Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: April 10, 1942
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Son tding Center for BRADFORD COUNTY. TELEGRAPH Sweetest Home Strawberries of the i I'

This I Side of Heaven

Official Count Publication Established In 1877


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jy-Wide Drive a r e Coin Machines Business Property CandidateJ. Berries Gross y' ;

crap Iron Just a Without Tags Brings $100 $31,627.75J i

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[art Soon Three r Being Picked UpThe Per Front FootLast In First Week :. 1

1 S Department of Agr-! s City and County-the po- Saturday Joe Slstrunk The pockets o f strawberry'., -' ;:,'

faded u board by James of Bradford Rosier, Pieces asp k'l lice and the sheriff-ai<,e going tome sold through W. T. Clute, realtor, i.L i. this growers week were as Bradford buUlng with County'softdelayed cash'' 1

last Friday morning to to it that I those Buying any a lot on the northwest corner of season finally enteredthe !

i plans for a countye sort of amusement machines In Call and Weller streets to two home stretch, with the peakof
| for the collection of Of their places of' business either Miami developers Mlnenberg the crop expected to reach the .1

n metals and rubber : pay the license' 'thereon or the and J. K. Zevln. (Mr. Zevln Is a market within the next few days.

.(:'ration with the WPA l i N ll authorities wllf 'confhlcate them. brother-in-law of I. Lecln. pres Since Thursday, April 2, when t ,
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oard of the USDA will PaperThe ent-owner of the Bradford Photo the movement first reached substantial
county within In order to get* them back, the '
redford Shop.) This property sold for In proportions, approxi-
weeks, to obtain' owners! will have to pay the 11- the
few neighborhood of $100 per mately 5,885 crates have been
liable piece o f scrap I cense and in addition the officer'sfee front foot, Mr. Clute stated Wednesday 1)) shipped from Starke and Lawtey

d be of vital Importance for picking them up. "and is a clear Indica- at an average price of $4,60 per'
itlonul defense program, Sheriff A. 04 Andreu has a tion that the trend. of development crate. Gross to growers& Is estimated '
gent L. T. Dyer, secree bright, shining 'fmarble' board" ''Is /Cast! at 31.627.75: for the 6-day

local board said this down payment on Starke's new era of clvle developmentIs gracing his office In the court- The developers are proceeding harvest '
held here by City Clerk Carl Johns In three checks from Uncle house, which he took from a service at once to Improve the property r The market started off etrong'and t

attending the meettng, Sam, adding up to a grand total of 9110800.. These valuable bits station about a mile south with five large, modern stores. reached a peak at Lawtey i
rise the local war board, of paper< represent the first allotment ((23 percent<< of the total) of on Road 13. There are likewise The corner store has been leased P. (Jake) Roberts Slarke Saturday when fruit sold as high
stored away I n Mayor Wain- automobile dealer, who In making as $6.65 Stt-plnt crate. Few ,,'
ward A. Kleuppelburg, federal funds provided for Starke's three big projects now under (subject to completion of the per .
wrl ht'8 office .in the City Hall his Initial bow In politic by run- berries have sold for less than $4.
rvlsor. and W. S. Sibley way.. The first divided follows title) to I. Agree of New York,
the Federal land money wad as : Sewerage project. : three weighing machines and five Mr. Clute said, "who will ning lira representative to the and there was no Indication of a
948,123 water works carry
; extension project, 937,238; fire station project grip-testing machines which have full line of patent drugs com- Slate LeglMlature from Bradford break yesterday with the range v I

r Important feature of $8.747.Cab i been picked up''here' and there mercial and social stationery, County. "Jake" IN a na&l01 still from $4 to $4.35.: ..... I
Ing was to' work' out throughout Stark Sixteen in all cameras, photo supplies, and a Graham and own a home at Buyers are active- on both the '

the farmers of rural have been picked tip. It was stated ; photo-finishing plant." llruoker. I Lawtey and Starke platforms, ..
county who will con- Driver Election OfficialsFor at the City Council Tuesday ;. with berries being sold via the

pledging to buy defense night. f Thief Yields auction method at the State Far-
d bonds until the war On these machines, either no Davis Elected tars Market. George Inman Isauctioneer.
Beaten Robbed licence had been paid or they did To Persuasion ; ;

I ature follows closely: ,up- PrimaryAt not have a "sticker" in a visible Gives Money Back
announcement that the place on the machine showing Head Of Rotary

nt would ask that every Shortly after midnight Tues the regular meeting Mon- that such license had been paid. Mills Edna Cllmon. waitress In Fire Equipment

I person in the Country day night Wlllard Jordan, who day of the Board of County Commissioners One is just as important as the the Patel Union Lunch, near' the
himself to purchased drives a Mack cab; was held up, the following clerks other, from the standpoint( of the L. A. Davis, local lumber and Union Bun Station, persuaded> R. ;
f ( bonds at regular' in- beaten and robbed by three soldiers and Inspectors were selected for law, it was stated. This is destined building supplies dealer, was D. Anderson, white burglar, to Bids Advertised ,
who took his car and droveIt holding the first primary electionon to be another big week In elected president of the Starke give back the money he had stolen I

ounty war board meets to the Camp; threw away the Tuesday May 5, 1942. that respect, If licenses are not Rotary Club at the regular lunch- from the cafe Monday morning The City of Starke Is calling

Idny) to make further keys and climbed over a fence Precinct No. 1, Lawtey-Carl paid promptly( aa Police Chief A. eon meeting held' Wednesday In March 90.According. for bids up until 2 P. M. (KWT)

r collecting scrap iron :into the reservation. Jordan, Carter clerk; John Shuford, Jack L. Alvarea has promised to see the Methodist recreational and to W. K. Thornton, Wednesday, April 15, for "fur-
farms and for the de- wandering around bloody and almost Howe and Charlie Gaaklns, In- that they are brought in. educational building the arresting officer, and Misses nlshlng and Installing fire station I I

id pledge campaign next unconscious, was picked up spectors; Joe Hoover, photographer, was Dorothy and Edna Gllsson, sisters, and equipment in and for
oca I committeemen from and taken to the Camp hospital Precinct No. 2. North Starke- Followers'Fingerprinted elected vice-president; W. H. who work at the cafe, officers the city of Starke." These "seated
pus communities are to Four stitches were taken In his Julian Peek, clerk: C. R. Cooper, 'Camp Hart, furniture More manager, Leuders and Ballard drove, away bids" will be received by the f
:h the board, Mr. Dyer head, according to A. E. McKln- G. L. Sapp, T. S. Williams and secretary; and D. P. Carpenter, from the cafe about 5:45: : A. M., City Council at the City offices,

ney, owner of the cab. Leon Renfroe. inspectors; druggist, was re-elected treasurer.The just as the girl were opening up. "at which time and place all bids I
Mr. McKinney received a phone new officers will take The officers had seen the man fn- will be publicly opened and read
Precinct No. 3 South StarkeR.
call from the hospital about 3 Griffith charge of the affairs of the club Bide the place'but supposed that aloud." ''I t y
Buford. ; Eugene
oHeld A M., Wednesday,' went out to In July. Mr. Davis will succeed he belonged there. City Clerk Carl Johns announced ;
E. A. Brown, Herbert Grlffls The City and County authorities .
the Camp and brought back Mr. Inspectors; are glad to have the wives of the ,1A. F. Brown, attorney. After the"'girls had opened up, to the City Council In session
Jordan and towed In the cab. The In addition to the four officers: Edna Gllsson went to the electric Tuesday night that, a letter had
in the forces of the
men armed
Death Precinct No. 4, Graham-R. S. ] the board of 'directors for the from the War Production
uto was much' better and the refrigerator where she had kept '
: husbands
Wasdln.clerk; Frank Mbernathy, country follow Jthelr -will be of the Board In Washington to the effect I I
only damage to 'the.car wart the In new yese composed $38 -on 'cold storage until she ;I I
around 'to the variouscamps 'I' i
-" Will McEver and Cart Johna l inspectors
lost keys." There". Is no clue to order to be as near them and see following. members: K.: K: 'Petryman. could put It where It belonged.; that because of the ruling on
''ner'a jury Monday: after- the, robbery, although Mir. Jordan ; i them as often as possible. No Jos. E. Wilson, W. P: Smith She saw' two things that amazedher priorities, there was serious doubt
ght in a verdict of man- says he could identify the three Precinct No. 9, Hampton doubt the military authorities are and M. F. Brown. : the money was gone and an as to'whether all .necessary equip I
against H. Williams, men If he should see them again. Luther Wattenon clerk; Walter also glad when that Is possible. Two new members V. W. old acquaintance R. D, Anderson, ment for the fire station could be
In the automobile killing According to the cab driver's Griffin, C. M. Dennison and L. Howard, manager of the Starke was In the rear of the cafe. secured at this time, and suggested
J. Inspectors But the three authorities are Coca-Cola Co. and II. N. Fairbanks substitution of The
urday night of George story, the three soldiers wanted Wynn ; Upon being questioned, he admitted equipment.
orge") Heuderson also him to take them to Lawtey. Precinct No. 6, Theressa-W. C. cooperating in the Camp Blandingarea local manager for the that he had taken the Council went on record as opposing ''
on Road 13 about two When they had gotten about half Collins, clerk; Bill Hall D.J.. to see to It that the numberof Florida Power & Light Co., were money and was easily persuaded any changes In proposed i
ith of Starke. way there (one manwas* sittingIn Phillips and Albert Sullivan! Inspectors female "camp followers( who received into the club a t this to give It back. equipment, preferring to wait un- j
Ing to Jailor J. B.. Rowe, the front seat with him and ; are visiting with the soldiers for meeting. t II 1 that originally appropriated
no good Is reduced to W. E l Thornton arrested An-
purpose was forthcoming rather than to
ely after the inquest, the other back
two in the
), a Precinct No. 7, New River-M.
the minimum. Only Wednesday at derson about 6 A M., and placed f
accept something ,
was released from euaI man In the rear hit him In the Clerk Reddlah An- Changes MadeIn
Wiggins, ; the Courthouse the authorities him In the County Jail. HIM trial .
ball and has engagedchad head with a bottle. When he drews, E. L. Kelly and N. G. ,- held
were taking pictures and fingerprinting Roll will be In the spring term
Gainesville attor- looked around to had Pauper Nollmans ContinueTo
efend see Moody, Inspectors; certain "women" who of Circuit Court, April! 27
him." happened, the man In the front Precinct No. 8, Brooker-L. R. were In Starke for Immoral pur At the regular meeting of the Build Houses '
[George, as he Is famll seat struck him again.
Caine). Clerk; Johnnie Douglas, poses Board of County Commissioners Mixon To '
wn In Starke where heed They then robbed him of ".10-
N. O. Hayes andr. C. Stewart, held last Monday, the following Mr. and Mrs W II. Nollman
on the streets for the and beat him more, because he who
inspectors. stricken from the Large New CafeA. already own a series of
name0' were
ears, was walking along didn't have more money. They Eighth AnniversaryTo small residences I n "NoliwoodVillage"
roll for stated
way when he was struck wanted to go "jooklng" and that pauper reasons : M.
Be CelebratedBy Will and Mixon veteran restau- to the rear of their large
Jones Mrs.
Hughes, Lilly
aaw' car, and died Inwlth was not enough. They threatened Notary Public bond for Catherine reteur who opened the A & A residence on :Madison street, are ,,
Ida Chase were approved for old
a broken neck, ac- to kill him he stated, but he Kelly in the amount of $500, TabernacleApril assistance Mrs. Lena Grlf- Cafe In Starke a year ago, and constructing two more at the
to Mr. Rowe. begged off telling them that If executed by E. L. Matthews and age ; who established the A & A present time. One Is a garage
they .killed him the authorities Nat Sternberg as sureties was ap I 7 marked the eighth anniversary fin was approved for aid to de- Luncheonette In the Park Theatre apartment, which Is about ready
pendent children; Mrs. Annie Mae
irs Invited would surely find them, while If proved. of the establishment of building! a few weeks ago for 'occupancy and has already
Giles moved from the county.
they .spared his life the chances the Mission Hall work In Starke, after the cafe on South Thompson been rented. '' i
alk A Letter' were that they would not find Survivor Tells which Is sponsored by Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Bryant was placedon street burned, Is again about to The other Is a duplex apartment
them. One of them took over the Mrs. J. T. Quigley and as Is the the pauper roll at $5 per operate on a large scale. of four rooms each, to be built of
[rt Vincent, professional driver's seat, and made Mr. Jor- Of Ship SinkingEddie custom a suitable anniversary month. The allowance of Soloman He has rented the entire space concrete blocks. R. II. Mathe &
nd recording technician, dan sit between them with Ills program was given Sunday night, Kite was raised to $6 per month, formerly occupied by the Orange Son are the contractors, and the
Hglnated. "living letters"the head under the dash board. Borges 37. of Bell Fla., I appropriate to the Easter season. while that of :Mandy Grlffls was Lines bus station in the Rabeck building will be ready within

boys In the army They drove back through who was on the ,Standard Oil : Instrumental music, songs and raised to $10 per month. building on the corner of Walnut three or four weeks, Mrs Noll
will be at the YMCA Starke and on out to the Camp tanker, "E eo Nashville," when it recitations were given by the IS L. L. Dedenbaugh was allowed and Madison streets, and will operate man stated 'Tuesday, !U materialcan
from 1 to 9:30: P. :M. Suns past B gate, turned 'up a side was torpedoed off Cape Hatteras, children and a few older ones $10 for the Immediate relief assistance a first-class cafe there, he be had promptly.
IB bringing his own road to the fence and climbed the March 21, enroute dram Port taking part. Besides the local of his wife. The Board stated Tuesday. He succeeded

nt, Robert B. Wear, dl- fence to safety.School Arthur, Texas to New Haven, group participating, a special artistic approved the removal of :Mary Clarence Williams In the Orange For The 'Home Boys
stated Wednesday and Conn., stopped over In Starke fora Feltograph illustration was Bryan, an Indigent from Putnam Lines bus lunch there about a
ord letters either indlvt- few hours Wednesday. The given by Corbin and Gene Carnellof County, Into Bradford County.J. month ago< has now rented the Thanks to two local organizations '
r In groups. Benefits tanker, carrying 120.000 barrels Ormond. the talented childrenof M. Anderson was requestedto whole place and Is remodelling It. -the Woman's Club and
Vincent Is making a tour From Acuff Show of fuel oil, left Port Arthur Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Carnell. remove fallen and down timber New equipment ls being Installed the Rotary Club Headquarters)

,JSO units in the United March 15. A baptismal service was held and reopen the channel of the for the kitchen so that food Detachment, 2nd Bn., 124th Infantry
hat are being operated by According to E. L. Williams It had a crew of 40 officers and Sunday afternoon at Whippor- Lawtey ditch at a price of $50. can be'served on a volume scale. (Starke's own outfit) now
'-A, and wUl be glad to principal of B. H. S., Roy Acuff men, all of whom were saved, will Cove on Lake Santa Fe. The space Is being painted has a well-furnished day room at

soldiers "talk" a letter and his Smoky Mountain boys, Mr. Borges said "That is the Announcement was made by School Caretaker throughout and will have a capa- Ft. Bennlng. The boys used
jnday. who put on a show In the school first time that all hands have the sponsors of an addition to be city for 24 to 26 persons Although quite a bit of Ingenuity themselves
rill also bring with him auditorium last Friday night, ever been saved," he stated, and made to the Tabernacle which Hired For SummerAt the K & M will not be piecing together a good
istorlcal recordings, glv- were "an overwhelming success he accounted for' it In the following will contain a large Mission Hall formally open for a week or ten radio from several old sets and
actual vocal reproduction financially and otherwise." So way: "Every man had on offices, work room etc. This the meeting of the County days yet, Mr. Mixon will continueto rustling up other furnishings. At'
men as Theodore Roose- large was the crowd that ,it was a non-sinkable suit, manufacturedby structure will be of brick: and the Board of Public Instruction Mon serve from the counter as In recent meetings, the Woman's .
rk Twain and P. T Bar- necessary to give two performances a man who once had a nar- present building will later be rebuilt day Brady Bryant janitor for the part while the new cafe Is Club donated $30 and the Rotary
ich he reproduced many lasting from 8 until nearly, row escape from drowning under to conform to the new BHS, was engaged to work during being placed in readiness. Club |20 to help the cause along
::0. 12 o'clock. similar conditions." They were In structure. Material Is now being the summer as a combination and to let the boys know that t

Gate receipts were $427, Mr. the water 12 hours before being placed on the ground for this janitor and night ,watchman, Prison PageantIs they are not forgotten by the
Consciences Williams stated and the school picked up, and arrived In Savan- work. The Mission and Tabernacle ginning in the late afternoon be-I I folks back home.

received 2$ percent as its share, nah, Ga., on tl. U.' 8. S. Cal- work will then be central continuing until, late at night. Highly Praised

line that "An honest or $93.82 of the net, after Fed- lopossa, a coast guard cutter. bed and be more accessable. Lee Gainey was re-elected jan- I What! No Flags? I
t"e noblest The sponsors are very gratefulto itor at the Brooker school for "The Shadow of the Cross an
work of God" eral taxes were deducted.
,*- even U a person must The Smoky Mountain boys Joseph L. McDonoughJoseph the loyal friends who have next year. A leave of absencewas Easter pageant presented by Inmates A patriotic, publicspiritedStarke "
'l"n driven to honesty! broadcast the grand ole opry assisted so nobly during the past granted to Mrs Alice Fernandez of the State Prison last citizen hailed the reporter -

'k Aharextore received regularly over WBM. Nashville, Lemuel McDonough ,little eight years. Lansing. BHS teacher, Friday night, was a real creditto Wednesday and said:
for the school 1942-43. She the actors and to the Instructor On
'slag letter from featured Rachel and 6-months-old son of Sergeant term "I'll give you a news story.
: : an pxeoldler her brother They Oswald; Pap and his and IIrP., Francis McDonough, Keeping Up Tradition will spend the time In Texas with Chaplain L. A.Shepherd Army Day there was not a
'It a week before Christ'nt jug band Pete and Jess and died Monday at Ralford and was her husband. Visitors from Starke and Lake single flag to be seen on the
to Your ; fiddle. burled In Sapp cemetery there The late Col. W. T. Weeks' a Butler was present and were very streets of Starke!" But Is that
tort| to Velma and her bass
t'..1..... \VLUe there buy Thursday at 2 P. M. De Witt C. veteran of the War Between the To'1I1anage Kitchen agreeably surprised by the talent news? Cannot the same thing
f Dante that I sow Jones had charge of funeral ar- States and for whom the localU. evidenced The Mage setting was be said of MacArtuur day and
!'\toeing no WB very Marriages Boom rangements. A chaplain from D. C. chapter Is named has W. C. (Heavy) Burch who has very effective, especially consld- of all other such days except
lsvnt+ and aroand with I Camp Blanding officiated at the the following grandsons now In been driving a taxicab for the ring the fact that It was all arranged the Fourth of July And only
nf the "acre.politely walk- Marriages boom along time. services. the Army: Capt. J. W Brownlee, Starke Taxi Service since October by those taking part, with eight miles from the second
I the loot two toen on everything else In war Judge E. First Lt. J. M. Brownlee, Jr., 1940, will open the kitchen of the limited facilities for construction. largest Army camp In the
ailing months. so According to County Capt. Harold C. Wall, First Lt. Military Inn Monday. The United States! And with all
'. The you price the money fop K. Ferryman during the 180 months Want Cattle Gap S. T. Dell. Jr., Corporal W. T. kitchen had been closed for sev- Second Statement these tine "hltchlng-posts" (ex- ;i

i. I am of the pants of February and March mar- The City Council Tuesday night Weeks and Corporal A. E. Wall eral months, Mr. Burch stated parking meters) with holes
hlC'1t I .pnlUng think you nine riage licenses: were Issued In voted to wire J. II. Dowllng, Chief This shows that the younger generation Wednesday. "We will serve good Candidates must file their second just the sight size for a flag
win cover Bradford County-90 in Februaryand Engineer with the State Road are keeping up the family food-Southern style," he said. statement of political campaign pole to occupy! And with the I t
90 In March. "Of this number not to forget to In- tradition o f their grandfather, His ''wife. Josephine formerlycook expenses between the dates City of Starke In possession of
""eforgllvsorry: for What J ," said the Judge, "80 percentor I stall a cattle gap at the outskirts who was a prominent figure for at Maude's lunch room, will of April 23 and April 27 Clerkof fifty excellent flags which can
Yours 5 me.' more were Issued to soldiers. of Starke when they build: Road many years In Starke and Brad be associated with him In the the Circuit Court A. J. Thomas be had for a songand two or
truly This month will show even a work. announced this week. three dollars!
\n 261 to Camp Blanding. ford County. I
Honest Soldier." greater number, he said. I

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service will to her home in Brewster N Y., SAMPSON CITY week-end with
whose In the ne
taken, and placed In non-combat be watched career with Interest by all after spending two months with Ity Mrs. H. E. Jones sister.ln-law Ml brot\\..
. The Bradford County Telegraph Second, Congress will probably pass a measure who knew him. Bucky was Inducted the Rev. and Mrs. Herbert Haz- son Brannen.: and I(n

providing for government support of men's de- zard. Howard Brown, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. S
Established: 1877FLOR1QPRESS at Blanding In February.
pendents. Then tho millions of men In the 3-A Miss, Gertrude Haziard:: spent Mrs. Lem Brown left Friday for and Mra Heste. alpd I

MEM.BEIS classification will gradually be taken. Selective ARMY FAMILIES IIKKE: Easter week with her father, Rev. Mobile, Ala., where he will be lawn were vLyhlnNr If

1" ; ASSOCIATION Service Boards have recently been reclassifying Lawtey continues to play hostto Herbert Hazzard. Miss Hazzard employed In defense work. I Rosier Sunday afternoon!

''F' NAIIa.' men with wives who are self-supporting, changing an Increasing number of residents teaches at Linden Hall, Litltz, Pa. Freeman Varnes of Indiana was I Mrs. Marietta
AL bbTOCtIALASSOQAnoN'( connected with Camp Blan- Mrs. Dora Dawson of Shedd, here visiting his uncle, Millard R08l/r, N
them to the 1-A bracket. M. Rosier
I', iEty i 19,41 to ding either in a military or civil Oregon left for Los Angeles, Cal., Varneo, recently.Mrs. and daugiUIIJ
____ Editor and Owuer Third, the registration of older men (up
___ Walter
6: L. capacity. It Is a pleasure to list after upending several months Smith from Hawthorne Lee: and
-- -- ---- --- -- 64)) will give the government exhaustive Information some of the soldiers and their with her sister, Mrs. Mary Ben was visiting her son, Hogan Rosier, and 1I a
SUBSCRIPTION KATE reservoir of manpower which Is Jimmy Lee
concerning a
e charming wives: Smith Sunday.
;,, I Yearly $1.13; Six: Months 91.00- too old for actual combat, but which can be called St. Sgt. and Mrs. Addison A. nett.Mr.. and Mrs. Will Edwards Mrs. Alice Anderson was the visiting Mrs. J, S. ROller

upon for other necessary duties These men, for Nalley, St. Sgt. and Mrs. R. K. spent Saturday In' Jacksonvillewith guest of Mrs. W. H. Smith last. BUS

FU: ;, .bushed weekly on Fridays and Entered..See- example, could be used for farm labor, and for Cline, St. Sgt. and Mrs. Jimmie her children, Mary and Bil- Thursday. Leave Starke IV.SCQF.D1.I..!<<

4 sad CUM Matter at the Post Office at Stake, Flaw work In war Industries. They could release youngermen A. Nail Master Sgt. and Mrs. C. I lie.Mrs. I Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Jones and Leav. Starke ? ._, IN
Iw< dd haI' for the fighting force If this war goes on R. Eaton Tech. Sgt. and Mrs. D. Stella R. Carradine was In Miss Mamie Hall were shoppingin Leave Lea. Btarka Starke ." Ij

It Is considered Inevitable that the M. Blanton. Cpl. and Mrs. Claude Jacksonville Saturday. Starke last Friday. Leave Starke I.>
long enough.
// You're Able-Rodied, Under 40- will decide where, when and for how Brooks Lt. and Mrs. William A. Lester Slade of Hampton has Leave Leave Btarka Starke !I.'ij

To government Cheshire and son BUlle. built a new house here and Is occupying Leave Stark ... 'M
Get Ready FightAt work. HIGHLAND ...
much will *
pay you All of these officers hall from It with his family, Leave Starke -lIU
the present time, there are slightly! more Foutth, there Is a definite poaslblllty that we Amarillo (Deep In the heart of) By Miss Beth WknberlyMra '' Leave aealfabouj. <
}' than J.000.000: men In the American Army. There will eventually classify and conscript: womanpower I Texas.Lt. H. C.: Wimberly was a EVERGREEN Leave Starke _. IN

1.000.000! more men In, the Navy, and about That I* already being done on a volunteer basis, Lea.. Starke -. "..ttN
r are and :Mrs Louis A. Kirkseycome visitor to Starke Tuesday By Mrs F. A. Rosier Lea.. Rtarke ". Ia
# SOO.OOO in the Air Force. That marks an Immense and In time It may be done on an enforced basis. to Florida from Brownwood, C. M. Grlffls made a trip to Lea.Leave Starke atarke ...' ._' 1M'

1 change from .+ few years ago, when the Army wee Women can drive cars, run elevators, serve as Texas.P. Starke Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Rosier and -reee t:U

jf p down to around 1SO.OOO men, and the other mlll- clerks In shops, perform many operations In war F. C. and Mrs. Arnold R. Mrs. J. R. Smith of Baldwin ton,' Howell, of Jacksonville were Leave Leave Stark.Kl"Starke .. h

t tary branches: were also negligible so far as numbers industry, and do a thousand-and-one other Jobs Lambert. Pvt. Lambert halls from visited friends here Saturday.Miss visiting Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Rosier Leave Starke .. rN

j' k' are concerned. But the change that will take which are now being performed by men the military I Selma. Ala., and the Mrs. Is a Sunday. Leave 8tark. ___"_ h 1N
returned weelA
N. C. Beth Wimberly, Mrs. Bill Spears and children ....
Tar Heel from Blacoe,
according to current plans want.What Leave Starke __
In the future, forces I .
{ -
weeks' visit I
1 St. Sgt. and Mrs. Euel R. Lambert Friday from a two William and Patricia, of Raiford I (Tallahassee Spec,
4r'" win be Infinitely greater-and will have an Infinitely will be left for civilian production, civilian with her brother, Harry C. Wlm Leave Starke
Lambert of her Mr.
a brother of A. R. are guests parents, Leave
L if' greater effect on the normal ways of the life? also halls from Selma, Ala. Mrs. berly, and family of Eagle Lake. ,and Mrs. W T. Brannen. ''Leav. Starke fltarke __, Ip
p The answer Is clear: "The barest minimum of Mrs. A. H. Green and Mrs Nelson Leave StarkeTallahassee <
,y Lambert is a Yankee lady from 101181\ Iretta Brannen spent the \
i 'h r Y nation.Top military men believe that the Army will what Is needed." If thla war lasts long enough, Newton Center, :Mass. T. Green and children of ( 9pkyj

b have to be Increased to 8,000,000 men and perhaps the drain on our human resources will be as greatas P. F. C. and Mrs. John K. : Lawtey, visited relatives here

,,4 still more-that the Navy will have a personnel In Germany England, Japan, or anywhere else. Packard. This gentleman halls, Wednesday.Miss .

t of around 2.oo0OOO-.and that the Air Force will The home fires will be kept burning by women, as does his good wife, from Highland Janie Marr spent the SAFE! FAST! COMFORTABLE!

also reach the 2,000,000 mark. In short, If this by men who are unfit for military service, and by Fall N. Y. week-end here with her mother,
4q Cpl. and Mrs. A F Pope, are Mrs. Ruth Marr, returning to her -
war continues, between 12,000,000 and 13,000,000 old men. Then, when the war Is over, the vast
from Menard, Texas home In Jacksonville Sunday aft AND ECONOMICAL!
p men will be required for military service. job will start of reestablishing life on a peacetime
P. F. C; and Mrs. Adrlen L. ernoon.
Not all of these men, by any means, will be basis. ''
ansby, hall from Meridian, Mrs. Elgin 'Padgett of Mac-
combat troops A major Army Is a world of Its In the meantime, any man In good health who Texas. clenny is spending several weeks RIDE THE BUSSES

4$. I., own, requiring every kind of skill, talent, craft Is not beyond the registration age limits, shouldbe Lt. and Mrs. Armin A. Wehrle, ,.with Mr. and Mrs. Lee Moore.

t and profession. For, each man In the fighting prepared for sudden disruption of his economic, Is from Thomaston Conn., and Mr. and Mrs L. J. Norman .Courteous, Correct Information

lines, there must be several men behind the linesIn social and domestic life. This war is being fought his wife comes from Darien, were visitors to Starke Saturday. '

the departments of ''supply, communication, "for keeps" and all the wealth of the nation, Conn. Our farmers are beginning to : 'Given You At .

lit transportation, etc. The same thing la true of human and material alike, is dedicated to winningIt. Lt. and Mrs. Harry A. Kendall market their strawberry crop for i
and Lt. and Mrs Robert Keith, this season. Berries are good UNION BUS STATION
;J the Navy and Air Force. But all of these men, I I
I who with their from and for
wUl wives, are prospects a good yield
whether they serve with guns or with tools,
the Insurance state. and good prices are excellent.
uniforms and all of them will be out I
be ,
Farmers Aren't "Getting Rich"The Cpl. and Mrs. Tony Kinna man,
of civilian life. Coleman, Texas.
Dairymen's League News of New York,
.a The reasons for planning so vast a military Pvt. and Mrs. Thomas E. Bo-
P recently had this to of the farmer in war NO TIME SWAP
J establishment are obvious. We must figure on a from Coleman, Texas. ,
time: "Instead of striking for shorter hours and
'' long war whose end will be the actual land Invasion I Sgt. and Mrs Raymond R.
b of Axis countries. It Is still hoped that this will higher pay, he and his family have been for some Greaves, Coleman, Texas. PROVED ABILITY FOR INEXPERIENCE!

time working longer hours, cutting out the movies, Pvt and Mrs. Amos A. Ward, .
not be necessary and that Germany and Japan
going without new clothes and many other thingsin Cent raila, Mo.
will collapse. But It would be the height of folly
'.e an earnest, patriotic effort to keep their heads Pvt. and Mrs. Ross V. Chandler For Railroad Commissioner
i1r to plan on that. We must, instead, plan on doingIt
Mrs. Chandler la from North
above water and to do the best job they can pos ""
It the hard way. Carolina and he comes from Cen- M (Group One>)>
sibly do for Uncle Sam. In the Interest of national
t'' What will be the effect of this demand for victory'for ralla, 110.Some .
defense and democracy-are they
manpower for the military services? break of these people are from Vote to Re-elect
fair ?
getting a
large cities and have been accustomed -
E First, we can be sure that every man under The rises that have occurred In farm prices t o housing facilities EUGENE S. MATTHEWSHe

forty, without dependents1, and without a job which have obscured the fact that the cost of everythingthe which are unavailable in any

j In considered absolutely vital to. the war effort, farmer must have-labor, feed, machinery, small community. They are readily
will be inducted, and soon. Men who are physic supplies, taxes-has risen fast. Many a farmeris adapting themselves to the crowded has a Jong record of able and efficient service as Railroad Con-

1!; 1 ally unfit, of course, will be exceptions-but men ) actually getting less retj\ return now than In the condition and limited accommodations missioner and his broad knowledge of transportation and communicato
is needed in these critical times. His re-election is of first
with relatively minor physical disabilities will be days of lower prices.l'tfl.1 afforded in our mushrooming problems
I town. They are nice people importance to the State. Vote for him and urge your friends std

y' And An asset tn anY rnm. acquaintances to do likewise.

:,: A ROUND LAWTE ountty.Gladto'hav R. A. Grift was 'In you.Marianna (Political edrertaemeiit paid for by mppertire ef E.g... S. MalHitwt"" )

Y Sunday visiting' his two small
!IJ ;, ; With F. R. ..Carradine -" sons, Donald Ray' and Gene, who' -

are enjoying a' long visit with

,' LAWTEY CONVALESCENTS: the parents of Mrs. Griffis.
LATE BERRY CROP Mr and Mrs. W. Halite Jones
Seen on the street for the first
NOTlbE BRINGING TOP PRICES ot Starke were visiting Mr. Jones' ARMORY n /
time since his serious Illness Is
lkx A. H. Harley Sr. Glad to see To the people living In the The Berry season Is under way uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. STAK

t i ? ; t you out, Mr. Ex-Mayor. vicinity of Lawtey: finally. After a late Easter cool Louis> H. Hill Sunday. Mr. Jones GUARD t- Q.

I The Bradford County Telegraph snap, the season opened with a Is connected with Florida Power
"Uncle Jeff" Roberts Is and
up with Ita usual InterestIn bang. Thursday, April 2, found and Light Company in Starke.
about It Is that
{ reported Lawtey, has done me the 140 crates on the platform sellingat Mr. and Mrs. Joe Shuford of
the nurse charged no dern much
s honor of accepting my feeble an average of 12 1-2 cents per Jacksonville spent Sunday here
Uncle Jeff
Just had to out
la+ offerings for the Lawtey col pint. Friday was warmer with with Mr and Mrs. J. S. Shuford
of bed so he could fire her. Must
v umn. I will appreciate the cooperation the market hotter; 300 crates and Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Plummer, :
be BO. Uncle Jeff Is and the
1 up ,
f # nurae Is out. of everyone In help- reaching the market returningthe their respective parents.Bob a J
Ing me gather news of Interestto farmer from $4.00 to $3.95, Dinkins was In Lawtey
ti +' Little George Roberta Is rapidly our county. This Information mostly $::1. Saturday the marketwas Sunday with his father Chas. k

rounding back Into condition, must be in my hands by as hot as a quarter's worth Dinkins, who has been seriously N a.I
'4 t' we are glad to advise. Tills sweet of matches. Your 111 for the
Tuesday afternoon for the following reporter was past several daysi Its
nl little fellow has just gone thru a Friday's insertion. Newsof delightfully flabbergasted when, hoped that Mr. Dinkins will "Nothing

k most serious Illness and Lawtey any kind will be accepted. upon visiting the platform, he soon be fully recovered.

i has not one citizen It Is happier Good news, bad news, small heard $&65 per crate. Oh for the Mr. and Mrs Horace Cox of W ,irk
1 ,, to see get well than this popular news and large news. Just so life of a farmer! The range was Jacksonville were In Lawtey Sat \2(

3 cL little man. Its news It will do.Thanks. $4 to $6.63 on approximately 350 urday and Sunday visiting the refreshes likethe

rd Genial Officer "Bub" Carter Is crates.A parents of Mrs. Cox, MY.: and

hovering around the berry plat F, R. Carradine total of 1,100 crates found Mrs. P. Lk Dinkins.

v form gathering In some of those their way to the market Mondaywith Ross Prevatt, son of Mrs. Lizzie j--;

fancy prices for his berries after a range In price of $4 to Prevatt, is home 'for several days y'.zr E 6 s. ,1I
a nice dose of Bub looked LAWTKY: WAR nERO ] sr
mumps. $6.05 per crate. Quality mostly furlough. Ross was Inducted at rea thing p
l f kinda bad for a while but berry Mr. and Mrs. Robert Covlngton excellent with day's average at Handing. Feb. 24, and was sent

season works wonders with Law of Jacksonville, were visiting Mr. 15c per pint, or $::1.40 crate. to Camp Stewart at Savannah.St. .
Itl k tey I people. Covlngton's parents here this Tuesday found the market } o
Sgt and Mrs. Addison A. t
week. Bob Is Lawtey's first hero
tAWTEV BOYSHELP somewhat weaker with approximately Nalley, St. Sgt. and Mrs. R. .CocaCola"fM
of this He Is K. I
f war. In the merchant I
1,250: crates
f going
f'11 tl AX TilE AXIS marine service and had the $4 Cline and Master Sgt. and Mrs. .
to $4.60 .
mostly U.2:1.IIIaun'
ks 7 Lawtey has contributed Its unenviable experience of havinghis C. R. Eaton were in Jacksonville

( % share of boys to the great effort chip torpedoed. This occur BUYKKS'ARRIVE: for the week-end. Jacksonville

,w p, '' .being made to feed the axe to red the day after the Island of Most recent arrivals In the : Beach was also visited and the

t the Axis. Hill C. Walnwrlght Is Aruba was shelled by a German strawberry buyers' fraternity Include : Texans were greatly impressed

now at Fort Bragg, N. C.. after submarine Bob Is home recuperating our old friends Bernard W i with this beautiful spot..
$ a r several months training at Fort from a seriously wrenchedhip. Peele and Monroe Adams. These St.. Sgt. and Mrs. Jimmle A.

1 Sill In Oklahoma. BiU'a tank la He returns to sea shortly to gentlemen have become fixtures : Nail, Tech. Sgt. and Mrs. D. M. ,

now 1st Lieutenant. Lawtey Is continue his splendid work of during berry season and are always I Blanton and Cpl. and Mrs. Claude s
proud of this boy Good old Brooks spent the week-end Int.
I transporting supplies necessary to welcomed back by a Host of
Fata' Bill Harrell Is at Denning the prosecution of the war. Unafraid lends. I [ Augustine. The old Fort and
and confldentally, we understand other points of Interest ,
becauHe of his experienceand Mr. Peele Is a Tarheel from I ,, were fc dF
with a rating. Fonzo Prevail 1.now I I.. visited. A most ,
hoping to .see one of the Chadbourne, N. C., and Mr. ,. enjoyable day '
a 'Yank In Britain.! His' rei.atlves German rats sunk. You carry Adamo hails from Seaford Del. I was had In that quaint and beau. s

having received several let.ters every good wish with you. Bob, I Iful old city.
since his arrival in Another of our popular berry
Ireland. that your little community can Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Lastinger
Likes It fine and can hardly wait give, and Its appreciation of having buyers Is Mr. Art. Meyer of New and daughters, Elsie and Jeanette -

for a go at the Hun. Included In at one time been the homeof York. Mr. Meyer Is just in from of Daytona Beach were here
jc it the most Plant City and likes the t'tiY A
recent Inductees from a man like you. Dauntless Inspirit qualityof for several days visiting Mr. and ,
I, Lawtey Johnnie the Lawtey fruit the "Straw. J s
are Bennett, and strong In conviction. Mrs. T. T. Darley. '
.' Harvey Woods Everett berry that needs no, sugar.' Did it ever occur to you that Pause

Futch, and Drew Starling. Everett SCHOOL KIPS PICNIC CHAMP: BF.RRY GROWER the Initials of the fightlngest mann

Loadholtz was recalled to duty The seniors of Bradford High V R. (Dick) Ferguson is the earth, General Douglas A. Mac / Go refreshed
3g after being released because of Arthur spell the
held their accepted manner
annual Kid
Day partyat champion teller of berries In our
his age. He was, at the time ofcN' of spelling the epithet we Invariably -
his release, connected with the Goldhead Branch near Key book anytime. We saw a check apply to the Japs? or All it takes to get the feel of R
today In the amount of
tank corp at Fort Knox Ky. stone Heights Friday. Among $702.00In Germans? /
payment of 117 crates. 96 die /
Everett hopes to rejoin hla old those attending from Lawteywere Keeffee B. Harrell of Jacksonville
being Dick's refreshment is
t+ days picking, withJ. an ice-cold bottle of
Says he will never be : Misses Jewell Reddish, was In Lawtey Sunday visitIng .
{? G. Davidson picking the bal
satisfied until he drives Ills tank Patsy Lee Roberts Iretta Bran- ance. When his parents Mr and Mrs. J.
one man raise
1d's, ; 4lowu the WIllielmHtrasae In Ber nen and Cleo Norman Messrs., strawberries to the tune can of $576: L. Harrell. Keeffee Is connected Coca-Cola. Its taste has the flavor of TRADE-M ANK
lin. With these boys and all Dave Shuford Ovid with
(Old Daddy) per day that truth beats the Merita Bakeries In Jack
others now In the service of their Futch and Louie Lea Walnwrlght. any sonville.J. .

d. country, goes the humble gratitude An ample supply of fried chicken of in Commerce the records! of all Chambers H. Tatum of DeLand, fatherof refreshment. And 'it leaves you witha

+ of their loved ones, their with all appurtenances was "on Mrs, George W. Roberts of

!i; friend, and those who cannot go. hand to the complete satisfaction :METHODIST: CHURCH Lawtey celebrates his 76th birthday

p, We who stay here will wait for of all, the boys particularly. Especially Sunday School 10:30: A. M. Thursday, April 9. Many pleasant after-sense of being

these boys to cover themselves did 'Old Daddy' enjoy Church 11:30: A. M. happy returns of the day. Mr.

; with glory on the battlefield in this bounteous banquet.We Church 8:00: P. M. Tatum, and may you see many
.' -4 the air and on the sea, and pray Sermon Sunday, April 12: more years of these beautiful completely refreshed. Enjoy ice-cold
j to God, In his wisdom his good. are advised that William C. "After The Resurrection." Florida days of sunshine.
tmtl ness and his charity, to give them Woolen, Jr., U joining the Air Miss Adel Dlnklns
was visiting Coca-Cola. Its he reo/fnmg.I You
Corp on his 23rd birthday. This "BUCKY" trust its quality
?r power to fight a winning battle, IN MOBILE friends and relatives In Jacksonville -
and toy bring them safely home boy has a boat of friends whose The very popular John Sydney over the week-end. '

once again. hearts will swell with pride when Shuford ("Bucky" to his many Mrs Ross V. Candler and Mrs. iOTtllD UNOII
1 accounts of his exploits friends AUTHOIITT OP THe COCA.COLA COMPANY IT
against ) Is now at Mobile, Brook- Amos A. Ward
were in
l y Will H. Edward was In Lawtey the Axis drift back to his old ley Field. A boy, numbering his Jacksonville
Sunday visiting his family here. home. Tuesday. STARKE COCA-COLA
4* i. I : by hi a acquaintances Mrs. C. G. Frebch has returned


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ad ford High School Journal Tropical Isle Is Theme ,t t .I I r.

Of Junior Senior Banquet ;

Enttm! 'n-cbief Seniors Go "All Out" For Kid Day I Seniors ShiftNewspaper Band Members I Frollctng breezes fanned'Opening their memory books and
rhompsonDPIU I through the windows and the I looking at the menu the guests "

rioru Chatter Once a year the dignified seniors of B. II. S., let their hair Burdens I Stage Drive I street lamp were just bt'lIlnnlng'l' began to wonder Just what they

|gargle Mathews down and'go buck to their childhood days,for 24 hount. This. B. II. S. To Juniors : To Buy UniformsThe to twinkle. Twilight on 1 were going to eat. No recipe book
eighth nineteen hundred a n ell ever told how to make:
"elmll Norman traditional Kid Day usually falls around April J. and is the one day I Waiklkl
I forty-two found some sixty odd Cocktail
nloi Class In the year when anything gOt> -ttliort punt, pig tails, all-day The seniors have stepped aside one and only B. H. S, girls. surveying themselves I n Hawaiian Ham

Enos Reporters Hayes suckers! blow gum and baby dolls. Beat of all-iirhool authorities for a very capable crew of Jun- band U. rapidly pro g r e ssing. .1 long mirrors, adding an extra I Potatoes Papeete

rciul Cleo Norman obligingly turn their head* while Heritor boy and girls "play hookey" ora. From among these juniors Under the able Instruction of Mr. dab of color under the glare ofdressing Bull Beets '
;oberts, will come the leaders the staff. Bates, the band in. now what
and upend the day with manyof Into Tahitian Peas
a picnic lunch at Klngsley Lake or Gold lumps or tucking
Cla* News Inexperienced though we are, we I
us have wanted and worked
]tend Hrancli. little curl. A Samoa Salad
Parker Picture! below how how seniors looked all rented place an unruly
to become Reasoned sailors.
Mae for their annual uutke hope for.In few minutes later with sparklingeyes Mola Rolls Island Tea ,
News beJieve
Class up day held taut Friday: I
olor The seniors have lent a guiding the band, the members learn they were pinning", on del- Coconut Pot

therlne Nollman t land in the months past, but now not only how to play an Instl'umtnt. !cate corsages; and waiting with First on the program was a

unlor Reporters Bishop. Eva _.M.NI we must throw au8houlden\ to but they also learn how to thumping hearts for door bells to short, but witty welcoming address ,.M

avis Nina Markey .." the wheel and steer on. conduct themselves in a real business I- I ring. by the junior clasa pret4" ,

Iney, Martha In the coming year we hope to meeting Every Monday and Darkness quickly descended.- dent, Joo Andrews, after which

r. lave a better paper than ever Tuesday at opportunity period the The hands of the clock moved the juniors stood while he madea

ial x before. We are capable of pro- band holds Its business meetings.The i' with an even jerk toward eight toast to the nenlors.

DU> I SHIRK ducing the goods. The question band Is now trying to raise o'clock as cars rolled down Walnut Senior class president J. E. '

ORK OR like) to face AS e> N d. l It), will we? It will take a lot of money for Its uniforms and it Street and stopped before the Denmark, made a speech In response -i

any of us whether hard work, but WE CAN DO IT! arks for your cooperation in every Methodist Recreation Bull ding and also toasted the jun
[ but be M. :M. way possible. Tinkling laughter and hearty iors. Tbe senior class flower I.a la
we may
it or not begin a new During this school year the chuckles while boys dressed In red rose and their motto, "A
When we band has more than doubled in wins and winner .1
have many news Students'Find white pants and dark coals assisted quitter never a
rm we membership. We can truthfullysay \ girls In multi-colored evening never quite,"
intend to do _
and we u r
"Sixth Period"Very that the has' increased
doubt was membership gowns ashore on the chimerical Musical entertainment followed
ga. No Tit of this Useful I not only In quantity but Isle of Ami Onl The entrance and then the Inevitable, the not- ?
at the beginning In quality also. hula hula. danceto
to be onto the Island was made over a complete-without
and will continue what The following are members of pebbled stone bridge which "pan- the tune of the "Little Gray
the month
that is not During past begin-
But the band: ned the of Shack" was presented by Dot i
with right now. Itlog ning with the new war time, our sea green water. Along
log Drum Major Floyd Green. Faxon. Miss Faxon who
the banks and Interwoven over
make resolutions schedule has been slightly changed -
to Drum Majorettes Klverle: head luxuriant of her costume while' she was In
r was a growth i
has been
and extra period
them. an
then to keep term To-I added. This new "sixth" period Holland Ann Wilt. Mary Lee bamboo. The Inside of the build- Honolulu, wore a native grassskirt i
!e middle of the Overstreet, Bern Ice McMillan, Ing had been transformed Into a.' and blue satin top. Her
all of our. zest t. plays an Important part In our
e to lose r Marjorie Davis Wllla Jean Ma- ankles were adorned with flower r
: South Sea Island, jade green and
continue with a school now. Instead of using a ,
and i
k lone Wanda Pearce. anklets and her neck with lels. i
flaming with tropical flowers,
1 ?" attitude and class period for "B" Club, Pep
the use industry nor al, If' I Squad Glee Club, Newspaper i Trumpets -- Mac Futch, Billy ferns, and slender waving trees. In her brown hair hefwore vivid
creative Overslreet, Comer Perryman, Wild azaleas, that take red flowers '
school accepts this meetings, etc., we can use this away t
ve In these critical period. If we don't attend any I Billy Colson Billy Crosby, RalphWeathel.lngton your breath with their- loveliness, I The Impromptu talks, sparklingwith

kttltude.everything we do of thepe activities, we have some ,Elton Powell Joe and hanging clusters of purple the wlluf juniors who are
hen Monteith. noon to be seniors. and seasoned
wisteria contrasted
were against I
for a extra time for study. Once, when
{[ Is no room
there the snow white of bridal wreath with the sincerity of the'graduates -
Clarinets Mclnnla
Hugh ,
ambition. It the period was new, many pupils t"-
who lacks Left to right Selma McCall. Buck McMillan, Marble Mathews brought peals of laughterand
and the of
perfection dog-
better for him tllj said they had nothing to do, but Claude Johns. I a I lee n Janney waxy
far make room forgone Sonny Haynes and Carrie Belle Coker swing out of the entrance ol with suggestions from the teacher Buddy Wilt, Peggy Ann Wiggins! wood. Characteristic of any Island planted perhaps more than 1

e Id and take advantage of his B. H. S., arm in arm, their faces aglow with the expectation of a day they were soon occupied. Later, Lyle Anderson, Herbert Prince, were the fruits and flowers one seed for thought.The .

titles than to continue to of Innocent fun.Dorothy they expressed their appreciation Burton Prince, Darby Peek, Clar\ and gourds.As Junior Introduced their
class The words which
ice Thomas each person entered he song
for having this extra time !in
the passageway vof pro- wall welcomed by the typical Island they made up are set to the tune '
to their lessons
which Roberta Whit-
prepare Saxophones "
custom of of "How About You
attempting to puton Another interesting factor, we field l, Virginia Sewell R e b ecca throwing bright
not colored leis! around the neck mid. It was with reluctance that thegue"I'
find that other schools
but I am Is are Simpson.
the carpet, pinning flowers In the hair. The bade bood- to the
gye entrancing -
those who are shirk- 1ii talking of adding an activity perIod Trombones Leonard Smith,
If to and respo'nsibl- to their schedule, making It a Bobby Biggs, Ed Williams. receiving line consisted of junior Isle of splendor, but the
r studies class officers, Joe Andrews, Shirley ,- trip was short between the Island
state-wide Baritone
but enterprise Billy Smith.
Is '
of perfect,
one us for K. F. G. Drums -- Freeman Register, Colley, Carolyn Green, Gloria paradise and the more modern
absolutely no Buford and Mrs dunce the at the '
junior sponsors, across street
Emplete Indifference to any- tTa Edgar Wilkerson, Merle Gilder, Grace Wainwright and Miss Marcia Woman's Club building. Friends ''i
to do with educa- "B" Club f'. ,1, T.
has Junior
at Spurkman. who were wearing I of the juniors and senior met ;
wonder how many of us a Names OfficersLast Campus Chatter corsages. a gift from the juniorsIn them at the dance and-well-the

clone of this term will be appreciation of the things their evening had. just begun. Consult-

say with all sincerity "I Thursday afternoon the Greetings and salutations\ UIJ.s. sponsors'! have done for them. ing calendar It was found that I

r best No doubt, there 1k meeting was called to order by Thin Is you roving npol.tel'with The table were decorated with the moon was just rising when !

quite a few who can say President Bobby Turner. The necietary's the latest news und views flowers und brimming bowls of tired girls. stuck wilted coraagetiIn

ey have put forth their z was read. from good old B. H. S. (where native fruit. The meats found water. drew off crumpled gowns

But It Is not too m.4 Our officers report are aa follows: the plaster only full when It their names on neat white curds and sighed after tossing shoes

ere is still time to buckled k President Bobby Turner.. rains). This reporter has been to which were attached various Into the closet Seniors, yo'i have I
get in some good work Vice President Wlll.i Jean very busy of late gathering up colored flowers. your memory books und favors,
to ourselves and our 'I all the bits of news for this tab- I I i
?.i n Treasurer Marian Brown The waitresses moved among but Juniors), remember there In t
that this year has not '1 Kunlee I Griffis loid; so hold on to your, hats and the tables In softly swishing! grassskirls one thing which happens' twice In i ,

failure for us. If we do a Aast.Reporter Dorothy Mott. I'll[ let you In on some deep, Clarkowcrets. Knot bright bandeau, while a life time-Junior-Senior Ban ,
and begin with the same lj" the boys were dressed In .tropical quets. ,
We decided to have a Junior '
next year, then we will o < 'a t f q set t.t .x's8c B" Club and to bring 20 I' Didn't the Juniors and Seniors white pants and print shirts Catharine\ Nollman I
our part for defense bynderlng t party have a swell time at the banquet I Ii i
the of cents as dues. We have nol decided Wednesday night ? It was simply I
!w a r r : where (II' wlvenwe will haveIt New'B.; H. S. new ones of fireproof construction 1
This t can only be b a Ik stupendous. Of course It couldn'tbe I The are to be built where restrooms
with (hone Juniors I
_ Eunice Griffis, reporter. Will Have are now. There are to be i
r in the student putting it on. The decora'dons
everyone I N'' Dorothy Mott, asst. Fire-proof doors, at.top and bottom -
can do it, but will we? ; were perfect and the tavorssup..r Many AdvantagesThe '
t aa a safeguar'i for students.!
I. U D. terrific! '
The best thing about our new
Senior Biographies The Junloru are editing the new building Immediately
and remodellot! school Is u cen-
newspaper for the next three I behind our present building will
Grade Newsthat JKUKLI; KKDDISII! i weeks, and are thy working! be lined to take care of gradesone tral heating system which will
Green and Geraldine SUcox receive<< the unofficial title Columbian sailed the maintain the proper temperature
"In 1492 building
we have to save our They're giving out with every through eight. The old -
e class win not get to go of "cuteot" when they appear dressed a* twins, with lore whatcliamncallits ocean blue thing they've got 'cause they will be remodeled beyond automatically.

trip like we planned ao peeping from beneath their abbreviated skirts.Fe2j But in 1924 Lawtey had one want to show those sophisticatedseniors recognition. Wo will have an I Even though we will not have,

day we decided to use y pretty girl more." that they can edit a newspaper ultra-modern building minus' a the gymnasium and auditorium

to go to the picture The much to be rememberedday as well as they can. I gymnasium and auditorium. essential parts of a good school

The three tenth grades all In 1924 was April 17. Jewell think they can. How .about you ? The cafeteria will be where our I We can be Immensely proud of,

getter and thoroughly en- la another one of those pretty The third period English class present auditorium Is. The dom- our new school for it will be a

event. senior girls who Is very popular. had debates thin last week, and icile of the home economics room great Improvement over what we j

i the class dues that are Jewell started her school careerin they hud some pretty heated argu- will be In the north wing of the now have.

r we plan to buy a De- Lawtey. When she graduatedfrom ments. We thought It was) go- lower floor. Mrs Hart'a room I

and leave It to the : Lawtey Junior High, she en- Ing'to end up in blows. We were will serve us office receptionroom AIR CORPS KATEl
tered BHS. One of her most remembered to not walk to
to the tenth grade. preparing run and book storage ,room. Mrs. ,

red die Wimberly, reporter : experiences was when the nearest exhlt If that hap- Searing's and Miss Kennedy'srooms _

she, at a very early age, went to pened. will be converted Into a

10-S NEWS DeLand with Patsy and they at- Friday was Kid Day. I never modern clinic with nurses' quarters -

comes to a close, tended their first football\ game. knew that HO many dignified and teachers' lounge. The

is busy preparing for They sat, looked and appearedto seniors could lose their dignity so commercial department will occupy -

the Junior-Senior banquet, be very interested, but when quickly. (Or did they possess such the home economics room r

picnics. the truth was known they didn't a trait?) There must have been and Mrs. Bhepnrd's room. The

Friday was Kid Day. know what In the world was hap 15: cars to furnish transportation science department will Include

a scream in pajamas.! pening. (NO files on us) to Gold. Head the present office. Miss Stump'sand

Mathews was very "kld- And, of course we must men- Branch. The seniors tried, to keep Miss Leonard's rooms. The

Buck, Sonny H., tion her likes. They are football their destination secret, but eight library, to be placed In the rooms

eeman were very very after she found out what !It was juniors found It out and visited over the auditorium, will be

tll their little knee pants. 'N..( all about; baked ham sandwiches; them that afternoon. Freeman equipped with chain and reading
.rl *n. boys la .a the R.mfuebum
they had a wonderful wRps r ri vegetables, especially "greens; took his hook-up and let the seniors tables and an adequate lighting I when It'* .baking, diy at

Goldhead Branch. long hair; parties. ; Forsyth. Saga", ; dance some more. (Do they system to protect students' eyes K l.'i. Th.r.'r. all kind .( MoklM

Sewell went to Lee l- and so I hear Standard Gas. Her ever get enough ?) Felicitations to Mrs. Swanbom's, Mrs. Ingwal- sad e.k._.bat only one kind ol biking
+ ,...d.. that' right lot .i>.rtclp
hursday and Fri- 2 dislikes are milkshakes, and some Dot and Jerry for being the cutest -
: returned! son's Mrs. Browns and ,Mrs. El .. Try Ramford. Also Mid f.r
students. dressed as twins Speakingof der's= rooms are to be made Into rues; booklet ol Idea sad r.clp<. t.
Crawford was in Jack- After she finishes school Jewell twins), Dorm and Dorothy could rest rooms, completely equipped.Our InproT. baking Addr..., RamlordBiUnf .

over the week-end.. ;4j. WksL wants to start training to be a hardly be told apart. Describingsome present stairs are to be d* Island.Pod Writ, Dot od.1',, Bumford.Rh .

Baxter's slater and nurse. More power to you Jewell! of them. Buddy had on pajamas done away with, sealed up and

from Stanford visited him C. A, T.o'ln Slyvla and Jacq In pretty
In short ._, .... -" ... i
holidays. I blue slacks Margie a ---- --- it

enjoyed the Easter FUT'HThere dotted-swliw dresa. Patsy and

very much. were no Bethlehem when stars the Jewell lookln' very pert Selma aMa INSURANCE AN D_ BONDS
dark night
I Dot Faxon, reporter. shining one cute little girl, Leonard with a
r fork dropped a bundle at the draw hat, J. K. In rid In' britches, i

l th Grade News l Parked In a pick-up like sardine _In a can these photogenic I door Inside of Mr.that and bundle Mrs. Silas was his a earlier Futch.new her Juanita cute recelvln'dress, Joe compliments Allen, Sunny on HAROLD C. WALL AGENCY )

OVid spent
I'r+ eighth grade went to a senloretteH will noon straighten out their kinks In the wide open uaby boy. Eno-, Freeman and Gene In very

(londay. We all enjoyed Head Branch State Park. Seated on the bumper years on his father's farm two becomln' shorts. and Shirley just
of Gold of Lawtey.
puch. The show was at It.t .pace Velma Norman and Shirley miles southwest as cute as she could be. Saw Constant Service Over 50 Years t
Bell Brown
Claudia school In Lawteyand
f Theatre starring (left to right attended grade seven cameras In the crowd. Hope

I and Lana Turner in PoJlet. Is finishing bin last year of they didn't get exposed to any
l In Starke at B. H. S.He .
f Eager. We high school military secrete:
are sorry to Please Phone 146 Starke
l at one of our students, we were taking mid-term exams, has played one year of football They had all the fried chicken

I Jean HIatt was taken Ul New Officers but I guess its true that exams and two of basketball. and potatosalad they could eat

fy at recess We hope she For Pep Squad again. Ovid is the younger (18 years Special thanks,ehould J go to Patsy, ,.
are brother of our history
turn ) Jewell. Selma
younger E ,
| soon. We are all Margie, n o ft
I this month gowork'ha.d I The Pep Squad I la now an or- Most members of our class were teacher, M. B. Futch. Jacq and Mrs. J. W. Andrews for
veryone will held very happy over the grades on our He likes pretty girls, hard subjects tolling 'till 7:00: p. m., E W T
pass with a ganized club. A meeting was cards.. They were excep- basketball. He dislikes
[ rode. I report and Thursday. They recleaned scraped -
I Dorothy Mott. Monday afternoon to elect officers tionally good for us. hard labor, like most of his fellow and fried the chicken, made

htary Betty Turner.reporter. and cheerleaders for the First-Aid Is being taught us l seniors. potato salad and washed dishes. tpRBFTY

year 1942-43. an.l we like It very well. Ovid is now ready to enter life'sgreat Without their unselfish\ help, and I
[Parks and Mrs. Ingwalson's The officers elected were: learned many things venture; so let us wbhhim sense of responsibility, the seniors I

I grades combined and went President r- Patsy Keen. We have many true friends. without would have gone un-nourlshed. I

r'r' annual picnic March 30. Vice-President Betty Turner. about it, and we can make some which success is nothing. '

P'l' a wonderful time climb- Secretary Shirley Colley. bandages such as head and hand J. W. A. set hid Easter eggs for Mrs. I / Do Your

"nces, and coloring our The Cheerleaders elected were: bandages. We have recently I iBrownlee's class Friday. I Tradingwhere

N with delicious Pepsi-colas Freddie Wimberly, Sara Barefoot Most of Fourth Grade News Catherine Galney and Marilyn
make a trtlng.
to 6
learned pieces Rogers Silverware
'Illng sandwiches with cake Nina Bishop Carolyn Green, i Black looked very nice Monday i are
pi courses. Joe Andrew, Roger Mathews. us can tie a square knot. Louise Carter has returned to morning. They came to school In I'' given away with every $10 in trade

r the Picnic, the two grades Shirley Colley. We wonder what would happen school after being ill with measles their new Easter dresnes. or certificates. t
to the Florida week Peggy Lee Smith asked the i Are Redeemed
Theatre. if: for 'two
Ight add that everyone had Seventh Grade News7D Elizabeth Lawson were on time Our teacher bought each of usa claaa the following riddle: "WhoIs m cask. if SMITH'S GARAGE
derful Wlter"-Answer:
time and morning; duringour Uncle Sam's Yon ChooseBR.DFORD
we wish to two mornings for school drink Friday HTARKC. FLORIDA
the owe of the Florida one or all week. five minute relaxation period. "AntiAircraft.Mrs.
Ia1! or Roy Ray were present Hart teacher.
prices exams.It
and for Puckett and James Gara
a nice time. We are reviewing Joyce Moore reporter. Charles
Betty Hayes. seem Just a abort while ago

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Prize Winner CO I NTY FI.OHIUAI H! Cll: .\ft- Pre..I.l
W. S. C. S. Circles 1... .

li%ii SOCIETY and CLUBS Met This Week Clayton Mildred(; Harrington Jl a r r I melon, Plaintiff, Defendant va. nathy n. .1:1.:.. tnepeetnr\wii'l"" !['<..;.rkJones' \'?,:*.n.I".*.,.

Ca... No.
Mrs. W. O. Halle was hostess w 'Sifw ORDNH OF) AND LutherIWntteioor, .If

1 St. Mark's Is Scene I Baptist Minister 17. D. C. Entertained to Circle One of the Woman's HTATIfl NOTIPH OF FL.OIUDA TO APPEAR to!: : Clayton Wynn ,InHI'I"'I"III tI. ""Ob"l a.
3r4 [
whose residence in 517Hi. ..
of .
Of Easter Wedding Addresses MembersOf By Two Hostesses Society of Christian Service: Paul I Street, Burlington, Ver- w.Pl" lbllh'nD. ".-Tlo. .....
church when it J. .
', the Methodist mont. 1.1t11l11111 1,' t14 '"
Woman's Club in the You are required to appear on Llspectorn, I\
The marriage of Ml w Esther The W. T. Weeks o Chapter. U. met Monday afternoon Juno Int., 1B4.4, In the above named Prrrlnrt 1n. k J
,7 Educational Building The hostess Court and. caime, wherein plaintiffS M. F, T\...
Technical Sergeant Wed- C. met Wednesday afternoon | ,
Mary Wooden and The Woman's Club met D. rhttl.
kM divorce. Bradford County Andrew ,
for her decoration lovely n e e Jc.,1",, *, [
+, Edward Charles Olsowsky nesday afternoon in the club of last week and were entertainedby chose Telegraph shall publish this OrderIn Moody. l'nsueelon i *. W.
both of Geneva, N. V took place R. A. Green and Mrs. E. white tulips and carnations next four weekly Issues.Witness Prerl.rtn'L
? Mra : ,
hand and officialssal
the meeting being pre- my .....
'< In St. Mark's Episcopal Church building ll Matthews. Mrs. Green's livIng Mrs. A. Wood was In chargeof ar Htarke, Florida thin April Do Blew Nulni --
n l ; Starke, on Easter Sunday, with sided over by the president Miss room was lavishly decorated the program and discussed one 7th,, 1942 Stewart" tnspertorr;;; rtlsye',,i.i
,, +R/ the Reverend F. C. Yerkes offlct4 Evelyn Stump. It was announced with pink roses, gladioli lilies chapter of the new spiritual life As Clerk of Bald court. 4-10 4t 5-1 W. M. Edwards 'hal
4 ating. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie F. that the Florida Federation of azaleas and delphinium.In book "Our Times" by Dwight J. S. Harrison. JackHonvllle, Fla. Attests County A. 'ornn1lH.I..n.J. .n '

.Ifl Cook, brother-in-law and sister of Women's Clubs would meet in the absence of the president. Bradley. Assisting Mrs. Wood Atty. fur Plf, (OFFICIAL'SCARBOY SnALt Thnmsa: II'/l:

.,i the bride were the attendants. Jacksonville on the 14th 'and continue the meeting with Bible references were Mrs.I. IN nnri'iT COllnT, nHAiFoitiC'OIMTY > t
Mr. G. W. Roberts
V p r1 r At The bride's dress was of hyacinth through the 17th and the was presided over by Mra. L. A. P. Shepherd Mrs. Haile Mrs.E. C'KHY.: FLORIDA IX CHAN. ?..\'I'Et-a
4r blue crepe with white'ac- president urged all members to Davis and Miss Madge Middleton K. Perryman and Mrs. W. E. Charles. E. Fried Plaintiff, v*. 8 1-2 X IS: 13 per If
,$ l cessories. She wore a corsage of attend. Mlddleton. The business session 1.lIlIe Mae Fried Defendant. Can FORD COUNTY
acted as treasurer and secretary. W. E. No 1978ORDER. nLto:
gladlolaa. chairmanof was presided over by Mrs. OF PUBLICATION AND s s.et.al.asa
Mrs E. K. Ferryman There waa a. discussion of the "
1, ; n: '1 I Following the ceremony dinner program, presented Mrs. Raw-, part that U. D. C. members are Middleton 'circle chairman were and! : F+ '1 STATE NOTICB OF FLORIDA TO APPEAR to: LIllie 1
; was served for the wedding partyat son J. Davis who sang tbe Lord's doing for defense and a dime defense -, Important financial plans Mae Fried whose residence U 118
Ml Ann & Harry's. Mr. and Mrs.D. accompanied by Mrs L. Mrs.I discussed. During the social Locust Avenue Lexington K. n- Your
Prayer donation was given. tucky Pocket
A. Monteith were guests at Mrs. Halle served a tempt- ;
A. Canova at the piano. Ethel M. Biggs; chapter historian You are required. to appear on
the wedding and dinner. ing salad course with hot tea. May 4th, 1942. In the above named
W The Rev. A. B. LJchtfoot, guest talked of plans for Memorial Day the Court and canoe, wherein plaintiff
to Miami, Mrs. T., J. Griffin invited .ewa
After wedding trip
r ;t a speaker was presented and made which is Sunday April 26. The see ks divorce. Bradford County andour i
,(y J ,, Sgt. and Mrs. Oluowsky will make forceful and practical addresson historian also read an article en- circle to meet with her In May: R Telegraph shall publish. this Order
19 I their home In the new Hartmann next four weekly laauei.
tbe subject of Civic Duties titled "Why use the term 'War Circle Two [ Witness my hand and official
y'' apartments on Temple Avenue. the vitamins we should let come Between the States'." Miss Olive Ray was' hostess to Py seal 4th, at 1949.Starke, Florida! this. AprilOFFICIAL ARE BOTH VuLNEt

.r, +) Sgt. Olsowsky I I. stationed at Into our, lives. dividing them In The dining table was, covered Circle Two at her home on North ( SEAL) A. .I: Thomas
Camp Blending.J this : Vitamin A.,, see.attractiveness Walnut Street. In the living A* Clerk of laid court. 4-10 4t 5-1
manner centered
with a lace cloth and the T Frank Landrum. Starke Fla. Protect yourself
the decorations
; vitamin B, beauty with a bowl of white gladioli and room Atty. for Plf. q
brotherhood vitamin C. culture I Easter-tide; on a small table Gn.ncl.lloss-buy
1t aqd ; lilies.: The hostesses served Russlan -- /
also convictions for right; salad and there was a white vase containing JIf."OICR.AND. CLERKS
tea. yum-yum i wild white Vida Jean Gentry. lovely 16monUisold PRIMARY ELECTION mobile ComprtJu ,
a perfect calla lily
vitamin D, devotion to a cause sandwiches and from one end of I ".'
11 worth-while; vitamin B, enthusiasm. .. -.., the table Mrs. Davis poured tea. Easter lilies and'fern, and on the I. daughter of Mr. and At a meetln far Bth.* held A. n.on the 149: 6th day and Collision r In [
: aa :bookcase was a large bouquet of Mrs. J. I* Gentry, won third prizeIn of April A. D. 1142 the Board of
dw ,,1, I I. The chapter was pleased to white aplrea. the beauty dlvUloo. of the Baby County Commissioners. of Bradford today.
Delicious refreshments of ice have as a visitor. Mrs. J. W. County Florida appointed the fol-
and cake were served by Mrs. 0.. C. Powell, circle chairman Show held In Jacksonville on lowing Clerk and Innpector for
cream Healy wife 0 f Col. Healy of 25 and by Be- the First Primary Election to be
life sponsored
a t Mrs. R. A. Green chairman and Camp;Blandlng. conducted a Christian" held on the. 5th ;day; of May A. D. Charley E. Jolma]>
0 bekah Lodge. :
her committee composed of Mrs. lesson the subject being u r 1642..
Mrs. Rawson J. highest joy our Father's work to ""..".* N.. 1-I.awty Agency
U A. Shepherd
PHONOGRAPH Davis Mrs. W. H. Hart Mrs. V. Circle No. Two do." An article from the World Easter ChristeningAt Jack Carl Howe Carter' ,and Clerk Cbarlie; John Qaiklna Hhuford., Starke Florida

E. Howard and Miss Evelyn Baptist W. M. U. Meets Outlook entitled "la our mission- ChurchAt Inspector. ..
Methodist '
RECORDSLarge ary effort finished?" was reviewed Vr+ctmri No. 2'North. Mark ..eor

Assortment Stump. Circle No. 2 of the Baptist W. by Mrs. 'J. W. White Mrs. beautiful Easter serviceat G..1.I*L. Happ.Feek. T.Clerk,B. ;Williams C. R. Cooper, and ".... ,
-_ Will Hold M. U. met Monday afternoon at Emma Murphy Mrs. S. S. Dow- a Leon nenfroe. Inspector. ..,.....
S. C. S.
freclmrt N.
r Columbia Victor. the home of Mrs. W. J. Epperson, ling and Mrs.. A. Z. Adkins. Mrs. the Methodist Church Sunday Jesse Newaom 3flvtk, Clerk;Stark Kugene praMntlno THE TRAVELER!,))
Okeh Bluebird All-Day MeetingThe with five members and one visitor Powell conducted the business" morning along with a record- Orlffls. E. ,A. Brown and Eugene

present. i session, after which the hostess, music -----------------
wY' .Decca Woman's Society of Chris I breaking crowd inspiring \\f j QQQQQQOcii:5:
The devotional was led by Mrs.R. assisted b y Miss Amelia Ray five chil-
tian Service of the Methodist and a helpful message,
S Large Selection of church will meet Thursday morn- A. Thomas with prayer by served tea, sandwiches and dren were christened according !NOW OPEN
'' A interestIng I cookies. The circle will meet the
Mrs. -
Claarfcals Populars Epperson.
16, at 10:30 o'clock, very
with Mrs.A. to the Methodist custom.
first Monday In May
ti Mail Orders Given and tian study Roots the of new D e m book o c racy"Chris-in Missions program, led was by given Mrs. on Thomas I, F. Sauls. They were: William Abram ,A & A Luncheonette

Prompt AttentionE. America" by Arthur E. Holt. Mrs. and Mrs. II. L. Hough. Circle Three Besaent Jr., son of Mr.,and Mrs:

I., P.. Shepherd secretary of mis- The business) session was con- Mrs. J. W. Andrews was hostess W. A. Bessent; Mary Agnes Matthews At The Park Theatre -

sion study, has announced that ducted by the leader. Mrs. W. B. to Circle Three at her Kingsley daughter Mr. 'and :Mrs.E. .

L. REAMSS19 this all-day meeting will be In Alexander and the meeting was Lake home, which was mademore L. Matthews; Janice Eileen TRY OUR TASTY PIES
W. University Ave. the church and a luncheon will closed with prayer by the leader. attractive with dogwoodand McClellan. daughter_of Mr. and i AND

GAINESVILLE, FLA. be served at 12:30: In the recrea- The hostess served "-refreshments other wild flowers. Mrs. D. WrMcClellan: ; and Harriet SANDWICHESNO
tional building. at the close of the Mrs; Katherine Hlxon of Key- Jane Rlcharde and Henry

meeting. stone Heights conducted the Morgan Rlcharde Jr., daughter!
I spiritual life lesson, using the and son of Mr and Mrs. H. M. SERVED

.. SturgesTorodeMrs. first chapter of "Our Times" by Rlcharde.
Dwight Bradley. Mrs. E. L. Williams

W. E. Toiode Sr., announced circle chairman, conducteda Hr. and Mrs. McDavidTo
the marriage of her short business session, and after
daughter Mary Lucile, to Mr. the meeting had adjourned the Celebrate Anniversary

Richard W. Sturgis of Camp hostess nerved delicious light re- Mir. and Mrs. R. T. McDavidof PLEASE BRING EMPTY TUBE WHEN,
1 ,,1 t' Bowie Texas on April 5, 1942. freshments.street.
Brooker who have a host of

friends throughout this sectionof PURCHASING TOOTH PASTE OR
,ftu i sa Florida, will celebrate their

Carolyn Call: Golden Wedding Anniversary Sunday -

a a April 12, with a family reunion SHAVING CREAM
in their home near Brooker. ,

Sun., Mon. & Tuea.-April 12. 13, & 14 ThIs will be followed by "open .
house." from 3 to 6 P*. M;, to r.-
"Valley Of The Sun" Well, folks My window)! George Flynn Margaret String- which friends are invited. +--.-.-... ...-.- .,.

t With Lucille James James Craig pane view of the Jr.-Sr. banquet Fellow Lorene Moncrlef Sadie

Y was quite refreshing, although I Prince an' Ralph I Rhodes Junior Womans Club
1 could have done a much better We Are Cooperating 100 Percent With

t' Wed, Thurs.-April 15 & 16-DOUBLE FEATURE Job of report had I been Invit- Frl<>n
i ed Inside (ahem!) Very In- about the novel birth) announce- meet Wednesday April IS. at 8
tft No. 1 "The Stars Look Down"With
splrin' to see so much youthful ments sent out by Ensign and P. M.,, in the club building. Newly The U. S. Government In Its Effort To
Margaret Lockwood enthusiasm once again and the Mrs. (Virginia Torruella) Arthur elected officers will be installed

I' Inside of the Methodist recreation Jones Jr. Seems they were at this meeting. Miss Delia Rosen-
1, No. 2-"Double Cross bldg. was as gay an' colorful as recently heir-raided an' sent cards berg has charge of the program. Conserve Tin For War PurposesCARPENTER'S'

With Kane Richmond the South Sea Island It was supposed announcing the launching of a The hostesses are: Miss Dorothy

to represent Greetln new Super Dreadnaught, Arthur Delovan, chairman Miss Frances
guests; at the door were Jr. spon- Jones III" .. "Gross Tonnage Peek Mrs. Guy Sale and Mrs.
Fri., Sat.-AprU 17 & 18-DOUBLE FEATURE sors! Grace Wainwright '(elegant 8 pounds 15 ounces" Naviga- W. C. Powell.

No. 1-"Land Of The Open Range" look In' In that chartreuse & black'' tional Aids Aboard -Two blue

number she wore In the fashion'I eyes" .. "Commissioning League PartyThe
With Tim Holt ''
.)r f show) and dark-eyed Marcia' ter Sunday at St. Bartholemew's" The REXALL Store
Sparkman (gypsyIsh as all get' i '. "It was noted that due to Intermediate League of the
.No.2-"Charter Pilot"With out In a full red-printed skirt an* National Defense the. Arthur' Methodist Church gave a partyIn
r Lynn Barl and Lloyd Nolan white satin blouse) Jones III was launched with only the Educational building

} the BARE necessities" '. .
Very March 26. Games were played
tatai : I MIDNIGHT SHOW -r- SATURDAT 11:30: .. P. M. Got, a big kick watchln' sopho- original announcement I'd say refreshments were served and

mores Freddie Wlmberly. Mar- .'.; .,
"BI everybody: had an enjoyable time.
ndie Inspiration"With
garet Strlngfellow. Betty Jean

John Shelton and Virginia Grey Wade, Jewell Carter an' Evelyn Hear Nina Bishop rated :a beau Mrs II..L. Ramsey
., HaU waltla' table in grass skirts tiful Easter bouquet from an ardent Goods

worn over printed shorts, topped admirer waY' up in Connecticut Mrs. Maxwell L. Ramsey of Sporting

with matchln halters Walters Must be wunnerful to Fort Myers, dl e d uddenly in ,
t Ralph Dudley. Leonard Peek have such a lone range' pullin' Lake Butler at 10:15 P. M. Wed- -

Richard Ray Bobble McRae an' power '. Understand P. S. nesday. The remains were. prepared -
Billy) Colson wore white pants an' (Smith) Denmark celebrated 'a for' burial by De. Witt C.

NEW SHIPMENT loose printed cotton shirts birthday last week ". r Family Jones and an undertaking establishment -
AU were paddlln' around In their reunion big dinner 'neverythlng front Fort' Myers had
t1i of bare feet like reAl carefree .islanders v Hear Isabel Fernandes Is charge,of burial.l .' ,
IVWM '. Enjoyln' the proceedIngs takln' defense course In house- ;
Mr., Ramsey I* a State Auditor, LINE!|
m immensely were Lt. mechanics at Nice '
whose business it Is to visit the
Cider, (she a Sr. Sponsor and to know who to call on In the
stunnln' in a maroon an' white future when the can gets various county sites and audit ;BASEBALL
m' Zipper Bad opener : the books in the courthouse He OF SOFTBALL A D
print) outta commission ; Sorry to
wan on such a mission at Lake
,, u' bear that Eolln Smith will be on BALLS
Butler and bls'wife' had.,been EQUIPMENT.- TS ,
Dance afterward looked awfully crutches for the next six months ,
Just 'Arrived Reasonably PricedNow interestln' (also from the outside .5.Miss' ;: her cheery countenance with him .there' for the past
t of course) Jacq An- along Call St. Incidentally, month.When GLOVES, MITS AND CAPS
drews was nothin' short of gor- reports have It that her recently interviewed yesterday
4 geous., In a yellow dream of a remodelled house at Sampson Is morning in the funeral home, Mr.
dress with her yellow hair highon a dream Ramsey stated that his wife was

Showing A New Shipment of her head Patsy Roberts In ''Starke Wednesday afternoon
ditto in blue taffeta .- .. Sara Clitekro-ln-the-rougtt has nothing apparently In good health. "She We Also Carry Everything For Farming

i. Hampshire Paper Go's Barefoot In blue net Gene Ed-I on the steak-ln-the-rough sup was laughing and talking, one

wards In red with glimmerin gold I per i enjoyed las' Friday night by minute and"' the,next minute 'she And Garden'' Work

top Gloria Buford In pink' Della R o s e n b e rg. Marguerite was gone

Jine Sial Margie Mathews her usual Deyorlo Fran Opperman Fran TRY OUR FINE LINE OF PAINTS ANDVARNISHES' |
ion vivacious self in red an' white Peek an' four handsome Lieuten- Circuit Court SoonThe .

erg An' Idalou Davis forsakln ants at Cold Head Branch .
her customary tom-boy outfits to Seems the pulchritudinous picnickers Spring Term of Circuit
Latest Shapes and Colors gq completely glamour gallsta In took along everythingthey Court will convene in Bradford

Alice blue organdy Ah needed-evert 'salt an' pep- County on Monday. April .27.
v'e youth! per-but forgot the knives an' Judge A. Z. Adklns -announced

+ forks! Hear Allne Lanier was this week.
I Spotted an* Jotted 1 Helen Dow- chosen aa "typical girl"worktn' I ForInsectaWe; Have The Four Leading

Just Received llng'a diamond engagement ring Blending an' was photographed. a lovely little girl Can't help
Elizabeth Joiner's white jersey with khakllada on the shore of but feel a little blue over' what Lines Of Spray
: :JrunltS blouse with big red straw- Kingsley Lake for publicity purposes the next Easter Parade will belike ,

i, Ball.ilJf 1 KJatn ( aft A berries Ver' appropriate for Glimpsed Leon Rosen- with the men all in their
this county! Pearl (Man- berg home for a few days rest victory suits and we gals in our
Buy Your Bath Cap Now ning) Colson In town from Lake from arduous duties) at AlabamaU. old flour racks, or whatever it .la

# .'. We Cannot Supply You After City complainin' to friends about . we're gonna wear when the silk Bradford Hardware
+s recently acquired additional an' wool an' cotton all give out
Our Present Stock Is ExhaustedKoch's pounds Bill Edwards Al Kay Banter Parade this year was Oh well jus' so we're not
Carlisle. an' Cliff Hazen home on tlazzlin' as usual so much so that wearln' Hitler's label anythingelse

furlough for a bit of well-deserved I get dizzy spells an' spots in will be all right with me CompanyJ.
Store loufln' before transferrin' to the front of my eyes when I attemptto Which reminds me of a slogan

Drug air corps Forming a gay describe It Must mention heard the other day: "It's betterto
group in Blending Center patio however, the sweet miniature corsage BUY bonds than WEAR, them"
las' week-end: Walter King. Ver- that Infant-deb Virginia To which I can only add a B. Carlisle, OwnerP4nJ.

lena Phillips, Mary Lee Johnson, Jean Darby wore on her Easter fervent. AilENt

Evelyn HallK. ,Betty jean Wade(frock A lovely bouquet for Carolyn.

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= of LOCAL Mrs. T. T. Long and son Tom, Ky.
- BITS NEWS [and Mra.\ R. G. Kldd and Bon Florida State Farm News 1 Mr and Mrp! Reese Bradley I I

arrived Monday week-end I
Richard III here and baby son were
-' afternoon from Fort Kenning !' ---- ------ guests of their parents. Mr. and .
m m Sebring on Miss. Ruth Jonaon<< Is. able to be Mr and Mrs. Jack Williams of Ga. Mrs.. Long and son are Ily E. K. Uomtrr! BRIDGE CLUB I Mrs. .!. M. Bradley and Mr. and

man out again after having her tonsils Gainesville spent Sunday herewith visiting her slater, Mrs. D. P. :lALONKMOUUISONMr : : Mrs P. J.;. Stubbing JI' was !Mrs.! J. 11. Hundley.
removed last week. Mrs. B. Jacobs Carpenter, and Mm Kldd and\ son and Mrs Archie Morrison the attractive hostess of t the I Mm. H. B. McLendon and

r H Fallen spent are visiting her mother Mr. ot Sopchoppy. Fla, announce the weekly bridge club Thursday afternoon daughter, Jeannette!' of Orlando
II i u,m ThomaBVille' Ga. Mrlio. T. B. Harding and Miss Mrs F. A. Scott spent Tuesday Florence Emma Canova. marriage of their daughter/ Helen, Spring flowers were I visited I Mr. and Mrs Paul
( Alice June Harding spent last In Hampton as a guest of her to Curtis Malone, son of Mr and tastefully ranged in the living' McLendon Sunday,
Mrs .I i T Quigley Friday In Jacksonville.Ann brother and sister-in-law Mr. Mrs. N. D. Walnwrlght. Jr., Mrs. W. E. Malone of the State and dining room. Mrs. E. C. Mines Franctne Fisher! has resumed r
\\iy in Jacksonville. and Mrs. L. J. Wynn.Mr. Mrs. W. H. Hart and MISS :Marcia 'aim. The wedding took place Scott won high score while Mra. her studies! at F. S. C. W.
Kllppelle of the Gem Jew- e Sparkman left yesterday to attend I at the home of Mrs. A. Lang ton Robt. Kite received the bingo after a pleasant Easter visit with

Harper Is spending elry left Sunday for a ten-day and Mrs. A. B.) McKInneyand the Florida Educational Association aunt of the bride on Sunday, trophy. Mrs. Stubbing assisted her parent. Mr and Mrs. Roy
H with relatives In Ort'nsirge buying trip in New York City. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Dowling meeting in Tampa. Before April S, at high noon. by her mother-in-law, Mrs P. E. Flaher.Mra..

visited Crystal River Ocala and I returning home Sunday they Miss Morrison attended high Stubblna, Sr., nerved! her guests L. F. Chapman Is leaving .
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Temple!Silver Springs Sunday will be guests. of Mrs. James school In Wakulla County and was Ice cream and angel fond. cake. Thursday for a visit with Lt. and

IL InmaD to spent last week-end in Tampa Sparkman and Miss Dorothy Eck In F. S. C. W.-at Tallahassee Mrs. Robert Chapman, at Fair-
I of KepJ'1'lf'ntatlve' to with Mr. and Mrs Artford Brown.Lt. Everett McKInney, from Emory In Dade City. two years and has been employed SUIMOVY SCHOOL EASTER: field Ky.Building. ,

fgtun\ from Brad- University, Ga., visited his par- In the Public School of Union PARTY I '. .
May *. (Adv) Elmo Struth of Ft. Ben- ents, Mr. and Mrs. A. E. McKin- Mrs L. S. Hut o returned home County the past year. Mr. Malone The young/ folks of the Farm Permits ;,"
ntng, Ga., Is spending this week ney,over the week-end. Monday from a visit with her graduated from Lake Butler high enjoyed a very lovely egg hunt
Mr, Dw- McClellan here with his, mother, Mrs W. H. daughter, Miss Carolyn Hutto In school and Is now with, the U. S. Saturday afternoon on the spacious Dill Carantcaa, March 31, $15O ;.
afternoon In Jack- Struth. Mrs Twynman Marshall and Columbia, S. C. While away she Civil Service at Camp Blending lawn and garden! of Mr. and for a frame sign! shop 10 x J5 '
day Infant son, and R.: M. Sparkmanof also visited her slater, Mr. L. M. I iv and Mrs. Malone will reside Mrs R. H. Cox. punch and cookies feet in lot :3 of block 27 of the, ,
Beautiful Jacksonville spent Tuesday Cummings of Charleston and attended here for the present. We areglad were served!' to them after original town of,Starke; Paul &> YBIlhop.
Cleaning, Beautiful
Ine Lanier spent the Tailoring a t Starke Standing here with friends and relatives. I IMr. her 23Ui wedding anniver- to welcome Mrs. Malone to prices had been awarded to those contractor April 3, $4.- !
celebration.J. ,the 800 for a brick veneer residence '
In nary her new home. finding greatest number of f
Tailors Park
days with Opposite Theatre. ... Florence Emma Canova eggs. Prizes were Easter!: baskets 5ft' 5" x 32 feet on the corner of. I

a. had as guests Saturday her son, L (Sam) Anderson, who has Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Ritch of and bunnies. Mr. and Mrs. Monroe and South streets for
Dlnklns. of Mrs. U. E. Colaon of Lake City : Paul E. Canova. of St. Augustine, been employed In the Panama; Jacksonville were wee k-end Cox were assisted In entertaining Paul L. Bridges. ;. i,
C. In Starke
Mrs. serf- was Wednesday visiting and Mrs D. F. Flowers of Ocala. Canal Zone for the past several guests of Mr. and Mr. Morgan their guests by their daughter Trianon Development Corpora- f,
e both at home her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. months will return to Starke next Rlcharde. 'Mrs. KnnlH Uradshaw, Mra. 'tion., April 6, $5t>00 for one-story

Manning.Mr. Mrs. P. H. Manasna, who has week "for keeps." He will arrive Mr. and Mrs. W, 14. North and J. C. Caldwell and Mrs. L. A. concrete block residence 83x53
_ to Baln- been in Fernandina for the past 11\ Miami Thursday by plane and Buddy Davis spent Sunday in Shepherd feet for Mrs. Mina M. Grady at
neS has gone and Mrs. Richard R. Thede two weeks her will be met there by Mrs. Anderson. Jacksonville with Mr. and Mrs ; .,. 333 North Walnut street: A. A.Annui. .
where he has ac- recently made a short visit here Mrs. D. B. White visiting daughter, They will enjoy a few days' R. 'r. Hewitt. Mr*. W. C. Caldwell and lion. April 7, $3,500 for one- i
returned home
isltion.Mrs. with Mrs. Thede's. mother, Mrs.F. vacation before returning. to their .I Burnelle, of Jacksonville spent story frame residence 24 x 26
H. Long. yesterday. home here.Reelect. J. G, Caldwell visited his parents Sunday.with Mr. and Mr*. J, G. feet for Mr. and Mr*. Arthur F.
P. M. Barefoot at Ocklawaha Saturday. 'Caldwell., Saul. on Lake street: J. T. Quigley -
Suellen Phillips spent Hugh Ingram of the Universityof Mr. and Mrs. A. E. McKInney Pfc Joseph Stephen Walker of Mm. 'M. I E, Grlner. Mrs. J. G.I trustee, April 8,' $1,000 for
had as their guests Sunday Mrs. George II. Inman to Ft. Bcnnlng. Ga. spent the weekend !' I
[ternoon In Lake City Florida spent the Easter holidays Godwin, Mrs L. F. Chapman and concreto block addition to Tab-
a S. A. Barefoot and here with his mother, Mrs. McKinney's brother and sister-in- the office of Representative to here with his parents, Mr. Mrn;'P, D. Fancher were a congenial ernacle on Cherry street; W. H.Nollman. ,
I law, Mr. and Mra. I. H. Hazen, of the State Legislature from Bradford and Mrs. J. S. Walker. .1
In Jacksonville
Carrie for
I Darby. Ingram. party shopping April 9, $2,000 one-
I Jacksonville. County May 5. (Adv) Mr. and Mm. S. R. Johns Jr., I Friday Mrs. Mildred Mc-' story frame residence 44x24 feet J.'

and children of Starke were Sunday -!i Crary returned with them for a in Nollman court.
I Henry Guy who Is a studentat Friends here of, Lt. and Mrs.E. dinner guests! of Mr. and week-end! visit with Mrs.. Fanchnr.M. ,
Emory!: College In Atlanta Ga., R. Smyth will be glad to learn Mrs. Morgan Richarde. '
i upending Mr. and Mrs. Louis Majors hare 1
A It Isn'ti was an Easter guest of his that Lt. Smyth, ,has Just been Mrs. Brown of Lake City was several!' days with Mr. and Mrs.J. as their guenU Mr. Major'smother
\ "Nope brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and promoted to the rank of Captain. an overnight guest of Dr. and G. Godwin, has returned to Mrs. Ola Majors and slater. -
Mrs. Fred Guy. Before her marriage Mrs. Smyth Mr. J, C. Hembree Friday. Belle Glade.
1 Miss. Lena Majors of Festua,
was Miss Margaret Pearce Theyare Mr. and Mrs.. K. C. Scott spent y
Mr. and Mrs. Vance Gelgerand Mis*
A New, Suit"But Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Manning: now living in Columbia S. C., the week-end with 1 friends at son. Bradley were guests of
will have as week-end guests their where Capt. Smyth, Is stationed at Jacksonville Beach
Mr. and Mm. J, M. Bradley over I Moth HoMm Cigarette Burnsand
son-in-law and daughter Mr. and Fort Jackson. Mrs. Madge Bozarth has returned the week-end.! Tears In Garments
It Sure Does Look Mrs. L. W. Strickland and children from a delightful! visit After a delightful nix weeks'visit UK-WOVEN LIKE NEW -

a. / A'dmiU of Wlldwood. Miss Betty Jane Nollman, with friends In Miami.Mr. with her brother and sister- "'.NO IIVIIinl.H MKI: )IVaANI
Like New I'll All
senior in Southern College!' at and Mrs. J. O. Randall, Jr., In-law. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Wallace > Aur.aa'rroSCr'19.

t1'', I Did Was Send It To The Re-elect! George<< 11 Inmnn to Lakeland after returned to school the Easter Mon- and baby son, John III. are via li- Mrs J. W. Dunn has returned ... c.. .Tailor.... ...!.._Tae H<.Trailer.... Vim.gHaBB .
day spending lag Mr. and Mrs J. O. Randall her f
k the office of Iteprmentatlve" to to home In Paducah,
with her father and
Starke-BIanding Tailors. the State Legislature from Bradford holidays
--- --------- -----
mother. Mr. and Mrs., W. H. Noll I tl R 1iItJHOOX-'JQIotIIIJI!' OC II4MIIIHIIIUIIDfOCDfDlADI a
County May 5. (Adv)
LET US ALTER AND REFIT man. Miss Nollman will graduateIn

THOSE GARMENTS YOU'VE PUTE. J. B. Rowe has as his guests Home Economics. In May, and
will also in mimic recital
this week Ills sister and her appear Most Complete Line of
_ ) WE ARE PROFESSIONAL TAILORSWE daughter-in-law Mrs. Mat tie I where ectlons.she will sing several se- Military '

Frazier and Mrs. M. D. Frazier, I'
both of Jacksonville.
Henry Rowell, who has been In
CLEANING' FOR CIVILIANS Starke for the past several Supplies In Starke
Mr. and Mrs. W, R. Sewtell! and months left Monday for Arcadia, '
Virginia Sewell a trip where he will have charge of the
last week to Leesburg and Lake-
fountain In L. W. Koch's Arcadia
ED. PRINCE land. They were accompanied by drug store Mrs. Rowell!, i
Mrs. E. P. McCollum who vlalted who now works at the fountainIn

ARKE BLANDING TAILORS in Tavares. the local Koch store, will Join SEAS CAPS, SHIRTS AND PANTS l'
her husband after a weeks' vlsll ,
pposite Park Theatre Starke Fla. Mra.. J. M. Brownlee, Jr., and with homefolks In Wnycrons. Ga., -ALSO- ,I
daughter, Catherine arrived here and will alKO work with Koch'a. in i RJ I
Wednesday from Ft. Bennlng Ga.. Arcadia. "' I

and are guests of Mr. and Mrs GIFTS NOVELTIES AND LUGGAGE AT 1"
W. ,
Jf M. Brownlee and Mr:) J. Beautiful Cleaning IlC'auUluITailoring I
Brownlee.Mrs. .
a t Starke Blending FAIR PRICES
: Tailors, Opposite Turk Theul reo
C. S. McCornack of St.
Our boys In the PhlJIIplnen are Charles, 111., and Mrs. R. T. Dell Mrs Louis Shafkln and Mrs ,

giving everything they have while of Elgin 111., will leave Saturdayfor Irving Hugel left for New York P. S. STORES Inc.

r most of at are, with a few minor their respective homes after a City Wednesday. Mr. Hugel will

......:' exception, lining our usual nor- pleasant visit with friends and follow Sunday. They will attend ,
relatives in Starke. the wedding of Mr Hugel's sister -
( mal liven. Miss Lillian Hugel. on April Two Stores" For Your Convenience
y All that our country la asking UK
16. She will become the brideof
145 Call Street & Blanding Center
to do la to back up Monday afternoon to resume her Just been given the commissionof
buying Bond; think of It folks, gkaM>c>a6 fflXDcaaK3i3C GI$ r: tbAYtC01) ) DOCMCllII 'a
studies at the Woman's CollegeIn first lieutenant in the Army.
have to do .ls buy Bonds" ...
all you .. ..
Miss Sewell in "
Tallahassee. spent Miss Hugel was a visitor = ::. :.- -- -,-_. -'
what the heck are you waiting three days here with her parents, Starke recently when she attended

forT6LAS Mr.. and Mrs. W. B. Sewell. !the wedding of her brother ..

Mrs. Frank McMillan of St.. Blanding Military Supply store. t

Petersburg was the guest last
week of her parents Mr. and Robert Wear, Jr., who was BANKAt

le Mrs. J. J. Rigdon. She was ac graduated in Physical Educationat .
companled home by Mr Rigdon Oberlin College, Oberlin, Ohio ,
who Is spending this week there. In the class of 1941, will grad-
uate from the Armored Force Of- '

Beautiful Cleaning Beautiful ficer Candidate School at Fort

Tailoring at Starke handing Knox, Ky., April 11, and receive ,..,

LL' TS Tailors, Opposite. Park,Theatre. his commission In the Cavalry. '
After a 10day'deny' In route," STARKE
which he will spend with his. .
Mr.. and.Mrll. Sam K. Stratos I ,,' I
brother, John Wear at the -
BU.UICKOK now 'of Monticello, were visiting I
14. this week with.Mri: and Mrs.. W. Katherine of Ann Michigan Wear at bin Oberlin sister, Condensed from Report to Comptroller April 4, :142 '** '

N. 'Carnaalo l.. M r.. Stratos Is J
j College and his parents. Mr. and
theatre recently -
managing a purchased
Wear In Starke ,
there by himself and Mr. Mrs. Robert, B. RESOURCESLoans
he will be sent to Ft. Bennlng,
Carnaslon. and Discounts _.;.;Ii{ $ 148,127.94
., -------------------------

Lee Jay Cook, son of Mr. and Ga.BOOTSEY'S Overdrafts ______1: _.-...__?__________----.---------.:._ 100.04

Mrs. Leslie "F. Cook, was baptized BEACHBy Banking House and Furniture. and Fixtures ___________ 15,562.92

in .St. Mark's. Episcopal Church Miss JCff le CrawfordCRAWFORDBREWER .Prepaid Expenses _.:_..._lL____,-___,-_______________ 557.69
?@wste Easter Sunday at 2:3O: P. M. by
the Rev. F. C. Yerkes. The Accrued Interest a.nd'income receivable ____ $ 3,582.78U.
o J. Crawford of this section
a" sponsoro were Sgt. and Mrs. Edward A. S. Government Securities ____________ 39,100.00
and Miss Marie Brewer Manila
+S'- C. Olsowsky.Mr. Ark., were united in marriage at Listed New York Stock Exchange Bonds and Other

and Mrs. W. H. Nollman the bride's home on Tuesday Securities ________________h___ 242,232.32Cash

had as Easter guests :Mr. and March 31, by Judge T. R. Cassldy on hand and Due from Banks ______ 1165729.82 1450644.92 .

Mrs. J. O. Dekle and daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Willis Johns and

rc Dorothy Nelle and Betty, Captain family, Mr. and ,Mrs, Arvld 1,614,993.51
and Mrs. J. O. Dekle, Jr., and Johns and family, Mra Louis *

children, and Mra Frances Tompkins Parker and Mrs. Johnnie James, ..
all of Ocala. all of Tampa, spent the week-end
here with Mr., and Mra G. B LIABILITIES .

Mr. L. F, Cook,'who Johns and family.
Mr. Tom Overstree Capital Stock n____________.________________ $ 25,000.00
came to Starke in January 1941 Mr. and Mrs. '
are moving to Norfolk, Va., this of Gum Branch and Rev. and Surplus .___________________________________-___ 45,000.00 r.

week. Mr. Cook Is an engineerwith Mrs. B. H. Rawls of High Springswere Undivided Profits ________________________________ 5,379.51
Engineers, visiting Mr. and Mrs. R. N.
the Army Corps afternoon. Reserves _________________-__________________ 2328.55
and has been working at Camp Crawford Thursday
Blending for the past year. Luther Chum was; a visitor to Other Liabilities ______________________________ 18.31

to the minute Macclenny Sunday. Interest and income collected, not earned _.____-_____ 210.99

yling' in Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Carnell and E. J. Roberts Mr. and of Mrs..Lawtey R.was N. DEPOSITS __ ______1________'1"_______________ 1537056.15
these sons, Corbin, and Gene, of Or. visiting ,
ve Class mond returned to their home I Crawford Sunday afternoon.
wallet. / Monday afternoon after spending, Stanley Crawford and Effie $ J614993.51
> etched with Mrs. Camell's Mae Crawford attended the Easter .
striped \te*= two days I
and Mrs. F. A. Picnic at Gold Head Branch
J tw- oned with and without ripper YouTI Scott.parents, State Park. FLORIDA BANK AT STARKE

proud to own one. $1. .. with zipper $1.50 up. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Green and
MY. and Mrs. I. P. Shepherdwere family spent Sunday In Lake City '
"" *V Florida
'"tf/? "fc,....'OoITM-Co a CCCternberg's in Griffin. Ga., last week with, relatives.

visiting their son and daughter Mr.\ and Mrs. A. 3. Chlsm. Mrs Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation J

In-law, Mr and Mr.. Charles G. C. Hodges and son, Hubert,
Shepherd. Mr. Shepherd has a and Mm Fletcher Canady all of Member Florida National OroupRIL

? two weeks vacation but returned St. George. Georgia spent Tuesday

Monday to his. duties as Express here with Mr. I and Mrs. R -- _

...-' ,. I Agent for Starke. N. Crawford. of



'' ,I "Talk A Letter" Idea Popular At NCCS I THIS WEEK IN THE WAR


A summary of on tweek Important: developments of th(
>rl"'krMff. / .' ,... x made. vallabl by official sources In the Office of Government.
rotate the .. ", ,- Reports Washington. D. C.)
fertilize In to "
Jt.. Holler was born and reared they ...,,', .
I In Bradford county, although crops. The average prosperous :,'Icy ... .' BEGINNING:.; TO ROLL CIVILIAN DKFENSE 1941 to Mar '-. t
lie ,spent 12 years farmer plant corn one year, then<< -' ." Nelson Civilian Defense Director Lan- than half of ai!' 19t
} r
yearn Director
some Production OUI'th
) nextand along with '. ': War American : C
neighboring Baker. "I Ive In oats the r dis said Axis air raids on for meat dairy tn,

f in what they call 'Router Town' I the oats either timothy or red- III r rr speaking In New York City war industries this Spring are ducts. Most purrn" pow'

t r down by the river Hide about 11' top clover or both- and then hay. paid "America's industrial plant "entirely pOt lble."" He said "It's lend-lease shipment g .,

miles northwest of Si a ike," he I They have nntural blue grass for Z la really beginning to roll." He worth a dozen bombers to the The Agricultural

paid Saturday./ "They used to say their cattle homes and hogs to t- : K said airplane production schedulesfor Germans to wreck vital indus, r

8 f for people to cull a man Rosier grate. The average Iowa farmer the first three months of this tries even in the heart of the : reported prices jt all, fi

and If he mild no, call him Griffin has a farm of from 80 to 640 year have been met or exceeded country." Mr. Landis said $20 ducts combined were DO

and It would be all right acres." 5t1 and production of tanks Is aheadof million of OCD funds have been of parity on March 15 J? I

j nobody lives out there except Mr. Davis moved' to Tennessee : schedule. transferred to build facilities for 46 percent above the I"

y Crlffisesi"j In September 1934, and for sevenyears -- Mr. Nelson said production of manufacture of civilian gas average. The Cornniod,)

j r mar- operated a small coal mine merchant ships Is "Rising rapid- masks Corporation reported It I t!

k ,l which he leaned and farmed 12 ly" and this year's schedule tracted for the ale. Iu,

6- He has acres of land. He married at should be met. A Garand rifle Is TUB ARMED: FOKCESThe period ending April 30, I

( and on for Lafollette and lived in that vicinity now available for "every one of Senate passed and sent to 5.500.000 bushels of 6u
the the House a bill granting pay Increases about 240,000
: first he and lived there during our combat soldiers who is supposed bushels of ,
; from $30 to $42 for privates be
; next $3 seven years. to have one he said. Pro- Ind.u

? O. For the past few months he has dugtdpn schedule for antiaircraftand and apprentice seamen and hol.

fooled with the election been a "body man" at the Temple anti-tank guns also are ,being providing proportional increases y a
'EiP haven't
for other classes. of enlisted men
) he .nafd. "I never get Garage on Temple Avenue working The "talk letter home" '',eqUIpment at the USO-NCCS Club Is met. However "This Is no MANUSCRIPT COV
I yet In 'the armed forces The Poet 100
with L. L. Libby he said. He he stated per BRADFORD !
Nobody time for optimism
I want anyhow. Mr and Mrs.J. easy
the man for his steadily increasing In popularity. Shown above are Office department Issued regulations TELEGRAPH.
yet and Ihaven't plarui to leave Florida ""Because the production of

+ i j w has canvassed made up.my me mind. home state of Iowa sometime this W. Bond of Columbia, 8. C., who stopped at the' NCCS whilevlftltlng war goods Is so huge a job we for granting of free firot- CHURCH

i month where he will make hla at Blandinjt and "talked a letter"to I break ,every record we ever class mailing privileges for all DIR"l'TOltt:
jl''t war looks pretty bad one of their- sons Camp can
"The ranks of the armed forces. The
home In the future. of the SERVICES
fall shQrt
made and still
he aald. "But I have nine children each of their four moos now serving in the armed force In various Senate passed and sent to the FIRST!

(, and have no much to do to try need. House a bill eliminating restrictions K... A.. E. II\PTIJI'P. '
40 of the U. S. J. A. May NCCS director IN shown operatingthe i.l.htt..t
t'getomethlng.for; them to eat T. J. Moore who lives on part a40 N. "' _. f
r1 CIVILIAN SUPPLYThe on marriage of Army and
Church 1Ott
have time to think acre near Hellbronn Springs said retMId-Inaking equipment. Schoot 9 ...
} that I don't officers the Morning
In half- WPB ruled persona buying Navy war. : Worship 11:06
Saturday: "I am right a :
besides taking R. .
clue T. l. 7:00
t 11 about much in : P. M
') and sending them mile of where I have been for 69 *" toothpaste or shaving cream The Navy Department said Evening Worship 8:00:
e of them From Starke p
care See how grey I am!" years I wan brought down here tubes must turn in to the retailers meetings have been arranged In Wednesday Worship IOyFIRST

} to school. 47 of from Georgia when I was abouta To Starke ; 81IIr some, kind of tin or tincoatedtube 35 states between April 9 and 17 -
"I only
sold am .
he year old and If I live until tomorrow .. for each new one purchased to acquaint educators with the K.... o. c.MRTnODIm........1..

i age."I but (Easter) I will b e 70years An unusual example of the cooperation The Board froze sales and deliveries Navy officer procurement pro 120 N. Church. ItES

don't know anything of for all new bicycles for gram under which 80,000 college Church School 10:00: A. !
at age. and lack of prejudice Sunday Worship il-oj
I never worked a day r" :
farming. those already A
adults, including. freshmen and
I sophomores be Young People
He In the SpanlshAmerlcan p
works in my life that I was that has made America great and 11.
ar public ordered and paid for. Red Cross recruited annually. The students Evening Worship loipl:

a '1, .know of. All I"know Mr. Rosier la to dig con It S.war Matthews.back in 1893 He under saw no Major active E. strong wan itecn at the 178ONCCS } local chapters began collection of will be enlisted as apprentice sea I Wednesday Wornhlp- | j, J

"" out of the dirt fighting but ppent considerable when Lt. Clyde Jo:. Kimball, the extra cloth made available by men and allowed to remain In ST. !If"R"'" RPISCOp

eluded. time In Tampa and Kernandlna, chaplain of an Infantry regiment 7 the elimination of cuffs from approximately school at least to the end of the ft.... Feed Yrrkr.
:ice N.
6 50 million pairs of second About will Church t|,
Jeffrey Davis, who lives on a and was In the hospital at Ft. at Camp lUanuing dropped in and year. 35,000 Sunday School
hand stores.
trousers now on be selected 11:001
McPherson Atlanta Ga., with each year for further Womhlp ::
40-acre farm born In the at Montezuma Vanderbilt typhoid fever for nine weeks. "talked a letter" to.a friend in The salvage clip will make about training leading to commissions Friday Sunday Evening7:30 Evening 7:30:: p. fl u
section Stnrke N. II. After the record 300,000 new suits. In Holy Days
as Ensigns the Naval Reserve. 10:00 A. r.
'r' A Iowa nearly 30 yeara ago and "I never knew what It was to
spent all his life on a farm In have either father or mother" wan made it was discovered thatIt The Board ordered productionof The House 'passed and sent to FIRST -

Iowa until going to Tennessee In Mr. Moore said Saturday. "My had been recorded by a Protestant cover caps of tinplate or terne- the Senate an $18 billion War appropriation K.... Csns.PRKSBVTEHU II. Alln, n

w i h ? 1934 he stated Saturday. He : mother died before I was a year >minister I n a Cathollcuponwored plate used as closures for catsup, bill providing almost Church 848 School North ('....., ft.]

a+, went to school In the winter and old. My 1'1' a n dfather, Jesse club and mailed to apt'l'COn Jelly etc. stopped Immediately $7 billion for military airplanes. Sunday Worship 10:00:1100 A.A t

4, {t i hired out to farm In the summer. Green brought me and an older and of crown caps for bottled Service Headquarters Instructed Senior Crusades. 8:00: P. i
,) I of Jewish faith. Another Interewtlng beer and soft drinks stopped Intermediate. Youth 8'00 P,
The average yield on an Iowa sister here while my father went local boards to start classification Evening. Worship 7:00: P.

M farm he said la from 85: to 110 farther down south to find a good feature wan that It went April 30. Production of fluores- of February 16 registrants -

3i t tt bushels of corn to the acre, "And location. While down there he from Starke!, Fla. (which Ward cent lighting fixtures was also and to prepare to fill the ArmY'BJune' ST. RUWAItn' rATHIlj
iI fertilizer out took sick with ordered ended immediately; of HeT. Tk J. Murpkr, I
they don't use any and died. I lived Morehouite describes all a spoiled call- and possibly the May Temple A.....
R there either" he said "It la my grandfather until I was 14 town) to Starke'', N. II., known asNewEnglaniVW vacum cleaners, April 30; and call-from these men and the Early Mass 9:00: A. M.

'pl prairie ground. The only way years of age; and have been most unspoiled' toys and games_ made of metal earlier registrants. SS headquarters !Sunday' imine Mann !Mrrvlrn
t 9:00: A.M.
is plac>tlc and other essential materials
? town also Issued Instructions to all Week. Day Mae. 8:00: A. SI,
June 30. The Board cur local boards for -
registration of
.fI :|I'U Political Announcements I tailed use of crude rubber and an estimated 13, OO.000 men be OOSPKI. T\OtRUCl: .

t ) latex In SO articles, including fire tween 45 and' 64 on April 27. Sir. and Mrs. J. '1'. llol.l;lfT IK
Sunday Service 7:30
4-H Club Boys Deeds Filed and mill hone storage batteries, Friday Service 7:30: : P.P.K V
FOIl .U1PR.11111''II..1' flounce my Candidacy election etc. { AGRICULTUREThe
1 h..r..by l announce. my.elf a can- to the Office of ..IRW Commissioner : i To Aid ProgramBradford Luther O. Powell and wife, I
dlilate. for Kvpresenlatlve to the IMstrlc-t Number Four subject Department of Agriculture
Slate l.fulnlrttur from Bradford. to the will of the Voter In Mary Frlpp Powell, and John H. I'KICKS: said It had purchased more than AUTO PART!
to the will of the the Uemocrntlo Primaries
+ Cuunty suNset In May. county 4-H club boys The Office of Price Administration
1 voters In the Itentorrntlu I'rhna..y.May If elected. I promise to continue to Powell single to Etta S. Tlaon $800 million worth of farm commodities .
I' 6, 1942. If .elected I promlm give my, bent effort to the office. about 100 strong mobilized here froze manufacturers', wholesale USED
totaling than TIRES (WE HI
land more 7,500
March 27
faithfully to make. every. effort. to The vote and active support of all this week to lend their efforts In ; patent grant and retail prices of plumbing
$ /, see that Bradford County and all vot, <.r. In the District will be appreciated signed by 'President I Franklin ml'llon! pounds, during the first YOUR SIZE), GENERAL
producing more foods for victoryover fixtures and of 44 common house
of its rlllEona receive adequate of I
Pierce Oct. 2, 1854 from the year Department's expanded -
representation In thin Important T. C Chastaln.KOIt the axlH. hold electrical appliances all at
( ( lawmaking. body United States of America ("an purchase pl'ogram-March 15, CARS ANI TKICKSIXJ
{j Sincerely, ('01'\"'V ('cnl 11'.10'\' ..1U.1I"'I'IU'I' County agent L. T. Dyer said March 30 levels. Ceilings were CONDITION.
act to make bounty land warrants
J. 1' Jake. ) nOm RTS. .
( 1I n also! set on wholesale prices of
that the National 4-H club drive Excess Acid
hereby aiininince my candidacy assignable and for other pur- causes
? FOIL rorvrv COMMISMONKK1HSTUICT for election to the* office of County: began last Monday and will con po t's"' ) to Thomas Willis, March bond, ledger book and plain and FREE 'I youpain.ofStamachUlcers Used Autos $25 0
I'ommlHHluner' of lilxtrlct New'
1 Five which fancy cover paper and Brlstola.
11 at
//1 hereby iinnounre myxelf a River and Brooker Precincts I : subject I tinue through; April 27, 1942; patent land grant from Indigestion
to the will at'' the Democraticvoterif time It la the desire of national America, The Agricultural Department said HASKINAUTO !
the United States of
.County to Bloating Gas,Heartburn Belching:, .
In the 1'rlmfirle In May I the retail.-.cost of food is now 15pet'eent
well local leaders that
t.. 7 =r; (l.awtcy District I ) miujt-rt to the solicit the vote ,and active support an HS every Alexander Willie of Columbia above the 1935-1939 Nausea, get a free sample of UDGA PARTS
nuullfliHl of all the voter In the able bodied American boy will be average
wni of the t) elector 'ofthin district March 27
County by
: 1 ( dlHtrlrt. I'roinlMlnir, If .elected liromlftlnM If elected to continue to mobilized to do his part in the but is still below the 1929 and a fret Interesting booklet atCARI'ENTER'S North of Town on I Bo
t that 1 will at all time work for give my bent efforts to the wel President Franklin Pierce May 1, level.
; the bent lnernt. of my dlHtrlrt and fare' of the district and the County national emergency. 1855; Florence, Varnadoe, a widow DRUG STORE
tl at large
the county a. a whole. 1 will appreciate
s ) your vote und support 51. O. llarr.ll. Meetings will be held throughout to L. R. Waters and J. K.

y 9} Sincerely the county with the first one Douglas of Brooker. March 27; .,'

A T. T. Blackburn FOIl M'HOOI. 110 till starting off the mobilizationdrive Elizabeth C. Pace as executrixof
1)I.rleto. I
FOIL C'Ot'MTY COMMIVMONUIt 1 wlHh to announce mv ciimliducy held in Brooker last Saturday the estate of Chus. F. Pace deceased THE :

} 4 DISTRICT! 1 for election OK. u member, of the morning April 4th, at 10 to Vlda V. Morgan, March SLAP JAP OFF THE MAP
1 take this method' of announcing School Hoard from Ulntrlct/ Nn. 1 A. M.Farm.
candidacy for election to Hiibji'i-t to the will of the voter 27; Dan Thomas and wife. Victoria
l the Office. of County: CimimlMslnner I In. the. Democrat. J'rlnuiry liny\ 6, Thomas to Lee Roy Thomas ,. .,'
Of IHntrlrt Number I. Lawtwy 1'...- 11)42. Due tn the lutenvn. of the '. ,', \'", '
*' clnrt, subject to the Democratic season and. the scarcity of farm. Films and Rosa Lee Ghent March 30; ,, \. .' ."J'.>,'1!.tf' {:I" "", ". v"
Prlmnrle In May. 1 will appreciate I lubor, 1 will nut be able to makea Sallie L. Dukes and husband : {: H'
1 the vote and support of the pvrHonal ouiivaHM, of the voters, Shown In CountyU.
,yll gdttllftedvoters. In m y district but If hunoreii with election. to this Jonathan Dukes to L. R. Waters
M uremlxlnir I If elected to Rive my office 1 sincerely. promise to work and J. K. Douglas of Brooker Tires
i bent services to my district and' for the bent Interest of all the S. Department of Agriculture ILwe Your
+ the County at )larae. schools of liracKorU County March 27; Ruth Lawrence, unmarried :

It $l P. D. Keddlsh.m J. Jl. MOORB: that Bradford films, portraying farmers the part will of Clay County to G. W. ; .
FOR HCIIOOI, ItO\III Hall of Clay County March 30;
Ul..rlrt >.>. I play in the national defense program L. D
( FOR COI''TV' 0'10"8.0'1111:1\ G. Powell and his wife. May 5 r
I IlUtrlrt Ho. a 1 hereby announce myself a candidate were shown this week in J
+li To The Kemocratlo. Voter of for election an member, of Frlpp Powell to Edward Bums start off
:lt' + County Commissioner. District Number the School Hoard from Dlntrlct No, four sections of the county. March 31; C. 'J. Powell and his Don't
fi 2, oomprlHlnic I'reclnct Number 1, comprising North Htarke and The first one was shown Mon wifeMildred : 4- like
Two North Htarke! Lawtey subject to the will of the Powell to Board of
day night at the Lawtey high
voters In the Democrat Public l
I am taking thin method of announcing primary Instruction April 1.
my candidacy for County of May 6. If elected I promise. to school; the second Tuesday nightat a skyrocket ',
Commissioner of IMntrlct/ NumberTwo work for the beat. tnterexl of all ; f}
the courthouse here anotherIn TRAIN .
the schools In Hradford ( *
subject to your vote In the 'oun.y.0111' h
( Democratic Primaries In" May \' vole and .active support are the Hampton school buildingon Soutlibountf ,;

v liellevlna: that my .pant expnrl respectfully ollctted. Thursday and the last one at Local due Starke 11:15: : P. M. "' t't \ 41
: l lenoe of eight[ year In. thin. capacity LOIU-ZO: ; n. GREEN .. .. ')''j .
from 1113 to 1840 Inclusive Brooker Friday night. 8:24: A. M. ;
( uallflei me for thin Important of- FOR 'IIOOI. n<>\RDUlntrlet -
+, .. They were largely attended by Miami 10:43: P. M. p
(Ice I am respectfully) ,solicitingyour % 1 i
?l active support: and vote. 1 hereby. announce myself a can the hundreds of farmers and their Northbound
If ": uromliie to give to dldate for r..I..e.lon n* a memo families who their best 1
are doing
the : I.dol the district and the her of the Board of t'ubllo Inntructlon. Local due Starke 6:21 P. M. b like
i county-at-larB fair and impartial District No. 1 f-awtey and N. to help aid the national program Jax beyond due 6:21: P. M. ; .'or stop
5 Htnrke. e
f .rvlc. ) Subject to the will of the throughout the United States. /
t r _u u CONNER qualified electara. In the. Primary Petersburg Va., & you're
A Election to be> held In May The pictures were Known by beyond due ____ 3:28: P. M. 'It ,
Pledging In return the name the AAA office In Gainesville home ..
FOR COl'NTY COMMISSIONER Starke and' Bell sliding-
courteous services I have rendered .. branch 101 i r ; .AL
DISTRICT a In under the supervision of w
the pant, your vote and support County leaves 7 A. M. No.
I hereby announce my candidacy! will be highly appreciated, Agent L. T. Dyer.111ethodist arrive ,yA
for re-election to the Office of Respectfully, 1:50: P. M.. dally except Sunday.
Ibv County Commissioner. District Number J, H. NORMAN. ., .
f. North Htarke Precinct. sub .."
',' ject to the Democratic Primaries. Church '#
la FOR "<'11001. Botnn DR. LEMUEL COLSON ';.,
fit save
solicit the vote and support UUtrlet Mo. :a your gas,
m : of all of the qualified. voter In I wish to announce that T will Services at the Church next DENTIST )a Save your tIres, save "
r aid District promising It elected. be a candidate far the office of Sunday will be as follows: WIN t
( to continue my beat effort In bed1' member. of the Hoard of Public Intructlon Uncle Sam -
.. Church School 10 A. M. OFFICE 129 CALL ST.
S half of the district and the County from LMntrlrt 3, ...mprl.. your care
3 at lane. Ins Hampton Omhnm, llrooker Morning Worship 11 o'clock. ADKINS BLDG.Ik..D. .
?fs W. Mitch Edward. and New Itlver. If honored with Sermon Subject: "The Power Of
Q I'r ndJtt"lI to per
form my la a bunlneHa-ltke. His Resurrection. Manifest ; jw
manner an.trlve "
my time and .JD<:JI"JU>1[
fr STRICT! 3 energy to the further. Through The Faith Of His Dis
up-bulldlnc -
) \
I wish to announce my candidacy of our nrhooln.. Ynur vote and con ciples." \ -- Here's
I for election to the office of tinued support wilt be the way FENSE)
,r County Commissioner. of District O. appreciated.C. Youth Fellowship Meetings 7 ''I
ill Number Three, Mouth Starke
P. M.
+r subject to the will of the
I Tot-r In the. emocratlo Primaries. FOR nrnooi. 80 \RD Evening Worship at 8 P. M. to keep in TIP-TOP Shape! t B

ut In May. 1 solIcK the active support Illalrlr No. a Subject: "The Closed Door."
and the vote of t hereby announce myself
all qualified a can
p +' voter In Maid district didate for member of School Board Prayer Services at the Church tIA Sure r we've got to work AND .rATCS :1a,, ', tsar
ho' If elected I promise to continue for IXntrlct Three, comprising' New Wed. at 8 P. itA a vlrca '.'
to give my beet effort to the in.tercet Klver.. Ilrooker I Oraham and Hamp. WORK HARD, to win. But we've oNOS i "
Ion subject to the cordial welcome to all
of Platrlct Three and the emocratlo Pri services

x., County at !lane. J. U WYNN. mary years. In experience May. Aa on 1 have the had Hoard four 1 of the Church. also got to relax. There' no better'wD0W -; tri' J

feel myself qualified to nerve' the. O. C. Powell Pastor. than with
people far better than beforeand. way a of smooth
UISTHICT! 4 elected I will endeavor to do looking after and providing for mellow JAX Beer. Golden 4Jj
-good JAX M 1
...,. ,
To the.0.
of County Com Will highly appreciate. your vote my elf since that time. Within f lb.-
1 missioner
{} ,yyI rnmprlsms. ; ltrlct Oraham Number Hampton,Four and and support Respect fully, three or four years after the warI :: will keep you feeling fit as a fiddle. uo tat ? 'BliED
Theressa Precincts llr
: I
hereby an KliniKJ.: I.KWI.1.: bought the farm where I am Next time /
now living from J. M. Truby. tired, and

He married in 1899. thirsty, say "MAKE MINE ]AX!" 9- '

SINCLAIR PRODUCTS "I'm not raining any straw

berries nowadays," he said. "I'm I JAX' BREWING COMPANY

Gasoline, Oils, and Fuels not able to work them, and all Jacksonville.. FundsR1.F0 '

my help I hI gone. I raise some And We,, Also Save You \ -

1 1 WHEN YOU NEED FUELS FOR HEATING beans.truck stuff such as corn and Money By Giving Good ;

GIVE US A RING WE DELIVER Mr. Moore has with him hla Leather and Quick Ser- ) DOHARS every week! \

wife and two daughters who workat vice. I

-t, H. E. TUCKER Agent Camp Bland Ing. He has a son for original victory slogans like the one in this ad.
who has been in the Navy stationed Entries for this week
accompanied by label
For Sinclair Refining Co. June at Jacksonville since last, All Werk Guaranteed reasonable facsimile, from JAX Beer, Ale or Stout or < E E R

Phone 158 close midnight,April 10th. Complete rules on appli

Starke, Fla. Electric cation. Send your slogan today CONTEST
f t r Office Sap p >*. Bradford Shoe Shop P. O. BOX 1772, JACKSONVILLE VLORiDA

County Telegraphs .

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'tit I 1L1 194'__-___________________________ PKAPFOKD_ COUNTY TKLEQRAril. STARKE. FLORID'\

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age was retired with government bills.. .
a < I '
R OFFENSIVE pay. Roth Mr. and Mrs Llstan nail hid iiuiKt. he acoonipnnleil seek dUorce. Bradford < mtm ;in KKs nf NF.'i also 4 acres on
NEWS ANALYSIS By Edward C.. Wayne : dra visit the Kellya by a ,'.."hh. >,l" rheck or a rertlfl.il, Teleirritphhull next four weekly piibllxh IKHIIOU this O.lt'in Kau: ( .idii" ..if 'HXvVot\ NK'!: ,, all In
during the I.'h.'k ni i old bond I In the amount Witness Section 31 Twp 1 14. It. 22 Kast.i t I Ili It
- Expect Drive summer and have made a host. of of. ri\v percent CAp. c.) of the at Htalke.: my Florida hand: tills and 1 Match official: 13th.Neal I iiiitainlnK. : 41 acres mora or less.
base Maggie Lester
hid ,
In Two Directions friends. We all regret to learn of btddet. If HH n auarHiitee that the ..944OFFICIAL. MaitKle flirt Wlllllt"lI.formerly auardlan.
Losses in aunril.ul the contract will
Vessel .
Atlantic )
\.r. I
I ILondon's his illness within I 3-20 4t 4-10
chant and wish him a "speedy' ten tlO I ) coiiNecutlve. calen- AH Cleik of said Court, :.1-30% 41 4-10
"listening posts" on the dar Oays after written not lea be Inn lliillih C', .
19 recovery. .Klien of sut-h award enter Into Rnmedy. Jacksonville, Flu, IN ('Ut'tIT 4 01 "1'. BH\l>FOHrfOINIt
chiHit Shortage of Shipping Crews; European continent apparently had T. S. Dennis of Ft. White Is written contract with the City of H Atty for rif.iv I yl.oiilut l IN tll\V.
se been able to confirm that Germany'aspring his Statk, 10.1..10111., In accordance, with ticks-: .
!lOt visiting daughters Mra. E. C. the uicepted hut. anil (tlvo ... p..r-I III"IT rot HT. nit \I>KOIII> .lovce I' Jones, PI'nUrf.VII, -
''I Na Dissatisfied With Cripps', Plan offensive was, as had been Priest and Mrs. Kate Sheppurd.THERESSA formance. bond .satisfactory to the' ('UI M-l. FI.OItlltAl IN ('Itt. liam T. Jane*. Defendant.>> Case No. '
; thought. to be directed against Russia City of rkIO equal to nnn hun 4'10:HV. 1944.
with 100 dred I r p. c.) of the Ruby ilrace Lana-ford. .Plaintiff ORDER OF PfBLICATIOV
con vs.
Ponder New Jap new divisions many of, tra*.t price. Roy F, Lang-ford 1..f."anl"a8... AND NOTICE TO APPEAR':
D! rvers Strategy them from conquered or "an- :No bidder may withdraw. his bid No 1920. STATE: OF FLORIDA to: William
If schlussed" countries.At By Bin. It. D. 1layMr. within ,sixty I ( :O) days after tha OKKKIt OF IMTBI.IC1TIOV T. Jones' whose residence I I..* care
dale set fur the opening thereof AM NOTICE TO APPEAR of ( .,ldB Parrlsh Health Clinic

91! ... .. ...... ,. the same time the clamor had City of stark., Klurlilu STATK OF FLORIDA to: Roy F. Shreveport Louisiana;
.... ..,..... 'b.y been and Mrs. Arthur Milliken By Lana-ford 4K.1: You are required to appear on
F : 1-3
5, Sh .r.n-.v. 55, asa.....u, ., IIs a.........) renewed in England: for a and children of Ocala Carl Johns' Mobile, Alabama.. Dauphin Street May 4th, 1942. In the above named

h. ______ (llele..4 b7 WSItSr. H.wlP.aler; Unlon.t'_ _ _ "spring offensive" on the part of were din ,'lCy'I"rk.. You are required to appear on Court and cause, wherein plaintiff
-- Britain that would ner gueuta of Mr 'and Mrs. A. L. 4-3 2t 4.10 M In the above named seeks divorce. Uradford Cotinty
> Include a major Sullivan Sunday. (' :;rrtt.t'; cause. wherein plaintiff Telegraph shall publish this Order
It LiI' i idu : JAPANESE land offensive as well as the air seeks divorce. Bradford County In next four weekly Issue
: Mr. and }[ IV rmrriT rornT. nniuKonn Witness. hand and official
blitx which already had ra. E. S. Sibley were Telearaph shall publish. I this Order my seal
iuw-; Gone Plans ObscureThe got under visiting relatives In (COI;>TV. KLUHIUAI iv: CIIV.MWm. : In next four weekly Issues.. at Stark. Florida this March 85th., '
Hampton 'IoRY. 142. I
HiCOl I' according! my hand and official seal.
I pin tM British certainty felt by new front in Europe had been Monday. k T. Piells Plaintiff vs. John- .at Starke, Florida. this March 17th. OFFICIAL 8K.VL) A. S. Thomas '
had found th m- Germany nil C Fields. Defendant. Case No. 1943. A* Clerk of said Court. 3-37 4t 4-17
> 11'II rtJC'rt.major b.tUetronta that the Japs were going to move urged right along: in many; quartersand Bobby Hall of Starke was the ms ( Jo'l'rLAfR; .) A. 3. Thomas W. T. Mayo Jacksonville, Fla. j .1

,fvtr fairly iupport at all Into India with their major offensive now Lord Beaverbrook himself week-end guest of his I cousin, ANn ORDER NOTIO Of PtTBMCATION TO ATHlSAIt A Francis* : M Mcllale.said Court.:. 3-30 4t 4-10 Atty. for Plf.iv -----. I! :I '

air Britl* wired to instead of Australia gave rise more had broken with Churchill at least Truman Dickinson STATR UF KI..oRIDA to: Johnnie Florida.' Ally for Pit. Jacksonville : (".R".T cot"nx, imtnronn I _'

apl, W complete control and more to a feeling that perhapsthe to that extent, and from Miami Fla., Mrs. Dan Railey of Keystonewas C.known.Fields, whusa residence.. Is Un. -- ( OI'I'VI' .....ORII.c.U.. :

"hive landing of substantial reinforce had joined the ranks of those who Von are required to ix: rinci IT roriiT. II" 'I>FOHI> CKHY. I'Albert
) visiting her here appear on .
\'pj son the CO! If. Mercer '
over NTl. Plaintiff I
"i FLOIIIIttl IN lll\> VII.
Max (th.. .
lM2 In :
> c If. under General Still- menU in the "down under" continent believed the time had come for week-end. and ., wherein the above nam..d'ourt ('ickyJoseph Msry Mercer\ Defendant Case No. :
n.1IIete. may have given the Britain's large land army to break' .seeks dlvoicH.a..e. llradford plaintiff (Onleppe) Mnn..o. Plaintiff 1934.ORDETl
ud the Japs Miss; Ida Hagan was shopping County vs. Itosa. Pnlumhn Mails OF PUBLICATION I
- AmerIcan. pause at that. out of the islands and go across to In Starke Friday.Mr. Telegraph i In next. four shall weekly publlnh Issues.this Older. dant. Case: No. 1914OllDKR AND NOTICE TO APPEAR

)a1' It was certain that the Japs were some occupied country and start for : and Mrs. A. L. Sullivan Witness. my hand and official .seal ANH. NOTICE OF TO i.'ilL API'KAIt te\: TIOS Mercer STATE whose OF FLORIDA address to I I. : Alma Mary I

having more success in Burma than Berlin. at Starke, Florida, this Marc a&CI.., STATH OF OaoroTla.
I were shopping In Starke Saturday 1942. FI.01UDA: Rosa '
they were around Australia and the Victory In 1942 was the slogan of afternoon.Mr. (OKF1CIAI.' 1iI : J. Thomas Palumho Manso. whose residence Is, You are required. to appear on
" I a"our1 cnre of Nloolana-elo, May 4th, 1943 In the above named
those I As ., : Palumbir. San ;
who Clerk
view was held that the believed the time was ripe of 3-37: 41 4-17 Court
. perhaps Japanese and Mra. A. H. Kelsey were (I. A. ) Fellc Salvo. Province of CompobasHo and cause, wherein plaintiff Iseeks
Intrpheiis Jacksonville
'p1ft.'I might keep a "token force" to strike ashore as well as in the in Starke Tuesday on businesa. Atty. for flf.i Flu. Country of Italy. I Bradford divorce from Mary 14..1'''.''. I
: You County Telegraph shall
air and are required to appear on
.ft.p. north of Australia and a considerable they pointed out that Russia Mrs. I). W. Moore nan returnedto \ ('lft'IIr <'0' sir May (Ih., 1942 In the above named\ publish thin Order In next four I
naval power there, to Immobilize had 7,000,000 fighting men on the \KOHI) Court and cause, wherein i plaintiff I i I weekly' Issues.Witness .
her home here after a pleaaant roi > r Ki.oitiitti ix t'll ,:NICenrletta seek divorce. Rradford :: I IT..lp..rAph I mr hand and official seal I :
eastern front Hitler's t':11: s County
the against
Americans and Aussles. 4.900.- visit with her son and daughter- L. shall publish. this Order at Htarke, Florida. this March, *4th., ,,
000 even with the 100 Contmanilor. Plaintiff, In next four 1942.
new divisions weekly .Issues
At the same time, these observers and that a front in-law Mr. and Mrp. Howard V. Iuther Rt 4ominaiidvr( I Pefvndan Willie i .,. mv hand and official seal I OFFICIAL SEAL': ) A. .1. Thomas !
had held the Japs might turn their new on the west Moore of Belle Glade. I. Clue No.OK 1 HUMLir'ATION::I9OKOICIt nt Starke! Florida this. March. I Ulh. As Clerk of .said Court. 3-17 4t 4-17 '

attention to India. and profiting would spell ruin to Adolf. Mr. and ANH: 1142.to..I't. E. K. Perryman Atty. for Plf. I
by Even the Mrs. Ben JLoper, Mra. NOTirrj TO AJ'I'l-JAU ,\1. SEAL) A..r. Thomas
: the difficult efforts Britain had had Bulgars traditional Dun Loper and little daughter It 8TATK( tlP Ft.OHII'V to-: I..t her As Clerk of said Court. 3-20: 4t 4-10 I
blood relatives and friends of the 'oinmander. whose residence Is RE.ELECTLEXGREEN
to line up the Hindus on their side Dorothy l'lIkllow"
Russians had been forced to were shopping In Starke IN ('111("I I'r (.0'.11.r. mi \FOHI I>
in the forthcoming battle sweep in con- Saturday morning.Mr. You are required to appear on ('01 NTl .....Otll.. \ t\ IIIINVaueii '.
tribute 200,000 to the German Muv 4th, 1942. In the uhov nll.n..1.rt
men new t':11 v. t :
with their military and win their armies the reports had it. and Mrs. C. Sullivan were '.-'", and cause, wherein plaintiff '\ If, Pascal I I. Plaintiff. vs.
p.'I. way to the Persian gulf. in Starke Friday on busnens.! seeks divorce. Itradfoid County Lucy pascal. Defendant. Case. No. ;
Italy instead of sending a million Telea-rnpli shall' iiubllHh\ this Order 1911. t
Chief drawback to this view was had In next four weekly Issues. ORDER OF 1
men, as been demanded by Pt'BLICTIOV
the fact that the Japs were said to Berlin had sent half this number ,. RULED INDEX C.tILD-35s: at Witness Mtarke, tny Florida! i ::1:1t''I;' March official 251 seal h.. STATE AND NOTICB OF FLORIDA TO API'HAIl to ( ) ;f
have only half million VI l 48.tOFFICIAI. ; Lucy
a soldiers in BRADFORD)
and had tried to get out of that. It Pnxcal. whoBK residence. I"i; Route r
( SKAI) A.
J. Thomas
the entire 6
Southwest TKLKGRAPI1. 1.
Pacific Schenectady New York. ,
per had been reported. The Italian As. Clerk of .said Court. 3-2741 4-17 You

haps enough to attempt an Invasionof losses on the east front last winter I ITill O.itl'trt"l,': :nll, Jacksonville. Flu.. May Situ are,, 1943 required In the to above appear named on\ ".
: (
population-scarce Australia but ( 0' liT I\ Ai) Court, and cause, wherein plaintiff
had been
frightful. J.'ott niituFottn o'OL :>T% -nit .
seeks .1 i .
e'orce. toni
surely not enough to spread out The direction of the probable offensive ,"Tril OK ..o.tlu t.Notke IV: .'II..J. 'OI'R'I' OF" Til K ('Ol' TY Teleicraph .shall publish this County urduI'III
VEBAL STILLWELL through a country populated with IB hereby given that on Jl I.fI.:. HIIMIFOIIU I' () U :> '1' \. next four weekly Issues.,
was seen as two-fold. one the 2nd day of Way A. 11. 1H4.4.' at KI.OIIIII ,. IV I'ltOHVII-l. Witness. I
""hrin: a dnidfj front. 390,000,000 people. major series of drives to be headed 10 oiluck. A. M' or 1111 tmim theta.after In re: Ksiats: ofLitiuer lit Starke., my 10'101'10100.hand this and. official!March lilt seal h. I

tan forces had divided thee Unless the Hindus were more than toward the Crimea and the territory an BHIIIO Intend can to be apply,heard to the theundersigned 1..c..e.l. Powell, (1943.OFFICIAL SEAL) A..r. Thorns ,

front between them and passively opposed to the British. unless south of the Donets basin. Honorable A. Z. Adklnx, a Judirn TO .'11 'r.dlle.r' nml Persons HMV Ac Clerk of .said. Court. 3-20 4t (-10''
they to welcome The I of the'h'.ult Court at hiM urn,'. In Ins; ('...1.... or l...........l* .\itaia'.' S II. Wilson, Jacksonville.
Billing! a brave. though aploiing were willing other major objective was to \ JSIarke, Klorkln, for an older autliortslnir ,"..I.. r:>'''f.., Atty. for Plf. Fla.
battle against com- the Jap Invaders with open arms, it I be the far north the port of Mur. the undeririKiietl, to adopt You and each. ot you me, hereby, _
toP MUhatM. Anne ThoinpHiin. a iniiiur. notified I und i enulred I to vu'.ose lot .any TO WHOM '
would be
api and Burmese the lat. a hopeless task to attempt mansk, through which most of the Mr. Mason W. MoirowMIH claims. and deinuiidHhlrh. you or This I 1M to IP I' Y COX r.llNl:

,mj gone over to the Nip- occupation of the whole subcontinent American and British lease.lend aid KouUo. WllllitniH. .Moirow." either of you, "may' have against that I notify will on all HIM parties' 21st concerned day

after the invasion any more than the Japs had had been going. 4.3 4t 4-U the. estate. of IjUlhnr C. 1'ouell. le-. of April, !1943. make appllcat litn to
loon reaNeil. Ittte of sit lii C'ountv, to the to the. County Juclwe of Bradford '
been able to do anything in China l\ ('III*"I "'1' ('(CI'UI'. llllI>.'onn County Judge of Itratlford Coflty Conintv Florida, t.. sell the Un. I
unable toe with far more troops. ('Ol".u'U... t I l\ iritish themselves ('''::11 1. l of the said ....
NEW RIVER County )Ptarke minor I Oeoi'sre Illrt .In i to i iuC
I Indians to defend their Therefore many took still a third Mary 1* Howl..". PlaintiffM, Cleo }Florida within' e I I... h t ritlemlurmonths fr>p llowlnsT I described I 1,. I1.n.n: I: i llrad- STATI AT LARGE I _
. By Jetule Lee Lazenby I Defendant. CUHU. No from the time of the first. ford
County, Fla to-wlt
in that neither h7ltowl..y!
jrd, had found the Japs no view Australia nor In- ,
1871.URIlBIl publication i of this not tt'e. Kurhclaim I In fifth undivided i I Interest I In and DIMOCIATIC
when it came to giv11 dia was the prime objective of the OFPlTflMC.\T10X or demnnd. shall I I l be In I ,
Realty EASTER SERVICESEaater writ ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,__-_______________ ,.icccc I
AND NOTICE TO At'l'KAH i Ill K sent shall' ofresdence "==r""I ""' ""' "" .
lr 11 natives willing to jointing Japs but Siberia, to open a new front services were held at 101'1''ATE: OP FU>llll>A toCleo: ( : und: ; :tceom e place address:i: ca: =c,:,,:, == :":,::":: c:".:..:,:..: ':.:II.:'r:.:"::": IIII:.:' ::":::":,: ::": ',:' I '

forces. against the Russians in the first the New River Baptist Church. T.. Kowtey whose rwHldeme lit 525WMt of the ('clulmnnt and shitll, be swornto FUNERAL DIRECTOR c I :
r I the defenders were finding place and simply to hold and at- 76th 8tr..et, ChU-UKo llllnoU. by the claimant his or her
The Rev. H. M. Tillman deliveredthe You ore required to appear on agcent or attorney, anil any such My Many Yearn Experience !Make It Vfmslble for Ma to Render '
|lvei batt'lng. as they did in tempt to develop the East Indian and the Rev. May 4th, 1942 In the above named claim or demand not so filed shall! I
with a force well equipped resources of oil and rubber while morning Court and cause, wherein plaintiffHeekH be void. EFFICIENT IMtOMIT lUd COUKTKOV8: 8EKVICEMODKHATK
Lawbon preached the afternoon divorce and rextoratlon of John H. Powell and ;
Itivt guides and native fight- doing their real fighting back of A crowd attended Maiden n am". Bradford County I.uther n, Powell : : I'lUCKS: ii''
I 1 tie anomalous position of Manchukuo. sermon. large Telegraph shall publish thin Order As executors of the Last. "Will and
and the usual church dinner was I In next four weekly iMMuen.WltneiiH Testament. of Luther C. 1'owell. de DeWITT C. JONES ,1'i j
t Burma from the Burmese U either of these objectives, however enjoyed.Mr. my hand and official Heal ceased.. Htirke Florida,

.i the Japs. t,_ were carried out. Instead of at 1943.Htarke, Florida I thin March 3l8t., First. publication 3-20 1942.3-20 4t 4-10 I' !

AT SEA the occupation of Australia, it was and Mrs. R. R. Andrewsand (OFFICIAL. 8KAL) A..r. Thomai ,\
1 : pointed.out that it would into children attended the Easter 'As Clerk of said Court.3 4t (- ,iv: (.R.T 'ol"I'r. BHADFOHII a t
J. 8. HarrIson Jacksonville, "'110. rOI'NTY. FI.OHII1AI IV tllAV.
ling Away *StbWGerman II'o the hands of Australians and AmerIcans pageant.; "The Shadow of the Atty. for Pit. CU Y. W. T. CLUTEEALTOR fj. ,

I U-boats perhaps ( whose ultimate objective was Cross" at the State Farm Friday _' James. D..mpll"Plalntlft.. vs. Catherine F. II. A. LOANS I ', a
IN CIRCTIT ( OtRT. BRADFORDroiivrt. Dempsey, Defendant Case No. I
111'' Italians working with an offensive against the Japs-not night. They stated that this : '. FI.OHIU.II m (:...,.\. t90"onDRR We want the listing; on your property 1 :
merely holding their own. whole program was very impressive -
era the only sea force ot thehleb Ella Hyrd Zlnklnnd, Plaintiff VB, >>> NOTICE TO AI'PKAH
We have wonderful for sale
i was causing any lasting and inspiring and that they John Zrnkland: Defendant. Caaa: No. STATK OF FI.OKIUA toI: Catherine some

i to the Allies as the Jap- INDIA : are looking forward to attendingthe 1289.ORDER OF1 PfBLlCATIOX Unknown.You Dempsey. whose residence. Is See us about your Real Estate Needs I ,

I fleet was rapidly and con DissatisfactionWhether next annual Easter program AND NOTICK TO AI'I'BAK are required to appear on 119 E. CALL STREET PHONE 66 '
fixing whittled down to Amer- given there. STATE OF FI.OIUOA to: John April llth, 1942 In the .above named ;

India was finally to accede Zlnklanil, Whose residence. IH IZ.'HKant Court and cause, wherein plaintiff. _________________ '
'e, while our fleet was ,row. to Britain's wishes Mrs. Eustace Kelly and children Kelly Street Indianapolis, _______________ l"
or not it
get by about two warships Eustace Jr., and Joe attended Indiana. ::1
1 still had been evident that the rank You are required to appear on .' ,
Best news was the navy's and file] of the Indian people had Easter Services) at St. Edward's May 4th, 1942 In the above naine'lt2ourt "' ;.41 i
cement that a total of 28 Axis Catholic Church. and cause wherein plaintiff
been vastly disappointed with the seeks divorce and restoration of
|nnei have been sunk by U. S. mission of Sir Stafford Cripps and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Tomlinsonare Maiden Name. f trad ford County .
and naval forces to Telegraph/ shall pul>llnh this Older '
the message he brought them. receiving; congratulations on a In next four weekly. iHnuex.WltneHB 'I

Virtually they pointed out it was new granddaughter. Mr. and my hand and official" neat THE SIGN OF : \
(Japanese air fleets suf- at Starke, Florida, this March Int.,
were the same as that offered them backat Mra. Roy Cowan of Jacksonvilleare 1942. ,

losses of live to one. Pearl the beginning of the war. with the proud parents. Mra. Cowan (OFFIflAr BEAD A. J. ThomanAn
f Clerk of .said Court. 4-3 4-24
wai 4t
already twice avenged
.nd ,the sole difference that Britain was will be remembered as Kidney C. Kami. Jacksonville Fla.
plane losses. and the committing herself to the giving of Nlta Tomlinson. Atty. for 1'lf.

pponese 1 outlook of the battle against India of some form of dominion Corp. Clifford Hazen of Ft. l.v: ('''Ir. IT ('ni hr. flfl \Foiin '

was more favorable status, while heretofore Britain had Benntng is visiting his brother- ('01 SM", FI.IMIllltl I'M CIIAX- DEPENDABLE SERVICE
is time
went on despite the rKitr.netty .
would "talk it over"after
lowing of merely said in-law and sIster, Mr. and Mrs. Uanrnett Wlrl Mat ton, Plain. ,
terrl- ,
conquered the war. Rudolph Andrews. tiff V..*. Porter I.. Mattox Defen
dant. Cnxe No. 1972.
boats were their It wasn't apparently so much that Mr. and Mrs. P. D. Reddish and ORDER OF PiHLIfATION I

if ilnkings continuing the Hindus ,wanted their freedom family of Heilbronn recently AND NOTIOF3 TO AFPEAllSTATK ?

tor a wide along area the but Atlantic somea now. but it was that they didn't wantto visited Mr, .and Mrs. C. E. An-' Muttox OF whose FI.OIUI1A rcMldenc to*: PorterL. I In, 610 FOR ANY CAR OR TRUCK

d been expressed that the be put into the position of havingto drews and family. JefferHon. street. Alexandria, Va.
You are required to appear on
for their freedom under the Hamiltonand
1" port of Saint Nazaire fight Mr. and Mrs. Zedrle May (th., 1942 In the above named i
M costly blow direction of the British and as a twin pong Thomas and Court and cause, wherein plaintiff.
to the Mails.
.seeks divorce and restoration. of
at the arrest of a spy ring in vassal state. James. of Palmetto a t ten ded maiden name. Hradford County

might make it The Indian leaders wanted Britainto Easter Services here. Telegraph hall publish. thl. Order
> more difficult give them the right to organize' of, In next four weekly tame ,' ..
U-boat skippers to find tar. : Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Lynn Witness my hand and official neal

finance and carry out their own Alachua were Sunday guests of at Htarke. Florida" ,, this April Int.,

defense, with the aid of Britain and slater Mrs. FloydWiggins. L 1942. _
by Lynn's ,
U-boats still was (OFFICIAL REAL) A. J. Thomas
MWIng our commissioning of the other Allied nations.To An. Clerk of said c'ourt.3 4t 4-24 i itIII

i rchant vessels but it was this. Sir Stafford Cripps had Pvt. Chester Moody of Camp Charles ida. Atty. Miller for PIt Jacksonville, Flor

g It constantly more difficult indicated he bad no power to accede. Blanding) has enjoyed the past

"tippers Gandhi and Nehru both being few week-enda with his family IV ('ineiu'rii HT. lilt IUFOHIIoi
crews. Con"W ,'
( vrv. pi.oitiui IN n\:>- -SEE YOUR ] :
before it a bill to avOard quoted as saying they hoped for a Corp. W. N. Johns of Ft. Ben- ('ElI\'

hero and other leaders Join. week., Yvonne "llallet Vermeemrh. PlaIn.
medals for bravery at settlement nlngr Ga., was home last .
tiff. vs. Pierre \>rrneer ch,
torpedoing of the same type ing them in this hope. dant. C....e No li S.ORDKIl .

se awarded to navy heroes. Back of it all was the Hindu desire end.Mr.. and Mrs. Carl Wynn of AND NOTICE OF PfHUCATIO TO APPHAUSTATK LOCAL DEALER

e many seamen were brave to carry out a "passive resist Hampton were in our vicinity one OF FLOIllDA : tB Pierre

In ance" to. the Japs figuring on their this week. Vermeernch whose residence. I.. No.
newspaper interviews. It day .. ..
4 Hue du Iluiaion Bru. el Bel
ettiitg Increasingly hard to own enormous numbers and their Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ward of gium.Yod.

hips with survivors dark and devious ways of doing: Keystone were visiting Mrs.'ard's are required. to appear on
of torpe- May 4th., 143:!, In the above nam..dCourt
rather than
'nd the shortage created by things to beat the Japs pareata Mr. and Mrs. E. and cau... wherein. plaintiff

who had died at sea had to to attempt the seemingly hopeless A. Sapp Sunday. seeks. divorce and CUllto.ly of Child

td by" new task of organizing the country militarily those recently employed Bradford County Telegraph chad
trainees for the Among jiubllxh thin. Order In next four
par1 for a battle with planes at the Blandlnft laundry on weekly Iftnues.Wltnenn. _
al ., my hand .nl official .seal
one of tanks and'guns.MISCELLANY Alvarez
the worst war bottle. night shifts are Miss Ruth at Htarke.' Florida this March 30th.,
and the army and navy were Mrs. Pledger Johns Mrs. 1942. Today, more than ever before, this sign beckons
mfaiih" Coastal patrol to Joe Moody Mrs.\. Emery Johns, An Clerk of said Court ..3 4t (-I( I
were to be add- : I IChUDI Mrs. Ethrldge Cason and Mrs. M..url.V.. Uoldnteln Jacksonville all car and truck owners who want the HRVICI THAT SAVES" i
'n Tort to Fla. Atty for int.
sweep the subs W. B. Lazenby.The I
reliable service that with ((1))
skilled comes :
America'i' shore lanes. 1.90O baby chicks are startIng (" ,.... Foil Hint 1 Check Rotate Tire.

d Plan and brought| forward was to that infected&IDI: material Chinese sources dropped said deliberately off well and, a very low mortality null STATION' !XTAKKK.AM FL.OHIII0. ) K IPHE1T\ trained mechanics, ((2)) quality materials and 2 Get Regular Lubrication I

sugar: up the East coast rate has been experienced P. W. llMket. .'\ ... *'!.. 8-311:
a Inland waterway in boats from Japanese planes had thus far. 1,8 ((3)) reasonable service rates..You can expect 3 EnlinCarburdor: !. ,
"300> tons. caused an outbreak of the bubonic Sealed bids for rdrnlnhlnir and -Battery
and are> very
In shallow-draft The farmers' crops InatalllnaFire. station\ and F.qulp-
this kind of service from Chevrolet dealer
plague. pretty now. The spring weatherla meet In and for the City of Htarke. your 4 Test Brake
trame could Cairo: Nine persons were killedin Irish Florida, will be received by the
be the beans. corn.
carried out air making city Council at. the city Office In because for Chevrolet dealers have had
and rush for shelter during an years, 5
II. Profitably, surveys, had a potatoes. etc., grow rapidly and loll ark., Florida until one (1:00): Check: Steering and Wheel I
raid, the casualty lists showed. Two have beautiful color. Ilot! E. a T two 11:00' P.M. number of "trade-ins" and there Alignment:
a the largest
thousand ran for a shelter built for B. W. T.) on Wednesday the *ISth
Mrs. Eustace Kelly haa received day of April 11142. at which time O Check ClutchTransmission: ,

OR : 100.Vichy believed a letter from her sister, and ,place all lids ami. received read aloud.will be I fore the widest experience I I in servicing I I and Rear Axle ',(
the : The Vichy government: publicly I

Cad the American C.I.O. Federation of by many in the United Nations i'tating Mrs. Gus that Llstandra Mr. Llstandra of Pensacola had Proposal.Instructions Ooneral to Bidder Condition*. Form Detail of- conditioning all makes of cars and trucks. 7 Check Cooling System

to Ceneral bad sent me to be secretly making muni. *Bp..c'f'c.llon.' Form of Contract
MaCArthur In com- had requisitioned recently suffered a stroke of and ilonds and Drawing mar 8 Protect and Preserve Finish
PPOrt of his tions for the and la In a serious con- b. examined at the office of the ORIGINATOR
11 command there. restaurant fixtures containing paralysis of Starke, Florida and :
was held In all hotel and to I City Clerk AND OUTSTANDINOUAOff CAR CONSERVATION PLAN'
dition. They are Charles B nichhelmer -
general most Circles to aluminum or brass.'Waahbl.&Oca at the office of _ '
support him In some southern vet. of the Firm of Reynold
the war It had been considered place Mrewton Smith and Hill. 8th ,
Ills : eran's hospital probably Lake I Floor, Florida( National Bank Buildin -
meanUrne significant in some quarters Llstandra is a native I Jacksonville. Fin. Ida. andCopies
the Mr. *:
I sell ate City. Chevrolet Co.
lip the had that the new Pacific Council of Defense moved to this I thereof obtained upon pay- Torode
urn to administration's .boo Included neither India nor of Germany but ment of I1SOO for each set, which .. I
tampering with the and enlisted in Uncle I will be refunded upon r.-
40- country
followed statements Payment set In wood condition
'" Britain. The report has such
and He I
tort> to It leemed thatfroin British had wanted Sam's army years ago. within ten days aft.r bid. have
take away that the Instructor at ben opened and read.
ef labor been an airplane
g aln to to India not Council reserve Starke .
lince the returning Aussie go several The said City
'last for the past
to war was Pensacola the rlvbt to waive any Informalities ,
defeat to their homeland. years and recently due to his I In or to reject any or all




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L -' : - Rats And- Roaches I I Anti-Aircraft Guns in Mass Production ;11/ritfJJuj.1/ WAShINiI

H : Victims Of War :
111:0BAY ...
in I The City of Starke Is endeavor- : i Washington D. C. (NWNSThehouse tog firms getting ,
I ling to "pui on her beautiful gar- of representatives afraid tracts to swear

: I 'f ment" figuratively and literally OMORROW ;::L;; IvY voters that an think Easter the recess members would were make not on navy any is other as low type ai the the PItt 1Irt

HEALTHARTIE physically and otherwise, She IH .I7' Js on the Job circumvented the situation the company has of Ol
11\ reedy
j cleaning her streets and alleys \ ,.. by scheming an unofficial: recess It is probable, .
MIOOVCRNBroken k* w S! with daily meetings continuingIn legislation is !
t' _ARTIE_____ ______ as never before and the City \\1 D ROBINSON SM ..7 .::4& the house for those who didn't companied by a law Vl'lul.'

Council Tuesday, night voted to take advantage of it. of Industry, since labor ,
{ .\ rr Consequently, although the house less grounds for W,
Increase the of thone on the objocUo
pay Is officially in session, there were made clear that
Nerves Unlike Job so as to make It possible for SOLDIER workerThe ., very few representatives In Washington management too. CUrbs &

: ) Broken Bones them to clean up at leant the chief difference today between 'It, and a gentlemen'a agreement Ther. Is considerable .
a factory worker and a soldier I had been made that no action the senate for a
L1 Any Illness i is a costly experience. down-town streets dally. Is the uniform and the pay. v p. would be taken until their return. by Senator Connally meatUIt of
;t but none quite so high in price as a They have lent their moral sup- I The soldier has the uniform and The house members, many ot would give the PrelJdellt T

nervous breakdown. The victim port and Rome of them their the worker can be Identified by the whom are up for re-election in November to seize for the lOVe
: trots from doctor to doctor in the financial aid-In ridding Starkeof wad of bills he carries around on were torn between their I plant where produCUOll1a
;, hope of a cure. His symptoms take her roaches and ants. C. Friday night feeling: that a recess didn't fit the by either laboror
on the characteristics of every disease Of course there is a difference' times and their desire to get home measure also manag
known to the medical profession. L. Chester with many years ex- in organization too. The army is and check with their constituents plant is seized prescribe by
He is unable to work, to play perlence an a rat exterminator Is run by men who are trying to get on how they really feel about labor all labor relationship"ten.
i'h1f to eat or to sleep. The tragic< part now waging ruthless warfare each soldier to do the best job poa legislation taxes and other mattersof except for \'III
of toe story Is that moat collapses against them enemies to the sible for his country. Labor, on major concern here. ments of wages. poislb
t of this sort are preventable. A-nor- Mounts sad carriages by the score for Before tO-rnm. antl-slrcraf Those who have returned Union
health and cleanliness. Mr. the other hand, in too many case ) already leaders
mal healthy nervous system docs runs r.U along to the final assembly at a large rubber company's new I ju
e Chester has the Indorsement of 1 Is run by leaders who are primarily from short visits to their districts the new "sixth cOlumn"
not go to pieces all of a ..udden.It I concerned with the war plant at Akr.n Obla. Only' a year ag. this eaaoeni received the report widespread support for labor the President's.
country -
t breaks down slowly but inevlta' Dr. M. J. Ford director of the first btaeprtnts> for the weapon. Since then tbe blueprints have bee traas- Used to
to do all it will for their men. among peoplpal'otlcularly groups which
bly because it hasn't been given a Health Unit and also of the City But whether they realize it or hated Int tile finished product BOW In mass production. In the backgroundIs for legislation which, will the war production are Inter!

fair chance. Your nerves will stand Council as a whole. not. the labor leaden are now turn one ., the new type barrage balloons also In mass production here prevent strikes in war productionindustries. tlmate that the Prelldent pro
: the strain of worry grief, or any with their -- -- -- .. Those from rural diStricts in that
d Thone who desire to confer ing< over power to a new boss group those who
1 other exhausting emotion just so the say the sentiment is strong to put curbs i
insist Mr Chester or engage his services namely American public. on labor. ''n1
: long and no all longer. business If you troubles In helping to make Starke The labor leaders are definitely for freezing: of wages among laboras column" term, which Ui
upon taking your on the Spot The chief weapon they well as for limitations on profits applied here to most
look into the cleaner and healthier In ,
I home with you a place Mj[
l i with bar and trembling, ort know is the strike. And now everyone SUCCESSFULPARENTHOOD of industry. whom a person Is not j In in,
which to live, may get In touch
of them realizes that major When the house Is in full session was actually first used
continue to brood over after some it personal hapassed witn him through the Health strike in a defense industry would' again, there is little doubt that such C. Patterson Jr., chalrnit]
sorrow long .
tired are bound Unit stir up such wrath among the people legislation will be demanded by New 'York state defenit 1
4'. to "snap.: your" You' nerves refused to' give 01 'thl. country that drastic labor many members In spite of the fact staff and former siiMJ
laws would be enacted before they that the administration Is opposed tary of
commerce. Mr.
them rest while they were p
4'' a perfectly Y. W. C. A. PlanaWomen's 1
sound now Nature is going got their picket signs made. to both types named four categories t
to force to do it Activities Furthermore, they know that most The administration has taken the .to the "sixth column" and"aid
; How much you wiser It Is to play safe. of the union members are patriotic stand that strikes have been practically to the "fifth column." ,
Americans and wouldn't stop makIng stopped without legislation gorles were
k Get your mind away from your Every Monday and Friday from gossipers
f ,. war equipment today no mat- and that curbs on wages will contribute fault-finders and the let-Own
troubles through some medium entirely MBS. CATimUME CONSAD) EDWAHDS
2 to B 1>. M. enlisted men's wives I"
separated from their source. ter what persuasion they might use. in no way to Increased pro crowd. The President vai i
enjoy bowling at the USO duction. As for profits of industry, into it when
VaraaW )
cultivate Associate Cdttor. tQgezla reporteri
t If you don't have a bobby PUBLIC Ilk
one. If you have never gone (NCCS), under the sponsorship of . I boss -. it has been pointed out by treasury what he thought ot Mr. Pit?
in for sports find one that interests the YWCA ((1130)). MLss Sarah But It isn't just a matter of patriotic officials that in the great majorityof definition and he Indicated t
you. Collect odd articles, learn to Reed, assistant director, Mated fervor which is going to put THE SIMPLE PLEASURESWhen cases profits are to be limited to was. heartily in sympathy 111
;tt :$ knit build model boats, take pictures Wednesday. All are Invited to the public in charge of labor nego- less than 8 per cent by taxation. Along sixth column line ul
-do anything except stew and tiations. It's the gradual realization the Civil war ended a woman iv. were growing: to depend a Randolph E. Paul. tax adviser to tack on Representative Diet.]
: fret over your woes. A broken let Join one of the bowling leagues. by the people that they are the who had served as nurse turnedto little too much on change to keep the treasury department, in testify man of the committee on a J
may not be entirely your fault. Bro- Officers wives bowl at :2 P. M. ones who. are paying labor its wages writing books. She did not tell our children amused and interested. ing before the house naval affairs can activities, made by vial

kcn, nerves are.STFliOGRiiiijt. Tuesday. today. of her war experiences but drew on Now we shall teach them to prize committee said that' If present dent Wallace. Mr. Wallace J
At 3.30; P. M on Thursdays the The more than 7.000,000 men who her own happy childhood to write of the familiar, particularly the day. treasury tax proposals are enacted over Mr. Dies' accusation!
$ NOTEPADS enlisted men's wives enjoy asocial are working on defense productionsare a mother and her four daughters to-day pleasures families can share. they will in practically all cases, munlsts and fellow-travclt
13o: each BRADFORD hour together at the YWCA still handed their wages by the and how they kept together as a Take reading aloud, for instance, "recapture tor the.. government members of the board ott
f COUNTY TELKGIIAI'II.OFFICE. company which employs them, but family while their father was fight- which was the fireside entertain more profits than those in excess welfare of which the vice p.
(USO) near the post of flee. At most of those companies are doIng of a per cent of. "Cost of Is chairman,
charged ]
lag in the war. ,AU of them, even to ment of our grandparents. It's still per : "Ttx
-. 10:30: A. M. Mondays and Fridaysthe nothing but government work formance." on our morale would
-- less
-- --- -- - r the frail youngest helped, if only the most enjoyable way to share a ting
exercise group for the of and are paid entirely out of thegovernment's by tidying up at home to their good story and leaves happy memo- He estimated that for a company It Mr. Dies were on us,l
ficers' wives is held. Thursdays war chest. mother could be spared longer hours ries which last a lifetime. Games to make more than A per cent profit payroll." I
at 12.30: P. M. Is held a luncheonfor Therefore It Is evident that all for duty at war relief agencies. which involve geography and his after taxes the company would haveto Stating that the Texan wailing
of the wages paid to these men are make more- than 53 cent to inflame the
per actual public mir|
officers' wives, followed by an Still, they were not great heroines. I tory'are splendid now for as President -
coming from
directly the government ,profit oa.- Its production. Although malicious distortion of (act
SUPPLIES Yet to this ,
of Roosevelt
day generation has told needto
afternoon of bridge. "Any who every us, we
treasury-which means from there be few vice
may a isolated president added: "I t tru
girls takes to its heart Louisa
MayAlcott's see the world as a whole, to
are Interested are requested to the tax-payers.
Instances of
companies which are Mr. Dies and others ot b.|
come by here" Miss Reed stated, That being the case, it Is questionable "Little Women the simple carry the globe in our heads, if doing this, general checking up on with an intense itch for :
girls who did their the
part by keeping war isn't to be all confusion.
"and we will tell them more about whether. management of a their homelife the cost of production will soon leadto will use their talents to I
1P4t the luncheon." Wednesday after- company any longer has the rightto gay and amusingand Having a large jig-saw puzzle going the elimination of excessive profIts United Nations win this Voir.i
Increaie wages without getting altogether loving.In especially one showing a map on government contracts. The than stir discord |
up amonf
noon the officers' wives will go the consent of the people who are this present war, more than of a United Nation, is a good way navv. for examole. I III now roonlr- nH. Americans."
swimming at Keystone Heights. going to pay the bill. in any conflict.of recorded history, to keep the older children occupiedand
All are Invited. This doesn't this precious: duty of keeping alive ( the radio quiet!) while Dad
.. necessarily through mean that getting labor Improved is family devotion is one of the most reads his paper. It's a good idea Girl Scout MeetingMrs. Recent Births
important contributions and to allow Dad such
conditions. The you some breathing;
CLASSIFIEDSEWING nothing against labor, even public though has your children can make.. For this spell before the evening' fun be Walker Williams, Girl Mr. and Mrs. VV E

there is a large element In this nation war is aimed directly at our concept gina Scout leader, has requested that Starke, boy, April" 4.
which is disgusted with labor of family life, of the parents'duty Pleasant as these occasions can "any girls in Starke between the Mr. and Mrs. W. K.i JRalfo..d |
WANTED--Alterations. leaders. and privilege of guiding the become they' don't happen Just ages of 10 and 14 years InterestedIn

; For Your Convenience: Coats re-lined. Repair work, The public has proved to be a Children.For the duration through luck. (Especially if Dad bas joining the Girl Scouts, meetat Mr ,and boy Mrs.April A.2.W.
we will of necessity been a to Ills
dressmaking I etc. Mrs. A. fair and generous boss and if Telegraph IB Ever Increasing spend time together be Starke. boy March 31.
the more as may positively embarrassed
Wood. E. Call St. third authority, will be just u "
road as families, what with travel curtailedand P. M. Wednesday, April 15. W.
quick to increase when you first try to enjoy your* Mr. and Mrs. C.
where -
Its Stock of house from new. bridge." 4-3 2tp are now too low as wages it will be to fight they even visiting in one's commu- selve together!) But parents who 1" Brooker, boy April 1.

!.:. Office Supplies. Here BABY CHICKS-White Leghorn demands for raises Which* seem un- nity limited to. friends within walk- take time to plan ahead for an Not T. S. Williams Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence 1
Justified. Ing distance. It's been fine for our hour of fun between finishing schoolwork .
i9' Are Some! The and Black Minorca crossed children's education to be able to and bedtime, and for longer ''I Hellbronn Springs boy Ap
Many 9c each. free PAYROLL bundle The Tommy Williams mentioned Mr. and Mrs. William 1
: } Delivery anywhereIn governmentThe them in the car and drive off week-end evenings will soon find
Items Now Carried: Bradford County on ordersof fact that labor is now on the for the week-end and vacations to happiness and responsiveness fairly In a recent Issue of the Telegraph Lindsey Lawtey, girl, April!
i.ti 100 or more. -See or write government payroll without realizw new country and new experiences. growing out of their children' ears! as being; arrested on a Mr. and Mrs. Bumey f fStarke
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I. I I. L charge of selling 7.
Albert Kruse, Starke Fla. Itp "5 -a uruuicni out recently whiskey, was girl, April
p .. Adding: Machine Paper when C. E. Wilson. president of not T. S. Williams, the strawberry Mr. and Mrs. Brosky, S|
FOR> SALE-194X four door Buick General Motors, requested that buyer. girl April 1.

$ Carbon Paper sedan, good rubber; o r will newspaper men be permitted to sit Va&4He
I: trade for real estate. See F. C. in on all negotiations between his -- -
Manila Clasp EnvelopesPay Holllngsworth. 3-32tp company and labor representatives
on the grounds that such negotia

EnvelopesFile FOR SALE-two .4-gallon milk tions were public business. Known Work
'This Already for His War
proposal, said
Mr. Wilson.
Folders cows--one
Guernsey and
Gem Clips one "is made in view of the A iww I-"HoW
half Jersey and half Herford. the that ; t Wlfl'Pririui.;
4i corporation Is no longer --
Ruled Index Cards produc JIM
: .
sell at
once. E. E. Waa- ing automobiles, but is now engaged and Influence People." -

Ink (Pints & Quarts) din, Waldo. 4.10 2tp almost entirely in the production __ J. G.
of airplanes tanks guns and ammunition
Clothes Marking Outfits FOR SALE--one potato chip out required to win the war. '
: hi. fit, including rack. Buyer can Our one objective is the maximum
? Ruled Legal Note Pads start making money at once. amount of war production in the

t Manuscript Covers the See L.Burch E. Cobzin popcorn In stand the car cor-at the minimum same length time maintaining of time while satis at HE; SOLD A CAKE .... _ _ for

Mimeograph Stencils; ner of Call and Thompson plants factory and working paying conditions all employees in our One day D. Kearns Gilbert, manager of a New Hamp !

Mimeograph Paper street lip wages that are fair to them and at shire bakery, accepted a dare by one of, his,bakery sales-
: the same time are fair to the public .men. .
FOR RENT! two Second District
stores Just who .
Mimeograph Ink must
f9 pay through taxes for
acrom the street from the the material being manufactured." The bakery salesman said he had a woman on his route '

I .''l i. Onion Skin PaperPencils courthouse. See Mrs. R. A. Another Interesting angle suggested who was a grouch and who would, under no circumstances Subject to the Democratic

Green at SOD North Walnut I by Mr. Wilson's statement, is buy a cake. A loaf of bread. Yes. Cake? Never! Primary. May 5

street. itp this: Hundreds of thousands of men So D. Kearns Gilbert the dare and
accepted said he would
\Y& Pencil Sharpeners FOR RENT-Five room unfurnished Automobile belong to a union Workers known-yet as there United is sell her a cake or die on her doorstep. a a a Vole for Victory with Cory

Duplicate Receipt Books house, hot and cold no such thing aa an automobile He went with his route man to call on the good lady. lie

Rubber Bands water.-C. R. Whitehead. Law- worker If the in this country today. had a good sales talk up his sleeve, but she opened the door
tey Fla. union revised its name to and said "One loaf of bread "
lip suit the times, it might be called please, gave him the exact
Salespads Scotch Tape the United Tank. Plane Gun and change and slammed the door.
; L Stapling Machines Walter-Bill folder belonging to Munition Workers. And Instead of Then he began in earnest to sell her a cake. He lookedup
O. Dymond, Hopwood, labeling each division as "General information From where I
about her and found that she kinder- sit.
; .L Rubber StampsStenographer Pa. Owner may obtain'by applying Motors branch" or "Ford branch"it taught .
to O. W. White, Starke. would be more accurate to com garten and that she was considered a very good teacher

c .. Note Pads Itp '' bine) all branches under the title indeed. So the next day when he called and gave the usual

1 3.,. "U. S. Government branch." loaf of bread;; he said before she had time to slam the door, ,.
Typewriter Ribbons HOUSEKEEPING JOB WANTED BLAME "I understand teach a kindergarten class." :Marsh
: by opinionAs ..by oe
Shipping: Tags April experienced IS. Address girl, startIng labor's new boss. It Is up to She paused; her face brightened. "Yes, I do." _

4 Metal Rim Tags Campbell Medical Detachment Ray W., the acquaint people themselves of the United with the States prob to kindergarten."If you are"not too busy, I'd like to get some advice about .

!.::8 O. K. Paper Fasteners 143rd Inf., APO 36, Camp lems involved and agree on policies She asked him in for this VEST ornN these day. I get to nothing can be wronf I b*
Blandlng. Fla. was a
which fair compliment tp her. Ad.
lip are to all. vice thinking about the soldier boys at couple of glasses of beer.
on kindergarten!
Asco Paper Fasteners WANTED We must understand first of all camp. And the sailors, too.worries .
-ladles for clerks at that we shouldn't "Have you a child to reasonta! ,
be all for or going kindergarten she asked There's another
Card File Indexes cigar counter and cashier. Easy against labor, but must try to ana- and he said that he had. a S .. beer Industry Is eooper.t..*"

clean work, four hours evenings lyze each situation and make decisions What me is wnat IM*
Card Index Trays Then he said, "At what age do think it the rnty and with the
from you
seven to 11 o'clock. Good on the merits of the case. for a child to start in to appropriate happens when they get a day off meat officers to help keef
Everhandy Paper Clips pay. Apply to manager Veterans There have been plenty of cases She kindergarten? after working their heads off all where beer Is sold.(w
private locker In labor disputes where said that the majority of children started at the week?
club Camp management age They go to town and dOD"
hoard of decent The brewers
.sti Clip Arch Boards Blandlng Highway at gate A is to blame and plenty of five. what then? soldier.ID i P"
"I next door to carnival. cases where labor leaders have He told her, which was true that his their beer sold to
Expanding Paper Files Itp made excessive demands.We son was five, and where bad conditions eiut
that friends had criticized him What happens The answer is
.. sharply for
; sending him to
Metal Files \VANTEU-white maid to live on mustn't condemn labor too kindergarten mostly nothing I Because most they're right.
much for so young. They had said be should .
premises. Nice home offered seeking higher wages wait until towns I C
India Ink Wire Trays to desirable woman. Write from companies which are known to the boy was six. near army camps Just don'tnave
Box be making record profits. "Five 13 I the nearly enough entertainment Seems to me that we Am jf
t 667. Starke. Fla. quite acceptable age she said and then
: Marvel Punches lip And facilities to take care of the soldiers .11II
we mustn't blame went together
into details of ought to get
management << this
L WANTED for clamping was an advantageous age. She on leave So the boys just stand make
: down
Scratch Pad White girl to do on labor was everything we can to J
talking her
.4 .. house work and mind when the demands become excessive her. on favorite subject; he could hardly stop around, leaning; against lamppostsor pleasant for the boys w*" "!
; Ink Eraser Stick Files old child. Must stay nights. tion.and interfere with war produc- sitting on doorsteps. And sometimes training., They're doing f"
Free room and Finally he got up to go. "I certainly appreciate your the local townsfolk find have some
Ring: Binders In addition But we should blame ourselves if kindness maybe we
; to wages. Apply at Louie's we permit these battles between la- and courtesy in giving yours time to explain this themselves wondering; what's too In this direction.

liL Army Store Temple Ave. lip bor and management to continue to me, he said. ,And with that he picked up his basket and changed the town instead of of'be
: without doing anything about It. said, "Have you ever seen this cake before?" pitching) in to help the boys have a There are lots of waY5

,,t.: WANTKD: --Clean cotton rags. No She looked at it and said, "No but it seems nice and good time in decent surroundings. ing. We ought to support them pla1

..'J.' t.. t ford pants County or nocks accepted. Brad- FOR ftSPRK'IiTITta. wholesome. I'd like to try it and if I like it I might want it S o aIn All of us have war.1"1 our part to**1
Telegraph. tf I hereby announce winning this
BRADFORDCOUNTY fop r -.lecllon to the my offlc candidacy of regularly. many towns, however the life a little easier for the w
WANT BUYfciKS:: for Iota In and latur Uvprciientailvo from to th. Hint. Lea'-' She liked it and became a regular customer.. Mr. Gil. situation to better. Many towns is something w. aU J
Itradforrt camp
4. near Starke. Prices reasonable tn the will ,,t the County rot.r.ln"ubJtcl bert won her over by something that is irresistible: asking have nice, eomrauaity! places wherea something sbout.cble.

: TELEGRAPH and terms liberal. D. E. I tr.TjDemoirm"c Primary. May 6. her fot advice. 'Everybody likes to give advice, especially soldier can go sit down and "chew !

Knight. 4-10 4t \ I "S'Ti* lh. vote anti Support of in a field where he has special knowledge. It cost her nothing the fat" and enjoy some cake and

I' Phone 29 WANTED.--Middle-aged A"County the..q"allfled vot.r. In the and it gave her a feeling of importance. Mr. Gilbert milk or maybe a good glass of
lady for promlKlnir If .l.cnl to was beer.The L
4I con I In u, my b..t .fforn sincere in boys like that.And there
cashier. |In the
I Prefer local. brhalf wanting advice because she knew what
Guidon of the she
Count not .
and to
rrJ stasas--res the IIItale at get trouble .
trsa Grill. larlf.. was talking about
lt : and he not only got the inlormation he because common sense tells
-- yon
H. 1NMA.V wanted but
he also -
I got a regular customer. ,,- '- -