends, Mr. and Mrs. R. P. MeLendon or /1/

city len from of eight 1933 years to 1940 IJ"m.Inclusiveuallfles rapa; respectfully solicited.LO11HNZO. D. GREEN.. In the near future.Mr. Sunday. 3 The slogan must be original r

ma for thl* Important cf- and Mrs. T. H. Sheppard L Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Williams of: with you. Any slogans; now ia
floe I am renpei-tfully soliciting;. roil SCHOOL DOtED recently enjoyed a week's visit Tallahassee are new residents of ,. ? will be _ _
your active support and vote. District No. 1 use rejected. ti
s1 If ''" edotl promise: to rive to I hereby announce myself a can- of their daughter-in-law Mrs., the Farm. Mr. Williams Is con- i* '
the paople the :district and the I illdate. of for re-election. as a men.hpl" .- Mike Sheppard of Miami. Theyare nected with the Identification De: Neatness and originality count; \P' 7
countv-at-larce the Hoard
fair and Impartial I of t'ubllo Instruc .
_rvlce. lion, District No. 1 (Lawtey and N. expecting their son Edwin partment.Mr. butnospccialcreditwillbcgiv-I (jtI; I

-U I* CONNER. Hlarka.qualified! ) Subject electors to In the the will Primary of the home soon to spend a few hours. and Mrs. J. C. Wallace, en to large or elaborate displays. I

FOR COUNTY ('C MMIH for be
4t ; iHMTiiurr a Plcda-lnir l In return the same ., are ft 111 leading'the Canuslaps I shopped and visited in Jacksonville tvce\ must I Lt

; .
I hereby announce my onncllducv courteous snrvlces I have rendered In musical postmarked/ no later than 12:00:
for re-elflotlon to the Office of r 'in the past your vote and support progress. Monday.Mrs. '
County CommlMdloner District will be highly appreciated. Mrs. Rhoda .. midnight April 3.
.. 2 Numb Dowling has returned P. D. Fancher, Mrs. M. E. i
r North Htarka IleHpcctfully.
"ct to the Democratic Precinct I'rimarlua nuoJ J. a (Buddie: ) NORMAN.. home from a month's via It Grlner and. Mrs. J. A. Bouvler: 6 All slogans become the propertyof I kZ4 I '
in May. with her two sons, Joe L. Dowlingand '
spent Friday afternoon the
shopping
I "licit the JAX Brewing Company,
vote and
of all of the qualified voters support In I FOR Dlslrlel!SCHOOL No.I1OAIII II Fonnle Crews of Live Oak. in Gainesville.Mrs. whether they win or not. s- i I
4 aid District promlnlnir If ei.wtnl| l I I wish to announce that Mr. and Mrs.. Reddish Andrews I J. Treadway returned I
i,' 1 to half continue of the district my best. and efforts. the County In be. he member a can of the Mnaril
at large. of Public In wero week-end<< visitors In will be awarded.
Jack-
day alter
struction from District 3. """, prl". spending six weeks with I
W.Mltcli Edwards. Ins namptnn, Qraham, Ilrooker sonville. Mr. and Mrs. Is''
J.lol. Bradley. 8 The decision of
1 and New nivor. If honored with The the judges .
FOR COI"VTY re-election I I farmers in our section are I Mr. and Mrs. J, L. Robinson
f'O"'JI'I"I.O'il.n' will continue to per. I is finaL II '
IUKTIIICT :1 form my duties In a bUsine..iike. .: reacting to this spring weather,, left Wed n eoday on a trip to IC ,
I wle" to announce my candi. manner and Rive my time and I The seeds 9 -
that The is '
dacy for election to the office of I 'ner"y to the further up-hiilldlnir were planted before Miami. contest open to every one ,
f r-oiinty rominlHHlnnvr of District I '>f our IIcl>o>ol... Your Vote and con.: the wet weather began were I Mrs. Robert S. Chapman has I over 21 years of age except _
Number Three, South Srnrka tlnued support will be all
clod. iiubliiet to tho will of I're-the 0 npprerlated.FOR c. EI1'Y'District rotted and now new ones are returned to'Tennessee to Join her employees of the JAX Brewing "\

.I4 4 7.? May.' In the I solicit pwmorrntlo I'rlmnrles SCHOOL 110 UtI>>> being planted by the acre. More husband, who boa Just been pro k Co., its advertising agency, 4
the
active
No. a la
Q port and the votn nf """nn-u I hereby announce myself A canJldnto cane being planted this yearn I moted to the rank of first lieu. and members of their families.
voj.rs In nnl.I district."u" for member of School Hoard I our vicinity than in the past ,r tenant. Mrs. Chapman Is residing t
n4a If elected. I prnmlKo to continue. 'nr )' I''ct'rnr' <"' comprii.Ing New! :ew years. :r t '
> Victory
to give mv hmt efforts to the In- River Ilrooker Graham and 1Iamp- gardens are at the old home of Mrs. L. F.
r 4 t..rH"t of PlBtrlct'' Three and the 'on. .bl".t to the Democratic pri :' everywhere. Kenneth Turner Chapman at Fairfield Tenn. J GETBUSYONYOURSLOGANHOW .
County at large. mary In May. As I have had four' planted 100 pound of fine Irish
ears I I Mrs. J, W. Hundley has re
J. experience
L. WTNN.FOR on the Hoard I I
feel mynelf. qualified to serve the I potatoes and every seed rotted. turned home from visiting and 't, Send your entries to Contest Judges, Bill'PAGE

;11. COV4I'YCOMMICCIOEfl iimriiic-r : people f elected! far twill better. than endeavor before to and do I Ethan Sapp'a 5 acres of Irish nursing her daughter. Mrs. Reese ;::9-(; P. O. Box No. 1772 Jacksonville,Florida

wi.i I, '1'.. the Vot.ru of Pnnnty ronimlsnloner 00.Will potatoes are growing nicely now I' Bradley, in Jacksonville for the
District, Number Four ind highly appreciate your vote despite the fact that some of past six weeks.
'
support.
"mprl..1I'. Ornhxm. H Tberessa Prsclncts: I hereby flhapeetflIvEDDIE, water several i Mr. and Mrs. .J. O. Caldwell are )1.
an-
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11'1 CIRCUIT' COURT BRADVO11D at Stark.. Florida,. this March Ith.,
cov'ury5 .L..D4. an! "HAl'. 1842. I
4IERY.iva <( A. J. Thomas
Lee Oodwln. "Plaintiff Va. lllrhard A. Clerk of saId tourt.:': 3-11
ft 4-3
thleen Norris Says : SIX 1893.ORDEn Uodwlo. Defendant Cape No. Atty8foJ'pif"0": :j Jacksonville', Fla. : .

OF PUBLICATION
L ANn NOTICK TO At'PKAIt 1'
: STATIC OP FLORIDA. to: Richard IN: CIRCUIT COURT. BRADFORD
Can Be GodwIn. Uoute No. 2, Blackahear Affairs .
o1 I Lore Dangerous Qeorirla. ( ICHY
INCHSERMON
_ You are required to appear on UxiViy IIfllfordr Plaintiffs VR. Joe .
Syndicate. Servic.J ..) 'April tth.. 1943. In the above named endant. ;""* No.
(Belt 1894 --
Court anil cauae wherein plaintiff
sacks divorce support Attorney OHDRR OP. PI'nLICATION 4enisehaste4s-
Peev eto. Bradford County Telegraph AND NOTICK TO APVKArl:
shall publish this Order In STATE 0.' *'L H1DA to Joe D.
nett four weekly laauea.Wltneaa Mllferd, whose residence Is Vn- -.---
my: hand and official seal known. I---1
It I You are required to appear on
REV. ROBERT H. HARPER at $tarke. Florida this March 9th., April Ith'i 11"'ln 1h.. above named I ,
I (OFFICIAI. NEAL> A. J. Thomas Court cause. wherein plaintiff
As Clerk of said Court. 3-13 4t 4-S spks ..Ivor..... Bradford County
_ V. K. Knowleo Jackaonvllle Flo. Telegraph shall publish this Order
.fr Atty. for Pit. In next four weekly I"....... -r
Chrltl and U/. After Death (Enter) Witness my hand and official seal
Le..on at ittarke, Forluathls March Ith", ,
for April 5: Mark 12: 242 7; IMS ?
I Corinthian IS: 50.58. .N rmri'rr' COURT. BRADFORD (OFJ'IAI.: SEAL' !: ) A. J. Thomas I Iio
COUNTY. FLOHIUAl>> l.M: CHAN.
Golden Text I CoHniAuru Aa Clerk of auld Court. 8-13 4t 4-1 \ _
: 15i 57. csity. H. Winjon \
Jam Jacksonvliu Fla. ,
4 ; d "Who" knows anything about va.Leroy Elisabeth Chancy Smith Johnson.Johnson Plaintiff De .Atty for Plf.IN I

I that? So somebody asked concerning fendant. Caae No. 1893. -
future life. Confucius con URI>EIt OF PUBLICATION .
\ I C1HCWMP COI'ltT. XIIADPOHII
ANn NOTICK TO APPEAR I
fessed
his Ignorance of life .
beyond
I KTATH OF FLORIDA to Elizabeth COtrSTY: FLOUIUAt IN ; : the grave. Happily we are not left Smith Johnson whose :address- dEny.Alice 'i '

_9 \ \\ j /* iYQ* to our own efforts to learn of eternal and residence. la Kouta N... S, Horence. Smith It. Smith Plaintiff v... Wd. .. ,, :, : ., _ '
Defendant. Cane No. 1899.'
I
life Carolina.
Houtn.
-it is revealed in the New :
( ORDKlt
OF PUBLICATION
_Q I Testament. You are required toappear on
p77 AND NOTICE TI> Al'I'EAH
April 6th. 1941. In the 'above named
The Sadducees tried to entangle<< Court ana cauaa j wherein plaintiff I STATE OF FLORIDA to: Ell

_ t : \ /v'l ) 7 Jesus with a subtle question. Heat seeks divorce and no other relief. Smith Klnnton.Whose North residence Carolina.Is; Route 4.
: Bradford County Telegraph ehallpubll.1
) : once disposed of them with a \ this Order In next four You are required to appear on
statement concerning spiritual rela. weekly Inauea.Wltneaa April 6th.. 1942. In the above) named

\ tionships beyond the grave. Then my hand and official seal Court seeks and divorce.cause,Bradford wherein plaintiff p ,

he declared that God is the God of at Htarke. Florida. this 7th.day of Telfirraph shall publish this County Order i

f the living and not of the dead. At March.( 1942.OFFICIAL.SEAL) A. J. ThomaaAM In next four weekly laauea..

the burning bush God spoke of being Clerk of said Court. S-18 4t 4-a Witness, mr.hand and official seal
''M the God of men long dead. This John J. llenderaon Emj.. Atty. for at 1941.Hiarke, this March 'th.,

-- bowed that they: were living still- plf. (OFFICIAL SEAL> A.
in the perfect life. ,- Aa Clerk of Mild ourt. ill 4t 4-8 Toasted Bunnies Parade for This Easter Dinner! ,

T ___ Paul writes of the certainty of IM: TilE COURT OK Tin COUNTY J.aonvllle 8. Harrison Fla. Atty.Jackaonvllle for Plf.IN ., Jack (See Recipes Below)
endless life and of its nature. It is JUIMJB. BH4I" >KOIII> TOVM: :' TV.
spiritual life. With spiritual bodies FLOKII1A. IK PHOUATH.

we shall be treed from the limitations In re Luther: Estate Ikowell of COUNTY.CIRCUIT FLOItlUAl COURT. DRAOFORIt IN CHANCKHY. Easter TimeAs Easter Dinner .

of time and sense. Some ministers l>eceaaed.TO .. 0
_ read with mournful accents.Paul's All ('redil.r's and Per_.. Hav James. .. Spencer Plaintiff ".. gay as red tulips with food M Fruit Cup with Mint Leaves .
lag ('''1_. .. Desds Agal.t Nellie II. Spencer Defendant Case
words. 0 death where is itselfis
SaM HXatei No. 1903. fresh and appealing as spring Leg of Lamb Roast with
thy sting?" They should'rather be You and each of you are hereby ORDER OF ptrnneATiON the Easter dinner menu I have Apricot Garnish ,
read in exultant tones as a cry of notified and required In present any AND NOTICE TO AIM'KAK for )
victory claims and demands which STATIC OF FIX>RIDA to: Nellie planned you Creamed Potatoes Green Peas t
through Him who has you. or1ul..urhalr
H. dpenrer. of 130 North Meadow today. It's simple .
either of have against' Cranberry Apple Salad
robbed !
death of its sting and ,
Street.: Watertown. New York.
the entate C. Powell, de- and economical .
stripped the grave of its power. r..aa<*d, late of said County to the You are required. to appear on Honey Rolls t'
Let us Indeed thank God "who County of Hradford County May 4th.. 1942. In the above named as Is in keeping Almond Ice Cream with :..
.Jtdtr.
giveth' u. the victory through our Florida. office In the court.house Court peeks and dlvoroe.cause,Bradford wherein plaintiff County with the times, I Caster Bunnies t

I Lord Jesus Christ" It Is more than Florida of the wlthl Raid. County e I it h t at calendar Stark.. Telegraph shall publlnh this Order but with spring Recipes Given ;

victory: over physical: death. With- month from the time of the first In next. four weekly Innuen.Wltnena like accents that _ r
out the hope of publication of this notlre. Ea..hclaim my hand and official seal \
overcoming stn
the fra
lurk In
at Htarke, Florida this March llth.. I and '
or demand shall be In writIng Grind apple
eternal life would be a -
greater tragedy
-. and shall state the place of 1942. arrontmInU.avea..prlne :
than eternal death. But eternal residence and office (OFFICIAL REAL) A.J.; Thomas orange leaving
address
life brings the blessed possibility of of the claimant pout add shall be sworn Aa. Clerk ..f said, Court. 3-13 41 4-3 : lamb green peas', crisp skins on. Combine -

moral resurrection to every: man. to by the claimant his or her F. O. Clark, Jackaonvllle, Florida.Atty. bright salad and In the distinctive cranberry:

''IU quit, changed when he returiMiL II. gripped my hwdj and taut U. So amid the constant wreckings of agent or attorney and any such for Plf, ice cream. sauce with fruits
claim or demand not ao flied shall D
ltd kill you now. There's* no moment when, I couldn't kill you. But I material things let us have the assurance be void. IN: CIRCUIT (COURT DR".)lI'Olin With Easter on the wing, winterIs and lemon Juice.
'U come back to me.1 that lives :John H. Powell and '
our are not being Luther O. Powell COUNTY PLOHIUAl IN CHAN; definitely: on the way: out, and Add to gelatin.
CKIIY.
vain here.
lived in
THLEEN NORRIS I Aa executors of the Last Will and Raymond W. flulnn. Plaintiff "'.. our thoughts naturally: turn to lighter Pour Into molds .
A REAL PROBLEMIt Testament of Luther C. Powell de- Lola 11.! Uulnn. Defendant. Cane No. foods and delicate, pastel table and chill until

_S is the story of An- : IN cmcrrr COITRT. I1UAUI"ORI c"a".d.Flret 1782. Bettings. For Easter brings out "
publication 3.20. 1942. ORDER OF PUBLICATIONAND :your firm. or pourinto a refrigeratortray
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it 'sometime considered COUNTY, FLOIlIUAl. IN: -la who is now 23, and CKHV. 3-iTO 4t ..10 NOTICK TO APPIBAR loveliest white cloths or pastel yel I : and cut In squares when ready

nts to be married this old-fashioned to talk' of protecting "- Wm. .T.Fields Fields. ,Defendant.Plaintiff. V"Case. Johnnln No.- ( STATE, whose OF FLORIDA residence to l:...Lola Route E.lulnn lows. As flowers Jonquils make aa i to serve. Serve on crisp lettuce

a .woman's "honor 8.C IN: CIRCUIT COURT. RHADPOHD No.6, Cordela It 0 ad. Hylveater Inexpensive but effective center with creamy: mayonnaise.:

-to the man who has but the fact remains that the 1938.ORDER f>V PUBLICATION .COUNTY FLOItlUAl I'* (:....*- ,Ueomla.' piece. Or, for something more dramatic Crusty: fragrant honey rolls area
CKRV.Jamen You are required to appear on
_r heart-and not onlyrt woman who sacrifices her STATE ANT NOTI'-B OF FIX)RID TO A APP to: }Johnnie JAlt ; Uempaey. Plaintiff v... Catherine May 4th.. 1941. .In the above named try: red tulips In the center of gracious addition to :your Easter I

but her mind andie honor. or whatever you chooseto C.known.Field, who.e renldence IM Un I 190N. Dempsey D.fendant. Case No. Court.seeks and divorce...au. ..Bradford wherein plaintiff County the bowl banked on all sides by white dinner. No need to worry: about I \

is nine years older call it, will sooner or later You are required to appear on'' ORDER OF PUBLICATIONANI Telegraph shall publlah this OrderIn snapdragons. food shortages when excellent rolls
be May 4th.. 1942 In the above named. ) NOTICE TO APPEAR next. four weekly !nauen.Wltnena Leg of Lamb Ro.... such as this are minus sugar and ,
-e, an army doctor sta- faced with a problem the Court and wherein plaintiff 8TATB! OF FLORIDA to: Cath- my hand and official Real 'I
cause L
cannot so easily dismiss. For ....ek.. divorce. Bradford County anne Dempaey whose residence la at Htarke, Florida this March 10th. The paper thin covering or "fell"on only: a small amount of tat and one
at one of bur midwest- Telegraph ahall publish tbla Orderin Unknown.You 1942. your leg of lamb does not affect egg. Rolled and cut to look like a I''

ts. It would be a finege instance there is Angela a next four. my weekly hand and iHHUen.Wltneaa official.. Real April llth.are, 1941 required:In: the 0..b."s;,.named on Aa(OFFICIAL Clerk of said SEAL Court.) A. fIr; It 43O. the flavoring of the cut and need not swirl these Honey: rolls may: be I I I ,

for Angela for he girl of 23. who wants! to marry at Htarke, Florida. this March 26th.. Court and cause, wherein plaintiffseeks A. Htrphena, Jacksonville Kla be removed until Just before serving. baked In buttered muffin tins, or '\ I'
for Plf.
Atty.
a doctor in his early thirties. 1942. dlvorre. Bradford County In fact when left 00, It keeps may: be shaped into cloverleafs. : ,
her deal int OFFICIAL. SEAl.) A.J.: Thomaa Telegraph shall publish this OrderIn I
ive a ( '
great Angela is going ahead with AH Clerk of acid. Court. 3-27 4t 4-17 next four weekly iHaueH.Wltneaa IN CIRCUIT COURT. DRAIIPORDCOUNTY. the roast in better shape cooks more Have them hot or cold as :you prefer :

and position that her her plans for a spring wedding O.Atty.A. for Stephana, Plf. Jackaonvllle Flit. at Htarke, my Florida hand, this and March official 13th.nenl FLORIDA) IN CHANCKHY. quickly and keeps the Juices well they're good both ways. :

life has not had.ore's but she is afraid of a 942. ;JImmie r.. McAMlater Plaintiff, va. within the meat. Honey: Rails. '
J. K. McAllister, Defendant. Caae 'I
OFFICIAL 8RAD A..J. Thomas
a cloud. The cloud is man who has returned to iv rinniiT C.C.OUHT BHAIIFOIIII Aa( Clerk of aiild Court. 3-SO 4t 4-10 No. Ill 5*. Mix Vi teaspoon salt Vi teaspoon 1 cop milk ''I. 'I'

.tend named Matt who was claim her. They were high COUNTY.CK.IIY.Henrietta; V1.OUII1AI. IN!! CI1A.N- Ralph C. Homuily, JackaunvllU Kla. ORDER NOTICE OF 'PtmMCATIONAND TO APPIIIAJtSTATE pepper 1 tablespoon dry: 'mustard 54 cap honey 'l" 'I l t
for Plf. '
boy friend when she was school sweethearts. Now Matt L. Commander. Plaintiff Atty. OF FLORIDA to: J. R. 3 tablespoons flour with V cup cold M cap fat l, I,

chool.! that vs. Luther R, Commander, Defen: McAllister care of H ar. and Roe- water. Spread this over the leg of 1 rake eomprrssed yeast softened ,itJIBADIIIOBD -
feels Angela has no rightto dant. Case No. 18.19.ORDKIl Luck Company, Wheeling West
1 was 17 and Matt two OF PURIFICATION IV' CIRCUIT; COURT. HRADFORDCOUNTY. Virginia. lamb. Roost uncovered in a moderately In M cop lukewarm water I I" I

dor I thought there was no- marry anyone .else. What AND NOTICH TO AFPKAH FI.OUIIlAl IN: <;...AN'EIIY. You are required to appear on : slow 32S-degree: > oven 30 to 1H teaspoons sail
should she do? LutherR. ( April Ith.. 1942, In the above namedCourt
STATE OF to
FLORIDA :
him. her letter saya.: "We Commander whose residence I. Ruby Orare Lanwford. Plaintiff, va.; : and rauae, wherein plaintiff: 35 minutes to the pound. Spread letgf

lly crazy about each other. Unknown. No.Roy 1920.F. Langford Defendant. Caae seeks divorce. Bradford County with currant Jelly: the last 20 min cups Boor :

a big powerful fellow who "My father Is dead and I dare May You 4th.are, 1942 required In the to above appear named on. OHHKR OF PimLICATION Telegraph next four shall weekly.publish Insuea.Wltnexa this. OrderIn utes. Baste meat every IS minutes. Scald milk add fat and honey. I

much older than he was. not frighten my mother with this Court and cause, wherein plaintiff STATE ANI> NOTK'B OP FLORIDA TO APPEAR to: itoy F. my hand and official seal Apricot Garnish. Add yeast, salt and :3 cups BOUT. ,

e was not a girl In school with terror for fear aeeka divorce. Ilrudford County at Htarke, Florida thin March 9th., Then add beaten : ,
but I am sick Telegraph Khali publlnh this Order ';,11:3: Dauphin Hlreet: 1942. Use canned halves of apricotsor
Id not have been thrilled to \ OFFICIAL SEAL: ) A.J.; Thomas and remain.derofilourto. i
he will keep his word. What can In next four weekly IHMUVR.WltneHH ( stewed halves, well chilled. Place egg
You are required to appear onJrtfti Aa. Clerk of said Court. '-13 4t 4-1
hand and official weal
in love with her. I do? I am going ahead with wed- my In' the above named of mint In the center
at Htarke. Florida this. March 25th., ; V. K. Knowles. Jacksonville Fla.' a nugget Jelly: I
Iked then about getting ding plans and bridesmaids' dresses, 1942. divorce.cauae Bradford wherein plaintiffaeeka Atty. for Plf. and serve around the leg of lamb form a soft dough. \

but my: mother told me but I am in a cold sweat when I As(OFFICIAL Clerk of SEAL said )Court.A.J.a-27; Thomas 4t 4.11, Telegraph shall publish. this County OrderIn IN CIRCUIT _COURT, BRADFORD roast.A Knead lightly un-1 I

our ages no affair could beat wake up at night, and any little O. A. Stephens Jackaonvllle, Klu. next four weekly hand and laguea.Wltneaa official. neal COUNTY' FLOItlUAl IN CHAN touch of red Is a hard color to til smooth. Let t

sound makes heart stop. Do Atty. for Pit.NOTICE. my CKIIY. resist especially If It's in rise twice then I '
my you at Htarke. Florida thIs March 17th. Eunice Kite ;Johnson Plaintiff, va. : a crispy '
to Mail's Cottare. think be will dare do it? I cannot 1942. Albert. A. Johnson Defendant. Case zestful salad as this one: form Into rolls. (
TO APPIOtR (OFFICIAL SEAL) A.J.: ThomaaAn No. 1895.) until I
and hi. brother had a little warn the police because then there TO: Henry H. Thomas whose Clerk of Raid Court. 3-20 4t 4-10 OHDER OF PUBLICATION Cranberry Apple Salad. Let rise I

n cottage on the college would be publicity; and If he knew realdence and address la care of Franofa:: M. ;Mclfalft pit.l4 Jackaonvllle AND NOTICE: TO AI'PKAR: (!Serves I) light Bake In a hot ((400-degree)*
and when his brother Merrltt-<"hapman.Ncott Company Florida.. Atty. for STATE OP FMJRIDA to: AlbertA. oven about 20 minutes. ,
was he
was
was being watched. or Battery Place, New York. N. Y.; or Johnson whose reildence la Un I package lemon gclatlai
sed to go there sometimes; warned. he might grow desperate. oare of Merrltt-Chapman-Hcott Com known. 1 cop boiling water Creamed Potatoes. i }
II Londonderry, Ireland; or care : CIRCUIT COURT. BRADFORD You required to on :
are appear
buy provisions at the pany. Method I. Peel new potatoes and \
"He Is quite changed from what of George Fuller Company New COUNTY FLORIDA I.N -Cllrry cook ourselves lit- he was, or not so much changed as York. N. T.: or P. O. Box 411. CRRY. and cause, hh..r'. plaintiff sauce wash thoroughly.: Cook them In boilIng -
rs and have great fun. I Palneavllle.. Oblo; Joaeph (Oulaeppe) Manno. Plaintiff. ..e..". divorce. Bradford County 1 water for 10 minutes. Add) .
and apple
worse than he was; angrier Rosa I'alumbo Manao Defen shah publlah this OrderIn
VN. Telccraph
TO A. Dobacha or Lily Dob.-
/t part of the time at borne harder. He gripped my bands and cha: Lily Thomaa whose residence and dant. Cane No. 1914. next four weekly l ues.Wltneaa U ora.oeI enough rich milk not quite enough\'
D seven miles and 411 Falnea- 6RDERiF PUBLICATION ] my hand and official seal 1 to covet and finish cooking potatoes
away: part said to me, 'I would kill :you now. address I. P. O. Box teaspoon lemna jalee. ,I
9th
Ohio AND NOTICE TO APPEAR at Htarke, Florida, this March '
me with my: aunt to town. There' no moment when 1 coul4n"kJU"au. vllle. ; STATE OF FLORIDA to: Rosa 1942' Dissolve the gelatin In boiling water Be careful not to. burn potatoes.
could manage a good deal mJ appearing; by sworn petition Falumbo Manno whose realdence: la' OFFICIAL BEAD: A. J. Thomas stirring often or cook In double boil
But I believe you'll comeback In the Circuit Court 6f Flor care of NIcolanKelo' Palumho, flan Aa Clerk of said Court 1-13 4t 4-3 and chill until thickened Cnub
> time without being ques"tuaUy. to me, and I'll wait until I'm ida. Eighth Judicial Circuit.. In and Felice Salvo. Province of Compobaaao. T. Frank. Landrum, Stark, Fla. cranberry sauce er. Add salt, pepper and butter totaste
for lIradford County. Florida, by Country of Italy. Atly. for Plf. \
sure you are double-crossing me. Marie A. Thomas In that certain _
You required to appear on
: on wherein are Method II. Boll new potatoes In
perhaps six or The letter ends with a wild apopeal oauae 'therein pending May 4th.. 1942. In the above named IN CIRCUIT ('nIThI". WHADfORDCOUNTY.
ccaslons I stayed: overnightwas Henry 8. Thomas la plaintiff and Court and raune, wherein plaintiff FLORIDA IN CHAN their Jackets. Cool and peel. Melt
: shall she run away: ? ShaM Marie A. Thomas J. dfenea"o1 that seeks divorce. liradford County ('1':11' Y. Lynn Says X .
In
tablespoons butter. blend :2 tablespoons
happy about aaldHenry
never : this. she hide? Shall she tell Jack of the residence' a Telegraph shall publlHh this Order Jack' L. ItodK-e, Plaintiff, va. MyrtlH -
it was' jot right, and I was I S. Thomas la care of Merrltt- In next four weekly IflBueH.Wltneaa .. Hodge, Dofendant. Caae No. flour and add 1 cup of
afraid his brother her danger? What shall she do? Chapman-Hcotl:! Company Battery my hand and official peal 189*. The Easter dinner I planned for milk.: Cook slowly stirring constantly
would re- N. Y. or care of
New York
Placo. ; at Htarke Florida this March 16th. ORDER OF PUBLICATION
pectcdly: and lose his re- Advised to Move. Merrltt-Chapman-S I cot t :.Company: ANn NOTICK: TO APPEAR you is economical but doubly: so : until thick. Add potatoes to this,
me. Londonderry, Ireland; or car ofOeorge :OFFICIAL SEAL) A. 3': Thomas STATE OF FLORIDA to: MyrtlaH because :you can make good use season, and heat through.
My answer went to her by airmail Fuller Company Now York Aa Clerk of aid Court. 3-20 4t 4-10 nil ire whose" residence' la Norfolk of the leftovers.
June Matt left college In his : days: ago and today she writes me N. Y.I| or P.- 0. Box 411 Falnesvlllft. Virginia. Easter dinner with the traditional
Ohio and It further appearingfrom Cut the 'remainder of the rout
ear ; You are required to appear on
and went to a lumber gratefully that she is following my: said aworn petition that the IV CIRCUIT COURT. )HRADFORDCO April III h.. 1942. In the above named off the bone grind it with a fine leg o' Iamb peas and mint Jellytouches
make enough money to get advice and that she hears that Matt realdenco and addresa of Lily A. NTV, FI.OHIMAI. IN (.'11114EItY. Court and cause., wherein plaintiff demands a distinctive and
grinder H onion the potatoes and
Dohxclm or Lily Dohacha Th..ma..nJ"'f'fJ (. fKfkm dlvorre. Bradford County
has left town.I la 411 Palneavllle mO : Warren It. Paaral. Plaintiff. va.Lii'y Telegraph shall. publish this Ord.r green peas. Place in a buttered at the same time a harmoniouslyflavored
correspondence languished with her appearing' midaworn : I'axcal. Defendant. Cane No. In neSt four weekly luaues.Wltnews dessert. Almond flavoringIs
advised ber'to
move dish bake until baated. Duringthe
I that the relief 191 .. nrriclal enl.I.t.
as lent to Central petition mv hand n>l
America; : mother to the aunt's home where sought therein la for an order setting ORDER ftV PITHLICATION Htarke, Florida thla March 9th., last seven minutes of baking perfect foil guaranteed to please
Cot by. I got the final ANn NOTICE TO APPKAR in thla quickly Ice
my: teacher's aside and vacating UU creamy, prepared
her mother was going to move any break whole on top of lamb
entered In that STATE OF FI.OIUDA to: LucyPaxrnl eggs
and enjoyed decree of divorce OFFICIAL SEAL A..1. Thomas No
I
: my work and way after the wedding. and by: all certain cauae therein pendingwherein whose rcnldenfe .Ia; Route Aa Clerk of sail Court. 3-13 4t 4-3 mixture an- serve as soon as ercam. sugar requirediAimond

Year I met Jack. We have means to notify the police. The Henry 8. Thomaa la plaintiff 8. Sehenertady. New. York. T. Frank T-andrurn. Btarke, Fla. eggs haver c..uked.It Ice Cream. :
ans made for and Marl A. Thomas la de- You are required to appear on Atty. for Plf.
'love a spring wed- chances are that Matt's threats fendant.IT May 4th.. 1942 In the above named you have Just a little of the (Serves OH )

Jack romantically, Idi- were only' threats only: the last IS THEREFORE ORDEREDthat Court and cause wherein plaintiff I.N: CIRCUIT COUIIT lUIADFOKD cranberry: apple salad left, cut it cup sweetened condensed milk r

but I hope sensibly: too; 1 I despairing gesture of a man who the : l'I'18hP: : : Thomas requiredto be I and Telegraph seeks. divorce.shall publish Bradford this County OrderIn dEItY.COUNTY, FLORIDA| IN CHAN Into small cubes and serve as a M cap water

Sine no life more gloriously : sees his girl won by: a better man. he appear I* to the said petition In next four weekly Immen.Wltneaa Paul'C.. flilcy. Plaintiff va. OladysBailey relish. For salad use leftover m' teaspoons almond extract
g than that of being my: well the office of the Clerk of the Circuit my hand. and official neat Defendant Cam* No. 1219. from the roast garnishand 1 cap whipping cream
'I wite. : But even so it Is just as not for Bradford County at Htarke, Florida.. this March 16th. ORDER OP PUBLICATION apricots
to risk anything.The Court Starka Monday April! AND NOTICE TO APPK >( fill the center with cream H nip Orjely: shredded almonds .
on ,
Florida In
the problem Is that Matted ; e. 1942, either In person or oy attorney (OFFICIAL SEAL) A.J.: ThomaaAa STATE OP" FIX1RIDA. tn' Oladyanalley cheese and nuts and serve In let- Mix sweetened condensed milk ,
consists beside of paid Court. 3-20 4t 4-10 IS Street Wlnchen-
aunt's family make such Clerk Poplar .
to town. and whether and thereafter H. II. Wilson. Jackaonvllle, Fla. don. Mass. tuce cups with your favorite water and] almond flavoring. ChilL
III -
desire auiTiu'
I
bachelor sons he
of two ; defemie a. may
InC for herself Atty. for Pit. required to appear on cuitard-Ilke consistency
me died out or not with law. You ara dresilng. Whip cream to
the I a much harder group to scare than cO ORDERED that. April 6th., 1942. In the above named.
blazing and fold into chilled mixture.
point nowH. and wherein plaintiff If you have a few leftover !green
Court
I cause,
that> are two lone women. And more than the paid Lily A. pobecha or Lily TO WHO'IT 1W4Y CONCKRNl
I am Bmdford. CountyTelegraph Freeze In unit until halt I
promised to hIm. be and aha la all seeks divorce. peas fr>m dinner loss them together a freezing
Dobacba Thomaa This la to notify parties con.
checked this Order
t we never ended that enIn that the police instantly: on I I herein and hereby required to appear corned that I will on the list day In next four shall weekly publish lasnea.Wltneaa with a few carrots shredded frozen. Scrape from tray and beat

and that l cannot In honor Matt and temporarily placed a to the mid Clerk petition of the Circuit In the of April 1942. make: application Bradford to mr hand anil official seal| for a change. You can cream unUI smooth but net melted. Add almonds. ,.
the neighborhood office of the to the Judge of II
in
March 9th.,
Jack. guard inconspicuously Court for Bradford County Flor. County. Florr.i.. to aril the Undivided at OFFICIAL Htarke. .Florida SEAL, this A. J. ThomaaAa theie or mix them with a few II Replace la freezing unit until
of the apartment bouse. Monday. April 6. of the
Violent Type. Ida. In Stark. on one-fifth interest 3942. bits of crumbled bacon. For variation frozen.
So the probability is that Angela I Ia 10 1842 either In person or by attor. minor. Birt' nndn1n to the Clerk of paid Court. 3-13 41 f-'
would be merely: silly II it safe ney. and thereafter make such defense .. following I .oJ.r: \ Bradford T. Frank Ijindrum, Starke Fla. you might try; a few tiny I For the Easter bunnies you may:
t that he an "W and few weeks will feel herself aa ahe may desire In County, Fla. to-wit Atty. for Pit. boiled onions with the leftover use day-old sliced! white bread. Cut

type. His ;brother told me in her new borne with a husband to cordance IT .a FURTHER with law.ORDERED that One-fifth to BBM of undivided NJo ".,. alxo.interest 4 acre In and on tut CIRCUIT COUBT._ BRADFORDCOUNTY. peas to make enough for a vegetable I the bread with a bunny-shaped cookie -

at their father killed himself protect ber. the Clerk of the Circuit Court In East aide of HWM of NE'.. all In FI.04UUAI IN (IIA\!!- dish. eutter. Spread all sides of the

ti.5 mother In But when it has involved intimacies and for Bradford. County. Florida SectIon 31. Twp. 7 t:), K. :22 Eaat CElL; : y Rolls though leftover go over cutouts with sweetened condensedmilk
a Jealous raare. shall mall a copy of this notice by containing 44 ac,... more or !.... B.' Tokay Plaintiff "'..
Mary ,
for Matt and we had ter- the exchanging of passionate United mates mall with postage Maggie Lester, formerly. Joseph V. Tokay Defendant. Case well even the next day. You can then roll In dry., shredded coconut I

teFJiew He threatened to notes signed "your adoring bus- prepaid to said Henry H.Lily Thornaaand bobacha Maggie Blrt W'llil&msguaidian.. N' 1901. slice toast and butter them. It broken fine. Brown under
tAlA.! Dobacha or 3-20 4t 4.10 p.mL'"ATIONANn
: OF
everything to Jacks who has band." ":Jour crazy: little loving Thomas at each of the above. OltDER NOTICE: TO APPEAR you like them whole simply put broiler at low heat watching very

to his Ptfc T could ua wife" the buying of groceries and addresses within this order ten days the after date theentry of IN CIRCUIT (COURT BRADFORD STATE OF FI/ORIDA to: JosephV. In a covered casserole with a few carefully. or toast over coals If :yo. 4

Iy that Jack >knew of It, and cooking them In a tiny: cabin. and such mailing of to be noted on the COUNTY.. FLOHIUAl I.N:' C1IANIthfrS 10. Tokay 14th. Avenue whose, Whlteatone resblencM. la,Long 142- drops of water and allow a few prefer' by. placing the bunnies on a

d that mJ: foolishness a. a especially when the girl bas given lSo fr'lS ORDERED that 8ande,.., Plaintiff. .... JabeSandere. Island. New York New York. mlnuMs to heat through- fork. These taste like coconut frosted
II of her FURTHER n..fen".nt Case No. 1900. You are required to appear on Dessert? This Is easy. Spoonthe food.
would : angel
proof .
not affect his love the man the supreme thla Notice to Appear be publishedonce OF PUBLICATION April ith.. 1941. In the above Fi..... ,1e..urt
!ect for me today. lev* and trust then there Is a bond e..h week for Bradford four eenierutlve County ORDER AND NOTICE: TO APPEAR and cause, wherein plaintiff Ice cream on vanilla wafers //'you would hue ..per' ajvie oojroar
Matt w.eke In the Jabe I ..."... dlvor-e. Bradford CountyTelegraph with another wafer more Ice
broken.We STATE OF FLORIDA to: top end hiHtinolJ
swore that J would that Isn't easily TeKirrapb. newspaper. publlahedIn shall publish this Order cooking problems.wru. J
ve to be Jack' wlte., that J bear a good deal in these days: Bradford Count Florida.Cham- Sander known.1, whose realdence la Un- I In next four weekly issWs.Witness cream until all Is used. ChIU for <. Lynn (:.h.", &.,.. WttttrnVww/ -
Pon DONE: AND ORDERED in required to on I my hand and official seal an hour or so and serve sliced Union, 310 South Dnplainn S .
myself appear
to this4th You are paper -
him and bell about the unimportance of a woman's hers at nalneavllle. Florida In the above named I at Htarke.. ..Florida this March. 9fh., If IU. /'{ nrbaa
> him of March A. D. U42. April ith., 1942. with'a dab of whipped cream Citwga. *- tuunpud.oat .
bndy day
IInl'l so.,1. and honor. 'She doesn't harm anyone Z. ..tdklns, Court and cause, wherein plaintiff OFFICIAL .. fr. l mvloptor
... A. ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas desired. / < sM< your itsiy.
... Bradford County
.k. divorce.
herself. the girls srrue.( JudH.Adklna I 3-11 ft 4-1
but shall publish this Order Am Clerk of cud Court. (BjMaed 'by Wsstera Newspaper Ualoavl
t '. ?.>., ,1' business.. Amow, OalnwavllU. FlorIda Telegraph IB next four weekly laauee. Ram n. Wilson JtckaoDvllle.:. ria.I .

Attorneys for Petitioner. It ,.J Witness my hand and official seal I Atty. for Pit. r rU



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visitor i to ,..,.
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I and Influence Peoplca"TIIE : Monday
.f i DON ROBINSON :Mr. and Mrs EuCllit
and children
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YOUTH comfort Mrs. F. M. Normon j

Before the war started one of WOMAN OVER 40 ,. Mr. and Mrs. N r. k
the favorite subjects of discussion daughters Velma and r

x /.y, was whether the ;young men of this Here are six'valuable suggestions for the woman over shopping in JIICk.'IOJn!
country were too soft to make good day evening.Mr. .
1 I soldiers. 40. These suggestions grew out of years of study by an and
Mrs.
} J.
a Perhaps we have not been In the expert in a field where many women are employed; the little daughter, W.
war lone enough ;yet to have thoroughly department stores. somrtlle hrarlYl1lc
tested the toughness of all and Mr.
our young men but we have already Gladys Chase .Gilmore who rose from a humble as- of Lake Butler, wore, LeII1i..
had plenty of examples: sistant in one store to an office of her own sells her adviceto and Mrs. Levy Norm
r' fortitude and heroic action to prove department stores from coast to coast. Ily Sunday afteroooT..

4 that at least some of them'are Mrs. Gilmore says that when women over 40 who have Mr. and Mrs. Frank

much-tooted made of the ancestors.same fiber as their Fraocla B. Sayre. O. 8. Ugh commissioner never had any business experience suddenly find them- and daughter, Barbara)
who
to the Philippines and
Last week a young soldier' who arrived In Washington after escaping selves feeling the necessity of earning a living, they' should and Mrs.Mrs.Russell Nol'lllal!
has been in camp for several from besieged B.t..., present begin with self analysis. Ellery Sapp 11II
months visited my home for the the President with a sword. taken "You must be prepared," she says to those women "to at all attended the ,,?,?,,
week-end. He had from .Hellbronn
a
come from dead general en Spr,
a Japanese lo
l farm in Texas and Is now being given the Bataaa front. The sword. wee s find a job increasingly hard to hold after the fateful age of church Sunday 0 |
., old of American vintage started
A caravan caiman captured or
' i fiem PltUfleld. III...., bound for Boston Common, for the purpose of a thorough training course' in gift from General Ha Artbur. forty. Face facts; prepare for them; and you'll be doubly Clyde Manning and tJ
aviation mechanic
national defense. Other Massachusetts cities and town will add to the armed. Here are some suggestions: ]ydle. of Vanderbilt al
caravan as It ....8. Most of the guns are relics of tbe Civil war, moved The whole army life to him was a THERESSA 1. No matter how secure you think your job some ping in Jacksonville Sat* i

HC3'77P' .t tt V1 s ; brM from their cannon resting to a>place.team of Shewn oxen above ready are to Legionnaires Join the caravan hitching to Boston.an old thusia wonderful.tlc over opportunity.the training He was be was en- By Mrs. II. D. May day you will be let out. This is inevitable. :Make plans for Mr. and Mrs. Enoch fcl*

t -. getting-a course which would: have Mrs. 'D. W. :Moore la visitingher this day. Consider conducting a small business of your family were guests of*!

Comes Here in Interest of Australia ordinary cost him times thousands and here of dollars the army in son in Belle-Glade for a few own. You can thus capitalize on your years of experience; noon.Mrs. .Ury Red Jsh Sundq

was paying; him to take it. He felt days.Mra. you can think of yourself as having taken a training course Wesley Loyless CbJ
better than he had ever felt in his J. 1. Z lgler and daughter and been paid for it. You will have added responsibility; fling of Jacksonville and 1
life. The food "swell" the and little i I did when WIlt
was Mrs. Rhoda Dampier and you'll probably work harder than you ever ing Mr. and Mrs.
boys he was meeting were real son left last week for an extended you had a pay envelope; but you will have other things to and family ClYde
friends the physical exercise was Sunday.
; visit with relatives in Miami. make for this. You No fire
making a new man out of him. up are independent. one can
Mrs. John Jordan and childrenof
OPPORTUNITY. complaints Hillcreat were visiting relatives you. Building Permits
2. If you are over forty and have never worked in a
VVhfle this young coldier was visiting here Friday. office will find it difficult to E. Lawson, March
m
me, his buddy, who attendedthe Willis Swindell of Palatka was store or an you very get a posi add three
same training school and was the weekend guest of his parents tion. If you can't find a job, why not think of going into residence rooms to hlil iL
living the same life, was visiting Swin- business for yourself? on lot 4. bl
Mr. and Mrs S. R. the Livingston Trubyiftl
at the home of a friend of mine.
3. Analyze your aptitudes. Do you like people, or things? ditlon to Starke
After the soldiers had left we dell.Mr. ; Mm t|
checked notes. and Mra. Lem Sibley of In other words should you seek work which will bring you Torode 'Jr., :March 25,, |

Their soldier had come .from a Putnam,.Hall attended services at in contact with people or should, you work at something., put in two screened pih,
city. His folks were well oft and the Christian Church here Sun- where your success does not depend on getting along with her residence on SouU
0 his life had been an easy one. He day.A. others. Obe F. Hall, contractor al
'c objected to being pushed througha large crowd attended servicesat 4. Have sales ? Then look for Guilda Thede Baggett
b course in six months which oughtto you ability something you KIT
the
idt' y .y take two years. The work was Christian church Sunday. can sell. Try to find a person or firm, which has the kind $3,100 to build 2-etory .

114'' ( ri, too bard. The food was terrible. Grlffia Services and were Mrs.opened Andrews by J.and D. of work you understand and undertake to build up your residence 30x24 near tilt J
section of
The sleeping accommodations Church
were andWu
department on a percentage basis. Don't ask for a salary.
crowded and uncomfortable. He were closed by Rev. Ensign of for Corporal Grady B. I
wanted them to write to the govern Gainesville. Then you will not have the average employee problem.

ment and complain about conditions Mr. and :Mrs. L. J. Kite of 5. Watch your personal appearance. Some women ,BUS SCHEDUI

t rw This photo shows Dr. Herbert Vere Evatt (left) being greeted by. at the camp. Starke attended services here after 40, forget there is such a thing as a mirror. They do Leave Rlarka WerUboojn".. |nlHtarka
Undersecretary. of State Sumner Welles and Australian Minister Klch- But the soldier who was doing all Sunday.Mr. as they "always have done" and hate to change even their Leave _. ._-_. ml
i'i aid O. Casey at the Washington airport. Dr. Evan who Is the Australian of the objecting was getting excel and Mrs. Carl Wynn of hair-do. Leave Leave Starke Stark ., ... IN DIJ
II minister for external affairs, conferred with President Roosevelt lent marks in his courses was I
l sod other high government officials. Minister Casey has been appointed working hard at them in spite of his Hampton[ attended services at the 6. If you apply for a job. face it squarely. Try to sell Leave Leave Starke Starke .... _... |In mj: 1
to Cairo a minister to the war cabinet la the Middle East. objections-and when it came to the Christian church Sunday after- your experience. Accent that. And don't, for goodness Leave Starke .. _. IslHtarke
Leave .__..
.laphe too was just counting the IIill
noon.W. sakes! tell a prospective employer that need the job.. Leave ___
Starke
l" days until he could get his hands on S. Sibley Mrs.. J. P. DickInson you : .u. ?Dllanubbud
Oldest Soldier them.It and little daughter Grace He will be thinking of himself and his own needs; fit yourself Leave Starke ... uJKtarke
is natural with a group of were visiting in Earlton Beach into that. Go'to your interview with confidence. Tell Leave It Ml
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boys who have been
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v totally different circumstances, Lt9SLV9'Leave'' Starke .. IU'
his
increase business.
i that some find it a lot more difficult Mrs.\ Lydia Hall and daughter Starke n'_'_'" Ill
r than others to cope with the Mrs. L. G. Johns Sr., and little Ka.lbooidStarke
v army; life. As in the last war, eon, Grady were shopping In Starke where they attended the NOTICETo Leave _.. In IHj
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v lr there will' { be some who will find Starke Wednesday.Mr. funeral of their' relative, G. C. whom it may concern: Leave Starke ...__ l III l
things to object to wherever they and Mrs. H. D. entertained Goodman.Mr. Leave Starke I IN
May -
turn and others will consider it all I'' will not be responsible for a-users ,
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pis adventure.
a great
,yrN Lake Santa. Fe Sunday the following recently announced the arrival of any debts made by- Mrs. Clara ( .... Spurlill

STRENGTH. .. test guests: :
But in spite of 'their complaints I C. Kammerer of Philadelphia Mr. Gllssonj' son of Mr. and She having left my home. Leave Starke Starke .__ ..__ ,INILeave .1'NTallaha.eee 'rt
there is little doubt that many of and Mrs. L. J, Wynn, Mr.' and Mrs. Marlon Gllmon has Joined. 3-27 2tp iT. J. Alderman ( SpMlll, )

Ley' ,xs those who don't fit easily into the Mrs. C. t* May and children and the army. .
army routine are basically just as Mro. Mae,, Sweeney. and children
healthy and strong as the others, aU of
and when It ''comes to fighting the pleasant Hampton. All reported a SAFE! FAST! COMFORTABLE!
$ I enemies of'the country in whichthey day. ,AUTO PARTS
: 44 have led such comfortable
;
I lives they will feel that they have BETHEL USED TIRES (WK HAVE
even more to fight for than those By Mrs. D. D. WoodardMr. YOUR SIZE), GENERATORS. AND ECONOMICAL!
fie And We who have had to struggle for a liv AUTO GLASS CASH FOR I
Also Save You -
u big and Mrs. J. M. Allen recently -
Money By Giving Good .s" 'FSeret. 1 In a recent "Town Meeting of the visited Mrs. Allen's parentsIn CARS CONDITION.AND TRUCKS IN ANY RIDE THE BUSSES
Air" radio program a high schoolgirl Olustee. They attended the
1 Leather and Quick Ser condemned the ;young men .: Fifth Sunday meeting at the Courteous Correct Information
ia &j vice. John W. Westervelt, 73. her generation as being silly, lazy Baptist church. Used Autos $25 up ,
(left) oldest soldier In the U. S. and lacking In all interest of the
army.,who will wed Mrs. Leota Harrison affairs of the world. She feared for Miss Agnes Lewis visited :Miss HASKINSAUTO Given You At .
of Kalamaioo Mich.. after the future when our country would Hester English in Starke Sun-
; i? AD Work Guaranteed the war. Al. right U Douglas be run by the boys and girls of her day. PARTS UNION BUS STATION
(("Wrong Way") Corrigan. who Is generation.This Mr.' and Mrs. Dave Woodard of North of Town on Road IS ,
Electric now eying the right way as a memo war will certainly serve as a alnesvllle were recent visitors In
l Shoe Shop ber of tbe,, U. B. air force ferry test of the caliber of the young men ___ _n_ ______
iis command. who have been brought up in the"softer"

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have had with them, I can't share
FUNERAL DIRECTOR [c any fears about their capability.

My Many Years Experience Make It Possible for Me to Render. [C Their lives may have been comparatively .
easy, but their Intelligence
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EFFICIENT PROMPT and COURTEOUS
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ambitions, health and fair-
MODERATE PRICES [ mindedness probably! surpass any
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+ A ot. ;younger
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We have some wonderful properties for sale struggle for the millions of modern

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P among their boys of military age.
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te them just as they did 20 years
ago. but many of their parents are s
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l? i f volunteer for the role which they
must eventually play; in this all-out I 1e

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everything they have to win this / / /
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. do likewise.

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;I Novel Hats JAMES M. CAIN

WN'U.ItELUsa

SUCCESSFUL CHAPTER- XIII I .

IVNopsno..sllte ,
'.
Leonard Borland's protests
PARENTHOOD that hi* bank account I Ie ample, though .
the Contracting buetnea* la New York .la ,
dead hi* pretty, opera-struck wife Dorlareiuma
her "career." Interrupted by
her marriage at IS and the birth of twochUd..n.
Borland know her avowed pur- "
Po e. to help out the family outcome, lacamouflage.
Br HO. CATHEHIHK COHBAO EDWAHW WASHINGTONWashington Hugo Lorentx. bar teacher
,
always around. Irritate* him. Cecil Car.ver. .
opera linger, knows Doris through I
Associate Editor! tonal* Maqtntae
,
Unroots.
She dlacover' Borland ba* a
line baritone voice toll him HIIRO U
hopeleMly In love with Dorla. that Dorla I I
CARE OF CHILDREN'S HAIR D. C. (NWNS)-Due torture every man she set) In her
to the widely divergent viewpoint clutches, aad that be ought to wake her
Lter'f darling upturned out the lemon in still another rinse of congressmen we cannot expect up by giving a recital. "00 get :yourself > ,, r
?less of s beauty asset Some specialists on the care of .any unanimity of agreement on now a triumph." *h* advise*. Cecil de.mand I
nair toveU- youthful skin and hair the of the social of the payment for .leuons klue*. He
older, but say reason much program pay* but declare* he love Dorla. Cecil r
lnce hair is for many adolescent skin difficulties New Deal should be continued rI
lasting on tour wire him and he make. a bit
Rl I, b, It. look of being I Is that mothers turn over through thin war period. But some singing e. Logan Bennett In upiute recital rt I
Star, So the time you the shampoo and bath too early to form of general policy on this subject *. She gel* him an opera engage* t
1 will pay lifelong dlvltractiveness. the child's own unskilled ministrations. may result from the heated discussions ment. Again he make good and Cecil.
i When the oil glands become on the interior department telling him she lovea him. BaY* tear i

I baby U born with usu- more active at adolescence accumulated upply bill. A fully movie he can now bring Don* to hi* feet. ., ',
few dirt makes The interior department bill calls audience glvea Don the
lit during the first It almost 1mposslbla "bird." Broken-spirited. he h'ano
BaY* *
thit time the fer the skin to function for largo expenditurea for the con r
During nor good. She tell Leonard she lovea that picture.
holding
[be kept clean and well mally.If tinuation of pbasea of the aocial pro him, Dorl learn about Cecil at Owen The look an that old hard-rock man's faro up
ourage a healthy sec-I the child's scalp Is dry a light gram, aome of which can be closely ny Blair's cocktail party and know It was the funniest thing'" I ever' saw In my life.

., The icalp. like the pomade ,or a i vegetable oil from related to the war and others of wasn't business that had kept him out from a chair near the elevators seeing your name In this paper
( combat dirt from with- your kitchen supplies-used the night which could probably, ba dropped of.the to city. There I* a acn end Gwenny ., and I didn't tumble at first to what Just by accident. I wouldn't have
discharge of oil and othmns before the' shampoo,' will relieve without interfering with war: pro uggeit mooth that Leonard matter over lng. laughingly Ho<< doe* it was. There had been so many. known where to look for you."

from within. The any tendency to scaliness. In addition duction and morale. With huge extra and Dorl I* furiou*-he U *o good. She glares coming my way lately that He took It out and opened it. i
IPs hair wash at bath time to hair hygiene the scalp needs expenditurea due to the war drive* him from homo, and drain their one more didn't make much impression. and pointed! to a great big picture j
T weekly shampoo after exercise. Massage Is excellent of the baaia of the debate is over1 joint bank account. He accept* an offer But then I came out of the of me in the whiskers and wig and
Jkr, though if the icalp U course but the simplest and in whether some aocial reforms should from the Hippodrome opera company.He fog. It was Craig my partner, cap and bells on the theatrical \
|th cotton padi dipped in many ways the most rewarding be called off for the duration. It is I* a hit until" b* ml**** his cue and whom I hadn't seen since we built """*. ...,..&- :
septic lotion and the dally stimulus you can give ;your likely, although there will be bitter get* the "bird. the gag chleken coop up in Con hIs that you?" .q..j. i

id dally the time between child's hair Is brushing It For the opposition to continuation of many necticut, and he had dug in at Dorla let out a cackle that made
tan be lengthened. brush wielded up from the scalp of the New Deal plans that the Down on the stage, the bass was his place upatate. I blinked, and everybody in the lobby look up. It
king the hair there are and out to the very ends of the majority In congreaa will approve doubling for me. He carried the looked at Doris, and thought maybe was just a silvery peel that came 'e'' .
pOOl designed to treat hair removes dirt and lets In the most of them-perhaps with some Cllda in, put her on the rock then that was why she had com from the heart and did you good [
( gently and yet waab'it fresh air at the same time that it revised to tie up more closely with picked up a cape, turned around around, or anyway had something to hear It She wasn't laughing at .
And then there are the Is giving the scalp a definite pull. the war program. and did my part They gave him to do with it. But she seerrurd as me. She was laughing at Craig, '
i pure soaps which youa Another of the permanent values Along with the Interior department an ovation. After Parma had taken -, surprised as I was. He still sat and when I looked at him I had to \
a little water or work of dally brushing Is that it helps bill the New Deal philosophy on labor Schultx out and they had all there, glaring at us, and then he laugh toot. I had to laugh so hard ,... 1 1I
i from the bar In your style; the hair. Well-brushed locks "Now you see It and now you is also being fought over. For taken their bows, they shoved the got up and came over. He didn't folded Into one of the lobby: .' :
i matter what cleansing are not only more easily managed don't" applies to many of the very years the administration has deJ bass out there alone and the audience shake bands. He started in nigh chairs and so did she. The look
fuse, there is only one than neglected ones but they have tiny hats that are-designed this fended labor improvement and atood up and gave him a rising and he was plenty sore. on that old hard-rock; man's face
ir way of removing It.tsing a sheen which gives beauty and sea there Is no doubt that it will continue vote in silence before they "Where've you been "' )/1ft holding up that picture was the
the hair thoroughly fashion to the plainest most Individual son to be worn back of the pompadour to see that labor gets more started to clap. His name was ''Why-rlght here." funniest thing I ever saw in my life.

m water. If you live injer hair comb. And the really as Is the wee headpiece than an even break. But even within Woods. Remember It. Woods: the "And why here What's the Idea or ever hope to see ,.
area add the Juice of distinctive child Is often the one shown at the top in the picture. the President's own executive man that had what it takes. But. of hiding out in this dump? I've I scrambled up and threw my:
_> another rinse water toJap whose hiir Is dressed like no one This amusing little creation is all family there is considerable difference "Rigoletto" didn't know anything I been looking for you all night and stuff into a bag. and was so excited
particles which may else's, but In a manner charmingly hand crocheted even to the sprightly of opinion on the union prob about that, yet. it was 'Just by accident that I found over getting back in harness
to the hair. Then wa.bUSE suited to her own face. wings which viewed from the lem.Thurman e e e you. Just by accident." that I kept singing all the time
front look more like hair ornaments Arnold; assistant attorney Back In 1921. when Dempsey Doris cut In. meeker than I ever anti didn't even feel bad about it
than the general, who has always been fought Carpentler In Jersey ..omenew.paper heard her. "Why-one of the children and down In the lobby Doris called
trimming hat A
on a
considered a strong New Dealer hired a lady novelist to was threatened with measles the house and we made the train.We .
clever: idea Is this and the same violent attack Leonard down here sobe the but I
recently made a on do a piece on it She decided that and came had drawing-room,
technique is employed for little felt unions charging that they were destroying what she wanted to write up was wouldn't ba quarantined." was out of cigarettes, and I went I
FASHIONPATRICIA hats that are trimmed with little the small business man the loser's dressing-room after it "Couldn't he let somebody Into the club car to get some. When
wings. The hat Is visible only from holding farmers and consumers at was all over. She had been reading know?" I got back ahe was already tucked ,
the back. their mercy and interfering with efficient all her life about the winner and "He-it was only to be for a few in. in the 'upper berth and all you

MrcIME The hat below in the picture provides production and the distribution thought she would like to know for davs." could ire was a tousle of red hair.I .
a brand'new solution to the of goods. This charge wus once what happened to the loser. That seemed to cool him off .a little undressed, got Into the lower. 1 I
problem of how to keep hat made while congress was discussing She found out. What happened to and I trltd to be friendly. "When waited and she didn't say anything.
your the elimination of the 40-hour him was nothing. Carpentler was did you get to town? I thought you I turned out my light and still noth-
on and your hair In place. This week It has influenced a member there, and a couple of rubbers were were' up there milking cows." Ins from her. All you could hear
:JJ vivid red felt beret fits snugly behind of pro-labor congressmen to review there working on him and his "Never mind when I got to town, 'was' the wheels, going cllcketyclick. -
pblem your pompadour while a felt and revise their opinions. In congress manager was there and that was and never mind the cows. And c.t They kind of beat time and
DOW band tied In a pert bow hugs the as well as in the War Relations all. Nobody came In to tell him the comedy. Get this. You've got I 'started to sing the opening of a ,I ,
i Mity' Kltcun hairline across the forehead. board and between Individu he had put up a good fight, or that Just forty minutes to make a train duet: :...
industries and their unions, labor it was a hell of a wallop he hit ; and pay attention to what I'm telling "La el darem la manot !, ,
that crops"up In discussion recently has centered on Dempsey in the second round or you." La mi diral dl si I 1
ny homes Is the question whether labor should continue to be even to borrow a quarter. "Shoot""Alabama. Vedl non e lontano :
Old houses especially How to Care for limited to 40 hours a week at regular That's bow it was with me. There You've heard of It?" Parttam. ben mlo'da qul." "
have a dearth of ..paceentlal pay and whether the war work were no autograph hunters that "Sounds familiar." It was time for her to come In. .
l convenience. Rubber Garments ers ahould be permitted time-and-a- night.I "There's a big government-aid and I waited. Then: "Did you ..
the Ideal arrangement half for overtime and double time got quiet after a while and the railroad bridge, going up down sing-that with her" j r I'. i'' t
te closet for each memo for working on Sunday. noise outside died away and I lit there and we build bridges this "No. I never did." I
family but failing this Several leading industrialists are a cigarette and sat there. After a here Craig-Borland Company that "Are you sure?" i
room should have one :Intelligent Caution Is Very now taking the attitude that they long time there was a tap on the we've got even if you seem to have "They were going/ to have me do "
must do anything the government door. I never moved. It came forgotten It, You get down there 'Don Giovanni/ This last outfit. I
n than not It Is a com- Important. tells them to do regarding labor again and still again, and then I and you get that contract" mean. So I got the score and
simple matter to add -but that the final decision should heard my first name called. It "Where is this bridge?" found It in there. I had heard you
en two closets to rooms really be made by the public, They sounded like Doris and I went to "I got no time for that n'. all humming it around so I learned
[them Remember that By CHERIE NICHOLAS have asked therefore that newspaper the door and opened it. She was In here in this briefcase the whole It"
M closet Is better than Everyone of us has a real duty men be invited to be in on there in a little green suit and a thing and you can read it going She came tumbling down the Udder
that you can hang a lot to conserve all the rubber articles all discussion between management brown felt hat and brown shoes. down. Here's your tickets, for the all floppy In a suit of my pa :It '
In a space two feet we may happen to have. One of the and labor to report all facts to the She came In without looking at me. two of you. and remember you got jamas. She slipped In beside me "" '
corner cut off into a Uncle people. "What happened thirty-nine minutes. When you get put her arms around me. "Leon
:
krhaps the least many ways women can help "Weren't you there?" I said. I I there. I'll wire you our bid. I'll ard."
l>t to make storage practice- Sam these days is to take good Tills attitude was expressed by Doris looked at me then. put the whole thing on the wire. It's "Yes?"
space
t Is better than nothing. care of foundation garments so as to General Motors largest automobile "I had to take the children home being figured up now. The main "I'm glad you flopped. Because I
room could have a pair' prolong their usefulness. We should company in our country when C. after the second act I heard thing now _get there" flopped, and-if you could do this
aken off the end. Even if also strive to make our raincoats E. Wilson, president pointed out some people talking on my way "0. K.. Chief." one thing I've always. wanted to do.
broken by a window and rubber footwear last longer.It that General Motors was working back here."'. Ha turned to Doris. And you-" I and can't I couldn't stand It
you almost entirely for the government I remembered Lorentr and his "Yes. sir." And "
-
dow closets on either side Is wise to buy new corsets girdles and therefore any labor dispute was real crime at the Cathedral Theater "Listen to what I'm telling you. "Go on. And what

dressing thereby making ana brassieres and other items only public business. He inferred that that day. I was glad' there was This contract this Is no back-coun "It'll be all mine now. this that
Practical table. as they are needed to replace worn- if wages were increased as the unIon one person in the world that hadn't try tunnel. This is a bunch of well- you have in your throat That's \
the
o rooms put closet closets: sense economically and will do would actually be the ones who she had taken the kids out before bad slaves befo' de wa', and when you sang that day at Owen-'
> room one openne much more to keep the balance than would pay the Increase so they it happened."I they've got to be impressed. You ny's cocktail party it almost killed
and
the other shouM decide the issue. The automobile the I told her. You take whole floor
fie 'stock for the future got bird. hear that a me. I think you wanted It to. Oh.
second ta
trying up
tlcle. room. Is union agreed that if negotiations "Damn them" in that hotel and you roll out the I've been a terrible wife to you,
iff that have become Hoarding foundation garments went before the National I began to pull off the whiskers. liquor and you step on It You do Leonard. I'm jealous, and spiteful
ed if may be renovated useless anyway because the rubber War Labor board they would per She came over and did it for me. all the things that your bum. sasslety and mean and nothing will
tment. wee live them the gradually loses Its pep when laid mit the meeting to be open to the She got the towel and wiped off high-toned good-for-nothing ever change me. But when I get I

the away. We can. however make the press. the make-up. She wiped clean and upbringing has taught you how to too terrible just sing to me. and
With article well by corsets snd girdles we wear give Meanwhile the war labor board patted and frowned like it was do and then you do It twice." I'll bo your slave. I'll come crawling '
a soft brush dipped already had held its first public business and said. "Hold "Booh. I know "
ter. better service and last much longer serious 'I you. to :you. just the wsy you came
Then .make up a rules. hearing on a wage case when the still." and I loved It "For once In your life maybe you crawling to them. In the second act
few simple
one part household...mtwo it we follow a negotiations between International "Now you'll do. Stay where you I can be of some use." tonight That woman has given us
tbe parts luke warm watt Good care of a foundation gar Harvester and the C.I.O. went to are. I'll put on your shoes." I "Just once?" something that was never there before
article into thl. .oh ment starts with the buying. A too Washington. For the first time the I guess I don't have to tell you "If you put It across you'll be and when we get back I'm
v stand until the ammo- long, or too short or too tight gar public was able to follow the rea'.onlna Doris had never put any shoes on back in time for Christmas. If going to thank her, and win her
longer.porated. It will take ment will wear out faster than it on both sides and make up for me before. I sat there and she you don't put it across you needn't and make her my friend. Oh. I
p to Then rinse with should because of the unnecessary its own mind. put them on and tied them and come back at all." e.n-l don't care what has gone
have which a few drops of strain. Bemember. too, that a stitch Reports to congressmen particularly helped me on with my. shirt my "We'll put it across."" before. I can win anybody when I
been added and whole garment from the rural areas, show trousers and my coaL But I still So we put It across and that's really want them Now I'll
in time may save your that a large number of people have didn't know why she had come. I what we're doing now. They've say it something you've never
Give your corsetlere any repair lost all patience with union dickering had never seen her like this, but got a bird in this business too that heard me say before:' I've fallen in
r Rabbit" has made bis problem you cannot handle over higher wages in war it wasn't any consolation scene. I rides the trusses while the scows love. With my own husband."
'au this winter you'd yourself. work. All congressmen are receiving could see that and there was nothIng are taking them out. and flies I held her tight She put her
e .teps Discourage The importance of keeping your demands for curbs on labor in what had happened that explained around and flaps its wings and mouth against my throat and began
Injuring your 'Pouting foundation garment clean cannot be and many of them are anxious togo it If she hadn't been there crows like hell whenever one of kissing it "Now sing and I'll
ere are .ever > repellents Wash In tepid suds. home to their districts to make when I flopped, what had she come them falls in the river. But his sing." ,
save your tuUD and daf- overstressed. towel careful checkups on public opin back to the theater for anyway wings haven't got much exercise "La cl'darem la manolLa
other pentnnlala.' l Moth- 8990 rinse in tepid water roll In a lon Labor however is not the She helped me on with my topcoat on this Job. and neither has his mi dlral dl siVedi
lered around plants will and press out the excess moisture. only group which is being taken gave my arm a little squeeze voice. This Is my trade. The river non e lantana
a7ln<< with flab oil soap. Hang up to dry away from sunlight' over the coals here Practically and we went out. has got pretty tough once or twice Partiam ben mlo da quL"Vorrel
r one of the Dumerous Jumper, Blouse or other direct heat. every part of our war program is I In the cab on the way up to my and we've had some close squeaks

lents WlU keep rabbit. Pattern Ne. 8990-In line with the How can we make our raincoats being Investigated by some commit I hotel I kept thinking there was But not one of those trusses has e non vorrel
Ptanu The senate national I had forgotten something taken a dive yet .
tee or other. something
by being careful Mia trema U
of slim trim last ? Again un poco cor
A longer
Your fruit treea can be new youth movementl Lt them defense committee head** by Sen. I had Intended to do. Then But I'm ahead of my story. Craig Felice sarel .
with Wire jumper and blouse ensemble. The how we dry them. to sign the had a stuck In his pocket ever
Kuard made Harry 3. Truman. Is most in the I remembered. I was paper Ma burlarml .
ancor .
.Incb mesh net Una.' The jumper has a patriotic decoration dry In' the open hung on' a good limelight right now. Witnesses before contracts. I sat back and watched and after he had laid the law down puo
Idtb I. ,ene'."y high which every young girl will like- wooden hanger. Keep them away that committee have pointed the el posts go back. That was one he began to get sore again and remembered We sang It together and it was
ushed maybe she'll want a monogram InJlace raincoats. about. It. He tapped It with terrible, and it was the sweetest i
eve' l inches Into from heat. To clean to wide inefficiency waste and mismanagement thing I didn't have to worry
helps to protect agaJD.t of it. The blouse has a breezy with mild soap and water. in the handling of various When we got into the lobby I his finger. "And you keep in touch duet I ever heard.
rom moles. too. turn down collar short cuffed' Do sponge not have them dry cleaned or phases of our war program. could see something glaring at me with m* If it hadn't rww* for thin (THE END1

an iPray tree trunks with sleeves will fit into any girl's wardrobe cleaner to renv-- soot- Many of the most heated discussions May 4th, 1542. In the above name*
cohol repellent. U.e one as a needed accessory for use ... .. here revolve around the prod Dance Cancelled by Miaa Boone. Court and cauaa, wherMn plaintiff I
enatured alcohol to one sweater costumes, suits sports out ucts which are being rationed-rubber Mrs. Wilson awn a beauty I ..k* divorce from Mary Merror.Kractfnrd .
resin. fits. The beanie is made up of four County Telegraph tihullpubllnh ,
to the Slowl, warm the sections fit it easll). sugar, gasoline etc. Following Owing to Easter activities the shop In Gainesville. and will retain thl.* Order In next. four "
melting point .nd you can New Tailor Shop the nowwehaveitnowwedon'tbungle USO dance and manage It herself. HlH wenfcly lanue
alcohol Pattern No. 8990 Is in sizes 8 to Joint YMCA-JWB ( )
over hot water. about the nation's supply of I W:::lO". JT.T hH ai3 ofricial! >oalt
9 baa been with! her for more
&k 2 b haM in :>or.e
takes %
IS Size 10 jumper tohlch: was\ to have en
iI1 &..be years. aeoiM month .!sa. rttioning Htarke, "Florida thla March Uth,.
_.. yard* 3S-tneh material, blow** 1*. Ed Prince, owner of the new of any product now stimulates the Starke Armory Saturday than two years she stated Mon 4
JI'r
yards, beanie a remnant. 7 by 27inches. Starke-Dlandlng tailors recently close scrutiny to determine the actual night has been cancelled accord- day. (OH-FlCfA. BEAT.) A. J. ThomaaAe .
ro. ItT. "It, There is little f'lerk of no Id (Court S-J7 4t 4-17
FLonl"'l I:* nFOR CHAN- opened across from the Park need for the it Idea of rationing, Ing to an announcement by Sec i*. <'niri'IT ('OI'IIT. mi *"KOIIIIrmivTir. }J. K. I-.rrymun Ally for Plf.
objection to retary Robert B. Wear TuepJay. '' FLOIU..1..1'01. ., -* __&
street n.
Theatre on South Walnut but since it is a subject close to f.lty. I
trf.. v.- Wllnt. the American people it is a popular Albert If. MVrcvr Plaintiff, v*.
Caie No. .......... Is a tailor of no mean reputation. for stimulating public The "Wave Inn"A Mnry Mercer, Defendant. Caae No. EYES EXAMINEDGLASSES
I M.ine...................... one to use 1934,
!()TIf'FJ OF prRLICATIO Hailing; from Greenwich, Coon., interest In Inefficiencies in our. war ORDER OP PITTIMI'ATION FITTED

'I.OrIDA TO APPEAR to A4c1re................................ be had experience i n military program. I new bUHlnein. opened the first ANn NOTICPJ TO AITBAItHTATB
whoMe : William Is considerable question OK FI.OIUPA tos Mary
.. There week in the Wainwright
.. of this
.Ienee last war. He I .
the
'' car tailoring during M rcr, who e adilremt I* Alma
.""Ulftlana rrlfth Health.; CIlnlc'Ord" ..............................,....... has specialized In the uniform for the example rationing, of on sugar.the actufuVpeed Some argue for I i building and on the Jackson corner street'of Temple called UeorKla.You .are required to appear on Dr. L. L. Copeland & Son

tf business.He is while others avenue 48 W St. Phone 52887
3rQullre" tailoring that it imperative Forayth
cau.... .. above.PP..r...am..d on N.....of paper................... .... came here from Camp Elan- use figures to show how in spite "The Wave Inn Beauty Shop."
.e., 1I.'ord Wbe."ln plaintiff where he had the distinction of increased demand and smaller It is owned by Mrs. Frank Wilson DR. LEMUEL COLSON Dr. Robt. C. Garvin

11.ohall ""bU..h thl.County P.tte... M.......... .ta.......... ding of being regimental tailor supply of sugar, our population and MU.. Reba Boone both of DENTIST 209 Graham Blclgr. phone 9-0223
WUkly I..ou... could be adequately supplied, by will be operated J
my hand .nd Officl.1 ...... 2S e.n" In ealn. lIor.aab for the 192nd and 103rd Field Gainesville: and I
industrial
..al of the
eliminating some -
Florida. patte.. .s..lrecU OFFICE 129 CAU. ST.
thl. Marcia 15tb., Artillery by special appointment needs for sugar. On gasoline the SInAYFER':8SKIUP: INK ; State

.,liP-AI.) A. oJ."Thoma. Patricia Dow Patter.. of the two commanding officers: need for rationing In the East seems Pts, $1. Qte. SI.15-BRADFORD ADKINH BLDO. Registered OptometrlsteEveninga
..aid, I"ollrt. a.27 ttU IOC w. nUt SL, Hew York. H. T. he stated Tuesday. Mr. Prince to be real this time because of the COUNTY TELCGBAPIL By Appointment
I' lo Jaek.oa"I".. Fla. caters also to civilian trade. slaking I ol so many tankers.!

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Photo- Studios Wears Pleased Slacks Ensemble- With Skirt- i Stalin's Far East '6Ace-in-the-Hole'


t Leases Building With New HomeMr.

From Mrs. Ritchl and Mrs. Robert B. Wear: Is Ideal for Defense Work} r.Otlt.

of the new FHA VLADIVOSTOK o6Y r,7rq : IiLtcAtyntN
wlekV.. T Clute realtor, are very proud tfl hlri
f that Ben Hall, contractor, Flp, N.rLAt1AC.1FFe .
consummated a II l e a 1 whereby home +Cn ti t3 g ,
.
Micbael Kruger of the Hollywood is now completing for them in CHERIE NICHOLAS VLADIVOSTOK-Pup. 102,000.HeJt 0. INNYA9D1l4''a Oa e E 't ,dW
By Expect "OewMil City" toCD f a r,r' 41f1Are.e1
C R Portrait & Photo Finishing Mrs. Bertha Pearce'a subdivision D..My.4, Dw'f C.p.ir It aastu o. r+..ir

tl Studio secured a three-year lease on South street. They expect to
from Mrs Carrie Ritch on her
l 7 f building near the railroad on East move into It sometime next week. i NORN r G
i Call street The lease carries "This is our first home" Mrs., ,,

with f It the down-Blairs of the Wear said. "We've been wandering .AMU'"

building, the warehouse In the around over the face of the earth

& rear and the loft over the warehouse _you know people In 'Y' work .

"! ,1 ,1 t Mr. Clute stated, and the move around." Since this Is their u a r .y bpa"y Zie th

price was $150 per month. first home, and since "it is nota ,w, uY3 t.afn"ti .
+ 1, home" they are 8A"'l fJI
people's ,
i The new firm will take possession young 111 K uawlrf
it. t. r
about building It Just like they want
within 90 days or
,vs {i
kI ; ?i July 1. Mr. Kruger baa had several "A young people' home Is /
years' experience In New made up of dreams"ahe said; ( '

!, 7 York City and will carry a complete "this is for old people-and our PROMONTORY.

AI. line of photography. He house is made for habits. I know

,, i will also carry a full line of just where Bob wants to hang

,,, o +} stationery, both commercial andy biD pants and I'm making the
{ i !" personal, and souvenirs and military closets just where he wants to

P' y ; >w supplies The building: will' hang them." \ .Clrlwe'coq

4,' t be renovated. But In making the house con- '411410 *

form to "habits", Mrs. Wear has NAVY He Fw New r g.
(c tt4t iJ Methodist Church not overlooked beauty and loveliness. Terpede BeaM r! .
.hd ItO Uc e Sebf Hem; pa4sde,
Their home consists of two AAcrsft Crewe "Vlairwtote.nd
( Service at the Church next Sunday bedrooms a llvlngroom-dlnlng- Sow.Cwk.rs #

J I will be as follows: rom, a kitchen -and bath and a 0

4 ., Church School 10 A. M. garage and laundry. *Melts ro
rpkro
Morning Worship 11 o'clock. Each room Is painted a different .
shade. The living room and
All members and friends of the
,, church are cordially Invited to attend hall are peach-buff one bedroom

p the services of the servicesboth Church pastel Is pastel green grey-blue, while the the kitchen,other is d.vostok-Tlae pistol at Japan's head-is ready to fire when the Soviet VnionuZJ
aster Sunday. Special
r morning and Evening. The a creamy-yellow. The house has t though' it is, more or lest cutoff as a receiving point for U. 8. supplies, it is most 31

F Sermon Subject In the Morning: hardwood floors throughout. Mrs. a fort as the ,above map indicates. Hidden gun emplacements and airfields, a huge

w will be: "Becauae I Live Ye Shall Wear already has six large pecan his a perfect spot not only for defense, but to launch an attack should the time omj'T?'
teW trees In her yard as well aa
Live Also. --- -----

an+ } I will The be Youth atIP.M.fellowship meeting plant thirty and different flowers.kinds"In of my shrubs front r Spring ArrivesIn John Russell Chastain IX FOR TRIO IIHADPOHn riRriiT r01l1'//

' + 8.00 P. M. yard I want only those shrubs and : Y, I J.TATM OF FLORID\lOt
Evening Worship ew l Spite Of War
r Russell who Notice
John Chastain IH
NorthFlorida" hereby ,
trees which are native to Lq
''M
n The Sermon Subject for the spent more than half his life In the 2nd day of )lay A. a
be "The Message. she said. 10 o'clock A. M.. or
will -
evening : Living "It's springtime", not only "in she
A Bradford County died I n Ft. after an name
can t bt
." "It Is one of the Wear habits y the Rockies", but in Starke as Pierce Thursday, March 28 at under lgned Intendtoegd
f ; Prayer Services at the Church to have open house", she said, well and many Starkeitea are Honorable A. Z. "
the' age of 59. His body arrivedIn of the Circuit Court .tbii
r S every Wednesday at 8 P. M. and so at a later date it Is their ., like those shown In the center of "doing about", paintingadding Starke by train at 11:15: Sat Starke, Florida fur at. ri
r 4' Visitors\ welcome to all servicesof plan to invite all their friends the above picture. Slacks are simply !screen pore hes. repairing old urday night for burial Lake ?.r.inr' | the and'retgn,4 v
near Anne
Thomni ,
the church. and neighbors in for such an occasion < ..Iiu constructed and easy to make as screens, planting shrubbery and Butler. Mr. Mason. W. Mum\.,,

O. C. Powell, pastor. these give emphasis to the growing flower gardens) and the like IIlr. Luu1.6 wmlaa.
As and Mrs. Wear when slack suits sentiment that it is Mr. Chastain was born at Lake -3 4t 4.24
soon as Mr. TIME was were among women The lobby and two rooms' used
r 6 II I 6 move into their new home Dr. as' an amusing and wise to sew and to save these days. by the Board of County Commis- City August 28, 1882 and movedto 1ST CIHfflT ('OIIIT,

and Mrs. Louis W. Koch and their passing whim of fashion, especiallyby This one-piece slacks suit is cut froma sioners and County Welfare Bradford County when 18 or COIrNTY, FI.OIUU"" II
,; .tp, OFFICE who themselves and it. Is 20 years of age. For several CRII Y.
prided on
son-in-law and daughter Mr. and women very simple pattern
Board on the second floor of the Mary L. Rowley, I'lalntllt J
Mrs. Paul Hudglna will move being conservative in dress. Nevertheless made of eerg-a-hed, a wonder fabric courthouse new years he. worked with the G. S. &: I. W'y' t'fel"lMt- '
are getting a
SUPPLIES from their present home on Tem- slacks persisted in the of atl-re7on weave that looks F. railroad and later became the 1841.
? coat of paint. "After the flratMonday" ORDER OF POU
ple avenue to the present home mode with the result that today exactly like an expensive French official stated first.bottler of Coca-Cola in Lake AND NOTICE TO A
a county
1rc of Mr. and Mrs. Wear on North fashion-wise leaders declare that serge. It washes and irons beautifully Butler and Starke selling out to STATE OF FLORIDA t
rc Wednesday, "they will likely do Ilowley, whom rnldutil
Walnut street. slacks are headed for their greatest : and can be had in white or a around the De Witt C. Jones many years ago. If Went 76th Street, Chlctulf
some more painting
success season. Of course there'sa range of exquisite colors For the past ten years. he has You are required t to
Xi $ courthouse". (Note: the first Mon- been May 4th., 1942 In the IbM l
is that living at Ft. Pierce
reason. And that reason Search and
the. fashion centers Court and .
over
Miss Erskine Leaves day is the regular meeting of the cause ahereh! *
ta
they undeniably practicaL working as foreman for the Keeka divorce and
are gang resin:
and won't find a more complete
;you
Board of Commissioners. .
)
County Maiden L
n arne llndM
Women will need slacks for the Florida East Coast railroad. He
Miss Margaret Erskine who many-purpose slacks outfit than the Telegraph. shall publish Ibl
has been associated 'with the busy life they must perforce lead in nicely; tailored four-piece suit shownto Afro. F. H. Long's l large residencex died after a brief Illness. He is In next four weekly lump
the days to come. You will be on the corner of North survived by his wife Mrs. Ethel WltneHs my hand and alia
YMCA-USO since its opening in the right ,ln ,the above illustra- at Staike, Florida this So I
; y Starke almost one"'year ago has needing them for doing :your bit in I tion. This foursome consists of Walnut and Pratt streets is get- Chastatn and three sons andthreedaughters 1942.
1I civilian defense, for work on the ting a nice white coat of paint Also three brothers (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. M
I resigned her position and left slacks coat, skirt and sleeveless As Clerk of said Coup M
Monday for her home in 'Cold farm, for bicycling for hours of recreation Jacket fashioned of black and white and the whole place is being gone : T. C. Chastain Hampton W. J. S. Harrison Jacket
Springs Harbor Long Island. and rest. Yes there's no check rayon weave. Checks by the over. Bennie Sapp Is making a W. Chastain Bradenton; and Z. Atty, for l'lf.ix .

,,4 For Your Convenience doubt about it. Slacks have become way, are. the .rage this season for new house out of his North Walnut W.,Chastain, Ft. White and three

' Telegraph la Ever Increasing a positive Vmust have." Jackets and slacks suits. You'll be I street home. sisters: Mrs W. A, Ruse Lake emcriT. FLORIDAIIICEDY. tot nT ICOVNTY.

j1 CLASSIFIEDWANTED In many Jobs where Women are seeing ,and hearing, about.checked Mr. and Mrs Fred Guy are City; Mrs. W. C. Rivers, Jacksonville .
Its Stock of taking the place of men in field or fabrics wherever you go. This stunning planting; shrubbery foundation ; and Mrs. P. S. Crews John Ella Byrd Zlnkland) Zlnkland, defendant Pia a

Office Supplies. Here to buy-i-One acre of factory, the call grows more urgent slacks ensemble is purposefully plants and flowers around their McAlpln. 1189.ORDER
6'kl land each day for clothing which hasn'tany designed Jo take care of versatile new home on North Walnut street. Funeral services were conducted OF PUBLICA"APTil,!
Starke
near Lawtey or AND NOTICE TO
4i j Are Some of The Many with or without house. Must be loose gewgaws or extra fullness costume needs for the woman who Buds are bursting on the trees, Sunday at 3 P. M., at the Swift STATE: OF FLORIDA ul

'. reasonable. M. T. to catch in machinery. Wide leads a busy life. You can mix and azaleas were never more beautiful Creek Baptist Church with the : ZlrfklandvnoHe rendvnctf[
Items Now Carried --: Hamilton Kant Kelly Street IlIdD
.A : Box 205. Lawtey: 2-27 2tp slacks are no more practical than match the various pieces to your the birds are singing all Rev. Mr. Rawls officiating. Interment Indiana.
skirts. Utility slacks must be nar- heart's content and it is more thana nature is abunding with life and WAD ,at the Swift Creek You are required to i

} WANTED--Clean cotton rags. No row at the bottom or caught in at work suit. Whether you travel by Joy. In spite of hate and war and cemetery., He was a member of Court May 4th.and, 1942 came In wheal the abtni l; rFeekH

Adding Machine Paper pants or socks accepted. Bradford the ankles after the manner of the train or by alrr. r motor to your destination carnage the Easter season, is the Christian Church and a Mason.De divorce and ,..16n. .I
DradfodTelegraph
141a Carbon Paper County Telegraph. tf workaday outfit pictured to the left or dash about town to keep here. Witt C. Jones was In chargeof Maiden Name shall publish wIn
' t in the above illustration. This surf appointments this smart many- arrangements. net four weekly 1010"l P

Manila Clasp EnvelopesPay WANTED!: eight or ten straw- I blue denim coverall is one 'of the piece suit can be manipulated to at Witness Htarke, my Florida hand, thiiWl and, ofM,
berry pickers, two or three types favored for farm or defense
tune perfectly to the occasion.If Side STENOGRAPHERS NOTE! 1942. ifAm
Envelopes packers. Pick every day and factory work. Its surplice closing, it's a bright accent you ar. Drape PADS- 15o each- BRADFORD (OFFICIAL. Clerk of nald 'our..4-1

, File Folders Gem Clips pay off dally. Have house to tie-belt that eliminates the use of seeking for your slacks :you'll find COUNTY TEU GRAPII..N Sidney C. Ka H, Jackwur
n live in during season. Farm located any sort of metal fastening, huge plenty of it in the new blouses that Atty,, for Pit

? Ruled Index Cards near Hellbronn Springs.N. pockets and buttons for holding trou- are made of the splashiest big color ClIlOt'IT COfRT, BRADFORD -
STl D. Walnwright. P. O. Box sers in at the ankle are required {"Of,NTY. FLOHIUAI CHANCKHTV IS CIHCI'IT ('01 HT III
? Ink (Pints & Quarts) ful prints imaginable. When a yen I COD MTV. 'LOIUU\I I u
f 346. Starke. Fla. 2tp utilitarian features. A bright peas- for the utterly feminine besets you Yvonne Mallet. Vermeerach. Plain 'CaRY.

; Clothes Marking Outfits SEWING WANTED-Alterations. ant square tied about the head addsa wear a dainty white frilly! and sheer dant.tiff v>.Cane Pierre No. Vermeernch.1985.. Uefen- I tiff nAtty, VH.Uaarnptt Porter Wlrt i.. MaltMdant. M tl"

+ Ruled pleasingly feminine touch. blouse. Make sure that it is styled ORDER '01" PUBLICATION Cane No. 19JS.
y Legal Note Pads
Coats re-lined. Repair work, There is a time for work and a with white for AND NOTICE TO APPEAR ORDER OF TOLAl'( 'f
a foamy Jabot, they
Manuscript Covers dressmaking, etc. Mrs. A. time for play. When work is done, r STATE] OF FLORIDA: to Pierre AND NOTICE FLORIDA.
smart
are wonderfully Vermeernch. who. residence im No. STATE OF
Wood E. Call St., roadthird slip into immaculate white flacks (Seleeeed by western Newspaper. Union.) 4 Rue. du BulBBon, prumeU. Del L. Mattox whose re.idf...
, Mimeograph Stencils house from new bridge. 4-3 2tp Blum. Jefferaon. Street, Alexandra
You are required. to appear on You are required toCCourttan'dlcauaen _
May 4th., 1943. In the above named hen'
Mimeograph
Paper BABY CHICKS-White Leghornand Health UnitEnlarges Court and eau..,- wherein plaintiff '!
Black 'Mlnorcas, crossed> \ For :Leisure Ykfyai ...ek. divorce and Custody of Child. .eekx. divorce and r.' ""
t Mimeograph Ink Staff Bradford County Telegraph shall maiden name. Dradlo
9c each.
Delivery free anywherein publlnh this Order li. next four Telegraph Khali PU""> "* till
Onion Skin Paper Bradford County on orders weekly I..u.( In next four weekly dj"l oil r
April 1 marked the beginning -Wltnena hand an
of 100 or more.-8ee my hand and official Heal Witness my
Pencils or write : of a new era In the developmentof ; C at Starke Florida this March 30th.. at Stark., Florida, thle
Albert .
Kruse 1942.OFFICIAL
Starke Fla. Itp 1942.
the Bradford-Clay Health Unit ( BEAM OFFICIAL SEAL *, f.Aa f.
Pencil LY A J. Thomas ( I ICharl.e 44
Sharpeners FOR RENT-6-room unfurnished which was established only 11 An Clerk of eald Court. 4-3 4t 4-24 Clerk of Kald Court I

M'' Duplicate Receipt "Books house, hot and cold water. C. R. months ago. On that day two ', Maurice Fla. Atty W.for Goldstein Pit. Jacksonville Ida. Atty.Miller.for JCksOuoa

''' Rubber Bands Whitehead Lawtey. Fla. Itp new employes were put on and .4 r, AyaC

1 the duties of those already en- 4 1 1S .
i Salespads Scotch Tape FOR RENT large 8-room unfurnished gaged In the work were changedor

house newly decoratedone broadened so as to give them From where I sit.
.
Stapling Machines mile from city limits of the work for which they were ; .

r Rubber Starke. Lights water and bath.T. beet adapted. QN ,
.4 StampsStenographer 1 As $ t
.
Frank Landrum. 413 ;
lip
Miss Margaret Hoxsey, In reality -
;
: Note Pads FOR RENT -4-room apartmentwith a public health nurse, which 7I Joe Marsh

t Typewriter Ribbons large porch; all modern means "field work' according to I bl/
Dr. Malcom J. Ford Director of b
conveniences $35 as a
Shipping Tags ; per month; the Unit has been .u. day
four miles west out on road 28. doing clinic .
: Metal Rim TagsO. Inquire for W. C. Conner. Itp work almost exclusively while the brewers field'' '
Mrs. George Inman. registered JSESTstorelceeper I ever knew was a Well.. 'tnlbeer

'x O. 1 K. Paper Fasteners LOST-Private Charlie C. Crowley nurse had been doing clerical fellow named Sam Aberneth,.. way about it.They don surfl
lost $10 bill near Gem Jew- work entirely. Sam's, specialty was to take over sold in wrong
Asco Paper Fasteners run-down know it docsn W!'
some store that somebody They
elry Tuesday afternoon. Finder
1 Miss Hox-
Beginning April good
the
else had given up as a failure. know It hurts
please bring to the Bradford
Card File Indexes
took the
to field where she
sey '
i f
f Then Sam would torn It into a cold beer. .
County ,
Telegraph. 4-3 does .
Itp .
her best work, and Mrs. In- othv*
Card Index mine the .
Trays k I Wall reading:
man will give her full time to t a. be"
OWN YOUR FARM at low and the
k price. "Bat the most Important thing the brewers
clinic work In both
Everhandy Paper Clips Bradford and and
Crops will bring high prices Clay counties. of alle he used to say "is to retors': work together
Taking Mrs. .
Clip Board Arch Boards this year. Exceptionally good Inman's clerical up member who's Boss!"c with law enforcement si i
deal on small farm duties. Miss Betty make urnyour
with timberone The Idea Is to ]
Green has been "You may think are Boss of
Expanding Paper Files mile northeast of Starke. given the place In > you .
y Also the office. : business but you're not. retailers clean opl 5:1P.: .
i largerfarm, extra good l
.
Metal Files The Public customers the practices .
soil, near Graham. Bradford Another acquisition to the force ,your ,are
din 4 India Ink Wire Trays County.. Write P. O. Box 444 of the Health Unit Is E. H. John- real bosses and you've got to e .

[ Starke, Fin son; of Orlando who took up his run your business the way they nia u
:Marvel Punches It duties Wednesday as Special Investigator Black faille silk and sheer wool want It." It's a good plan .s *

FOR SALE 5-room of venereal diseases.Mr. features the ought to weft
Scratch Pad Holders dwelling new side drape. Designers e e to me it
store building. Rooms to rent. Johnson was for three years are playing up these side- stand It is already In 0 iI
rl Ink Eraser Stick Files -Mrs. H. J. Leverette. Worthington with the Orange County Health drape effects throughout the spring That little statement of Sam's a number of states and

I 1 Fla. Itp Unit. Of course you'll be wanting a mode and the outlook is for a tremendous made a big impression on me extended.

I Ring Binders "They are putting o n these "brunch" coat. It Is a short-skirted vogue for this type of skirt. particularly since it certainly It's a mighty fine thilll
lw FOR SALE-1941 four door Buick special venereal disease investigators version of the ever-popular house Sometimes the lap-over is outlined seemed to work so well in Sam's Industry has the

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